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Slovenia Declares 30-day Epidemic As Second Wave Breaks
"Formally declaring an epidemic after a major served surge of infections there the move, letting the government imposed further restrictions to help turn the tide. Country already tightening facemask rules and also switching most students from classroom toe online learning
Russian journalist sets self on fire, dies near police HQ
"Journalist has died after setting fire to herself in an apparent protest. After police searched her home. The journalist set herself on fire in front of the local branch of the Interior Ministry in the city of Nizhny Novgorod. Arena. Slovenia who died of the scene, worked as editor in chief of a small local news outlet. Yesterday, she wrote on social media that police searched her apartment from materials relating to Russian opposition and that they seize notebooks, her laptop and her daughter's laptop. An hour before she died, she wrote on Facebook. I ask you to blame the Russian Federation for my death. Elaine called CBS News.
The Ancestors Are Plenty and Petty with Alexis P. Morgan
"Hello and welcome everyone to another episode of the Revolutionary Mystic? Podcast I'm your host. Mets Lee Alexandria. Joining me today. I have the privilege and honor of chatting with our guest Alexis P. Morgan. I am so stoked I can't even tell you. Just for reference right now were let's see. Moore in August twenty, twenty were stolen the middle of a pandemic and. Like. Alexis mentioned to me earlier. The world is like basically on fire and as a disabled person who is pretty homebound it is a very awesome opportunities today to get to chat with Alexis P. Morgan who I have a lot of in common with and like so much admiration for their work and I'm. Thrilled to get to connect with somebody who? You know understands and it's just it's refreshing. You know we live in a pretty abled world. We live in a pretty neuro typical focused were held. And so I'm really excited to get to talk to them and share their magic with you and. So rather been telling you all about who they are and what they do. I would love for you to hear it straight from them. Hi Alexis. Thank you so much for having me on. This is I think this is the first. PODCAST appearance I've done in a while. So that's exciting. So about Me I am twenty eight turning twenty, nine in a couple of months very exciting in the throes of the Saturn return which is. Home. I'm black and ice that I'm the child of indigenous mothers because my second adoptive parent, which is a story will get into in a second and I'll clarify what I mean by that. Is Indigenous and I'm still trying to figure out if my biological mother was truthful with my adoptive parents about my indigenous heritage, it's not one of those leg. My grandmother was like a such and such kind of situations It actually has to do with my paternal grandfather So you know we're figuring that out but in the mean time I say I'm a child of indigenous mothers to be really clear about a WHO I am in that regard m professionally, I am a writer, an artist and a sorceress. My pronouns are she heard they I identify as FAM- 'cause my gender is really weird and complicated. and has layers of Wu mixed into it too. So sometimes, it's just easier to be like yeah okay. This is folks do what they want and I'm also queer so and I have autism I was diagnosed at twenty seven which is funny because I studied autism for like four years in high. Slovenia with a thought that maybe I would have On something but Nah. but I did but I didn't. Add I'm also disabled I have a multiple sclerosis I was also diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis at twenty seven. During my birthday month it was a very exciting bursting. That see in a nutshell. Wow. Yeah. I just want to say like I love. The amount of representation you're able to bring for folks I. I know when I hear you speaking about who you are I'm hearing things that I I can really to and I also have seen like out there in the world. I. Know isn't really being said, and one of them is that you mentioned about how? You like had been studying onto them for some time and like how did you not know well A for folks that don't know. Much about my professional history I was a social worker for a long time and I had a long like eleven year long career and towards the end I was a teacher for kids with autism and I loved it absolutely loved it felt super at home and just like you didn't reach diagnosis until I was around like twenty, seven, twenty, eight I, think. It's just kind of funny like how it works out that way you know Ray Lake and like I think my so it's funny 'cause like in my particular situation, my first set of adoptive parents. Okay. So let me back this trailer up a little bit. I was adopted twice I was adopted as an infant and I usually call that set of parents by foster parents because it helps make things less confusing to the wider world. And just because I usually don't have time to explain my family tree with the. Diagram. Like New People. So I was. Of Infant, and then I was adopted again as an adult adoption by my mom she is my mom. So when I usually when I say mom speaking of her and what I'm speaking of my adoptive parents who were a queer couple I was raised by White Lesbians, which is who boy that's a Latin to wrestle with in hindsight but. I'm usually not referring to them, but sometimes I'll slip and I'll just call the MOM and everybody gets real real confused because I got like twelve of them lying around it's great. Twelve months I mean but when I was a toddler, I showed some of the signs of A lot of lake professional clinicians would probably deemed autism
New Austrian coronavirus measures snarl traffic at border
"Authorities in Austria say traffic was backed up for as much as 12 hours on the southern border after a new coronavirus safety measure was opposed on all travelers entering the country, police telling the Austria Press Agency today. Cars were backed up for about Half a day at the karaoke caroling Tuttle and about seven hours to pass into Austria's vacationers returning from Croatia and Slovenia tried to enter the
Pompeo: Chinese threat may be worse than a 'Cold War 2.0'
"US Secretary of state might compare has bill named middle of Oprah this week you warning that the threat from China good welby worse than that posed by the Soviet Union at the height of the cold. War Mr Pompeo's visits is taking in the Czech Republic Austria, Poland, and Slovenia. This is what he said yesterday. The contrast between free and unfree society has never been clear. Free nations must work together to confront authoritarian threats. Chief among those threats is the Chinese Communist Party and its drive to control people and information at our economies. When a Balkans correspondent guided Loni has been following his journey. Welcome back to the program guy good to have you with us. I wipe out the with Slovenia with no disrespect obviously to the nation itself. I think far enough I mean it's only two million people live here. So it's not exactly huge, but it is a NATO member and there is a family connection of course, Emma and Mr. Pompeo made that point in his opening remarks saying that he brought greetings for Melania trump who is noticeably absent from her homeland. She was born in San Nitsa as Melania canals and she doesn't come back here very often. But Mr Pompey's said she was very envious about him visiting nurse Levin in particular Lake bled where he was doing his news conference but. The rather factors as well. So Slovenia is at at the moment and this is I wouldn't say was out of character, but it's just a matter of where how the political winds blowing here at the moment at the moment in the Prime Minister's office you've got somebody who thinks Mr trump is rather smashing fallow where prime, minister. Yannis Yansha uses twitter almost as enthusiastically as MR trump and spends quite a lot of that time. Enthusiastically, retweeting Mr Trump's tweets. So if you're going to have a friendly audience in Europe at the moment of your representative of the trump administration then Slovenia's an office place to stop off so more than simply passing on greetings from floaters and enjoying a slap up lunch at Lake bled we've just heard there a clip from Secretary of State Pompeo. Making China the real focus of his visit. He really did, and you only speak for about three or four minutes yesterday bend and I think at least two and a half of those minutes were spent really having a good old dig on against China before that. He was speaking about well, he was actually signing a declaration with the Foreign Minister of Slovenia about five G. Security, and this is all part of pushing what the trump administration calls. They're clean network program, and this is an attack on Chinese. Telecom. Companies Chinese tech companies hallway in particular Zeti threatening for the Balkan they've both been very high profile targets of the trump administration and leave you signing up to this five of this clean network program. You'll basically making a commitment, you'll knocking to use any untrustworthy. Vendors in your five G. Systems and the United States is saying it wouldn't have any of these vendors anywhere near any of its embassies went allowed anywhere near any of this State Department. Systems. A lot of come countries, of course are not signing up to this, but Slovenia has and it's got its five G. Network installed by. As of last month, take that way well has replied China Chinese commentators of wounded central and eastern Europe shouldn't be fooled. What would describes Mike pompeo embracing an entirely entirely cold war mindset it is. It is a dangerous thing. Isn't it when you start going into the likes of the Czech, Republic and Poland and Slovenia, and START TALKING ABOUT IDEOLOGICAL THREATS Yes I'm you know he really has gone the full evil empire on? Am You when you talk about Cold War rhetoric either way that he's he's talking really as I mean, as you heard in the clip there, it sounds like something from the nineteen eighties a talks again chief among these threats as the. Chinese. Communist. Party. It's drive to control people and. Information and our economies, and it's it's again talking about freedom loving people and becoming a five G. Clean country as Slovenia has done today as solidifies staff position. In this fight, the tide is turning against the Chinese Communist Party in its efforts to restrict freedom for all of us and I think what's interesting guys of course he's not saying China he's specifically saying. The Chinese Communist, party so he's criticizing the the system of government and control rather than country and the people itself, and that's I suppose the GATT out card But this is the way that the trump administration is going I recommend everyone to have a a good read of the clean network program just to see what they're saying in that and. Quite apart from anything else it does make it clear and not that it's part of the trump administration's drive and it's very interesting phrasing not the United States, not the State Department but the trump administration. So a spot of electioneering perhaps
Pompeo, in Slovenia, pushes 5G security, warns about China
"Of State Mike Pompeo's in Slovenia to make the case for high speed wireless networks that bar Chinese companies like Wal Away. Pompeo has led a campaign against companies that the Trump Administration accuses of sharing data with China's security apparatus.
