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"rima" Discussed on The Wisdom Podcast

The Wisdom Podcast

03:13 min | 3 months ago

"rima" Discussed on The Wisdom Podcast

"There were so many wonderful. I was surrounded by really wonderful people and beings to accomplish this book. And i'm just so grateful. It's it's an honor for us to publish it as well and you know doing adama book israeli gives you an insight into the interconnectedness of how everyone has to come together to produce this in like you're saying beings seen and unseen yes. Totally totally was a humbling moment. So what's for rima. What's your next project. So well i have a an exhibition coming up in full but at the same time We are trying to Organize this exhibition tour of this book. I kept those fourteen drawings from the book hoping to create an exhbition hopefully tour to in order to spread his message and this woman who was the former president of the foundation. She wants to help me as volunteer to organize tour. So we're working on that and It's going well so far in once we have the venues a will start the poor and hopefully it will go into several cities or maybe more in the world while so i to in person which is nice in us cities and maybe beyond is the plan. Fantastic that's the plan. We've been busy with that. I wasn't stated yeah. I was very excited. When i heard that this might be happening. And so if people are listening they're gonna wanna know. Well how can i find out if when this is happening and where and i can say As soon as we know will put it in the show. Notes on the website for this episode. is there any other way up-to-date of course i will i will announce on my website remortgaged dot com and my instagram facebook. All old the news and also yes. I think that's the that's the best way. So that's the keep in contact with all your work. Is your website. Facebook instagram fate. And so as anything else you wanna share with us before we wrap up now. This is wonderful. I think we covered wonderful things today. And thank you so much for having me daniel. I know how busy you all. I wanna thank you for sharing this precious precious journey and story. Uso been generous. So thank you so much. Thank you so much it was going to thank you for.

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"rima" Discussed on The Wisdom Podcast

The Wisdom Podcast

05:29 min | 3 months ago

"rima" Discussed on The Wisdom Podcast

"I couldn't believe it. I never even i mean i never even thought of that. I mean who am i to do such a big project right. I'm like are you serious. are you sure. And he's like yes. Yes please still. Wow right and so you know how you get started with something like that. That sounds like an amazing and but also a heavy obligation in many ways. Yes so how would you start like for example. What's what's the first illustration. Where do you start exactly. So my first. And then. I wanted to Maybe you don't know that i i. I wanted to publish this in japan. Because i'm japanese and also because they're not that many books about his holiness in japan so i felt this responsible as responsibility to introduce him in depth to the japanese audience. So it meant it made sense to me so a approached some top publishers. there I know them from my previous books. And i know some editors there and believe it or not. It took two years. Wow yes because it was a long process because bigger the company is longer takes writer. All these Departments you have to go through so seriously took two years and at the end it didn't work out. They wanted to publish something which was totally different. And i. i was torn to be honest with you. Because i was. I really wanted to publish it there. But there were demands. Were so different from what. I was visualizing. Yeah right a. Became a different pasig and i set and and it took me a lot of courage to say no because there were huge army one of the biggest companies in japan and while they wanna control creative control yes creative content everything that because they wanted to settle but it became so far away from the authenticity of what is spoke. Should be about you know. Absolutely i had to really have the integrity in that so it was a difficult decision. You'll samurai spirit had to come up. Yes yes i think so. And then i had also support from his harness one nine so i was struggling with this decision and one night i had a dream again and i was sitting with his holiness. Were laughing talking. And then all of a sudden he took my hand gently and he looked at me into my eyes and he smiled. And then i woke up and then everything started to go so smoothly i felt so good and i.

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"rima" Discussed on The Wisdom Podcast

The Wisdom Podcast

03:37 min | 3 months ago

"rima" Discussed on The Wisdom Podcast

"That's quite amazing right. I know it is because when i started making picture books for the tibetan refugee kids i was lucky. The first book. I made in two thousand. I think or nine thousand nine hundred ninety nine. It was two thousand. His all innis wrote a forward and after that he always rode afford for my books. My for my book and then At after ten years. I think i felt ready to meet him in person before that i was offered an i did see him. casually like not officially but he always said hello and we talked and hour. I used to see him twice three times a year in either new york tokyo india but after ten after ten years or so i felt kind of ready to meet officially and i was offered to have an odious with official audience to present my books and Spy did not. It was still under fall. And he was just so kind and and It was just so moving to be in his presence as an official audience but did his holiness say when he saw your work. Your book slow. It was interesting because it was a the waldo of in new york that the hotel and i was the first in the morning. I was the first audience person in the morning when i enter the room. I could feel that he was not in a good mood. I knew it. He took my hand. He smiled a little. It's you good to see you. And he took my hand. But i sense energy that he was not in in in a good mood. I got nervous. I'm like oh my god. He doesn't like me he doesn't want to see. I just wanna go home. I guess so nervous. But i said okay just take a big breath and then just do my work. So i presented by bug and then and He was he was still a little bit quiet and low. And i was like. Oh my gosh. Maybe he's not feeling well. I don't know but then i offered him one of my drawings from the book. It was a portrait of his dog that he used to have He he adored that dog So when i presented to him. I said his only are your holiness. This is mike gift to you. He just lit up and all of a sudden he said. Oh my goodness so beautiful. Thank you so. He ended really well later. That day i found out that he just heard the news right before my audience. That president obama canceled the meeting with him. Oh yeah so he has. I think humans very discouraged to 'cause i think that was the main reason he basically came to. Us died during that visit so no wonder he was little bit down. Yeah it wasn't you.

