27 Burst results for "Remo"

"remo" Discussed on Anne Ortelee Weekly Weather Astrology

Anne Ortelee Weekly Weather Astrology

04:13 min | 2 months ago

"remo" Discussed on Anne Ortelee Weekly Weather Astrology

"Changes. Remo decided to join me, you can see him over there. He's like hanging out because we're having so many changes and he always comes around when I'm talking when I'm talking change. So we're having a really interesting week and hopefully this podcast will help you figure out how to handle the energy and work within a productive way. Where would we go? All right, so we're going to first, the new moon that we had last week, still a couple days to do your rituals. This is a really powerful moon

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"remo" Discussed on Band It About - Podcast Series

Band It About - Podcast Series

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"remo" Discussed on Band It About - Podcast Series

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Raheem Mostert Injury Update: 49ers Running Back Exits vs. Lions With Knee Injury

Fantasy Focus Football

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Raheem Mostert Injury Update: 49ers Running Back Exits vs. Lions With Knee Injury

"He most hurt left the game early for the forty niners as well. It's really just so unfortunate remo serves been plagued by injuries For for years now and and yesterday was no different left. The game early second quarter. I believe only had to What was it to to carries ers only two fantasy points for you. All we knew was that it was his knee kyle. Shanahan said after the game that he was going to get his knee further evaluated when they got to greenbrier. Those who aren't aware forty niners have a game in east coast. They are going to greenbrier and west. Virginia staying there this week for practice so he was expected to give further evaluated when they got there last night. Once we have those results will share them. Shanahan did say he did not He heard that they did not believe it was an acl so they thought that was encouraging but nothing further specific as of yet

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"remo" Discussed on The EuroWhat? A Eurovision Podcast

The EuroWhat? A Eurovision Podcast

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"remo" Discussed on The EuroWhat? A Eurovision Podcast

"I can't believe it is already time for a new season of your vision to start. Yes we are recording this before we find out which city in italy will be hosting next year's contest very eager to hear that announcement bradley. Thank you for joining us. And you've reached out to us because you're a very big leaf fan from what i gather. Yeah a professional fan. I suppose i lived in italy from two thousand five to two thousand sixteen. Twelve years of italy went to university there and also taught there for a long time so also translated have done translations. Oh fantastic. How were you introduced to gergen in san ramo and the the side of talent music culture because italy was out of eurovision from i ninety seven to two thousand eleven my first memories are definitely san remo. They're not your vision. I think the first eurovision i remember is khun cheetah and that was just like mind-blowing wasn't because if you're in italy which can be very conservative can cheat was like bigger things going on out there in the world like wow mind blown but yeah i my i. San remo was in two thousand. Five and i was living with a older italian woman. She just lost her husband and was looking for roommates. i was in my mid to late twenties. You know to kind of keep her company she said. You must watch san remo. It's like the venice film festival but for music. It is the high point of all culture in the world like italy..

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"remo" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"remo" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"Again this movie interests all these characters but doesn't do anything interesting with them so it wolford grimly does nothing mccleary. Guess he goes on a mission. But it's not a particularly interesting mission and he's got one hand. Oh that's right. They introduce that later and that ties into the doberman story honestly. I thought those dobermans were the highlight of the whole movie i. My dog didn't like those documents. I'll tell you that. But when they start doing like tight rope walking. I mean the fact that they set it up whereas like you know remote. Goes up onto a scaffolding in this building. These like ha ha the dogs get up here and then we see two dogs jump up and pulled down a fire escape with their teeth. I was like i'm on board. I buy this one hundred percent. These dogs in tandem tandem cam. It was synchronized that these dogs jump at the exact same time it was like in john wick. Three were halle berry. Has the two german shepherds at work in synchronized movements. That's what these two dobermans did. Honestly i i don't know what the film is going for. At any given point it goes back to tone again. But these dobermans like that there is even a shot whether dog is considering going over the tight rope like the dogs actually thinking about it. If my extra shirts the dogs like And then low behold he walks across up. You can say it's like a matte painting he's will on. But what does it be the last visit. Want me to take it seriously. I know that's the thing it's like half spoof movie half. We want you to take this seriously because you have the moment where remo. It's like right around. That dog sequence like a rattler runs up his pant leg and he's pulling the whole like ooh ooh back and forth and it's like okay. It's like i'm watching the naked gun. I guess yeah i. I don't know what to make that. There's only one more like good thing. I wanna shout out. And i think i'm going to start wrapping up. Yeah the i wanted to stick knowledgeable like going back just to guy. Hamilton diamonds are forever has the same kind of issue. Where like it's super campy. And i think what we enjoy about that movie. And i look forward to tackling on the podcast is the camp value and just how silly it is and how it lives in a world of camp. The movie diamonds are forever. Doesn't ask you to really invest in the action sequences and. I think that's the difference here. Is that this movie. Wants to be really silly a lot of the time but then once you to care about very elaborately constructed action sequences. It's also like the way things that diamonds are forever. Show is quite cheerful and colorful. Even the layabout films that he did as well whereas that scene with the folks that whole infiltration into the place to do a thing. I don't remember is badly. It's like gray and black. You can't make anything out stahl. Well i mean in the eighties..

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"remo" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"remo" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"It just feels like such a. They've always such a rich tapestry of information in a newly books to tap into all these things about obviously the big character who has hundred fifty books and yet what we get is is is bache. Is rima williams smart. No but then he's meant to be the best cop in new york. I guess a like you have that scene at the end where he shows up at the bad guys base and You know Meets up with kate. Mulgrew gets brought right into like the villain scenario and it's the laziest written scenario possible where it's just like i don't know this character like wanders into the scene like there is no work done a lot of the time when it comes to remo williams infiltrating this espionage and you have a meeting up for the second time with kate mulgrew character major fleming that has to be ian fleming node o. Be estimate but then she says oh you must have military intelligence says yeah i guess no intelligence in my williams. My name is religion. Smyth i mean when your name came off a bedpan you know you go problems. That felt very appropriate by nicole allen. The second veering and that's for my highlight is rise beginning. Yeah what we talk started early but obviously this is meant to be a spy film. What is the plot cam. Tell me what is what is the grant spy clauses film will there's like an evil industrialist who who works His his name's george grove in he runs grove industries. Although as a character announced pronounces it later industries and they're manufacturing a are sixty assault rifles. That are faulty And there seems to be some sort of ruse about the harp safety networker. I'm not even sure what it would be called satellite networks. Something like a defense system. That's all fraudulent. And he just wants to make money selling faulty machine guns to the army. I guess it. And that's how kate mulgrew character starts to investigate this and how remo williams gets brought into this whole plot. I mean as far as You know spy movie plots. I guess it's fine. I don't have issue with an evil industrialist who wants to make money that back completely makes sense to me but as you said george Grove is played by charles joffe archaeology. This is like the most forgettable performance in the history of spy hearts podcasts..

