19 Burst results for "Roden"

"roden" Discussed on Liminal Podcast

Liminal Podcast

01:48 min | 9 months ago

"roden" Discussed on Liminal Podcast

"A change and i know i mean i feel like with slack line. We could do better. And it's it's it's sort of. How do you attract the people the full range of people that you could be working with and you know there might be men who say well. You're only working with women. Well that's not exactly true but because the numbers are still statistically pretty poor for women in certain theatre jobs you know. I just kind of want to bring that to the forefront front but i do think there are issues with class when it comes to theater where it really challenging to go to drama school because it's very expensive so working class people really are saying where are stories. And how am. I supposed to go to drama school. And so there's that issue. I mean there is the issue of just of cultural and ethnic diversity that i think again people are getting better about but i think we have a long way still to go and if we're not offering opportunities maybe Maybe for for different class different race different. You know that there needs to be opportunities there. And i think they're happening and hopefully again because things have changed a bit even through lockdown hopefully this will mean more opportunities exist and yeah it's not quite dinosaur that it once was it's called out reset point the whole industries will miss been on its knees so it's like right if we're gonna survive. We're going to have to change around anyway. We're not even about some roden for awhile. Now do this. We've got the opportunity we have stops. Let's restart which which is a negative thing on the face of it's actually very positive is a bit like we were saying before. He's massive opportunity. But i think in this case in particular the industry really just just faults simple as our.

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"roden" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"roden" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Bail is posted in more serious and violent cases by groups that have no relationship to the accused. Coming up after traffic and weather together nude in schools released new reopening recommendations We have them for you way also have David Straka Lino in the traffic. See today at 11 33. The Subaru Retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three's Good morning, David Morning glory and we have some brake lights on the expressway. The support is sponsored by his equal Pure Z's Cell Pound Expressway Pockets of south and go from Southampton Street to Freeport Street, North bound side has gummed up from Nippon said past Columbia, Roden earlier disabled vehicle there. 15 minute right now. Braintree to Boston. North of the city. 1 28 north, a little busy getting by route 93 in room 28 for 95 north, Not bad getting by a right lane restriction after Ward Hill west of the city, some spotty delays on 1, 90 north and South bound, getting through ongoing construction zones in sterling, you have to be up in five hours, two hours and you haven't slept. Vic's equal pure disease is a drug free blend of botanicals. With an optimal dose of melatonin that helps you fall asleep naturally and wake with no next day grogginess is equal. Pure Z's naturally superior sleep. David struck Feli No w busy traffic on the three are David talk to you in 10 minutes, So we are in some pretty cool areas today. 59 in Pittsfield. We have not seen that in a long time. It's been a pretty hot summer. And right now we're.

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"roden" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"roden" Discussed on KGO 810

"P Genie is promising plan to power outages won't be is disruptive to customers as they were last year. Alleged came today during California Public Utilities Commission hearing He Jeannie chief regulator is trying to avoid a repeat of last fall's bungled blackouts that inconvenience and infuriated more than two million Northern Californians. API Jeannie executive predicts this year expected blackouts will affect far fewer customers and will not last nearly as long. Former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown has done a 1 80 on his advice to Senator Kamala Harris. Are you disappointed? No, I think it was the smartest move now that I think the smartest thing he could have made earlier this week round Roden Brown wrote an op ed discouraging Harris from accepting Joe Biden's The vice presidential spot. I'm no very pleased. The historical significance of her elevation. Exceeds any recommendation that I could have made. And I'm glad she didn't take it. Brown suggesting his advice was a diversion. I gotta tell you, I think that was an organized effort. Buy some of those internal Democrats to keep Kamala Harris from succeeding, as has been the case with keeping women from succeeded and not just women of color, and I knew that if there was a diversion In my mind. She could not do any worse, frankly, because she would be independent of that crowd of people that was trying to stop. That's Willie Brown earlier today on the path, Thurston Show. Well, it's a story right out of a Superman movie, a Lodi police officers being called a hero for pulling a man in a wheelchair from the path of an oncoming train. The rescue was captured on the officer's body Thief,.

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"roden" Discussed on Parcast Presents

Parcast Presents

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"roden" Discussed on Parcast Presents

