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"slough" Discussed on Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day

Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day

01:47 min | 5 months ago

"slough" Discussed on Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day

"It's merriam Webster's word of the day for March 3rd. Today's word is slough, spelled SLO. Slough is a verb. That means to cast something off or to become shed or cast off. It's often used in the phrase slough off, meaning to get rid of something objectionable or disadvantageous. Here's the word used in a sentence from the Asheville citizen times by Lindsay Tiger. Use the scrub once or twice a week to slough off dead skin cells for smoother skin. There are two verbs spelled SLO ug in English, as well as two nouns, and both sets have different pronunciations. The first noun referring to a swamp or a discouraged state of mind is pronounced to rhyme with either blue or cow as slough. Its related verb which can mean to plod through mud, has the same pronunciation. The second noun pronounced to rhyme with cuff refers to the shed skin of a snake, as well as anything else that has been cast off. Its related verb describes the action of shedding or eliminating something just like a snake sheds its skin. This slough comes from middle English and is related to slug, a middle high German word, meaning snake skin. With your word of the day, I'm Peter sokolovsky. Visit Miriam Webster dot com today for definitions, wordplay, and trending word lookups..

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"slough" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

What Bitcoin Did

03:55 min | 7 months ago

"slough" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

"Bankers. I have to go back to that. But yeah, so when there's nothing there behind the curtain, the emerald wizard and there's nothing there. You could incorporate that into your magic Internet. Money man. I do like the idea of getting that made as an outfit though and somebody run up. We don't have that. And that's to be figured out and you know what the first have a shield with B in it with a massive B on it. Joe was funny, is that the name rail Bedford was originally a joke, because what it was has changed the name and when was thinking about the name. I was actually in Miami at the time and I was there where Beckham had created into Miami. I was like, that's kind of cool. I maybe would do into Bedford. I was just like in the bedroom. Doesn't ring right. No. I was like, I wanted to go with rail Bedford as a joke. Great name. I think it is. People hate it. Some people hate. Only people with NSO H no sense of humor. And it's really funny. One of the things with comedy is you put two things that aren't supposed to go together next to each other and Rey out being sort of exotic in Spanish and Bedford being as sort of ordinary as it comes. And you put the two together and you have comedy and smile on your face. You know what? Sometimes with doing this podcast, people have said, what's it like with it growing everything? I always say you can never objectively see yourself. So you are just still you from day to day, you're still you, whereas other people may see and go, oh, you're interviewing a president or you're doing this, but you're still you. I can't objectively see Bedford. What is what do you think of Bedford when you think about food? What comes to mind? Well, there's something intrinsically comet in the sound of the word Bedford. You know, 'cause it's four bed, it just sounds like. It's just got to sort of burn sound to me. Yeah, but then I just associate it with Luton slough, all those kind of satellite towns. Do you know what I mean? And I just do it from just back in the day I used to do gigs when I was still on the circuit. And you know, you'd come out on that high street 11 o'clock with pubs used to shut at 11 o'clock and they throw everyone out 1130 on the high street. They'd just be a fight every ten meters just lads pissed, having fights over girls and girls screaming. Where were you playing the corner exchange?.

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Steroids & The Culture Of Performance Enhancement With Physique Coach Rawdon Dubois

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

02:21 min | 1 year ago

Steroids & The Culture Of Performance Enhancement With Physique Coach Rawdon Dubois

"For someone. Who's using steroids. And and i'm gonna i'm gonna ask a lot of questions kind of from a very intentionally knife perspective because most people listening to this podcast have one huge amount about it would would someone who's using steroids performance enhancement like that or have a little bit of a lowered sense of self preservation because they lack well. I'm going for glory right now. And i'm not really too concerned about what's happening in the future or is that a bit of a myth that people who much about storage having their mind. I don't know like. I say that choosing to To us Enhancement are necessarily reckless and Aware of long term health Legitimacy however i think it's Necessity given to long term health on jeopardy as you want us to use performance enhancing supplements Are yes slough by the comparison Use the full on the performance enhancing drugs but You know i think said during some i'd audiences processing That is always a cost to pay. Doesn't miss What we do that was the saints in way up. Whether the cost is Was the the angle that we're pursuing and for someone that is I think for whatever reason motivated changed it while you compensation to a point in they have We are genetically push the limits naturally. Nice still for whatever. Reason could argue what they were used in the russian. I'll is his is legitimate Ona that's your opinion is in their mind. There was something that they have set out to do that. That's that's a priority. Today they Say the that's not the rides motive for them to ashir what they Wanna piss you in. That is to further changed. Body comes to increase muscle mass or appreciation. Or whatever. It is you know. That's the choice at

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"slough" Discussed on Capitalisn't

Capitalisn't

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"slough" Discussed on Capitalisn't

"The people on the staff were working very closely while always respecting the requirements. And the you know the standards because everyone knew we have to maintain a high standard for approval to gate trust credibility but the speed in the focus in which the regulators both in the us and globally were operating. Was a key enabler to making. This happen quickly. So that was one. And then the second dimension was as you mentioned the manufacturing so we were producing commercial product while we were doing the trial. Which normally you do this in a serial fashion so you tested and you'd validate. Then you'd take the risks to invest but again because of the cooperation of operation warp speed. We were in a position to take more risk to do in parallel number of steps that involved taking risks cutting time and putting money at risk Which we did both share over capital as well as you know in this trial. And of course that's was was key enabler to get to market and then if i make the final part of that second dimension is a very close relationship led by a general purnell and his supply team from the military who really Were key enablers to give the supply chain Lined up in prioritize in support of our of develop. So let me ask mo the financial part you are the cfo. Probably you bargaining with the governor on the outside and while there's clearly big objective common objective together vaccine out as soon as possible you add defending the interest of your investors. And i guess mon steph slough we or whoever for him was on the other side bagging for the government. I don't know to what extent you can share this. But i did the negotiation. Take place. no it's a good question so in in the industry pricing is based on the benefit that you generate from a particular drug. How does it reduce the cost of disease cost of hospitalization. The effects of people suffering the disease in the traditional analysis. What it showed not surprisingly as the value of this vaccine was probably several hundred dollars a dose because of the dramatic impact on economies of shutting down the economy so the value was berry high. We made a strategic decision early to offer a product that was priced more closer more traditional vaccines recognizing that it was far below the economic value of the product and in the case of. Us government's the pricing that we agreed upon initially was some fifteen dollars a dose which was the lowest announced price that we've offered global late too..

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What Is Circular Beauty?

Green Beauty Conversations

02:43 min | 1 year ago

What Is Circular Beauty?

"In awe view secuties based on four principles. So i'm going to run you through them. Principle one is that we work with nature. So that means that we. I the minimize the use of natural resources. I roll so that formulations of made with ingredients that not a harvested or that a not grown unsustainably then we use natural resources the benefit the environment so an example would be a sequestering carbon through algae production because essex and there are a few such ingredients coming out on the market which very interesting and sending once we must watch sit principle to is that we then keep those resources in use as much as possible and that means for instance up cycled ingredients or using ingredient byproducts or reusing water energy packaging so with cosmetic products we can keep a loss of resources in use. Packaging is a great example when we actually use it because it can be reusable refillable. Obviously we can't keep the cosmetic ingredients themselves in the formulations in use which is why making a truly secular product will most likely always be challenging when it comes to the formulation itself because cosmetic ingredients are generally either washed down the drain or absorbed by the skin or evaporated all sloughed off the dead skin cells or scraped into the trash weather. Decompose if we don't actually use the products themselves so those ingredients typically can't be kept in close loop system but arguably pc brands could sell relations are quantities. That don't need to be reapplied so much. So then we're keeping resources more acts of speculation rather than creating a closed loop system which might be a bit more of a struggle. there sounds principal to principal three. Is that we. Then design outraced externalities. So that means we avoid waste wherever possible and we all can think of plenty of examples. Where this applies. Vc products we can sell formulations in no packaging refillable packaging so we avoid creasing packaging waste or we minimize waste associated with the extraction of natural ingredients looking which plants can yield the maximum output for the minimum environmental impact of. We can also consider eco-design a formulations particularly when they're flushed down the drain or not biodegradable. And ultimately of course as i said we need to minimize consumption of beauty products in the first place that we design at waste externalities by actually reducing the consumption itself and this has close ties in with the podcast. We did recently on the age of essentials of the age of skin and then finally principle four is that we regenerate natural capital. So if you want to keep using natural resources in your pc products you should be trying to create a net environments gain see constantly have those resources to put in that and i think this is probably the point where the beauty industry struggles the most. Because it's simply not really been on the radar screen. The majority of pc

Exfoliation 101

You Beauty

02:08 min | 1 year ago

Exfoliation 101

"Is explanation one. Oh one we are going all the way back to basics and tibet understand. Why explanation is so interesting to skin and also decipher the different full in varieties. I'm hoping you can help us out. Absolutely let's kick things off really really simply leeann. What is explicitly. I should so when we talk about exfoliating. We're talking about using things or products that exfoliating skin from the outside in skin has its own natural exfoliating process which is known as discrimation. That happens from the inside out. We can talk about that a little bit through the podcast as well. This is a bit of a back to front question. But what happens if you don't explicitly eight your skin. Well as i said. Your skin does exfoliating naturally however certain things slow that down so we have the natural biological aging process premature aging which is influenced by different things that are external like say the sun and also situations where the skin itself has issues. doesn't exfoliating correctly in that often happens in the follicle this causes breakouts and blemishes and other unfavorable skin conditions. So if we're not exfoliating topically and hoping that process along it can lead to things like that seaney to give it a helping hand. Absolutely yeah you just get this build up of dead skin on the surface so we give it to helping him by hoping that to slough away okay then so on the other hand what does happen to ask in when we do exfoliating. What are these potential skin benefits on offer in the short term and long term. Okay sharon so what happens when we use something topically. Exfoliating the skin is we speed up the skin's natural process of exfoliating or we regulate the skin where it's not exfoliating enough by itself and bring it back to balance so two different things happen when we speed the exfoliating process up it encourages cells in the lowest start reproducing. We're moving dead ones off the surface so it sends a signal through the skin. You need to make more. And in that process happens. The production of collagen leston hollow onic acid. All the things that are beneficial to the skin or the things we want. That's right exactly

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Disney Cravings: Which Disney Treats are the Most Craved?

