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The Christian Foundation of Our Nation With Bill Federer
"People will say that there's nothing exceptional about America. And that America is not a Christian nation. Tell us why that is historically incorrect. So Muslims invading Europe, the Catholic king of Spain tries to stop them, can't, then Martin Luther starts the reformation. The king of Spain tries to stop that and he can't, and he finally makes a deal with the protestants. And he is called a piece of Augsburg of 1555. I took German in college and you know how to say 1555 in German? Film styles from 404 from sake. I think it sounds funny. Anyway, 1555 piece of Oxford, it let every king decide what's going to be believed in his kingdom. And so suddenly Europe, you have England being Anglican, Scotland, being Presbyterian, Holland being Dutch reform, Greece being Greece, orthodox, Germany being Luther in Switzerland, calvinist in Italy, Spain, France, et cetera, Catholic. And if you didn't believe the way your king did, you fled. And those were the people that spilled over and founded colonies in America. So I read through every charter of every colony. England, you had the anglicans founded Virginia, Puritans founded Massachusetts, congregationalists founded Connecticut and New Hampshire. Baptist founded Rhode Island. Dutch reform founded New York. And the Swedish lutherans found that Delaware and New Jersey and Catholics founded Maryland and then the quakers on the Pennsylvania. So just like Europe, there was a different denomination per country in America was more or less a different denomination per colony, and they didn't get along. And
Fatal stabbing at Sweden annual event now labeled as terror
"The killing of a woman at an annual political event in Sweden earlier this month is now being investigated as an act of terror Sweden's domestic security agency says the 32 year old man who is in custody on suspicion of the July 6th stabbing is now suspected of terrorist crimes through murder and the agency has taken over the investigation Swedish broadcaster SVT has been reporting the suspect has links to a neo Nazi group the victim a medical doctor and psychiatric coordinator for Sweden's municipalities and regions was killed during an annual event in visby the main town of the island of gotland I'm Charles De
'Worrying trend': Post-Cold War drop in nukes could be over
"A Swedish arms watchdog says the world stockpiles of nuclear weapons are expected to increase in coming years after declining since the end of the Cold War The Stockholm international peace research institute says the decrease in recent decades seems about to be reversed as all 9 nuclear armed countries are increasing or upgrading their arsenals Wilfred one the director of cypris weapons of mass destruction program says it is a very worrying trend New report says the U.S. and Russia hold 90% of the world's nuclear weapons while other nuclear states are either developing or deploying new weapons systems or have announced their intention to do so I'm Charles De
Turkey's leader says 'no' to Sweden and Finland's NATO bid
"President Biden is hosting leaders from Finland and Sweden today as their bids to join NATO hit a roadblock Turkey's president says his nation will reject the applications a day after his top diplomat gave mixed messages about Finland and Sweden becoming NATO members We understand their secret concerns but turkey has secured the concerns should be also met NATO makes decisions by consensus in each of the 30 members can veto a membership bid President Biden said yesterday he was optimistic I think we're going to be okay The U.S. fully backs both bids with Pentagon chief Lloyd Austin telling his Swedish counterpart both countries have modern militaries that would boost NATO Your addition to the alliance will make us all better at defending ourselves Sagar Meghani Washington
Russian Planes 'Armed With Nukes' Chased Out of Swedish Airspace
"Speaking of Russia, let's get to another story that is out today. Pretty disturbing stuff. There's an attempt it seems by Russia to really frighten some of its neighboring countries. Has this not been one giant reminder for all of us? That we need to focus on ourselves, our own domestic and economic security right here at home. Anyway, two Russian fighter jets apparently violated Swedish airspace. This is according to a Swedish news organization earlier this month and they were, quote, equipped with nukes with the aim of scaring Stockholm after Putin had threatened military action if Sweden or Finland joined NATO. I mean, these guys are willing to stop at nothing. You're going to destroy the world so that you get everybody to be part of your team, this has to stop.
Russia's war spurs corporate exodus, exposes business risks
"The Russian invasion of Ukraine is prompted automakers beer distributors and cargo ships to change their business plans with Russia Russia's invasion of Ukraine's forced a growing number of the world's best known brands to pull out of that country that's become a global outcast hoping to maintain their reputations with the public Charlie Davidson has halted its motorcycle shipments to Russia saying that its thoughts are for the safety of the people of Ukraine Vladimir Putin famously rode a Harley on a visit to Ukraine a decade ago Swedish automaker Volvo says it's avoiding the potential risk of sanctions Ford is suspending operations in a joint venture on commercial vans Boeing and Airbus say they'll stop supplying airplane parts and service one analyst says you basically have Russia becoming a commercial pariah while another says business with Russia is like going into business with the Manson family referring to murderous cult leader Charles Manson hi Jackie Quinn
Switzerland Breaks Neutrality, Adopting Sanctions Against Russia
"One of the latest and most notable reactions to the invasion is the fact that Switzerland has chosen a side On Monday the famously neutral country said it would adopt European Union sanctions against Moscow and freeze Russian assets located in the spanx Governor adopted sanctioned specifically against Putin prime minister Mikhail mushin and foreign minister Sergei Lavrov Good for them That's a good thing Even the Finnish are getting involved The two nations of border Russia were threatened with serious military political consequences by Moscow if they were to join NATO but both of them brushed off the threats Finished foreign minister Pikachu said we've heard this before and don't think that it calls for a military threat Finland's 830 mile border with Russia's the longest of any European Union country I want to be extremely clear It is Sweden that itself and independently decides on our security policy line added the Swedish prime minister Magdalena Anderson's she said in a statement
Police filter Brussels traffic to dilute trucker protests
"Sweden's recommending a fourth prove it nineteen vaccine does to people over AT on those living in nursing homes or getting home care Swedish authorities say a fourth of those in this age range strengthens the protection against severe disease adding it must be administered no earlier than four months after the previous shot for most of the pandemic Sweden has stood out among European nations for its comparatively hands off response to the coronavirus it never went into lockdown all close businesses largely relying instead on individual responsibility to control infections while cope with nineteen deaths were high compared with other Nordic countries they will lower the many other places in Europe that did implement lockdowns I'm Charles de Ledesma
Democrats Come to Grips With Looming Election Reform Defeat
"There's a really interesting new snippet from Politico. They do a daily deal called playbook, most of it is garbage to be honest. It's kind of gossip. It is the closest thing that has been created in D.C. to kind of page 6 of politics, not to say that it's poorly sourced, but it's kind of gossipy. It's one off sources and people read it like that, but this one was super interesting. It says this that, and this actually cites a New York Times article from Katie edmondson. That's a good Swedish name. With the latest state of play and Sarah faris and Marie Marianne Levine and Nancy vu. My goodness, a lot of authors of that article. Democrats are starting to come to grips with the quote looming election reform defeat and quote grapple openly grappling. With what to tell their voters when they come up short. Frontline House Democrats eager to boost their prospects in November are urging their party leadership to break up build back better into a series of votes on popular planks. Even if that means giving up one grand Bill, even if those bills have no shot of becoming law. But Washington posts Mariana Sotomayor reports that leadership has been cool to this idea so far. While some front liners want to focus more on selling the infrastructure law and other accomplishments, steny Hoyer says, quote, the tension was surfaced in a meeting earlier this month. And the second highest ranking member of their caucus. Susan wild from Pennsylvania says I don't care. Telling Hoyer that House Democrats should spend the year sending bills to the Senate with the hope of bipartisan deals that could be reached on issues important to a broad range of voters. These Democrats are talking more like Japanese kamikaze pilots than
12 LESSONS LEARNED OCTOBER No. 10 - burst 3
"I'm I'm Anna and I am a well... What am I? It was in October when myself doubt almost got me to the ground. And do you know why? Because our thought I didn't own my titles anymore. And I had many. I was the time expert I was a keynote speaker. I was a podcast. But a lot had happened last year, and suddenly I thought, is the name time expert out of date? And I had not given a speech in one and a half years due to Corona, so was I still a keynote speaker? And I was not too fond of the title podcaster. On a long walk in the Swedish Woods, I understood. There is work to do annapurna. You have an identity problem. And this is what I have learned about how titles influence our identity. Welcome. Holly, I'm Jane and I'm a psychologist. Hi, I'm Peter and I am a software engineer. Hi, whoever and I am a coach. Now do this. Wherever you are, take your title away. Who are you now? Just Jane or Peter? And now take your name away. Who are you now? It does feel good to have a name doesn't it?