"This put him in direct conflict with Lois Roden, but had a plan to handle that, too. At some point between nineteen one and nineteen, eighty-three, twenty two year old Vernon began a sexual relationship with sixty seven year old lois. Roden Lois is thirty four year old son. George did not approve, but could do little to change her mind Vernon, had convinced her that one of his visions revealed that their union would result in the birth of a chosen one or granted. This was highly unlikely. Lois was far past standard menopause, but pregnancies among elderly women are a common trope in the Bible so. So the branch Davidians were somewhat receptive to the idea. Lowest also began allowing Vernon, to preach on his own, and he quickly became her first lieutenant, which caused a further rift between Vernon and Lois is son George George had always assumed he would inherit the seat of power from his mother when she was ready, but now he watched his mother grooming another man, his own age worse George was forced to watch as his mother's followers began looking at Vernon with the reverence. They'd always reserved for Lois. They had never shown George the same respect. He lacked charisma. What's more? Vernon had that uncanny ability to quote the Bible and could preach circles around George. Social Psychologists, Henry. Taj, fell and John Turner have suggested that members of a group who embody the beliefs, values and norms of the group are more likely to emerge as group leaders. However a leader can also emerge in already established group by revealing the current leaders inability to embody the group's values. Burnin managed to do both I by becoming lois is disciple then by pointing out her flaws. Vernon was able to talk biblical circles around the rodents, his gift for pulling exactly the right verse to make his self serving point rarely steered him wrong, and he had a powerful and terrifying way of preaching filled with vivid and violent imagery. These sermons gave specificity to the horrors promised by the book of revelation. Vernon claim that the faithful would be reborn to inherit the earth once it had been cleansed of nonbelievers, it became popular message among his followers. They've surrendered their agency to God God would take care of them for eternity then slowly over the course of nineteen, eighty-three, Vernon began to imply that he was closer to understanding the Lord's will then Lois Very few followers rebutted his authority except for George Roden. Who exploded? He threatened Vernon with Ozzie. He carried while patrolling Mount. Carmel the result was nothing short of disastrous. The other followers found Georgia's behaviour abhorrent. Slowly the rodents power eroded as more and more followers began to turn towards Vernon. It time to strike. In Nineteen, eighty, four twenty five year, old Vernon Howell abandoned his sexual partnership with Lois Roden, and told the branch Davidians that God had instructed him to marry Rachel Jones a fourteen year old girl who had been raised within the group. These kinds of child marriages were by no means standard among the branch Davidians, but how will had earned what psychologist Edwin Hollander calls idiosyncrasy credits. He had slowly convinced the group that he was an admirable leader, and to give him the benefit of the doubt, just this once, but with the right kind of charismatic leader. Just this once becomes a habit..

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"roden" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"roden" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Cadillac for visit Heiser dot com because today's your day three twenty traffic weather begins to Debbie laws get Devin off you can see the radar but a little bit of rain activity popping up to the north said that probably hasn't impacted things here has not quite yet I'm not seeing too many delays at this point so luckily you will be able to handle this hopefully everybody drives well in that rain but forty one north bound just keep in mind in Washington County we do have that road construction where we have some lane restrictions that's gonna be tying things up just north of highway K. two about highly D. roughly so keep that in mind also ninety four southbound south of Layton Avenue on the right an accident there and another one on a ninety four westbound at Loomis is out of traffic on the right squats are with them right now hopefully will be out of there soon but it is not in the main line which means west on ninety four for example seventeen minutes are problems from downtown highway sixteen south on forty three looking good ground zero to mark had a twelve minute ride and then on eastbound ninety four seventeen as well from highway sixteen all the way to downtown traffic and weather together on the tense under the laws against WTMJ politically Y. dot com the W. T. M. J. five day forecast tonight clear comfortable a low of fifty five degrees tomorrow chance for a morning shower highs seventy on Saturday sunny high of seventy on Sunday sunny high seventy one and on Monday mostly sunny high of seventy four degrees it's currently seventy eight Texters tense Mr Roden said that green lake that hearing ended with a hard little summer rain right now so we'll keep our eyes on in the news yesterday the common council removes funding for the police department to buy tear gas delivery systems that sort.

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Why has North Korea stopped talking to South Korea?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

05:44 min | 1 year ago

Why has North Korea stopped talking to South Korea?

