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Fresh update on "sweden" discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

The Running for Real Podcast

01:34 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "sweden" discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

"To that? I don't know that much about research into that area. But yeah, I just from my own evaluation, I would say that particularly in these kind of British rooted cultures in knowing the kind of idea of the strong kiwi mail being like a strong person and then not being emotional not expressing your emotions and then not having an outlet for them and then that really leads to a lot of loneliness and not having anyone to talk to and yeah, yeah and you know as the world's changing not really seeing where your place in the world lies. Yeah, well, thank you for your thoughts on that. You know, if I think most people listening if you were to think of somewhere where you'd put New Zealand in that category with Sweden and Scandinavia, Norway, you know, we're maybe getting the country strong, but some of the I know that Sweden's definitely one of them. You know where people are just they're surrounded by beauty. It's people are happy and they just kind of are satisfied with their life. I think I would definitely have put New Zealand in that category. So it's interesting to him, but you're right that probably is that British element of culture is about stuffing things down and keeping it up at stiff upper lip kind of thing. So with that sport became something for you that helped you through that time so tell us a little bit about that. Sure, so I was into what a sports and I played what Apollo. My parents were both surf lifesavers. So I did surf lifesaving and a lot of an America that's not such a big sport, but in New Zealand, it's a big sport because we're surrounded by oceans and Australia. A lot of people do. So if life savings, so I safely, which is kind of like a kayak on the ocean and in different kind of team sports. Yeah, it's actually really, really cool sport, and those lifesaving and water polo often kind of link as they're both water sports. So as I got into my teenage years and then really started experiencing depression more, I just kind of really came to see how I could be feeling so bad and just feeling like there was no point in me living my life at all and then I had to go to a water pollet game and I would be like, no, I can't do it. I mean, I would drank myself out of bed and sometimes I would even kind of maybe stay in bed for the whole day and then have a water polo game at like 5 in the evening or something and actually my friend and I would sometimes go to the polls still in our pajamas and you know just kind of thing like oh God, we have to play water 5. Put on my swimsuit, jump in the pool, and then I would just realize this, you know, within a few minutes I had forgotten all my problems and I was just actually quite happily focused on dealing with my friends. I'm in an environment where I have to really focus and push myself and at the end after I had had that physical movement and the kind of adrenaline and everything that the team sport and just the movement brings, I would feel great, you know? And so I always really remember how that was to me that was like a miracle. You know? Like I was like, it's a miracle because you don't understand anything about. How to change yourself psychologically when you're in the middle of feeling depressed, you feel like this. Your whole complete world. And then you can go from feeling so low to feeling fine, just from playing a game of water polo. And so I knew there was really something really deep in that far beyond just being with your friends all over. Yeah, there's so many there's so many things that we could talk about from that. Firstly, saying that depression and mental health struggles are everywhere in all of us and that's such a beautiful example of taking out the psychological aspect because you were a teenager and didn't know any different of going into a sport whereas a growing adult might say, okay, I've been told that exercise combats depression. So I'm gonna go out for a walk and I know I'm gonna come back better. But you're already adding that pressure, you know? So that's a perfect example of just letting it like it kind of comes to you and being like, wow, I do feel better without thinking that I should feel better. But then also I'm surprised that you didn't then wake up that next morning feeling depressed again feeling a low moment and say to yourself, I'm going to go out and do something, some kind of exercise. I feel like maybe that's how people could end up in a state of exercise addiction if you were struggling with depression because you'd just be constantly looking for that high again. Were there any thoughts in there for you of being like I need to find something else that makes me feel good again or did you just because you were a teenager just have to settle for whatever, you know, whatever structured things your parents, whatever you'd signed up for. I think there's definitely an S ped kind of as a teenager and being surrounded by friends who also are struggling of you almost wanting to stay depressed, you know, or it's just like, it's like that's a certain kind of normality in that. What's that? Misery loves company. Yeah. And also not really, if you don't really have understand the roots of what your problem is and what you're really going through, then you don't so hard to really to really figure out who you really are. And as we get older, we even though we can still definitely suffer from depression and all kinds of things anxiety and problems. We still have more of a clearer picture of who we are and so yeah, I think that was, you know, who do you define yourself as and for me that was, I almost felt like I had sort of defined myself as two different people. I mean, I never really had any more serious psychological issues with split personality or anything that I definitely had my sort of depressed person ever life is meaningless or I don't see where my life can go and I see no hope for humanity and there's everything bad happening in the world. And then by kind of sport person who would be like, yay. What do you feel Friends the same? Like, were they the same friends that you were doing the day and doing the sports or not? I kind of had two different lots of Friends really. Interesting. Yeah. Yeah, teenagers. So a lot going on there. So it's hard to understand exactly decisions and where they were made and stuff. But do you see right now there's a lot of that feeling going around, you keep mentioning the hope humanity, things like that. And there's a lot of that..

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Steve Deace: There Have Been Two Constants About COVID Since March 2020

The Dan Bongino Show

02:59 min | 2 d ago

Steve Deace: There Have Been Two Constants About COVID Since March 2020

"Very few people have covered coronavirus the political implications epidemiologic ones Better than you you've been a very sober mind on this And of course that's made you a target You've written a few great books on in Fauci and bargain and others You know is this something like Groundhog Day again with a crime here I mean how many times are we gonna go through this It's the same cycle Steve over and over again A new variant emerges by the way which happens with respiratory viruses often This is nothing unusual right We don't get the data We're not sure what the R nought is the fatality rate the case fatality rate the infection but we don't know what even The media goes crazy gets everybody losing their minds Draconian lockdowns ensue none of it works Everything kind of dies down but there you go boom another variant appears I mean why not summing that up accurately You are summing it up accurately And what's particular sinister about this one there's actually a report out in just the last hour that shows that this new variant was actually detected in Europe that they've actually traced it to Europe weeks ago And it was just not reported to the medical community or to the world until the medical community in South Africa flagged it that it was brought to them actually And they're the ones that flagged it And then they got repaid of course by being quarantined from the rest of the world what's really sinister about this is if you look at the timing of this you know it does seem to coincide right around the moment that South Africa said to the WHO and to Pfizer that they were not going to sign up for their recurring every 6 months three months 90 days We don't know yet We don't even know what fully vaccinated means now because we don't know how many times we have to keep boost during you It is kind of funny that shortly after they said we're not going to do that We're going to opt out of that Shortly thereafter lo and behold here is this new variant from South Africa and they need to be cordoned off and quarantined from the rest of the world Then there have been two constants Since this began on March 16th 2020 there have been two constants Number one whatever you're not allowed to talk about right now on Facebook or Twitter will be proven true in 3.9 months later That's number one Number two there can be no control groups Because control groups give us observational truth They bring us to objective realities okay And so that's why we don't have random controlled studies on masks That's why they don't want last year We had to ignore Sweden when they didn't lock down and everybody else did We went from being told for 20 years by left the blue check marks we got to be like Sweden to now they're like Sweden rectum barely knew I don't even know where to tell the sweetness It's like okay And then now it's the same thing on vaccine This is why everybody has to get even the naturally immune like me I had COVID back in May It was awful for about a day and a half It felt like there was a entire iron on my chest okay But now I have natural immunity No there can be no control group that shows that maybe our vaccines don't work or have waning efficacy or lo and behold might even be causing three antibody dependent enhancement the variants to become worse And so all of this has been about no control group and things that you are not permitted to say until certain times Those are things that are not about health and they're about power and control Those are authoritarian

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Fresh update on "sweden" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

Bloomberg Surveillance

01:18 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "sweden" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

"Sold chairs and their management company to pocket 8.4 million ahead of sold out concerts in Los Angeles and their win for the artist of the year at the American Music Awards Stock in the sole base management firm hit a record high on November 16th BTS is looking to reap as much earnings as possible before a mandatory two year military conscription kicks in Gina server Bloomberg radio The market news you need Rates are low earnings are pretty good Along with the insides you didn't know you needed Well I'm walking my dog when I'm taking Steve around the blocks Do you think Steve Bloomberg markets with Paul Sweeney and Matt Miller My dream scenario is that Paul sells his house then the bubble bursts and then I can find one We pay mornings at ten eastern Never met Steve I love mentioning TV a lot On Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com Markets you can't predict them The delta variant is ripping up the playbook The best was being a bit of a folk at the moment but when you listen to us you'll come pretty close Let's take a look at those small cap stocks This is a look at some of the sector winners the sector loser Is this bullish or is it bearish Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg dot com On the Bloomberg business app and at Bloomberg quick take this is Bloomberg radio This is Bloomberg surveillance The fed is already behind the curve Everything they're saying in the last month points to them getting much much more serious on inflation You might even see core inflation at I don't know 6 and a half percent potentially in February They're going to start that journey to normal and we're going to help them on that path The market is pretty fun to position itself for a little bit more normalization Bloomberg surveillance with Tom Keene and Paul Sweden on Bloomberg radio Good Thursday morning from the Bloomberg interactive broker studio in New York City to our worldwide audience futures.

