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"rivoli" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"rivoli" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

"And how have those changed. How's your relationship with. The city changed over the years. I think you know when i started writing. I'll be writing poetry for twenty years. And i was a teenager and i think a lot of my earlier. Poetry was really trying to capture that sense of speed and aggression and and that kind of undercurrent violence the does exist in the city and is very much part of what london is. I think with this book although there is still that sense that that underlying sense of violence then kind of attention in the air. I'm actually much more interested in exploring the natural habitats the natural landscape that underlies london. So i suppose you could say i've mellowed. Let's go back to pre-bus now how about the rivoli rivoli again. This book is for the places that i do know and have gone back to places that redesign hope will also no fear famous places the west end in westminster the southbank but the rivoli was somewhere that i'd actually never been to and i was deliberately holding off going to the rivoli until i got to the last chapter and it was. It was really an astonishing experience. The lee is london's second river. it's not loss rivers. It's there but it is very much degraded River in which man over probably about fifteen hundred if not two thousand years has analyzed and diverted into a series of man made channels which now known as the bobak rivers so it's a very complex watery landscape and i really went to the to the lee to understand. You know what happens to this kind of landscape which is fundamentally an industrial landscape when When something is huge as the two thousand twelve olympic games happens and so it was really interesting. Walking through a landscape that would change within ten minutes from a kind of rural. It'll with a beautiful stream flowing between Tree fringed banks and local hipsters from hackney wick having barbecues and let it live and in the middle of the river through to this really weird. Surreal kind of post apocalyptic. Hummus seemed to me landscape of the olympic park and then into the still very industrial part near to the conference of the thames. So just moving through those landscapes using this connective tissue of the river. was a great experience and and i would recommend a walk down the lead to anyone. The book has a lot of memoir in it too. I mean it's absolutely shot through with your own personality in your own experiences. And i just wonder about having a personal relationship with the city and what that feels like. Yeah i mean. I it was kind of i always knew the i always knew that i would be in the book. I'm not a because. I'm not an expert. I'm not gonna write a kind of you know. I'm not going to write a comprehensive history of the city. That's not really what i'm about. So i always knew that i would be in my my memories of growing up in south london and Various places i've lived in..

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"rivoli" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"rivoli" Discussed on WBUR

"English was detained in Bagram prison. Does it matter to you? Whether you get real American equipment or if it's a Chinese replica? Is that okay? No, no, just we came for that that we get the original. In the brand American things like that. And until now, we didn't get it. Most of its Chinese replica that you've seen. Yeah, I think it's Chinese. You're a bit disappointed. Yeah, This is the problem. 20 years of war have left a legacy that's increasingly unclear. It's good to Kamani reporting from Afghanistan. There. Let's talk about cosmetics now, because if you've heard of prickly pear oil, you may be aware that its nutrient rich Impact with powerful anti aging properties. This is an ill sourced from the food pods of the pretty pear cactus, which grows in abundance in Madagascar are now leading energy company based in the country Group fill it takes Has partnered with the grassroots organization called Order Earth to launch a Cactus farming initiative. And they plan to become one of the biggest producers of this oil and joining us now form Antananarivo is the CEO of the group. Philip Text, and this has named You Have a Houston wanting to you his name thanks very much for joining us so so. Tell us about. You know this project and how you've teamed up with or girth to produce this this cactus in the oil. So organ Earth is a new captures forming initiative to support America because they're gonna be growth in the block mint. It's used in cosmetic globally and let her on it will benefit from Bill gas by our product and work for a more sustainable environmental firmly alternative. To gap to natural gas, and it can be used also for cooking. And I'm surprised that this hasn't been given that it's you know, known to be native to Madagascar that people haven't exploited. This beforehand in order to start producing this oil in mass numbers. Good. Good morning. My name is Mr Rivoli. Um, the CEO and founder of Algarve Earth. It's actually it was quite a surprising to find a lost Treasure, unique ecosystem with incredible value chain that was totally forgotten. Every part of the plants can be used for food, medicine, energy and animal feed. And we are very proud to be pioneers in the responsible, wide sourcing and sustainable fair organic farming of open she cacti in the south of Madagascar. So it sounds says if you found a kind of something that will reap major dividends for you given, as you say, How precious this food is. And I just wonder how much of this is going to trickle down to people in Madagascar, especially given the fact that we know the country is now right now in the midst of a major, Um you know, major situation where many people dying of hunger and their real problems in Madagascar. How are you alleviating that, Considering you are now concentrating on Developing and producing this prickly pear oil. Yeah, thankless farming represents an opportunity to local communities in the South Madagascar, especially in this tragic period of for mine. And it helps them to earn a constant income. The purpose of what we build its who covered the dramatic scenario of welding between two of us and to increase the resilience of food security. We've got a very unique organization and training of the farming community to collect and to process of from from our first Office This year, we saw that we could end the starvation and the famine by giving a regular income during that drive. Some people would argue, though, that you could end the farming by rather than producing these pairs, prickly pears and the oil. You can actually start planting food that will actually feed the people and that might be more beneficial to them. Actually the species that we are investing the open just big time. Delaney. Uh, weed, they're not beatable fruits, so we actually having an environmental issue. By domesticating that those species that thanks in invasive president of valuable resource for local community this is we're not Thank you very much for speaking to us, and that's the CEO and general manager. I believe the owner of a group fill a text, and I was also speaking to his name. You have a Houston Let's get a sportsman with James Greg.

