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"the baltic sea" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:54 min | 1 d ago

"the baltic sea" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"It's a huge decision for us because we've been non aligned for 200 years So actually we're one of the countries in the world that has been in peace for the longest time So for us taking the decision after the Russian invasion of Ukraine to change and to see that our security is stronger within NATO than outside It is a historic decision from our I've never understood the politics and social humor or seriousness from the distance from Oslo to Helsinki in Denmark as well across all of Scandinavia I'm not informed on it How coalesce How united is Scandinavia Denmark Norway Sweden Finland at this time of crisis Enormous unity because we share borders We share history As you mentioned Finland Finland and Sweden was the same country for hundreds of years before Finland became their own country They were part of Sweden My grandfather actually died in the winter war in 1939 My mother was four years old when she was sent from Helsinki to Sweden as a war child What was mister Putin thinking Knowing that history I don't understand given everything I've read about the resiliency of the Baltic Sea and the people that surround it Frankly including northern Germany at the time what did he misjudge about Sweden I think he misjudged the situation in Ukraine He thought that he could just go in take Ukraine and the brother people of Ukraine and Russia would unite in greater Russia I think that was a very mistake because now they invaded democratic country they sent a signal not least to Finland with 130 mile mile in English I don't know the English world But.

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G7 foreign ministers meet to discuss Ukraine war, impacts

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last week

G7 foreign ministers meet to discuss Ukraine war, impacts

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"the baltic sea" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

07:17 min | Last month

"the baltic sea" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"It's just gone 7 30 here in London. That's upper state in Zürich and let's continue now with today's newspapers. So joining me from our studio onto fester 90 in Zürich is Emily Isa ahu whose program coordinator for peace mediation at ETH in Zürich in many many thanks for coming in once again. Let's look at Finland and this government report on the changes in the security situation. Now this was published yesterday and I wonder if you could tell us what's in it and why it's so important. That's right. Good morning, Georgina. So indeed the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Finland published this report titles, as you mentioned, the government report and changes in the security environment. Yesterday and this is a report of course that was commissioned following the invasion of Ukraine by Russia early in February. And it's meant to assess and analyze the security landscape around Finland and look at various security options in terms of guaranteeing Finland security, be it at the national level in terms of building Finland's national defense capabilities, be through the European Union as a security policy actor. Or through bilateral relations with Sweden, U.S., UK, other Nordic countries. But also NATO. And that's why it is such a crucial report in the context of Finnish politics and when it comes to Finland possibly applying and seeking NATO membership. So as part of the democratic process within Finland, this is the report that everyone in Finnish politics has been waiting for over the past few months and weeks because this report will then be taken to the parliament that will allow the legislative body to discuss Finland security context and then make informed decisions on their way forward. And does it specifically recommend that Finland joins the alliance. So that's an interesting question. So the short answer is no, but there's a lot more nuance there. So I think what's in the report is actually twofold. So one points to key changes in the security environment and then points to a few options in terms of the way forward in this shifting evolving security context in Europe. So let me just point to those changes and options and that gets to your question of unknown NATO membership. So one on the security context, two major changes and I should note that the language used in this report is rather critical of Russia, which is relatively new in Finnish politics. Of course, we have a long history of neutrality Vis-à-vis Russia. So the report is extremely explicit in this historical context. So two major changes one is Russia has demonstrated that it's ready to attack its neighboring states and the foreign minister harvest the when he talked about this report yesterday during the press conference. He added three major concerns here. One Russia is ready to take big risks as we have seen in Ukraine. Russia is strong militarily and ready to use its force on its neighbors and three Russia is talking about the use of unconventional weapons such as nuclear and chemical weapons. So these are major concerns for Finland. The second contextual change that has become evident after the invasion of Ukraine is the native states have demonstrated their willingness and a clear strong willingness to defend militarily NATO member states, but not at least directly non NATO countries. So these are the two major changes in the context and then the report goes on to look at the various options, namely for. So Finland and Sweden, so increasing and building a strong military alliance between Finland and Sweden, and this report says that is extremely important, but it's not at all comparable to the security guarantees provided by NATO. And even if there were some security guarantees say from the United States for a Finnish Swedish security alliance, that might change what changes in administration in Washington, D.C.. The second option, this report points to his European Union, and quite frankly, the report says it's important, but it's not credible enough in the current context. The third option is essentially not to do anything to continue being a militarily none aligned and perhaps just bilaterally working with Sweden. And the report says that the interesting enough, this would mean the Finland would very much join Russia's sphere of influence and it would limit Finland's national room to maneuver when it comes to its freedom to make foreign security and defense policy decisions. So therefore, the fourth option is NATO. And this report, again, while it does not recommend explicitly to Finland join NATO, it lays it out rather clearly that NATO membership would provide more security for Finland in terms of one security guarantees from other NATO members, but also to by deterring Russia from attacking Finland. And three in the long term in the near neighborhood of the Baltic Sea, there's report comes to the conclusion that NATO membership would raise the threshold for any use of military in the Baltic Sea region, which of course would increase stability in the long term. And does the report address the worrying time of between excess accession negotiations and actually becoming a member. I mean, that's a gray zone in which clearly security wouldn't be guaranteed. That's right. So yeah, so there's this gray zone that finished in Swedish politicians keep preferring to, which is exactly the period between the two countries applying for membership and actually becoming ratified members of NATO. So the concern is, of course, that Russia might undertake cyberattacks or other activities during this period to make its opposition to NATO expansion clear particularly when it comes to Finland and Sweden. So this report at dust point to a few aspects. So one is that Finland should in any case boost its defense along its eastern border. The report specifies that Finland has the European Union's largest border with Russia, it's something over a 1300 kilometers. So security must be boosted there during the accession talks. A hybrid attack should be prepared for, as well as what the report refers to as kind of instrumentalized migration. So Russia could deliberately channel some asylum seekers to Finland and Finnish borders. So this is something that should be prepared for. But at the same time, talking or listening to finish politicians and even doing the press conference when this report was published, they seemed relatively certain that they're at least political security guarantees already in place. From the United States and other key NATO member states, as well as the coronado secretary general. So while these might not be formalized, they do remain politically there, and of course it's not also not in the interest of NATO to allow its perspective member states to be pressured and intimidated by other states during the application period..

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Joe Biden Befuddled by Putin's Actions in Ukraine

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:09 min | 2 months ago

Joe Biden Befuddled by Putin's Actions in Ukraine

"Joe Biden recently expressed consternation and surprise at what Russia has done in the Ukraine. In fact, listening to him, it kind of reminded me a little bit of Jimmy Carter's reaction when the Soviets first invaded Afghanistan in 1979. Carter was like, I didn't see that one coming, and you got very much the same thing from Biden's. I'm going to quote Biden here, quote, how did we get to the place where you know Putin decides who's going to just invade Russia? Now he actually means Ukraine, so let's correct him there. And he goes nothing like this has happened since World War II. So Biden is really befuddled about why Putin would do this. And it doesn't seem to occur to him that the reason might have something to do with the befuddled one himself. In other words, when you have a weak and senile bumbler, The White House, Putin goes, now's the time. Time for me to move. Trump's out of there. We got Biden, Biden's not really known. It doesn't even know what's going on in his own country, let alone far away near the Baltic Sea. So that I think is the at least partial answer to Biden's question.

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"the baltic sea" Discussed on AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

05:47 min | 2 months ago

"the baltic sea" Discussed on AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

