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Sheriff: Baldwin fired shot on movie set that killed woman
"A famous actor has been involved in the deadly incident on a movie set in New Mexico what was supposed to be a routine day of filming for the western movie Restos turned tragic the movie's director of photography it's dead and director Joe Sousa was injured when they were shot by a prop gun discharged by actor Alec Baldwin it's unclear how the incident occurred authorities near Santa Fe are investigating the photo director identified as halo Hutchins was airlifted to a hospital where she died so that was taken to the ER at another hospital local news reports say Baldwin was seen at the sheriff's office in tears but reporters were unable to listen a comment from him Baldwin is listed as both star and producer of the movie production on it has been shut down I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
The Founder of Planned Parenthood Was a Eugenicist
"Have you asked yourself. Why is it that planned. Parenthood clinics are disproportionately located in high density minority areas. Why could it be pachon. Because the founder of planned parenthood margaret sanger in whose name awards are given out each year one of which was received by hillary clinton yes. She's a proud margaret sanger award recipient. Could it have anything to do with the fact that she was a eugenicist. Don't take my word for it. Look at what she said about the enfeebled of mind and those not fit to live or to breed especially the poll black community. She was such use geneticists. Such a hateful murderous bigot. That hitler himself. This scene is one of the most chilling scenes in our friend. My colleague nesta sousa's death of a nation where he reenacted and read had reenacts actors read the latter. Adolf hitler wrote to the leadership of the national socialist. German workers party that is the full name of the nazi party. Let me just one more time. National socialist workers party of germany that he wrote them a letter. Instructing of the leadership of the nazi party to congratulate margaret. Sanger on her clear thinking and eugenicist starts.
"sousa" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo
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"sousa" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo
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"sousa" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo
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"sousa" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo
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Lagging Routine Childhood Vaccinations Lead to Call for Action
"Aren't eligible for covid vaccines yet, but they still have to get other vaccinations. However, lots of kids are behind on routine immunizations needed for school and time's running out. You need to get your kids vaccinated. Patrick Ashley of D C. Health that we've heard from some parents that it's hard to get appointments with their pediatricians. And so we've got community provides. Voters here at 34 locations that you can sign up. Find that at vaccinate done D c dot gov appointments are required for routine pediatric immunizations, but not for Covid vaccine. And tomorrow covid shot clinics at three D. C. Middle schools will give parents of $51 gift card and kids a choice of the gift card or airpods, while supplies last that's at Brooklyn, Sousa and Johnson middle schools between 10 and four Kristi King. W
"sousa" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman
"But it's this. This meaning is hours to do as we please. We created it. We've created a need for it and so that's our problem to solve. I don't apply beyond us. I think we as humans have a lot of responsibilities but then moral responsibilities and a lot of the responsibilities that much more easily fulfilled if you find meaning in them. So i think there's value to meaning whether it's real or not i just think we gain nothing from trying to anthropomorphized the entire universe. And also that's the height of hubris. That's no for us to do. Yeah it also could be just duality in quantum mechanics. It could It could be both that there is meaning. And then there isn't and we're somehow depending on the observer depending on the the perspective you take on the thing i mean even on our true but the weather things have meaning on on depends a lot on. Who's looking whether it's us humans. The aliens are the giraffes clara. This was a incredible conversation. I learned so much. But i also am just inspired by the passion. You have in the us very for someone. I'm very passionate about not finding meaning in the us. You're the most inspiring nihilist. I've ever met. Just kidding this the your i mean. You're are truly an aspiring communicator. Of everything from phosphine to life to quantum astro chemistry. I can't wait to see what other cool things you do in your career. Your in your scientifically they so much for wasting your valuable time with me today. Really appreciate it. It was my pleasure. I had already got my four hours of productivity. Before i got here. It's all downhill from there. Thank you thanks for listening to this conversation clara sousa silva thank you to on it. Grammar blankets and indeed check them out in a description to support this podcast. And now let me leave you. Sa- words constantine secorski. The earth is the cradle of humanity but mankind cannot stay in the cradle forever. Thank you for listening and hope to see you next time..
Searching for Signs of Life on Venus and Other Planets
"You're the world expert in well in many things but one of them is phosphine would technically be correct to call you the queen of phos mean. I go for dr. Fast in Queen is an inherited title, I feel but you still rule by love and power. So but while while having the Dodge title goodness, kindness kindness in September 2020, you co-authored a paper announcing possible presence of phosphine in the atmosphere of Venus Earth and that it may be a signature of extraterrestrial life like maybe big, maybe there was some pushback. Of course from the scientific community that followed friendly loving push back. Then in January another paper from University of Wisconsin, I believe confirm the finding dead. So where do we stand in the Saga? In this mystery of? What the heck is going on on Venus in terms of fostering, in terms of aliens? Let's try and break it down, okay? The short answer is, we don't know. I think you and the rest of the public are now witnessing pretty exciting Discovery but as long involves as it unfolds, we did not wait until we had, you know, years of data. From ten different instruments across several layers. The atmosphere we waited until we had two telescopes with independent data months apart, but still, the date is week, it's noisy home delicate. It's very much at the edge of instrument sensibility just a petit and so we still don't even know if it is fostering. We don't even really know if the signal is real, people still talk about that.
"sousa" Discussed on Classics for Kids
"Patrick s gilmore. An irish-american is known as the father of the american concert. Band gilmore made his name putting on huge concerts. One concert alone included a thousand person orchestra. A ten thousand person chorus and six bands but gilmore started out as a cornet player who eventually organized his own band. The gilmore been wore snazzy military style uniforms and played concerts of marches dances and music from popular operas. And operettas victor. Herbert was an operetta composer. Who also spent time as a band master in fact when patrick gilmore died in eighteen ninety. Two victor herbert took over conducting the gilmore band. That was the golden age of american bands. There was no recorded music back then and very few symphony. Orchestras professional bands toured the country. And a lot of towns organized amateur bands. That is people who played for the love of it. The hero of every band was the cornet. Soloist that set of variations on the carnival of venice. Attune we know as my hat it has. Three corners is by frenchman. Giambattista album one of the earliest masters of the cornet. The cornet looks a lot like a trumpet. Both instruments have long metal tubes that are wrapped around around but the trumpet. Cube is a cylinder it has straight sides while the cornet tube is a very long comb narrower at the top than at the bottom that cone shaped or conical chewed makes the cornet sound mellower than the trumpet. One of the cornet soloists. In patrick gilmore's band was herbert. L clarke who wrote a lot of music for his instrument clark eventually moved on to play for john phillips sousa. Another star of the sousa band was trombone. Est arthur prior after spending time as souza's assistant conductor prior left to start his own band in one of the pieces prior composed for his band. He turned opera melodies into ragtime music which was very popular in the early nineteen hundreds. Another trombone player. Who started a band was henry fillmore. film was born in cincinnati. He left to play trombone in a circus band and then came back to cincinnati to start his own band. By that time radio had been invented and was bringing music into people's fill. Moore's band was one of the first to do regular broadcasts on the radio. Another twentieth century invention. The phonograph turned out to be the death of the touring. Bands and john phillips. Sousa side coming. He's the one who coined the term canned music implying that recorded music like canned vegetables was not as good as the real thing. Sousa realized that once people could buy music to listen to in their own homes. They wouldn't go out to hear band concerts and he was right. I have your attention. Please attention please. I can deal with a couple of friends with a wave of my hand. This very please. Observe me if you will. I'm professor harold hill and. I'm here to organize river city. Boy spam. there's a broadway show. That has a direct link to the golden age of american bands. Meredith wilson played flute and piccolo in john. Philip sousa's band wilson paid tribute to his famous bandleader and others. In the musical comedy he wrote the music man. Seventy six folks length with one hundred ten cornets close asked they were followed by rows and rows of the finest virtuosos the pre of every famous ban. I'm naomi lewin. I write classics for kids and produce it with tim. Lander and bruce. Elyssa w g you see.