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Author William Federer Describes the Peace of Augsburg 1955

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:04 min | Last week

Author William Federer Describes the Peace of Augsburg 1955

"Show and we're talking about how the pilgrims came to be the pilgrims, the book is titled the treacherous world of the 16th century and how the pilgrims escaped it, the prequel to America's freedom of the author, William Federer on the line. Bill, you were talking about really, it's just amazing to me. If you don't mind backtracking a little bit, because there's so many things unfolding at the same time. So let me put the needle back on the record. Right. Well, the idea is that Muslims are invading Europe surrounding Vienna, 1529. The reformation started in 1517 and now we got this internal and external disruption of Europe. The older Roman Emperor, Charles V of Spain, he has the biggest empire on Planet Earth. I mean, the Philippines are named after his son, king Philip of Spain. And he has all the new world. He's taken the gold from the new world to fit on his navy to keep the Muslims from taking over the Mediterranean. Anyway, he's faced with his double dilemma, reformation out inside and based on the outside. He actually strikes a deal with the protestants. It's called a piece of Augsburg of 1555. I speak a little German and that's a fun number. It's own 1400 proven folks. 55. That's the first treaty ever to recognize protestants and in this treaty is a little Latin phrase that made a big difference. It's cool ratio to religio, which means whose is The Rain? Is a religion? So in other words, look Protestant king, believe it ever you want in your kingdom. Let's just work together against these Muslims who are invading Europe because they sort of want to kill us all. Well, this started a domino effect in the next century where different kings fully different things. And Sweden and Germany were Lutheran Switzerland Calvin and Scotland Presbyterian England was Anglican Holland Dutch reform. And of course, Italy, Spain, France, Austria, remained

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Fresh update on "sweden" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:05 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "sweden" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Now tightening the testing requirement for international travelers Every international traveler needs to test within one day of departure to the U.S. Masks will be a must on mass transit until mid March as for follow-up COVID shots CBS's Nancy Cordis Scientists won't know whether the omicron related booster is necessary until they're able to study how responsive the variant is to the current batch of vaccines The president is slated to announce all these new policies at the national Institutes of health this afternoon Secretary of State Antony Blinken met with his Russian counterpart in Sweden today Lincoln's message a Russian into Ukraine will not be tolerated If Russia decides to pursue confrontation uh there will be serious consequences In Michigan the suspected 15 year old gunman in this week's mass shooting that killed four high school students has been charged with murder and his parents may face consequences too Correspondent Nancy Chen The counter sheriff told us that the alleged shooter met twice with school officials this week over behavioral issues The first was on Monday on his own The second was with.

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 Sweden's parliament approves first female prime minister

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last week

Sweden's parliament approves first female prime minister

"Sweden has chosen mount delay not understand us prime minister Anderson has been approved by Sweden's parliament as the country's first ever female prime minister replacing Stefan Lofven as leader of the center left social Democrats the development marks a milestone for Sweden viewed for decades as one of Europe's most progressive countries which has yet to have a woman in at the top political post the social democratic leaning government has described itself as feminist putting equality between women and men at the heart of national and international work I'm

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Fresh update on "sweden" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:59 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "sweden" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"From January to mid March Right now international travelers must have a negative test within 72 hours of their flight That would change to 24 hours for everyone coming into the U.S. The infected person here lives in San Francisco and traveled through 8 different countries in Southern Africa This traveler questions the global response Why aren't they all getting together and saying hey let's just make one rule for travel We're learning more about the new strain and mainland France CBS's Elaine Cobb is in the capitol French health officials say one case of the omicron variant has been detected in the Paris region The infected man had recently returned home from Nigeria in Sweden today's meeting between Secretary of State Antony Blinken and his Russian counterpart lasted just half an hour Blinken sat down with Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov and said diplomacy is the best way forward We have deep concerns about Russia's plans for renewed aggression against Ukraine That would move us in exactly the opposite direction The Ukrainian foreign minister told blinken his country will continue to demonstrate restraint but he also called again for Ukraine's partners to prepare a deterrence package that would make president Putin think twice about a possible invasion Cami McCormick CBS News Stockholm Lawmakers in Washington investigating the January 6th attack have given former Justice Department lawyer Jeffrey Clark a reprieve GOP congresswoman Liz Cheney We will not finalize this contempt process If mister Clark genuinely cures his failure to comply with the subpoena this Saturday He's expected to show up and take the 5th The first MLB lockout in 26 years is on It began at the stroke of midnight after players failed to ratify a new collective bargaining agreement CBS sports dot com's RJ Anderson Player compensation is a big conflict because as structured right now players really do not receive a fair shake until they've been in a major for 6 plus years That's not really aligned with how teams value these players Just days after oasis fans were snowed in with a cover band at a pub in the UK comes word from northern Denmark 6 customers in about two dozen employees were stranded in an Ikea showroom overnight during a snowstorm They snuggled up and display beds mattresses and pull out sofas No word on whether they snacked on Swedish.

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NY Times Lies About Number of Children Hospitalized in Last Year

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:14 min | Last month

NY Times Lies About Number of Children Hospitalized in Last Year

"Disturbed the new york times clause that sweden and denmark halted the use of the madeiran vaccine children too often not common too often his leads to bad truly dangerous reactions with regard to the heart so the new york times lied and said who has finland has now joined. Yeah that that's i didn't know i knew. They were voting on it. So it's now three countries that are not giving them a derna vaccine to children. We want to do that in the us. Because i i believe from the bottom of my heart that the health authorities in this country don't give damn about children just as teachers general. Don't care about children just for the record. Teachers unions as much about children as the soviets cared about workers. New york times lied therefore gigantic lie. It said that nine hundred thousand children were hospitalized in the last year. Actually here here in a few months. So now they've corrected sexually sixty three thousand so they lie factor of sixty three or sixty into Into ninety a hundred times sixty six hundred thousand than do one hundred fifty times li- exaggerate. That's that's what they they've corrected so embarrassing it so obviously ally but there'll be people who will still site it will be cited forever just as people site the new york times description of me even those ally new york times lies because it's on the left every left wing. Get an institution lies and older spokesman to bring those lies to you on a daily basis. Truth is not a left-wing value.