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"rivoli" Discussed on Planet Money

Planet Money

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"rivoli" Discussed on Planet Money

"Of business at georgetown university. I'm trying to figure out what you think. And you're trying to figure out what the next guy think and that guys trying to figure out what the other guy thinks and so forth and so on so you know. I guess theoretically we could go around the world doing this With nobody really thinking for themselves so instead of deciding what. I think the stock should actually be worth. I'm thinking what is pietra. Drink or i'm thinking what is pietra. Think that adam thinks that caitlyn thing exactly exactly and you know again. The key danger is that nobody's really thinking so we decided to do our own beauty contest. We wanted to test this idea that if people are voting based not on what they personally think is beautiful and valuable but based on what they think. Other people will think is beautiful. How does that change the dynamic. How does that change how things are valued and we decided not to use the beauty of human beings and david. I'm just gonna say this. Because i think it's part of the experimental study. What are thinking was or at least my thinking was. I'm clearly the most beautiful member of the planet money team and my feeling was i would just get one hundred percent of the vote. It wouldn't be statistically significant and it might hurt morale. Yeah so david. You're the brilliant idea of us focusing not on human beings but an animals and not focusing on beauty but on cuteness pietra. Rivoli helped us design. The experiment explains so we have three animals. We have kitten. Who's very cute. We have a some baby polar bears or a mom and a baby may be also very cute and we have something called deloris. Which is an animal. I wasn't familiar with end. The loris is Surprise also cute. So the loris. Can i just speak up for the laura's here. I think i'm a lawyer. I don't know if everyone out there has seen lawrence it there it's it's like a slow moving monkey type thing i think of it more. Like a sloth. No no it's like. It's definitely primate with huge huge. Innocent is and in this video. It is being scratched under his arm. So it's arms straight up of its head to sort of facilitate the scratching. It is dangerously cute. But david you have revealed your bias and to avoid the bias of the test designer the the pro loris bias. We actually constructed a much more rigorous system. People who engaged in this experiment went to a website and they were put into two experimental groups randomly now. The first group was group a now. If you were in group a you are asked to pick the animal that you think is cutest the kitten the polar bear or the loris. Simple enough this people in the second group though group b. the people in group b were asked to pick the animal. They thought everyone else thought was the cutest not their own desires their own view but what they think. The broader view is so we're gonna hear from someone in each group. I group a. We'll just use piatra. I was in the first group group. A which one do i think is cutest. And what did you pick. Oh i have to tell you. Yeah oh really okay. Is it embarrassing. I picked the polar bear. I liked the white for and i also thought that the the whole skating on your belly on the ice thing was adorable and adam. Here is a listener from group b. Who got in touch with us. I are you mrs. Marla would have hard time finding any of them particularly acute on I she keeps your money in the bank. She doesn't put out in the market. Am i supposed to tell you what what i chose. What did you think was the cutest. I you know i guess. Lawrence was the cutest so but you were asked to pick the animal. You thought everyone else would pick as the cast correct. So what did you pick. I chose the cat kitten. i should say For two reasons one was. It was the least appealing to me. Which i find is generally the case with mike. I carry into life I'm always on the outside in my opinion and And then also. I thought it was the most sort of understandable accessible predict. You know sort of my experience of others is The thing is they know best. So i figured most people would pick that even though you personally would have picked dolores her. That's pretty strategic thinking. Yeah that sounds like me. So even though she thinks the kitten is the least appealing her fundamental valuation of the kitten is extremely low. she's voting for the kitten because she thinks everyone else is gonna like get all right. So david i have to say it was all very exciting. Because you were sort of in charge of this experiments all of us found out the results before you did. He didn't know that. Yeah and you went into the studio to learn the result so that we can have your response on tape but all of us were outside of the studio going. Wow wow he. He doesn't know all right so i'm caitlyn. Caitlin has the results. She's going to come in here and tell us what they are. Okay okay so here. We have the envelope opening up gas nervous nervous. I i'll read you the results of group. A how many people responded so in group a we have five thousand nine hundred and thirty four votes. Wow and taking the lion's share of the votes we have the kitten the in group a received two thousand nine hundred and eighty three votes which is about fifty and hold on. I did this math. Just summarize for people from group a asked. Which animal do you think is the cutest about half of them went for the kitten and the other half were pretty evenly split between the loris and the baby polar bear that's grew bay now for group b. Vote for the animal. You think is most likely to be voted the cutest by the other participants. The kitten has four thousand five hundred and sixteen votes. So the kitten is seventy six percent adams so the kittens seventy six percent. Laura's got fifteen percent and the baby. Polar bear got nine percent. All right so let. Let's just recap so we have two groups just to remember group a the people who are asked to pick. What do you think for yourself is the cutest half of them. Fifty percents a kitten the other half split between lewis and baby polar bear but in group b the more sort of strategic investors who are asked to pick what they think everyone else will pick seventy six percent of them correctly. Identify that the kitten will win. But you've got fifteen percent thinking it's going to be the loris and nine percent thinking the polar bear and i feel like from the standpoint of winning the world to function rational way where markets work efficiently and reasonably. There's sort of good news and bad news in the story. I think right i mean So so some good news is well. Seventy six percent of group b. was right. They were correct. That people voted the kitten the cutest now twenty four percent of group b. Were were wrong. They voted they thought everyone was gonna like the loris or the polar bear so so you can imagine if there was a cute animal stock market which david we're going to keep working on until it exists. You might get very different prices for the different animal. Stocks depending on how investors are making their decisions. Are they making fundamental analysis. Just looking at what they truly believe is the cutest or are they being strategic. Are they trying to guess what everyone else is thinking. And i thought particularly extreme scenario where this all went very very wrong. What if the market was entirely filled with marlins right then basically you know there's a huge kitten bubble and no one actually thinks kittens are cute. That's the danger.