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"remo" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"remo" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"I don't know if you attended that panel. I went we did not get a kate. Mulgrew joel grey reunion. No at that convention to t- Try and tap on her wrist again. I do not recall any questions about remo williams at that convention not to him. I almost want to ask her a question. If i ever go to convention she's again whom yeah. No kidding right yeah. I'd love to hear what she had to say. Kate mulgrew gruza fiery personality. And i would love to hear what she would have to say about this movie now. But i mean i've liked joel grey and things but it's the type of performance that no matter how committed he was to this bit. The performance is just dead. There's nothing to draw from it like it's completely a disposable performance that is you can only say negative things about so it wasn't worth the effort in the first place. Why the thing is he was correct in the beginning. Yeah he shouldn't have taken the paw got said don't do it and he shouldn't have done it. Yeah because i can't even talk about this young character as being interesting or effective. Because he's not said i i didn't know about the karate kid coming out the before i don't have years in my head like you do so. I can definitely say how is trying to take some of those influences from it. But it's like he wants to be misdemeanor in a sense but also play straight whereas that film has some right but then the end of the reimbursement to make the jokes. But fred ward isn't funny so what you have is just Dead or the waiting for the audience to love. Well okay. i'm glad you brought that up is reba. Williams meant to be funny. Because i felt like he sometimes was supposed to be funny. I mean his first words in the film suck wall. Funny i laughed. He's introduced a sort of this lazy police officer. I guess who just like sitting in his car ignoring calls eating hamburgers and then he is brought into this cure organization. I didn't realize it was called cure until about halfway through the movie But it sort of a organization that was founded by jfk. and they conduct elaborate assassinations. Kind of like the mechanic with jason statham where the assassinations are meant to look like accidents. That sort of what cures gauges and he's inducted into this and a lot of it feels like sort of the wise cracking agent. Who's supposed to be kind of undercutting all the seriousness of the mission and the organization but nothing he is funny. It just doesn't land and you think like that point. Before he meets tune he has lines being delivered by Ajay preston's character. Which is kind of like. He's hand la basically. You'll you'll get to have tariff for breakfast pressure for.

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"remo" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"remo" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"Childhood nostalgia for the film. So look for that in the show notes It's again very well written piece. And i think people who wanna hear sort of perspective that is maybe more appropriate than ours can jump over and read that so that'll be on a decider The website decider and the us. No that about wraps up remo williams. The adventure begins with less end it. Okay cam i what do you think about. This is one. I'd actually picked up at a thrift store on dvd. Maybe like six months ago or something like that and I just never had watched it. And i thought okay well. Let's watch this. I really didn't know anything about the joel. Great character at all. When i sat down to watch it and the movie starts and it's kinda crappy. Dvd transfer where. It's like it's been formatted to your screen at four three aspect ratio And i was like perfect. That's kind of what i want. I want an eighty s action movie. That set at four three is feels like the sort of thing. I rented when i was like seventeen years old with friends or something. I i like this. I'm getting the vibe. I'm really digging the eighty score. It's it's kind of like the perfect. You know lost eighty s movie. I'd never seen and then the movie proceeded to run and my my enthusiasm for it. Really just kind of slowly died. Once the joe grey stuff comes into play it was like. Oh oh this is. This is uncomfortable and you know there's a lot of this will be spent trying to invest you emotionally in the relationship between joel grace character and fred ward and to me like. That's just dead on arrival because it's so awkward and uncomfortable Just in in terms of everything to do with that character. And i thought fred was actually kinda terrible in this movie. I think you want someone. Who really has the charisma. Where i care about reema williams and i want the adventure to continue and he really just felt very flat and i think that's really weird because i've liked fred ward in so many other things that i was just really shocked. He just seems kind of lost here. So like remo williams. I kind of appreciate some of the physical stunts. It's so great to see practical stunts in one thousand nine hundred movie like that to me was the highlight but this thing is paced like cement rolling down a hill like it is very slow paced. I found just very lethargic and know going forward into this review. I wanna talk a little bit more about the pace in regards to guy. Hamilton's bond films. But what did you think. It's kind of hard to come back from that because you really hit a lot of the same points. The i felt about it. I i as a whole. I was really digging scored. The beginning and the score is one of the things. I've got down as the things i enjoyed about his film and craig safran did the score. So let's show him out. Craig zaphon good job. Thank you for that but it just slowly unravels as it goes along you just think as soon as this whole the cop thing he gets killed and then apparently he looks different in the hospital but he looks exactly the same to me. Did you get that scott. How dare you. He shaved his mustache. I'm waiting for the day. When i chop off my quarantine bid. My dog just gets completely spooked by the concept of me with the chin. Yeah what have you done. That's my dog talking by the way nope just i felt like film. Wanted to be funny and it wasn't funny..

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"remo" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"remo" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"He did. Yeah whoa yeah. Our world right. Yeah hey at least williams. That's right and and you know the that superman his adventure ended whereas reba williams. It's still going way keeping it alive. That's right so when it came to casting remo williams again you are casting an icon in theory so you really want to embrace the character and find the perfect actor. We can talk about whether they found the right one but a couple of people considered A very young. Bruce willis was considered and at this point. He was kind of a nobody so he did not get the job. And ed harris was also considered well. Both of those guys. I think would have contributed something that well. I don't know if it would have improved the movie. i don't know. But i mean you have harris. There's a certain amount of legitimacy. Especially i'm not really familiar with freight would a catalog of work to really take a punt on. I don't know if he has been those a films. I haven't seen. But i know it harris harrison. I definitely know bruce willis yelich fred ward is one of those guys when you actually look up his imdb. He's been like everything you've ever seen. But the two movies that i always thought of were the original tremors He's in the sequel. But the original tremors. He's fantastic in such a fun movie and then he was also in the third naked gun film naked gun thirty three and a third the final insult he was the villain rocco and he's really funny in that movie as well so he's a long working actor he's maybe retired now He's approaching eighty years old but You know he's one of those guys. He's very reliable that makes him forty and assume came out late thirties. Yeah that is sort of that. James bond casting age right like usually the bond actors around that age. I mean how was daniel craig. I think he was like maybe thirty seven or something sounds about right. Yeah so when it came time to cast the character of sheehan. Who is Remote williams's High guess master. I don't know trainer They this character in the movie and we'll be talking about this in depth.