12 LESSONS LEARNED OCTOBER No. 10 - burst 2
"I'm Anna and I am a well... What am I? It was in October when myself doubt almost got me to the ground. And do you know why? Because our thought I didn't own my titles anymore. And I had many. I was the time expert I was a keynote speaker. I was a podcast. But a lot had happened last year, and suddenly I thought, is the name time expert out of date? And I had not given a speech in one and a half years due to Corona, so was I still a keynote speaker? And I was not too fond of the title podcaster. On a long walk in the Swedish Woods, I understood. There is work to do annapurna. You have an identity problem. And this is what I have learned about how titles influence our identity. Welcome. Holly, I'm Jane and I'm a psychologist. Hi, I'm Peter and I am a software engineer. Hi, whoever and I am a coach. Now do this. Wherever you are, take your title away. Who are you now? Just Jane or Peter? And now take your name away. Who are you now? It does feel good to have a name doesn't it?
McConnell, Spears, Osaka: A look at 2021's notable quotes
"A a line line from from a a speech speech given given from from the the Senate Senate floor floor before before rioters rioters stormed stormed the the capitol capitol in in January January tops tops a a Yale Yale Law Law School School librarian's librarian's list list of of the the most most notable notable quotes quotes of of twenty twenty twenty twenty one one Fred Fred Shapiro Shapiro says says he he picked picked quotes quotes that that are are important important or or revealing revealing of of the the spirit spirit of of the the times times is is top top quote quote is is from from the the then then Majority Majority Leader Leader Mitch Mitch McConnell McConnell urging urging fellow fellow Republicans Republicans to to abandon abandon attempts attempts to to overrule overrule president president Biden's Biden's victory victory voters voters the the court court and and the the stage stage it it also also spoke spoke with with president president Biden Biden gave gave a a speech speech in in July July as as the the U. U. S. S. was was preparing preparing to to get get out out of of Afghanistan Afghanistan the the likelihood likelihood is is going going to to be be the the Taliban Taliban overrunning overrunning everything everything and and owning owning the the whole whole country country is is highly highly unlikely unlikely Swedish Swedish teenager teenager Greta Greta tune tune Burke Burke spoke spoke to to protesters protesters in in November November about about adults adults and and climate climate change change we we say say no no no no exploitation exploitation of of people people and and they they and and there there are are the the first first words words from from Amanda Amanda Gorman Gorman in in the the palm palm the the hill hill we we climb climb she she read read it it during during the the Biden Biden inauguration inauguration when when day day comes comes we we ask ask ourselves ourselves where where can can we we find find lights lights in in this this never never ending ending shade shade the the list list is is a a supplement supplement to to the the new new Yale Yale book book of of quotations quotations I'm I'm at at Donahue Donahue
Standup Comedy Barry Neal Interview Headliner & Booking Agent Show #88 - burst 01
"I was not dating anybody in college about relationships. And i'm not gonna talk about politics. That wasn't in politics. So it's just what did i know. I knew sports nine new tv. Stoa figure start there. Will you know that's good advice for anybody listening. That wants to be a comic. You gotta talk about what you know and then have it something that everybody in the audience can relate to so talking about television. Really in sports are a good place to start so you started off in chicago. How did you end up over in europe. i played hockey On a traveling team in oh cool and then. My coach was originally played on the swedish olympic team. Way back when and We were pretty good traveling team and he thought we should take a group of all stars and represent laker the team. Usa and I was selected to be the gold one of the goalies on the team. And so i have my little team. Usa jersey and I got to play with a vicki. No hockey It was a thrill. Because i always played against him in chicago but now he was my was tony granato. Who's an all who is an all-star for the los angeles kings wow kings. Yeah no everyone in hockey knows that name. And that's amazing. Congratulations how cool and and again. I have known you a long time and had no idea. You had a hockey background. And how proud you must have been to represent america overseas if you know what it was kind of cool because it was a time where you read or at olympic the miracle on ice and toast to be over there and has the european crouching. Usa was just it was it was cool. It was something one of the highlights of my life along with having kids and being married but definitely gone over then representing the country was pretty cool. Okay
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.
Nobel in chemistry honors 'greener' way to build molecules
"Two scientists have won the Nobel Prize for chemistry the finding a mobile way to build molecules that can be used to make everything from medicines to food flavorings laureates Benjamin list of Germany and Scotland born David McMillan developed asymmetric organ a cuddly since until the beginning of the millennium chemists had only two methods all Catholics to speed up the molecule building process judge pope mela with telling staff she Dey says all that changed with the laureates work Benyamin list and David McMillan independently reported that you can use small organic molecules to do the same job as big enzymes and metal catalysts in reactions that are precise cheap fast and environmentally friendly Jorgen Hansen of the royal Swedish Academy of sciences says the work has already had a significant impact on pharmaceutical research I'm Charles de Ledesma
4 share ‘Alternative Nobel’ for empowering communities
"A number of activists along the alternative Nobel for empowering communities the right livelihood award known as the alternative Nobel has been awarded to three activists on an organization working across the globe to empower communities the winners include motto Wong do agenda and peace activist whose work to prevent sexual violence against girls since the nineteen nineties in the lake Chad area of Cameroon the Swedish right livelihood foundation which awards the prize says the twenty twenty one Lawrence proved that solidarity is key to a better future full I'm Charles de Ledesma
Eric and Dr. Jeannie Constantinou Discuss Drifting in Religion
"I'm talking to you genius. Guerrillas constantinou also known as jeannie constantino the author of a an exciting book called thinking orthodox understanding and acquiring the orthodox christian. Mind so jeannie before we get into the deeper stuff. There's so much here You were just saying something. That i've i've talked about this endlessly over the years i as i think i shared with you. I'm you know i was raised. In the greek orthodox church and i sort of drifted away never consciously. I don't think people drift consciously but i drifted unconsciously into a kind of agnostic. Whatever ism i coined that term alvin. Write that down. Because we're gonna know but it's kind of funny that. I think that that happens to a lot of people who grew up. In the greek orthodox church is just kind of a cultural thing and then you kind of drift off and mary. Whomever and part of what's fascinating to me. Is that when you have what. I call any kind of ethnic christianity. The problem is that you can very easily focus on the ethnic part. So this is where the greeks hang out. We hang out in the church and as a result of that you're not thinking evangelist thinking about the fact that most people in this community or outside the greek church are secular. They're not so you can sort of lose something. I think that's part of the tragedy of what i think of his ethnic orthodox christianity in america's you forget that you're sending these kids like me into a deeply secular devotedly secular world and you kind of assumed that you know everybody in the audio is greek. But of course you're no longer in the. Aw that's right the word what. Y'all means village a just for your audie heads. That's right well. The fact is you're talking about your. Your experience is like many people but not just in the orthodox church. The same thing could be could be set did happen to lutherans. When they were earlier in the century when there were young german lutheran parishes versus swedish lutheran parishes or catholic cherishes. That were italian or polish. Or something like this. So we're definitely in that transition stage where we're having to really remind people that this is not about being greek and you don't have to be great or russia to be an orthodox christian orthodoxy is all over. The
Thunberg joins climate rally in Germany ahead of election
"Swedish activist Christa tune Berg is joining a larger climate rally outside the large dog in Berlin Germany ahead of a key election thousands of environmental activists have rallied outside Germany's parliament two days before the country holds a national election to demand lawmakers take stronger action to curb climate change the protest is part of a string of rallies around the world the big guy warnings the planet faces dangerous temperature rises unless greenhouse gas emissions a cut sharply in the coming years with whom Berg scheduled to speak at the German one German activists have referred to the September twenty six election as the vote of the century arguing the next government will influence the country's efforts to tackle climate I'm Charles de Ledesma
