35 Burst results for "Sophia"
AP News Radio
Los Angeles school strike ends, but no deal announced
"Workers in the Los Angeles unified school district have ended their three day strike. We want more what? The striking teachers aides bus drivers, custodians, and other district employees held a rally Thursday in they were joined by district teachers and solidarity. Sophia munoz is a special education teacher's assistant. We're hoping just to bring awareness and let the superintendent know that we're here to make a difference if you don't give us what we want then this is what's going to happen. Now you're going to see how much of a difference we're going to make without us being in our jobs. The district workers have been fighting for more pay than their current average salary of about $25,000 a year. It's not clear if any progress has been made in negotiations with the school district. I'm dawn of water
AP News Radio
How Chicago elects a mayor, and why a winner may take weeks
"Chicago was holding an election today for mayor, but it will likely take weeks and a runoff election before a winner is declared. 9 candidates are competing for a chance to be Chicago's next mayor. That includes current mayor Lori Lightfoot seeking her second term to win the office outright a candidate needs to receive more than 50% of the vote. That's unlikely with such a large field, so the race is expected to go to an April 4th runoff between the top two vote getters. The election is officially nonpartisan and has not considered or called a primary, though all the candidates call themselves Democrats. In addition to lightfoot candidates are U.S. rep Jesus Chewy Garcia, former school CEO Paul valles, Cook County commissioner Brandon Johnson, businessman Willie Wilson, state rep cam Buckner, activist Jamal Greene and city council members Sophia king and roderick Sawyer. I'm Julie Walker
AP News Radio
Weed Nuns-Weed Nuns Intro and Wrap
"For a group of women living in a commune in a remote part of California, marijuana is a religion. The self proclaimed sisters of the valley are nicknamed the weed nuns. I'm sorry. When we first heard it, we didn't know how to react but after a few seconds it was like, we'll own it. And we did a fist bump and we're like, okay, we're the we done. Sister Kate Miocic started the enclave 8 years ago. They don't represent an official religion, but where traditional habits. Part of I think the gentle way to heal the problems of the planet is to have women own in control more things. Sister Sophia Maya costara says they are cannabis products are meant to heal. We're not ditzy stoner nuns. You know, we try to say that to folks. We're scholars. The nuns top seller a tropical sob to sue they joints. I'm Ed Donahue
Men In Blazers
"sophia" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"We are so bloody grateful to all of you who have supported us and this book pre ordering means so bloody much to us and we can't wait to be with you for that magnificent October 11th event and evening truly not to be missed. Thank you. Thank you, thank you, godspeed and courage. So here we are. World Cup 2023 is on the horizon. A lot of people, people that you, we've learned, do not listen to pundits and players alike have been talking about the youth of this current U.S. team. And that classic paradox of you can't get tournament experience without going into tournaments inexperience, how do you process that on the national team or else where that lack of experience, or is that kind of the very challenge, which is driving you in this moment? Yeah, I mean, I think that is one of the biggest challenges because it's true. This national team is young. There's a lot of us who don't have experience in big tournaments where a World Cup or an Olympics are on the line. So I think we need that time together. We need the experience together. The national teams in the past that have been as good as they are. It's because they have had time together. They built those relationships. They have the chemistry on and off the field. Everything that they do flows and it's because they've had the time and have the tournaments and the games to build that. So I think with this younger team, it will take time. But I think once it starts clicking and I think it already started has started to do that a little bit. It's going to be so fun. And I just can't wait. I think a lot of people, you know, are maybe doubting the national team right now because it is young and it may not look like what it has always looked like, but I think it's a work in progress. And it takes time to build a team that's the best in the world. And we want to continue that legacy because that's what this team has always been. And it's a lot of pressure, but it's exciting and something that I know all the younger players are super excited to be a part of. Sophia Smith, it has been an absolute delight to be able to listen to you and last question before we close for the week. You said at top of the interview, the year ultimate goal was to be the best in the world, which God, it's an incredible ambition even to articulate. So let me ask you, what does that look like to you? Is it a World Cup Golden Boot? Is it the Ballon d'Or? Is it just a knowledge that you can be any defender anywhere in the world in a one on one when you close your eyes? And you think about being the best in the world, once you see? I mean, I see all those things. I try not to care too much about any type of award because those happen and they don't. I think I just see myself at the end of my career having done what no one else has done. And just being a player that's really fun to watch. And honestly, I think, while that is my biggest goal, I think putting it in perspective, my goal is to be the best player that I know I can be. And if that's the best in the world, that's awesome and amazing, but if that's just being Sophia Smith, that's all I'll be happy either way. God, to be the best Sophia Smith that you can be. It is a joy, really, a wonder to speak to you. Sophia Smith, godspeed. Thank you. Sophia Smith, what a human being. And that, that is it for this week, only one NWSL game this weekend. That is the bad news because the league is taking a pause, for Labor Day. We
The Ben Shapiro Show
The Left Wants to Remove Your Right to Raise Your Children
"Been running for a very long time that left wing jurisdictions are going to make it unbelievably difficult to raise your children. That there will come a point where all your kid has to do is mention, for example, that they disagree with you about same sex marriage or about transgenderism. And the process will begin, whereby you're removed from your child. It's going to make it impossible for religious parents to send their kids to religious day school. It's going to be impossible for parents to raise their kids in traditional way. Even in non traditional ways, as it turns out, there's an amazing story by Kelsey bollard from a friend of the program over at the independent women's forum that is well worthy of coverage because this is the direction in which the left would like to see the country move. They've already done this in places like Canada where they've made it illegal for you to tell your boy that he is in fact a boy if your boy says that he is a girl. So here's Kelsey reporting quote Jeanette Cooper never imagined she'd lose custody of her child. The 44 year old lifelong educator always considered herself a loving and responsible mother to her daughter, Sophia. But when at age 12, if he has suddenly claimed to be transgender, Jeanette was skeptical. Sophia had never exhibited signs of gender dysphoria. In fact, Sophia exhibited many more traditionally feminine behaviors and preferences than Jeanette ever had. To Jeanette, it didn't make sense. But Sophia insisted, not only she was trans, but that she was unsafe around Jeanette. What followed was an almost kafkaesque series of court proceedings and therapy sessions in which Jeanette's ex-husband's lawyers therapists and other individuals and institutions, supposedly concerned with Sofia's best interests, worked to erode Jeanne's most basic parenting rights, nearly three years later, Jeanette can't even visit the daughter she loves. She lives less than ten minutes away, but can only communicate with Sofia by the mail. All because she says Sophia is a girl. So what exactly is the story here? Well, it turns out that Jeanette is not exactly a traditional Christian mom. A Jeanette shaves half her hair, but not her legs, often doesn't wear bras, purchases clothing, regardless of whether they're in the men's or women's department. She jokes that if you subscribe to traditional gender stereotypes, she's the one people would think his trans. But that's precisely how Jeanette raised her daughter outside the confines of traditional sex stereotypes, which mistake number one. But she says, quote, I don't think there are any bounds on what it means to be a female other than to exist in a female body. There's nothing I have to do to become female. I simply am. Okay, well, this happens to be biologically accurate. She considers herself a radical feminist as Jeanette. She has voted Democrat in every election since she was 18. When addressing the discrepancy between her political beliefs and her views on sex and gender ideology, she has said, quote, the difference between libertarianism and anarchy is a fine line.