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"rima" Discussed on The Wisdom Podcast

The Wisdom Podcast

02:57 min | 3 months ago

"rima" Discussed on The Wisdom Podcast

"You are a descendant of the last sim- awry and i was wondering what what is the story there. Oh yes so. You've seen the last summer. The movie with tom cours. yes i know. They're my ancestors. Wow yes and so. I grew up hearing about it so much from my especially from my grandmother. She was so proud and as a child. You know i was like Two three years old and she would give me the ski wilder of the shogun's face on a and as a small charlie. It's not something you would and see what. Give it to me that this is so important you keep it forever with you. Okay and then. I said who is this. This is the last summer and we come from that clan and so and over and over she would talk about how dignify that they were my ancestors and but it didn't really i was like okay. So what but much later in. My life I started to read about about summarize code and and the way the summarize our were i would say and they i found some good qualities like We have in buddhism like compassion. Loyalty justice Honesty all this. The summarize lived by those codes. So I started to have some interesting it in But it only happened later in my life. Yes so you have this lineage of discipline in the code ivana was your family buddhist as well at the same yes both of my parents but my parents are not religious. It's very common in japan. I would say the mass I i shouldn't say this. But general in general were not very religious So a lot of times. This is a funny story. A lotta times are japanese had weddings in the church although they're not christian Just because women went to wear those white dresses beautiful environment So what they do is right before the wedding they go to the church and then kind of have this.

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"rima" Discussed on The Wisdom Podcast

The Wisdom Podcast

02:06 min | 3 months ago

"rima" Discussed on The Wisdom Podcast

"You are a descendant of the last sim- awry and i was wondering what what is the story there. Oh yes so. You've seen the last summer. The movie with tom cours. yes i know. They're my ancestors. Wow yes and so. I grew up hearing about it so much from my especially from my grandmother. She was so proud and as a child. You know i was like Two three years old and she would give me the ski wilder of the shogun's face on a and as a small charlie. It's not something you would and see what. Give it to me that this is so important you keep it forever with you. Okay and then. I said who is this. This is the last summer and we come from that clan and so and over and over she would talk about how dignify that they were my ancestors and but it didn't really i was like okay. So what but much later in. My life I started to read about about summarize code and and the way the summarize our were i would say and they i found some good qualities like We have in buddhism like compassion. Loyalty justice Honesty all this. The summarize lived by those codes. So I started to have some interesting it in But it only happened later in my

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Rima Fujita Illustrates the Dalai Lamas Life

The Wisdom Podcast

02:06 min | 3 months ago

Rima Fujita Illustrates the Dalai Lamas Life

"You are a descendant of the last sim- awry and i was wondering what what is the story there. Oh yes so. You've seen the last summer. The movie with tom cours. yes i know. They're my ancestors. Wow yes and so. I grew up hearing about it so much from my especially from my grandmother. She was so proud and as a child. You know i was like Two three years old and she would give me the ski wilder of the shogun's face on a and as a small charlie. It's not something you would and see what. Give it to me that this is so important you keep it forever with you. Okay and then. I said who is this. This is the last summer and we come from that clan and so and over and over she would talk about how dignify that they were my ancestors and but it didn't really i was like okay. So what but much later in. My life I started to read about about summarize code and and the way the summarize our were i would say and they i found some good qualities like We have in buddhism like compassion. Loyalty justice Honesty all this. The summarize lived by those codes. So I started to have some interesting it in But it only happened later in my

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"rima" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:06 min | 4 months ago

"rima" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Hello and welcome to news from the BBC World Service. We're coming to you live from London. I'm James Menendez on my main story today remains the conflict and unrest in the Middle East. Later in the program we're going to hear from the Israeli town that's seen the worst confrontations between its Jewish and Arab residents over the past few days. We'll talk to the police about how they're dealing with the sectarian clashes and ask why they've suddenly turned so violent But we are going to begin with the other dimension to this conflict. The heavy exchange of fire Between the Israeli military on the Palestinian militants of Hamas, who controlled Gaza last night saw the heaviest bombardment of the territory so far with people in the north of the narrow coastal strip fleeing their homes, in part because of fears about a ground invasion. I've been speaking to one young woman in Gaza City, a student who's recently graduated called Rima Abu Rahma, and I asked her first when the bombs and missiles start to fool. How did she take shelter? We have no shelters in Gaza. The materials needed to build shelters are not allowed to enter Gaza by Israel. We try to find safe spots on we all know that there are no safe spots and Gaza, but We stay in the center of the house in low apartments. People will come each other. They stand with each other's thief who live in the high places or something like that. They go down. We try to tell kids that it's saying for it. We're gonna be okay. We pray to God that we don't get killed that way. Beloved ones and realities do not get killed. But we all know that no place and no one is safe in Gaza on. I guess it's an impossible to sleep. Well, this is all going on. No witness sleep last night. No one sleep. I know that for sure. We were checking on each other all the time. We call each other. I used to the life. Yeah, I'm a life. Okay. Okay. Bye. That's how it is in Gaza. And what do you do during the day? Is it Is it quieter now? Are you able to go out and buy food and and and do normal things that we can't go like? Walk comfort? Because crazy dangerous and we go one by one because Being in the group is also dangerous. Israel targets cars People includes We Walk to the biggest markets and buy the things that we need. We try to help people who fled their homes yesterday. We try to provide them with what they need, like. Everyone helps everyone Hagen guys that we are there for each other, but it's really hard. Now it's come on. It's a little calmer. But they can continue the attacks. Anytime we keep our windows open. We stay away from Windows dogs. The dogs must also be open. As it is today. People from the north of Gaza try to escape their homes. But the dog But those were liked from the From the power of bomb bank. They wouldn't open so they were stuck and their homes on did a bombardment. A mother and take Children and she's already friend. She couldn't escape Head house. They tried to get you out of the house by the windows. She's in the third floor, so that wasn't easy. When they went out of the house, they the streets were full of big lads, chatted glasses, tones. On bombardment was if the way they were bumping above their heads. So it's a maker. They made it out of life. What do you want? What do your dreams for the future once this is over rematch? Just just curious. What? You know what your hopes for the future. Right now, No one is able to think of anything. We're just hoping that my family my beloved ones on my friends. I out of this world alive and in good health. That's all I can hope. Forget. Now. That's it. We're all gonna be the French people were experiencing something so awful that We need to try to find new purpose to our life, I guess. Was Rima Abu Rahma. Speaking to me from Gaza City, Well, 119 people have been killed in Gaza. A native died in Israel since Monday. We've bean trying to speak to the idea for the Israeli military all day, but we haven't been able to secure Until you let's talk to the BBC's Paul Adams, who's in Jerusalem and joins us life Now is a ground invasion on the cards pool. I think it's still possible, James, but I don't know if that decision has been taken. Clearly, the signs overnight, let a lot of people in Gaza to believe that such a thing was actually beginning to happen. And some rather clumsy messaging by the Israeli defense forces rather reinforced that message until they rode back a little bit later in the evening, But what they did do was a major operation which involved artillery fire. In addition, To the more precise air strikes that have bean used in the last four or five days, and I think it was that use of artillery. That convinced an awful lot of people up in the northern part of the Gaza Strip that something different was was beginning to unfold. It was also the fact that the Israelis were going after A network of tunnels meant that they almost certainly used some pretty high explosives in the process and that contributed to the sense of panic. Yes, I wanted to ask you about those tunnels. What are they? So the Israelis have had a problem with these for years because ever since Garza was essentially cut off from the outside world, those inside not surprisingly, have attempted to tunnel Outside whether it's to smuggle in goods from neighboring Egypt or, in some cases, in the case of off Hamas and other militant organizations, attempts to tunnel out into Israel so that They could infiltrate forces into Israel to carry out attacks. The Israelis are saying that actually the tunnels they attacked this time we're inside the strip. They weren't through. They went under the border. They were part of what they describe as a metro system off tunnels where Hamas can move men and equipment without being seen by the Israeli authorities. They say the Israelis say they were going on intelligence that allowed them to identify. Where these networks were, and I think they were pretty determined in the course of a rather intense hour to destroy as much of that complexes they could. It's something we're gonna be talking about in a few minutes time on the program for But can you tell us anything about mediation efforts? Well, it's difficult to know exactly what's going on. We have heard reports in the last hour or so suggesting that these mediation efforts almost certainly involving the Egyptian government and possibly others. May have intensified somewhat in the last few hours on that they could be on the verge of yielding some sorts of results. I simply cannot judge From where I'm sitting the likelihood of a positive outcome. But we are hearing those reports and we even aware that efforts have been underway for several days were also still waiting for the arrival of an American envoy. But we did about his arrival for the last 24 or 36 hours, and there's no sign of him yet, So I'm not quite sure where he is. Okay. Paul, thanks very much. The BBC's Paul Adams during his life from Jerusalem And as they say, we are going to be talking about those mediation efforts and Egyptian Egypt's influence in just a few minutes time. Of course, we'll the latest on our website to BBC dot com Forward slash knees. Now Children as young as 12 are eligible for the fires of biotech covert vaccine in the United States, But many Americans are hesitant, especially when it comes to inoculating their.

