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Detroit Lions Trade Matt Stafford To The Los Angeles Rams
"Down tonight, um, massive speculation that they were going to be a bunch of deals. In the National Football League, this one, although it's been announced. I don't take it can officially go through for some weeks until after the Super Bowl is over and done with. You not allowed to make trades at this time of year, But it is going to be at going to happen when trades are officially allowed to go through the loss and its Rams that required Matthew Stafford as their new quarterback, sending Jared Goff and three future trap picks. That alliance in exchange for their new new QB here to give us in L A perspective on it is Michael Duarte. You covered the Rams for NBC Sports in Los Angeles? Michael Jodie Mack here on CBS Sports Radio. How you doing tonight? Hey, Jodie Mack. I'm doing well, You know it was Watching this great Lakers Celtics game and all the sudden this breaking news of the Jared Goff trade comes up kind of shook everything up over here on our end, but definitely exciting. I think for both teams right now, first things first. Before I pick your brain. I'm gonna have to About the Rams. I'm gonna have to do so about the Lakers and the Celtics because I knew the game was on. I knew it's close. But we've been dealing with this trade and I've been in front of my computer and I looked over and I saw Anthony Davis doing a post game interview. And I could see the scoreboard in the BRAC background saying one point l A win. Had what I missed what happened at the end. That is correct. I mean, the Lakers had the game in the bag up by six and the waning seconds LeBron James turned the ball over. Celtics cut it within one. Anthony Davis, with a little post up move, looking for a fadeaway gets the ball stripped. Kemba Walker out in the break, looking like the Celtics were gonna win by one point at the buzzer. Alex Caruso. The guy here in Los Angeles they called the Karoo show comes from behind knocks the ball loose from Kemba and the Celtics just end up rushing Ah, shot by Kemba Walker. Actually, at the end of the game that doesn't go in the Lakers held on to win by one point. Snapping that two game losing streak What they had, I'm gonna have to see those highlights. That's a given. Michael. We appreciate you coming on board and giving us the Celtic Laker update but made a bigger story than an in game season. I know it's Lakers and Celtics. What's in in Game NBA regular season match up the Rams with a new quarterback. They beat everyone else to the punch. And what I think is going to be a very active quarterback carousel during the off season. They got their guy and a guy. They Believe can take them up a couple of nights it if not a couple of levels. Matthew Stafford, we knew Stafford wanted out. There were reports this week that Jared got could certainly be in the mix to be traded during the 12th season, but I didn't know it was going to come together this quickly. Why do you think it did come together this quickly? That's a great question, and I agreed to Jodie Mack. I don't think anybody thought the deal would come together this quickly and as you had mentioned leading up to bringing me on that deal cannot be made official until The official next NFL season begins, which is on March 17th. So while looks like it came together so quickly here tonight with the announcing the news of it can't be made official for a couple more months as you mentioned, But I think the reason Answer your question. Why it came together so quickly is Matthew Stafford was a guy that we knew the Lions were gonna look to trade. That announcement came a couple days ago. Detroit, you know, with the new general manager. In Brad home, a new head coach. They're looking to rebuild and go a different direction. And Matthew Stafford was not going to be part of their long term plan. So within the last 48 72 hours here, the rands new 100% Matthew Stafford was available in their eyes in less need and Shah McVeigh's eyes. That is an upgrade over Jared Goff at the quarterback position, something that as you saw throughout the year Jared Goff inconsistency seemingly held them back at times. And even though it wasn't his fault, they lost that as NFC divisional game at Green Bay, you know, had had your doctor a little better in the regular season. There was a number of games there. They could have one where they maybe they were the number one seed hosting that game, and that could make all the difference in situations like that. So I believe they saw this as
'Bachelor' Contestant Sarah Trott Was Once Spotted Leaving a Club With G-Eazy
"Matt james contestant sarah who we just spoke about Who left this week off from the show spotted leaving club with g. Eazy this pre bachelor but a big story. Big story back in march early twenties twenty. Sarah was seen with g. eazy at a nightclub. It's called delilah to right a right around the corner from my apartment in west hollywood and she seems to have been there for a friend's birthday party no other info except for the fact that they look like they were like maybe leaving together some paparazzi shots. It's a paparazzi shah su Just so interesting to me. How people still find that stuff. Like how do you go back. And look at pictures Sarah trout from the bat. I just don't so so much work to do.
Uber, Gig Companies Seek Labor Deals to Avoid Workers Becoming Employees
"For the Supreme Supreme Court Court attorney attorney general general and and Legislature Legislature all all agree agree that that there's there's one one accurate accurate term term forgive forgive workers workers employees, employees, a a term term that that guarantees guarantees benefits benefits and and protections. protections. Good Good companies companies spent spent over $200 million on Proposition 22, which legalizes a new sub employee category. There's limited benefits, but the company's still controls how the workers work and how they get paid. Here's uber CEO Dara Couser Shah He our proposal is essentially what we call an independent contractor. Bus model gig work of cross model, the independent contractor plus Well, Sam Walton and Wal Mart mainstream fancy titles for low paid employees get companies like Lifton uber have succeeded in writing their terms for for workers workers into into labor labor law. law. I'm I'm Sam Sam Burnett Burnett Security Security News. News.
"shah" Discussed on What Shall We Do About...?
"Records the time paste jewelry was fist invented in eighteen. Sixty eight but more recently. There's been a decline in popularity because well we all carry around phones with clocks on it and they also provide risk of the dreaded watch tan to go data on the history and the future of the watch i caught up with comedian and rata. Sami shah who is a big fan and collector of the wristwatch semi so great to have you on the podcast. Thanks for your time today. I saw asking me. Yeah now look. We're talking watches. Because i have it on good authority that you're a big fan of wearing which is earning which even knowing about watches. Yeah it just it's it's I guess it's my midlife crisis. Applications near every sense respecting man has to do something during his midlife crisis. And i'm forty twosome for it. And i just you know it's one of the things where My dad is to collect watches but you know he wouldn't last guy is a he's a saner on much navy worked on ships and stuff so it's not like anything that he was collecting was particularly expensive but they were beautiful time pieces and and so i always sold him on his wrist. And you tried getting me into them when i was younger and i just didn't appreciate them and i in one of those people who for longtime with who needs to watch his age. You know you've got your phone and all of that stuff and then I think i can't remember how i think basically my dad sent me one of his watches. Do like hey you know. I don't read this anymore. I want you to wear sent it to me on is beautiful piece of salon jeans. And it's like from nineteen seventy six and i I it's a legrand. Petite is the name of the genes brandon. And it's really really beautifully designed elegant watch and This is like it. It's nice having something on your wrist. It's not it's not obviously as accurate as the phone. But it's kinda cool to have this thing there. And i don't know why i don't appreciate it more so i decided to try eating it more and that is really got me into an. I'm one of those people whose obsessive in collecting of collecting comics my whole life. And when i get into a hobby at really get into it and briefly. I tried to guitars and so i ended up having three guitars before sold through them and so with watches. It was the same thing. I thought it might be a fad. But the it's been a few years now and i'm still really really obsessed with them and you know it's just become a thing that i admire and love and and and really all about say if you're walking down the street now are you looking at people's wrists and like oh there's a so and sire rolex what about you that kinda guy not like it creep. It's it's a lot more You know walking down the street. But if you're talking to someone if i mean -tracting with someone and they've got to watch on a notice it you know and and if it's noticeable watch a good quality watch on definitely notice it not something. I lost them about you. Know if it's maybe just take a water rolex or or something. That's that's knocker your daniel wellington's or your iphone watches something then. I'll definitely definitely do a question of what is that a dash and then we get into conversation about it now. Finally reunites icebreaker. So how many watches do you currently own semi. Oh wow. I think. I'm at thirteen or fourteen. But i'm gonna be downsizing soon because this being i went to every watch collector goes to the phases the first phase where you to start buying watches big affordable version of expensive watches that you really want and then cookie watches a unique watches. I in initially about like figuring out what you like. An addict sua to do that. And i went in that phase. Where i decided. I like micro brands. Which are people not like the major brands. Like you're relaxant taking all. That sounds like people who are creating watches out of a love of watch creation and because much like any other industry automation has made watch creation. Something it's somewhat more horrible and in the chinese stepped in and made everything we cheaper The fans of what who now. It'd be duplicity person company. And they'll they'll make augusta designed watching. So i got into micro brands for awhile that both of those and then you know i finally saved up and bought my first trump. A decent price expensive watch and i was like. Oh yeah this is a whole other level of quality than everything else. I own and i don't want to waste money on these smaller things I'd much the same up by good quality one. When i can afford it so i probably be sending a whole bunch of the smaller ones now. district to make more space in the watch box and to make more money as i can buy a good quality one later so when you say. Got thirteen watches that a case of every day monday. Watch tuesday watch wednesday. What choice and it was like for a while there i would i would rotate them every day. So you know one another and then is you know watches. A as jewelry is just jury for men and women. Match jewelry to the clothes and men match watches to they. You know your die matches your matches your suit and shoes match. Your belt in your watch matches your clothes and so on a bunch of different colors in in in the watches that i own they would be watches for different things that i could wear But the watch ended up buying Was a saco alpinist. Which is it's a cycle watchers. Japanese walked but to beautiful veil. Unique design is gonna green dial gold indices and gold hands and and he's got a compass built into it which is really just a strange thing that you never used but it's there but the finishing on it is excellent and and the weight of it and everything it just makes you realize oh this equality watch everything else is needed and so. This one is now the watcher all the time. Unless i'm dressing up for form event which during the last seven eight months. I really have had to you know. Then i'll switch out to something a little bit more elegant or more Under the gulf of the the short sleeves Something is the one most of the time now. This must be the most boring conversation for anyone listening. I literally cannot imagine anyone wanting to hear me ravage all about my bloody watches. Are you sure. I'll show you to pick these pockets. Silhouette learning stuff and we are going to solve the problem of watches. And whether they you know kind of on the west side. We'll get there in a sick. But i do want to know i look at what is i and i don't have any clue right and i. There are some that a very expensive. But there's also some that that might not be so expensive but one that you'd love. Is there some sort of prized. Just love to have. It's on your wishlist for christmas time. Oh everyone's everyone's got their own dry like the the one that the the call green watches the holy grail of your watch collection For me it's there's Everyone you know Serious watch collectors. Do thing where did buy that book your rolex The next meant back to the born. And for me to nine hundred seventy eight rolex oyster perpetual and. It's you know it's it's five. Six thousand dollars on winded..
They Call Us House of Ho
"N welcome to another edition of they call the spruce not filter conversation about what's happening in eastern america and reality television and i'm jeff yang and as the ho- holidays approach. We are here. Yes yes yes because this is this a moment for plans. We are here to talk about the brand new reality tv. Show on the block. House of ho show that does seem to exist primarily to make about the name. Ho shonda for asians. Everyone knows getting. It's it's a fun show. Show that Is definitely worth talking about. And we have some great people talk about it with us first of all our friends. Our colleague Our collaborator jammu. Who is producer of the podcasts southern friday and the forthcoming movie daughter and has the morgan with fillon myself in fill one. I don't know a little bit of a book project which we can talk about some other time and welcome to the podcast jess. Thank talk about this. Yes you are not alone. We would also love to welcome to they. Call bruce both you guys. First time right hon win. Who is the senior culture editor at salon and co host of good pop culture club. Another podcast in our Podcast family so welcome to the show. Yeah a happy to be here. I'm yeah shocked that it's taken so long for me. Ask but i feel like this is the one i meant to be on me. We definitely we definitely asked to vietnamese american women to be on the pike. Ask very specifically to talk about this show. And i like han when i asked you. I may have been like kind of presumptuous. And that like you know you're you're an entertainment journalist. Who's vietnamese american. I was like. I just assumed that you had watched you like interested and watch watched house of hope when i asked you. I presume that was true that you did and so and so. That's why you're like. Yeah i'll be on the on the podcast. It was funny because you know. I should've expected it and yet you asked me. I was like oh. Of course. Because i'm actually from houston perfect practically a ho hos and they were none of them though. 'cause toes what to private school system so we should say that house of hose on hbo. Max it is a Reality television series in the vein of all those shows that you that no one wants a care to admit to watch like the cardiac shahs of sunset and The real housewives that genre But it specifically focusing on a very wealthy vietnamese american family in houston Have i covered all the bases. I think pretty much. I mean know we we can say that the the cast of characters is What you might expect for a family drama whether fictional or not set in an asian context right you've got sort of the patriarch matriarch the siblings they all have different dramas individually collectively. They gathered together. Eat a lot basically. This is the nonfiction crazy rich issue. Because that's exactly what what was clearly developed to be right right right. It's definitely created in the wake of the cruiser cheese But that said i mean we've all watched it in varying degrees varying varying number of episodes. I will admit to having watched the first episode and a later episode. That i was told i should watch because it was worth watching and the guys are pretty finished. A lot of it right. So unless the jump in Just start with you. What's what's your take coming up. Well i guess well i. I actually ended up catching it early. Screener of it before so. Luckily i only watch more so It to be blunt. It was not as trashy as what i expected it to be. Maybe no expectations. And like i feel like new money. Beat amuse people like there are certain type and how the show presented was Surprisingly a a lot. More layered than i thought you know especially particularly when You know you go deeper into the series because at first episode definitely like leaned into like this this like you know american dream poll by the bootstraps model minority and all that jazz and and then it starts off like that and then just breaks it down and just show us like just all the dysfunctions of the family. So you know actually was an keep in mind. I don't really watch. the family. Reality shows is just not my thing. But you know i had to see it. 'cause beat me representation and you know all my worries and concerns
Interview With Sanket Shah, the AVP of National Accounts at Blue Health Intelligence
"Welcome back to the outcomes. Rocket saw marquez. Here today i have the privilege of hosting sank cat shah. He's the vp of national accounts at blue health intelligence. He is a highly respected and experience healthcare industry professional with expertise in healthcare data business intelligence organization strategy and advanced analytics over fifteen plus years of progressive experience as a strategic thinker. Saint cat is an executed with a history of scaling and driving brand positioning of complex health. It solutions and growth oriented environments mature an emerging verticals. He's well network with a solid industry reputation as a trusted adviser and brand advocate who continuously diversifies revenue streams via deep insight into the competitive landscape market demand risks and customer value creation to solidify dominant industry presence. He is just a an incredible mind in the business of healthcare performance. History for him is directly relations to healthcare's most dynamic trends around data analytics care management ordination population health management value base care. Ehr emr so. He's just doing an incredible job of that serving in the for blue health intelligence but also clinical assistant professor at the university of illinois at chicago. I think the perspective that he brings is unique. And i'm really excited to have them here with all of us. Oh sang cat. Thanks so much for joining us today. Thanks appreciate thank you for having absolutely so before we get into the work That you guys are doing at blue health intelligence and obviously listeners. You probably recall. We had Swati abbott who is the ceo. Blue health intelligence. You haven't had a chance to listen to the interview. Please go ahead and And take a listen but before we dive into your take and the work that you and your team are up to saint at blue health intelligence love to hear more about what inspires your work in healthcare sure. Yeah i've been in this industry for you mentioned earlier about a fifteen close years and was really firing for me is the ever. So changing landscape within the industry specifically from the technology side. It's names Where's you're seeing just tremendous growth In terms of you know back from way way back when when we were working paper charts into the high tech acted the marseille and then ultimately leveraging data to provide better outcomes for our members and our patients. So that's really really inspiring to me and kind of you mentioned the university of illinois chicago program now. A part of that's really where most of my passion is listening to these students that are rolled into the program. Those that are looking to make a difference within the healthcare industry and really helping guiding vise. V next wave of leaders. You know listening from their perspective. They come from all walks of life now nurses and analyze analytic folks doctors. You name it and just getting their perspective on how they're trying to tackle the biggest issues in coming together to help solve those issues has been really aspiring for me and Look i i look forward to talking to them and working with them and really excited about just another guy program and also in space. Yeah for sure and And so you've got this unique perspective. Where you're you know training and educating some of the rising talent as well as working in the industry and so how would you say today you know the business beheld. Intelligence is adding value to the healthcare ecosystem and in particular who is adding value to sure. Well unique about be. Hr intelligence is that we have a very Quite frankly a sought after accident. That is one of the world's largest healthcare claims databases. It's conformed it is being supported by our blue partner plans and within that warehouse database is essentially over two hundred nine lines worship data over ten plus years. So you can imagine the types of And that we can actually glean insights from the state and what we're doing that's really unique within the. Hi is taking a step beyond what i consider. The the tradition of disrupted diagnostic. Analytics really is what's happening and kind of why it's happening. But the industry itself is shifting and a lot of thought leaders and a lot of organizational leaders are really taking the next step of that journey and going from the the diagnostic descriptive analytics. More into the predictive space and the prescriptive say so not only. Do i want to know what's happening. Wife having that's kind of just you know part of business and nowadays it is now. Well what what. What should i help for. What should i be looking out for in the next say three months five years and so forth and then ultimately what should i do about it. That's that prescriptive analytics comes into place. And we've been heavily investing here in. Hi to really bolster our analytic capabilities to to help support our partners and by way Of of that collaboration certainly trickling down to the providers within the health systems that are engaged with the members and ultimately the beneficiary near as certainly most members and in our our kind of goal here is in the h. Is has always been using data to drive form decision making to lower costs for healthcare but also certainly improve quality for members.