"We should probably acknowledge upfront. The North Korea throwing a massive tantrum about something or other is as shocking headlines. Go up there with Sun rises. The Democratic People's Republic is indeed readily imagine as a vast fortified Kat. It's missile launchers as angrily flung toys, its occupant, a child who's upbringing was rarely punctuated by the. None. So this week's announcement that north. Korea has abruptly severed all communications with South Korea may seem like no big deal. It may even be no big deal, and yes, these caveats are being inserted up the top, just in case North Korea just as abruptly decided to end it sulk while this explaining is still current. At issue? This time is the pretty long standing practice of defectors who have fled North Korea for. South Korea and activists sympathetic to them of drifting balloons across the inaccurately named demilitarized zone which separates the two countries. The balloons generally carry anti-regime messages, but also also born chocolate bars, US dollar notes and advertisements for the joys and benefits of treacherous, warm, mugging capitalist revisionism. She never. We have made a miniature version of the New Testament and we are sending these over by using balloons. Last year, we sent about sixty thousand copies disabled. We're going to send about seventy thousand copies. To. Don Those pudding recently that. To. In fairness to North Korea, which is not a phrase. One authors often. North Korea does have a case. If your neighbor continually floated blimps over your share fence, which scattered pamphlets declaring that you'll loan was tatty in your bird box was ugly. You'd likely scratch them off your Christmas card list as well. There's also the fact that until as recently as two thousand eighteen. South Korea operated immense banks of loudspeakers along the border which broadcast among other things deafening decibels of K pop into North Korea. In this specific context, the keeping of Kim Jong Hoon thumb off. The Big Red Button appears an active superhuman restraint. That aside, however North Korea has never been famous for its sense of proportion in much the same way that South Korea has never been famous for its non annoying pop music and Pyongyang's response to the balloon issue has been characteristically vituperative. Roden Sinmun the official newspaper of the Central Committee of the workers. Party of Korea and a journal which can be safely seemed to be accurately. Reflecting Pyongyang's thinking has called the balloon senders disgusting riffraff rubbish like Mongrel dogs and human scum has said that the tolerance of their behavior by South Korean authorities has aroused out dismay that one may have lost a few degrees of each and translation and menaced vote. showed them how much price they out to be forced to pay for hurting the holiest. And emotions of our people. There's yards more of this sort of stuff if you're a bit start for distraction. The practical implications of North Korea's latest strop as follows the twice daily calls to the Cross Board Liaison Office in the border city of case Song will cease. No more balling sniffling puppet of American imperial thuggery. How's IT hanging? The channels which allowed the military's of the two Koreas to communicate with each other will also be closed. These strategic upshot of all this from north. Korea's perspective is a little hard to glean. The balloon offensive is not new indeed has been going on for a while. North Korea is clearly choosing to make a thing of it, and as invariably the case with people prone to making a thing of things. If it wasn't this, it'd be something else. In this instance, the significant aspects may not be so much the what as the WHO, or whom whichever is correct, one of the signatures on the new no speaks policy. Was that of Kim Yo Jong increasingly prominent sister of Kim Jong UN, long thought of as a sort of executive assistant to her brother. These last few months have seen Commute Jong increasingly framed as a policymaker, and perhaps given the recurrent speculation about Kim Jong UN's health, they future leader North Korea may be trying to get North Koreans and the rest of the world used to her. And all this could be a pretty standard north. Korean play create. Crisis Demaim concession declare victory, and it's a standard play because it works in diplomacy is in life, the reasonable often defer to the unreasonable as long as it will persuade them to shut up. South Korea has already and with an

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"roden" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

07:35 min | 2 years ago

"roden" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Lot of New York New jersey kids with a chip on their shoulder four-star prospects over there. They're not gonna take a lot of guts from Marquette or the officials. Jared Roden is now over with the trader Tony Testa. I'm not sure what the point is looking out with him the road appears to be okay. All right now. The officials are moving over toward the scores table, and you're gonna call both coaches over to let them know what the dude occasion is. No, just by their reactions. How this has been a go. But I don't think it's gonna go. Well, for Seton Hall breeding is doing the talking Willard and Khoja hausky you're doing the listening reading has piece of paper in his hands. Who is clearly written down all of what is to follow here. The original foul appear to be on the John which would be as fourth. And if he's involved in a technical foul, the he'll be done. Sandra memorialized villi who had an earlier technical might also get one in which case he'd be jetted and miles Powell who had a flagrant one earlier might have gone to tech in which case he would be a jacket, but we don't know any of that yet. Now, more Joe's do all the talking. Now breeding is doing some more talking Kevin is mostly listening. I think he already knew how this was going to go. And now they finished talking to the coaches, Pat Driscoll is the alternate official, and he's going over to say something to breeding now they're going to give it to the official store. That one at all. Proud is absolutely up at arms are standing in the lower level sold out tonight. Wait till they hear there's hugs between my book last Philly and Powell memo Clarksville is leaving Powell is not from Brooklyn ashville is going into the locker room Quincy McKnight, apparently is okay after taking that shot in the head. He's coming into the game. Theo John has gone to the locker room for Marquette. So apparently he has been ejected. So each team has lost a big, man. Localized feeling for Seton Hall and John four Marquette. We still have not had the announcement as the officials are talking to the official score and the PA announcer making sure that they get this all straight before they make the announcement of the crowd would be a huge break at Powell stays in the game here. He was the one that was fouled. And I think he felt like he was wrong. Maybe a cheap shot there as they headed to the basket. They have not shown a replay in the arena. Clearly, there's a lot to talk about. Here we go. Here's the announcement. Coming. All right. So Powell was done powers out Powell flagrant and a tactical allies Billy injected with two technical THEO Johnny jacket with a flagrant technical Sukar picked up the original foul attitude. Technical foul, so Powell is done public allies. Billy has done. John was done. Annum now has four five and this game is an absolute mess. Analysts done as well. I think they said, he's exactly okay. Double technical. So what's left? Fires will have mcknight's. Nelson HALE Roden and Gil on the floor. So have the basketball. The officials now figure out how many seconds on the shot clock. It was a foul on the last play. And if anybody should her. Kevin Willard and Steve Lloyd hausky come together in front of the scores table, and they shake hands just to show. There's no hard feelings there. But clearly Marquette gets the better of this. The pirates lose miles Powell for the remainder of the game. He had just come alive. He finishes the night with fourteen points. That was the second of flare tonight. Sandro laser ten points. John score two points tonight. Adam score ten. They're all gone. What a mess. Kevin Willard is selling Duane Woodward to go get somebody from know who's left. All right. Twenty four on the shot clock. Nelson will throw it in from the right baseline after this. Long delayed gets it in bounds and gets the past back and drinks. It brought against our big role here now for Anthony Nelson Nelson with a high dribble left wing gets McKnight McKnight, fakes three gets a Milan McKnight to the bucket. Lays it rolls off. No good gets his own offensive rebound principle one hand or no got foul. Let's not I don't know how that rolled off the rim after bounced around a hundred times. Then got his own rebound. Got fouled. Now on belly. And now miles Powell's come out the locker room apparently not ejected from the game. That's who they sent to go. Get first free throw by McKnight rolls off the window. Good. Well, that's certainly a positive tournament events like Willis Reed coming out the locker room. Maybe not exactly like that. Mcknight's continuing to struggle to make shots a good first staff, but he just missed too close opportunities. Have just missed the first free throw one more come and trying to get the pirates back within two up with the right hand. And no goodie Mr. both house or the rebound twelve twenty nine to go fifty three fifty Marquette. Everybody's standing here at the garden. Here's Howard out near center court gives to Sam Houser gets back. Not a short too. And he comes right? If you got a double screen chased by McKnight, Shartouni accelerates almost traveled kicks it off for Howard nine to shoot hoops, Nelson gets into the lane, a whistle and a blocking foul called on Nelson. Why they have Nelson. Art Howard rather than big night. That's the first foul on Nelson. Team foul number five. Make it team foul number eight against Seton Hall. So a one and one coming now for Marcus Howard, who's made four free throws here in the second half. All have been a technical free. Throws the front end on the way rolls around and goes in just got a clarification here from John cale, the supervisor of officials for the big east Powell's first flagrant one was just a personal foul, and he just got one technical foul in that Pablo Gration. So he's not ejected from the game. Flagrant technical does not meet ejection power makes a bulk Marquette by five fifty five fifty six years Nelson. Moving left, the Gill screen out for McKnight denied measuring Shartouni puts it on the floor, and he gets fouled. They're going to call the rest of this game extraordinarily tight now. After all the. Conflagrations that have already occurred in this game Shartouni gets tagged with this foul McKnight will be heading back to the free throw line. After a time out eleven fifty five to go in and exhausting second-half at the garden. Marquette fifty five Seton Hall, fifty this is Seton Hall basketball from learfield. IMG college. You'll have.