The Golden Age of American Bands
"Patrick s gilmore. An irish-american is known as the father of the american concert. Band gilmore made his name putting on huge concerts. One concert alone included a thousand person orchestra. A ten thousand person chorus and six bands but gilmore started out as a cornet player who eventually organized his own band. The gilmore been wore snazzy military style uniforms and played concerts of marches dances and music from popular operas. And operettas victor. Herbert was an operetta composer. Who also spent time as a band master in fact when patrick gilmore died in eighteen ninety. Two victor herbert took over conducting the gilmore band. That was the golden age of american bands. There was no recorded music back then and very few symphony. Orchestras professional bands toured the country. And a lot of towns organized amateur bands. That is people who played for the love of it. The hero of every band was the cornet. Soloist
"sousa" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast - New onDemand
"Worked at canonical canonical relatively speaking is a small company. I think one third of the size of sousa and red hat as was prior to its acquisition. I think ten or fifteen times smaller than red hat yet with both those organizations. They work commitments of stuff inside. Canonical are very well sheduled. There isn't much wiggle room. And so you've got your tasks to do and fitting in community requests and asks around that if that was never sheduled for you to work on than this little room for you to actually find the time to do that. So i think this. He's great to actually make space within canonical the organization to accommodate like a segment of time. Which is this is our commitment to the community to ensure that what they want to do features in the work that we do. i know. also that's a really important role of this community team. I mean there's going to be three people. Hey mentioned as the director community community representative developer advocate who provide the interface between the community. And you're the you're the people with the case of the kingdom as it were so you're making sure that the people who want to get stuff done in the community know how to get in touch with the people inside canonical. Who can help them do it yet. Which is really important part. I think it's also important to say that. In the past when i was bootstrapping into to say there was a community team. There was a place for me to go and say i need some help with this thing. How do i get helped. Do this thing and in the absence of that you know. I've seen a number of people you know. Really frustrated with trying to contribute to a boon to because there is no easy access points to the fact that this team has now been established and is being built out is great because it's a return to a very clear place where community members who want to get volve know where a touch point is to make star on that. I think he's worth pointing out to be clear..
Putin responds to Biden 'killer' claim
"Biggest real life supervillain vladimir putin newly declassified intelligence report has confirmed that putin personally directed russian meddling in the twenty twenty presidential election and president. joseph robitussin biden isn't happy about it in our world lead a threat from president biden to russian leader vladimir putin on interfering in the twenty twenty election. He will pay a price. I win long talk. I say you know vladimir putin you think he's a killer Do so what. Price must pay a price to pay. We'll you'll see. Shortly president. putin himself has been asked about his response to joe biden's affirmation that he thinks that president sousa killer. I wish him good health. And i'm not joking. I mean it but when we judge people or other nations will look into a mirror. We see ourselves there. When i was a child and we had arguments in the courtyard. We were saying it takes one to know one and it's not just the children's saying the meaning is very deep. Putin is rights children's sayings still have a lot of important wisdom for us as adults. That's why i still get my yearly boost for my kuti shots who i mean if a girl ever touches me i'm all set but it is funny that putin has to clarify that. He's not joking when he wishes biden. Good health because let's face it. The man is killed so many people. Everyone just assumes that that's what he means. I wouldn't be shocked if this causes a ton of problems for him president. Putin your cousin. Liz here what would you like me to do. Please take care of him. Boris understood sir. No boris boris. I mean show him good time I love what you know. I mean like you know. Take him to concert or something. Yes performance in the sky right the way snow. No i'm saying like mid you'll know what just kill him is sticking through much of my time but clearly people. This exchange is the beginning of a much more confrontational relationship between america and russia. And that's going to be tricky because on the one hand. Joe biden is probably rights to call out vladimir putin's aggression but on the other hand. I'm pretty sure that let me putin has all of my passwords. So i think he's doing a great job
Fort Lauderdale Cracking Down With Spring Break Rules Amid Pandemic
"From from heading heading to to Fort Fort Lauderdale Lauderdale Beach Beach for for a a little little fun. fun. We We understand understand there's there's a a lot lot of of things things to to get get out out and and enjoy enjoy our our beautiful beautiful weather weather in in our our beautiful beautiful beach. beach. We're We're just just asking asking for for cooperation cooperation from from our our college college students. students. They They do do decide decide to to come come to to Fort Fort Lauderdale, Lauderdale, and and we're we're also also asking asking for for some some patients patients in in light light of of the the pandemic. pandemic. Intern, Intern, Police Police chief chief Frank Frank Sousa. Sousa. Former Former first first daughter, daughter, Ivanka Ivanka Trump Trump has has ruled ruled on on a a Senate Senate run run against against fellow fellow Republican Republican
College Students Are Still Heading To Fort Lauderdale Beach
"From heading to Fort Lauderdale Beach for a little fun. We understand there's a lot of things to get out and enjoy our beautiful weather in our beautiful beach. We're just asking for cooperation from our college students. They do decide to come to Fort Lauderdale, and we're also asking for some patients in light of the pandemic. Intern, Police chief Frank Sousa. Former first daughter, Ivanka Trump has ruled on a Senate run against fellow Republican
"sousa" Discussed on Rafa Outsystems – Podcast
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"sousa" Discussed on Rafa Outsystems – Podcast
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"sousa" Discussed on Rafa Outsystems – Podcast
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"sousa" Discussed on Rafa Outsystems – Podcast
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"sousa" Discussed on Italian Wine Podcast
"Kind of what I wanted to introduce to the to the scene again. Say, what about I mean you sort of a big player on social media or you somebody that's a little bit quieter on social media. I think I'm more of a reserved person. I I spend a bit of time on there, but I don't post as much as maybe I should I need to be a better self-promoter but I'll work on that over the coming months. I think so in that area of Canada, what are the grape varieties that you that you have? They're both, you know, even if and even into specific or Crossings what have you got up there? But I'm in Prince Edward County which is kind of a cooler site in in Ontario. You might be familiar with Niagara, which is about four hours south west of us. So we're on Cal log. Is limestone here and we have a lot of Shoreline from Lake Ontario. So Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. Does this quite well, we have a little bit of reasoning a little bit of gamma name and the interesting part of this I guess part of the world is that it does get a bit cooler than even in Niagara so over the winter months, we have to fill up the vines which creates another kind of layer of work. So we're also now offering mounting in this area with geothermal textiles, which allows us to not have to bury up the vines but it's it's an interesting part of the world. There's a lot of great producers here. And again, I think Pinot Noir shark or the standards in terms of liquor control, which is deregulated in in your country is does Ontario have a provincial Liquor Control Board. Yes, the LCBO wage controls most of the liquor coming in and out of the province or sorry into the province things have been a little bit more relaxed recently with what's going on up until recently restaurants couldn't sell off. Also blind to guess they would have to consume that in the restaurant but a bit of a Lifeline most recently is that the wine restaurants and and wine bars can sell can essentially have bottle shops now and and took some of the wind so it's it's it's a lot better for buyers and people who want something that's a little more esoteric Navy a lot of the natural lines the biodynamic stuff the really funky stuff you really can find on the LCBO. But but now you can go to your local restaurant and find those easily. Do you think that will be that will provoke a sea change in in availability of choice in a new part of Canada or do you think things will go back to normal inverted commas after covert and if it goes away, I think it will I think there's always the availability. It's just for the average consumer you're you're forced to buy cases, which is not the worst thing but for taxing purposes you you would have to buy cases. But so now being able to buy just individual bottles or mixed cases makes it a lot easier and wage. Just better for the consumer. So hopefully that's something that will continue. I know they've just extended that deadline for till the end of the year. I'm not mistaken. So a lot better for four buyers and the average wine consumer for sure. I mean how long you think do you think it's right that the governing Liquor Control Board looks favors organic or biodynamic wines. Is that a good thing? Is it a bad thing? Is it anything? We should think about a worry about all be happy about I think for the LCBO, they're looking for wines. I mean, they're a very big organization. There's I think about seven hundred stores. So and they have very vague just testing. So I think just to fulfill orders and to have product in stores. They they need kind of bigger producers or producers that have more consistent supply chain, which is why maybe stores are I won't say their little can be a little less exciting than maybe shopping from a an importer but having said that I think being around the world, I think the average European log Becoming to one of the bigger stores would be happily surprised that the selection because you can get very good wines from all over the world. Like I said, if you're looking for the really esoteric stuff the really funky stuff off. I have to go to your agent for that. But again, it's it's not the worst system in the world. I don't think I don't know how much time you spend in Italy but where are your favorite places that you've seen so far and wherever your word which place have you not managed to visit yet that you're dying to go and see I haven't done a ton of travelling. I've been in and around Verona so Valpolicella area through the dolomites up until 2. Also a DJ I was supposed to go to Piedmont. I definitely would love to go to Piedmont and I think you know, everyone wants to do Piedmont Cecilia. It seems lately and for obvious reasons, very exciting wine regions and a lot of cool stuff going on so long. I think those two for me would be to top choices right now. Yeah. What about where did you see yourself in five or ten years time you do. You see yourself being in the same the same place doing the same thing over again. A more different Horizons planned. I'm I'm happy here. I've been here for two years. Like I said and it's a bit of a change from from the big city, but I really like country living for now the open Skies Rolling Hills. I really want to get to know this area spent some time and Vineyards and some of the wineries and and get to know that aspect of the business and like I said, I'd hoped to be in Europe wage. I think the Winter's get a bit irritating for for the average Canadian so Vineyards and beaches and mountains I think in my future, you know, that sounds like you should write a book. There you go. That's your next book. There you go. I just got your book. So I'm looking forward to reading up. Yeah, they great but they'll send you to sleep within about four and a half minutes. So perfect. Okay final question. This is this is a soft question. Do you follow Toronto FC? I do mildly wage. I think they were playing Montreal last night. And I forgot the Portugal was playing actually a friendly with Spain last night. I was watching what about Alphonse a penis? Yes. I know of him. I had to ask my nephew. He's question because he's he's the soccer professional. He's a kid from he's from Edmonton and he seems to be doing quite well now in Europe. Yeah. I yeah, I mean, he's not not not a name that's come up. My my team is a bit of a parochial one Southampton. So we don't we don't do any of the Champions League. I'm afraid so I'll say thanks to my Steven Souza speaking today from Canada. A well-known sommelier love Italian mine and obviously a level of soccer too. That's why I say thanks to you be coming on the podcast today and we wish you hope to see you soon, Likewise. Thank you, Auntie. Take care. Mate you listen to the Italian wine podcast, wherever you get your podcasts. We're on Soundcloud Apple podcasts Himalaya FM and more FAQ. Don't forget to subscribe and write the show. If you enjoy listening, please consider donating through Italian wine podcast.com any amount helps cover equipment production and publication costs until next time changing..