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US Birth Rate Falls 4% in 2020

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00:26 sec | 5 months ago

US Birth Rate Falls 4% in 2020

"Public health officials report. The U. S birth rate declined 4% last year, biggest one year decrease in nearly a half century. Experts say that drop is likely due to cope in 19 and its economic impact. But researchers are working on follow up given that many of those pregnancies began before the pandemic hit the U. S. Birth rates dropped for Mom's of every major race and ethnicity and in nearly every age group baby sees Mark Rima lard

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White House says it's working on access to migrant centers

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00:40 sec | 6 months ago

White House says it's working on access to migrant centers

"Of migrants coming to the U. S. Southern border continues the Biden administration continuing to face questions and criticism. Here's NBC's Mark Rima lard with more White House communications director Kate Bedingfield on ABC this week says in the near term, the administration is opening up additional locations to house unaccompanied minors or Bliss, for example, and Lackland Air Force Base are going to open up beds. She acknowledged that that is a temporary solution and says the vice president is working on broader reforms. Republican Senator Dan Sullivan called on the president and vice president to visit the border. To me. It was shocking. I think the president the vice president need to go down there. See what I saw. Mark Gray Malard ABC news.

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"rima" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:40 min | 8 months ago

"rima" Discussed on KOMO

"Their details over that extremist concerns. Now they say that they will be sent home and then their command. Back at their home base, or, uh, you know, law enforcement back where they live, will conduct any further investigation or disciplinary action, or whatever might come of this that will be conducted. Once they get home. Then the other 10 were removed, according to the Department of Defense. Or other reasons, disciplinary issues or there was Some potential criminal links or something like that, that they uncovered through this additional vetting process and the Department of Defense said in all of these cases, The first goal was just removed them from service or remove them from this particular assignment. And then once they return home, they'll investigators see if there's anything that needs to be done further. We're speaking with ABC s Mark Rima lard who's on the scene in Washington, D C and Mark You are there on the scene? By this time tomorrow, Jill Biden will be the president of the United States. Yes, o Biden. Term is going to begin on a very somber note tonight. The city of Washington, D. C, as well as the country marked the grim milestone of 400,000 people dead from covert 19. We passed that milestone today on right now, Currently I'm standing outside the Washington National Cathedral, one of the largest cathedrals in the country, where they told the Bells 400 times tonight. One per every 1000 deaths to mark that grim milestone and, you know, I think it's um Just extraordinary or or, incredibly, uh, astounding that 400,000 people have died in 364 days Since our first case, the first case in the United States occurred one year. Ago tomorrow on Inauguration Day, So it shows how serious this is, and it's just been just over a month since 300,000 people had died. So Biden's term begins on a very somber note. And as we know he's got his work. Cut out for him. A veces Mark Rima lard in Washington, D C. Mark, thank you and look forward to hearing your reporting on Inauguration Day. Yeah, thank you for having me. The public got a chance to tell lawmakers what they think of a major climate bill in Olympia. The bill proposes a cap and trade program for greenhouse gas emitters, which environmentalists like Iris and Hman spoke against corporations would pay a price that's far too low and would then be allowed to continue polluting energy companies such as PSE and BP supported the bill. State governments, including Washington's..