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"rivoli" Discussed on Planet Money

Planet Money

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"rivoli" Discussed on Planet Money

"Okay and we're back. It's card if i'm here with allison traeger and mahir dais. I okay so as you heard in the episode. There is kind of this spooky eerie but really quite effective process right. So here's my first question in. What is guessing the weight of a cow similar to what happens when people are deciding whether to buy or sell a stock because you have a marketplace where all these different people are bidding on stocks based on how much they think it's worth and you do converge to this price and i think the big difference between the cow and the stock thing is that you know we can verify. The weight of the cow like it's noble and with stocks. What makes it much more interesting and fun is will wait a second. Do we really ever know it. Yeah right penelope the cow has an actual weight and that weight is not gonna change. Just because i guess the weight too high or i guess the weight too low but with stocks. It's the very guessing of the price that actually ends up setting the price. It's different so if i look at the price of a stock and i think it's low then i'll buy that stock at the low price and the very active buying the stock pushes up demand for it. Just a tiny bit and then that in turn pushes up the price of the stock and so in the stock market you've got thousands and thousands of people doing that over and over and that is what sets the price of a stock on the stock market. Exactly right there's a whole set of things. We can debate about any company and its future and that is what world trying to do in financial markets. So you've got all these people who are thinking about buying the stock because they think it's gonna go up. You got all these other people who are going to sell the stock because they think it's gonna go down and it arrives at something in the middle. Roughly yeah okay and how can this still work. If at least some of the people buying and selling a stock either don't know much about the company or just might not be very good at analyzing companies in general given that they're supposed to be investing based on how good the company is will so first thing the mistakes that people may cancel each other out right. The reason it's important for all of us is the price of that stock actually really matters for the world because people make decisions based on it not a savings decisions but you might go work for a company. Because you think it's gonna be a good company to work for you might buy companies products. Because they're doing well so these prices send signals into the world about what we should do. So the prices are correct. The market sending that money to the best places for the right price. Yeah and when you say that the price is correct. Allison you mean that. The price of the stock is a good reflection of how good the company is. How well you can expect it to perform in the future. But what if the price is higher than that or lower than that how does that distort the process so if a company is completely over undervalued then you know maybe gets too much or too little capital and it doesn't put it in the right place because there's a finite amount of investment in the world right. There's only so much money. People can invest. So you wanna make sure. It goes to the most worthy places. Okay so that is. One theory of how stock prices are set. A lot of people constantly guessing some guessing. High some guessing. Low some guesses better and more informed than other guesses but what they're guessing is how good the company is how well it's going to perform in the future. How much money. It's going to be able to make in the future but there is this other theory theory that says that what people are guessing when they invest in the stock market does not actually have much to do with how good the company is. It's a theory that the stock market is not like guessing the weight of a cow. It's more like a beauty contest and to test that theory. We've got another planet money experiment coming right up when class continues this message comes from. Npr sponsor ford introducing the mustang mach e. Here's the global brand director of electric vehicles. Jayson castro data on the challenge of creating an all electric. Suv that drives like a mustang. The normal challenge of making suv go fast is higher center gravity. The beauty of the battery electric vehicle platform. Is that all of. The weight was down low on the floor. Because that's where the batteries housed. And that's where the electric motors are to learn more about the new all electric pony in the mustang stable goto four dot com the indicator from planet. Money is your daily source for economic stories stories. The peel back this onion. We know as the us economy today on the show and the show. Dan show desperately seeking construction workers. Forget everything you thought you knew about the unemployment numbers ten minutes or less that is all it takes for us to explain what is going on with all those numbers. Listen and follow the indicator from npr. Everyone welcome back from recess. Please take your seats. You are now about to hear a planet money story from twenty eleven david kastenbaum. Adam davidson are going to test a theory about the stock market proposed in the nineteen thirties by the economist. John maynard keynes. Keynes said that a way to think about how the stock market works is to think of it. Like an unusual beauty contest. Now people who've read the masterful biography of canes by robert scandal ski. No that keynes's romantic interests were generally directed at men but in this case he imagined a beauty of women so the conduct. You imagine would work like this it was. It would be in a newspaper where you put six photos of different women and then you ask the newspaper readers to write in with their vote and this is the important part you get a prize if you pick the most popular face and the reason this is a good proxy for the stock market is thing think how the stock market works so you might go around and look at different companies and say boy i think coca cola really should be worth fifty dollars and boy i. I really like the chances of ge growing in the future. I think they're gonna be worth more in the future but the rational logical investor thinks about something else as well they think i have my view of how healthy these companies are but if the rest of the world has a more optimistic view they think these companies are going to do even better than i do. That is sort of a self fulfilling prophecy. I should invest based on what i myself think but what everyone else thinks and this issue of people casting their vote effectively spending their money in a market based not on what they themselves think is right but based on what they think other people think is right is what some people thought could lead to bubbles and mania 's and And many of the distortions that we've seen in the markets lately so canes was thinking about this in terms of beauty contest where he was pointing out that the rational logical thing to do is to try to pick the woman that you think everyone else is going to pick not necessarily the person you think is the prettiest in fact. The person who's the prettiest might not actually win here a read from what he wrote quote. It is not a case of choosing faces that to the best of one's judgment are really the prettiest nor even those that average opinion genuinely thinks the prettiest. We've reached the third degree where we devote our intelligence to anticipating what average opinion expects the average opinion to be and there are some i believe who practise the fourth fifth and higher degrees. He's just talking about some kind of a strange exponential psychological process. This is pietra rivoli. Who gave us the idea to test this out. She's a professor at the mcdonough school.

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"rivoli" Discussed on The Napoleonic Quarterly

The Napoleonic Quarterly

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"rivoli" Discussed on The Napoleonic Quarterly

