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Sydney virus outbreak spreads in Australia and New Zealand

NPR News Now

00:10 sec | Last month

Sydney virus outbreak spreads in Australia and New Zealand

"Receipts officials in sydney australia's largest city have extended lockdown through september because of a delta variant outbreak has also spread to new zealand. This is npr

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Snake Slithers out of Spice Shelves at Sydney Supermarket

KidNuz

01:02 min | Last month

Snake Slithers out of Spice Shelves at Sydney Supermarket

"A slithery surprise looking in the shelves of a supermarket in sydney australia. Twenty five year old. Elena alati was shopping for spices when a ten foot python emerge from behind the jars of spices flicking. It's tongue just inches from her face known to her friends. As the harry potter girl helena happens to be a trained wildlife handler with over twenty snake rescues to her credit and quickly recognized the reptile staring right at her. As a non venomous diamond python remaining calm she captured the unusual encounter on her phone before alerting store clerks and offering to help catch it after returning with our snake bag. One tap on the tail is all it took for the serpent to wriggle happily inside after safely. Depositing the creature back into the nearby bushland. Helena admitted that while she doesn't speak the harry potter language of serpents known as parcel tongue. She believes snakes gravitate towards her because they sense she cares about protecting animals.

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Thousands Protest Lockdown in Sydney, Several Arrested

NPR News Now

00:19 sec | 2 months ago

Thousands Protest Lockdown in Sydney, Several Arrested

"There were clashes today between police and protesters in sydney australia. Thousands defied stay at home order and march to the city's downtown protesting against lockdown measures even as corona virus cases rise in sydney new south wales as a whole they're also protests today and melbourne adelaide. And brisbane

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"sydney australia" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:36 min | 2 months ago

"sydney australia" Discussed on 790 KABC

"House speaker Nancy Pelosi is pushing to investigate January's capital attack. Brian shook reports the measure would create a select committee of 13 members, including eight appointed by Pelosi. The other five would be selected with House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy. Pelosi called January six the Dark Day in America's history and argued it's imperative that we establish the truth of that day. The resolution doesn't need approval from the Senate and could be voted on by the full House this week. The death toll from the partial collapse of the Florida condo building stands at the least, 11 Morgan Chesky reports on the ongoing rescue effort. So no matter how you look at these numbers, they are simply heartbreaking. Hundreds of families still left waiting for word on their loved ones. Is a massive rescue operation is now tunneling into the pile of debris in search of any sign of life. There are still 150 people unaccounted for Five days after the building came down in Surfside, near Miami Beach officials said The priority is on the search and rescue operation and that they haven't given up hope of finding survivors. The World Health Organization is urging people who are fully vaccinated against the coronavirus. To keep wearing masks and practicing social distancing to protect against the delta variant Katie Beck reports. While record numbers of Americans prepare to celebrate the fourth and returned post pandemic freedoms, a growing number of countries are seeing them disappear. The dangerous Delta variants, sending Sydney, Australia into a two week lockdown. More lockdowns are in place in countries like the UK in Bangladesh, with a highly contagious Delta variant of the virus spreading rapidly around the world. Health experts say The best thing for fully vaccinated people to do is continue to play it safe because a larger percentage of the world's population is not vaccinated. And people in the Pacific Northwest are getting some heat relief today after record breaking heat. Portland hit 116 after reaching 112 on Sunday. Michael Kastner President Biden heads to Wisconsin today to talk about the infrastructure plan. Tracy Pots lays out what he is expected to cover that the infrastructure deal would create good jobs and dramatically strengthen our economy. It's $1.2 trillion to fix roads and bridges, upgrade the power grid and railroads, improve public transit and drinking water. Also talked about investing in electric vehicles and expanding high speed Internet to everyone. It's a sweeping measure that looks to spend $1.2 trillion on the nation's infrastructure over the next eight years. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell says he wants the right infrastructure deal for America. Jeff Milby has more. McConnell spoke with the media Monday on a wide range of subjects, including the proposed infrastructure bill, saying there was bipartisan support. But the Democrats proposal was too large. We think that is wildly out of proportion. What the country needs but a portion of it a portion of it. Is something in the country clearly needs If we can figure a way, uh, to pay for it. Mickey and Minnie aren't ready to hit the water just yet. Mark Mayfield explains why they won't be setting sail as planned today. Disney is delaying its first test crews of the pandemic. The Disney Dream Ship was supposed to leave Florida with only about 600 crew members on board. They're all vaccinated, but five tested positive for Covid last week. And then negative. The next day, the CDC treats inconsistent results as positive. So the cruise line had to cancel no word on when they ship will set sail, calling.

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Bangladesh and Sydney, Australia Entering Lockdown as Virus Outbreak Grows

The Newsroom

01:56 min | 3 months ago

Bangladesh and Sydney, Australia Entering Lockdown as Virus Outbreak Grows

"sydney australia" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:31 min | 3 months ago

"sydney australia" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"More than a million people in Sydney, Australia and its suburbs have been told to stay home after a jump in Covid cases 17 have been reported today. It's the first lockdown in Sydney since December. In Israel Mask rules are backing effects just days after they were dropped. There are worries after the country recorded 100 New Covid cases per day recently after showing no new cases earlier this month, a manhunt is underway after a police officer was shot in the head in Daytona Beach. Police say 29 year old both all Wallace is armed and very dangerous. In fact of the matter is we don't know where he is at this, 290.9 Volusia County Sheriff Mike Chitwood tells ABC News. Wallace has a large social media presence and posted a manifesto in that manifesto. He talked about killing cops with me. War with white people. $100,000 reward is now available for information leading to the arrest of Wallace, The 26 year old police officer remains in critical condition. Tony Marino, ABC News, Orlando, Florida Kajaki ABC News. I absolutely love my dog. But the constant shedding not so much, but then I got a Swiffer sweeper, pet kid, and it is amazing. The super thick cloths pick up a crazy amount of hair. Just look at all that. And that was from just one swipe. And the best part sweeper so much easier to maneuver than a broom or vacuum easily getting around chairs and under the couch. You're right now. I can focus on you Not you're shedding Swiffer Sweeper Pet kit Because shed happens Lows wants.

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Fanny Durack: The First Female Olympian To Take Home Gold

Encyclopedia Womannica

01:59 min | 4 months ago

Fanny Durack: The First Female Olympian To Take Home Gold

"Francis durack better known as fanny was born on october. Twenty seventh eighteen eighty nine in sydney australia. She was the third daughter and sixth child in a big irish family. Her father thomas drac managed pub in town while her mother. Mary took care of fanny and her siblings. Fanny was not a natural swimmer. Her when she was nine years old fannies family went on vacation in the beachside town of coochie australia. While in the ocean. Fanny found herself fighting against the waves and struggling to get comfortable in the water instead of retreating and fear or discomfort vani made it her mission to teach yourself how to swim and she did that. Fannie trained in and mastered the breaststroke at the time that was the only style of swimming that had a championship for women when she was seventeen years old. She won her first state title as her abilities progressed. Fanny learned the trojan stroke and the australian crawl with these three styles. In her skill set she dominated the australian swimming seen her main. Competition was me no wiley. Nina beat fanny a few different events including the one hundred yard breaststroke at the australian swimming championships at rose. Bay as the nineteen twelve. Stockholm olympic games approached. There was discussion. About whether fanny and meena should attend the new south wales ladies amateur. Swimming association had a rule that forbade women to compete in arenas where men were present. The association believed it was immodest for a woman to be so scantily clad and the presence of men but fanny and meena's widespread success created enough public pressure. The association overturned the rule. Getting to the games was another hurdle. These were the first olympic games where women were allowed to compete in swimming.

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"sydney australia" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