"swedish" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast
"But i think that you know just not being complacent so you know like lorraine's friends they did something you know. It's like i think taking steps always good and and you know moving in a four direction. So smart natasha. Because eventually this feeling will probably end up either could end up bubbling into you becoming resentful in five years. What is the dynamic. That was comfortable will become a dynamic that you resent will become a regret and maybe it could be years or one. Pandemic brendan one more. Pandemic the lambda. Tim over a post. Lambda plus lambda. You're going to be like a. Do we help you a little bit honey. Oh yeah i also feel like just saying it out loud kind of like made it less of a big deal honestly. So isn't that the case with therapy in the first place. It doesn't matter who the person is. It's just that they're not you and you said it out loud honestly right like i have no respect for therapists right. Sammy kidding. all right okay. We'll by sammy. We'll talk to you. Sam good luck. You guys could have prayed every night for two years candles and never have gotten a guest. That good awesome wonderful. I mean she's trying she's a wild woman christian therapy i know. She's a wild woman. That's trying to be a christian therapist housewife and not working. I take an onion. Slowly on away also attrition and also. I'm a therapist as a soy candle slowly being burned down see. That's why she loves cincinnati. She's christian see but that is a difficult thing when you are a person who's smart. She clearly was smart and got your shit together but also you want a dysfunctional asshole to be your love. Your love partner. You want some wild man like the fawns to pull up and that's exactly it like the fund lorraine you had great advice. I feel like you helped us so much kind of guys. But i like that. You kind filled it out with like an opposite approach because that is what you should do. When you're seeking advice get some opinions. And i feel like cobbled together. What is the most you and what are the what was the most resonant to you i think you have a laser pointer through bullshit lorraine that that would be my assessment of your advice. Hugh find where the bullshit is wiggling and you burn it away thank you. I am scared that the whole idea of suggesting an open marriage is going to come back at me and i'll be cancelled or something but i don't think i don't think you can get cancelled for that anymore. No i think the opposite. If you said like i am against open marriage. You're in trouble now. You're judgmental and you're anti-sex positively i honestly. I think that was good advice. I think this has been great. Well thank you lorraine fun you guys thank you for having me well the next time next time we see you. how about. It's at a dinner and we like hang out for real so fun outside. Fun okay awesome. Lorraine nice to hang out with you. You two guys okay. Soon i hope i buy. She was awesome. Yes she had great advice great advice and she agreed with me that you shouldn't let your twenty year old smoke pot until their brains are fully developed or current. I started at twenty three exactly when she said. I think that's smart. Tried it at twenty three. But i don't really start smoking heavily until january. Twenty twenty till Till right just as corona virus was being transformed into copay nineteen. Exactly you really got into maryland. Cova div code eve. Yeah i like laura. And i think she just she was like a cool person Yeah she is who else a cool person hill you and you know i think so. Cool why because i love you thanks i love it..
"swedish" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast
"Number one meal kit for eating well so we are gonna call aaron in denver. Oh we should say the name of your book. May you live in interesting times. The curse and we definitely live in interest the curse. I love more howdy. So hi erin. Hey erin oh it's the tasha moshe and our friend. Lorraine newman right everyone and nothing. Hi erin you're so pretty god. Oliver collars are like really young and hot. And we're happy to help them out. Yeah we're happy to screen them to make sure they are Aaron what's happening. How can we help. Okay so Basically a little. While ago i had Hooked up with a guy out of friend's birthday party and He i wouldn't say he's like in our cordray befriends but he's kind of like maybe a fringe number And basically. I realized pretty quickly that i wasn't interested in anything else with him And i think table error was that i kind of like skirted it at first and played it off bike. You know i'm a teacher. We're going into like a really difficult year. And i don't really have time And he Was hoping that he would kind of get ahead. And he's like i'll wait. You nailed it. Basically i Haven't hung out with him the entire year that he's asking he's kind of been asking me on dates or to go year. Yeah whoa okay. All right yes. It's like so obvious the hold on what's go to. What's the question okay. So my question is is that. How do i end this hand while maintaining some sort of civilities since i will definitely see him again and because it didn't really come out and say that i wasn't interested to start with So i don't know how to approach dot now because that seems kind of like a. Why didn't you say that from the beginning. I mean Lorraine thoughts do you have any yet. I have been in a similar position. Although you dare when you say hooked up a up for meal ourself okay. All right boy. So you're concerned that he may think that you've strong him along because you haven't said it all this time yeah operate. I thought he would kind of like get the hint right he. No no this is like an exercise and this isn't even about him. This is about you. This is about an exercise in you in you. Exercising your directness as a woman because it's really important and it's a really important quality that you'll need in relationships in business and you're going to see how it feels when you say it to them. You're going to be extremely direct. And if he says what did you stream your long. You'll just be like. I'm really sorry if that's how it felt. You know i didn't mean to and i'm apologizing and i just want you to know now if he gets emotional but hopefully it won't go there by the way speaking of getting the hint. He's not the only one that needed to get the hand you needed to get the hint about month three. Then he's kept calling. You were dealing with a thirsty buffoon. That wasn't gonna take any of these subtle clues these breadcrumbs. You've been leaving my universe. Just fill out a one thing. Erin i think that the truth. That sounds like to me is that you just didn't know how and i don't think there's anything wrong with saying that honesty natasha. We debate this all the time. Like i think being honest nine times out of ten is better than the elaborate constructed. Live that you figure out because lies always gets you into this sticky trouble where you're like. Oh i didn't anticipate this reaction that a lot but lawrenson is truth. You tell them the honest truth. I didn't know how to just say i wasn't in. That's there's no follow up questions. Can there be okay. Well what i do i do. I can do that at this point. Because i'm so ready for him to like stop by. I'm concerned. I don't know how to approach that because a lot of the times when he asked me to hang out or meet up it's like kind of under the guise of something that doesn't exactly come off as a date so it feels. I should never be hanging around him by by yourself. He's part of your friend group now so like that. Would that would torture him now. Now you're going to go to movies as friends even though you're so hot and he's totally attracted to you in kind of a little butthurt even though he says he's not but you guys are going to still go out as friends. No but here's here's the other reality. He does know the guy knows. He's not that stupid that he's like i think she's interested in eleven months. I think she knows you just hope you're probably a little out of his league. I'm kind of guessing here. And he knows but he's so if you do anything if you leave any door open he will take it. It's the mickey rooney. Ava gardner approaching won't know any of those people but it's like i'll just wear her down and i would also say he's probably not going to be exactly the same as it was before he's probably gonna be a little her. It's probably going to be a little weird around him for a while. And i think you just have to be nice. Try not to be alone with him. Always bring a friend and and just be really cool and sweet and talked to him if he talks to you you know. Just just try to imagine how it was and hopefully it will get there but it's probably it might be a little awkward at first and you just have to be willing to have that uncomfortable in your life because you have to be direct with people. Do want to try it. erin natasha. Well let's role play right. Do you want to be the board. Make her do that. An i think that you would be much better. Yeah with the thirsty buffoon. Okay all right chop that. I'll be the guy okay. It's just was wondering if you wanted. Where do you live if you wanna go like just a to a stream or some kind of boulder that we could climb up at some point. I'm around thank you so much for thinking of me that for sure. That's all. I do a year now..
