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"rabelo" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"History and that I played a role. In averting a catastrophe in South Africa. FW de clerk spent almost all of his decades in politics serving a cause which resists any adjective but evil. By the most charitable of assessments of his presidency career, he was a willing component of an apparatus designed to dispense misery, humiliation and violence to his non white fellow citizens. There's mister Mandela, mister Nelson Mandela, a free man taking his first steps into a new South Africa. It is an open question how much credit should ever be extended to someone who decides to stop doing the terrible thing they were doing, but better they do than don't, and they don't always. For monocle 24, I'm Andrew Muller. Many thanks to Andrew, I'm joined now in the studio by Monaco's MSL who grew up in Cape Town. What is your reaction to the news? What legacy does lurk leave behind? You know, Marcus, I have to say that this is strangely quite a shock somehow. I mean, we knew that the clerk was 85 years old, and that he had been unwell for quite some time, but it is still just major news for South Africa and as Andrew mentioned there to collect was and still is. He is a divisive figure for many. Indeed he was the last president of the oppressive and racist apartment apart regime. But it can not be disputed that the clerk was a key actor in the country's transition to democracy. He came to understand that apartheid was morally wrong. And frankly, the country would be completely different and in a different place, had he not, unleashed a chain of events that would see Mandela elected in 1994, which was the year I was born. It's as simple as that together with Mandela and the ANC led struggle his actions did help to bring an end to apartheid. But on a slightly more personal notes Marcus, the news of the clerk's death has actually hit home quite literally. I actually just got off the phone with my grandmother who knew that the clerk family very well. As a young girl, I can remember attending my grandfather's funeral in Cape Town and declare was actually sitting in the front row. I can remember the press circling around the church at the time wanting to get his photograph. My grandfather and to collect were friends. My grandfather was a judge who served on the supreme Supreme Court of South Africa as well as the appeals court of Lesotho and Botswana. So he was working at the time closely with the clerk and Mandela towards countering the oppressive apartheid laws, and he regularly visited Mandela in prison and truth be told had many heated debates with the clerk about the urgent need to bring apartheid to an end. Personally, I can't help but feel the weight of this moment. But broadly speaking, we have no doubt lost a major historical figure today. And in terms of what legacy de clerk will leave behind, I think his legacy will continue to be debated, contested and offended and like much of history, it's murky. Emma, thank you very much. That's awesome. Of course, there was on the legacy of FW de clerk, the former president of South Africa, who was died at the age of 85. Now here is our new service Jamaica with the days other headlights. Thank you, Marcus. Poland's government has accused Belarus of committing terrorism over its role in a tense border route between the two countries. Thousands of migrants are currently stranded at the shared border as they attempt to enter Poland. The European Union has also accused Belarus of provoking the crisis. Germany has reported a record 50,000 new cases of coronavirus. It's the fourth day in a row that Germany has posted daily highs as a wave of infections continues to sweep across the country. However, the parties hoping to form Germany's next coalition government have agreed not to extend a state of emergency. Cuba's foreign ministry says that the United States is behind planned protests in this communist run country. Havana has also alleged that the social media platform Facebook was helping to promote the demonstrations. Dissidents on the island have requested permission to conduct next week's rallies. And Stockholm has become the latest Nordic capital to curb the number of electric scooters on its streets. This week, city authorities voted to nearly have the number of vehicles allowed in circulation. You can find out more about the policy by heading to Monaco dot com slash minute. Those are the days headlines back to you Marcus. Thank you very much, Chris. We had the cop 26 in Glasgow now where China and the United States have bleached to work together on climate action. The superpowers are the world's biggest emitter soft carbon dioxide and the U.S. climate envoy John Kerry says its marks a new step in tackling global warming. Michael 24th carlota rabelo joins me on the line from cop 26 in Glasgow, Carlos, good afternoon to you. There is a lot of work still to be done. What exactly is happening to the summit today? Good afternoon, Marcus, yes, we are very much in the last couple of hours we've entered the last 48 hours of the summit. In the last half hour, Alec Sharma, the president of cop 26 gave a press conference here in Glasgow. And in summary, the message is starting to get across, which is the same that Boris Johnson tried to get across yesterday is that there's a lot to be done before the end of the summit and at the end of the meeting, which is scheduled for tomorrow. He was saying how he was urging every negotiating team to and I quote bring the currency of compromise to these delegations to deny negotiations. I mean and just to take this significance step forward on the outstanding disagreement. He added that he was under no illusion that any country is really satisfied with a draft agreement that there's a lot to be done, but that is the consistent and meaningful first step to get through the major difficulties ahead. How much is known out of the moment about a draft deal? Well, so this draft deal it is quite interesting because basically what it's saying is it's announcing the road map to stay within the limits that everyone has been everyone's been trying to achieve. Now, one of the major difficulties of this draft agreement or of any agreement, but here in particular is the finance aspect of it. You know, the money that, in particular, developing nations need for development and to do development in a sustainable and clean way. It's a big controversial sticking point. You know, adapting to the climate crisis. And paying for the green economy and for green alternatives is expensive. And if you are not a rich nation, and you need to choose between basic infrastructure or degree or degree transition, there are certain things that are going to come first. So the big sticking point here on the staff agreement so far is how much should richer nations who happen also to be the more polluting ones responsible financially for the money that's required to achieve these goals. And Alec Sharma earlier today, in that press conference said that he will be published the next version of the draft agreement overnight again. We've been receiving these overnight. So that means that there's progress. We're already speaking about when the next revised draft is going to be published. That means that at least the conversations are moving forward. Well, we've got some encouraging news already the United States and China have promised to work together on climate action, housing significant is that. Absolutely. This was unexpected and a very welcome move. Not only by other leaders and experts, but by the whole community because it kind of shows that if the U.S. and China can agree on something when it comes to climate, there was hope for everyone else doing these last moments of negotiating. We're talking here about two of the biggest emitters, biggest polluters in the world. And they throughout the summer, there's been digs slight digs at each other, of course, the fact that Xi Jinping is not here in Glasgow, was a big sticking point that China being one of the world's major polluters..
"rabelo" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"rabelo" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist
"One of the major trains and video games the last decade has been the image of titles which allow the user to create am bowed games like epochs very unfortunate or the widely popular minecraft from oh zhang studios off a building materials at the touch of a controller and could also be building the next generation of architects to. I am really excited. And it's also slightly terrified about the generation. That's fastly coming up behind me personally. Because they've grown up with technology they call this understanding of this serve contextual three d world that i often refer to as being. Well these are your future clients. Easier future general public you know. These kids have grown up in for iron minecraft. You know. have this expectation understanding of the world. That is three even in the sense that i think whenever couvet him we all suddenly went into virtual communication. Yeah we all dumped into zoom or we all started exploring these different virtual collaboration platforms. Where you know you're running around as avatars. Everyone struggles industry struggled. This isn't natural. We like our face to face. We like catching up over a cup of coffee. Now say mind. You wanna know generation. That doesn't really need that that. Find virtual collaboration communication just as easy as visual. That's the generation are growing up with minecraft on and with four at night. You know they know how to communicate and track and socialize. They love it so whereas it's tough for us it's very easy for them and that's similar in the way that they design and that thing. Can you see in universities and you see an educational institutes in architecture. Now where there's a lot more three d. on a lot more immersive style of designing now than there ever was and they're really the ones that are leading the way for wall. We call the next gen architects. It seems that despite its computer screen glow. The future of urban design is looking bright for monaco. Go i'm david savings over this edition of the organised. But before you go. I have an invitation next week. Manco twenty four celebrating ten years on air. And we couldn't have done it without you the listener tomorrow. This special occasion. We're hosting the monocle media summit here in london on thursday. The fourteenth of october. It's packed afternoon of panels with a live radio. Show and a glass to to celebrate as well. We'd love to see you there and as a. Thank you for your loyalty over. The years we'll have to do is enter the code m-2 for birthday at our website receive a ten percent discount exclusive to our listeners. On the ticket price all details can be found monocle dot com buff. Now that's it from the urban this team as usual today's episode was produced by collartoo rabelo and by david stevens and david also edited the show and play you out of this week's episode. Well here's a flock of seagulls with iran so far away. Thank you listening city lovers..
