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06:42 min | 3 months ago

"tia" Discussed on Homophilia

"I mentioned surprised. One of the biggest pride events in the k. And i'm simon. Incredible who phobias coming down. Just to pride I'm going to be slowing on the main stage. And occult wait with a lot of people get sealer frieden. Who are going to be the governing. Wonderful time i haven't seen cherry ballantyne since we filled mischa basically cy. I'm getting at sea. Charity was caught rightful and as she avoids me. It doesn't taxi back in which case cherry also new i. I clearly wanna hang out with. But i call. It's wonderful pam two outfits out of drag as well grace. 'cause we let q it's prides do not i mean i don't outfit for the main stage as well which hopefully will arrive at nine am tomorrow. 'cause i'm leaving at seven am the next day. So if he doesn't and. I got no time to brian stein which be awful. It'd be a disaster. Oh my god. I i in this. Are we in the rhinestone station. Just further listener we are. We are surrounded by wigs. And a form we we've got. The wake wall is behind us. The wake bulk is also the type of. Oh my goodness i need to deal with. These costumes is over. It's it's lovely dining table. Yeah the. I was intending to become a sewing table that i realized i really ready side as are now. It's just a a mound. It's a mountain of nonsense of things. I need to deal with and never will. Then get over here. We've got little ryan starting area over here. We've got a kettle bell and too little weights. Who have been touched once in the two years. Ivine them well. It's never too late to do those swings. Yeah i mean that's a good point pronoun. I take you up on advises as another thing. it's there who will your style. Inspirations starting to do a growing up who was like ooh. That's that's it. That's a good question when it came to drag. Because i saw it's out in so gull great. We always tried to walk Around the aesthetic of gaul bounds. And things so i was always the one What i started drag wanted to talk about it. I was one. he liked. Scraped back had to clip on friends and that clip on ponytail. Giving like an old debt will crop top giving you some sports. He's by sanjay and then throughout the competition realize is probably post by senator j so pointing empowering very very many. Come take me quite a while until we find me. Warlike a full wag. 'cause i would always have like the front by half voted at at at anyone who's like it to things that they'd be paying for the longest time it was a different time. Stop judging bay. I have you came out with the lace frog. Yeah definitely like that. So gouge repossess second to this date on something that so of radio impacts me said like even by manchester pride out there. I've sort of loosely. Taken from little mix was sabi costumes from that toll and things like that giving up leopard-print while a little note to the melby snatch game. That never should've been home now. Tia tia this is negative self-talk and i won't have it. Oh guys fide judo. I made wouldn't you rather be like cutting keypad. Just like wishy. Washy individual absolutely. I fully agree. I thought i was fine and shouldn't read into both of but against the decision. So i i was in the boston dresses pterodactyl by got sent home by the winner. Which in my head means like came. Second yeah yeah. He can buff maths. You can tell you that. Yeah yeah no question. And there will be a redemption. I mean we all know the. It's only a matter of time for the uk all stars or a i. I'd like to see it all stars. Crossover like alan. See you and ben maniac with simone and silky and you know oh dhabi would net. What are we waiting for. I just a bit just be a free meet-and-greet from me at that point when nebi gorgeous gray heim yeah. I'm like such drag race fine so like i'm embarrassing when i meet people who are you like most in touch with from the the us side of the drag race universe oh interesting. I've had lots of interactions with us. Queen does i think the past knocked probably speak you. The most from across the pond not necessarily us's in his priyanka. I'd also scott up by from canada. I hereby like absolutely wonderful people. I'm already ready supportive. Because obviously we had the production break in the mental and weirdly. The thing that kept me going throughout with watching drag race canada until still having energy of watching something a bit similar being like. Oh my me. i'm i'm doing that. I'm in the middle of during nap. So that helped me focus. When i was ryan steininger tara doctor costume and then you couldn't see any of the rhinestones on the runway. Don't wanna talk about it began. They've been really really lovely. I haven't actually got to otherwise with anything. Us queens yeah. We've been in the middle of a global panatani so not really astrum buff. I'm looking forward to having no opportunity. Floodlights brady lovely. Interactions with like la. Ray i i genuinely fine gael. What do i say. This wasn't just message me what i say light. Especially when it's all announced and you these people welcoming you to the family and things like that. It's just like a little bit so of overwhelming. Like me. Getting a message from shakeela. And i'm like i do not disaster to of course you do and the larger question to you is when you come to visit us in the us. Oh i seen as possible. I've never been so. I need to hope i even though we gotta fix that. We've gotta fix that. You've gotta come all the way you can work away back while maybe if the drug code or something coming up on the opportunity to cub iva who knows great. We look forward to hosting you in person. Young tight me around the town absolutely absolutely perhaps the world of wonder Performance space will be opened by then. Oh thank ready we're ready. It's gonna be a girly thing eventually will do. Some live shows their space los angeles. And then we'll take you out afterward for some yeager bombs and honey tequila. 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"tia" Discussed on Homophilia

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05:58 min | 3 months ago

"tia" Discussed on Homophilia

"Then when we had big break i found out lots of things about the other past and here. I'm still friends with this to the to this day. So i won't bring them up. But we i having brady difficult break-up which is pretty horrible. Because that was someone that i genuinely thought it was going to spend the rest of my life with and found out this information so realized that it wasn't full me say what i saw came back. I was already really trying to palace and then finding out the veronica wasn't able to come back which i didn't know a thing about because unfortunately veronica greed and sticks to the rules. Yeah and decided. Shade wouldn't info of that. So i will send not was obstinately crippling so of double blind cy my energy to keep my head and not competition and rarely so of tiny out like i know icon was Near impossible it's beyond with the so. That was really different. How do you do it. You got sent two episodes later. That's what i've yeah well. But i mean but how do you know when you are when you're doing a show at and your personal life is is a bit rocky how do you. How do you manage. What do you tell yourself. I'm gina it's really really I three since me to like entertain you audiences and then i'm and heard like focus on that it's something that doesn't like factor into my head when i'm on stage. Yeah the rest of the time. It can be quite difficult. Yeah what are you like just before. You're about to go on stage. What's your what's your self talk with me. If i'm jay that so surrounded by my friends and south just really want to have a comp taivon support law the time like it's very neat to me three to obese different places around the country and stuff like that i. I'm often now with A friend sometimes it does require the whole hewlett great. You're gonna smash and stuff like that one stage and just check out j. My thing and have go just time to say. I mean it's hyperbole something that the audience love as well. What was your first time in drag all about at my fast time in drag. Well my last time performing in drag was as part of a musical saucy. Jack in space vixen. Okay tell me everything. So that was a musical. I saw at the fringe festival. And i thought it was amazing. But they weren't having any auditions for so i. Of course being the past. I just i was going to produce it myself and cost myself in the paula. I wanted i would happen to be a drag row and set bal so i walked into a barcode. The tuber rue within clapham. Yeah dice that we do that then. I ended up getting a top on my show that to enter a competition. Could drag idle really know what it was dimona zhao. I because i was too nervous. I started to go with two other people from the shy winds up getting to the final house about two hundred people in that final. We were beaten by danny de came fast the victims. The calgary by ming came second and something wrong came sad. Wow i am officially drug reading something. Wonky guy was. It was a wild ride. The zoa just crazy this whole johnny. It's bizarre because i didn't even i. I'd never been to complement the point that we did that show. I literally just happened to see this ball with the lights on and walk ten boulders bras twenty three twenty four wherever and just like i'd like to show. Hey can i. I i said yes. I'm now i've lived in for four year's performance. The brewers is like you know felt very much support from the with an halfway to heaven entire and crossed in nightside in my career. And it's just my whole job now. So i not so people dose of presence and hugs and cuddles and awesome daddy's. A gorgeous time. it is is really good this time. It's it's wild to so over. Reflect on that and so see how far you've come 'cause people seem to bring out the womb. Pathak drag queens. Now yeah not. When i started not back your mind jag. Yeah people grown up with drag race. People you know watch drag race from their twelve. Can't imagine having that it's wild as There's a drag queen in ma gay cooled myth. Ot i the name is miles out of drag. And if i sign they have go up and performed was when they were seeing me last year with One of the other victims performing him we dragged miles up lip sync dina's verse at the folk destroyers and they did all these tricks and splits in on the fifth garner style phospholipid year. I'm back at margate pride and who's performing age stats miss o. T. thirteen mole. Dry on eight year olds or maybe possibly twelve thirteen year old jock performer. Completely in by dry grace getting up lipstick gig. uk hub cutter from series and. It's just incredible to see someone's young performing in drag pride japan with that absolutely incredible family round them. A mazdas mama's like sorry supportive an absolutely wonderful. I and moses brothers always that with his girlfriend so of filming an older thought kind of thing mousetrap brother. he's really hot by the way but does talking to about that. Live your life mouth brother. Alfred school just as well but yet just so incredible and so. I suppose like watching not like it. Just a really shows you how how far we've come and remind you how we've yet to guy tight rest on your laurels. Everyone absolutely talk through.

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"tia" Discussed on Homophilia

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05:32 min | 3 months ago

"tia" Discussed on Homophilia

"And reason but because it's tradition everyone's just like. Oh i'm i'm going to ignore that and just continued to believe that god set up controversial statements coming out a by today. I love it. I'm here for what is the mug. Say the mug says john the muggles get you town which was patches for full before. Jk rowling was transpired by. I feel like. I can tho maintain this reclaiming in my own way while no supporting half financially are. You've earned the right. I mean you famously. In a harry potter movie unseen extra hoffa puffs studio. Yes so how do you how do you. How do you feel about the whole thing that. How can you continue to be a harry potter fan. I think it's very difficult because you can't. You can't just delete your childhood and people very passionate about these kinds of things. But i felt like you. You know we had those books and we had these films and that massively apart of people's lives we just have to continue to support this woman who doesn't support our community does not need to sort of take away the things that were created a means that much to people. You can just ignore everything that she does from now. On how ridiculous tweets the people that she follows the things that she to say. Just give the j. stubborn She's got enough money at this point. Guard living a cottage on me j. Likely why k doesn't even stand for anything. She just made it out. She just put it in there. Why even i. It seems so strange. So odd and self destructive for her to pave the way that she's bathing when it's known setup better to just live well and be quiet. Sometimes people deny the out of just being quiet. Because i think i think people get quite like emboldened and light brazen about things when you get to a certain point where you just sort of think. I'll whatever i can do what i want. I'm this pasa on. The reality is like no yukon. Because you've got this massive platform in it's incredibly harmful not she a million times and just so of guys to prove that maybe in a way she never really had about anyone other than herself and she does probably an way to live your life because if you care about anyone else you're just gonna have a gorgeous time. Unfortunately i don't wanna be like that and don't wanna behave like dot because i think other people are incredibly important and everyone deserves to be Loved look after and cad for untreated. Well i don't now how she topping elfi time jumping into the pool of coins like scrooge mcduck caught. Talk us through a gorgeous night in clapham. If you're going out i'll if you out there are lots of places in clapham from so. It's just a part of south london. So you've got the option of going into town you can go to soho you confess. I have an why all of the amazing places around the halfway to heaven shall out clapham however pumped to the bridge. Get some cheeky cup towels. Having it'll smile away someone you probably smoke two weeks before and it so quit guy to the brewers for gorgeous night while you'll see some wonderful drag incredible people some of my friends full meryl the time like poppycock that obsolete trait to. What's before job just guy guess. I'm sort of reasonably priced drinks. Maybe if you want a single you have to offer a single because they always massacre at double. They know what the buck abor knows. What's up of the exact klay better absolutely gorgeous. Time would recommend some honey to kayla got really salacious. I'm not a fan but geist out on necessarily smith. Oh i honey. Tequila sounds problem asking onscreen jaws. I'd say eight thirty in the morning here. And i'm ready for some yeah. I think it's very it's like. This is maybe like a cultural thing. Because what i hear. Americans took about shots like a big day like oh my god we gonna take a shot whereas like in in london. You just like walk in. Kyi bought twenty ega bombs you get the nexrad retained kayla after that. Brilliant da. I am making it sound. Like we've got the problem culturally. We but i'm not at all makes it sound like you just got it figured out just you the next day already. You might as well make use of the evening. Yes so. I'd love to go back if we can to the The the the gas lead babysitter by men that we touched on in the beginning of the conversation of anything else. You can tell us about like what's going on there. What's the current status Where offensively single. I'm ready to mango shout. All my singleton's out that as day slipping slipping my gm. I'm reid jay. It'll happen by tesco time. Recently i was. I have ever told anyone about this. Touchy was in relationship before yet is the seat of filming drag rice and.

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02:34 min | 3 months ago

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"Am i right that you study philosophy. I attempted to study philosophy and theology. Yes sir attempted and then pivot i. I didn't quite sorry. The long story of tests education Higher education is the. I originally applied to do lull. I missed my grades. And then i ended up going to nottingham st french and jam and didn't wanna go my year abroad so i changed the philosophy theology to subjects. I'd never done before in my life by was like i love thinking about things and then i saw it during and they were like. Oh you need to read this book and write this essay about something. Someone's already said i was like i. I came here to have arguments of make up my own mind about eggs while you making me. Just power it. What people have already decided is thought. I'm and i got to frustrated with that up. Just completing two years of degraded obeying like kidding by Know fetish again. I think that there could be a. Ta coffee philosophy course taught. I'd read it. I'd sit for it no question. I'd love that. I mean everyone's got their thoughts failings that emotions about the wild. It's just very confusing to me. That like just because people did it a while ago that the most right like i can independently come up with my own feelings about all of that kind of stuff reminded i i. I y theology. Theology is very interesting you know. Did you grow up with religion. Or what's your relationship to it to some extent. But i think i i find religion really fascinating because i feel like it's basically history but unlike history it gives you a cultural understanding of the people at the time so like you can look at history and so of these facts about the wild and things that definitely happen but when you lift her religion you got a much wider context of like what things men utah like fake around think around the bible and the old testament and things like that and how people priests why the most educated people and say they were essentially just gatekeepers to knowledge so the knowledge that these people had became of religious concepts like. Don't poke with us just because pigs like out very well caps in the data so you probably getting sake but now has become like depot because our religious reasons behind. I find that old completely fascinating because we can essentially try things back to like d- Logic.