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
People Need to Give Their Sons Better Names
"I'm searching today and I come across the most popular names of 2021. Now listen to this. Those popular boy names of 2021 were Liam, Noah, Oliver, Elijah, James, William, Benjamin Lucas, Henry and fedor. The girls were Olivia, Emma, Charlotte, Amelia, Ava. Sophia Isabella, Mia Evelyn and Harper. I love that I think 6 or 7 of them ended in a a lot of my ex-girlfriend the next large names ends at a's. I don't know why. I think that's very feminine and beautiful, but those boys names sound like the perfect fit for the new generation of soy boys. Do they not? Come on. Where's Debbie? Where's Donna? Where's Joey? Where's John? I'm not even gonna ask where Frankie Vinnie Morocco are. But we need those names back in circulation. Listen, if you're home and you can't get your car started, you're not gonna call your buddy Elijah to help you. If you're on the side of the road and there's some fucking problems going on, no is not coming. No it's not coming. Benjamin, I don't think Lucas is going. You know, I was coming, Frankie Joey and Vinny, they're gonna come help you. Frankie joining me are gonna bring the shovel and the bag a lot, and they're not gonna ask the question. Just gonna start digging. These fucking names, Jesus. I will say I'm happy to see the name James making a comeback because I was getting tired of coaching kids named Declan and durban and all these,
AP News Radio
Kyiv shrines, memorials with powerful symbolic value at risk
"As Kiev braces for a Russian attack many are worried about some of the nation's most sacred orthodox shrines located there the city is the spiritual heart of Ukraine some of the holy sites at risk date back to early one thousand years to the dawn of Christianity in the region the landmarks include the golden dome St Sophia's cathedral and the monastery of the caves others include the multi tower at St Michael's golden domed monastery and St Andrews church there is no confirmation that Russians plan on targeting any of the sacred sites but civilian buildings have already been hit another cities including the assumption cathedral in the city of Kharkiv I'm Walter Ratliff
The Podcast On Podcasting
"sophia" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting
"I need a following like asthma latte and like gary v and like so feel arena. I need a following. So i'm going to start a podcast and remember that. The podcast is one of the major tools that help shoe to be able to gain that audience that you want in the first place my instagram. For example think i had a hundred and twenty or one hundred fifty followers before i started my podcast. And now there's like seven thousand followers on my podcast. I used to get one or two likes on post and now i think i'm getting like five hundred to a thousand likes on post on each post so that is why. I really hope that you take that away. If you were like wondering should. I even have a podcast. Because i don't have an audience yet. Just imagine a swift slap in the face and open up your eyes and say all right. That's how i'm going to build that audience. That i need so love it love it love it. What is the final piece of advice. Sophia that you want to give to the listener and before you mention it. I will let the listener no again. We don't cost on all of our podcast episodes but when we do we do it right when we do. We've mark explicit because we don't want the whole podcast to be taken down so this podcast tidal has a cuss word in there. She did it on purpose in order to get you to be surprised and to open up and say what's going on here. I gotta try that so shit show of my twenties. No i'm saying it wrong. You gotta fix it. Show my twenty s okay. The the i missed it. So that's already in the show notes so if you're listening just grow right down and you'll be able to check that out. I hope that if and when you do if you listen to like one or two episodes and you have a good feel for what you think of the podcast. I would ask you to give an honest written rating and review with so four sophia. She reads each. And every one of these. And that way you can know what else you want her to talk about. An who else you want her to have on the show to spend just a couple of minutes and it really only takes that long to leave her rating and review and feel free to let her know. Hey i heard about you on atoms. Podcast go ahead and say that in the review to and if you haven't reviewed this show go ahead and do it. So we're wrapping up. And i want you to share what you want the listener to know before we go. Yes so something that. I wish i would have focused on earlier. Is linked in so i just started really focusing on it the last thirty days so the last thirty days decided okay. I miss share stories. I've never shared before ammunition..
The Podcast On Podcasting
"sophia" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting
"If i think it could be a good fit later on but right now i just don't see it as a good fit. I love what you're doing. I just think it's a good match for the show. So just being honest with them and just being transparent in another thing. Yeah i would say that's the best advice is just being honest and transparent and even though it's hard it's a lot better than doing an interview that you know is not in the limelight with you and just sitting in through the interview it's harder. It's a lot harder than how to say. No and you know no is actually a lot easier when you compare it to that interview and compare it to being not in the and comparing it to having that discussion that you knew at the beginning was not one that was supposed to be had very good. The second one that you mentioned was also really really good takeaway waiting until you're ready. I thought that was interesting. Because there's such a big difference. There's there's just gonna start. And i'm not going to over. Think it and it could be crappy podcast with sound quality below. What you want it to be could be that you don't have the good the best guests you have the wrong guest. If you move too fast it could be that you title it wrong. There's a lot that could happen like if you go too fast but at the same time if you go to slow you might never ever do it so i think that's really interesting. Is there a balance point for you. Sofia because i generally preach to my listener. Ready aim fire. I generally am telling them. Don't go ready. Fire aim like everybody else's telling you as i'm just curious do what do you think the balance is of what you need to think about what you need to have done where you can change it. Later that's appropriate in your mind. Sophia i realized they tend to attract log perfectionists early. That's because i'm a perfectionist..
The Podcast On Podcasting
"sophia" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting
"So i think it's just really having the courage at the beginning to reach out to them and just to know even if they say no. That's okay and that doesn't necessarily mean no forever. They could potentially be aghast in your podcast a year or two three years down the line. One of the things that i really liked that you said was that you would look for guests everywhere. And you you actually. You named several different websites. Like pod match pod booker and several others. So i'll instruct the person doing the post production editing of this episode to go back and listen to each of those. Make sure to get good notes and we will be having all of those links that you mentioned all of those resources in a cute little area on the podcast show notes and so if you're listening now if you were like man she went so fast. Don't worry we've already linked each and every one of those up it's in the show notes. Just scroll down and be able to click on those hyper links for any of the websites that she just mentioned another thing that i really love sophia that you mentioned as you were teaching us how to get guest is that you. Just don't worry about what they say that you're not concerned they might say no. That's okay and i think that's one of the scariest things that hold me back and many other people back in you to. Sometimes i'm sure it has been inhibiting but being open to the rejection or the not now is super duper important and the third takeaway that i got from you is that you were asking tons of guests prior to the launch of the podcast before you had a big following before all of these things happened and you mentioned that you would sell them on the vision. You would let them know you who you are what you're trying to achieve. And it was something that they wanted to get behind. And i think that's a takeaway the all of us can have so with all that said you gave tons of good and useful tips and i wanna find out in your experience where you are right now so via has been like the absolute.