"Between banning overflights in airspace versus banning overflights entirely. Because there's a big difference and this is something that we've been working a lot on this week. There's a big difference between banning someone over your national airspace and saying you can't fly in airspace controlled by a certain country. So nearly all of the world's airspace save for two small sections, one is actually up near Svalbard in between Russia's Arctic flight information region and the Svalbard containing area. That's no FIR one. And then the area of airspace west of the Galápagos Islands is no FIR. No one is responsible for that airspace. So when you're flying in an airspace, you have no there are no air traffic controllers responsible for your being there. Everywhere else in the world, there are air traffic controllers that are responsible, commercial aviation. There are air traffic controllers that are responsible for managing the commercial aviation through that airspace. That is different than national airspace, which is airspace that belongs to a country and a country alone. And that airspace is anywhere over land and inland seas plus 12 nautical miles from the baseline, which isn't necessarily the coast, like where you would go from on the beach to in the water. There's a specific point and we don't, for the purposes of this podcast, we don't really have to discuss what that is everywhere around the world. But roughly 12 nautical miles from the coast out. And that is national airspace. Those are the pieces of airspace that, for this conversation, that Russian aircraft are banned from. Yeah, and there's a particularly interesting piece of air, I guess, that Russian airlines have just barely been able to hold on to Ian. I know you've been taking a look at this, but it's the gap between Finland and Estonia. It is how many miles wide? Is it like 15? So the full channel that's part of the Baltic Sea that runs between Finland and Estonia is just wide enough to have a piece of international airspace in the middle of it. That allows Russian aircraft to continue operating from Russia proper to the Kaliningrad exclave. So they fly up from clinic into international airspace. And then they follow the international air space in the middle of the Baltic Sea all the way up and then it's basically like flying into a funnel. It starts wide and then gets very, very, very, very, very narrow. And so there's one route in and out to a lot of lights to continue between Russia and Clinton grad. They can't fly anywhere east of koniggratz basically because the ability to find international airspace dries up pretty quickly when you get to about where Sweden and Denmark meet. Yeah, pretty much the only other country that Russian airlines are able to operate in Europe right now I guess is Belarus who is very clearly on the side of Russia during this invasion. That's not really going to get them very far provide X with any other country that they need to operate to. So that's really it for Russian airlines as far as Europe right now. Right. They're extremely limited in Europe. The routes that they can operate to destinations west of Russia are extremely limited as well. And those have added a considerable amount of flying time and some very interesting route and we've gotten a lot of questions because of the international airspace issue. But they're basically flying north to reach international airspace and then round the Nordic countries and then fly down along in between Iceland and Greenland down along the Canadian and U.S. coast to reach destinations like cancun and other areas, the island off of Venezuela, whose name escapes me, but they serve destinations there in the Caribbean. So all of these airspace changes as far as Europe and as of by the time you're listening to this, it's probably gone into effect. As of 2 a.m., UTC time on the 3rd of March, the U.S. will prohibit Russian flights as well. The interesting thing that the U.S. did in their notum was they spelled out what would happen if Russian aircraft flew into U.S. airspace. Up until now, that hasn't been stated. But the U.S. said any aircraft that are not abiding by these special instructions may be intercepted and their pilots and other crew members detained and interviewed by law enforcement or security personnel as appropriate. All previously obtained FA authorizations for aircraft and operator subject to this notum are revoked. Yeah, I guess it's good to put actual potential teeth into a notum like this. And the U.S. note I'm actually applies pretty broadly and I'll quote here regardless let me back up. All aircraft registered in the Russian Federation all Russian state aircraft regardless of the state of the aircraft registry, which is important because most Russian operator owned aircraft are not actually registered in Russia. And all aircraft regardless of the state of registry owned chartered least operated or controlled by four or for the benefit of a person who is a citizen of the Russian Federation are prohibited from operating to from within or throughout U.S. territorial airspace, except for aircraft engaged in humanitarian or search and rescue operations, and I think we'll get back to the humanitarian bit for that. And a little bit if we want to certainly discuss that. The U.S. noted which.

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"the baltic sea" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:31 min | 3 months ago

"the baltic sea" Discussed on WTOP

"Were scrambled out of Estonia to intercept four Russian fighters over the Baltic Sea We visited that U.S. squadron earlier this week Lieutenant colonel Taylor Gifford commands those F 15s Will identify traffic that are not operating within international rules and regulations that might infringe on NATO airspace Bolstering the border against an increasingly boisterous neighbor That's the American squadron's first intercept since it arrived here last week While Russian aggression and possible invasion of Ukraine has been on the minds of many in the last few weeks for many Ukrainian Americans in D.C. the issue is decades old It's history repeating itself This has happened before Lydia Benson is a member of a thriving Ukrainian community here in the DMV And Ukraine has finally gotten out from under the thumb of Russia and are they would like to squash them once again with that thumb She has paid close attention over the past 8 years as fighting raged on Ukraine's eastern border Now in the past few weeks Ukrainian Americans have protested outside the Russian embassy in White House gates Hanya cherniak still has friends and family in Ukraine They don't know what to do Can you imagine if somebody was about to invade D.C. but you don't know for sure What are you going to do Are you going to go to work Any act says most of them won't leave Ukrainians are not going back If they can get their hands on a gun to defend themselves they're going to do it Look Luger WP news Just ahead on TOP why a major city has put no knock warrants on hold 1133.

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"the baltic sea" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:30 min | 3 months ago

"the baltic sea" Discussed on WTOP

"F 15s were scrambled out of Estonia to intercept four Russian fighters over the Baltic Sea We visited that U.S. squadron earlier this week Lieutenant colonel Taylor Gifford commands those F 15s Will identify traffic that are not operating within international rules and regulations that might infringe on NATO airspace Bolstering the border against an increasingly boisterous neighbor That's the American squadron's first intercept since it arrived here last week And while Russian aggression impossible invasion has been on the minds of many in the last few weeks for Ukrainian Americans in D.C. it's a decades old issue It's history repeating itself This has happened before Lydia Benson is a member of a thriving Ukrainian community here in the DMV And Ukraine has finally gotten out from under the thumb of Russia and would like to squash them once again with that thumb She has paid close attention over the past 8 years as fighting raged on Ukraine's eastern border Now in the past few weeks Ukrainian Americans have protested outside the Russian embassy in White House gates Hanya cherniak still has friends and family in Ukraine They don't know what to do Can you imagine if somebody was about to invade D.C. but you don't know for sure What are you going to do Are you going to go to work Any act says most of them won't leave Ukrainians are not going back If they can get their hands on a gun to defend themselves they're going to do it Look Luger WP news 7 34 University of Maryland.

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US, Allies Build Support for Ukraine

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:01 min | 4 months ago

US, Allies Build Support for Ukraine

"EU, now let's turn to the big news. The U.S. and the EU are close to agreeing on Russian financial sanctions. That's not enough. Emmanuel Macron calls for a deescalation of tensions that he prepares to speak to Vladimir Putin. That's not enough. That's from the telegraph, and The New York Times. Where is Germany and the Ukraine standoff, it's allies wonder. The United States and its NATO allies are moving to bulk up their military commitments in the Baltics and Eastern Europe as the standoff with Russia over Ukraine deepens rights Katherine Bennett. Denmark is sending fighter jets to Lithuania. Frigate to the Baltic Sea, France was offered to send troops to Romania. Spain is sending a frigate to the Black Sea, President Biden is thousands of U.S. troops on high alert. And then there is Germany. In recent date, Germany, Europe's largest richest democracy, strategically situated at the crossroads between eastern yes. West has stood out more for what it will not do than what it is doing. Germany is out. They've just left NATO behind.

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Ukraine urges clam, saying Russian invasion not imminent

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 4 months ago

Ukraine urges clam, saying Russian invasion not imminent

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NATO Steps Up Readiness in Eastern Europe to Reassure Allies

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 4 months ago

NATO Steps Up Readiness in Eastern Europe to Reassure Allies

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"the baltic sea" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:37 min | 5 months ago

"the baltic sea" Discussed on WTOP

"News at 25 and 55 past the hour This is a Bloomberg money minute a discovery a few years ago launched a new industry that brings new meaning to sunken treasure In 2010 explorers found a shipwreck at the bottom of the Baltic Sea divers salvaged 168 bottles of champagne dating back to 1840 the bubbly tasted good sparking a fledgling industry One of the people involved is a diver who came up with a specialized cage Bloomberg law correspondent Emily Dooley They put a bunch of bottles of wine in the cages and sunk them off the coast of Santa Barbara With the idea that cold water and darkness along with the waves gently turning the bottles would age the wine The company ocean fathoms says their process helped age wines within a year versus maybe 7 to 12 years While it's happening around the world the California coastal commission has reservations about the environmental impact of cages sitting on the sea floor From the Bloomberg newsroom I'm Steve potus Go on WTO P coming up at the top of the hour from CBS News on P close to a thousand structures have been completely wiped out by wildfire fires in Colorado's boulder county scores more are damaged and there have been more flight cancellations because of staffing shortages and bad weather around the country Traffic and weather next ten 56 The following is a paid commercial message For nearly 60 years melwood has been providing job training support services and other programs for thousands of people each year here in the D.C. area If you are looking for a new.

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"the baltic sea" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:41 min | 5 months ago

"the baltic sea" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A new industry that brings new meaning to sunken treasure In 2010 explorers found a shipwreck at the bottom of the Baltic Sea divers salvaged 168 bottles of champagne dating back to 1840 the bubbly tasted good sparking a fledgling industry One of the people involved is a diver who came up with a specialized cage Bloomberg law correspondent Emily Dooley They put a bunch of bottles of wine in the cages and sunk them off the coast of Santa Barbara With the idea that cold water and darkness along with the waves gently turning the bottles would age the wine The company ocean fathom says their process helped age wines within a year versus maybe 7 to 12 years While it's happening around the world the California coastal commission has reservations about the environmental impact of cages sitting on the sea floor Steve potus Bloomberg radio What is dedication The thing that drives me every day is a dad is Ariana We call him odd day for short Every day he's hungry for something whether it's attention affection knowledge And there's this huge responsibility in making sure that when he's no longer under my wing that he's a good person I think the advice I would give is you don't need to know all the answers The craziest thing was believing that your dad knew everything So as a dad you felt like you had to know everything You had to get everything right It's okay to make mistakes as long as it's coming from love then you know it kind of starts to work itself out I want him to be able to.

