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Blaber Wins 2021 LCS Spring Split MVP Award
"League of Legends Pro play Cloud. 9. * jungle fiber has been named the MVP of the 2021 spring split announced right today at twenty one years old. He leads all junglers in the LCS and kills assists first Bloods average credit score and damage per minute to that site oracle's Elixir p b. Team liquids Alpha restart top laner for that Squad. He came out was one of the most dominating split debuts for European import. This will be blabber's second MVP of his career. The first was the L system split MVP of last year. Look towards this C9 roster and specially keep your eye on blabber heading into MSI, but first things first, they had to beat either Team Liquid or TSM in the LCS spring split finals this coming Sunday
Hundreds in Stockholm Protest Sweden's Virus Restrictions
"In sweden dispersed hundreds of people who had gathered in central stockholm protests corona virus restrictions set by the swedish government authorities say. The demonstration was illegal as it was held without permission. It was the first major rally against virus restrictions in sweden. I'm joe chiro fox. The
Researchers recover 1-million-year-old mammoth DNA
"You would think after being extinct for thousands of years, mammoths would have no more surprises. Well, the world's oldest DNA's samples say otherwise, to mammoth molars pulled from the permafrost in north eastern Siberia contained didna dating back to more than a million years ago. It's a big leap backwards in time that that's which was Luca Dillon is at the center for Paleo Genetics in Stockholm. And he says this mammoth DNI is twice as old as the previous record holder, which came from an ancient horse Now sequencing million year old knee like this was impossible. Just a few years ago samples that old were just too small to work with. Now researchers can see incredibly small samples, but it's challenging to put them together. Tom Vander Vault also works with the center for Paleo Genetics. Imagine if you're Edna is fragment that into literally millions of tiny pieces. It is a painstaking puzzle. Well, it's not only one parcel, it's actually multiple. Purcell's so imagine. You know, you have one parcel for the malice genome. But then you have another passage for the whole bacterial content of the examples. You have another possible for the human Dina for the paleontologists and us in the lab. Once they had finished sorting out the mammoth bits. The DNI gave the scientists a unique window into mammoth evolution. Delenn says the standard view holds there was only one mammoth species in Siberia a couple million years ago. What we find now is that actually we found two different lineages. We can't really say they're different species, but they're clearly two different genetic types of malice so that that came as a complete surprise to us. The ancient DNI. A also gives clues the origins of the Columbian mammoth, which lived in North and Central America. Here's Tom Vander Volk again Good kind of show that this Colombian moment is a hybrid species between two off the genetic lineages. So one is the new general image that we found in this paper. And the other is the willing mama genetic limits, So to say their work appears today in the journal Nature. Alfred Rocca of the University of Illinois at Urbana Champagne wasn't involved in the work, but wrote on accompanying editorial. It's an absolutely amazing discovery. It takes back field of ancient DNAs to Twice is far in geological time as before, and that genetic puzzling unlocks the possibility. He says that we may soon find more evolutionary play by plays hiding in super
In a mammoth's molar, scientists get a glimpse of evolution in action
"Would have no more surprises. Well, the world's oldest DNA's samples say otherwise, to mammoth molars pulled from the permafrost in north eastern Siberia contained didna dating back to more than a million years ago. It's a big leap backwards in time that that's which was Luca Dillon is at the center for Paleo Genetics in Stockholm. And he says this mammoth DNI is twice as old as the previous record holder, which came from an ancient horse now sequencing million year old knee like this was impossible just a few years ago samples that old were just too small to work with. Now, researchers can see incredibly small samples, but it's challenging to put them together. Tom Vander Vault also works with the center for Paleo Genetics. Imagine if you're Edna is fragment that into literally millions of tiny pieces. It is a painstaking puzzle. It's not only one parcel, it's actually multiple parcels. So imagine you know you have one parcel for the malice genome. But then you have another parcel for the whole bacterial content of the examples. You have another possible for the human Dina for the paleontologists and us in the lab. Once they had finished sorting out the mammoth bits. The DNI gave the scientists a unique window into mammoth evolution. Delenn says the standard view holds there was only one mammoth species in Siberia a couple million years ago. What we find now is that actually we found two different lineages. We can't really say there are different species, but they're clearly two different genetic types of malice so that that came as a complete surprise to us. The ancient DNI. A also gives clues the origins of the Columbian mammoth, which lived in North and Central America. Here's Tom Vander Volk again Good kind of show that this Columbia moment is a hybrid species between two off the genetic lineages. So one is the new general image that we found in this paper. And the other is the Willie Mama genetic limit, So to say their work appears today in the journal Nature. Alfred Rocca of the University of Illinois at Havana. Champagne wasn't involved in the work, but wrote on accompanying editorial. It's an absolutely amazing discovery. It takes back the field of ancient DNA's a Twice a Zafar in geological time as before, and that genetic puzzling unlocks the possibility. He says that we may soon find more evolutionary play by plays hiding in super Old DKNY.
Temperatures to rise this week in Seattle area along with potential for flooding; lowland rain expected after snow blankets region
"Is snow has been followed by rain and co Most character hostage has been across what Kim County talked to business owners, including Hallie Pernet of Sweet Bellingham, and reports on how things are looking. Their main arterials around town are clear. But still wet and some areas have that pooling water. Of course, those side streets, those still slushy and wet melting snow has allowed businesses in the fair haven neighborhood to re open. Snow forced them to shatter over the weekend. We all woke up Saturday morning thinking you're going to come to work for one of the busiest weekends of the year, and none of us could even get out of our driveways, Of course, that Valentine's Day when you can have a big one for bakeries across our region. Now, business has told me that folks are back out and about That hasn't helped to make up for some of those weekend losses and these higher temperatures, upper thirties and low forties or expected to last throughout the week. Road Cruiser in Stockholm ish county's still plowing snow, But they warn that melting snow could be the next challenge. Jim Parker with County public works, says residents can help prevent urban flooding look and make sure that their their dreams are open. That the water is able to drain is not plugged up with snow or debris that will certainly help get the water off of the road more quickly, he says. For now, Cruz is still plowing, sanding and de icing, snowy, icy roads. No more news
"stockholm" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Stockholm Syndrome Stock home. Yes, I'm going with aliens. You know how possession scares may also lives. It's one of my life's greatest fears. Yes, God to be. Oh, yeah, I'm assuming like the movie that if you're abducted if you have a demon in you, your head spins around 360 degrees, right? Not necessarily could that could be worth things. Yeah, Yeah, I think I'm going demon. I think I could have a lot of fun without control people. Yeah, pretty sure. Yeah. That'd be a laugh Riot for me. I'm with you, Kenny. No, no. No takeover and even Let's go. Let's go. Come on, Would you rather be able to see things that are very far away like binoculars? Or be able to see things very close up like a microscope. O e think far away yet so I could look at planets and stuff like that. Oh, looking at things close up, you start seeing like, if you look at a piece of dead skin it just process you have The surface of all that stuff. You just don't want to know. Yeah, it'd be fun to be able to say, McClain. I'm watching you kill the demon traffic You can see from a distance, Kenny. Just be like, Oh, no, I were I wouldn't use my power for good legs. No. Oh, right, right. Just making job's easy You can get back to the chaos. Ah, let's I'm used. I'm doing binoculars. Yeah, sounds way more fun, you know. Would you rather discover that you're perfect Tender date has a significant other or find out that they have an extreme foot fetish. Home. 0 FT finish. Go ahead. Do what you need to do. So I might like it too. Wow. What? You need to go ahead. What did she say? Go ahead. Do what you need to do. It's fine. Yeah, yeah. If I get a foot massage, and I'm like good, I don't care what it.