The Hidden Gem That Is Uruguay With Karen Higgs
"Hel Lo travel nerds and welcome to the extra packing peanuts travel podcast the show that teaches you how to travel more while spending less I'm your host, Travis Sherry, and joining me today is someone who used to sing sixties covers in the psychedelic rock bar and Costa Rica whose hometown is roughly eight thousand miles from where she now lives and who is the only urguay guidebook. Lives they're carrying Hague's from Guru, Guay Dot Com Karen, thanks for joining me and a huge. Welcome. I was so excited to hear what you're going to take out of my via. Those good with those those. Highlights there. Right I. Love that I mean I think you're probably the only person. I've ever introduced that sung sixties covers in the Psychedelic Rock Barn Costa Rica Wall the only one who's intro involved. I'm sure other guests have done it because who has right? Exactly that's kind of par for the course if you're a traveler I want to start out, could you were talking about one of my favorite countries in the world but somewhere, I've never been so little known fact or maybe not that little known if you used to follow way back in the day. Karen I said that my two favourite countries in the world were Slovenia an Erg Urguay but I had never been to either one I've now been to Slovenia but I haven't been to. Uruguay. So I am very excited to chat with you I'm I'm totally shocked what why Uruguay can I ask my? So I think just when I started traveling, I looked at a map and was like, don't like what I'm taking I was kind of like entire nation is going to be taken back. There you go. I looked at a map and I remember thinking. Like where are the hidden gems? Hidden Gems when they travel and so oh, Brazil Argentina and I remember I and I liked soccer slash football and. Howard now I'm understanding more. Colors, the light blue I like Diego Forlan, and so I just remember thinking that would be a coup country to go because everyone goes to Argentina everyone goes to Brazil. I want to go there and Slovenia same kind of thing this tiny country tucked in amongst kind what you would call like tourist powerhouses of Italy and stuff like that and. Yeah I just so for me, it was like those are the two that I just I thought they use are going to be it and have been something. We haven't made it yet. Then that is a good question well. Yet to give you a little bit of background, my wife and I wanted to come to South America for quite a while. So let's say five six years where we've really been like South America let's go. We've still never touch the continent. One of the reasons was we are not and naturally very cautious people but because we were trying to have kids and Zeke was happening and all that kind of stuff especially down in Brazil we kind of thought well, we can put it off like if we don't have to go and I know Uruguay was not Zico hotbed. But of course, if we go there, we wanted to go to Argentina Brazil. So we kinda just kept putting it off, putting it off, putting it off. And now we're recording during covert times if you're listening in the future hopefully, you're out of it by then. But yeah. Now, of course, as an American can't really go there. So. I would have if you had spoken to me five or six years ago than I would have said to you that you have to come anyway for your entire vacations to Uruguay 'cause there's so much to do and enough of people thinking that it says side from Argentina or Brazil. Okay. So I would have said that immediately and I also would have said to you that you know Zeka. Zero cases here and that Uruguay has great public health policies, and in fact, right now we are kind of like one the stock countries in Latin America regarding the virus
Slavoj Žižek - Slovenian Philosopher and Writer
"Guest. Today is a Slovenian philosopher and writer whose vast catalogue of work because earned him celebrity status across the globe, radical leftist, his work compasses, everything from psychoanalysis and political theory to art and film. Criticism Hegel in a wired brain evaluation of the German philosophers relevant in the twenty first century, tying in the two hundred fiftieth anniversary of his birth is his latest book. Saliva Jack Welcome to meet the rices. I'm here. Thanks very much. Now listen, you've been called the Elvis of cultural theory, the most dangerous philosopher in the West and I'm keen to know how you go from your birth in Louisiana through film studies and writing copy fat, but convince fit to this revered status in in the philosophical and academic world, so let's stop them in the former Yugoslavia. Tell us about your home. Life and the influence is there on you as as a child is an incredible story. Place Myself, but how might Chedda experiences in Oak Yugoslavia? We're really a blessing in disguise. I won't. At the university? Being attacked as after I finished my studies, I wasn't able to get a job, but after tutoring here so unemployment they put me into a research institute, which was basically opposed, gave me of the freedom of it was that she needs who dabbled and. So. You know is out of Communist was other the freedom that I needed I sat through. The West connections I in frowns then in the UK in United States, also another thing you can sign me communist kind but communism we don't opened walks the west, and I saw the big thing in my life was debt. Early seventies late sixties nineteen shakes ditch and I was in my studies. The scene was dominated in republic Slovenia by on drunken, fundamentalist on the other hand. Frank with school much then there was defense right of a disaster local. Rochon journalism and the younger generation immediately found a way that. Also Changed Yugoslavia was open towards the West. We didn't have any usuals in the sense of Oh my go- democracy we meeting. Everything will train usually about socialism, but also no illusions about Western democracies combat in an ideal. I, did so it's not me. It's also whole group of people. I was listening to lock you on, but now other sound following me getting international recognition. It was an incredible luck. You know when French asked me. What would you be if you were to get your boats? After finishing, your starts may honestly clear. I moved to an unknown professor in this fee. troll over country called. Slovenia own, It's not a joke. Thanks communist oppression I Orient Myself. The roads are I was I must admit this incredibly lucky. Tell me about your movie making stint shaky. Joe People think it's some kind of both modern joke and so on, but you know many of might be nervous so in the wrong I cannot walks myself. It's not a joke for more than half a minute on beverages guide overdose. Documentary movies that are made until note I am. To meet I shake, or my gestures especially soccer snow, because seeking all the time, so people can see me. The mathematically covet positive until if you don't get me, you have everything that you need to know.
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"It actually makes it fairly perfect solution. Because if you breath out, and they breathe in, it minimizes what gets into their mouth. That minimizes what gets out of your mouth. If everybody does it, you actually reduce the virus, but you don't even have to believe me. Believe the fine people of Japan. or South Korea. or Taiwan. Or Singapore or Slovenia, all these places have reopened their countries.
A New Book Brings Melania Trump Into (Slightly) Better Focus
"Where is First Lady melania trump when her husband is so often front and center a clearer picture emerges from correspondent Tracy Smith in our Sunday morning cover story I will fight to protect you I am here president of law and order recently while president trump was talking law and order they've got to get tougher got to get stops on First Lady melania trump was tweeting about healing and peace so it's voluntary I have to do it and back in April when you're hesitant trump declined to wear a facemask I don't think I'm going to be doing it his wife put one on and urged others to do the same these are not the recommended guidelines to keep us all safe okay it's not exactly a palace coup and some might say not nearly enough to keep her husband's more controversial actions in check but either way according to a new book melania trump has more influence than you might think this is very different than the narrative that some people have painted that she is trapped I hope makes a crazy to say she's poor melania trapped she's not she is smart independent she will decide what she wants to do and she doesn't want to do melania trump thank you very much hello Sir prize winner Mary Jordan is the author of the art of her deal published by Simon and Schuster a Viacom CBS company of course you asked to interview melania for this book what happened basically no reply the trumps both of them make people who are around them sign non disclosure agreements they also I've quickly learned told people that knew Malani when she was young which is model to not talk the White House dismisses the book as fiction but Jordan says that after several years and more than a hundred interviews a clearer picture emerged of a woman who grew up dreaming of a life far away from her native say it needs us Lavigne she's a girl who grew up in a really small town and couldn't wait to get out she told everyone that I mean everyone I talked to in Slovenia said she couldn't wait to get out of this town she wanted to be where the action is at first young melania wanted to study architecture but she was persuaded that modeling was a better option and she found success doing mostly print work in Europe and later in New York City she what Donald Trump in two thousand five became a US citizen in two thousand six and eventually sponsored her mother and father Amalie and Victor to be U. S. citizens as well and how about chain migration about
Top Stories From The Balkans
"We're going to get around above stories making news in the Balkans now I'm joined to buy our correspondence in the region at guide to Lauraingraham. Good afternoon to you. You are in the Slovenian capital. What is happening there? While we're opening up a bet here, marcus in fact, as Britain is going in the direction of putting arrivals and quarantine fourteen days, which is caused a great deal of Cathal over there. I'm here in Slovenia it's exactly the opposite. The country's just opened up. To arrivals from fourteen other European countries, and that's ranging from Switzerland to Iceland and Germany the Baltics, and that's in addition to its neighbours, Croatia Hungary and Austria. Restrictions on rivals from those places had already been lifted Italy those going to have to wait for a little while, but probably for about a week longer, and it's very bad news coming from north Macedonia Marcus, it's a compulsory fourteen day quarantine arriving from that, and that's because of a recent increase in a number of covid nineteen cases. Luckily I'm not coming from us. Part of the world's continuing to the neighboring country Croatia. What's making headlines over there now? We'd like railway journey Sony Marcus on Monocle, twenty, four and I. This is warm, which sounds to me? Like a railway journey that that I'd like to make, and it's one from the Czech Republic through to the Croatian coast, and this is being run by the Czech railway operator regular I think you pronounce it regular jet. Should we go with that? And they are running trains that I think we'll go with that the plan anyway as whatever they could they. However you pronounce that they're going to be running night. Trains from the Czech Republic from Prague directly through to the Croatian coast to be precise, the city of the reactor, which is actually one of the European capitals of culture this year, and from they'll be able to get connections to any of your coastal destinations, and this is a big deal. It's a big. Big Deal for people in the Czech Republic because eight hundred thousand of them every year. Go on holiday in Croatia apparently, the the advertising in in the Czech. Republic refers to Croatia as aw coast so quite proprietorial about it. They are number seven in terms of tourist arrivals in Croatia, so it's not an exaggeration, really but it's also a big deal for Croatia. Because twenty percent of their GDP is generated by tourism I'm said they're going to have to. Find ways of getting people from places like the Czech Republic that key tourism markets. If that is salvage any kind of a summer season at all, and this is exactly the when people are talking about corona corridors between countries which have low infection rates of which. Croatia and the Czech Republic A to well I think that A. Colorado, because let's face it this. This trains conjugate three tunnels Marcus that raw appeals to me I in terms of both an elegant solution and the word play, and the fact that it'll. Be a very beautiful train journey. If you can see if it's not to. Dock sounds very promising. Let's continue our tour next to L.. The obeyed and authorities are facing legal action. Tell us more about that. into the on this is over the the controversial demolition of the national. Theatre building in Tirana now. This happened last month. After years of protest in the middle of the night, the early hours of a Sunday morning the authorities just moved in and knocked down the National Theatre. More or less said it's done now. Everybody move on well surprise prize. Everybody hasn't moved on. There's a group which call themselves the Alliance for the protection of the National Theatre well. Maybe they should think about changing their name been the not changing their caused that. filing legal action against a number of municipal officials who were involved with voting to demolish the theater, the also again for the the head of the National Inspectorate for the protection of territory, and it's also been going for civil engineer who said that the the building was not safe, and therefore should be demolished as it's already got one hundred thousand signatures from. From people who say they won't be the Old National Theatre to be recreated on the site of of where it was was. The authorities are planning on installing a nice, shiny new national fair to that. It sounds like we have to do a chicken with you guy about this story soon again when we get new developments. That was Monaco's get logging joining us from Lubiana.