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03:10 min | 3 months ago

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"Realistic perspective on things is advantageous to me. I mean when. I was eliminated from the show. I was in heartbroken or so of reeling from from this. This moment that had been taken away from me. I was like i. Actually you pray well. That's really good. Lots of people got on the show and toll walton. Yeah just nice. And you served us a leatherman. Look the runway. That does that while. I mean i wanted to take it from mask from mask to fathom so i would have. That was aghast. It was it was reveal ivy tight to ip will recipe from my runways but point. One rewatch to reveal my italian to everyone else. Didn't take half an. It's tight us out for off mike. I'm straight with the dress up to the gusting. Yes but it was a reveal when come to drag for beautiful Tell us about your single outside in our my goodness. I'm outside with my song. I released stuff to the shy on. It was ready ready. Lovely to like out there and be like this is what j. This is what i'm gonna have. This is what i want to put into the universe and on had some very well. We've had I think at this point. It's hot half a million streams on spotify alone which is gorgeous. I'm by i've gone ep. Coming out in. September come on so lots more. Laws won't music for me. I won't be giving up abi over giving lots of eighties retro at bulbs coming from me. Yeah i was going to ask what is what is the inspiration. What does the coffee sound. I like to say that. I'm julie of drag. Which is while when. I'm performing by music. I'm the julie prove drug otherwise. I'm the tracy beaker of drug which is very uk reference. I'm not sure if that law is the children that one went right over my head out the kids tv show in the uk. About this larry girl with kylie. Who screams bulk all for everyone which is very vianna. Say yeah with thaad. Gather sound so i really like at that kind of eighties moment. And not so cindy sound. Zoe's been something. I've really loved to listen to fill his very very relevant at the moment with the eighties. Kind of being a little trend so kind of bring back giving it little simply bob to die. Oh good we need. And the epa is call part one the damage with. I'm assuming apart to is forthcoming. Which is very exciting but How did you choose. that title. dot title came about. Because i still have realized that the songs i'm died on this fast. Ep wa kind of telling a story about how is failing in that moment in time which is very much like i'd love it broken.

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03:36 min | 3 months ago

"tia" Discussed on Homophilia

"Did it feel watching yourself. How did you feel about you. Know your edit out. I dust may i was five like i think you know lots of people have different experiences with that buyers. Quite happy because i. It's just a really bizarre thing that like the things that make you different and up in a way being you'll stop. Power is what. Roy says about so of uniqueness and things like that i think i talk really weird like i just have a wade ten a phrase and liked things that i say a strange and i am incapable of keeping thoughts to myself. I will just like it. Will fall out of my mouth. And i'll be like i'm thinking. Nestor and i john diner how to deal with that. I just like shout all my feelings that my friends all the time and like that was basically my confessionals in those are the moments that people really enjoyed like lots of things like i. I didn't realize that my of sewing challenge runway speech was going to be such a moment. Pump just honest. I mean. I'm not going to sit there and be like i'm saving you faz. Fifty s gal like the alpha was. Why would like pretend al's sorry. It's just really nice to get that sort of response from people for the things that i've always felt were a bit different orbit. Strange about me. It is so just disarming to have somebody be like you know to not sorta like a perform confidence the way that we are sort of told to do by today's culture. I knew i wanted to ask you just like about confidence. And self 'cause i'm i'm very self deprecating. All the time and my friends are always sort of on me to stop the negative self talk and nobody. I honestly feel like everybody else could use a little less confidence sometimes and and you see so much of that in in drag race than you were kind of dislike breath of fresh air contrast to that like not taking yourself too seriously I mean is that accurate. Yeah i would say. I think i have like you know like i get really nervous before i go for a shy because i always think about the audience wherever and i don't wanna let people down by like as soon as i step on the stage your gang a shy and john. There's nothing i can do about just happens at who but like i guess that's like a massive degree of competence that have to have to be able to be a performer and gallons agent. But i feel the need like or by bellville others. Like if ivy league insecure about something i i'm not going to sit there and be like oh could fast slaim humpty the boots down block like i'm gonna be like guys. I'm really nervous about this like a universe about this. Like how do you feel about this. Should we job which would make some changes like. It's just like how. I operate because it just as always made sense to me and i can't. I can't definitely. There are people who definitely what kind of reinforced me. That i need a bit more confidence in myself and thought kind of thing. Where oral worlwide in progress am. And i think it's and i think it's reasonable to assume that everyone should come out of the womb thinking that the best on the planet because what that's mathematically impossible not everyone can be least of all went beyond sags as to like sometimes just so of having a little.

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04:19 min | 3 months ago

"tia" Discussed on Homophilia

"I have fast things fast. I'm going to the russkoe. That's why i want to do. I've done power. T shirts saw one of right. You had jumped to ruzicka full power. Jay can be gorgeous. It'll be wonderful. Everyone into a also receive portraits. As i i worry about the legals got you covered done. I think i would definitely want to increase the device. You have the cost. I think we've achieved with these in a to a degree. 'cause we've got the wonderful victorious gone on that who is an fob performa but we just riffat ariza drag queen. Which is i. Think absolutely gorgeous victorian fastest woman on any drag race franchise anyway. Cy i think that's a lovely thing. I don't fish. She's my dragged oughta biased. Oh hell tell us about the family. Who's in the family. We we adopt joel. So the waste and strays in the coffeehouse. Hull torius gone. He'll be represented season theory. And i absolutely aaa. She's going to smash at avocados to drag door to called psoriasis. Who have psoriasis A a non binary musical theater performer opposite incredible current currently. I'm appearing in a production of rent in manchester and they went on as raja yesterday to cover the lead role. So that's impressive. Unlovely non binary raja in red which is just icon by dracula thought them pretending to play the guitar with a full of acrylic nails. Thawed gorgeous house. I'm every night. Drago group called the vix ins as well which i haven't really performed with furlough time because we've been busy at but my dragon fist. As adams and pixie polite are in that kind of holding down the fort. While i'm away snug got lots of drag bubbas as well rose garden tanya hyde who a wonderful tenure hide. Yes god these are the best names i've ever heard as british drag and i. I would definitely keep a lookout for tanya. Hi because the moment she gets on drag race. Uk she's gonna shut down you tight when it got on the side of tanya she's an obsolete icon and she will tell you exactly how she feels that eddie give by which is. Wow we tara by. She's the ice quays. I can't wait. So how has your emmy if it has. How has your overall look and approach to drag evolved since the show aired definitely got more time to get ready. So that's a plus definitely helps. I think people have been coming thing. I've experienced a glow. And things like that. But i think it's quite interesting for me because i i made a conscious decision when i went onto the show that i wanted to for my runways. At least take just bay say and calm been so of traditionally british drag. Didn't realize i was going to be on such a high fashion season with people so at tiding looks like right and center. I thought i'd just dressed as an ice cream kind and everyone would have already nice time and we did yes. It's come but i've just been able to come off the take step back in july one. There was a bad crash as i had that basic label atop shimmy. And not something that i've like constantly fearful someone's getting like tyrod a corner and screen basic at me or i i'll be walking down the street with joe blacken someone's gonna scream about h. and m. like that kind of thing but yeah. I think i think we've had two little bits of aglow out the makeup stephanie. Improved but you got like your mind has been quite awhile since we started filming the shy the i i do not time every jock. Perform every draw just evolves and grows and and makes a changes to things that so. I give you a better zhou's puddle pappy stap and i know the experience of doing. It is very different than the experience of watching it. But how did how.

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04:02 min | 3 months ago

"tia" Discussed on Homophilia

"People's intention wichita but like paper definitely so of crop job. I love The you know we got every now and of that now and then which is lovely but you know usually People quite a drag race. Read like i came here for pain. Says bhai cannot find your life up in manchester after the show when you go and get drunk. What is your drink of choice. Oh depends on the mood. This is how you can tell whether or no. I'm having a gorgeous time of whether oda of just like dial as just got done. I do like gin and tonic. Great 'cause she's a classy gal and she's in the mood. Just till i have a ridiculous time i will have a little yank bomb. Oh my disgusting and it goes one or two ways either. I have like a brilliant ni- on everyone else has gorgeous time or i like ended up having an argument with someone right. Yeah i'm not very occupants gender. Usually on i already name right. But the bomb is gonna take you to the next level whether it's a good level or a bad level it's inevitable definitely gonna be next up down. We can't say definitely next. Try the egg about. Not only that up. Yeah no not with yeager. God bless so. I would love to hear your thoughts on the current season of all-stars out any favorites. And he standouts harry feeling just one st episode at a little bit gutted. But it's a stunning top four. I think oh. I i'm i'm one behind because ours just aired last night so i don't know who the top four is. All you need to get your cell phone. While plus cluster. I know. I know if only i knew someone at wild who could help me away with michelle and then also had to pay for my while presented plus description i was vice surely could hook up. Our thought drank rights but yeah. Oh we're we're we're in. Wow it is worth paying for our plus. It's absolutely worth every penny soya shopping at the company store that way. So who is the top. Ford you mind we spoil it. Matt you can let new it so thoughtful retaining creating eureka. O'meara rosia hara kylie and ginger get high. Wow wow trinity okay. I was not expecting that. I love trinity. And i can't believe after that. Redemption story was silky. That she's not back with us. But if that's not i mean th no matter what like silky will live in infamy forever because of that he thought like it's like with which comes through competition who achieves dot level of like lip sync ridiculousness. They're out. I'd also like particularly think against john. John came to fight. John was like in god's blaze egg and i was like fat page. I'd like you're not ducking out with like any disrespect. Silky just like did the most with the prob side i worry about. I'm just like it was iconic. I do i got. Eureka came back because dot final saint let eureka really deliver. What are your current lip. Sync songs of choice Well i think surprise. Oh i who i think. Live at my shy so ab array famously by fast bypass proper lipstick. Diack was episode three for chuck race..

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02:31 min | 3 months ago

"tia" Discussed on Homophilia

"You're back you back in your just as french as i've ever seen you we we as such a great time in montreal and in Trump blah with michael's family. You know we're out on lakes were paddle boarding Grabbing amazing dinners said the best time the best time but very happy to be home. Very happy to be You know recording in the home studio as opposed to sitting on a bed in michael's parents house as i did last week. How are you happy to have you back doing fantastic. Summer is nearly over which we don't love The new lord album. I'm staunchly pro. I know it's a little bit controversial. I happen to love it have you. Have you had a chance to dive in. I've heard some moments of it loved what i heard michael's variant to it so i i'm hearing at play throughout the house of various times and i'm enjoying it Get yourself a good pair of headphones. There's a lovely guest. Appearance spoken word guest appearance from favorite. I'm not gonna spoil it at the end of the song called secrets from girl who seen at all. Which is my favorite track on the album. It's it's highly recommended. Homo fia approved lord solar power. Get involved You know who else has music coming out into the world. She broke out onto the scene with a single outside in however an ep is imminent from tia caught. It a coffee from uk's drag race One of the most iconic queens definitely from the uk world a in my book of all time. Yes yeah truly. I was such a fan from the very very beginning Yeah i'm i'm such a fan. I can't believe we got her She is leaving tomorrow for for manchester pride. If you happen to be in the area checker checker out and make sure you Preorder her ep. Which is called part one. Damage that a coffee Music is so so good. She is so great so without further ado. Here is our chat with tia. Coffee tea coffee where you. I'm in clapham clapham. God south london beautiful. How was your day my day. Well i got sent six not by my friend callum on something wrong because i've.