"sousa" Discussed on Italian Wine Podcast
"Is a sommelier and he's based in Canada. Where are you speaking from? I'm in a constant on Prince Edward County in Ontario Canada, right? What's it? What's the weather like up there? It's 10 a.m. It's a Brisk morning. It's nice beautiful clear skies, and we're going to get up to 15 degrees to see this afternoon your weatherman as well as a wine expert. I like like you're multi-task you like that. I only get a traffic report from you in a minute. Well, I just I think normally people think Ken is super cold and especially at this time of year, but it's it's quite a nice fall day perfect for tying down. Yeah, so I perfect for towing down. Annoying English journalists is that with you? About to say trying down Vines? Which will I'll be doing in the in a few moments after the interview really? That's a back-breaking job. That won't show it is yeah, especially down here while you're doing that. If you go you go to Vineyard, I guess friends of mine have a Vineyard about ten minutes from here. It's called Melville Road Vineyards and they took it over a year or two ago was an abandoned Vineyard alpino Vines that they're restoring to health and since since everything that's been going on. I've been in the county for two years now, but I've been working on the vineyard for the summer. So it's Thursday. It's been a fun fun summer getting to know lines and get into a little bit of more about viticulture good stuff. Sounds good. It's kind of your native country. It is I'm a dual-national. I have em Portuguese citizenship as well. But I was born in Canada. My parents are from the Azores. They immigrated here many years ago, but I took advantage of of getting the Euro passport just in case I want to be by a beach Hyundai wage Really good for you. Do you were you was it a a wine family? It was a wine family. I would say yes, my father would always make wine growing up. I recall that every every fall and we would he would get grapes. I think they would come from California and small wooden crates him and his gang of friends in the neighborhood and some uncles of ours would pass a press around and we could make wine he would ferment it in our basement. So there was always smell of fermentations happening in the house and he would only drink his wine. So there was always mine at the table lunch and dinner and it's kind of one of those old school guys with Iraq who always kind of nourish themselves with a glass of wine. Is that what made you was that was that the trigger fuel love of and career in well indoors or did that come from some other source impulse? I think it must have influenced me because wine was always around. I think when I was a kid, it was just there. We got to taste wine. It was never it was kind of a good culture surrounding off. Very kind of a European view of line. So I didn't let his wise necessarily when I started learning about Wines in the kind of late 90s early 2000s. This is a lot of the kind of a bigger extracted stuff. But I think that must have influenced me. I think when I really got into wine was during University. I studied psychology at the University of Toronto and was working in some some good restaurants with good wine programs to get my way through school. And I think I found by the time I graduated I was already working in some top restaurants managing top restaurants and and getting into the wines that way so you're busy lad you back room obviously have a very strong work ethic, you know doing all this study as what is working as well. So what was the next step? I mean obviously working part time job is going to come you'll professional career once I graduated University. Like I said, I was I was working in restaurants and I think by that point I decided that like most people once you song Working in restaurants and it kind of gets into you. It's something that you continue with because of the the energy the camaraderie and I was really into eating and getting into wine. So I thought this was the kind of catalyst was just getting exposed to two different wines going to tastings at at that time and in Toronto, there's a lot of events happening and and it was kind of a the community was grown know there's a lot of excitement around the Weinstein. So I think that's when it happened so you became a song. Yep. And so how does the Canadian Association of professional songs or two million? How does that certification work in Canada? There are provincial it's divided up provincially and I think the Caps if I were to compare to others, it's near towards industry professionals. So really gets people ready for working in restaurants. There are a lot of Industry professionals professionals, excuse me, local industry professionals and journalists who would teach the class So was a really kind of a Hands-On way of learning and learning with some of the mentors growing up who is a good way to get a good understanding of international wines. And you would also get education on the local wine seen as well which was which was advantageous for sure. So how does the I mean there? No Partnerships with colleges University was just a mentoring. Basically, we could program through George Brown College. So I think it's still available through George Brown College in Toronto. But again, it depended differently provincially. So say we tell me about when you at I would hope I'm pronouncing right Momofuku. Yep, we charge of the wine list obviously so and there was a transition with more Italian wines represented on the list was that you thought was responsible for that. It was if somebody else I'll take credit for that. I took over I've worked at Momofuku in Toronto for about eight years and initially as service director some more again operation. Is in kind of big-picture stuff about four years ago. I was able to take over the beverage program, which was great to get back into what I really love doing and we opened a restaurant that was called KO Genesis around today that was focused around a horse. So wood fire grill a lot of proteins. And at the time we we were able and had the opportunity to wage increase the amount of lines that we have and get a little deeper and I think for that style of food or you know that calls for proteins and and grilled meats that just for me Italian wines in particular really do well and I think in mode with most Cuisines telling wiser gastronomic ones for the most part and what I really wanted to achieve was to to have wines that were people associate, you know steak in cab and I kind of wanted to get away from that. I think send you a z I think nebbiolo Gamay. We're not necessarily talking about getting me today, but I just wanted to introduce kind of a lighter more drinkable. Fine style to type of dining so what wines at work concentrated but not heavy but also refreshing with with potentially heavy heavy protein, right? Correct? Yeah. Yeah. I just I think when I when I want to eat or when I'm eating I enjoy eating more than the average person maybe and wine is always a part of that. So I just have long lines are just can't really drink that much and you just get bogged down and that, you know, you want to leave a meal with a smile on your face and be able to walk out the restaurant and and not necessarily, you know, is there any particular ones that you would you can you can leave the estate or just don't the nominations? I'm guessing you'd be at Piermont a there any particular areas that you that you would really like. Well speaking about producers. I think I think the Viet he's the virus the Alta raised our Pepe from from the north wines from Sicily I think. Are quite hot right now. So turn there a the coast is the occupant. He's the gulf. He's these are wines that our delicious wines that are complex and you just want to keep drinking them. That's that's.