Mario Draghi Is Asked to Form Government in Italy
"We begin. Today in italy where mario draghi. The former chief of the european central bank has been invited by at least president cemetery to form a unity government following the collapse of the coalition talks among italy's political parties late last night in rome. The political tumult in italy was sparked by the resignation of his prime minister. Giuseppe comtesse last week and a little earlier today. A europe editor at large at stalker gave us this. Rundown of how events unfolded in rome after those coalition talks broke down yesterday evening now after that happened the president mattino della addressed tv cameras and said basically. There were two options. One would be go to early elections. That would be two years early. Because i not scheduled till twenty twenty three or he could cool together at this technocrat government. Basically an institutional government made up of known politicians. Now the reason. He said he's going to do. This is because italy is really into difficult situation. There's a health crisis and economic crisis financial crisis he. He basically listed a host of reasons. Why it would be a bad decision to call early. Elections the fact that the government wouldn't be executing its food functions during campaigning. The fact that everyone would be out on the streets trying to win votes at stockholm articles. Europe editor at large speaking to us from milan a little earlier today at kiara as described italy's president has effectively removed the politics from italy's government by instituting the so-called technocratic government. How remarkable to give a bit of a longer view on this or a move. Is this in the recent history of italian politics. and what do you foresee the political implications. I suppose of this move might be in italy in the months to come well thomas. I think it's an interesting way to put it. That president material has removed the politics from this because yes he is proposing technocrat but i think his decision is very shrewd political. Move actually You know we've talked on a monocle minute about the importance of the role of montana. And all of this you know. We focused a lot about squabbles between different parties and former prime ministers and future prime ministers. And what's going to be but actually at centro vitale is president. La la la who has made a very very intelligent move in completely. You know upending. Everybody's expectations and bringing mario draghi to the table. This is a name that a lot of parties will find difficult to say no to but that certain parties will feel almost impossible to approve and in order to understand that you have to know a little bit about the background of the last ten years of italian. Politics really is a long game. The relevance of this moment actually goes back almost a decade and it goes back to. Mario monti's government in twenty eleven ha de italian history of technocratic governments and how relation feels about them. It goes back to the fact that it's virtually the rise of the technocratic government supported by establishment. Parties sent left center right to the essentially boyd. The extreme success of movements like moving five stars the moon five stars was born out of dissatisfaction with the establishment and establishment is the pd. The establishment is better screenings party and is the technocrats the people coming from europe who are immediately resonate with this idea of steady and finance and banks. Which doesn't actually go down very well done throat of italians that were really really badly scarred by the financial crisis i think when you look at the last decade of italian politics you look at a real series of governments to have an lasted very long and remote qabli. A lot of them governments that were directly elected by the people. You know we've had technocratic governments we've had really you know we've had coalition governments where you know the majority of was really really tight whack. Coalition talks went on for ages. We've had internal betrayals and you know people come to the fore. Even though they hadn't really been selected by a popular vote. So i think what this might do for the overall mood of of the population is bring back all those feelings off just simply not really having a political choice in all of this and may actually give more fire to all of these populist parties that made their fortune out of the situation like this in the past and if we do come to early elections which has not yet. A possibility is completely off the cards. It may actually paying favor in on those populist parties which we saw in coalition government a couple of years ago three years ago. Now but that never expressed a proper. I guess prime minister political prime minister. Let's remember that the content much as we think about it now as appropriate political figure he was also a lawyer by profession. He was chosen by the moving five stars as a relatively neutral name. That would put together a coalition between moving and lega. But we haven't really had a party leader as prime minister in quite a long
As mining causes roads to crack and houses to collapse, a Swedish city is moved
"Thirty years ago a mining town in sweden looked like running out of jobs. The question what could they do to reinvent their industry so they asked a very clever scientist. She answered build a space station and they did. The town was killing and by the way it's within the arctic circle now the space station up and running and doing fine. The next challenge is moving the whole city. And that's what the sign show is about today. And how you move buildings and thousands of people and do so in the lapland. Guide is an homes who lives in sweden and once reported for sbs and there are many stakeholders involved in extraordinary project of moving the city of corona the iron ore mine elke ab municipality the government the politicians the urban planners the architects and other experts and not least the people and all their say but there is one major participant. That is absolutely instrumental in making. The kid and i moved project at all possible. And that's the royal institute of technology in store co. and that's where you come in professor cars. Yes i've been a professor at the institute for a very long time and by chance i met the mail you care not in two thousand twelve and we started discussing urban planning and then i suddenly got an invitation to move to cure now to take responsibility for making a plan for the new. The city had to be relocated due to the fact that the iron or production demanded removal of the city. How did it all start them. Start with the mayor and what she saw as urgent was to make a plan that met the expectations of the residents. Because when you are forcing people to leave their homes they expect something. Really good as a replacements. You said you have to work taking something very attractive and so you are in a very short period of time because we are in russia time wise and then what happened. I'm urban planning urban planner. All my life doing theoretical work in this was. I just couldn't say no to so i immediately pack my bags and move here now. Yes but how did you decide that that was necessary. Did you decide that. He wasn't enough sitting in your office. No no theoretical stuff. No now the challenge to do this all in practice and doing it in reality of course demands are in place to meet was so important to meet with all these stakeholders not least to meet and socialize with the residents of care in order to really make sure that would i create in. My plan was something that met their expectations about the out for me on the new city. How was it to move from a capital in sweden. And your job to small town above the arctic circle t different worlds different two different worlds. I mean the first thing was that whether is so different. So i came up. I was met by snow. Snow snow and darkness. This was the winter and it was freezing cold. And he's a little town very few restaurants very few cultural activities. How did that feel. It felt strange but immediately realized that in order to make this feasible and enjoying myself. I need to socialize with people and people took me for snow. Mobile rides to out fishing of walking in the mountains and became a part of cultural life in catering. I gather that you quiet. Almost rock star status after a while now and not drugstore status but became very familiar. Face here's the guy who is removing the with any animosity from people. in general. the first reaction was here. Comes this guy from stockholm. He's going to make our planet size that he's awesome academic with provides Even more skepticism. But as i met with people is behind our dialogues about new city and they saw plans for the new city merging. They became more and more positive positive. So walking from the office to my home recalls a twenty minute walk. I could very often meet with. Oh the new seat the town square. We saw the town square. It looks so nice or people say oh wonderful that you're rains parking for snow as we need that
What is the Ice Hotel?