"I found a return of the french army that had been signed by the chief of staff literally two or three days before the australian attack. Now that has never been published straw cops. Because when the students over runner french position they found this return in the The town whole advising bug and the only time i've seen it properly described was in an eighteen thirty four austrian-built belcher magazine right. And since the and he summarized he didn't missed in dates. I'll and then that's been picked up on by later french office. Is this the golden age. I don't know if you're aware. The late in the nineteenth century in italy the twentieth century both the australian and the french at general staffs were busy publishing all of bocce. Strokes launched a based on their own archives. Yes yes and so. I think that. I'm i'm currently working on a flow book for helen. Which is about this seventeen ninety three campaign. And that's one of the little. Joe gems hope to reveal in that book last brilliant. Yeah that's fascinating air. So how. I got interested. It's it's been round and round in circles and ending up this period which at singapore for renaissance now and in interest but has been launched in neglected. This books coming out. You can combine any number of books about the peninsula. Waterloo ought to be on his anything that napoleon was involved in the time on writing was a relatively unknown artillery officer. So he's not. Keep a big playoff. I had what to be honest with you. I was wondering where to start this. My little podcast projects you know. Should i saw in maybe ninety six or eighteen o one or a three or a five and i thought no i'll start. I'll cable the way back to new next three without. Because i grew up as well in naming lots about the napoleonic stuff but but this period the these first years before before rivoli and you know the When bonaparte gets going properly and ninety six i knew very little about nine hundred ninety three ninety four ninety five and it's really interesting learning about it but i have to say it is not part of the problem with this period that the loss of campaigns in which all both sides end up exactly where we're at the beginning a lot of tearing conferring but nobody actual progress. It's not quite as gripping perhaps On the face of it but when you start looking into it of course it's very interesting. I think you've sort of very good point. That i was actually going to call my book about the ryan campaign. They're back again then. I realized that is the subtitle is right the state. Actually you're right both sides. There were feeling the way really the french as you know they. And at the time of the revolution fronts was bankrupts and they suffered greatly from the immigration of a lot of experienced officers. And so they were building armies from scratch. And the i know you read about The wind was an tactical improvements. They introduced only excellence. Skirmishing techniques and all the rest of it and sent to nazi two and three the only reason they didn't use the same strut tactics as the others was because the troops prebuilt totally untrained and there were rebel and all we could do really would say room that way and they ran that way and to be honest because they initially had so many volunteers and laid to seventy conscripts. They could afford much heavier casualties than the others could with their Their enemies could with their reliance on small much smaller but more professional highly trained on.

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"rivoli" Discussed on The Edition

The Edition

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"rivoli" Discussed on The Edition

"Not coming in the you know it. It won't be a repeat of what happened again. There won't be another brexit What will happen. Is that a that yet. That especially the younger generation will become increasingly disillusioned over new that is not effective. That is not defending human rights abroad. That is basically coddling dictators prioritizing expose human human rights. Best to kind of thing we we've seen increasing so it sort of principled opposition Immoral opposition rather than a sort of the kind of what water seen any. Okay and mary finally. Would you agree with that vision. That wolfgang has aided i. I think i would question. Both guys. rather flattering view of the younger generation. Actually i just wonder whether they will be quite so high minded. As to put those sort of human rights considerations sharing economy for instance on a global level above considerations maybe national considerations which might indeed lead to more questions about the survival of europe or even above wider global aspirations. I think nationalism remains nationalism. Patriotism sense of nationhood remains quite strong force. But i think if i if i saw the european union weakening i would see it more in terms of the loss of the the postwoman. Talented that brought to the original European concept into being that maybe new seventy eighty years on the sort of idealism that gave rise to instill underpins a lot of its existence including in the east of europe that that main deed fade away. I sort of hope it won't but maybe it will do. Wolfgang and mary thank you very much and finally as many people fled cities to the countryside during the pandemic cana case still be made for urban life. Ascend amax tim. Graham writes in the magazine that she is sick of her country. Friends feeling sorry for her for living in london. She joins me with former london resident. Rory sutherland the spectators wicky man columnist assembly in your article you say there is a pervading sense of pity on the which london is cower and that this has been particularly acute during the pandemic. Why is this. Do you think. I think it has become particularly during those. Maybe we've had the two most glorious springs ever rainy winter followed by the burgeoning of nature and never has sort of profusion of heaven heavenly gardens acres on instagram. Be more painful for us. London is in a way. And when i told people i have actually spent of last year in living in london long faces tend to come my way. How could you. How could you be cooped up in that little house of yours. It's so green. Hair and london is lot green and i just have to learn to feel pity and i'm just had enough of it. Thank you Pity because i love the countryside. And i have to have chosen to live in this glorious city. Rory you once wrote for the spectator that leaving. London is a bit like a quarreling. A shed you early realized how good it is once you do it you. One of the people send describes defect. I mean did you. Pity your your friends in london during the i gonna meet. Send a halfway here. Because i think there's a large amount of what is called in psychology. I think it's called adaptive preference formation. And i think it applies both people who live in the city and people who live in the countryside which is that circumstances force them to live in one or the other and they go around then with a large amount of confirmation bias assembling reasons for why something that's often been imposed on them either by their employer or indeed by for example having children being forced to move out in order to find sizable accommodation. What they do is they make a virtue of necessity and country. People will tend to go on and on non on about their wives. Better live in the country city people. Sometimes i think sincerely and sometimes to be honest paps less than ingenuously will always go on about it so vibrant so happening i could buy a guate- two o'clock in the morning and they will assemble the case that effectively supports circumstances which they've never in fact chosen and so i think there's a large amount of dishonesty on both sides. I also think there's a false dichotomy by the way in the. Nobody suggests necessarily that. If you leave london you have to move to the outer. Hebrides or cornwall. It's perfectly possible for people who've been etchingham as you do seven. Because i do to travel into london as when we feel like it. It simply that the impetus to do so is a lot less than it was three years ago. Am i surprised myself really in some in the case that i've been into london's five or six times in the past year. I've surprised myself by how little i miss. I have to say. I used to go in four days a week at least because of work. I've now been in seven times in the course of twelve months and the things. I really really miss are surprisingly the cause. Not looking living in london. you're not then having finland and discover the greenness of london. That's what worries me. If i didn't live here i would know. Don't go under one along the river river. Rivoli river thames. All those things you do. If you're actually living here if you live near the rivoli lucky. I would say that londoners have a remarkably low standard of countryside is that they get wild excited about hyde park now. That trust me okay. I grew up in the wye valley. And if you have the wide valley hyde park you describe them bloody trees. It is not that exciting except that it's in the middle. Of course she. She loves human interest. I found a river walk by the rival. Need you just might take kingfisher. A river walk in london. You'll see the backs of other people's houses how they do that but garden trampoline. Wisteria the open window. That's why i love it. But it's got the mixture of town and country to be honest. I mean the strangest thing. That never happens. Is you never hear anybody making the case for suburbia and in many ways. I would be very happy to write an article on why the future is like bromley in the sense. That if you have in bromley you can get the countryside very raise easily and also by some strange hole in the space time continuum. You can get a train from bromley. South victoria and fifteen minutes. And do you do you picked him. Do pity me living in london really. It's if it is a sincere choice. Which obviously is in your case because you could have escaped as journalists. Of course you could have escaped many years ago. Babs i do what your the rest of your family do. No i think in many people particularly among the young. It's a genuine choice. What does seem to happen to me. A little bit is that there's element of trap in the nowadays. Your fifteen thousand twenty thousand thirty thousand forty thousand pounds in debt student debt in order to validate your degree. You have to get a london..