Croatia on a mission to save the summer from coronavirus
"Why don't WANNA use the would post covert yet? That sounds too optimistic but nonetheless. Some encouraging news from Croatia Croatia has been very keen to get it some a holiday season on some sort of track. I hesitate to say back on track but it's trying to salvage the summer season and as part of that today it's opening its borders at two people from ten different European Union and handily. This includes pretty much all of its major tourism markets Austria Germany Slovakia and the Czech Republic. They're all allowed to now to enter Croatia for holidays People from Slovenia were already being allowed in so between all of those countries. You've pretty much got I. Think about seventy percent of the tourists who had Croatia over the summer season and the the tourism season is terrifically important cratia because it provides about twenty percent of the country's GDP and almost all of the visitors arrive in July and August. It's very very heavily. Weighted towards summit to getting people on the beaches in Istria and Dalmatia. And if you've ever been there in some Andrea as I think you have you'll know The particular nationalities which predominate Yeah I have been there in the summer. The the donation coast is You know as you well know an absolutely glorious part of the will travel in. It's it's excellent news. That people will be able to do it. But how carefully is Croatia being about this because obviously when you welcome people into your country right now you potentially welcome covid? Nineteen right along with them. Yeah and that's a really big thing for Croatia. Because it had some of the most the tightest restrictions of any European country in the time of its when it declared an epidemic inside Croatia It was very restricted. In terms of how creation people could move inside that country even inside their own cities and so opening up the country as it is now obviously does bring risk. So what they've done is they've chosen the country's Catholic. You will note. That Serbia is noticeably absent from the list of ten countries. Which is it's opening its border. Stay it's got a website called into Croatia on which people can enter their details whether they've been in contact with anybody with covid nineteen with they've recovered from its own and so forth all of this meant to firstly ease the passage of people into the country but also enable contact tracing if the raw outbreaks and we've seen recently for example a plane arrived from Frankfurt and Croatians are grab More than a dozen passengers and crew ended up testing positive the COVID nineteen but on arrival they all given contact details so very quickly The authorities were able to track trace and and snuff any sort of outbreaks out before they got a chance to get going and they're going to have to take this approach on a much larger scale. Of course the to have any sort of summer tourism season.
Italy begins to emerge from world's longest nationwide lockdown
"Italy is easing its coronavirus restrictions nearly two months after it became the first country in the world to impose and national knocked down but the prime minister Giuseppe Kansei has said the country is still in the midst of the pandemic and urge the public to act responsibly millions of people are expected to attend to construction sites and factories vehicles a pele is a member of parliament for the Democratic Party which is part of the ruling coalition a quarter more or less of Italian workers are going back to their offices and firms which were previously closed AT the big test for our transportation system a big test for the security of our places of work and it is a big test for individual responsibility of each one of us many other European countries are also taking steps towards lifting their lockdowns they include Portugal Spain Croatia and Greece with some small shops and headdresses can start work again today some schools will reopen in Germany and Austria while in Hungary Serbia and Slovenia cafes and restaurants will begin operating with some restrictions
"slovenia" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast
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"slovenia" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast
"Because it's so small you can walk anywhere that you want and not get lost like we could. We didn't get lost so I love the fact that it's gorgeous any European capital. I've been to but it's so small that it super accessible I other than you know. We're comparing somewhere like Vienna or or places like that. That are also jaw dropping beautiful. It's just a miniature version of that. I'll take it because I'm a generous person. I will concede to the fact. That Lubiana is more beautiful and quaint than Zagreb Zagreb. It is a cool city. We were there for one or two nights. It's Nice. It has some beautiful architecture but having that river and the pedestrian walkway on either side of it in. Liliana is something absolutely gorgeous. As I like to say or stunningly beautiful. Whatever it is it is however I mean. There are so many more cities in Croatia. That are sending in my opinion. Because you've got. We've got nick which we already mentioned. And even while it is a little bit overrun with cruise ships. Coming in and out. It is in my opinion the most beautiful city I have ever seen. And it's it's also small. Then you also have these other medieval cities where every and it just feels like. You're living in a different century while also just being on the coast so you have split which is Gorgeous Diocletian palace which is one of the oldest Roman ruin. That's preserved you can walk through it all. There's lots of fun restaurants shops and it's really gorgeous and it's right there on on the coast where you can have the biggest ports in. I think the biggest port in Croatia isn't split. You can take the ferry to all of those gorgeous islands that I have mentioned so many times. You've also got Makarska which we did a road trip. I mean talk about road. Tripping is one of my points as well. Croatia is one of the coolest road tripping countries. Because there's so much coast you can. We drove from Zagreb down to split. We stopped a way off the way apple. Vj Lakes but we drove from Zagreb to split. I mean that drive was not so epic however split down to Dubrovnik is gorgeous. We stopped Makarska. The very first time that we did that. Talk about a beautiful Queen Little City. Oh my goodness I have the picture hanging up in our house. I loved it so much. Then you also have the drive on the Pelvic Peninsula did Korcula and then we drove from Kortua down. Yeah you rolling your eyes because you know. I'm winning this one. I mean it's all coastal drives by the C. You Know No. We drove through the mountains as well again not the Alps but the rockiness of them juxtaposed up against the does see. I mean seeing mountains. That's everybody's dream. That's why like Slovenia. Could you got the Alps? You got real else or not next to see. I mean we have the mountains right there. I'll be there a little bit smaller than the Alps. A lot of bit smaller. They're still striking next to the Ocean. Like the city's just. Kinda go up and that is just stunning to me. So you've got Makarska Dubrovnik Split Korcula. We've got revenge in in history and the northern part of of Croatia. There's just so many gorgeous places to see now. My heart lies in the domination coast. That's where it's at for me but history is also you know it's it's it's a cool place to be issues okay. Dalmatian coasts is my faith one of the things that I love about Savina and Lubiana specifically is the fact that you are so centrally located so people don't know where SELENA's I don't blame you it again size of New Jersey here punches. Well above its weight creches cool but it gets pretty remote like when you get down in Dubrovnik and you get down split like you are starting to get very far from anything else. Obviously you have the water on one side your Bazi on the other side so you can get the Sarajevo. But you're certainly a long way away from anywhere else in Europe and then you sit in Slovenia and you say wow right to the West is Italy. I could pop on over to Venice. Milan right there. I could hit up Switzerland. Variously only co OP in Austria boom. Vm Sows Berg. I'm in Bratislav. I'm up in Budapest. Let me go up to Prague any of these areas. You're you're sitting at such a central point of Europe especially of that region of Europe which is considered. You're basically right. It's funny because they call themselves Central Europe right. You're basically right in between Western and Eastern Europe. And it's such a hub to get anywhere that you want to go so that you could sit there. You could take the motorways very very European saying the motorists there or you can just hop on a train and you can get to any of those big cities and they right at your doorstep. Where if you're going from Croatia you're definitely going to have to go and get on a flight or you're gonNA take a really really long train ride to get to any of them so for me. The accessibility to the rest of Europe. When you're sitting there in Lubiana like if you look at a map it just pin it. It's right there next everything else. You can just go anywhere. Your little heart desires including amazing places that we talked about Buddha Paschke sovereign. Even we're not talking about those countries we're talking about Savini. I'm just talking about the fact that you're you get to any of that and you know you want Slovenia's small so you might want to go somewhere else because it's not that big whereas when you're in Croatia you don't need to go anywhere else because you have over a thousand islands over twelve hundred miles of coastline. You've got hiking if you really now. Twelve hundred miles. I thought it was a thousand much. You got stat. Oh sorry no. It's a thousand miles of coastline and over twelve hundred islands. I you know I mean. There's there's so big there's a lot to see and do in this country so there's no need to leave especially when you are applied with good food and and good wine. Are we ready to go? There are we. Are we ready to out? I brought out Vigo already. He brought out in. The world. Enchilada was all finding good. But it's not gonNA sustain you for a whole entire trip. I'll run on July auto all day every day. Well I happen to like a little more sustenance in my life in liquid for actual physical food for Him Croatia. Some of the best wine in the entire world. There's so many amazing wineries both white wine and red wine. I think that people talk about wind. They talk about Spanish wine and talk about Italian wine even French. You Know Champagne what have you? Croatia has so many amazing wineries. And again you can drink wine in these medieval cities. They have wind bars. They also have incredible food. Go ahead saying yes The best meal I've ever eaten was in a very UN touristed remote part of Croatia culture stack and we went to the seafood restaurant there as we drove down the pell Jezek peninsula. It was the best if we ever have. We got the seafood platter for two. It was enough to feed three adults in Mensa. I'm really just amazing. Grilled fresh seafood caught that day. You know by the owner of the restaurant. Who's the fishermen WHO's the chef? It was so delicious like we still dreaming about in talk about it. And