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"the baltic sea" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:53 min | 5 months ago

"the baltic sea" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And Bloomberg 11 three O We ask kids what it took to be a dad this is what they had to say A father is always present I mean what real father figure can you have if they're not there In order to be a good dad you need a love Love you so you need to put gas in your car so you don't break down in the middle of nowhere And you need to make some breakfast You I mean just to maybe play like a board game with me or to just stay home This is a Bloomberg money minute a discovery a few years ago launched a new industry that brings new meaning to sunken treasure In 2010 explorers found a shipwreck at the bottom of the Baltic Sea divers salvaged 168 bottles of champagne dating back to 1840 the bubbly tasted good sparking a fledgling industry One of the people involved is a diver who came up with a specialized cage Bloomberg law correspondent Emily Dooley They put a bunch of bottles of wine in the cages and sunk them off the coast of Santa Barbara With the idea that cold water and darkness along with the waves gently turning the bottles would age the wine The company ocean fathom says their process helped age wines within a year versus maybe 7 to 12 years While it's happening around the world the California coastal commission has reservations about the environmental impact of cages sitting on the sea floor Steve potus Bloomberg radio Markets headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day But quick take This is a Bloomberg business flash From Bloomberg's.

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"the baltic sea" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:34 min | 9 months ago

"the baltic sea" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"After a flurry of lawsuits were filed by state and local governments across the U. S. Over the addiction and overdose. Pandemic trials have begun and the pace of settlements has picked up. John Scott reporting, Hurricane Olaf has slipped back to tropical storm status. After slamming into Los Cabos result resort at the tip of Mexico's Baja California peninsula. At times, winds were up to 100 MPH and drenched the region with very heavy rain. Breaking news and analysis at town hall dot com. Russia's state controlled gas giant, completing the construction of the Nord Stream two gas pipeline to Germany. The BBC's Jonathan Joseph has the story. This controversial pipeline under the Baltic Sea has been a decade in the making. Its completion was held up by American functions on a company involved with its construction. They will believe in May despite President Biden's opposition to the project amid concerns it will be used as a political weapon. For Russia. Completion means billions more dollars flowing into government coffers. It's the biggest shareholder in gas problem. In return, Europe gets the gas that will keep its economy running. But it means an increased dependence on a country that is already its biggest external energy supplier. Wall Street Friday the Dow was off 271 points, the NASDAQ dropped 132. More on these stories of town hall dot com. WCBM Baltimore climb to the temperature forecasts into the weekend with Southwest winds and the numbers up into the nineties By Sunday and Monday. 59 degrees are low overnight. Mostly sunny Saturday. A high of 83 91 on Sunday with sunshine and low to mid nineties Monday and Tuesday and not too far away from touching records across the Atlantic and some locations early next week warmed up by the way with almost a summer like Phil. Like this weekend. I'm Scott Lorrie Moore at the Weather Channel on talk Radio. 6 80 Wcbm. This is Drew Tikkanen, Elliott. Money, riches and wealth each Wednesday night at six PM I interview a guest on personal finances to help educate you. Listen. Wednesday night at six p.m. two money, riches and wealth on talk radio 6 80 wcbm the views and opinions you here on talk radio 6, 80, wcbm and wcbm dot com are not necessarily those of the owners, management, employers and advertisers of wcbm, but they should be radio snakes..

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"the baltic sea" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"the baltic sea" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"You can throw that in the spot. Please remember that a future don't be woke be ready. what are you taking. You like that. Good tagline again sticking with the theme of the show liberals live in an alternate universe like we gotta cancel those gas pipelines at the united states destroying the environment. Okay so you want us to transport. Gas via trains trucks which pollute more than pipelines liberals. Who don't know anything it'd be like Yeah of course it makes sense. You're an idiot. What's even worse is confused liberals who don't know anything and what they know is wrong. Really biden gives a damn about the environment banning pipelines. When i'm telling you when you ban gas pipelines. They transport the gas and oil via rail and via highway which pollute times. More than transporting it via pipeline. I thought you were in it for the environment. I'm sorry you're a fool. Here's an article of the wall street journal today. Biden's gift to putin nord stream two. He treats a russian gas pipeline better than he does keystone. Wait wait if donald trump would have done this granted basically the imprimature to a russian pipeline to germany. Oh the stories. Ppo tape part. Two would have been. He's colluding with the rush trader treasonous. Donald trump you understand what joe biden did yesterday. Well let's go to the fox business story. I maybe it'll make sense. Put this all in context. Context biden blocked a major pipeline in the united states costing eleven thousand. Us workers high quality jobs under the guise of. He was doing it for the environment when again. We know that stupid. Because pipeline transportation on rail and highway is far more polluting fox business biden clears way for russian pipeline after blocking keystone pipeline in the united states. Liberals are confused by this totally. I thought trump was the russian trader. There's a pipeline. So you have a little bit of the backstory. it's called the nord stream two pipeline. It runs under the seabed directly to germany and it bypasses a bunch of countries. A bunch of countries where the pipelines run through now those countries get fees for transporting gas from russia portions of europe. Everybody track and very simple because the russians who threaten people and shut off gas. They like to manipulate that pipeline. That runs under some of these countries by running a pipeline directly to germany under the baltic sea. They can bypass those countries. And they don't have to pay those fees so they can threaten peoples by a basically threatened them with their gas supply to shut them off without having to worry about intermediate countries their involvement at all. They can just go right to germany. Screw over these other countries go right to germany. Trump who i thought was the russian trader. Last time he tells so now. We don't like that deal. We don't approve this pipeline. You're going to have to deal. With those countries the pipelines runs under. Because you know what they deserve it and it keeps everybody playing fair now biden biden care one bit biden block the pipeline in the united states. And got you fired if you worked for keystone and approved. The russian pipeline. Right to germany say can screw over european countries and other former soviet bloc countries and basically gauge engage in gas terrorism. That's biden that's your guy. So not only. Is he not environmentalists. I just explained that to you. He's also a russian stooge. But don't worry libs i know you don't know anything. None of this will penetrate your super thick skulls. You'll still continue to insist if fire medalists and you'll still continue to cyst that trump's the russian stooge trump who drove blocked the pipeline. You dunces all right a couple of final stories important. Though i told you. I keep you updated in arizona. We had a lot of news to get through today told you if they found. Remember the missing database in the arizona election on it. I said to you because it's the responsible thing to do on this show. Never lie to you that if they found the database we would report it som- responsible for us to say miss. The database was missing. They founded again. Am i saying that we shouldn't have an explanation. I'm not saying that as to why it may been deleted. But i owe you the facts. You owe me nothing. I owe you the facts here stories. Just the news it's in yesterday's newsletter. Arizona election orders. The lead database was recovered. The ballot chain of custody still missing. You'll see from this john. Solomon excuse me. Greg piper piece of john solomon site that apparently this database they found this master file table confirming that a database directory was deleted but they were able to recover the deleted files and they don't need anything more from the county some of the auditors said. So that's good news. We don't want folks. Nobody wants fraud okay. We'll see what happened. Why was deleted. We can get the but they did find it. Second quick story here soros is back. This is a fascinating story. Just the news. George soros kicked in two million to elect maricopa county. Sheriff who's now stonewalling the election on it at the screen chef. This winky pretty much speaks for itself by the way we've got a book coming out onto my new publishing entity. Yes we're in the book publishing business now to dan bongino enterprises expanding rapidly. We got a book coming out about soros. It's going to be quite fascinating. So that's interesting that the arizona audit sheriff's who's against the audit was elected for years ago with money from soros associated entities. That's just.

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Germany approves resuming Russia gas pipeline work

Hugh Hewitt

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Germany approves resuming Russia gas pipeline work

"Government authorities, clearing the way for an immediate resumption of work on an undersea pipeline transporting natural gas from Russia decision convey appealed, meaning there could be another hole to construction on the Nord stream to project The pipeline is drawn major criticism from the United States, some other European countries and environmental groups. The U. S government has argued that the Baltic Sea pipeline would make Europe more dependent on Russian gas. The Kremlin is responded by accusing Washington of trying to promote its own liquefied natural gas sales

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Russian ships move to resume Baltic pipeline construction

BBC World Service

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Russian ships move to resume Baltic pipeline construction

"Consortium building. The Nord Stream to gas pipeline led by the Russian energy giant Gazprom has said work is due to resume on the project despite continued opposition from the United States and several European countries. The pipeline under the Baltic Sea will boost Russian natural gas shipments to Europe, bypassing Ukraine. German shipping authorities have now advised vessels to avoid the Baltic Sea area where the underwater pipeline is being constructed.

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Passengers spend night on Baltic Sea ferry that ran aground

BBC Newshour

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Passengers spend night on Baltic Sea ferry that ran aground

"Shipping company, Viking Line has said some 400 people will spend the night on board a ferry that's run aground off the finish. All in the islands in the Baltic Sea. Divers confirms that there were no leaks in the whole of the Viking Grace. With the latest for us. His grant ferret. Mobile phone footage shows the Viking Grace Ferry looming over a rocky wooded shoreline close to the port of Maria Han. Local residents said the vessel was so close to land they could virtually touch it. The cause of the grounding is unclear, but the weather was poor with high winds and choppy waters. The fairies owner Viking line that there would be no injuries and the mood on board remained calm. It's the second time one of the firm's fairies has run aground in the Baltics in September.