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"rivoli" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"rivoli" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"And he has no interest in watching a lear. Latifi fight anyone next. He wanted to throw that out there. Another about how about if we went back down to light heavyweight and delete say went back up to light-heavyweight how about the sabres latifi. There we go. There's a there's a people chopping chopping fit for. After saturday i liked the latifi romanoff fight something that that one's kind of interesting to me. Because i feel like a lot of that would take place on the feet It'd be holding him. Down doesn't hold enrollment on down there. No way i mean. And if he does that'd be impressive in its own right like even if that was like a boring fight of somebody who out wrestled romanov and hold him down for fifteen minutes. That to me would be exciting because i just don't think that's possible alec. I kneel ian He just picked one salikov versus li liang. Let's go to these and they will be done Just a few of these. Our friend jack porter. Let's see anything. New latifi versus alexi olympic is it is a new one Matt ravelli airframe at rivoli. I think he wanted. Santiago navy versus loser of kevin. Leeann sean brady. And he said happy birthday k. Patrick austin is always just throwing out a bunch. He says fiar versus anthony every week. It's nicky as sal conferences. Nick d. as you can't an nick diaz from any show Montana versus roxette boza versus ben rothwell bows overspend rocker. Okay i saw. I saw latifi brisk rothwell so okay. Yeah that'd be a little more. I think that'd be mortar. Rothwells liking thank you would wanna fight buzzer Patrick also see positive versus magni da and biza versus francisco go aldo ways up although yet. Yeah okay let's see. Is there anything new here Mason jones versus the loser of austin hubbard versus vince patel. I thought i was the loser. I thought about winner. I i would have given the winter either. One of those two. I think would be fine and christian lee also suggests that man and fiero fights tracy cortes. Yeah i could see it. I could see cortez getting getting If my if my My amazing aldridge. Cortez match never happens. I could see her getting either dellarosa or or feudal and last but certainly not least our good friend weekly contributor. John george said good to be back good to hear the best damn. mma podcast on the weekends sing it. He said goodwin for ponzi and he only suggested one matchup for one while harris said if while harris gets another chance in the afc him verses. Jared bandera. I don't think that's easier fight as people think it would be. No i don't think so. Either a slug fest waiting to happen and he would have to win that one. Or he's when we were talking about on the on the post by show but like all we want to get a winnable fight. The bandera popped into my head just because he has experience and a lot lower named and walt harris. But then i was thinking about vendors actual fleiss. And i'm like that's not that's like a h- a more high risk low reward walt harris. That's not the feel good match match. That i think i think some listeners might think it is. Yeah i i think it's a tough fight. Jared some monster dude. I knew we haven't even seen his wrestling in the afc at not at all and he's a very good wrestler. That's what i'm saying. He's he can grapple to and that's not we want while terrorist fighting right now. So now but jared van zyl just crazy enough because even like what. I interviewed him after his last minute goes. My plan was to take was take this down and just down and just because that worked out. Well so we'll see we'll see what happens there He also wants to know Which main card fight were looking forward to the most next week and this is the easiest question could ask me. It is the flyweight title. Fight between davis and figure it out and brandon. Marino the rematch. That is the fight. I'm looking forward to the most next week. Yeah it has to be kind of enjoy. Edwards deflating the nate diaz hype. That's also gonna be fun. But i'm kidding i'm i do think ed's gonna win that fight i shouldn't i shouldn't say so flippant about but i'm happy for edwards. Got that fight. I think it's very winnable and it's a high profile fight so good for him Other than that. I mean the maya fight could be his last fight right. I think it's supposed to me. So this is this segues sorry. Is that the as that the cnn. Let's see an yes. Okay so this sort of ways into mind because positive positive you some of your Your business well versus miami. Muhammad winner was pretty popular pretty popular pick. But again if maya wins i don't i think he just goes out on top. I think just like i leave the gloves and thank you. Thank you all for the fight. And i'm going to go and we will chill now. Maybe maybe that's why i'm willing. I'm liam willing to leave my in for this week. Just because we don't know like even says i'm done doesn't mean he's done so who knows for. Now he stays in the pool he could go with wall street toward belfour and be like. Hey dana white. I'm not going anywhere. Give him my eight eight fight contract. Dana pay up. I wanna buy deal. I just submitted this guy in forty five seconds gave my eight fight. The are very very classic damian maya type post-flight speech So yeah you're right. It is possible mohammed definitely if mohammed beats puns. And that's a very very logical matchup and i'd to see muhammad call for it. Frankly i don't think he would. I think again. If you beat by a there'd be some kind of nice speech honoring honoring my but i would hope at some point. He would also call upon view. I think that makes so much sense for him. Right now So that was one of the popular picks. The others won't read all these all. These consensus picks but Yeah rosen stroup versus Volkov if he beats gone. Or i guess we'll kind of loses. 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"rivoli" Discussed on Dans La T?te D'un Coureur

Dans La T?te D'un Coureur

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"rivoli" Discussed on Dans La T?te D'un Coureur

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"rivoli" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"rivoli" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

"What is the achieve of that difficult or is that in-coming is used for baton are and other mussalini and khan and once throughout history. You can see where you know hitler. While james agent and they were able to devolve at certain ability but then that ability aren't being used or health promotion and our strength on how that could be corrupted will become a very evil powerful eruption as far as the just really for pervasive my listeners. I myself The the change agents and being able to snap into a body for example is that is a technology or is that something the mind can do a rivoli. We did all right a little bit because it made it more using fathom how this processed anyway what was is that everyone is on the very large arena. And if you can envision feeling streak of data and each one of these streets of dana represented the current Or a life or or point in history where you can look in it and you would look for certain number of seconds and you become part of what was going on and the what we ended up doing because it was a large scale will could experiences at one time and people were.