that's just one meal I mean. They also have amazing local cheeses Croatian cheeses they have amazing cured meats the same as you can find in Italy but you know Kareishe should does it to it. Has that whole vibe of the local cheeses and the meats and the winds and they do a lot of like the cantaloupe and per Shudo. We've had they're just so good so fresh I love it. It's my favorite thing to eat and that paired with the wine of Croatia I mean I could just I could live there in fact hopefully someday maybe I do live there. Well you know that. I don't have much of a leg to stand on when it comes to fighting against Vittachi. Which is the best meal that we had on record on this podcast of saying? Both of US agreed. That was the best meal that we had in two thousand nine hundred nine so fine. Amazing seafood in In Croatia the Food Lubiana and the food in Slovenia itself. I think has a bit more variety. So they do have incredible seafood. There Vino relay which is right in Savannah we love but they also have a lot of I would say maybe more eastern European influence food as well. So you've got your Barack. You've got your Your meats your shave appease things like that so while there is not a restaurant that stands out at quite as much as Petacci in Croatia. Which is our favorite meal two thousand nineteen. I think that they're that Savini as a whole it's gastronomic influence and its gastronomic Kind of identity is up there with Croatia and I think that there's a little more variety in Slovenia and Croatia. What else am I going to say? I throw on top of that as you've already mentioned the beautiful delicious creamy incredible Gelato at Vigo and Yeah I'm going to say that you know there's some good eating and some good drinking and Slovenia as well may not their own wines not much of wind guy but there is some cool stuff there the last point for me for Slovenia as why it's better than Croatia and this goes along hand in hand with the touristy thing is that Savina is also now cheaper. I'm not going to say much cheaper than Cratia. There are some things that are much cheaper right independent where you are with. The tourist crowds to Creche has come a a rise in price especially for like accommodations and stuff. So if you're going in the peak season not always going to be really crowd. It's GonNa be pretty expensive. I mean we're talking Western Europe prices at this point. It's true we I went there in like two thousand fourteen. I think and it was much cheaper than it was last year when we went. I mean so for me. I'm sitting there saying. Listen it's cheaper get to Safina while still a bit more undiscovered be like the people who went to Cratia fifteen years ago. You feel like you have a hidden jam at your fingertips that people have not discovered yet. I just to me that holds a lot of sway. This idea that there's less people s people who know about it it's a it's a bit under the radar it's a bit of a hidden gem it's cheaper and I just love the fact that Slovenia for being so tiny has everything. I could want a great little city. A little bit of coastline super accessible to the rest of Europe. And some really cool stuff right around. It Lake bled and the Alps right there in a country. The size of New Jersey. So for me is Slovenia. I mean Slovenia is a beautiful country. But for me I love being near the water and twenty miles of coastline. Just is not enough for me and while Piranha is a cute. It'll teeny tiny city. I much rather have my pick of ten plus coastal cities that are like Perran. I mean even more because when you come at the islands in like we were on court. Shula incorporate self has its own little medieval city. When we went to the island of we went to bowl and that was its own little city. I mean there's just so many you could we haven't even seen all of CRATIA. We've been there three times and I just want to keep going back because there's so much more to see and you know as far as affordability goes it is a little bit more expensive than Slovenia but it's still cheaper than the coastline in Italy. The coastline in France. I'm I don't know I mean about speen in in Portugal but it's still pretty fantastic as as for as for affordability. Well you guys have it. I we didn't hold back. We went at.
Croatia vs. Slovenia
"Hello Travel nerds and welcome to the extra packing peanuts. Travel podcast the show that teaches you how to travel more while spending less. I'm your host Chevette Sherry and joining me. Today is someone who says I don't even care about that and still kicking my butt in our survivor fantasy poor survivor the TV show my love and I'm still getting crushed by someone who says she doesn't even care about it. My wife concentrated companion. How they're that just shows you. How competitive I mean I like to win. I have put in a little more. This is the second time we've done that survivor pool The first time I didn't even finish doing it. Because that's what care about an but this season survivor is more interesting. I'm a little more into it so I'm giving it a little bit more thought than next to nothing survivor. Winners at forty something. I've been waiting for for twenty years right. You're such a nerd. And then I look at the sheet of Mike. How am I losing? Heather's killing me so hopefully get some revenge in today's show because we're doing it throwdown showdown our third party she? She don't think you're going to be vindicated here because this is my country others already said she's going to. She's said to me multiple times in the last couple of days as we been getting ready record this I'm going to crush. You is what she said. I feel very confident. I baby on the underdog guys. Maybe you're rooting for the underdog. Here today I would say my country is definitely an underdog because today during our throwdown showdown we are doing Croatia vs Slovenia. So obviously. If you've listened to the podcast you know which one I'm choosing heavens Croatia. I am Slovenia and during our throwdown showdown what we do is we take opposite sides and we debate which one is better so if you guys like this format we've just put out the last two weeks we we did. Nashville Verse Austin Than. We just also put out Ireland versus Scotland. So you can go listen those and then if you throw it back. Talk Tober twenty eighteen I quote unquote season of our third showdown. We did Portland Verstraeten coober. We did Thailand verse Bali and we did Eastern versus Western Europe. So there are some goodies in there as well so check those out and then of course let us know on social at extra pack of peanuts on Instagram. Who won this battle so half were Croatia Verse Lavinia? Today we save this to last of the part series because this like this is the day new mall the Climax Actually Dana Ma I think goes up to the climbers either way. This is the climax of it we are. We both love these countries but you know Croatia has a very special place in your heart so he has a very special place in my art. So I'm ready to go to war. I'm ready I'm ready for you. I mean when people ask me what my favourite countries I stay Croatia and it hasn't changed in years. We've been there three times. I love it so much. Sure tell us why started off you again? I'm not holding back here at all. I have is actually legitimately stretching out right now as she. I'm radio I'm not holding back here not hold back. I know you all because you say you want to crush Croatia. Well I don't even know where to begin because there's nothing really bad to say about Croatia. It's a gorgeous country. It has so much coastline. I mean it's okay so geographically. It's across the Adriatic Sea from Italy. Italy gets a lot of love for its coast cities all of that. It also is heavily touristed so Croatia. We'll becoming very popular and mortar should still has less tourists. I think than some of the bigger countries bigger most populated or not most populated most touristic countries in Europe. But it just has this vibe where people are friendly. It's just as beautiful if not more beautiful in some of these other countries. I mean we're talking a thousand miles of coastline if you like if you like the beat if you like being near the water this is the country for you. So it is beautiful. Of course I love creches. Well I think Slovene is even more beautiful. Why because it has more going for it as at least as far as for its size so this country punches above its weight more than any country I've ever been to. It is the size of New Jersey New Jersey so means this is New Jersey and yet it has a little bit of coastline very minimal. One town one mile coastline. And it's gorgeous so you can. You can get it you can go to the town of Piron. Cute Little Town Great Food. So you've got coastline there but what makes Lavinia so gorgeous to me is the fact that it's got everything else as well. It doesn't just have the coast. It has lake bled to this day. One of the most beautiful place. If you've ever been in the world and when I saw the picture of lake bled when I was like fourteen or fifteen years old I remember seeing it having no idea how to pronounce Lubiana. No idea where Slovenia was but saying I will go there one day. There is a lake with a church on an island in the middle of it. I will go there. We went their lives up to the hype in person cool so people know about that lake bled. They might have heard about you. Know they might not have known so. Many had a little bit of coastline. Same coast basically as Croatia. Just a lot less of it but what a lot of people don't realize is has the Alps in it as well so you go up to cranks Gorga. You got to some of these errors. You're in the Alps. We stayed at a hotel or this little awesome guest at the foot of the Alps. So you can say in a country. This is New Jersey. You have the Alps. You have stunningly gorgeous on you have one of the best lakes in the world and we haven't even gotten to the picture perfect little posted stand capital of Lube Lithuania. So to me. That feels like a rehearsed arguing. Were you practicing map before we did this? Podcast I thought this was be no preparation. No rehearsal it's been in my head for a long time. I told you on common with the big guns. Come with the beginning. Well for your lake bled. We have in Croatia about you know. I don't know a thousand islands. Yes that's right. Well over one thousand islands one of which has its very own little monastery on an island in the middle of the sea kirk monastery. We didn't actually go there. But I knew you were going to bring up like blood and when we were in Croatia this time we tried to go to put. Bj LAKES SO Croatia while it may not have the elps has so much natural beauty and it does have mountains are much smaller and if you drive quite a ways off the coast you can get to put bj leaks. We went however because it's so popular now we weren't able to get in because it's better to get a reservation. The next time we were able to go in the park was going to be like five hours from when we were there so we just decided to skip it however when we left there somebody said well. You should go to kirk waterfalls because there are actually bigger than put. Vj they're just not as touristed so you can see some of the most dramatic national parks in Croatia with these waterfalls in these pools of just like beautiful greenish blue water. I mean it's just stunning stuff. Just Google at people. I mean Lake Bled. D You have waterfalls.
