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Brickmaking bacteria and solar cells that turn waste heat into electricity
"Now we have staff writer Robert Service. He's here to tell us about engineered living materials. Things like exponentially replicating living bricks. And instant. Runways. Hi Bob okay. We're talking about engineered living materials. Can you break these terms down for us? It's basically just using organisms mostly microbes to make materials the idea of using organisms to make materials in any form has been around forever. Of course be trees to make word. We use cotton plants to for the continent textiles so in the last couple of decades. There's been many many examples where synthetic biologists have been using genetic engineering tools to tweak the genes of mostly microbes to get them to make all kinds of different molecules. They might be medicines. They might be improved. Production of ethanol probably hundreds of examples. What folks have been doing the last couple of years have now been trying to use some of the same genetic engineering tools to get microbes to make materials so think of things like replacements for bricks would like materials or something like that the metaphor that of coral that use stray was really helpful understanding us so there are organisms that do this all the time. Coral organisms secrete a form of bio cement that makes the coral reef. People are just trying to take advantage of some of that building prowess and put it to use in new ways. And this case engineers are using microbes to build things like rex. So how would that work? What do you do with the bacteria to make it? Grow a brick frio. There is an example Raleigh North Carolina company called Bio Mason. They use bacteria to essentially synthesize calcium carbonate which forms the cement around granules of sand. So you can basically make a bio cement. The reason why you might want to do that is normally when bricks or cement concrete has made. It takes a vast amount of energy to do that. You have to have kilns to hit the brakes to one thousand degrees. You have to fire them for long periods of time by going through a different route with engineered living materials. You can think about doing this at room temperature and therefore potentially reduce your cost quite a bit and your carbon footprint right and your carbon footprint. Yeah Yeah do you have to keep the bacteria alive inside a brick? If the bacteria grow the brick normally the way they do it is they start with sand and some nutrients for the bacteria and water and they formed the slurry and then the bacteria grow than after a few days. They begin to allow the bricks to dry out and as they do then. The bacteria will die. If these cells stay alive these microbes stay alive. Could they keep making bricks now? There is one example that we wrote about a about some researchers at the University of Colorado sort of taking the same idea to another level and they in a way they sort of like create like a sour dough starter in bread-making sour dough. You keep starrer with that has your yeast or whatever and use some of it to make particular love for Brad and then you add a little more the starting material and they get that to reproduce. Just keep doing that. And people keep their starters. I for years and years in the same way. But they're doing is they're getting bricks to reproduce themselves so they again do that. Slurry of the nutrients in the sand and and they make a bricks. They keep it in a state where it's the organisms are still viable and then they divide the bricks into and then they add more nutrients and more sand things like that to make two bricks which happens in a matter of hours and then they can do that generation after generations. You go one to two to four to eight exponential exponential breaks right. So they're they're growing bricks. Yeah what about this runway that you mentioned in your story in this case a group made a very large prototype of a full-scale run by they idea. There is in the military. And you want to set up an expeditionary runway and some hotspot around the world you don't WanNa have to carry all the San and aggregate with you and and everything else you would need to make a runway. You can just use local material bringing in some drums of the bacteria that will do the job and you give it some water and you're off to the races. There's also this idea that you might use living breaks in your walls to purify the air. You could just make surfaces that Harbor Bacteria to get them to do different jobs. You want them to do and one of those jobs. People are considering is to purify the air so get rid of any toxins in the air or contaminants or something like that. We write about a group from China in the US that started with the bacteria called Bacillus idolizes and that act curious secretes a protein. Once outside the body of the bacteria it links up with lots of other members of its own kind and creates a matrix that the bacteria then can live on and they use that to make what is called Biofilm. And there's lots of these biofilms out there in the real world. Bacteria colonize our teeth that way. That's how Schiphol's get colonies on them in this case the folks tweak this protein in order to bind different enzymes and they did two different things one. They bound an enzyme to this matrix. That makes the biofilm that breaks down a toxic compound and then they went on to show that it works. The enzyme remain viable in fact degraded that toxin and then they went one step beyond that no said okay well can we culture mix of bacteria that do more than one chemical job at a time so in this case they