1923 Main Street: A Daddy Daughter Disney Travel Podcast

01:56 min | 1 year ago

Disney Cravings: Which Disney Treats are the Most Craved?

"Disney popcorn now is disney popcorn. I do crave it but is it really any different than any other popcorn. Yes how so. Well you have said yourself multiple times you have not been quite able to replicate this popcorn exactly as it is in the parks and your popcorn is pretty good but it. Just there's something special about. They have a secret recipe. Also in the papuan. They have in the parks. That makes it just ever so slightly different than popcorn. You can find anywhere else and we do have a popcorn machine a true large cart at home. Of course here are disney resort north and s. Milia said i did try to crack the recipe. I've narrowed it down somewhere in my slough. At some point. I discovered that they use a combination of coconut oil and regular oil. If it's non peanut oil or some high heat oil along with their colonels now. They did switch. Let me ask you this. When they switched from orval reddin bacher to pop secret. Did you notice the difference and by the scowl you're making because we don't shoot video with these shows. I'm guessing no you mean unlike the boxes. No they actually switch the brand of. I know but i only noticed the boxes purdue so i really didn't notice any taste so i would say is in my experience with this. The kernels themselves. A huge amount of difference. As long as they're all name brand good-quality colonels. It's really their blend of sees labor. Yeah so we use the flavoring plus the oils which spices and seasoning can really can really make. It can make a difference. Don't even anything that you are making wise. Or what. I'm saying i think is i think. They switched the kernels themselves. But not their mix of oil and flavorings. So what you're saying is that they're mix of oil is withstanding the pressure the changing world.

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The Island Investor - Douglon TSE

Mosaic of China

01:52 min | 1 year ago

The Island Investor - Douglon TSE

"I'm here with douglas dc. Douglas and you are a friend of october. That's who introduced you. So let me play you the introduction. That octo said about you. From the last series i'm recommending. Very good guy called declan and he's from an interesting family. He's doing a very cool. Business is a small island next to shanghai with october. First of all tell me. How do you know actor. She designed my suit and my wife's dress either wedding through the contradiction for my father. Well there you go and she said that you come from an interesting unsure. We will discuss that as part of our discussion today. But before we do that the first thing i would ask anyone in that chair is what object did you bring that in some way represents your life in china I brought a very humble rock from sin silent. This rock is something that we try to incorporate in design for shops on silent and We try to use as much local stuff as possible and so local fishermen would use these rocks to way down the nets when fishing. So it's really cool. And it's very durable and i usually give this as a gift to all my friends who visit me. Awesome sloughing excellent. Oh as a gift. So what what do they use. Ideally i tell them to use as a candle holder. This raucous for you excellent. Okay thank you so much weight so this rock here has been at. The bottom of the ocean has it. Yes what they do is they would go out to see and Depending on the seasons there were fish for different things from fishes crabs to Shrimps the entire island for the past. Couple of hundred years is based off of fishing economy until recently after they may transportation more convenient Tourism started boom.

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Climate change adds pressures to degraded Everglades

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 1 year ago

Climate change adds pressures to degraded Everglades

"The florida everglades support a rich population of waiting. Burbs white ibis wood storks and spoon bills mark cook of the south florida. Water management district says the birds depend on the everglades alternating. Sawgrass ridges lose. You have these ridges and these grooves. Running sodas parallel to one another during the wet season water covers much of the marsh and fish spawn across a wide area but during the dry season the water recedes and the fish. Move into this lose for the birds. What that does is actually concentrating. The prey into higher densities so they have easy pickings right when they need to feed their growing chicks but cook warns that climate change could alter the landscape. I make it harder for the birds to forage. Warm dry conditions could make the sawgrass ridges dry out and collapse flattening the marsh. The sloughs would then fill with cattails instead of fish. The everglades are already degraded by urban development and agriculture which have interrupted the flow of water across the landscape so a major goal of restoration is getting that water back into the everglades and cook says climate. Change makes this restoration especially

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2020s MedTech Innovation Winner with Paul Grand of MedTech Innovator

Outcomes Rocket

05:51 min | 1 year ago

2020s MedTech Innovation Winner with Paul Grand of MedTech Innovator

"Hey welcome back. Outcomes rocket listeners and viewers glad you have tune in again today. I have the privilege of having to guests one. He's a repeat offender here on the podcast. A good friend of mine paul grand. He's the founder and ceo medic innovator. They're the premier nonprofit accelerator in the metric industry that really seeks to improve the lives of patients by advancing companies poised to transform the healthcare system and also on the podcast. We have annalisa samarra. She's the c o rayo's who will actually the winner of midtech challenge and we're gonna dive into how that happened. And what that means but misnomer brings over twenty years experience working with startups in different capacities including biomedical research. Venture capital technology transfer operations and more in. Her interest is leaning startups. It really stems from ortho. Cell technologies a medical device company. She co founded in two thousand five obviously is passionate about making healthcare. Better hydrocephalus is what she's tackling with radios and you'll learn a little bit more about what they're doing at that company through annalisa so i wanna just start off by thanking both of you for being with us today. Thank you for having a saw It's great to be back on the outcomes rocket and it gets some time with you as always so. Let's check guys. It was a long run. We were together in february. In fact paul annalisa like we were in the same room. We recorded some interviews. It was fun. The energy was high and here. We are in october. And you know it's eight months later. The contest is over. Why don't you give us a summary of what happened paul. And some highlights and then we could lead into annalisa and and some of her insights sure yet. Thanks saw i mean. It's hard to believe that was eight months ago in some ways it seems like two months ago in some ways it seems like three years ago all the events the pandemic and everything. It's been happening since then. We are fortunate to be there in chicago or in person right before things got bad with covid and we had to go fully virtual on rested at road tour. So yeah what's happened to between we went through the process of evaluating over a thousand companies meeting with a couple of hundred person. We then move onto an incredibly fruitful. But you know challenging in many ways program where we do what we do every year arena. We find all this incredible companies. We partner them up with some of the leading strategic and providers and other people in our industry as mentors and advisors and we run this program that we typically do. We've been doing now for six years as a virtual accelerator but we depend on a lot of big in person events as well so that one february is one of the last ones that we got to do this year in person and we had to do everything else virtually but when incredibly well we selected fifty companies in our main program who were part of the primary toward and then we had another twelve companies on top of that that were just part of pediatric. Track for fifteen companies total that were part of the pediatric program and we had another twenty companies in asia pacific so Running a lot of stuff A lot of programs. And it's literally nonstop. Since i you in bed worry. Having taken a break there's the notifications has been no arrest. I haven't been reorganized and finally get vacation though. I mean it's over right or well. No i Was the first weekend actually kind of rest. A little bit still running that asia-pacific program that runs for another month until it's finals and we saw value competition coming up value word during midtech strategist conference in november. So we had a lot more to do still an. We're opening up applications for mid second beater. But i guess the last thing. I'll say when and we can dig into some more details that we've managed to pull it all off we slough some radical companies. Who just blew us away this year. Not only as they always do with their technology in their teams more passion and the way in which they're coming things being able to do that during a pandemic was kind of clean boggling. At how well these dumpings are executing you know no one is like hanging up their shingle and saying well and to go Go to start a farm or something. During the pandemic everybody is just executing and finding creative ways to do that and some have been accelerated as a result. So it's been tremendous were thrilled. I wish i could say it was time for vacation but i'll get one eventually. That's awesome man. I mean to work through the pandemic and in february i mean none of this pandemic was even in sight. I mean at least for me. I was like we were running. We were having a great time over there. Shaking hands and hugging. It wasn't until right. It was only a couple of weeks later that it's right like looking getting a little wider. What we're staying here and starting to look at each other going to keep doing this stuff you know in person. I remember the very beginning of march. We had another event at ucla and And people were that event. We're gonna look around going like. Is this totally separate. One of our partners didn't come to that event because they said that their corporate headquarters at stop travel and we thought that was really strange. Where like you can't fly from san jose to l. a. This is crazy by a week later. Like i was doing so the big one was when hams cancelled. Yeah oh wow. That was the real.

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Trump officials discuss vaccine rollout as criticism mounts

America's First News

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Trump officials discuss vaccine rollout as criticism mounts

"Warp Speed officials are accepting criticism that the vaccine rollout hasn't gone as planned, with the program's chief advisor, acknowledging it should be better at the Trump administration expected to administer 20 million doses of vaccine by the end of December. So far, just two million shots have been given, according to the New York Times chief advisor to Operation warp speed months of Slough an Army general Gustav Pernas, citing multiple factors behind the delay, as they addressed reporters on Wednesday.

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Saudi women's rights activist sentenced to prison

All Things Considered

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Saudi women's rights activist sentenced to prison

"Saudi Terrorism Court has sentenced a leading women's rights activist Nearly six years in prison. MPR's Jackie Northam reports New Jane L. Has Lulu led the charge to allow women to drive in Saudi Arabia. But just weeks before the driving ban was lifted in the spring of 2018. She and several other female activists were arrested. Slew was convicted, among other things, of agitating for change and pursuing a foreign agenda. But human rights groups say the Saudi government is trying to quash to send has little sister Lena says a reduced sentence and time served me She may be out of prison in less than three months. Incoming national security advisor Jake Sullivan tweeted That has sloughs conviction was unjust in troubling and that the Biden administration will stand up against human rights violations.