Rena Shah, Head of Business Development at Binance.US - Blockchain and Energy
"Was wondering if you could Speak to you know how you got into blockchain and maybe give any advice for students shooting in totally. I got into block chain crypto from the energy industry Prior to working in crypto iowa's a petroleum engineer with an oil company and basically. What kind drew my attention towards crypto as that people were using oil and gas to do crypto mining and i was kind of thinking so much of the energy we reproducing going towards that sector. I was wondering what bitcoin is. What was a sting they were mining for. You know in my traditional sense. I always thought of mining. Its you know mining for goal drilling for oil things like this in this whole digital currency thing kind of captured. My attention insult. I kind of took it to the far extreme to defend that. I immediately bought quite scheming rigs and thurbers and set up my own mining poll. I would not recommend people to do that directly because it takes a lot of capital and it was maybe not my best decision but you know it was interesting this than i finally got to learn how you set up. How do i drew mine for currency but then how do liquidate it. That was like the whole learning process for me and that really captured eight hundred. There's this alternative market that almost no one knew about five six years ago. Absolutely so yeah. That's so interesting to me. Because actually in our interviews with students A lot of them got their start mining as well A they heard about this bitcoin thing and they set up their own rig so Is that something that you would not recommend. Nowadays it's kind of hard proof of work. It's kind going to be obsolete everything's being approved at stake. If you're going to set up a rig i would start it off on a smaller scale than going all in like i did spending like fifty sixty thousand on like servers and such. But if you're going to do on a smaller scale totally trade out. I think it's kind of worthwhile to see turning on your rig configuring it how you wish and then watching it go to work for you and then senior output of what your earnings. It's a whole different stream of capital that you never saw coming but anything kinda larger than that perhaps. Get some friends or family to help you out along the way because it's just a lot of operational experience that you kind of have to learn to basically run your own business like on day one which i was not prepared for. Yeah that's a good point is you're kind of immediately setting up a business Yeah i did it in a different way so how. I did mine if that i consciously only wanted to use renewable energy for mine especially coming from the traditional power sector. I only wanted to use green energy towards mining. Because i thought it was morally a little. Bit kinda weird to be using oil to mine for crypto because oil should be is more for like human consumption like basic power for people. So when i set my not actually partnered with community solar farm so that all my rigs in service would be housed on their solar farm off the grid. I wasn't basically adding to the grid. Absolutely yeah i've heard people talk about like the best ways if you have some sort of free or cheap or renewable energy sources If you rob if you live with somewhere with water rates you house like running water that is generating electricity or or some other reason like can be really good investment gaia and if you're using green energy in america you actually could get a tax incentive to something to think about.
How Do You Distribute A Vaccine To Suspicious Citizens?
"Corona virus vaccine to millions of Americans who may be suspicious of authority or on the fringes of society. Especially when those people are among those most at risk of covert 19. Dr. Julie Morita has been thinking and writing about these problems for months as Chicago's former health commissioner, and now she'll have an opportunity to shape these policies on a national level as part of President elect Biden's covert response, team Doctor Marina Welcome to all things considered. Thanks for having me, Ari. Well, let's start with this question of how you build confidence in a vaccine when there is so much suspicion and disinformation circulating. What do you think needs to be done right now, even before vaccine is widely available to the public. I think it's really important for people to have ah, sense of what's happening and what's been done so far so very clear and concise and consistent messaging about the vaccine development process. Venture manufacturing process. The approval process is So that people have a sense that we're not doing this blindly that The vaccine development that's happened with the co of vaccine has been fast, but it's built on decades and decades of experience in making vaccines and distributing vaccines as well. When you're Chicago's chief medical officer, you were involved in distribution of the H one n one vaccine around the city. What did that experience teach you about how to address hesitation, especially And marginalized communities. And are there lessons there that you think the incoming by the administration can apply nationally? I think we learned a lot of lessons through the H one n one pandemic in 2009. We were working frantically to get vaccine providers lined up to actually make the vaccine available, and we also hosted vaccine clinics and communities that are typically underserved. The weather physician accesses a little bit more challenging. And what we found was that these mass immunization clinics that we hosted in some of our communities of color. The turnout for the vaccines was lower. And so at that point we started reaching out to community organizations, Faith based organizations to have them help us understand what was going on in the community. Why weren't they turning out for the vaccine? Why weren't they getting vaccinated? It would have helped US organizations that are already in touch with members of that community. Right. So we were we had organization that we were already partnering with. We reached out to them and ask them to engage with us again, and it worked to some extent, but without we didn't get the success that we were hoping for, and so building on that experience in non pandemic times, the Health Department and our partners worked established relationships on ongoing time. Between pandemic so that we would actually have these relationships and could really rely on the information from those community groups to inform our planning for future pandemics. The current health department is actually tapping into in relying on those relationships now to really help to get the information to the communities and understand what their questions and their concerns are. Interesting, But let me ask. There are real questions about vaccine safety. I mean yesterday, the CDC Immunization Advisory Committee recommended to give the first round of vaccines to health care workers and residents of long term care facilities. But there has not been a lot of research into the effectiveness of the vaccine and the safety of the vaccine in the nursing home population. How can experts be sure that it is safe for them? So the information is being evaluated, but it will be evaluated by FDA to look at the safety and efficacy to understand who the study populations included. Information that I've seen so far suggested the vaccines how are safe and effective in a wide range of age groups, a wide range of races and ethnicity and someone that information's fully evaluated by the FDA is advisory committee. Next week. We'll have additional information to really inform the recommendations with CDC or the C I. P did yesterday was really make recommendations in anticipation of these results. But they can be refined based on what the FDA and their advisory committee actually determined. Now the CDC is reputation has taken a hit during this pandemic. Guidance on testing and school re openings has sometimes been influenced by political pressure. So how do you think a new administration can restore confidence in the agency? So I think one of these like when I think about the vaccines situation currently, the key thing to keep in mind is that the E C. I P is not. It's the independent group of physicians, scientists, public health officials who come together and really review the data River to review the facts, review The evidence and the makeup, eventually Advisory Committee that's the advisory committee and they make recommendations to CDC. And then CDC that makes recommendations and buy a large those recommendations of the pipe makes the CDC usually fit makes us well. And so we'd be looking for after the recommendations are made by a CFP. What a CDC actually say is their alignment. Is there agreement with what A C I P s saying as well. Now, as you know, distribution of the vaccine is going to be handled by the states. And a couple weeks ago, I spoke with the head of Maine's Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Dr Nirav Shah, and he told me his state does not have enough money to build the infrastructure required to make sure everybody who needs it gets the vaccine. Here's what he said. We at the state level are ready to receive the baton to have that baton pass to us to begin the vaccination process, but without proper funding. It'll be like putting up a tent poles without having the tent. And he said, This is true of many other states, too. So Dr Marie to do you think the federal government is ready to provide the money that is going to be necessary? I think it's important to provide the adequate resources to public health What I've seen in the past in public health emergencies during my 10 20 years, the Chicago Department of Public Health Was that there would be large Pulis's of funding that would come to public health agencies of the state and local level during a crisis and then shortly after the crisis, But then the funding would actually go away. And so public health infrastructure really has suffered over time, and there is a need There's a strong immunization system that's in place, but it has to be enhanced that it has to be strengthened so that actually, people can actually get the vaccine in an equitable fashion. That's Dr Julie Morita. She is executive vice president of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, which is a thunder of NPR. Today. She was speaking with us in her personal capacity as a volunteer for the Biden transition Teams. Coben 19 Advisory board. Dr Morita. Thanks for your time. Thank you. President
Interview With Michael Spedden of "Fowl Players Radio"
"Welcome to many podcasts. The podcast about podcasts. Now podcasting from the sherpa chalet on matt podcast era. He's your host jim. The podcast shah rebels in too. Many podcasts the podcast about podcasts. And so much more. You know who you're listening to right. Seen five me. Jim the podcast sherpa bringing you another wonderful interview. And i think you're really gonna like my guest today. Who's out guest today. show pa. He was a lot of fun to talk to. His name is michael sped. And many times that i get his name wrong in the interview. He told me what the name is that he uses for his podcast. And that is the name. Obviously us and i misheard him and hello sherpa. These name was right on the little zoom screen. I could've just read it right there but we were just talking and having so fun. I wasn't paying attention to the name on the little corner. Zoom screen play. It happens but michael is such a great guy. We're actually close in age. And he said it was fun talking to someone who was close in age because he was making references that i understood and to return the favor i actually appeared on his podcast called foul players radio. And you got to check that out. That's a lotta fun on that. Show mike a great guy had a super time on his show. And i think he had some fun over here to didn't even have to make him pay to come on it or anything like that. He did it absolutely free. Free didn't charge them a dime. If you want to listen to michael's free interview on this show how to listen. Hello rebels i send something foul. No it's mike stagnant from foul players. Radio is my guest. He's a musician. A podcast an actor and we're gonna be talking about his career so we can get to know him so you guys might want to check out his podcast you mike. Welcome to the sheriff. La it's great to be here with you tonight. greeting from maryland. All the way up to long island great to talk income. I appreciate you having me having pleasure to have you here sir. I always like to start off by asking. I guess to tell a little bit about themselves. So if you can k- Right now i'm the host of foul players radio. That's f o w l like the bird It's named after my murder. Mystery company called the foul players of perryville. Perryville is where. I live in maryland. Were about fifty miles northeast of baltimore. The reason why we make that ton or whatever you would say it would be for. Foul is because The town i live in is right on the susquehanna river which is known for its multiple species of waterfowl people. They have actual waterfowl museums ear to talk about that stuff so we figured it'd be a nice play on words for foul play my head. The murder mystery company for a couple of years. Now we perform on boats and on trains office parties and vineyards and whoever have us. I also am a musician. I right now have an acoustic duo. That i've had for about fifteen years and we're kind of comedy act sort of similar to the smothers brothers. It's two of us. We play acoustic guitars and the humor isn't as much when with the banter between us as it is with the humor's actually in songs so that's called. The uncle moldy show. And we perform a in the maryland area a wide knob sometimes in pennsylvania to most recently. You may know me as the viking. And the jim what worth commercials while riding around on the bus. I was the big viking. That came out of the back You've also seen me this year on kimmy versus the reverend if you haven't seen that movie it's based on the unbreakable kimmy schmidt and it's there's a scene where kimmy and tight us. The two main characters are way out in the country and they come into a bar. There's a leonard skinner ban. they're playing. And i'm the bartender in there. I won't give away the movie. But it's an interactive movie but no matter what choices you make in the movie. You always get to see me. So that's the good part about it. You know it's it's not like that movie revolved around me or anything like that We have been nominated nominated for a couple of emmys I believe it was for best special perhaps and then Titus burgess has been nominated for an emmy for male performance. I believe as well. I'm excited about that. I'm also appeared on gotham. I wish unseasoned. Five episode eight played one of the penguins henchman named dale. I was shot to death in the third scene. I was in. And i've also done a number of discovery. Id shows and some mom commercials down here in maryland. When i was starting out and everything. I'm also years ago. I was in the hair bands of the eighties. I had a big hairband back. In those days. I had a band that was kind of more like the call to little bit. After that when the hairband started going out we were called orange seed parade we played. Cbgb's in new york a number of times. And you know open for a couple of national acts over the years. So yes so. That's me in a nutshell so we can get a little more specific if you like Depending well you know the first thing that you said that caught my ear was the susquehanna river and i was thinking of that old. Avidan castillo routine about the susquehanna company. All right right squad at company there may have been years ago but the majority of there's only a couple of miles of the susquehanna bets in maryland and it actually goes all the way up to near upstate new york so there could be something on the way you know that river goes through lancaster and harrisburg and it goes quite a ways up. I believe almost up to upstate. New york if it doesn't start up there somewhere along the line. I'm sure there was and with your murder mystery troop you. You're an actor in the troupe. Right yes i am. Yeah okay so basically your book like for parties and stuff like that and there's someone who's been killed in they have to figure out if it's you or one of your co stars did it. Yeah yeah exactly. Exactly exac- i'm normally the detective and the host i'm normally the host and the narrator at the beginning and i have a row i have roster i would save about fifteen or twenty really good actors from this area here and we we kind of rotate. We were on trains. One of our biggest clients is the western maryland. Scenic railroad all. the way out and cumberland. That's all the way out. The panhandle of maryland out west year west virginia. But we also do the pride of or not the pride of the susquehanna we do. The black eyed susan riverboat. We do Slate form brewery. We do some microbreweries. Mount felix winery a lot of the tasting rooms where they have events and trains and boats and office parties corporate events. Whoever will have us
Fitzpatrick, Dolphins keep Jets winless with 20-3 victory
"Ryan Fitzpatrick was twenty four thirty nine for two hundred fifty seven yards and two touchdowns as the dolphins down the winless jets twenty to three Fitzpatrick started in place of the injured to a ton of my lower in the lineup and Madeline about back in and it just he just trying to stay steady just trying to you know provide the team with leadership and going out there with my number's called and playing well tight end Mike Gesicki in Adam Shaheen grab scoring passes to help the seven four dolphins win for the sixth time in seven games Miami allowed just ten first downs and intercepted Sam Darnold twice the dolphins also blank the jets following new York's first possession I'm Dave Ferrie
interview With Andy Imhof
"Rebels. And welcome to too many podcasts. It's me jim the podcast. I'm going to ask you a simple question. are you hungry. I know that sounds like a weird question that year on a podcast. But are you because i can tell you. If you're not hungry now you will probably be hungry by the end of this interview. It's weird effect that you get when talking to my guest who's our guest today shah. His name is andy hof he is the host of pardon my fork that he hosts with his wife and they talk about wealth course foodstuff and food sport and all sorts of cooking stuff and i made it a point to have a good meal before i actually spoke to andy and i would still angry by the end of the interview. Not fair indie not fair but anyway i really enjoyed it and he gives some interesting pointers and he talked about eating some interesting food and doing some interesting things with food. Careful get that out of the got stopped at you. I over that. Yeah you with the hat not anyway. Let's get back to it and we will take a listen to my conversation with any am hof of pardon. My fork hello rebels. We are in the kitchen at the sherpur chalet and my guest. Today is a guy who hosts a podcast with co host and his co host in life. His wife korean his his and enough naming the podcast called. Pardon my fork yes sir. Hey you just talked about being in the kitchen and Kitchen i actually took the advice of one of the positive reviews of your podcast really. Yeah do you know what that is. No hit me this. I'm not making this up if you look at your reviews. I know we don't usually like to do that. But if you get curious. I just saw someone say. Don't listen to this podcast on an empty stomach because you to be hungry by the time that you've done. Yeah that is a fact. That is the truth and tonight my my wife and i went out went out for a belated birthday dinner for her. And we stopped and got some pastry. So i'm good i'm false. I'm ready to rock and roll friend Some we can do it right this time. You don't have a beverage with you do jim. Unfortunately i do not. Oh man see a couple of things that i'm going to be sipping on while we talk a couple of things that are local actually to me here in oregon i have a rogue rolling. Thunder scouted whiskey. And i'm going to be chasing it with a little bit of Burr citius kasha. Forget which beer this is now. I by by a mckay time. That's the problem. I think this is the cherry trees. Tabula s- from them. We more concerned with with drinking more about alcohol and beverages before food or did the cooking element come first. The cooking element came first. We always had a little bit of the drink element that's mostly because my first show was actually called boost booze and barbecue and it was a variety show. We enjoy doing that. Show but as happens in life you know my co host Moved to a different town. Got a house pregnant like the whole thing and so things were not gonna work out any more and so i put a hiatus on that show. It's actually back now. But we had such a long hiatus that has been kind of a slow. Go trying to big things back up but you know the the booze portion had really come into the same time as the food with that. It focused mostly or excuse me focuses mostly on automotive talk and then the fair portion of of the booze and the barbecue. Pardon my fork has really just encompassed the food and here the last three months you know with the whole covert thing we started doing some like virtual tastings and it's amazing to me how many people have gotten on board seriously we. We get sent stuff all the time to taste and drink. We have tons of people who tune in locally. We your listeners is. They're not familiar with was won't really mean a lot to them. But we are. The most watched and listened to food related podcasts. In the mid will emma valley. But congratulations. thank you my friend i. It's a bit of an accomplishment like we're the biggest in organ or something like that but you know as far as our specific niche we go out to about sixteen thousand people a month and i'm very proud of that. How did you first get involved in the beginning with food and restaurants and drink and what we earliest so actually grew up in a restaurant. I started in my parents restaurant when i was twelve and it was just a pizza joint but i wanted all the basics. Learn how to you know work a knife and roll dough and you know what cooking temperatures are. And what flavors i liked and flavors. I didn't like got me out of the yummy phase the phase. What we call people who eat breakfast cereal for dinner because they just say man. This is what tastes good. You know we go to a restaurant with them in illinois groundings go mouths to have a dry burger bringing some catch up on the side. You know those people. They're still in the yummy face. They haven't developed their pallet. Really haven't gotten out of their their comfort zone of food. If you know what. I mean general. I kind of broke out of that early on i guess is what i'm saying