"swedish" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Thing to experience. I can wash sense You enjoyed the road much being a bit of a mentor for the other. Two guys you know encouraging them just telling them that they can do. They can get through it. Just take it easy. Forbid him and you know not nursing them along but encouraging them along they were probably closer to the edges of their comfort zone. The newer to yours given what you do for a living. I can see a post peleton you. Hey mitch is encouraging people to bite off. Perhaps just that little bit more than they think they can chew. Maybe yeah for sure. I think for sure on the on the bicycle cycling solder things. I had that role but that was the best part about in those so much time together that we discussed so many different things and always picking the o'brien's about visa stuff as well and talking to magnus about engineering and what he does there at talk And just really understanding everyone's life they loft skills and for sure the m- the majority of the rod was about suckling. Of course. I was in my element there. But that's not the site both dynamo damian and and magnus didn't have another role to play as well like i said with the culture with understanding it didn't have to be all about competition and we talked about our families and like i said it was just. It was a very well. Rounded trip was a fantastic experience. I would love to make mention to a few people who made these event happened. Not only just for me. But i also magnusson. Diamond polk was a massive support for the sisters their idea being swedish. They wanted to support this event and they really got behind it and supported the three of us to do these always a messy thing you to them who sort of took me under their wing and invited me along and really made the trip fantastic. I want to say messy. Thank you again all sorts of race strap who got me those bags and i've really enjoyed using them on normally these but all my trips leading up to it and of course you know the team who's who's been making these alternate challenges for myself. Lucky alex houses will you know. These are great opportunities that we get to do is professional sock list as well. Sorry i'm messy. Thank you goes out to them rafeh. Who support me with with a whole lot of extra clothing. That didn't end up having a us. Thank god because the weather was so fantastic so without these events it really does take a lot of people going out of they why to support you in all different aspects. And i'm very very. Thank you thankful for that. I just wanted to really make a big mansion to that. And of course my two compatriots my to the three amigos damian and magnus gauze. I've you enjoyed listening to these back. And it brings some memories and we can experience another adventure together have together sewn well laka. I hope you guys enjoyed that. Different take on life in the peleton there was a few peleton's out they and a different side which we're seeing happening a lot more. I'm sure everyone's aware of what laughlin morton is doing. And this is a small tight on that so i think it was very relevant for this time of year and gaas to knicks time. I hope you enjoy talking with knicks. Wake over at lafontaine pellets. On and in two weeks time. We'll be back here at the suckling podcast so guys. Thanks very much. Jeanne and tunics. Time she is you have mainly seen to laugh in the peleton. The producer of this episode was will joins the music and these episode was composed by page shelly thanks..
"swedish" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Well we made it all the way down to schmidt a hoop In seven days it was really really an amazing and fanshawe aimed are really hope everyone could enjoy that and feel what it was long to travel with us over that trip. Know only a small little snippet and you just heard from some locals. Maybe you heard the tone of our voices changing as the trip went along. But that's a friendship. That i'm going to have with magnusson damian forever united something a memory that we're always going to have and it was really amazing experience. I don't know what did you think was it. Was it something that you could really connect with listening to that trip absolutely. Yeah i mean the sense of the journey and making friendships on two wheels. And just appearing you get to know those guys and then get to know you over the course of the seven days and I mean you mentioned in intro that you're clipping along thirty five forty k. An hour and i just wondered how how they felt about that whether they were asking you to ease off because you were doing some pretty long days on the bike. That's one thing that took probably two or three days to really work out and it's like a team sondra you have to work out you strongest link and you your is point and where you can really work together and fun and how you can roll comfortably together and it was like a working machine by the end of it. We'd worked how we locked to work together and what's too hard. What's too fast helen. We need to stop foreign as you as you get a sense of the trip you find out we had a little routine and that was sort of the honda seeing when i came back from the trip and i said to the boys because i've done a couple of these trips before and widely. You miss the routine. You really miss being on the bottle day. It's such a simple life. You get up in the morning. You have your breakfast. And you're you're on the block and you have you stop when you're back on the block. You look forward to your next stop. Eventually get to the end of the day have deny go to bed. That's it it sounds really weird but when you get in that routine you love it and you crave it once you leave. It and the boys didn't believe me. But i'm sure enough. We spoke the next few days afterwards. And i think i agree with that is strange up being on the block today but it was really interesting to work with gauze like that and myself being used to running with professionals you have to take into account these on officials bought. They adding different aspects. You know maybe it's not with the big long pools. But it's the different. The the best part about doing it was with two guys from sweden Damian being welsh about living there for a long time and magnus being swayed himself. I got to learn about the country. As i couldn't imagine doing on my mind i wouldn't have nine what anything was. I wouldn't have nine the significance of the town on the significance of of these hills. Or you know. That's with swedish national team. did they scan. They keeping snow on that for the whole summit so they can china all these little stuff my distributor me that much more special doing with these two local gods. How did it compare to say a week. Long stage race for you physically and mentally because i guess on a stage race. You've got that sense of here. We go again morning or was it the same. It was quite different. Actually for me there was always the element that could slow down if that makes sense on a rice. It's a sometimes a split second. If you can't follow the bunch in that moment the rice's i of our annual you've missed the split and you're in the cars and you're fighting for your life fighting for your rice to stay. This is real crunch moment. Butte up fatigue. But i love the element. These balked packing this long distance. Running that i need to read it thirty five now. We can back to thirty. We can back to twenty five. We can just cruise over this hill and when we have good moment with tile we know whatever it might be we can pick it up when we all feel good. There was a real evan floor. We move feeling goodwill moving really fast when we hit a tough spot we just slowed down at the end. The tiger half an hour longer than we normally would wonder. What would there is. No the result expected time. That's also another thing that you it took me two or three days to get my head out of that typical professional athlete mentality of i muster these watts. I- must do the speed. I must be there by this time. Let that guy enjoy the moment. Just ride and i think the boys enjoy that a hell of a lot more than i could get over that too because i didn't have them trying to rodman the limit the hall time news just like let's just get there and a comfortable fast wi- I think one thing that i found really nice. If that's the right word was both dame. Oh and magnus experience that feeling. I think that experienced in the third week of a grand tour that deep fatigue. When i get up in the morning you feel like your legs lead on wooden blocks and you think hell am. I ever gonna ride today. And that's the feeling i get in the third week of a grand tour and lo and behold you get on the balkans actually the place that you feel the best walking around the hotel walking around at breakfast. That's when you feel the worst as you get out on the block. The first thirty minutes probably tough but then you feel great. You back in use aren't again and it's just an amazing experience. I really put it out there for anyone out there who could even imagine it. You need to get out there and experienced that you know a true three up to a week challenge. Lock yourself out. They have to be three hundred cayenne. Die but experience. It's it's an amazing thing to experience. I can wash sense You enjoyed the road much being a bit of a mentor for the other. Two guys you know encouraging them just telling them that they can do. They can get through it. Just take it easy. Forbid him and you know not nursing them along but encouraging them along they were probably closer to the edges of their comfort zone. The newer to yours given what you do for a living. I can see a post peleton you. Hey mitch is encouraging people to bite off. Perhaps just that little bit more than they think they can chew. Maybe yeah for sure. I think for sure on the on the bicycle cycling solder things. I had that role but that was the best part about in those so much time together that we discussed so many different things and always picking the o'brien's about visa stuff as well and talking to magnus about engineering and what he does there at talk And just really understanding everyone's life they loft skills and for sure the m- the majority of the rod was about suckling. Of course. I was in my element there. But that's not the site both dynamo damian and and magnus didn't have another role to play as well like i said with the culture with understanding it didn't have to be all about competition and we talked about our families and like i said it was just. It was a very well. Rounded trip was a fantastic experience. I would love to make mention to a few people who made these event happened. Not only just for me. But i also magnusson. Diamond polk was a massive support for the sisters their idea being swedish. They wanted to support this event and they really got behind it and supported the three of us to do these always a messy thing you to them who sort of took me under their wing and invited me along and really made the trip fantastic. I want to say messy. Thank you again all sorts of race strap who got me those bags and i've really enjoyed using them on normally these but all my trips leading up to it and of course you know the team who's who's been making these alternate challenges for myself. Lucky alex houses will you know. These are great opportunities that we get to do is professional sock list as well..