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"remo" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"remo" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"Remo. Williams is one of the most prolific characters american literature. It would seem move over mark twain. You remove liam's here. Yeah i when. I read that i was like. That's insane so there's like a hundred and fifty three novels and then there's some like Sort of anthology books. There's manuals in terms of the Martial art used in this film. there's all these spin off projects tied to the destroyer universe. I can just see. The united is slash a ryan pictures office when someone pitched this like guys. There's a hundred and fifty books. We've got gold for a lifetime. Your grandkids will be going to princeton. Yeah like they are having to create new james bond films pretty soon you know their view to a kill is coming out the same years remo williams that i mean they don't know what that movie is like based on because you know at that point. They've run out of ian fleming novels so we will not have that problem. We have one hundred and fifty. Plus remo williams adventures everyone likes cigar money. The sequel to this one would have been called remo williams. The never ending story okay. Well i understand why they went down. This route makes perfect sense and they've obviously the book series obviously works because you have one hundred and fifty. You must have people reading them. You must although. I do have questions as to how big the readership is. Or they're kind of just pulp novels. That are cranked out. Like you know every six months kind of thing what do you think about. Like game of thrones before tv series came. Along i've read some of the books all of them but it wasn't that popular. You couldn't say like. Hey johnny dean heiresses to your hairdresser sure. Also we are both star. Trek fans and there are on endless amount of star trek novels whether it's not g novels original series novels and obviously they sell well enough to continue than being cranked out on the regular. But i don't think they are cracking the top. Ten book sales lists on the new york times. Hey you leave. Bill shatner's captains trilogy. Learn.

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"remo" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"remo" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"Hello and welcome to spy hearts pocus where your hosts go deep undercover into the weld of spy movies to decipher. Which films make the noc list but remember this. Information is strictly for your is only. I majored up. And i'm cam the provocateur and cam. I think this weekend has venture is just beginning and ending because this week. We are going to tackle remo williams. The adventure begins the Action espionage comedy. I don't know it's a whole bunch of things in one it's a Basically a nine hundred. Eighty five motion picture starring. Fred ward and joel grey. Yeah i didn't think is knows what it wants to be. But we'll get into that fuss. Everyone's favorite dot com synopsis away. We got remote williams. The adventure begins a hero. Who doesn't exist must save america from an enemy. He never knew he had unofficially dead. Corp is trained to become an extraordinarily unique assassin in the service of the us. President not bad. I think that actually sums it up. Well when you do these cult movies. The person writing the synopsis gets a little too invested in. Goes down some weird rabbit holes but this one. I think that sums up pretty good for a film this all over the place. Synopsis is pretty on point. That's right that's right now. I am curious scott. This movie's called. The adventure begins in north america. But you had a different title right. Yeah apparently i mean i. I hadn't seen it incident all ever heard but looking at on. imdb apparently in the uk. It was cold remo. Omed and dangerous. What do you think is the better title. I i have to answer to that question at the time i think. The intervention begin sounds cool knowing that the adventure never continued. I go and unarmed and dangerous. I think you've got him mash the two together though. Because i think you want remo williams not just remo but i think unarmed and dangerous is better description of what makes this character unique unarmed dangerous to sounds like a sort of naked gun film kind of but this movie. Well we'll get to it. This movie do definitely treads into naked. Gun territory a fair amount of the time.

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How the Virtual Office Could Replace the Physical One

WSJ Tech News Briefing

09:27 min | 1 year ago

How the Virtual Office Could Replace the Physical One

"It's another monday in the world of remote work depending on. When you're listening to this you might be going up for another day of sitting in front of your computer in your zoom sweater. Trying to get stuff done by video conference. We're of course familiar with the challenges of remote work already. Big recalls can be awkward and inefficient in. Its part to replace the serendipity of running into someone in the break room but lately some new services have been trying to solve those issues with virtual office. Spaces are columnist. Christopher mims visited one himself and he joins me now to talk about what he saw. Hey christopher thanks for being here. Thank you for having me. So you've visited the virtual offices of id corporate. They were using space through a service called gather. Can you talk about what that experience like. I visited a number of corporate offices in my time so it was strange to visit of virtual office reminded me of real world ones. Which are you know. Kind of whimsical lake airbnb. They have all their conference rooms. Which are modeled after various apartments on airbnb so being in a virtual office where there were desks and conference rooms and you know stage for people to give talks and a cafeteria and a bar and the office is actually in a castle and there's a beach it was really funny. How even though. I'm walking around with my avatar. I felt in some sense. Like i was there. And maybe that's you know decades of playing video games. But i also think that there is a lot to be said for the way that video games. They're designed over. Decades has been refined to really tap into innate abilities that we have so for example in our brains we have place cells which are physical analogues. It's an individual neuron lights up when you go to a place and you can see this on the brain of a rat when it's traveling through maze for example or if you talk to people who win the annual world memory championship a lot of them. What called memory palaces. You imagine a house and you walk through and you place the object. You wanna memories in the house that works so well because we have this huge section of our brain which is devoted to place and geography and navigating in three dimensional space. We just don't use it with our existing interfaces communicating remotely. So when i went into a virtual tutti office and started walking around the thing that really struck me was like oh my god. I'm using more of brain and it feels more natural so when i'm in a virtual h. A hosted on for example gather. It's very easy. I just use my arrow keys. And i'm moving in two dimensions link in legend zelda and at the same time they have incorporated sort of the minimum requirements for communicating in that space as we would in a real one and one of the spatial audio of my avatar is next somebody else's avatar. We can talk freely in these little bubbles just like we went through video chat you know if we walk away from each other the sound fades and dies complete so you can create these clusters of conversation or you can walk up to somebody in the hallway and have chat with them. That's private or you go into a room. Only people in the room can hear each other. So this allows you know based on my interviews with the people who are working in this these types of spaces this kind of more spontaneous collaboration link. We're used to in an office at the same time because you can make yourself more or less available you can turn off your camera. You can say i'm away. You're not tethered to your desk. As he would be in a physical space going to this office it just it really struck me how quickly i was able to interview a lot of people just by walking up to them and that just doesn't work with the friction of you know. Zoom call words like. Oh where's the link. Okay here logging in. I'm waiting for you to log in. is everybody here. Oh you're muted just all of that. Extra friction really gets in the way of spontaneous communication. I think and gather is one of a number of companies offering similar services. Just how widespread are these types of platforms and how are companies using them. There are a lot of companies using them. I mean one of the biggest ones which is called remo remote dot co. they're used a lot for events. They told me that they have multiple hundreds of thousands of monthly active users. Spatial chat claims similar figures. You know they have people using them. From every big chunk of money you could imagine plus boeing and a bunch of other fortune five hundred companies. Not all of which are paying members because of course they all have a freemium tier so it is. Nasa sent hundreds of thousands of monthly active users. But if you're having a few big events that could only be a few dozens or hundreds of individual companies but has impressed me that the biggest ones by just traffic are bootstrapped. And they're like look. We already making revenue. We don't need investment because we are just were able to pay our server bills from people signing up that is of course a very powerful signal that something is sticky. And it's working if you can get to revenue if you can go from nothing to a product that is making money in nine months. That's a very compelling space generally sounds like a lot of users and how all these companies using these types of platforms. It sounds like it might just be more about special events than it is about you know putting in your full nine to five from the virtual office. I think rate now. The initial use case for most companies and organizations is events because partly that allows them to dip their toe. It's low commitment. I mean if you're going to have a holiday party. In one of these people have to adapt their work style to spend a couple of hours walking around some virtual space so companies using it to work in. I think are in the minority. I've also heard interesting. Use cases lake people holding scientific meetings. And the they build out this big hall. And then everybody's standing in front of their scientific poster and anybody who's ever been to a science meeting or a medical meeting knows that that is the central ritual for disseminating new data and information also just like meeting people in your field and it's the science fair for adults but it's really important in in academia so it's been interesting that so many universities and other institutions seem to be using it for those kind of events others are using it for parties summer using it just to replace what people the old the stuff that we all used to go to in convention centers. Where you'd go to a talk but the real substance of it is having coffee or drink with somebody over chris. I can put on my cynical hat for a second. During the pandemic i feel like workers are struggling with zoom fatigue and with the sort of always on mentality that comes with being full remote. These services seem to require more presents out of employees and and that seems like a potential challenge. I think as with zoom as with slack where we were promised. This is the future. Remember where it can then once you once you're kind of forced to use like really high doses of these things you really run into their limitations and you get zoom fatigue or slack on or whatever you wanna call it. I think that the same could be true for these on the other hand. I think that there is the potential for them to be the next evolution. That makes it a little bit more. Sustainable i remote work experts. I talked to cautioned against companies saying. Oh this tool is gonna solve our problem for us at base. I think the real challenge with remote work is companies need to establish a bunch of new norms in some ways. Very different from what we are used to in an in person office where norms can be established by as moses have to be more deliberate and you know whether or not you're using a virtual each q. Being forced to everyone share what they're working on in some kind of document that can be accessed a synchronous all those little nuances of what it takes to make a really functional. Remote workforce work. That doesn't go away. The tool doesn't solve for that automatically. But maybe it makes it a little bit easier so it sounds like you think this is something that might be here to stay as we move into at least a more heavily remote workforce in the future absolutely. I also think that ultimately we're building toward kind of a more complete fusion of the internet and real life through the mediums like augmented reality in some ways. I think we're laying the tracks now for that so the more we get used to collaborating remotely through all these tools the more natural it will seem to toggle between what we're doing in the real world what we're doing on the internet via other things like our glasses are vr. Headsets are ever more mobile. Devices are risk based whatever aren't. That's our tech columnist. Christopher mims thanks so much for joining me. Thank you for having me.