"rabelo" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"This may be some kind of indication that is burning it so i am not say sure and i hate to be the voice of doom hair but i shall be based on data particularly but certainly anecdotally. I'm hearing so many reports of people who are Deleting the there are from the from that phones all avoiding places where they might get tested testing trace might be and whose children of symptoms for instance but then not getting them tested because they didn't want to isolate They don't want to miss work. People say don't want to miss go and some people are actually just really sick of this. I just spent last week in isolation because of a close contact and the number of people who said to me that they thought. I was being beverly mug doing that. That's just be tested. And i'm sure it would be fine with really quite extraordinary and it really made me think as well. How at the beginning of all this there is blitz spirit idea that we will in it together and rule taking for the team. We're helping to protect other people and there is a limit to how long people can sustain that and one other people are saying to you. Oh you're your mug forgetting tested and your mark. We're spending the hottest week of the year in sweltering fought with annoyed nine year old. Then you don't do it. And i i'm glad i did because some of the people i was with actually tested positive but i have a feeling that it's it's a lack of reported cases. I'm as well the people. The infection people are getting milder symptoms because they do tend to be younger and people who've been double vaccinated getting ill again and not as sick lunch. there is a question here isn't their political messaging. Which is very much your department and this. This has always been something that's hung over. This is how you keep people doing the right thing. The longer this frankly quite tedious crisis grinds on because at the start of any crisis there is a certain amount of i mean excitements the wrong word. But there's a it galvanizes. There's a resolve and there was all that stuff about you. We can pull together and we can beat this but as daniele points out. The numbers of people being told by their app that they've had a contact they must isolate is extraordinary. Nearly seven hundred thousand in the week up to twenty first of july and this is the point at which we should acknowledge that this is the show is being produced by coal. Two rabelo from home because she is one of the recently pinged herself. Do you get the sense that this government has just kind of given up where the the messaging is concerned. I think that they have had a problem. All the way through with with the confusion in their in their messaging. And it's been very very difficult for people to follow. And i think in a sense the latest message which is pretty much. It's personal responsibility. It's up to you to decide and fair enough. The bus companies in the tube here in london. are insisting that people were wear masks but basically the government is saying. Look you know it's clinton over and it's really down to you to decide what to do bizarre. That seems to be working. But i came here on the underground and there seems to be more people wearing a mask. Now at a point where ministers are saying. Well you know pretty much we're supposed to have had freedom and and and we can do what we like simply more people being the the by laws on on the london underground than the word back in the in in the first and second lockdowns where there was a lot of reluctance to do it. It's almost as if you've got that myself. It's almost as if the government says okay so you don't have to wear mosque more. So people are thinking well not we will. They're almost disregarded or doing whatever. Boris johnson doesn't tell them to do and and the problem of course. Then is that the other end of the age scale that many people on the tube as i was coming in to the to the program but on the other end of the scale where ministers are desperately are nothing quite rightly urging them to go out and get vaccinated and even threatening them with sanctions if they don't and the truck in the shoulders and saying sorry for us thought of coveted passports or vaccine passport to effective vaccine. Passports is one that is is gathering momentum not just in the uk but elsewhere dominic robb. The foreign secretary has said that the government will not quote. Hold the country back because some people won't get their jobs a is there something to be said for that. Do you think sort of making it clear to people that if you don't get vaccinated then your options on a lot of fronts or about to become extremely titled something to be said for it and i think perhaps works better in some contexts like in france for instance where society. If i can put it this way tends to be quite rule-based And people comply i. I've been vaccinated myself. And i can't really understand why people wouldn't be doing this. But the fact is large sections of of Society not willing to be vaccinated and well vaccine passport for travel is completely legitimate. I do worry that we will end up factor excluding people from i mean nightclubs is one thing but you know other services and other public spaces and in general i would imagine it is better to achieve this kind of result three messaging rather than just through enforcement but we haven't done very well When it comes to messaging. And i come across hello vaccine skepticism in my everyday life so the way round that i'm not sure is you know is is to is to enforce vaccine passports it's Social pressure i think works much better and maybe maybe the chance of of traveling. Maybe the actually go on holiday. is quite compelling as well. Let's move along to next subject consideration. this past may not for the first time. Israel launched air strikes against targets in gaza in response to the firing of rockets from the walled off strip into israel. And this past week. Not for the first time. Human rights watch has suggested that some of israel's actions may have met the legal definition of war crimes in particular three-strikes which killed sixty two palestinians between them. Which do not seem to have had much of military imperative the h. w. report also suggested that palestinian militant groups had a case to answer having launched more than four thousand unguided projectiles at civilian population centers. A fuller report on those is due in august Daniele first of all to look at where this is coming from. Human rights watch Is it ever fair to say that human rights watch might have a bit of a be in its bonnet where israel is concerned. At last week it did attract quite a great deal of attention. I think quite rightly h. o. W.'s executive director. Ken roth on twitter. went almost instantly from antisemitism is wrong too but israel That the issue is is that personality society. Human rights watch does a great deal of extremely valuable work. I walk across a couple of dozen countries in in experiencing conflict and transition assault on. We we really we respect. And we use a lot of the the data and reports and the expertise. And i don't think there's any particular reason to think it's any different. When it comes to israel. I think one of the confusing aspects is human rights. What is reporting on legal definitions on apartheid is a legal definition and on war. Crimes is a legal definition but these attempts to be used Used very widely by people to refer to bad things that like but people getting killed is not necessarily a war crime and political injustice also not necessarily apartheid certainly in israel These conclusions it completely rejected apart from very small fringe of the of the far-left in israel people would say we don't have apartheid because arabs and jews worked together and so what they would say we have a side we have black and white jews etcetera etcetera so that the the aspect of this as a legal definition of inequality is lost and.