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"rima" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:41 min | 8 months ago

"rima" Discussed on KOMO

"Notify them about one of these guard members. And then, in the other case, it was from an anonymous tip. Actually, for so there were two of them that have been removed from their details over that extremist concerns. Now they say that they will be sent home and then their command back at their home base or Uh, you know, law enforcement back where they live, will conduct any further investigation or disciplinary action or whatever might come of this that will be conducted once they get home. Then the other 10 were removed, according to the Department of Defense, for other reasons, disciplinary issues or there was Some potential criminal links or something like that, that they uncovered through this additional vetting process and the Department of Defense said in all of these cases, The first goal was just removed them from service or remove them from this particular assignment. And then once they return home, they'll investigate or see if there's anything that needs to be done further. We're speaking with ABC s Mark Rima Lard who's on the scene in Washington, D. C and Mark You are there on the scene. By this time tomorrow, Jill Biden will be the president of the United States. So Biden Term is going to begin on a very somber note tonight. The city of Washington, D. C, as well as the country marked the grim milestone of 400,000 people. Dead from covert 19. We passed that milestone today. I'm right now. Currently I'm standing outside the Washington National Cathedral, one of the largest cathedrals in the country. Where they told the Bells 400 times tonight. One per every 1000 deaths to mark that grim milestone and, you know, I think it's um This extraordinary or or incredibly in astounding that 400,000 people have died in 364 days since our first case. The first case in the United States occurred one year. Ago tomorrow on Inauguration Day, So it shows how serious this is, and it's just been just over a month. It's 300,000 people had died. So Biden's term begins on a very somber note. And as we know he's got his work cut out for him. ABC is Mark Rima Lard in Washington, D C. Mark, thank you and look forward to hearing your reporting on Inauguration Day. Yeah, thank you for having me. We'll have full coverage tomorrow. Here on coma news. That's come most. Charlie Harder. Come on. News news. Are you ready? Make your best guess Who is it? Who is it Time? The comb. Oh, afternoon sound bite. Mob was fed lies..

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"rima" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:26 min | 9 months ago

"rima" Discussed on KGO 810

"I'm taking the latter half of the show here, Angie, Clear on KGO. Well. Joe Biden has criticized the Trump administration because, he says, at the rate the vaccines are going out. It will take years to vaccinate all Americans years. So he was talking in Delaware this afternoon, and he said the outgoing administration is far behind delivering what's needed, he says a few weeks ago, quoting from President elect Biden now in a few weeks, the Trump administration suggested that 20 million Americans could be vaccinated by the end of December. With only a few days left in December. We've on Lee vaccinated a few million so far, and the pace of the vaccination program is moving now, if it continues to move as it is, it will take years, not months. Vaccinate the American people. Further, he said. I'm going to move heaven and earth to get us going in the right direction. I'm going to use my power under the Defense Production Act when I'm sworn in in order. Order private industry to accelerate the making of the materials needed for the vaccines as well as protective gear. It will take more time than anyone would like you said. More time than the promises from the Trump administration have suggested. He called it the greatest operational challenge we have ever faced. As a nation. Always being honest right up front. Let's find out what's happening on that front. And I'm gonna bring onto you. Someone from ABC. Mark Rima Lard ABC News correspondent, Mark Thanks for joining me. Hey, Thanks for having me. So where is this falling apart? Is it Is it pace of available vaccines? It's Is it the messaging about the vaccines? Where Where does this whole scenario about getting 20 Million people vaccinated fall down. I think it's ah, depending on who you ask. It could be at any level from the federal government to the state level to the local level. It could be at any particular level, depending on who you ask. Really? Because at the federal level you have a federal government that Ah can only do so much based on the system in which our country operates the federal government, as Admiral Bret Sherawat has said, who's on the Coronavirus task force? The federal government does not storm into Texas or Montana and distribute vaccines. That's not how things work. They pass it off to the states. But there has been reports of Fizer having vaccines sitting on shelves at times because they have said these vaccines already, But the operation warp speed hasn't placed the orders or moved those supply to the states. So There's some, perhaps, and blame to be pointed there then at the state level, you have states that are responsible for distributing these vaccines, taking them from the federal government and sending them out and directing the companies like FedEx and you bet ups where they need to go that they need to go to this hospital in this city. Um, but then, from there, we've heard reports at the local level the hospital saying Well, one of the things get off the truck from FedEx and ups. No one knows what to do with them. And then each hospital is operating on its own system. And we've heard at times a chaotic free for all style systems. In some of these hospitals, where you know, sometimes administrators air getting vaccines rather than frontline. Workers and nurses. And so really, each level here is an issue. But I think the real takeaway from this, particularly from some of these top medical officials, and people, like Dr Anthony Fauci and Dr Ashish Job from Brown University is the focus on the last mile. It's that once those boxes come off the trucks Where did they go? And who's in charge? And how do we distribute those effectively and equitably? And I think that's where there's a real lacking at this point. You know what I noticed? And you can tell me if this is something that you've seen hold true. Almost everything we talk about these days has bickering between Democrats and Republicans particular when it comes to finger pointing, and I noticed that although Joe Biden today was very straightforward, saying the Trump administration is messing this up. I haven't heard that same thing for coming from Congress. I haven't heard them get involved in questions of distribution or the pace of vaccines. Have you heard anything from them and collectively? No, not collectively. But you know, I think one of the things when we talk about Congress on their role in this, I think it's not to be overlooked here that one of the reasons that the states are having trouble and states are having a hard time with this right now is because many of their health departments are vastly overstretched as a result of this pandemic from you know the early days of having to ramp up testing and things like that. It was difficult process, and many of these health departments are very stretched. And they went months and months without additional funding as a result of Congress not being able to pass another stimulus plan. So you have now that stimulus plan passed and signed by President Trump. I think that you know when we when I speak about Dr Job, for example, for Brown University was saying, there's there's reason to be hopeful that this slow beginning in this kind of chaotic beginning to the vaccine rollout. Could be assisted by a lot of the funds of the states will receive. So I think Congress also plays a role in some of the questions here about how this vaccine rollout has gone just as a result of these states, not really getting the funding that could help them, roll it out faster and more efficiently. I'm talking to Mark Robo lard He, Ray Velarde. Pardon me. Mark is with ABC news court. I keep wanting to call you as you know, Mark really yard because it sounds much, you know, Higher end Mark Bremer. Lard is with ABC news. I don't know if this is something you've looked into Mark, correct me if you have it, but No, we here particularly on the Internet. A lot of friends theories. You know, Bill Gates has a vaccine plot, and it's funded by George Soros and etcetera, etcetera. You know if that's had any real impact on the numbers of people getting vaccinated, willing to be vaccinated. Is that something we haven't quite studied yet. I don't know that that's been necessarily studied yet, and I would question whether or not the Venn diagram overlaps with the people who are currently getting vaccinations or access to vaccines of right now, The lot of the people who are getting the vaccines are Healthcare workers, people who work in the medical industry. And so you know, I don't have data to necessarily say what the numbers of of, you know, belief and trust in this bag. Either of these vaccines is within those circles. But presumably, I think that's probably higher than the general public where we've seen pulling of. A lot of Americans who are concerned about the safety or whether or not they would get it and all the way from just general. Hey, this. I feel like this system has moved too fast down to conspiracy theories about vaccines, So I think there's a wide of, uh, you know, spectrum there, but I'm not sure that How much the Venn diagram overlaps there from these groups of people who are very skeptical of it for particularly for conspiracy reasons, and whether or not those of the group's their access to vaccines at this point, But you know that's a great question As to whether or not you know how much of that is. We have heard. I will say this we have heard about No, um fire departments and, um, frontline workers and things like that, who have expressed concerns and you know, there's a lot of people who have expressed concerns based on how fast this whole process Has gone. Yeah, Yeah, understandably appreciate that. Well, Mark, I appreciate your work as well. And I do have to say anybody who uses the term been diagram on my show is an automatic shoe in for another. Another conversations will be bringing you back You Thanks really informative market. All right. Take care. Marc Rayman lard of ABC News. I want to open up the phones to you. And see what you're thinking about this vaccine. I know there were people who are reluctant to get it just because of this sheer speed of how the studying went down. I mean, obviously, you can't say Well, this is what will happen with people who got the vaccine five years down the road. Obviously, that kind of study can't happen and hasn't happened yet. On the other hand, there's been a serious serious push with the best of science in the best of scientists who get out an effective vaccine as fast as possible. Based on the importance of getting this done, Would you get the vaccine? What are your concerns about getting the vaccine? If you do get the vaccine. What are you worried might happen. Would you let your child get the vaccine? These are all questions..