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Look, I Made a Hat! (Stephen Sondheim)

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

04:44 min | 2 years ago

Look, I Made a Hat! (Stephen Sondheim)

"Hello and welcome to misinformation Trivia podcast for ladies and Gents, and whoever who? what I lost my train of vodka. Feed Trivia Quiz Yeah like Trivia. Teams in Trivia. Listened this podcast. We are hosts I'm Lauren Julia. Yeah when you. Layered half to oh, God. We've been doing this for like almost three years now. I know it's kind of amazing. So good that we're both organized. People are else. This would not have happened for as long as. Know. Basically doing a book report every week for three years. Who knew that we loved book reports so much, so we decided to like a side hobby. So speaking of book reports actually mine is a pretty today my topic is. As Book Report he is. It's GONNA get for the most part this weekend next and my next topic the week after next I think is going to be very very like middle school. This is my. This is my report on so and so. But. Today I decided to do a little a little something different for all Lt. I've I'm expanding my my my mind and my different areas, and like going back in time to where where I was like where I wasn't high school, and what my where my interest lied, so. Today my topic is going to be on Sondheim. is to make. DIS lunch everybody La. So. Caveat. About Sante time. Your girl Lauren is recovering musical theater nerd. I cannot sing which I think. Where a lot of my resentment lies about musical theater, so I used to be super musical theater, and then I was not, and I am to this day like very uncomfortable with musicals, so I am not super familiar with Sondheim like the nitty gritty about it so I will not be. You know giving you personal stories about things, but I will say son. Heim has been involved with both one of my favorite musicals and my most hated musical, the musical I hate more than anything in the whole wide World Flint. Let's just get into it. Shall we please? Stephen Joshua Sondheim was born march twenty, second, nineteen thirty. He is still alive. He's ninety this year. Yep and we'll talk about that in a minute, but He was born into a Jewish family in new. York City the son of Janet and Herbert Sondheim. His father manufactured dresses designed by his mother. and. The composer grew up on the upper west side of Manhattan and after his parents divorced on a farm near Doylestown Pennsylvania so he was an only child of well-to-do parents, and he lived in the San. Remo on Central Park West and was described in Merrill. seacrest biography, which is called Stephen Sondheim a life. He was an isolated, emotionally neglected child. Perfect for. Perfect for musical theatre Yep he traces his interest in theater to warm for May, which was a broadway musical. He saw when he was nine quote. The curtain went up and reveal the piano. sondheim recalled a Butler to the duster and brushed it up tinkling the keys. I thought that was thrilling. He attended the New York. Military Academy and George School, which was a private quaker preparatory school in Bucks County Pennsylvania. When Sondheim was ten years old, his father already, a distant figure had left his mother for another woman. Herbert sought custody of Steven, but was unsuccessful. sondheim explained it biographer secrets that he was what they called an institutionalized child, meaning one who had no contact with any kind of family. You're in though its luxurious, you're in an environment that supplies you with everything, but human contact, no brothers and sisters, no parents, and yet plenty to eat and friends to play with and a warm bed, you know. SONDHEIM detested his mother, who is said to be psychologically abusive and projected her anger from her failed marriage onto her son. He said when my father left her. She substituted me for him and she used me the way she used him to. Come onto and berate. beat up on. You see what she did for five years is treat me like dirt, but come on to me at the same time. She wants wrote him a letter I know. She wants wrote him a letter, saying that the quote only regrets, she ever had was giving him birth.