Babes and Babies
"sophia" Discussed on Babes and Babies
"Welcome back to the miraculous mama's podcast i'm your host elizabeth joy and we believe in empowering people through storytelling education. If you missed last week's episode. Go back dr glenn. Robinson is on talking all about getting healthy. We do a lot of nutrition on this podcast. He introduced me to my. Oh practically they had never heard of it before and he shares some about with us and just like some simple tips on getting help Healthy and he has an awesome book out right now healthy. Dad's sick dad. And you should go buy it. I really enjoyed chatting with him In today we have a fun episode. I have on sophia and she is a registered dietitian and she helps women. Obviously if you're ovulating she helps you ovulate get pregnant and state pregnant And she's gonna tell us how she got on that path. Why she's passionate about it but we're actually not even gonna talk about that today. We're gonna talk about finding a provider and advocating for yourself It's a topic that she's really passionate about. And i'm really passionate about because We've both had those experiences and we know so many people that have had those experiences of going to your provider and trying to share with them. What you're going through and just either being completely dismissed or they're unwilling to work with you or they only have like one answer. And you're like i really don't wanna take that route. What are my alternative. And you just kind of get the i roll and the will. There's nothing else. I can do for you type of thing so she. She helps us see how to find a provider. That's going to to help us. And if you're in that trying to conceive phase the questions to ask what you should be asking your doctor And not and how not to get that typical response of like. Oh you wanna start trying to conceive. Okay come back in a year if you don't get pregnant so she gives us some great tips for that. I'm super excited to have her on. And i know that she'll be back to talk about the millions of other topics she and i are both really passionate about Before we dive into the episode. If you're listening and you're not subscribing make sure you hit that subscription button and follow us on instagram and make sure that you leave us are reading also next week. Veto is going to be on the podcast. We're going to do a little cuban a and to share some stuff with you guys that's been going on in our lives slightly and i always love when he comes on open beetle comes on podcasts. At is talking with him. Like i don't talk to him enough. Talked to them all day long But i always. I love him so much. I love when you guys get a c- a little glimpse of him on here. So if you guys have any questions for us make sure that you write in and we'll do our best to answer that right. We're going to dive into the interview. All right everyone. I am super excited about today's episode. Sophia here. And she is known as the trying to conceive nutritionist She's a fertility dietitian. And i had her on instagram story before and i just had such a great time talking with her. Because i'm very passionate about this topic because there's so much that goes into having a baby that we don't really talk about so i'm excited that she's here to offer her experts year. Yeah exit and to help us. How to advocate for ourselves when it comes to having a baby what important questions to ask our doctors and how to get the ball rolling instead of just being told okay try for it so try and come back in a year right which i love and hate that advice because it's not really advice but i see why doctor said and so what we're going to talk about today just kind of like equipping yourself being ready to have that conversation and you know going into that appointment ready to partner with your doctor. And that's really the way that i want you to see your relationship with your physicians as you're trying to conceive even when you become pregnant when you're getting ready to your baby like all of those things seeing them as a wise expert that you consult were. Meanwhile you are the queen. You are the president. He's the secretary of medicine. Yeah you make the decisions. But that's a wise person to ask right a to look at your relationships with your physicians Yeah i'm super excited to talk about it so before we dive into. I'd love for you to tell us. How did you get into this work. And what brought you to be passionate about helping. People be knowledgeable on trying to conceive and the steps that they need to take so it. Really you know as many of us. Dietitians began in our fledgling nutrition careers. It started off with me having health issues that my doctors couldn't really solve and i knew nutrition was abusive at. They were just really not equipped to help me with and You know they would you come in with gi issues. The best you can get is like a pilot sak prescription. You know you're really not gonna get much from them. They'll maybe do like scope though maybe take some blood And look for you know these. Do you have like a roaring tapeworm parasite or something like that. But other than that. They can't really help. So that kind of started my journey of wanting to learn more about food and what it did. And i was in like seventh grade at that point and then as i grew up i knew i wanted to be in healthcare so i kind of thought i wanted to work as a physical therapist and i.
Work in Progress with Sophia Bush
"sophia" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush
"When i i gave those words i received thousands of inquiries from people saying well hell. How do we breathe. How do we push. How do we leave her. You know how do we. How do we show up to this. And and so that i. I left the country. I moved the rainforest with my family and central america for a whole year. Wow i had a room of my own. it's a gift. That few women of color mothers activists are ever given. I thank god for it. Because i was just able to sit it. Felt like being in the womb of the earth and it wasn't able to sit and breathe and think and i poured through everything i had written since i was seven years old regional i had written and every textbook i had gathered and i began to ask this question of how how and i began to see patterns practices that i had never seen before practices that i call the core practices of revolutionary love. So that's when. I started to write my book. No stranger and you'll see it's forty pages of end notes in the back because it's deeply researched you know. It's pulling from neuroscience and ethics and history and psychology infused with ancestral wisdom. Like how did our ancestors find Resilience longevity how did they build community where they were anti-racists healthy sustainable community. And how can we do that now. And so that is what it means for me to organize around love. Now i started the revolutionary love project and people can go to see no stranger dot com. And you'll see all of our work brought to life a whole learning hub and teaching videos and guided inquiries and meditations. And you know what. I'm seeing now. Sophia's i'm seeing like schools that are taking revolutionary love and making it the ethic of their school culture or houses of worship bringing their congregations around it and teaching it with each other seeing seen universities of seeing activists. So i i feel like my work now is quieter but it's actually deeper netted. Some revolutions happen not just in the in the grand moments where people are are. Are resisting revolutions happen in the spaces where people coming together to inhabit a new way of being That now that i found revolutionary love. It will be the song. We'll be singing for the rest of my life. That's beautiful home. And i'm i'm so excited about what you've built so that we can participate not not just in the more not just with c o stranger but but really giving people a place to go and return to is such a gift and i think about how fortunate we all art have to have a guidebook like this that you know you published just last year and even that the documentary divided. We fall is is scheduled for a release this year with with updated footage. I i'm curious looking at what sinoe stranger means. An revolutionary love becoming ethos and a curriculum. What do you hope will be the impact of the release of the documentary and and and the the kind of community that you're building with all of this information for us. Yeah so nine. One one hub dot org nine eleven hub..