08:14 min | 5 months ago

"sydney australia" Discussed on How I Built This

"Very tricky for them. When when you went live Did get some attention and attracted some users but it wasn't It wasn't like a at soon. Nami right away right. i mean it was. It was successful but not overwhelming. Am i fair to say. I think that's fair. I mean we were well. How should i put this. I think it was pretty clear. The success surprised us at the beginning so we had obviously a wait list before we went live in that weightless got up to about a million people before we started rolling out which which i believe was the largest prelaunch demand of its kind for any financial product. I think we knew pretty early on once. We announce the waitlist and announced the service that that people would want it. But yeah it's it's not like we're adding millions of customers a week. Yeah but you were able to attract investors pretty soon after you. His raise like sixty five million dollars pretty soon after you launch from some of the biggest investment firms and even got celebrities on there Now kind of par for the course. Celebrities are looking invest in everything. Now it sounds like in the fall of twenty fifteen by the time you guys were out out in the world. I would imagine you're starting to feel confident like this thing is going to really work. I think we always felt confident but we always felt a sense of urgency. It's always sort of the healthy paranoia of. Are you moving fast enough. Are you building for customers. Are you meeting their needs. I i wouldn't say that. I can pick a time and robinhood history where i felt. You know altogether very comfortable about how things are going when we come back in. Just a moment have leads. Comfort level was severely tested when the stock market went through a wild swing. Struggling company called game stop suddenly became the hottest stock on wall street. Stay with us. I'm guy rise. And you're listening to how i built this from. Npr hey everyone just a quick thanks to our sponsor. The botanist gin from the wild remote island of islay off the coast of scotland. The botanist gin is distilled using twenty two foraged island botanical. That have been sustainably. Handpicked order the botanist for at home delivery on drizzly. Get five dollars off your order with coupon code botanist. Npr the botanist jin forty six percent. Alcohol by volume imported by rennie cointreau. Usa new york. New york please drink responsibly. thanks also to starbucks. Did you know that starbucks is donating one hundred million healthy copy trees to coffee farms by twenty twenty five. They've been bred to resist coffee leaf. Rust a devastating disease that can destroy coffee trees. Starbucks is investing in farmers and their communities to help them have a sustainable future growing coffee. Most people don't know that this is one of the many commitments starbucks made to help make a positive impact on the planet to learn more visit starbucks dot com slash planet on. Npr's consider this podcast. We don't just help you keep up with the news we help you make sense of what's happening like why. The housing market is wild right now. What safe looks like once you're vaccinated. And how an increase in border crossings testing the biden administration all of that in fifteen minutes every weekday the now to consider this from npr. Welcome back to how i built this from. Npr roz so fast forwarding. Our story a bit to february of two thousand twenty because you remember february of twenty twenty. The us had just gone into lockdown and the stock market crater. But then a few weeks later it bounced back in fact in early march stocks made some of their biggest gains in a decade and there was so much frenzied trading. That robin hood couldn't handle it crashed. I remember this. Because i have the app and i use it. Did you use it on. March second march third could right because that was like the day where it was could chron crashed. You couldn't what what happened you know. It's funny march. Third is location day as well when we were liberated by the russians from the ottoman. Funny how funny how things work. There's also this thing in bulgaria called baba marta. Where on the first of march you get these little red and white threads and you can wear them as bracelet or you can hang them on something and they're supposed to bring you good luck and then at the end of the month you nail it to a tree and i remember that year. I felt really guilty because i didn't do it and then obviously on the first day of the month. We had this this outage so things like that. Make you a little superstitious. So now i'm looking at my baba marta thing and touching it as we're having this conversation and the outage was because too many people are trying to trade crashed the servers. Yeah i think we were dealing with unprecedented growth and it had started on really at the beginning of the year. We tend to have a step function in growth just from people doing new year's resolutions the dow and things like that. Yeah so you know they start the new year there say okay. This is the year where i'm actually talking about. You coming investor and take it take it more seriously right so you had the new year's resolutions then you had the market crash. The rates went to zero people were at home and there was a scarcity of spending so the number of things that you could spend money on decreased can spend money as easily going out to restaurants going to movie theaters. So there's a shortfall of spending activity and the difference. If people aren't spending their money there's a couple of ways it could go. They could save it in a savings account or they could invest it. While savings accounts aren't paying any interest because the rate went to zero so it goes to the market and i think we became synonymous with retail investing in the market and we kind of became the default choice through twenty twenty. You know you heard the term robinhood traders or robinhood investors which basically refers to anyone investing individually at this point as far as i can tell or at least the common person and then you had the stimulus checks which were unprecedented themselves and some portion of that was allocated to saving and investing as well. So how did you. I mean when that happened right In in march or twenty twenty when that happened and people were really mad right because they were like. That's my money. I can't trade. yup yup had. I mean this was this was basically it was an unanticipated surge of users. you just. that's what it was you. You will just weren't prepared for the surge in no simple as that. Yeah it was it. Something very simple ended up failing and taking out our system. Dns system failure which was failure by system that we didn't even write ourselves right open source software for some of that but yeah i mean it was painful for customers also for me as an engineer like you never want to have system issues right. It's sort of lake. Hit hits me to my core to a certain degree. Because like i'm responsible for it and what you saw is robin hood learning from that making a lot of investments. Which you probably don't see because how can you see reliability. You only really see it if you're up and your competitors down so we're certainly certainly have new problems but.

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World celebrates “Earth Hour” by turning off non-essential lights

Mortgage Radio

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

World celebrates “Earth Hour” by turning off non-essential lights

"Annual Earth our functions, Tanya J. Powers explains. There may be fewer lights burning on Planet Earth this evening. That's because tonight marks Earth Hour 2021 when people around the world are encouraged to turn off their lights for an hour at 8 30 local time Earth Hour started in 2007 and Sydney, Australia by the WWF as something symbolic and it's grown into a global environmental awareness event. The earth. Our website says it's held each year on the last Saturday of March and more than 180 countries and territories because of the pandemic Organizer's are recommending people take part online and virtually you can find out more at earth hour dot ord Tanya Dre

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Olympic swimming medalist accused of running drug ring

News, Traffic and Weather

00:15 sec | 7 months ago

Olympic swimming medalist accused of running drug ring

"A drug raid and a broken tennis racket. Our top stories in the land down under here's Como's Bill Swartz, a stunning predawn police raid in Sydney, Australia. Olympic swimming medalist Scott Miller arrested charged with running a meth drug ring throughout New South

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The Beauty Queen Killer Christopher Wilder

Serial Killers

05:08 min | 9 months ago

The Beauty Queen Killer Christopher Wilder

"We often imagined monsters lurking in the darkness waiting for the perfect time to strike but the worst monsters the real monsters walk amongst us in the light of day nowhere is truly safe not a brightly lit shopping mall or even a crowded racetrack and real monsters will use your own ambitions against you with friendly grins and empty promises. The lure you win by you everything. You've always wanted fame fortune a modeling career. And just when you think you're going to get it they'll take everything from you including your life. One of those monsters was christopher bernard wilder born during world war two in sydney australia while just first moments were traumatic. During the delivery wilder struggled to breathe and doctors feared that he would die. A priest was rushed into the room to read wilder. His last rites miraculously after being crate over the baby's vital signs began to improve before long wilder was in clear. Of course wilder doesn't remember his first brush with death but he did claim to remember the second. When wilder was two years old he nearly drowned. Some accounts say that he fell into a pool others that he was at the beach either way the incident had lasting effects on wildfires. Hell he suffered from convulsions. And fainting spells for the next years. The convulsions were painful and arguably affected wilders mental health. These were his formative years. He wanted to be strong like his father. Who was a war hero. But growing up sick made him feel less and week. He couldn't wait to grow up and be a strong adult but as he started to. These fantasies evolved into something darker. He didn't just want to be strong. He wanted to be powerful. And perhaps in wilders young mind he associated power with dominance. because in these new fantasies wild. You're pictured himself hurting people. Despite these disturbing thoughts. Wilders childhood was actually a pleasant one his parents. Us naval officer and an australian woman were in a healthy relationship and provided wilder a stable middle class life in sydney. He was an average student to attended. Good schools held dual citizenship in both america and australia but instead of using these privileges to better himself wilder became spoiled and entitled in his early teens. Wilder reportedly avoided his responsibilities at home and at school spending most of his time hanging out with friends and drinking on the beach while there was a popular presence. They're no longer considered sickly. He started surfing and developed an athletic build. Girls took notice and as his confidence grew. He learned how to be charming. And funny the outside wild your head succeeded in becoming the strong person he had always wanted to be but inside. He was still harbouring. Dark thoughts and fantasies of dominance became more sexualize te. He'd noticed the girls at the beach but instead of imagining taking them on a date he fantasized about raping them. Vanessa's take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode as a note. Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist psychiatrist but she has done a lot of research for this. Show thanks greg wilders. Worrying fantasies about sexual violence were early indicators of his later killings criminology professor dr scott bond states that serial killers program themselves in childhood to become murderers through progressively intensifying loop of fantasy that means that the more wilder fantasized about sexual acts. The more he normalized them and once those violent sexual fantasies felt natural to him. He imagined increasingly escalating violence. Potential serial killers can go through this cycle for years before ever attacking their first victim. Although wilders loop had just begun he was already having difficulty keeping his burgeoning sexual urges in check so he started acting on them in the early nineteen sixties when wilder was eighteen or sixteen years old. He started sneaking out of the house but wilder wasn't meeting up with friends or taking joy rides. He was prowling suburban neighborhood in search of attractive women and when he found one likely and other teenager wilder would follow her home and wait he would watch them through their windows hoping to catch a glimpse of them naked one night a concerned neighbor spotted while dir and called the police but when the authorities arrived they lent wild. You're go with only a warning. The lack of punishment proved wilder. That there was nothing wrong with what he was doing so he started imagining what else he could get away with

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Can I use other people's recipes for my ebook for children?

Side Hustle School

02:50 min | 1 year ago

Can I use other people's recipes for my ebook for children?