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"slough" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"slough" Discussed on KOMO

"Early as next week. Operation Warp speeds. Doctor Moncef Slowey 20 million. Those will be delivered by the end of the month on by think that's three. Excellent. Next in line, another possible vaccine produced by Johnson and Johnson. Tomorrow we will close recruitment in the face retrial with about 43 to 44,000 subjects hope that that vaccine the first, which would require just a single dose would be available early next year. Dave Packer ABC News Dr Slough, He says too few people are being treated with the same experimental covert cocktail therapy. President Trump got and more should get it, though Experts say it is effective for people primarily in early stages. The virus who are older and generally not in the hospital, with Kobe cases and deaths, soaring hospitals filling Los Angeles County health director Barbara for Air is pleading with people to wear face masks and stay home. We're experiencing an explosive and very deadly surge, and there's urgency in our requests that everyone do all that's in their power. Slow transmission and prevent additional suffering. California reported a record high of over 53,000 new cases today, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, nine other attorneys general suing Google, accusing it of any competitive conduct and online advertising. Google calls that meritless Big snow Storm has moved into the Northeast, where some areas could see anywhere from 1 to 2 Ft. Of snow. The good thing about this storm is the bulk of it is happening when people are already home and in bed. That's a beautiful thing. You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed The comb. Oh, afternoon.

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When will Americans actually get the Covid vaccine?

C-SPAN Programming

02:54 min | 1 year ago

When will Americans actually get the Covid vaccine?

"Different timelines from two different officials working on the pandemic for when regular healthy Americans can go into sort of the local pharmacy. Get the vaccine like you might get a flu shot secretary. A czar said. It looked like late February early March months have sloughed who has operation works? Speed said It really looks like May June. Where on that spectrum, is it really you know, we don't know for sure, but it's somewhere. You know, I was just gonna say Halle that Had you not shown those two comments from the secretary and from one step slow. We had been saying somewhere at the end of the march beginning of April, you know it really is going to depend on the efficiency of the roll out the number of people that actually come forth the advisory committee. An immunization practices together with the CDC is going to put out and has already put out Priority list. The first priority list is what you're seeing on the screen, frontline health care providers as well as people in nursing homes and those who are caring for them a nursing homes. Then you go to the next level, which would be essential personnel in society, then the elderly and people with underlying conditions depending upon how efficiently we get them through. It's going to be anywhere within the bracket that you heard from the secretary of Amon Seth. I had been saying by my calculation sometime by the end of March, the beginning of April that the normal, healthy man and woman in the street who has no underlying conditions would likely get it at the end of the day. The real bottom line is when do you get the majority? The overwhelming majority of the population vaccinated so you can get that umbrella of herd immunity, and I believe if we're Fishing about it, and we convince people to get vaccinated. We can accomplish that by the end of the second quarter of 2021, namely by the end of the late spring early summer. I believe we can get there by then, so that by the time we get into the fall, we can start approaching some degree of relief where the level of infection will be so low in society. We can start to do essentially approaching some form of normality. Dr Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases with MSNBC's Hallie Jackson. Dr Fauci says he expects he'll be getting vaccinated very soon. He also plans to do it publicly, hoping to inspire other people to feel more comfortable getting vaccinated. Also fired your CEO Albert Birla is telling CNN that the US is pushing to get more doses of the visor vaccine in the second quarter of 2021, but no agreements. Have been signed. And even as the vaccine rollout begins, experts still encouraging Americans to continue practicing social distancing in mask wearing and other precautions. And now to the Electoral

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"slough" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"slough" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of U. S government computer networks, including those of the Treasury and Commerce departments. NPR's Greg my re reports U. S. Cyber security officials say they're now trying to determine the full extent of the damage. Russia's foreign intelligence services scene is the likely culprit for the hack. That's apparently been ongoing for months, but was only recently uncovered by U. S authorities, according to media reports. Cyber security officials at the Department of Homeland Security, said quote. We have been working closely with our agency partners regarding recently discovered activity on government networks. Email systems at the Treasury and Commerce departments were breached. According to the reports. Thean vesting Gatien is now checking on other government agencies to see if they were also victimized. Greg My RE NPR NEWS Washington A top White House adviser, says 100 million people in the U. S. Could be vaccinated against the coronavirus. By the end of March, NPR's Joel Rose reports. The first doses are now being shipped the hospitals around the country. Workers at a Fizer warehouse in Michigan Applaud as the first batches of covert 19 vaccine are loaded onto trucks. The first people expected to get the shots will be medical workers and nursing home residents. Doctor Moncef Slough. He is the chief advisor Toe Operation Warp speed the U. S vaccine distribution effort. He told Fox News that the U. S. Expects to immunize 100 million people by the first quarter of next year. It jeez, is critical. That most of the American people decide and except to take the vaccine. We are very concerned by the hesitancy that we see the level of hesitancy that we see the level of hesitancy. That Slough, he says,.

F.D.A. Clears Pfizer Vaccine, and Millions of Doses Will Be Shipped Right Away

5 Things

02:12 min | 1 year ago

F.D.A. Clears Pfizer Vaccine, and Millions of Doses Will Be Shipped Right Away

"Food and drug administration has authorized the first covid nineteen vaccine in the united states. The vaccine developed by pfizer and its german partner bio tech appears to be very safe and effective. The authorization is for people aged. Sixteen and older man could mark the beginning of the end to america's covid nineteen nightmare. First americans could be vaccinated as early as monday with some two point. Nine million frontline healthcare workers and nursing home residents expected to receive it in the first few days. A medical writer. Lauren near guard has more. It enjoyed administration authorized. Emergency use of the nation's first covid nineteen vaccine late on friday night. What that means is it sets the stage for what will become the nation's largest vaccination effort it will take a while for the first shots to roll out there will be a scarce supplies and initial doses will be rationed personal healthcare workers and her him residents and staff other groups such as other essential workers and people who are are at particularly high risk from the corona virus such as adults and people with underlying will come next. It will be probably at least spring before there isn't enough vaccine for the general population. There are several other vaccines in the pipeline. And the next one that the fda will consider is by madonna and the national institutes of health. And that one is up for decision in about another week. If both of those vaccines are able to be used The hope is that about twenty million. Americans could be vaccinated by the end of december. And then as you move into january and february of few you know that that number gets a little bit larger each month until spring when there it is hoped that there will be additional vaccines available and enough for the general population monsef slough we an immunologist and retired pharmaceutical executive. Who helped to lead. The government's vaccine development effort said quote today is truly a historic event for humanity as a whole on quote

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Biden transition to receive defense intelligence briefings on Monday

Democracy Now! Audio

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Biden transition to receive defense intelligence briefings on Monday

"Joe. Biden's team will start receiving intelligence briefings from the pentagon starting today as the presidential transition gets further underway. Biden is also set to meet for the first time with the white house. Chief vaccine adviser monsef slough this

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Bahrain Grand Prix race review