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New Rainbow Six Content Coming Out

What's Good Games

04:38 min | 2 years ago

New Rainbow Six Content Coming Out

"They also announced the UBISOFT team announce that there's new rainbow six content coming so I got the press release that I have here. I'm not GonNa read this whole thing. But essentially it's the second season for twenty twenty of siege for year five. That's your five that we're in now. It's wild I think it's the game is just better. Operation Steel wave is what it's called an introduces two new operators ace and Maluzi new attacker and a defender from Norway and South Africa in addition to an entirely reworked house map and a slew of gameplay changes. We won't go too deep into the weeds here except to say that they're looking for from factions. That I'm not too familiar with yeah. They're they're unfamiliar for shore. Ace looks like it. Uses the attacker from looks like a rescue unit of some type and then Melissa the defender has very interesting character design with her braids but aside from that. They're they're not very familiar at all like they don't clearly belong to any of the factions that we've seen yet do you thank her. Braid design is a South African thing. It's not a felony design It I mean it looks like it's too thick it like it. Looks like hair on top of hair so I I would imagine that it was just something that they didn't enemy urged didn't dumb draft out natively like it's something put on top of an existing players show. Now that I see it up close it does look like a wig. Looks LIKE CORN? Row Wig omos. Yeah it's I mean. They tried how how someone is is literally amazing air every time. How do you feel about this choice? Are You mad about it or you? Like I'll take the representation. Oh Immune it's always a mixed bag with hair and in representation for black women specifically but I mean they. They gave it a go and other other than our hair. She looks cool It's a very interesting gadget. That she has so I give them pass on this one. I have a lot of love remo sick. So they'll get the forgiveness this time. What's her gadget? I haven't looked at this. Just pull up the video so that Steiner and I can take a look. Yeah some operator. Gameplay yes so for from Lucy the defender Gadget is a banshee. Sonic defense and it looks a lot like diggers what I would. I forget what it's called. Whatever the anti-grenade where you can put it on walls or surfaces and it emits a pulse. Sonically that will slow and disoriented people as they approach it and from what I can read here you actually have to disable it by hitting it or by hitting it with something very very close range so it seems pretty decent on slowing down and that in combination with the new proximity alarm which is a sticky grenade that you could probably put on ceiling. This could be a real problem for for really aggressive attackers. I like that. They're putting in some of these defenses for aggressive attackers. Because I think that it kind of changes up the dynamic even though I think we all agree that being the defending team always feels inherently easier than mainly attacking team. Which is why we got the really aggressive defender in the last round. The guy whose name I can't remember. But he can like jump up level or ix or x Ten. But if you guys aren't playing rainbow six or you've never played Rambo six. Now's a great time to jump in. There's so much happening in the game. The Operation Steel. When does that do have a date? There did I just put the Dayton when it goes live Live delays date. I see all the notes here on the video. They announced this week in the description box. I could also pull up the press release again. Sorry everybody listening hoops. Nope it's not in the description back dealer so little halloween or no. Y'All know say not seen either. Maybe there's no maybe in the future this will be in the game happening soon happening after this show airs. We're not we're not giving area take we're just gonNA keep you guessing. Yes yes we will be no but this really really

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"remo" Discussed on The Friends of Israel Today

The Friends of Israel Today

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"remo" Discussed on The Friends of Israel Today

"Everyone we are honoring the centennial celebration of the San Remo Conference when the principal powers after war one agreed to enact the Balfour Declaration giving the Jewish people the right to establish a homeland in Palestine which is their ancient homeland now. San Remo isn't some bygone conference with little to do with Israel anymore no way in fact the ramifications for the San Remo agreement are still being played out. Today it's been reported that the trump administration is going to green light the annexation of major portions of the West Bank to Israel. We talked about that earlier in the news. Trump wants Israel to play nice with the Palestinians but it seems like is administration is understanding that Israel is not occupying the West Bank. As many would have you believe but that really the West Bank is disputed territory you know. There was no Palestinian state in the West Bank prior to nineteen sixty seven. In fact there's never been a Palestinian state. Israel's not occupying someone else's land the whose land is it well. The West Bank is one of the most talked about pieces a property in the world the world often thinks Israel stole the land from the Palestinians. That's not true when the San Remo articles were drafted included a large swath of land. That was known today as Jordan as well that means that the League of Nations approved giving the Jewish people all of Israel all of the West Bank and even the East Bank for that matter. That happened between one thousand nine hundred twenty one thousand nine hundred twenty two but after. World War Two. The United Nations cut out nearly two thirds of what the League of nations promised them leaving Jewish people with but just a little sliver of land and they still the Jewish people that were living in British Palestine at that time still agreed to the UN resolution but the Arab nations and the Palestinian said. They wanted nothing to do with the deal it was called UN resolution. One eight one. It was the partition plan because at partition the land that was promised to the Jewish people under the San Remo Conference in the League of Nations. The Palestinians said no to the partition. Plan that promise them the land by the UN according to international law experts the Palestinians refusal to accept the partition plan essentially nullifies UN. One eight one when you're talking about real estate both parties have to agree to the terms. It's not an agreement unless both parties agree to it since the U N Partition Plan of One Thousand. Nine hundred forty seven didn't work out and both both parties didn't agree to it. International law demands that they fall back on previous law that was already established in this law. Goes back to the San Remo conference that was then ratified by the nation's two years later at the League of nations which promised Jewish people the land that included the West Bank Netanyahu and his government have the right to annex the West Bank. They do. It's their land. According to the San Remo Conference do the Israelis have the right to give portions of the West Bank to the Palestinians to start a state of their own. Yes they do. It's their land. According to the San Remo Conference and the League of Nations San Remo was the moment the principal powers of the world in one thousand nine hundred twenty solve the need for the establishment of the Jewish state in their ancient homeland. Even more so San Remo was a major moment in God's hand moving the Jewish people back to their homeland really a beautiful testimony to the faithfulness of God to his people. Now apples of gold dramatic reading from the life and Ministry of Holocaust survivor speak Alisher. Most of the world is against God's chosen people Israel. This nation occupies a very small piece of land yet. It is the subject.

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"remo" Discussed on The Friends of Israel Today