"Chris, Calloway from Sydney Australia. I be listening to your show right from the beginning our unemployed. I did work in between I'm unemployed. Now again, I've tried several side hustles over the years I haven't managed to monetize. Miss yet I've tried a book club and Dane Grip I, had some success. I've started a youtube channel Foodie phonics, lessons, children, and have a few thought of his. What most recently have self published an evil children. My question is am I, able to use recipes that I find on the intimate and rename them for use in book at the back so that I can use the link for readers to contact me and the floor to your response to them. Thanks for gration cheese. Hey, thank you so much for listening. Thank you for calling in and good work on continuing to try different stuff. It takes a while and then that's that's okay. I love the idea of the Youtube Channel for food phonics lessons. Let's talk about your question. So can you use other people's recipes essentially and kind of rename them a bit It's a bit of a grey area because. A lot of recipes are are very common here. So there's not a lot of difference between let's say some standard recipes. Okay. But other recipes are created by chef. And there is proprietary work that goes into that. So the best safest answer is that you would need to contact the recipes author or creator for permission to use it in this way unless it's clearly something that is in the public domain. Okay now, that said, a lot of recipes as I mentioned are pretty simple. Okay. Are Pretty simple are pretty common or just handed down over the years and such. So if you're making souffles or castle as or something that's either complicated or somewhat unique, I was trying to think like what is unique to Australia and I did some googling and I read about fairy kick which I don't know a lot about even though I have been to Australia many times and love that country but very cake because the thing Australia. So anything that is complicated or somewhat unique. Where a chef is clearly create that recipe and that is something you definitely shouldn't borrow like that belongs to them however since so many recipes are rudimentary and copied over and over for those I think you'd be okay with putting your own twist on it and renaming it as you suggest except perhaps calicut half cows magical mackin sheep's. Or. farm-to-table Foodie phonics fruit salad I'm just providing some names here feel free to borrow these. You can still these or Foodie phonics vary bread maybe it's actually very bread not very kick now that I'm thinking about this more but whatever it is very bread you call it Cudi phonics ferry bread, and perhaps tweak the recipe a little bit i. think that's okay. That's a little bit different than just wholesale. Copying recipe somewhere and putting it in your own yearbook.

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European Union’s top envoy calls death of George Floyd an abuse of power

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

European Union’s top envoy calls death of George Floyd an abuse of power

"The European union's top diplomat weighing in on the civil unrest here in the U. S. E. U. foreign policy chief Joseph Burrell telling reporters the twenty seven nation bloc as shocked and appalled at the death of George Floyd Pareil calling it an abuse of power that's has to be denounced meantime in Sydney Australia thousands of protesters marching there downtown voicing solidarity with Americans the three thousand marchers went to the New South Wales state parliament he plans to continue to the U. S.

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New beginnings

Monocle 24: The Menu

07:55 min | 1 year ago

New beginnings

"There aren't many corners in the world to lift that would still hold culinary secrets. Recipes undiscovered by the white world but Indonesia is one such country with plenty of great food still waiting to gain global attention. All three shifts. Lara has now released a book. That's a great introduction to what intonation food is all about coconut and Somebo recipes from Indonesian. Kitchen he's out now and I met Larry to find out more. My experience of Indonesian cuisine rowing up in Sydney Australia. I felt really surrounded by Indonesian food and pots of the cultural growing up. Sorry Books Timoti Indonesia. It felt that Indonesian food culture with something that many Australians Newell they would know what nause glorious wars or Saute or or renting those kind of dishes but very familiar to millions because so many. Australians visit Bali in Indonesia on Holiday. But you know going. Further afield feather travel away from Indonesia. I realized that people don't really know understand those flavors and I do think for people here in the UK. Where where? I'm based in London? I think that there is an Indonesian community here. But there's an absence of the many restaurants. I grew up with growing up in Sydney so I think in the way that Indian cuisine and Indian restaurants in London bountiful. You'll find the same kind of thing in Sydney but here in London. I think they may be one to Indonesia and restaurants scattered across London. So I don't think has had a presence or had its moments in English food culture yet and I think that's because the community Indonesia community in England is so small. Indonesia was called Nice by the Dutch. So if you go to Holland there's a huge volume Indonesian restaurants. There that here in England you just say it and I think that might be why those flavors and those dishes on so well nine. He'll now how would you introduce Indonesian cooking to sedan? What have we been missing out on? So the Indonesian table is a really exciting ones than me and at the center of every Indonesian table is some ball which is a hot fiery Sheely that Indonesians will have at least one or two SOM- balls present at every dinner table at or at every meal time and they will eat a little bit of Samba with every bite of food. So it kind of seasons a meal in the same way that we would season food with solden pepe in the West. Almost you kind of have to think of it like that. The law so have rice or rices eating with every meal and in fact almost half. A plateful of rice will be on every Indonesian plate in Indonesia of say that if they have not eaten rice they have not eaten. So it's a really important part of their diet and also they'll be career poke which is an. Indonesian cracker is meant to stimulate the appetite. So it's kind of similar to a prone cracker there are so many different types of flavors whether they're prone or garlic squid but usually flavored with some sort of Emami element and that will always kind of convincing meal the cracking the crunching of the crew crackers but within the spice paste in the flavorings of Indonesian cuisine. You'll find garlic. Shallots Chili lemongrass gallon. Gal Jinja Cafe Lime Leaf lovely bowed punchy flavors and you'll often find those kind of mixed together in curry's with coconut milk. Call Stir fried with noodles or rice so Indonesia have a wonderful way of borrowing from other cultures and interpreting those ingredients into their own dishes so Indonesia was a huge trade route for thousand plus years. So you'll find a lot of influence of Indian spices saute was influenced by Middle Eastern kebabs noodles in soy sauce. Came from the Chinese and the Indonesian reformed. Soy Sauce added palm sugar and coconut sugar to it and created this luscious thick sweet soya sauce known as catch manus. So when you think of Indonesian food. It's very very diverse. There are six populated islands of the seventeen thousand that make up the archipelago and within each province in region. You will find different flavor profiles depending on what the external influences wherein who might have traded through that area historically so in your book. You've got a recipes. I'm wondering Helpers Arby's recipes did you have too much research to collect all these. It was a huge amount of research for me particularly because I grew up in Australia so while I grew up with Indonesian flavors. Thanks to my grandmother Paul. He lived with us for a few years. When I was little I had very strong food memories of her cooking for us when we were children. Beautiful Big platters of Bala knees chicken or heard nause goering or she'd make these lovely spiced lakes called who I peace get which kind of grilled under the oven each lay with grilled fragrant with cardamom and Ginger and cinnamon and so on. But as an adult. I moved to London nine years ago. And I was craving those flavors again so to me. The cookbook really was reconnecting with my grandmother's recipes. You know she passed away seventeen years ago. So the Cookbook. Almost started out really as a means for me to really get to know her again through her food and so. I spent quite a lot of time. Sticking with family members and extended relatives tried to kind of uncover my grandmother's recipes and what came out of that was my grandmother. Had written a couple of recipe books collected all of her recipes and these notebooks which is very rare in Indonesia because recipes are usually passed down verbally between the generations. So that was this remarkable discovery. That really kind of was the foundation of the cookbook that to me. I wanted to garner to Indonesian soil and research. There and I also wanted to share in the book. Not only my grandmother's recipes family recipes in the foods in memories that I grew up with but I also wanted to give the broader archipelago a voice and I wanted to meet locals from different parts of Indonesia Sumatra Java Bali Sulawesi and so on and meet with those locals and learn their family recipes recipes. That had belonged to their grandmother isn't so on so I spend a Lotta time traveling across Indonesia following my nose meeting a taxi driver. Who would tell me that? He's mother was a fantastic cook then. The next day I'd be in his village grinding a spice paste with his mother and learning their family recipes and it was a really remarkable experience so I spent about six months in Indonesia about two years ago collecting about three hundred recipes and then brought those recipes back to my kitchen in London and started whistling them down based on what local produce was available here in London. Things that we could actually recreated domestic kitchen and testing all those recipes and what came out of that other recipes in the book which are a collection of both my grandmothers recipes but also the recipes of these generous locals who were really so proud to share their family recipe with me. I feel it covers a lot of Indonesia but it really only scratches the surface because Indonesia is broad and diverse and food is central to everything.

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"sydney australia" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"sydney australia" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

"What about like a month later if you know? The airplanes started flying train. Start running or you go to any trips in mind you gonNA sit type or another while job by then and then having now by that time over two years my sleeping at the And just yeah visiting my home trial. How facts you're GONNA you're GonNa do the whole the whole thing that St you're GonNa make it look bad for me because yes but I mean. Everyone's like Oh. When are you coming here when you come in there and like Jones can't do it and now you're telling the world that you're GonNa go through a bunch there? Were Your molest Out Now just the Maybe one day if you will do her having maybe about ender to just kind of as much as Australia's a big place just like candidate a little self-catering now I just go just do something couldn't bg cut in New Zealand. Just do it all sounds so like ridiculous right now does right. If I was in Australia I know will. Another person said that. Going to New Zealand's like going across the ditch which I had never heard of before argument ninety dollars. This is what I said to people. Would here because everyone at home. It's like oh you're traveling so much time I'm like no. I'm taking like an hour to two hour trip between Saigon Chang. Mine like sailors going or train. Yeah I'm like it's just like Toronto to Halifax like it's not I mean you know yes. Okay I'm aware. Like traveling is definitely slowing. I'm lucky to do but in terms of like this idea of how like amazing all may experiences. It's like I'm just doing like a work commute like going. I would be going from one house to another same places. I've been before showing the same grocery stores. Yeah you know and I'm like I'm fine with that and right now. It seems like such an amazing concept that like I'm like wow remember when I used to do that right hop down an airplane and had like people sitting next to me like I share elbow space with some guy I never knew. Haven't hearing Qantas Airline They're like taking precautionary measures. So they have the middle seat takeoff..