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Controlling Your Temperature With Ecobee

Around the House with Eric G®

02:01 min | 4 months ago

Controlling Your Temperature With Ecobee

"Thanks for joining us today. Caroline and i have a great guest today. We got cory fox with echo kobe. Welcome to the house brother. Thank sir appreciate. Hey hey hey yeah. This is awesome. I'm familiar with your product. My last house. I took one other product. That i won't mention it out and put yours in because it was working well and your guises rocked it. It was awesome. We not not surprising. It's If i had more fingers and toes there are so many stories of folks that i have met over the years who have any go be It's really really interesting. And that spans the gamut from folks who work at utilities to homeowners to a lot of people who work in the trade so it's a really good product. What's let's reset the stage here for everybody out there. That goes watson e kobe because we all know what it is. But there's so many people out there that have that nineteen seventy two thermostat and they keep swiping it left and right to change the temperature and that's all it does and they have no idea what the rest of the world is like. Yeah no thanks for that tia. So e koby is a smart home company. They're headquartered out of toronto canada and the flagship product that will probably spend the majority of the time talking about today that most people are are familiar with with our brand is smart thermostat so backing We launched a under our spiritual leader. Stuart lombardo alar launch the first smart thermostat The company has scaled and grown significantly From them so that's what we are known for There's a lot of things that we do with the smart thermostat and then some of the products that we've come to market with over the years

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The Inspiration Behind Joygage: The Streaming Service for Dementia Patients

Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

03:35 min | 5 months ago

The Inspiration Behind Joygage: The Streaming Service for Dementia Patients

"I'm excited to bring to you today. A service that we've all desperately needed. In the past year i'm going be talking to craig fowler about the streaming service joy gauge since the combination of the word joy and engage him. Assuming so help me. Welcome craig to the show. Thanks so much craig for being here today. Thanks for having me jennifer. So i always not always but for a long time. Especially during this whole cova craziness that we've all lived through really felt that a streaming service was something that we needed for entertainment education and anything else related to older adults and caregiving. And obviously you had that idea because you made it happen. So do you wanna tell us your background or sure. Good place to start on how you how you came to. This is probably not something that people just generally think unless they've been caregivers I'll i'll start with the story of my of my mother. My mother wanda absolutely wonderful person. She was She ended up being diagnosed in the mid. Two thousand with early onset dementia likely a vascular. They weren't really sure the time But she had had a number of symptoms and actually retired early early sixties. Before you we could tell my father night could tell that there were some things wrong. But i think like many people we sort of avoided the issue until she had a series of. Tia's which released through for a loop and when we took her into the for that they Diagnosed her as having dementia and she lived at home with my father for around ten years after that and The very end of her life just really the last six months wing to memory care unit To a couple of different ones but in ten years that my father cared for her. I was living in an eight hour. Drive away so. I would fly in all the time we try to help him but i kept finding as she got further into dementia that the biggest daily struggle that he had in the she had was really just staying engaged in staying active so many of the things that my mother wanted us to do Before dementia in her early stages dementia just weren't really accessible to her and she was very involved in church over the volunteering. Opportunities became intimidating to her. She used to love movies tv. That certain things that a number of things used to enjoy became confusing to her and she had a hard time keeping up with botts. She liked to do certain types of games early on that Word search games but over at some point in time those who came to challenging for her and frustrating for her so The the the thought of joy gauge was to was. Hey we know that there are actually quite a few things in the world available that will fit people of different cognitive abilities. People with different levels of short term memory but there are scattered around and not really usually very accessible so are thought with joy. Gauges what if we could curate and bring together All of those options and can use technology modern technology to customize those bring into individual People so that they actually have the ability using the streaming service to access a specific types of entertainment engaging activities actually fit them where they are without frustrating them but still provide enough challenge. Where they're going to enjoy them.

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A Look at the Current State of Cyber Security

CompTIA Sharkbytes

01:45 min | 5 months ago

A Look at the Current State of Cyber Security

"L. o. Everyone this is allan shark and welcome to come. Tia's shark bites part of public technologies outreach to members and non-members alike in today. We have a treat. Today we're going to have a discussion conversation with dr theresa's custos terrific ascend that i've known for many many years and For those of you. Who are not familiar with this name. Someone who was the first president of the public technology institute although it was then public technology inc and I think you were the third or yes third executive director but the others had a very very short stint. You re pti some thirty plus years so tell us what led you. What led you to get into in the first place now I was just a young young kid with long hair. Just fresh out of college. And it was nineteen. Seventy one and the bigly session was on. And i send out eighty-one letters to go teach as all. Phd students that get their phd. Do and i got one rejection letter and eighty silences. I was desperate. And i went knocked on the door of the national bureau of standards back then it was missed today and they said we're interested in this set covering theoretical location. Packet that you've created for your mind to come work for us but you know what we're under job freezes well so we're going lend you to this organization that struggling to get started that was nineteen seventy one. And that was the technology advisory program assistance program technology calls you assistance program Had the ics may the international city management association.

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Who Are Your Bristol Fantasy NASCAR Picks?

The Final Lap

01:13 min | 9 months ago

Who Are Your Bristol Fantasy NASCAR Picks?

"Dragon joining us for this final fantasy segment. As i told you last week i was able to record any of the segment leaders for this week. But i did get your winter. This winter for the final ap weekly fantasy league is tia. Fell w join the revolution with a score of two hundred and forty eight points. Good job now. The picks this week are pretty simple. There's three key drivers that i'm looking at that. I'm pretty sure everyone is going to have on their lineup. So we're probably looking at a bonus points race this weekend but to get you started. Kyle larson in the five car. Everybody knows he is the guy to beat in the dirt anywhere. He goes in any kind of car and the second guy. Christopher bell in the twenty car also very good in the dirt and the third guy will take a look at is tyler rhetoric in the car so we have zero stats to pump at you today. Because this is nascar's very first cup race in the dirt in the modern era with that being said folks. It's going to be super important to keep an eye on both of those practice sessions friday night as well as all four qualifier races on saturday based on those results should be able to round out the rest of your team for sunday. All right folks.

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"tia" Discussed on The Collected Podcast

The Collected Podcast

07:10 min | 9 months ago

"tia" Discussed on The Collected Podcast

"When you think about to everything got set up in the wilderness Like that was the strategy. The wandering the long way around was the strategy that the lord use to kind of set up the story. Yeah also moses to staff was made of wood and god used that staff You know in mighty ways. And i think about the power that comes to people who overcome the power that the israelites had that moses had when he overcame a stutter he overcame his own insecurities and worries of not being good enough to do a god asked him. There was a man that came and taught at our church a few years ago. His name's bob gladstone. And he said your faithfulness in the wilderness becomes your authority right. That's good yes. Your faithfulness in the wilderness becomes authority. Yeah bob glide like that. Yeah i think. Bob thanks bob And i think about that a lot in this scenario where it's been there's not really a better way to put it. It's been a hell of a year. our world has been through a lot. Our communities have been through a lot. My family has been through so much in this. Last year. I shared on our last catch up And i just find myself not at my best you know. And that's been that's been kind of a downhill pattern and this is. This is the like my deepest. Fear is just getting real with you people and giving you my right now and not my i overcame. And here's how i did it. Yeah so. I haven't overcome. I'm always overcoming christ in me. But i'm in a place where i know that i am not my best. I'm not my utmost for his highest in the moment and i wanted to be. I don't wanna do this. Yeah not healthy. And so i've. I've just really been feeling permission from the lord depaz to take a be step back from always producing always putting things out into the world and just allow myself to be present meriem Some other things that played into sabbatical. Where my my daughter's high school senior and she's leaving for college in august. I don't want to miss anything you know like i. I can't get this time back. i can't i can't go back and readjust my focus later. I want myself to be fully present to her and what she needs as she prepares a launch. My my husband is in grad school. And so he's got an extra measure of divided attention. My daughter is in highschool and is very involved in some Demanding activities that. I want to be present to and that to be something i fit in around ministry. Yeah you know what i mean. Yeah but more importantly. I am not collected. I am the exact opposite of collected. And that's okay like gal we've had conversations lately about even just the name of our show in the roots of where it came from. If you've heard tia share the story about the apartment therapy article where described this apartment. And you know if you thought of the apartment as a woman. It was such a beautiful picture of who we can be when we're living out who god created us to be right but the reality is we're never going to fully be that collected self until heaven We are continually in process and god is growing us and we think we've arrived at one point and then we realize there's another point to reach and he keeps us journey and he keeps us growing. We've never we will never be the collected woman or man or person until heaven and that's the beauty of the whole thing. Is we hear people stories on this show of the things. They're learning in their journey. The things are learning along the way to help inspire encourage ourselves in our listeners to continue the fight to continue the pursuit of a holy. God who makes us holy through his sacrifice but recognizing that were never there in this life right so living and the promise of that we are and restored by the lord and what jesus did and he sees us already as complete and whole and yet we still live in the central broken world and that's where the tension lies and i think it's beautiful that you are willing to be honest about that drinks and share it and continue on your own growth in it. Yeah and i. In the process of decision lisa widow. Who's also been on the show much ministry strong online and i was immediately drawn to it because i love everything lisa does. She's she's one of those solid voices always gonna tell you like it is And one of the the descriptors of of ministry strong is making a ministry quick proof And that's what got me. I will never give up. I will never give up on collected ministries. But if we're going to keep going. We have to be healthy in basketball. And here's the beauty of The beauty of the way that god has set this up is that he has given me a wonderful partner in jess. Who can say girl. I got you you yes. It's it's the right time the right season to do this. And you know when. I when i finally finished all that symbolism about about seasons you've got again positioning readiness anointing and timing and i feel like when those four things are aligned with god's plan for your life you're walking in your destiny You know yeah. So yeah i want to be. I want to be walking in my destiny. And so if. I'm if i'm in a an a place of waiting for timing right now and i'm allowing myself to believe that there's more under the soil And that it's okay to be dormant. Then i'm trusting that there's more to come. Yeah that greater things are on the way well and the beauty of just the goodness of god that in a doormat season. You're still walking your destiny jeff. Even when you may not feel it or it doesn't look you expected..

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CompTIA Security+ SY0601 update. Everything you need to know

Cyber Work

04:36 min | 10 months ago

CompTIA Security+ SY0601 update. Everything you need to know

"We are excited to have patrick lane today. Patrick is the director of products at compton. And we've done a few webinars with him in the past he always does a great job providing us updates on come tears certifications so excited to have you back patrick A little bit about his background. He directs the it workforce skills certifications come to you including security plus pen test plus c y plus and casper plus he assisted the us national cyber security alliance also known as the ncsa to create the lockdown. You're logging campaign to promote multi factor. Authentication nationwide us also implemented a wide variety of it projects including an internet and help desk for eleven thousand end users. Patrick is an armed forces. Communications electronics association lifetime member born and raised on us military bases and has authored and co authored multiple books including hack proofing lennox a guide to open source security so a fantastic guests with us today. I'm excited to pass it off to patrick here in just a moment after we review the agenda so today we will touch on what is security plus Patrick talk about the baseline cybersecurity skills. The job roles and growth indicators. We'll talk about the differences between s wise zero six zero one versus the five. Oh one and kind of some of the updates. There will talk about the exam details and then as mentioned i will pass it off to patrick for questions. So feel free to submit those questions using the qna panel At anytime so with that I'm going to go ahead and give give the control over to patrick here to get us started. Thank you everyone. My name is patrick lane. And as thank you for introducing me. I'm the product manager for competition cybersecurity certifications as a director. I work a lot with the industry and within comp tia in to ensure that our exams are meeting the needs of the industry security plus as one of our largest certifications of all comp. Tia in fact. It's our number one certification and so one of the reasons why people are coming to security plus is because of the skills that it offers and the fact that employers are hiring people who have security plus social security plus will help you get a job in it and cybersecurity so when we look at the certification we have to remember that security plus as an entry level certification exam it was released in two thousand two and it's updated every three years it assesses the baseline or core technical skills required to secure networks software hardware devices essentially it teaches you the basics to securing anything that's attached to a network or the internet. It's a broad range of cybersecurity skills as you can imagine. A any skills are used for high performance on the job so people are coming to take security plus because it proves that they can do the job and employers will know that they could get the job done so the it certification in general is very valuable also security plus appears nearly ten percent of all job ads in the united states and right now sixteen percent of the entire workforce has security plus and we have millions of people who have taken our commttiee exams around the globe. In the last three years. There have been a lot of changes in cybersecurity. Probably all aware of the industry continues to grow their continued to be more jobs available. There continued to be not enough people to fill those jobs and in fact in some cases employers are looking to icy certifications employers are looking to it certifications in lieu of a college degree. Four jobs. That are hard to hire for. They would rather hire someone with the bachelor degree and assert if they could but in this day and age or enough phenomenal time of human history.