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"rivoli" Discussed on Occupied

Occupied

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"rivoli" Discussed on Occupied

"A lot of clients. Do you really cards. Chronic pain injections really really hulk need to go into lake place. That's very dangerous for me to go right now to get treatment that i need and i think this is fine of link when i started work here. Concerted realizing the lack of access to healthcare and you pretty basic things like ot kids that really could benefit from that extra support like if they have been one of these rural communities there only being seen icy ear an oxide of where the columbia some of healthcare has probably failed. The north has probably at hostile the north. Because it's so inaccessible to receive the services that you need And even in a new vector can really really difficult but then you move to you know a smaller communities that are flying. only a haven't here's what's you know. Maybe a couple of nurses that are at the health center. All the time and that doctors are early coming in now. T t t s l late. Were were there a couple times a year an otherwise. It's up to such to travel to make appointments or on health care that they need so a pretty eye opening for me. And i think that's honestly it's not an arctic specific thing. I think that's the key. Searle honors folks living in remote areas of the country that Healthcare can be pretty inaccessible. Accurate pretty evident. Yeah it's i think that's something that we experience here in australia as well just curious as to how much i think in australia. The there is a real still probably not enough but there really is an emphasis on trying to get a lot of outreach services to is really remote areas as really remote communities but the still this especially some sort of specific medical care and that kind of stuff. There's obviously some services that we can fly out like can fly out. It's and vizcaya isn't speechis and this a scene like dentistry operate out of trucks that travel around tool rural areas and really remote areas in that kind of stuff. But there's some really specific like a lot of a united stuff like cancer care and that kind of stuff that requires hans literally tons of equipment that you just can't transport to those really remote areas that is definitely still barriers to access some healthcare When you leaving the israelis Really really rural areas. But i think Here concentrates hall of australia. But i know in queensland where i used to work for the state health department They do do a fair bit of outreach and they do have a lot of like permanent health care settings probably sounds similar to like way you are currently where the sort of in those not really remind but i sort of rural centers That again tries to Service that is rural areas as best. All sides has really remote areas as best that they can say. There's definitely something that i can relate to here at khan. I think canada's probably a bit bigger but the the still two very large countries with a lot of a lot of land which creates a lot of isolated remote communities We've got a lot of desert. You've got a lot of us say natural various well and it's interesting the on music desert. Apparently it's interesting speaks to for folks living here. You know let there will be professionals that come up from the south immediately cure for a year or two on a contract and then they leave and so and then a new person comes up as you have these healthcare professionals coming into your community twice a year. And maybe the next time they come in. It's a totally different person of the person you just told your entire straight. You started a plan with and slow. It makes it even less accessible and something that we talked about in part of the occupational therapy digital health networks here in canada just an incredible group of people that have really been exploring accessibility of ot as a profession for folks up here. And i think lovely ot on instagram. Nancy rivoli. Excellence detailed post about this. A couple of weeks ago like representation in our profession Amount of park ortiz that we have probably globally is is really really with disgrace. Oh we just don't have the representation. We need often thought. You know initially Garlic what is it. The cost of university could be started. Scholarship.

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"rivoli" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji

Welcome with Karim Kanji

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"rivoli" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji

"For sure i over the past year over the years and months have you know had these discussions aren't enough about venues disappearing In toronto as if it's a new phenomenon But i mean just going through your book. It's like you know you talked earlier about york ville And everyone who's in toronto new york village this really small block of now high end stores or cafes but there was thirty plus venues just in the small footprint is this mind-blowing that is totally mind blowing. Yeah i mean the the york ville thing was kind of like getting a chance to look back historically The terms of the illusion of toronto the city the york full thing was really sad because it was this really vital. Cultural district was completely wiped out by the city. Basically on purpose that they wanted it gone they wanted they. They didn't want these grubby. Hippies bring down the property values of this area of this that was going to be great for for the business of the city business. The business elite wanted to open hotels and clothing boutiques and things that we're going to bring up the property values and they viewed the coffee houses in the of the hippie. The you know there's a lot of there is a lot of moral panic around. You know this is the early boomer generation like they're the these teenagers who were hanging out in these places were the children of the the sort of the the elder generation. They were very you know. They're really worried about their kids. Really scared the kids. Your kids ridden hooked on drugs and getting into this scuzzy counterculture so they thought the the way the way to save their kids as well as well as to you know make this area more profitable was to just sort of make you get rid of all these coffeehouses make and they made it harder for them to renew their business licences and they kind of invented this hippie hepatitis scare the business bape leg health scare that beasley emptied out the area but then sort of in the few years after that like toronto became a bit more like at the political level there is a more reform movement. More of a in the early seventies is like the as as the boomers age up and started to get into power. There was more of an interest in protecting things in the city so he didn't really see anything like that happened again. And over the a kind of like aphids starting in the seventies and eighties like the kind of the toronto. The toronto live club scene or live music scene kind of got into a steady state equilibrium. Where there was kind of like a spatially of set number of clubs clubs closed the new open and that kind of like lasted in the kind of equilibrium. Pretty much until you were. You had this sort of like core of clubs. He could depend on like the least palace and the rivoli in the elmo. Combo ends niki. Dis and the danforth in its various incarnations at massey hall and The horseshoe the cameron This the big bought of core of of of established venues that were in a cd tolerated them. City really support them. But it didn't make difficult leader. Tolerated accepted that. They were part of old nightclubs with live. Music is just part of the city People go out to these clubs and they buy drinks and the spiked bike made by concert tickets..