"The ice hotel is a hotel. An art exhibition made of ice from the river. Torne each year reincarnated end. The brand new design a place to discover silence northern lights glistening snow clad forests reindeer cloud berries kettle coffee and so much more every year when the torne river turns to ice. A new ice hotel is created in a very small village of yuccas yari. In the north of sweden the ice of the river transforms to design and architecture and ephemeral art project and the world's first and largest hotel belt of snow and ice every year. Since i was a little girl. I have wanted to visit the ice hotel in sweden. It was a long shot. But i figured it was a dream and nothing would come of it. I imagined myself at the magical place made of ice and snow and how would be unusual and a once in a lifetime experience for me after all. I have had my time and stockholm sweden. But that's as far as my travels in. Sweden took me northern. Sweden would have to be for another time. I had rubbed shoulders with adults from my swedish language. Learning camp in bemidji minnesota which. I went to every october to better my conversational and writing skills and the swedish language and found the stories fascinating. I asked them to tell me their tales again and again. The older women some of them actually swedes from sweden took liberties with their stories and change them up a bit just for the fun of it every time it was a new adventure one of the stories that might have been up. Made me giddy with excitement and marymount. It was based around christmas time and it seemed so cozy in real. Surely it must be true. I didn't ask though. I imagined myself as being sabine. She'd that was telling the story and having the is hotel experience. Imagine with me arriving from stockholm to the ice hotel and yucca. Crv right on the torn revolver. The torne river is where they get all the ice for the ice hotel. The many designers engineers architects artists and workers start building the hotel from scratch every year. A labor of love. No doubt this year they were having a very special christmas. Celebration and architects engineers and designers were making special holiday installations special trees and wreaths the lap of an ice santa claus to sit on to tell your christmas wish to glistening chandeliers adorned with red and green colors projected onto the mini lighted fixtures some spaces clean and monochromatic swedish as expected and some fanciful like a childhood memory of a colorful christmas season. Passed my five cents is were working overtime. I smelled holly and evergreen saw the different colors of projected lights felt the unbearable coldness hurt the piano. Playing jazz seasonal selections center to my right or was it to my left and i was greeted at the front reception with champagne and cloud berries something. I don't even think we have an america. The woman behind the ice desk gave me a reindeer skin blanket to put over my shoulders and walked me to an outdoor firepit only steps away on the outside of the building a roaring fire and wonderful ice chairs covered in some more reindeer blankets. My mind was blown away with excitement. What else would i experience. I had just started my four night adventure in this cold winter. Christmas wonderland soon enough. I was handed a mug of coffee with rum. And i knew this was where i wanted to call home forever. More adventurers came to sit by the firepit with the same wide. Eyed wonder and spirited excitement. I smiled but kept my eyes glued to the fire but all the visitors new that the ice and snow wouldn't last long as the ice hotel closed down in april before my trip was over i will have gone across the wilderness in snowshoes. Go on sleigh rides with reindeer. See the northern lights had met the saami people of lapland. I will have eaten swedish. Christmas cuisine and watched the saint lucia event. But for now time stood still as i glazed is over the fire and dreamed later i would be shown to the room. I selected my very own ice room with an actual ice table complete with a mini refrigerator and colored ice sculptures of christmas past and reindeer blankets covering my ice bed and an actual fireplace. I can watch while laying in bed. The time seemed like an endless christmas trip. But also that. If i didn't hurry i'd miss the whole thing in a blink of an eye. I grew sleepy and dreamed of a wonderful time. The one thing i knew was that this wouldn't be my last time here at the ice hotel for christmas yes there would be more visits and perhaps a chance to be a worker in making it all come together for the holiday season later that first night i was given cheese and blog a red wine with rum learning all new things about the swedish way of life hand was going to be a you fork experience for shore
The Story of The Wandering Pier
"Thanks so much for joining us today. Can you please tell us your name where you're from your current shin and the name of your business. This this pair. I'm from trinidad. And tobago and london. And i'm currently located in nine malaysia. And my business. I work in the english language department. So i am an esl teacher at the moment. And when i'm not doing that. I'm traveling the world. Not in twenty twenty and when you say traveling the world like you mean literally taraborrelli. I think it would be easier for you to tell us where you have not been not yet not yet. I mean it's easier to tell you. I have been i don't know all were for. You've been out there so like i've been poking around in your life and a source he started like your blog. Mama sita garcia in twenty eleven on instagram and twitter. You're wondering pierre the wandering deer so you've just been like document team your travels from time and so now also also for those don't know trinidad. is just off the coast of venezuela So you got your little south america on a little bit too so okay just okay. Let's just go back. Just go back like just tell me all the things like when did you find your wanderlust. i would say that. It really came into play once i started. No actually that was more. Solo travel some jumping ahead there wunderlist. Last i think became more of a thing when travel became easier for me and that was in the form of my british passport so i have dual citizenship with the uk and trinidad and tobago and prior to that. It was just very restricting. You know like when you need a visa at just odds so much to To the plate when you want to travel somewhere. So i think because of that i had travelled you know Since i was young i had been to england and had been to the us. My mom made sure that we got to see a little bit of the world where she was able to make that happen And when i moved to england. I really do that much i. I went on a school trip to spain. And that's when i decided. I'm kinda live in spain. One day of but yeah generally it was. It was more when my passport opened up the doors to do it more freely and so it meant that in especially as a unique students i think. When did i get hospita. Gosh i can't remember probably like two thousand end saechsische ish somewhere around there maybe and Yeah just through. Uni knows before that story and then through union we would take these short trips because myth ryanair and easyjet is confined like super cheap flights. We wanted to explore more of the uk. But the costume. Going to like scotland would like the same cost is going to stockholm. So so we were. Just go out. And that's when it was really ignited. I would say the more i did it the more i wanted to do it and it was just really accessible in uni when that student loan came through i would pay what needed to be paid so like my accommodation any books any fees and then whatever was left was like right. Where can we go. Even if that meant a cades gonna be beans on toast for for the rest of the tim. The hours balanced the way it went so we would like and squeeze in trips here and there
PM: Sweden's health officials misjudged new infection wave
"Though sweden's covid cases dropped drastically over the summer the country head still become somewhat of an international pariah some of its closest allies the other nordic countries turn their backs on the swedish experiment. This swedes didn't think it was necessary to have strict border. Controls and the. Swedes didn't think it was necessary to institute lockdown and that basically forced all the other governments of their neighbors to close borders with sweden it went to the extend that norway actually deployed the army to the borders with sweden which is really unprepared to deploy the army to help guard the borders to prevent plumbers stein crossings. And that's pretty astonishing for that part of the world. I mean one official in finland told me that they don't see sweden as a black sheep but they think of sweden as a different sheep. You know in this a polite way of saying they are. They are no really doing what we think needs to be done. When did swedish officials realized that they weren't doing what needed to be done. Tober numbers started going up again in sweden especially in stockholm and i think by november. They had a pretty pretty steep rise in infections. In hospitals started filling up again and the more started swelling. I spoke to the head of the stockholm hospitals for my article and he was very very worried. He you know. Swedes are pretty low. Key in the use of active but he said it was a very very serious situation. He said that hospitals were filling up. He said that people were dying. At an increasing rate. And he said that the growth was still at a level which was not really sustainable. The streets of sweden's capital or quiet. A second wave of covert is sweeping through stockholm. It didn't escape as authorities predicted. It would so in november. The swedish government changed course implementing restrictions. The rest of europe has had in place for months in a rare televised speech. Prime minister stephan lovin addressed. The people of sweden say on auto would some he basically said uh little. We got this. Summer and autumn is truly over people's health and lives are still endanger the dangerous increasing then the prefix undersold moreno hurston evac ed november man. This'll hell sodhi if food fall on the fodder forum burqa. He asked people to stay at home. He asked people to not engage in interactions. If there are necessary in order to reduce the spread of the virus and he served painted a very very bleak picture of the reality of swin new job. You dad two summers. I what they now have is a ban on all gatherings of eighth people in public. Which essentially meant that cinemas theatres and other such venues had to close down. Many of them did and they also banned sales of alcohol after ten o'clock so that means bars. We'll have to close around ten o'clock. What has dr technol- and the health said about these measures. Well that's interesting. you see. The measures the restrictive measures at the end of november were announced by the government not by the healthcare agency and when you go on their website and when you read their guidelines they explain outline the guidelines and then they say it was political bodies that made these decisions so i think there is a sense. That healthcare agency has been Overridden by the politician's a little bit because that restriction to ban gatherings of over eight people was not something they proposed initially but swedish health officials are still going against scientific consensus in another way. They're actively discouraging. The use of masks in public spaces homes. Nobody wears a mask except for individuals. Who want to to this very day. The public health agency and dr technol- chief epidemiologist are advising against wearing masks. Their rationale is if you wear a mask. You may not stick the social distancing rules and that's dangerous because the mosque not protect you. And the social distancing will so it's better to keep your distance you stay away from a person in a public space rather than you wear masks and you come close to them. What do all of these new measures mean for the swedish economy. The overall swedish economy is not doing great this year like everyone else. I mean the estimates of the central bank are that by early next year. Unemployment will go up to ten percent. That's quite a lot for sweden. So you know. The swedish economy is not doing well by any measure and certainly not doing better than comparable countries that did have lockdowns especially not in the neighborhood. If you look at norway finland and denmark. They are not doing worse than sweden. Why do you think the swedish experiment failed. And what do you think it says about balancing personal freedoms with health it's important to preserve freedom and keep the economy going. But you have to have a plan. You have to have targeted measures. Then you have to keep a handle on the virus and think. Sweden failed to do that. Sweden failed to institute the initial serve circuit breaker lockdown in the beginning then twin failed to really improve. Its contact tracing in testing systems. And they didn't really device targeted measures. That would be able to keep this disease in check. And ultimately there is no actual zero-some game in terms of either you be virus or be economy. I think when you let the virus run amok economy will crash. There is no example whatsoever that i can think of and i've been reporting about this for ten months now over country that let the virus loose and savings economy. That just didn't happen anywhere in the world.