did a two step reaction to break down a pesticide and in that case in order to break it down the first bacteria had to do its job with one enzyme to do the first reaction and then a second bacteria had to generate another action to do a second job and that that works. It's the idea that you can create a mix of organisms to detoxify things that could be your environment. We talked about the bill environment. But now we're gonNA talk about the medical world to how might these engineered living materials work in medicine? One way in which that might happen is through the use of these biofilms again so another group that we write about from northeastern university in the US. But they're doing our engineering. A different matrix forming protein and it also helps bacteria form biofilms and in this case. They're getting it to bind the cellular lining of your gut in order to allow the bacteria which they're already many healthy kinds of bacteria that help line the gut. So what they're trying to do is for patients with inflammatory bowel disease in which part of that lining breaks down and can cause painful ulcers there trying to restore that by making a a natural environment conducive for these bacteria to then go in and set up a new biofilm to offer protection for people with the disease so you would introduce. He's engineered bacteria that are really good at making a biofilm correct. You can also engineer bacteria to work inside materials to do other things so we write about another example where researchers at MIT have come up with a way to three D print. Bacterial spores so spores are the doormat form of a of a bacteria and so they put these a three D. Printer. They print them onto a plastic matrix. Under the right conditions. The spores germinate new bacteria. Those bacteria then engineered to synthesize and antibacterial compound which fights microbe called staph aureus which is a dangerous hospital infection so in that case you could have materials designed to sort of perpetually fight off. Hospital acquired infections sell like a self disinfecting surfaces for hospitals. Potentially that's kind of the way it's going. I WanNa just add a little note here at the end about regulation so most of this stuff is probably not gonNA fall to the Food and Drug Administration or the EPA regulate but are there some areas that might need to have some oversight when it comes to engineering engineered living materials the way that most researchers in the field are thinking about it. They're they're trying to keep all this in mind. All other regulatory issues in mind as they begin these experiments if you have for example are making bio cement in which you're using natural organism. There's not really a problems with that from regulators going forward. Because you're not doing anything. Nature doesn't do already. It's really just the question of are you going to be introducing an engineered organism into the environment. And in that case there will certainly be scrutiny from regulators and the FDA is perhaps the example. Where if you're doing something that might have a medical use there's already a very well trodden system. Set up to regulate foods and medicines and drugs so I think people are pretty comfortable with understanding how that regulation is going to roll out but for example. If you WANNA make engineer walls that talks the air. It's less clear how the process it's GonNa unfold to to get some of those technologies approved
Ed Gein: The Butcher of Plainfield
"Bates in psycho leather. Let her face in the Texas chainsaw massacre this is the movie that is just as real as being there. Hannibal Lecter and Buffalo Bill in silence of the lambs. A census taker once tried to test me. I ate his liver with some fatherly. Nice key and they're all legendary movie villains who are best known for their haunting. Murderous acts on screen believe it or not all took inspiration from one man who committed similar heinous crimes in real life. His name was Edward Keen. Who's known as the butcher of Plainfield for his perverse actions on women's bodies both dead and alive he killed all two women in Plainfield Wisconsin and robbed the graves of at least eight women in the town on the surface? The area knew him as Ed Geene. The local handyman no one knew about gains secret proclivities until nineteen fifty seven when he became the prime suspect in the disappearance of hardware store owner Bernice warden her son. Frank found a puddle blood on the floor of her shop. He immediately suspect again. My mother said he'd been hanging around and behaving oddly. Recently Frank told the police. He insisted to police that they should question. Geen and investigators farm located a few miles outside of plainfield Wisconsin. And Ed knew what the officer was going to ask before the words even emerged from his mouth. Somebody framed as he would later. Confess infests Geen did kill Bernice warden and he kept her body at his family's farm. The following is a graphic description of gains home listener. Discretion is advised advised when the police entered gains home. They found Bernice decapitated and gutted her body hung from the rafters of his kitchen. Upon further investigation. The police found other evidence of human remains in his home including human skulls fashioned into super bowls. Human Flesh Schiphol streak covering furniture and a suit made entirely of women skin as in a suit that gain would wear. This was not a movie Ed Geene had murdered. Two women violated the graves of at least eight women in practice human taxidermy. He was terrifying real life villain to the living living and dead for a decade before he was arrested.