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"roden" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"roden" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"Technology can also have the exact opposite effect on productivity. And I think that's something that we've talked about all the time on my power users. And I know that something that you you really preaches is using these these things. Tools to help you get more done. So that you can then go do what you want to do. I think a lot of people can use technology just as a time-waster, and I see so many people who who do that how much how much time do you? Now. It's it's now shifting the other way where you're just using the device because it's there, and you're picking it up because you're bored and saying what's going on and life is not there like your life is not there on that screen. Your life is out there. I think one of the nice recent developments is people are becoming more conscious of this nets dripping into the mainstream more in with like some of the features apples added to Iowa. And like, you know, we've even had guests to talk about this topic. I think it's important that people be conscious of it. I think this technology can really save your life in terms of making you more productive. But like Katie said, it can get you into trouble too. All right. Here's a simple one Norah Roden. How will you get your technology fix now that you won't be talking about it? What are you gonna do? Katie. I know that you and I both go through withdrawals. When we take breaks what's going to happen. You know, part of the reason I think we we we started this podcast is because our friends and family didn't want to hear us talk about this stuff. So we need an out an output for it. So I I don't know. I I do a lot of technology related things. Just to kind of prep for this podcast. I I have a daily list of reads in my reader app. My RSS feeds that go through. I listened to a lot of technology and other podcasts don't know that that's necessarily going to change. I I will probably trim some down. I don't know that I need to be as involved and as on top of things as I've as I've been before because I'm not going to have to be prepping for a show anymore. But just just because I'm I'm not doing a podcast as I mean that that interest goes away. So on all still be reading the RSS feeds surfing the web, and and lurking here and there, and and keeping on top of things, you can always call me. We can always work it out on the phone. Centrist road in. What's your favorite Star Trek series episode.