EU seeks unified action against virus as case count mounts
"With Italy at the epicenter of Europe's outbreak neighboring Austria and Slovenia moved to restrict traffic at the border is raising questions about the movement of food and medical equipment but other nations like the Czech Republic and Poland taking action to plan rejects the science infection could be done the borders between the twenty six nations that make up the passport free Schengen area but also at the E. U.'s external borders I'm within individual countries travel bans to become more extensive worldwide in recent days for most people the corona virus causes only mild or moderate symptoms such as fever and cough I'm Charles de Ledesma
Testing times: the world responds to covid-19
"For months much of the world has watched the story of the new corona virus unfold from a distance. Now it's facing up to the reality of the spread of covert Boutin. Yesterday California declared a state of emergency after announcing its first corona virus fatality. That brings America's death toll from the disease to eleven Britain reported its largest day-on-day increase in diagnoses yet. Eighty seven. People have now been infected. Italy were a hundred and seven. People have died as closed down every school in the country. For at least ten days every sporting event will be held behind closed. Doors in India citizens have been advised not to travel anywhere that has affected by the virus. That may soon be most of the world's countries yet. Despite the spread not every government is doing all that it should to prepare so countries that have very few cases in the range of about one hundred or two hundred cases are preparing for much bigger outbreak. Slovenia chunk of our is our healthcare correspondent in some cases. There is reasonable suspicion. That countries are actually on the reporting or perhaps Not Looking for cases. So they're just testing very broadly. In fact the World Health Organization has advised countries that already have cases to start testing more broadly including people with symptoms of pneumonia and people who perhaps have flu like symptoms but test. Negative for the flu when you say countries that don't have widespread outbreaks are preparing. What kind of policies of preparation are there? First and foremost it's Communicating to people that you know they should expect Things like Schools being closed mass public gatherings in canceled people being advised to work from home. So that's one way to prepare just communicate and have everybody plan and then behind the scenes. Governments are preparing their healthcare systems. So we know that with this disease. People were hospitalized need ventilators of the breathing machines which they may need for quite a long period of time so hospitals have to have some planning around the sort of excess capacity that they would need to have If an outbreak occurs that would require postponing nonessential or elective operations. That require having fewer people coming to hospital for various appointments so Expanding the use of telemedicine so you know people just having consultation remotely rather than coming in hospital the NHS here has talked about bringing back recently. Retired doctors and nurses If there was a shortage of staff so these are some of the measures that countries are considering at the moment but the most powerful tool is knowing precisely who's been infected in America. Yesterday the White House said it would expand testing for the disease nationally. After falsely blaming the Obama Administration for a shortage of testing kits. There are now at least one hundred fifty diagnosed cases in sixteen states. Ten of America's eleven deaths were in Washington state but the outbreak has also flared up in Texas and the BRASA. The first couple of weeks that America had to get its act together for the virus have not gone well. Columbia's are US policy correspondent. The administration was more focused on downplaying. The threat of the corona virus as opposed to preparing for it and the CDC try to create its own tests. It should have been testing lots of cities basically to try and contain the outbreak. Which would would have been inevitable. And the test didn't work. The first batches percent didn't operate as they should have. And that meant that. America's public health authorities were effectively flying blind in the first couple of weeks that they had to really get a grip on the virus before it started to spread as it has in so many other countries and no discussion of America's healthcare system doesn't end up in questions of of finance. Is that having effect on the way things are going here. Yeah absolutely so. In America. Twenty nine million people are uninsured. Which means that. If they go to the hospital they could be liable for paying the full cost of care. Which often is many times more than you would pay if you had insurance so for some people that could act as a big disincentive to get treatment. There are also many millions of people who have health insurance but who are nonetheless underinsured meaning that they have high deductibles. Or if you go to the hospital they have to pay a reasonably high share of the cost which means that for them as well if they were to start getting sick or feel ill. They might not want to go because they they worry about the bills. They have to receive. There is also another problem in America which has access to paid sick. Leave all of those things. I think could make fighting epidemic in America. A lot more difficult than it would in a western European country with universal healthcare system. And how is the American government responding now? The trump administration has floated the idea of compensating the uninsured for chronic virus treatment. Although we don't have full details yet congress is working on a package to pay for the virus response but we don't yet have details in America as elsewhere. One of the biggest concerns for more widespread outbreaks is that health systems will be overwhelmed. As both fears and diagnoses grow that threat is even greater in poorer regions in Africa. Very few countries have sufficient hospital capacity or the kind of specialist respiratory equipment. That's been deployed in China. That makes stopping infections in the first place even more pressing so the plan in Africa at the moment is really focus. Very much on containment. Kinley Salmon is our Africa correspondent that means tracking people who have been identified to have The disease and then looking at who? They've been under contact with and keeping really close surveillance on all of that. There have been some useful lessons from the crises particularly in West Africa. On how to do this well. Because it also means that communication's important getting people to wash their hands and to know what to do if they are infected to call in and inform people and so on and so that's also particularly important in Africa because so much of the population is young and reaching those people is not as easy as it has to reach people who are older and so using mediums like WHATSAPP instagram. For example or radio can be really effective. Another thing that really helps content goes viral and so for example Nigerian comedian depot has created a viral skip. That's already proved very popular suggesting how people can tackle some of the risk factors full covert nineteen tickets by asking. You just saw if I told you you watch one hundred. Tens of dealing with outbreaks once they occur Nigeria and a number of countries in in the region. Actually have quite a lot of experience with this because there are unfortunately other kinds of diseases which they also have to deal with. Outbreak solve fairly regularly team team from Nigeria Center for Disease. Control actually goes out about every week to investigate a new outbreak of some disease and so there is some experience of of how to do this. They use a particular APP that allows you know health workers to input information. Have it quickly centralized so that people can be tracked and so on? I think the challenge is much greater if scale is so vast that the the challenge for these countries becomes more about dealing with people who already sick than stopping people from getting sick at that point the lack of capacity hospitals. I will be a real problem.