False Hijacking Alarm Throws Amsterdam Airport Into Chaos
"Bill Maher hi Jack warning was accidentally set off on a plane at Amsterdam's Schiphol airport on Wednesday night their time triggering a massive security alert air Europa said to tweak the scare of the Czech emergency services are rushing to the airport was a false alarm the alert in the Netherlands came as Milan's Malpensa airport which briefly close while police investigated as suspicious item in someone's luggage and that turned out to be a harmless
Airline says false hijack alarm caused Dutch airport alert
"A major false alarm within the past hour at an airport in Amsterdam Schiphol where an air Europa flight to Madrid was boarding when someone triggered a hijack alert warning bunch the airline is just confirmed this was a mistake in notification there was no hijacking all of the passengers are safe they add an apology for the
"schiphol" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Good morning Sam morning they're beautiful sun this morning in your eyes and a couple spots the prepare for that western this time on ninety five the good news south on a bridge St broken down tractor trailer tai internet for the better part of the past hour it's out of the way so the dilleys begin just south Bridge Street down to Girard Avenue also receive delays north on ninety five right at the double decker drop point breeze north at the airport Schiphol expressway busy west out of South Philadelphia south on the Boulevard at the Belmont Avenue and east on the Schuylkill expressway heavy two oh two through Conshohocken and then watcher just east of this we're getting word of a sweeping crew blocking part of the right lane and shoulder heading past city Avenue so watch out for that crew and then slow Megami to dry the rest the way past that point he a turnpike westbound some heavy traffic if willow Grove out to four Washington it off the turnpike south at mid county some pretty heavy traffic south of big county tolls down to the Schuylkill river this is where there is a bridge inspection crew blocking the right lane till three o'clock specter lays until then lower Southampton construction setting up its own street road east bound block beach midway between Buck road in Bustleton pike alternating one lane each way on the westbound side of street wrote that again till three o'clock expect delays tell them better in New Jersey forty two freeway slow north of one sixty two to ninety five backed up on the Commodore Barry and what we've been bridges into Pennsylvania because of construction already under way mass transit no reported delays if your local business you needed edge and community bank combines the F. expertise of national banks with the commitment to long term relationships with businesses like yours what makes pen community bank different if what's the gift what gives local businesses an edge in the cave with every twenty four hour traffic center on Sam clover all right Sam thanks now the forecast sunny today hi eighty seven partly cloudy tonight low seventy two tomorrow cloudy to be more humid thunderstorms likely in the afternoon.
"schiphol" Discussed on Chapo Trap House
"And I believe his name is Mark Wayne Mullen, no. No. Berry louder milk who was just some fucking berry louder Bill. He just booking cracker congressman from Schiphol Georgia. I'm off on that loud milk. It's like that guy that congressman that guy doesn't know anything about crypto currency. Why is he sitting in this event? Why are they even talking about cryptocurrency? This is a scam. This has to be a fucking time share presentation. And I'm really praying like this is where the seeds of the next financial meltdown are being. So that's one thing that has to be stressed about this is that in practical terms. Yes, it is a spiritually is a black mass. I mean, the witches savage. For the death of all living beings. Yes. Let practical level is a fucking jobs fair. Yeah. It's a bunch of on the make gremlin children who don't want to get real jobs. And hey, I don't fuck blame them real job suck and are trying to get into this pipeline. So that they can get jobs triggering lips for USA or heritage or whatever and then guys like selling things like crypto and in their own persona. There's a a lot of there's a big presence at the event from a fucking healthcare health insurance company. They it share. It was like liberty health or something like that. Yeah. They were just pitching plans. They five hundred dollars a month three or family. I mean, it was glory rebounding. We all got text messages on Friday morning that said, welcome to see pack. Come see us at booth six seventeen to sign up for expenses paid travel for activists. Visit stampede America dot com. Calling cow come here too..