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Baltic Sea ferry runs aground in Finnish waters, no injuries

Live Abundant Radio

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Baltic Sea ferry runs aground in Finnish waters, no injuries

"Baltic Sea Passenger Ferry. There are 300 people onboard is run aground on an archipelago between Finland and Sweden without injuries. Today, rescue officials are preparing to evacuate the vessel. The finished coastguard Twitter that the MSR Morella operated by ferry company Viking line between the Finnish western port of Turku. And the Swedish capital Stockholm, is currently stuck on the ground south

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"the baltic sea" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:35 min | 1 year ago

"the baltic sea" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"77 w. ABC presents one on one with me, Juliet Huddy, Coke or Pepsi The famous question that has been asked since the dawn of man and I'm going to say if I had to choose it would be Coke. I mean, I really don't have a preference because I haven't had any of that stuff in years. One of them has a really cool can. That just came out, But I think I'm gonna go for that would be the matte Black Pepsi can one On one talk radio 77 w A, B C and A 77 c. AP All across the nation, way are here for our communities. We're doing our part to get supplies where it's needed in order to fight over 19 together. You got to do what we gotta do, helping them people that are that lose their jobs and lost their income. And now they don't have money for the food. Feels good to be out there to assist our community. With what we're dealing with what you signed up for As a soldier. We will not rest until the mission. His complete each one of these soldiers. Once they received a call. They understood that all hands were on deck. This goes to the core of wood citizen soldiers. We are your army National guard. I will like our friends and family to know. That your National Guardsmen are always ready and always there always ready Always their visit. National guard dot com to find out more sponsored by the New York Army National Guard, aired by the New York State Broadcasters Association and this station. Ladies news behind the scenes videos. Get it all now, like 77 W. ABC on Facebook. I'm John Baxter. This is John Baxter Show. I welcome the ambassador of Estonia into the United States. Jonathan savvy off He is here to help us understand how critical Estonia the Baltic states are to the peace of the world to the peace of Europe. I begin, however, to ask the ambassador about a diplomatic initiative. That can link the Baltic Sea in the north to the Black Sea in the south. All the way to the Adriatic Sea in the Southeast is exciting. I didn't know it existed before I studied. To prepare my conversation with the ambassador. Mr Ambassador, A very good evening to you The three C's initiative. What is it? And what is its ambition? Good evening. Good evening and thank you for having me the three C's initiative is a big deal. We're talking about 12 you member states from as you said, the Adriatic to the black to the Baltic Sea. All 12 you member states four years now and yet all 12, relatively underdeveloped when it comes to strategic critical infrastructure, and especially North self Connections. So, yes, we have built up all connections to the West, Our European friends Germany, France, and so on so forth, less developed in the North South corridor, And yet we are a region that is the fastest growing economically within the European Union. We are a region of 100 million people so relatively significant, A number of investment opportunities that we need to draw people's attention to strategic infrastructure is truly a matter of strategic importance and in order to make sure that we are not only highlighting this is an important critical area but also attracting private sector investment. Into this critical area. We ah few years ago decided to initiate the three C's initiative we have over the past few months set up a three C's fund that is actually going to fund the projects. The government's themselves are putting money in, but the main gold Is to eventually attract private sector free, market based capital because we are democracies. We believe as much as we believe in strategic infrastructure involvement. We also believe in the free market. We believe that this model of always Democratic capitalism based model is not only competitive with the alternatives out there, but also eventually more successful than the alternates out there. We need to put our money where our mouth is, and that is what the three C's initially was about. And finally, by the way finally. Just to highlight the importance of this and this past if I'm not mistaken February at the Munich Security Conference, the main European battering golf off security policy leaders Secretary of State Mike Pompeo pledged American support for this initiative. We have also been in close contact with our friends in Germany, so we have Ah, certainly German political support support from the European Commission, but at the end of the day What the three C's in mission. It is is tall European Union member states from the Baltic to the black to the Adriatic Sea, working hard together in order to attract private sector investment globally into our region, region of 100 million people, so that we would be better connected. Be the infrastructure, energy or digital, which is obviously a big topic for Estonia that I'm sure will discuss later on. So it is a big deal. My memory is based upon my visits, too. Krakoff, Poland and one member of the three C's initiative and what I was struck by by the youth of the population. You also the demography of the three of these 12 states. Says that you're very young. Now You have a young population that's growing. And that means prosperity. Mr Ambassador, the younger the population, the more the Children. The more the prosperity is that what's happening in Estonia now? I think we'll certainly we're very proud of our young people were also very proud of our middle aged in our elderly. We think that the basis for success in Estonia Is not just the not just a particular group within our population, but the fact that we are extremely well educated. We are most of us fluent, not just in our own native Estonian language, but a few others, including English, of course, which now is the number one foreign language. We are extremely easy to do business with bureaucratically speaking on a bureaucracy, bureaucracy wise or taxes wise, extremely easy to do business with the business end..

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Aleksei Navalny Out of a Coma and Responsive, German Doctors Say

TIME's Top Stories

04:20 min | 1 year ago

Aleksei Navalny Out of a Coma and Responsive, German Doctors Say

"Poisoned Russian opposition leader Alexey Navales condition has improved allowing doctors to take him out of an induced coma. The German hospital treating him said, Monday Navan any of high profile critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin was flown to Germany last month after falling ill on August twentieth on a domestic flight in Russia. German chemical weapons experts say tests show the forty, four year old was poisoned with the Soviet era nerve agent prompting the German government last week to demand that Russia investigate the case. The patient has been removed from his medically induced coma and is being weaned off mechanical ventilation. Sherry t hospital said in a statement. He is responding to verbal stimuli. It remains to early to gauge the potential long-term effects off his severe poisoning. It added that the decision to publicly released details of his condition was made in consultation with Navales wife. Nirvana had been in an induced coma and the Berlin hospital since he was flown to Germany on August twenty seconds for treatment news of his gradual recovery came as German Chancellor Angela Merkel's office indicated that she might be willing to rethink the fate of a controversial German Russian gas pipeline project a sign of Berlin growing frustration over Moscow's stonewalling about the case. German authorities said last week that tends showed proof without doubt that Nevada any was poisoned with a chemical nerve agent from the Nova Chalk group British authorities identified the Soviet Era Nova Chuck as the poison used on former Russian spy Sergei script. Paul and his daughter in England in two thousand eighteen. Russia. has denied the Kremlin was involved in poisoning. All knee and accused Germany failing to provide evidence about the poisoning that it requested in late. August. German. Foreign Minister Heiko Moss said Sunday that the Russian reaction could determine whether Germany changes its long-standing backing for the Nord Stream two pipeline which brings Russian gas to Germany under the Baltic Sea bypassing Ukraine. The chancellor also believes that it's wrong to rule anything out MERCKEL spokesman Stephane. Siebert told reporters Monday after being asked about mosses comments. Previously Merckel had insisted on decoupling the of all case from the pipeline project which the US strongly opposes in August three US Republican senators threatened sanctions against the operator of a Baltic. Seaport located in Merkel's parliamentary constituency for its role as a staging post for ships involved in building Nordstrom to Siebert caution that it was premature to expect Moscow response to the matter within a few days. But made it clear that Berlin wants answers soon? I can't express a clear time-limited station except that we are certainly not talking about months or the end of the year he said. German diplomats rejected the Russian suggestion that Berlin was to blame for any delay in investigating the case noting that navalny was I treated for suspected poisoning in the Siberian city of. On August twentieth. All evidence witnesses, traces, and so forth are in the place where the crime was committed presumably somewhere in Siberia said German Foreign Ministry spokesman Christopher Burger. The CO leader of Germany's opposition Green Party Robert Habat called on the government to take a stronger stance and buried the pipeline. The project divide Europe it is economically nonsensical and oversized, and it is wrong in security policy terms harbut said. Completing it would mean that Russia can do what it wants. This signal must not be sad. Mikhail Lubinov. The Russian envoy international organizations in Vienna voiced suspicions about the timing of demands to link the pipeline with an ovonic. Ace. Suspicious Coincidence Nevada case and the final stage of Nord Stream two construction which some states desperately wants to be closed I am not fond of conspiracy theories, but it is obvious that the tragic events with the Volney are very timely and helpful for opponents of Ns to he tweeted.