"swedish" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Well we made it all the way down to schmidt a hook In seven days it was really really an amazing and fanshawe aimed are really hope everyone could enjoy that and feel what it was long to travel with us over that trip. Know only a small little snippet and you just heard from some locals. Maybe you heard the tone of our voices changing as the trip went along. But that's a friendship. That i'm going to have with magnusson damian forever united something a memory that we're always going to have and it was really amazing experience. I don't know what did you think was it. Was it something that you could really connect with listening to that trip absolutely. Yeah i mean the sense of the journey and making friendships on two wheels. And just appearing you get to know those guys and then get to know you over the course of the seven days and I mean you mentioned in intro that you're clipping along thirty five forty k. An hour and i just wondered how how they felt about that whether they were asking you to ease off because you were doing some pretty long days on the bike. That's one thing that took probably two or three days to really work out and it's like a team sondra you have to work out you strongest link and you you wake is point and where you can really work together and fun and how you can roll comfortably together and it was like a working machine by the end of it. We'd worked how we locked to work together and what's too hard. What's too fast helen. We need to stop foreign as you as you get a sense of the trip you find out we had a little routine and that was sort of the honda seeing when i came back from the trip and i said to the boys because i've done a couple of these trips before and widely. You miss the routine. You really miss being on the bottle. Why it's such a simple life you get up in the morning. You have your breakfast. And you're you're on the block and you have you stop when you're back on the block. You look forward to your next stop. Eventually get to the end of the day have deny go to bed. That's it it sounds really weird but when you get in that routine you love it and you crave it once you leave. It and the boys didn't believe me. But i'm sure enough. We spoke the next few days afterwards. And i think i agree with me. That is strange up being on the block today but it was really interesting to work with gauze like that and myself being used to running with professionals you have to take into account these on officials bought. They adding different aspects. You know maybe it's not with the big long pools. But it's the different. The the best part about doing it was with two guys from sweden Damian being welsh about living there for a long time and magnus being swayed himself. I got to learn about the country. As i couldn't imagine doing on my mind i wouldn't have nine what anything was. I wouldn't have nine the significance of the town on the significance of of these hills. Or you know. That's with swedish national team. did they scan. They keeping snow on that for the whole summit so they can china all these little stuff my distributor me that much more special doing with these two local gods. How did it compare to say a week. Long stage race for you physically and mentally because i guess on a stage race. You've got that sense of here. We go again morning or was it the same. It was quite different. Actually for me there was always the element that could slow down if that makes sense on a race. It's a sometimes a split second. If you can't follow the bunch in that moment the rice's i of our annual you've missed the split and you're in the cars and you're fighting for your life fighting for your rice to stay. This is real crunch moment for a build up of fatigue. But i love the element. These balked packing this long distance. Running that i need to read it thirty five now. We can back to thirty. We can back to twenty five. We can just cruise over this hill and when we have good moment with tile we know whatever it might be we can pick it up when we all feel good. There was a real evan floor. We move feeling goodwill moving really fast when we hit a tough spot we just slowed down at the end. The tiger half an hour longer than we normally would wonder. What would there is. No the result expected time. That's also another thing that you it took me two or three days to get my head out of that typical professional athlete mentality of i muster these watts. I must do the speed. I must be there by this time. Let that guy enjoy the moment. Just ride and i think the boys enjoy that a hell of a lot more than i could get over that too because i didn't have them trying to rodman the limit the hall time news just like let's just get there and a comfortable fast wi- I think one thing that i found really nice. If that's the right word was both dame. Oh and magnus experienced that feeling. I think that experienced in the third week of a grand tour that deep fatigue. When i get up in the morning you feel like your legs lead on wooden blocks and you think hell am. I ever gonna ride today. And that's the feeling i get in the third week of a grand tour and lo and behold you get on the balkans actually the place that you feel the best walking around the hotel walking around at breakfast. That's when you feel the worst as soon as you get out on the block. The first thirty minutes probably tough but then you feel great. You in use aren't again and it's just an amazing experience. I really put it out there for anyone out there who could even imagine it. You need to get out there and experienced that you know a true three up to a week. Challenge yourself out. it doesn't have to be three hundred cayenne die but experience. It's it's an amazing thing to experience. I can wash sense You enjoyed the road much being a bit of a mentor for the other. Two guys you know encouraging them just telling them that they can do. They can get through it..
"swedish" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Mostly packed. Things still stick someone then. It was just like okay. Just do the routine of like all of them almost a bit of a fog in the mind but then day after day almost like clockwork after twenty minutes on the bike focused get i just concha. Don't feeling actually is really wasn't better owned by bike and gear wasn't good. Yeah relative but to be. I mean and then what we also reference the To see how your body adopts and changes is really interesting you know. It's going to be a mental struggle. But you don't also adapt to the whole thing too is you. And that's really really interesting. And like the the food alito. Come in the end of ditch. The food not throw it away but just back. does not take so much on the second leg because i realized our strategy was working in terms of the pizza but also that about it didn't need to have the same level of fuelling intensity thing so all that kind of stuff. That is really interesting boys. Will they had me on the trip. Well we made it all the way down to schmidt a hook In seven days it was really really an amazing and fanshawe aimed are really hope everyone could.
"swedish" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Abbot then is it was us three the rest of the day sort to talk about the The swiss swiss ladies were in the wilderness could talk about that we're going to push on the was sixty kyw refill the bottles which we did and got the archive. We cruise the bunch. Good spayed through slowing. Why saturday a name we saw and then we. The ordeal on our fingers eighty k. From that and then wing mike. I'd run out of water. So this little. Swiss flag or trade pulled in their house. This little wellness center wasn't a little swiss wellness and only grabs a card there and push onto al none. This wasn't they'll launch. This was the al circle k. Stop which is a pitcher station. Salt way do you little typical swayed. Get yourself a hotdog. Whatever else namely push on the launch dino whatever you wanna call it self pay tsa and then we got here so we're enjoying being al very happy very todd. Boys i four here we are. We've just come off the mountains. Be climbing big descent. Bena wall since we've checked in dicara we're all in better spirits today. Short die recovery. One hundred ninety got up light slept in how to coffee. We deed how many yes i was. What three hundred. I'm trying to think what we three hundred and six. I think we started the loan yesterday. Tried to to go pretty slow in the start and we try to me and they meant to then we'll have one guy this group. There's always tightening the screw. I take the win. And then it's like four case in our for one two three four five twenty case. It's your turn. you can do all now so good up there and we had a lot of headwind yesterday and crosswinds. We meant jonathan. He started a day behind us and we picked him up the road and he was about thirty hours. Even i guess we'll maybe more thirty seeks house you know something and about seven hundred. Cain guests both tom. We grabbed him and he was able to get on the train. The big steam train coming posse maybe die. You tell us about jonathan bad little story about him. Yes actually became crossed on the news actually quite interesting because he was. It was breezy coming out. That's and then we banging into the wind. We could see in the distance chugging along and i didn't look i mean to be fair. We didn't know anything about him. But if you dealing with the wind on your own you you having to take it in at your own pace lending source and then he shouted to me. Because i was at the back. I can i. Can i come on an idea. Jump on did i didn't expect and then to be there for the next hour to be honest. 'cause we were we were. We were moving out of tick but Because we didn't know his story told at the time so he could have been could be anything but He jumped on stuck with us. We went then to the circle. The circle k. And then we sat down then. We realized what he'd been doing. And that's when we worked out that he'd been through i think he'd been through sixteen red bulls just to get to that point to keep him going which is insane. Just even think about it. So there's a lot of factors that we're seriously impressive. But also i mean i. It's not something. I would do but a very interesting but obviously that red bull gave him gives you wings and he was able to stick on the back with us he did pull the as well and i think he decided that which is fair enough considering everything that you've been through so But it was interesting really interesting to see some of that Some of that kind of approach to it. You know we had our own doing it. And and then we met so many other people with very different ways of doing it like that couple that we keep on seeing which i think is just one of the nicest i don't know why but it's just brilliant to see them both this so happy both of them and they left the same day as us but there are still taking along at a completely different pace but they keeping keeping one going really nice look super happy about everything and it's just such a nice way. I've got a question for you both. What's your opinion now of this event and events like this in terms of what it's 'cause my opinions changing initially it was all about. How fast can you do it. And then there's the other side of it you do it easy and take it in but now i'm understanding that everyone goes on their own journey and everyone takes out what they want the gauze like jonathan just going for it to do it push himself see what he can do yet. I'm running into all goss. Who just wanted to experience the not sun and experience going running through non experience what happens to the body. And then people like us say who is sitting out stages and experiencing just a nas journey this old different people experiencing the trip and it sort of in nas who experience the people experiencing the trip one of you guys taken out of it. And what are you thinking about. Not necessarily how would you do it again. But what are you thinking about the way. We're doing it and the way you would like to do it. As when mandate man started to talk about this. We decided to back. We can be on bike at all hours on the day. Then we want to sleep. They make good bed and the have a nice shower in the the night. And we're not really ready for sleeping in a ditch.