"schiphol" Discussed on Jokes So Funny
"Again. They eat when I'm stoned. I e Shapur label and then. When I was living with my girlfriend, and I ate her. Yeah. Her half of Schiphol. Okay. Oh god. Again, munched up, bro. Eight happens hungry. Half a one a day easily three weeks. I don't because I'm not gonna shit for about two and a half feet in. We make you more. I don't know. And I've been chain smoking like please fucking beat the cheese beat the cheese coughing. Something green. I've been drinking a lot of coffee and cigarettes will. What are they called when they do that? No, I eat something green. I know was it going on a laxative. It's it is Alexis. I know. But now it's called something else with it makes you follow accident elax. It was alive. You never heard like coffee. They just stick it up there. It's not a dime. The doctor. Me real doctor. That's a character. You play. Yeah. It's still damn Dr drones independent black woman. Doctor went to medical. I was out at karaoke with some of my friends, you give so much of your personal information that you're trying to go dark. And you aren't dark. It's. Loosen was like to not worry so much into just be cool with uncertainty because those 'cause I his virtually nine for certainly fucking yourself over. No. I'm just saying this will be my last episode ever. They're going to have to find a new hose. Wouldn't be hard on stealing. All right. Like, Stephen Kelvin's, just walks right in this..
"schiphol" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast
"Auty deadpool is like a nice i slow change up for a gay josh brolin be someone else yeah nice april it again being cable and x force with domino shadow star oh i can't wait one last thing about that ball which again makes this movie unique apparently the score for the movie the score album is the first ever score to it's going to receive a parental advisory war they hid because the titles of some of these songs that are sung by thirty eight voice hollywood ensemble one title is you can't stop this motherfucker another title of of the score pieces holy shit balls apparently there's like a whole course people singing holy shit balls in harmony i can't wait i think that's hilarious will you buy this album absolutely not because that's the question last album full album i bought man that's a good question the last out of my god was mike rips album oh yeah but we were gifted that and that was great and thank you mike rips i can't remember the last album i bought this chorus of schiphol's though reminds me of the black sheep album they have a great track where everyone's saying fuck you and it's like a chorus of fuck us in harmony and different movements it's like a classical piece it's really well done hopefully we'll get something like that in the deadpool two probably all the new arctic monkeys that's the latest out you bought the arctic monkeys that really weird that they throw their poop you know now little bit okay musically.
"schiphol" Discussed on Super Station 101
"One that's gives kinda covered up but it's definitely there yeah i'm also gonna pick number six i'll i'll be the first one to say this obama's portrait actually kind of good i mean it it well done looks good that of course it is far as realistic of his face yeah other i thought it was a good painting on the guy clearly took his time a and look nice but like zack said michelle obama's does even looked like her i am hearst stinks like a mom thinking behind closed doors like our our michelle on an mbaraga sinking light while michelle you years does not look good a you can't get cake him out on stage by i don't like man but but behind closed doors and i think they had to see what the whole country sees a that a michelle obama's is not a good torture it will you know the thing is that you can look at an artist past history in their in their style a no kinda where you're going ahead so surely they saw that come in with michelle's artons the i dunno anyways it not inaugurate now now okay now listen it's already friday and we started out monday charter it we started out monday with this whole adam schiff the schiphol alcohol uh you know with his memo his 10page memo that was supposed to rebut everything that was sent out by devon newness now we have not seen it yet because he uses little devious democratic type strategy of loading up the the memo full of classified information that would pose national security risk and he did it and s knowingly sending it to the white house because he knew that they would have to be forced to out of responsibility redacted and then he could go his plan was to come back out in this claim that trump was covering up you know because you never know what's redacted it's all blacked out so he's covering up information that necessary to just you know for his argument for shifts argument but here we are friday no memo why is that is because trump sol through his little maneuver and sent it.