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'P' is for Passion

Sprinkled with Hope

09:14 min | 10 months ago

'P' is for Passion

"I are bringing tia today. The letter p from our hope series which is passion. So how do we find our passion. How do we do that. I kind of want to go back to one of our guests that we've had on our show and pre kumar who was from india and she brought up something really really cool and she said if you wanna have passion. Take money out of the equation and seriously. Is that not the truth there. What zinc about keith. About what you guys would do or what you could accomplish if money just was not it right like you took money out shane. What would you do. What what kind of things would you take. Part in i would travel. Yeah exactly and so. Would i write because that. I'm totally passionate about traveling. And so i just want you guys to to think about that. What kind of things would you do if if money was not a factor in it wasn't in the equation so Gary voinea check. The often is called gary v. 'cause a lot of people can't pronounce last night but he's an american belarussian entrepreneur and he said skills are cheap. Passion is priceless and that was really cool because yeah we can learn a skill and it's pretty easy to to get right but how hard is it to get passion and keep that passion and and let it continue to drive you and i think that's that's really it. What i wanted to talk about was the word passion. And i looked into it a little bit and from its if you look at it from greek and latin meaning. It's to suffer and i thought that's interesting to suffer means passion. But think about it when you had when you're developing your passion. Whatever it is you have in order to build that passion. It's gonna come with a cost. It's going to come with some suffering. You know you might. It might take you forever to find your passion. But i just thought that was so fascinating that the were the word in greek and latin means to suffer and i think we have to go through some suffering to get to our passion Let me give you an example. So we love to travel. We talk about that a lot. But i didn't growing up i didn't we didn't travel a whole lot I had to learn that. That was my passion. Sometimes i can't live out. My passion can't travel every weekend. Because i don't have enough money but so i have to suffer through some of that in order to see my passion through. I just thought that was so fascinating fascinating to to see it from that side or that perspective the other side is the passion that we typically think about which is an intense enthusiasm towards something or a compelling desire to do something that that's my passion of traveling is just that i love to do it I don't think i was born with it. I don't think anybody is born with any passion. You have to find it within you know. When i was growing up a little child i loved to play soccer. I had baseball cards at collected. Had garbage pail kids. And i when i was thinking about this. I remember sitting at the table with grammy and talking about dodger baseball. She would be reading the newspaper and she'd be. Hey you know about this player this player and she taught me to be passionate about dodger baseball and still lives within me today. i can't see as many dodger games as i want to live Especially right now. But i love taking my family to dodger stadium and it brings me back to my childhood when we sat in the stadium watching ron say and steve garvey dusty baker and all of those phenomenal players that she allowed me to see the passion in dodger baseball. That i have today Now you know it could be. A people could have a passion for animals or art or hobbies like dancing or singing or writing or yoga. anything. But i don't believe that we are born with that. I think we have to develop it. And we have to go through that suffering like they're talked about to develop that passion. Howard thurman was an american author philosopher and educator in civil rights leader and. He said this. Don't worry about what the world needs ask. What makes you come alive and do that. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive. And i think that cannot be more true than it is right now. They we see so many people that are not coming alive. They're just going through life. Just almost robotically and i think if we have something that we're passionate about anything hopefully you can hear it in our voice when we talk about travel and that passion that really is a passion of ours and if we if we don't focus too much on what the world needs and what we think the world needs and that we come alive. We're going to be much more passionate simply about living life. I love that you brought up grammy. 'cause she she is an awesome individual and Sad that i can't spend as much time with her anymore. Obviously because she's passed on but She i think you brought up that in my life. One of the things that grammy was super passive passionate about was swimming and she. I'll never forget. She was the one that taught me how to swim. Grammy was a fish and so she was super passionate about the water. I mean grammy was passionate about a lot of things right. And i think that's where some of our passion comes from is from the some of the things that she taught us and i think that's why shane and i really love to swim so much. 'cause grammy would. We would always swim whether that was in the ocean or in her pool that she had in her backyard. But we would all i. I swear every time. I saw drama we were. She was always swimsuit and we were swimming. Yep that's what. I remembered so i i. I think that's true is it's like find something that you really love and i think a lot of times. It's like going back to your childhood. What is that thing that you did as a child that you don't do now that you're passionate about and then what's stopping you from continuing those things. Shane and i love dodger baseball. We got that from grammy. We also love swimming. We got that from grammy when we were kids and so i think a lot of times. It's about you know what what was it when you were a child. And why aren't you doing that thing. Now what what is stopping you from having that passion. I think passion is like a fire. That's with inside you rate the just. Nobody can extinguish and that. You don't want to extinguish it. Can night that fire and let it burn within you. i also want to bring up something That i was thinking about too as i was thinking about passion I think it kind of goes back to Another episode that we recorded with benita condie. And she said this in an. I think it has to do with passionate as well as that when we put our blinders on is that thing. We're passionate about just right here. And we can't see it. We can't we just have to take these blinders off to to be able to see that thing where we're passionate about typically. It's right in front of you. So if you don't have a passion or can't find warner of wondering how do i get more passion. It might just be right in front of you. You just have to open that fear up a little bit maybe to find that passion that theme that you're super super passionate about yup. I think often too often. We get comfortable in our comfort zone and we think well. We don't need passion in order to live and i would strongly disagree. I think we that's why we're talking about passion that's why it's part of our hope series because we strongly believe that in order to live life and come alive. You have to have something you're passionate about. It doesn't have to be many things it can but if you're passionate about one thing then it's going to help you So have you ever thought about your passion being something a tool to motivate and inspire others. Think about that.

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GameStop mania explained: How the Reddit retail trading crowd ran over Wall Street pros

Tim Conway Jr.

04:46 min | 11 months ago

GameStop mania explained: How the Reddit retail trading crowd ran over Wall Street pros

"This game Stop. It might be a really scary trend. And people might lose a lot of money here, huh? Here's what it is. It's much more complicated in this. But right now, basically what games stop shared the trading on Wall Street and some other stocks to has nothing to do with the companies. It is a war. It's a war between Main Street retail investors against Wall Street fat cat hedge funds and through things like Read it. Now enough, retail investors have been able to gather together and create a force that they could put the screws to these hedge funds, which have been shorting stocks. And make the fat cats pay. That's really what it's about These red it, folks. It had a bit more complicated Start which I won't but what it is right now. And a O. C by the way, and Elizabeth Warren are now backing them, along with the long bus, which is just makes my mind go nuts. They're basically saying, you fat cat Hedge funds on Wall Street have made so much money with your back room meetings where you're gonna short cos I won't explain how that all works. But basically you're betting on companies to fail so that you could make money. We're going to get together and we're gonna buy, buy buy, And as the share price goes up, you lose. Potentially billions of dollars. Huh? Huh? Huh? But he's not. I mean, not shorting but didn't like Romney do something like that, where him and his company would take over companies and they would borrow or spend off of their credit and then bankrupt the company, the company I don't know if Romney did it, but certainly that has been in the past What these hedge funds have done, and this is perfectly legal. They take a short position they without explaining how you're short a stock. They're basically betting that a company is not going to go well do well and that a stock price world will fall. But Elon Musk has been doing battle with the short sellers on Tesla for years, and by the way, they have lost their shirts. Yeah, He's the test list. Stocks insane, and he's been taunting them all the way up. And so now these these, it's like one of our anchors described it as occupy Wall Street. Not with money. Well, that's interesting. But Jane, don't the people that bought you know all the people on Reddit and all the you know the day traders. They don't have a ton of money. Maybe they have, like, you know, 10 $15,000 in the market, whatever. And they bought a lot of you know these stocks that are being shorted like Gamestop Gamestop today, don't they have A real You know, horrible chance of losing money because that stock is gonna go down. Yes. So look, Um, but that's all of them. It's free market. You have smart people who are getting in and out of her mouth. Paula, Half a Tia, who wants to run for governor of California was one of these who jumped in and said, Yeah, he's a Silicon Valley guy was part of the Gavin news on buying. I'm buying Well, then he comes on our air today and says, You have already got rid of my position. So he made a killing. But this, you know somebody who's maybe not sophisticated and that's all right. You know, It's your right. If you want to go out and lose your money you're now you bought it at you know, 3 50 or whatever, By the way, game stop is now after hours down 2 to 92. So it's given starting to the sell off is beginning whether you know people buy on the dips. Tomorrow it goes back up. We don't know. Same with AMC Entertainment, the theater industry Here's a funny thing, Tim. These people are trying to stick it to the man by by making these guys who are short squeezing them so that they lose so much money. They gotta cover their shorts. They gotta buy stock. All this craziness driving the stock price higher. Who's really benefiting from this? The man's man be really, really rich people who say they're not short of this doctor. Here's a perfect example. Tootsie Roll. Role has become one of these Reddit chat room. Let's buy it took to roll cause these hedge funds have a short position on it, you know, is benefiting the 88 year old matriarch, this woman Who is like what? The stock's done nothing for 20 years, and now it's up 50%. I'm worth $200 million more than I was a week ago. She's benefiting not your job blow on Main Street, right? But there was again. Jane Wells is with us. There was a there was a guy in Florida. Alone $72 million where the game stop. And you know this morning or yesterday when he woke up. He was worth $72 million, and today's were $3.5 billion Man, I sure hope he

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How Do Volunteers, Donors, Funders & Sponsors Work with Creating IT Futures

Technologist Talk

04:38 min | 11 months ago

How Do Volunteers, Donors, Funders & Sponsors Work with Creating IT Futures

"Let's start by refreshing our understanding of the creating futures mission. Have you made any alterations. Have you tweaked in ways has evolved. We believe that technology careers should be open to anyone who has an interest in the field and you know every study ever about diversity says that a lack of it leads to a lack of productivity leads to a lack of innovation so there's a real incentive for the industry and for businesses themselves to take the ship issue had on this been a consistent problem in the it field for so long. Just just trying to do what we can to fix that. That's really our mission. And we have programs for youth programs for adults for women for people of color veterans. So that we can change the landscape. That's really think of the crux of our mission at creating anti futures. There's no shortage of the unemployed underemployed and underrepresented demographics who have an interest and a real talent for the work. They just need an organization to give them a leg up and that's really what our mission is. When we say that these careers should be open to anyone. Who's interested in it. We recognize there are some barriers that may be preventing those groups of people from entering the field. Could you elaborate a little bit more on that. I know there's been some research done by com tia and by creating future that illuminates this point. One of those stats. That stuck out to me right away. Is that sixty. Eight percent of organizations have had challenges in building a diverse workforce which includes retention right and a majority of these organizations that say that they'd be willing to try new approach with these organizations are willing to try new approach. Well we have great proven approach. Ready to go our. It ready program is two-thirds people of color in the program. Assesses at trains certify provides placement assistance. So i'm the programs were there. It's ready for them to use. And the second reason that i'd say our mission is more important than ever is is that there's a pipeline problem right with it regarding diversity. Everybody kind of knows this like women people of color. They're discouraged by our culture from pursuing a career in. It often even by the time they get to high school. So programs like tech roles are directly combating this pipeline issue that companies are facing now and i think by targeting middle school age kids. They're tackling the problem before it can even take place. Let is an excellent segue to bring alicia into the conversation here now expect most listeners. Understand the meaning of being a tear in quotes giving of their time to support a cause but sometimes terms are tossed around donors sponsor and partner and they seem to be used fluidly by some organizations alicia in your outreach for tech girls. How do you pitch volunteering. How do you help. Tech professionals see programs such as tech shops tech. Todd's as different in a very very full and robust field of opportunities to give back especially as we close a challenging year and start a new one with shirley more hurdles to come. How have you volved your pitched volunteers. How do you help them see the light. Volunteering with tech roles is very rewarding and it always has been rewarding previous to you know the hurdles of transitioning virtually as well And we see that feedback directly from our volunteers that participate in our programs. Just serve first time getting involved. They're like wow. I realize the impact. I was going to have in being part of a program such as tech roles but just getting to actually see how inspired the girls are definitely gets them even more excited. And that's why we always say being nervous to volunteer for something like this and working with youth Can can seem like a challenge in itself but jumping in. you'll see that you're inspiring and empowering the next generation of women to explore the possibilities in technology but in addition to that rewarding feeling that you get As a tech professional you're also given the opportunity to build your marketable skills like public speaking teaching and techno know-how and also expanding your network wild teaching these fun hands on workshops alongside others in the tech industry and there's many ways to volunteer and we really feel like that helps with our pitch and engagement with new volunteers across the country.

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A wild and whimsical world of flesh-eating plants

Science Friction

05:11 min | 1 year ago

A wild and whimsical world of flesh-eating plants

"Pretty much up ended all of our lives before covid nineteen. I got to travel to the perth hills in search of some beautiful flesh-eating beings so it's a warm dry day in calamander national park with bright blue sky above yellow worth crunchy underfoot the yellowish shrub. Whole yes we go. Yes laura and i are looking for something special in the bush it's tiny but shawnee and so it should catch season dawn. These the ninetieth be baltimore. Rare impression. s- potential specimens not. Oh that's a tremendous one. So this is Dresser a guy again tia and it's named because it's pretty giant. He's that's about fifty sixty centimeters high. Yeah and it's like a little mini. trae it is. Yeah like these are. Actually the leaves the plan. Yeah so the the flowers are up the very top here. Just in bad i think at the moment but the leaves are they do look like a flower bill. Little son to me and so it's a little pad that is surrounded by sticky hairs and what you'll notice it on some of them. The sticky has wrapped around into the center and now Can you see the little sort of bug remains in the middle there and then others are out ready to catch something new so hi. My name's lois gates. And i'm a botanist from western australia. And i'm doing my phd on plants but this young botanist has an alter-ego floor escapes. Yes so that's my twitter and instagram. Flora 'cause laura and i'm all about plants so more than that laura aka florus gates is all about plots that ate flesh. We always tend to kind of chris. Plante picked it up these sort of managing monsters aliens from outer space it. It goes out. If got dave the little shop of horrors that sort of thing or a new car and killed but it even goes back much earlier than that. It's not for the greater glory of science. I just want us to survive. Even a botanist said there was the story of a gemini explorer in the madagascan john. Google is it a plant coming across this atrocious cannibal tree central nervous system which had these serpent like branches which captured a woman and coiled. Its branches around and around. There is actually the atrocious kind of betray or if anyone's going to find it maybe that just not come back all that don't usually pull themselves out of the ground chase you. He sees the depiction of this atrocious tree. It looks so much like a dresser in the way that it's those separate like branches the sticky glands dresser and the way that they wrap around and coil around the pool. Woman is the same way that these dresser wrap around the insect pry. But yeah they. They always get painted as these vicious preaches. I do tend to notice that. A lot of the time the victims in these stories Women don't like that aspect. Yeah there's a whole gender story to be talked about here. I think definitely. And i mean often when we talk about verse plants. We often hear about charles. Darwin because dow indeed right the first scientific book all about kind of verse. Plants gave the first scientific evidence that they are actually able to capture and digest insect prey. But there's been a lot of amazing women who have also contributed to converse plant science and our understanding of ecology throughout history and. I'm really interested in their stories as well. And so am i this week. We are in wnba which incredibly is home to up to a third of the world's converse plant species. I wanna find out why that eason have. I've managed to survive in such an intense environment and knicks. Week got totally caught up in a saga full of twists and turns and tendrils about the life of just one congresswoman. We're gonna venture from hilltop home of an internationally renowned joola share. He wanted the all the glory for himself. I really can't go into the mind of charles gardner but he said he did. Not mother might lot very difficult for him. We'll head deep into the heart of a magnificent end museum for plants. So we're entering a quarantined area. Okay hidden on stays now.

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"tia" Discussed on The Collected Podcast

The Collected Podcast

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"tia" Discussed on The Collected Podcast

"Do that it is. It is our greatest honor to engage in this ministry and we can't wait to see what the lord has in store and twenty twenty one. There are some of you listening who have been faithful to give and pray for four years. Now we i know and we just can't believe that The lured has his continued. This thing this long and we know that that there's even more to come. Just what do you have to say about our into your campaign this year. any thoughts. Well it's exciting. It's a little bit different this year because we did receive our nonprofit status in twenty twenty. One huge thing that tia accomplished this year. With filing for that getting us approved So any gifts that you have given this year. Starting at the beginning of the year in june june. June june And moving forward are tax deductible. So we'll send you know year end giving statement and all of that so if you need a little extra incentive there you go. Yeah that's so true. And i'm so glad you remember to say that this nonprofit life is not unfamiliar but it is new to us justin. I have always been involved in nonprofit work but it is new to kind of have our own to sustain and so just. I'm so grateful for stepping up to be the the chairlady of our board of directors. We have just the small very supportive prayerful board and i just. I'm grateful for you when i want to say publicly friends. You've no idea. What jess does folk like did ministries behind the scenes and how invaluable she is and i'm so grateful to have you as a partner in this. So thank you for your. Yes thank you for your brain child. That i can say yes to thank you lord for res. I wasn't my idea. So oh one final thing i wanted to offer. I did this last year and some of our patrons up on it And i want to offer it again this.