Washington DC's Bike Boom Shows No Signs Of Slowing Down Amid The Pandemic
"Geneva Sharma ordered his first bike just weeks into the pandemic. He lives in a small downtown DC condo with his girlfriend just trying to get out in a safe manner. I figured a bike is the best way only one problem I just. Didn't think about that everyone else was going to be buying bites at this time and I googled IMOs like Lo and behold there's a bike shortage in in America Sharma's bike was back ordered. So it took a while to arrive since he got it Sharma's been exploring all over riding up to twenty five miles at a time for many in the city outdoor space has become a premium cycling, his boomed as it's one of the safer socially distance ways to exercise. During the pandemic, some local trail sensors of shown twenty five or fifty percent increases in traffic over the same time last year if you want a new bike, it could take a few months waits for repairs, stretch three weeks or more at some shops demand his far outweighed supply that's been tightened. Thanks to the pandemic and shortage of parts from China. The US market is competitive. Two things have been terribly busy. That's Keith Jackson who runs operations for gearing up bicycles. A used shopping eggington I've been in a bicycle business since nineteen, ninety, five and everybody would tell you they've never seen anything like this between the desirability of bicycles. All of a sudden people stuck at home and people no longer doing comfortable mass transit Jackson found a line of people outside shop when he arrived for work the first weekend after DC, shut down in March, I sold everybody that Saturday all fifteen used bikes gone in an hour and a half. Wayne Sousa co-owner of Conte's bike shops has also seen unprecedented demand for new bikes. He sees a lot of first time cyclists and families who are looking for group activities outside the House. His biggest suggestion for those who may be looking to get into cycling. You don't need to necessarily buy a bicycle that's the most expensive one that they have or the fanciest gadgetry that they had of just get a bicycle that you feel comfortable on and start writing but getting comfortable running bike in the city doesn't come naturally for all the Washington Area Bicyclist Association has had record demand for their learn to ride and riding in the city classes. Wobble plans to restart in person classes. Later, this fall was social distancing, but for now. Everybody. Thank you so much for tuning in to today's women are rubbing. Short has been teaching cycling skills for more than three years. But now she's sharing knowledge online. Wada has created online spaces for beginners to ask questions and learn more about how to get into cycling. Short shared her favourite safe trails in Prince George's county during a recent Webinar but she also had a call for action. We need you out there a lot of us live in the county or little frustrated about the lack of bicycling infrastructure. But a lot of times that stuff is based on the demand sold more bikes mainstream more infrastructure more trails more all of that cities across the world or adapting to how people are moving around during the pandemic Peres is adding four hundred miles of bike lanes. Austin Texas voted to spend one hundred, twenty million dollars on new bike infrastructure. DC and other surrounding areas haven't committed like those cities. The district is staying with its plans to add twenty more miles of bike lanes by twenty, twenty, two, the Bike Association says, that's too slow. Officials have created some temporary space for walking and biking, and DC, in Montgomery County but it's not clear. These changes will last Sharma's he hopes those kind of spaces stick around because he'll be biking even after the pandemic is over climate change and his own health are among the reasons I think I'm GONNA keep to it I whenever we get back to the office I. Think I'm GonNa Start Cycling to work once I forgot how to make sure I'm not sweaty when I got to the office. He's not sure when he'll go back but until then you can catch him in tons of other new cyclists out on the trails for WMU Jordan Paschal
beirut explosion latest news
"Good afternoon from Zurich we start in Lebanon where people are calling for justice following a huge blast in the country's capital Beirut at least one, hundred and thirty five people are known to have died in the explosion thousands more have been injured and many more have lost their homes. Komo mosaic is an entrepreneur who lives and works in Beirut, and he's very good friend of the MONOCLE team. He joins us on the line from Beirut Hello Komo. Good morning by the Hello Calico I I wanted to to start, of course with maybe you painting a little bit of a of a picture for us We are of course. Yeah. Now well, over day into this aftermath of this blast of course, we've spent a lot of time in Beirut together over the years in good times and in bad. But what is the spirit of the city today? What's the spiritual sippy can be after you know I'm not going think immature I think everybody's so this mushroom blast you know. And someone course barrel Shema. So it's the second. Sousa search biggest love ever the over so. I don't know what can be. She would emergency mode on Tuesday nights of trying I. I was I drove from the mountains to within like half an hour which takes maybe two or three times more time. I was trending on the streets just to meet by partner who was wanted at the other end of the street. So I think first, they were completely under the show yesterday we were trying to. To suck leaning. Roberson. Understand who's alive was that was one bit and today is our survey after Sabang and trying to understand what happens and it's devestation. There's nobody people's there's not once the. Organism is doing anything. People are in this three hour cleaning the streets. They are helping people took years, their houses they are moving. To you know and. It's just keeping. Others today the. which talking to understand what happened it took us two days to understand I'm I'm curious to to understand also the psyche because you of course have been through so much as all Lebanese have the decades and of course, there have been there have been car bombs There have been of course, mass protests, and of course we know that Lebanon has been. Through a particularly difficult patch of of late and of course, this this happens I want to about the resilience of of the Lebanese spirit. Are you seeing that because I think we all often always agree that the Lebanese have to be the most resilient people in the world given all that they've they've been through but what what is the spirit like right now? I don't want to hear sort at all anymore I even pronounce foods are. You know I can't hear it anymore I don't think it is what it is just sort of you know we have no choice but to survive But to be able to survive, I'm not able to to say the word was arch to be able to survive your orders need a minimum of strength or. or in your hearts, which is fine. Doesn't exist at all anymore I. think it's like treaties trump and we cannot take all anymore. It's. It's you know. It's lot of. Destruction seeing all your life what would you know over and over again? In the weight it's like bombs tighter cannot be but this. Is. Where it had suspended for dinner is. Completely. Destroyed the trees in front of our issues on how can you get down? Of A tree it is beyond that you can you imagine just like. An on bump and since too much to go over. Where we don't have the choice where we're where you know we're looking at our wounds now. and. I jumped out of meeting where we're trying to set up a kitchen was censored. was the. Central Kitchen full dress project to start cooking for emergency. So we're just trying to get out now of success of the emergency and seeing what can be done and what we can do, what must be done, but it's really very, very, very difficult to scale beyond anything you can imagine. Kamal over the last forty, eight hours. Of course, we've heard a number of countries probably France what am I talking about AIDS and and of course, emergency intervention in the country are you already seeing signs of that? Are you seeing troops or support from from elsewhere already involved with recovery? You Emmanuel Macron. And votes French president arrived city. To visit. That city and president haven't even said a word of on. Anything have been on the grounds so as or nationally and metro is now on the ground just planted and bill, and then the number I cannot. I cannot reply to France and seventy support trump over. So we're you cannot believe what it is. It is overwhelming it's warming our hearts it's giving maybe this is the only thing thousand giving us hope sore going to go on. So, yes. That's about specific receptacle trump something as to moral. That's for specific projects about play you we need everybody. To be able to grow up Camilla's in Beirut we will look forward to, of course, speaking to and Komo hopefully also. Looking forward to coming up to Beirut to join you very soon
"sousa" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Sousa. And they had a little bit of a flair up nothing to get worried about. But part of the problem here is that these canyon walls are incredibly steep. And and you're talking about 1000 foot loss of elevation over the course of maybe about 1/3 of a mile. That's a really, really steep grade, Ian and because of that, as all of the vegetation has been burnt away, and as you get more and more of these water drops, rocks come tumbling down. And what also comes tumbling down with those rocks are you know little amber? Nash is that as they drop further down into vegetation that hasn't burned, it catches that on fire because everything is so dry out here and and that was the problem they ran into earlier today. They had a bit of a rock fall down onto the 39 then below Highway 39. And so they had the fire flare up actually below the highway for a little bit, and they had to get in there, working real hard got rocks scattered all along the highway. And the soundtrack to this fire instead of it being, you know, the Classic sizzle of the flames or the whipping of the chopper. Here. It's the Ping Ping Ping ping of rocks falling down and hitting the guardrail along the side of Highway 39. So this is not endangering anybody directly. At this point, they've got it pretty well. I don't want to say it's wrapped up. They've got it pretty well handled, and they were already talking about 40% on stepping out of the wind here, by the way, it's not that windy, but because of the canyon, it filters everything through, says Probably you were hearing it. But 40% containment is what they were last reporting on on a fire. That was just about 217 acres, so we're not talking about a big fire. The reason it was, I think noteworthy yesterday was Thea's mount of Smoke that had put up it looked like it was much bigger than it wasn't it looked like it had the potential to run, and there's a lot of vegetation back on the other side of the highway here that hasn't burned in a long time. So the potential was fuel for fuel was there because this was a terrain driven fire, and it could have just continue burning up into the mountains. And then you're talking about a real problem, But firefighters were able to get a pretty good handle on it. They nailed this thing from the air. I mean, yesterday it was and I posted a video yesterday afternoon on the Twitter and in that 92nd video, I counted four helicopter drops because the Morris Reservoir was about 1/3 of a mile away, and all they had to do was just dip in. Stock up that water drop. It depends. That water and drop it. But today skies much quieter. However, we're seeing little fires everywhere, right? I mean, it's someone there was a fire. I think it was about 10 acres or so A couple of the air assets here were sent over there. There was a fire over in box Canyon down by Chatsworth, about 25 acres. That one in L. A county helicopter actually had a blade strike and had to make a precautionary landing. Then don't say emergency. They say precautionary landing. I guess they have mechanics out there looking at that, of course in traffic. We just heard about that little flare up in Anaheim and then a couple of little fires in Riverside County. Because guys, it's summertime and it's hot and everything's dry. Yeah, I see what a one there's about one on one where you are. Sure. Yeah, let me hold him home. My arm out. It's what I want. I take your order. What caused the unusual man of black smoke? What was burning? In in which firing this were your fire? Yeah. You know, I don't have an answer for that. My my guess would be that it ran into some of the some of the trees and was burning up a lot of the oil's within those trees that turned up a lot of the darker smoke again. Like you know, this is territory and pretty familiar with Justus. A hiker Come back here all the time. And you do you've you've got some really thick stands of especially some like coastal Oakes. If it if it gets into there, it's gonna burn hot and it's going to put up a lot of smoke. So that's probably what you're talking about What you saw. Yesterday, and everybody I talked to whether it was a firefighter, a reporter coming on their way to this. I mean, we were equally intimidated by that plume of smoke yesterday afternoon, but it was, it was remarkable how quickly it ended up playing down once firefighters actually made a significant effort on it very unusual question. Origin source. Any hints? Not yet. There was a video posted to Twitter yesterday that apparently showed a bush on fire. There was nothing showing what that caused that push to catch on fire. There was nothing to indicate that it was in fact in the canyon, but ah, we're going to go ahead and call it. I guess something along the lines of Moses. He was just a burning bush. Good. Right back on the front lines. You go. I always guys I'm here for you. All right. Thank you, Carla Covering this fire above Azusa, and people don't know where that is. It's just weeds to Burbank. You take the 1 34 to the 2 10 You keep going. Get the area of Covina, West Covina past Pasadena. Come to Azusa. And you look right above it. And there is all the wilderness. You know what? I looked to the east of that Sean off the 15 freeway. There's a place called Scotland. Scotland you are Little creek is yes, below that on my map. It says Scotland, not the same weather. It's foggy and rainy. 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NCAA Won't Mandate Uniform Return to Sports, Mark Emmert Says