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"sydney australia" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"sydney australia" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

"We're going to stop running like midnight tonight. Do you want to leave on the six o'clock bus and she was like okay. Yeah we knew this like two week like not. A lockdown lockdown was happening. But I also I actually. I was going to go but I got denied. 'cause they're like well? We're not accepting foreigners ridiculous. Yeah I mean I like I get it save. It was like okay. I'm guessing maybe the policy came into play a while ago because the board right now. The borders of enclosed for like at least a few weeks now so basically anybody so like no one's coming in like everybody that's here has been here for like weeks or months at this point So for the most part of your showing signs. It's because like something happened later in the country so the regulation was anything after February twentieth. I'm guessing they set us up. Maybe in March because now that's just well beyond the like fourteen day period but I was just like okay and I mean. I'm sure she kinda argue with them. 'cause she she definitely Is the kind of person that sort of doesn't take shit from people so I'm sure I'm sure if he yeah I'm sure she pushed them on it and she just came out of the room and I didn't even know she's booking tickets. You'd like so I'm getting on the bus at like six and you can't come with me and just like Oh and I mean I like third step it already been kind of already been talks of it's sort of like you know the attitude towards foreigners and everything like it's it's definitely kind of turned And I feel like it was something we have to be concerned about the world over because like I mentioned like with all these borders and like you know it's so it's coming from outside and whatever So when she said that was kind of like yeah. I'm not surprised. Yeah then she said the Dayton she's like what what like I've been here for like a month at this point like I'm you know I'm sick. It's got it here but these are the times we live at. Apparently you know I do remember going to a movie. Doesn't that seem so strange now?.

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"sydney australia" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"sydney australia" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

"But you don't know how to educate your child but you need to use that money to the you can't use it on the books and stop or you know you're paying for your wife is eight to. Google have do stop. Your child's education is kind of a snail. Snake eating its tail concentration. I'm hoping I feel I mean obviously in a facebook bubble like everybody. But I'm hoping that at the end of this there's GonNa be a lot more like respect and care for many not like you get you. Don't get sad but it's just like be grateful. Just accept what you have used by. You have don't overuse and just you know maybe don't overstock as we couldn scrumptious can't I told me is here's or flour. No we need either. I was going to mention when you said the flour the baking and stuff. It was like you have flour like gold right now. We have a little bag. And it's just like like we don't use your to make a little batch of cookies to trade for someone who's flowers are going to go out of us as a you know. Thank you order. Thanks for your compost. I have to cook Because my garden not you know what the yeah. It's just a small thing. It's like birds of Paradise Flower Flower Arrangement. Because I helped pick someone's garden. Mike took out the weeds Done compost for someone else that will again be used for someone small things. That's I mean I think that's you know one of the ways. Hopefully we can get some positive out of it and it's kind of one of the things that most people have to focus on being able to do was the little Steph So I mean on that note how I guess you. Kinda sort of answered it already. But how are you dealing with? All this like coping mechanisms. You've relying on or.

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"sydney australia" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"sydney australia" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

"Okay well thank you for joining me As I think maybe I explained you know when I first approach to this The whole point is to just kind of share the experiences of people around the world To give everyone an idea of sort of what it's been like obviously we're dealing with the pandemic that is Kinda hit everyone in various ways and I'm hoping that you know we can share unique experiences but also maybe connect in some similarities and some similar feelings and everything So to get the ball rolling I guess. Could you introduce yourself first and foremost so? My name is Chelsea I am from Winnipeg Manitoba candidates. I moved here almost two years ago to Sydney Australia to of my partner of almost five years. Yeah he lived in Canada. We decided to back off camera back now. So kinda stuck here but we are happy to gather insulted so I think that that's the way most people were explaining it now with that sort of like. Yes we're generally happy. I mean it's it's new circumstances. You gotta expect some bumps right e- get ready. Get any. Don't get upset so you said you're in Sydney Australia right cracks. And that's so since my idea of Australia is a bit of a Blob with it. Like a lot in the middle. It's Kinda scruffy. Is that North South East West Inner last I'm so bad I if we were to get there by a transport would be about forty-five minutes so to transform us Yeah we're pretty close to the coast We can see the coast from our apartment when she's lovely on but it's a very tight knit community just absolute It's just a bunch of younger people. Younger people cuts families and elderly people. So you just kind of try to take care of one. Another so I guess actually that leads to the next question so the last two to three months. Obviously a things have changed around the world vote. Were you are now? How how things changed I guess for you for the community and if you can touch maybe the country in general that's a big rig so my partner is deemed essential service which is printing I e printing labels for handsome so not really messages to respond. He's working which is lovely Again myself being from Canada not an Australian or New Zealand citizen and not president. I cannot claim any Uh similarly which is like so kind of so So he's financially supporting us. Which is Great? I'm trying to find jobs but again hiring Yeah and then in our.

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Thriving in a time of uncertainty with Dr. Lynn Gribble

The Practical Futurist Podcast

09:59 min | 1 year ago

Thriving in a time of uncertainty with Dr. Lynn Gribble

"Today we have returning guests. Dr Lene Gruber who is one of Australia's founding coaches an accidental academic and an award winning author and university Electra. Lynn Kolzov a pragmatic futurist coach. She also helps people to future proof. They careers in an ever evolving workplace. Lynn is coming to us. Live to die from Sydney Australia. Now it's important to note as you record Saturday. Twenty first of March twenty twenty. It's fair decided on both sides of the world. We're living in completely uncharted waters here in the UK pubs clubs Churches Museums Cinemas. Theatres and schools are now closed. The government is just offered to pay up to eighty percent of workers wages while these companies have shut down and everyone I know is working from home and last night. The streets here in London would deserted. I've never lived through World War but many are saying this is a similar time highly and first of all. How are you and how your family are? They safe and healthy yet. Where all siphon health healthy I moved to working from harm From Tuesday of this last week We went live with everything we were doing in a virtual world from Monday so we did Chinese for Monday and so we're just practicing really good processes of you know keeping things clean making sure that everything that comes in the house is clean and kept clean and so it's all good for us that just for some context. Those didn't he lost your on season. One you'll university lectures explain way you lecturing lecturing so I work at the University of New South Wales which is one of the top universities in part of the group of universities in Australia and a we have the number one business school in Australia. And I'm part of that school and so we have a number of international students as well as local students. What about fifty? Seven thousand students on campus is full so This week we've made the decision to put all our lectures and everything online and work with students in a virtual space which is very exciting. Because I've been teaching online for sixteen years and I think that this may actually be the future will never wanted to have a study about the future work and lock. Y'All been working remotely for many years on the nomad. I just need Wi fi coffee in a flat surface. What's interesting a lot of my colleagues? That have been working at home first. Time actually help one of them like a monitor up of the stays the other day they finding it really really arresting to to work first of all on their own so mental health issues but also getting work done What tips could you give someone who has all of a sudden main told Guy Heim and wet from high and what? What are some things that can be doing to ease into this because it is very very uncomfortable environment? I'm sure a lot of papal use their workplace as pseudo family spice and I think that that's the first thing that we need to acknowledge that we spend a lodge amount of time at work and work as a very for many people social environment My pitch they looked at what happens to people when they get retrenched. And so I've heard all the stories of isolation and not being in the office at citrus. So the first thing that people need to do is recognize that just because you're used to having a lodge monitor. Aw traveling somewhere for work doesn't mean that that's what you need to do for the rest of you life. The second thing around this is that people often focus on what's different rather than focusing on. What's the same so you need to Cape? A routine routine is absolutely kate. If you think about how different for many people if they work say Monday Friday they will often find that on the weekend not aging at the same time then excising time than getting up at the same time so what going to. The office provides structure. And so if you can make a structure about being at home and tried to create the similar structure. You would have as if you're going to work so if you normally get up at seven you should normally get up at seven if you normally get up at six and go to the gym. Maybe your gym workout is now at home. There is so many great apps to be working at home. So and you can look at it harm Ryan shine whether it's forty degrees in Australia. Role minus four degrees in London. So the thing is created routine that you can replicate anywhere and this is one of the foundational things of being able to be flexible and work from anywhere. So one friend of mine was talking about Having to have facetime so a lot of these things are on voice coal and apparently They've also said well. Once a week we have to have quite facetime and now talking about how they then had to quit my cup on and and the hair and everything else Is this the right thing? Should WE FORCE PEOPLE TO BE PRISON? I was actually saying to them that probably after if this goes on for months we weren't k. What we look like in six months we will just go on with their hair. No makeup or whatever Just to to be present but is an important to see other colleagues. I mean I'm seeing lots of photos on social media of all these like the Brady Bunch squares all these people I why having and happy Let's fast forward six months. How will it look in six months when this is the new normal so actually connecting and however connecting works for you? If that's about seeing somebody if it's about texting somebody so if it's about being present you know I always remember when my daughter was quite young That I'd often ring a friend on Friday about five thirty and they also had small kids and we would havoc foreign conversation and share a glass of Wine and Sofa may the whole idea of virtually meeting up. I mean look here we are you and halfway around the world and this conversation wouldn't be that different. If we were in the same room the difference would be that we can see each other. If we really want to see each other now we could turn on a medium that would allow that. But I don't feel that are necessary and to your point about paypal feeling that you know. Do I put my Cup on? What do I get dressed or not now the the ritual of getting dressed into business? 'cause there's lots of studies that talk about when people dress casually they act casually so there is a really good rigor about getting up in the morning and getting dressed for work particularly if that's what you've always done and then overtime being careful that you don't start to become too casual and your work colleagues like you might treat your friends because there's a different set of engagement so it's not about whether you wear makeup or don't wear makeup where a social don't wear a suit. You should be dressed in a way that makes you feel professional so a lot of people where this falls down for them is that they would prefer to where they're jim gear. Twenty four seven and this is awesome. Why we he at New Moms? Say All you know. I just don't get dressed up anymore. I just don't feel like myself anymore and I say well I need dressing the way you were when you went to school when you went to work. And they say why. Don't need to and I GOTTA. You might be surprised how that affects your psyche. So there is a real thing about you know. Get up turn up show up you know and do these a way that makes you feel professional because clubs are often are Armagh to the world. Now I'm sure a lot of people whether they waking from home or freelancing. This is a time of uncertainty. And you said you. Phd cover these thriving in on uncertainty. Let's assume as the government is trying to tell us. This could last for months not weeks. How do we thrive in uncertain times like now the thing that happens with the human mind is that when we are uncertain we try and solve that problem we are problem solving being and so with uncertainty? What people try and do is imagine how to create certainty from the time? We're very little each have to think about what's the first thing they tell you with a young baby get in a routine so it knows what's coming next so it understands the system the passion the prosise so when we break those patents and processes people become very uncertain then they seek ways to create certainty. His thing I'd say to just about everybody today because a lot of people have asked me this week. You know you'll very happy and I go home happy as a clam because I had predicted that we would move to a work from home model and I had predicted we would do that around mid to late. February. So I'm a little bit out. I was a little bit ahead of myself but none the less. What we do know is is that for now. Most people who've got a job doing that from an isolation perspective. Whether that's at harm or distancing social distancing so that is annoying and that's not going to change for the foreseeable future now whether that's a couple of months many months or more than many months but it certainly isn't going to change in the next week or two so you can know physician that how you're setting up to work you should set it up so that you're comfortable to do this for an ongoing period and if that's a couple of months or more than a couple of months that should be arcade don't make do instead of make it what you want it to be for that. Focus on all the things that you know. So if you've got a job you know what that job looks like how you go about. It might change. But the job itself hasn't changed. Your family hasn't changed. Your living situation. Haven't changed so focusing on what you know rather than what you know and keep your mind coming back to. I know these when somebody says what about this darn dwelling the. I don't know because as soon as you go there you'll mind will try and solve it so focus on it. Make a list of all the things you do know and when somebody says what about the actually what I do know is this and keep talking about we know and focus on what you know and what you can anchor