Work in Progress with Sophia Bush
"sophia" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush
"Are you a saint or are you a fool and bovey uncle would just say you know. God wants us to serve all. I don't think people of color whose who've been killed by hate violence or state violence. I don't i don't think they have to be superhuman or saints to be able to be remembered and recognized for their dignity to be affirmed. And there's something remarkable about bogere uncle. You know the more i have. I spent time with his family even after his death. The more stories emerged of how deeply he led with love. Just how deeply. Even when on the day he was killed he was at costco buying those crates of flowers and he saw A jar at the checkout line to donate to the victims of nine eleven. He just emptied out his pocket. Everything had seventy five dollars he. He was looking for a flag to fly on his store on the day he was killed because he led with love it changed. His brothers was part of a big family and how they chose to respond to his death almost every year. In the last twenty years i returned to the gas station where it will be. Wrongful was murdered I sit at the spot where he was planting those flowers. I closed my eyes. And i make my promise bogere on glide promised to tell your story every year and and a few years ago. I went to make the promise. And that's when the hate violence was skyrocketing in rana his younger brother. Who's been trying to tell the story for at that point. Fifteen years turned to me and he said nothing has changed. And i said okay. Bogere uncle lead with love. Who is the one person we have not yet tried to love and sophia. The next morning we called his killer in prison. We called frank rogue and at first. Frank says while. I'm sorry for what happened to your uncle. But i'm also sorry for all those who were killed after nine eleven. He's not taking responsibility. But then rana listening to frank. He can hear what i can't hear. He keeps wondering about him right and he says offering. This is the first time. I've heard you say you were sorry and praying says yes. I am sorry for what i did to your brother. When i go to heaven to be judged by god. I will ask to see your brother. And i will hug him. I'll ask for his forgiveness. And ron says we've already forgiven you. Forgiveness is not forgetting we can never forget what has been taken from us. Forgiveness is not forgetting but forgiveness is freedom from hate freedom from animosity. And and i think that if if ron so d could you know could refuse to create another us versus them if he could refuse to let anyone outside of circle of care. Even what would happen if we could do that as a country it would be. Revolutionary will be incredible. I think about that. That gap the fifteen years between your uncle being killed in a new speaking killer and he mentioned that you didn't know when at the start of those fifteen years when when you went on the road and you began to document and tell people's stories co from town to town and make sure there was a record of people being harmed by this kind of violence. You didn't know it was going to turn into documentary. You didn't have any background in filmmaking. I'm very curious about how you put the film together..
Work in Progress with Sophia Bush
"sophia" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush
"You're up all night. You're just gonna be with sophia and you don't have to be perfect you just have to be present right here. It's like what if each of us could cultivate that way of loving ourselves. Well what if each of us could be guided by our highest wisdom. What if each of us could return to the wonder that we felt when we were one small and open and willing to be undone by the world. Well it strikes me that the container you created to hold both and which is the theme. I come back to again and again and again again and again in my life. How can i hold more space for all of it. You saying. i'm i'm going to lean into you know this wise woman not my little critic. I was a camp counselor and a babysitter in a nanny. I was everything i did. You know up until i went to college and it was years later talking about how to manage this Sort of behemoth this hulk sized monster that is my inner critic and i the metaphor. I came up with this. It's less poetic. It wasn't a a you know wedding to my wise woman on a throne. But i thought oh there. There is an adult me and she should be driving and kind of like when i was a camp counselor. I had to keep everybody else's kids alive. There's a bunch of kids in the backseat. And half of them are great and half of them are pains in the ass and not not wants is like the worst kid in the cabin. Yeah i just have to put that that one in the back seat and take a deep breath and drive the car. But i'm driving the car so good and it's sometimes when i'm really in it with that self criticism is the thing that helps me to stop and say who's driving right now. Who's driving. And if i don't feel like it's my highest self. I don't feel like my most capable self is in charge. I literally close my eyes. And i think like park. A car opened the doors. I have to go get in the front seat and it helps you know what i love about that..
Eye On A.I.
Ben Goertzel on the Development of Sophia the Robot
"I'm very interested in the end. The drive by many researchers in two unsupervised lowering different forms of unsupervised learning i. I'd like to hear generally your thoughts on unsupervised yourself supervised learning that doesn't depend on label data and then personally i'd like to hear what's going on with because i see you on the internet all the time but i've talked a lot to people in the chat bot world and adult understand what's going on with severe because i know that chad pods are not that sophisticated is to feel truly connected to in a i that when you see to it is speaking back is a topic that people are very confused about in in many different directions thinking. It's more than is unless than sophia obviously hansen's creation more so than mine i was i led the software team I two years in the first thing i understand. That's a hardware cloud one ansett a mushy platform as its lexical leaking control that same robot when a host of different software systems friends. If you're a naive observer watching if any the robot there's really no way to tell what's going on behind the scenes in any given was affairs on a major talk show is something may be less entirely scripted advent. Of course the humans many entirely certain advanced also reading a script reading off from there could also sometimes need some of in chattanooga by and large in such encounters. There's a lot of scripting ghoneim associate standing out by giving a speech to the un or something. there's a lot of just type in soviet is reciting. That's not a very cool robot.
Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"sophia" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"My dog blanche is in here even o. Rien thought he locked her out high blanche. Well she's having a seat that's fine. You could hear her jingle she's good. Let's get into this guests. You know this is a fun guest. I really enjoyed having sophia bush here in the studio we were both axed and then i felt bad because then i tested positive and i had to call her and say oh fuck she's good to go and It was kind of You know you just gotta be transparency. Shit i don't know what to tell you. I just found this out i gotta taxed and But you know you know for one tree hill. But she's been a ton of stuff False positives a movie on netflix. Which is really dark and she was a great guests. You so articulate I was intimidated by orion. Yes i just thought. Oh she's a beautiful woman and She's very intelligent. And she's perfect for me because I think Piketty smart for me which is too smart. I know you are smart person. Well i just felt a little like you know. She's got so much going on that. I would probably bore her. Even though i find myself to be somewhat amusing. Not that i mean. It's all i'm saying. Is that thou when i was interviewing are like. Wow this is this is a real woman here. This is a really really liked her. She's amazing It's an amazing interview. I think i got under nerves once. But i think that's par for the course but it was a great interview. So what do we step right into it. Let's get inside of sophia bush..