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"the baltic sea" Discussed on Drive with Us Podcast

Drive with Us Podcast

14:46 min | 2 years ago

"the baltic sea" Discussed on Drive with Us Podcast

"Help. I do this. Nice areas called. Elvis is alive. What do you think that what do you think before I tell you what it is is kind of weird thing that people always thought not? A bunch of historical are still alive. Somewhere hidden using historical person using Oracle people. I think of like all right. I'm saying like is it kind of like how people like from like I don't know like decades ago is still lives on. Where even though digestible thing world? Disney is still. Yeah he's hiding somewhere. Yeah okay so it says that Elvis Presley died in nineteen seventy seven or did he or did he. The latest theories believed theory while I can read the latest thing. Were they call now flat? Arthur Elvas I was alive hours. I was alive are I think is says. The latest theory believes that Elvis faked his own death and now works as a groundsman in Graceland. Grainy footage of a bearded man has been posted on Youtube by the shadow. Which is I guess a youtube for. Who claims that the figure is eighty one years old with is how would be? I guess maybe to go talk them and they'll be like oh I don't really know what else does the only elvis I know is from Johnny Bravo. You always eat peanut butter and what peanut butter was a huge thing that they would say and he would always say p. e. Puma route and I didn't know the only ride bought like a huge thing with associated with Elvis. Really Yahya buildings I know is from Johnny Bravo and he didn't eat peanut but we're little. I did not know but then afterwards I'm like Oh my God he totally isn't Elvis impersonator. Yeah I didn't know that then but now that you're like no who elvis is and think back to the shows you watch it like. Oh my God he's totally or like make the connection between full house as Johnny Bravo. And you're like Oh my God that's GonNa be Elvis Elvis's favourite. A sandwich was peanut butter and banana. You that doesn't sound good audible. Duplicate is commuter now paninis. Panetta's that's the pain of our finances are Panini. How are you GONNA new food name? Anita do you WanNa Panini sandwiches? Was that peanut butter and bananas. Wouldn't it be mama put out a break into Song Panana? Yeah back to that. Can Do Banana. Note didn't work in helping ability phenomena. Then I lolly wasn't sog like no no no no no like all something. Let the building you open. You look very discussing Albertino. Everyone and I would actually be bad us down. Good that's something that sound super gross as opposed to other. It sounds good to me really. Yeah probably it'll be disgusting act. That doesn't sound bad to me but okay I love. Peanut butter lender phase where pin burn. Oh I don't know if I would like it now. Appear Angelidis disgusting to me. That's like the back you know I would never eat it. I know it takes us also. Didn't like Jelly for a long time. Like you know but then I switched from peanut butter jelly do the one or the other and now I like them both but separate it could be. Also the type of jam got an ally. I think this jam is better. I don't know peanut butter and Jelly dislike mix of like the tartness of Jelly with the kind of. I don't know how you start peanut butter but it's like Sticky Soft Gel helps to prevent that. It doesn't know I only preventative. I WANNA taste preventative. Everything already get stuck. Oh my Gosh Yup. Elvis was alive with theory. Okay she max. We built a new food out of that. Nama Open on how you look very disgusting. Okay what was that song like all something? The luck of the thing. Yeah Yup I don't remember what it goes with that. Yeah Yeah I don't know who's next. Jerry is big Pharma. It's withholding the cure for cancer. Why ruin saying that? Like I don't know. Government is a long standing very like popular conspiracy theory and is suggest that medical professionals that are led by the major pharmaceutical companies. Discover the cure for cancer but have not made it available to the wider public. Why would they do that one if they did? They'd be virtual the argument. Is that given the amount of money that's generated by cancer treatments around the World Cure. What seriously decreased revenue of drug companies? I don't top. They said it will put many doctors and researchers out of business. So they're saying that the longer they struck out this like finding a cure for cancer. The more money they'll be able to make everyone will still have a job. Continue to work towards finding your cure. I guess don't know my whole work is on cancer Why if they are withholding they released give one. That doesn't kill everyone. I mean that's Numb by can't go into much detail Yeah proprietary information yet but yes irene. Every ally companies are trying to work on finding a way to do a less harmful treatment option. But yeah that's the theory on know people like to take an idea around with it and they want to one person started and then people just goals around by word of mouth and then everyone thinks that I would like to -opoly like to believe that that is not true. Yeah said done done with that one open on could be explanation now open on Nana Darn Oh banana. Try TO SUBSTITUTE USE. Curse WORDS DIFFERENT WORDS. You can just use Ponente Nice. Oh shoot open. Why snapped without even actually trying. The noise comes but when I'm trying diff- Sucks it in I? I went out in the south food out. You know you know known known droplets yesterday. Six feet away from me social distancing you touch my song. I will get my foot very holey sock. She took all the Holy Sox. Say I'm blessed if anyone looked for holy stock you know where to find her. She took them all on me. I hope we don't know where to find God. 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They are resorting to using t shirts and stuff like that in the toilet getting clogged. Because they're throwing it down the toilet Lila at drawing your shirts because a wiped butts with it. You know you can wash that right. Why and that's why you gotta resort to Indian way use a was called in dry yourself with something but like Lord the load power as you got weiming this different they have days the Lord or manual. We've been doing our entire lives. And now everyone and also coming over to the Indian side. Now yes everyone is. GonNa wash their butts like we do water now. There's a reason that the Indians do at this bear. Hellos going to be like us. No contact contact. Hello Folder Hm. We keep distances from each other in the first place because none of us is not considered acceptable to stand so close to someone so like heck now now over to the Indian side. Yeah come over now. Adopting our. It's great over here. Lots of spicy foods and great music and I love her listens or from a distance. I will say this Alana. I've to two more second to last one does next one. This NESSIRI is Finland doesn't exist. Let I'm pretty sure there's a there's an airline go in mayor into Thin Air. And then somehow you wind up in back in the country that you came out of and you don't realize yes uncle phenomenon. A good airline. Yeah so even reality. That's Finland doesn't exist. Liz Finland one of the North. One's like the Kinda like island above Europe. One is in the North Zoa. Finland is with US Sweden. And her who cool. I'll throw some job reunion. Yeah it's okay. So it's Norway. Sweden and Finland Finland is connected to Russia so they said that the nation of Finland is actually part of the Baltic Sea and people who claim to live. There are really either from eastern Sweden western Russia or northern Estonia. Before is it was around. Oh no okay Google. Thank you sorta go back to sleep so this was a theory that started on twenty sixteen on a reddit thread in a started as a joke and then quickly people started like adopting this theory and more and more people commented on his part of the Baltic Sea. They say it's actually part of the Baltic Sea and people who live there are actually from eastern Sweden western Russia or northern Estonia but how the land is their solar saying. It's like parts. The side is from. I don't know that's what they said. And then they said that it's a fictional country that Russia and Japan made up and I pay on Russia and Japan created this special and they said that the notion goes at the two nations creative Finland so that Japan could fish the sea that truly exists there with on the environmental complaint and re- repercussions interesting. Okay stupid question. But what is the Green Rush? The Beige on Google maps. Is that like more dessert dessert already. 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But this says that while schoolmasters tend to spark nationwide debate ending craze law school massacres. Okay tend to spark nationwide debates and increased calls for tighter gun controls somberly. Mass shootings are actually orchestrated by the government as an excuse to restrict sale of firearms. Why would they go and kill a bunch of innocent kids and people know the thing just mass shootings in general not like the school shootings? That's other thing included. Yeah any of the ones that like. Us stores or wherever movie theaters. Why would they go and kill people all right guns like what? Why Do Control Gotten? Doesn't they think that if that is true? Some very twisted people in our very twisted like Very nodded when you see that twister thought like twisted cheetos are like twisted twisted. Those freedom you would think of that. Polo food is. I'm very fritos coming from the person who doesn't you allot thought a food but okay have a bunch of fritos. 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Food Discoveries from the Baltics