Houston Sends Emergency Text Alert To 4.7M Residents Requesting They Cancel Holiday Gatherings During COVID-19 Surge
"On tuesday. Show harris county judge. Lena hidalgo reiterated the seriousness of this latest surge of covid nineteen cases later tuesday to reinforce at the county released an emergency broadcast alert urging residents to stay home wear masks and cancelled gatherings that last part is not welcome news for folks whose job it is to promote and encourage such gatherings or those who rely on such events convention and visitors bureau officials owners of major convention and performance venues nationwide hotels. You name it. There are all sorts of industries that have had to radically rethink what they do how they do it and what they can or cannot plan for and promote communities. What exactly can such folks do in houston amid a pandemic leading to record setting numbers of infections by the day. Let's ask houston first acting president and ceo. Michael heckman michael. Welcome to houston matters. Good morning it's great to be here. Thank you for joining us. You took on this role at houston. I back in august. Though you've been with the local government corporation that manages city owned buildings properties and parking for a number of years in other roles how has the pandemic impacted the work. Houston i is doing. And we'll be doing in the coming months well it it was This year's been a lot of change for a lot of people pretty much. Everybody and many many industries maybe none more than the travel live events and tourism business Once march hit we had to really really React in a different way Than what our plans. Our plans completely got thrown out the window. We were looking for a record year for tourism for twenty twenty or conventions. We had a great convention calendar In once it became clear over time that that wasn't gonna happen. We had to shift immediately to You know we pulled our domestic and international advertising. We shifted to community support. We shifted to things like stations To be able to put people eventually back in in hotels But the impacts for the hospitality community and anyone in the live event. Business has been Extreme houston i operates. The george brown convention center avenida houston jones hall worthy miller outdoor theatre among other venues. While many if not all those venues very much this at the moment and haven't been able to for a number of months. Can some events conventions meetings concerts. Would you be scheduled at least several months out. Maybe if not a year or more from now well we're looking at at. I'll get to the performance. Venue in a moment but You know we're looking at next year Currently and what are our best View of it is today and talking to all of our convention. Clients is We're seeing shift from q one and q two two major conventions that have moved back into q. Three possibly q four. We're not seeing as many outhouse cancellations which is good news. I think that the vaccine news. is Is the light at the end of the tunnel will see how it's ultimately distributed and brought to scale Hopefully that will be over the first six months of twenty twenty one But but some green shoots as we see them as you know for example Offshore technology conference otc move from may back to august and we'll see some additional shifts of some major conventions that will move back into into q three and q four so after july. first we have seen No cancellations related to covid On our calendar so the second half of the year could be A busy convention year. In the meantime what can and is being done through the george r brown convention center these days. I think if you look at some of these small safe events that were able to do For for example the symphony in jones hall Outdoor programming again. That's that's physically distanced. That safe safeties number one priority for for any of our attendees for any guests for travelers for that matter. You know that's why. We've rolled out the the houston clean initiative in partnership with many of the sports events and venues And hospitality sector Whether that be restaurants or hotels is houston clean Is a promise to ease or anyone that may travel is. There's there's a minimum amount of Protocols that each one that takes this pledge we'll put into place so as we develop this level of confidence with with attendees travelers. Hopefully we'll be able to to be able to get That visitor economy in the hospitality economy be able to be restarted. But there are some events that you're you're able to do where we're going to be Hosting events down here at the the avenida friday night there will be The alley theatre will have their Their tree lighting Down here The ice at discovery green there are events small in nature that you're able to do At this period of time but safety is the number one
Dr. Umair Shah Reflects On Time As Houston's Harris County Health Authority, Ahead Of New Washington State Role
"Harris county public health executive director. Dr shawn ounce tuesday. He's leaving the department. He's led since twenty thirteen to become washington state's new secretary of health. He joins us now. Dr shock congrats on the new gig. Welcome back to the show. Crag it's as you can imagine but Thanks for having me and thanks for the congratulations. Why have you decided to take on this new challenge in the state of washington. Well it's You know let me. Let me just say Again with mentioned about the sweet piece is that there's just so much that we have accomplished here and and so many incredible incredible staff members Department leadership and and just across the community cross county government but across the community. That have just done. Just such an amazing job It is really hard to leave. But i will tell you that what you know it. Opportunities are when they come before you and i was asked by governor ins lease Administration to join as the secretary of health. And it's an incredible privilege and honor to be asked for that And certainly i'm hopeful to be able to take that experience from here and what i've learned and been able to do here in harris county to state level and some excited about that. Would you characterize the challenges that washington state is facing as roughly the same as what we're facing here when it comes to the pandemic. Oh craig here's the thing so it it. We're all facing the same way. So i in fact i got this question yesterday from a reporter in in seattle and it was a very Very much a question. That i thought was interesting and it was about well. You know the state is big and it's diverse and you know it's got red and blue areas and it's got urban areas and it's got suburban areas and scott rural areas and not. Everybody has agreed on how we should fight the pandemic So what what are your thoughts about coming into that. And i thought that kind of sounds like harris county So you know it's it's seven point six million people it's it's larger than obviously harris county and in population and certainly size. But i will tell you that it. It is also true that throughout this pandemic what we are facing here in our community is similar to what we're facing across texas across the country and across the globe now everything is manifesting differently. So fortunately we although we've been seeing increases and yes. These are concerning trends here within our region. We're not seeing that same level that you've seen in el paso or other parts of texas other parts of the country now again we can't let our our eyes off the the the ball here because very quickly as you talked over the month things can change and when they change. They changed quickly. And so we've got to do everything we can to prevent it from happening in the first place. And that's why we've got a strategic opportunity right before the holidays to get things Right and for community to heed the call to to really change the behaviors that were having over the holidays. And that's going to really drive. You know what's going to happen for us in the next chapter for you know for our community. What's next for harris county health leadership. Well you know. Obviously county government is going to make a decision and You know. I'm leaving an incredibly strong Leadership team behind In fact you can see it on twitter. I tweeted it out recently and it's strong. It's experienced its diverse Dedicated passionate and that's what community wants from its public health leadership and so. I'm just incredibly proud of that team. Now it's never about the me. It's always about the we when when we do activities or we take on activities and so craig what i would say is that while i may be not here and cheering this community on from a distance that work continues and that team continues and they are here and they're ready but ultimately it's going to be county government and commissioner's court. Who's going to decide what they're going to do after i leave my last day. Here's december eighteenth What they're going to do after that in the interim period and certainly beyond that But i will tell you that we've got a great team and i'm hopeful that the community remembers the incredible work that we've done you know local health department of the year National accreditation Microsoft research Picking us as the only community in the country. The only health department the country for its project premonition We've you know we were ranked number two recently and peer rankings by seven hundred and forty local health departments across the country for who. They look to initiatives. There's a lot of incredible work that we've done and craig one that i know you're I've talked about this before. Related to animals When i started at the at the department as the director are leave alive rate animals. That left our shelter. Alive was was about fifteen percent. This is twenty twelve twenty thirteen. It is now ninety eight percent. We have actually changed the narrative. These are things that we have to be proud of as a community and as a as the government. I just really want to just say that. We can't do it alone. In this pandemic has shown this you know obviously harvey and katrina rita i e carvey all these hurricanes and tropical storms but also you know h one n one ebola zico now covid nineteen. We have a lot of work that continues. There's never a good time to leave. But i'm very proud of our department and our team and i'm excited about the fact that they're going to continue that that work into the future. What parting advice. Can you offer to huston. Ian the department and its initiatives not just about cove in the current surge in cases about the region's health and general. Well a two things. One is that look cova. Nineteen is a. It's a crisis it's pandemic it is. Let's not let's not let our focus off of that so What i've been calling twenty twentieth the first half of football game. It's the first half the holidays coming up here. We're going to be at halftime. Usually people take a charge Recharge during halftime they changed strategy. They think about what's up ahead. We know twenty twenty one's gonna be vaccines vaccines vaccines and certainly We've got to be readying ourselves for the second half so halftime so critical. So if you don't have to have thanksgiving holidays with a lot of people don't and fact Make him very small holidays. a few people your social bubble your immediate people in your family Don't travel do those kinds of things if you're gonna do those things. Please look at our website for safety precautions. That's the one thing koba. Nineteen craig the second thing. Let's remember the value proposition of of true health. Not just health care delivery about prevention about the investment in public health systems. The reason that we have got into some of this mess across the country is we have not appreciated the value of public health and prevention. And so we wait for people to get sick and then we try to do things. We wait for people to get injured and we try to do things. Let's invest upfront. And if we do that in county and city and and even state and federal governments we invest truly unhealth then we can have a healthier community. Dr rumor shaw's the soon to be departing executive director of harris county public health. Doctor shaw thanks very much. Thank you craig. It's been an honor to be with the all. These
Diamond Jim Moran
"Welcome wire-tappers out there here in this video of gang. Lenoir beautiful fall afternoon not on the golf courses afternoon folks in here getting ready to record a podcast for y'all i have the grandson of james diamond. Jim brough cada. His grandson's name is bobby. Bre qatar now bobby. Did i pronounce that close enough. Yes sir okay good. I like to say my northwest missouri nasal hillbilly kind of trying funny. What about that. I just had a comment. Somebody said always seems weird to have a guy with a southern voice. Say the word capco. Now i don't really consider southern voice to you have got northern voice to people up this guy resume shah firm chicago to him. I have a southern boy. So a hewlett you guys. Listen to bobby talk a little bit and you'll hear that salt sweet syrupy south louisiana voice. Our true southern boys right. Yeah it's a little different than new. All has its own unique accent. I've been confused being from boston. New york no. Yeah you know. I hear that now. Wow i do hear that many dollars around the city you know. Talk to different people. You can tell what part of the city from interested in so now. Let's get to the meat of this. You've written a book here recently. Called food for kings. And it's part to crime as part history in his part a recipe book cookbook. If you will food for king diamond jim. A new orleans legend now diamond. Jim mocatta was your grandfather. And there's a really interesting book folks especially if you like to cook. It's got those really great new orleans recipes in it and this guy your grandfather. Your grandpa was one of the most colorful characters in new orleans from what i've read about him. It was unbelievable. Tell us a little bit about yourself and how you got interested in doing this particular book. Okay very first of all. Thank you for having me on your show. appreciate it. earth off a married with two children in military. Over twenty years i retired in two thousand and eight and i've been aircraft mechanic for american airlines and now delta. I picked up this project after my father died and wait basically he motivated me to kind of pick up the torch and carry it. My dad was a dentist for forty years and he always wanted to do a screen. Play or movie per se. He's never do it. I have i did a screenplay originally. But i didn't go anywhere with it so i decided a couple years ago. Put a book together and kind of tell a story about my grandfather while i'm telling. The story basically blended in combination photos and recipes as i journey through his whole life. I start off when he's a childhood and carried on throughout his life until the success of his life until he died. It's a good read. It took me about eight years to go through it and do the research are did get a lot of information from father. My father ahead a manuscript he has deposition that he had put together with a attorney. Back in nineteen seventy seven. So i use all that information and took my tom everything in the book that i've talked about a kind of support it with a document and the article. Either that was given to me handed down to me or maybe that of actually found in the library found a lot of information doing the research about my grandfather in the library his life. It was pretty easy because his life was documented since he was a teenager so every time i tried to fill in the blank. Something in my father didn't pass down to me. I was able to answer all the questions that i wanted to answer about his life. You know interesting. That stuck a little bit about his early life. He fought under the name of jimmy moran which is kind of like no joy hupa in chicago took on an irish name in order to fight. I think more likely it was a lot of prejudice against italians in those days. Especially in new orleans. If you remember we go all the way back to the black hand days and they they killed the chief of police some Supposedly some black hander. Kill the chief of police in of new orleans storm to jail and hung. I dunno must have been six or eight say ends i. I can't remember exactly for sure. How many so. It would have been wise for him to fight on her an irish name. I would imagine tell me about his fight career. Let's get started. Well that was one thing. They kind of treat. My curiosity was widely. Any changes his name in the book. I did find a quote where someone asks them. Same questioned do an interview. He said he did for business reasons. But that was part of it because you gotta realize he didn't get into business opened up first restaurants on nineteen forty nine. He changed his name. I found articles where he had his name change in teens early. Nineteen hundreds. He hung around a couple of friends of his feet. Herman who's an italian pita. Golota was his last name. And the other guy. By the name of powell moran. His name was francis. Paul miranda and all of them were full blooded italian as you know and you listeners. Know that back. Then the titans will kinda frown upon. They weren't considered equal. Maybe to a lot of different even the irish whatever. So i've found out. He had changed his name one. He didn't want his mother was fighting when he was on the fighting card. You know and during the preliminaries in hours fighter. Irish name would draw big crowds for fight. A lot of people don't know new orleans was actually a big boxing city equivalent to chicago and new york but on a smaller scale of course but it was a big boxing town in a drool audit. And that's how he got to meet jack dempsey marciano. You know all those big fights back then because they came to new orleans and then he connected so his first circle of friends will all italians. pete. Herman was abandoned. Champion thinking sixty nine fights from nineteen twelve to nineteen twenty two now as far as my grandfather. He wasn't as big of a boxer as those guys. He did it for my research. Maybe about six years and then he got a little older. He got into referee in and he started refereeing. He did that until about twenty seven years old. Then that's when you up his barber shop in the open up a barber shop with a boxer front of his last name was burke in as when he got an barring after referee
Coronavirus cases spiking in several states causes concern for hospitals
"Is now seeing its highest number of cases since the pandemic began. Dr Nirav Shah eyes with the CDC there, it's not slowing down. Indeed, it's just the opposite. This week alone has brought a succession of days where the daily case count was also the one day new record a Texas Judges upheld in order to put hard hit El Paso under lock down, It means that now the county's dead home order remains in full force and effect in Michigan Reporter Scott will check several counties. Positivity rates usually hover around 4% of overall tests the past two weeks. It's around 10% really is sure community spread, and I think that that coupled with the fact that now more people are having to go to the hospital, that's really the cause for concern. Here. That's why the hospitals and health Department are asking the community to mask up and keep your guard up. Kansas hospitals are straining under the pressure with growing staff shortages there. That's also a problem in North eastern Tennessee. This is CBS News.