"Really looking forward to chatting with heather vintage from ESPN. Who broke the story last night? In relation to our interview with Mark Emirates the president most people saw the headlines throughout the evening and early day the NCW. A uniform return And now we can get an inside that conversation and find out what it all means Heather thank you for being with us. It's great to connect with you again. Hope you're well. I'll tell you man I don't know that heather and I usually convene in at ESPN on Sunday morning. About six fifteen in the morning. We're we're both the bleary eyed for various reasons but we get through it and Heather I feel the same way. Let's let's let's talk about your conversation with President Amran. Everyone thinks they know what it means. But you talk to Him. Tell us about it. Well I think one of the big questions I have had about all of this is what is the double role and some coaches have been outspoken. And saying we need somebody to issue a sort of blanket set of instructions to help us out on this and so I asked him point blank with the NCAA issue a start date and he said not in this case usually we would. That's what we do but The Corona virus pandemic has thrown this off the track and so he is saying from the highest level and college sports. What I have heard from every single commissioner that I have talked to which is it is not up to us and they stressed this in a phone call to Vice President Mike Pence a couple of weeks ago and I think it's very important to reiterate. Just how different college? Sports are from Pro Sports. They can't just you know. Pull up in a parking lot and get a test in minutes and go into a stadium. That's unlock they. Must WAIT UNTIL UNIVERSITY. Presidents reopened campuses So as much as a lot of people have heard like the NCWA to do something to help not even commissioners the most powerful people in sports the power five commissioners can do this uniformly as much as they would like to. They are cognizant of the fact. This is changing state by state. So what role does Emmerick ploy moving forward? So part of it he said is helping regulate the what is it ninety conference championships that they do oversee And Remember the NC Double A. Was the one that had the authority and the power to cancel the NCAA basketball tournaments which they run and all the other winter sports and the spring sports calling a halt to those conference championship games but his thing was basically saying we are here to help them in terms of fast tracking legislation. Let's say they only go to eight conference games Or How do you do? We need to reconfigure how you determine a conference champion and a certain league or play number of games Bob Ob the big twelve. Commissioner told me to football oversight committee will have something to do with a lot of those questions and and rules and regulations but at the NC double a level he said he and his staff are preparing just like the commissioners are for whatever permutation you might be able to think about what seasons might look like in order to respond quickly and say okay. You only have eight of ten teams and you're GonNa play championship. Here's here's we're going to rewrite this here you go. He said something Friday that was that I thought was interesting where where he alluded to it. In loot he was pretty matter of fact about the students on campus. Before you can play and that's been the debate You you talk to more people than anyone help us understand where we're the commissioners are right now and why did Mark emerets say that well choosers. Depends on who you talk. Too Much Commissioner Craig. Thompson was very blunt about it when I spoke to him and basically said I don't see how you can have athletes back. You don't have students back Jon Steinbrecher of the Mack told me the exact same thing Bob. Dole's be told me last week he said well. Here's the thing if everyone is going to online classes the first step is you have to have your athletes register online because again. They are student athletes if they're not registered for those online classes. That's the first step. You can't get back on campus. You're you can't be a student athlete. So there are also conversations going on about what it could look like on some campuses that have some students returned to campus. We're just freshman or however you might want to Put that piece of the puzzle together but there are certainly varying pain herm Edwards at. Asu told me if it's not safer. Sousa comeback from my players and coaches. I WANNA have everybody tested
Atheist Experience with Matt Dillahunty, Nick Fish
"Know if anyone's been following the news But there's been some public health concerns around and You know when we first started looking at this I gotTA GUESS. It's been about a month ago now when. Debbie Kinda came in and said you know we were talking about Corona virus and you know seeing some of the numbers that are coming out of places like Seattle and we're starting to see some events cancelled and you know if we got any questions for people and almost as soon as she brought up we started fielding questions from members people who are planning on attending the conference saying you know. What's the plan is anything changed and So we really started talking seriously about contingencies. In what we were going to do Number one to protect the interests of are in the health and safety of all the people attending our conference rang. But also just I if things were out of our control or there were stay at home. Orders or large gathering vans as we're seeing now You know what we were going to do in the event that something like that happened and so we wanted to plan for every possible outcome. Wanted to make sure that we had something. We could do. Preemptively if we needed to But also that you know if things were taken out of our hands that we could respond appropriately you know. We made a recommendation to the board of directors which mad member in full disclosure. And we said we think this is going to turn into something really big and that it's going to be really hard for us to put on the type of conference type convention that the People in Phoenix expect in that are members should expect that we frankly promised them and that we want to have. We don't want to just have A. We had lots of contingency options we said if we could just do a one day event maybe we could just do everything online or most things online or you know. Let's figure something out but the more we talked about it. The less that seemed like a feasible option For the people that we wanted to put on display kind of you know the local activism that's going on Phoenix In all the hard work that all those activists don over the course of the last few years we think it's really important to highlight that and not being able to have a conference. You know gutted us but at the same time. We don't want people to have to choose between attending our conference putting their lives on the line And so you know we made what was when we made it difficult decision but as the days progressive we tried to kind of nail down details to make sure that we had a a plan. Moving forward Rescheduling for the next year to make the hotel was available for that By the time we spent maybe two or three days just trying to finalize those details things that escalated so far that it was the only decision we could've made and we were fortunate that we were able to make that decision. And you know I think it was the right one. So you're really saying is it was a damn good idea to bring deceiver email. Say that every day actually de idea but you know that's it's it's part of her job in part of what we do here is try to anticipate where things can go. Sideways Alison are other Vice President. Who Works in the legal in policy side? You know she does the same thing. Except it's Congress so I don't know what's harder to predict what's going to happen Fifty one state and territorial legislatures plus Congress or a brainless lifeless virus Kind of hard to determine sorry ahead cheap headed throwing a cheap trump. Joke there so debbie. How did you develop your psychic powers to determine what it was in our that? We were bound to have contact with people who are going to be wondering about what was going to happen. I just say like this was so stressful. It was really the most stressful weekend I experienced in. Weil was the first week of March. Went in saying like you know something's happening but by that. I think it was Wednesday of that first week of March is when I realized ship. This might be a big freaking deal and before we finish booking all of the flights and before we finish lining up all these other things and you know there were expenses coming up that we would have to commit to the AB contracts things like that. We were like we might not be able to have a conference. You guys what do we do? And we decided to give ourselves five days or something to see how things developed and yeah over that weekend. Things certainly escalated a lot. We were and that was the first. I followed the news closely and so all those earliest stories about what was coming down the pike where I was reading every single one. I could find by Monday. We were like well. This seems like a thing like I've gotten to the point where I feel kind of I. I wasn't paying enough attention because literally marched I. I was in New York City with my girlfriend. Having a discussion with the Nesta Sousa and she had actually been paying attention to the news. And I had not been doing nothing but like We're going to have this conversation. We're going to go to New York. We're going to have fun and so we're walking around New York City and she's like you know here's some hand sanitizer wash your hands. I'm really worried about this really and I was like You know it's it's not here and there's nothing and then we get back home and immediately after getting back to Austin. The news starts coming in about New York City being essentially ground zero for for Kovic introduction into the United States so we basically quarantined ourselves at my place for two weeks Just to make sure that we were a symptomatic and everything else and that was all happening around the same time the ACA was making decisions about DEFCON levels and ultimately getting to the point where there's nobody in the building although there's one person in the building right now and that's when the email came in to the American Atheist Board saying you know. Hey here's here's what we've been talking about. Here's what we're thinking. What do we think we should do? And I'm really proud of the fact Not only the deputy were watching this and brought it up at the. The full team evaluated all the possibilities and and came up with a plan that I think While it's incredibly frustrating for those people are like. Oh we really wanted to go to Phoenix I. I'm glad I'm not in Phoenix right now. I'm I'd much rather be at home And fairly safe but the plan was to not cancelled convention but postponed it for one year so instead of doing phoenix. In twenty twenty we will be in Phoenix in two thousand twenty one because that city and those volunteers and those activist deserve a good convention. And we've got a whole extra year to make sure Which means I guess you guys. Work just increased a little bit. Because now you've gotTA show up in Phoenix next year with like a two years worth of convention planning
Los Angeles: Trump Pardons LA Billionaire Michael Milken: ‘He Suffered Greatly’