Nobel ceremonies go low-key this year because of coronavirus
"The pomp and ceremony of the Nobel Prize events have been reined in this year the main measures to slow the spread of the coronavirus traditionally the leverage nubile ceremonies held on December tenth the anniversary of the death of price founder Alfred Nobel that's an old native city hall in Stockholm but this year it's rather more low key the first of the prizes was awarded Sunday the literature prize winner American put lease click during a ceremony in her garden now go to Penn rose bush scientists will be awarded his fifty six in London moving across the Atlantic Harvey also will receive his physiology and medicine ward at the National Institute of health in Washington DC well for the recipient Charles rice will meet with Sweden's consul general in New York I'm Charles the last month
IRS Says Its Own Error Sent $1,200 Stimulus Checks To Non-Americans Overseas
"Now. Earlier this year, our team of reporters discovered that stimulus money from the first coronavirus relief package had been mistakenly sent to citizens off other countries. U. S government previously blamed the recipients for that error. But as Sasha Pfeiffer from our NPR investigations, team reports, the Iris now says those non Americans were not always at fault and the mistake Is likely to happen again, if more stimulus checks go out. Suzanne Wig force is a 78 year old citizen of Sweden, who lives in the country's capital, Stockholm, and over the summer, she was surprised to get a check in the mail from the United States Treasury, followed by a letter signed by President Donald J. Trump. And he says the White House Washington You lied. 31st. Your economic impact payment has arrived. My fellow American. It was a stimulus check for $1200. And I thought I can't believe it. They're sending it to me. Why? I mean, it's crazy, isn't it? It's crazy, she says, because she is not entitled to that money. The only people eligible for stimulus checks are U. S citizens and individuals that for tax purposes, the iris calls resident aliens. Suzanne. Weak force is neither of those now. Previously, the U. S government said the reason many non citizens mistakenly received checks is they filed incorrect tax returns that made them appear to be American. But weak force does not file a U. S tax return. Asked about this by NPR, The Iris now acknowledges that some non Americans erroneously receive stimulus money through no fault of their own. I'm just upset. I love American. This is so wrong because I saw that number of people were being evicted every month in Chicago, for instance, and I thought One of those families would have needed this stimulus check. Why should a Swedish citizen living abroad received $1200? The iris now says it mistakenly sent checks to some non citizens who receive Social Security and other federal benefits. People like WIG force. She receives a small social security payment from having worked in California for several years. And she believes that's why the iris erroneously sent her a stimulus check. I'm not gonna cash it. I'm just going to leave it here. There's no way I'm going to catch this money. It doesn't belong to me. Since Congress passed its coronavirus relief package in March, the U. S government has put no mechanisms in place to prevent these mistakes from happening again. That means if a new relief plan passes in the final weeks of the Trump administration or during the Biden administration, and if it includes more stimulus payments, some of that money is again likely to mistakenly end up in mailboxes overseas. Weak force is even likely to get another check how much money is leading out from the Treasury Department? Because of these similares checks. I wonder, the U. S. Government cannot answer that question. The Treasury did find that as of late May, $34 million in stimulus had gone to people who filed a tax return with a foreign address. But that includes eligible people like US citizens living abroad, and it does not include citizens of other countries who received a check at a U. S address. For example, NPR interview to citizen of the Dominican Republic who was not eligible, he had got a check at his former address in Massachusetts. At $34 Million also does not include people like WIG Force who got a check but don't file a U. S tax return at all. I think the poor folks in the iris don't have the bandwidth to go chasing this end. A. Kelleher is a vice president at Sprint tax, which does us tax preparation for nonresidents. It'd be great if they did, because I believe that there's millions of dollars that has gone to people that went entitled to it. Certainly not the intended recipients. Spring tax has clients from about 150 countries who mistakenly received stimulus check. Ex. Kelleher said the most common were India, China, South Korea, Vietnam and the United Kingdom, as well as numerous nations in Latin America. It's awful when we hear of millions of dollars going into the wrong hands, but was probably within a somewhat acceptable threshold of error or margin of error acceptable, he said, because Congress opted for speed over accuracy when it flooded the U. S economy with money last spring. Many non Americans who received a check and error are now trying to return it because they worry it will jeopardize their visa or immigration status. Course. There's equally thousands there is saying, Well, if they were silly enough to make this mistake, it's their mistake, and I'm not gonna give it back until they ask for it. Van Shockley falls in that category. He's 74 years old and was born in Pennsylvania. But he moved to Australia after becoming disillusioned with US politics in the 19 sixties. I had always been depressed when JFK was killed. I just couldn't get over that. So I started looking for someplace else start all over. So he gave up his U. S citizenship and has now been an Australian citizen for about a half century. His last trip to the U. S. Was 40 years ago. But he to receive stimulus money even though he's not eligible for it and does not file a U. S tax return. That was a waste together. My check the mail. Love pulled out a check. Federal Reserve Treasury thingamajig along with the eagle on that it's made out to me. What's the sum of America? What the hell's going on here? Why am I getting a check from the government? Just like Suzanne Wig Force in Sweden? Van Shockley in Australia suspects he mistakenly got a check because he receives Social Security from having worked in the U. S before moving overseas. First I thought it was a joke. And then I went down to the bank says Can you do some way of verifying that this is legal and the girl come back after five minutes. This is it's legal. You got the milling. Thank you, ma'am. I didn't ask for the money. I didn't expect any money. But as soon as I got us stuck into the bank, he ain't getting it back. Shockley attributes the mist ake two U. S. Government incompetence, complete stupidity. Just not doing their job properly. U S. Treasury officials said they are quote continuing to assess the accuracy of the stimulus program and the recovery efforts for any erroneous payments. In the meantime, they told NPR the Iris is relying on individuals to voluntarily return these payments. Sasha five for NPR News.