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"roden" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"roden" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"Fact that was going through your mind during all of this is hilarious to me. Oh, yeah. So the ho- stop driving Roden workout, thankfully, there was a guy behind us. One of my other buddies kinda ran up to me and had a fire extinguisher closed yards, close your eyes. Why? And before I had even I mean, I close them kind kinda late. But he's, you know, sprays me with the fire extinguisher puts me out. And at this point we had about thirty to forty insurgents start making their way down the roads and start fucking trying to kill us. All and he's like I'll be right back, man. I'll be right back. I'm going to get help. And as he was running back caught. In the firefighting started shooting back in kind of I don't think he forgot about me. But at that moment think you know, trying to establish a secure location was little more important. So he did. And I remember laying there, and I remember seeing movement on the rooftop. So I started shooting on four up there and just to kind of get some support by fire for my guys, and I run out of them Osos now just sitting there and. One of my guys ran by me. And he he looked down. And he's he sees me as like. Like. Are you alive? And I remember looking up on a mosaic think so and he's holy shit. Let's get you to a humvee. Let's get you to the humvee. We'll have moved in front of mine. To give support fire down there. And. He looked at me as a garment I'm gonna pick you up and take the other humvee. And I said, okay. But I think Malaysia broken and he takes a quick glance. And he's like, no, no, no, you're fine. I said, okay, you sure he was. Yeah, you're fine. I said, okay. So you pick me up, you know, start putting I put all my weight on him because I my legs fucking hurt. So they're putting all my weight on him. And we get to the next humvee in before he opens the doors that arm, and I gotta let you go really quick because I got open this door. We are humbly doors like five hundred pounds up armored humvees. And so he lets go me he opens a door. But as go at me, my my femurs break again or not break just came out of place again. My legs gave out and I just remember seeing him the humvee and the sky, and I'm laying there, and he looks over mini goes. Holy shit. Are you okay? And I was told you broken. Thought I was playing with you. And he looks goes are you not in pain? And I was like no give me up. I think the drill was so high still because all this happened in matter of like. Minutes. Fifteen twenty minutes. It wasn't like I was there for hours a fifteen twenty minutes with all that you went through with the ID grenade. Everything else. I mean, that's still has it had to have been an immense amount of pain. Like that's hard for me to comprehend. Yeah. I mean, like, I said, I think you don't know what so high, and, you know, still focused on the job that I really didn't feel anything. And so he finally puts me in the home, the and men things just went from worse to in from bats words. Just because the driver we had like I mentioned earlier we lost so many guys that we're getting replacements at this point. And this guy was brand new to the platoon was his first day out on patrol. I was his first they in countryman like talk about bad luck. And yeah. So the back of his head. He's like holy fuck. This happened every daily shit. They get into. And so he was screaming. It was scared. I don't blame the guy man. One hundred percent don't blame the guy. I think I would act the same way that would have been my first experience on the deployment. So I did what any other NCO would do. I grab them and I slept the shit out of them and shut the fuck up. The fucker come your ass down..

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"roden" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"roden" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"The leadership of your power t Jeremy Corbyn as at best lukewarm pro European but somebody didn't up to the match today. What are the chances? Something could go wrong in this vote, and we could crash into. No deal situation. I think the risks are very real. And the jeopardy is very greet. That is of course, negotiating risk and can the two sides feigned common. Ground on the issue of the bike stop. There was agreement on that at the December Council in two thousand seventeen but the smartest minds in London Dublin and in Brussels so far of manage to find the formulation. But in classic negotiation theory, both sides want to find that common. Ground on the consequences of not finding that common ground for all the reasons which served from Zinder extremely severe. So my hope would be that in the immediate days and weeks ahead. We will see progress in relation to the negotiations. But in December of two thousand seventeen there wasn't simply agreement reached on the might stop. That was also an undertaking. Given by Theresa May under pressure from Roden by ventures in the house of Commons. That would be a meaningful vote on the comes negotiations. And so I think we need to countenance. Just the negotiation risk, but ratifcation risk. And the reason that there is such Phibro speculation across the United Kingdom at the moment. Is that is no majority in parliament for any of the negotiation comes that are under contemplation and live admire Kim's characteristic British understatement. Tam under fire in suggesting that this will all be resolved. I have to say as we see in Scotland Hema, deuce. I have my doubts has because it seems to me that the Democratic Unionist Party me will not support their partners in the conservative party. When it comes to this issue of the characters relationship between Northern Ireland and the Republic, there are whole number of conservative MP's who've already declared they're not prepared to support the deal as it's under contemplation. And so the working sumptious donning street right knows seems to be that the labor party will step in and save Theresa me. And I have to say I am deeply deeply skeptical that you will see anything like the number of libra MP's that the conservative whip's office are presuming would support tourism in those circumstances actually tripping through the division lobbies and in that same. I think even if we were to see a breakthrough in the negotiations between the United Kingdom and Brussels in the coming weeks, then the drum moves to Hosa Commons. And at the moment, I don't see that as a parliamentary majority for any of. The proposals that actually on the table, and we should mention I should add onto you compliment to Kim's wonderful diplomatic polka faith shortly after Trump was elected. He tweeted that Nigel Farage should be the new best. But nobody. Even had this or read this tweet. Marvelous thing Freud that I wanna get into the constitutional devolution of the questions that are implied by this. But let's just start on the immediate. What the UP the Democratic Unionist Party which props up? The Theresa May government without them. There's no majority what that can sends with the check is plan and with the border agreement with the -cations keeping an open border implied. By the check is plan. What is the DP can send them?.