Democrats and GOP each pick up a Senate seat
"Lot of eyes around the White House race, and they are, but that is not the only race tonight that will affect what goes on in Washington. In the coming years. The BBC sherry small keeping an eye on the Senate, sherry Good. Good evening Been Democrats trying to flip the GOP controlled Senate 35 seats up for election twice a CZ many Republicans a seats up for election than Democratic seats, according to the AP. So far, they're eight wins for Republican seven seats going to Democrats. Among those Democratic winds include three New England senators. Massachusetts Senator Ed Markey. No surprise there also no surprise for New Hampshire incumbent Senator Jeanne Shaheen and incumbent Senator John Reed of Rhode Island. But these early numbers what they don't include are about a dozen highly watched tight races where the seats could flip. That includes up in Maine. Incumbent Senator Republican Susan Collins is being challenged by Democrat Sara Gideon, now in the House, current Democrat controlled House. I should say Republicans, they're trying to win back. Some of those seats that they lost black back in that blue wave of the 2018 mid term election right now, looking at the AP map. We're seeing 40 seats in the house so far. Going to Republicans and 70 seats so far going to excuse me reverse at 41 seats going Tio Democrats 70 seats so far going Tio Republicans in the early numbers that have come in, we'll keep an
Boston - Brockton Police Investigate Shooting In Shaw’s Parking Lot
"People now in police custody after a shooting in the parking lot of a grocery store in Brockton. It happened yesterday afternoon. Police say someone in a black SUV fired shots at a sedan. This all happened in the Shah's parking lot on Crescent Street and then led police on a wild chase. According to Brockton police, a city shot spotter system detected 19 rounds fired in the area. One suspect was detained after allegedly leading police on a chase through several towns. Police also saying a dark SUV matching the description of the one involved in a shooting crash in Taunton. After this pursuit. Two of the suspects are in custody for drugs, but may face additional charges related to the shooting, and the investigation is
First Berlin Production Equipment, New Largest Supercharger Location, Daimler Emissions
"Our here, and today we have a super charger network update, which is nice. Little throwback for those of you that have listened to the podcast for a long time I used to do those every day at the start of the podcast. We also have some news on Berlin paint a small little updates slash rumor. I would call it on Battery Day and the news on Daimler Nikola Motor as. Well. Tesla stock with another really strong day to day even though it was relatively quiet news wise finishing up seven point two percent to four hundred and forty nine dollars seventy six sense that compared to the Nasdaq up one point two percent we'll start off with these super charger news. This is coming from Brian Mac se on twitter, who is a long-time listener and I believe Patriot supporter of. The podcast who happen to come across a super charger network location under construction near Firebaugh California. As far as I can tell, this location had not yet been noticed. So upon Brian tweeting these out Tesla Motors Club Forum members did some digging on this and they were actually able to find that the permit for the site as well as planning documents for sort of a conglomerate travel center at. This location those documents disclosed that Tessa. We'll have fifty six spots for Tesla charging at this travel center. Assuming each of those spaces has a super charger associated with it. fifty-six chargers would put this as the largest superchargers location in North America and possibly in the world surpassing cattleman city in the United States at forty chargers and believe in China, there are a couple locations that have fifty chargers. So. Pretty exciting this location is between San Francisco and La driven miles. It's about two hundred and thirty miles from La and about one hundred and fifty from San Francisco. It's not clear if these will be all version three superchargers but I'd have to imagine that they would be and as far as other features go. It looks like about two thirds of them thirty eight of the fifty six. will be pull through hopefully accommodating the use of a trailer and making things a bit easier for the cyber truck and potentially also accommodating the semi of course, cincy unveil of the semi. We haven't heard much more about Tesla's mega charger plans. So hopefully, we get a bit of an update on that during battery debt. Right next today is an update on Gigabytes Lynn gigafactory underscore four on twitter. Has Been following. The gigafactory development closely looks like some equipment has started to arrive, and some of that equipment carries branding for Geico Tikey Shah? which is a paintshop solutions provider based in Milan Italy. There's also some signing there that is co branded between that company and desolate GEICO take show describes their approach by saying quote innovation is our weapon of choice were constantly increasing the technological possibilities in. Order to meet the needs of the most demanding customers in a highly competitive sector and quote they also seem to be heavily focused on sustainability and they're their paintshop operations. They have a project called the party's project, and they say quote with the Party's project launched in two thousand, five Geico Kotecki show was the world's first company to offer zero environmental impact paintshop reducing consumption by seventy percent and. So. Without really knowing much more about the company does he pretty good fit for Tesla we know Tesla has pretty big aspirations with the shop and gigabyte Lin Yuan talked about it many times and even setting Matt aside, it's good to start to see some production equipment on the grounds of Giga Berlian and though I haven't seen it yet. Maybe this gives us another milestone to compare the progress with Giga Shanghai from what I can. Tell, it looks like paintshop equipment started being put in place at Giga. Shanghai. In early to mid August of two thousand, nineteen with production of course, then starting about four months later. So if that's the case, if Berlin falls a similar time line that could potentially project out to start production and January probably best to keep expectations for later than that but I do think it's helpful to keep an eye on how those timelines compare all Right next up today is something that could end up being completely nothing but I thought it was at least interesting enough to share earlier today Fred Lammert over at electric tweeted out a couple of images of him holding a pretty significantly sized battery cell and Fred Ask if anyone has seen this battery cell before or you have some information about them, please reach out to him. A says also by the way, this new cell May. Or may not have been made by Tesla I don't really have much speculation to add this. A couple of people on twitter were saying that it does look like a tablets design which we've talked about and past episodes. But really just pointing out to say could be something to keep an eye out for the next couple of days if electric is able to you dig up a little bit more information on whatever this ends up being. Last couple of pieces of news here. Today I on Daimler Daimler has reached a settlement with the US government to pay one and a half billion dollars and settlements and penalties to the US and California State to resolve allegations of Daimler using emissions test cheating software to conceal the actual emissions from vehicles even with the settlement, and despite the fact that engineers at the EPA found software designed to cheat the emissions tests. Damore denies wrongdoing saying quote as stated in the consent degrees the. Class Action Settlement the company denies the authorities allegations as well as the class action plaintiffs claims and does not admit any liability to the United States. California plaintiffs or otherwise and quote. So I don't know kind of disappointing to see a settlement of that nature that doesn't require the admission of fault with such seemingly strong evidence against Daimler right lasting today is a quick update on Nikola Motors. It sounds like from the comments yesterday that most of you preferred that I don't do significantly. Deep dive on this budget stick to the high level updates, which I'm totally fine with if Trevor Milton wanted to come back on the PODCAST, I would probably do that. Otherwise, we'll stick with these updates anyway today the Wall Street Journal and other outlets are reporting that the Justice Department has started to also investigate Nikola Motors due to the allegations that they had misled investors by making exaggerated claims about their technology I know that sounds similar to
Mindfulness Interview With Dr Sarah Shaw
"Dr Sarah Shah, Faculty member, and lecturer at the University of Oxford. She has taught and published numerous works on the history and practices of Buddhism including an introduction to Buddhist Meditation and the spirit of meditation. Without further delay years the audio from my interview, with Dr. Sarah. What inspired you to write this book I something. That's always interested me. I always noticed that mindfulness gets described in different ways in different historical periods and then Chased Kim and Nicola as. Shambala actually. Asked me to do is short history of mindfulness to make it very short, which is very, very difficult at, but I enjoy doing something that's just always interested me, bitch. I read articles about mindfulness and they can be quite rigid about it's this or it's that or it's this. Anak must have hundreds of my computer on some of them are really quite dogmatic but what I liked to its way in different settings would just get his slightly differently and has a slightly different feel and application with an underlying threader voltages. Pull that keep things alive by soon changing formulations wraps looking at them in you setting so. That seems the mindful way to approach the subject. So I. Really. Enjoyed it. It's great. It's interesting how? Like you mentioned how? Many different ways there are to use the word right when somebody says, I'm trying to be more mindful. You almost have to ask what what does that mean to you because there are so many interpretations of what it means to be mindful I think the people. In what's one person needs may be different from another person so I wouldn't want to be rigid about how it should be interpreted. Well that's great and and tell me a little bit about your background with with Buddhism with mindfulness Where did you? Where did all that start your interest in this topic? I started meditation many years ago. When. I was at Manchester University and that's what I I really encountered word mindfulness in Buddhist searching. Amusingly my meditation teacher told me that he hadn't met many people who is so unmindful the tolerating needs to didn't. Have I think that's A. Problem for academics, you can get very over focused. News surroundings. So I was intrigued by then and I try to sit down I have ever since I'm not sure I've ever really found out what she chews. On still craft it enjoy trying to rouse. I love how the title of the Book you know brings up right away to things where where does it come from and what does it mean if you had to answer that short way to somebody in an elevator? How would you answer that? Where where does it come from and what does it mean? And I would say it comes from is, is any one place Lipa come from coolest A cells that cindy the only person who can be mindful and do something about which is on self. And what it means. I would say. An attentive alertness to. Worship brings health to the mind. Something like that. Yeah I like that I think it seems like sometimes at least the way at. That mindfulness has evolved in the West. there seems to be a tendency to think of mindfulness as an altered state. and. It seems to me like what you're describing as more of an altered trait. It's a way of being. I can affect everything that we do rather than thinking. Well, here's my normal ordinary life and when I mindful I'm separate from that. It's this other state that I'm in. It it would be nice to be mindful of time I think we will have lapses one consent it'd be mindful day life it helps. Hopes to be mindful in daily life and one one needs to, of course in meditation. So it's something that can be there all the time how you arouse it sounds different circumstances might be different but the quality. Certainly according to the Buddhist tradition is that when the mind is healthy and Alert. Does a Buddhist fishing called the epidemic and it says that when mindfulness is present, lots of other factors come into play too like. Confidence. In this. Huma. Balance a lot of these other qualities come in as well. Yeah. What's Nice as the moment that we are mindful of the fact that we're not mindful we've already started right? We've already. A good a good point. Yeah So, what would you say is the biggest Maybe, misconception that you've encountered about mindfulness. I'm. Really, think very much in those terms actually oddly enough because I am an academic, that's what we're trying to do a misconception. I would say that the notion that it's somehow something that is very different from daily experience and I think that's probably one and does something that. Is owned by anybody at. The. Particular A. Just, save it. Psychology knows what mindfulness is in a way to. Practice, space traditions. Up Stem tool that Everybody will have found some way of arousing alertness and the attentiveness of mindfulness under different circumstances.
"shah" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"And you can also go to seasonal and H DOT COM ACI support seasonal main as someone who spent four years in New Hampshire as a as a young innocent until had in college. I have to say the maple. Syrup alone maple. Syrup alone makes add an exceptional offer. Their ego or betty been likes. Their Maple Syrup. And I also love New England even though I don't like the Patriots. I Love I love new. England okay. Okay. Well. Day Grab The Shah's of sunset reunion part wine, which gets no respect because it is on a watcher apple. Watch what happens live reunion. Instead of shots. So if you don't record, watch what happens live. They're going to try and trick you into doing it to listen to you. A bunch of idiots argue about jingles some more K.. Yeah, my yeah, yeah, exactly. Engaged case you didn't realize. A Shah's sunset wrapped up its season. I don't know. Like five months ago I. Was it was definitely over a month ago. Then someone had the bright idea that these guys after this crazy crazy turbulent season. Maybe they should have a reunion, so we're getting a reunion and my personal time to this experience is that while we are recording, I'm also simultaneously checking Amazon because I ordered a little tin of Saffron. Today because I just bought a person cookbook, so it all comes together and the reason why I bought my person cookbook is because was watching. Padma Lakshmi presents tastes, the nation and on her Persian episode where Al.. Leave caught in the door. She was cooking with someone..
"shah" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Sometimes gift to choose while the other part was discussing it with Eric and I was saying no intellectually I recognize. I'm doing the exact wrong thing which is instead of making you feel safer and making. Kristen feel safer. I'm trying to get you to think the way I feel so then you won't feel unsafe to begin with like I'm trying to a race. You even feeling scared to begin with and it's a it's not working and B. I already know that's never how you make someone feel safer. But it's so tempting for me to go like well. If she just saw the way I did she wouldn't be scared And it's such a waste of time for both of us for me to try to convince you there's nothing to be afraid of and I'm sure it feels like I'm just ignoring that. You're saying well. I do feel unsafe so I know what to tell you and I do. I don't walk. I don't wake up in the morning and feel unsafe. No you're not crazy. I I don't want anyone to think that you're like some militant crazy person. No I mean I hope not but I also am taking it seriously when I think about like a realistically am I going to be able to see my family in twenty twenty probably not. That's really hard for me. Yeah I mean I've never done that and I don't like the idea of it at all and that's realistically what's going to happen to happen so you know there's been a lot of guys in my meetings that are sharing about how reminiscent this is for them. Being sober in the nineties win the AIDS epidemic was at its peak and people were so afraid of it. They were urged not to go to meetings. Because people didn't know how communicable it was and they were urged not to be lovers and do not be intimate and all this and they were just saying how how much it's bringing up that trow that experience and they ultimately were like. Yeah this thing exists. It's dangerous but we have to be together and we have to have our meetings and we have to be lovers and we have to. You know it's just very complicated and that was something that was like no. You're dying from this thing like in the half of you. Who get this are GONNA die? You know. And they had such unique situation for them as a community. They had to just go like okay. Well what level do I feel safe? It's going to be worth the risk for me at some point. But that's the difference. It's worth the risk for me. My risk is small Their risk is much higher and then subsequently my grandparents has much much higher and I can't make that decision for them like I you know I can't grandparents said you. Hey We know the risks we WANNA see you. Would you do now? You want because my mom yesterday I was Kinda like I know the risks and I'm not going to not see my kids over it. I'm GonNa roll the dice. Ac- my kids which I very much if I were seventy you're telling me Clinton see Lincoln and Delta. I'd be like look you know what if I'm GonNa die this thing? I'm going to die. I'M GONNA see my kids because I might die of old age anyways like I can see myself going. I don't really care. I gotta see my kids but if they die that's on me to carry the rest of my life. That's not on them to carry like I don't want them to die and I definitely don't want them to die of anything that I could have a hand in. That's not an option for me to aid in killing them. I'm just never ever ever going to be a part of something like that so I will see them when I know for sure. It is safe to do that. Which is likely a vaccine. That's a long way away so I just feel sad. I guess about really probably feel sad. Yeah yeah to yeah Dan. We're in the luckiest scenario humanly possible. We are yeah and we feel sad so just imagine I do. I imagine all day. That's part of why I feel this whole thing like that. But I the sucks so bad for so many people. Yeah Anyway Okay Raj we had some real housekeeping to do. Well he he. This was a corona heavy episode. Okay so you referenced. The Adam Smith invisible hand But we didn't really go into its kiss. People don't know what that is. The invisible hand describes the unintended social benefits of an individual self interested actions a concept that was first introduced by Adam Smith in the theory of moral sentiments written in seventeen fifty nine invoking it in reference to income distribution. Yeah in a way I understand it to is like the invisible hand in the market that keeps everything equal. Basically like there's all these things that make supply and demand worked and it gets agreed upon in the price is agreed upon. And there's this invisible force making all this shit happens. Okay the DOD budget you said is one point four trillion dollars annually. Seven hundred thirty eight billion. Yeah I should have been more clear if you include Department of Homeland Security you got include a couple of things but it really is the total defense budget including dod and Homeland Security and a couple of others in two thousand nineteen th the proposed fiscal year. Twenty twenty budget request for national security in total was seven hundred and fifty billion seven hundred. Eighteen point three went to the DOD Okay use yeah you said twenty. Two hundred Americans have died in the Afghanistan War As of July two thousand eighteen there have been two thousand four hundred forty. Us military deaths in the war in Afghanistan. One Thousand Eight Hundred Fifty. Six of these deaths have been the result of hostile action. Twenty Thousand Three Hundred Twenty American service members have also been wounded in action during the war and addition there were one thousand seven hundred twenty. Us civilian contractor fatalities I was in two thousand eighteen or would so sad is that a thousand of those deaths were friendly fire. That's how Pat Tillman died. That's awesome or breaking off the guilt of be someone who as two hundred thousand people died in Haiti. Yep Two hundred twenty. I'm sure give or take. How could they really think there was a real hard time accounting for a lot of people? Oh where snake oil salesman comes from. Oh great this is exciting. Yeah this etymology sure is that the the blabbermouth. Okay like etymology. In words is where derived. Yeah Yeah Okay Snake. Oil is a euphemism for deceptive marketing and healthcare fraud it refers to the petroleum based mineral oil or snake wail. That used to be sold as a cure all elixir for many kinds of psychological problems in eighteenth century Europe especially in the UK Viper oil had been commonly recommended for many afflictions including the ones for which oil from the rattlesnake pit viper. A type of Viper native to America subsequently favored to treat rheumatism. Oh maybe I should try and skin disease. We're GONNA move shows the snake oil or longer though. There are accounts of oil obtained from the fat various vipers in the Western world. The claims of its effectiveness as a medicine have never been thoroughly examined. Its efficacy is unknown. It is also likely that much of the snake. Oil sold by Western entrepreneurs was illegitimate and did not contain ingredients derived from any kind of snake snake oil in the United Kingdom and United States probably contained modified mineral oil and probably opium problem. I think most of those girls also twenty percent opium. They felt like fucked up. And you stop thinking about whatever your illness. Plus when you're ever on those drugs I guess if you're on like maybe if you're on like a shrew or something do you ever look in the mirror and you look different. Does that ever happen to you? You know what what happens is if you like stare yourself in the Mirror on shrimps. What'll happen is you'll start looking at your skin. And you'll notice areas of your skin are like really wide or really read or really and you can kind of imagine that you're seeing like almost the blood flow through your face or something but it all it is never a for me. I can only speak from my experiences. I'm never like oh no. My face is bright right. I'm like Oh this is so cool on shrooms. My face looks bright and when hearing at Iraq that becomes a lion. I'm going this is so cool that I can see this lion in this rock because of this drug. I've never thinking. Oh fuck interested at least for me. I'm in control enough. That's what's so neat about them. They're like having dream. But you're aware that it's a dream. Okay see you talked about hookworm. You said thirty percent of southerners got it. That was a full gas by the way forty percent for even so. I'm GonNa read a good chunk of staff that I read about this. Can I just add while you're in this up my grandma's from Kentucky and she all of my savings come from her? 'cause I spent the summers with her shoes. Oh it smells like a polecat in here. Still know that means. Oh it's raining and it's sunny. The devils beat his wife in one of them was put on shoes. You'll get hookworm. She was obsessed with. Hookworm is an adult Mike. Is there such a thing as hookworm? So then when I read it in like Oh my God. Performed forty percent of people had it. Kostoric evidence shows the parasite ravaged the American south throughout the Early Twentieth Century as a result of poor sanitation and a lack of public health programs among the poor by nineteen o five the parapsychologist Charles Styles estimated that forty percent or more of the southern population was infected with hookworms..
"shah" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"Sometimes gift to choose while the other part was discussing it with Eric and I was saying no intellectually I recognize. I'm doing the wrong thing which is instead of making you feel safer and making kristen. Feel safer I'm trying to get you to think the way I feel so then you won't feel unsafe to begin with like I'm trying to a race. You even feeling scared to begin with and it's a it's not working and B. I already know that's never how you make someone feel safer. But it's so tempting for me to go like well. If she just saw the way I did she wouldn't be scared And it's such a waste of time for both of us for me to try to convince you there's nothing to be afraid of and I'm sure it feels like I'm just ignoring that. You're saying well. I do feel unsafe so I know what to tell you and I do. I don't walk. I don't wake up in the morning and feel unsafe. No you're not crazy. I I don't want anyone to think that you're like some militant crazy person. No I I mean I hope not but I also am taking it seriously when I think about like a realistically. Am I going to be able to see my family in twenty twenty probably not? That's really hard for me. Yeah I mean I've never done that and I don't like the idea of it at all and that's realistically what's going to happen to happen so you know there's been a lot of guys in my meetings that are sharing about how reminiscent this is for them. Being sober in the nineties win the AIDS epidemic was at its peak and people were so afraid of it. They were urged not to go to meetings. Because people didn't know how communicable it was and they were urged not to be lovers and do not be intimate and all this and they were just saying how how much it's bringing up that trow that experience and they ultimately were like. Yeah this thing exists. It's dangerous but we have to be together and we have to have our meetings and we have to be lovers and we have to. You know it's just very complicated and that was something that was like no. You're dying from this thing like in the half of you. Who get this are GONNA die? You know. And they had such unique situation for them as a community. They had to just go like okay. Well what level do I feel safe? It's going to be worth the risk for me at some point. But that's the difference. It's worth the risk for me. My risk is small Their risk is much higher and then subsequently my grandparents Russ's much much higher and I can't make that decision for them like I you know I can't grandparents said you. Hey We know the risks we WANNA see you. Would you do now? You want because my mom yesterday I was Kinda like I know the risks and I'm not going to not see my kids over it. I'm GonNa roll the dice. Issey my kids which I very much if I were seventy you're telling me Clinton see Lincoln and Delta. I'd be like look you know what if I'm GonNa die this thing? I'm going to die. I'M GONNA see my kids because I might die of old age anyways like I can see myself going. I don't really care. I gotta see my kids but if they die that's on me to carry the rest of my life. That's not on them to carry like I don't want them to die and I definitely don't want them to die of anything that I could have a hand in. That's not an option for me to aid in killing them. I'm just never ever ever going to be a part of something like that so I will see them when I know for sure. It is safe to do that. Which is likely a vaccine. That's a long way away so I just feel sad. I guess about really probably feel sad. Yeah two yeah Dan. We're in the luckiest scenario humanly possible. We are yeah and we feel sad so just imagine I do. I imagine all day. That's part of why I feel this whole thing like that but I the sucks so bad for so many people yeah anyway. Okay Raj Raj. We had some real housekeeping to do he he. This was a corona heavy episode. Okay so you referenced. The Adam Smith invisible hand But we didn't really go into. Its when kiss people. Don't know what that is. The invisible hand describes the unintended social benefits of an individual self interested actions a concept that was first introduced by Adam Smith in the theory of moral sentiments written in seventeen fifty nine invoking it in reference to income distribution. Yeah in a way I understand it to is like the invisible hand in the market that keeps everything equal. Basically like there's all these things that make supply and demand worked and it gets agreed upon in the price is agreed upon. And there's this invisible force making all this shit happens. Okay the DOD budget you said is one point four trillion dollars annually. Seven hundred thirty eight billion. Yeah I should have been more clear if you include Department of Homeland Security you got include a couple of things but it really is the total defense budget including dod and Homeland Security and a couple of others in two thousand nineteen th the proposed fiscal year. Twenty twenty budget request for national security in total was seven hundred and fifty billion seven hundred. Eighteen point three went to the DOD Okay use so. Yeah you said twenty. Two hundred Americans have died in the Afghanistan War As of July two thousand eighteen there have been two thousand four hundred forty..