Two American Professors Win Nobel Prize In Economics
"Professors have won the Nobel Prize in economics. They were awarded this morning for pioneering research into auction theory, Acuity sciences, Kevin Stark explains. In Stockholm. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences handed the prize to professors Paul Milgram and Robert Wilson. The two men developed a new auction format that has been used in a wide array of transactions from art auctions to Internet sales and from home purchases to California's market of pollution allowances to mitigate global warming Academy, says the two Stanford economist Research has improved how goods and services are bought and sold around the world. Benefitting businesses, consumers and taxpayers. I'm Kevin Star News.
Stanford Professors Win Nobel In Economics For Understanding And Designing Auctions
"Going once going twice, auctions are at the heart of this year's Nobel Prize in economics and the winners are a pair of professors from Stanford Paul Milgram and Robert Wilson were recognized for their work and understanding how options work and for making them work better NPR's economics correspondent. Scott, horsely, with say Scott good to be with you. All right. So you say auctions and I think cattle and I think an auctioneer sense you know how many five hundred even I mean I'm just saying you're gonNa tell me their work these economics. Economics work is much broader than that. Rachel. They're all different kinds of auctions from the cadillacs and you described the fancy art auctions where people wave little paddles and the the high bidder gets the painting. There's government auctions where the job goes to the low bidder auctions where the bids are secret auctions where everybody can see what the other bidders are doing a lot of the questions in auction theory revolve around what kind of information the different players have Do they all put the same value on the item being auctioned or do they attach different values to it? If a government's auctioning off drilling rights, for example, how much different oil companies know about what's underneath the ground? And Wilson's work addresses. Those questions in a way that helps both buyers and sellers and price noted, their work is not just theoretical in the early nineteen nineties. For example, the FCC used their auction design to sell off radio spectrum that's now used by wireless phone carries around the country, and that raised a ton of money for the government, and it's now been that examples now been copied by other countries. So give us some more examples of how auctions are used in the modern economy. Well they're all around US although often not visible the ads you see when you're surfing the Internet, those were likely sold at auction by Google or another search engine. Wholesale Electricity is bought and sold every day in an auction and that helps to affect rates you pay for your liquidity. Various plans for addressing climate change rely on auctions to allocate pollution permits, Tommy Anderson who member of the Noble Prize. Committee says, all these auctions have been improved by the work of Milgram and Wilson. It's rained. Analysis can today. Design new auction formats. And practitioners can choose more wisely among existing auction formats. To the benefit. Of the buyers, this settlers the end users, the taxpayers. and. This Society Asa hold. So the price for this award, just over a million dollars which is pretty healthy pocket change have the winter said what they're going to do with it not yet a professor Wilson was woken up very early in California for this announcement. The news conference came about three o'clock in the morning his time, and he told a reporter he hadn't given any thought to how he might spend the money. He was also asked about the last thing he bought at auction and Wilson conceded he's not really much of an auction. Gore. My wife points out that we bought ski boots on Ebay. That was auction. He did say when asked again about how he might spend the money said, you know with the pandemic, there's not a lot of opportunities to travel right now. So we'll probably just save it. In fact, the traditional awards ceremony in Stockholm is not being held this year. All right NPR's got. With the news of the Nobel Prize in economics winners. Thanks got. You're welcome.
HPV vaccine significantly lowers risk of cervical cancer, large study finds
"HPV vaccination and the risk of invasive cervical cancer by Giro, lay from the Karolinska Institute Stockholm Sweden. Data to inform the relationship between quadrivalent human papillomavirus, HP V. Vaccination, and the subsequent risk of invasive cervical cancer are lacking using nationwide, Swedish demographic and health registers to follow an open population of one, million, six, hundred, seventy, two, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, three girls, and women. The investigators assessed the association between HP vaccination and the risk of invasive cervical cancer girls and women were evaluated for cervical cancer. Their thirty. First Birthday. Cervical cancer was diagnosed in nineteen women who had received the quadrivalent HP V. Vaccine, and in five hundred, thirty eight women who had not received the vaccine. The cumulative incidence of cervical cancer was forty seven cases per one hundred thousand persons among women who had been vaccinated and ninety four cases per one hundred, thousand persons among those who had not been vaccinated after adjustment for age follow up the incidence rate ratio for. The comparison of the vaccinated population with the unvaccinated population was zero point five one, the investigators found that the risk of cervical cancer among participants who had initiated vaccination before the age of seventeen years was eighty eight percent lower than among those who had never been vaccinated amongst Swedish girls and women tend to thirty years. Old quadrivalent HPV vaccination was associated with a substantially reduced risk of invasive cervical cancer
COVID-19: What did Sweden do differently?
"Sweden has been the country that a lot of people have loved to hate during the pandemic. It's no lock down strategy was seen as naive and cruel by some. But the World Health Organization has praised Sweden's results. A few weeks ago, Sweden did massive testing and found a record low infection rate. But now rates are creeping up, and Stockholm is considering further measures to contain the virus. Dr. Johan Jessica is a Swedish physician and professor at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. I asked him if he was concerned about the rise in Corona virus cases. I don't think we should look at it at all. It may be a statistical circuit race, and it's going up and down. It was up a couple of months ago and then down again, So I think we should wait to make any judgment on that. But I mean, you are seeing an increase now. Yeah, there is an increase on people are concerned about Yes. So if cases continue to rise in Sweden at what point would you advise Sweden to strengthen its measures? Like what kind of increase would you need to see before pushing for that? I couldn't say, but it's not the time yet anyway, you know that Sweden has come in for some really tough criticism for its no lock down policy. It's something that Swedish officials and professionals have been saying the rest of the world just doesn't understand. Help us understand the situation in Sweden. Well, we've had a look down. I call it a soft look down and build some voluntary participation by the people. But if you tell people how this disease transmits, and what's the things you should avoid. People will listen to you. People are so stupid. You talked about a soft lock down. Explain what that actually is. It is. For example, As soon as you feel the slightest cold, you trance state and I will not go to work. Work at home. As much as you can avoid crowded places. There are a few legal restrictions a crowd conflict begin their 50 people, for example, on bus drivers are allowed to deny entrance in their buses. If there are too many people in there, so there are a few but mostly bills on military participation. When it comes to the practical advice for the Swedish population. Is the government urging people to maintain social distancing wear masks, masks, not wear masks. Is that not been one of the things that the government's pushing for? Because there's no science to prove that they work. And yet we hear from experts all over the world that there are plenty of reasons and scientific ones to wear masks. But that's the way I've seen here. Sweden has reported nearly 5900 deaths since the start of the pandemic. That's more per capita than both Denmark and Norway. So at this point of pandemic, what do you think explains the difference. I think we'd have a much bigger seeding of cases in Ah, late February and early March. Then our neighbor countries that we started at a much higher number of infected people than they did. Dr. Jessica You played a key role in coming up with Sweden's response of the current virus. What do you know? Now that you didn't know six months ago about the best way to contain this virus? It spreads more in clusters and influence a dozen ransom moves like a wave over the population. But this is his jumps from a group of people to a new group of people. And that wasn't clear six months ago, and that makes, for example, contact race and becomes much more important with a cluster disease like overhead. And how has it reoriented your approach to containing the Corona virus in in Sweden? Contact tracing is now very important, rigorously in all parts of the country, falling off context, testing them. So that had become more important now than it would have been your influence season. So if you believe it sounds like you do firmly that the Swedish approach is largely working, how come other countries have not adopted it, especially other Nordic countries? The problem was much smaller in their country when it all started on DH. There are political reasons will, but I won't go into that. That's one thing. I would say that it's far too early to compare countries to countries Now we have the beginning of this. This would be going on for a long time. And I think we should wait at least a year before we draw any conclusions or what Which strategy worked on which did not looking back right now, in September of 2020 is there anything that Sweden should have done differently at the start of the pandemic? We should have been better at protecting the old and afraid that was the mainstay of the strategy. But it didn't really work actually, for a number of reasons, and why not? We weren't really prepared, I would say. But wasn't that kind of like one of the first headlines about the Corona virus that it's you know people with co morbidity, ease and and the elderly who will be most affected? Yes, but it takes some time to get a ll the equipment on the training And you don't know that from one day to the next, So we were late. I think they're what about Swedes? What's been kind of the Swedish attitude about this approach to containing the Corona virus. Has anybody protested? Oh, yes. Oh, yes. I have been quite a number of people who say that this is wrong. But this is a democracy. People loved their own use. But maybe listen countries and we have no time the U. S reaction that this is against the Constitution. That reaction hasn't been here at all.