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"rima" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

07:24 min | 10 months ago

"rima" Discussed on WTVN

"Right now it is the mark Blazer show with Josh Cease. So the FDA getting ready to give the all clear here, but the first vaccines administered across the pond and let's bring in from ABC News. Mark Rima lard for the very latest on this mark. Welcome in. How are you? A very good Yeah, That's right. The first doses going into arms in the UK today, the first in the world. In fact, the first lady was a 91 year old woman named Margaret Keenan. She's from Northern Ireland. There's this great photograph of her where she's sitting in the chair, and she's rolling up her merry Christmas shirt and getting the vaccine in her arm, the pretty great picture. But so basically, she was asked afterward how she felt, and she said she wasn't nervous at all. About getting the vaccine. And so the UK beginning distribution and actual back vaccination, and the U. S might not be far behind. It's the FDA is meeting on the 10th to discuss possible approval of the Visor vaccine. And as we understand from health Secretary Alex Cesar, who said over the weekend it's possible that we get approval. Following that meeting with that within days, and then from there, the doses begin to go out. All right, So did they talk about any kind of a reaction yet? Any kind of symptom or a side effect? If you will. Yes, so today. Actually, the government released materials ahead of the meeting That's taking place on Thursday and there was a lot of very positive news within this report, they reported. No major side effects in more than 38,000 participants in these clinical trials and two months of follow up as a medium, so half the cases they followed up for at least two months, half were Under that amount, But they said that one of the lines have stuck out to me here was that, uh, following up up to the second dose suggested a favorable safety profile, with no specific safety concerns identified that would preclude issuance. Of an emergency use authorization, so that's a very positive sign. What we've understood about this is that between the ages of 16 55, about half the people who got the vaccine. Had some level of side effect of which were typically mild that included things like fatigue or headaches. About a third reported some chills or muscle pains. But those are about the only side effects of that have been reported so far. Nothing that we're aware of. That has been major or significant of concern. And of course, we also know The efficacy of this vaccine remains to be about 95%, which is pretty incredible. All right. Very good. Mark Rimmer Lard ABC news Thanks very much for the very latest on this and you know, similar to marital side effects, I think is what we could say the fatigue that aches those air what? My wife uses us excuses at night. For, like, not cooking dinner? No. Yeah, That's what I'm sure. Yeah. Has anybody checked on this lady? By the way? Who was the first one to get the too soon for those jobs? All picture of her? She doesn't look 90 good for her. I again just poking fun a little bit, But, yeah, good for her being the first one, I guess Post What approval? I guess we could say, because she's technically not the first. I just like it when you know it's like it's just mild side effects. Headache, you know, nausea, you know, fatigue, chills. Irritation at the site like that say you can call that mild if you want. I don't That's that's really uncomfortable. So I wanted to pivot to this, too, because I wanted we needed to get to this, at least in the first hour will cover it. Maura's the show goes on, but it was interesting that this happened while we were researching this To speak about it on the air today, but the FBI has joined in on the Casey Goodson shooting investigation. Now he's a 23 year old man. He was shot by a sheriff's deputy, Jason Mead. And I guess kind of the footnotes are they were on a stakeout in his area where they live. He goes by waving a gun. They were leaving. By the way. The stakeout they were leaving. Nothing had come up. They were getting ready to leave. He goes by waving a gun pulls into a driveway. They then are going. We just had somebody waving a gun. So it was Jason meat and somebody with the U. S marshal's office. Jason gets out. They draw down on him, You know, Drop the weapon. There are reports that there is a witness that was present to hear. Drop the weapon. Drop the gun! Drop the weapon. And, um, the you know, he, Casey did not. And as a result, I was told also that he began to go into the house where the driveway he had pulled into. He was trying to go into that house. Where they at this point, the officer who's 17 years SWAT veteran from what I understand, Jason meet Was telling him drop the weapon. He's trying to go into this house and he was shot and Casey was shot. And now he is dead. Um, the interesting part of this. There's a couple of things. He is a CCW holder, according to his family. There was checks on this and it is true that Casey, the 23 year old, who was killed he was a CCW holder. And he also had said he was a gun advocate. Now the thing that doesn't make sense for me is if he was a gun advocate, and he's a CCW holder. Now. I don't know when he got his license, because I know I believe every three years unless they've changed. I believe it's every three years. You have to re up. I know that when I went through the training Mean there's explicit instructions when you are told drop the weapon or in any situation. You have to let officers know that you have a weapon. Certainly. You don't want to have it in your hand. When they're coming up. They don't know your intentions and so on. I don't know why this guy just didn't get down. And you know, from what I understand. He's saying he was a CCW holder. And all of that doesn't exempt you from any of that, man. What do you want An award? Okay. You were a CCW holder. That doesn't mean anything. The officer is telling me to drop your weapon. That officer doesn't know what you don't know if you live at that house don't know what you're gonna go in. Maybe there's people in there. You could be digging right to do a hostage situation. Maybe you've got your guns, more powerful gun status. It's a meth lab You're going Don't know They're already in an area in a stakeout, which didn't turn anything up anyway, so This also, you know what this climate has been created by all of the politicians? Absolutely that this is the climate where they're trying to defund the police. Those words air kicked around. We saw what happened last summer. During all of the protests, and you see what happens with these people. There's video everywhere right in these officers faces screaming at them. This is a climate that have been created by our politicians. Absolutely. And it's in certain groups have used this and fueled it. You know, you know a cab. All cops are, you know bad or you know something else. Uh, that that mindset on Dwyer. It's just, you know, don't respect their authority. They're all fascist thugs. You don't have to listen to him. Well, guess what. Now you're actually creating environment where more people are going to die. Not you're not helping to solve the problem by not having respect and just listening to a simple command. Yeah..