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Driver charged after 4 children killed on Sydney sidewalk

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Driver charged after 4 children killed on Sydney sidewalk

"Four children were killed on a sidewalk in Sydney Australia and the fifth seriously injured as a group of seven was walking to buy ice cream Saturday evening police say a driver who allegedly was drunk has been charged with twenty offenses including

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Australian firefighters save ancient "dinosaur" trees

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Australian firefighters save ancient "dinosaur" trees

"Specialist firefighters of save the world's last remaining wild Grove of a pre historic tree from wild fires that destroyed forests west of Sydney Australia firefighters dropped from helicopters to reach the cluster of fewer than two hundred wall of my pines in a remote gorge in the blue mountains a week before a massive wildfire bore down there the firefighters set up in here a great here occasion system to keep the so called dinosaur trees moist and pumped water daily from the gorge the exact location of the trees remains a closely guarded secret to help authorities protect those

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Australian wildfires threaten water supplies

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

01:50 min | 1 year ago

Australian wildfires threaten water supplies

"There is a new threat to Australia after the recent wildfires and it's raining off while it's bringing hope of fire relief it's raising worries that harmful ash could wash into rivers and contaminate water supply we go in depth with Chris or UC of California department of water resources since we face the same sort of issues with California wildfires oric says when wildfires happen they work closely with many agencies to keep debris out of our water so we were close the case and specially cal fire they have their pulse fire watershed assessment where we send out in juniors and hydrologists and work with them to see where we need to protect the water sources using those poems using sandbagging in some areas and quickly tried to get conservation corps and other groups out there to start reseeding and and and putting down different type of materials to prevent they of the debris flows that happens it's booms that are being placed near a dam in Sydney Australia to catch ash and debris from making it into drinking water oric says it's big challenge on burn scars when rain comes down hard and fast it's hard to say when you go it because actually the the debris flows that were in Santa Barbara county happened well the Thomas fire was still burning so the fire wasn't completely out that micro claim it came in and put more water than they can even drive in that short period of time creating that debris flow of about thirty feet of debris coming down they were taking houses off the foundation and moving cars and boulders twenty seven thousand square miles of burned in Australia where forecasters say one to three inches of rain are gonna possibly fall in the days ahead in New South Wales and that's where Sydney is officials there say there's a good chance the curtains and booms around the city dam will hold and protect the water supply in the

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Australian wildfires threaten water supplies

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

01:50 min | 1 year ago

Australian wildfires threaten water supplies

"There is a new threat to Australia after the recent wildfires and it's raining off while it's bringing hope of fire relief it's raising worries that harmful ash could wash into rivers and contaminate water supply we go in depth with Chris or UC of California department of water resources since we face the same sort of issues with California wildfires oric says when wildfires happen they work closely with many agencies to keep debris out of our water so we were close the case and specially cal fire they have their pulse fire watershed assessment where we send out in juniors and hydrologists and work with them to see where we need to protect the water sources using those poems using sandbagging in some areas and quickly tried to get conservation corps and other groups out there to start reseeding and and and putting down different type of materials to prevent they of the debris flows that happens it's booms that are being placed near a dam in Sydney Australia to catch ash and debris from making it into drinking water oric says it's big challenge on burn scars when rain comes down hard and fast it's hard to say when you go it because actually the the debris flows that were in Santa Barbara county happened well the Thomas fire was still burning so the fire wasn't completely out that micro claim it came in and put more water than they can even drive in that short period of time creating that debris flow of about thirty feet of debris coming down they were taking houses off the foundation and moving cars and boulders twenty seven thousand square miles of burned in Australia where forecasters say one to three inches of rain are gonna possibly fall in the days ahead in New South Wales and that's where Sydney is officials there say there's a good chance the curtains and booms around the city dam will hold and protect the water supply in the

Australia fires: Race to evacuate thousands before conditions worsen

Morning Edition

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Australia fires: Race to evacuate thousands before conditions worsen

"Mandatory evacuation orders are under way along Australia's south coast is deadly bush fires continue to burn NPR's Jason Beaubien reports from Sydney Australia is dealing with its worst fire season in decades there have been fires across all six states New South Wales alone had more than a hundred fires burn many of those fires are continuing to burn mandatory evacuation orders continue to be issued in various parts of the country a hundred thousand people alone in New South Wales are under mandatory

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10! ... 9! ... 8! ... Here comes New Year's in Times Square!

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

10! ... 9! ... 8! ... Here comes New Year's in Times Square!

"Twenty do monies arriving around the world among the first places to see the new year New Zealand where they set off a half ton of fireworks in Auckland more than million people gathered in Sydney Australia to watch the fireworks which were delayed by fifteen minutes due to strong winds here at home New York city's counterterrorism czar expects time square to be the safest place on planet earth on this new year's eve to use his words thousands of police officers will be on duty along with special units that have long guns and bomb sniffing dogs among other weapons I read a fall les

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"sydney australia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:27 min | 1 year ago

