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Man vs the Holy Ghost's Influence With Justin Combs
"Special guest is returning guests theologian and podcast justin combs. Welcome back to the show justin. All right thanks michael. Glad to be back round to round two exactly. How many make it this far. I last time we left off on a sad note depressing. Though we'll we'll get back to all that fun. But i we left on prayer and i wanted to touch on a few things just before we got back to the prayer shirt so more basic stuff like you know. What is the bible to you. I don't know if we tackle that last time. I didn't write it down. So what does the bible to you. I mean they got a lot of things in there that are. Yeah yeah. I mean it's so it's a lot of stuff to me. I mean i can come at it from like faith. Perspectives scholarly perspective literary perspective. And i guess like from the faith perspectives. Go like i believe. It's the inspired word of god. Now what is what. Do i mean when i got into that a little bit last time just kind of like probably maybe maybe a good way to put it like human experiences of the divine dieted sometimes more sometimes less by the holy spirit but it is human experiences Put down okay. Let's go off of that experiences. Put down human experiences interacting with this deity correct. Okay may maybe two more explicit or less explicit extent depending on which text you're looking at within the thome
Park Howell: The Business of Story
"I'm looking forward to this because as i said you're nine notebook both no big story not just story but how to construct story and the power of story and you and i talked about in our previous conversation. It's just it's a delicious subject a thing everybody can live from but before i jump into that We stopped by in this world of great influences. Every mondays dogs and influenza who somebody who's influenced you in your leadership who maybe we wouldn't consider all maybe wouldn't automatically think who's somebody who's had not influence on you want an automatically thinking boy. That's a you know. Dr seuss popped into my mind if i ran. The circus was my favorite book growing up. And i don't know why that is a lot of places a lot of people say. Oh the places you'll go. Which is another fabulous. Dr seuss thome. But if i ran the circus i don't know my dad used to sit down and read that to me all the time. He ran his own company which was heavy construction up in the seattle area Dams bridges tunnels. I mean big time stuff and he said yep life is a little bit like this book. So i would look at dr seuss and then Someone that you probably have heard of Sir richard branson. I'm large admire of him. But not a big surprise there. The surprise here though. Is i out of nowhere. Got a very fortunate invite to visit he in his island. A month ago was out necker In march with a company here called digital airstrike spent a week on necker working with Automotive groups in having a chance. To listen to. And be around. Richard branson and i gotta tell you everything he espouses as a leader everything you would think of him being he is and then some and i'll be honest with you. I was prepared to be disappointed. When i got there and yet i was still completely and utterly blown
San Francisco 49ers trade up for the No. 3 pick
"The forty niners trade up to number three overall in the twenty twenty one draft. This was shocking. News to me. Came out right after my episode released on saturday or on friday after i sent over my episode but i normally just was not expecting Draft news to come this early. I feel like most years. The draft news comes a lot closer to the draft is still three or four weeks away but the forty niners did in their aggressive so they traded the twelfth overall. Pick a twenty twenty two third round compensatory pick and first round picks in twenty twenty two and twenty two thousand three for the miami dolphins number three overall selection so the dolphins moved to twelve where the four nine were previously listed. And now the forty niners move up to three. So what does this mean. First of all they swap a total of three first round picks. Is that smart to do. I think it is if they liked the guy. If they're convinced on one of these quarterbacks enough and they're confident that they can get them at number three. I think it's a great move because at this point the forty niners roster is loaded. They're trying to win now. And all they need is that future franchise cornerstone to kind of move that what roster forward and push them over the hump so they need to get the future of the franchise right while the roster and core are relatively young and talented like they are but overall. I think this is a great move by four hundred. Gm john lynch because he's been aggressive. He really inherited a mess in two thousand seventeen. They were coming off all the colin kaepernick drama Jim thome soula era. Which was a fun was which was really fun while it lasted Brian hoyer was his first quarterback when he got there he's made aggressive moves since he treated for jimmy garoppolo drafted. George kittle has fifth round. Pick one of the better draft picks in the past three four years. That's happened for five years. That's happened in the nfl. Just in terms of the value that he got that late in the draft
Dallas Cowboys fire defensive coordinator Mike Nolan and defensive line coach Jim Tomsula