Aus Open Day 2 matches
"Petra Gisbert. Ah Against Somebody called Paolo Budusa. I've never heard of from Spain. I'm going to get some tweets about. How can I have never heard of a tennis player? When I present the Senate's podcast so our Party plays POLENTA Hertzog who I've heard of from Slovenia. That could be quite interesting. I'll be a stylish match coach. It was well Klickovic through some shades towards Hertzog. Today as she does say she she was supposed to be talking to kick in with innovation before their match journalist asked them what they were talking about and said well actually. We were talking about the schedule because we saw match match Melbourne arena. That we didn't think should be on there and it was hertzog against the pettersen which uh-huh that's excellent then after that it's Tatsumi Ito against Nova Jock itch We have Serena Williams Williams I in the night session against Tamara. The Dan sick and then in the final action sent on Rod Laver Arena. It is the federal federal. What about against Philip Crane of each of Serb who played a very long five center today? Naomi Asakusa playing against Sejong side there is that you know what probably match to the day. Caroline wozniacki against Diana's trump's agreed that I actually playing quite well sort of in the last six months. You said you. strums definitely sort of the the force of the narrative and the story with x factor. Giving him evens it out a a bit but I still think he's grown one very routinely yes. Today's she's definitely ready to fulfil the talent that you saw in her nine unsecured meant. You didn't feel it and then when that could have got some credibility out of it coca governance surrounding stat Stefan sits about favorite Kohlschreiber backhands. At Gogo over
For our listeners: Your SafeSPACE recordings
"Hello. Welcome to a special bonus episode of peace out last season. We asked you to tell us about your safe space. The place and people people with whom you felt safest happiest and commerce now. Why did we ask you that? It's important for all of us to have a place or person that we know we can always go to when we're feeling upset or worried or scared a place where you feel feel calm a place where you can really feel that you can be yourself and a person who can cheer you up. Or if they can't they're able to just sit quietly with you for as long as you need or maybe it's something like a Steffi or your fluffy's pillow something comforting thing and that reminds you of all the other times you felt your most relaxed. We heard from children from all around the world. We couldn't share share them all during season three but we did listen to them all and they were just so amazing that we're going to share them here now. Let's start art with vivid here. She is and then Pan Am nine years old massive spacious beach because I love jumping over waves and looking at all the beautiful things I have all the wildlife and I hope you do too by. I do of wildlife to thanks for sharing the highway. Wish Day I live in Montreal. My call place is when I'm in bed. You're listening to peace out with my mom. My happy place is when I rather may school with my friend. Layla messy shoddy. Sounds like yes really amazing people people in your life including your mom in Leyla now. Here's Kylie I'm. I'm six years all I live in. Should call go my safe spaces with rideshare me listening to your podcast Kylie I. I wonder if you're listening with your family right now. The sound wonderful and so do you brea in the United States throat in. Hi My name is brea and I love peace out. I listened to it every night. I am ten years old and in Illinois. My safe-space is when I'm with my stuffed animal. Edward is actually five years old. 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"slovenia" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Much from Slovenia unless there's another family that is doing research and then you can peek into their family trees sure for my grandfather I had nothing on either grandparent except the father of my grandfather because he came over at the same time too but somebody contacted me on one of the genealogical fights and said Hey I know a lady that wrote a book about the blocks that's my maiden name in the region that you're talking about so he gave me access to this lady's family tree I think she has passed away just recently but I was able to take the blocks back to about sixteen seventy wall and now I'm interested to see where they came from so yeah I might have to hire somebody to to find a rates through for you I mean that has absolutely blow your mind yes and it's happened only about a week before my trip otherwise I would have gone over there was nothing the names you know but you had the name of the place they were from I would assume right the name of the section of the capital where my great grandfather had moved to but I didn't know where his birthplace was until I got that email from another Slovenian who knew the woman that wrote the book you've obviously done a lot of homework you did that before you went over there which is the right thing to do were you finding they were helpful to you when you got to the archives there yes I belong to the Slovenian genealogical society international and they gave me from him they had nothing on either of my the the more tunes or the box but they do let me know the name of the lady in the beyond the capital's archive and I wrote to her in the birth certificate started company and and I've got that family back to great great great grandparents well that's really impressive for Eastern Europe I mean that's that's really unusual you're doing a heck of a job so you met up with the translator there you wanted to go places what was that experience about had totally awesome he showed me all the highlights as we went to the different towns we went to the one town that my grandmother was from which was called random today and I had the old house number he knocked on that health store and there was a this man's grandfather was my great grandfather's brother so that's pretty close wow and he called another lady in town whose name was mayor tunes field and she and her sister were the nieces of my grandmother and they had letters from her they knew her you know and and a lot of questions that they did but I mean that's an amazingly close find going back that far and to be on that side of the world after that experience right my translator spoke excellent English and he didn't have a shy bone in his well that helps a lot so how did how did he find easy would knocking door to door right it only took one door it only took one door okay so you're just looking with that one address I actually had to I knew that the next generation back had a new their house number two okay so you have the house numbers they're still family members living there tell us about your experience with them today wine and dine you did they want to take you to lunch feed your dinner get your stories exchange information what they do well the first day we've talked they ask some questions and then they invited me back the next day for lunch which was really awesome all had to be translator take game two and we had pork in gravy and I think they call them smashed potatoes they still have some chunks in them the one sister grows herbs in her garden including carnations I guess they put those suits and the salad was just wonderful so you had this cultural experience what did you learn from that I mean from the things that they shared with you that you didn't think about or you hadn't known about well my mother told me my mother's not Slovenian but she told me that my for the Indian grandmother made stews a lot and I was surprised to see it with more pretty much meets the Tate is gravy vegetables of course salad and I learned that they love and I do too pumpkin oil okay yeah you you make your salad I even put some ranch dressing on and then you put a dash or whatever of pumping oil and a dash of maybe pomegranate vinegar that's pretty good so they have photographs for you they showed me a picture of my grandmother's mom and dad and all the children my translator took the picture and I've lost of something now I've got it on it some drive and I'm hoping it turns up at the bottom of the bag if not I can write them and ask them to email it to maybe your translator has a copy of that too right I don't know we took pictures of the tombstones again to cemetery and I donated that too findagrave dot com which is the site that actually helped me find my great grandmother from serving the and she was buried in the town where my dad is buried but dad didn't talk too much about his family you know what does it matter it's over here right so you were looking you were in the same house though that your ancestors actually lived in right right what was that experience what was that feeling like as you went room to room I didn't really go room to room but that the house was very solidly built I mean it would have to be though I didn't go into the old one is that had been in the family probably for ever because they were pretty much closed up but I went into two that had been remodeled and and they were nice and sturdy they had a lot of wooden furniture what was the one thing that really struck you about this trip is absolutely magic absolutely every saying but just the fact that I was able to speak to members of my family who want we knew I existed but they had no idea that I was coming it was like here I am I think there are people who are well aware that there might be second or third cousins on the other side of the pond and they know maybe that you must be there but to know specifically who you are and that you come looking for them that's got to be quite an experience for everybody involved right if that happened to me here I was really shocked the sun wouldn't it you know I love what you mentioned about the Slovenian the organization the association that you belong to because I think that's a great tip for anybody looking to go especially into Eastern Europe and and do some research because there can be an awful lot of resources that they can share with you are you aware aware of other organizations for different countries in that region there is one for he found one for Austria they might be helpful in the future you you just do a search on the internet and say town Derian ancestry or something like that and all those will pop up yeah it's a great thing to join an associate with other people trying to do the same thing because Eastern Europe is a bit of a challenge for anybody who's ever tried to do this and it sounds like you had an extremely successful trip right now the trip was organized by the Slovenian genealogical society international through colander travel K. O. L. L. A. N. D. E. R. I believe and they had done this a handful of times in the past so there was a group with you yes and that was another neat thing I mean we all knew the same Slovenian song that our grandparents and parents used to sing to us the new only skin Pegula I get on the bus well I love hearing the stories because it really reminds me that there are a lot of adventures out there for people to have that maybe they just haven't considered is doable or how to go about it and I think you've given people a lot of great ideas for that are you going to be able to extend some of those lines that you found or is that something that's going to have to wait for another trip I did some last night actually my great grandmother I knew nothing about her background and I found some notes the told me her sister and her mother and father wow what sounds like a world of fun Nancy and I wish you all the success in the world as you continue to extend what most of us would consider very difficult lines to extend thank you she's Nancy more from Charleston West Virginia just back from Slovenia and this segment has been brought to you by familysearch dot org and coming up next we're gonna talk to my friend Bernice Alexander Bennett she is a genealogy podcaster plus a researcher at the National Archives in if you're thinking of.