The Autosport Podcast

07:23 min | 1 year ago

Bahrain Grand Prix race review

"Wants twenty. Twenty borrowing took place today in sakir circuit. There's max stop into the win but the race was really overshadowed by a horrifying crash. Perhaps driver rugova. We survived his car bursting into flames of being sentenced barriers on that one following contact with alfred driver via the race was red flagged immediately after the accident and thankfully it soon emerged that grows have been able to escape. The inferno is being treated by the f. as medical crew. You played a vital part. And he's escape from the fire. Gordon was taken to the track's medical center and was then airlifted hospital from which he was assessed to suffered no broken bones but does have burns to his hands and ankles goes without saying we wish him well in his recovery and express our sincere relief at seeing him survived the accident after delay of one hour and twenty minutes is the barriers were repaired actually replace concrete blocks the race restarted with another great start. Concern was able to regain easily lead away things quickly. Boil down to a two horse race between the mercedes driver. Invest happen with how it's appearing to have things under control. The second stint was the biggest moment of danger of hamilton match. Step up in space on the hearts or looking after he'd softer mediums. They both ended up on the hard after their second stops after which for stopping closed in despite his own stop being a slow one but he never got within three seconds of the mercedes driver up from rebel in fact opted to pit the doctrine for a third time. Giving you had a large gap in hand over sergio perez behind peres was in third of the voucher tacit made a poor start and slipped backwards at town one which had paid to spark a series of smaller incidents that ended later crash which is of course not to say that there was any blame any of them peres done a fine job to run alex album in the second way boat and he looked set for a second successive podium until his engine let go with four laps remaining the race therefore finished under safety car hamilton. Taking his eleventh win of the campaign album completed the podium so joining me to discuss all of that and more tonight motorsport dot dotcoms f. one editor noble or tie sports. Fm reporter leaks and keep racing's executive editor. Stuart coddling now is gonna come to you first because you and i were in pretty constant throughout the early stages of that racist so trying to piece together what was going on once. We need that. Romain grosjean was all right. We try not. That's make sure. I raced on facebook dot com dot com accuracy. Accurate as it could be when it comes. I just just if you don't mind you could. You could talk us through the first thought and ended up the crash at the end of it. I could almost look through a transcript of whatsapp messages. Couldn't i is Yeah it wasn't very pleasant work actually a a not particularly nice to at the time given that we began the price s Before we knew what happens actually to out and before we okay we were starting to pick over some of the details leading up to the accident and and like you say it's it's one of those shunts is an accumulation of snow events and people doing things that builds towards a conclusion and and it does start with valerie. Batas having a slough guess away. He seemed to get away. When the lights went out he go to wipe perfectly well but then in the second phase acceleration not so much He wasn't the person off. Com was slough away was passed by morrison and gas lay album perez and then ricardo got passed batas. And that just meant that. You had this situation wearing bahrain. Three calls can go through taiwan abreast. Really won't you can get through ten to breast so that that's an. That's a natural funnel point that sort of vestibule between two warm an intern take so so you had basically people sorting things out with each other just just looking at my notes this squeezes all the way down the field and so i you have lewis getting a clean gas away. The stepan going through as well and then album sort of makes it stick and get through and you have ricardo an album sort of alongside each other and sorting out between themselves. That causes potus to slightly cheque's pace. Maybe a little bit through through turn to and then further back you have squeezes. You have leclerc veterans stroll who are also three abreast through san juan clerk. Poor gas away and then sent for a deeply into turn one see. Have an awful lot of people who are trying to make up ground. Having got a poor start so you have the situation where bats seems to be a little bit. As as album gets ahead of riccardo norris taps ghastly science has to get out of the throttle to avoid that squeeze with with with having to check up ahead of him vattel. Who's then arriving. Kind of three abreast with strollers rights. The clerk and his right has to check very hard to avoid running into the back of what's ahead of him. Hey jinx right stroll goes rights and then creates a scenario where. There's a lot of slow moving traffic and grow. John arrives at that scene. Say's all those costs loving ahead. You have reichen going off track on the left in an attempt to go around the so the slow moving cars and i think garage unnaturally in the heat of the moment goes to the right May be of either forgetting or not observing the caveat. He's five o'clock almost an caveat sunny there because he's been in a squeeze with with the alfa romeo's he's been slide down because he's had pretty much guy over the apex turn to avoid clunking into magnusson. If if if my notes reflect this accurately so all circumstances kind of build into into what we saw happen of very very fiery accident and one that was very scary indeed it was becomes. Talk about the really terrifying. The copying on fire grudge having to escape the inferno league. I wonder if we could just come to you. What is the latest information. We have at the time of recording about jones conditioning hospital so gross on as seen on the world fit. He was transported from the Initially exciting the medical card in the ambulance and the medical center and he was quick. They were quick to report that he had some burns to his hands and his ankles and then reports that he was being taken to the barring military hospital with suspected broken ribs and they've been conducted all of the x rays and all the checks her quiet out those to the east number bones which is really good news and the diagnosed that come back with the burns to the back of his hand. Side of c will require treatment. He's gonna remain sel overnights. They can complete treatment and Keep them on vacation base. Leads sure everything is okay. But remind he's in good spirits. He spoke to consign. He spoke to his family on the phone as well and then he also put a video up on instagram. A couple of hours ago which was really really good. say any. i'm okay and he was like well. No convenient okay. And then showed his hands. Which kind of in these white gloves to the cough to them and seemed very chipper in very good spirits

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Moderna: Covid vaccine shows nearly 95% protection

CNBC's Fast Money

03:45 min | 1 year ago

Moderna: Covid vaccine shows nearly 95% protection

"While the bar very high for madonna coming into this week after five ninety percent efficacy result for its vaccine last week. The dern meant that far ninety four and a half percent advocacy shown its phase three trial at that interim look now. They saw no significant safety issues in the trial and they said they were going to seek the fda's emergency use authorization within the coming weeks now. We just talked with. Dr mon sat slough. Who's been leading the vaccine and drug development as part of operation warp speed about the significance of this moment to vaccines in a row. This high level of efficacy. Here's what he said. It is an extraordinary outcome. Frankly to have two different vaccines tested in different conditions. By two different companies developed independently yield very similar outcomes gives a huge confidence into the data obtained and really suggest that the ninety percent and more efficacy is is true and real but of course melissa as we're getting this extremely good news it comes at a time in the pandemic never been seeing more daily cases We're seeing one hundred and forty thousand a day on average right now and we're seeing more and more people go into the hospitals. Well currently sixty nine thousand people hospitalized with covid nineteen. The numbers of deaths in the united states have started increases. Well now we're at a seven day average but seven hundred deaths per day and most of public health. Experts are very worried about next week when a lot of folks are set to travel and get together around the thanksgiving holiday so monsef slowly saying these vaccines are showing great results but until we get them. We get enough for everybody which we early to mid next year. We need to show resilience right now. Well i don't think there's a coincidence. Seeing the spike a couple of weeks after halloween they probably happened because of parties etc gatherings but but megan terms of the differences between the vaccines and the trials. Themselves was moved his trial. Did it include a broader sample of people in terms of older people. More racially diverse. They made a big big effort to include more racially diverse populations. They certainly did. And even at one point said that they were slowing their enrollment in the trials to make sure that they included people of diverse backgrounds and particularly people who because of their their jobs are more at risk of getting the disease but both companies made a big effort to enroll diverse populations and older populations. We didn't get to see the data on pfizer's yet in older people and people of diverse backgrounds dern did present some data there. We don't have enough to make strong conclusions but it did suggest with only five infections in the entire trial and more people who are over sixty-five or had diverse backgrounds who were among those who got infected in the trial suggested there only sorry five on on the vaccine who who got infected so anyway. The split indicates it's probably protective across groups. Yeah and for for moderna men. There were other drugs in the pipeline for that company based on this technology. Correct so i would imagine that. This is giving investors more hope that the other parts of their franchise are actually going to work. Yeah the dern has been around for ten years and they've been working on many different vaccines and other therapeutic areas but this one just of course leapfrogged everything else and made them a commercial company if they get. Fda's go ahead later this year so much sooner than they expected and so they've got vaccines for other diseases. They're starting to work on flu. And so this is very validating and they see this as of course a huge day for the company in addition to this huge day in trying to stop this

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"slough" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"slough" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Thank you, Mr President for providing the leadership that's gotten us where we are today. The success that operation worked. Speed is realized so far has been made possible only because of the bold vision you announced. Not even six months ago, right here in the Rose Garden. Highlight three of the remarkable accomplishments we've seen. Just this week, First five were announced very promising data on its vaccine candidate. Second, Eli Second, the FDA authorized and we had begun to distribute and administer Eli Lilly's monoclonal antibody help Americans at risk for serious disease. Stay out of the hospital. Third, another vaccine company, Madonna announced that it's reached a critical clinical trial milestone meeting. We may see data from them within days. Back in the spring, We were told by all of the experts that a vaccine was a year or year and a half away. And the announcements I just highlighted would have been unthinkable. The president said. That's not acceptable. And thanks to the support he's provided. We're now on track to deliver a safe and effective vaccine to our most vulnerable this year. As I worked with the president to assemble this team and organized this effort. His support was indispensable at each step of the way we went out and found the very best people on the planet to do the job. Who you just talked with. Dr Slough we the world's most successful vaccine developer general purdah, one of the world's most qualified logistics leaders. When I first talked to Dr Slough we in general pern about our goals and recruited them to this effort. We dreamed of being at the point. We're at today on track to achieve the incredibly ambitious goal we set together. The president gave us the full financial support we needed, enabling us to invest more than $10 billion to de risk vaccine companies, development efforts and manufacture product in advance. Our completely unprecedented partnership with the Defense Department has given us a comprehensive public private plan for distribution and helped each operation warp speed vaccine maker secure what they needed for manufacturing. Including Fizer ongoing production this week. Operation Warp speed has always had one goal saving lives. The president has given Ow s the independence. It needs to achieve that goal and ensure that we're following the procedures that Americans expect for any medical product they take at every step, ensuring patient safety has been our top priority. This process has been driven solely by science and data. So it's a shame that some one example being the governor of New York have actually injected politics into the process and suggested the possibility of intentionally delaying access to an FDA authorized vaccine, which is simply unconscionable. Because the president has delivered the full funding. We need the best people on the planet and real independence for this project operation Warp Speed is doing something that's never been done before in history. This success means there is light at the end of the tunnel. Right now is not the time to let our guard down. We continue to encourage Americans to follow the three ws. Wash your hands. Watch your distance. Wear a mask. When you can't watch your distance and avoid settings where you can't do those things. Because of the incredible American spirit because of what great scientists and public servants and innovators have done through operation Warp speed. We have such a bright future ahead of us If we continue to protect ourselves, our families and our communities that I firmly believe that future will be here very soon. Thank you, Mr President for making that very bright future possible for the American people. Thank you. Mike Pence, please. Listening to a press conference from the White House. Mike Pence will take the podium. Thank you, Mr President and on behalf of the White House Coronavirus Task force. Grateful to just have a few minutes today to commend the team of Operation Warp speed. It was your vision that we could harness the ingenuity and the creativity. Of America's greatest pharmaceutical and research companies to speed in record time, a vaccine that would save American lives. You told the American people that we would have a vaccine before the end of the year and Some scoffed at that time table. But I could tell you, the team on Operation works Speed. Didn't these great research companies didn't And as you've articulated here, Mr President? The American people can be comforted with all the news this week. Help is on the way that literally pending FDA approval of the Fizer vaccine and perhaps very soon Another vaccine that will be submitted by Madonna and even other companies that Before the year is out. We'll be able to administer of actually into tens of millions of Americans that you've said Mr President, beginning with those most vulnerable, beginning with our seniors. All across this country, beginning with our health care workers and first responders at the point of the need. It is an unprecedented medical mobilization, the greatest in the history of our country. I join you in commending this team. Let me also say, Mr President that the White House coronavirus task Force will be meeting with our nation's governors in our regular conference call this Monday will be reviewing with them the progress on the development of a vaccine our plans for distribution. But we'll also be reviewing each and every state specific plans for distributing the vaccine continue to urge governors who have those plans developed and prepared And ready for immediate implementation. And finally, Mr President, as we see cases rising around the country as we see hospitalization, civilizations rising around the country, I want to encourage the American people with the news that as we have done from the very beginning, we're going to continue to move heaven and earth. To make sure that your family has access to the level of health care that we want any one of our members of our family to have. Spoke to FEMA today. And as we heard reported at our last task force meetings, president We're receiving requests from states for PPE for personnel, but we're meeting all of those requests. According to our team on the ground. We continue to believe that we'll be able to meet the request for PPE and equipment, both from the strategic national stockpile, also from the commercial market. To make sure that those needs are all met. The American people can also be confident because of the system that you established that since this past July, were actually able to track PPE gowns and gloves and 95, Mass on the hospital.