"shah" Discussed on KTRH
"Shah says contact tracers will want to know who those people have been in contact with we are going to ask for information about work do you work are there other places you've been are their co workers that you've been around how about your boss your supervisor how many people do you work with what about your office setting where else have you been have you been to a church or another faith gathering have you been somewhere else in a large group here's county judge Lena Dogo says they're still hiring students and staff members at the university of Houston and now signed up for a free course and how to be a contact tracer a growing number of Texas businesses are re opening at the states bars are ready to start slinging drinks again as well this week the Texas restaurant association came out with a minimum set of guidelines which has been sent to the governor's office in hopes that he will loosen the regulations president Emily knight says the bar industry which has been closed down for two months is on the brink of collapse that's a very long period of time in a business that typically has two weeks of cash on hand at any point stained cells she says re opening bars would help the state's budget so far forty two million dollars in liquor taxes have been lost the Texas bar promise ask the owners to create individual party areas to prevent mingling of Houston health department will host a pair of virtual job fairs today to recruit part time workers to help with the cover nineteen tracing efforts across the city director Steven Williams says that these are three hundred temporary positions we also need people to vent out call centers for testing we need community involvement coordinator staff will help us to engage the community to get folks really comfortable with the idea of being contacted by the health department the virtual job fair scheduled for eleven AM and one PM today anyone interested should go to the city of Houston's human resources careers page what the major league sports teams in Texas now asking Congress for help as the economy restarts of sports fans are eager for games to begin to senator John Cornyn met with representatives of every major league team in Texas this week and he says they all have a desire to finish out their season but he said they're asking for help limiting liability confidence that what they're doing will get them in trouble either legally or from a public health standpoint the worries that fans will pack a stadium and someone will get sick and sue the team he says it's unclear if the league's will restart when that could happen or if fans would even be in the stands and that was Michael board in San Antonio Kate's hearing since time down three oh three U. S. treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin telling fox news he's optimistic about getting the economy back to where it was I think we're doing everything to rebuild our economy and I think that we will rebuild our economy we will conquer this virus I am very optimistic as I listen to the doctors and others about the progress that's being made on vaccines on viral on casting and we're going to slowly open the economy the Mnuchin now believes that once the economy is fully reopened all of those jobs all those lost jobs will be coming back well the Texans are moving quickly to get members of their twenty twenty draft class signed the contract team reportedly signing third round pick Jonathan greener to a four year contract just yesterday offense of tackle and fourth round pick Charlie heck.
"shah" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"I led the West African Bulla response during the Obama Administration and we hired and trained almost eleven thousand community health workers throughout West Africa so that was in half a dozen countries and we asked the. Us military to work with a nonprofit group called Medecins Sans Frontier that is a well-known doctorswithoutborders. The is the common English you know name. And they created a protocol within two days they were able to train cohorts of people and they just ran large scale military like protocol training. They went village to village right. I remember seeing footage of this. They just got mobile and sort of walking absolutely and we gave them all protective equipment. We gave him protocols. Usually when when there was a positive case identified of Bulla anywhere in West Africa? These teams would go out to that individual. Find out who they were in touch with and protect the people they were in touch with by doing further testing an isolation and the result of that effort which was really successful was to just knock down the cases and the transmission of a Bola in that context very very quickly so it can be done in case we we actually deployed the US military including military labs helicopter transport for blood samples at the end of the day. We got testing down from taking eight to ten days to get confirmation around a test down to under four hours and we track that we follow it through resources and Ingenuity added until we got there and I look around and I say if America condition that so effectively in West Africa. In two thousand four games fourteen. We should be able to do it right here at home in America. That was GONNA be my question so that was seen as a very very successful effort on y'All's part and I wonder what level of frustration you have. You know six years later going. What the fuck what. We already learned this lesson and we already had success. We have a playbook. That's right we have a playbook and we know how to do this. Which is why at the Rockefeller Foundation sort of pulled together. Scientists and industry leaders. Actually we pulled together kind of former administration officials from both Democratic and Republican administrations and came up with a national action plan to do just that it. It'll cost about one hundred billion dollars over the course of a year which you know until about a month ago seemed like a lot of money now we're we're spending trillions on on dealing with the symptoms of this crisis for about one hundred billion we think we could actually implemented testing program that would go from one million tests a week in America to three million tests within eight weeks and then thirty million tests within six months. And you know by then we should have home. Kits point of service testing options. And basically you know before you go to work if you need to confirm either to yourself or others that you don't have corona virus in America. You should be able to take test. Find out the result within minutes and go onto work. I couldn't agree more. You know there's a lot of themes to your work over the last twenty some years one of them. Is you work very well. Bipartisan Lee GonNA invented the word. You also are synthesized things in a lot of different things play together in these interesting ways that. I don't think your average American has a sense of right so you've worked extensively on agriculture. You've worked on health. All these things can funnel into a national security debate. I think a lot of people see headlines like were giving X. amount of aid to some country. They've never heard of and they don't understand they don't understand why we're giving those people money and not taking care of our people and on the surface. These are very good critiques. I think but I don't think people really work backwards from what we spend our military right. So that annual. Dod Budgets like one point four trillion dollars or whatever it is and that's two guys go kill people in response to things. Very far downstream. Probably could have been prevented and I just think in general and we just interviewed the Guy who wrote a book called upstream a shifting. Our actions from reactionary to preventative is just a very hard proposition to get Americans to embrace. It's frustrating. I'm sure for you of all people but just me as someone who reads the newspaper I just think man. We're trying to treat something. That's so far downstream where at the symptoms level as you just said and we're never ever putting any investment into prevention raising and the same could be said about national security is just like it's it costs so much less to prevent a country from being starving no economic options and then they turned to some military organization that we have such a great in knowledge of how this cycle works and such a limited appetite to to prevent it. I would love for you to Kinda just tell us how. Agriculture affects our safety. How Health Effects Our safety. How all these things ultimately really will be on your doorstep in a different way. Well I agree with everything you just said and would what I find. Striking is actually when you talk to people about American leadership around the world and the very basic idea that when we help people in other societies achieve the basic tenants of the American dream just the basic tenants you know the pursuit of life liberty and happiness and liberty in particular. They are so grateful for and connected to American values and American leadership and it does enhance our safety dramatically. In in fact the story of American leadership after World War. Two has been. It's been an absolutely bipartisan mission. To recognize and US American leverage American power in American influence around the world to stand up for our values. I think Eisenhower when he when he became president after World War. Two and said we're we're going to put in place an institutional sure such that? This doesn't happen again. And we got the UN and the brunt of the World Bank and the Bretton Woods institutions. The world. Food Program I think Kennedy and Nixon you know all the way through as President. George W Bush mounted perhaps the largest most costly in most successful global health effort in saving tens of millions of lives from HIV AIDS in Africa and that was a a pursuit of passion and commitment to humanitarian justice. But it was also a recognition that having you know thirty failed states in in Africa. Where the core of their productive economy had just collapsed. And you know ten. Fifteen percent of population per country were were. Dying was not a way to secure America's safety so I I think it's been a bipartisan mission since World War Two and I saw it firsthand like you know for what for about two percent of the cost of the Afghanistan war we got eight million Afghan girls into school and you know the number before America engaged on that specific project was basically zero. And anyone who's been on the ground in Afghanistan alongside our troops as as I've had the honor to do knows immediately that those eight million girls are the basis of our security for the future. You know I've been twice and I didn't see a single woman. Is that right? Yeah I was like where the.
"shah" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"First of all. We are so sorry for being late because as I research you. You have like forty three jobs. I don't even like I read the committee's you're on and Steph and I'm like how does a man have this many titles instill function so in addition to being well versed on health and Economics? And all that stuff you probably need to write a book on Time Management. Thought about that now but it is nice to meet you. I know we're both actually from around Detroit. Which is all yeah girl now. So your parents emigrated in the sixties. Dan Arbor's at correct. Yeah the late sixties actually I to Pasadena in California and my dad worked on the Apollo projects after that he went went to Detroit and I was born in Ann Arbor and we grew up around Detroit and Canton in West Bloomfield. Oh sure I mean. I wasn't born yet. I was Saint Joe's Hospital in Ann Arbor so my mother ran a Montessori School in Ann Arbor and then later in West Bloomfield. My Dad worked at floor the whole time I was growing up and spent thirty years at Ford and then you know forehead. Spin out called Vistan and he was with this Dan. Oh no kidding so a cruise. A Nice won't Plymouth that we would go down to was it over on Woodward like eight nine mile. Yeah okay. We did a live show last summer at the Fox and I showed Monica. What happens on Woodward with all the muscle cars? I've never seen anything like that. I took my wife there long after we were together and she was like. This is the strangest thing I've ever seen. Where are these people going said nowhere? We'd just driving surplus and it took me a while to figure out that she didn't think it was just. I was like understand why you don't think this is awesome because we did this for year after year after year up. Yes go my God sitting on the side so many people sitting on the side of the street just watching cars drive by. It's so specific to that culture. Like no other city has that my high school offered pre engineering automotive drafting if from seventh grade onward and now. I thought that was totally like I didn't occur to me that every kid in America wasn't doing pre engineering drafting because I'm like what are you learn then when you go to school. And what school did you go to Birmingham Groves High School? Oh right right right right right. That's a fancy school Monica so I grew up kind of poor but then my mother built this company that worked for General Motors and it became kind of big in them and my little sister went to cranbrook. So she's a rich kid at is a fancy school right. Yeah Okay so you went to U. OF M. Was that an obvious choice. Yeah I pretty much wanted to go to Michigan and ended up. There started actually in engineering. Thought I would be in the auto industry because you know that's what you did in early on. I sort of changed to go to the Liberal Arts college broadened my interest and took on other things but certainly I started out that way but your first degree is the Bachelor of Science in economics. Yes Yup Michigan had a phenomenal economics department and there was a professor named Solheim Hymens. Who Sort of famously applied Keynesian economics and could explain how to help the country. Both avoid recessions and pull out of Periods of unemployment and downturns and. I just thought it was like magical arts knowing all this stuff. That explains how the World Works and really that one professor got me so hooked on economics that I just thought I wanted to do that. I also wanted to doctor and so I kinda ended up doing both for a little while. But really you're right there. Is this like the the invisible hand Adam? Smith's invisible hand. There's something magical about it. Right at non-measurable forced that's clearly operating and working and we can see the outcome but the thing itself is not tangible. It's fascinating yeah. It's fascinating and I also thought it was a way to explain why some countries were really wealthy and why so many other countries were not and my parents came from India in the late sixties which was not at all one of those successful economic environments and and so even though my grandfather was an accountant and you know they had a decent education by our standards when we visited them. When we were kids we were like wow. They are poor bright and they have all the attributes of living like that and so when I really started to learn economics and I thought this is a disciplined that can explain the differences. And then maybe you can figure out how to make a difference. In in the trajectory of really developing countries as they try to move billions of people out of poverty through economic growth. That was really exciting to me. Okay so you you leave you and then you go to pan. Monica buckle the fuck. We like fancy schools. If you haven't picked up on that so you're going to get a lot of we've even created a term uni files so yours reads like a penthouse forum We're warning spots. I've never heard anyone read my bio and compare it to a penthouse citing thing. You go to Penn and you get a masters of science in health economics so really quickly just. Can you give us a broad stroke of health economics? It's basically the economics of healthcare. And thank you and I was in medical school and I was also at the business school simultaneously in in business. Guide SORTA wanted to learn about how the health system worked. And you know I was at the time or it was just after the Big Clinton push on healthcare reform in America and so that was in the news a lot and that kind of shaped a lot of my interest in saying you know we should be able to figure this out if we spending all this money and I thought if I was going to be a doctor if I knew something about economics in that industry you'd be able to perhaps you know have more influence and help more people than just your individual patients but you know it's probably the best thing for me about being a pen. Was they really encourage you to kind of explore different interests which is not true in every medical school training program so I applied three times to join Al Gore's presidential campaign got rejected all three times and then finally when he moved his campaign from DC? To Nashville I was invited to come down and just work as a volunteer and that really more than anything changed my career. Yes so it's weird because you have like political interests you. I mean it's not weird. It's very cool. Your Appalling Matthew. You have all these different interests in in what I like about it. Is You end up ultimately why we're talking today days. You kind of get to synthesize all these different things but just really quick that the healthcare system it is uniquely complex right because it has all these layers of multiple businesses on top of ultimately right treating people for. There's all these other factors these intermediaries the insurance providers hospital networks. Is there more complicated system out there? I mean there's so many factors involved right. Yeah no there really. Isn't we spend in America more than four trillion dollars a year on our healthcare system and we have kind of at best a middle ranking amongst industrial countries on population health outcomes. And frankly right now. You can't get simple test to tell you. You have cove in nineteen in the richest most powerful country in the world with the by far and away most expensive fanciest healthcare system ever devised by human beings. So you know. My sister is a surge in in New York and can't get a test if she needs one. So it's it's a big deal and it's a big problem. In American healthcare has been under performing on basic public health attributes for decades in to because the medical insurance complex. It does mirror our society almost perfectly right in that on some levels you can point to our medical system and say it's the best in the world like people from other countries travel here to get procedures which is so true of everything in America Right. Yes for the top one percent. It's fucking awesome and then for nearly everyone else. It's falling short right absolutely you see that in general. You know when you look at America's health before this current virus crisis forty percent of American households didn't have four hundred dollars to cover emergency and the number one emergency they were concerned about having to cover was a medical or health one and for that forty percent of all American households most of them. Don't have a doctor. The emergency room as their primary engagement point so now you know that frankly. Emergency rooms are just not SAFE PLACES TO BE FROM RIOT. Ovid contagion perspective. They've they've effectively. Shut out of a healthcare system or they take really high risks and on the flip side of it. You're right I mean if you want a laser guided robotic surgery with a peaceful post operative experience there. There's no other place in the world you'd rather be than America if you have the right coverage you can cover the out of pocket costs in your connected to the right providers now when we look at the pie the four trillion dollar Pie. Do you know off the top of your hand. At least ballpark. What percentage goes to doctors? What percentage goes to hospitals and what percentage is going to just insurance companies? Who's making the bulk of that four trillion dollars? That's a good question. I don't know the exact numbers I think in general from a profitability perspective and the insurance industry and the pharmaceutical industry. By far and away make the most profit Most hospitals in America operate an almost no margin one or two percent of net patient revenue on an annual basis. Is there is there margin? They're like a grocery store. Yeah exactly. They're very very very efficient from that. Perspective and very nonprofit in their basic approach and physicians and doctors. Don't really I mean if you just look at their take home? Pay Relative to other occupations America. It's not dramatically out of line on so they're not the ones that are really benefiting from the system. We have today. Yeah there's also this the sports analogy it's like people will read. I Dunno Shaquille. O'neal is GonNa get twenty five million dollars in their kind of appalled by that and then I'll go like. What would you be happier if Jerry Buss got that money because someone's going to get the money and I think the guy who's putting on the show probably should get a good chunk of that money yeah similarly? The doctors are putting on the show. Really anyone should be profiting abnormally. It should be down for doctors and Primary Care Physicians and one of the one of the proposals. We're trying to make happen and we're working in cities like Boston in Baltimore to create programs. That do this is to create an entire community health corps in America. That would be a little bit like the civilian Conservation Corps after the dust bowl that just went out and planted millions of trees and and rebuilt the American agricultural system as a result. We could do something like that by employing people right now when so many people need work in order to address corona virus in its consequences. And what would the people do? What what would what would be the equivalent of them planting the trees. Well we've put forth a major proposal to accelerate testing and contact tracing in America. Really the only way to restart the economy without you know causing more suffering economically for families that are just shut down or or they have to abide by social distancing and the two main elements of it are broad ubiquitous testing making sure anyone symptoms or no symptoms who needs a test can get test regularly and the second piece is tracing context which just means when you get a test result you identify who are all the people that that individual has come into contact with in the last four or five days and then go and notify them that they all need a test and make that whole circle of people that both got the test and now need more testing to ask them to self isolate or self quarantine or take themselves out of circulation so to speak to protect everybody else and the work force we've proposed would help actually do those tasks identify who who you need to go. Speak to connect with tell them. Oh you're in touch with somebody who had a positive results so you need to get a test and you should take yourself out of circulation for fourteen days or so in order to protect others in your community and I'll say it sounds like a lot of work and it sounds maybe somewhat technical..