"schiphol" Discussed on Your Mom's House
"Because i'm going to give their reaction it his personal i'm a proud schiphol family was called watson mackerel years we came from italians and irish who were regarded as people from schiphol countries oh in a century ago we call people slanting eyes chinese immigrants that were now ashamed of speaking about knows her because they came from a shoot whole country and now there are backbone of this country in the 1940s we call people traders because they came from a ship whole country we called japan and worse shape we call people who fled from conflict inseparable america's fix it backs in worse shape zoe growing this country on the back of bigotry comes from what i saw my family call sticks wasps backrow leaders we should be ashamed lured humidity lessons in history woolf undercuts america role eater mackerel eater is he talking about like macaroni macaroni eater saudi saying mackerel like the fish i dunno look i never heard that one before you learn something new on the show every week just like mackerel you dog current mackerel it was a macro what linked if the fish rhyme it was a sectarian slur for roman catholics uh mike is the fish on friday well that's real any as hilarious what about hungary i'm from a shed whole country live at eastern here i know what other slurs about slovakia or you know whatever ukraine russia are we all should hole may antiicing hungarian sense set him now let's see.
"schiphol" Discussed on Part of the Problem
"Two two world countries in the middle east look at what obama did to countries in the middle east and africa i mean to how how is like destroying libya not worse than offending some fucking privilege white people who basically just go about their lives unaffected by by most of the ship or if they are affected there's certainly no more affected under trump than they were under previous administrations but that's the irony to me of all this left wing should is that it's just like it's like the height of privilege sanyu as a whole bunch of signs that was one that stuck out to me um another one was are there was this couple of again a white cup i mean this thing was like i i mean it leaves the portion up by me that i saw was just the vast majority of whom were white people and then even like the you know the black people that i saw there and there was a few but it's all like upper middle class but you know it's not as if this is like a real like oh the real disenfranchised people are speaking upper anything it's you know the most privileged people who are are decided is the worst president ever because their feelings have been hurt and but so there was this kabul again in another white couple the couple upper west irs i presume and they were there with like um with their sick again i'm guessing ages i don't exactly know but they had their two kids and if i'd to guess the boy was around six and the girl was ran ten and the fathers holding a sign that says not my schiphol president.
"schiphol" Discussed on KKAT
"God bless lovely we can already which is a which is a belonging why franklin roosevelt who said the only thing we have to fear is fear itself 500's will be john kennedy who said ask not what your country can do for you but what you can do for your country john c donald trump who said why do we wanted to take people from these schiphol countries mediate y with trump rohingya chicken ship schmucky bjs well all three have provided a few of the top ten inspirational presidential quotes of all time the answer shift for brains his franklin roosevelt doesn't belong because only kennedy in trump only roosevelt faked having polio so we didn't have to sleep with he's ugly way i don't care as long as the i may be jesus over law the greatest ever written even dayton seniors ours whenever whilst left this bear we used to go out on the weekends i am with drake tale we dry but there lewis cs some of them she lab may day it is good girl she said nice my game is showed lay upbringing a man who was that made his move oh yes laura day easily are even worse in june she lab may man his me ernie cisse the at hand the is mark levin stop beloved heard today but not the greatest trump is long over a not a car well i'm gonna get a hold on lindell over there my pillow said a marked bill mattress darpa jaws all a tumble blerta ask them why i a we actually book lindell's uh sean.
"schiphol" Discussed on Unfilter
"Washington senators patty murray and maria cantwell helped spearhead that efforts but even if it passes the senate it would need to make it through the house and be signed by the president to take effect there you go so at the state level net neutrality may continue on now there is something that we haven't talked about this whole episode have dropped a few hints here and there that you may have been clever enough to pick up but now we will celebrate the moment of the shuttle various you see in most plus name i'd say so guys here we are i don't want to say the word i just don't feel i don't want to normalize i'm donald trump has turned the oval office into our goal should hold hold countries shows dole schiphol countries an asshole s pole as fooled what does it say about you are from schiphol country were shithole leap pole kids are watching i just don't think that we should say ship holes is woefully a lot of should hold should hold moral schiphol holes was a shock to not really not outraged by viall live ellen girl now as one may have heard shithole in and of itself i'm sorry is it what's offensive all price jack holes channels which is obviously a big part of it foulest shithole in the world schiphol countries come here yes the ghazali without f break has gone on hold on hold on hold eyes iligan that grim ruler that air is the cooper grady.