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Amid Pandemic, Airlines Forge a New Survival Metric: Daily Cash Burn

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:11 min | 2 years ago

Amid Pandemic, Airlines Forge a New Survival Metric: Daily Cash Burn

"Tomorrow and the days to follow. We'll bring a peek inside the books of the Big Airlines Delta United American and southwest will report earnings and there's a phrase you will undoubtedly here around as they detail how they are getting through the pandemic cash burn. And among the many questions we have is how long can you burn cash when there is so very little of it coming in we as marketplace's into your to explain. A company's cash burn rate measures how quickly IT spending its financial reserves the International Air Transport Association says. Airlines will burn through more than seventy seven, billion dollars during the second half of this year Brian Pierces that group chief economist most companies particularly, airlines just don't have revenues coming in, but they can't get rid of all of their cost at the moment. So they are running down there cash balances. In the bank they opening cash at a rate of many millions of day last quarter. Delta. Reported a daily burn rate of twenty, seven million dollars but I just found out that airlines calculate cash burn differently. Yeah. That was news to me as well. Read Snyder runs the airline industry blog cranky flier as figured casper and it's okay we had this much cash. Now we have this much cash but no. They're all kinds of little carve-outs in in differences between the airlines whether an airline includes principal payments or debt service payments in their cash burn will tell a different story to investors but no matter how the numbers calculated unrelenting cash burn means more debt former airline executive and industry analyst Robert Man puts it this way you go to the red to place by a bunch of furniture and burden. Slough to pay for it ultimately, but you brought it expenses don't go away just because people aren't flying but jack her shoe follows distress businesses for SNP global market intelligence says the airlines are in better shape than they're letting on. They've got almost uniformly more than a year and some cases more than two years of running room with cash as it currently stands in the balance sheet before they end up in trouble because before the pandemic hit, the industry was making enough cash to burn.

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A$AP Ferg Interview

Toure Show

06:58 min | 2 years ago

A$AP Ferg Interview

"Plain Jane. Is a monster song. Thank you and I wanna hear about writing it making it is multiple take. So you punching in You know and it's an interesting vibe to it because you talk about family talk about pain and trauma but you also talk about hanging out having fun a lot of in the choruses. Crazy. Thank you. I love the fact that you broke down everything I talked about because I feel like playing Jane. People love it. I don't know if everybody knows why they love it all like if they can pull out those parts, the trauma, the the cookouts that you that we used to have to dodge gunshots and You. Know me going allow barrier for the first time and come back and feeling like I had to do more from our community Irma's link official village in our Beria that came from me spend like one hundred thousand dollars on a chain with Ben Abimbola and then going to. Liberia Sei starving kids is out there announced I came back. I wanted to give all my jury away and I was like man like a link can literally feed village area and I'll give some money to them. I was gone out there to put uniforms on kids 'cause out there like they can't. Go to school without uniforms. So going out there and put uniforms on the kids. was with. This. Brand, called uniform okay. Chit Liberty. Is My partner's name that he started his brand because when the Ebola outbreak happened out there in Liberia a lot of people were scared the by product out there. So he had a lot of materials and things like that. So he brought a factory a All of these women that an average jobs and things like that. To make uniforms out of these materials and he will use autism has influences and and just influence period to collaborate with to sell clothing. And partner. Rela. Bloomingdale's so that's what. I did I basically partnered up with him and Bloomingdales to make a line with some material. I designed a line with trap Lord and uniform. We sold it. The money went towards putting some of the money went towards putting the uniform on kids. Wow. Yeah. I WANNA talk about design because I know you're into that to like. Talk about making this record. So Plain Jane did was the beat I wrote in the studio or so I'll listen to juicy j slob on my knob like on on a cop I was in La and me and my uncle was just listening to the radio and it just came on and I'm like Yo this song is amazing like it hit me is like I had a perfectly like. Nobody did this song over? And I'm like, why doesn't this happen in the song? Check me and everybody screams I mean the whole song is like a hook. Really off bridge is sold sticky is to start with the hook instead of a lot of people start with verse and into it. But when you start with it, that's the beyonce's loves to do that right but the song don't even have a hook. It just really does suck a NIGGA. dickerson. So that comes one time and then it's like back into the verse but I don't have enough. That's really a hook and juicy J. that's his first song. That, he put out a rope. Like, which is intriguing to me because that's a huge song. So Our Rights at a soon as I got to the hotel stuck in traffic. I. Had this idea GIS Brewing, in my head. To write to the Slough Manabi. And then I was like man I gotTa, make this shit new I gotta make it feel like young the young people got to own it. They gotta be anthem for the young people and I gotta say something I had so much to say on his record because I just came back from Africa I've been traveling the world and. I'm always got the New York state of mind but I'm like everywhere. I was like Yo and I wanted to get an underdog to going to be Saga Kirk night. Okay. Yeah. To Do to be over like elbow, I got a Bangor for us to do kirk is like. He's amazing like he's amazing I I can't think of anything else like genius. And I, feel like he doesn't get enough credit on people don't even know taking can goal with his music as musicality. So when I approached him I knew he will bring me different sonics in different sounds but also understanding bpm how important Edelweiss Susannah trump's and everything like that. And I the verge down and. I recorded the whole thing I didn't even put that for the. Recorded the whole thing on my apple on my computer. My laptop in a hotel. No the. Studio. Okay. The whole process of Mea Kirk working on it

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Sloths Slowly Cavort By Day Now

60-Second Science

03:44 min | 2 years ago

Sloths Slowly Cavort By Day Now

"Somewhere in this forest do here there are slumps. Those slots live in Brazil's Atlantic forest. If you're a tourist watching slots isn't that exciting but if you're a scientist, well, it's also not that exciting, but there's a big upside. and. So they actually great study animal. For the wild because you can click on a daydream giles field a biologist at the university. Of Notre, Dame who studies Circadian Rhythms I mean the the ecology work that I I used to do several years back in Bolivia was was focused on bird. Conservation voted? Cola Jian. You'd see some parrots and you make some notes and then they will go on even see them again for another twenty four hours but Duffield and colleagues now collect data on the Brown throated three toed sloth in the Atlantic Forest Duffield says, the slots can stay incite or even in the same tree for nearly twenty four hours. The animals are at rest anywhere from seventy five to ninety percent of the time. But they're coping with a damaged ecosystem. The suggestion is ninety eight percents of that. Forest is being depleted a lot of human disturbance as obviously roads cutting through these areas of the forest in and it means the population of Florida Florida's depleted according to New Research published in the journal Mammalian biology by Duffield and colleagues sloths are responding to that Habitat Disturbance by altering their biological rhythms. We started to say that the the SLAW SPA try merrily day active and that's encountering chew to from some of the literature on the species that we came across before. The suggested they showed Kacem neural activity, which is kind of neither day nor night just kind of across the whole board and a few studies It was totally nocturnal behavior. So this was kind of the opposite to to what we'd expected Duffield says there are few if any studies where researchers monitored slots over a full twenty, four hour period, this study did exactly that for twenty nine days because a lot of. Literature that we reviewed that associated with slow had examined only a partial twenty, four hours, and so there was some inferences about their activity profiles. The course of the time twenty, four hour period. So there was a bit of guests would duffield believes that because predators in the Atlantic forest are extinct and Slavs don't have to compete with other species for resources, they simply taken on a daytime or diurnal schedule the the. Light Doc Sonko with primary Q. and that's Kinda surprising that an animal could be nocturnal conditions. Dino. The other organisms may come along for the slow ride from the algae that live on S- laws for to the insects that live alongside the unhurried mammals. Duffield says it's not clear if the new schedule adopted by Sloughs in the Atlantic forests also affects these creatures not something. We'd love to examine the you know the. The locally system and the Associated Wilkins Winds Sloth APPs that changes readily changed that day tonight to the teenage, the survival strategies based to on the other, and so it may will be that that change or that association daytime is supposed to nine time Casa. Morality does change some of the Yoga. Assumes that associated with it Duffield's most important piece of equipment for this research may be a comfortable chair.