"swedish" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"D. vpn dot com slash. Tcp to see what so discount is on offer today that a thirty day money back guarantee if you decide. It's not for you so there's no risk either now back to mitch. Who's on the road in sweden. So now we sick and die. We're in the morning. We've pulled up this hotel and what tantawi and again you smoke. Mc that's right your mock yoke mark and i'm talking with yes but yes and we also met justice. We got off the train couple days ago and we followed the same route. It looks like we're going to be falling more or less the same route the holes hawn. Tell me that you i i. It was really good surprising. Good i think we had she hundred fifty kilometers per stay and taylor win for the first half of it super good superfund nice weather and tell me something that we both noticed because we were just talking at breakfast that is about fifty people between forty and fifty people that went off an ad group and then sort of even our this year i will roll together and beat go and actually we've probably rolled together for about three k. It's a funny thing. He no one's racing each other. But everyone's got this mindset. That came into her on their own. So they're happy to draw on their own. What did you experience out there. Yeah for sure. Pretty much the same like your i also. When saw people along the road. I recognized start always wanted to chat with them and see how they were going. Bus is hard to get into. Response of people are out there for their own. Inner journey since like so it's it's not a very shut. The chat group sunday morning bunch rot. It's you go past people come pasta and happy to say hi. That's about it. Oh i when we're gonna roll out together today and then we'll see what happens. Yeah looking forward to amboise innovator. We got any thoughts. Hot die not so fast. Pretty grimy die magazine good foam these comeback. Dyma- was just ever reliable. Demar never.
"swedish" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"And join you. While you're traveling to sweden from boss.
"swedish" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Could i everyone and welcome to life in the pelivan. I'm here game with lonzo. These tweet to welcome this week's episode. Get eilon how you doing. I'm good thanks mitch. How are you. I'm doing very well. I'm back again back from the to francois uganda's and this week we've got a bit of a different episode. I alluded to it loss. Wake i didn't event in the son of july called the length of sweden. And i thought i'm going to take the recorder along. You never know they might be story in it something interesting to document and lo and behold they has been now your team. Education has been doing lots of different types of cycling events over the past couple of seasons not just world tour racing but lots of individual types of writing lachlan. Morton did the alternative tool to france. Didn't he is that what this is all about where you just stretching the boundaries of the type of writing do mitch. It sort of was about that. I think i came into this season with a little bit of a different scope. And as everyone's away. Now i'm going to be retarded the end of this as i thought. What am i just trying to a few different things and one slice sort of put this out there. The team sodded looking talk. Is al sponsor whose sponsors with the helmets and glosses and. That's a swedish company and they heard that might be interested in doing some of these things. As an event colder length sweden and you can join the dot. Se yourself they said. Well let's get me choppy here. We've got a couple of employees who want to do the event. Maybe mitch can join them. And so they invited me up there to do this amazing event And i guess. I should run us through exactly what disease if anyone does not. Because i certainly didn't know what it was. Ada it's It's an event that starts in the very north of sweden in town called rich stuns rich tonnesin in And it's three thousand one hundred kai from the very north all the way down to the very south into a town code schwager hook And i'll have inside those names correctly on all the suedes out there just laughing at me but you get the idea if you look them up on the map. Ub out to see what it is. And when i look at the map it still blows me away. How far i actually rode swain. His very long fien country and it was amazing experience. I traveled across to stock time. A winning omit the gauze at talk and we jumped on a train went up to the very north of sweden in enrich and then we started running over seven days and these guys have route planned out seven stages to get from the north to the south. That is necessarily the way that everyone does it. it's free. it's very open for anyone. The why they wanna do. It starts over three days and if you're going to just take it easy. You might start on the i. If you're going to go fast you start on the last day. We start in in the on the friday. Which is the middle day. And we sort of went fast and slower and we took seven days. Like i said some people sleep out. Some people wanna rod through the midnight. Sun never stop. It's up to you. How you want to do it and damian and magnus who did with sit out seven long stages and we sort of made out. Why across the country right down to the south and issued all on road or off road or can you take your pick. Its own words. Very foss writes It's all self supported so you got. It's a block packing sort of adventure you. I had to seven leader bags on my black and a frame bag. As well. And i was very lucky and i'll have to say a big thanks to restripe. Who hooked me up with some fantastic bags of york she Always set up with that. I road my road bike from dial we've arrow bars. But i had thirty with ties on this or be three because we ran into a ten kilometers segment where they doing road works in sweden as you can imagine in the winter. That aren't as in some of the getting our darkness in the winter. I get our lot so in the north. They've got to do all their roadworks in the summer. And so we did run into a massive part of roadworks but apart from that the roads are fantastic. Conditions and most of the time Much to the disappointment of my to teammate. Sometimes we were flying along of like high thirties. Even forty k now one dollars on the spate damon can dial in the in the vase It was an amazing trip. I'm really happy. I got a chance to document it. Well let's go to sweden and mitch and join you while you're traveling to sweden from boss alumni as we pick up the adventure well here. We are just stepped off into stock airport and the length sweden starts with a lengthy trip getting to the tall left behind this morning at seven. Thirty jumped on a plane at ten from bossa just off the to now in sweden head across to poke on pick up the other boys and then we jump on the tall. I've not so. Let's go through poss for control here and see if i can get into the country.
"swedish" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make
"Swedish radio for for a short while. And i really like the launch living on the ceiling was a big hit and i love that kind of indian asian indian paint of the usa tars and eve the top drums in all of their socks more or less. They had some kind of fame going through their music. But it's true they never really had a big hit. But i wouldn't compare to to depeche mode. There weren't enough synthesizers it. V k rock very well and gave them some credit. I guess but you know working with radio today. We'd sometimes call song for fillers. We know they're not going.
"swedish" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make
"Was doing afternoons. I think yeah like three. Yeah three this album was doing evenings. Industrial street midday. So you do road trips with with music director larry groves or are you just go out on your own and just talked through the piles. Yeah i just wanted you know. I found a bunch of stuff and then eagle was was one of the. He was also very into imports. Trying to find the hottest songs i and he was on the air so you know he played all this stuff. But i got my foot in that at a nightclub called marilyn's and pasadena and that was a teen club where he was sixteen and up I started teaching at least once a week which was great and then i needed all these records. So i've spent all my money on records we are going to talk about nineteen eighty-four. I gave you a list of songs. songs forty two thirty one. We're gonna countdown. I have a feeling you might have remixed a couple of these these songs and so you might have some some nice insight into what we're talking about here simple simple minds as a medley of would waterfront in it. Yeah okay so how would explain. These mega remix is because it kind of like back in the seventies we had this there was a top ten song called stars on forty five whereas like it was like a medley of songs that just kind of more one one after the other kind of segue meant that mentally was played and it had a backtrack with the beat. Yes i did that. It's just the original recordings landed together. And i figured out a way to set the actual speed of the song so i could actually also as close as i try to get them into okay because they're all at different keys. Find parts of the songs where there were no ki- drums or stuff and try to use to breaks to blended together. So it's it's basically a medley of of one band i met. Neil tennant chris lowe ad here in sweden when they had concert a few years ago and they told me about an interview. They did with richard blade about how the pet shop boys.