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Fresh update on "sweden" discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

00:52 min | 20 hrs ago

Fresh update on "sweden" discussed on Morning Edition

"He'll treat you nice and calm Until he wins your heart and heaven boy you talk about a song instead of bopping this morning How about this one Down home blues Sound like us from the St. Louis is somewhere 50 and overcast right now light rain maybe until 7 o'clock this morning then gradually clearing up mostly sunny in 58 and gusty as well on this Thursday December 2nd I want to hear some more blues Then you'll get so cruel That man you could not stand Lord I really don't think it's morning edition from NPR news I'm Noelle king NMA Martinez Secretary of State Anthony blinken meets with his Russian counterpart today in Stockholm Sweden The talks follow a gathering of NATO foreign ministers in which a military buildup by Russian forces along Ukraine's border topped the agenda From Moscow NPR's Charles maines joins us now for the latest Charles Backs up here for a second and tell us how this crisis started Sure For the past few weeks U.S. intelligence has been warning of a Russian military buildup some 100,000 troops within striking distance of the Ukrainian border The Kremlin says these forces pose no threat and that any way they're on Russian territory So what's the problem And yet Russia also argues it now sees Ukraine building its forces up in the east It says NATO is stoking tensions so there's no reason to pull back But I think fundamentally this is about Ukraine's ambitions to pull itself from Russia's orbit and join western clubs like the European Union and of course NATO and Russia wants to keep the alliance out of Ukraine and away from its borders In fact it's the driving factor behind the Kremlin's policies towards Ukraine including its annexation of Crimea in 2014 All right so blinken met with NATO ministers yesterday and Latvia and today it's Russia's top diplomat It'll meet with in Sweden Do we know what blinken's message is Well he came out of the NATO meeting saying the organization was united in its position that Russia would pay a steep price for any more aggression towards Ukraine and warned Russia would face what he called high impact sanctions We are prepared to impose severe costs for further Russian aggression in Ukraine NATO is prepared to reinforce its defenses on the eastern Flank Now blinken he says NATO doesn't seek conflict with Russia wants to see diplomacy work He's called on Ukraine and Russia to return to a stalled peace deal known as the Minsk agreement Blinking also warned Ukraine of what he called the Russian playbook In other words goading Kyiv into a fight as a way to justify Russian actions instead blinken urged Kyiv to show restraint it's a message he delivered direct to Ukraine's foreign minister in Stockholm this morning ahead of his meeting with the Russia's Russian counterpart But let's not forget you know Ukraine is a NATO partner but not a NATO member And that's a critical distinction because it means there are limits to the security guarantees the alliance is willing to provide Charles you're in Moscow I gotta know what Russian president Vladimir Putin is saying about all this Well yeah yesterday Putin was talking about Ukraine as a Russian red line in particular warning that if NATO stations missiles inside Ukraine that could strike a Russian targets in a matter of minutes that Russia would have no choice but to respond But Putin has this larger grievance here and it's one we mentioned earlier and that's NATO's expansion eastward in Europe Putin argues Russia has never been the aggressor but is rather reacting to the U.S. and NATO moving closer to its borders over the years And that's an argument that plays well for Putin at home here but to put it mildly isn't very convincing to former communist block nations who are under Russian control during the Soviet period and these are countries who once they got their independence sought security in NATO membership and I mentioned this history because it's a sense here that everyone Russia Ukraine NATO They're all hostage to the legacy at the end of the Soviet empire even 30 years on So on that for a second because another irritant in the Russia U.S. relations Russia says it might kick out more American diplomats in Moscow So what's happening with that It's the latest in this long running diplomatic row over embassy staffing numbers between Washington and Moscow essentially both sides have been expelling diplomats and tit for tat moves to the point where there are not a whole lot of people left I mean the U.S. embassy here in Moscow is basically on life support The Russians say they're not far behind in Washington I suppose the good news here is that these latest cuts aren't yet set in stone so there's a window to negotiate That's NPR's Charles Maine's thanks a lot Thank you This.

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Sweden Halts Use of Moderna's COVID Vaccine in Under 30s

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:34 min | 2 months ago

Sweden Halts Use of Moderna's COVID Vaccine in Under 30s

"There's kind of this platforming of the scandinavian countries that so many people on the left participate and i think there's some things that sweden and denmark get right at least up until recently sweden denmark had some of the most sane immigration policies on the planet that you must speak the language love the country. We're not going to open up our borders. Everyone that has changed recently since the syrian refugee crisis. Denmark doesn't have a minimum wage. Sweden has full school choice. Sweden also i think handled the chief virus and the chinese corona virus. Better than any other country that i can think of. Refusing the lockdown trusting their citizens to make good choices. And let's say rejecting the lockdowns in more ways than what but still. The american left wants to talk about sweden and denmark. Did you know breaking today. Sweden and denmark have halted maderna's chinese corona virus shocked or vaccine for younger people. The swedish walked watchdog sites increased risk of heart inflammation. This is from bloomberg dot com. So if the modern shot is unacceptable for people under thirty because of a heart risk in the pfizer shot should be too. They are effectively. The same product far more alike than they are different. In the primary difference is dosage and pfizer shows very significant myocarditis increase. Risk to remember. This problem was first seen in israel where pfizer was only used in israel.

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U.S. scientists win Nobel Prize for discovery of temperature, touch receptors

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

U.S. scientists win Nobel Prize for discovery of temperature, touch receptors

"Two American scientists have won the Nobel Prize in medicine for discoveries into how the human body perceives temperature and touch the announcement from Stockholm Sweden David Julius and are them past the podium for their discoveries of receptors for temperature and touch the two researchers separately identified receptors in the skin as part of their work in the fields of some moto sensation one use capsaicin a red pepper component the other use pressure sensitive receptors in cells to identify nerve centers that respond to heat and mechanical stimulation the

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"sweden" Discussed on podnews

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07:01 min | 2 months ago

"sweden" Discussed on podnews

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Breakdown or Breakthrough? UN Chief Lays out Stark Choices for Humanity

UN News

02:07 min | 2 months ago

Breakdown or Breakthrough? UN Chief Lays out Stark Choices for Humanity

"Ahead of the high level week of the seventy six. Un general assembly session which begins on twenty first of september. You g antonio guitarist launched a common agenda his vision for the future of your organization. The report lays out two distinct divergent visions for the world. One of breakdown in perpetual crisis or a breakthrough to greener safer world at the heart of the vision is enhanced multi-lateralism with a summit of the future creating a new global consensus on what the future of the world should look like. And how to secure it sometime. Thomas away from your news sat down with mr guitar. Wish to discuss the report as well. As the un chiefs take on some pressing global issues including the humanitarian situation in afghanistan and the covered nineteen pandemic. She started by asking him to explain why he remains convinced. That multi-lateralism is the key to a better world. Look what has happened to. Our worlds vitals is defeated. The world's more than linear in the health after everything started we still have the vitals spreading everywhere and we see that impact on the lives of people that are mexican cuisine inequalities economies in extremely difficult situations and of course the most vulnerable suffering enormously and the world's was not able to come together and to define a global vaccination plan and bringing the countries that produce vaccines or can produce vaccines together with the organization with the in international financial institutions to then the with the pharmaceutical industry and doubled the production. And make sure that there is an equitable solution at the production. This cannot be done by country alone. Sweden by all the problem. Is that the multilateral issue we have now which is essentially late. Show them late. Show is not even the power to obtain information about the situation.

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Is the COVID Vaccine Helping or Hurting the Virus?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:48 min | 2 months ago

Is the COVID Vaccine Helping or Hurting the Virus?

"Why should we agree to a vaccine mandate at all. Well we shouldn't. And i mean we need to have a real conversation of whether or not vaccine is actually contributing to the spread of the virus and just look at the data the more vaccinated. We become more all of a sudden people. Become infected is the vaccine slowing the spread or is it earning the spread. That's a legitimate question. Let's stop it because people are gonna go crazy. Media matters pay attention little. What's his name boo typing. If you talk to real virologists not politicians tell you. Every virus has a life cycle. It's like a bell curve and they need to burn out and what your saying could in fact be the scenario that these experimental vaccines are delaying the viruses capacity to burn out in the population. That's what you're talking about correct. That's right yeah. Just as a objective analysis which country is doing better sweden or israel which one has embarked on a mass inoculation strategy. Israel did as much of vaccines and in seventy eighty percent of the population. They did a booster shots. They did lockdowns mass. Everything and their case per population is much higher than that of sweden. Back open for business. That's right yeah. And of course had the most mature response to the virus back in last year. They did a little bit of lockdowns last summer and a little bit last winter. I wish they wouldn't have lockdown off idea and they actually don't help at all epidemiologically but way way more mature response than israel. Much more prudent and so. Yeah that's the real question is are the vaccine helping or hurting. No one wants to say no one wants to talk about it. And the cdc has now changed. The definition of what a vaccine is no longer says that it will inoculate you against the potential transmission of you getting a virus. It will help you fight the virus. That's called the treatment

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Europe's Mind-Boggling Afghan Crime Wave