The Friends of Israel Today

11:36 min | 2 years ago

"remo" Discussed on The Friends of Israel Today

"Welcome to the Friends of Israel today. I'm Steve Kerr over and with me is our host and teacher Chris CA- Toko while parts of the. Us are opening up. We're still producing this program from our homes and we're so thankful that we've been able to continue to bring you new episodes of the Friends of Israel today during this time of uncertainty and it's in these times of uncertainty we want to fellowship with you through prayer prayer is a gift from God that Unites Believers all over the world. And perhaps you're feeling fearful or uncertain. Well we want to pray for you so when you visit our website at Foia Radio Dot Org. There's a prayer form you can fill out. And when we received those prayer requests will pray privately for you these prayers will not be mentioned on air but our team will bring them before our loving heavenly father and thank you to all of those that have contacted us and ask for prayer already. It has been a joy to bear these burdens with you also while you're at Fox radio dot org you can watch some interviews. Chris did with her frequent guests and colleagues. Yeah we've been doing some fantastic interviews for instance. We talked about why the Jewish people have always been blamed for plagues and epidemics. And you know what Cova One thousand nine hundred is no different than from what the pass has been showing us. So Steve Zeke and myself. We did in an online interview talking about the history of blaming Jewish People Anti Semitism. That comes from this. Also we've spoken with Israeli pastor talking about the work that they're doing in Israel during the corona virus crisis You can find these at Fox radio DOT ORG now today on the radio program. I'm very excited. We're actually going to be celebrating along with Israel and along with the Jewish community. All around the World the centennial celebration of the San Remo Conference a very important conference that happened back in one thousand nine hundred twenty that actually paved way for the Jewish people to become a state again. So you're not gonNA WANNA miss it but I in the news now. The unity government is formed in Israel with Netanyahu at the helm for another eighteen months. The prime minister is advancing his desire to annex large portions of the West Bank unilaterally without an agreement with the Palestinians the trump administration has indicated. It supports the unilateral decision of the Israeli government since the Palestinians have refused to enter into peace following the White House. Roll out of the prosperity to peace vision for Israelis and Palestinians. Yeah this is quite interesting Steve. Because I've been reading articles that are showing that the trump administration is giving the green light. The go ahead for the Netanyahu government to move forward with the annexation of large areas of the West Bank including the Jordan Valley but that doesn't come without criticism. Currently there are many European Union countries. That are pretty much begging Netanyahu not to do this but see. I'd take a different perspective than really what the European Union is showing and I personally believe that the West Bank Israeli land. It's not occupied territory as many like to call it. It's disputed land and international law favors. Israel's right to annex it I I also believe biblically that the West Bank is the heart of the land for the Jewish people. God said to Abraham in Genesis. Thirteen to you. I give this land. And where was Abraham standing? When when God said that to him he was standing in. What is now the West Bank when he received word from the Lord? Listen God gave the land all of it to the Jewish people Zionists all around the world are remembering and celebrating a momentous occasion. That happened one hundred years ago so I let me define something. Let me define. What Zionist is. I know this term is thrown around by some consider it a bad word but the term Zionist isn't a bad word at all. Actually if you believe. It's this if you believe. The Jewish people have a right to list in their ancient homeland. Israel then your Zionist. Let me add one more thing. If you're a bible believing Christian who believes Jewish people have a right to exist in their ancient homeland because God gave it to them according to the scriptures then that makes you a Christian. Zionist Zionism is not a bad word. At all it's actually a pretty complex. Where it because you might have certain viewpoints on the two-state solution or you might have certain outlooks on who should live in certain areas of the land. What that doesn't actually determine whether or not you're is ionised or not as long as you believe the Jewish people have a right to self-determination in the land that makes you a Zionist. And if you believe that because of the scriptures you're a Christian Zionist so Zionist -brate this year because one hundred years ago in one thousand nine hundred ninety the allied powers who won World War One met in San Remo Italy for one of the most significant meetings related to the creation of a homeland for the Jewish people. So I I'm going to give you some context here prior to World War One. The Ottoman Empire controlled a large portion of the Middle East from Modern Day Turkey to Israel Jordan Syria Lebanon Iraq and Saudi Arabia in. Its earlier years. The Ottoman Empire even had parts of Eastern Europe and northern Africa. Either way from fifteen seventeen to nineteen seventeen that area that is now. Israel was controlled by the Ottoman Empire as the global conflict of war. One was raging the allied powers versus the central powers. It was it really is going to determine the outcome of what happens to the Ottoman Empire. The war actually started in Europe but quickly escalated into other continents. In other countries the Ottoman Empire sided with the Germans and other central powers making them a target for the allied powers which included the United Kingdom France Japan the United States and Italy. The war ended in nineteen eighteen and the allied powers. One and the Ottoman Empire's long standing rule over the Middle East came crumbling down leaving the allied powers to decide the fate of the Middle East. Now bear in mind. This is important to know Jewish people from all around the world had already been working for decades to convince the world powers to give permission for the Jewish people to create their own state. The state of Israel is not simply a byproduct of what happened in Woolworth's one and World War. Two Jewish people had been working to make sure that they have a homeland that they can go to a specific Jewish man named Theodor Herzl in the late nineteenth early twentieth century met with actually the Ottoman Sultan and the Kaiser of Germany to request permission to establish a Jewish state. So this is even happening before war. One this is even happening before World War Two. He was trying to convince major world powers of their endeavors and for some their message was met with optimism. They were excited to think. About the fact that the Jewish people would return to their ancient homeland but for others. It fell on deaf ears. Either way the message of the desire for the Jewish people to reconstitute themselves in their ancient homeland was getting out into the world. The World Zionist Congress was formed in eighteen ninety seven seventeen years even before war one started so leading up to war won the world powers at that time knew that the Jewish people wanted homeland in the area that was called Palestine at that time in fact during war one the British government issued what is now known as the Balfour Declaration in one thousand nine hundred seventeen and I want to read to you because becomes very important to our discussion here. It says this. His Majesty's government. This is coming out of the United Kingdom. His Majesty's government view with favour the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people and will use their best endeavours to facilitate the achievement of this object. It being clearly understood that nothing shall be done which may prejudice the civil and religious rights of existing non Jewish Communities in Palestine or the rights in the political status enjoyed by Jews and any other country the British government. Listen the British government already had the directive to see a Jewish state formed in their ancient homeland and this document actually that was formed in one thousand nine hundred seventeen coming out of England which said we want to help the Jewish people form a homeland for themselves in Israel that Israel. Today this document will actually become the basis for what we're GonNa talk about the San Remo conference that happened between April Nineteenth April twenty six nine thousand nine hundred twenty. The major allied powers met in San Remo Italy to discuss the outcome of the Ottoman Empire. Who who would rule in that area at what what would it look like? How would it be mapped out? Present at the conference where Italy Japan the United Kingdom France and the United States. Now the United States were observers. Only all of the other issues when it came to dividing up the Ottoman Empire in issuing who would rule in that area. We're coming from Italy Japan. The United Kingdom and France. The San Remo resolution actually passed on the twenty fifth of April determining the allocation of Class. A League of nations mandates for the administration of three unidentified Ottoman territories in the Middle East and these included Palestine Syria and Mesopotamia. Which is today modern day? Iraq essentially listened the British government and the French government. We're looking to see who was going to take control of these areas. The British delegation to San Remo was spearheaded by prime minister. David Lloyd George. And Lord Curzon who replaced Board Balfour as the foreign minister in Nineteen Nineteen Balfour. The one who wrote the Balfour Declaration was present at the conference. Even though he wasn't the foreign minister at that time he acted as a consultant for final settlement issues at both meetings of French expressed many reservations about the inclusion of the Balfour Declaration in this peace treaty and was only after the exertion of British pressure. That they were gradually persuaded to agree to it. Listen to what. The parties agreed to for Palestine. Which is now Israel this. This comes from the San Remo conference that happened in April one hundred years ago the High Contracting Parties agreed to by application of the provisions of article twenty two they wrote the administration of Palestine within such boundaries as may be determined by the principal allied powers to a mandatory to be selected by the said powers the mandatory will be responsible for putting into effect declaration originally made on November eighth nineteen seventeen by the British government and adopted by other allied powers in favor of the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people. It being clearly understood that nothing shall be done which may prejudice the civil and religious rights of existing non Jewish Communities in Palestine or the rights and political status enjoyed by Jews in any other country. See they basically just picked up in San Remo on the Balfour Declaration and in the end the French came in and they took control of Syria and the British took control of Palestine and Iraq. At that time it became the British mandate in Palestine the British were charged to ratify the Balfour Declaration in Palestine. They were tasked to create a homeland for the Jewish people..