"sydney australia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"It is four twenty one in the afternoon in Sydney Australia live side of the harbor area all the bill or at spots sixty nine ninety one nothing a bit more than a tenth of one percent implied volatility rising across the curve as traders prepare for the start of trade in twenty twenty but also keep an eye on what's happening with thousands of holiday makers because they have been evacuated to a popular tourist resort in southeast Australia because of the heat wave in the strong winds and a few things on the wildfires temperatures hitting forty degrees Celsius blazes a closing sections of the main highway as well that's good now to a story around the Swiss asset manager pick that they are in the midst of an Asian expansion the aim is to double the assets in Asia in the next decade as the wealth managers compete for a share of the increasing number of the old truck rates in the region magic part of Boris Galardi spoke to Bloomberg about which countries they are targeting north Asia I think we're putting now will focus on China and greater China over old out of Hong Kong and I think in Ireland south East Asia out of Singapore these are the two well known Hobbes that should provide us for the next two years the platform for growth what does it change give me anyways all grown it's it's an endorsement if you're into its expanding here and using is is going to be hop then for China and the in light of what's been going on the streets in protest accepted in an economy which is in and reading the deep recession does it put you off until no actually into the country were currently investing probably more than we've ever invested and I think one has to be also a bit contrary and sometimes I think that's in these moments that you need to show your commitment cases of course this is a good way both of them saying in a simple will be the other hot than full Southeast Asia to write to the server okay and if you see any already loose from Hong Kong to ward Singapore which is what many people have been counting I think there is interests of from clients but and we haven't seen them across the industry and then picked in particular any movement off of assets in any significant fashion bar is so you've talked about being committed to Asia and you've been on a hiring spree all out there say that a call from Boris collide he is the new status symbol for private bank is how many of these calls have you made in Asia since you joined today what's the hiring increasing we've seen in the region this here in Asia and we've added high double digit head counts were it's the mark of three hundred and fifty employees for the group and I think we will see in the years to come and I mean in fact they were not just looking at the next court there are in the next twelve months in the next five years that's the plan we have to double the head counting the wealth management side of the business are you going fast enough I mean your rivals the likes of UBS credits who is a dominant this one of the walls are you comfortable with the pace of growth in your scene I think we've historically grown slower there where many regions in the words that were competing for resources in the group I think we've now made Asia our number one priority I think we will see growth rates accelerating and since we're starting from a lower base I think the world for a two will be significant thing in the years to come so in terms of ambition what's the plan what's the goal for pick day here in Asia I think today we are in the top twenty once managers probably towards the second half of the of the least and I think our ambition is to get into the top ten is not so much an ambition about size but also about quality when we look at our client base and we generally tend to have trying to force individual more than two thirds of our client maintain account balances with US of a hundred million or or more and I think that's a segment that we would like to target here bringing to these clients the big their investment expertise and I think the global reach that that we have for presentation close to thirty countries today first tell me a little bit about how you would the China started again okay you have it out of Hong Kong but what about getting a banking license at private banking license if you plan to do something like that because you can now and you can of course also partner with a Chinese company what's your preferred route we've been looking at this market for the last twenty years and I think we've seen different evolutions I think we're in finally entering into a chapter where they could be a successful on shore venture for wealth manager I think it's a little early for us we would like to be kind of our late movers he's been a JV then you via the JV it is is that something which is on your own probably not that thing generally in big they would like to go on our own and I think some of the JB's have been successful some not so I think we'll have to see now this new chapter where actually foreign players can own majority or the entire business I think that's a good pre requisite for us to look at this market in the next few years that was the big thing group managing partner Boris sickle already speaking supposedly to Bloomberg not mix the US launched airstrikes in Iraq and Syria on bases it says are being used by an Iranian backed Melissa we have the latest meantime we are keeping a close eye on Brent and WTI fairly stable slightly to the upside Brent the three tenths of one percent higher we are of course watching the inventory levels that decline last weekend on the technical basis because the three months back with a sin to push to to spot sixty seven dollars a barrel but you look at the wider year for brains and it has been a stellar run for the particular commodity the third best performing commodity off twenty nineteen in fact out performing many of its peers we're going to get into some of the key themes that around not just what's happening with crude oil but how that could lead into some of the regional risk premium this is number.

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"sydney australia" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

The Thinking Atheist

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"sydney australia" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

"Driving at hornsby local court sydney australia following an incident at a drive through at mcdonalds. All snow olsen apparently went through the drive through after a night of heavy drinking and he promptly ordered two hundred chicken mcnuggets nuggets. The staff said i'm sorry we can't get you two hundred chicken nuggets and he responded by screaming streaming into the drive through speaker. I want my fucking nuggets. He then did four laps through the drive through lane while honking his horn came back through through in order to hundred hash browns the workers actually oblige that request i guess they went into the back and just opened up a big box of fraser box full love hashbrowns. They charged him hundreds of dollars for this before. The cops arrived now. The icing on the chicken mcnuggets story cake doc is that coal olsen inebriated thirty year old in sydney. Australia is a vegan. Now somebody out. There is probably talking about how there's not any real chicken chicken mcnuggets anyway. I know there was a bogus story that imploding around a few years ago about how it was all made from this pink in could go up in a factory somewhere. Everybody lost their minds. Oh my god mcdonald's checking mcnuggets are made from paying gelatin. No they're actually chicken. Health food trust me but it's their chicken mcnuggets so i was interested in how the brain affected did bhai alcohol. We talk about people who get drunk motor skills start to fade and your speech starts to slur. You have some cognitive issues. Shall we say sometimes to the point where you do blackout what causes what is the effect of alcohol on the brain if we're going to do kind of a fun show about unthinking people the the people who who had sort of muted their own ability to make decisions. Let's do a little science and let's try to figure out what the effects are specifically. I've pulled up this article short-term effects of alcohol on the brain if you'll humor me i'm just gonna read it. This was so posted at health dot com drinking alcohol alters. The levels of neurotransmitters in the brain says maria pa- gano p._h._d. Addiction <hes> researcher and associate professor of psychiatry at case western reserve university school of medicine these chemical messengers transmit signals.

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"sydney australia" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"sydney australia" Discussed on Mixergy

"Hey there freedom fighters my name is andrew warner and the founder of mixer g where i interview entrepreneurs and also fiddle around with the technology a guard interviews with entrepreneurs i am here in sydney australia to do two things a three things actually went on a run a marathon on every continent and so sydney is my spot to run a marathon on 'em in australia number two i want experienced the place you know there's a guy when i was trying to a marathon on every continent there's a guy a dude who get people like me on a plane and get us to each one of the seven confidence in seven days get on a plane go see a continent run you're marathon give back on a plane go see the next confident seven marathon seven days when i thought on solve my problem in some forty two thousand dollars less expensive frankly into the whole thing and i realized no one actually experienced the city i wanna get up in the morning cup of coffee i wanna see what they do for sandwiches i wanna see it's a hot sauce is really hot wanna see what people are like anyway so that's what the second thing i'm here to and the third thing is more important than any of that is gets a new insurers and talk about entrepreneurship indifferent parts of the world now ahead of someone who who i heard about awhile back through a mutual friend who said you know babies don't really sleep very well and i said yeah i do know that i've got a couple of kids and if you swallow them they do and i said oh i know that i'm so and just waddling and essentially the other swaddled that most people don't know about it's swat only baby with their hands up and i said what i went over and i thought it was gonna be the small little website and a little business designer on this to randomly waddling turns out it's a big website big business and the woman is based in sydney in the sooners i plan to run a marathon in sydney end do interviews and entrepreneurs in sydney i said i gotta meet this woman hannah so here she hannah leo crosscheck is the founder of love to dream among their products is a product called swaddled up babies are swaddled very easily with their hands a little bit up in the air right now an this is phenomenal business at dennis bond other products like a sleek sack which i'm also big believer in a wooded find out about how she built up this business thanks to phenomenal sponsors the first will host your website right it's called host gator and the second will help you hire phenomenal developers it's called top how hannah yes i'm talking too much about myself but i'm very i'm very interest waddling here's why first had my baby the nurse swallow my baby what's this about and she said well maybe go to sleep like let me know let me see how i recorded the nurse swaddled step by step i practiced it i got so good it's waddling in the middle of the night and it's just horrible 'cause i would be exhausted the baby would wake if i'd have to swallow him lecture unspoiled change diaper cleanup reese wattle painful and then it went online i discovered through these different models which snaps in the goes and they didn't say research and really help the baby go.

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"sydney australia" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