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:23 min | 3 months ago

Europe's Mind-Boggling Afghan Crime Wave

"Syrian refugees caused your ten percent of all sexual assault cases. Afghans whose numbers were comparable are responsible for stunning half of all the sexual assault cases in western europe. Welcome to your new neighbours. Everybody and if you don't want all of these afghans that have a higher propensity for sexual assault. You're a bigot. And by the way for media matters. That's watching this right now because got nothing better to do. just go. Look at this article. Cheryl bernard i worked with refugees for decades. Europe's afghan crimewave is mind. Boggling continues by saying it took a while for this pattern to be recognized because until recently western europe media deliberately refrained from identifying salems assailants refugee asylum status or his country of origin only one the correlation became so dramatic that itself was newsworthy to this policy. Change at that point. It became clear that the authorities had known about and for political reasons at deliberately covered large scale incidents of sexual assault by migrants. I could continue with more and more examples here. Washington post afghans. Flown to the united states later flagged for security concerns. The washington post continued by saying afghans cleared to come to the united states are vetted again. Once upon a rival some have been sent back to foreign stagey locations after being flagged for security concerns And just by the by the way we've brought in more afghans to the west than americans to the west invade the world invite the world but again don't notice they don't say what neighborhoods there specifically going to say. Oh they're coming to america. We have so much opportunity. While they're coming to wisconsin. We know that they're coming to philadelphia. Everyone is generous with their refugee resettlement until they come to your living room and rape your daughter. Just ask sweden. Germany asked france. Ask all of western europe that is now clamoring about what the afghans did and this article by cheryl's own. Admission was our right. And i'm going to say this number again. Afghans whose numbers are comparable to syrian refugees. A responsible for a half a stunning half of all sexual assault cases and that is in that is in western europe. Know the truth. Reject the one line stunting of discussion. Just because you're afraid to be calling a bigot racist and there's something else at play her.

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What is the Atvidaberg Sun Cannon?

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

02:25 min | 3 months ago

What is the Atvidaberg Sun Cannon?

"Some cannons have been around since the sixteen hundreds some of them were used on ships. The position of the sun triggered them to fire at almost exactly twelve. Pm so everyone on board would know what time it was in the seventeen hundreds. You might also have heard a son cannon in fancy park in england or france or even on a large estate where they were used to signal lunchtime in fact when son cannons were in style throughout the seventeen eighteen hundreds most of them were owned by european nobility and that how a son canon ended up in a small town in rural sweden the sun cannon in all to the body has its own tower. It's up on top of a hill and it looks like a fifteen foot tall version of a rook. That chess piece. that looks like a little castle. it's round made out of brick and there's a long narrow slot carved into the south facing side. It's been here since eighteen fifty three and it was built by the local barron and his family. The all those fats. These days it's cared for by a team of volunteers who call themselves the sun cannon club there a delightful gang of retired people who've taken responsibility for preserving the town's history but the whole organization is totally unpretentious and they're a little loosey-goosey when it comes to the foggy lor surrounding basan cannon but at least three different people including my grandmother told me this story back in the mid eighteen hundreds the barron and his wife took a trip to paris. Supposedly the baroness who was born. A commoner was terrified of boats so instead of making the relatively short trip across the baltic to mainland europe. They'd spent somewhere between two and three years. Travelling to france in a horse and carriage by finland latvia with wayne lia poland. You get the idea. I was able to verify almost none of the story. But i'm told somewhere between one and two kids were born on the way from sweden to france and when the family finally made it there and saw the sun cannon in a garden they thought would be kind of fun to have one of those to fire off parties back at home.

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Sweden Has Intel on Potential New Afghan Attack

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Sweden Has Intel on Potential New Afghan Attack

"Leaders fear another terror attack in Kabul could be imminent in the wake of the first day attacks general Frank McKenzie the Central Command chief overseeing the evacuation and COBOL warned that more were possible an American commanders working with the Taliban to prevent them meanwhile Swedish foreign minister I'm Linda this treated we have renewed information about the high terrorist threat in the area around Kabul that pulled but she offered no details scenes of chaos desperation and horror from the apple have transfixed the world I'm Charles the last month

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Fox Business Reports Democrats Prefer Socialism Over Capitalism

The Dan Bongino Show

01:57 min | 3 months ago

Fox Business Reports Democrats Prefer Socialism Over Capitalism

"Because it addresses using a pole and data just how bad the fight with the left is getting. It says majority of registered Democrat voters now prefer socialism to capitalism. Unsurprisingly And that hurts me to say that the poll was taken August 7th to the 10th. Showed that 59% of registered Democratic voters who participate in the poll had a positive view of socialism. Compared to just 49% who felt that way about capitalism. So if your leftist listening right now and you're one of these who are a socialism, guys? Yeah, we love socialism First. I want to ask you a question. You ready? You're sitting in your car in your apartment. You playing some video games roasting the smores? Whatever, you know, eating a hot pocket. Whatever you left this do, you don't work, So whatever you're sitting there doing In the back of a tent and your mommy's house or something like that in the backyard, you know, begging for her to throw you one of your pepperoni pizza. Hot pockets. I ask you a simple question. I said What is? What is socialism that you that you prefer over capitalism? What is that? Now I know what you'll say. Because I've debated left this before, and they you know, pretty typically don't know anything and what they do know is wrong, but they'll typically say something like was definitely Sweden, Sweden. Sweden is a socialist country. Okay, That's not by the way, a definition. You just cited what you believe to be an example. But I'm asking you for a definition. What is socialism if you think Sweden and Scandinavia are socialists And they say it's like it's government, like doing good, like stuff like, you know, you know they're the same people like Remember Mean girls. This is the same people trying to make fetch happen like wretch in. That's how they talk. When you talk. They don't really know anything. So you say them? No, no, really, What is socialism? He defined the mechanics of how socialism works. So then I usually tell the most socialism is when the government this governing entity controls the means of production in the society, all of it. The means of producing cars, the means of producing medicines, the

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Why the US Response to the COVID Delta Variant Is Alarmist

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:43 min | 4 months ago

Why the US Response to the COVID Delta Variant Is Alarmist

"While it's more transmissible does not appear to be more deadly we are talking about the delta variant. We're talking about specifically the alarmism surrounding this. And i wanna. I wanna take you to a daily mail article here. It says mask free. Sweden is close to zero daily cova death. As countries chief epidemiologist plays down fears over delta variants infectiousness. So here's the bullet points. In the last fourteen days sweden recorded average of less than one cova death per day. Point six. So they've been averaging point six deaths per day which compares with seventy four deaths in the uk and three hundred twenty nine deaths per day in the us over that same period and sweden dropped its last remaining mask rule for public transport on july first nevertheless in the uk and the us they're going to be on unleashing further mask mandates. The public sentiment has shifted dramatically. So again folks. No your facts no that it may be more infectious. It may be more contagious. But we actually don't really know that as well but nevertheless what we're seeing that it's not more deadly at least not significantly so so this is from the epidemiologist. I guess he's the lead. I what is his. His name is dr technol- and he's the lead epidemiologist in sweden. He said there's still a lot we don't know about the delta strain and that it is wrong to draw any far reaching conclusions. Now what is he talking about. He's talking about what we've been doing in the united

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Soccer Star Rapinoe Disrespects Her Country

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:14 min | 4 months ago

Soccer Star Rapinoe Disrespects Her Country

"Named megan re pino who just quite simply hates this country she and most of if not all of her Teammates on the us women's national team routine routinely kneel during the playing of the national anthem Or the presentation of our great colors the stars and the stripes. She has publicly advocated for support of this position By supporting the originator of it from five years ago quarterback colin kaepernick an avowed communist supporter. A castro fan who believes that the united states is a systemically racist country. Sodas meghan repeal no so do her teammates on the us women's national team. Now they played a game in the qualifiers for the For these olympics and again not having watched a single kick all i can do is look at scoreboard. They lost badly three. Nothing to switzerland or sweden or somebody. I don't care whoever they are. I cheered for them because they were beating up on people who hate my country even though they were wearing the colors that represent my country. You see. I believe in the mathematical equation of a negative. Negative is a positive if a negative anti-american Like meghan were. Pinot is speaking ill of my country. I am going to be negative towards her and root for her opponent. And that makes me a proponent of my country. Because i don't want anti americans representing america so mega on the soccer team. It was pretty much guaranteed because of the best team on the planet or have been for the last ten years or so that they were going to win a gold medal and then during the gold medal presentation at the tokyo olympics would probably have taken in the or d'amato and other some sort of a protest to tell the world that america is oppressive toward minorities or toward gay people or toward whatever their their agenda is the follow up to that loss to switzerland or sweden was a game in the quarterfinal round. I'd leave as the quarterfinal round They just play two days ago against canada. Our neighbors up in the great