"shah" Discussed on Queer as Fact
"Yeah Yeah Yeah. Actively riding out on schools China pick people basically so I like eight in. That doesn't give us a very specific age. It gives us a bit of an idea and gives him kind of agency. Yeah and I guess he will so get that thing well-liked as an adult off the death of his say he's interested in the spiritual legacy of his. I guess it is possible at who is like seventeen and house riding a horse wing. Yeah Yeah I think like you know I. It continues on into into adult food and so forth yeah like from the Senate today that's still company. Julius bucking that we can kind of just accept that as a historical reality. That doesn't seem to have been like a volley predatory specifically settlement Sam Steward episodes effect. Continuously early had relationships with changes in suggests that that is a perfect specifically for use yet. I think actually it's possible that we would talk about some twentieth century. Like seventy five year old man who got into a relationship with a seventeen year old boy and then that continued until the seventeen year old boy was forty and he was dead yet hopeful. I obviously as we would discuss the issue. I think my concern when we talked about this in the side said it was more like if as an office marked preference who people who are not adults yet is definitely not what's happened yesterday like that winds up being a long term relationship. Yeah yeah why I think even again like if that had been case here that like shyly at that point. We're demanding modern ethics out of historical. We're not demanding that from these figures in any other capacity with people who are like murderous in Things yeah obviously. It's something we have to address as it comes up. Yeah but again. We've talked about the Romans who have sexual ethics functions. We might do. Yeah Yeah I mean yeah I guess that comes down to what we said last time again where you have to make case by case. Don't correct there. Was this little. Like argument. Going ON WHACK. Hugo was responding to Ramakrishna about this with Ramakrishna very much. Put it into the context of great pederasty which she says to the Punjab region through Russia. One okay Is a fax leads. Like vigorously says let it's like she goes on to this like some connection there but I think pershing got pederasty from grace away Nari but it's not okay. Yeah that's the reason I am bringing this up is by signing this. She claimed that homosexuality is foreign to a culture clash. Yeah evening. Catterick Ancient Ryan with a likelihood the great sport he and Kinkel is very much like this is ridiculous insane is a Punjabi figure. He writes Punjabi. Javi fake story. The Punjabi. Yeah this is not a great situation home the Greeks Yacht gayness he if I oppose this is a great improvement but I also do want the with the Ramakrishna made this great connection because that made him more acceptable in the context that she was writing letters interest. Yeah Yeah I don't know him. Yeah I would like to do more of the context of what she did though. Because Yeah I would love to know more about like What University Yeah she was writing the questions about like Punjabi Tricia. She writes a bunch more like short biographies of Punjabi Poets. But I don't like how that featured into her university. I could see that being a kind of like like at the time. Or if you're now I believe like orientals quiet connected to an influence to classics to haunt me and that sort of what I was thinking when I was like. Maybe there's a reason she wanted to link this relationship to Greg pederasty. You can slow to suggest that this cultural similarities there though without necessarily saying that like it's a direct yet. Yeah that's that's true and it's also maybe. She wanted to separate her sexuality from her arm. Culture as an Indian possum. Yeah Yeah it's interesting. Hypothetically she was trying to separate her on call. Trump is actually Import why she is to write that. Phd Then Yeah. That's that's interesting. She definitely charge to ride that day. Yeah lag if she doesn't want who accepts the hung sexuality India you wouldn't write your PhD on Guinea Punjabi Man. I wouldn't use his famous in his little phone right. Not just for the gay meeting about. I'm sure we could think of comparable situations in the ancient world though. Probably people writing paged as about like soccer tastes at the time that's true. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah you might be interested from another point of view. She in her. Phd was just sort of talking about his life yet. I mean he's life story kind of such not focusing on the almonds Rodney or anything. She's not focusing on his sexuality. But this relationship was like a major part of of life. Yeah I don't know I just thought it was interesting. It was just this little giggle. Had Yeah Kubo. Rotten like new house like seventy years ago. Acting is dead but still gonNA fight you exactly having had that chat anything else. Anyone wants to say I'm at the end of mine arts. I love this poem. Yeah I wanna read this whole. I would love to read this hope home and I could only read exit. Unfortunately is it fooling the translation allies with that? We've been queerest fact I've Irene I'm Eli. I'm outs if you enjoyed this episode. I'm sure you Norway you can find the rest of episodes of wherever this one was. If you really enjoyed it you can leave us a writing at a review especially on apple podcasts. 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"shah" Discussed on Queer as Fact
"Revealing another secret. God a friend Hussein doesn't even know who this boy is who is playing with. It's hot I know insisted to say that my heart curse is a young infidel will raise the house of my faith to the ground with the graceful curls of his head is bad chested idol has tied up backup. Digested show was riding around on his horse. Nausea I've intoxicated. So anyway that happens then well I have to say him again and so he like around. His House wants to talk to him with having nothing to do with it. He's got this guy is this guy is wanted in off the street and his obsessed with me get to my house. It's probably haven't twelve times a day. Probably we were told that he went out to steal. Okay he's just like in his room counting house. Oh he's looking at who haven't had one of those before you get married Have more eventually. They actually made the Hindu festival of Holi Festival festival. I don't know what you know about Holy It'd be great again. Shot presumably. No I don't think so. According to Alpha Kappa Maju looked on his with kindness and quotas for the first time Holly version and in spite of cheerfully flushing with everyone else at the straight party comes up to say like quite shyly and throws colored powder.
"shah" Discussed on Queer as Fact
"Speaking in coffee ease either a disciple speaking to a milestone or to God or it's a love speaking to a beloved the like themes in their alike the desire for union with understanding of Oleg Yearning for something which you'll like striving striving towards electing somebody that you are in love with. Can I clarify? Do Use the terms lover and beloved to indicate particular hierarchy relationship. Then nor in this case. I'm just using it to black I love and another lava and the person that they love. Okay she yeah like the response of the beloved not relevant here which is why I sort of chose that. It's not necessarily repair of love is yeah it's not necessarily reciprocal. It's a love the person that they love and sometimes it can be ambiguous. What's being written about whether we're talking about someone yearning for a human love or whether we're talking about someone yearning for connection with God accidentally tune into Christian rock on the radio. This is like when you all someone trying to pretend that the song of songs is actually absolutely about sex at all. It's all about gold. It's absolutely both cuffy about go out and coffee about lovers and coffee words clear. I thought I would bring this up in terms of why has signed might take that feminine role as like being in the position of the disciple like yearning for God which was also sort of something that came up. So how clearly all these ones to go and how ambiguous ave the ones in which you're saying is a lady the way that I've read them. They very much look like they're speaking about human connections. There's extensive Sufi tradition which connects like human love and divine love. Such a way that. I don't feel confident that I can say. I know this is about human love and is not about a human love as a metaphor for your connection with God but from where I'm looking it absolutely looks like like a human human love story feels very strange to send us. I human divine love stories making about in our one humans relationship with them on a fast God but it is like a metaphor which often gets used. I can give you an example but I can read you back to Ali. Yes overage of the poem fast and then we'll discuss. I wonder the forest looking for him. But my Rhonda is always with me. My heart demands my princely Ranjha. The cows come home but not the cow hood so he is in tears in John. I wanted Tonight Day in the wilderness. Enduring the shop Acacia owns. Says the pool Hussein how can I ever meet Ranjha to give you the context for that? He and Ranjha Autry characters in all like romantic. Punjab loves her. Life story basically he Is a woman who falls in love with a woman. That have family doesn't approve so I have. Family sends her away to marry a more suitable man. The true spent several years looking for HR Blah and then briefly able to be together before it's cut short by tragic poisoning plotline involving his jealous husband. That's like the very short version of that story. So what's happening here? Is that the speaker of this poem is here and she sang like I'm searching Rhonda He's always waste may like in my heart. But where is he will? How can I ever find him? And then the final couplet is like says the poll Faquir his saying. How can I of Amaze Ranjha see entire that and obviously he's gotTa Love Poems? I heard this one. I wouldn't interpret that as saying like he's writing as a woman's and watches. He's drawing a parallel between like his law for someone and this very famous traditional love in the same way that people like to pay like. Romeo and Juliet was something like that. It doesn't necessarily mean it saying anything about his gender was like he's famous love story that's also. May In my love. I you know. That's that's true. I don't know if he would have had any famous male-male love stories Turon. That's absolutely true. Another of those themes. I mentioned how he uses like the waiver yet the metaphor and his sort of recurring character. There is this young woman who's just reached marriageable age. And she's trying to choose between a love that have family doesn't approve of but she likes someone that she loves. End Up suitable husband. That have avalaible truthful. So it's very similar fame a lot of time to this which makes sense for like a man who feels love for men to be drawing stories the Wall Street or about socially on exemption. Yeah absolutely absolutely. Yeah which I guess is kind of like every love story of so yeah. Yeah that's definitely something worth bringing up. Yeah Yeah So. Is this speculation that this says something about saints. Pesto gender identity. I like your kind of hinting at it and I want to know if the scholars have ever actually suggested this little. I didn't see anyone like bring up anything sort of as obvious as I think she was. Trans did sort of take from here and go onto like sort of like communities of like available gender fluid witness rolls into which show has signed never inhabited but that were available in the Mughal empire at this time so yeah they did draw connections between this and sort of fluid like gender expression as a religious thing. I K- I enroll in that connection like other saying anything more than like. Hey Shut Hussain sometimes worrying about his lavas. Though he was a woman he is some ways that people were exploring gender at that time like on yet. That kind of saying like here are some ways. We could consider this. Here are some like social context. He might have had thinking Yeah for why he's using this. That's good I think it's important to sort of lay out social context in such scholarship. But I find it's often include like I did raid along and interesting article about kindergart- Krishna And there was a like a community off I guess. Assigned male at birth people represented feminine and will like details of Krishna. Society have this yeah. This is definitely a thing. Yeah it's just like a standard hot every society. It's like wearing assigned by alibaba feminine presenting. You know taxes you build bridges where on short him to me. Yeah I started bringing this up because I was like people. Just forcing heterosexuality on these poems. Wishaw Hussein might not necessarily putting them and then I was like white nightmare actually thinking that he's telling us something at spiritual about genda. Anacostia himself in this feminine like this feminine position as an expression of spiritual quest maybe Which is also interesting while special quests like as an expression of like spiritual desire to goal. Yeah Yeah Yeah. That's the news for spiritual quest not like right on the radio spirituel. Yeah the regular spiritual quest. I'm afraid yeah. This is the area where I was like Dorner. That's a lot of interconnecting. Thanks here I think about like for stories at genda an and his identity and I didn't want to not talk about it at all but I also I didn't want to spend the next three years of my life writing. Hd like Sufi gender identities the peach unfortunately it is for the future. I would love to learn more about it than talk more about. We obviously really have to talk at some point about like Trans Feminine People in this region. Yeah definitely yeah I feel like we brought up like a season's worth that would make good upset. We should really do you. Just this absolute. That's absolutely how about this episode. I started it and I was like good. There's plenty of content. I'll be able to do an episode and then three weeks later. I was like berries too much monkeys. Please help me yeah. That's absolutely now that went so I'm sorry about all the things I bring up that I'm like this is very superficial That's okay that's how they especially when you call to that you don't know. Yeah Yeah Iheart to normal. We're going to talk about the next Major. Turning point in life meets. His boyfriend. Waivers to the boyfriend is here does he. Like the jewel loves the Abbas away. I'll give you a quick rundown of who the boyfriend is. His name is Margerie. You'll often see him referred to as low as well meant to be together. There are several things going on here. Cuticle End Ramakrishna both thought that module low was an era like a confusion because Shah Hossein had become low Hussein and then took modules name so he was known as module has said And people like suggested that people are just made this assumption that Mu- was one name I So you'll see him referred to as low not clear whether this is actually like mother's said name or not so it's because Shaher Hussein change from shy to muddle Zane nation that he took modern lull at the same time yet law was a separate thing about what he will yeah potentially and all are also a couple of times in his poems he'll refer to someone as low but it has a synonym which means like deal or dull. So are we talking about mcadoo always writing poetry like this is just like that thousand girlfriends? Exactly so I've chosen here just to call him I bought so why does shop is saying become tank module as an like Ola They just they just become into McKenna is just like yeah. I. It's not like I don't like a formalized putting I was never clear whether his sane had chosen this himself or whether it was just like a way that people referred him to distinguish him from all the other Hussein's Matia saying exactly read has signed with the boyfriend. And Yeah that like book of poetry that I mentioned that I couldn't get hold of ease published onto the name under low Hussein and then translated by the translator whose name I've forgotten. The translate does not in the introduction. Says that I've chosen to publish under module low to ANA the relationship. That's nice. Yeah and like honor the choice that he is sort of assumed that it was his science choice. They will like to honor the choice. He made to make me do pot of his these night yet. I guess they didn't like skull people saying you. Guys Dope who the buried side-by-side icon us. Mogae was a young Hindu man from a Brahmin family. I'm not sure how much you guys know about. Custody out Gal right up. His family is like high to society. Very well respected. Which means the any interaction that he has with his saying like a friendship with his is already so he likes his Hainan. Someone that you shouldn't be interacting with because assigned to low down socially. Yeah kind of his scientists would just be a weird person full like a wealthy well respected young Hindu manned Drunk Muslim wonder spiritualist friends. La It's not a socially acceptable interruption and all of the First Meeting hockey cut out for counter says while I it has a long spirit describes how beautiful is have. You Been Down. I do have the verse but I like. I can't read you this entire home. Because it's like a long us about how attractive he is already like. Maybe some key facts random couplets. Maju was wondrous in his beauty and His grace. A young man refined normal Brahmin by descent tender and delicate from the liquor of this youths. Wink the worship of grace would fall down flash drunk. So he's yeah yeah absolutely not the leaker of his wieners. Yeah Yeah you can you and you're out gone. You're just like the anyway of them mentioning. I'm going to read you. This section Medina went out one day to steal hot school sports riding. Yes riding through the streets with alluring arrogance and captivating cried this really painting a picture like totally what it looks like bit Alec. If James Potter was as hot as he thought he was maybe on that same straight Hussein was reeling drunk with wine surrounded by his loving companion not drunk on Medusa wink. Not yet in that state of Ecstasy. He's Oh mentors glowing face and his heart out with a cry of delicious pain my friends. He cried loopholes. That young man has just stolen away. My He's actually drunk on the curve and Madurai passed and he just like screen. You guys guys guys look at that I drink his stomach pumped guy.