12:34 min | 2 years ago

"sydney australia" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

"So let's get into this episode today. I am delighted that I, I am just going to say to you. I'm going to have to apologize innovators because woes interview in and a great interview this is with Tara Walker of Massey Brown always getting clicking sound back on our interview. So it doesn't interfere slightly with my sound but you'll be pleased to know. It doesn't affect towers sound, so just apologies in advance just say we were doing this over the internet because Tara is based in Sydney. And she's one of the headdresses is leading the way when it comes to cut in hat dry. Now, some of you may think in shock horror, the idea of joy Heckert in well, I'm gonna tell you. Now that with the rise in popularity of women embracing and natural textured had is going to be massive. Now, if you don't get onto this technique, you may get left behind, because your competitors are going to be doing it. So this interview today, she's going to tell you how she's just an independent headress, but how she started out in her garish her dad's garish before going into a market stall, and eventually owning her own independent Salam business mousy Brown. It is stuff that I think we'll get you really excited with a new way of cutting hair, and it could offer you with a new opportunity to make an exciting revenue to your head dressing business. So this philosophy on joy haircut. In is a must few to listen to you're going to really enjoy. Everything Tara has to share with you. So let's get into this delighted to welcome to the house of critique podcast. Tara Walker mousy Brown in? Sydney Australia that we got we just mentioned in the introduction, that we have got a guest, who's being a great listener of the show. I've connected with this lady sometime back when we first launched shot. But I've been so excited by what she's been doing. So I'm really pleased to bring onto the show. Tara Walker of mousy Branson, Wilkins, cut it Tara? Thank you Dong. And thanks so much for having me on how to cut it will say, I am fruit. Have you on how to get because you reach down to us about two years ago, didn't you? When we first started launching podcasts. Yeah, yeah. I started listening very early on. Maybe in the third or fourth episode that, that, that's the United first time I got on to how to cut it. And I've, I've not looked back really dumb. It's it's been a regular to for me. Yeah. Yeah I love it when I hear that. And I know we would just to beforehand before coming on, on life. And yet, we were just chatting about these things, and yeah. So special to hear that, certainly when you know, we're divided by distance because you're not based here in the cold UK today. So just give you our heads on. I'm I'm in a strategy ah. I'm in sunny, Sydney and finance it about. It's about eight thirty on a Monday night on a Monday evening, and it's pretty balmy and, and pretty warm up show enough. Win win coming. Head into winter, we kinda heading towards spring now as well. So, yeah, we can swap over. Can you just send a bit of our y absolute right now to be good? So we're not here to talk about the weather. We are hits took about your amazing concept because mousy Brown has you doing really different. And you. A cutting head, you aren't doing drawing hand in as well as gone into education events. So this is really one. I wanna find out today I want our listeners to learn what it is. You do in the, the benefits to cutting hair dry and how it's really impacted on you as a business in a solemn but that's As all. always I do like a heads up on our listeners, and I saw that you actually started cutting hair in your parents Garrick without zero training. So is that something that yeah, yeah, it is? I like to say my headdress increase dotted at the tender age of, of fourteen my, my mom, actually started a hairdressing apprenticeships, so growing up. There was always a pair of hair, cutting Susan's in L bathroom droll, you know, in the they'll kind of pretty big in chunky and bordering on dysfunctional at that stage. Big pair of thinning scissors and, you You know, know, so. so that would just always this for years. I, I don't know why they would never moved but they weren't. And. And so, you know, around about that time, I was always braiding. I was always braiding my friend's hair with Holson Sosa was brightening Wilson's tiles in mind, says a westering something, you know. And then I convinced one of my friends to to let me cut the head in, in, in my mom and dad's garage. And I don't think at that stage. I you know, I started with a fringe and not knowing too much. You know, she had a hit to two down, which, of course, when you'll cutting a fringe ins, quote, disastrous it because. You've been really loads cut free. Yes. Well, my friends, Ed was low when on kind of high. So, you know, when as soon as she looked up their fringers around the hand, you know, so I don't know. You might want to call. It was maybe a micro thing I didn't know that Tim at the time. But that's pretty much what it was. And so, you know, and from somehow I convinced another friend to chill. Let me cut her hair as well. And my dad was, you know, he should have always had the attitude of his wake between a good and a bad head cut. So he was kind of block will if this is what you want to try, and do then, you know, you, you can start on may just try and get the sides, even so that. A good stunt. So that's kind of women. Hedging career. You know really, really started. And, and it's I guess it's been evolving ever since brilliant and you've gone into work some high unsettles settles boutiques islands. Yes, these respected in Australia. Yeah. Absolutely. I grew up in a very small country town. So I, I left I met the little town garage, which is called for so much groping cooled Forbes. I left him on his chain. And I moved to camera, which is actually the capital of Australia. Not everybody knows that and general knowledge, west jobs. Nothing. We'll go for those ones. Yeah, it's the hood. So I moved to Cameron population of cameras around three or four hundred thousand people. So for me that was enormous at that time coming through might fails when people and I are really thought out, one of, you know, I, I didn't want to just work anyway. I wanted to get a really good education. So I assume out the cell in the night that I wanted to work in our shuttle, waking to sell on cold Catalbas, and it was there, where I started in completed my, my hairdressing apprenticeship, and it was also they were first introduced to dry hair cutting, which was twenty four years ago. Now, whenever somebody with curly hair, wavy hair, natural, textured hair would come into the cell on my boss in at the time would he would he would never wear it or spray? It down will priest all the hit he would just start cutting the head. In a Freestone mental you noticed kind of, like I always I was cited comic watching somebody from the button on, you know, it was an I was mesmerized by this, because really what is? I wanted to joy cuts in why I'm that seems a real movement to this president. And you are you're one of those really spearheading this, and so you saw this you work in. You've got the Salleh when did the mousy Brown selling come along the concert. I case a massive Brian time along a lot of look a lot lighter only about four years ago, and I'll briefly really briefly, you know, from from my apprenticeship I actually bounced around stones, you know, I worked in many, many different stones high end. Barber shops boutiques. I never really worked anywhere for more than two years, which I know is, probably is not man. But. I look, I, I, I, I think I'd just kind of I think I get bored easily end. But, but in a bunch fed, I worked with some really fantastic headdresses along the way. But one to two years. It's not vote is the wrong word. I shouldn't have used that with it's, it's more than I, I just I kind of change now I need to have a change now not North Korea lot. That was at the moment. Yes. Thank you. Don't think. So yeah, that's different the run with. But, but, you know that sort of get to a point on out. Not to move on now. And, and that could be cities as well. You know, so I sort of I guess I got to, to the stage and then I went back to working in a garage when I had children. So, and that's actually where the, the idea of mousy Brown, I kind of bound, you know, as cutting hay from my garage while I babysit a young. And, and I just I had this ide- cutting a little Pedroia at that stage, you know that God that you'd seen it was it was also that guy I should I should backtrack Amelia. It was also nearly but it was also about ten years after that I went and saw another dry hair cut by the name of Daria control Neo who was here in Sydney, and my friend had invited me to his salary. He was he was coming down as a gift oddest for the day. And I didn't really know much about it should be allowed to come with a great show. I'd love to just bring a model. Okay. So I bought my mom among, and as it turns out, Daria is playing have been debate relight that day. And so when he. He came in we had a really quick introduction. And then he just started saying. I thought it's cut the head does know shampooing there's no quitting the head down. There's no priest Aisling. We're just going to stop cutting the hair in its natural state. And so this to me this, you know, it just made total sense, and I fell in love with dry hair cutting immediately. You know, and said that was about ten years ago, and since that Di I've, I've never actually went anybody's head to, to cut it is I can hear coming in these e but some sun, many hatreds to get what you mean. You wash. You don't go. ADM too. I know an like everybody else to wit the hair section. You know, I did absolutely have that training and spent quite a bit of my career working that way, I'm itching to skew, the benefits to this, but I don't want to jump too far ahead yet because I want to get to that because I am just opposing to learn more about this. And if he can't listeners will be, too, so the Massey Brown consent. Yeah. You put here. It's minimum. I must've maximum impact hair. You know how to west. So was this your concept plan? Right from the start of Cetinje sup. That that's kind of been my go-to mentioned. Actually, it absolutely has. Because I, I believe that I guess my philosophy around her entities. It's just a personal thing. You know, I don't believe that his should be difficult to the great. You know what I mean by that is, I don't believe that people should be a slave to a strengthening on or a blow dryer or a half an hour forty five routine, you know, minute routine in the morning in order for their hair to right? So I guess my philosophy around, here is that if I if somebody comes to my shop, and I come in as they like to wear their head. So if they've left it to dry naturally, that's how cut it if they like to straighten it with ions, and that's how they preferred the debts. How I'll cut it. So I'm on cutting the why actually wear died today. And if, if I can see that, then I can create a shape around. That and I can create a style for them so that when they go home and wet the hair or wash their head and leave it to dry naturally. Exactly the same thing will happen as when I lifted shown. So this is what you've done..

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"sydney australia" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?

Why Won't You Date Me?

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"sydney australia" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?

"Yup. You don't know me? I had braids at the time which tell you the best part anything, you'll find an African abridge ahead. No matter where you go street in Sydney, Australia would advocates world one twenty three seventy and I was. Lamb that? I'm very jealous. It was the best in Newtown was the little suburb, and it was like a strip of African hair salons, and I was like I'm here. I know for the next time. I don't go, but they would Tetra hair and people always ask me to that asked me if I was Sudanese because when they were asking a refugee, oh, my having a lot people think goddamn food. Yep. And net country. Okay. And then that was also the place where guy said to be your pretty for a black girl. And then when I got may he was like that was a compliment. And that's couldn't stay. Yeah. I'm not Sydney's bad. I think Neil offense. If you live in Sydney, but I've just never been touched more than there. And Michael way where I went to a club. This girl's touching my hair. And I was can you not she's like, I just wanted to feel it. So then I touched her that. She was what are you doing? I don't know touching your strings. I we what do you mean? What am I do I? But also, I did a lot of dru-. There and that was fun. So we went to one bar, and it was huge. And I was like oh my God. I need to get into this other room, and they couldn't get into the other room because it was a mirror. My friends. Let me. This guy. Terai? For like a long time. And then I realized my mistake is like. I think I'm gonna turn around and they're all going to be laughing. At me. I think other people will be too. I can't just stare at this mirror for the duration of our time here. So then I turned around in my friend, John was in fatty like pointing and laughing at me was he taking footage. I don't think they any just letting you there was a whole wall. Amir's, I didn't stop it. Just one try to get needed to get into that other room. And I'm proud to say hadn't taken or drink anything. Like completely sober being like this. Humbling almond Sammy, it's like my brain. Honestly, it's a struggle just to function and be normal. I have a question who would you everyday? Oh my God. Hell you would date you. I'll probably couldn't hang. I'm too sad. And don't like to drink any move. But I the shoot how to you. I. As if you needed meet to meet you wherever you were like you having a busy schedule as catnip for guys..