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"tia" Discussed on The Collected Podcast

The Collected Podcast

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"tia" Discussed on The Collected Podcast

"You know the the one thing. About god's promises is they are sure there is nothing unsure or an or anything breakable about his promises in the word and i think that that's something he's really shown me about his character and his character is sure and unchanging this year and as i kind of studied promises i think one of the main things i i took from the word is realizing our role that we have a role to play and and i talk about this a little bit in my interview with hannah. Brench which drops in two weeks But thinking about you know so many places in the word promises are phrased. If you fill in the blank. I will so god saying he will do something if he says he'll do it he'll do. It is preceded by if you do your part if you keep my commands if you remain faithful to me i will be faithful to you. Whatever the promises to so. So so many instances of this. And so i think it really awakened me to Role in my own destiny that we each have a part to play. And seeing god's promises played out in our lives And so that's been pretty powerful for me. Even if it's i just reflect back over this year. As i was saying like i almost have a little bit of regret that i didn't. You can't see my air quotes. If you're not watching the video but like make the most of the year from a ministry standpoint. But i think he sees it that way. No i really don't also either. And and so but i do see places. Where had i been a little more proactive. Things could have played out differently. Nog saying that. I in any way control. His will but It's just been an interesting thing for me to kind of look back on and to think about As i reflect. And then i think my word neck for next year is vitality. Ooh i know k. Into that for us. So vitality came in prayer at the flourish kenya annual board meeting and no it was the collected board meeting it was christopher blaylock the founder of flourish kenya we had to board meetings in the span of a few days and so i got confused but she as she prayed for me she kept using this word vitality like it was a divine drop of this is what the lord wants for you. Tia and so it kind of struck me in the moment like i think this might be my word and as i kept looking into it. The definition is the state of being strong and active having energy and the power giving continuance of life present in all living things and i heard the lord say come to life again as i was studying it and i feel like that's what i need. I had my my sweet friend pastor. Julia watson Asked how she could pray for a few months ago..

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"tia" Discussed on The Collected Podcast

The Collected Podcast

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"tia" Discussed on The Collected Podcast

"Would be flood But a reframing and kind of reclaiming of that Where like the thing that was sent to destroy can also be at thing of like. Cleansing renewal am at You know kind. Of digging into the story of the flood and the bible and how destructive that was and yet god's promises out of that maybe also claiming god's promise that he won't send another flood on me by no. That's not a personal promise. That's a global promise. But you know. I'd be happy if this didn't happen to go your climat. Yeah i'm but also just praying for an overflow flooding of the holy spirit and I know i think like. I haven't dug into it too deeply but i feel like there could be a lot there and just the significance of water throughout the bible and different way us That it's used so that might be mazing starting point and then we'll see where that leads as dig into that and your were this year was wonder right. Yeah and that didn't turn out how i expected right but wider. I've wondered a lot like keilor what you do in here. I expected it to be more wonder like in awe of all the good things that were coming. My way was it was. Yeah there were a lot of really really beautiful moments this year And i love that. Were ending the year. Doing the scott erickson advent. Because it's all about rediscovering. The wonder of the christmas story. And yes it's like the reality of what happened and the implications for us today and So it's been good to kind of finish the year with wonder again but a new perspective on it and remembering that the true wonder of walking with the lord. Is the christmas story what he did. When he came to earth for us and life he lived. And i mean that's The most wonderful thing moment is wonderful. Ha here you're welcome listeners. Yes so my word. This year was promise.

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"tia" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business

Hey Moms in Business

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"tia" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business

"Hear her inspirational story about how she made a huge leap of faith this year. You're gonna love her. So let's get started angela. Fazio is an industry powerhouse. Who oversees forty thousand home sold and nine billion in production as kristin cantrell is one of the nation's most complex team leaders helping thousands of still their businesses. They are passionate about their meeting. Had power date our next episode starts. Now hi guys hi grew. First of all welcome beautiful cokes kristin cantrell. I am so glad always do this with you. One of my best friends ever and then interdicting tia. Hello how are you today. I am doing amazing cannot combine it all day today already. Yes absolutely so. Tell us a little bit about yourself. So my name is moses. I am a louisiana made of. I am currently located in georgia movie about twelve years ago. I am a mother of three actually. Or i have a bali sinus. Well and i've been a real fight or about three years only Faithful about two years. i am married to an amazing guy. He is actually a youth pastor. Am yes oh best. Kind of who. I am yeah. I'm excited i actually stock you on instagram. And why i wanted to talk with. You is because that shirt over but it said my marriage is doubt you should run today. I'm talking. I'm gonna get it. You know it's awesome about you. T is when you light your acid about him. I love it. Yes yes yes. I absolutely together. We'll be married twelve years. We've been together. Bow with seventeen years. That's awesome and smile like that. I love it s. That's my best friend. We're actually best friends. I can honestly say that. So when you guys see this shirt the bringing up it says my marriages dope. What ends that about like. Your guys is like separate you have company. Or what is it if actually not actually it is a good friend of our so we had never had like merits. Coaching or counseling. Anything like that. So this year we decided to ally marriage coaching. Because you know we never we just. We met young five buildings as i was like eighteen years old so we decided to go down that road. It's been amazing. So those are our coaches t-shirts back off but when you said Love that. I was like let me go ahead and order it quick so i love it because chris knows me for years but one of my most passionate subjects is marriage like bad one and now i'm in a perfect one you know and how you've been with your husband since you were eighteen years later in your leg and i love the like you guys have a coach named like you. Go to counseling when you're in trouble but you really having coached dryer. Marriages like a genius. Idea listen it has changed my entire perspective. I think of. You don't know what you don't know so begins to go down a path and we make decisions to do it at all. We don't know what to expect but they are really awesome and we prefer that we know all of our friends so them as well and it's been very very helpful on our marriage. I mean we were already very very close but now it's is just amazing so thankful that we decided though is doing not doing so then before we get tyrrell's eight you have to tell everybody what would be your your number one piece of marriage advice you how to get one. I want like three. Give us however. Many our remit always remain friends allowed to date often but i just say remained friends. All mainframes was that you and your spouse can always come each other about any in everything. I would say always thanked time for yourself. It is okay. It is normal And what else would i say joy. Reid enjoy things happen. You're not perfect spouse is not perfect so things come up with this enjoy. The process trust the process. Enjoy the ride. good advice. i love that. I tell i tell women everywhere like you have to do. Say you need to date your husband. That is so active. They can be in the backyard. It doesn't have to be anything you know. And then the other thing is I think that. I think that jesus christ shows his grace and mercy and give us an example when you have godly marriage. It's like you just experienced forgiveness and grace and Taxation and all of these things at the bible talks about how god is in. That's in the marital relationships so i don't know i'm so happy no you and moves in. There is what you have first. So i'm world what happened. I literally was looking at your page when night about one o'clock in the morning and may go their business name. I had crank prosser case before. And i said just pull up their business and i pulled up and say revelation rose things they release rather state of that. Okay it sounds like a group of believers. Did you have me. Years literally ran nothing. It was one of your by those you said. I think that we are believers something to say those finished in our last share my husband. I don't know why god is showing me this building. The building is amazing. Guy was basically saying. I need to pay attention to business for reason while the very next day you were in my inbox and i see to make it up. And i say. I worry admit my. I had already seen my fault snapshot of picture a reclamation real estate in my inbox the next day so i am. I am so thankful that now. You don't know what it is. I don't know but it's something. I don't know. I have to tell you something so i worked with the angela for five years. Now i will tell you. There are so many stories. Like this. And i'm like write a book. I love it like it is insane so many people like you can see how god has put them into yongle of life. Anaheim ducks live. It's it's amazing and i had no. I never like. I said it was nothing is it was the strangest thing but i know it was a reason in our out thank might already next big taste guy. What are you doing here. What is this a bathroom when you message by wearing you located by wouldn't let's get into your because i love your story so first of all people you're looking at a woman who has been doing real estate quote unquote part time but does more business than most full frame agent so talk to us a little bit about that so with this johnny. I always knew. I wanted to do real estate. My mom always reminds me as a child. We will be taken.

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"tia" Discussed on The Collected Podcast

The Collected Podcast

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"tia" Discussed on The Collected Podcast

"Welcome to season two episode thirty of the collected. Podcast is our final episode of this season and it is our second anniversary as always i am joined by our producer and co host jess beyond ohio jess. Hey tia good to be back. i'm good. I can't believe we've been at it for two years now at the podcast and i'm very excited To kind of reflect today and talk about some things got his taught us over the past two years. Well you are a producer extraordinaire and you had a wonderful idea for this week's episode or you tell us a little bit about what you had in mind and why. We decided to to skip the guests this week. Yes yes so this time last year almost to the day we were on a women's retreat with an amazing group of women from new song church in the mountains and it was such a powerful time. Holy spirit moved in incredible ways and we thought such big things were ahead for us with retreat in two thousand twenty. Yep big things. We're heading twenty twenty. It just didn't involve retreats and so we whack on where we're at now and realize the last retreat we did was the one a year ago in the mountains and I was just reading through the content of what we shared at that retreat and realizing still how fresh it feels and how powerful it is for where we are today especially in dealing with hope versus hopelessness and duffner remembering who we are in the lord and all of these very foundational beliefs of the and i believe the body of christ and so we thought what a great way to round out our second year and just to give you this content from that retreat As our podcast family. We want to share this with you. Free of charge retreat necessary a very condensed version. Yes so normally. This would be a three day event. But i've just pulled one section of something that i feel like god laid on my heart to re share and Now so i hope it. It encourages you today. I hope you learned something new and should we just dive right into it. Dive and this is such good stuff. Okay i hope so so here. We go So i'm sharing today from second samuel nine one through thirteen so at this time david king of israel. He's taken over after saul and saul had one son named jonathan. Who was david's best friend and so at this point in the story david comes to his advisors and says is there no one left from jonathan's family that i can honor Which that in itself was a very odd request because typically in this time and the ancient near east new king came to power he would destroy everyone from the past kings family because they would be considered a threat the old dynasty would if they were still alive would be conspiring to rise up and try and regain control for their family so typically.

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Happy 40th Kim Kardashian

Daily Pop

06:29 min | 1 year ago

Happy 40th Kim Kardashian

"Hey everyone. It is Kim Kardashian West fortieth birthday. We're kicking off the party right here right now on daily Pop Justin is out today's Morgan and I are joined by Kisha Knight Polio he's an actress kick ass mom and of course you know her from house of pain and as Rudy from the cosby show Kisha we're so happy you're joining us. Thank you so much for having me. We have so much to get to today we're going to be celebrating throughout the entire show you're going to hear from Kim's famous family. We're GONNA read breaking down Kim's most shocking moments and we cannot talk about him without talking about fashion. They go hand in hand the celebration is going on all day here on e- with the keeping up with the Kardashians marathon and Kim's fortieth birthday special that airs tonight at ten PM. The first Kim has always been an open book and she's made plenty of surprising confessions along the way watch this. You should just be who you are say what you want entrepreneur makeup mogul wife's mother and all around boss I'm going to do whatever I want Kim K. West confessed. There isn't anything she's afraid to do and her mind she has done it all and her crazy confessions don't stop there I. Love it during a livestream. Qna Kim admitted problem member of the Mile High Club she wants had sex in a public movie theater she goes commando almost all of the time wave TMI and she's still owns though seventy five, thousand dollar diamond earrings made her totally lose it. We Know Kim has been working on getting her law degree, but it sounds like she's mixing a little business with pleasure in a new questionnaire for e she revealed she likes a shot of Tequila with a cheeser when she said he's life with about being happy and when she's not hitting the books, she's heading gym her morning ritual includes a five fifty am start time to work sweat. Obviously, all that hard work has done a body. Good. It's not easy at all, but it's not all work and no play her favorite thing to do during her downtime. Text people with lots of glitter sparkle emojis. You could probably guess who he's in contact with most family I no matter what Kimmy also confessed she likes to treat yourself to a little. TV. But the mom of four go to guilty pleasures aren't exactly what you'd expect. I need your help help MTV's catfish is at the top of our list or she likes to unwind with some hoarders on a any. Other crazy Kim Confessions. Everything is always so public. She claims her hidden talent is smelling cavities and there's one celebrity whose beauty left her starstruck. No need to share Kim loves you. She's proved over and over and over again it's just a vibe and the confessions don't stop there. Kim told people she has models drowned her clothes so she can plan outfits in advance and she's spray tans her scalp. So her middle part has that extra glow. Oh that's a good ted. Have, for years, wargin timoth favorite Kim moment all my God. This is the hardest question I've been asked all year producers brought this up yesterday I'm like, how am I going choose but I think it has to be and I know Chris over this but it has to be when she's taking fees when chloe is on the way to jail like that's just know psychotic Kim to me it is it never gets old it so delusional and it's just amazing and why we fell in love with her in the first place it's the best it's that's definitely one of my top wants Kisha what am I okay I'm I'm going to go on the other end of the spectrum you know Kim. been doing things for a long time but you know I have to say it's all of the work that she's been doing to get convicted. Felons out of prison. The fact that she's taking a completely different turn and really helped us her platform to to affect people's lives in a positive way. One hundred percent. That's that's a really huge one and I'm going to it back to something a lot more superficial. I got. My favorite moment is when we just saw in that lovely package, Kim crying over her diamond earrings because honestly girls I relate if I had seventy thousand dollars, diamond earrings and I lost one that's probably exactly how I would react I've had mad but got ensure your jewels have to China and. Ensure those goals. All right. Well, caves fashion has changed so much over the years. So we're going to go deep into the archives. Take a look at Kim style evolution Ooh can really I am be our L. Y. Kardashian. K.. A. R. D. A. S. H. I. A.. Look. Very nice where do you win? Gucci and Jimmy, Choo Shoes and Louis. Vitton back to mix it up a little bit him style started out young and fun experimenting with Different Designers Have Wearing A. Skirt and a La Perla top a wonderful. Share. That'd be the not shoes I want to find something that is young and fun and fresh but still you know how classy and conservative this is my. She transformed into a sophisticated ladies setting the trends that posing Christian Louis, Vuitton he also, I'm wearing Eliah and Lorraine Schwartz I weren't accustomed gown I'm wearing our Kardashian collection leggings put this big waistband. To do we have favor Lon Max Mara when she became apparent this hot mama put her curves front and center. This is John Paul Go. Ta and I love her sparkly. It was it is. And you know I love it I just wanted to really go for it and be kind of like a robot a Blinky Sexy Robot I'm wearing address from revolve. Long Sleeve and it's hot out here. But whatever looks good. It was distressed by Rick Win. All made this for me and I love it him. You'll trade who you wearing. Where we wearing this evening, I'm wearing Vivienne Westwood now. has become so economy or calling it the Kim effect. This