"slovenia" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Visit Slovenia dash automotive dot com to find your perfect bald the expected full house vote could come within the next hours Democrats have been debating impeachment all day correspondent Linda canyon with the latest it is about corruption and the constitution that's why says house Judiciary Committee chairman Jerry Nadler it's up to the house to stand up to the president for his impeachable acts it is about a president who abuses power to coerce an ally to intervene in our election and poses a continuing threat to the integrity of our next selection the president is charged with two impeachable offenses abuse of power and obstruction of Congress the city council has voted to move forward with the original timeline for legalize pot in Chicago the vote was twenty nine nineteen against efforts by the black caucus to delay the rollout until July there was a lot of back and forth procedural votes ahead of the main vote older men chase urban held things up for a little while the motion the motion before the body now is to sustain the chair's ruling that your your motion is overruled that is correct okay and then the next most call you to vote on either in Irving police are out of order please you are you're out of order the card czar for please call the roll the caucus argue that there is not enough participation by it minorities bill cameras is my life it does have a plan to eventually include minority on ownership in the new industry bidders city council debate left the impression that the marijuana to count out black and brown people but she's vowing to get them in the game fundamentally what we're talking about is making sure that we provide access to capital so that black and brown folks that want to enter this market actually have the equity that they need to be able to start up a business whether it's because cultivation a dispensary trucking on there's a lot of different ways to participate I'm in this market and that's the kind of things that we've been talking to the black caucus about since October but the black cauldron who urged delay in never did come up with their own plan no camera into the less Amy that a news at city hall governor Prisco signed historic legislation into law today the governor signed a bill to consolidate the state's six hundred forty nine suburban and downstate police and fire pension funds into just to pension funds up next they're trying to do the same for Chicago and state of Illinois pensions two men convicted in the murder of nine year old tie show only have been sentenced to prison Nick Gail with the story a judge's sentence gunman bright Dodi to ninety years in prison and get away driver Corey Morgan the sixty five years the two were convicted by separate juries in October in the twenty fifteen shooting death of Lee prosecutors say the two men lowered the boy into a Chicago alley and that Dodi shot the boy a close range while Morgan watched in a nearby get away car prosecutors claim that Jodie and Morgan targeted Taishan as part of an escalating game feud they allegedly believed to gain the link to the boy's father was responsible for killing Morgan's brother a few weeks earlier and wounding his mother Mikhail W. L. essay M. eight ninety news the family of a Chicago police officer Eduardo Marmolejo hit and killed by train last year while pursuing a suspect with a gun filed a wrongful death lawsuit claiming negligence against mattress south shore line the train conductors the suspect in the city of Chicago marmalade when the officer Conrad Gary responding to reports of shots fired at a hundred First Street and often when they confronted the male suspect Edward brown as he ran up the tracks police later said it appeared the sound of another passing train may have drowned out the sound of the train which ultimately hit them from behind the suit also alleges there was a dilapidated fence and poor lighting R. Kelly pleaded not guilty in Chicago federal court to a new indictment brought in New York alleging he bribed in Illinois official to get a fake ID for fifteen year old singer Elena a day before he married her in nineteen ninety four new allegation adding to a sweeping racketeering conspiracy charges a Kelly sexually abused under age girls in sports the bulls take on the wizards in Washington tonight the Blackhawks host the Colorado Avalanche WLS news time right now five oh.
"slovenia" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Visit Slovenia dash automotive dot com to find your perfect bald find any other real for talk radio succeeds WZZM well this morning we touched a record from nineteen eleven and getting down to twenty two degrees at its heart of winter kind of cold thanks we will be quite that cold tonight was still solidly below freezing of twenty eight no records of tonight partly cloudy Thursday forty eight in mid thirties Thursday night I mean urologist Scolari more from the weather channel for talk forty six A. W. C. now keeping you connected with the latest news this is talk radio six CD W. CBM and W. C. B. M. dot com good afternoon at five thirty one I'm Michael Phillip belly in the six eighty W. C. B. Amerila news center with the headlines making news this hour brought to you by a E. S. builder and home improvements call one eight hundred seven eight seven S. A. V. E. or online at eighty as home dot U. S. city police investigating a shooting in southwest Baltimore in Palermo Avenue around six forty five last evening a nineteen year old with a gunshot wound to his arm hospitalized in good condition a sixty seven year old man died from injuries he suffered in the middle river house fire yesterday in the unit block of contact court group found Richard forest Brady in the living room where investigators believe the fire started it's twenty years behind bars for a Pasadena man who killed two people in a wrong way crash on route fifty in Annapolis in September of last year Terence almond struck a man and a woman riding an oncoming motorcycle originally Avenue he pled guilty to negligent manslaughter two months ago police say someone was drunk at the time an FBI release list forty nine hate crimes reported last year in Maryland sixteen a Montgomery County and around the county was six three in Baltimore county more than half of the victims targeted because of their race or ethnicity eighteen percent were targeted because of their religion and about sixteen percent because of their sexual orientation thirty seven degrees of the inner harbor in downtown Baltimore thirty five of B. W. Y. reporting at five thirty two I'm Michael philatelic six eighty W. CBM news when we talk about builders and home improvement companies you can search and search hoping that the one you call will be the right one will go no farther than he has builder and home improvements two months into his family of employees know how to give you exam for your service on any project you may have and speaking of projects to Munson introduces the customer's choice project choose your home improvement project be it windows bathrooms kitchens roofing or additions and save up to twenty five percent off the cost of the project up to twenty five hundred dollars this offer now until December fifteenth Jackie rights thank you all for far exceeding our expectations Dennis right thank you for signing a person of high caliber to this physically and technically demanding renovation these Meryl there's have experienced Tim's heartbeat when we're done you'll be happy if you're not happy we're not done call one eight hundred seventy seven seventy to eighty three or on the weather he S. home dot U. S. call today and save up to twenty five hundred dollars screams store Friday savings start Sam song four K. TV's are huge eighty two instead of fifty eight one nineteen ninety nine screen store the big screen store things start no prices guaranteed through Black Friday so why wait if the price drops for Black Friday we'll refund the difference.
"slovenia" Discussed on KCRW
"Slovenia county Virginia and you'll see forests and farms and civil war battlefields. Then you come upon a stately brick wall. With the words fawn lake a gated community with a private lake and a golf course you can say over here. Dave Walsh, moved here to retire. We drive down a cul de sac and look through the trees behind an unbuilt lot. All that area is clear cut. We're solar panels are going to be and it's on a hill. There's no way you can disguise that one corner of the massive project would but up against the back of this gated community Walsh and others at lake say, they support solar in theory. But not here, it's not in keeping with the type of setting that people. But houses here, you know, they wanted to be out in the woods. Essentially opponents have a long list of arguments against the project. They say it's too big half the size of Manhattan, they say will hurt property values. And they say the supposedly green technology is actually bad for the environment causing trees to be clear cut. They've been packing into public hearings by the hundreds testifying late into the night. Greg Ben is on the county board of supervisors representing the area. The opposition took him by surprise. My initial reaction was this is going to be the easiest decision. I'd ever make the solar plant would pay millions and county taxes, but us virtually no county services, no schools. No, teachers, no, fire trucks, and the Amazon says no police cars, no traffic on the road. I mean, how how much easier can get a private developer called s power is behind the solar project. Most of the energy would be sold to Microsoft to power. It's enormous cloud data centers in Virginia. This is the start. This is the harbinger of a real maturing industry. Now, Scott Sklar is a sustainable energy professor at George Washington University. And he's been involved in solar since the nineteen seventies. He says solar is growing so quickly on the east coast conflicts like those in spots Vania will only become more frequent I understand concern. But you really have to look at the bigger picture here that if you do not. Not move in this pathway, fast and ambitiously you're going to have way more problems than having some gleaming, solar panels. He's talking about climate change. Scientists say there's just a decade or so to drastically reduce emissions in order to prevent some of the worst impacts of global warming. But many solar opponents spots Lavinia are skeptical and they've taken their case to national audiences on Fox News host Sean Hannity linked the project in Virginia to a big climate proposal by Democrats in congress. What really happens when a green new deal project comes to a neighborhood near you. The fate of the solar farm is still uncertain Virginia's already approved it. Now, it's up to the county board of supervisors for NPR news. I'm Jacob fenced-in..
"slovenia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Evil. Terrorizing people. Bexhill-on-sea? Your next story of a bother in Beck's hill comes from PJ, O'Rourke, bexhill-on-sea lovely little English. Coastal village has a lovely little problem. Bechtel's overrun with Bechtel's. A backsaw local Sussex dialect is a European door mouse, we creatures resembling mice except with furry tales. Great big is on a soft fluffy coat, the most adorable creatures you've ever seen, but lately perhaps due to climate change. The little darlings have been breeding like the dickens Brexit is infested with an estimated nine hundred thousand Brexit's. Now, what door mice do is be dormant curl up in a sweet little ball for negotiate asleep. Nerd doing it, everywhere and Brexit launcy. But did you so precious that in this nation of animal lovers? No, one has the heart to disturb them to cute to shoot has one local. Put it fortunately for the citizens of Brexit. Brexit hasn't happened yet. The EU commission is sending in a special team from Slovenia to deal with the problem and say team of Slovenian chefs because in Slovenia, the dorm is considered a delicacy. Thousands. If not millions of dorm ice over running backs hill in there too cute to shoot in your last story of bexhill-on-sea, minus comes from Paula Poundstone. The UK's bexhill-on-sea was quite a quaint little town until X exposure to the Amway company..