"President trump went on a pardoning spree on Tuesday for a WHO's who of individuals convicted of white collar crime. A total of eleven people were given commutations or pardons and this follows. How should we say troubling history of prior pardons from this White House including Joe Arpaio Scooter Libby and an Extra Sousa? There was no indication that he followed the typical Justice Department vetting process for these sorts of things but rather that he heard recommendations from a cast of characters including his personal lawyer and czar of corrupt overseas action. Talk about Rudy Giuliani. Perhaps the biggest name of the pardon bunch was Rod Blagojevich the former Democratic governor of Illinois. So get in. W T F. Yeah indeed I mean so. Blagojevich is a good place to start with all of this because it gives us an example a window into the kinds of people that were pardoned on Tuesday. Blagojevich solicited bribes for political appointments including for one Barack Obama's open Senate seat after he was elected president The selling of a Senate seat is not something that typically happens in America. He was impeached and removed from office and Blagojevich had completed eight years of a fourteen year term and trump commuted the arrested on Tuesday. We have commuted the sentence of Rod Blagojevich. He served eight years in jail. A long time and I watched his wife on television. I don't know him very well. I bet him a couple of times. He was on for a short while the apprentice years ago very nice. I don't know. Wow imagine thinking the apprentices like a good judge of character. It's not even a good show. Well okay. So presumably. The rest of the pardons were not all people featured at one time on the apprentice right so like who else got him. It would be incredible if they were Unfortunately they're not. There was Michael Milkin who is referred to as the quote Junk Bond King. He was accused of taking part in an insider trading scheme and pled guilty to several counts of securities violations. Now he had served twenty two months in prison and since he was released he has been funding medical research into cancer more recently. Ironically though when milken getting in trouble in the nineteen eighties one of the people pursuing charges against him was Giuliani. Who was then the top prosecutor for the Southern District of New York how the turntables according to The New York Times One of the people that suggested this part into trump was Nelson peltz. He is a billionaire investor. Who held a ten million dollar fundraiser? For Trump's twenty twenty campaign this past weekend again. This is normally not how this would work recommendations pouring in from random personal or business acquaintances acquaintances at events for your reelection campaign. So I'm sensing a bit of a pattern here in terms of decision making. Yeah so the other two high profile ones here were for former New York City police. Commissioner Bernard B Kerik and a former owner of the San Francisco Forty niners Edward J debartolo. Junior someone's GonNa assume that these fellows they did all the similar things. Yeah basically. Yeah I mean carrick was found to have accepted a two hundred fifty thousand dollar quote unquote loan from an Israeli billionaire while he served as Interior Minister of Iraq. The issue there was that he didn't disclose it Carrick. Later pled guilty to eight felony tax and false statement charges now for deer Tolo. He actually never served a prison term but paid a million dollar fine after pleading guilty to concealing extortion attempt in Nineteen. Ninety Eight. Believe it had to do with a Casino Boat. Type situation. I would like to read a little bit more about it as well Interestingly as well for him DEBARTOLO was among the host of a pre inauguration. Party for trump in two thousand seventeen so to recap just these four examples. It was a long list of people who committed pretty major financial crimes and weren't necessarily the first people on top of mind for
Former Baltimore Police Commissioner Darryl De Sousa Released From Prison, In Community Custody
"A former Baltimore police commissioner who pleaded guilty to failing to file federal tax returns has been released from prison prison officials told the sun on Friday that Darryl de Souza was being transferred from federal prison to community custody a supervised facility for inmates preparing to re enter society to sue so was sentenced last March to ten months in prison after pleading guilty to three counts of failing to file individual returns for the years two thousand thirteen to two thousand fifteen he told the judge who sentenced him that he was humbled and
Maple Leafs Star Mitch Marner out at Least 4 Weeks
"Leafs without Mitch. Marna right now. He's going to be gone for a month after he got kind of tripped up off of center ice face off and mocked up his ankle. So that is going to be a big mess for the leafs who are just playing okay this year or is it or is it. You know. They're not they're not doing that. Great Steve with all this talent it so I'm not saying whatever bench him but like the leaves aren't they're not doing what they were expected to. Oh God no no. You'RE GONNA Invest Thirty four four million three guys. You're kind of expecting the world a lose tonight to the New York islanders five to four Toronto's record nine seven and in four so that actually lost more games than they've won with the kind of payroll they have shame. Shame right now. They're holding onto the second wildcard in there by a point as we record this Sousa Recording and I noticed that Toronto is out of a playoff spot. That's the return of the Blue Team. Elimination Watch don't you
Talking Tech with Richard Smith
"Tech today with my all time favorite guitar player. Richard Smith to just happens to be in California and really interesting guy because he travels seventy percent of the time and believe it or not have guitar will travel in his car from Nashville, and I'm talking to now in California. And the big question is how does one live with technology in the car? And I think it's called an iphone six fund six or whatever the latest one. I've gone. I find six I means everything only I can pretty much do everything on that. There's a certain there's a few things that having a laptop is is beneficial. I can pretty much do everything including Eddie, my website for the most. Adding certain photographs and send things make it a little easier on the laptop but seven probably seventy percent, sixty seventy or eighty percent of the stuff. I can do there's no laptop in your car. There is one in the back of my guitar case. Most of the time. Yeah. But there's not. Yeah. Yeah. That's always laptop in my car. It's too cumbersome to be traveling. Yeah, I find it so easy to do everything on while you're going down the road while my wife is driving not one I'm driving when she's with me. I can work in the cost. She's not, you know, it's just a heavy just playing YouTube on going through the the motion going through the motions of YouTube or I've got music on it. And so it just makes life easy. I've also go XM serious as well. That's that's a must for the car. You realize that I think so. Yeah, I mean, but sometimes I just don't want to hear anything sometimes. I just want to think my own stuff. What a think for myself instead of listening to somebody else coast. The news list of all of the news channels. Gotta gotta listen to all sides of all of that. And let's paint a picture for people because you're in California right now, you'll be leaving here and driving to Utah, New Mexico and Colorado to give gigs. Okay. So you really are the guy in the car what kind of car is this. We have a Toyota RAV four an icy drove out. I started in Nashville we played the Jerry re tribute show on September fifth went up the car. It's you your tar amp iphone six fund San. And and Mike's sim Mike, see, I may be a PI system. If I think I'm going to need it. Suitcase full of clothes cigar box. Those times off to the gate when you just want to just relax and may be has ago. If that's you'll think handle your bookings on the iphone six everything is done by Email for much. Yeah. Everything done by Email of everyone's oh it pretty much everyone's number eight mile or messenger Facebook messenger. I always a little people on social media that just. It's just so it's such a great time. It's such a great time. Every basically if people know you to the whole house concert thing is a big thing. These days is a lot of people doing that. You didn't have to be venue. You just need a roof and some power, and you do a lot of you do a lot of house concerts. I would say maybe forty percent of the gigs. I mean, I'm doing music shops smoke theaters festivals house, concerts. Workshops like this. Go f- clubs functions on it's just knowing. It's no in people, the the mortgage, you do the more people that know, you the more people, you know, in a certain area where you can just say, hey, any chance of a gig on this date. And if that person count, do you call someone else, the more people, you know, the more full your calendar becomes and then you can be the only reason I'm not working all the time is because I've got dogs at home. I'd never see them on. My wife is on on the road with me some of the time. I'd never say Hillary the so it's you just have to make a balance, and I've got a studio back in Nashville as well fifteen years ago when you were making the drive in driving all over the country compare what it's like today with keeping in touch with you versus what it was like back that didn't have a web. So you just have to know you had to know people you had to send out packages of with physical product and physical print. Just you don't need any of that stuff. These days not need any physical stuff. It's it's information that sent and then people could see you on YouTube, Facebook, all kinds of social media. It's just a much easier a much more independent world. The I think there are a lot more independent more independent artists than ever before. They don't even need independent labels fail. The label that just going to people like disk makers imprinting up CDs or even doing that. Just even those that that's outdated. These days people are just doing everything online. Downloads youtube. I mean, it's you need anything. You just need to know people in one gig leads to another to describe yourself. Now, I'm I guess I come from the Chet Atkins. Jerry Reed mull Travis and then kind of studied went down the Django Reinhardt off a little bit of what Brent's doing Oviously a big influence, the bluegrass guys. I'll I'll play Joplin rags skull Jobling, piano, rags on the guitar a place embark, and I'll play some standards. I gave some Beatles some Beatles and some Sousa marches, and you know, throw a little bit of fun comedy sewn. Then a little bit of blue. I try to mix it up anything from Mozart and Chopin to to the Beatles to two old southern fiddle tunes. Tell everybody had to hear you and see you on YouTube. Oh, they got you just such Richard Smith guitar, and I should come up check this. There's two or three Richard Smith's, make sure it's the right me by by going to Richard Smith music dot com to start with there'll be pages of maize, you know, which one it is on YouTube, and I've got the coast that will have got the YouTube channel WWW dot YouTube dot com slash Richard Smith music
"Don, if you ever heard of echo location. Echo location is the ability of animals such as bats and dolphins. To learn about this around by emitting sounds analyzing the returning echoes. It's kind of like a natural sonar bad Sousa to hunt and capture flying insects and total darkness dolphins. Use it to sense their surroundings in the murky depths of the sea that is you know, that some people have the ability to echo locate to you've got to be kidding. It's true. Scientists have shown that many blind people develop enhanced hearing abilities some have learned to use the returning echoes of tongue clicks or finger snaps to give them a crude knowledge of the directions distances shapes and sizes of objects in their surroundings in their daily lives. They can use this ability and activities such as exploring cities and hiking. Some of them can even play basketball or void obstacles while riding a bike people usually use site to do these. Yes, that's true. And narrow scientists have shown that this is a case of sensory substitution. When blind people echo locate some of the same brain areas that cited people use when they assess objects visually, become active. They even experienced some of the same perceptual illusions as for vision or can't imagine what would be like, it really isn't a strange as you think in all of us. The senses worked together to help us. Learn about the world. Researchers have shown that cited people can be taught to echo locate to in bats and dolphins. These abilities have simply become much more highly developed this moment of science come from Indiana University. There are thousands more moments of science on our website at a moment of science dot org. I'm Yale Cassandra darn dog less.