Monocle 24: The Menu

08:53 min | 2 years ago

Food Discoveries from the Baltics

"Food of the Baltic Nation Stone Latvia and Lithuania unknown for many. But the three small countries all have their interesting interesting distinctive culinary culture. So it's about time to get a cookbook. That showcases all discoveries to be made in the region by the North East Coast the Baltic Sea Australian Food and travel for soccer for and shift Simond but judd has written the book called Baltic New and old recipes and he talked talk about it to Monaco's fed onto our Gestapo check I am. I've always been very interested in foreign cuisines and I visited Latvia. Think is two thousand eight two thousand thousand nine and there was something that I found incredibly interesting seeing a buffet of these dishes. I had no idea about and it prompted. Make no more about them and took some notes. And then since living in Sweden visited there numerous occasions and just started to look a little closer and cursor each time and I started compile research and realized there's not many recipes from these countries not documented so well anywhere anywhere so I started to have my little collection of recipes and spoke to my publisher about the idea and and they they liked it and we went for and his interest. Does he live in Sweden. Because I'm curious as I said I don't know much about the Kuzina from those countries now. I know a little bit because I've read your book but is it influenced by Scandinavian cuisine or Germany. Or do they really have their own kind of ingredients and and what what what. What kind of the influence is there? Yeah I would say it's a very interesting mix of the places you just mentioned this. Certainly Nordic touches and the Soviet period had an influence on the cuisine and also Prior to that there was a German influence like recipes. Going way back seem to have more of a German influence. It's it's really the quad mix and then Lithuania. More southern and just above Poland also has little Polish influence. It's really a melting pot of what's around it and I. I think it has some dishes that that are quite unique in that we see in the neighboring countries and I think that has a lot to do with this period of Soviet rule where it almost time stood still and there was a limited pantry and the the amount of ingredients against was obviously not plentiful sir so things would develop that made use of certain products and there awesome unique things and I was certainly taken by drinks desserts. They seem to be very interesting as a foreigner. Because there's things in there that the win familiar things he's like kvass which is also rushing. Meade is very popular being wine. Made from honey. And that's a very strong was strongly admired in Lithuania. I mean talking about honey. There's quite a lot of recipes. We we've hunting. There's one that I mean it's quite simple but I I would never imagine the combination of those two which is basically cucumbers enhance. Have you tried. I would love to try now. Yeah fantastic he have that watery Christmas and then and sweetness of the honey in my research I spoke to obviously shifts producers growers stallholders. Everyone and I had a series of questions and one of them was Naima dish reminds you of your childhood and for many Lithuanians that would be the answer. I remember remember start a summer in the fifth cucumbers and corresponding is. He's honey and so they would sit in the garden. Have honey on cucumbers compass and I got to try that when I was there and and it was a special occasion was really nice visiting some bee keepers and yeah it was delicious and I love those kind kind of simple kind of childhood dishes as well. I mean there's another one that caught my eye because it does look delicious which I think the PG or you're I g it just it just looks so simple. It's kind of some sort of pastry tomatoes inside and that right there like a moon shaped crescent dorm inside they just simply bacon and onion and It's a latvian recipe. That's made around midsummer traditionally but it's eaten all year round. I think but yes. Every sour cream's creams very simple very delicious. Freeze well so it's a nice recipe. Yeah and we're talking here about three countries. Tony Lot fairly twain. You know the books of all all of those countries but what are the main differences or even similarities. Between those three I think they share a similar past and background. Obviously these small differences between them. It's hard to generalize but two of them share similar language. That being this Indo European and then a steiner in the north shares a similar language to Finland. So there's a difference there obviously Estonia. I feel has a little more Nordic influence. That's probably just geographic location. Lithuania further south is Catholic and Latvia and stone. Your Loser Lutheran say this. Some small differences there and let beer is twenty five percent. Russian population stayed after the Soviet time and Lithuania. Lithuania also has little Jewish influence. I'm not sure about it certainly in the food but as the population. I'm not sure today. But that's things as I picked up on him my in my travels and I have to say you being photographer. Of course the book is is just incredible. Pictures are really really beautiful. You know sometimes times you. Of course the recipes are here with beautiful images. But sometimes you think you're looking at you know like a nice story on travel magazines as well or so. He makes me want one to visit those countries way. Yeah that was the idea. I really want to entice people to the region and and for them to be more interested. You there's three very small countries and for some they. They might have never heard of them but interestingly Lithuania was a superpower at one stage it was I think the second largest empire in in Europe and they just have a very interesting history and and a good future ahead. Yeah I think if you could choose you know. Perhaps a couple of your favorite recipes as I said I I want to try the cucumber and honey and also there's beautiful fish we've a beetroot source and page seventy. I was quite tempted but that one is actually was tempted by many of the recipes but I wonder if you have any favorites. Yeah for me I I love I think if you look at seasonally. I love the chill beet root soup. I'm not sure if you saw that striking pink color and it's incredibly incredibly refreshing in summer. It's very much like a good spot show in a way and I think it's a dish that really typifies the region. It's it's got the dairy element which is very strong part of the cuisine and there's a sweetness from the beats and uses horseradish which is very typical ingredient. So I think that for me is is one of the favorites but it's very much a some addition winter. I there's one recipe love which is the hot from Latvia from a coastal town where it's simply smoked cod with cream in potatoes so the quite rich but it's very simple when delicious breath and someone else talking to stolen friend and the only thing he said he felt with frustration to the people you know. Let's say you're in the UK or in other countries. Imagine Baltica has been kind of boring or storage. There's a kind of a PR problem there. But do you think it's changing. I mean you just released. This book. Defamed perhaps could be one of a nice two two thousand twenty trend when it comes to food. The rise of the bout accusing I think certainly the chefs in the Baltic countries. They're excited they're motivated Divided the inspired by what they've seen the Nordic countries do recently and I think more than anything we as those that are cooking at home we have changed our taste in people. Love the pickle things now you know this. This movement of this northern European cuisine is a little more every day than it was say ten years ago after the success of the dining chefs etc and those sort of pickle dishes smoke dishes. which is I think? The pallets of general public those that are interested in food has changed and that changed brings them close to what the Baltic countries cooking so. I think there's recipes in there that people will appreciate you

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Nord Stream 2 to press on with Europe gas pipe, despite U.S. sanctions

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"the baltic sea" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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12:51 min | 3 years ago

"the baltic sea" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Real, my friend. Friends, plural. All Lia great to be with you. Gather around the speaker. Well, hey off another couple hours, get into weekend, happy weekend to those of you who worked third shift, your we can start real soon. Now we have John rose got a vacation to talk about John. What's up? this great craig what i called you some weeks ago to suggest any suggest that you consider visiting malta on next case i'm all about it i studied up on it i i'm ready to go Oh I thought you couldn't go. I thought would you didn't have enough time to get some Sicily to mall, not on this trip separate? anyway at the time i mentioned vacation sort of a bucket list vacation ever gonna take to the baltic sea yeah you pose the question i you probably don't remember do you said if i get a chance could i ask people around there what they think of america when i i actually asked seven people i took notes 'cause i don't wanna make this to for your great this is fantastically well i actually put dry rental lindan gatwick in london twenty-seven-year-old male he's from romania he's never been to states but he's wanting to go to school and this is a reoccurring thing the guy said you don't have any middle class in america you have or you don't have in america and he was every all seventies people quite passionate about their home maybe passionate of definite about their answers but that's what this twenty seven year old guy who's done events he is say that's what he said which is interesting because we used to have one and now we some people think we do but we kinda don't that's why i agree with that and that's why i think that the gulf is widening and maybe these people are really onto something because it looking at what being involved with talking to a stray and sisters who was six neither one of the united states the first word outta wanna there wells was the would violence she said i won't go there the other one agreed wholeheartedly with us she says that filing while place and i didn't want to get into well you don't wanna debate any of this stuff with them but i i just wanted to get some answers i don't think we realize how violent is every i think if you grow up in a home where it's kind of you kind of get used to it and i think that's where we're at here we don't we don't realize comparatively violent it is kinda used to it i don't think we realize so maybe we do realize we ought to realize that how other people in other countries really think that in view that perhaps a right about it i talked to a taxi driver from london a fifteen year old male he has spent the states was in california to visit a mate when he was much and the first word out of his mouth was goes and then he said you have so no he said there are sweaty guns in america and then he sort of going to fillet show who always should have guns so that was that taxi driver and then we finally get one and i talked to an amsterdam taxi driver fifty six year old male guys from surinam and he was passed that this guy was passing it he's never been to america but he's got a cousin of new york that he said there's only rich or poor there any says rich keep the poor down he says you know middle class that's kind of redundant but that's what he says could you know then he said big discrimination big discrimination To describe America. i talked to a twenty seven year old female tour guide and saint petersburg who also has been this i thought was kind of interesting she said people think that people in america work very hard but then she said you people in america smile very much and i said well that's really good she says no it isn't she said you smile so much he said that's not our culture she said an awful lot of people on the street and saint petersburg feel as though smiles that you throw away trying to break into a little rose that they do a little wall around themselves and we're trying to get into that they're comfortable she said it's not appreciate it she said it's your coca it's not so they don't like when we smile at them because they feel a smile intrusive and like it's a little always tonight trying to get into this show that's what she said that you put so much better than i quit but that's exactly what she said she said a lot of people in in russia she said we watch movies from america she says what influenced by the movies and she said i kind of movies she's well we watch desperate housewives and we watch a lot of situation comedies she says you know people think that either have metal problems you're dumb but you work very hard I don't make the connection. But that's what she said anyway. I talked to a. i talked to a whole co quirk a twenty one year old female this is stockholm and she said again the guns thanks he sits this is a quote so many guns must be so easy to get comes everybody's probably got a gun twinkling arise she says but she says most americans probably little crazy anyway because what you do with your elections And then it went someplace else after that. The last guy. the last guy was a sixty three year old male he was driven it when he was younger he married a woman from america from connecticut actually and they had a son and the son eventually to an age where to go to university of the united states and his mother was agreeing with that because she was from the united states but he was absolutely opposed with because he feared for his son's safety but his wife was waded reiner to accompany them to the united states when the sun finally got to play with he was interviewing for schools over here so they went to connecticut a place co wilson connecticut which was with the weather was from the five began to see things a little differently but he he left wilson with the idea that yeah okay the united states probably could be a safe place but it depends on where you are And I asked him why he felt that way. this is his words lion he said he had once seen a movie coli o._k. corral and he thought that the united states probably hasn't changed much of the mentality of the o._k. corral except the houses have been replaced by 'cause his words and the cowboy outfits have been replaced by jeans and t-shirts but the shoot 'em up that's still there he thought but he changed his mind after you spend some time with the white family in wilton connecticut so that's the answer to the question about what people think about america interesting to get a lot of their information from the movies you know they really do the television i even noticed especially after talking with this desk quick and stock on that awful lot of american a lot of american video over there that's much movies but t._v. the t._v. is systematic u-turn on the t._v. you think back in boston well no that's an exaggeration but not too much not too much exaggeration what's what's of oh and visited one of your you're not gonna like this i don't think but i attended to visit want to like favorite places talent estonia yes but my wife and i are a whole lot over than you and i wish i wish talent was for stop and not last 'cause it was out last stop i got i got the fortress they're feel sure you're familiar with that i get to the fortress and around a little bit and headlines and my wife's bositis is she can't do it anymore we walk thirty eight point six miles on by that time she was all and i kind of was to i love to go back to town they didn't really get into the old town though didn't i'm a hate to say that but i didn't know you big on the old town okay those stones cobblestones out they are kind of hard to walk on their killers tell you up the streets around there though i you know i suppose if i was forty is young of fifty years ago they wouldn't have been a problem but you know and you mentally seven as they are problem and you went in the summertime tunes pretty hot right no actually it wasn't a we had dutiful weather it wasn't hot all yovany that was quite refreshing actually of for instance coming through a heavy vent so the kyle kiel canal germany keel talking about yeah well there's a canal runs through that that holy you into the baltic sea in that was an ex a really very pleasant surprise to to see that determine had thought that i didn't wanna go to germany but now kinda glad i did it it's shakes up my thinking about some things glad i had the opportunity to never twelve and stuff so you're in your you talk to somebody who had a family member go to wilton connecticut and they change their mind about the u._s. after going there wilton connecticut is kind of well-to-do fairfield county i looked it up eighteen eighteen pimple like a real nice place so no wonder girls background of in her family's from the you know her parents are gone but she's got a sister back there and they say that the sisters house and this guy ryder her husband the guy talked to wilton opened his eyes to maybe it's not always the o._k. corral when you Right. hey that's depending on where you go and how much money you got to john really appreciate it maybe call again we'll talk about the to the trip more because we didn't really get into your call well if you want me to bradley i would i would be happy to share the experience with you call in another time and and make some major points of spices you went and stuff you saw votes on that i would do that thank you so you have a good day thank you thank you love i love love love hearing about people's trips good for you for going forward he said he's a lot older he's probably not a lot older but he went for good for him man i am curious about how you feel about the continued about the the use of the photograph of the dead people who died trying to cross the rio grande just a is it wrong to keep showing it like that or is it right is there any news value to it news value and what do you think the repercussions of that politically we did hear from bill durham he had some thoughts on it which i agree with mostly and by the way bill we did have to go leave very abruptly that's because 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"the baltic sea" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