Podcast Movement 2021
Sophia Yan Discusses the Challenges of Producing 'Hong Kong Silenced'
"You just wrapped working on hong kong silence which really sits at the center of a lot of very hot topics china just how challenging was that production to pull the yellow one of the biggest challenges that we faced was in figuring out how we can best protect the people that we were interviewing there is there is apparently technology now where you can unscramble voice distortion and you can figure out what somebody actually sounded like. And so in our efforts to try to protect these people were trying to figure out how to master voice in a way that they wouldn't then later be identified because not all of them were willing to use their real name. Many of them were still in hong kong and with national security law. This was a law that had come in a little over a year ago. Criminalising really any active dissents that the government. The chinese government didn't like it criminalizes. Very broad buckets subversions session terrorism peugeot. Anything that the government thinks is basically not okay And so these people are still in hong kong that we were speaking to a really at risk if they were to be identified at risk of being arrested and then possibly charged with this new law under this new law and so we were trying to make sure that we were able to protect them and so finding them was already tough because of course they were worried about being so much out in the open as speaking about these very personal issues and really their political views and then secondly we were trying to figure out how best then to deal with the audio so they were issues for instance in where we restoring the files. Especially for me locally. I'm based in beijing. And so i generally think devices are compromised by the state. I think probably pretty much all hacked So where we were storing files how i was sending them securely over to our h q. In london and also then what we would do with voice and so in the end we decided in all cases were the people had to be anonymous that we would then use a voice actor to then read the lines that we wanted and so it changed a little bit because it just sound more professional. You can tell that it's a an actor reading it. Sometimes i mean obviously in character and we were able to find people with an accent cantonese. Accent for instance reading in english and in some cases we needed that anyway because of the translation because we interview people in candidates so we needed the translation into english but even still just ground all of these little nuances and how best to deal with. The situation took quite a while to ensure that we could then tell these people who agreed to speak with us that we couldn't that we had done our best to make sure that they couldn't be identified later
Everything Everywhere Daily
"sophia" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily
"Before i begin. Let me address the elephant in the room. How do you pronounce the name of this building. The problem stems from the fact that the name was given classic. Greek which is pronounced slightly different than modern greek in the city was eventually taken over by turks. If you had no background in just a standard english speaker you might pronounce it huggy however that has never been how it's been pronounced there's also higher high gear with eight silent. The standard pronunciation in what i'll be using in this episode is this would be as if it were spelled a. y. a. which is actually how it's spelt in turkish and modern greek. It might be is. The second thing is the meaning of the name. I've read in several places where they prefer to the building as saint sophia. That is emphatically not what the name is. And never was the name of the church when it was constructed and holy wisdom and it was an attribute of christ not the name of a saint with that out of the way. The ice afia is one of the largest and oldest extent buildings in the world by this. I mean it isn't a ruin or just a structure like the pyramids but an actual building with four walls and a roof which is still in use today as a building. Is the third church to exist on the current site with the previous two churches having been destroyed by riots. The first church was known as magna ecclesia and was commissioned by the emperor status the second the son of constantine the great in the year three sixty. This building was destroyed by riots in the year four. Oh four the next building was constructed by byzantine emperor theodosius the second who consecrated it in the year for fifteen and remember back to my very first episode of the podcast that the byzantine empire was just a name given to the eastern roman empire. After the fact all of these people consider themselves to be romans that building which also held the name. I afia was burned down in a riot in five. Thirty two during the nika revolt against the emperor justinian which was the greatest riot ever seen in the history of the empire. Half of constantinople was destroyed and tens of thousands of people were killed the nika. Riots are a fascinating subject involving opposing sports teams and we'll be the subject of a future episode the emperor justinian who i previously talked about my episode. The plague of justinian was a big builder and when the previous church burned down. He wanted to leave his mark. He commissioned what would be the biggest building in the world. it wasn't just the biggest building in the world. It was the biggest building in the world for almost a thousand years. It wasn't until the construction of the cathedral of seville and fifteen zero seven that anything surpassed in size. The building is of masonry construction built with massive arches and domes. It isn't a light building with thin walls. As you see in gothic cathedrals in europe it has the appearance of a massive structure which is what was necessary at the time to create something so large the central dome is fifty five point six meters or one hundred and eighty two feet five inches tall with a maximum diameter of thirty one..
Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso
Creating Partnerships That Matter With TED's Lisa Choi Owens
"Well. Lisa welcomed a girl boss. Radio thank you happy to be here. Well so today you are the chief revenue officer the cro and head of global partnerships at ted. But you know like a lot of us. We've had a lot of different jobs before we got there and actually your first job. Straight out of college was on wall street. Which is so different What was that like. I mean this is going to age me but working on wall street way back then pretty much fit every nightmare story. Every bad stereotype that you can imagine. I actually was working on the trading floor which was just so challenging on so many levels like if you were to think about me to everyone in that organization would have been fired. It was just kind of extreme case that things that you've seen in the movies effectively where women were wildly disrespected It was an incredibly male dominant very aggressive environment and one that i just be just wasn't ready for it. Toughened me up. It turned my mouth into like a terrible potty mouth as a result because that was actually the only way that i could kind of have any credibility with folks there. I'd have to like throwing bomb in order for someone to actually hear my voice so it certainly toughened me up. I mean on many levels. It was so difficult that like every job. That followed was easy but it was pretty crazy introduction into the work world. What is an example. Because i mean. I can imagine from the movies that you're coming into this wild room where it's mostly men so i mean i have so many stories from like being invited to strip clubs and people using the squawk boxes to place bets on how much we a woman who has had put on during her maternity. Leave to just being cursed at on the floor
How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry
"sophia" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry
"And take you hairdressing and bothering careers to the next level now for today's episode is a different one because i'm currently having two weeks out just a little bit of time reach by threes. But i couldn't leave you without having saint to listen to today. And i've been wanting to just bring to you some of my favorite episodes. I've done over the last four years because we've had some incredible guests on our show two hundred and five episodes plus a special episodes and some of them are white and our library and they may have just missed you. You may have not heard of some of these interviews that we done back in a time so today. I'm going to bring to you a interview. The done back in april two thousand seventeen. We've sophia hilton episode. Six now held to this. Point was really really new. In fact the hair industry was still relatively new to just can these interviews that. We've all probably become more accustomed to in today's as well but having some fair coming on soa liaoning to the early days of how to cut it. It gave us a springboard to go on to become a name that the now is and sophia. Come onto the show. We interviewed her. I was in my studio. She was based in london and she was quite new into launching her new soun- not another salam. And this the podcast. I was so curious to know about her. How she came up with a salad. What they salaun was gonna be wanted to learn about her social media because at this point she was a uk's most followed salam with over hundred thirty two thousand followers. Well that's been blown out of water since i interview so that is exactly what we are going to listen to in this interview today with sophia. I'd say the sound quality is very different to what you become accustomed to. Just we've improved with the podcasting since then but it doesn't take away anything from most popular and highest downloaded podcast episode of all time. So that's why..
Monocle 24: The Globalist
Firmly in Control, China's Communist Party Marks Centenary
"It is one hundred years today since the chinese communist party. The ep came into being. It was created as a result of ironically western influences from the likes of marxist intellectuals so what does today's ccp sand for and how does it influence. Play out in modern day china. Well it's tell us more. I'm joined by the ceo of china dialogue isabel hilton and sophia. Yan telegraphs correspondent in beijing to regular voices on monocle. Twenty four welcome back. Good morning tea both. Good morning isabel. If i could begin with you just explain to us how the communist party came about. Well the the first meeting of the communist party the one. We're celebrating although mao. Actually when he was asked couldn't quite remember the date so this date is slightly arbitrary It it was twelve people Twelve chinese delegates one soviet and one common tern representative who met in the french concession in shanghai for a few days until the shanghai till the french secret police took an interest. They then reconvened on a boat on a nearby lake and that technically was the founding meeting the ideas themselves had been swirling around pretty much since the fall of the qing dynasty which was not the ching dynasty that the the last imperial dynasty china Phalle as a result of quite another revolution which which the communists had nothing to do with But the the swirl of ideas. Since i guess about eighteen sixty in china about how china needed to reform amongst the many threads that were that was Was marxism along with ideas about democracy science. All kinds of different discussions were going on in china and this one Emerge with soviet assistance into the communist party.