"swedish" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make
"What difference does it make podcast so happy to be here. We're going international again. Actually this is. The is this. The first time ago going international as i'm looking at my countdown i think i believe we are talking to a number of international people. This is going to be the first one of your friends. This is actual friend of yours. Actually friend of mine someone. I've known for many many years or passive crust Because of the radio business his name. Is chris boden. We match when he was programming. Mt g the rix radio in sweden radio people are music. People may know him as swedish kris which he will get into during the podcast say mixmaster mixmaster mixes we. Don't call them the mixes you. Don't call them. See swedish chris but stories. We're gonna here are really cool. So i want to remind people to leave. A review. reviews are extremely helpful to us. I know it's work. it's just extra. i'm bad at this too. I don't do you leave reviews. Holly i have left for views on podcast not regularly but if something strikes me a will leave a review perfect so if this podcast strikes you. Five stars like joy be says with the headline love it exclamation mark. I love this podcast. Four exclamation marks so much fun two thumbs up so thank you joey. B here's another one says great stuff now with music which we're doing now right this one. Another five stars. One of my favorite podcasts. Just got better to exclamation marks. Why because they're playing music exclamation mark and yes. It makes a huge difference. They even holly are two cool cats chatting about music just like they're your friends so thank you. Thank you for taking that extra step and giving us a review by the way thank you the what my takeaway from that is is that i'm a cool cat which i never knew so. Thank you indeed. Dave thank you you are all right well To cool cats are getting into this. Next podcast with swedish chris. Let's get started right now on. The what difference does it make. Podcast are those carts hold on. It unites the studio. Isn't that isn't real or is it a backdrop studio in pasadena. That's hilarious and the wonder is so i am seeing carts. I was like wait. What what's coming and there's a suicidal tendencies sticker somewhere. I see that. Yeah where'd you get this. You're not actually. This is an old picture. I got it way back. It's it's From internet somewhere. But i'm just going to switch Let me see. Where do i do that. This is my studio as impressive. I'm sorry we're going to have keyboard and guitar those years. Yes the fire from the radio station about ten years ago and i decided to To make studio to make some more music but never got around to that because they hired me back. You know six months later but now i am a studio. I can do whatever i want remixes you know. I can even connect to our radio station and do from here. That's how you got your start right you were doing remixes for for power. No no no i started. I came to a. I was sixteen. I heard swedish eagle and k rock. So i called radio station and that i'm a dj from sweden. I'd like to talk to to swedish eagle and after you know calling for about two months or so and he called me back and i ask him higher. You get a job as a dj la. You know. I wanted to be a club. Deejay not radio dj and he told me you have to be over twenty one. There's no way. And i told him. I'll send you a cassette. So i did. And he promised to listen to it and took took another month or so before you listen to that and then he just called me back and said you know what on that cassette. There's a medley of duran duran. Where did you get that. And they said you know it's it's for track on on on the cassette. Because i screwed up a couple of times and he goes. What as well. I mixed it. You know. I can't make faster than thirty seconds of a song. That's how long it takes to change record huge the the other one in the you know mix it and he was like no you know what bring your records. Come down to the radio station and show me and i did. I came in there and people were watching me. Mix the songs together and That's the first time. I heard about a real to reel that actually could stop my mix here and then redo the parts that in turn out good and splice them together and that was like a game changer and just a couple of days later the mix was done and i was on k rock. Introducing the duran duran mega mix. And i believe it was the number one requested song of nineteen eighty-three. How about that. So.
"swedish" Discussed on Home Space and Reason
"You saw bricks fully buckets. It's a good thing you didn't sell that house will. All they're in there. Somebody would have found a treasure trove and then her mom had stuffed hundred dollar bills. Every i was there was a keen up the top like an old cana- coffee and it had ten thousand dollars for the hundred dollar bills and again there from a different era. Yeah in fact. It's funny my mom didn't use to. She kept it. I had to sing about keeping things in not using them like a bad of cool paper. It's the stupidest thing. And i got an epiphany one day. I was visiting my mom. I went into a bathroom. And there's this shell with all these bubble baz and bathrooms soaps and things still in cellophane. And i said mom. Is that the gift. I gave you like spring for others day or something you know. She goes yeah. Why haven't you used any of that stuff. Oh so pretty. And i went. You're the reason i'm a nutcase talking about. I said i have this weird thing about not using stuff saving it for the day. You need it but you don't ever enjoy it. I still had a note pad that my mom had made from me with my name on it. When i was in high school in a drawer is stupid. You're gonna die someday. You never got to enjoy it. She said growing up in a military family were we literally had to get rid of almost everything. When we moved every three years. I used stuff. And i enjoyed it. I didn't care about it but you know me like with cars. I wanna preserve them. In every time i would sell the car had looked at the guy drive away. And i look join go. I saved that car for him. Why did i do that more and enjoyed it. So i'm really. I'm really tried to change that way about me and enjoy the things. I have not worry so much about the material things speaking of cars. Here's something interesting that i learned about death and car. Titles if more than one name is listed on the title like that of you and your partner for example you need to have the letters. J. t. w. r. o. s. on it to in order for it to include joint tenants with right of survivorship feature in at least washington north carolina and many other states the title must have j. t. w. r. o. s. on it for to pass on automatically to the spouse or other person listed on the title so check to see if it's the same in your state if you want a jointly owned car to have the right of survivorship feature and if the title lacks those letters both the joint owners can take the title and registration to the dmv and have a new title issued with those letters on it and there may be transfer fee. I tell you this because my mother was on the car title with her husband. The car was paid off and in their possession and it was sitting at a vacation home many states away after he passed. She decided she wouldn't be going there again since this trip was mainly his thing and she wanted to sell the car and eventually the home however she can't why because the car tidal lacked those initials even though she is the other person on the title and now she has to wait at least nine months for probate court to do its thing in order for her to have the right to sell the very car. She already owns wild bright as a realtor. I've walked through homes that are on the market because someone has passed and sometimes the amount of things inside those homes is intimidating and buyers can't see through the stuff to understand what kind of home they're even buying and in those cases the question often arises have they even cared for this home or done any maintenance in the book that i referred to earlier. The gentle art of swedish death cleaning. Margarita magnusson the author says quote if someone has lived in a home for many years where children grownups relatives and guests have stayed and felt. Welcome that same. Someone is often so busy that they never think of reducing the number of things in the household and so the number of possessions grows and collects quickly over the years. Suddenly the situation is out of control and the weight of all those things can begin to seem tiring and quote in this book. She recommends thinking of things in terms of categories. And then starting with one that you know is easily handled with a specific intent. Feeling an accomplishment at the end and then moving forward without going down the steep and emotional hill of the photos letters and personal documents category. She recommends saving that for last another interesting tidbit that i learned from going through. This process is when someone passes. Leave their cell phone on a minimal plan because to access many their accounts make payments change account names etc. You'll need to go through a two step verification process. That likely involves a text message to their phone number. And if you turn off the phone you've just made things harder on yourself. This is especially true of the person who has passed. Is the only person logging into this account. On behalf of both people take my parents for example he paid the bills exclusively so she did not have log. Setup one might extract from this as far as swedish death cleaning goes to make sure you and your partner both have log in access to all accounts so it doesn't leave the other blowing in the wind struggling to find out what's happening and who to pay or what is owed. And before i get to the questions on one i mention one thing you can do today. Find one thing you've been meeting to get rid of and either listed on the by nothing. Facebook group page or literally. Set it in the passenger seat of your vehicle to donate it figure out a group that could use it a nonprofit that can sell it or a site it can be listed on. Just do that one item baby steps and now for the questions to ask yourself about your home space and your reason. Get your pencil question number one. What stuff do i have. That could be life changing for an organization like the paint supplies that went to the veterans organization. That mark talked about helping. Ptsd veterans so you could donate them and feel good about it instead of feeling bad or negative about it. Question number two. If i were to get hit by a bus tomorrow look around. What would be the biggest burden in terms of things for my family. Take care of that first..