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WHO: Letting virus spread to reach herd immunity is "unethical"

Monocle 24: The Briefing

07:25 min | 1 year ago

WHO: Letting virus spread to reach herd immunity is "unethical"

"As the covid nineteen pandemic has been sucked ever further. into. The deeply tedious culture wars polarizing many Western democracies they gathering climate has been made on behalf of so called herd immunity. This is the fairy which holds that if nature is permitted to take its course, within reason, sufficient antibodies will be distributed among the populace to reduce the viruses spread to a manageable kroll. The World Health Organization has now sat emphatically upon this view who chief Ted, Ross Cabrera's calling herd immunity scientifically, and ethically problematic one joined with more by Dr. Chris Smith. Our Health and science correspondent also virologist Cambridge University. Chris, he calls it scientifically and ethically problematic I. Think the ethical problem is pretty easy to spot, which is that you know a great many people would need to die. What's the actual scientific problem here if you would just taking a brutally utilitarian approach? Well I think really it's a lack of knowledge the moment we think that about ten percent of the world's population. So perhaps even as many as a billion people rounds bit more than ten percent have had the infection, but we don't know, and the reason we don't know is because in order to work out with people have had it or not we have to do antibody tests and antibodies. And you can think of this as the analogy is a bit like footprints left in the snow when you've had an infection, a person who has had it and cleared it no longer has any virus detect, but the footprints of the vars having been there all the antibodies left in your immune response. If you take those antibodies, that's a sure fire marker, you must have encountered whatever the infection is that you're interested in the problem is that it's not clear to us that when we test people for antibodies, all we rarely detecting all the people that have really been infected or have. We missed some have we missed. A few are more people responding in ways where they might antibodies the we're looking for. We just don't know at the moment. So scientifically, we don't really know what we're tackling here. We don't know what the long term consequences of coronavirus infection are. They may be trivial. They may not at least for proportion of people there is this phenomenon dubbed. Long Cove where people have post infection, inflammatory syndromes and symptoms that can go on for months. Now, we don't know what fraction of the population get that or whether certain people are more susceptible to that younger people older people we don't know. So scientifically, medically, there are issues here. If we understood the thing completely you'd say, well, we know exactly what we're getting into. Sign. On the dotted line or not whereas with this, it's a black box. We don't know what's inside on the subject of understanding things completely where are you on the UK's most recent? Of restrictions lay his TIA's and levels. The U. K. seeking to make things clearer because they've been criticisms levelled at the government for having rules that people not even prime minister. An Very Scottish MP's can remember, and as a result, this is leading to confusion transgressions and that's translating into more spread of the virus. So in order to gain a tighter grip on the virus, the outbreaks in various parts of the country, this tiered system has been introduced to on tier two tier three also dubbed medium high, very high risk and the idea is that everybody across. The country has a baseline of medium risk and so anybody who's not in special restrictions at the moment is medium but in other parts of the country where there are special measures needed, you have this way of escalating up to high risk and the threshold is said to be one hundred per hundred thousand people in the population who are affected in order to trigger that escalation and I think part of this is not just that the people everywhere know where they stand they know how prepare for if they're area becomes. A higher risk area local planners can put in place policies but also means that more control can be potentially devolved to local authorities and local actors because there, there's a lot of knowledge on the ground are very skilled people in public health and so on who could work more strategically locally and I think some of these measures do open the door to more of that kind of thing. But again, it's it's produced the usual anticipated reaction of people. As I'm away confused today blame them people are confused there's lots of. Uncertainty and no one likes this sort of change when you've just got used to work in one way and then morals come in and people are obviously trying to to make sense of how exactly this is or isn't going to work the thing that would of course stops or savers from having to try and understand what the government is telling. US would be a vaccine in has been bad news I guess on that front, which is Johnson and Johnson suspending trials of their vaccine. Do we know why that happened? Nobody's worth bearing in mind that this happens all the time. When we're developing drugs, foams, companies go into the drug development vaccine manufacturing process expecting to fail ninety percent of the time not because they're not good at what they do. It's because they're very good at what they do that they succeed ten percent of the time, but it's a very tough. Challenge with very rigorous standards and west safety is an absolute priorities of red line that you can't cross safety and ethics. So as soon as you have a trial running if there's anything untoward, the the safe thing to do that point is you hope the trial you investigate and you appoint somebody independent of the trial who is an independent observer who will Come, in they would appraise the situation and then they'll cite note we can. We can say this is not because of the drug this is because of natural occurrences something you can resume your trial but on safety grounds, you always hope thing investigate and then make a decision and this happens a lot to happen to Astra Zeneca a couple of months ago. A month or so ago with with their co vaccine and investigators came end, they found that there were cases reported. There was a new case of a of a condition transverse lightest, which is an inflammatory condition of the central nervous system. They were able to say, well, because this happened sporadically in the population, there's no reason to suspect that this was caused. By the vaccine in this case. So we'll resume the trial. It may be that this the same will happen for. Johnson. And Johnson's vaccine trial. So is there any consensus really among you and your fellow boffins about likely timeframe for vaccine will I've asked a couple of people this one person who is working on behalf of one of the regulators to keep. Tabs on one of the vaccine projects. Another person who's actually in the finance sector has been having conversations with the pharmaceutical companies at the front runner in this and both interestingly guy very similar time windows suggesting that about of next year was the most likely time by which we would have data assuming that the data that is provided are provided shows. The vaccines work I mean. Let's assume that because that's a big. If an it's necessary if assuming everything works, then you've got to go through various checks and balances and take a lot of boxes from a safety point of view which takes time and so that's why they're saying probably midway through next year, and then there's the whole issue of WHO's going. To get vaccinated because in a report in the Financial Times last week Kate. Bingham who's the vaccine taskforce lead said an acknowledged that about thirty million people are front runners for receiving vaccines. But where does that leave the other thirty five, million not? No, no information has been provided. Yes. On on what the government strategy is going to be.

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Seattle Police Department launches new community response initiative