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"rivoli" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

Welcome To The Music

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"rivoli" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

"For sure i over the past year over the years and months have you know had these discussions aren't enough about venues disappearing In toronto as if it's a new phenomenon But i mean just going through your book. It's like you know you talked earlier about york ville and everyone who's in toronto new york village this really small block of now high end stores or cafes but there was thirty plus venues yeah just in the small footprint is this mind-blowing that is totally mind blowing. Yeah i mean the the york build thing was kind of like getting a chance to look back historically The terms of the illusion of toronto the city the york full thing was really sad because it was this really vital. Cultural district was completely wiped out by the city. Basically on purpose that they wanted it gone they wanted they. They didn't want these grubby. Hippies bring down the property values of this area the of this area that was going to be great for for the business of the city business. The business elite wanted to open hotels and clothing boutiques and things that we're going to bring up the property values and they viewed the coffee houses in the of the hippie. The you know there's a lot of there is a lot of moral panic around. You know this is the early boomer generation like they're the these teenagers who were hanging out in these places were the children of the the sort of the the elder generation. They were very you know. They're really worried about their kids. Really scared the kids. Your kids ridden hooked on drugs and getting into this scuzzy counterculture so they thought the the way the way to save their kids as well as well as to you know make this area more profitable with to just sort of make you get rid of all these coffeehouses make and they made it harder for them to running their business licences and they kind of invented this hippie hepatitis scare the business bape leg health scare that beasley emptied out the area but then sort of in the few years after that like toronto became a bit more like at the political level there is a more reform movement. More of a in the early seventies is like the as as the boomers age up and started to get into power. There was more of an interest in protecting things in the city so he didn't really see anything like that happened again. And over the a kind of like aphids starting in the seventies and eighties like the kind of the toronto. The toronto live club scene or live music scene kind of got into a steady state equilibrium. Where there was kind of like a spatially of set number of clubs clubs closed the new open and that kind of like lasted in the kind of equilibrium. Pretty much until you were. You had this sort of like core of clubs. He could depend on like the least palace and the rivoli in the elmo. Combo ends niki. Dis and The danforth in its various incarnations massey hall and The horseshoe the cameron This the big bought of core of of of established venues that were in a cd tolerated them. City really support them. But it didn't make difficult leader. Tolerated accepted that. They were part of old nightclubs with live. Music is just part of the city People go out to these clubs and they buy drinks and the spiked bike made by concert tickets..

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"rivoli" Discussed on Thinking Like A Genius Podcast

Thinking Like A Genius Podcast

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"rivoli" Discussed on Thinking Like A Genius Podcast

"Discuss a couple of things out of the book Innocent child. I always I'm vicious to join the military. I i grew up. Neera campaign ness cliff in shropshire and as a young boy my brother and samantha more rivoli friends from the village with dressing. Camouflage fatigues and wait sneak around hold trespass in the military camp and we basically just cause a bit of trouble do what we thought was playing army and just rica. Bits of destruction on the on the local camp and try and not get apprehended by five whatever military year in it was cabinet training. Excise it time and it kind of stemmed from bareilly once you went into the army will do you. Actually win into the power regiment i and they knew migrated into the sas. Was it a natural progression to go into para i or end up in power. What was the motivation goto. The para regiment sort of my childhood. Our ambitions i kind of discarded military career. And i. I actually wanted to go to university and i was interested in football and you know in rock and roll concerts. And it's really following disastrous. Ever results left me. No real chance wanna say disastrous results. That will notice sign a completely failed. Anything everything's so was ready for education at the time it just wrong own parts of my life and nice just to force back into woah pursuing a military career. I'd seen a grown up in the middle of a countryside with was nowhere opportunities on a low of my My friends and people. I knew that never really left the cam to your done anything that i considered inspiring the idea of an exciting weekend was a game of sunday league. Football then to go drinking and fighting each not so feel is going to be more to life than young farmers club meetings sunday league sudden sunday league football getting into mindless full. Not certainly didn't want to go on a y t s apprenticeship at the time so Join the army and at that time. A member of the bbc channel four runs some cracking documentaries. That was willing on a royal marines..

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"rivoli" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"rivoli" Discussed on KTOK

"For a federal officer to arrest search or sees without the advanced written permission of the county sheriff. Okay, a way to control, you know, federal enforcement of stuff. And he said, Gary, You don't need to go that far. Initial well, what can we do? And he said, just don't help them enforce their laws. They don't have the manpower to do it. So I came back to Montana and I wrote the first version of this bill to prohibit our state and local people from enforcing gun laws and we've gotten that passed. I think twice before, but it's been vetoed by governors. But we're going to run it again. And this time we have a governor who will sign it. I just think it is. You're talking there and it occurs to me. Yeah. When? Long time from the feds come in. They immediately go to the sheriff's department and the sheriff and say, you know, we need your help enforcing this warrant or this thing. Because they don't really have the manpower in many cases, so Judge Napolitano May be onto something here. Right, And this is based on principle us. And for your listeners who don't remember that story when the original Brady Act was passed in 94, the first version of that required county sheriffs to perform the criminal records, background checks. We're federally licensed dealers and gun sales and sheriff J. Prince of Rivoli County, Montana. Said No. So you guys feds don't don't pay my salary and you don't like me the office so I'm not doing it. He filed a federal lawsuit went all the way to the U. S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas wrote the decision as I recall in any way the outcome of that, Woz U. S Supreme Court said. That Congress may not commandeer the resource is of the states and local governments in the story that black letter law that's good law right now, and so, this business of us saying We're not gonna help you Feds and force your laws. Is based on that Supreme Court decision. Strong decision, Gary, Of course you guys have been doing good work for an awful long time there. I want to direct people to your website. It's empty s s A for Montana. Stay, I guess. Montana Shooting Sports Association empty ssh dot org's on and carry on and just keep doing the good work. It's a lot of times it's it doesn't get as much attention as making noise and trying to get money all the time. But you just get the job done, man. Right. That's it. That's our mission again. Like I said, we've now gotten 68 pro gun and pro hunting bill through the Legislature. Um, and enacted it along that doesn't include all the ones have been vetoed or didn't make it through the process. This session. We will have one more measure. We're limiting ourselves this session to a total of three measures even though we have a lot of on our wish list, But the third one will be a joint resolution of our legislature. I'm asking the board of Regents to spool up collegiate shooting sports because we had a lot of people who are who are excellent shooters who takes scholarships, universities out of state in order to get those scholarships and joint existing shooting teams. And then we had We had to have that here in Montana for our kids and be able to keep him here and and get him the scholarships and the chance to be on the shooting team. There you go, Gary More, But thank you so much for what you're doing. I appreciate I know the folks in Montana if they don't they should. And if they are not, they need to belong.