11:43 min | 3 years ago

"the baltic sea" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Is my guest tonight. So happy to have on the program. We go now to Natalie in Florida eye Nadal. You're on ground zero with Billy go ahead. No. Are you doing tonight? Good. All right. Well thing is is basically carbon dating and how carbon dating has been proven to be off by quite a bit when they carbon dated areas where they had set off to weapons or places like turnober, and that kind of thing they were not only hundreds of thousands of years all done, but even millions and millions of years she. Bring go ahead. Sorry, I'm sorry. But the reason why I bring that up is because it they're sitting back in prehistoric time to whatever like Mr. Bill was saying. This may be a lot over as in what even modern day. Carbon dating actually saying, like the pyramids, for example, and I'll take the answers off the air will, thank you so much. Thank you. So, yeah, ancient civilizations lot older than we think. Thousand percent accurate, but it will give you a general idea and a lot of the things that they have found that they have discovered really, really super old. They've been lie about mainstream science Lalai about its cover up the fact of true h in give a fake eight. So we've got a lot of history books that are saying, two three four thousand years, that really ten fifteen thousand thirty thousand maybe sometimes even more than one hundred thousand two hundred thousand years old, and they literally fabricate the ages to keep that same agenda, moving forward of, you know, that they want to put on Lucien and everything else. Absolutely. Right. Let's go to Mike in Oregon. Hi, mike. You're on ground zero. Billy Carson go ahead. Interesting topic today. Thank you, my contribution comes from all places, Babas from last week's appearance at the UFO fast. Okay. Audience question was was there any information in the briefing documents as for about the origin of the craft we are in possession of the alien craft said, yes, in pretty documents? It said, loest of the craft we have there are from archaeology sites dated to ten thousand years old. Absolutely. Yeah. I believe it. You know, we have something in the Baltic Sea. Call the Baltic Sea anomaly. That object is probably hundreds of thousands as old, most likely I was on a documentary about the Baltic Sea anomaly and still there, I think it's on YouTube. No actually interview with the crew, actually, it was the first interview. Got it was awesome. That's great. Yeah. I was actually on the documentary with them. These guys went down there several times the power was getting shut off on their devices. The light bulbs, you know, getting shut off to the running, and so forth and they had to go back a few times. They eventually got it all mapped that look at, and it's a solid structured, I would've skit Mark, you know. So there's a lot of stuff on this planet all around that has been discovered as images on Google earth. When you zoom into an article you could see parsley uncovered what looked like high technology to me, kind of, like you Afo pasta covering the ice there, several hundred meters wide. I mean these things are massive, and I do believe that there's a lot of them probably Masaaki, an article a lot of them. Yeah. Good work. In light of Bob's revelation. We need to take a fresh look at all the agents sightings of craft is whatever I agree. I we need to look into it a little more and opening up this topic because of what's been found. What is being continued be found out there? It's amazing Richard in New Mexico. You're on ground zero. Billy carson. Go ahead. Hey, how you doing? In college, I got several Hindu colleagues that we talked about all that stuff over India. You know, I mean. There's one thing that's only bothered me. How come nobody talks about the spaceship battle that happened over Hamburg Germany back in early? Eighteen hundreds. Are you talking about hundreds? It was over the fifteen hundred and I think it was over Nuremberg. It wasn't. It was over. Nuremberg wasn't over. Well, a lot, I all I know is it was a celestial phenomenon. It was a lot of unidentified flying objects flying above Nuremberg. But you know, it's a modern UFO battle, I guess, but I don't know. Exactly if there's much on the, the, the, the history of this, it's amazing story though, it really is. Wreckage. It was recorded nobody. I, I haven't heard any in-depth investigations of it. Well, maybe I can find some little talk about it. I mean, it's something that like you say, I mean, another thing that I've talked with people about, too, is there have been very little reports of UFO's during the times of the frontiers during the times of the eighteen hundreds. Although they made a movie called aliens vs Cowboys. But in fact, I did a show along time ago about it saying what's interesting about eighteen hundreds is that we had the Aurora alien citing UFO citing that time. But then most of what we learned in the eighteen hundreds was appearances of quote angels, but established churches in rewrote bibles. There was the auspey. There was the book of Mormon, there was the your ancho books. All these books written by so-called angels, that were delivering this information about new religions eighteen hundred. So we had men. And women who are coming in contact with the celestial beings, giving them information about new religious groups new religious movements. So there's more of a religious train with regards to these special, you know, appearances of aliens, or whatever, they might be that gave some interesting scripture books to read, which I think, is interesting. Let's go now to yes in Georgia your own. Billy go ahead. Great to hear you cry vegetating. Well really miss. Because. You from. I'm interested in where you were with the tab. Can you go ahead? And. Information Bela mental table, how we could educate children into a high of conscious in the script as it would be kind of, like, when you talk about the light grey king likely come a little bit move bride play the dark glass. Yeah. And your role because if you're familiar with the. No. You knew you. The vision when it went into the hole for men. Did into where you're that Indian summation you've been able to discover them. Okay. Great, great question. Well, I will tablets, what's amazing about the book that wrote compendium of the matab is a lot of teachers have contacted me. Now, it's only teach this schools and, and even some university professors have brought this up in their classes, and their lectures in college or so that's really amazing. But the self really is something that is reading for all ages, because there's nothing bad that can come out of it only positive. What the matab truly are, if you wanna put aside all the information about advanced technology in advance weapons and in all this other kind of stuff. You wanna look at it truly from a spiritual standpoint. It's talking about taking darkness and twenty dollars since a lights over taking yourself. A lower level of consciousness into a higher level of consciousness on how to achieve that through different types of meditation. Also your reality tunnel, in times of need and towns of trouble ordering different types of frequencies. Some people think their names, but I cover this book. They're not names that they're being called on frequencies that are being uttered that literally according to both have a direct effect on the east space time itself, and through different types of being ways of being in service to mankind and other people respecting loving unconditional love, all that's inside the motel. And if we just live by what's being said their this world will be fertile paradise. And so it's definitely to teaching fall ages. And I think that might be able to bring us out to the world in a way that the majority of people can consume it understand it. And that just it thanks for the question. Ground zero back with more. Keeping here, the numbers to call eight seven seven seven, three, three, one zero one one eight seven seven seven three three one zero one one, of course, he's going to be at contact in the desert that's happening at the end of this month. In fact, we're going to be there as well. So should have come by Indian Wells, California. 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Rick Perry, Nord Stream And Baltic Sea discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

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Rick Perry, Nord Stream And Baltic Sea discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

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"the baltic sea" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