Science Magazine Podcast
Keeping Ads out of Dreams
"First up this week we have news interns so feel not know. Her story is about a letter from forty scientists warning of his efforts to influence people's dreams. Hi sophia hey. This letter is asking for regulation to prevent the signatories call dream incubation advertising. Is this a real thing. Is there evidence that people's dreams candy manipulated die some evidence but not a lot basically researchers in the last decade having trying to do so what they call dreaming. Kobe show which is to guide people to dream about things that they want them to dream and they have some success the lab but this is not something new. I must say people have been trying to do that. For millennia like asian. Greeks tried to do that to dream about specific gods by listening to players or thinking about something before going bed and what this researchers are trying to do with to do this in a controlled way in the lab.
Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier
"sophia" Discussed on Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier
"The princess. Sophia was safe.
Red, Blue, and Brady
Why and How Are Lawbreaking Gun Dealers Being Protected?
"So let's jump right in. Josh and. Chris can have you to introduce yourselves. Sure hi everyone. My name's josh. Scharf legal counsel and director of programs. Here at brady i lead are combating. Crime guns initiatives. I i've been on a couple previous episodes but it's nice to reintroduce myself to everyone. Yes and now you're proud owner of peleton which means you're up there with christian in terms of guests. I am proud owner of a peleton. But i wouldn't exactly call myself very good at it yet. You'll you'll get there. You'll get there. I thought at least like six brady people on the podcast. talk about peleton's is just. I want you in the club to josh. That's and chris. How about yourself. You don't have to share what workout equipment zone. But if he would introduce yourself to everyone. I have a ceo in my house named sophia brown. My daughter your insisted several months ago that we purchased peleton and so yes. I have joined the club to. She's much more likely be found on the peleton than i am late I can understand the addiction for sure. And i'm chris. Brown president brady. I think i'd love to just start if we can at at school house rock level. Here you know what. What role does the atf. Actually play in terms of having oversight in the gun industry. You know why. What is that even look like gang. The eighth yeah has jurisdiction to insects gun dealers across the country. Josh talk about the numbers of those dealers but we have tens of thousands of guns gun dealers across the country. Who are some are small operations what we call mom and pop operations and some have retail operations. That are very very marging. Part of what they do is they sell. Consumer goods in some of those goods include guns vast array of different kinds of operations and atf. Is the agency charged with inspecting those
Chicks in the Office
Kim Kardashian Denies Affair With Travis Barker: 'False Narrative'
"Kardashian did a little q. And a on her instagram story and she cleared up whether or not her and travis barker have ever had a romantic relationship. I've ever had ever hooked up of war. She wrote false. It's a false narrative and that she's happy for him. And courtney so i think we just gotta take it from the queen's mouth. Yeah i think waves lying though she could be lying because she would never say yeah. That did happen. But i think if it did happen they would have just kept ignoring what was going on. And that was the you. Don't you could pick which questions to answer. She didn't have to answer that question. She went out of her way to say false narrative and maybe it is true but maybe the whole is like now. We're just going to squash this right now. Either unbelieving kim k. Maybe travis barker wanted took with her. They were friends may be tried to pursue pursue her. And courtney was with scott. Maybe kim with single at the time. But everyone's happy. For travis
Breaking Math Podcast
Game Theory: Iterated Elimination of Dominated Strategies
"Game theory is all about decision making and how it has impacted by choice of strategy and a strategy is a decision has influenced not only by the choice of the decision maker but one or more similar decision makers. Today's episode will give an idea of the type of problem. Solving that is using game theory. So what is strict dominance. How can i help us solve games. Why are the obnoxious seven. Wanted by the police. All this more on this episode of breaking math episode thirty eight the great stratagem heist via filling in for gabriel. Is my mom diane baca. Thanks for being on the show. You are very welcome so today. We're going to be talking about game theory. And you listen to the previous episode. So do you wanna give recap on what you understand on. That'll be interesting. Okay yes this is a test for breaking the hard part about this is that i of course not Super knowledgeable about game theory. So this is going to be fun From the last episode. I gathered that game theory is about making decisions based on whether it's advantageous to you and possibly advantageous to the group but basically you make it. You make your decision always in your favor so You can into logic puzzle and you are weighing the choices always and in that way in of choices. I guess. If you're doing game theory you can compare to. People one is you. Can you compare their two choices and together you look at which one mathematically would end up being the best choice for the move that you're going to make is that okay. Yeah that's pretty much sums it up We went through a few different strategies with With broken leg. Oh the person who was part of our saw parody and oh and before we go on. There should probably mention that. My mom taught me math. Um so The cheese the reason for brady meth. I'll take that credit pinkie so much i. I did teach you math longtime ago. Oh my god yes. I'm a math teacher. But i think i taught sophia algebra when she was in third
Comedians Interviewing Musicians
"sophia" Discussed on Comedians Interviewing Musicians
"That is my new anthem. I love you took something. A dude said about chick and you're like no mine Next great guys were here with sophia johnson at the hyatt regency on the water. Thank you so much for being here. We are comedians interviewing musicians. If you're having a good time please drop some money in those tiny buckets for missile via. And if you're having a really dope time we want to come back and see us slash feed us. You can join our patron live. Smells really good in. Here is good feedbacks. If you come fajitas they fetus. If you become a patron member you also get fed. So thank you for that shameless plug because yes they do. Smell really good Can't join us for. Yeah for dollar month. You do dumber shape with a dollar. A month i can guarantee i can't even begin to tell you. I don't want to brag. But i'm in all of your guys rings and i know what you guys are getting delivered on your porch is. You could get you could get. I will show up on your port. It's kim came to box. Yeah came in box. Came in a box him. We gonna play a game. It's the new year. There's a lot of like i and lasts that occur in a new year because we're human beings time is a joke. I dunno i last. We're gonna play. It's like a weird version of truth or dare. It's either going to be. I'm going to ask you to answer a question about the first time you did something or i'm going to have you. Show me the last something on your phone. Oh okay this one. I'll be fine. Don't worry we we're all we all have insurance. We have insurance. Yes hundred zero but yeah but We derive we're not in england. We don't get okay. Fine fine fine fine no insurance or good curry. Go all right. I'm going to ask you to tell me about the first time you ever got grounded or like in serious serious trouble with your parents or you can tell me the last time you disappointed your mom and because some of that like what the first i'm like. Why did you break that last time. Why are you a comedian. Rebecca if i ever this is so bad i was such a goody two shoes growing. Oh i didn't really used to really get into trouble at dow about the little things. Did you like i was a kid. I was scared the roles and scan. It was scary