"sousa" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"On. We will have the Sousa Gill on our number two cool conversation with initiatives. Souza's daughter was an activist out there on the conservative right in her own, right? We have a great conversation bubble about AO wise ACC big draw. Same. You've been to this south by south west. Yeah. So is it supposed to be about politics or is supposed to be about music, which is supposed to be? It's really just supposed to be about music. It's a big huge music festival. Have you been up there? I have not. Where we sit. It's you know, where you are. It's probably what an hour. Less than that. For me. Including traffic because that's a whole other story. What you see me drive? So you know, it doesn't matter. You can't drive when you can't. Thing for me. I don't really worry. If you could hover above it then. Yes, you'd be great by trying to go through it. That's a whole other story, regardless of what speed you're going for those who don't know those who aren't in the Texas area. A bunch of stations in Texas. We have a lot of stations. Elsewhere. Austin basically has one main road that goes to it thirty five. I don't know why they would have built the capital city of this. Great state and only had one may main road. I guess there's some toll road to get you up there. Now, one thirty or some crap. But I haven't taken that one. It's eighty so I probably should take it from doing that. Anyway, you know, what I'm saying Sam? Eight five five why do you why do you know that? I don't want to know why. So I've not gone up there. But it's turned it. Of course, it's also a very far left wing progressive. I guess if you're running for something you go there you speak. It's this political thing. Well, a bunch of the candidates, and I don't know which ones exactly, but a bunch of them ended up showing up Elizabeth Warren and the like and drew a certain amount of crowd. But the biggest crowd by far was Alexandria, Cossio Cortez. Now. I know I'm not getting it. Because I keep on asking the question. What's the deal with this? Now, let's let's break this down. What is her history? What do we know about her? She was bartender know that another all bartenders. Good people doing good work. She has a an economics degree from Boston University or something which must be fake because anything she said about the economy is completely. It's almost the opposite of exact opposite of a which real when it comes to the economy. And now she decided when she was at south by southwest in Austin that she would attack. Ronald reagan. Now, maybe not following closely as I should be. And I know it's only what I do for a living. But when you decide that you want to go after the right, that's fine. You want to attack the president or policies or whatever policy to tackle him? Whatever you wanna say, George W Bush was is that okay? But what you decide that you had to go after Ronald Reagan. That really does show. How unintelligent you must be. Because there's no argument. Ronald Reagan saved us from the Malays of Jimmy Carter. Ronald Reagan saved us from double digit inflation double digit, unemployment and double digit interest rates for homes. Features rate. You bought a home in the seventy s it you're you're paying eighteen percent. I think my percentages high at like four, so if you're gonna attack Reagan who brought in millions and millions of jobs who brought back nationalism who was instrumental in breaking up the Soviet Union. Tearing down the iron curtain and carrying down the Berlin Wall. When you decide that you're gonna you're going to choose a president to attack. A you decide that's the one. That tells me that in less than two years time, you probably probably be back to tending bar. I don't understand the draw. Why would people and generally speaking same the your age, why would people flock to go? See this person who is saying anything intelligent would is the draw because she's about their age. What would she was? She nine. I don't get it. Any ideas? Why she why anybody would want their dying to go see speak. Why she's a disruptor? Yeah. But she's not saying any matter she can attack. Reagan. How stupid is that? I mean, it she she's still getting her name out there. And that's cool. Just like people who tweet at celebrities and get a response or they say something and the creator funny memes, and they get they become viral whatever thing like that. I'm assuming that that's where that's coming from people like seeing somebody who can do that. Does she's got millions and millions and millions of followers on Twitter, and she doesn't say anything intelligent do most celebrities. Give it celebrities the different fingers in it, or or or do you think they're one of the same in this day and age? The same. And then also the fact that she's you know. Not to not the man, but she's definitely, you know, in in government. Not the man the man in the landlord sense, right? I gotta pay the man. I mean, I guess I hear that the people were not flocking to go to her bar where she was tending bar. It's not like, she's, you know, she's the brand new Albert Einstein or something the things that she says make no sense. And yet she's sitting there denigrating Ronald Reagan. And then she said something ridiculous like. The Republicans of the GOP have a are continuing their historic attack on Brown people and black people in women that we would have what an idiot. How could she not know that it's the Democrats that did segregation slavery lynchings Jim crow? How can they not know? The Democrats started the KKK. Maybe she does not only she knows everything to be honest with everything out of her mouth is being put there by somebody else. But having said that what you're saying all this stuff, and you're forgetting them and look at where we're at right now. Who some of the most popular famous people right now. I don't. Right. And the Kardashians. Right. And in most of the all about celebrity, right? And it's you know, about being viral, and and being trendy, and and, you know, saying something that people were going against put your names out there. But I get that. But but I'm just a simpleton that thinks history matters. I'm just a simpleton that things you should probably really know what Ronald Reagan did before attacking him. I mean and just just saying Republicans hate Brown. People are stupid. I mean. But maybe you're right. Maybe it's effective. And that's my problem. I guess the the overriding question I have right now is why is that accepted? Why do people listen to that and say, wow, that Reagan really did suck it? He was a racist. Wow. Those Republicans really are attacking the Brown people when none of that's true. And it's never been shown history. So I I guess that's what perplexes me because history is his story. It's available. It's available to learn about to read about understand. And yet we're ignoring that and listening to the bartender is you follow where I'm coming from. But I think you're assuming that they're being taught things correctly at school. That's the whole pie. You wanna see my property tax Bill? It should be paying enough to teach people correct history. I'm not asking much. I don't think you already know a lot of these universities. That's not the case. And now, it's trickling down. So even the high schools, so of course, they're automatically. They're going to hear those things. And it's like, oh, it's true. Of course. Well, we got to fix it. Got to fix it. Because it's just dumb. But but I actually think that she probably has pushed too far this time. How dare she attack? Reagan. That's just going to galvanize the right people on the right are going to say are you stupid? If you even a bunch of liberals, we Reagan had union members voting for him labor unions. So I mean, even the most liberal person can hearken back thirty years ago and said, well, I voted for him. Why are you tacking Reagan's kind kinda dumb? So hopefully, this is going to open her up to even people in the middle saying, all right? Maybe we should stop listening to this person. I hope I doubt it she probably going to get another two million followers today. That's how weird is one eight hundred five it's one eight eight eight nine four one pags trying to give you the weekend phone number for some reason. Eight eight eight nine four one pags joepags dot com. I need to understand what the draw is. And when the left goes after somebody like Reagan have they at that point overplayed their hand, or is that still going to work because people are dumb and don't know who Ronald Reagan was eight eight nine four one pag Joe. Pags dot com. Stay here..