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"roden" Discussed on The Food Chain

The Food Chain

06:37 min | 3 years ago

"roden" Discussed on The Food Chain

"Source. The book was a huge success for the time. It was extremely novel, the most extensive and acceptable guide to Middle Eastern food that had ever been available in the west so far most of clergy as research had taken place in the kitchens and libraries of London. But in the late nineteen eighties, she decided it was time to such a little further afield women. My children left home decided I'm not staying in this house alone, and I decided to travel around the Mediterranean and research the food I had had a very protected life in Egypt. I never went on a tram or a bath, and then I had my family and I was always with them and there I was all alone, but I felt I never was alone. Really. They always say that if you're from any part of the Mediterranean, you're never a stranger really. And I. Found that I felt like a fish in its own waters. And said she wanted to tell us about is another Mediterranean dish? Yes. In Italy, I was invited to the greedy palace in Venice, it's a magnificent place on the Grand Canal, and there was this dinner which was bringing together chefs from all over the regions who believed in keeping their traditions. When I was there, we were all sitting on the road sign a long, long table, all these chef's. It was like my dream total dream come true. One dish that was there was one from the Venuto and it was Pepe on Atta elevator. It was Ovation's peppers, sauteed with tiny baby onions, the onions are cooked a lot at first before you put the peppers options. So they become almost caramelized. But they stay home and there was garlic, and there was white wine. You know it was so simple, but it tastes the totally define. A quick reminder. You're listening to the feature on the BBC World Service with me. Emily, Thomas. Claudia Roden and gypsum writer. His Seminole cookbooks have been credited with revolutionizing attitudes to Middle Eastern cuisine. In the west. One of the most significant of these is the book of Jewish fade, which Claudia began working on in one thousand nine hundred eighty. The time it was as food that was despised because it was really the eastern European Jews that was considered the ideal culture and not the Arab or Moroccan or Syrian Jews. That was considered partly the fruit of the enemy. Everybody to be, please don't try to book on Jewish food, especially Jews to me that it was a kind of food that people mocked. But that didn't stop Ovalles. It was to be sixteen years before the book was completed many of the recipes in it from clued extended family. But she also says she looked for Jews wherever she traveled. Usually going to synagogues and saying, where can I meet dues from here and wherever traveled, I would get a phone call saying, you don't know me, but I know you would you like to come for Chabad and actually now I went to buy a couple of weeks ago and somebody wrote to me to say, do you want to meet some Jews? And I said, no, thank you. I've been meeting juice all the times. I regretted having said that. Tell us about your fourth dish bit was a relative who gave the aren't an almond cake, and you boil to oranges for an hour until they solved. I thought, oh, that's really peculiar, and she would chop them and minced them, but then she would mix them with sugared almonds and eggs. And that was baked and it was a possible cake because in of the juice can't eat flour because it can ferment. So they use almonds, then yes, later when I went to Spain, there was orange cakes everywhere, but there are no almonds. There are no inches in the north of Spain. How could they have come there? There's a big Jewish community that converted and state. So there are these sort of connections when I studied history of the. Place. The food always becomes like part of the jigsaw puzzle. When you published your book of Jewish phase, it was quite a stir, but now we see Jewish food having a real moment, what t- make of that. I'm very happy and I think they are wonderful. The people who do it. It's interesting that because of all the young people who are reinventing they are making me popular. I'm honored. I really, I'm honored because the book is used as a primary source. Now there's the spirit of innovation and I'm very happy with that. And for instance, what we're going to do instead of doing a Mediterranean fish, I'm going to use salmon. Years going to cook her fifth and final dish for me a recipe she's developing for her next book. It is really thirty five years of taste memories of the Mediterranean and this dish. I call it a lap overall Sal because it is from Provence. And it is a fish with tomato sauce and tomato sauce is really the signature tune of the Mediterranean.

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"roden" Discussed on The Food Chain