"shah" Discussed on Queer as Fact
"We do have a few content warnings before we start. They will be a relationship with a large age difference. I'm not sure exactly how lodge. But we know that it's lodge as well as Juan fairly gruesome threat of execution but nobody actually gets executed They will also be poetic description of success. Okay that's pleasant content wine any other ones. Yeah Yeah I don't think. The description of sexes negative. In any way. I just feel that people should be flagged that it's definitely sex. I also WanNa talk a little bit about sources you all night. This has to happen unfortunately. While there was a like definitive English language translation like a collection of his poems published a few years ago. I think it was twenty six Dane. It is not available in Australia. There are no copies in Australia. It's out of print who the Australian cry by stole did not have it for sale. I could've bought it as an e book from Amazon but I have ethical problems with Amazon. Sir I gave up on that and just lived with the poems that I could see on Google books you in terms of saying his actual work much of what we know about. His biography comes from a lengthy biographical poem Britain not long after his death cold. Husky Cut Alpha Kappa This poem was written by Shaikh Mahmoud. Even Muhammad here in sixteen sixty two so sixty two years after Shaw Hussein's death The oldest connection to Shah Hussain was his father had been a close friend of Shas line and the author himself was an attendant to his seines. Longtime disciple lava mudgee thoughts not quite a primary schools. But it's like pretty good yet. It's fairly close in time to a primary source. He's very much writing it. From the point of view that shot his sane is kind of saint a spiritual later. So you can sort of imagine I guess the effects that has on the text I'm not going to hear about anything bad. He might have don. Oh that's not true. We're going to hear about things. He's done that. Were perceived as negative in society at the time just kind of spin that they put on them. It's quite generous. Yeah is quite generous or is quiet positive. But they're often like definitely things that would have been perceived as negative socially that's not to say Shah Hussain ever did a motor or anything. He was just like did a lot of not socially acceptable behaviors. How tantalizingly again? So excerpts of this Palmer available in English again. I didn't get to read the whole thing when I quit you. The poem today. The translation is by an American Muslim. Scott Koogle he's written a number of papers on shot his sane generally from like sort of quick perspective. I just this point. Wanted to include a quote from Scott Giggle about what inspired him to write about his from this perspective and he said about like visit chapter in a book that he wrote this chapter was inspired by the idea that Islamic studies would be much more interesting. We take seriously the concepts of gender and sexuality and I was like. Let's just an intensely relatable approach to look at your field of study and be like. But what if we actually talked about quiz up in this field? Yeah good on you. Yes that's cougs make you saw in the gaps. That Scott left that what like? I relied on assorted other. Skull is one of the main ones was alleged Monte Ramakrishna Ramakrishna is seen as one of the definitive English language. Skull on shot saying I don't want to speak negatively about her. She was an Indian woman riding a PhD on Equate Muslim. Man in the nineteen thirties. In England I'll How she managed to get away with Mike. This happened at all but I do think it means that. She's had to like take certain angles on the way. She speaks about humans like his relationships. I am how much do I tried to look into it and could find very little into like goodbye like she wrote further books sort of in the area that I couldn't find anything much about her life okay Every once in a while light skull will accidentally us? Hey pronounce because it's just never occurred to them that maybe what was the name Lech Monte Ramakrishna acting like I did double check. A couple of transmitting like knew these definitely a woman. I asked this man. Yeah I think it is kind of like a Louisville in the Nineteen Thirties. A tiny teensy weights. I can see how mistake happened. But it doesn't take you check that kind of thing and I did find modern scholars with sometimes quite disparaging off her. But I want to be clear that I don't think she was actually a bad skull. I think she's just working in like yeah difficult circumstances sorry. Shawna signing was born in fifteen thirty nine in the whole this is in the Punjab region of South Asia. So it's time for queerest Fi fi over north good good north West in doing so. Well I got this. We have to America. Punjab is like currently like crosses the border between India and Pakistan Which is the North West of India? So you'll like in the right there. Yeah I had in my head. I was like is it India Pakistan Pakistan's North West Virginia's by say northwest India. Maybe I'll be right. You are right hunting. Obviously at the time Pakistan did not exist and noted India Evans on the whole area was part of the Mughal empire. That's not super relevant. But I'm just letting you know. This is not India as such. Yeah we noise shot. His son was born into a Muslim family which possibly converted from Hinduism a generational. True earlier is wasn't uncommon in the area. I don't know a lot more detail about that. Just that will like fairly recently converted family. So I don't know how names is like Shaw. A given name and family name Hussein given name what's happening I think assigned is a family name. Shah is a given name. She doesn't earn Leaguer by show his life He has a number of other names so as the best the highest in the left side. What would you advise cool? I've been calling him his scientists because that's consistent is all the names change his yes definitely yeah Hughes. He's always cold sane and so I've just tried to call him his signed for the sake of consistency okay. Father worked as a wave. Oh which comes up in Hassan's poetry a lot lighter on his kind of a metaphor a six mental. I used to shooting that. Because you know how poetic descriptions assess yes. The poet description of sex actually comes from Hockey Kata. Which is the poem about him. Not the poem by I feel like waving could be a six metaphor few to be young more. I think he's using it as a metaphor for sort of domesticity and like conventional life in general like the Burmans. Yeah I guess I guess. From the age of ten Hussein issued religious studies this included like memorizing it. Interpreting the Koran. Learning Arabic is night of language was Punjabi the nome for ten year old boy at the time between aid. I don't think it was a choice. Hey I think it was like an opportunity that came up. I saw like a spiritual teacher was in the area. I am so I wasn't like what every ten year old boy did but it was not it wasn't At some point in his boyhood we have this story where he meets a like famous spiritual guide named Peter who is said to of like poured water into his. Orne cupped hands unlike offered his hands to his sane to drink from and drinking from the cup. Tens of this great spiritual leader gave him a spiritual blessing which allowed him to finish memorizing the Koran like with minimal effort. I would love juice sarghoda juice juice everything everything get one. We'll get everything I duNno. I Dunno it just says that like he was blessed by this spiritual later and it set him on the path to sainthood and he finished memorizing the Koran with as a medical. Yeah it does sound like a medical and there is more to come about the ease nor this mullet morte calm about like sharing during his initiation into like spiritual knowledge talk better slightly is the Koran. One Book Yes. The Kremlin's yes. There are other Islamic texts. The Koran is I guess the Koran is that Muhammad was like He. I've written down here. It is the idea with the Torres that Moses were down and was like here. It is in his five books. Now I say what you mean like within the Koran there are divisions within our but crawl but I just wasn't sure like sound natural to the sync process at the crowd is one book. Not Yeah that's true you question. Yeah I don't know why we say the Bible is one book and it's very much divided into several. Yeah like you can sign it. Violence violence. I don't know how but we don't know Waiter book is essential construct. You're not quite sure about the tour that was worth it down. Because it's a little bit off to Moses died. How did that happen sickness Dan? He's a success. Joshua good really just not hitch team the rabbis and the talent to sense light. Make that up to explain. Why we're we're also homos right down the top out of the tour. What about the big his debt? And that's why we talk to stick Explanation that's like he wrote down but he wasn't able to understand his writing. Which is so dot doc. You just like promising. His death and that's horrific. Frankly let's see how many patients off of this podcast nigger like this. Probably a bunch on the table now. I didn't have a hey of knowledge of Islam before I started beyond general knowledge and I'm not going to pretend that I've launch an entire religion in this a couple of weeks and realize yeah as a teen or young adult. I'm not sure exactly. When the age is a bit hazy? He became a disciple of Sufi Tate. Shop I am going to tell you a little bit about Sufism. That's good. What's the Sufi it's usually described as like Islamic mysticism which isn't super clear So is it separate from Islam? So this still like a. Sufi is still Islamic and that sort of basing that spirituality on Islamic texts and so forth but they tend to be yet they tend to be like separate from like organized. Religion is very kind of like a sort of personal quest for like a relationship with God and so while they're like walking from you know Islamic spirituality in Islamic texts. There is a lot of variation in how different Sufi movements approach that unlike different individual paypal approached like finding that bill like personal connection to God eck in tons of at the time so talking about like the sixteenth century in the area. There are a number of like sort of wandering Sufi spiritual leaders. Mum like traveling around the area and though I collect disciples as they go. People who want to fort like fuller that particular movement they tend to like try to direct lineage from the Prophet Muhammed to themselves like a line of teaches. That's unbelievable enough. Frankly the particular Sufi lineage. That Hussein joined into was cold Kadiri Cutting you was characterized by like asceticism like non materialistic sort of life end adherence to what they saw is like the fundamental tenets of Islam tended to be like quiet frugal quiet like literal to the text on quite like conservative sore. For many years following this his sign lived as a wandering like a wandering student and teacher spirituality. He studied scripture. He begged homes to support himself. Anti slept at night. In the like shrine of Lajos Patron Saint. Saint is okay. I know nothing. And he's GonNa come. He is going to become one as far lie. I know there's not like a set list of Islam cites the way you can save policies Ticket nasal so it's not like a process and like several boxes you have to make approves bureaucracy in the same way Trying to think of bureaucracy. Yeah as far as I know you want Holy Guy. He's One holy guy and like there are miracles ascribed to him and that kind of thing. That's the kind of person we really talked about before. Yeah talked about a sane evil. That's true that's true. Yeah they're bad to be a bunch more cuisine. That's you that I would like to do after done. Yeah I drove to the Catholic heavy episode. That will eventually be because of being youtube like. Is this meeting. Valuable contribute to that because there are also listening to what today and we'll just have to explain that stands so sufi teachings were at the time often spread through song or poetry and so his sane kind of at least according to hockey cutoff foca credits. This era of his life with teaching him like poetic structure. I like appreciation for poetry. That he went on with in his horn like spiritual journey at the age of thirty six off the living. This frugal ascetic self deprivation. Life full an anonymous number of years. Some of his way to the day. He had a revelation on hearing the verse from the Koran. The life of the world is nothing but play and a pleasurable distraction. Moas is GonNa take absolutely going to take a fool. One Ivy play and pleasurable distraction. You say exactly what happened. So he on hearing that statement he was overwhelmed with the truth of the statement and felt that he had found the like the secret of God according to Latch Monte Ramakrishna. She says that and she's recounting from a source in Punjabi. Ion which I did not have access to according to Ramakrishna. She accounts that satisfied that he no longer needed it. He threw his Koran into a well. Which is about his law. Which is a huge deal. Yeah because like the book is a holy object because of that his companions were enraged. And what are you doing? And so in order to soothe his sign off at the book to come back to him came back out of the well completely dry damaged and here often says Ramakrishna Hussein discarding old rules and regulations began to dance seeing drink. Drink alcohol yeah. Let's allow visit. There is some debate about that. But like generally nor okay. There is a little bit. I think of wriggle-room depending on schools of thought you're following westbound. Pablo light you can drink. The prohibition is on like get drunk like I think to excess a wondering safety with your band..
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"Saw oo bitch doesn't understand how to use his iphone? Wow by the way I like how I won't tell. Anyone and just clip has been featured in every single trailer for the season odd. Your boyfriend telly. This is really funny so then we go over to a wig shop where destiny is shopping around. And she's talking about how wigs have always been part of her life. Answer Expression Blah Blah Blah. You know the usual destiny bullshit decimate wacky as Wacky as possible. I'm with Zara Matt One. Yeah I agree. I kind of feel like every episode. There's some new object. That is a wacky part of her personality. Hotdogs right everyone. Wow Hot dogs have always been part of my life and my rights struggle. Muggle charges mugs. So she's ended the workshop and G G comes by to talk with her 'cause. Gd WanNa find out what's going on with destiny's new personality Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah and. Yuji has never worn a wig in her life. She says so she started trying them on. You have a hairpiece company like hello. It's like the second coming of Kenya more. Yeah I know it's funny. How many little crossover things there are on you'll bribes. I'm pretty sure we could somewhere. In the past several seasons of shots we can find footage of G G in a way. I'm pretty sure maybe. She just met like an everyday way against postwar costume WIG laughter. Check that video and see what the hell was behind her on the couch. Maybe it was just a girl staff. Maybe it was. Katie from banner. Prempeh rules just facing the corner icon. Bobby ineffectual bobby. But no one even cares enough to feel haunted by her like ooh. There's some weird like dark presence over there but honestly my popcorn's ready so my house is haunted and it basically leaves me with a feeling of slight annoyance. Oh my God. I had a sort of unpleasant dream last night but not that unpleasant because they got better towards the end. Yeah it was kind of a bitch but not really enough of a bitch to be attention to do you know what I mean. And why am I always out of salad dressing? Yeah my walls started to bleed but turns out you could just like wipe it off and it was like fine. This is sort of annoying. Yeah Ramsey to White House. It turns out my interesting. Yeah it turns out as I thought it was bleeding. Turns out it was ranch mine. My my walls were ranching. If that makes sense it's time for commercial. It's time for crap in show. So they try on wigs. And destiny's like Oh my God the click you know like a hooker. Gt's like yeah. Total Hor status and then she tries on and other investments like. Oh my God you look like you smoke a lot of cigarettes like I mean with. Gt really did. I mean she did I. One hundred for the rest of the season was so perfect. Yeah I lived in Little Armenia in east Hollywood for years and that I totally could see that. It's like the lady at Johns. Yeah very popular WIG. East of Western Avenue in Los Angeles. Hot Wade No. I loved her in that way. It was cracking me up just staying that way. Get a fanny pack denim jacket just in that way and so g G. It's like Oh my God. That's like so dominatrix. Speaking of whips. You were pretty nasty at the cooking competition. No she. By the way she was not destiny was destiny was not nasty. The food competition they were hanging out and Raza goes either way does it. He slept with like let's run blast and she's like. I guess people do ever I want? It's not the end of the world. Yeah and I was irritated to be honest because I'm very different. Destiny like you said used to be all about women power and stuff. Full isn't power being able to fuck you. You WanNa fuck. Yeah taking her her little partnership with Raza a little too far but let's not forget. Gt's acting nice now and she has the story of my world. She's trying to get pregnant and things that people can get behind. Pichichi STILL FUCKING G G K. Yeah exactly so yes. She's like you pride yourself on women power and loyalty about a as GEOS anything to Sarah to be honest. She doesn't so definitely definitely was saying that she and Sam had a great conversation and they really connected Etcetera and you know the myth that if if she if Digi had a brother that she were attracted to she probably said to G G. Oh Hey by the way. I'm starting to feel something for your brother. So she then realizes okay. We'll maybe we'll have a conversation with Sarah. Yeah thank you and I don't get why people are pissed about this. I mean Mike has been with so many checks and G G MARRIAGE TOO. Low Mike a minute. Why are they getting on me while they got on them to? You wanted him. Actually yeah if I recall so Hasaan so then Raza goes to a watch store Yeah so he is at wash store and he's he's looking at a ninety five thousand dollar watch which I thought he was going to buy and I was going to get. I was getting all ready to get mad at him because it's just like a week ago or two weeks ago that he was saying things like where. I don't have any money left because ambassador shampoo but I don't think he bought it so I can't get on my high horse but I like to talk about it as if I could have gotten onto my horse. It was rob rob was like there was a guy and then. I got up close and saw that it was just like a higher piece of terrain but it was a normal sized horse average scores average wars on a bench. So now this is a scene Censoring on to be taken into some kind of friend group. Entry this like an actual equal He's like oh. Please be my friend. Shirl spent thousands of dollars on the watch because I have no personal life to shoot surer Lille so my brand his paying for other brands so he is going to get his babies first Rolex Einstein. Rolodex which would have been funny to say. Look at my Rolodex. Look at all my brand context tax right here. We'll Abrazos could actually help him in this shoot with somebody. Anybody this show is going. To cost you a zillion dollars by the time. I know he must stop it so at least Nima the I feel like the only one left. That actually has a real job at the moment by the way at least he's doing something resin not doing real estate anymore. So resume show some that fancy watching his guests the prize a bitch to know the price. It's ninety five K. G. Wagging G WAGON G wagon. I've never wanted to come through and run someone over as much as in that moment. You know what I'm thirty six. It's the best time to buy your first role Yang. You getting at Rolex Rolex is an rolodexes and Rollo's only Actually for those voices. Yeah dinner rolls so The I ran out of Raleigh things you already said Rollo's and I said Raleigh police and I was like oh I'm literally done. I have nothing else. Isn't there an Andrew? Lloyd Webber musical with Roller something another. I Dunno roller skates that starlight express. They ruined that too by the way the Shah's notices. When was the last time that move? That musical was revived Shots Room did us the SASKIA. Shah's ruined ruined two years ago. They were it was gonNA come back. We'RE GONNA announce it in Times Square or on a billboard and Shalom like and got engaged g on the billboard and they're like you know what let's cancel starlight and he's so then we go over to Mike House and oh by the way Nima spent sixty five hundred dollars so you do this to impress Raza and now residents just gonNA disappear cheap watch so now we gotta Mike's House and he's just sitting back on his cell phone cracking going fifty cents. He's just a fucking funny. You know what else is funny? You're building that's being built at the moment so. Paulina comes in and she's like I got think other calm doesn't have the same ring as we got the yacht. I got the wagon. I know g wagons really not doing well today geographies and also regular wagons in the fabric wagons in this case so mike okay. I'll go I'll go out and The the kids out of the car. So he goes out and she follows him he's like I don't need your help with this and she's like I just wanted to come out on new music. I love you babe all I love you baby love. I WanNa make fun of that but there are some times that idea contrive an excuse to follow Dahmer. Sometimes it spun to sort of Annoy your your bill. It's it's just really fun and he's like I never thought would date someone with kids and sometimes I'm like Mike. What are you doing you know? Are you ready to be stepped in? And the fact that Nima said those things it affects me as so they show him putting together this wagon while they badly morally like without instructions which quartz. Yeah it's like putting a wheel right in the middle of it like there's no hold for a caveman. Caveman is like the one caveman in the group. That hasn't figured out how to make fire. He's like being left behind by evolution. He's like bang his rocks together modern caveman but at least modern caveman at least sell insurance. Something for so yeah. He's ready to be a Stepdad. I'm not sure because Neiman's words there like reading to my ears right now so you know what this is. This has him setting up his future. Failure in this relationship Nima everything was going great. And then you've got into my head and then I start questioning myself. And now I don't even know. So this is sort of your fault. Nima negatively questioning things. My God you know. It really hurts. But he doesn't get the. Lena gets my strengths and my weaknesses because I share my insecurities and she has idea that I'm imperfect but because she loves me and she sees that. I'm attempting to do it. She gives me a pass. I'm sure you're fabulous woman. Who Cares that? You're just drag your just congratulations. I'm sure your attendance. Your future tenants will really appreciate when there's a leak in their ceiling but at least you tempted to make a nice building. I know he's like on TV. Nope that doesn't work the same as it doesn't relationship fight Gary. Hi My balcony just fell off. I need to see you right now yet but I tried to make it nice. I tried to make the balconies Dan. What about that really hurt my feelings when they called me and told me the baffling fell off? Like don't understand how that made me feel. Yeah so for all those people who like to Millennia millennial shame say that millennials just want credit want participation trophies on credit for trying just goes to show their people like that at any age even at the advanced age of fifty seven. Which I believe is my. I can't tell but either way. Yeah he's he's And by the way at the end he puts the wrong wheel in the wrong place in the wagon and then it gets stuck there and you have to take hammered a Yank it off so this clearly. He's damaged the wheel in the process of this and I don't even know what that Wagner's for I don't know if other kids supposed to get in that puppies sound safe. Sound safe guys at one point. It's deadly unsafe at any speed and that there's going to be a tumbling accident. Would that wagon out at some point? Pauline is just like his parents good job. Am John. So then MJ and Nima meet for lunch. And he's like okay. You look beautiful and if your teeth look really good from what I can see. There's so much glare. It's sort of looks like looks like an interrogation lately station but yeah it looks great. I've never looked at somebody and then looked away and see spots like still. It's amazing like really good work really great work. Did you notice by the way? The girl sitting next to them when M. J. walked in she looked up and was like. Oh my God I cannot believe. I'm sitting next to Shahs of sunset right now so all right let me tell you. I don't get this really hard to see what's happening in Russia on the perception of you if you were like meddling in our marriage cray that's the perception of you. Yes total fucking bullshit Nothing to do with that Yeah and then we see a flashback of Lee saying that. Mj A Elliott says that basically. Jay said that they're unhappy which again. I don't think that's the biggest deal in the world if you're chatting with a friend and be like I'm not sure about that relationship..
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"Your host Ashley. Hoover Baker thanks for tuning in to the Shahs of sunset. Recap breakdown where I spill all the T- on the episode and give my hot take on the happenings. This episode is called the Persian hangover which I love the name it takes place in Vegas nowhere near as messy as the hangover. But it's okay. I smell with their stepping in both four. We get into the episode. We need to talk about the new. Shahs of sunset schedule. I'm kind of broken because well it's cool this week. We got our episode. Sunday night is always but Shahs of sunset is moving to Friday nights. And I know it's a different time and television and TV isn't like it used to be but back in the day. Getting a Friday slot was basically you on your way out. I really hope that's not. The case was Shahs of sunset. I think the season of Shahs of sunset is unbelievable but there are a lot of people on social. That are just complaining about this show and I just don't understand what the problem is. I have no idea why the show is getting moved. Except for the fact that Bravo's new show family Karma is about to begin. And that's what's moving into Shahs of sunset space so I'm not quite sure why Shah's got the bomb but I'm really confused and I would like some answers in case you're wondering what that means for this bonus episode. You're still going to get it but I was thinking about it. I was planning on. Doing Family Karma recaps anyway. So we're GONNA stick on schedule. We'll all watch our shahs of sunset on Friday nights coming up then after the Family Karma episode on Sunday night I will do a recap of both shows in half that out for you either Sunday night or Monday morning so I hope that works for you because it's kind of like I hate the term killing two birds with one stone so I like to say we're going to catch to butterflies with one net and let them go so they can be free back to the Persian hangover. We start with Raza and Adam at home organizing a shoe closet. Adam just looked so annoyed by Raza. This marriage is getting more and more painful to watch by the minute..