"Do have some breaking news on friday afternoon. The first friday after the dallas cowboys season ended an unfortunate start the new year for their staff. That dallas cowboys. Making some you know some obvious news in a bit of surprise news the dallas cowboys announcing that defensive coordinator. Mike nolan defensive. Line coach jim. Tom soula have been let go. Have been whatever you wanna call it fire to buy the team. They will not be back in two thousand and twenty one. Mike nolan obviously oversaw. One of the worst defenses to ever live ever played in the nfl. And so we'd heard. Rumblings obviously had been reported different instances over kind of the last month that it was likely he was not going to be back although mike nolan. If you're somehow unaware is is rather chummy with mike mccarthy dallas cowboys head coach mike mccarthy they go way back in case. You forgot mike. Nolan was the head coach of the san francisco. Forty niners in two thousand and five and mike mccarthy offensive corner at the time that was of course the year. The forty niners took alex smith with a number one overall pick. Ironically the quarterback that won the division that they were together here. This season with the dallas cowboys. Jim thome soula was a head coach of the forty niners at one point in time himself albeit for only a year obviously following in the footsteps of jim harbaugh who got an extension today of all days again with the university of michigan so lots of symmetry going on here and so. Yeah i mean my canola thing. I think everybody saw coming a mile away. The jim thome solo thing is a bit of a surprise austin on youtube. Says i thought it said mccarthy and was like whoa still good to get rid of nolan and this is how every cowboys fan feels. And let's be frank. Let's be honest. We don't enjoy talking about people losing their jobs. People getting fired or things like that but this defense was among the worst again in the history of this game. The dallas cowboys last week. With their season on the line against an offense that had been anemic for most of the season the new york giants that was incidentally again. You talk about all. The irony here led by former dallas cowboys head coach jason garrett in the giants offensive coordinator who again to go kind of crazy circle reportedly had an interview today on friday with the los angeles chargers for their head coaching vacancy. But the cowboys new york with their season on the line and they got run over. I mean the new york giants before last week against the cowboys. The previous four games. The giants had not scored more than three points in a single first half in each of the four games. The giants played before the cowboys. They went into the locker room at halftime with no more than three points. They put twenty up in the first half against the cowboys. And that was kind of what the season was for the cowboys right. This never ending display of imperfection this never ending run of records getting broken records getting set and i just you know this was inevitable. I mean shutout. Of course to the all encompassing thanos. I mean this truly was inevitable. Reality a lotta people myself. Included wondered what took so long this week. It's a pair at the mike mccarthy and his staff overall were evaluating things doing kind of the final walk throughs and assessments in whatever time just came for them to move
How A 100-Year-Old Treatment Could Help Save Us From Superbugs
"In twenty fifteen. Stephanie strategy and her husband tom paterson. Both scientists were travelling in egypt. They sell the pyramids the nile and then as she tells it in this text talk after dinner one night. Tom became violently ill. He vomited all night long. And i thought oh gee he's just got food poisoning and i pulled out a couple of antibiotic pills that we take with us on our trips and i gave it to them with some water. Nothing happened the next day. Tom kept vomiting. Stephanie called doctor he thought yes food poisoning and set up an iv drip for more antibiotics. But tom only got worse at a local clinic. He was diagnosed with pancreatitis. Inflammation of the pancreas and medevac to a hospital in frankfurt and there. He was diagnosed with something even worse. A superbug a bacteria by the name of oscillator b-actor bowman scary name scarier bacteria it tops. The world health organization's list of most dangerous superbugs bacteria that are very hard to treat often resistant to many antibiotics. Now we'll never really know for sure where time got his superbug infection. But we do know that. It was an egyptian stream. And we know that. By the time he was medevac. Thome to san diego that it was resistant to every antibiotic. Tom was in a coma. His organs were shutting down. He was on three different drugs to keep his heart. Beating and the doctors told me that tom was going to die. But seventy refused to give up. She turned to the scientific community for help. I'm maddie safai today. on shortwave. What stephanie found and how it saved her husband's life. It's a century-old treatment. That could be a new tool in our war against super bucks for months stephanie's husband. Tom would remain hospitalized fighting for his life and losing. Yeah i was just really scared out of my mind. But i knew that if i just sat back and waited then he was going to die and i needed to know that i'd done. Every last thing that i could do that i would leave no stone unturned so i hit the internet and i did with anybody else would do in my shoes. Google it well. Luckily you know there's google for scientists and that's called pubmed and it's this wonderful search engine where you can put in any words and a scientific paper will pop up and you know i punched in words like multi drug resistance and the name of his superbug