Tom and Curley

15:47 min | 1 year ago

Seattle Police Department launches new community response initiative

"You? Sounds like you were outside somewhere. Just let's play. Guess where Hannah is. Boiler room. Let's have secret, hidden location. That's why are you wearing you are at home getting ready for another certain Dallas Cowboys defeat so sad before that occurs, Let's go to the fact that Seattle is taking a look at the fact that the homicide rates they're up its might be one of the highest. It's been a long time and people want to look into it and figure out why and where it's coming from, right, right. There's definitely a lot going on in that arena couple. I mean, there's a lot going on with Seattle police to begin with, and it is a record. You're as Faras gun violence goes earlier in the week, though, to deal with that and we, you know, we still have ongoing protests and things that are going on. Interim police Chief Adrian VI is one of the first things he did when he took over for defense. Was he switched 100 patrol. I'm sorry officers and detectives who were in specialty units. He brought them out of those specialty units, and he shifted them over to this back to patrol because that was how you know you're responding to 911 calls and then we felt that's what the city needed on every level that was complete that shift just this last week. Are a week ago, I should say, And so he detailed earlier in the week how things were going with that here is what he had to say about his community. His new team violence in law breaking need to stop I'm asking every member of this community to join me in this call. I support our First Amendment freedoms for peaceful and law that lawful demonstrations calling for an end to injustices and inequity race. That's that's from violence, or I didn't label my cuts, right. Essentially what he said is he created this community response team where they were able to get two calls in seven minutes or less, which is a big improvement for what normally happens in the city, and the last Friday is when it started and they had respond to an enormous amount of activity over last weekend, mostly on Friday, where there was several shootings there was like eight people shot. Two people who were killed in those shootings. There was 70 rounds just outside one elementary school. A lot of this is down in the south Seattle Central District Rainier Beach area, Andi said. said. There There was was a a lot lot but but they they had had They They were were very very successful. successful. They They made made a a difference. difference. Here's Here's what what he he said said about about that. that. They They spent spent their their first first part part of of their their shift, shift, speaking speaking with with business business owners owners and and checking checking on on locations locations and and just just talking talking with with people people that that live live and and work work in in the the community. community. This This is is a a model. model. I I want want all all of of our our patrol patrol work work to follow. Community Response group could do this because of their staffing. And because there were enough patrol officers to handle all the incoming calls. Emergency calls that we have it every moment of the day. That is why I'm pushing for more officers into patrol. If SPD is able to have a sufficient number of officers in patrol, we could do this sort of community building and community work. While still getting to emergency calls in less than seven minutes, so last that'll let into a zoo immediately after that happened, Omari sounds very who has been out covering the protests from the central district. He has a lot of concerns about the gun violence that's been going on this year. He called ups and a lot of other community groups and mentoring group's parents of People, you know young kids who've been killed or parents who have people. Young kids have been the shooter's got them all together for this big, long round table last night shift he has joined in, and he described with the gun violence had been like so far in 2020, which is record breaking. Here's what that is. Sorry here. We don't have that cut right now. Yeah, Okay, I'll tell you so it's it's a record breaking. Basically, We're on drugs just in King County. Over all, it's bad. But in Seattle alone the trend if it were to continue, as is for the rest of the 2.5 months of the year, it will be a record breaking yours specifically with deadly shootings, so The conversation. Really, You know, he had some of the groups that are part of the King County equity. Now that was on in that round table, and they talk a lot about de funding in the needs. You kind of invest in these mentor programs. But the chief, it was like everybody was on the same direction. Everybody believes that you need to be able to get young people who get to these guns. Well, before they even consider have, you know, grabbing again. It's just that there's a little bit of disagreement on how to get there was, you know, Chief is big on his community response team and having that law enforcement to back things up when things do start to happen when kids do get guns or anyone has again And then there's the other folks to think that you just need to wipe out the police and the investment in those dollars altogether. It an investment. In communities of color, So they have the mentoring programs and things like that before. Kids get a gun. Tommy, have any questions for Hanna in her? I'm just one. I just I'm just wondering this is a new interim police chief. And right now the talk. Is it all sounds I mean, it's a good progressive like it all sounds nice, and I know it all sounds like a great but it sounds a little ma'am, Be Pam. Be like, you know, it's like here's this. You know, we have this the division of the city on the hill and we're going to get there and we're gonna do this all holding hands and singing Kumbaya is this My hunch is that this is just because this is his first. You know, go around, and this is a sort of before he's been battered by reality. Hey, Khun B wishful and hopeful and idealistic. Well, maybe there might be some of that two degree. Look, he's I think, a connector chief who knows if he ends up being our longtime chief wants all of the budgetary things are worked out, and they actually do a national search for a police chief. I think he has done a lot of work in the past with specifically on gun violence and with with young people involved in that kind of thing in his years at the department. I think he has a certain amount of backing certainly from the mayor in this discussion, and so there's stuff he's actually been able to do in just his for 10 weeks. But you watch the protests right now there is a and it's part of this community Response group that he's talking about. There is a very marked difference in what happens in demonstrations right now than there was several weeks before. Really, How is Democratic? They are. It's almost like the shit that happened after during the maid is right. A couple of days. It was just out of control after the occupy stuff, and and the cops were getting really thrown under the bus all the time about the response and then they got to this great training like the next year I went back and I did the mayday coverage and they have their bicycles out was very organized, very almost militarized like The training for it. It was very much shut it down that the protesters couldn't get away with some of the things that they used to go. That's kind of the feeling I get When I look at it right now. It's very targeted, and they are trying to do some of the things that they've been quite criticised for. Not doing being very specific. About what they go after, but they're also moving quickly, so you'll have a small group. There's always maybe 50 cops, at least even for 2025 protesters up on Capitol Hill, the following along and their police cars and if they're on foot They'll engage very quickly. Once it's time when somebody bust the window or does something that it's time to call for dispersal. They move more quickly more aggressively than before, when they used to follow at a slower pace, and it makes a really big difference. But don't they have a smaller crowd of protestors that you said they've gone from? Whatever was 3 400 all the way down to 100 of them, right? Right? Yeah, it has been small. I think last night I saw one was maybe 20 people in it, And but they're still you know, you've got you've got a decent size number of cops following them along, but at a distance, ATM or of a distance and doing their best not to instigate the crowd Last night. I saw they were in there, You know SUVs following along. Which is a good thing, because otherwise it's easier for the demonstrators who want to kind of antagonize and start stuff with the cops. It's easier for them to get to them. If they're so close, you know, write a kind of face to face. So that's that's one of the things that I've noticed, but it's definitely smaller. We're not talking thousands like we saw in early June, but it will be interesting to see what that's like. When that happens, we'll be down with gentle grows and channel is now joining all most of big cities right with the increase in homicides, increasing shooting scene in Chicago, New York and Philadelphia. More across the board. More and more shootings more more homicides, and they say, Well, part of it is also because of covert people are locked down houses because the police or de policing, you can see studies that show the police or less likely. Do what is known as an on view investigation. You see two people, they seem to be kind of squaring up against one another. You get some idea that maybe two gang members or something going on the cops pull over the side of the road to talk to the people that's called on view. And those things are not happening. Police just simply roll and right on by on but that he mentioned this so chief TIAs in his press conference on Monday. What did he say this This community team will be able to do that. That's what he's talking about. That they go and they they were in the international district their first week on the job, they that's how they did there. You know their briefing before they go out for their shift. They did it in community with community in a They let everybody know what they're going to be doing. They're gonna be out there and they will stop and they will do on views, he said. Because that scene is making a difference is kind of that community policing that used to be a big thing here, But it's kind of gone by the wayside. Let's see. Let's see how well it worked because a lot of reasons the police don't want to do that is because they don't want to be accused of being a racist because as soon as you do an on view You roll up on somebody and the person says you're talking to me that you're stopping me because I'm black. As soon as that happens, the cop pulls out of the top pocket. This little piece of paper that basically read to them. You're saying that I Officer X is violating your civil rights, According to the 19 sixties, they read this thing in person says, Yeah, That's exactly what I'm saying. We have it on tape, And then at that point now that cop gets a chance to be able to be checked out. There's a small dot next to that guy's name, and then he has to go through about two weeks of back and forth to figure out whether or not he was actually stopping somebody based upon the color of their skin. So Why bother doing that? When you want to put your years in, Get your retirement, get in and get out. You just roll right on by. So it'll be interesting to see whether he's able to get those real numbers. By the way. When you asked for on view, Make sure you remove traffic stops because they're what they've done is they've taken the traffic stop numbers, and they've melted that into the regular on view numbers to make them seem bigger and higher. S O tried to extrapolate those numbers out. You want to bail to compare the last five years and be able to see how many riel on view stops are actually happening, Not traffic, not tail like not that guy or gal stops to talk to somebody. Those are the really on view numbers As those go down, crime goes up. That's my theory. Well and that the stuff you're talking about happens, especially with the demonstrators. I think it was just last weekend. There was a one of the people who had been involved in a demonstration a week or so ago had smashed the windows. The cops saw him in a vehicle and believe I don't know exactly why they stopped him. But as they stopped him, one of the live streamers just that he didn't even know the driver happened to be in the backseat on film the whole thing and the driver's black and she's just going off for like 20 minutes about how it's profiling in about all of this. Of the officers remain very calm, and they do what they need to dio. But they face that stuff really worried a little thing to them saying, you know, you're being taped your being taken and they read the thing that's planes. So what you're doing? You're charging me. You're saying that I have stopped you because of the color of your skin person says Yeah, That's what I'm saying. So would you like to file official complaint against me? Person says yes. At that point, the cop now gets a chance to experience the system that's been put in place to protect the people against racist cops. And you may ask you something. Would you stop? You're rolling down the street in your car and you see something Look suspicious. Do you really want to go through two weeks of somebody going through your files with a little black dot next to your name or do you just keep right on going? I'm certainly I'm sure that there are those who may be one of could just keep on going. But I don't know other cops. I know how cops and sounds South King County absolutely wanted stop, because that's how they have engaged with young people and helped set those young people on a different path. So I think it's a mixed bag. But I think what's important the big take away. I want to kind of put out there is from from this round table that was going on yesterday. Is that you had all of these different voices involved. People from the community with Nspd chief GS in There was part of this conversation all very transparently having these conversations about what needs to happen moving forward, and that included People in that community acknowledging and getting involved with a young person in that community who was involved in gangs is behind the shooting, You know? Does the code of silence? Nothing happens? Nobody says anything. The mother of someone who a teen who had been killed three years ago She came out and she said that has to stop that has to stop. You have to end that code of silence if we want our community be safer. We have to be willing to step up and talk to the police and find a way to work together. All right, problem. Anything you say just quickly. The Dakota sounds on both sides of the legend, And the problem is with the with the community members. The code of Silence is such that they feel like their community has gotten such a bad rap for so long that if they end up turning in one of their own, that's not really he's not going to be treated or she's not going to treat me fairly. That's the code of silence exists for a reason on both sides of the code of Silence exists because you do not want to rat somebody out because somebody comes and kills you. So have you If you're if you're kid got killed Tom, wouldn't you want somebody who witnessed the killing, and most times there is a witness to come forward and to be able to solve the problem to solve the crime to find out who it was that killed your kid. Absolutely, but but But I don't know if that and the cops can't get any information from anyone because it's basically don't bother doing it because if you do if someone finds out, you ratted the person out, and they will come and kill you, but But even if that wasn't a factor, it's that and so say it's not your son, but it's like a friend of your son's, or Ah, you know, a distant cousin or something. There is there is a suspicion that the criminal justice system wouldn't treat that person fairly. Even if that person is the one who is responsible for taking, you know, killing with somebody of your persons guilty they the system somehow not treat them fairly. Yes. I mean, I think that there there is a concern of that as well. Huh? Alright, like to see that That's interesting. And there is there is definitely that concerned. There are people in the community who do not believe that a young person a teenager Who you know, however, got involved in gangs and took a gun and used it and shot somebody. There are people who believe have all of them deserve a second chance. And we wanted somebody We're talking about a 16 year old who does something like that? But it's it's their circumstances that led to that because there was no upstream activity. There was no stopping whatever the circumstance was well before. This's how that happened, So we need to be able to do that. And give them that second opportunity, which like calm is talking about. They're not necessarily going to get inside. Lock up and eventually the victim. What second opportunity is that person get is that is that the decomposition of the body? No, listen and I understand what you're saying. And I would tend to agree with that side. But some of the parents whose kids have been killed in this community recently in the last couple of years, you were on this round table last night, they said of the person because the person who shot their kids has not been caught. There's no suspects. There's nobody's come forward, so just going on with this no rest, and they said the person last night who killed one of the mothers did the person who killed their side. Baby, Doug. That's what she said It was. I don't know that I could be that way with my own child of someone did that. But she said everything. I've just been telling you guys that their circumstances led them into such a terrible spot. Sure, absolutely. absolutely. It It is is a a way way way way upstream upstream problem, problem, Hannah. Hannah. Yes. Yes. Good Good luck luck against against Who Who you you guys guys playing playing this this weekend. weekend. 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CDC Issues Sweeping Temporary Halt On Evictions Nationwide Amid Pandemic

Morning Edition

03:09 min | 1 year ago

CDC Issues Sweeping Temporary Halt On Evictions Nationwide Amid Pandemic

"Ready to distribute a potential Corona virus vaccine as soon as late October. The CDC has also issued an order to temporarily stop home evictions nationwide, which yes, sounds like it's not necessarily the agency's mandate. But the CDC is using authority from the Public Health Service Act of 1944 and making the case that evictions could increase the spread of covert 19. NPR's Selina Simmons. Duffin wondered if this was legal. A bold move. That's how health law professor Aaron Fu say. Brown of Georgia State University described this order from CDC and the way it uses the agency's legal authority. The regulations under the Public Health Service Act, provide the CDC the power to take certain action to control communicable disease, particularly across the state lines. The way the law was written, she says, enlists different examples such as inspection, fumigation, disinfection sanitation. Pest extermination, so the destruction of animals did you hear housing or evictions? They're not in there with the eviction order, she says. CDC is basically arguing. If you could take steps to prevent animals or other types of, you know, please from spreading infectious disease, then could you also take some steps to prevent people from being forced to crowd Since crowding? Help Spread Cove? It The order applies to people earning less than $100,000 a year if they say they would become homeless or move in with friends or family if evicted, and it wouldn't provide any financial relief to renters or landlords. That concerns Tia Cherie Gaynor, a political science professor at the University of Cincinnati. Someone can't afford to pay their rant. They're not going to be able to pay four months of rent at wants when this ends right when the moratorium is over. Congress would need to pass a law to provide that financial assistance. Whether this is legal or not, is up in the air. Legal aid groups across the country issued statements in response to the order, saying in large part, it's unclear what this means. We're still trying to figure it out. Many hailed the effort to halt evictions. But legal challenges are likely and may include lawsuits that argue CDC does not have the authority to do this. Those legal challenges, says health law professor Lindsay Wiley of American University could have implications that stretch far beyond housing and evictions. Ah, lot rides on whether judges decide this order is legal. Those decisions. Either way, whether they uphold it or strike it down are gonna have really big implications for the federal role in the pit, then take response going forward. For example, she says, if you get a decision, upholding this order that could embolden a future Biden administration issue a national mask mandate. On the other hand, if a judge strikes this down That could tie the hands of the federal government to take nationwide action to try to curb the spread of the virus. Whoever is in the White House, the order is set to go into effect tomorrow. Selina Simmons Duffin. NPR news Later today on all things considered, we've gotten usedto Wildfire season

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Trump and his physician deny he had "mini-strokes"

Todd Schnitt

05:39 min | 1 year ago

Trump and his physician deny he had "mini-strokes"

"Into the mini stroke. Situation. And as I was recounting before we took the top of the hour break, I was prompting you to remember last fall. When the president had this little Walter Reed excursion. It was unannounced and remember. That Trump's White House physician, Dr Sean Conley, He hustled the president into a limo and rode with him to the hospital. Remember that? The one house said at the time that the weekend visit was to begin his routine annual exam. But there was another break from protocol because nobody at Walter Reed was advised that the president was coming and it wasn't on. Trump's schedule, typically any type of visit. It's on the schedule. The press is alerted, sometimes even a day in advance. And then nobody. Walter Reed knew the president was coming. So that added to the intrigue added to the mystery. White House pool reporters said that they were told that Trump's movements that Saturday was strictly One reportable. Quickly on reportable. Until he arrived at the hospital, so they weren't supposed to report anything until he got to the hospital. That was a 2 47 PM now despite the irregularities in the White House press office, they released a statement afterward. Saying that Trump was merely taking advantage of a free weekend here in Washington to start his physical because he's anticipating a very busy 2020. Right. That's what the White House said fast forward. And we have a new book coming out. By Michael Schmidt. Of the New York types, not not Schmidt. But Schmidt. And that's a C H m i d t. And of course I'm s C h and I t t. And in this book, this Schmidt Dude reports that Vice President Mike Pence. Was told to be on standby to assume. Presidential powers during Trump's Rather abrupt visit toe. Walter Reed and Schmidt writes, quote this from the book. In the hours leading up to Trump's trip to the hospital. Word went out in the West Wing for the vice president to be ready to be on standby to take over the powers of the presidency temporarily if Trump had to undergo a procedure. That would have required him to be anesthetized. Now, clearly if you just want to take advantage of getting a jump on your Physical. I don't see a need that the V P would have to be notified that he could be assuming powers. And why the hell would you have to be a anesthetized if you just pop it so things that didn't add up And now you have this passage from the book? And is this true or is this false? Based on what we know of the book at this point. Schmidt doesn't speculate. What procedure could have been under consideration. So if this is accurate, what the hell could have been going on? What could trump have been? So potentially under the need for anesthesia in what would potentially put Mike Pence. In the in the chair. A Zach Ting president while the president was under, for instance. What, So we don't know? We also don't know what his sourcing for the information about the hospital visit is But here's where it gets a little bit weird. That mortar the story your folks It's a little strange here. The response for President Trump. This morning. He denied suffering a Siri's of many strokes. And it's strange. Strange here. It's It's odd because Steve Schmidt or Ah, sorry, Michael Schmidt, rather Michael Schmidt in the book. Hey. Never stated that Trump had suffered any small or many Schroecksnadel. So here's the president denying that he suffered a Siri's of many strokes. Based on the details of this book coming out and the trip to Walter Reed, but No. Where did this Michael Schmidt bring up? Many strokes. Or TIA, or whatever. So Schmitz book doesn't get specific. But Trump did get specific. And this is what the president tweeted out this morning. It never ends. Now They're trying to say that your favorite president me went toe Walter Reed Medical Center, having suffered a Siri's of many strokes. Never happened to this candidate. Fake news. Perhaps they're referring to another candidate from another party exclamation point. I just thought why did President Trump bring up? Many stroke when the reporter and the author of the book doesn't make any mention Of a stroke or even suggesting anything close. So that's where the story gets a little odd that an hour later, Schmidt responded to the president in a tweet of his own and he wrote Book says nothing about many strokes.