"rabelo" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"Experience of a japanese ability to organize large events and throat enormous number of resources at at saint organization. We give incompetence that they will do everything they can and it will be highly efficiently organized. And but i think that one of the important tests may be the most important test. The government will be the impact on code itself and the extent to which the the viruses continuing to be transmitted particularly in tokyo. Where a relatively small number of people will sanders have had received a one dose little alone two doses of vaccine in a program which has taken some time to roll out and move draw slowly. I think that the government would be at the mercy of the grim statistics in terms of cases and fatalities and if there is a perception that in some way the The distance of the olympics as a potential super spreader event and the way in which the government had to reallocate in order to support the olympics rather than people opponents olympic. See probably health in japan. That could have a serious impact on the government and they will be hoping doing everything they can to minimize that and to leave people feeling positive about the event which is of course even in this in this radically changed all immensely exciting international sporting event. Which so many people around the world want to enjoy. And i think that's very important to remember on a slightly lighter note. David what is what is the sports. You'll be following particularly carefully this time around. That is the question which i have had no preparation for answering marcus but i will certainly be watching the athletes as i have. It saved many olympics. A over the over the years and really hoping that we see some memorable moments in the weeks ahead absolutely amazing what about you. Will you be following. I mean i'm gonna tell you as much at you know six channels of nhk just for a stall if you want to watch live for. I mean i think. I'm really excited to see some of the new school so coming in surfing skateboarding karate. I think it's always good to watch judo. In japan amazing. And i think that will be very exciting and obviously truck infield always outstanding so is a long list of things. I'm looking forward to a funeral and day with thank you very much. That was the is former ambassador in japan. Sir david warren and our bureau chief fear and a wilson and now here is got rabelo with the day's other news headlines thanks marquez. Researchers in uk have found that a longer gap between first and second. Those is a pfizer's cova. Nineteen vaccine makes the body's immune system produce more antibodies experts. Say the finding support. Uk's decision to extend those intervals from the initial recommendation of three weeks. The us deputy secretary of state when he sherman has said washington is seeking a reliable predictable and constructive way to secure progress in stall denuclearization talks with north korea. Sherman made the remarks following high level diplomatic discussions with leaders in south korea. Francis president emmanuel macron has changes phone and number after reports that he was targeted with israeli. Made spyware called pegasus. He has also ordered. An overhaul of security protocols. French media says mccall and fourteen ministers were flagged for potential surveillance by morocco and the top british chef. Marcus wearing says he has seen a shift in staff mentality since reopened their doors to the public wearing adds that it's more important than ever that we look after our teams and friends. You can hear more from him on the menu. That's tonight at twenty hundred london time. Those are today's headlines back to you. Marcus thank you very much carlos. Now environment and energy ministers from the world's wealthiest countries have reportedly made little brokerage on how to reach their climate goals is come says the g. Twenty group of nations prepares to conclude their latest summit in the italian city of naples. Rope coke's global editor at reuters. Breaking views has been keeping a close on events for us and joins us from monaco's european headquarters in zero good afternoon to europe. First of all. Did you expect more from this summit. Well i don't know if. I expected that they would come to an agreement that i mean. The main sticking point is whether how to to formulate the language on whether to to commit to one and a half degrees and no more of global warming as it were by twenty fifty and and that is You know we know that that's needed to be done. So a certainly had expectations. The world has to have some expectations. Anticipation that we can get there on. It is really critical to getting to the cop twenty six. Which is the meeting of all the heads of governments of twenty six governments that are signed up Which will be in glasgow. Which would you know. The the whole world is basically looking at is an opportunity to to reset The fact that they they may not be able to get that done today. Just makes it a lot harder. He puts a lot more onus on what needs to be done in scotland later this year. So has anything being achieved in naples. Yeah well certainly. A a lot has been achieved. They agreed on a a series of a communicate yesterday around environment biodiversity on plastic in the water and things like that and and so we don't know yet whether they will Today the thornier sticking points of climate change and energy. I mean this really comes down to like you know whether you commit to reducing your use of coal fired plants that kind of thing whether that the language will be strengthened from. What what we're reading what we're hearing now. I'm it's hard to say. There's i know that the italian presidency Is really working hard on this It has gotten a few concessions. So far from from what i understand In the run-up to today and you do have you know you have all most the g. Seven big developed economies are are all in the same boat. You have japan and some others that are are signing up but you do have some some. There's some holdouts so china india Are believe not even at in naples their their main negotiating parties are doing it online and remotely And and they are the you know they are. They are the largest economies that are going to need the most Increase in energy. Use right over the next twenty years so they are understandably and have been fighting this remember. This is why donald trump in some to some degree pulled out of the paris accords But i think i think we'll see some it'll yeah we'll have to see what the communique says but you know a couple of shifts in the language again. That's just the starting point for for all the negotiation that needs to take place you know starting in the fall really exactly as you mentioned the summit's is is going to set the tone possibly for what's happening in november when a cop twenty six hundred takes place in in glasgow is they're going to be more pressure now. Yeah i think there's going to be if they cannot reach an agreement on one and a half degrees a sort of a a really full-throated backing of the idea of limiting climate. In you know the the the the increase to one and a half degrees centigrade i think. Then you're just. The onus is on its there will be so much work now between now and well the pre cop in milan at the end of september and then of course the big.
"rabelo" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"Is possible to just give listeners. Some idea of how big thing. Death is going to be seen as in italy as well as is this going to be a clearing all headlines on news bulletin solemn tributes from leaders of the nation etc. Sort of yeah yeah. It's the top item on the italian news websites right now. The president of the republic has already issued a statement saying how deep this losses figures from politics to entertainment to music across the spectrum have paid tribute because she was singer. She was an entertainer but she was truly like a public figure. And what's really interesting. is i guess. Her transition from being this kind of product turban seventies to this very endearing familiar face right aging her aging process. She's still it's always maintained energy as fe was saying she was had. These incredible costume glitter all sorts choreography. Graffiti energy always full throttle but as she ages she also just became this very endearing kind of public familiar figure. She used to have a show called. Prompt rafael lower. People would call and have to guess the number of beans and then she used to present this very very famous show cold caramba paraiso so the the italian version of surprise surprise where she used to engineer meetings between long lost family members and always be like wow surprise and file la had had organized it and also again like this is a sign of how famous somebody gets in our country right. She wasn't arosh file to everyone. You didn't even have to say surname. Well she is going to play us out today. It seems only fitting caramel and fernando augusta. Pacheco thank you for that that all for this edition of the monocle daily big. Thanks to our panelists. Today isabel hilton latifa book and also to monaco's caramel fernando pacheco and nina mill held. Today's show was produced by lots rabelo and researched by. So if monaghan comes out. Sound engineer was steph chun-goo. I'm jamila here in london. Daily returns at the same time. Tomorrow thank you for listening. This is raffaella. Carra playing outwith remorse..
"rabelo" Discussed on Lost Notes
"And welcome to another edition of the shape of things to come. . I'm bill floor and I'm Dean Miller and our guest this week artist student teachers. . Start off where everything starts off with. . Let's introduce ourselves. . Then Dan My teachers. Yeah. . . Go ahead. . Base I was more comfortable from the time. I . was little kid with what were considered freaks than I like drag Queens I like boys, hugh , tweets, , their eyebrows I wanted them to put my makeup on J. . I Sing I mean going to a dead boys concert with you're sitting in the front row at CBGB's and stiff baiters. . Ripping out his pubic hair throwing at you. . That's disgusting. . But it was amazing. . On wore I play drums as teenagers. . We were filming gigs for the mumps we were helping the erasers build up their sets for their shows and we've been very involved and so there was kind of this organic thing that came together. . You know maybe we should maybe we can do that. . You know I mean maybe we can do that. . By Play Guitar. . Let's say you had. . School. . In one hand and. . Being in a band and hanging out with blondie. . David Bowie and the other hand and it was impossible to do both things. . Boy Do you think would happen. . There'd be less school-going. . Joe I buy another talk. . I wanted to be a rock and roller I play guitar, , and I just wanted to make wild noise. . Or. . Unveil. . muschamp coffee you would see warhol walking around with his polaroid and handing out copies into you magazine. . So this is what I thought. . Every teenager did it didn't occur to me that. . What an unusual environment this what? ? We're here sort of to <hes> talk a little bit about the band place music and give people a chance to find out what the student teachers are really because I think a lot of people in New York even though I know most of the people in the band from the New York area don't know that much about student teachers. . Any. . Seems to be a mystery to herself and everyone. . While sometimes, that's , effective. I . don't know. . Imagine this group of teenagers in the late seventies in new. . York. City. . . Most of them are still in high school, , a couple of recently graduated. . They're obsessed with bands like television and Patti Smith the Ramones Roxy Music. . Most of them come from fractured family lives and find community in the club scene. . But get this in the span of six months they go from not knowing how to play instruments to headlining their favorite clubs. . Then opening IGGY pop getting interviewed I'm GonNa have their favorite radio stations eighty nine point one W Nyu. . How do they make that happen? ? This Ragtag Group of best friends lived and breathed the scene. . They spent all their time together by records running fan clubs. . Reading. . Rock magazines. . They'd go to shows together and off often get mistaken for being in a band so. . One day in bills living room they decide. . Why not? ? Let's form one. . Just. . kind of said that everybody everybody's all play drums and I'll play guitar. . Okay. . You play Bass and I said, , okay. . Then lawyer said well, , I don't know if my voice will be good enough because she was gonNA sing. . So maybe you should be from female rhythm section and then we We all hated. . Wouldn't bands felt like sports teams. . And <hes> with David I both being gay and Philip, , and then later Joe being straight boys and then, , Lauren? ? Laurean. . Laura being the female rhythm section we really love what we did visually. . I think it's more important than we have a concept an idea. . I A music. . Actual technical ability because we knew our instruments well enough to be able to contain the idea to an extent. . But you guys can make it. . I mean you think you're gonNA make it after the All of us into. . Your knew we weren't musicians and none of us cared but we cared about is that we were gonNA have a blast. . We were going to be cool. . We were GONNA be the coolest kids and we weren't going to imitate anyway. .