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Quim Torra, the president of the regional government of Catalonia, has officially been disqualified from office

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

06:33 min | 2 years ago

Quim Torra, the president of the regional government of Catalonia, has officially been disqualified from office

"Last November in the build up to a general election in Spain Kim Torah, the president of the Regional Government of Catalonia hung a banner on the building in which the government sits demanding the freedom of certain of his colleagues presently in prison or in exile, and what we are going to ask Mister Sanchez. Okay. Obviously and of repression to sit together in these table of negotiations with no conditions that means that we are going to put on. The table, these referendum, these right of Catalonia to self determination, and we want to ask Mr Scientific for the amnesty for our colleagues imprison this week. This act appears to have caused cream Torah his job Spain's Supreme Court has upheld a previous decision banning him from public office eighteen months a consequence of him disobeying an earlier court order to remove the poster which was held to violate election laws against displaying political materials in were indeed on public buildings. He was also fine. Thirty thousand euros treated to a judicial wigging for his quote stubborn blunt repeated and obstinate on quote refusal to do as he was told. Others naturally be afraid of these magistrates if the Supreme Court would decide whether to disqualify democratic and legitimate president for having defended freedom of expression justice prisoners, coalitions, and the return of the exiles these traits today have in their hands. Something much more important than my political futures wanted. Not For any banner. But for banner that defended the fundamental rights denied I mean stylish kitchen. Inevitably given the nature of populist nationalist movements of the tight which Mr Tara leads he and his supporters will regard this damnation as a ringing endorsement. The practical upshot of this decision is that Catalonia has a new acting president, vice president and Economy Minister Arrogance and the Embassy of Catalan independence have been stoked once again with potentially combustible consequences. For Listeners who've been sufficiently bewildered by recent global events that decathlon succession crisis feels like something that happened circa the battle of Salamanca as opposed to three years ago a brisk recap is possibly in order. In October, two thousand and seventeen, the procession regional government of Catalonia through a referendum on independence. This vote had already been declared illegitimate by Spain's national government ruled illegal by Spain's constitutional. Court. and was widely boycotted by pro unionists within Catalonia. What they are pushing is not democracy it's a mockery of democracy travesty of democracy. Referendum do not equal or do not equate democracy. The result was ninety percent in favor of independence but on a turnout of only forty three percent. Nevertheless on October twenty, seventh, two, thousand and Seventeen Catalonia's parliament. Independence Solutia. The COLOSIO Delta repetant parliamentary get rather sit down. Though in Punta. The worst Zimba. Spain's national government was unimpressed by this and accordingly sacked Catalonia's leaders dissolved its parliament and instituted direct rule from Madrid Catalonia's. Can Preach Demont and a few other putative architects of the Catalan nation skipped the country. Wisely, it turned out those who stayed were arrested and charged with treason several received hefty prison sentences including Catalan vice president, Auriol Carris, currently serving thirteen years. President preached amount remains in exile in Belgium from where he has managed to get elected to European Parliament as a representative of Spain Vice? President John Carey has also been elected to European Parliament although for obvious reasons is yet take his seat. Absolutely none of which has caused the idea of Catalan independence to go away at least not entirely though recent polls do suggest dwindling enthusiasm for the idea from nearly forty nine percent at the time of the referendum to perhaps forty two percent. Now, President Torre has strongly suggested that regional elections may be held early in two thousand, twenty one, which he is already framing as a choice as he puts it between democracy and freedom or repression and imposition. The, difficulty with this argument is that in the present dispensation, Catalonia is not short of either democracy or freedom. It is the richest part of what is by global standards a wealthy country. It enjoys considerable autonomy electing its own parliament flying signed flag, speaking its own language, controlling its own police and many of the public services, including schools and healthcare. The Catalan independence movement often looks and sounds less like some heroic struggle to slough off a brutal imperialist yoke. The net does populist insurrection like Brexit, another self indulgent tantrum thrown by the complacent citizens of a prosperous and orderly nation rebelling against some imaginary tyranny door is breaking. Independent United Kingdom. The difference of course is that Mr Torah his colleagues and supporters do have a case on the repression and imposition front as well. The referendum of two thousand and seventeen was a stunt which all, but begged Madrid to overreact and indeed. Did Not just in its heavy-handed persecutions of the independence movements, ringleaders. But in the ham-fisted response of the National Police and Guardia Civil, which left hundreds of pro-independence protestors injured and Spain's government looking like exactly the authoritarian overlords that Catalonia's government was accusing them of being. Versus the cycle of Grievance keeps turning in firing president. Torres Spain might be about to discover again the folly of punishing those who want to be punished.

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"slough" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

08:57 min | 2 years ago

"slough" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"slough" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

06:05 min | 2 years ago

"slough" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"slough" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"slough" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Will have limited access to the campus beginning Tuesday for counseling and other services another round of power shuttles could happen later in the week P. Jeannie could cut off power on Wednesday and Thursday as warm temperatures and gusty offshore winds enter the forecast again customers in thirty four counties across northern California could be left in the dark less than seven months after a white nationalist gunmen wounded him and killed one of his congregants the rabbi who leads a lot of power away is retiring rabbi Israel Goldstine is traveling the world delivering an upbeat message is the April synagogue shooting one of his sons the rabbi Mendel Goldstine is taking over leadership of the whole body that's the news I need HIM ago his Caltrans crews are currently shutting down the arena on ramp for emergency road work to northbound I. five they're looking to re open that Monday tomorrow at one PM also currently in progress the garden highway off ramp from north and southbound I. five that's the just the scheduled maintenance closed until overnight six AM one way traffic control takes place starting tomorrow Monday through Friday the entire week over the three mile slough Bray from nine to two thirty and same story for the real Mr bridge money through Friday seven PM overnight to six AM traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons news ninety three point one K. of BK for clear tonight low forty three to forty seven sunny and warm tomorrow high seventy five to seventy nine patchy clouds tomorrow night low forty eight to fifty two mostly sunny Tuesday high sixty eight to seventy.

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"slough" Discussed on Get Lost Life

Get Lost Life

12:54 min | 3 years ago

"slough" Discussed on Get Lost Life

"So I think that's would you say that's one of the biggest Slough. Absolutely. I mean and we. I think we both identified the same thing he was doing the same type of, you know, whether shopping for, you know, whatever new shoes, or whatever the case may be or you know, spoken Gars and lounges. And you know, things that I really liked him, but it became excessive, and then it was like, okay. Up still fill in the same way, you know. So absolutely in when you think about traveling. I mean you can paint that myth mental pitcher in your ear. Sometimes when you disclosure is, and you can picture pace a place almost, you know, to the T and in his just an a right away. Get some type of sense of happiness in just comes over you, you start you know, you don't want your smile in whether's outside or inside because you member to those moments and I think even before I could travel, even as far back as a young girl, I always feel like I traveled mentally, so anytime I was in a stressful situation or a position where I want to skate. I was always in my mind either traveling through book or traveling through my imagination. So I just think, you know, just the power of picturing yourself somewhere and in actually one day being able to be in that place is, you know beat. Thing as interesting said ex I, I was same type away when I was a kid. I mean, maybe not as reading as much, but definitely at a very active imagination, and, and really just trying to picture myself in different types of places even in some of those type of places it up come true. You know, some time lifing. It's, it's a it's pretty powerful, which mind can can imagine that young age. And we start giving that experience to younger people then, you know, you really start seeing some phenomenal fix into just the growth of an individual and how much more they appreciate other. You know, someone of finer things that a lot of overlook, you know. I think that's no good thing. That's always come out of it. Because you travel with some places and you see how others may be struggling a lot more than what we're doing even here and it makes you even more. Appreciate to the fact of what we do. Have, you know, sometimes we I think sometimes we get a little spoiled, and we, we forget about the blessings that we have in front of us and, you know, because we're looking at someone else's what we perceive as their happiness and thinking that maybe we're not achieving the same level. So, you know, I think there's, it also gives you something to look forward to, you know, when you're you have that something that you always, you know, you have a trip plan for few months down line. You know, when you're working doing day to day thing that you kind of tired of every mind, you wire doing it again. You know, so. So we talked a little bit about the intentional and purposeful. So I think, you know, the kicker here is that, you know, travel can help you escape, but you also need to be intentional about what you expect to get out of that. So having that reflection time in favoring out how to minimize that stressor because obviously, when you return back to, whatever it is, is still gonna be there. And if done right travel should enrich, your life, and kind of open your mind in a way that you begin to understand what's important in life, and for me, I started understanding like experiences or more important than actual, you know, material gratification. So in in Quincy was talking a little bit about how when you go somewhere. You know, you experience different things you kinda in a way our walk in and another taking their shoes. So walk in someone else's shoes in a kind of, you know, increases. Your cognitive ability because your brain is working. You're learning new things. You're learning cultures so it's been proven actually travel can also increase your mental brain health. Blew that one hundred percent just just from what I've experienced in what I've seen others experience life. And the same type of you know, just a just how their outlook is on, on, on life is usually seems to be different than people who don't, you know, try to get out and travel broad and see more things. And that's another thing too said, traveled abroad, but it's not always traveling abroad. You know, sometimes it's writing your your, your backyard, but it's somewhere different that you've never been. You've never explored. You know, some the there's so many different aspects of our, our, like our cultures in our cities, that a lot of, don't even take the time to take in every day, you know, sometimes you just need to be a tourist in your own area. And you know, we're not far from home, even, you know, it is even that still has that same type of impact. Yeah. A lot of people. Ask me all the time about how travel. Kinda. Helped us heal as well as how we travel as often as we do. And I think, you know, it goes two points, his point like this past weekend. You know, we an experienced in our own city. So we didn't have to travel anywhere to have that experience. We went to a surfing competition never life that I think I would ever go to surfing competition, but it was free all. Yeah, the do was, you know, drive over to the beach, sit there and watch it. And it was very enlightening actually. So I think you know the thing is just do have experiences. And also, you know you can plan smaller away. So what we typically, like the do is we like to have one to two larger trips a year. And then, you know, sprinkled these smaller trips throughout the year because we know during certain periods we're going to be stressed or when we have a threat show. So no, your threshold. We know the to the three month. Mark is going to be time to, you know, invest in ourselves care. So. So at that point is when we usually start to, you know try to plan like a weekend get away. And I think it's also been very beneficial to us since we moved to California, because there are a lot of places and driving distance that we can explore an experience without having to get on the plane. So you know that saves us money just being able to drive somewhere for the weekend. Get a couple of days and kind of decompress and then combat so is not always about big and grand. Trid is still small, you know, stolen moments that you find that kind of help you to relieve stress as well. So if you can kinda plan your life and that way, where you actually plan moments of self care because as much as we try on a daily basis, I think is not enough. So we have to just find moments throughout the year where we take time out. We'll say we'll soon. I mean you hit it right on point in the funny thing. Is that, like, we, we, we're having these this as we're having this conversation, you know, I'm just thinking about how so in line, we are with some of the stuff that, you know, we don't even we don't really have to even talk about win win at moment happened. We realized that this became important factor of our lives, you know. And it came over the other things, you know, that's not even so, we're, we're having this conversation now. But in those interesting to me that we don't, don't think we really ever sit there and say, well, you know what? When I got burned out with us to around the same time, you know, and, and, or when we realized that the other things weren't fulfilling in our lives, you know, so, you know, I agree. But I think for me what made even more valuable for me. Traveling hilly was just. Watching someone else you loved experience something new. So whether it's been, you know, my trips Quincy or my troops with our kids. It's just amazing feeling that not only are you experiencing something brand new but to actually watch it through someone else's eyes because, you know, I may Bill certain type away about something and someone else experiences completely different. So within those moments we can also kinda converse. In say you know what do think about today, how to go and, you know, just those moments of reflection and relaxation as well, as you know, watching, and walk in someone else's shoes, seeing them experienced something for the first time. I think that was kind of really like hit home with me as well, when we're especially like South Africa. You know, deceit how everyone else's reactions were different to experience in what they kinda got out of it, and what, what parts of they like more, you know, they didn't like so I always find a lot of enjoyment as we'll see another people's how other people are receiving the same experience. But I read article today and put it into perfect worries. And I shared it with Quincy in talked about how experiences are bigger part of you than material, things sell an it's just talks about how your travel experience are, are or become a part of who you are. And for me the way I kinda translated that is through travel. I have become more empathetic. It goes back to Quincy were saying when he. He said that, you know, when you experience other people cultures you become more humble and more aware of situations around the world. And, you know, your problems at home seem very minute to the things that other people are experiences. And I think it made me more pathetic as individual to travel around the world and just see how individuals are living in, you know, have a more grateful heart on a daily basis. I know when I'm saying my prayers are always say, you know, thank God for small things like water, and, you know, just, you know, the simple things that some people don't get when we traveled to the country on me, you look at it was going on places like flinton. So. Right. You know, absolutely. Not even even the, you know, bare essentials to have clean water. You know, those are things that most of us take for granted every day. And we think of it as third world problem. But in reality, it's. Even a local problem, you know. But so but without being there to experience that influenced, you know. Yeah, we have the or other places that has been the same thing you know, had you been through there. Maybe you might know. But obviously we have news to keep us abreast of these types of news situations. But, you know, it, it definitely gives you a new understanding appreciation different cultures different religions, you know, at necessities you, you really start to if you already don't accept all people really easy. It makes much more easier for you to accept people's differences and not be judgmental towards that. Yeah. And also, I think one of the other reasons why travel has been filling as it has been for us is, especially during those trips, where we were like forced to disconnect. I think about Thailand, we were kinda forced because there wasn't good wifi service. You know, was back then when, you know you had to pay for every call in tex- nowadays, someone that's free internationally. So we were kinda forced in like to Cuba as well. And so I noticed in those moments where we're kind of forced to disconnect because it's hard to do in this day and age where you can access everything so quickly through technology to actually force yourself to turn a phone off and I think that's important. But sometimes at least longtime ago for us, we both used to bring work with us, and now we're very intentional about not being worked. But now own business, and I think one of my fears of okay is this, my purpose? Is this what I'm supposed to be doing? And if so. How do I keep it a place of peace in place, a happiness when it becomes work? And so I think that our current struggle because, you know, we can't always just disconnect..