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Geneva - Great Firewall Of China

Security Now

06:58 min | 1 year ago

Geneva - Great Firewall Of China

"So this is really interesting. China's great firewall titans. A few weeks ago China added a rule. To Block one of T.. L. S.. One Point Three's new privacy enhancing features e SNI encrypted server name indication. Remember the once upon a time, a single IP address could only be bound to a single web server certificate. When any client connected. A Browser, the web server listening at that Ip's port. Would respond with a certificate for the domain that was associated with that Ip. This prevented the practice that has now very common in crucial especially for IP v four known as multiple hosting. Multiple, hosting allows multiple separate domains to all point to the same single Ip. But for that to work the client, typically a Web Browser must somehow indicate from which among multiple possible domains at that Ip it wishes to be served. So an extension was added to SSL to allow the clients. SSL Hello handshake packet to make that specification. Clear. The web server answering at that Ip would inspect the incoming SSL hello packet. If it was in possession of valid web certificate matching the domain the client was requesting in that hello packet. It would select the web server would select that certificate for the subsequent SSL negotiation and would also remember which website to serve to the client when the den made its first, you are L. request. From a privacy standpoint. The trouble with this is that the so-called Sni server name indication necessarily had to be provided to the server right up front before the SSL connections privacy encryption could be established. So that allowed any passive eavesdroppers to easily determine to which is fine. This pending SSL connection was being directed. And one could imagine if you were China running the great firewall, you would be interested in. Secure connections coming up and to which domains they are going to. But this this overt lack of privacy drove those evolving the T. L. S. standard to work out a means, which is present. Now, N. T. L. S. one point three of adding encryption to the S. and I extension to create e SNI encrypted server name indication. This is good for user privacy but of course, it's the bane for anyone having any anti privacy agenda such as presumably the Chinese State which we know has a manifest interest in controlling in censoring what is citizens are allowed to enable to access. Since adoption of new security standards is notoriously slow. This wasn't initially a problem for China, but as T. L. S. one point, three usage has continued to grow. The growing usage of ESPN I as a feature of T. L. S. one point three had been giving Chinese censors some headaches. I have a chart in the show notes, which is encouraging This shows as of the beginning of twenty eighteen. So two and a half years. where the various SSL's and T. LSS are and the the all while the where we are now the bottom two lines today SSL to an SSL three are who looks like less than and maybe ten percent S. L. Three but steadily dropping T. L. S. one point two is on the rise One point one is dropping one point Oh is dropping and one point three is also on the rise. So looks like Tijuana's almost at one hundred, percent support and. Tia last one point three is currently at nearly one third thirty, one point, seven percent. So definitely on the rise, and that means that nearly a third of connections with clients supporting. It at the client end and servers supporting out at the server end would be blinding the Chinese firewall to who they're connecting to. And as I noted at the top turns out that China has reacted. Just recently two weeks ago a bit of a heavy hand by simply blocking any T. L. S. one point, three connections which use ES I. Other. https traffic is still allowed through the great firewall. If, it uses an older version of T. L. S. or non encrypted SNI. And it's unclear what China expects to have happened One, point three and Esn, I are here to stay. But. Perhaps, not in China maybe you'll maybe browsers will. Feature turnoff encrypted es and I A and just fall back to. which would still give you the other benefits of one point three but allow China to eavesdrop. I found an entry in the. List Archive dated from just a couple of weeks ago July thirtieth it was titled in Brackets, T. L. S. and then it said possible blocking of encrypted SNI extension in China. And the posting said, the great firewall of China may have identified and blocked cloudflare's. Es Implementation. He said the poster said I have found that when using a T. L. S. client hello. With esn, I extension to connect to servers behind cloudflare's cdn, the connection will be cut off after the whole Thi ls handshake is done and then that Ip address will be blocked at TCP level for several minutes.

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What's In A Scientific Name

Your Brain on Facts

05:12 min | 1 year ago

What's In A Scientific Name

"From loon example of a trial by in Hunan China called Hans Solo to a butterfly Pea flour reminiscent of Georgia. Oh painting called Couture Couturier Turn Tia. The naming of species offers almost as much in the way of entertainment as it does scientific classification. The official rules for naming species set down by the International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature are surprisingly simple. The name must be spelled with the Latin alphabet and must not be overtly offensive and that's pretty much it. My Name's Moxy and this is your brain on facts. Most of US know that the animals we call by single name such as a horse actually had a two part name in that case equis Columbus. In contrast to astronomical bodies like stars, Asteroids and planets which are under strict naming conventions overseen by committees, there's almost unfettered freedom it comes to zoological nomenclature. The name can even be on sense string of arbitrary letters. While there is a wealth of name fascination to report on from plants to drugs to telescopes. Ourselves today to the Animal Kingdom. For as long as we have had records and probably longer mankind has sought to classify the world around us in an effort to begin to understand it. This is called taxonomy the study of the general principles of scientific classification from the Greek words for order or arrangement and science. Three centuries before the common era aristotle grouped animals I by similarities like where they lived and then hierarchically with humans naturally at the top. Not, every animal fit well into this system though ducks posed a particular problem as they had the bothersome habit of living on water on land and spending time in the air. It would be eighteen hundred years before another natural philosopher as scientists were called, then would try their hand such as Andrei sessile, Pino Italian physician, and botanist who sorted plants by the structure of their fruits and seeds. The first scientist to use a binomial or to name system that we would recognize was Swiss botanist guest sparred Boeing. Some six thousand plants by genus and species in sixteen, twenty three. There were several inconsistent and sometimes conflicting systems of classification already in use when Carolina's wrote his. SYSTEMA naturally in seventeen, thirty five. Laying down the system we use to this day. Lena's was first taxonomic east to list humans as a primate, but he also originally classified whales as. All living things were sorted into them, Feilim class order, family, genus, and species. Many of US memorized that in middle school by way of a new monarch like King Philip came over from great Spain. Housecat for example, is kingdom and Amelia filed them cor data meaning it has spinal cord. Class Mammalia order can Adora family feel a day genus fearless and species cactus. A lion diverges at the genus Pan Terra, which awesomely means reaper of all and species. Leo. So the scientific name for Lion Is Penn Tara Leo. This system can be visualized as an enormous branching tree with its trunk, very broad and its branches increasingly specific. We. Still name some animals in accordance with their appearance with a little poetic license thrown in for good measure. The tiniest and most pastelle of the armored mammals was christened the pink fairy armadillo. A. Hand Size Lizard with a gift from a meese camouflage was given the fairly metal moniker satanic leaf tailed Gecko. It's actual religious beliefs remain a mystery. As advertised, the star nosed mole has a burst of delicate sensory tendrils on the tip of its snout. Also, sacks myuka Flores is an unappealing worm who lives off the bones of dead whales which would explain its name bone eating snot flower. A bacterium that was taken to the International Space Station, and exposed to cosmic radiation earned the Latin moniker for traveler of the void. China boasts a salamander species that can grow to a whopping one point. Eight meters were nearly six feet long. It goes by the name. Hell Bender and this reporter for one will not argue with it.

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Ana Forrest & Jose Calarco - Forging Your Own Path

The Flow Artists Podcast

04:53 min | 1 year ago

Ana Forrest & Jose Calarco - Forging Your Own Path

"Hello Joe. It's Jose Calico and Anna Forest Tia on all CA silent USA. And just by what you see what's going on in the mainland in the US I. And we're I a Saif. He only island in a Beautiful Anna's house thirty acres in lush forest with owls and eagles, and deason vouchers. Would really enjoying actually the lockdown. After five or six years of non stop touring thirty five CDs and countries a year. With had the chance to settle down and? We do have still very, very busy with our online channel and running out business each day we do a nice lengthy yoga practice. I'm a vegan chefs are cooking more than ever. Where actually very, very healthy. And so much has changed joke. Since we last spoke the world has gone absolutely crazy. And the US is one of those places where just off the mainland here. And not too far from here there's riots and shooting and racial tensions. All sorts of crazy crazy stuff going on a lot of it is a countdown to the election. Coming up here in the US I. There's a lot of manipulation lots of lies. Very hard to trust many people right now. So. Much. Going on. But We a happy to announce that old during this lockdown. We've had the opportunity to finally record all online yoga music ceremony shamanism philosophy Joe Prayers, go out to Victoria and all Ustralia Week here how harsh the lockdown is over there and I just lucky that we were able to do the lockdown thirty Acre forest. However, we seem to allow best wishes to Victoria and Australia, and we pray that our freedoms come back again. Go, and Jose. Thank you so much for speaking with us today all the way over in New Zealand the beautiful. Put Her. Could. We stop heads of your connections to first nations culture. Would you like to share how you live and work within indigenous communities and Foams what you share today? Absolutely. Well. I have been director all descendants aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Dance Company for twenty. Five years. People can see that descendants dot com you. We've traveled to the four corners of the planet we have done the world's biggest events over forty countries were visited. And this is where I got my background. In, aboriginal culture and my aboriginal Mahba spiritual mother Imelda Willis came from the dingy. Kanju clans Al-Faw North Queensland. She is now deceased. And we still descendants still together. And this just gave us the idea I had already. Doing first nations work in forest job. But I took it a couple of steps further by doing. Exchange all over the world while wearing Australia, we do Australian aboriginal stuff while we're in the US CY cultural exchange with the Americans. All first nations people in Mexico in Canada. Everywhere we go. We liked to do cultural exchange because first nations have spirituality was is beautiful and untouched by white middle class sort of new age is symptoms. So, with the aboriginal culture, it's the world's all this culture. It goes well over fifty thousand years and it was well before yoga and a lot of people site what has first nation. Philosophy principles and culture got to do with Yoga. And it actually has a lot to do with Yoga when we look at Yoga in the broader perspective as a place learning and healing.

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Man arrested in shooting death of woman in Southeast Washington DC

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Man arrested in shooting death of woman in Southeast Washington DC

"Woman is dead after a shooting in southeast D. C. On Saturday. It happened at around noon on 16th Street Southeast DC Police say 40 year old Tia Coakley was found suffering from multiple gunshot wound. She was taken to the hospital where she later died, 39 year old David Robinson has been arrested and charged with second degree murder. Robinson and Coakley knew each other.

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"tia" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"tia" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"And then a producers mother and father in said dollinger gorgeous. You should be the female lead in my son's film. And I got the female lead in the film. I went in red for the casting director who had done karate kid. So I knew it was up and up, you know, kind of project, but I moved to Hollywood. And what was the I seventeen when I moved here. It was the first film. It's called Aloha summer, so funny. Yeah. Silly little movie nobody's ever seen it. And then the Wayne's world is really worth things. Moved up though. Right. Yeah. Wayne's world changed my life. It was you know, that old adage of you know, who's Tia career get me occur. And then get me younger Tia career who's Tia Carrere, that's sort of the stages of the actors life. So I guess I'm in the I mean an additional step now. Oh, wow. It's career again. I loved her back. Six years later, which is great and AJ. The Queen is about what it is. Let's see great big drag Queen ruby red goes on a cross country adventure in an RV with a little stowaway a kid named AJ and mayhem ensues. And if it's not like this, this unlikely pair become, you know, a little little family and myself and Josh Sagarra who was on arrow. He and I were the villains of the show, and we're sort of Michael Patrick king who did sex in the city. He said we're like Boris in the tasha. Iraqi bull winkle cartoon rocky a Willard short is he. Joshua with high heel shoes. Yes, I guess I was a bit taller than not not quite the height differential those too. But boar's unattached SEM through a David. Lynch lens weird. Yeah. We're we're dark trippy bizarre. But. No, no, not yet later this year flicks. Yeah..

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"tia" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"tia" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"And welcomes podcasts they offer supporting those that support us here be sure to click through on the banners on the website. And we try to be very careful the people that support the podcast, so please support them. So we can keep the winds in the sale the Kroll pirate ship today. I'm pleased to welcome Tia Carreira. Nice to see it really is good to see you strange Li you came up in our household recently because we started what we watching Wayne's world. Yeah. Yeah. The blue we just started watching reruns on something. Cable at something. And we were like we were just like has to how she doing it. So in that weird. And now you can ask me now. How are you? How are things manifested that are Oprah view. It was very weird. Because literally I was I was telling you before the Mike heated up that we saw you doing a live version of dancing with the stars in Las Vegas dancing with the stars said hi to you enjoy Fatone and. Zane from queer eye. I'll yet Carson causing Christly. He was the host of goes a fun show. They wanted me to go and do it with them on the cruise ships. I'd love to go on a cruise ship one day, but doc on well, it's hard enough dancing. High heel shoes on ground at doesn't move. But on a on a ship. That's probably a recipe for disaster for. Just goes on and on and on right? I could drop in and probably do suss gach on nuts. What's at king, Edward's, whatever island or whatever. Just so crazy. So there's a show moving around that people are like, you know, the the dancers are amenity for the the cruise wars. Why not you know, as it was? It was a fun time and really good for exercise to like I went on when Bianca my daughter is was five weeks old. And it was the original the original tiny show. Yeah. So I mean that you're five weeks postpartum. Yeah. Yeah. I was clearing her on the baby Bjorn when I walked onto the show initially. Yeah. It's it is insane with the lack of sleep and then waking up two hours of feet a baby and then to have to memorize dance styles. And plus I wouldn't suggest it will your brain. Is it right from all the progesterone of you know, with pregnancy. Leave your brain kind of cloudy, not to mention my back in my pelvis. She only daughter is that the one in one and done. I think I it was just too too dramatic the whole thing it was very very pregnant person. No, no. Actually, I loved being pregnant. I love waddling around, you know, big as a house being able to go and eat whatever I want even though I didn't I craved the salads. But yeah, it was weird salads and orange juice. But then I realized fully Gasset maybe in there. But but I couldn't stand the smell of seafood. Oh, whatever that makes. I mean, those kinds of aversive sensations you have sometimes protect you against, you know, bad fish and getting sick xactly. Adaptive advantage of that tell me about AJ the Queen. So I just finished on a show called AG and the Queen with Roop hall, who's fabulous fabulous love him. And I'd never worked with them before. And he just kind and gentle, and lovely and smart and Anna survivor like me. I mean, you know, thirty five years later just. Still working and keeping it straight. And you know, that's that's a success in in and of itself able to work in this business and keep your wits about you for the amount of time that we have five win was ninety two. Yeah. I came out in nineteen Eighty-four. I was seventeen when I came out from where from Honolulu Hawaii. And I was at an all girls Catholic school. So very my world was very small from this pebble in the middle of Pacific Ocean. Although, you know, it is, you know, Honolulu Hawaii, but it's it's it's very tiny..

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