"rabelo" Discussed on Lost Notes
"I've been approached about the student teacher story before by people who always seem to have this moralistic agenda to tell this cautionary tale of young people who are in over their heads or taken advantage of with too much freedom and sex and drugs, , and rock and roll. . And I definitely want to be clear with you that I actually believe that artistic exploration and that. . Freedom is worth a certain amount of existential risk and I'd rather live next door to junkies than millionaires any day. . And I'm endlessly grateful. . That we came of age in a place time like that. . And welcome to another edition of the shape of things to come. . I'm bill floor and I'm Dean Miller and our guest this week artist student teachers. . Start off where everything starts off with. . Let's introduce ourselves. . Then Dan My teachers. Yeah. . . Go ahead. . Base I was more comfortable from the time. I . was little kid with what were considered freaks than I like drag Queens I like boys, hugh , tweets, , their eyebrows I wanted them to put my makeup on J. . I Sing I mean going to a dead boys concert with you're sitting in the front row at CBGB's and stiff baiters. . Ripping out his pubic hair throwing at you. . That's disgusting. . But it was amazing. . On wore I play drums as teenagers. . We were filming gigs for the mumps we were helping the erasers build up their sets for their shows and we've been very involved and so there was kind of this organic thing that came together. . You know maybe we should maybe we can do that. . You know I mean maybe we can do that. . By Play Guitar. . Let's say you had. . School. . In one hand and. . Being in a band and hanging out with blondie. . David Bowie and the other hand and it was impossible to do both things. . Boy Do you think would happen. . There'd be less school-going. . Joe I buy another talk. . I wanted to be a rock and roller I play guitar, , and I just wanted to make wild noise. . Or. . Unveil. . muschamp coffee you would see warhol walking around with his polaroid and handing out copies into you magazine. . So this is what I thought. . Every teenager did it didn't occur to me that. . What an unusual environment this what? ? We're here sort of to <hes> talk a little bit about the band place music and give people a chance to find out what the student teachers are really because I think a lot of people in New York even though I know most of the people in the band from the New York area don't know that much about student teachers. . Any. . Seems to be a mystery to herself and everyone. . While sometimes, that's , effective. I . don't know. . Imagine this group of teenagers in the late seventies in new. . York. City. . . Most of them are still in high school, , a couple of recently graduated. . They're obsessed with bands like television and Patti Smith the Ramones Roxy Music. . Most of them come from fractured family lives and find community in the club scene. . But get this in the span of six months they go from not knowing how to play instruments to headlining their favorite clubs. . Then opening IGGY pop getting interviewed I'm GonNa have their favorite radio stations eighty nine point one W Nyu. . How do they make that happen? ? This Ragtag Group of best friends lived and breathed the scene. . They spent all their time together by records running fan clubs. . Reading. . Rock magazines. . They'd go to shows together and off often get mistaken for being in a band so. . One day in bills living room they decide. . Why not? ? Let's form one. . Just. . kind of said that everybody everybody's all play drums and I'll play guitar. . Okay. . You play Bass and I said, , okay. . Then lawyer said well, , I don't know if my voice will be good enough because she was gonNA sing. . So maybe you should be from female rhythm section and then we We all hated. . Wouldn't bands felt like sports teams. . And <hes> with David I both being gay and Philip, , and then later Joe being straight boys and then, , Lauren? ? Laurean. . Laura being the female rhythm section we really love what we did visually. . I think it's more important than we have a concept an idea. . I A music. . Actual technical ability because we knew our instruments well enough to be able to contain the idea to an extent. . But you guys can make it. . I mean you think you're gonNA make it after the All of us into. . Your knew we weren't musicians and none of us cared but we cared about is that we were gonNA have a blast. . We were going to be cool. . We were GONNA be the coolest kids and we weren't going to imitate anyway. .
"rabelo" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"Eight acres court is expected to announce today that the conversion of Istanbul's world-famous argue severe into a museum almost ninety years ago, it was awful. The decision would pave the way for the building's Restoration Mosque and we'll represent a victory of sorts for president recipe type one, but it may cause anger elsewhere, including in the Kremlin and UNESCO HQ, joining us on the line now is Hannah Lucinda Smith is stumble correspondent of the. Times Hello Hannigan off new thanks for being with US I. Guess this was what we had perhaps predicted nevertheless. Oh, that's not gonNA. Stop a number of people being pretty disappointed with the outcome. Yeah well. Absolutely I mean affair is such a symbol, not just in Turkey or not just in the region in the whole world at points it was built in the sixth century. It was the biggest cathedral in the world. It was the seat of eastern Crescenzi for more than a Millennium <hes>, and then it's really been kind of the symbol of the struggle for the soul of Istanbul. I guess when the autumns took control of the city in fourteen, fifty three, they converse into a mosque, and then when Kemal Ataturk the first president of the secular republic. Took over the country he then. Signed an order basically deconsecrated intending into museum in nine, hundred thirty four, and that's the status it. It's hard since then, but it is such a powerful symbol for Muslims. Christians and also for the Turks who are really bondage this idea of a second second they sit. It's kind of one of the ultimate symbols of their secular country. Just when you're out, and about as it sounds like you are indeed right now, <hes> is this one of these things where people are talking about it, and it's upsetting people, or is it one of these strange things? Actually seems to be much more stark much more controversial through the prism of I'm in London or etc. People looking on from Moscow which maybe we'll come to in a in a minute it does it excise people out in about. March she stood in the courtyard. Safia right now. It is a few Tori style. It's actually quite quite mean that's mostly because of the current virus pandemic coming normally at this time of year that would be crowded with tourists actually took his most visited tourist attraction, but I think the interesting thing. Is that inside Turkey this debate? That's not new. It's been going on for a couple. Couple, of decades, it's a question that sort of comes around quite six. In fact, you know I've I've been in Turkey for seven years. Now is the ton. This is come up in my time here and so there is this of feeling of fatigue I you know this is just the same policy policy again but I think it's undeniable, the for certain positive <unk> the Paul is. Very, much behind prison on the move is part of the society would be seen as. A big victory pick symbolic victory, but I think in terms of the kind of. The opposition to it. A lot of that comes from outside country. As you mentioned that the star obviously the Greek government's in holy. They still see Istanbul Constantinople. This is the as the center of Greek Orthodox also the Russian Orthodox Patriarch earlier this week, voiced his objection and of course UNESCO Ted. This is a world heritage sites listed by UNESCO. That's partly because of the <hes>. The mosaics that were uncovered once this was ten years. In the nineteen th that is. On. The big questions is of course. If this is ten back into a mosque, what will happen to those mosaics depict Christ pizza version married picked him of the apostles. You know seen in, Islam, FIT Is is not allowed inside mosques. So this is the kind of places where the real objections are coming from, but it's quite interesting I'm you know it's? Really doesn't feel like much. Is happening at the moment here high? Sophie, let's see. We got the announcement in June a couple of hours. That's what we're expecting so. Possibly something will happen after that, but it's kind of. Yeah. It's still the same very peaceful, very <hes> unique. Is indeed sort of an eerie call just on some of those other international stakeholders. And he'll be watching on. We mentioned already you mentioned the Russian. Orthodox Patriarch of course. What about the relationship mean does this tell us anything about the relationship between assemble in Moscow more broadly, maybe more politically because there's various other sort of proxy disagreements agreements. There's other places Libya that seemed to sort of muddy. The waters is this. Does this need to be to be viewed in that context in your view? Show, I think the relationship with Russia is actually the one thing that might give president or pause for thought on this now what we see as I said before the Greeks are. Very opposed to this the US. State Department might POMPEII <unk> stems as well, but you know that's kind of old hat fred when he doesn't really care about. Stoking rows with Greece and with the US. Because he's got huge amounts of disagreements with those countries anyway, but when it comes to Russia, it's been quite an interesting situation in Russia. Turkey for the past five years on one level as you say in Libya also in Syria they're. Backing opposing forces, but at the same time, the personal relationship between two President Putin has gone incredibly close, and in other ways. Russia has been <hes> backing sick. I guess trying to woo. Tick to a certain extent away from its more traditional allies in the West, so we've seen for example side of the one hundred defense system. From Russia Turkey we've seen many many pets meetings in about trade and defense mutual security between. One impeach him now. The question is if this. Decision goes ahead and the conversion goes ahead then how much opposition will come from from the Kremlin? Clearly, the Patriarch Russian Orthodox Patriarch. Expressed his opposition. That's to be expected, but we also know that religion plays a big part in Russian. Politics today, so would it. Would it carry on further? The featured does it were? Would President Putin be the next person's kind of expresses displeasure, and how would that affect the relationship Tweeden's? I stopped really great to speak to you and thanks for reporting for us right from the scene of this <hes>. Hannah Lucinda Smith In estan standard joining us on the briefing Monaco Twenty Four.