Virus scales down December Nobel peace prize award ceremony
"The awards ceremony for the twenty twenty Nobel Peace Prize usually held at the Oslo city hold on December ten would instead be held in a scaled down form at the city's university because of the corona virus outbreak the director of the Norwegian Nobel institute the body that oversees the Nobel Peace Prize says it's a strange and challenging year in many ways with the need to get things done in a new way as well as the peace prize award scaled down ceremonies for the all the prizes physics chemistry physiology medicine and literature as well as the economics prize will be awarded in Stockholm Sweden on the same day organizes also scheduling smaller ceremonies because of the pandemic I'm Charles the last month
Baltic Sea ferry runs aground in Finnish waters, no injuries
"Baltic Sea Passenger Ferry. There are 300 people onboard is run aground on an archipelago between Finland and Sweden without injuries. Today, rescue officials are preparing to evacuate the vessel. The finished coastguard Twitter that the MSR Morella operated by ferry company Viking line between the Finnish western port of Turku. And the Swedish capital Stockholm, is currently stuck on the ground south
"stockholm" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million
"Journey to building. We are one hundred million dollar company. Everyone I'm having driven the owner of swift kick as opera training and consulting company based out of South East Virginia. Huge thanks to the Eric and Kevin at array digital for. Let me take over today. Have you ever heard of Stockholm Syndrome. It's a fascinating case where people who have been taken hostage pitch by kidnapper start to develop psychological alliances with their captors after being in custody for a prolonged period of time the kidnapped will start to. Sympathize is and protect the folks that are putting in danger. If you're out there running a freelance business or even a small agency it can be easy to fall into the trap of the quote Stockholm clients. Oh what do I mean by this. When you're starting out it is really easy to jump on? Every the opportunity that comes across your desk you will hoard clients. He will bend over backwards to help them. You might give unnecessary discounts. You may respond to issues within within minutes even after hours. Your relationship goes from that of a partnership to more of master and slave and why is that because the worst as possible thing that could happen is being fired by the clients if they left you and your family will starve. You'll lose your house you'll never find another the client. Everything will come falling down so you go out of your way to make them happy. Even if they're taking advantage of the situation now I just recently went through this myself a client of mine six plus years and went from the best client I ever had to the neediest clients I ever had ad. I worked ten twelve hour days to try to keep their expectations met and I always seem to fall short. There were even in person meetings where I was verbally yelled at and reprimanded by the project stakeholder in front of all their employees. There wasn't a way I could win but I kept moving forward with with the clients and every person I've told the story to. They asked me Kevin. Why haven't you fired them? And it's because they were Stockholm clients dance. I was sympathizing with him. Thinking that I was the problem and this caused me to be regularly stressed out and neglectful of other aspects of my life and career and that was worrying about fallout like lawsuits and whatnot. So I stayed in the bad relationship until I realized what was going on. It struck me all of a sudden and I started the process of ending the relationship and boy. This was a huge weight off my shoulders. I felt tremendously better afterwards. So.
"stockholm" Discussed on KTOK
"Recall the date that's the largest collection of Stockholm syndrome it okay yes I've ever encountered hi I just absolutely just kind of the idea that she is there to serve the people the fifth district but you were all about this ideological pursuit you know riding the wrong the twenty sixteen election cycle and it's just a travesty of a steak and a danger to how close we are having our liberties for sale if we the voters in the fifth district do not diligently get out there and look at Republican back into that office you're not alone Jerry I mean I've had a lot of people respond to me on Facebook today saying the same thing let's see here mark says she's doing her best to keep the swamp full Matt says she was going to be one and done guy says I can't help but think she's following through with that personal contribution Nancy Pelosi made for her but here is one that stuck which took me by surprise and it was from Matthew who says zero evidence no one witnessed no witness presented in the house committees furnished first hand accounts of any misdeeds so she's voting to convict someone on hearsay this is not supporting the constitution and it is not doing the will of the fifth district you agree with that jury all you bet yeah yeah you bet everyone allegory okay that should get back to it George is in Oklahoma City on newsradio one thousand Katie okay hello hi there thank you for hanging on how's it going Hey no problem you know I wanted to sort of add a comment to what you guys were talking about a second ago with how she ran such a great the ground game for her campaign yeah because mediate Lee after the twenty sixteen election came and trump one I started getting emails you know can report this to get around that and the crazy thing is is that she never would identify yourself as a Democrat or anything like that it was always like these like really you know aren't you tired of the same status quo in Washington DC you get a disordered bumper tag type slogans and so I had to go and personally like to look her up to find out that she was a Democrat you know yeah and so I thought that was deceptive you know right off the bat and and the crazy thing is now is I'm getting the same type of emails from this Abby boils going after in house yeah yeah same same thing same playbook same everything so well and that is that is from the Democrat National Committee I have no doubt Democrat National Committee was looking for a cute check that they could run against the old guy and that's gonna try to do yeah but those are the talking points in the email to it the exact same playbook I mean the template has been made you know on it there it is now it's a tougher pot when it comes to Senate because you're talking about the whole state voting not just a small district and it's a tougher pot to employ a ballot harvesting when you're talking about a Senate district so I don't know if those tactics will be the same George well it's something to be aware of that yeah I mean it it's absolutely something to be aware of and just a you know as far as the Russell goes I didn't I don't think the guy campaign walks I didn't see an ad I mean a radio spot I did hear anything at all and so you know at least you got to you know go to your constituency enough to get him out there to vote for you and and he had zero and she honestly out campaign demand just beating you know well and and now I you know as far as materials are concerned I didn't see a lot from her either but that's why but that's because she was spending most of her money on the ground game and that was stuff you're not gonna see unless you were in a specific precinct or district where she was targeting and and again congratulations on the on the successful guerrilla campaign there George but I I brought it up not because I'm trying to defend Kendra horn I brought it up for all those people who are saying yep you know the fifth district been go on more and more blue all the time it is not if they did not go blue because with of sensibilities of the fifth did that district they went blue because of a because of.