part like like school. I used to get really stressed out about school and always do my homework and never never do anything wrong. Fill me out. And i'm not in school. I i still have an anxiety dream. That i did not finish. My philosophy. dissertation did not get my degree. I got my degree. I totally did. The whole thing happened many years ago. But i still to this day have a anxiety dream that i didn't do specifically i did joint honors english and philosophy. A uni anna graduate. Go to to one. I did fine. But i still have this dream that i didn't do the the philosophy dissertation. I don't know why that that parviz so traumatic dreams. Let that die. I don't know how all it's horrible. And i still haven't even now like i said i still have then even go to school. I never went still freaking out looking at math. I don't know if that's english. Okay okay do you remember your first like most embarrassing moment as a teen or a child the first time he ever remember being super super embarrass or the last texts on your cell phone as funnier if i tell the the first time. Remember being really really embarrassed. I was doing a gig. And i was about like maybe i was about nineteen and i was sick. I was really really ill on like but the gig was well paid even then showed real gotta eat. Don't show biz be fine and we were on the break. And i was sitting at like for some reason. They let us sometimes at these events. Say that you're not allowed to mix with the The official at the guests go. Hi and they put you in a darkened room and join your break with a band which we pretend to be. Someone's cousin and get drunk for free. Jesus so i some reason they had no. They realized that they should have kept us away from the general public. I was sitting there. And i was ill and i felt like this huge sneeze coming on and i sneezed and like a huge snow came out with my nose and i was like ooh. Oh my god. And i turn around and like the groom and the best man will like both like just looking at me with this. I grabbed like this really fancy napkin off the table and like the like. That's her veil that one. I remember like being like. I'm never going to go over this. Go over it now just told you about anymore. But i remember at the time. And i was like nineteen and i was like being employed by these people and just let the grossest to show them. You're inside yeah. Yeah fun too. Sick to be here really and i'm probably gonna infect all your guests and the whole thing felt bad. Yeah and that's what happened really. Yeah i thought you were like sneeze on the cake or something like ooh thankfully. I thought it was gonna come out the other end to be honest. That's where kim's. I was like well. Let's talk first time. These options would have been way worse. In retrospect it wasn't that bad but it did feel very at the moment in a moment. Diane yeah it was so long. It's never happened before it came down to my lap. You're like somewhat shark tank. Big good chemical balance and just gave birth out of all national. Okay the first time this is. I guess that's kind of similar. I was gonna say the first time you've messed up on. That's not messing up onstage. What was the first moment. You realize you were in texas like the first texas moment or the last voice memo on your phone. I say this. Because the first texas moment i got into an all out screaming fight with somewhat about barbecue. And it's not my highest moment. It was not a good moment for me on and it was an uber driver. He was an asshole and he got what he deserved..
The Auideo Show
"sophia" Discussed on The Auideo Show
"Full circle. You know like it was like thing. We're the sydney opera house right now. Like oh my god. I remember like i love my alphabet. Day is like a bow tie all dressed like it might just kind of famine succeed does in a way That was amazing and then trying to think of like. That's cool though. healy park. We oh yeah. We don't actually have to print so little. And i worked with france like in the beginning career. Twenty thirteen actually Yes it's beyond the song third girl when he was still here And we had like goal there. We didn't but it took us three years to meet him after that though we didn't meet him until two thousand sixteen But thirteen the.
The Auideo Show
"sophia" Discussed on The Auideo Show
"Screw on so. I feel like lizard was my like prints that i found you know but instead of being in our dj got to help her go from like you know. Point eight to the. She's still going. She's got a lot of career of still. And i want to go to you. Yeah it's nice to have a teammate. That just is constantly growing. It just makes you wanna costs only grow to Won't it kind of gives you determination and gives you a little bit of a kick in the butt to keep going. And that's so cool and i like how you guys have each other to kind of you know. Keep each other accountable you know. Make sure you guys are there for each other and support and close while you ever have marriage. We call each other a wise because that journey just going through a journey like that with somebody of just everything think of you know until being here and it's you like styling you know you gotta have you got. Yeah more more respect like we tell people to you know you got to like each other to as well is like being able to work with each other. Otherwise it doesn't work. And i could see touring touring with this guy for like mancino. What i mean it would. It will be a difference What's your favorite thing. Though about touring. With liz. Or just touring in general I just this is the other thing actually got really understand during my during quarantine it may be think about. Why artists. In why i do what i do. And it's because of energy because of that exchange. It's like i. I missed so much feeling that wave of oh no one knew affected someone in a positive way you know and knowing that they did the same for you to set the energy exchange. I miss it so much. that to me is like most beautiful part of being artists and perform and and.
The Auideo Show
"sophia" Discussed on The Auideo Show
"I'll do it. Like checking with the girls do like last week like feeling about the vaccine you know and and i was like i'll do what we gotta do. You know and shoot me a get back to normal and go back to work. You know what you think about like. Have you heard about them. Possibly requiring a card like the vaccine card for you to travel and stuff because i on that I heard that like a live nation for example which we. that's who are underneath. When we do our joining they were gonna make people show the card to get into their shows and which means we as performers have to do it as well which means that's happening and i'm sure like flying to do it. I'm sure like going certain places you're gonna have to do it. They're gonna find a way to implement that different things so but then it's like had like verification cards how often laminated them for like thirty bucks. A pop yeah goodness but yeah. I feel like that's you know the way that people feel like we're gonna chew will get back to normal in there and try to protect as much as they can. So i'm giving into it i'll do it Or for everyone else and for my career for oh so feel i. It's like she had lake. She felt a little bit of the symptoms. You know and the to have. She's chilling out. She's right that she checked on the girls. What does that mean. I'll live chat concerns. Suna people from like the tour party. Like i think like me her shelby and sean say in front like so Shelby's hairstylist shots as one of the series like sosa friend from houston since she was like twelve and then me and so like right. Now let me see what it's called right now. We're called some twenty one how that's real summer and we cannibal for working out so it's a like like sweaty like that's every one of those groups to a regular text but well what does fee on. They're like well random do that. That's already taken. We'll we'll we'll think of. I think it should be shot girl summer girl summer. Okay what what are you guys like to drink. Oh goodness i was thinking vaccine shot by the way we're gonna talk about alcohol now. Let's see i mean. We're both gin and tonic tonic risky oh. It took me a long time. Like gin and tonic. But it made me like Ginger made me like gin area. Have you ever had that before bidders to. Maybe you know that girl i liked. What your favorite tequila..