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"remo" Discussed on QueerCast

QueerCast

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"remo" Discussed on QueerCast

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"remo" Discussed on QueerCast

QueerCast

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"remo" Discussed on QueerCast

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"remo" Discussed on QueerCast

QueerCast

12:55 min | 2 years ago

"remo" Discussed on QueerCast

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"remo" Discussed on QueerCast

QueerCast

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"remo" Discussed on QueerCast

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"remo" Discussed on QueerCast

QueerCast

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"remo" Discussed on QueerCast

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One Day, I Will: Aspirations of girls caught in crises revealed in stunning photographs

UN News

04:13 min | 3 years ago

One Day, I Will: Aspirations of girls caught in crises revealed in stunning photographs

"This is an academy with you and us from becoming a schoolteacher to training as a football player for girls between the ages of six and eighteen trapped in humanitarian in crisis shared their dreams with award winning photographer Vincent Remo a photographer for the U._N.. Office coordinating humanitarian affairs known as Osha Mr Tromo explained that it started as a game in which the girls dressed up in clothes depicting what they would like to be as adults at the opening of an exhibit that spread from the lobby of the story story Q._N.. Headquarters building to its gates outside Mr Trump's book with you and He photographed forty portraits of younger who attracting humanitarian crisis and whom I ask the simple question which is what you WanNa be when you grow what inspired you to undertake this project to desert game. You dress up as what you want to become when you grow when you're eight years old. Sometimes you don't have the words to express your twelve but you have the creativity into costume is best way to express yourself children they. They told me they were important and I felt the responsibility to transmit their stories to the highest level of authority authority because we're building the world so that's why I'm here today working with the U._N.. Office on humanitarian affairs you have photograph many different people in many any situations. Do you often speak to the subjects of your photos. I always talk to the people that actually when To portray it takes me five minutes to take it but I took for forty five minutes with each so I spent more time talking to the people that I spent taking the photos does to me. Talking to the people is what brings trust and the story behind. The photo is as important as the photo itself. How did these compared to some of your other works. This photo series is like a game to play. It's a window for those young people to think about their future for Y did also while having fun and dressing and that tends thing it brings always this. This photo series the project in itself when I come. I set up photos. photo-studio somewhere brings joy to the young people like portray and he's changed on different activities experiments during the day to day life. You know such harsh environment. Did any of the girls stand out during their photo sessions. Every single poultry <unk> for me in every single country is at least one person that is outstanding. In who I find an extreme potential which makes me think that is very important to raise awareness about them because I see potential everywhere go so in every country I can name you one specific person the business woman in Nepal the break dent in Iraq. I'm here for them. As the ambassador is this the end of the project or has it given spot for another undertaking started this. I never ambition goes that far to honest. There's just one story led to another and so now I think I need to organize project humour countries before releasing book and was he what he does. Is there anything else you would like to add with ultra. We collaborated to organize several exhibitions and won the world. We had the small one in New York. A few years years ago we went to Japan. We stumbled to Geneva. We are trying to raise awareness about the importance of giving access to education in to work very con- providing humanitarian trying to advocate for it to those people run the world I would just like to add that project advocates equality and the importance of giving access to Humanitarian Ed's education.

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Reno, Oklahoma City And Matt White discussed on Bulls and Bears

Bulls and Bears

00:21 sec | 3 years ago

Reno, Oklahoma City And Matt White discussed on Bulls and Bears

"A deadly tornados swept through L Reno Oklahoma Saturday night, killing two people and injuring at least twenty nine others. The twister twister level, the motel and tore through mobile home park in an Oklahoma City. Suburb, but L Reno's Matt mayor Matt white says their community is resilient and will overcome this devastation Remo are

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Is Britain on the Brink of Boris Johnson and Chaos?

The Kristen Hagopian Show

00:40 sec | 3 years ago

Is Britain on the Brink of Boris Johnson and Chaos?

"An opinion poll published by the times in London is suggesting the former British Foreign minister Boris Johnson as one of the favorites to replace. Theresa May John Clemens reports the flamboyant Boris Johnson is the favorite among party activists replace Theresa May resigned over great. Britain's plan to exit the European Union Remo tional resignation surprised many, but not all I do so with no ill will, but with enormous and enduring gratitude to have had the opportunity to serve the country. I love more than a dozen others are expected to battle for her position in a political struggle that last, at least two

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Jason Schreier, Fran And John Rao discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

02:38 min | 3 years ago

Jason Schreier, Fran And John Rao discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"Year's call of duty game. It's allegedly a soft reboot of modern warfare series and will be titled duty Mon and more fair. And it supposedly days away from reveal on may thirtieth. The news comes from Twitter user, and youtuber long sensation who simply tweeted out a name, along with the addition of quotes, I'm not joking. Kentucky's, Jason schreier known I reliably sources tweeted back, I can't confirm. This is true. And that is hilarious. The first one was called duty for modern warfare. So obviously, the fourth one fourth one is called call of duty modern warfare video games are just. Third. Jason also later discussed in the game as a quote soft reboot, and quote, and euro gamer has a run on the report, claiming its own sources that validate the name stories. It's important to note that collar duty modern warfare is not the same as the original two thousand seven modern warfare, which is full which in its full title. It's called duty for modern warfare mode again. Shipped too many call duty this however will be the fourth modern warfare game just in case you were getting yourself confused. I am. Yeah. Fran it's a lot of college talk, a lot of modern warfare semi day. Yeah. What's your thoughts on the title here? First of all, definitely, a little surprised because there's been so many call duties, and certainly modern warfare and advance warfare and this warfare, but it seems like they're sticking with it. It's just it is a little odd to me that they would go back to that name. But I mean, whatever who cares. Like gotta war was got a war, and like. Do we really care at the end of the day, if we see a trailer and the image sticks with us? I it's not like I'm gonna forget that it's called modern warfare. And it's twenty nine thousand you know what I mean? Exactly. And I also think it goes back to the roots. Everybody knows call duty for modern warfare that name is synonymous in that multi players shooting. John Rao, they've had the Remo mastered recently a couple what a year ago or so. And so you have that title in your brain, and you're thinking to yourself, man. I'm excited for more. If you're average gamer, like myself, sometimes, you get confused on which years, which, you know, trae arc sludge Amarillo who's doing Kenny ward. I don't know. But when I see duty modern warfare, I know okay, this is the game John round. The gets you make a really strong point, which is it is synonymous with one of most beloved versions of duty multiplayer and from that studio originally as well. Right. And so it's exciting to go back to that. And that seems to be the message that is possibly coming down the pike