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"rima" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:48 min | 11 months ago

"rima" Discussed on WTVN

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"rima" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

WhyWeWork BrianVee

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"rima" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

"What, what is the biggest reason you? Any state or local areas coming up where people bring a debate or their contentious about that point what what is one one reason they give for wanting someone to marry it seventeen or sixteen or something? What is the logical reason that they're giving? I don't understand it. I don't understand it but senator I'll can give you an example of Californian. Senator Jerry. Hill in twenty seventeen from northern California. ICU scituate of his came to him and she said a friend of hers it it's going. She's going to be forced into marriage as a minor in discount happen and she found out that it's legal in California and she wants to end that and so he thought it was a no brainer. And he introduced legislation sp two, seventy, three, no child marriage under eighteen exception. It was watered down so bad that the. Proponents of it basically hands off and they said, no we I'm sorry. We cannot support this bill anymore the way it was watered down. It no longer speaks to the goal of child ranch under eighteen exceptions and some of the opposition came from. Unforeseen quarters like. ACLU and. You mean. University. No Excuse me what is ACLU so? I. Am American Civil Liberties Union. Okay And or civil liberties union was against. They they felt it's against the fundamental rights of. Marriage and religion. But what about the? What about the rights of the child to have a safe child ton And so. Neither ACLU NOR PLANNED PARENTHOOD Opposed it in the other four states, but they did here in California. So we're trying to build a coalition, we started a the California coalition to child marriage in on September fourteen twenty, nineteen We had a town hall meeting at American. UCI University of California Irvine, at the law school there and we co hosted it with a UCI initiative to end family violence. And we launched the California coalition to end child marriage and we have partners in it and. The partners in the group, and so people can go to see a coalition to child. Rights Dot Org. And its partners in the partners are either victims, survivors of child match, elected officials, organizations, our community leaders..

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"rima" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

WhyWeWork BrianVee

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"rima" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

"And it talks about the case of Sherry Johnson who was ten years old repeatedly raped by a deacon in the church parishioner eleven she gets pregnant. In Child Welfare was going to conduct an investigation and. The church and the parents get together and they marry her off to the twenty year old rapist, and so the title was eleven pregnant and married to Harare's. and. So that's my first introduction to the fact that child marriage was legal in the US Senate was legal back then in forty eight states. Right, now, it's legal in forty six states the first state to ban. It was dilawar in May of two, thousand, eighteen followed by New Jersey in June two, thousand eighteen. then. A Pennsylvania in May twenty, twenty this year during covert. And Minnesota. Also. May Twenty twenty. So these are the only four states that ban child marriage under eighteen with no exception. And usually children are married because of parental consent. And, we hear from survivors and the. General theme is that both that the parents failed them and the system failed them because the parents should be the ones who protect them from harm not that ones who put them in a harmful situation. And most of the Times is to let their rapists in their cases, statutory rape, which is crime get get odds of jail free card basically by marrying the victim and so. I've added child marriage to our goals. It was initially human trafficking and you know with covid. Nineteen. Human trafficking has. There has been a huge optic at least in the US in Kohl's to the national hotline during covid nineteen, forty percent nationally and thirty percent in San Diego, which is just south from where I live. So that's that's what I'm trying to do is. Protect. Basically, a women goes and that's our mission because the mission statement of Global Home Three six five is that we're dedicated to improving the lives of women and girls locally and nationally by advocating for their safety through raising awareness education..

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"rima" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"rima" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"A covert press conference Monday at the White House. The president and vice president contradicted each other within minutes. ABC is Victor. Oh, kendo has more today, President Trump announcing 150 Million Rapid tests are on their way to the States, the vice president today with this blunt warning, the American people Should anticipate that cases will rise in the days ahead. But moments later the president once again cleaning We're rounding the corner on the virus. We're rounding the corner. And very importantly, vaccines are coming, but we're rounding the corner. Regardless, nearly 205,000 Americans have lost their lives to covert 19 Corona virus expected to be one of the hot topics at tonight's first presidential debate that is in Cleveland, and you'll hear it. Our coverage starts tonight at eight. Here on 8 40. W H A. S. It is a 90 minute debate. And if you're having trouble getting emails to your work account, you're not alone. Microsoft reporting an issue with its 3 65 service. A B C's Mark Rima lard gets us up to speed. Microsoft said on Twitter Monday night that it's investigating an issue affecting access to multiple Microsoft 3 65 services. A short time after that first tweet, the company said it identified a recent change that appeared to be the source of the problem. But then they said, they rolled back the change and we're still not seeing much success in getting things back online. It says it's continuing to try and figure out the root of the problem. Margaret Malard ABC News Your Next news update, is it eight I'm Will Clark news radio 8 40 W H. A S Anything you can.