"schiphol" Discussed on Easily Offended
"Orders join us i look but i'm sorry want to ask you what do you think about the the us president donald trump yeah i mean you can be completely honest we are very offensive podcast so tell us where you really feel terrible finally got his violent the the the previous other people they they were little bit you know they kind of support and we weren't surprised yeah yeah we were did you hear what he said about uh the people from haiti and people from the caribbean saying there from schiphol countries and why we letting them in uh what what are your thoughts i mean how how does do you guys look at us like what the fuck are you doing in the us yeah a new year i want to piggyback off that wait wait wait you you for japan right and you know honestly do you guys equate us with him like you know like like like would he does something do you just put it all want us to like like trump and the dot them like you understand like honestly i just want an or is it kinda like damn trump is over there because we feel in america as well like we just feel like we don't like we don't wherever were very much so so do you guys like kinda like you know like that's their problem right right and what are you what do you think of america just in general not trump.
"schiphol" Discussed on NWAP
"Be running for president like i'm not that i mean i'll have no interest in politics but i'm out there far gone rubs going to be lucky i'm going to both oprah that's not happening or any credit creditable michelle obama and the in the next two in while i oprah oprah beshile 22 and elmont you all these people low gets on instagram already sell teeshirts with them to on it and i'm like what is happening jahmohan is saying that they was done with donald rattled the same so they do a reagan and like but we don't need to do this again i mean i go knocked a hostile but jack i feel i mean i feel it and just like people with the whole schiphol countries comment as he tshirts already people i'm from allcountry esi displays at bookstores were is like authors from should whole countries it's like everything that said now is turn into an out in his in it's like i get it that's what's weird to me like i get it but what he ought to win oh good on our own i'll i'll be taking advantage of right now it's crazy yeah america has like a rule ever rule low for civil liberties in just like the biggest automatically assume that because liberties have a lot of money or they made a lot of money that the obviously soir that there are smart enough to do anything charges gomes anytime you really need like a celebrity of really here talk sometimes like i i don't want any anybody else that i think i look up to period because i'm disappointed every time and i'm not gonna say it over kazmi over we can pick any daylight oprah if you listen to this.
"schiphol" Discussed on Part of the Problem
"Is that it really is fucking amazing that donald trump calling countries schiphol countries generates more outrage then when we bomb these should whole countries but you normally should holes obama bombed and no one fucking cared i again not no one but like basically no one i don't know man i just thought it was it to me was tool areas for the present to be calling someplace a shadow a country for me to be upset about it for one for to haiti is a country like if you're from new york in your like it's not like an offensive way to describe it backwards place that sucks like that that ports fair and then i also i think we got himself into trouble as if he actually made the second comment of why can we get people from norway then it's kind of becoming a race thing whereas if you're just saying hey why we let him more people in here that are poor and going to be trying to take from the system that i understand plain okay let me just play devil's advocate second it's not necessarily look if you look at a country like haiti and then you look at a country like norway right and you say like of that country's great that country's a shirt haul it's not necessarily a racial common i think in less unless you were also work at a black country that was amazing successful first world contrary and then a white country that was a third should schiphol and not say the same about that you know what i mean it's not necessarily racist just because the people there happen to be one race in the people there happen to be another so if you believe and if you wanna just take the like the view that there is no such thing as race race doesn't matter even like races a social construct or whatever and then you can just look at the achievements and say like okay will i just think i'd rather live in a country like this than the country like that so it's not now i'm not saying is necessarily not races but it's certainly not necessarily races to say that i do think like but were worth think never give him credit is there is something we said for why don't we have a conversation about who we are aiming in like fringe.
"schiphol" Discussed on Part of the Problem
"But so that's when i jumped off of this this bandwagon i think some of these other guys stayed on it and this immigration thing might be there issue were they jump off but i gotta say air well i really i really do not see this going well for trump because what he's doing is is compromising on an issue that his base does not want him to compromise on and the people who will be pleased by the compromise will never support donald trump no matter what right they're never going to uh well he was reasonable on the dock sale i mean we were way off like this guy yeah are lama racists and now of course yeah that's true he either there is no political benefit to it but there is there really is a downside so again i'm going to keep my eyes on this issue because i think it's pretty fuck and interesting and what what you actually make of his haiti comment if it's true well let's okay so just in case people don't know referring to other item edge most of you do support so donald trump had this meeting with the cameras there right and then that a couple more meetings without cameras there and it was reported that donald trump said in one of the meetings without cameras that we don't want people from schiphol countries right that we are referring to yeah okay now donald trump has denied saying this just for the record well all right so what do i think about donald trump uh referring to schiphol countries well the first point i'm gonna make which i mean i've just kind of played this point to death but i'm never going to stop making it because the fuck an excellent point.