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"slough" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"slough" Discussed on KOMO

"KOMO news via part of your weekend. Good timing to is you're looking maybe for something to do today. We've always got a good friend. Ryan about now on Saturdays and aim stand orchard to help us out with some fun at the Pacific science center. Good morning. Stan. How are you this week? I'm doing great, Mark. Good morning. Yeah. You want to plan for things to do in the spring and summer, and we've got a great idea for you. I was looking this summer hikes at the Slough, tell us about this, Dan. Science. What we call night walks at Mercer Slough these hikes around that huge nature park in the heart of Bellevue, they run in the fall. And winter when it's dark in the evening, you get to learn how the creatures in the plants that call the Slough home live when it's dark out and most of us humans are indoors. But now now we're going to go in the opposite direction are now gearing up for what we call our summer heights series at Mercer Slough. And I'm like the night walks at the Slough. These are daytime folks can sign up for one event or they can sign up for the whole summer, and they'll either get one events worth of knowledge or they can build on that knowledge if they sign up for the whole summer school programs and site supervisor at the slow she says these hikes come in two flavors. One of them is nature journaling, and you can build on your nature journaling skills throughout the summer on the second one is ethnic botany. So you'll start out learning about the history of the Slough, then you'll learn about plant identification edible plants, and they'll put it all together for one ethnobotanist hike at the end. And what kinds of things will you learn on these summer hikes plants, we have thimble, berry blackberry. Blueberry will learn about how skunk cabbage and snow barrier? Not edible learn about how to identify all of those plants one of our hikes learn about how folks have been using those plants throughout history cultural uses of these plants and for the bidding Charles Darwin like nature explorers in your family for nature journaling, you'll learn importance of keeping nature journal throughout.

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"slough" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

08:29 min | 3 years ago

"slough" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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"slough" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:12 min | 3 years ago

"slough" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"So you touched on that a little bit earlier for how you got into this entrepreneurial endeavor. But really what's the idea in the inspiration? Has I've loved that. Thank you for asking. Well, heart rise arise fans for. It's an acronym for radian integral stole energy. So it's like plugging into the power, quite literally of your heart. And what I found in my journey as an entrepreneur as a creative as someone who has always curious and connecting with many people and traveling world and living abroad and having different companies and consulting collectively business real Slough. It current that exists amongst all of us beyond boundaries beyond corporate environments in all different ways. We just Thursday. There is a synergy that connect says, and so heart rise, I found it the heart was really a very powerful way to plug into that. And so working even as a coach for years that I have and essentially as still do. But now, I do it in a bigger scale with thicker communities and companies was that how do we bring it back to that energetic wisdom, which is really what the high-rise? Practices about it's bugging into that energy source that power source and with that you can guide you can lead. You can cooperate collaborate. You can create a simple, very modern method. It's four simple steps, you know. So it's really easy to practice. You can do it on this live something triggers you or for going in for a big presentation or you wanna have a big I like to call them heart storm sessions these creative sessions where you're really visiting into something. So it can really support you in a practical way in a modern. Well, yeah. And obviously s being a business show for entrepreneurs really really help culture the connection between employee is collaboration creativity. A lot of benefit spare. So is it something where you could share the four steps. So the course super simple steps are the first one with heart vision. I see what you're doing is you're witnessing. So as you were saying before like we were talking about fear or whatever might creep up as an entrepreneur as a creative if they're coming up with a new idea. Our you're visiting out a new, you know, the different phases are the end of the year ahead, and whatever that may be the first step is with her vision. I see so you're witnessing. What's there? So whether it's something you're calling in or something or releasing or wanting to get rid of a block or fear, you're witnessing. So the first step is with our vision. I see you're becoming energetically aware through the heart. I'm simplifying the second step is with her focus. I feel so we're actually letting the ceilings breathe rather than containing and contracting them because one of the reasons fear and all of that becomes so prevalent is holding so much inside. So it's back contracted energy. When we feel truly heal through seeing move the energy. And then it doesn't have it. Hold on. So as entrepreneurs as powerhouses you wanna let that energy move. So just by feeling you don't need to analyze it. In over it and get doubtful about it and dubious and stressed out and anxious. You just feel it says second step is dealing with our focus. I feel third step with art knowing which is strengthening the heart. I spree. So that's where as an entrepreneur that leap that were often presented that four in the road or that big decision or that big courageous move. You have to make by three ING by letting the hearts energy go and opening it, you actually learn to move with the first step, which is with heart. Wisdom is slow. And that's when you start to connect with this energy. That literally is the energy that connects us everything is energy. So you're guided you seal it you need someone near they're putting out by. It's a good insurance fit. You get that energetic. Read. We don't realize it because we're so busy judging and in our heads, but you walk into space you feel energy. No, we're constantly attending to vibes and energy. And as entrepreneurs, it's our best guiding. But most of us are busy head tripping. So when you instead are aligned with that energy seal free slow, and essentially, you're just activating the engine of your heart. You're nodding your heart's power. You're plugging into that electric city, which is more. So the plug in. So activates it. So seeing witnessing is recognizing something might be blocked or you wanna let go of something or you want to call something in or you're bringing in a big idea. Our you have some vision. So it seeing witnessing the second step is feeling. So I call that it's like activating igniting the engine or the heart fire. You're feeling it. You're letting it be Fouts. You don't need to think about it. You just feel what there's fear of it's excitement, but you're letting feelings move because the reason we're so proud of the heart. We don't really know how to work with that energy. You know, we're so programmed to think an open heart is like, we know our surrender these ideas are so fearful like they bring up spare. But it's just because we're holding so much if you let the feelings move, they don't hold. They don't have you hostage anymore. Let's not hiring because you work with many companies to come of them are massive in Hawaii successful. So what advice would you have for a company on their journey to hire the right employees? I'm guessing you wouldn't say it's. Just based on their resume or even necessarily the personality. But what can they look forward to make sure that they're putting heartfelt? Yeah. Yes. I love it. Well, again, I would say the energy, right? So and I actually in the workshop this morning, we were laughing because we had a chatting, and I just said, you know, you can meet someone and they can talk a good game. They can write books about it. And at the end of the day of their energy isn't matching up with this like the resume if the energy isn't aligning, and they don't speak to authenticity. And that's again, that's vibes. It's intuitive. So you know, I do work with HR teams and hiring. And we do a lot of team building and work in that nature of that nature and myself also bringing in different people on the team as we're growing globally. And I've always really looked at first of all what are the gifts? What lights people up in that particular realm because we're not all shoot up to do all things. And when somebody's put in a box, it isn't there jam they're not gonna succeed. They're not going to thrive. And so making sure that somebody is doing what it is the third grade at their gifted at and really and checking in on that. So they may even be going for a certain job. Let's say, but that may not be aligned, but they may be suited for something else. And just paying. Attention to what light someone up. So it's really watching again that energy, and how somebody's inspired, and then obviously looking at their spirit and all those things, but it's more the experience for me than all the credentials and all of this because that's a lot of insecurity and ego for me. I mean, I'm more interested in how somebody shows up in their passion. And how they end then resourcefulness is big. But that also comes with the energy so witnessing how somebody shows up in the moment and how they respond to things. That's sure lastly, how do you hope to disrupt the status quo? I'm doing it. Yeah. Bringing our hearts to the max, I mean living in leading heartfully, I really believe that emotional intelligence as we're catching wind. I mean, not sort of the trendy way to say it, and it's I mean, it's legit. I mean, it's learning to strengthen the wisdom of our heart is everything as far as I'm concerned, we're so caught up with sort of academia, and I'm not dismissing anything about academic intelligence is brilliant, and that the place so important and ads service as as being observers to the hearts wisdom. So that's what I really come to understand. Just how do we learn to lead instead with an intuitive knowing and letting that lead so in the workplace in in? And again, I bring us to big companies. It's just how can we build because if you have teams that work together in teams that are inspired by each other. We can change the world, but like legitimately, and I see it happening. So it's really integrating that heartful piece in ways that move people like individuals treating them while supporting them feeling that can actively and then once you build that with. Starting spawned growing in that way, because I often see companies grow too quickly. And they lose the initial heartbeat of what got them going, and it's really making sure to ten people as you grow keeping that connective spirit, and then empowering people to activate an honor their gifts in their light. And supporting them seeing them shining that light back saying, I.