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"Today you'll be glad you did all right. Everybody welcome back. And now we've got some stories about some other things going on in the news and Jordan you have this block take it away. Yes so a lot of shitty trump stuff which is really all term steph arguably not arguably at all very universally accepted statement Journey yes one of the things that happened. it's not something he did but it's a ruling that helps him so an appeals court. Today ruled that trump is allowed to use three point. Six billion dollars of defense spending for the all the southern border so this is a decision. That's coming after a lower court blocked trump for being able to use those funds from that same source previously. But it's important to note. This ruling only applies to money. That's coming out of very specific business of a very specific construction fund. That's under the Department of Defense Budget. It's doesn't apply to things like like there's a counterdrug fund that he's trying to pull money from right and he can't. This doesn't apply to those funds for the second time. K The buzzkill you. Are you a joke here. We're GONNA say it say I forgot. I forgot that I wrote it. And then I'm like later doesn't the buzzkill. Now what were you saying. I think this is the second time This has happened. This is the second three point. Six billion he's pulled from Department of Defense for Construction and which puts our troops in danger? And this. Is I think exactly what happened. The last time to a lower court blocked it and then let go. Yeah so they I took it out last September. I know and then it's just been in court since then basically but then there's all these there's just going to be so many lawsuits over this because there are so many different communities that have the in writing ability to sue them on this And it's going to be. It makes sense that it would be entirely different decisions based on. It's coming out of a construction fund versus like an anti-drug refund or something right so I imagine it's just GonNa keep going. The statements from the groups who have sued are basically. Like this just sucks. Because it's just going to prolong an already already lengthy legal battle. That really shouldn't even be something that the citizens or taxpayers have to worry about but it continues to say this is the whole goal is to at least get like a foot of the wall built before the election. Yeah yeah. I wonder how they remember that goal that they set where they had to build like some. I'm insane amount of wall. Everyday to reassure number was but it was like. There's no way in hell there. I wonder how they're doing now zero. It was like those. Thermometers for like fundraisers walked by Your Life Long Way to go up that bulb. They got a long way. Hey I was well as cold souls walking by Mule Collar Pole. Yeah so that's the first thing then today. Trump has proposed changes is too long longstanding environmental regulations. These are regulations that have existed for over fifty years The regulations or I should say there are anti regulations. Nations that would allow new mines pipelines at other projects that include tearing up to your score basically and leaking toxic everywhere They would just allow the regulations are basically going to take away the locals ability to if they like if they miss public comment and that's it that's them forfeiting their right to say anything about got it so they'll have like one public comment period and if they don't do it then they'll get to say anything there's that there's also just shortening timelines like I know a historically take a really long time to determine environmentally if it's safe to like right around these regulations are GonNa make it so they don't have to wait as long they don't have to get the same people's approval they can just like start slashing slashing the Environmental Studies Environmental Impact Studies Yeah cool yeah it's like a it's like a wedding when someone's like speak now forever. Hold your peace right you know like what the Fuck you can't Ryan bringing up later when you get more information do they ask that at weddings. You know what it is. It's basically like a piece of shit you'd better tell me before I do it. Just say that then let the bride say it. Yeah Yeah it's a very weird thing to say. Look I know all of you have come from out of town. You probably don't keep in touch very well with the bride more grim. Let's give you a chance. Yeah boy if you were afraid to tell her privately or tell him private yeah. Don't do it record thirty thousand dollars a day I think that part of the wedding was exclusively created for movie scenes. That was the only reason it's been put in. How can we make this more dramatic? Well what trump said for his reasoning behind this stuff is we will not stop until our nation's gleaming new infrastructure has made America could the envy of the world again it used to be the envy of the world and now we're like a third world country it's really sad. A Third World Country Entry. You're the president dude. Yeah also I mean definitely it depends on like the district that you're in. There are certain districts that are just entirely under resource and under underserved and they do have really pathetic. Excuses of like public works projects inside infrastructure. Yes take you sort as for but overall it's like we're not a fucking third world country you can't just like throw that word out like that. It values other countries that have incredibly like longer histories of systemic issues with infrastructure. It's it's like just fearmongering rose. It's just yeah it's just ridiculous But again like I said I know it is really shitty someplace set folks live here but do you know what's interesting is second. World countries are pretty much just Soviet countries that largely fell out of use in the one thousand nine hundred after the end of the Cold War. It's like reserved for that interesting interesting. or how often would they would call like up and coming or developing countries up an academy like open MIC countries. Yeah I'M GONNA stop talking now you don't get paid. How you doing it for the exposure you second world country Yeah I don't really. I can't say I've ever heard anyone say that. In Conversation Second World Oh countrywide ladies discussing everything entry really yeah. I was discussing second world countries which are predominantly. Yeah but I do you think that he's just going to try to make. This seem like he's trying to do Americans a favor to get more jobs done faster like if you can shorten the time that it takes takes to build a freeway. Well we can build a bunch more freeways and we get more people to work and you know that's obviously the direction he's going. When he made the announcement there was like people in hardhats standing around him and Shit Shit just totally? Yeah exactly when it's really like no we lived through Dick Cheney and many other people and it's contracts that you and your friends are obviously so you can get from this stuff and benefit from and it's really sad and the last thing we should be doing right now given yet. How our world is it's really upsetting? Convene Mentally Yeah. It's really upsetting to you because what I wish I mean. It's so obvious that that all of the contracts they give for infrastructure and shit they WANNA go to non environmentally friendly friendly people and I wish that they would embrace the green deal green jobs right. Yeah because that would be really economy and really good for the country. Yeah exactly on create jobs. Why don't you turn to new energy but obviously Cancer Yeah and they kill Bald Eagles by the thousands o one one eagles at the bottom of all the ball deal. That comes in like What should happen with Paul? Neagle and trump did some shit happen. Oh he wanted his desk and he was ask for it so funny I mean I guess I don't necessarily need my president to have Bald Eagle Grace Ace but it is funny to watch him not having okay so anyways there's going to be a lawsuit over this. I'm sure a lot of lawsuits. Because yes that's fucked up. Basically there we go okay wrapping up next door Jews lane as we call her Glenn Maxwell there's so there's not a lot of corroborated reporting on this but people are saying that they've seen her in Israel they're saying that they've seen her in the midwest protected by like Navy Seals. They're just saying they keep seeing her pop above everywhere because of all those navy bases in the Mid West will yeah. They're just saying she's protected by these massive groups across various countries. Yeah so so again. Her lawyers aren't responding to any of this stuff. Obviously no one can really confirm anything. But they're rumors going out there that she's like hiding out in Israel a lot of the time interesting it is interesting. I thought she was working with the F. B. I. R. A. D. I don't know either. I have no idea if she gets away unscathed by all this though. That's awful. Yeah that would be awful. If she is in Israel and she's she just wanted to staying over there forever that's on. I mean I wouldn't expect anything less of an extra extradition treaty with Israel doughy. I don't know how go on to the next story. I'll find out okay next story last story so FCC is really pissed. I Mark Zuckerberg. I love my job so bad. Yeah we Ellen Ella Allen I think yeah I think it's own Weintraub I think it's ellen no one probably Yeah but she's Federal Election Commissioner Ellen Weintraub yet there does she is just really coming down for their policies saying that they're going to continue continue to allow facebook ads and they're going to continue facebook ads. That will not be fact checked whatsoever. So they're not gonNA change pretty much anything about their policy right now Wine Trump said that at facebook week plan suggests. The company has no idea how seriously it is hurting democracy. But if you're like Zuckerberg's I know I know exactly how much it's hurting it. I'm just getting paid for it so see I. I have all all the numbers are here. If you'd like to see the data They she. She just went on like a really good twitter. Thread rant See you should just look it up on twitter and and read it. But what are the things she also said was. I am not willing to bet. The twenty twenty elections on the proposition that facebook has solved. Its problems with a solution whose chief feature appears to be that. It doesn't seriously impact the company's profit margins So that's not good. If she's pissed at you know they're just sucking working so hard like twitter did the right thing banning political ads completely. Google is going in the right direction limiting the amount of targeting you can do with political ads. Ads in Zuckerberg is just like trying to hide under the guise of some sort of like free market principle. And it's like dude you don't give a shit about that stuff. Yeah maybe when you the guy who started a website to rate women's faces would end up being a Douche bag real by the way we do have have A. We do have a extradition treaty with Israel so if if laugh in the GES lane gets picked up picked up over there Or if we indictor week she could be brought back. Yeah real existing in our own country doing these crimes and was probably. I'll be protected by our own politicians for really long time. So if I would ask that you what's happening with right now because she's connected to so many different things I'm somewhat related. I was thinking about this because Prince Andrew was connected to the whole I've seen case I saw that Megan Markle Terry. We're like he's he's out road royal family. We're going to raise our kid and Canada and I was like and it would be so proud. Yeah she make markle was like fuck the press of the UK. Hi this is terrifying. Somebody was like American actress. D. programs called member moves to Canada with to race. Child remove removed from toxic family early years. She Yoko Ono the royal family. That's great I love that. Yeah that's a wedge. They really needed Yup drawing boundaries. Twenty Twenty Hell. You could nice yes I love it. Our is busy and now I've gotTa Oughta make like fifteen minutes of Non Swearing Banter before we go to our breaks. So that's all really long so everybody. Cool the time a moment of silence no I. I think we're good and we will be right back..
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"Hey everybody welcome back So in the midst of the tensions between the US and Iran. I thought it would be a little bit important just like you were talking about Jordan to give a little bit of history here We learned in two thousand thirteen that our CIA participated in a covert action known as Operation Ajax to overthrow the democratically elected prime minister of Iran democratically democratically elected prime minister of Iran in nineteen fifty. Three this was the first covert opt. Overthrow a foreign government during peacetime For the United States the Prime Minister wanted wanted to Audit A. Here's what happens with the Prime Minister in ninety three democratically-elected Secular Fella. He wanted to audit a British oil company called the Anglo Iranian Oil Company. Any Because he wanted to limit. UK control over Iranian oil. Because you know they were totally you know. Taking their oil they're getting like eighty percent of the prophets. Yes yes so. And they wanted to be sovereign nation and use their own resources and make revenue off of that so when the company refused to cooperate Iran voted to nationalize allies their oil industry and expelled foreign corporate representatives from the country and once that happened Britain voted to boycott Iranian oil and then started to get ready see. They started mobilizing their military because they were going to go and physically seized control of a British refinery in Iran called the abandoned oil refinery. But they call that off in favor of the economic economic boycott and the UK prime minister who was Winston Churchill at the time and the Eisenhower Administration together decided to overthrow the Iranian Prime Minister Mr because they viewed him as unreliable and basically he wasn't going to let them just take all their oil painting advantage of them and they feared a communist takeover of Iran. I think that might have been the talking point. uh-huh about money. I think most of that was a guy's name. Yeah he wasn't communist at all. Yeah nope he just didn't want to keep getting fucked fucked over. Yeah and they were. They were totally getting fucked over. So after the coup d'etat Nineteen fifty-three a government. Under General Fuzz does Walla the hettie was formed which allowed Muhammed resume polygraph. The last. I'm saying that wrong. The last shah of Iran to rule as a monarch so this is the a shaw. We installed He was supported by and relied heavily on the United States to retain his power and in two thousand thirteen the CIA declassified documents that showed the US hired word mobster thugs in Tehran to stage pro. Shah riots sounds familiar and between two hundred or three hundred between two hundred and three hundred people were killed during these riots. The former democratically elected prime minister was arrested tried and convicted of treason by the Shah that we installed the US and Britain installed other supporters of the former. Prime Minister were arrested. Some were put to death and I think the the former prime minister spent three years in prison prison and then on house arrest for the rest of his life and then the Shaw ruled for twenty six years until he was overthrown in the Iranian Revolution in nineteen seventy nine and the declassified. CIA documents also showed the US was in charge of planning and executing the coup bribing Arabian politicians and bribing their security and army officials and they spent a lot of money and time distributing pro coup propaganda and it was the coup that caused the long lasting damage to Iran's perception of the United States even Even though Eisenhower the Eisenhower Administration considered the coup success the repercussions of left a haunting and terrible legacy and the coup is said to have contributed to the nineteen seventy eighty nine revolution which deposed the pro-western Shah and replaced it with an Anti Western Islamic republic. And I think this is indicative of the impact that decisions like assassinating general all of a sovereign nation have on US Iran relations Even US Supreme Court justice. William O Douglas who visited Iran both before and after the coup in nineteen fifty-three three said We united with the British to destroy him. We succeeded in ever since our name has not been honoured one in the Middle East so as I was saying. This history illustrates the importance of the war powers resolution limiting trump's ability to act unilaterally without congressional authorization and I for one would feel much safer and confident with a check on the executive when it comes to military action in Iran. They have a long memory and these kinds of actions have deep historical impacts on the region. Yeah it's not just like we did it they hit us back. It's over high five moving onto the next season of the apprentice on the WB network anymore but that is how narcissists right. I know you said thanks any accent. The apprentice forget that and then buffy the vampire slayer type for my yearly rewatch. Buffy I'm going to do that because they took off Netflix. Oh No You shouldn't really concern anyway. Back to the deep device history read between the US and Iran friends is my like falling asleep. Show like I couldn't I can't I don't actually you have any idea of the actual leg time line of friends from start to finish. I just watch it random. I've never watched it. Start to finish timely way. I've watched it. I've ever watched in the nineties. I watched it like two years ago from beginning to Nice. I don't actually how it should be. Viewed in its original creative intent. I don't know the full story. Storyline jumped in have like a flow. You can't just jump in. I mean how are you going to know if they're on a break or not. Doc Freight Complex character development. I just did the Ross hands. I strongly believe that Monica should try smoking pot. uh-huh anyway Iran still be high strung and just break stuff. That's what happens to my. She tried to get her. CBD Trees She. She's kind of hyper so I was like it'll chiller out. No she's just hyper just confused anyhow back to. Yeah what was I saying Oh yeah you were saying that. Trump only has as much perspective as you'd be back like a one for one but that is how nurses work is they've you everything is like tally transactional transactional dockery would be in transactional means to for TAT. Black and white yet. This and that is for an I. There's not a lot of context historically or four thought going forward. It's like this goldfish brain now. And it's clear that he has no forethought when you look at what happened in Syria. You look at this airstrike against Sola money. It's obvious that he doesn't think about what happens next. And I don't know what has happened. Yeah and I don't even he. He doesn't know what has happened. He can't find Iraq on a map which is where a their strikes were against the two? US basis but uh-huh. Yeah I He just he doesn't have any respect for how that is going to sit historically and for how long it we'll sit historically because it's not just about whether the the prime minister of Iran is like we're done. That's it even Steven yet but all of it like that's what's it like. It happened in a vacuum and no one else's mad about it. Yeah Yeah that That recap that you just said was really good because I love who like spin into. Yeah not over just the actual coup attempt itself like everything before and after I did listen to that one podcast and learn all these details just about those four days specifically and apparently need the guy who has sent over. There was the grandson of Teddy Roosevelt yet kermit high homecoming Roosevelt. Here here Dover through your actually. He's like auditioning for. What does he on fucking sesame street or rather have kermit? The FROG is president. Yeah Pendulum resume. I overthrew around once and can't do but uh-huh here from God sips tea. I strongly believe no end should be named Garfield or Kermit and I even have had a great grandfather named Garfield. I hate eight that this is your name because all I think about the cat. LASAGNA LASAGNA. Caton yeah I also learned that oil company that you said in the beginning I forget what it will the Anglo. Yeah rainy and oil company that turned into be. Yeah Yeah that's what is stabbed in the heart. Well and I apologize if you wait has bp done anything thing wrong or weird right right ten. Yeah first off they just fucking dropped. They dropped the name of the place that gives them the fucking oil and then on top of that killed all the fish rush. Thanks yeah Yeah I I if you already mentioned this I apologize But so much much of that was also about the fact that they didn't want to run to nationalize the oil because they were worried that other countries would follow suit and we'd have this global movement is national and that's what they're calling communism in his own. Yeah he's taking over there buck and resource yes. A global movement of countries actually being able to keep their own money from resources that are in there. Yeah can you imagine if Africa told us. That won't do it all. Yeah we can't live without taking advantage of all these other countries. Yeah it's like the oil and gas chastity belt L. Mad. I'm out about it. Another thing that stood out from that story is One of the tactics they use like you said they hired gangs in the area and then had them start chanting had them like wreaking havoc and then had them chanting Mussa Dex name so they were trying to do that thing where they like make them crazy. Yeah and make them look like this guy. Supporters are in create like in cranleigh increasingly. Yeah that's incredibly an insanely together. Go token cravenly webster hit Insanely violent right and then and then at some point they like brought those gangs to his the house and they were like freaking out obviously in his house and he was like no. I'd rather just like die in my own house and you know we have this way to get you out and so they fled and and then obviously that didn't work out for him Yeah Yeah and that was and then the first. They tried to take him over twice the first first time they had staged arrest right and then they got word of the arrest and then arrested the people that were supposed to arrest him no and then they didn't know that America had anything to do with that first arrest they just thought it was the Shah so then they had exclusive beef with the Shah. Apparently apparently meanwhile fucking Kermit is over sitting here just like I can strike again. Oh yeah this makes me want to Rewatch Argo ar go fuck yourself such a good movie. Yeah it's so good. What is even if it's really good? It is good. He won an Oscar for it. It's it's about Iranian hostage. The crisis yes. Yeah and it's a side story where a bench give A A handful of people who are at the American Embassy Lake were snuck into the Canadian ambassador's Stories House and hid there may eventually smuggled them out. Sorry I'm rooting for you. If you haven't seen it They smuggled them out fake history fake Canadian passports. Sports is really realize pretending that they were doing a movie called Argo. So they set up a studio studios crazy a fake. But we're like real producers in Hollywood films with this Holy Shit. It's a really good. It's really good. It's really interesting. They went to like great legs to lake. Rescue these people and made up this whole fake operation dictum out of the country. Wow Yeah yeah worst prequel. Yeah it's crazy I yeah sorry celesial say about this but like school history fucking failed me so hard. I never learned that Ad. I never learned about what happened in the seventies. I never learned about the region that we've just been like engulfed in conflict with for my entire life. Nobody ever tells you what turned into an Islamic republic right or like Oh people say that Iranians like hate Americans and then. Just don't ask why they're just like I think they just hate why people I think that's it that's all there's nothing underneath that reason right. I never I had no idea about any of that. Shit Shit. It's really important. Sorry all right. We'll be right back kermit the frog more headlines. We'll be right back with more headlines at the mainstream media may have missed today so stick around. Hey everybody it's AG. And I want to tell you about my favorite women owned company called Third Love that makes the most comfortable perfectly fitting bribe ever worn..
"shah" Discussed on The Daily Beans
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