The Food Chain

06:04 min | 3 years ago

"roden" Discussed on The Food Chain

"Hello. This is the food chain from the BBC World Service where food science, culture and business are mixed together to give you food for thought each week. Poke us from the BBC World Service supported by advertising. Everybody to me, please don't try to book on Jewish food, especially juice stone me that. Welcome to the feed chain. You're Wiki Perry Graham about the economics, science and culture food. I'm Emily Thomas. And in this episode I'm going to meet a woman with an extraordinary story of courage, love and loss. People didn't really want to eat anything that came from the Middle East at that time because they had been at war. They despise them. She'll tell us how the precariousness of refugee life in nineteen fifties. England led to an unexpected calling as a collector and guardian of untold recipes from across the Middle East people were saying, have you got this recipe? Can you give it to me? I might never see you again. It'll be something to remember you by. But this petites and softly spoken women is nothing if not to nations and years of painstaking research and begging for recipes made for groundbreaking cookbooks that revolutionized attitudes to Middle Eastern cooking in the west and still inspire many of the most influential names in food today. Nearly all the people who write about Middle Eastern food. They tell me, is there bible? Yes. We're going to meet the master of Middle Eastern Mediterranean flavors. Claudia Roden will hear about her past Baotou a unique to. Perspective on today's culinary scene, and if that's not enough, you will also be sharing food legends hip forgetting Honey of a spoon. In Italy fee part of London. At the end of a long road, bordering the city's rolling ham said heath stanza large house just visible behind some trees. Hello. Kennedy. Claudia Roden welcomes us into the generous whole of her rambling arts and crafts home with its wide wooden staircase in vibrant oil paintings. She's an accomplished painter, but she says her real talent is in the kitchen. To your apple juice. Before we start of whatever you want. Just show you where the kitchen is here, bright, yellow, and blue Morrish tiles on the walls and surrounded by mementos from her travels in the Middle East and the Mediterranean and long wooden table is Laden with Fayed. Well, I actually didn't prepare much because you told me. I was, I wish we hadn't, but this it's actually Tara. Leaney is Italian. It's almost like a heart bread with his fennel on the inside of these would do help yourself. And this is made, you'll dates which I put walnuts inside. And of course all these dried fruits that I have people from the Middle East, eleven detaining love inviting people for coffee, and we would be terribly ashamed if they can't eat anything. No problem. We have here, but I'll try not to get too distracted because I want to hear about poodles life as she takes me three, five of her most memorable dishes. Claudia Raydon was born in Cairo in nineteen thirty six. Her parents came from Syrian. Jewish merchant families had moved to Egypt's capital in the ninety s after the opening of the Suez canal, Claudia grew up in a leafy affluent part of the city with a large extended family. Tell us about the first dish that you've chosen. Will I choose a dish that really for me reminds me of my childhood. It's a mountain, and it reminds me of the times that I was sitting with ons and my Mata and cousins around a dining table in Egypt, preparing for a party. Komala. My mother didn't cook. She had taught the cook to cook the kind of dishes that we made. But then there were some things that my mother and other people like to make the kind of thing that takes time and that's dainty you like stuffed vine leaves and little cheese feel cigars, and they would sit around and gossip and talk and laugh. And some of us children would come in and out to hear what's going on. And one of the things that we will give into was a little almond balls just sugar and almonds. It is bounded by rosewater. And so the thing was to work them and then make those little balls. You would stick a starch on top, and I was used to take little bits and eat them, and I still do. When I make, and I think about Egypt when I make them.

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"roden" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"roden" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Exactly right can be hard you can under prove you can under reserve waste and then pay extra money or you can over zurve waste your money the approach that were moving towards is using reserves but then for workless that can handle it a buying spot instances to handle just you know the low cases where were reserved and maybe don't want to commit to year for something we it's hard is it'd be nice if this is just salt thank you i'm really interested in understanding a little bit about your monitoring and like how you kinda handle that what kind of monitoring services are using to kind of manage all of these services yep yep very question so again going back the whole like monoglot you know the hope spot framework for running things when you make a new hub dot service you get a ton of things for free at one of that is one of those things as monitoring we have a tool called roden interesting side note you can tell how old something is at hub spot by what it's named after we had a period of godzilla monsters and then our in a space theme in like i don't know what the next one gonna be so wrote in it's been around since i wanna say like twenty thirteen and it's this really simple system that just ingests metrics and has a rules engine for alerting and there are open source equivalents now but so when you make a service.

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"roden" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"roden" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Exactly right can be hard you can under prove you can under reserve waste and then pay extra money or you can over zurve waste your money the approach that were moving towards is using reserves but then for workless that can handle it a buying spot instances to handle just you know the low cases where were reserved and maybe don't want to commit to year for something we it's hard is it'd be nice if this is just salt thank you i'm really interested in understanding a little bit about your monitoring and like how you kinda handle that what kind of monitoring services are using to kind of manage all of these services yep yep very question so again going back the whole like monoglot you know the hope spot framework for running things when you make a new hub dot service you get a ton of things for free at one of that is one of those things as monitoring we have a tool called roden interesting side note you can tell how old something is at hub spot by what it's named after we had a period of godzilla monsters and then our in a space theme in like i don't know what the next one gonna be so wrote in it's been around since i wanna say like twenty thirteen and it's this really simple system that just ingests metrics and has a rules engine for alerting and there are open source equivalents now but so when you make a service.

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Woman attacked by rabid otter while kayaking

Drew Garabo Live

01:55 min | 3 years ago

Woman attacked by rabid otter while kayaking

"Uh there are renegate renegade otters on the manatee re on the brain river amenity honors are dangerous those are nasty little effors on their like cute plight pliable think that until they are they cracker had opened like they crack of one of those mild though i'm not sure annette one run a balmy you know from afar so i guess other is that there were there was a kayaking excursion on a very quiet section of the brain reverend manatee county just past sunday afternoon butch people at a kayaks enjoying themselves like they do in the weeky watching all that and a seventy seven year old sarasota lady was attacked by rogue and possibly rabid otter and i guess there were four or five other a tax that f florida fw seafish wildlife conservation commission are uh are looking at end of the bag i don't know if the rabbit or third they're all mad or whatever i don't think they're scared of much like if you come into an arteries area like you better be prepared to to fight that otter step into the realm of the artery not yet we pay for he's no backend how big is the otter like the size of a cat building i i'd say a bit bigger record an average house k yeah i'd say significantly bigger than he added at long law flynn slender like weasels but much bigger than a weaker than with always smart though they use tolls they are they are very very smart they can get a rock and then they can smash like a turtle on top of the rock or whatever they they feast upon what's inside there and they look nice in sweet but if you see like saw their take you pull up their gums they've got just these rabbit vicious fangs that will kill you i bet there are tons of fishermen who would doubt who had tell us that otters are anything but nice pleasant docile creatures they are they are nasty white family are they in now uh roden disarray like a a local water road by golly all water at like by water weasel mattiello there the weasel uh or what about the fair it ferret family now the uh their uh.