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"sydney australia" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"sydney australia" Discussed on KTOK

"Checkers bar in Sydney, Australia another ban making their debut in nineteen Seventy-three journey. Takes the stage at the Winterland ballroom in San Francisco this week in nineteen seventy four Pink Floyd begin recording their landmark L P wish you were here after abandoning an earlier concept of an album recorded entirely with household objects. I'm glad they scrapped this this week in one thousand nine hundred Bruce Springsteen plays an ethics show at the Nassau Coliseum lasting four hours and thirty eight minutes covering thirty eight song this week in one thousand nine hundred nine nirvana signed a one year recording contract with sub pop records the Seattle based label began not as a record label. But as a. Fanzine called subterranean pop in the early eighties. They also signed Soundgarden and mud Honey. And this week in nineteen seventy five the number one song in the country was Elton John Lucy in the sky with diamonds. There's your look back at this week's rock almanac. And now the iheartradio weekend sports time capsule. Hey, sports fans attending west. And I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history. Let's start back in nineteen zero two. It's the first Rose Bowl football game in Pasadena, California university of Michigan defeat Stanford forty nine to zero this week in one thousand nine fourteen Colonel Jacob Rupert and captain Houston purchased the New York Yankees for four hundred and sixty thousand dollars today. Forbes estimates the clubs value at four billion dollars this week in one thousand nine sixty to the American basketball league or AB L announced the suspension of operation the played one full season nineteen sixty one through nineteen sixty two. The was the first basketball league to have a three point shot this week in nineteen sixty seven the NFL championship game between the Packers and Cowboys nicknamed the ice bowl the temperature at Lambeau Field in Green Bay was about negative fifteen degrees in an estimated wind chill of negative thirty. Thirty five the Packers beat the Cowboys twenty one to seventeen this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight Mario Lemieux of the Pittsburgh Penguins. Scores a goal in each of the five different ways possible in one game even strength power play shorthanded penalty shot an empty net goal and this week in one thousand nine hundred nine another nickname NFL game took place. The font bowl a dense fog rolled in the Soldier Field. In chicago. The fog was so thick that both teams for foresees the running game. Because receivers couldn't see the pass is being thrown to them, TV and radio announcers and the fans in the stadium. Had trouble seeing what was happening on the field. The bears beat the eagles twenty to twelve. That's your iheartradio weekend. Sports time capsule. He's here. Now broadcasting from the underground command post deep in the bowels of a hidden bunker somewhere under the brick and steel of a nondescript building, we've once again made contact with our leader. Welcome. It is the Mark Levin show. Ben Ferguson, filling in for the great one who will be back with you on Monday. So I time stamped it. Just to make sure. Thirty seven.

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"sydney australia" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"sydney australia" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Hey mate pats fan from Sydney Australia quick question at what point do the past looking for the backup quarterback. I love Brady. And maybe I've already answered this question. I don't know if I have, but I've answered similar questions. I think the one thing with their backup quarterback is they're in a tough spot like they had Jimmy. And I just think that they inevitably thought the transition was going to happen. And I saw Brady before I record this podcast like Michelle foia or whoever the sideline, you know, woman is for ESPN before he says by mom and dad, he's like I hope to be playing for a long time because he's three yards away from rushing for a career thousand yards. Brady's going anywhere anytime soon. So it's not gonna shock me. If they take a quarterback sooner or later, but they always draft at the end of the first round. So that means our second round pick is not very good just in time. Position. I I just think they're kinda just at the point in time in the poker game where all their chips are in the middle of the table. And if eventually the flop card you'll flops and it's not conducive to you the equivalent of like Brady getting hurt they're screwed, and they would just lose all their money. It's just they're all in, and I can't really blame them anymore. I personally would have transitioned Jimmy though, I would have been wrong. If Jimmy would've tore say, see hell. But you got to you got to give Tom terrific TB, twelve incredible amount of credit for just I get the rules, Ron aside, and you can't really hit them. But he's forty freaking one years old. It is starting to get to the point where I think we can Brady just still kicking ass at forty one. I mean, we've all been watching sports here for a long time, you know, usually in your late thirties, you a dramatic difference. And it'd be one thing if you don't like forever with baseball. It was like okay, Barry Bonds is thirty eight years old and still has incredible power. It was clear on PD's. You just watch Tom. You're like the guy's not on PD's. Look at them. Like, yeah. He is on avocado ice cream and eating kale salads. And even checking. Just look at them. You know, it really is remarkable. But one day someone's going to fall on his ankle someone's going to something's going to happen. It's just inevitable. Now, it might happen at forty five, but he's still going. Hey, john. I'm a falcons fan and as a die hard as it has been to watch us attempt to play defense with so many injuries. I can send her stand. Why we're struggling the one thing? I still can't understand is why Julio Jones can't doesn't have a single touchdown. Is there any reason you can explain such an elite receiver can't get a touchdown? That's a hell of a question. I. I haven't studied him. You've watched more of Julio Jones than me being falcons fan. I don't watch them play every snap every week. But I would say this..

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"sydney australia" Discussed on Ask Me Another

Ask Me Another

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"sydney australia" Discussed on Ask Me Another

"DASS me another. Thank you so much for having me very excited to be here. This is a really great atmosphere. I feel like I'm in like Melbourne will Sydney. Yeah, it's very Ozzy. The full Matt, everyone drinking, and that's it. So it's good. You're originally from Sydney, Australia. Now you live in Brooklyn. That's it. Very exciting. Your parents have retired to a garlic farm in Tasmania. That's the truth. Okay. Is that like a thing? Like if I said that to someone. Baby like, oh, I get it. It's not like a quintessentially like styling and move. Yeah, no, but it's very remote, very remote, beautiful pot of the world. Probably a good place to go when the end comes. Okay. So when you were a little kid, it was your older sister who said to your parents when you were eight years old that you should study acting? Yeah, it was very shy. Oh, very shy. And I think they thought it would help me come out of my shell up so I was taken off to drama class and loved it and became my Oh voice. boy. I'm with you on stay. I could have gone either way, but I loved it. Yeah, I was became my my my thing. You got into it and to you got roles as a teenager preteen fine work in a style which no one will ever see. But you did the Sandra Bernhardt movie called Dallas doll, not to be confused with Debbie, does Dallas another fine film, but it also cast as a lead in a soap opera called eco points, nominal show, Billy. My character was cold. Nice guy down the ticshop toll surf club. Stri has soap operas which different to the ones here there only a half an hour format, and it's it's a lot of like ten people on the beach gone the surf club, so would fifteen years old. If you're the lead of a soap opera your your life must have totally changed. It did. I took myself very seriously. And my family quickly reminded me in the various trillion way to not take myself so seriously and but yeah, it was fun. It didn't last long lows on the on after about three months, my dreams crashing.

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"sydney australia" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"sydney australia" Discussed on Science Friday

"We got a whole series of books and i'm trying now i'm gonna have a senior moment i can't remember the author but i'm sure you will but the baby books yeah so article physics for baby that was the baby university series by chris ferry and he's right now is in sydney australia but he writes these books on on like large concepts for very very young kids and i think the point of the books is not necessarily that they're going to learn quantum physics from the book it's that even kids at a young age can have the language of science in their vocabulary so as they develop an as their learning words it's awesome that they learn the word electron or neutron are they learn about general relativity and some of that me stake in some of it may not but with his newest book rocket science for rabies you can definitely take that off the page and i know we talked about this because rocket science is principles of flight is one of your roof well i am planes fly and it's mit rally represented right i think i one of to hit us yes they did it the right way he's a physicist and he made sure and and one of the things that i respect about publishers of children's books and this is more in that like late 90s early like now in in our time period is that they bring on scientists to review the science and a lot of the books they publish and so we do have a book like grand canyon by jason chan where the back is full of citations and other facts you might wanna know because he cares that you have something further to go on and that its accurate so it's amazing this of science friday from pure i public radio international.

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"sydney australia" Discussed on Rose Buddies

Rose Buddies

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"sydney australia" Discussed on Rose Buddies

"I said that the usage of no worries began in sydney australia in nineteen five uh what would that sound like please please come on they gave an all on the do it i'm gonna do it is for you because our very first episode a wonderful but they give an expression that i will read in last raelian accent all it's gonna be so good everybody now worry it's amazing what a few skin is of jolly does for a blow jesus christ you asked for it i wish i know that was a good jesus christ i was thinking jesus that was a dc bet my head does because i was immediately sent into a prayer state banking jesus for the gift of you so they think um the article i read which was from courts dot com uh thinks that crocodile dundee he played a big role in the americanisation of this expression um which was crocodile dundee for uh you probably don't remember because it was a 1980 six um was the boxoffs hit do as much reason to believe that it can tolerate told like i've done enough reserves shirt paul hogan i was the second best grossing film behind topgun while kenyan writing back you'd on that at the adults have got to be old old and for his catchphrase was no worries me all right all i like it in a way that was a good one i never thought about no worries but i like it i had some it so i was walking in the stairwell at my work okay and i almost bumped him to somebody 'cause the way the stairwell the doors open up yeah you run into people constantly sure and he said oh i'm sorry and she said no worries and i said it's like he you know me because i would've were edia thing there are definitely people who would take vat.

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