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"rima" Discussed on Sorry To Hear That

Sorry To Hear That

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"rima" Discussed on Sorry To Hear That

"Rima's watch TV. Signed tour talk to her collided head on her chest figure heartbeat he shell and one of her brothers were there when her mother died. They stayed with her mom for almost an hour before they left and headed home. We to the House and some friends of the family I remember they cooked and ate soured board and I went to sleep. I would say that was probably the best light asleep. I'd had in since it all started sitting in the hospital day in and day out talking singing and loving your mother as she lays in the bed unresponsive when I asked shall if she felt supported in her time at the hospital La- Shell sure she and her family were in the right hands at this place but it was like extended into family like I couldn't have asked for a better group of people to walk that journey and I remember one of the nurses when I got the news on the dock. She was in a room and I remember I teared up and I remember looking at her. She was turn up at him. I was hearing as if it was a family member Some of those same nurses Mrs were in the room. They're super bowl. And I remember towner like Mama home. She would have people over like she knew nothing about football but she's the house full of people watching a game and people in and out super bowl like I just it was it was comforting but for me on on a rationalized. I don't think I don't know if that's the word I would use. I think for me the way I operate when I saw it like I just I feel like I gave them time to try to figure it out And when I with I don't know at that point like I I I knew and I felt like I started. I just wouldn't autopilot like what's next. Like what do I need to prepare pair four Because my mom's not walking Outta here but the crazy thing is I remember I left the hospital one day because I had to leave between shift change So I think it was like six or seven or seventy eight. I can't remember. Everybody had the floor by the district. Change with the oncoming and rewind home and stopping a bid lots and by two completely different bad set and I would hope it is stripped her band up with his brand new covered a set and everything else own Which is weird because I knew oh like I knew she would never touch the betting it but it was like I felt like I needed to do it? I just remember ice the bus at all time about the when she had a talk Suster Beta put a new one on here. Where did you go when we were like now? Dog I told you thousands Like she was that person like he'd want to hold on to everything like it's okay cadle. Yeah.

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Woman leaves kids to save brother in Syria

Invisibilia

06:39 min | 2 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. She says he'd sometimes leave his home for months, even years at a time and cut off contact with his family in Canada. He seemed depressed and then one day, Reema hood that the police had come to her parents house, apparently hit brother had been stopped trying to cross from Canada into the US and the office of the US officer asking, why are coming here. My brother told him that I have a meeting with John McCain, as in Senator John McCain, Reema says the people at the board attend him back, and then the police came to let the family and when she talked to her brother about it. He told me the same story my border. He told me that he receive an Email from John McCain, and he was a guests. And he won't go to Washington to meet him when he told me this. I'm like, okay, God. He's just sick. He had I called my mama. I told her could do. Please call Dr and just win your son in the hospital. I should no, no. He's just doing it depression. Don't worry, I'm like, no mom. No, please.