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"sweden" Discussed on PPRO Podcast

PPRO Podcast

02:35 min | 4 months ago

"sweden" Discussed on PPRO Podcast

"I'm interested to see what happens on the you know i. I'd say more on the fundraising Ipo in emanate side in sweden. You know there's a lot of News you know. So i think probably both aware trustee had to delay their their ipo due to some regulatory concerns at the same time tink. In way. I don't think we talk about yet. You know has done an exit with a visa acquiring them hopefully still leads regulatory approval. And it's not the first time visa tried to tried to acquire account information provider after after trying to acquire swish. Plant a few years ago And i think that's also going to be interesting to see what. What is that. You know that that that that exit going to look like for a lot of these companies is it gonna be an ipo with with somebody like karna. Its valuation so enormous. You know. it's hard to imagine something other than an i an peo- but especially for the ones that aren't quite that big you know. It is a good mean an exit to a large american company or is there an ipo. Around yeah i mean it be super interesting to to see some of the the recent valuations that have come out in the past week been. Yeah pretty high. Where there's only one one route and i think ipo. So yeah. I mean anna and andrew. Thank you so much for sharing your insights and thoughts in hearing more about you. Know what's coming out of sweden You know what what's made the likes of klina and trust successful You know what what's caused the or what's been the catalyst for the kroner. i mean. of course. We didn't even get to talk about tank. So i think this just really shows how many interesting innovative in successful companies are are coming out of sweden. So i think we'll all continue to watch the swedish because system under very close lens..

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"sweden" Discussed on PPRO Podcast

PPRO Podcast

07:51 min | 4 months ago

"sweden" Discussed on PPRO Podcast

"Will. It's will be linked to the payment instrument such as a mobile app and that allow user to exchange corners with participants and not worry can carry out transactions so it says a very interesting project to watch and they're specifically because it's ran by central bundy and the reason why the central bank is doing that initiative is because tweeden's cash loose on that is more or less of a big push for for the central bank to start dot project because the catch is no longer king in in the country and needed to to trust that. Yeah i mean. I think it's so interesting i think to to look at how fire you know. Sweden is in terms of this cashless society. And i think yeah. I mean i can understand how this has been one of the key drivers for for the akron andrew. What what are your thoughts on digital cards sees in that whole area of the payment space on. Yeah so. I think the the the the question for me is is you know less about the technology You know because. I think there's many effective ways to implemented digital store evalu- digital payment and we just talked about a lot of digital payments systems that exist already but usually through private companies for me. It's the the question of The disintermediation of the financial system you know having a direct relationship between citizens and a central bank without having a commercial bank in between to hold an account balance having a card network having all these sorts of things around it and the implications of that are many in there can certainly be benefits. You know for example You think about a cashless society where being unbagged essentially means that you're you're you're you're ostracized from society and with the digital currency. You don't have that problem anymore. Essentially can always have a way of paying digitally. You know that that's a. That's a bit of an advantage. But there's obviously a lot of existing stakeholders in the financial system in the payment system that you support the current inter mediated configuration. You know and. I think it'll be interesting to see. Certainly utterly in sweden but in the rest of the world is you you know what would it system look like where you know. I as a consumer consumer as a citizen can hold an account and can cont- transact digitally with only a central bank relationship. You know that that's going to be very interesting to add to that. Are i am part of the chronic crow Offstage not paying taxes. Sweet and back a few year when was also a project in development. The central bomb issued a questionnaire or or three church to to To contribute to on their gave that to different players in ecosystem. Are there one of those. Were off zine ovation's than we were very much positive reacting on on the questionnaire and they were debunking associated finished bunker association. That's an example. They were negative specifically. Because are they're losing. Potentially they might lose their their role in such in such important play. Where if the central bank has a relationship directly was was a citizen. Then there's no need to have meal middle layer where now banks are. However i by located at the latest report that might not be that stereo they might be banks in the middle so it's not decided i guess we could do just see enter tau how that would actually act. I think there's a lot more questions than than answers. I think You know with all the papers pilots in in initiatives around the the central bank Digital currencies so wrapping up I just wanted to ask anna. What it what's what's exciting you about the new up and coming payments in fintech companies in sweden. What what can we expect in the next five to ten years will payments is of cost of Bake topic heavy agenda Country so there are quite a few different actors one Now which is key. This service for secure digital may for companies authorities and also to the users to quietest toll may walks to receive blowed sort emails and other putting digital Getting traction quite quite severely at moment so they are their movement in the country. Wage is not new. But it's actually quite progressing where reese equine. Few founders coming from from a bigger player such as clan not trust. The is it till bombonera. They're going started a new ventures and that also i would say an important factor when it comes to can't to swedish assistance founders who are the connor so obscene have mentioned. You're honored and so forth. Which are the companies to look for for. The greatest news had husky. I really much in king that there will be some great news this year next year. freebie. From from what. I see i expensive. The exciting coming from that direction or super. Thanks an-and andrew. What are what are your kind of thoughts on What innovations we can expect Maybe not just out of sweden but kind of From the nordic region and Yeah general kind of key things that are gonna be game changers in the world's of payments. Yeah i mean. I think i i. I see the euro sweden nordics in general you leading in in terms of of consumer focused payments experience in europe. You know so. We see that with a lot of the things we mentioned swish. And of course in invinci- mobile pin the other markets. You buy now pay later. Of course clark. Being very much at the forefront of that now i think every time hear of a new of new payment method globally. I think half of them are buy now pay later games. It's now the sort of force. I think i'm. I'm.

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"sweden" Discussed on PPRO Podcast

PPRO Podcast

06:30 min | 4 months ago

"sweden" Discussed on PPRO Podcast

"Like a. I don't want to say a testing ground but you know they kind of taking away. What works and doesn't work with swedish. Customers in exporting now for the likes of klina some of the other companies that are expanding internationally is kind of a good testing ground or say yes now. First of all sweden's health is very much competitive market. Still there a four hundred. Plus phoenix hires in the country south. And it's very much having payment to quite a few comes from our gut into payment to area of finance and so they are task of costs are starting from for where they are. And also sweden is a country where you start thinking king internationalization. You think globally out when you start adventure so you you tasks in sweden but you think what would be the next tab would that be terminated for example Some time to Swedes and if they dreams actually made that as a second tout netra one. And if he's out say that since the competitive market the companies which actually go international they proved ha that they have a very good strategy and product and so forth and they have a possibility to go on financial explanatory countries. A interesting in an android guests You take quite a global perspective of innovation. I guess from the outsider's point of view. What what would you say is kind of driving the innovation success of the swedish payment companies. Right what i know about is. We didn't swedes. Your i think what i mentioned about. Having a very high trust society you know helps a lot trust institutions including you know in in in private companies in many cases helps helps adoption. The the small size of sweden's market means that in order to gain scale. You have to look international. You know. I don't think you can expect to become a billion dollar company. Where easily if you. If you only address you know sweden's market i think the adaptability and the international view helps dramatically. You know the idea that sweden's speak english very well or well trapped or sweetser. Well travelled know are well versed in the world. End are not thinking only in terms of how things work in their own market. You know a lot of the the issues we see like in the anglo saxon world. You know in video. Us uk with companies trying to innovate trying to move into other countries is that they're so focused on how the us and the uk workday completely ignore anything else in the immediately hit a wall so as soon as they want to go to europe asia or latin america or something it just completely misunderstood. You know the sort of cultural norms and i think in sweden. That's very You know it's it's it's almost internalized that you a there is a bigger world out there and you have to look at it and you have to acknowledge it. But that's that's me. Speaking as a non sweden seeing what observing during what. I have over the years a that that matches with your with your feelings i agree. It's one month's smaller commandeered so sweden Neighbors have similar out markets size right and what we see with this how i observe quite a few nordic players. That's hey Unicorn lunar they focus on nordics right so they know what first and then. We go internationally. As the uniqueness sweden is that they don't feed nordics as a second step. They ride away think internationally they go beyond this small gathering of the nordic countries in dances a bit of a different perspective on. It's comes to division. it's health because the rest of the group they do think about nordics. Swingers keeps it in goals that we need to go. Yeah that that's interesting. I mean there's i find the nordics very interesting because you know you have the likes of of swish. And i know that's primarily. I mean i think that is entirely within sweden but i mean something like vips in the p is p twenty seven which the pan nordic payment. Collaboration yeah i mean i think it's it's it's interesting. You also see a high amount of collaboration in sweden. Amongst i i mean i guess so starting with just tweeted amongst the banks within swish but also at a nordic level kind of a pan nordic elements of collaboration. I think thinking about swishing in particular. I mean swishes w-what maybe six seven years old and you know even today. I think it outperforms in out innovates like a lot of national payment systems in appeared mobile payment systems. We see in other european markets. How how how did banks come to collaborate on on such a solution. Hey that's Switch was first fun. So are the started sixties arms with mentioned this project at Permit and they're so they just k-i-p-p engaging on working together so swish is a non adventure which.