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"roden" Discussed on Who Charted

Who Charted

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"roden" Discussed on Who Charted

"He led the search style is he is he humble earth and analyse hard because he saying fitch sit roden right has brought he's probably humbling us yes snowed yeah he's not learning his own listen there now the title is a wish on his behalf about us wishes we have the ability but you shouldn't try to change other straight coming he's kendrick lamar he's number four maybe i needed would sit out with dan should we try to change others throw him out of this not by default i think i consider that a very very like everybody should have that code there if you're you shouldn't lasko you shouldn't tell other people what to do lately you know you should really try to avoid that you should consider that really rude let's chat i agreed with chart exclusive this dan you are and enlighten an enlightened nurse enlightener did you see it and enlighten nurse enlightener by a tried not to what i might up this comedians comedians plumbers plumbers i feel like i remain a world where there comedian plumber whose yonli dan falls where an enlightened nurse enlightener unwise yeah nurse people people come to me and they go i'm enlightening people is giving me down her friend making me tunnel vision about about what my craft and i go why don't you relax bitch thank you sixty in the coming a number three bruno mars with that's what i like patten baby girl was.

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"roden" Discussed on Zealot

Zealot

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"roden" Discussed on Zealot

"All violent punchy george roden mount of mount comalco's that way better than living in a bus so he he goes to the place and he says i know a guy that spain messing around with a corpse and the place go winnie proof sought that's when vinnie sneaks into the mount carmel compound with a bunch of paypal we'd gums and texas shootout i'd lowered takes in chewed out you and i only know of one year and then all the movies look this isn't ninety nine twenty two you know it's i mean win eighty nine reservation competitions happening all of this we couldn't yet yang every call now red horrific contest in every chapel reservation contests you're exactly right so he tools up with his minds the yeah and they pulp on our but a george pin him down at gunpoint by a tree and i think he does he give up at that stage is think george would hinge injured and everyone just got arrested there was a shootout yep absolutely ah a bit there is a couple of court cases and george because these violent george roden rights a bunch of led is to the judge physically threatening him so haresh and his buddies led off america and george his restraining order so he can't go back to mount commals saric kareishe berries dignity well so violent george roden could definitely be a like 17yearold soundcloud rapper coveting tattoos riot like yet curation dean and uh.

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"roden" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"roden" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"I think you're right people are very very good at twisting things to their own ends as we as we look at this let's let's recalled the definition of god what is god it's a being or object believed to have more than natural abilities and powers and it requires human worship specifically one controlling a particular aspect or a piece of reality so them by that definition is arguable that even if money itself has not a religion it could be defined as a god oh i think so i absolutely think so if if god's like zoos indro of a odin or roden wishes calm wednesday and allman can exist inside the human mind for thousands and thousands of years as these unseen influencers the control various parts of life the way in the definition of god is uh than this tangible things actual thing called money that has measurable control over the fate of everything living on this planet in the planet itself i think that thing money should be considered the same if not more powerful than a god that's kind of crazy to saying and i'm sorry that i said it for some of you but for others there you go will you think about is like the old batman argument which they finally knowledge and the latest trailer for the justice league it does batman have a superpower well if money is a representation of effort over time than batman most certainly does have a superpower he has money to the point where it's like time travel how many years would it take to build a cave anna a bat mobile about sued alone by yourself to have your own darpa so now you have yes now you have the hours of other people's labor is very close to time chappell.

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"roden" Discussed on Katie Couric

Katie Couric

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"roden" Discussed on Katie Couric

"I think firemen or uh or a squirrel i used to love squirrels i wanted to be a squirrel i could see that they're kinda like rats with tales that really when it comes down tremendous agility though to see the tree hopping they can do as a kid that's kerry impressive urals can see that either surly roden superheroes what role or job has brought you the most joy oh my gosh well let's say v because its current and it's the most recent that comes to mind and what motivates you as an actor in as a comedian funny scott to be funny and also the ability to collaborate or provide input to the material what about your daytoday life would people be surprised to learn uh that i you never shower brian you're sitting next to mad i mean it is that a guy got bad from i'm fully tattooed from risk to ankle no i dunno surprise i i am annoyed that i still have to drive my kids to school every morning for like fifty minutes bad father they'd be surprised to learn your a bad father i'm sure that's metro i'm a good father with us the one thing about parenting like really to we really have to drive them again today don't they have a school bus there's no school bus in this case through six school and we haven't correct we gotta get people who live by a so we can do the carpool diana area the carpool yashar i need to change that so i still have things in my life that i haven't perfect to that's the revelation of that what was your big break big break uh i guess you see beginning a tv show a sketch showing county central who do you most admire in comedy and d of comedy mentors i mean i have the childhood people i grew up watching from.

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