"slovenia" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Customs data showed Chinese exports to the US whereas thirteen point four percent to forty four point four billion dollars ticking up from July thirteen point three percent growth imports of US goods rose eleven point one percent to thirteen point three billion dollars from decelerating from the previous months. Eleven point eight percent that is four spotted Jeremy house reporting. A lot of concerns about the Brexit and exactly how it is going to take place and who will affect economically the European Union's cheap. Brexit negotiator says that divorce agreement with Britain by early November is possible. And that triggered a big rally in the pound people felt more optimistic during a conference at alpine lake resort in northwestern Slovenia, Michel Barnier said Brexit deal was in his words, not far away. That's of eighty percent of the withdrawal agreement has now been agreed to breaking news and analysis can be found at townhall dot com. Trial proceedings have begun against Volkswagen on behalf of investors, alleging the company did not give them timely notice. If it scandal over cars right to cheat on diesel emissions investors seeking ten point four billion dollars saying those fog and didn't give them the facts they needed to decide what to do with their shares before the scandal became public. The US Environmental Protection Agency had accused those Thakin in September two thousand fifteen manipulating diesel emissions. That is Charles de LA desma for those who use regular gas prices remained steady over the past couple of weeks, but feel press handlers. Probably Lundberg says prices do vary widely around the country, low average in this panel of cities Jackson, Mississippi to fifty one and that is the same as it is in bachelor Rouge, the.
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"slovenia" Discussed on 3D Printing Today
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"slovenia" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Paul and investor finally you cannot pay with cryptocurrency and slovenia's biggest shopping center yes this is a of an experiment slovenia's toronto marketed self blockchain central and government policy that wants to be the european hub for anything to do with blockchain technology which is what underpins cryptocurrencies like bitcoin and theory so be btc city is the name of the shopping center which is just senate serendipity isn't it because btc's also the abbreviation bitcoin and then are developing an app l e pay which will allow you to pay with with with cryptos in any of the shops in in btc city on the water park that sarah's well the thing is talked to the founders of cash sheila which was another slovenian startup that was trying to make bitcoin something that people could just pay a regular transactions with the issue is at the moment these cryptos the so volatile nobody's going to use them to actually pay things that because of course if you that something that you pay thousand dollars full this week is going to be with you know eight thousand dollars by the end of the year not exactly going out and by bag of crisps but but it is sort of proof of concept i think this this is where they see it going when all the fuss around cryptos dies down and they do become a viable alternative payment system than the slovenian startups want to be in that first with the means of enabling that guy thank you very much indeed.
"slovenia" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Kids at the winter olympic games this morning men's ice hockey debuted and russia at the gold medal favorite with to nothing lead and lost a slovakia three two two while the us led slovenia three too early in the third across the gorge jobs stay pleaded have sixty four slovenia fair debt is empty this is true welcome aboard look at it forever scott ties in with a forty seven were battered kitty albert on nbc they went to over time slovenia had all the momentum and very quickly richard astro free staters aside sal merger comes from her two there's a good teacher the satanic ski here's teach yard two sunderland j slovenia the veins cleared on stage baird over time for you to no nhl players competing in the olympics for the first time since nineteen ninety four the women's slalom postponed again to tomorrow night because of high winds third time in four days and alpine ski event was delayed it means michaela schifrin is now scheduled to compete thursday friday and saturday after originally planning to compete monday wednesday and saturday sports at fifteen of fortyfive an allnews 106 nihtilae am 740 kcbs gartner red aboard you got a king oh come on.
"slovenia" Discussed on WSB-AM
"It there's nothing that forced and while the word things of that dossier that made me wonder whether or not they were in fact accurate in true just because was unverified didn't mean it wasn't true to have a relationship of trust between the president and justice department and the fpr and if that trust breaks down that in effect creates a chrysler ego's dulong drought fees over neighbouring slovenia soda philadelphia america's solutions are discussed here the nile michaels called it it it it's over loved finally bob super bowl fifty two go to philadelphia i've never said that before because it never won won they won the nfl championship 1960 has been a long drought so now they're tied with the jets how everybody is going to be a big our company way dan had a girl be joining us for the wall street journal and i'll be able to take a lot of calls as well as look at some of your feedback from our facebook live account from this morning and the number to call one eight six six four await seven six six nine if you're in the the aspirin virginia area i'll be there 5 o'clock on friday barnes and noble andrew jackson the miracle of nauruans thanks so much everyone you've kept it rank for the last fourteen weeks to more and we tie jefferson in washington so let's get to the big three ryan's big three super bowl fifty two the defense forgot the show up on both sides justin timberlake probably wish he didn't and we're gonna look at the philadelphia win and what it means and how this celebrating by wrecking stuff numbered zuhdi daca deal revisited shutdown starts friday i doubt that will happen book compromises on some way bohdan phase one of immigration reform not encouraging to me from what i heard i'll explain number want memo of any of the dam's want their memo and they cut the want their memo out i should say the country still debating nunez's led release we review how we got here and what we know and what this investi where this investigation is going and that's where i want to start first off on where it's going what was the significance deva nunez release in this information he frustrated what's he frustrated about well for the past year we have a pursued to try to find out too in the intelligence committee on the house and.
"slovenia" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program
"There is one welcome to when slovenia and like you know with pay of paintings there is way heard the news right doesn't matter there was there is one you know there was like a painting of t o n mcnabb and they were it was like a campaign trailer further hall of fame candidacy and i was like i kind of respect that but i didn't know there is there's so many of those silly thing to be driving around with her he eagled side note eagles van still embraced teo they should i forgive bannon sorry sorry no no no other guy so yeah we uh we got some soft pretzels and and crab fries and then we went around and played like washers have you ever play that game now leads names in the parking lot that we went inside and i all rosy in the press box so after he was like why are you here like you should be with your people enjoy i said and you have friends here because i know he's gonna got no reason the tout to tell us you know a few days later just created because this i feel like you're rosenthal this this passionate like island guy i'm not is the not looking at play ocular morales a good coach i could see him coming up with something to be whereas the wolves i wa young weekday rosy were boy it it is still willing i out with me i was excited i picked the eagle's i did do i to do so rosy was like don't you have friends here and i was like you know what i do have friends here and i'm going to go see them so i have some friends they have a box at the link so i went and i hung out with them and it's a it's actually the woman that i went and met up with she's the reason why gotten a sports and it was my first internship ever was a sports radio station and she was like sort of my mentor and she's like a really close family friend so it was.
"slovenia" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
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"slovenia" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"The photo what it is it's just it's a limb he's got a bit but bed bugs bites that his live on the second arm to me i don't know what it is but their getaway by them yeah so this guy in it british airways eric nielsen and his fiancee and her daughter oh run their way to a slovenia for a funeral they found themselves at an overnight flight from vancouver to heathrow so this the canadian couple our family to be i guess the trip left the three of them covered an insect bites allegedly caused by bedbugs well i could get a lot of crazy people in these flights you don't know where they came from bright come on let's be realistic that international flights he said he first saw the bugs on the seat in front of it they sought there was a tv monitor and they saw the bedbugs kind of quote around like on the screen and stuff it's it's the legs i see another shot okay oh all over as calf oh next apparently they're not receiving very good customer service is this guy's pissed on twitter well i would be angry too i would be angry oh yeah how about the family listen this is the brazilian family ready for this on a monday could you use it extra tow i'm just asking the question could use an expert o aurelio hillary good this family everybody has twelve fingers and twelve toes don't twelve families twelve okay so fourteen members of the same family of twelve fingers and twelve toes it's a genetic condition called police activity pauley dak till tilley police actiity paul actively that's it um so that's the most people who have this particular genetic disorder are not able to use the extra digits but this family that the silva family in brazil they all know how to use of all they've been trained their trade like monkeys i tell you when people are able to use those is it be because they're they're they actually just aren't functional or because your brain does it know how to utilize them both good questions do not know although these people put them to use of.
"slovenia" Discussed on The Sports Hub 98.5
"While the restart back to daily man slovenia international fines kofi pharrell on the turn nemeth nemeth scott his cross inner bird are not tested first defender at the near post gonzalez's peres the movements of the attack it third night for the revolution just don't did good a be guarded the door to good cult of us with a soak opposed john who just got tremendous pace who's who's movable fulfillment jio bummer sal kofi and support mussa quickly for paul well back to the right side they're gone other that should have gone ugo cut tomorrow an added delo within the just just pulpit in the well maybe attire task there the rest finishing up the busiest marcy of their season there that extra game added back in september ii to road trips excellent home jose tend to be in september here in foxborough but i still no good results on the road and an awkward touch back there wasn't on purpose oh by all walks saw no no foul there many 84 still neil neil here in foxborough mass the precious coubadja aburto on gristle in assad because is there don't try by this the 585 situation this second third for the revolution there could nicollier the rest dillon was quick they're afraid i paul walls it it it position tomorrow try to get around parkhurst couldn't russell has sought afflicted up through the pacy of route so there then all trucking back this quick there's the though unoki by the dream of every with the bulk quickly if they do that they could break the served atlanta side is there a goal in this game times waning burke absurdly have brunei sharpen here brought to us as good crazy roses stones are those elves perezrodan assistant referees offside the yala painted way out of a corner still double march here just to to our package delo whose thoughts so good job iaaf dilma good opportunity for the rush jess who lutely win will say this christianity off the field there's a hard world little had what went to exergen this deal salute those little clinton era another delo was a lose go users right bank to support research this is the niece of try and for.