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"sweden" Discussed on PPRO Podcast

PPRO Podcast

01:39 min | 4 months ago

"sweden" Discussed on PPRO Podcast

"The from pro. This is payments radio the show for and about the payments industry covering news interviewing experts talking about all the ways the world pays my name is megan johnson your host payments radio and today we virtually traveled to sweden to investigate why this nation of ten million people is one of if not the most innovative nation when it comes to payments not just in terms of making payments but the various unicorns and startups. That are changing the way global payments are made today. i'm joined by an applied. Lena co-founder of stockholm fintech week partner. Commercialization of mambu andrew item global head of innovation at p. Pro welcome anna an andrew. I'm megan hi andrew. Nice to be here. Meghan fix very much. Nice to meet you too anna. So let's jump into talking about Sweden and specifically. I think it'd be good to set the scene for what the payment mix looks like in sweden So ano- what does the payment mix look like in sweden. Why what has been kind of the the main forces of innovation that have made sweden such an innovative market when it comes to making payments while sweden has a very good track record when it comes to stories payments any textualist tired from sixes nine hundred..

What is the Healthiest Plant-Based Milk?

Plant Strong

01:43 min | 4 months ago

What is the Healthiest Plant-Based Milk?

"The healthiest type of alternative milk. And again it depends on what you're meaning of Your definition of health is right. What would you say. What's your favorite. What do you think ranks. I would say would have to be probably under sweden variety for the most part of either a soy or a almond or an haute. Yes something really clean right. So we'll talk a little bit about how to pick alternative milks and what to be on the lookout for if i had to pick one. I'd say i'd say soy milk. It's the only alternative The mainstream alternative milk. That's made from beans. I'm and we know how healthy beans are for us to be just again. It depends what you're after so like for most of us. We don't need to worry about protein rate of anything. If you listen to the podcast ahead with darren orlean. We talked about how actually we should be eating like a low protein diet right as opposed to a high protein low protein. If you don't care about protein then you're not going to be drawn as much to maybe showing this eden soy right here. This unsweetened soy one. Eight ounce glass is twelve grams. South grams approachable grams of protein. It's like over the over the moon high whereas whereas this almond milk right here. This has got one gram of protein right there. Yeah i think is the only one that really compete with traditional dairy in terms of soy. So if you're choosing traditional dairy for the protein content opt for some sway. Milk protein is less important to you. Go for another

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USWNT Loses to Canada in Tokyo Olympics Semifinal

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:33 sec | 4 months ago

USWNT Loses to Canada in Tokyo Olympics Semifinal

"Canada Early this morning groans here in the US America's hopes of winning an Olympic gold medal in women's soccer went out the window in a stunning semifinal loss to team Canada. Penalty awarded after B A R review. Big moment in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics here. Claiming for Canada scores. Harlow whites call on NBC first time The Americans lost to the Canadians since 2001 Canada will play for the gold Friday against Australia or Sweden. Seattle

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YouTube Tests Premium Lite Subscription

Techmeme Ride Home

01:28 min | 4 months ago

YouTube Tests Premium Lite Subscription

"What if you just want youtube premium to get atf reviewing and you don't really need all the other bells and whistles while you're in luck. Youtube is trailing when it is calling premium light a subscription that runs six-year-old ninety. Nine cents per month offering ad free viewing across all major platforms currently available only in europe. Quoting verge. google is piloting a more affordable premium subscription tier for youtube that offers ad free viewing without youtube premiums other features like offline downloads or background playback. Premium light is currently being tested in belgium. Denmark finland luxembourg the netherlands norway and sweden premium. Light includes ad free viewing across you tubes main app on web ios android smart. Tv's and game consoles as well as in the youtube kids app however it doesn't include any youtube music benefits like ad free listening and it doesn't include premiums other features like background playback for when you want to switch to another apple continuing to listen to audio from a youtube video or off line downloads. Speaking as someone who hates the amount of ads on youtube but isn't too interested in premiums other features like offline downloads premium. Light sounds like a tempting proposition but at its current pricing it costs around sixty percent of the price of a regular premium subscription while only offering around a quarter of its benefits. Youtube says that the current subscription is in an experimental phase. However and that. It's considering rolling out more plans based on audience feedback and quote.

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YouTube Tests Premium Lite Subscription

Daily Tech Headlines

00:21 sec | 4 months ago

YouTube Tests Premium Lite Subscription

"Youtube confirmed it's testing a premium light subscription offering ad free viewing for six years ninety nine cents a month without other youtube premium features like offline downloads or background playback features currently testing in belgium denmark finland luxembourg the netherlands norway and sweden youtube said. This is an experiment and could real more plans. Based on feedback

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"sweden" Discussed on The Nordic Mum

The Nordic Mum

05:35 min | 8 months ago

"sweden" Discussed on The Nordic Mum

"So any sweet. Who's listening this. Please come and dispute this fact from yesterday. You're not gamblers. But yeah there are so many ebbets for an ice. Yeah and that was really really a big surprise to me and i thought you know all the stereotypes about feed gyn feet lift sleeve and all this stuff in but but maybe something behind it which brings us to the point to rules of fica and meeting so you there now for nine months. Nine hundred month so What is your twelve months. Actually so what is your feel about. Fica meetings at work okay. So what we often hear about fica is the it's usually talked about in the social seem like the social setting in the home when the cafe but very little is talked about the office mandatory law. You must follow the rules and do the fica in the lead place which is actually quite surprising. I think full international people who come away in sweden. It can be a bit of a strange one because you would interpret it as being a coffee break and on. What time is you're getting paid for this break. It's not paid break. And the worst thing you can do. Sweden is to say it's okay. I'm happy to keep working. You guys go. i will join. Yeah because i was rude while the things you're so so so what has transpired. In the mystery of unraveling is basically. It is treated as part of the way that it is basically like say all having a meeting at eleven fifteen. See that it's okay. I'm gonna just keep whacking you guys. Go enjoy yourself. It is seen in view regarded as a meeting. And it's very much about this social in this engagement with other people in airing of ideas probably wouldn't happen. Otherwise but how our coffee break. How does people do now. Because in sweden you guys saw in isolation have have been on and off you know isolation so do this to have a fico through zoom. Or do they do it. No i mean anecdotally through my wife oversee she's the one who goes to the office But they yet people still during the break. And i can also say that. There's a cafe. I go to regulate because look while only recently been going off on my corona but it is a group of workers who come in at the same time every day at eight forty five about twenty of them lay coming they will get a little buns When they come in in spain as oldham in september november. I've seen just two days ago. Still doing it also with the in an office or whether you wack repair to fica is is it. It's a part of it isn't a break. It's almost like the in finis pool up. I have a coffee. You know like you have a.