"rabelo" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"With an lawn. Abounding auden exploring deeper into the coast. Our phone number's eight seven. Seven three three three seven. Four to five and Larry's giving us a call from Boston. Have you struggled gold with the crowds in the Mafia and how to do absolutely and I think that's one of the things that's almost a little off putting about such a beautiful place is the massive amount of traffic and even had a day trip actually from a cruise and we had a driver and even with the driver and the smaller vehicle still sat kind of traffic going up on the coast so my my question actually is. Is there a suggestion of where to stay. How to stay? Close to MM multi coast and like what could you do when you're there. I go there Cooking classes or other things you can do to serve really get the culture and history and Eh feel for the people who actually live in those towns along the Amalfi coast well again. It's a matter of getting away from the town centers and things as you go up the Hill to Rebelo you. Get to a certain point in the road splits and one goes to reveal the other one goes to a place called Scala. Scala has a perfect view looking towards awards rebels Ocala. I've always looked at it from across rebellious. It's right. It's beautiful beautiful looking to scholar. Wonderful little cheap pin as with good food Than in the name of the town means the staircase thousand stairs ago from Scala down to Amalfi because that was the only way they could get up and down so they have history. There's is plenty of places to stay you can make in its local people say Lauren's just doesn't have the tourism in the tour budget Rabelo exactly but what a view. It's just a spectacular view in that the crowds scholar and then from there. You definitely get a bus down and travel around for sightseeing. we have V8's Roussel Mattie which is at the end of the Amalfi coast. That's where the pottery industry is based pottery and you can go to an actual. Oh there's tons of stories there. It's just one story after another one factory after another producing the powdery. Most of the pottery that sold on the I would imagine. Some of these places are designed for tour buses to stop but an individual and a car could could they stop tour buses because they're all going on the Amalfi coast. Nobody bothers they'll buy the pottery and Amalfi they won't bother going to. V8 The home care because it's not really adapted for four buses okay and then when you're down in that Salerno is still in the ruins of paste him. Yes so the some of the best Greek ruins anywhere are an hour's drive from the Gulf Coast Post near US Salerno Down in Salerno. You've got these buffalo farms where they make the Mozzarella and it's all Salerno is also getting a lot. It's a cruise ships in so they've picked the city up they've right. It was becoming quite a nice little place. So right Larry. Thanks for your call. Thank you happy. Travels an lungs are guide to enjoy her home base of Sorrento and the Amalfi coast right now on travel with Rick Steves. It's meals calling from Bayside in Wisconsin..
The Insider's Amalfi
"When you dream of a change of scenery I'll bet it looks a lot like the Mafia coast of Italy. It's famous for the scent of lemon trees and breathtaking ocean views from a white-knuckle highway high above the jagged slopes of the soren team peninsula end long grew up in small town Illinois fell in love with an Italian from Sorrento and she's made that area her home since she joins us an insider's view for exploring the Amalfi area and nearby without being at the mercy of an endless crowd. Fellow sightseers and welcome. Thank you very much. I'm glad to be here rick. Now and you live in the Mafia coast. Yes have you noticed How does it deal with congestion? I mean everybody's wild about the mafia cost. Everyone wants to see it. It's one of the main things that when you coming down to my area. POMPEII and the Alfie Coaster. Too Big stops while you know when I think about it of all the places I could stay with a tour group Sorrento. You could spend a lot of nights there I think because from that home base you can see Capri you can see leave. You can see POMPEII and of course you can make that excursion done the Amalfi coast tight. Everybody wants to go to the famous places on the Amalfi the town of a Mafia Pussy Tano Rebelo but there must be another dimension because even parking your car is like impossible in a multi. It's become impossible. It really has become impossible on those seems to be the cities that are more advertised to the American market. That they're familiar with the name. But there's so many places between those cities and passed. I following the same drive and you're even extending it even as far as Salerno so there is that drive. It's the coastal highway one. Oh One kinda that's exactly right. It is a narrow road with a lot of buses. I remember they had a situation. What was the deal? One day everybody will go north and the other day everybody go south or what is that. They they tried with smaller buses. This is that now. You can't go with anything longer than a certain things so that they could pass correctly then the guy to the alternative license plates then they got to the permits that you'd you'd have to apply for a permit and now it's one way can go down but they have to come back a different way. They can't come back the same way. Oh I didn't know that okay so it is north to south and then you can go back inland top and come back on the tollway from Salerno. Okay this is travel with Rick Steves. We're talking with Enron. We're talking about out for adopted neighborhood. The mafi coast. Why is there so much intrigue about the Amalfi Coast? What is it about it that brings all the people are so they're they're very very well advertised for fashion for food for the Liebmann cello for pottery and just the spectacular very high end restaurants and hotels when he puts a ton of it was like made for jeters just a gorgeous tiny little Kabul town? But it's got all these design shops and the yachts on the ads that that are outside of Posey. Tommy you gotta get to know somebody down at the port so that you know who's in town. Oh my goodness so as just part of the rabble who does never yacht you can be stuck stuck outside the town wondering why can't get it in. So where where would you go. That's not one of the famous places so of course it. You certainly want to see the whole Amalfi coast but once you get to Amalfi Oh fi you can whether you you're driving you continue on or if you take the public bus you just swap and you can go further on me. Noti and my Odi are called minor in major ager. Those are beach communities that are very well known with Italians but not so much with the foreigners and my experience in Minori is that there are a lot of big simple simple hotels that have affordable room very likely to have his body. Yeah a little bit cheaper. Prices minority am I am or I and then the sister city Meharry Meharry M. A. I. O. R. is that literally major and minor yes named after the branches of a river and then from there. You've got access to a Nice beach very nice beach sir. My odious major is the largest beach flat beach much better than Posey. Tanno much better than a mouth. Isn't that ironic. Cheaper people go go to the beach and they go to Positano and they don't get nice pay three times. The amount and I would think minorities just half an hour away from some of these other. Famous prices exactly act on a public bus. A public bus and the bus would come by every Roman history. There are women remains in that town of minority as well. So it's not just that you go there for a beach you can have a walk around and have a look at the history now. There's a very popular walk that goes from up in the hills in Rabelo down to Amalfi the town It's it's just dramatic. Walk talk a little bit about the hikes possible in the mall. Fico straight we have a again they sell hiking maps that take you all either horizontally right across the mountain or up and down and of course our most famous one is the pathway of the gods that starts up above mouthy heads in finishes above Posey channel. So you've got the sea in front of you the whole time while you're walking for the kind of Hecker that likes to have gravity be on your side. You can take a bus or taxi up to the tonight you start at the top and then working down and then work your way
The Happy Foot/Sad Foot Sign of Los Angeles
"On monocle. Twenty four brought to you by the team behind the urban est the show. What about the cities we live in this week? MANACLES COLLARTOO Rabelo. Takes us to the neighborhood of Silverlake in Los Angeles to show story of an unassuming thanks city icon a rotating sign outside foot clinic and trade. Let's listen in. There are many things that define the city of Los Angeles Palm Trees. The Hollywood sign film film studios scattered around and Winding Hills. That surround the city. One thing that I discovered upon moving there was that for residence of the east side that it is around as Silverlake and echo park areas. There's another item to be added to that list. The humble happy foot slash sad foot sign at first glance it might seem odd that the billboard of a podiatrist has become the unsung hero of a neighborhood. Mud there's more to the story than this sitting in the intersection between Sunset Boulevard and Benton way this blue sign advertises the foot clinic back in an unassuming strip mall one of the money that you can find in this car. Centric city with a Navy blue background to cartoons grace as the sign on one side a happy and healthy foot and on the other hand bandaged up sat foot holding on for dear life to a pair of of crutches every day and night assign slowly rotates on US access and here it's where the mystique surrounding its it's existence begins to make sense. You see this is one of the busiest intersections in the city and as scores drive by on their way to work important meetings a date or to simply hang out with friends. The sign has kind of become a sort of fortune teller for residence. If when when you drive by you see too happy foot that could be taken as a sign that you'll have a good day or be successful at a particular event or a goal that you have coming up or maybe you should say yes to something on the other hand if you stumble upon the sad fort while that's bad news for you from the Urban Tarot card reader. Perhaps you want go to that gym class after all or want. Make that phone call or worse you have have to brace for. What's not going to be a good day at all of course as with any superstition? This is not inaccurate. Fortune fortune-telling instrument. There's something quite mystical about this. Humble sign being embraced and cherished by Angelenos while having such an impact Own Their state of mind and decision making capabilities but this is not just an urban tale. The happy I sat foot sign has been immortalized. Allies in popular culture to it is featured in Jonathan Lethem's novel you don't love me yet. On David Foster Wallace's the Pale king in music deals have track titled Sad Foot Sign Serve. ooh And the musician back has spoken about it. In an interview to despite its cult following last year residents woke woke up to worrying news the foot clinic was moving premises and the sign was going to be taken down and destroyed a pop. Up Store was launch to help save an restored. The happy for sat foot blue sign. Here you could buy pins t shirts hats and more featuring the iconic collaborations of the two feet in September when it got taken down the team behind the store why kit trading post decided to take the signed signed to their store in east Hollywood while the clinic the side Swat to do it. It's not the same as driving by it every day but if it's any consolation consolation it means that the sign still belongs to Angelinos and hopefully we'll be back to. Its rotating position in an unassuming intersection soon. For now I'll take solace in the fact that whenever I
Michael Bloomberg — shiny new pebble or fool's gold?