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Woman leaves kids to save brother in Syria

Invisibilia

06:39 min | 3 years ago

Woman leaves kids to save brother in Syria

"Have a special present for you today. Courtesy of our friends at embedded it's this amazing story of young woman, whose mother of two small children, and who leaves them and risks her life to save her brother from Syria where he's fighting with ISIS. Now admit I have a soft spot for nontraditional efforts to fight terrorism. Some of you might remember that a few years ago, I did a story about a small Denmark town, where a couple of cops at an also Eleanor slave and link tore life-link kept getting calls from parents who sons had gone missing in the three. They were young men from Muslim neighborhoods. And then there were five on the newer seven who'd been radicalized. Seventy two was ten and snuck off to fight in Syria. I mean, what could we do these cops were trying to figure out what? Can we do about it? What Allen and tore life? Ultimately did was create one of the most unusual counter-terrorism approaches out there to hear their story. Just scroll to the season two called flip the script in urine visibility feed, but I listen to the stellar reporting for my colleagues Ruth Sherlock and Kelly mcevers. Here's Kelly in two thousand ten a guy set himself on fire into nesia in eventually died. People went out into the streets and demanded that the dictator of Tunisia had to go and soon millions of people across the Middle East. We're doing the same thing including in Syria. You might not remember this, but the war in Syria, actually started as a protest. Pretty soon, though, government forces started shooting protesters, and people started fighting back, that's when it became a civil war government versus anti-government. Then it became something else. I covered Syria back then, and to go there, we would have to sneak over the border from Turkey. At one point, we started to see these other guys crossing the border to. Guys with long beards and short pants carrying gun sized boxes guys who would say they were doctors. But looked like something else guys from the Gulf, the former Soviet Union Europe and Africa. And the Turks wanted to let these guys into Syria. So they could help fight against the Syrian government. What they didn't know what none of us knew was it, eventually some of these guys who came over the border would have other goals like fighting not just the Syrian government, but anyone who stood in the way of their Olten it goal to build an Islamic state. That was how it all started today's show is about how it ends. That's coming up. Support for this podcast and the following message come from Dulles International Airport with a dedicated in toll free airport. Access highway from the beltway. I a d means it's accessible to DC with the highest on time takeoff percentage of any airport on the east coast. I a d means I'm already departing and with nonstop flights to more than one hundred thirty five destinations. I a d means I'm already at my destination. More at fly Dellis dot com slash fast. Support also comes from gusto, providing payroll, benefits and HR built for the way small businesses work with gusto. Your federal, state, and local payroll taxes are all automatically calculated paid and filed on your behalf. You can even use gusto to offer your team health benefits and for a one case more than sixty thousand businesses nationwide us gusto for full service payroll. HR. Tools and health insurance. To learn more, go to gusto dot com slash NPR. If you've been following the news, you know that has now been driven out of its territory in Syria and Iraq, some hardcore fighters are dead. Some are in prison. Some are regrouping around the region. But what they left behind is a newer, and in some ways, even more complicated problem, tens of thousands of people who were living under the Islamic state now have nowhere to go the world literally does not know what to do with them. Some of them women and children who chose to follow their husbands, or boyfriends or fathers to ISIS territory. Others were forced to go or kidnapped. And there are others men who lived and worked under ISIS, but it's not clear if they actually fought or killed anyone. What's more complicated? A lot of these guys are from Europe and North America countries that aren't super eager to bring back anyone affiliated with ISIS. Ruth Sherlock covers Syria for NPR, and she's been reporting on the people who ISIS left behind for months. And she has the story of one woman who's looking for her brother to protect your privacy. We're calling this woman. Rima. And her story is all about what you do when someone you love gets caught up in a situation that is way bigger than you could have imagined. Here's worth. Even before he disappeared Remo worried about how old brother, she worried because he was in his thirties and struggling, he had trouble keeping jobs. 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Tenants are up in arms over the sale of apartments on the most prominent boulevard in old Communist East Germany

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:08 min | 4 years ago

Tenants are up in arms over the sale of apartments on the most prominent boulevard in old Communist East Germany

"Is one of Berlin's most impressive relics from the era when half the city was separated by the iron curtain built between nineteen fifty two and nineteen sixty. I'm speaking of Karl Marx Allee it runs for a little over two kilometers between Alexanderplatz and the Frankfurt tour. What was the eastern side and was frequently uses location for military parades. But now seven hundred apartments on the Karl Marx have been bought by property developer. And there have been complaints. Sebastian borger is a London correspondent for that target speaker, and he joins me on the line. Now. Welcome back to monocle twenty four Sebastian just explain how prominent this boulevard is a great highlight of old communist east, Germany, wasn't it. It's it most certainly was. I mean, that's the whole way of the communists building their new apparently new towns. A little bit like Barron house did in Paris in the nineteenth century in those slums. And in this case, of course, all the pond our buildings, and and build as you said parade boulevards, and then the housing, in fact, of course, particularly in those roads was very prestigious was built to the high standards. Indeed, they had everything from hot water to mice tiles. And as a result, it's became it's become a very desirable place for people to live nowadays so much so this enormous property developer deutscher von has bought it and plans to do want plans to refurbish it and put it on the open market's, which of course, a lot of particularly east billons aren't used to you have to remember that. I mean, one of the great advantages of the communist east in January, but but I guess east Germany is the one I know best was that people. First of all had security of where they lived. And Secondly, the rents were in our western comparison ridicules low I remember going to Bill in nine hundred ninety talking to people, in fact, of course, friends of mine moving there and paying rents like AT Mark spec than eighty marks for for apartments starch marks apartments where you in the west in the comparible city in the west you would have paid ten times fifteen times that sometimes even twenty times and other the silent has become a victim of its own success being very attractive place to live as well. What can the Berlin authorities? Now do given the fact that it's reported that now there is nobody building four. Audible housing in in Berlin, and rents are getting beyond the means of average people. That's the problem. That's exactly the problem. You you put your finger on it. I mean, if if if the government if the local authorities on building enough flats, then of course on the open market, it's it gets higher and higher. And that's not a Berlin problem. I mean, we have the same. We've just had a demonstration in stood guard, we constantly problems in Munich, for example, which is really overheating in Berlin. I guess the the the answer would be for the government to to start building. And but also there are clear laws, which restrict the the the amount you can charge for for incentive piece companies have been reckless in the way, they charging people, for example, we've had a scandal about another of those enterprises charging for remo-. Moving snow for months when there was no snow. I mean that that's the kind of the hidden charges that that get really get people's backs up

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