The Auideo Show
"sophia" Discussed on The Auideo Show
"I'm sitting here. That's all. I can tell you honestly when i think about the was like oh my god what was i was insane and i was. Yeah i just know. I was just jumping into opportunities. That i've always wanted you know and this now i was young. I know i know boyfriend. I know kids. It was like the time to work like that. Nothing was holding me back. And so yeah like i basically I started radio. And i just put an album before that And i was still trying with liz. Oh and they love that they love being able to have an employee that was on the road with someone like that and being able to still tell tales on the radio And bring it back to the community like that But i don't know how. I did a little things at once. I did and and i'm very proud of myself that i did that. And i will say though like wants to pandemic it and we got sent home so basically a it was a year ago. Last month march ninth. Things will make got sent home and we had just been on. This is crazy roller coaster going up that entire year. We're twang nonstop. And i remember that month. We actually Lizl sold out the rodeo and seventy five thousand people in seven minutes and so we were preparing for. I like headlining stadium show and we were rehearsing in houston and there was like two days away from this show and they were like you know. We're we're just seeing southbound cancelled We were seeing all these things like or is even gonna happen and they're like no happen like happened like south park cancel cousins people flying in from the world. There's a reason why that happened. And then like the day before this show there were like it was canceled because the role after dislike being flung around and just working nonstop to stop like fat such a halt was really hard for me like also sent home in the house and.
Why are Jokes Funny?
"What makes something funny. He i didn't own. Can you tell me if someone to be iowa but not that many. Today's question comes from a few. I'm sophia and i'm seven years. Old question is why jokes. Funny minute onto know. Why jokes a funny. And i'm five sheild. Funny good question. Everyone on the answer together. Maybe get some good jokes for the talent show. What do you reckon. What makes you laugh bombs not. Let me get a pen to write this down today on. Imagine this. we're talking about the silly there. Giggly their tummy tickling. We're looking at the things that bring a small to faces and that funny noise at amounts all the things we find funny and why on earth we laugh about them and i just the person to talk to science writer and professional. Funny person benny hobbs. Let me just give her a bill. I barely hear bernie. I need your help. I'm a talent show and on eight. A rabbit to pat john and goose egg baba's shop cooled off on unicycles juggling kittens miller well. What's your talent niche jerks. I just wanted to tell some funny jokes. I'm on my way. Hi everyone giddy so fast need when it comes to jokes. I'm very serious. This is no laughing matter.
Good Life Project
Wu-Tang, Power And Possibility With Sophia Chang
"So my mother tokes. Chang was born in north korean. Nineteen thirty two. We share a birthday which is kind of extraordinary. Yes i was my mother's birthday gift and She fled north korea. When she was fourteen she was one of nine siblings and her two brothers had procedure the eldest children. The two oldest brothers had preceded her than shoot. She and her older sister were the next age down and they followed them and the assumption was all of them would follow and so she went on this heroin. They went on this harrowing journey. They got to the train station. They were supposed to get off at she and her sister and they got off a stop too early because there was a north and south which they didn't realize and as soon as they got off the police were there because they were already anticipating the people were going to try to be escaping and you the country had already been kind of divided you know the north of the communist and then the south would be with the americans and so a lot of people were fleeing and she also came from a relatively wealthy family and they also knew what this means is all this is going to be taken away so they get off at the wrong stop. They get taken in by the police and interrogated there two teenagers. I mean she's fourteen. Her older sister sixteen. They didn't arrange a story. They separate them and of course they don't come up with the same store and they said okay. You're trying to escape. We're gonna send you back on the first train tomorrow morning and there was a man in the station who overheard it and he was clearly somebody greater authority and he said what are they get back to the hotel and in the meantime i'll give them a tour of the city and so he gave them a tour of the city while they're walking around the city. The actually see the name of the hotel that was supposed to sneak them self and so they. They clocked it that night. They go to the hotel. My mother's sister gets incredibly ill. The police come the next morning to take them to the train station. And they see how she is and they say we'll give you data rest will take you tomorrow morning.
Chicago alderman withdraws residential museum rules plan for historical projects
"New developments in a story. We brought you last night. Fourth ward alderman. Sophia king has withdrawn measure that cultural and preservation groups. Say would have made it difficult for them to convert historic homes into museums last night here on. Wtt w king explained that the measure would have allowed for a community input process to allow residents a say in whether or museum opens in their neighborhood but groups working to convert the homes of civil rights icon emmett till and blues legend muddy waters into museums. Say the ordinance was just meant to block their efforts
The Hinterkaifeck Slaughter
"In the eighteen sixties. Hinder kaifaqu was built on vast farmland in the state of bavaria germany. One large l shaped building consisted of the machine house the barn and the living quarters a second smaller building served as a tool shed while the rest of the property was framed by dense forest. The nearest town known as grow burn was less than a mile down the road from the farm. A slightly larger settlement called catholic lay south of the far which is where the farms name came from hinder meaning behind so behind. Caifa in one thousand nine hundred five. The unknown owner of enter kaifeng died and left the farm to his wife. A woman named to there are no known records of when or how chilean at twenty-six-year-old. Andreas gruber a wiry hardworking local. Perhaps she saw andreas as the perfect man to help manage the farm or maybe andreas saw opportunity in the property owning older widow. And of course maybe it was love regardless to chilean married. Andreas one year after her husband's death making him co owner of inter hyphen check and in eighteen. Eighty seven to chillier gave birth to their first daughter victoria. The family made more than enough to support a newborn but they were also froogle. Records are unclear over what their farm actually produced and sold but their wealth drew plenty of unwanted attention. The surrounding villages kayak and grow burn stayed and connected via gossip in since. The gruber's were fairly private people. They bore the brunt of the rumors. They were polite and helpful but no one considered them warmer friendly. They never hosted neighbors or joined community celebrations southern isolation as hostile but most just found it. Strange andreas was the target of most of the hearsay. His stinginess rudeness and temper drew plenty of criticism along with his abusive nature. There were whispers that he beat chillier throughout their marriage and win. Victoria was old enough. The abuse landed on her as well. One of the families biggest scandals happened in the early eighteen ninety s. The couple had a second daughter sophia but around her second birthday. The young girl mysteriously died. Andreas was rumored to lock his children in the farm seller for days as punishment. So those who knew. The family suspected that. If sophia wasn't killed by one of andrea says violent outbursts. She likely died of neglect. Plenty of villagers considered these stories tall tales. The gruber's might not have been the friendliest people made up for it elsewhere. They treated their employees well. They lent their neighbors food as long as it could be paid back and they hired those who desperately needed work. If the rumors affected victoria didn't show as she grew up she mingled with the neighbors more than her parents did. She was hard working. Pretty and approachable her. Normalcy seemed to calm people's suspicions of the family in nineteen. Fourteen twenty-seven-year-old victoria married carl. Gabriel a man from the nearby town of law. Little is known about karl or the arrangement of this marriage whether it was for love or more practical matters the latter seems likely since this union led to changes in hendrick affects management for unknown reasons. Andreas enchiladas senior had passed down. Ownership of hinder kaifeng. Back to victoria curl was also made owner of the farm. Thanks to their marriage contract whether it was. Victoria's union the presence of carl in the house or the new ownership. The first year of their marriage was a disaster. Especially for carl testimonies suggested that. Andreas mistreated carl in. Refused to step down as patriarch based on andrea says history of abuse. People whispered about screaming matches and violent fights. Carl bitterly complained to neighbors about how unhappy he was. At the gruber's he told his friend. Laurenz schlitt and bauer that the family was greedy. They even made him skip meals to save money.