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"slough" Discussed on Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"slough" Discussed on Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

"Yes. Storing up and saving everything, but then you started incorporating fl. Towers, and then deciding to let all everybody Duke it out with mother nature, and it seems like that developed it or affirmed your philosophy of organic that started. And then you add in then I was also a big dog person. And I'm thinking gosh, my dogs rolling in it walk in picking their own tomatoes, digging their own turnips what in the world, you know? And so don't have any chemical right ever want to have to go. We just treated there, you know, or not wanted you nieces nephews because I have no children to be able to run free enroll in the grass. And so it just really opened up. Then I realize guess what it's more abundant it is far easier. It's less expensive. It seems so simple that people miss it. It really to give nature a hand instead of fuss. And that's the way I look at it. We want things quicker bigger better were with mother nature, and she's got it. You know? So how's the book organized? I want to show some interior pages. Of vegetables Slough, kind of get a sense of if you haven't already seen it. And links to shore. So the introduction really tells mess story of how I fell into this organic gardening world. And then it goes into why I really felt drawn that I had to qualify. Why people need to grow flowers? It is not about having beautiful flowers on your table. Would you and I understand? That's why need for that sort of a side benefit. Exactly. That's like the bonus on the back end. So I had to share why it's so significant to Griff lowers. And then how to do it? Because this is the story. I hear. Yeah. I planted Mary gold ones in the corner my garden shoot they were gone in four weeks. And I didn't see any difference. I mean, how many times have I heard that will first off you just have to try harder than that. Yeah. Yeah. And unpack sees is not gonna get. Exactly, exactly. And so a cutting garden is really the perfect match that by harvesting the flowers each week alongside. Harvesting your vegetables keeps the patch. Fresh and constantly producing were bloom. Raleigh's good guys that we want and for anyone that's never grown a cutting garden. You just don't know what a superstar. You're about to become men. Women children old young everybody just their heart melts may realize the bouquet of flowers..

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"slough" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"slough" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"I is white minstrel performers claim that what they did on stage was based on their perceptions of how black people live. So I must say this. I'm gonna say this is amazing to me. How this stuff is. So like beautifully orchestrated in America black-faced white actors and actresses putting on shoe pilots and then doing comedy sketches, right and doing and based upon their perception of black, folks. But see was funny to me is that most of the most famous black folks today are comedians, and they and their comedy sketches about black people right mazes. You know, very interested. This is very interesting stuff, very interested. Like, I know how to get to the top, right? I'm gonna stop fighting against police brutality. And I'm gonna stop trying to build economic empowerment, I'm gonna just become a comedian and make fun of black people. I promise you twenty four months, you'll be like my favorite comedian is refund. He'd be talking about us up. And then I'm an I'm. Put on I'm gonna put black face on top of my face. Just go all out and get some big white lips was about how you doing? I'm just saying we liked that kind of stuff. What is Medina? Tyler perry. Stuff is all about making fun of black, folks. Hey, you're right. Big, mama. Right. Big momma's house was about making fun of grandmom. Oh mammy. You could do a whole show just on like how famous black comedians get famous making fun of black folk only show, the only movie, I remember where where black comedians may fun of white folks through the whole movie was white girls. That's about the only one everyone. Let me just place. My kill ya with the history because people don't wanna hear no. Too much teaching here we go. Tall is came out of a genuine fascination with the music the songs Fidanza the performance. Styles of black people. But it's also weird jump. Jim crow was born John along with other characters to the lazy, lying or buffoonish. Remember, this was all happening before I'm just I'm just I can't even really do this show. No more like, I just started crying tears of a clown killed mish. Mochi? No one's around. So look characters will create it by white artists and black face that caricatured black people and also like archetype characters characters that. Characters dash show black people as lazy or ignorant or Slough right now. We celebrate Bill Cosby fat Albert, but what is he goofy? Right. Was my man on good time. Mean all of these characters what if the dove black? What if the characters black comedians are getting rich off of our descendants of characters that way actors created during the black face era? I wouldn't add just be ironic and y'all's love that stuff. The civil war flavor was all about creating. Visions types stereotypes of an entire race of people as subhuman in every way. Wow. By the eighteen sixties African Americans began using black face on stage. Why on earth would a black performer put on black face and demean him or her? This is the nineteen. We're trying to work limited options. They were expected to. Why is okay, we just put look why would a black way would black. I love my why would black actors use black face because they wanted to work dot same reason why they won't take a knee. Same reason. Why Gladys Knight saying zoo? Bo. China word baby you'll never get power trying to work. Wow. We gotta.

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"slough" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"slough" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"It was. So it was perfect for me. It's the after party there was a party. And then you would the after part you were talking about the palm pilot finished was just people clearing up. Yes. So. The ep. I wasn't invited to that. The the moth, I've always wanted to be on Hollyoaks could happen for you. It really wanted to grab that snap giving coming run the pub. I wanted to be like, I think I'm thinking I'm too old. Now, I think it'd be disgusting. But when I was forty I wanted to be like an automatic came to Hollyoaks and just slept with all the women in it. I want to be fine when he was four that wouldn't be creepy. Right. Sleep. Sixteen. I'm not say fifteen miles. The actresses would be. Does pervy not me. I think Katie dream alive. Yeah. Yeah. I think you could still do I I had that dream in downtown Slough. I've done a lot of podcast with then gone. Holy. And basically got that role. Did he do that? Well, he almost overnight is dated com. Is it comment was the one I don't know the blunt when he dated and I think he golf with another one they have to. It's you. It's like being on certainly come dance, and you have to have sex with the dancer. Yes. Yes. Half. Do you do? Arithmetic so slave release. I don't televise that. That really would be. Show Moshe up to his plums. This actually Sora Sean wash posted backstage, that's all code shown to be wild amazingly famous like, even.

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"slough" Discussed on Why'd You Push That Button?

Why'd You Push That Button?

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"slough" Discussed on Why'd You Push That Button?

"It's where you can get asked for. Suggestions for things or you ask me a question, and you can reply things. Yeah. So since neither of us are really question at people I figured I should take one for the team and try to use the Cuna function on Instagram. So I didn't open anything asked me a question. And I got a lot of questions Caitlin. Yeah. Involved. It I did love it. I thought I was going to hate it. And it is a profound waste of time. But it was actually really nice to just like read what people wanted to say to me. Let me see if I can pull up one of the things I got was someone saying, hey, I see you on the subway every day during your commute. High Slough is an interesting one not a question this morning. I woke up and looked at my phone, and I have three messages from instruments that you can no longer sees much because the center has sent them and they had sent three of them in the middle of the night gradually. Creepy. Someone asked me when we're getting brunch. Someone asked me how many push ups can I do in a row how many probably one have I been to Europe? What phone do you use? I got a lot of questions about my phone. Are you into veggie chips? These people are so mundane no fence, I can see everyone's handles that is sending me stuff. That's like why are you hot? And I'm like, my mom and dad. Like what's the answer to that question? Medics and societal north swung in my favorite. Okay. I do kind stand by the fact that like to do this you have to feel very self important. And like, I don't feel important which is why I've never tried this feature. But now that I've done it. I'm like it's so much engagement, and I can't help it that my brain loves engagement addictive. So every time I kept getting a question. I was like oh my God. I got checking with the question is I still felt really dumb posting it to my story because I knew everyone who I'm actually friends with follows me would definitely not care what my question and answer was I'd only my friends learned anything about me. But it's a really fun way to engage and also really a great activity. I think if I'm ever sitting in an airport with a flight delay. I will be utilizing this in that case. Okay. So just to give everyone a preview of what's coming in the episodes..

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