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Audio Drama

Covert Nerd Podcast

08:55 min | 3 years ago

Audio Drama

"Today. We're going to look at an audio drama for marvel then we'll go old school and visit a comic from ancient Rome in the late sixties. So let's get in and out. The long night podcast is an audio drama based on the marvel character will rain, I hope they do more of these in the future this podcast came out. I think only a few months ago and shortly after I wrote this it was announced that they would do a second season called Marvel's wolverine. The loss trail being in the audio world. I know this type of storytelling can be just as difficult to make as a comic book. Now. Don't get me wrong. Both are great. And they tell a story, but they're both taxing on their creators. I've listened to many old time radio broadcasts. And that's how this podcast is done. And they're fun to listen to if you haven't listened to any of those old audio dramas, I suggest you do it on clued Lincoln the show notes to some old audio drama. People have posted on archive dot org. Audio has the good and bad benefit of not being a complete medium the difference between a TV show, and the audio drama is not everything is thrown at you. When you watch something on a screen, you're giving both. Visual and the audio. Your brain doesn't have to fill in any of the gaps with audio your brain has to draw the pictures of the scenes that the characters is scenes and the characters for you based upon what you hear and what your mind can conjure in the podcast in world the fiction genre has seen an increase in popularity in the last year. I believe this will continue to be the case over the next few years. Now, it assume that you're a fan of audio because you're listening right now, it's a personal medium. And what I mean is it's not something you typically listen to as a group. It's your player of choice in a pair of ear buds the tests on how good a podcast or audio book is is when you're listening in the car in it prevents you from getting out if it does then that's a good podcast or audio book or audio drama, whatever you wanna call it. I wanna take you back in the way back machine to the late nineties. I listened to a lot of books on tape back then because back then the word. No podcasts you had to rewind. If the previous person didn't and the portable tape player used just seem to go through AA battery so fast. I'm sounding like an old man yelling at kids get off my lawn. But anyway, fast forward to today and the effort to listen to audio like most things is almost friction lists. You can listen to whatever you want whenever you want. It's not like radio where you have to listen to whatever they want you to listen to also the barrier of entry to produce podcasts or audiobooks is much easier than it used to be. I'm not saying either as easy the -bility to get your product to the consumers relatively easy compared to ten years ago. Just like in previous episodes. I've talked about the barrier of entry as lower which is a good thing for all of us in my opinion. If you like a particular podcast, please let them know. Sometimes we as podcasters wondering. Hello, hello. Is anyone listening all the podcasters? I've talked to and listened to they all. All one hundred percent agree that when they get an Email from a listener, it gives them a huge boost. It helps them be more excited for the next episode. I think this would be a good idea for most of the things that we consume whether it's a blog post or a simple piece of digital art. Let the creator. No that you like it. It doesn't have to be lengthy a simple. Good job. Keep up the good work. We'll do wonders for creators morale. And that's why I try to do as many shoutouts to the people who contact who make contact with me. I hope you will give them a look in get some value from them, and let them know that they are putting out good content. Now, it's comic book review time, and I have two great books. I think you'll enjoy the first one is Britannia from valiant. And here's the solicit ruled by the fates manipulated by the gods commanded by Caesar in the year, sixty five AD one's destiny was not his own at the height of Niro's rain veteran Roman imperial warm. Sheen has been dispatched to the farthest reaches of the colonies to investigate unnatural happenings in the remote outpost of Britannia and Taina sacks. Yeah. The first detective will become Rome's only hope to reassert control over the empire's most barbaric frontier and keep the monsters that bridge the line between myth and mystery at bay. This is the first of three volumes released as of this recording in all three are fabulous in my opinion. Peter Milligan keeps the dialogue moving along nicely. He's the writer and also keeps you wondering about who did it until the very last page, then the art by one Jose Reeb goes into such detail and seems to get the period piece correctly. He's meticulous about every single little detail, for example on one page. We see our hero and Thomas walking down the streets as he and he draws the details of each street vendor down to the apples and carrots, and strawberries that they're selling as I mentioned. Inde the veteran. Legionnaire Taina's AXA axiom is a detective who has hesitantly working for the mad Imber Nero. I guess to sum it up. It's imagined Sherlock Holmes being thrust back into Roman times to solve crimes for the empire. When I first saw the solicit last year, I just really wasn't interested. But then I saw it again about a month ago. And I couldn't stop reading all three volumes. If you're a Roman history fan, you'll love it. If you're not you will still appreciate the art. And the amazing story that they've put together now side note, if you want to hear a great Roman history podcast the history of Rome by Mike Duncan is amazing. It's an older one. But it's still a great podcast might goes out of his way to get everything as accurate as possible. He starts with the founding of Rome by Romulus and Rimas and ends with the last western emperor, enforce seventy two AD. It's a fantastic simple way. To learn about Roman history. And I will include linked to the history of Rome podcast in the show notes. The second comic. I wanna talk about is the secret six which first appeared during the initial teams seven issue title secret, six from may nineteen sixty eight to may nineteen sixty-nine. Unusually the premiere issue story began on the cover and continued on the interior page. One this strike team of covert operatives. Consisted of August. Durant? Lili de never Carlo Duran's a Mike tempest crimson, dawn and king savage. Now, the second comic I wanted to talk about was called the secret six by DC comics, the first appeared during the initial tee teams seven issue run titled the secret six for may nineteen sixty eight to may nineteen sixty nine Carl Smith friend of the show who's a writer with the patriot. By the way, include a link to his patriot in the show notes. Checkout had mentioned the secret six a long time ago. I decided to check it out. I like the simplicity of the. Retelling? There's not a whole lot of complicated characters and in depth storylines. Basically the team has given an assignment, and they are tasked by completing the assignment one story is to recover the stolen jewels. Another is to seal steal some plans for secret jet before the communist, get them. Sometimes a personally wants to read a simple action issue and be done with it. We don't need a whole lot more. Like all teams though, each member has their own set of set of skills and abilities in which there are six of them. Hence the secret six title. This allows a story to us each member to complete their missing mission. Although the title is fifty years old. I still like the storytelling the fact that it is fifty years old as part of the fun. You can tell it was written at the height of the Cold War because the reader hears the word Kami multiple times. And it's a it's a product of its time. Also, the old stew school ads are interesting and funny like the two man submarine for only six dollars and ninety cents or. Selling greeting cards for amazing prices and own clued. The pictures of some of these ads in the show notes. I'm guarantee you most of you out there will recognize him. If you read any comics from even the eighties. A lot of these ads were still in now, she number one. They started the story on the cover which is a unique thing to do. And I'll try to include a picture of that in the show notes as well. But check it out. It's it's difficult to find. But it is still out there. I think they've collected them into a trade paperback, but I would strongly recommend just taking a look at it. It's a it's a good fun throwback to the

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"rima" Discussed on Scummy Mummies

Scummy Mummies

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"rima" Discussed on Scummy Mummies

"So carole king tapestries one yes oac's what's the story that's an excellent i think is the greatest hits help in the daily released it and fleetwood matt rumors and stacking up by steps yes definitely go to mention file jingles we always i'm pulled in my car cd you know this all the time get no choice i'm gonna get changed in and out but the two that are always that rimas and graceland roessler time definitely you see simon have him in yes i did meet him and but because he was eating for cans jeez he what what really struck me and i have seen him in concert i don't worship the simon but i do i can see the he's absolutely in the pantheon zabit la kneel down what i was interested in was as i watched him on the station you know on the end of the year he never small ones and i thought is there some deep unhappiness i don't know i just wanted it made me rather sad shame i think maybe that's the artists though you know the as princess diana said in one of those recorded ankles if you want to be let me go to suffer he did he did right starts hello darkness my old friend jordy snow inherently joanie do you think it's more more the jokes men yeah be right the one about zoo think of course didn't do this music he did the words denisa poet and a woman bam that's the description i wish think that's on the verge of.

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"rima" Discussed on The Read

The Read

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"rima" Discussed on The Read

"This is bob a vis officials story he claims that when he met this woman rima houston i believe is her name uh who is transgender and a sex worker he claims that he had no idea she was either one of those things xuca um and ads he is simply being extorted by her because once she found out that he was bobby valentino she started to make monetary demand and he had to get out of there and now vis but if she's a sex worker regardless of her she's trains and not they knew he was gonna have to pay clint as lindsay said regardless his claim is that he had no idea prior to interacting with her sexually that she was a sex worker alka now that i just don't believe a now i also do not believe that first of all i know the game well enough to know how that whole thing goes and just living in my hair he fake i pete plenty of dad like i've heard four years specific names of celebrities that come through to miami and they got their little resources of where they go to meet the girls and they do their thing they have a good time in you know as long as you take care of your financial obligations vanessa it's usually chris by the fact other being a young gay in being kind of shocked as to how like like cool and calm a lot of them were with eightyear them saying because you know i'd had i was like i guess at a time i'm not thinking that plenty of and probably don't even care but ranked by be clearly cares because he doesn't want to admit.

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