"When the former mayor of New York Michael Bloomberg decided not to run for the US President in twenty sixteen. He said it was because he was unsure of whether America was ready to be run by a white white billionaire mogul. Well that's the Bloomberg could have another go. This worried that there's no clear Democrat candidate to beat Donald Trump will tell us more uh. La Bureau chief collateral Rabelo a very warm. Welcome back to the program. Collage tell us about Bloomberg and his bid. How serious is this is because by all accounts since two thousand and eight that has not been a presidential election without speculation that might Michael Bloomberg might run? Yes and what's important to get right here. Is that this move by Michael. Bloomberg doesn't mean that he's necessarily definitely running now at this point he's just keeping his options Sion's open. He's ensuring that whenever he eventually makes that decision he is allowed to run if he chooses to do so so hard that he has filing the paperwork work that is needed while he has filed the paperwork that is needed to become a candidates in the Democratic primary in Alabama which is a state that had the earliest filing wiling at deadline. His Adviser Stole The New York Times at the end of last week. That Bloomberg will decide for sure whether Ron within a matter of days and not weeks except now up there are a couple of things here. That are interesting I is how late this announcement is coming. And the electoral calendar there are fewer than and three months to go before the Iowa caucus and even since the mid nineteen seventies. The latest a potential nominee has ever launched his or. Her presidential campaign was by August of the year before the election than we are now in November if Bloomberg decides to make this one official before the end of the month and then as you mentioned in your question we need to ask why this change If you call him a Bloomberg announced back in March this year that he would not run for president and now it all seems to point executive that fact that he's worried about The Way Democratic primary is unfolding out so far and even as early as last month he had mentioned that he would perhaps consider a run. If Joe Biden. This is the former vice president Joe. Oh Biden decided to drop out of the race but all in all. If Bloomberg does end up running he'll have to scramble to make it to the debate stage so that people beyond his supporters know about his agenda and what he represents and we also need to take into account the growing unpopularity of billionaires among the left wing of the Democratic Party. The party does need to question whether or not Bloomberg's Ron. Ron will do more harm than good at this point in the race when the ultimate goal is to eventually defeat Donald Trump so there are worries that he actually him standing up against is going to split the center. But let's look at the other candidates on where we are with the polls Joe Biden's in trouble which is a huge issue The the campaigns have Bernie Sanders and particularly Elizabeth. Warren are not going that well actually Bloomberg has repeatedly attacked Elizabeth Warren. So he's coming into a failed which is already rather bad tempered and and not really putting a strong candidate. It isn't tape no and he is exactly as you described with the Bloomberg entering during the race. And we're ignoring a big factor. Here which is there's an argument that a lot of people say he is not a Democrat. He is more of a Republican than Democrat. But that's a whole different conversation but if we take into account Michael Bloomberg entering the race now the center of the party disappears and the problem. That's that's the Democrats have been facing. which is you have candidates on? Two extreme ends of the political agenda within the same party with Bloomberg entering during this. That divide was only deepen you will. You will have the same party Eh. One of the country's most known billionaires regardless of the fact that he has of course Experienced running public office running the biggest city in the country in New York City but he is one of the most known billionaires to and then you have on the other end. Candidates are advocating for a huge tax on people such Just as Mike Bloomberg so it will it regardless of who the candidate ends up being. You take the risk of eliminating a lot of the voters Not necessarily to vote for trump perhaps not vote at all because it seems like the identity of the Democratic Party does not exist and that was the main issue in two thousand sixteen and it just seems like a repetition ministry again which is a shame if you're a Democrat because actually last week Votes in Virginia and Kentucky seemed to indicate that in principle the Democrats are on the the the the recovery. Oh yes if you look at the results from us. We Cut The conclusion is that the Democrats are on a winning streak in Kentucky Talkie as Democrats. Andy here defeated The Republican Governor Matt Bevin and this was by a very thin margin and for over a day a Bevan refused to even concede. We're talking about five thousand votes. That decided this result wishes shows just how polarized it is right here. This is state up trump won by a margin of thirty points in two thousand sixteen so it just shows how the tide released turning and of course in many ways. It's victory is indeed significant particularly. Because you know Bevan ran a national campaign Consistently linking himself to president trump and not only. The trump makes several several statements supporting him. He even held a last minute rally with Macbeth into former Kentucky governor in the net for to ensure this reelection that now we we know didn't happen and if you look at Virginia the Democrats should take it as a big victory for the party This is the first time since nineteen ninety-three three that the Democrats won control of both chambers in the state legislature and governor and this has is allowing them to kind of redraw the the states legal boundaries legislative boundaries after the census are happening next year and it can help pave the way to solidify Virginia Jinya as a blue state from now on color. 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"rabelo" Discussed on The Final Lap
"That's why I did it. So, but I I it's definitely not something you can do twice a year. I think it's something you gotta do. Yeah. At least ten times a year. Now, Chris Rabelo saying he put a lot of input in the eye racing. Dirt track stuff is that something. Maybe you could do kind of get a little bit more refresh on I've driven any that a little bit on I racing. And I thought it was really helpful. Cool. All right. Good stuff there from Toby Christie and Landon castle. I mean, Toby likes Landon castle so much. He's the biggest fan that he named his own son that well, I mean, that's not why. But sure we'll go with Landon castle Christie. I mean, that's just kind of weird. Yeah. I guess the middle name gave it away. Yeah. I mean, let's be honest. That's that's like if I were to name a son, Jimmy Johnson Murphy. I'm really surprised you actually didn't. That's weird. I'm surprised to that. I think about it. But I don't think my ears were born right in the Jimmy like glory years to. Yeah. I mean, I should've named one of my kids forty eight that would've be cool. Now, you can have another one seven forty eight Murphy and seven Murphy. Seven. That's a Seinfeld reference. Yeah. And you can be seven in the middle name time seven time Murphy. Woo now, we're gonna have another kid. Thank sorry. All right. So I got Lagaan. Oh, you got Kozlowski. How many big ones? At least four oh, I was going to go lower with to really. Yeah. But they're big. I mean, it's gonna wipe out many many cars. Yeah catastrophic. I mean, yes. Yes. Chris total and absolute destruction. Just mayhem just radiator juice spitting everywhere on the race track. Jimmy's one, and and and Ricky's the other other both gonna cause one. Yep. Yep. Get those out of the way, I'm gonna go with two for each of them. They're going to remain on the racetrack. It just do it up again. Well, yeah. The first one that they caused each they won't be involved. They just 'cause it and then the second one doesn't man. All right. A little practice run. Yeah. There's cool. Here we go. All right. Check. It flag flying on this show. This has been the final AP weekly catch us next week right here when we'll recap the racing from Talladega superspeedway blab and preview. Dover for something Dover. Sounds good. Let's go over. Yeah. Over you. And I will chat next week. We will man. So rap another final lap weekly is in the books, the final AP weekly is hosted by Kerry Murphy, along with Toby Christie, proudly syndicated by United stations radio networks in New York City city, executive producer, Kerry, Murphy Kerry, Murphy sound designed by Russell Nash at audio director dot audio. I'm Tom mode, Tombo dot com. Thanks for listening Dover. I was right. Perfect. Man. That's awesome. We are good. How did I pull that off? I don't know you got stuff in your head. That is unexplained. I didn't even my study the schedules don't actually excited her. All right time. Now for our giant list of people that love what we do and give us cash via patriotic dot com slash
"rabelo" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly
"Once again, we should start with substantial fluke, of course, from the week the world of fashion, and well the world mourning the passing of the great call Lagerfeld one of those we probably will not see his like again Epsilon elite auto Ainhoa people say, oh, the legendary actor died in here. And so because I mean, even if you don't like you respect him. He's amazing a career as a designer he's being Chanel sings nineteen Eighty-three. It's incredible. Because even when I you know, I read the, you know, the Spanish to Brazilian papers. It was on the front page of every single major broadsheet, you know, the next day after his death. So it is quite shocking. And it was interesting to rewatch interview that are very long editor-in-chief did with Carl aback thousand footing. And I mean, he's he's a funny guy. I mean, he okay. Some people might not agree with his views and everything, but he made us laugh, and is a very talented designer one of the things talking Tyler this past week about call. He admired so much was exactly that very forthright. It's an understatement said he wasn't afraid of upsetting people. He spoke his mind, and this probably not enough people who are willing to beer, but spiky outrageous, but confrontational, you know, everything is so sanitizer. Worrying about what is going to be said on social media and all the rest, he was certainly someone who spoke his mind anew, his own mind better than anyone. Absolutely. So I think the fashion world I mean, the world will probably miss a little bit of Lagerfeld in their life. We'll we'll try and bring just a tiny measure of his spiky attitude to proceedings on today's Monaco weekly. We've got a few great guests heavenly to me. I'm looking forward to chatting with David Gray. Who's a bit of a legend in the music Saint here in this coming? Babylon is a classic. I mean, we have to meet it. We're going back almost well when the actual album, I came out basically twenty is which is extraordinary to think. So I'm looking forward to talking David a little later, I'm looking forward. So looking ahead to next week's news today who's that coming up over the harass? Isan Carlotta Rabelo. And here she is Jada. Hello, welcome. Let's start with the Oscars, of course, happening later tonight. And if I'm going to be here sitting in front of financial support shekel, and you as well, Tom, of course, we have to mention the Oscars certainly in the last few rations, it seems that the Oscars if none of you. I have spoken about this that it's almost as much about who's presenting it or the politics behind the awards, then the actual winners. And yet there are some interesting things look out for met flicks. Made a big play to try and get one of their films recognized brilliant film, which ROY Moore is that the most interesting to know makers particular winner people took him out long-serving actors who haven't ever won Glenn Close. This thing. What are you looking out for a lot of interesting big blockbusters in the best picture category is Oklahoma thing in recent years?.
"rabelo" Discussed on WJR 760
"It's twenty one degrees. This year's Super Bowl is being used to highlight a topic often left in darkness. Mary francis. Bully of wellspring living explained some warning signs of human trafficking, and what you should do if you suspect it. So if you see a situation where you see a child with someone that's definitely older, and maybe some inappropriate activity happening in the way that person is being treated you wanna say. Something if you I heard a girl say, you know, we'd be with our trafficker in the be five girls with this one man, why didn't somebody say something? And so we need to be aware of what's going on. And be proactive we need to say something and that would be called police. The state of Michigan warns of rubella exposure at the North American International auto show Rabelo is also known as German measles. That department says they have been notified by another state that one of their residents has been diagnosed with a contagious disease. The person attended the show during the press. Preview officials say the person may have been contagious at the time. The last time a case of Rabelo was reported here in Michigan was in two thousand seven the Michigan. The Michigan Democratic Party is holding its annual state convention at Cobo center today, we have a report from WJR's. Gene, Fogel, one big order of business today. The election of a new chairperson courage air, Brandon Dillon previously announced he would not seek reelection. Today. Could see the. Election of the party's first African American for the top spot. Lavoro Barnes at party chief operating officer is running in the seen as the favourite. Also running though is another African American Commissioner Nancy quarrels Dylan is backing Barnes for the job. Gene, Fogel, WJR news. After ninety six years, one of the auto industry's longest running. Journals has folded WJR's Ken Rogulski has the story. Wards automotive reports published its last issue on Thursday after writing and reporting on the automotive business since nineteen twenty four publisher award is signed his reporters. I to hang out at the factory gates asking employs how many vehicles they built each day. He also directed reporters to write in the prison tense to give immediacy to the story. A year subscription cost fifty bucks in nineteen seventy it was about two thousand dollars a year when they stopped printing. Well, the publication did have top of mind awareness, wards, true circulation was a closely guarded. Secret. Ken Rogulski, WJR news. A community gathered. Friday for a peace rally in honor of a three year old boy who died last week after being shot on the Southfield freeway in Detroit, Christian Miller, wasn't a car with his godmother when he was hit by a bullet to nica Whitley. The young boys mother was touched by the community support and says it's time to put an end to all this violence helped.
"rabelo" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"People. Flavor. I think the song is interesting. It could be it's kind of timeless. I would imagine that they would have released something like this fifteen years ago already meet you, and but I think it's also very good pop song. And if I'm not wrong is one of her first singles, so she's very lucky big in Finland number three. Now. I mean what what maxed for her number two. I guess right one. You want to remind us who she was other max, she's from the US, but as such has Bainian origins. There's another a very famous singer has abandoned origin or Rita ORA. Exactly. Very good memory, Marcus. So I think that's a new niche trends that we're seeing these in the pop charts. Let's hope Finland pickups that way one day as well. Sure we continue with what is number two in Finland week. Not very good song come on come on. It's not finish. It's American is that rapper post Malone. I mean the one with tattoos on his face. And this song is called wall is been released on Christmas Eve. So there's kind of a Christmas connotation to it. But I didn't quite understand. I think almost like a gangsta Christmas thing show hear it. Let's listen. Armie him Obama's. His way ashore Adams. I actually could imagine myself almost enjoy my Christmas Turkey with some candles on listening to this. I don't know maybe. But it's it's not very appetizing would say I did like the sound nice bay finish chains kicking him over here. Well, Marcus, don't you prefer a liberal finish hip hop. Perhaps is a massive thing over there as well. It's almost like hip hop and finished rep have replaced heavy. Metal kind of I I'm not against it. I almost approve I think finance go into a direction. In fact, the number one song. I have to say it is a Finnish hip hop. But this one I like it very much even talking to our sound engineer Kenya. She we both had the same reaction in it. It's the kind of song like what is that? You know? Let's if you're gonna have the same reaction as this is the Taffla broaders with hammer arena. That was different brothers with horror. Marina, and I certainly got the same reaction. What I'm not sure if that was a positive reaction for what are they saying about about shaking, your booty or something like that? No. Actually, he got it wrong. It would be very easy to guess that. If he didn't understand the lyrics we have over here. But actually that song is about downhill skiing. Oh Joyce of exit scare going downhill skiing, then go into a bar. Oh, and then the slope is Cray. That's what they're thinking about. Don't task. I think that's quite really hit the spot where many people go skiing have their skiing holidays and stuff. So they kind of like, you know, it's like very clever time to release a good someone you drunk this key this call you know, in the evening at European silly. I think that's when this was on works, any international potential here. I think so I think could be a one hit wonder Europe likes that what you boot. What do you? What do you? What do you shake your booty if you live your flooding? So a new pass by a bar, and you hear this song over that decided to go the portering I would love that. And I would go to the bar that plays the Taffla brothers. It's been the highlight of my top five perfect. I'm glad to hear that. So on the whole positive experience the Finnish single shot absolute pronounce number four again, Marcus Iago pita ill. How that's beautiful Peter will have our thank you very much for joining us here on the Monaco daily, and that's all for today's edition of this program. The show was produced by Rabelo and to haul the research was Stephanie Canisius and our studio manager was Kenya. Scarlet the Monaco dailies back at the same time on Monday. I am Marcus hippie goodbye. And thanks for listening..