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"sweden" Discussed on JOHN16AND12.COM

JOHN16AND12.COM

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"sweden" Discussed on JOHN16AND12.COM

"Help me in my life god will reward you. I don't say that. But i have seen that that god do it and She she got reward because she has made so very much to start my life in sweden that she She become a manager for the whole social service in helping homeless people. She got a top job after that she have helped me. So i know that god reward and go george also off the what people have down to me not only done what they have told me and god knows what you are thinking what we are thinking. He knows everything about those who can't hide anything from god. He have all the whole control and the whole control is that he know everything about us. So that that's not a surprise for him what we are doing and what we're thinking because he knows or already but he he place place people in place things in front of us to see our reaction of it. What we will do and think evolved but he knows our future the whole time but he he plays place it not for him to judge us. He plays tests on us for us to learn from. It's not the that you say that feed know everything about our life. Then he dealt doesn't need to test us know is not like that kind of test is it's about to make us to understand things to make us learn from what happened is not about about the hall. We are thinking about a test. It's it's not. A real test is to educate us now to to make us Tone our way if if we go on the wrong way he can push obstacle in our way.

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"sweden" Discussed on JOHN16AND12.COM

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04:13 min | 1 year ago

"sweden" Discussed on JOHN16AND12.COM

"Voice heard in the morning. All you're going to beside you going to be sad if if you broke out with him the voice site and the tappan so that a that. It was some of this when he was with him. I could wake up in in the night in the room. I remember one day when we were at the hotels. That was very very strange because the it that was in in the valley and the they had these have the internet there and it was very strange because it was so read the internet all over the over the sweden them and the wifi they steaks and so i thought it was odd that they didn't had it was like like the valley had not tourists. Even if it was so ten it was like like a hidden mysterious man lear valley and a but we decided to sleep one night and In the night. I wake up. I look at my faith. There was sitting a big black panter and look at me. It was my side and the later in the night. I it was disturbing. It was selling so many many paper in the room and this was a place where there were no internet so it was nothing that could disturb in that way so i don't really remember what it was but i wakeup my boyfriend's say that it's like many voices in the room and the heat. They then theory eight. It's was this like yeah. My daughter's father. He never heard anything. But i so when heard two states and the whole to to sleep that night so that place else like very very evil place. I was happy when we could go drive away from that place because it was something mysterious with that place. I and them and that was was talking about something. Shuna talk about today. Because i should talk about how. Why escape those muslim. That swear i mean my story and it was They have started to make adult. No a If the muslims people thank you. I i did some with the kids that the kids.

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"sweden" Discussed on JOHN16AND12.COM

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02:25 min | 1 year ago

"sweden" Discussed on JOHN16AND12.COM

"That all muslims in the united states. That could come after me and he have the man in the house he. A brother lived in germany also. So that's su he i. It was a u s era line. The ticket was for for his airplane. Comfort you sarah way and the forget to say to my daughter's father to not take don't take usair line and the us. Us airline and its should. I should change the airplane in germany where his brother lived owed. So-so atmos not safe before. I come to sweden. Aids was terrible. I have never been in this so short. A traveling with our it was. Because i was so nervous i was so frightened so i'm going to talk about this next time. It's night with look. Look now but as i say in lost episode. I needed to to talk more about muslims so i soon down with them. I say that take about two episodes and this was one and the next time. I'm going to tell you how it was to run away from muslims. Let's have everything that they could do for to get me and the hallway Way from them also is let its special. How come to run away from the so. I hope you come back in Thank you god. Bless you thank you..

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"sweden" Discussed on JOHN16AND12.COM

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05:11 min | 1 year ago

"sweden" Discussed on JOHN16AND12.COM

"Away from the muslims budget. They have threatened me. The muslims so it was not only to to go and tell them that i am going to leave. You have to find another girl that take care of your home. That were snowed an option for me. I have to the only way i could do. It was to run away from them too. And i didn't know how to do it because in that time. They have started to to have that little girl in daycare a half of the day. So that's The then i could do it and the boy was in school and i could run when they were not told. But the the hard thing was that The lethal good didn't want to go to the shouted care every day. She could certainly stop it and them. Her mother said that you can stay at home so i. I was not sure that i was on my own in the morning and then was the doors that that mother she have like A sense like the devil is telling the telling the his children if something happen like when the boy was taking a dump the took number two in in the both the mother kham home when she asked for that poem she has lots of boldly in the kitchen but she asked for that bowl yes. That's the girl couldn't have say it. Because that was many bowls that look almost the same. And i was with the kits and they have not seen anything. They were speaking english. The kids so i could hear them if they say something about the both so it was kind of. I have a a b in the this before that the devil has told telling their third kit his kids that something is going on and also that they didn't know where you are also they sticks that the look like they are very very bright the people but they hear from the devil what to do. And what's going on. It's like they have a fifty cents like that but these the data talk to them on the so. The mother could come home. When i when i tried to run away when i start to to put in my clothes in my bag some and these days she could come home so it was not say to run away from them and and then also i was scared that the ashim the mother or the father could have been home when when the matt postman comb with the ticket because they come knock on the door and give me the tickets and then the the parents could find out that i'm leaving so Was very scared of. Didn't know when the postman should come but he come one when the parents was not at home so they never find out that. I have a flight ticket to sweden am next day going next episode. I'm going to tell you how how it was when i run away from the.

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"sweden" Discussed on JOHN16AND12.COM

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03:23 min | 1 year ago

"sweden" Discussed on JOHN16AND12.COM

"Woodham smaller money and the i had all this money for the line ticket in the iowa open not my bag and they took my wallet and run away whether over my money and also the the card for a work permit in the united states and the and iran after that i was very upset with a and i run around as fast as they did and they stunned they turn around and waiting for me to come closer to them down the I I understand that i should not go closer to them. Because we were by ourselves they could have some weapon to kill me. They could have taken out. Maya my face turmoil They could have hurt me. So i stop and then i say to them. Please take the But let me get the wallet as say but they they round the way with everything the wallet and the police come after of the five minutes but then it was too late to get those kids. ni- reported for the police. And the when that come to reach. I was very angry that he couldn't and gets may That i have to be in the darkness. It was evening and they what stark outside that he couldn't comb and help me to come to the hotel. But but that's that's my life a few you. If you have listened at my life that no one had really. I have to do everything on my own of my whole life have been like that so i was very between richard. He was drunk. Of course when i come to the hotel and he didn't know what happened and i was very sad that all the money now colin take the flight to sweden I go to to the short shown. Sunday that that day and Was talking about that the.

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"sweden" Discussed on JOHN16AND12.COM

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04:05 min | 1 year ago

"sweden" Discussed on JOHN16AND12.COM

"So the to clean it up but he could play with his crazy way to do takes for maybe two hours so the brain could relax fro by doing this so then then i go. In the morning. I go to the bus school bus with the spoi- and people were talking to me. That was standing at the bus. Stop and they say to me that no one had been in so long time to working in that house where you are staying. They they only work. There may be one mouth and they are away only few days. No-one can work there. They say to me and that's what they were talking to me about it because it was summer vacation as it was not a long time i was stayed staying in there and waiting for the school bus to come and the a but i would have been there for one year and the no-one have staying there because it so evil and the idea lull How much money. I showed one from them and they be surprised. When i say money i got per mouth and it was hall of of of the money that normally a person should have that working like i did so i didn't know anything. I was happy to have home as i was home. This that the at that. I have a bad and so they so that i started to to to to to go home to sweden and I have to. Because i i have started to get psoriasis. In much pay in. Then i was not okay in my body so i i send the letter to the swedish ambassador in new york and ask them for Airline tickets to sweden backed this them but they say that they wrote back to me. And i still have that paper to prove that this really happen because they send the back of our letter and say that i was. I have left my my country on in on my own will so they have no obligation to to give me and they help to coming back to my mic country to come to coming back to sway of and the so I have to try to save money to come back to sweden before i died there and the I got telephone cold from sweden and it was my daughter's father and he said to me that.