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"rivoli" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"rivoli" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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"rivoli" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"rivoli" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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"rivoli" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"rivoli" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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That Time I Broke The Law

The Finer Points - Aviation Podcast

07:24 min | 2 years ago

That Time I Broke The Law

"I'm answering my question. I right yeah. Yeah so this. This happened years ago. And i don't know that i even really understand what happened. But i tell this story to my audience in various places on instagram and the podcast. And it's the story of where. I made a mistake on multiple levels. I mean i made a mistake in decision making stake in potentially violating regulations. Which maybe you can help. Straighten me out on a real quickly. The the story was. I was doing a charity flight for my daughter's school in which i had rented a very fancy airplane and a couple that was wealthier than i had been money for me to go. Take them on a sunset flight and run over the san francisco bay and doing my thing and i do it once a year so i have the route pretty much down. I know exactly where i can fly. It'll be one hour on the hobbs. It's not gonna break my wallet and they're all they're going to be very happy and here. I was coming around the east side of the bay. I had to transition the oakland class. Charlie so i arranged flight following with nor cal approach and i had flown through the charlie so i was no longer in the charlie. I'm flying echo. Airspace pointed essentially southeast. And i want. I wanted to turn to the west because that was where i needed to go to get back to the home base and have this be one hour and air traffic control. Says you know turn left which is not the way i want to turn left heading zero zero so i understand why they have arrival traffic. I can see a lot of that traffic. I'm situationally aware. I'm listening to the radio. But i'm headed now in the entirely. You know the opposite i to be going and they're taking me pretty far out and i fly this way just keeping my mouth shut for a little while until finally i say you know what i'm just going to terminate radar service because i know what they need. I'm gonna get low. I'm going to go back in your class. Echo airspace go straight to the delta tower. And i said to him you know. We'd like to request the termination of radar service to which they said unable and i've never heard that before ever and we can come back to it but one question is are they. Are they legally able to say that. I can't terminate radar service which is an optional service. And so i. I fly that way a bit longer. And then here's a probably the first real mistake. I made this hazardous attitude in these sort of flares. Up this anti authority attitude and against what i would say his better judgment. I just said you know what. I'm going to turn off the radio squad. Twelve hundred and go straight to the tower. So i switched the frequency. I squad one zero zero and maneuver at a low altitude back to the class delta tower and on landing i leave the runway taxi clear the runway and the tower says we have a possible pilot. I have a phone number. Advise ready to copy you get that sinking feeling in your stomach at that point right. Yeah i think the sinking feeling started before that. But yeah this was definitely Because flying back. I realized this is not the way to behave and not the way to fly anyway. I i pull off the runway. I write down the phone number and And i tell my students this as story so for anybody is listening. Hasn't heard that story. I use an example of how those hazardous rivoli live inside of us. It's not like you meet somebody who there's the macho guy. Ooh there's the anti-authority guy You know under the right pressure in the right circumstance we all should be aware of these possible hazardous attitudes that have known to show themselves as patterns in the industry and things that can really affect all of us including me. I'm not immune. And i'm thinking this through as i tie up the airplane in the couple goes home and i'm cool myself down. I remember the new compliance philosophy which is another thing that i teach my students that the faa has a has a compliance philosophy. That's no longer a subjective thing. It's written down its policy. They are going to work to offer remediation before they slap a penalty on you in theory. So after i calm down i call the air. Traffic control centre. I dialed the number the The trae kind facility there. And i asked for the control. Hey this is the pilot of whatever my end number was. I'd like to talk to the controller. I got advised of a possible deviation and they said oh yeah oh hang on and this guy you know gets on the phone and just start reading the riot act you know really really cutting loose. Do you know how dangerous that was. And the planes and you could have been all these things. I could've done and i just quietly listened to him and let him get all that stuff out and at the end of it all. I just said you know what you're right. And i'm wrong and i thank you for that remediation and i promise this will never happen again in you know i apologize essentially no. I didn't talk them. I didn't tell them how many years i've been flying in the area and tell them that. I thought i knew what he wanted or any of that. I just took it on the chin and apologized and that diffused the situation and he said okay. You know that's okay. And he hung up the phone. And i suppose you never escalated. Because i never heard from a physio or anything like that and you know i guess my i guess my real question is can he do that. Can you tell me that. I can't terminate radar service. Yeah and there. There's a lot to unpack there. So i'm i'm going to help you peel the onion on it First of all that was a great synopsis of what happened to avoid burying the lead. Yes the short answer is yes. Class echo is controlled. Airspace and a t. Ken give you you know headings instructions and they can tell you what to do and what not to do and of course as pilot in command. You're the ultimate responsible responsible party for the flight and needed to to meet the needs of emergency. You can deviate from any regulation in part ninety one including for atc instruction but again the short answer is yes even though you didn't have to be talking to him at all When you chose to enter the system and beyond flight following in controlled airspace and class echo in this case you are subject to following those instructions and so he was within his rights to do it. He did just as as the bait. That's the starting point the baseline for this analysis all right. I've never was the first time i've ever ever heard a controller. Say that but it's good to know that it wasn't no he wasn't you know he wasn't outside of his lane. I will say it is rare. It is not well known. I mean you've been instructing for a long time. And i think there's a lot of pilots who are very experienced who might not know this in a in a way. It's a bit counter intuitive. Because you could have said. I'm just going to squawk twelve hundred this whole time and be you know cruise fat dumb and happy and get back before that you know hob sticks to the our But you know. And i'm i'm a big proponent of flight following flying afar myself I'm i'm requesting flight following you know if atc you can offer at work load permitting But it can put you in that situation and you could unexpectedly get an atc. Instruction that you didn't you didn't know that they could or or would give you. Yeah it's interesting interesting and sorry. What one quick thing. I don't want to forget. There is actually a legal interpretation about this from. Faa's

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