"stockholm" Discussed on StartUp Podcast
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"stockholm" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"To Stockholm now where boasts builders Scania and Nubia have unveiled plans for the future of public transport next year. They hope to have to electrically powered self-driving coaches in operation, but is everyone on board with the plan will Monaco's transport. Correspondent Gabriel e joins me on the line at you analyze Gabriel. Welcome to the program. What's interesting about this plan? Well, I mean, it's interesting that Stockholm is kind of giving this ago because although we had a few years there where we kind of heard that you know, everything would be driverless cars and driverless buses in within the next few years. Clearly, you know, that technology is not really mature that there's a lot of complications. And you know, this is a very rare thing still, and there are people who might say that it's a waste of time trying to do this. Obviously, there's you know, it's still complicated. And it's not even really clear how much value it brings. But what's interesting is that, you know, the the Stockholm government is interested in giving it a try, basically, what makes them think in Stockholm that they'll be ready to do this by next year? You know, I'm not sure if they're completely convinced that they're ready. But I think that they have you know, in Stockholm, I would say the public is is on the side of being more accepting and more sort of the type of people that would get behind this kind of thing. Everyone is really interested in in movements toward sustainability the fact that these bus. These are going to be electric is a big draw. And you know, people are people are interested in seeing the government invest in in things that will push technology forward. So I think and they're they're going to be very careful about it. They're going to run a very short small section of road. They're going to run it very slow. There's going to be a security driver onboard. They're taking it very slowly. And actually they've they've already done one trial. So they have some experience, and they're just building it up gradually, and where's the money saving indisp- because as you point out? There's still going to be what they call a security driver on board. So it sounds like they're investing a lot of money and future technology. That's not actually going to save them any money because it's still a a a human being who requires a salary. They're right for now. It will certainly be a money loser. No doubt. They'll be putting way more than they save. But I think you know, the ideas that eventually these technologies can mature, and they can get to the point where you could have these smaller driverless buses operating on certain routes without driver. Without security drivers, I should say. And it's you know, it's it's part of the process. I think they're ready to invest money and lose money in order to push the technology forward, if that makes sense, and do you have any sense as to how long the rest of the world will be waiting for this bus? I don't think we should be holding our breath in terms of seeing these broadly operating in cities across the world. I think you'll probably see experiments like these pop up in cities like Stockholm places where you know, populations are small there's money to invest in public transport. They tend to be forward thinking, but even in Stockholm the idea is not to replace all buses with driverless buzz, even within the next decade. Gabriel Lee there. Thank you very much for joining us. Brings us to the end of our globalist for today. It was produced by Carlotta Rabelo and batery searched by Bellucci entries are fully and studio managed by some MP. After the news headlines has more music on the way, Marcus hippie will be bringing you the continental shift after that Josh pfennigs Goff monocle on design and your next dose of current affairs is coming up on the briefing, which is live at midday for listening in London Dotson just over four hours from now the globalist we bike at the very same time on Monday. But for now for me and all of today's lowest team, it's goodbye. And thank you very much for tuning in have a lovely weekend..
"stockholm" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Come to Stockholm Sweden. My name is Joan Hamburg. And this is where I was born in grace Johan Norberg made this documentary because he wanted to set the record straight, Sweden is not socialists because the government doesn't own the means of production to see that you have to go to Venezuela, Cuba or North Korea. But we did have a period in the nineteen seventies a nine eight is when we had something that resembled socialism big government the tax and spend heavily and that's the period in Swedish history. When our economy was going south. You see this is what they try to tell you the Bernie's the Cossio Cortes. They don't wanna be like Venezuela. Not in the traditional sense as far as they don't wanna come in national wise, everything, but what they wanna do is control it through their means of control, which is they're gonna come in. And they're gonna throw it rules and regulations that are cumbersome, and they're going to try to sensually design it in a way where everything seems to be fair. Then they talk about taxes, right? Like, that's just it. So that's the way they're going to do it. First of all they're going to try to control they want the government to be the end all to be all and it's always about higher taxes, and we're going to break down the higher taxes. I want people to understand this so much. So that even the socialists complained about the high taxes and yet even though taxes were high. They did not bring in enough money to fund Sweden's welfare state, the we're waiting lines to get healthcare. People couldn't get the.
"stockholm" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Education in stockholm we asked her to explain white what might constitute negligent rape so if someone has been raped on the prosecute through couldn't prove that there was intense the court conceal make this assessment like if someone should have understood that something was wrong and there was something that person could have done in that situation like asking or seeing if the person was awake etcetera the court them could decide that the person is guilty of criminal negligence rape can you give me an example if someone rapes someone that is badly intoxicated for example and says will i i didn't realize that he or she was badly intoxicated than the court could see okay so what was the height of the alcohol level in the block so this person was really really badly intoxicated on the person claims i didn't understand that so then the court can say okay but this person was badly intoxicated if you would have looked the person in the eye or if you would have thought about how the person was just lying in the bed door on the sofa than you should have at least felt that this is something wrong in this situation and you could have asked are you really drunk or something i gift the big question is what constitutes giving consent well the consent can be given both verbally and physically how would you go about proving verbal consent i can say i mean even then what would be physical consent when if if someone is answering with the same kind of action as the one taking initiative to six you're talking about a look in somebody's eyes that they're kind of interested in sex yet that could be how would you look or we would still have the same.
"stockholm" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Well i do have seti at home on my laptop and i'm hoping that that's my ticket to stockholm monday radical back and forth i am so hopeful and it's going to be today it's never going to happen it's never gonna an emotional hip lashed power but you're all very serious that it might exist up i mean it all very seriously joke about it you take it seriously and my excitement i don't expect that we city succeeding every morning i wake up but i do get excited about the new planets we find literally every week now and that's really exciting and that is narrowing the scope on where we're going to look for for intelligent life club i am gonna arkham arc your senior girl factor from now on you will speak only one spoken to and the first and last words out of your filthy sewers will be served you maggots understand that remember that scene from full metal jacket where the drill sergeant can find no more insulting form.
"stockholm" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"I also think i joked about stockholm syndrome earlier but i think that ironically that community hangs around and gripes because destiny one made a lot of missteps and they've already become they've come to expect that from the brand to appoint well yeah i can hang around for while giving some time and yes i get mad at griping walkaway but i'm ready to back in may because it's whereupon sometimes other brands can't necessarily get away with that particularly i gen brandt's share so i agree with what you said it was marketed as hey we fixed everything and people are very frustrated but i do wonder if content trump dropped pappas a lot of destiny people come back i don't understand destiny fans i've tried i think it's a it's not my game yeah and get the hooks of it i get the hooks i think there's better ways to play games right now than that and so i don't understand the loyalty the fierce loyalty keep coming back to get stepped on again and again and again i don't argument there right is the fact that the it's very similar i talk about with internet communities in general right or internet commenters general where it's a vocal minority that gets up there to stand up for a lot of destiny's players i would imagine the majority of them fall into the camp that i did where played it enjoyed it and put it down and i don't think i don't think back angrily about my desk i enjoyed it but there's a community on the sub read it and on the bungee forums that was so in love with the first game and had so many great memories with the first game you know it is that badge of honor that i've been here from the beginning been here from the first alpha and i've seen get better or get worse than this than the other that when you get to this thing they are the most critical of it it's the same thing with me being a member of the friday the thirteenth game community right.