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"sweden" Discussed on JOHN16AND12.COM

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03:23 min | 1 year ago

"sweden" Discussed on JOHN16AND12.COM

"Woodham smaller money and the i had all this money for the line ticket in the iowa open not my bag and they took my wallet and run away whether over my money and also the the card for a work permit in the united states and the and iran after that i was very upset with a and i run around as fast as they did and they stunned they turn around and waiting for me to come closer to them down the A I understand that i should not go closer to them. Because we were by ourselves they could have some weapon to kill me. They could have taken out. Maya my face turmoil within the is they could have hurt me so i stop also and then i say to them. Please take the But let me get the wallet as say but they they round the way with everything the wallet and the police come after of the five minutes but then it was too late to get those kids. ni- reported for the police. And the when that come to reach. I was very angry that he couldn't and gets may That i have to be in the darkness. It was evening and they what stark outside that he couldn't comb and help me to come to the hotel. But but that's that's my life a few you. If you have listened at my life that no one had really. I have to do everything on my own of my whole life have been like that so i was very between richard. He was drank. Of course when i come to the hotel and he didn't know what happened and i was very sad that all the money now colin take the flight to sweden and then go to to the short shown. Sunday that that day and Was talking about that the.

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"sweden" Discussed on JOHN16AND12.COM

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04:05 min | 1 year ago

"sweden" Discussed on JOHN16AND12.COM

"So the to clean it up but he could play with his crazy way to do takes for maybe two hours so the brain could relax fro by doing this so then i go in the morning. Go to the bus school bus with the spoi- and people were talking to me. That was standing at the bus. Stop and they say to me that no one had been in so long time to working in that house where you are staying there. They only work. There may be one mouth and then they are away only few days. No-one can work there. They say to me and that's what they were talking to me about it because it was marin the victim even as it was not a long time i was stayed staying in there and wait for the school bus to come and the a but i would have been there for one year and the no-one have staying there because it's so evil and the idea lull Money i showed one from them and they be surprised. When i say how much money i got per mouth and it was hall of of of the money that normally a person should have that working like i did so. I didn't know anything. I was happy to have home as i was home. This that the at that. I have a bad and so they so that i started to to to to to go home to sweden and I have to. Because i i have started to get psoriasis. In much pay in. Then i was not okay in my body so i i send the letter to the swedish ambassador in new york and ask them for Airline tickets to sweden backed this them but they say that they wrote back to me. And i still have that paper to prove that this really happen because they send the back of our letter and say that i was. I have left my my country on in on my own will so they have no obligation to to give me. And they help to coming back to my mic country to to coming back to sway of and the so I have to try to save money to come back to sweden before i died. Our the I got telephone cold from sweden and it was my daughter's father and he said to me that.

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"sweden" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"sweden" Discussed on KGO 810

"In Sweden you know those little those the place where you put plants that are clear through on their small you know what I'm saying outside a greenhouse camera they do if they had a restaurant and they had all the tables inside this little greenhouses she could see everybody but you were protected you'd call upon your phone they brought the food right outside your door she got brought in I was really clever I thought to myself me that's who we are we can come up with ways in manufacturing and and we're gonna have to I mean you know the three on three hundred fifty people at a port plan Missouri the other day and they test of a symptomatic positive for over nineteen we have to be able to get out in front of this and and bring in these entrepreneurs in the smart plug bottle eight hours you know I mean well you know I love it I love the sweet an example of the green houses in my district are being used to grow cannabis right now that maybe maybe we could repurpose event at the park example you bring up and you know we're seeing this meat shortage now one in five Windies can't sell hamburgers etcetera you know this is a wake up call that we have come to depend away too much on these massive consolidated monopolies of other factory industrial scale facilities and local food it really needs to be part of our innovation and part of our response I've I've been trying for the last few years to address the way meat is processed here in California because I've got some folks that run beef cattle and they have to truck their cows in many cases you know all the way across the state and we need local community based slaughter houses is not a pretty subject for a lot of folks and for your listeners that oppose animal agriculture and I've moved on from me good for them but a lot of folks are going to continue to consume meat and we need to find ways to do it better more reliable healthier and more sustainable I'm one of those vegetarians you're talking about and it's interesting because I you know I and not to put you on the spot but I mean I your as your own you know the S. like committee for the climate crisis were beginning to notice that the the fewer cars on the road you know that the effect we have on the and we found that out with the ozone layer you know we've cut back on CFCs it started to close I mean we can still save this in a planet that supports us and in one of the things we're all gonna have to do is it a little less meat and this you know might be right about that yeah yeah and and but we're like it or not this crisis will probably make us all a little less meat but I think looking forward those who do choose to continue eating it can find better ways to get it we do a hell of a job congressman and I I appreciate your taking the time to talk to us I know that a lot of people listening are are from your district and I've already got a couple emails from people who knew you were coming on that her fans I know it's going to be different moving forward but you know please don't be a stranger and stay safe keep the family safe and and you as well okay a target audience will hope to see you again I take your condescending and congressman Jared Huffman about you know trying to do this and you see the problem here it's and I've said this before since beginning this thing can be divided into three areas and the first is obviously medical the second is economic and the third is political and they they juxtaposition and move back and forth at the end of the day they're all the same we have to treat them all the same we have to find a way to do this and you know we have to bring together a coalition that trump will acknowledge and the only thing understands a bully understands is a punch to the face and then of course you know a sword the metaphor clear enough anyway I wanna hear from you guys I got a couple questions for you but the first question is is if you were a congressman Mike Chertoff and what would be what would you be doing right now I mean I I have an answer I mean I do what I would do and I'm kind of curious what you would do what is the first thing our government needs to do to address this the number one thing and have we already done it one of the eighty eighty eight ten you can text to.

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"sweden" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"sweden" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Sweden is defending its decision not to close cafes and restaurants or limit movement like most other countries during the corona virus pandemic the director general of the Swedish public health agency insisted his country was taking the virus seriously with a mixture of social distancing recommendations and laws including a ban on gatherings of more than fifty people he raised concerns about the impact of stricter lockdowns on mental and physical health as well as domestic violence levels and said he couldn't see any rational for people sitting indoors listening to radio announcements asking them not to go out the scientists said Sweden strategy was designed to last for the longer term even until twenty twenty two if necessary but he hoped current restrictions could be eased before the start of the summer holidays in Sweden which usually begin in late June that's BBC correspondent not a savage reporting from Starkel news and analysis the town hall dot com in traffic we've got the answer this report is sponsored by up work when you need in demand talent on demand secular continuing in Burlingame north one of one before Broadway injury accidents car versus a truck one of them overturned three left lanes are shut down until further notice so traffic able to get by in the right lane but as a result major backup extending just beyond cancer C. H. university crews are on the scene goodness is southbound lanes just a very minor delays San Jose north succeeded before Hostetter look out for some of large debris that is in the right lane not really much of an impact on traffic sampling is continuing to move just fine that's traffic I'm.

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"sweden" Discussed on Jesus is the Christ

Jesus is the Christ

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"sweden" Discussed on Jesus is the Christ

"You know. I wonder if they will be rebuked that sometime. I don't care I don't think they really care anyway. You know I think a lot of people. There will be people applauding the the healthcare people that they are on the back on the applauding. The healthcare people so you know. So that's what can happen in the everyone is GonNa try to encourage these people even though they they're you know not tapping give let me give an example for those who don't understand. We have an increase of intensive care patients. We have an increase of all non intensive care patients that are hospitalized. Sweden as well the number of Intensive Care Patients said that this region can take is about below fifty or something or maybe a bit more. But it's Yeah. I think it's below fifty. The military is building tends to try to take more so but you see it's not a lot of people so intensive care with elevators is just not gonNA help that much when people get sick. And don't get well what you really would need is just to send them home and give them the tablets. Give them the malaria. The this this malaria medication chloroquine. They've taken it for a week or so and then they okay so if they could just give them this and send them home they probably save some some people but instead they're going to have them in the hospitals and they're going to have they. Have you know the equipment they need to? They're creating this look like they're going to the moon or something is astronaut things you know with plastic all over the place and they have to change this every time and they are control airflow and stuff and all. This stuff is a load of stuff for walked for for doing for. What are they doing for these patients? I heard that they were injecting survived them and see in the blood or something and now they have this. Hiv medicine that they're going to test an what are they doing why? Why don't just give them?.

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