"schiphol" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And i do jerry wolf before we go i want to lead you with a thought on what president trump had to say on thursday in the white house about people from places like haiti and el salvador in places like africa the president's words were vulgar and a warning for anyone with young kids with them you're about to hear the president's vulgar words the president was talking about immigration in a room full of democratic and republican lawmakers haiti and el salvador in africa came off and the president asked why do we want all these people from schiphol countries coming here there are a dozen ways to parse the affront that these words representatives in americans i'll stick to one the president says he wants merit based immigration immigration not based on lotteries or relatives but on who contributes the most he tweeted about it again this morning but compe pierre yesterday's remarks to what the president had to say before about people from haiti at a june immigration meeting he said they all have aids or about people from nigeria at that same meeting he said they live in huts never mind that nigerian immigrants have higher educational attainment on average than americans who already live here the president says he wants merit and i believe him he's just made it clear that the entire continent of africa and haiti and el salvador places filled with black and brown people don't have merit they're worth less now i'm not the first to say it but i wanna make sure i do with the president said is racist many of his actions and statements leading up to this moment have been racist and it's a disgrace you want to hear your reactions give us a call at 877890cash take you can always reaches.
"schiphol" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"Right i i get that too i have i have crippling social anxiety you know it's like a big reason why i really enjoyed cocaine kota coke was light do coq suddenly you're fucking arap star and you know you got business ideas and all that shit so it would like drown out this thing in my head of just like you know bothering people i was the i i mean i go to burt people invite me the party's i don't give a more because they never show up and it's just because i don't show up again invited the donnas birthday party the night yeah and i'm not showing up to schiphol be there and i don't want to be around that like i like i was so i was in dc and i wanna be around that why wouldn't be rushbo because there is nothing new good comes out of it like i if interests i think if he comes up and says high to me then i say hi and i feel compelled to talk which i'll be drinking and i know all talk and on and then i'm going to be the bothers some comic that he knows looks at him is like this fuck in mount mount rushmore of comedy and if i dole talked to him that i go gotta number and even run into a this so so they they what good comes out of it and i find like i i struggled to get people to nobody wants to talk about anything i do now because they've such crippling social anxiety i interview people now in general conversations i just go aigle podcast mode i saw a bad thing and i'm like tell me and the people like to talk let's get over my social anxiety is i just pretend i'm on a podcast and i just start interviewing people but that's what i.
"schiphol" Discussed on KFI AM 640
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"schiphol" Discussed on Still Processing
"And i think this show was really in some ways about depicting a a version of black culture that you've never see but i also think there are a lot of why people involved in the making of the show and i think that's where things start to take a turn yeah we should listen to party dave schiphol's interview with oprah out when he talks about the moment at which he realized maybe he was wasn't in on the joke as much she thought he was because so much of the early parts of that show were really about using black culture in a way that was funny but black culture wasn't about the joke els those regions that will funny worth socially irresponsible up the white house deliberately being encouraged and i was overwhelmed so a side gig in a flooded with things and you don't pay attention to things like you ethics when he gets so well while his people traditionally goo paid on percentage braces more you were them where they made more they may make their real money they lowest increase a half either do everything yeah so i got all these things that i got my own personal problems that didn't inflame when this had him when he comes in and i got a rightist show and do the show and i was well and it was almost like our was almost as if this was happening deliberately okay we'll be right back i always wondered why oprah stopped dave right at that moment he was about to make a really good point i guess someone her ear was like cutting out a commercial break but she should a push back him in like let them finish well i got some bad news for you what i gotta pause you there was take break we'll be right back ran a finish that fought we'll back in the second.