"stockholm" Discussed on KOMO
"Destinations as well or important like the nordic countries are extremely inexpensive now because of the competition places like stockholm copenhagen places look like oslo and also um uh you the united kingdom and our lindor cheap spain is jeep uh belgium um and a couple of other location so of course london paris and rome are going to be a little bit more expensive uh than the rest but those are really good deals with the strong dollar all your lodging activity food is gonna be inexpensive as well cheap is good what are some of your favorite destinations i'm planning a trip right now i'll be heading to the various open eunuch we're going to be on over to salzburg and then we're gonna go the northern part of italy those probably one of my favorite spot spain is a great place to go of course i always like london paris and rome but touristy times in summer time i've i've been so many different times i kinda like the local flavor and getting off the beaten path so those are the places i would also note that the nordic countries are just beautiful as you get into late july in early august those are bullet great places the visit was well for folks who were thinking about to some travel closer to home a on this continent for spring break is a too late again and again it kind of deals to warm weather locations in too late and you're getting a little bit late in the game especially if you're spring break is sort of mid march two late march but essentially if the west coast is going to be your best and cheapest back those those tickets are still under two hundred dollars round trip if you want to get to southern florida for example um you're still looking at three fifty two four hundred.
"stockholm" Discussed on Pod Save America
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"stockholm" Discussed on Pod Save America
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"stockholm" Discussed on Pod Save America
"Hey you know what that rate that's a i'm glad we're in stockholm phil going about this making our country look i asked you guys the question all right you up to decide which has made us look more is it these special counsel provisions allowing for an investigation of administration potential crimes during the campaign or is the fact that we elected are worse person presidents verse one or this one johnson nowhere 3's and said yeah rosen a part of the world where you don't have to be reminded of the role the soviets in the russians had played as an aggressor very very long time said it's an ongoing challenge i don't want looking foolish and it's not going to look foolish as long as i am here both addressing the required that is reassuring because imagine what it would be like for american look foolish not as long as these here so let's talk a little bit about the federal investigation into the president and his associates which is we mentioned has so far led to two guilty pleas from trump's national security advisor and his foreign policy adviser as well as two additional indictments from trump's former campaign manager and his deputy again this is just a hoax i before we madrid that is crazy that's the end of a store that's not the beginning of a story about what's wrong that's the culmination of a story of historic importance riot it haven't had that since nixon laws of those facts in in some ways confirm everything it's in the book because none of those people would have taken the jobs that data michael flynn paul manafort knowing that things that they had done that would cause them problems within and up lying about if they ever thought trump was going to win readies they all do this because they thought it would prompt them up financially for a while and get them some more fame and fortune because that's how the us political system works right right the got caught up in this.
"stockholm" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Philip hampshire with big business story of the day uh let's talk about a signs story that we've been looking at it was actually heard you're on the news just earlier new research suggesting that people taking blood centers to treat irregular heartbeats may also be significantly lowering the risk of developing dementia let's see how that works and docked and talk a doctor leif freberg at from the curling karolinska institute in stockholm sweden lead researcher of the study joins us now thank you so much for your time a what led you to examine the pa stability that using blood thinners can actually prevent dementia hera i've been doing research on stroke an acre fibrillation averted a common harker air disturbance rhythm disturbance for for many years and i know air force mirror certain that there is a strong association between this a heart rhythm disturbance and demand show moore forty percent excess risk and we now and that stroke is there that that ekeren fibrillation course his stroke by for air the formation of blood clerks in in the heart which travels where the vessels to the brain and causes hair nia infarction and we the blood clark's come in different sizes sender also these veterinary small crawfish and raise super sec acre aired antica glance word work on them as well so essentially what you're saying is because the the the two disorders are the two diseases are kind of related in a way treating one lead you to add to yemen how you can treat the other or or or the fact that it is treating the.
"stockholm" Discussed on From the Heart: Conversations with Yoga Girl
"But in stockholm because it's city i automatically like and putting makeup on in the morning and i'm like doing my hair whenever that means to fit in and then yesterday i had so much pain in my shoulders and it was wearing this really uncomfortable like theme i dunno while equipped with staples' the purpose in that i don't wanna i don't want to live like that no so yoga pence addresses as as a good good one and then they put some make upon that i forgot that i did but that kind of the kind of helped so at least it looks like i can face today um and then after that i grabbed a green juice because i know i need to fuel my body would something that doesn't make me feel like shit but i also know like in a day like today i need like i need something sweets and he coffee i need to just like not give a second thought to one in putting into my body so it's kind of that same balance like the yoga pants with the pretty dress i had a green juice and then immediately as i normally cup of coffee and a little chocolate bar that was my breakfast or a green juice coffee and chocolate oh it's really interesting and i did all this can of mindless leads is just on the go um but it's helped anyway it's really really helped and then i had this meeting this morning i had to start meeting which is being super honest saying i've had us that shitty as night of all time i am amazon be like please forgive me if i'm not making any sense or like a can't have this meeting run too long because i'm gonna pass out um and just opening with that space in that truth instead of sitting dragging through some worrying meeting i'm waiting for it and they're really paying attention because of his army uh they could all understand and just can of wrapped it up and did everything really quickly and you know they had kids to an and everything's fine so.
"stockholm" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Uh and then again 1973 everybody looked like charles ruth leader so what happens in this case is um it's a it's a stand off is a a hostage situation in reportedly the um hostages ended up showing uh love for the captors in were sort of against the cops and one reason i saw cited was because they felt like the cops were put them in more danger like with their violent tactics that they thought were were coming down upon them yeah so that's what happened they said stockholm syndrome a rare this right of by the guy um a psychologist they nils birger ought uh he was actually the one of the hostage negotiators still a liaison for the police to these hostagetakers than 100 american but the bank yet credit bankin yeah could have on can um so he was there and they actually he's usually credited with choline uturn stockholm syndrome area um but he was saying like after talking with these guys that they weren't insane they were known drugs they were like like you said career criminals yeah in every move they made with silic benefit themselves or their situation right it was beneath them to hurt these people to hurt their hostages but they love shooting a cops he's a hit a cops and they were not above threatening these hostages lives to the point where the hostages were taking it seriously but yes um it seemed like the police were putting them in danger with these raids.
"stockholm" Discussed on Podcast â€“ The Pan-African Alliance
"And that's what leads to the second component of the development of stockholm syndrome which is a refusal to let anyone or anything help you out of that situation rife of refusal by the hostages to cooperate with anyone or any thing that tries to set them free because these feelings are real these are fake feelings family because this is a matter of survival the victim will truly feel these things otherwise the captor might see through your fakery an abuse you further going to get abused it way but because of the nature of your illness of your at least happy about the abuse and so you develop these real feelings of empathy sometimes you begin to love your capital because if you don't then you've got to admit that you were made a victim you gotta admit that you were made a cold stockholm syndrome have your making youtube videos like this garbage let me tell you something about let people what people are jealous they're they're good people debbie knowledge american and i would encourage everybody out there to gets a white friends many needs some white friends in a alive is a mazda you need white frenzy alaska's white people are just good people they're overly considerate if a wonderful white people we wouldn't ask of anything white people are very very grave very very brave and all those quotes when talking about reach for the skies reach for the moon because if he reach for the morning emits the mundia your might you might land on the stars all those quotes party some white person why people are extremely optimistic men.