"swedish" Discussed on Home Space and Reason
"Swedish death cleaning is removing. Serie things to make your home nice and orderly when you think the time is coming closer for you to leave the planet now. This could be when you're thirty five. It could be when you're forty seven or could be when you're eighty two. I think it's different for everyone. But the moral story is the longer time you'll have to do it the easier it is recently when talking with garage expert mark green for episode fifty nine on rethinking your garage. I let the recording continue as we deviated from the topic at hand and he told me about the loss of his father a few years back detailing all the things he and his sister were left to deal with all arrows. Point to the discussion of swedish death. Cleaning when rachel told me about it. I personally had never heard of it but was intrigued by the concept. So i read the article by better homes and gardens which you'll find in the podcast notes episodes sixty one and then promptly ordered the new york times bestselling book titled the gentle art of swedish death cleaning by margarita. Magnusson on page three. She says. But i've discovered that it is rewarding to spend some time with these objects one last time and then dispose of them. Each item has its own history and remembering that history is often enjoyable. When i was younger. I never used to have the time to sit and think about what an object meant to me in my life or where it came from or when and how came into my possession the difference between death cleaning and just a big cleanup is the amount of time they consume. Death cleaning is not about dusting or mopping-up it's a permanent form of organization. That makes your everyday life. Run more smoothly.
"swedish" Discussed on Home Space and Reason
"Welcome space in kost about creating that thrives. Hi there i'm christina browning your host if you know your home could be so much more than it is. I discuss home functionality. Aesthetics and automation. I'm a realtor in portland oregon and a home functionality. Coach nationwide i geek out on every subject imaginable regarding your home in yard challenging you to think of your space differently to get the most out of every square foot no matter if you reside in a forty five hundred square foot home or three hundred and fifty i post questions for you to think through about your space and reason this podcast is all positive offering you virtual fist bumps and celebrating every win remember. There's no such thing as perfect but you can still aim for your best every day. Follow along on social media under the handle space and reason if you listen to episode sixty one you heard the digital deputy editor of better homes and gardens. Rachel weber talk about swedish death cleaning. I didn't know what my prognosis length. I just knew. I had cancer..
"swedish" Discussed on The Nordic Mum
"Aid. Yeah it's same here like I've been home since you know my my kids were born and I don't regret it because something in this other precious years and soon to hang out with mummy anymore and money. It's bygones but it is like that. You make sacrifice when you perhaps shouldn't be making sacrifice because everything is a S. organized and it's not supporting the family in the way. Shoot something that we are used to in the Scandinavian countries and it just you know different something in a different world so yeah we can only fight for the change which I actually asked the school system in Arslan because there's a lot of talk in Australia. They want to reform things and they sent a lot of their like. Even our my son's a junior school primary school headmistress went to Finland for two weeks to learn from the best and understand what they're doing well in Finland and okay how they can implement these things in here and lots of schools are sending people overseas to see what they can do better but then kind of falls short in the execution part I would say that lots of Lots of effort put into the research and seeing what people are doing but then people on able will the implement those changes in the school to make it more about the children and letting them be kids as long as possible. Rather than starting than you you know learning the you know things too early which I think. It's one of the biggest problem in Australia but coming to Ireland. What is your thoughts about the school system there with the the kids a lot is changing this system in our nothing moments so the huge majority of schools are still run by the church? Which based on what I've said so far you can probably guess another okay? I have to ask here so if all majority schools are run. Oh by the Catholic Church or so. Do you have option. Can you choose what kind of school you take do you. Can you take your child in school school which is not run by a Catholic. And if so do you have to pay for it. You don't have to pay 'em both the reality of finding a school if you don't want to send your kid to a Catholic ethic school can be quite tricky sewing Contra cise at you might not have a school nearby and you're not going to dry for an hour and a half get to the nearest nonreligious schools. Obviously in Dobbin things are changing fairly quickly and we have our kids in school at that run by educate together which is an organization voting a number of Coeducational nondenominational Gu's though it's all about allows the values of the quality and accessibility and equality in terms of everything from Pasta gender religion culture. Everything Close we're very lucky to have a place for kids in that school and these schools are massively oversubscribed and the shortage shortage of the everywhere as the country. And so it's changing Walsh. The problem is that technically you have a right to if you sign your Tayo for a school that you think seems Nice. But it's not your religion whether that's a charge of Arden's the partisans church or whether it's an and the Catholic Church you have a right to say that your charge should off attend religion class which is not religion class about different religions and Religious practice so only going to do their communion confirmation and all that and what that means in reality is that your child's roads might be the odd one is your child's left Reading for an hour. You know there's there is not really assistance at for these two actually Kasur to students who aren't aren't religious and and there are all kinds of implications like if you go to a Catholic school. Obviously those values are they're not just in a in a strict practicing religious sense but the values of that throws the education as well. But this is changing. It's I mean it's it slow oh and because Another issue is that so much of the land and properties and everything in hardened it's all still owned by the church so even when when you get ed and use Google. They will struggle to find the right place or defined the land or a building for this. Because it's all owned by the church. So they're kind of holding everybody on ransom in some way along. We are not going to give you the peace of lab because you are not going. We'll be teaching what we would like to teach. Yeah pretty much I think we would have a complete import gas talking about just the Catholic Church. What they he's here or what? They are not going to do what they should be doing. But never mind but it's just move on in terms of your life as a Swedish expert. Do you find yourself that you identify yourself as a Swede or do you find find yourself to identify your son. Irish all kinds of a mixture of folk. I very much identify Swedish. But it's definitely something that it's been a bit of a journey for me. I think like many other Swedes. When you first moved abroad when I moved over here I after a few years I have switched friends but originally I didn't hang out with Johnny Swedish people? Ask All our saying yet it. It seems to be. That's the way with so many people. Even when we moved to London at years later I was there for ten years. It was only when I it came with her that I saw this weeds. And that's I think that's so common. It's when you realized that you have this other little person and you've unraced Think about what it was like for you when you want to give them what you had and you you kind of reflect on who you are where you come from coach all that stuff. It's suddenly become so much it's more important and I speak Swedish to my kids and so in terms of reading Swedish books all that. So am I think he probably reinforces sources my Swedish identities. Also I think when you raise kids in a culture that you're not old you become. It's almost an highlighted. How much of an outsider? You are in a way when I previously when I was before we had kids or even when we were saying before we have kids and and everyone assumed I was Irish because of my accent and then now because I speak Swedish again everyday in my kids. My accent is starting to show a little bit more that maybe she's waiting from that accent is the number one. It's kind of it. I'm giving it away but also in how I am with my kids. It's on you know parents in cultures and the way that half now. My my son's school is very multicultural. The culture so there are kids parents from all over the Rose Bush in many other contexts. It would be evidence that I don't know these coaches needs traditions. That they're talking about you. Know half the time you get this out something women to do and I'm just gonNA What is this? I don't I've never heard of this. What are we meant to do? Because it's not the culture culture like Oprah and then I suppose if even more Swedish because I know that so what am I when I I'm Swedish and this is what I'm used in. This is what I want to get my Mike it. Would you move back to Sweden one day with the kids to kind of give them the Swedish culture and them to kind of stay day there and go to school in Sweden for Awhile where you think I'm going to say no but I think at this stage it's quite unlikely. I think maybe that ship has sailed. I do see a lot of sweets. Who moved back when they get pregnant or shortly after having their first game if they if abroad and I absolutely understand why and there are days when I wish we don't ask not least because in terms of quality of life financially Ashley and everything that comes with us and things would be a lot more simple straightforward if we lived in Sweden pose when we So I was pregnant with our second son. We decided to leave London. And and we've been talking about it for a while but we took quite some time for us to this always search on hardened pretty much all the time we we went through a few stages of thinking about Moon Sweden. We had almost decided point.