"rabelo" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"People. I think the song is interesting. It could be it's kind of timeless. I would imagine that they would release something like this fifteen years ago already meet you, and but I think it's also very good pop song. And if I'm not wrong, it's one of her first singles, so she's very lucky big in Finland three now. Well, I mean what what maxed for her number two. I guess right one. I want to remind us who was our max, she's from the US. But as I said, she has Bainian origins. There's another a very famous singer has abandon origin Rita Rita ORA. Exactly. Very good memory, Marcus. So I think that's a new niche trends that we're seeing these in the pop charts. Let's hope Finland pickups that way one day as well. Should we continue with what is number two in Finland this week? Not very good song come on come on. It's not finish. It's American is that rapper post Malone. I mean the one with tattoos on his face. And this song is called wall is been released on Christmas Eve. So there's kind of a Christmas connotation to it. But I didn't quite understand. I think almost like a gangsta Christmas thing show hear it. Let's listen. Armie him Obama's only his show. All got. I'm saying. Army? I actually could imagine myself almost enjoy my Christmas Turkey with some candles on listening to this. I don't know. I don't know. Maybe. But it's it's not very appetizing would say I did like the sound. I mean nice bay maybe my finish jeans kicking him over here. Well, Marcus don't you prefer a little bit of Finnish. Hip hop. Perhaps a massive thing over there as well. It's almost like hip hop and finished rep have replaced heavy. Metal kind of I I'm not against it. I almost approve I think Finland is going to direction. In fact, the number one song. I have to say it is a Finnish hip hop. But this one I like it very much. I was even talking to our sound engineer Kenya. She we both had the same reaction in it. It's the kind of like what is that? You know? Let's see if you're gonna have the same reaction as this is the Teflon brothers with hammer arena. It is. Boy that was definite brothers with horror Marin, and I certainly got the same reaction. What that I'm not sure if that was a positive reaction for what are they seeing him about shaking, your booty or something like that? No. Actually, he got it wrong. It would be very easy to guess that. If he didn't understand the lyrics we have here. But actually that song is about downhill skiing. Oh. Imagine going downhill skiing and then go into a bar. Oh, and then the slope is gray. That's what they're thinking about don't test. I think that's quite relating to hit the spot where many people go skiing like have this getting holidays and stuff. So they kind of like, you know, it's like very clever time to release a good someone you drunk at this key call, you know, in the evening at European silly. I think that's when this was on works, any international potential here. I think so I think could be a one hit wonder Europe likes that what you boot. What do you? What do you? What do you shake your booty if you live your flooding? So a new pass by a bar, and you hear this song over that decided to go the portering I would love that. And I would go to the bar that plays the Taffla brothers. It's being the highlight of my top five perfect. I'm glad to hear that. So on the whole positive experience the Finnish single shot absolute pronounce number four again, Marcus Iago pita ill. How that's beautiful pita half an hour. Thank you very much much winning us here on the Monaco daily. And that's all for today's edition of this program. The show was produced by Rabelo to whole the research was Stephanie Kerr knees and our student manager was Kenya. Scarlet the Monaco dailies back at the same time on Monday. I am Marcus hippie goodbye. And thanks for listening..
"rabelo" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"So that it's becoming more and more common. So people on reflecting both health, and perhaps environmental. Reasons about the amounts of meat, they eat, and I think Plum based on you can see this in some of the of trendy restaurants than I make in big cities across the west are coming thing. And we're expecting to see more of that as how concerns about and environmental concerns about me eating continued to rise. Right. You might have just convinced me to choose a vegetarian option considering it's coming up to lunchtime here in London, and we will have to leave it there Ben page from its those Murray. Thanks for joining us on the briefing. Twenty two minutes past twelve time for a look at the day's newspapers with Monaco's Colo to Rabelo calendar where shall we start? Let's start with the guardian here in London. Now, there's a story that we've definitely talked about it before different context. But is Birla's Connie is making a comeback and surprise surprise. So at eighty two years old old now he saying that at this lovely age to be perfect time to stand for elections for the European parliament. Now, of course, he's been prime minister three times in Italy. He's been barred from having any parliamentary seat since two thousand thirteen when when he was convicted by fraud. So he got his Senate seat in Italy invalidated. But last year crew court ruled that due to his good behavior he could make a comeback and he has chosen that European. Elections are the place. The European elections are shaping up to be a bit of a well, shall we say variety show slapstick show? No one's even sure if the UK will need to contest, those elections, if Brexit doesn't go to plan it's looking like, a very bizarre set of circumstances time is against us colada. What what else have you found in the papers? A couple more stories quickly won't on the time. The times here of London about Microsoft now. Microsoft in Seattle has pledged to give five hundred million US dollars to help solve the housing crisis. That day say they've helped to create now Seattle is a hub for both Microsoft and Amazon, and obviously since both companies moved some of their operations there the rents especially for middle class households have increased way too much and pushed people out of the city, and Microsoft has been seen here. Maybe a bit of a PR push. But at the same time, quite a huge amount of money. Five hundred million US dollars to say we want to help out because we recognized all role in creating this crisis. So it's going to be interesting to see over the next five to eight years. Actually, how many homes are built with us money. And if there's any sort of rent controls coming into place. Yeah. Fascinating story, especially coming off the back of. Facebook just announcing that it's going to give out some grants to journalistic organizations involved in providing local news really seems a we're starting to see a little B's tech companies stopped to come to grips with some of the problems they've helped create and maybe feel some degree of responsibility. I think it's also because of realized the public is probably more aware than what they thought they it while we were. So you need to actually take those steps if you don't want to lose your name as a big tech giant. Absolutely. I you've got about fifteen seconds. What have you found in the? One pound. Oh, I'd probably buy a oh, probably by a sneak as well. If you want to head over to Scotland you can buy shopping center. That is going up for auction with starting price of one pound, obviously, this is just a a higher and bigger story about the the downfall of the high street and property value. And a lot of these all shopping centers are being sold this cheaply because they're going to be demolished and apartments probably will emerge into place. But there's an opportunity in Scotland if you want to invest your one pound wisely. Sandra Kilhof mentioned that in the business earlier as well. I think the moral of the story is that we should spend the weekend going out shopping Collado Rabelo will have to leave it there. With today's newspapers. You'll listening to the briefing. The autumn winter two thousand nine hundred edition of.
"rabelo" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House
"He's done an awful lot both symbolically. And in reality. I was I happened to be out in Michigan. Talking to factory owners who are dealing with the impact at tariffs. And a lot of them are being heard and every single one of them said thank you, Donald Trump at least for picking this fight. I hope you stick it out. We need to take on China. And when I asked him about things like the Muller investigation and allegations of collusion with the Russians and undermining the American election. They all said, oh, that's just. Noise. I mean, there really is this split screen America where you know, if you're on the side of the fence where you're a Trump supporter than any information that suggests that he's doing something other than championing your interest is just designed to hurt him. So just as a final vote. Then Stephen is it possible that we are looking at. He is not a ludicrous portrait of decadence, but an extremely coming bit of political signaling nowadays, even cutting. I think it's just trumping his usual tacky south. Yeah. He's caused this this crisis in the government. He's you know, that that again, you know, he seems to ignore the fact that I think it's eight hundred thousand people and not being paid at the moment. Because of what he's done because he's you know, he's behaving like a child and stemming against foot and wants money for the wall. And this is his way of thumbing his nose at people all sticking up the middle finger and saying, well, they all I can still do I can still entertain people in the White House. I'm paying for it. Does bring us to the end of today's show, Steven de and PD Goodman. Thanks both for joining us on the Dory. House. The show was produced by Walter Rabelo research by Fernando Augusta Pacheco Mafa LeBron tedium manage it was Christie Evans this music next one thousand nine hundred it's Monica on design this more on the day's main stories on the daily at twenty two hundred including possibly even the result of Brexit vote. Madari house is back at the same time tomorrow eighteen hundred London I'm Andrew mullet. Thank you for listening.