"sousa" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"And Asians. So. The cancer spreads folks. Let's go to the phones Catherine you're up next Phil Valentine show. Katherine how are you? Katherine. Your weather. Katherine. Okay. I dunno. She's listening on the radio. And then I guarantee you. That's what's going. She'll come to become Sousa delay come. Yes. Katherine as she got the sense the phone sink. Sure does Catherine. Or the trunk? Okay. Blinked twice, Catherine. If you need us. Joe you would be up next. Hi, joe. How you doing? I'm doing extra good. Gotta question. Are you talking about the black face? But no one's talking about the white face. The whiny brothers did a movie here back in the late nineties to. Yeah. White chicks. I mean, they're gonna they're gonna start banning that too. I was just won't get your input on that. None of. No. I mean, that's fine. If you're ridiculing the white man because the white man is the oppressor. So yes, that's just that's just a that's just good fun. You say it's all in good fun. Look, I know when it's in good fun. And I know when it's in bad taste. I think we all do. You know, if you're doing a caricature of a guy he's in the black face going home. It's the watermelon and some taps you the. I mean, that's that is in bad taste, obviously. But if you're doing Sammy baby and black face, that's pretty funny. At least I thought it was on Saturday Night Live many years ago. So of Billy, crystal apparently, rob Reiner Roberts Europe next to the Phil Valentine show. I guess everybody seemed to forget about our Jolson you play in the black face back in the twenties and thirties. Yeah. I think that's the one. They're they're upset about. Well, I don't think I don't think they were born by that time. Yeah. But see that's when we talk about black face. That's I mean, that's when you hearken back to the algebra. And that's what they're talking about. You know, it was it was a caricature of a black person to poke fun at him. And when you do that. Now, it's. Well, of course, and I will give you this to given the race relations in this in this country and the way black folks have been treated historically in this country that I can understand. Because I had well, I'm not going to bring up the whole thing. But there was an Italian guy got upset with me once upon a time about a spoof. We did. And he tried to make it like that. I had called in the N word or something. I said man, don't even go there. If you're a talion, you cannot even come close to associating or feeling the pain the black Americans have gone through in this country. Not even the same thing. It's like if I called a German a crowd or whatever or or a Brit a Limy. Yeah. They don't like that either. But it is not even remotely close to call them the black. I and the inward so I mean, I I get I get the whole I guess the concept of the so-called black fakes, but they're calling black face everything for you. I don't think we're joy Behar did was black fakes. But now, she's probably going to have to rely resigned to which is ridiculous. I don't think north them should resign over some photograph. Some even if he was the guy in black face because it was that long ago, and you're going to judge the dude for what he was doing by the time. He was twenty twenty two. Whatever was it's gotten ridiculous, folks. Now, if he did it right now might be different story. We'll be back. We'll take some phone calls on the the site to six one five seven three seven nine nine eight six seven three seven WW. And we're back after this.
"sousa" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra
"Plus the first fight of the night on the main card is Lavinia Sousa versus Sarah Frota Safran does making her debut. She was on the contender series. And she won by first round knockout back in August. So mysterious in that pitch undefeated. She's like she's talking about an FBI tape. I know formed what is Susan record? She is twelve one. And she has one fight. I'm going to confirm that let me say she. Yes, she has a guillotine choke win over Alex chambers and hurt you have see debut, which is also fun Invicta fugitives. And Sarah's record is what she is nine nine. Oh, yeah. Twelve one nine. Oh, yes. Where did she fight for this nine? Oh, I'm gonna look I think she was in. Well, she was like I said she was on the contender series. And then she was into a bunch of what she looks like there's no pitch that mysterious joke before because it's a picture of a of a shadowy figure just a show with a hair show might not even be your hair. We don't know that could be just that's who the hell that. That's her will that. Now that definitely wasn't the right pitcher because well, look let me see the shift face. She does. Okay. So that's definitely gonna pay her outgoing with Sarah. All right because. Kind of you know, listen, you got certain choices in life. And when you get tattoos on your face. It makes the choices a lot less as far as a occupation. Right. Sure. Accountant is probably how to be a president, heart specialists or something. No, I don't, you know, you're not going to go to work on your your sick child. And will you have a tattoos on your face? I don't judge that. But I think she's suited for a cage of the fight. Mckay. Ch- Jimmy's you taking I'm taking Sarah. Bye. Second round stoppage. Punches. What is during the last fight? She has a it was a submission win over Alex chambers. I'm giving her a second round submission. I think that twelve and one even though is very good nine. And I don't think she's fought the level of competition. Maybe Sousa has fought. Maybe you don't know who she fought Jimmy, you're right. All right. I just like the little combative spices things up comet Chris. Yeah. I'm also going to take a Lavinia Sousa by second round submission. I think you're right keeps copying daddy. Yeah. Let's go to eager to do knows best. I'm just going to call. Guys, while one more fight. What is it expert to show? It's Johnnie Walker who really like against Justin la- debt is put them down a little bit. So we just think about some other fights sure would they do in LS fights before you call Johnny walkers cats. I don't wanna leave her on now. Johnnie walker. I know is coming off a win. I'm gonna pull his his record. He knocked out. Right. He's big IRA's real tall. Yeah. He's a big, dude. He's he's an interesting prospect. I think at light heavyweight the websites being really slow just is coming off of a decision loss to outlander. Iraqi each in his last fight and Johnny Walker knocked out Khalil Roundtree. First round knock it. That's right. Yeah. He's ferocious Walker. He defeated. His he he is fourteen three. He's one is only UFC fight and he has a win on the contender series. Okay. Yeah. Patient of phony doing Lolly the fuck. guest lake. Turn up the lights in here. Baby. Jimmy buddy, turn the lights hooping sing like an angel chief so more. Jimmy, what do you want the this after or you want me to tell you know?.
Italian architect Renzo Piano to design new Genoa bridge
"The Italian architect. Renzo piano will oversee the construction of a new bridge in Genoa following the collapse of the former stature that killed forty three. People tennis of Mathilde designed for the new structure for free and says his bridge will be completed in twelve months, and we'll lost for a thousand years. We'll Markle's Ivan Kavala joins us now from Milan Ivan the bridge collapsed in August. It was a terrible disaster. The loss of life, obviously, also economically. Yes, sir. That's true. In terms of the traffic going into general poor because it's a critical port for northern Italy. The estimates so far range between a billion and two billion euros in terms of lost revenue. So it's been an economic killer for for region that for longtime has been has been isolated in this bridge collapse. Only were. In that situation for Genoa and the Liguria region. So how political has this? We building process being. Well, yes, for sure politics have have entered into the fray here because you have different factions always within the government itself if you think about the governing coalition with the the populace five star. And then the the league, you know, the five star has been noted for their opposition to infrastructure projects the tavern project in the Nevada Sousa region. That would connect Leon with with Turin. There's been a lot of movement against these these projects and also a bypass highway by system in general itself, which was long discussed and would have been actually a great help. If if it had been in place, or at least part of it had been in place when when when the it collapsed, and so there are a lot of finger pointing there's also the minister of infrastructure. To know any himself who you know, has said that in the past old bridge wouldn't collapse and five star movement. Exponents been saying that, you know, there was a lot of gloom and doom that it wasn't true. And then of course, we we saw the tragedy in August. And so the government at least the five star component is trying to now say say face on that. But on the inside if you look at the the administration there, you have a mayor whose independent, but central right? And that's the first time there's been a center right leading the city since nineteen seventy five with the governor from fourteen Talia, and they together have been seen as a team. That's that's helped this process moving along. We're now we have this announcement that with Renzo piano design, we'll possibly in twelve months, see at least most of the bridge completed. I'm not sure if in twelve months, they'll be traffic running across. Those those lanes, but there is hope one can say Renzo piano himself is from Genoa. And of course, as we know he's designed some of the most famous buildings in the world the pump descend to the shot at the Whitney museum and so on. But this is his hometown. He told Laura Republica that what was needed was beautiful and safe bridge that we provide a rebirth and redemption for Genoa, this really isn't just another bridges at this a lot of emotion behind it. Definitely. I mean, you think about Renzo piano. He has done some projects if you think about the poor twenty co in Germany when the city hosted as a cultural capital ninety two he he has done something's there. But this this would obviously be a landmark project something along the lines of the buildings that you've mentioned before that fit. He is known for and really the city needs something uplifting right now because this was just a terrible tragedy. And also. Reinforced the relation of an area that has has long been impeded by this and could really be abuse economically. I mean think about the railway tunnel one of the companies said he improperly, which is now being handed the job to do the bridge design or the bridge construction. I should say they're involved in finally getting together, the railway tunnels that would link up general with with Milan. And this thing has been going along in delays since the early nineties and finally, proper, let's say construction and digging has has has begun in the last few years, and there's hope that in twenty twenty one if all goes, well, this would be a key link between Genoa all the way through Germany and Rotterdam and would help Genoa because for example, right now, see traffic with containers.