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09:46 min | 3 years ago

"the baltic sea" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"What have you an amazing career that let's circle back to the story that my mom was talking about. And we're just talking a little bit about honeymoon. And if you can think of one person in life who's had a lot of good food, and has visited cool places on this planet of ours. It's gene Wolfe. Mrs peer will mom back over to you. Thank you so much. I wanted to you with my honeymoon. So we are in France. And I am looking at the Eiffel tower. I tell you it is really spectacular. And then to see Notre Dom to see all of the sites that were there. It was just I've seen them in picture books. But I'd never seen them in real life. I think my mouth was open the entire on tyrod honeymoon. We will gone for four weeks. We want all over Europe. But the most the tackler was brands because that's what we landed. And I just couldn't believe how impressed I was with everything one of the other trips that we took we want Galapagos island. It was in final trips. Galapagos islands is right Malone's to Ecuador Ecuador is on the. Quarter. That's why it's called Ecuador and the island or about five or six hundred miles in Pacific him you have to fly to get there. And the interesting thing is on all the island is only one that's inhabited show. That's where the landing field was and to see these islands. Some the air was spectacular. We got down and landed and took a boat, and we want started on going to the different island. And the interesting thing was there the both that we were on was very small it only had ten rooms. So what have maximum of twenty people? We also had to tour guides and the tour guys would take us on each and every day, we would go to a different island, and then was a past there. It was not paid. It was a dirt path, and then would be one guy at the front and one guy at the back, and you were not allowed to get off the pack off the track. But the amazing thing was to see these animals that you never eat in your life. Most up they were not afraid of you because they were not allowed to be hunted. And the burrage were in grennell because you are on the quarter you'll have to wear a hat because otherwise you're gonna get sunstroke or something. No, I had I had, you know, very very summary close, but I also had a hat on and one of the birds landed on my hat, and what you believe pooped on my hat from. We actually have a photograph of that pretty incredible. But thank heavens. I had a hat on. That's amazing. Really amazing story mum, whether some of the other favorite places, you know, that that you remember. I'm just looking in one of dad's books, you visited Alaska, let's say shows Marissa's in Hong Kong all over the world. Winter couple other favorites. I wanna talk about the Baltic Sea. The Baltic Sea is pretty incredible because you're almost to the Arctic circle. And some of these are some of these countries Norway not Denmark Norway Sweden Finland. And we the first place that we started on that cruise. We started in Denmark, and then we went to an island belongs to Sweden. It was called Gotland just a really charming twice. And then we went onto to Finland and devoted Finland. Most of Finland is in the Arctic circle. So really, very cold. But of course, this is summertime, and so it was okay. Then we went onto Russia and to an incredible place. It is now called Saint Petersburg. But during the war World War Two it was called Leningrad after Lennon the dictator van. But the the Hermitage museum was the most fascinating place. I'd ever seen in my life. The actual museum is too long. And you cannot see the whole thing we were in Saint Petersburg for two days thank heaven, and we had a tour that started at eight o'clock in the morning and went all day until five o'clock at night. And then the same thing the next day, and we really saw let him go wrong. We saw same Petersburg. And it was is she Hermitage. In person, we went to the gold room, everything in the gold room was gold. They had all kinds of articles there they had lambs. They everything they do. But the big things they had just amazing things that you would put in your house. Yes. I cannot believe what a wonderful thing. Then having all the same Peters were. We went along the other coast of Europe, and we went through places like Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania, these are countries that people never even your of. But there exist, and that's where they are on the Baltic Sea. We visited two of the three, and then we went to Poland, which is another incredible place. Very very interesting. And that's where a lot of amber is. So after amber jewelry, boy, that's the place to go. And. Of course, Russia is is she only part of Russia that we ever were at Shane pitas where we never were anywhere else. And we also went applause to Iceland and Greenland that was a different trip, but very interesting Iceland is absolutely fantastic. And I loved it. I wanna go back lean one was wasn't disappointment. We'd land is not ready for tourists. I wasn't able to find a single on a Monday or a single t shirt or sweatshirt that said Greenland on they're not quite ready for tourists yet. Maybe fun to go off the beaten path, and of course, Iceland from what I understand this one of the hottest places to go. Visit mom in that would just be an amazing amazing trip to have we're talking with gene Wolfe peers. Wife of fifty eight years and some of the experiences she had with peer over there. Many many decades of marriage and experience together. This is Ron woolfe broadcasting on the biz talk radio for America's dining in travel guide. As we pay tribute to Pierre wolf. As the Denver post says conic restaurant tour here from the Denver area. With decades of media experience. A man who influenced lives of show many people here in Colorado area on cruise ships on press tours on steak sponsor visits countries all around the world and were spending time with various family members. My mom my sister's coming up next. Karen, Michelle rules, Karen wolf Herman, Mary to haul Herman with three great grand kids that we've already heard from one Chris Herman as we all celebrate the life of peer in the many of amazing accomplishments in what a man was able to do without even a high school education. So I do like to refer to it as a great American story in in that someone can accomplish so much with a very very troubled beginning having to fight in World War Two haven't been injured in. World War, Two the stories go on and on as I mentioned before peer did put out a novel that he was very proud of call the tall fellows by Pierre. Wolf you can find these believe on Amazon. What's a little known fact, this is not a autobiography, however, many of the stories that are recounted in the tall fellow are based on actual experience that peer had in his life received an injury took some shrapnel in World War Two recovered in Cyprus. And there's a section of that. There's a section on Cyprus in this book. He had he stayed on a house boats on the river Nile during World War Two. There's a section in the book of at that zoo. It's really a great read. It's an easy one hundred pages something that perhaps in my life. I might try to extend out with a little bit more detail. But I think urge everyone to stay tuned for more on America's dining and travel guide. Heffer.

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"the baltic sea" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"the baltic sea" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Who was this woman, even for art experts, this likely probable, founder of modern abstraction was a mystery. I saw many many exhibitions on modernism in that period. And I thought it's very unlikely I come across someone who is as important as him out of tin was and so it really struck me that this artist was completely unknown to me. Julia Voss is an art historian in Berlin. Who is now writing the first substantial biography on Helmuth Clint, she says HAMAs story begins in eighteen sixty two in Stockholm where she's born into a family of naval officers family were actually the makers of the big now chops and of the Baltic Sea. And what they what you've actually do you make something that is hidden because it's underwater you make it visible for other people. And I think that's very compatible to what? She's doing she also makes a world that is hidden to other people visible to them. She attended the Royal Academy during the early years of when they let women into the Royal Academy. Tracy bash Goff is the curator of the Helmuth Clint exhibition at the Guggenheim. She would have been trained as a traditional painter in done sort of classical drawing painting exercises making landscapes portraits. I mean when she studied at the academy, she got the gold medal for history painting, which is absolutely extraordinary for woman in the eighteen eighties. So I think that would have been a career pass there. But she wasn't interested in nineteen thousand six she starts completely new thing. So in one thousand nine hundred six Helmuth Clint begins a whole new artistic and professional venture one. That would be a total, right. Turn from her strict academic education. But what's interesting is that the timing isn't coincidental. There is a lot going on at this moment. The turn.

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"the baltic sea" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"the baltic sea" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

"Should I really let him do that? Or should I kind of pull him to play the chemistry set with me or to read? Need an encyclopedia with me. Am I doing something wrong in a way? I'm kinda relieved that he wants to do because own stuff because then I can do my own stuff. But I don't know, what's right and what's wrong. Well, I you know, since you're putting yourself out there. So bravely will use you as a little bit of example, you know, when you said, I spent time with my son, or when we spend time with our children with thinking, it means that we're going to be together spirit with spirit just joining just being just chilling. But when you describe what you do with your son, it sounded very like effort fallen purposeful chemistry said I heard then I heard what would they are the leading encyclopedia and encyclopedia. What else? What was it ahead watching a documentary documentary? I wonder why this kid. Oh god. I am. So glad paid enough. Not in the room. Thank god. He went home. Yeah. Another thing. I never let my Dr Who is listened to my dogs. So if you're so good, what did you just have one kid? Why not like ten because I said before I only needed one show me. My insanity defenses are not that fake. I was ready to let it crumble or see already making a mistake by two months old shop is closed. Okay. So then walk us through the typical day or a parent. Right. Like, what were you doing with your children as you got them dressed in them breakfast and took them to school? Was there anything unique or different that you did? No. I was a typical parent completely mired in my ego. Losing it every ten minutes not knowing what I was doing waiting for the child of my fantasy to show up every day. I said today's the day not the day that I'll show up for the day that she is going to show up and within ten minutes when that didn't come through my ego would unleash so I did that for the first three or four years of my trial, very formative years, and then I woke up so please don't be thinking, you know, life in my house is some blurry picnic along the banks of the Baltic Sea or something it's not it's a horror show because I messed up the first three years. I was unconscious. I didn't know that I was waiting for my child of my fantasies, and that was the wrong thing. I didn't tell me that. Yet. So a typical parent will struggle between the world of foam and doing things and getting things done and these children who just are here to test your every particle of patients, they engineer to not follow the world of foam. And here we're taking them into the world of form and they're kicking and screaming. So this is the battle. We walk that line every single day to stay in form holding onto it with your dear life, and every two minutes, you're being challenged by this child who just doesn't want to enter the world of form. So what do you do? It's the art of practicing mindfulness in the moment. They are teachers they are to show. You look how attached you are to the dress that I just wanted on. Why are you so attached? Look how attached you are that. I eat every piece of the beautiful scrambling. You just made me why are you so attached mom? I don't want it anymore. Will I just took ten minutes to make it? Why you so attached? Right. So the here to show you every day why we're so attached..

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