which is assassinated b-actor mania and popular within an hour. I found a paper that mentioned something called page therapy. So tell me a little bit about fish there. Well fay jr are short for bacteria phages and that's derived from the greek word meaning bacteria eater and they are viruses that have naturally evolved to attack bacteria there's ten million trillion trillion pages on the planet. It's all a matter of finding the ones that will kill the bacteria that you want to get rid of. Okay real quick phase one. oh one i like. Stephanie said bacteria phases the viruses that infect bacteria are everywhere pretty much anywhere you find. Bacteria you'll find a phase we're talking and artika deep-sea ocean vents your. But i swear that'll make sense later. Second facials don't actually eat bacteria in this case the fees injects its own dna into the bacterial cell. Then the virus forces the bacteria to make more and more copies of itself feeling up the cell with viruses eventually the bacteria bus open releasing all those new viruses. Go off and kill other cells. It's ruthless
China orders closure of US consulate as tensions escalate
"Let's get to this. China's story escalation overnight. It's important, isn't it? I thought we had big trade deal going on their. Beijing is revoking the license for us. Consulate in China. After US ordered China's Houston conflict to close by today. I wonder how POMPEII is. Speech is being taken over there, too. I mean. He stopped short of regime change, but. I mean it almost sounded like he was going there for a while? The truth is that our policies and those of other free nations resurrected China's failing economy only to see Beijing bite the international hands the feeding. Eunice Yoon joins us up with the latest. High, Eunice, yeah, now it did, but as you said he did stop short, but when he was talking about China in his blistering speech, he described it as a Frankenstein. That's what struck me that he described it as a Frankenstein that was created by the policies of the free world. And he was essentially calling on all countries within the free world to. Unite against a Communist China saying that if the free world allows China to continue. Pursuing its path that that could potentially change the free world so. It was a speech that the foreign ministry did not like they called it. Full of ideological bias said that it was. Unattached to reality? But it did take some measures specifically out on the consulate in thome do so that conflict is now going to be shutdown of the state media said it's going to be within seventy two hours so by Monday and the Foreign Ministry also accused the American staff. There of interfering in Chinese internal affairs state media the the reasoning. Of. Why China chose tone do. Is this. It's essentially one of the smaller consulates compared to the others. It's seen as not having a huge impact on American business, but at the same time would hurt because the media. Have pointed out and quoting experts as saying that that's where America. A gathers information on strategic weapons in the region and also gathered information on the situation in Tibet. So the reason why this is being explained in the state media is because the messaging is that Beijing wants to show that it's tough. It wants to be able to match what the US is doing at the same time. It wants to say there's a little bit of a door open because we don't want to have an escalation of tensions, even though, of course it's seems really difficult. To see where it all heads
"We eat a seriously astounding amount of pizza. Americans collectively eat three hundred fifty slices a second and one hundred acres a day more than five billion pizzas are sold around the world each year. It's a lot so we all eat it but are we all eating the same thing to get back to where we started with the donut. Pizza that is going to be haunting my dreams. Is there actually a standard definition of pizza? Oh No okay. The reason on laughing about that is because anytime I am asked i. I've become somewhat of an expert or authority on the history of pizza and anytime I mask. There's always someone who disagrees. With my definition Carol how Starsky is a history professor at the University of Denver and author of pizza a global history. So I WANNA be really careful about what I say here that this is my opinion as a food historian that I believe pizza is a yeast. It flat bread that has ingredients baked onto the crust dat is sort of the most basic definition of pizza. I don't get that specific Rice A-ok it has to be round or it has to be square or it has to be thin or thick or it has to have tomatoes and cheese on it. But here's the thing you ask to beat the experts definition of pizza you get two different definitions and I think that we need to kind of establish effect that pizza pizza until you put tomato sauce on it right because before that. It's a flat bread. I mean if not then you could argue that the Egyptians had pizza because had flat breads and that'd be absurd to say Francisco. Maguire is the head chef at modernist cuisine. They've already put out a five. Thome series called bread and now they're working on an equally exhaustive pizza book or books for which they have been doing a lot of research which sounds delicious although Francisco says. It's actually very exhausting to the tally. As of December. It's been two hundred pizzerias and it's just a number. That boggles the mind. Because I mean if we've been two hundred pizzeria fixture does at least five pizzas per pizzeria. And I don't want you to think that we eat the entire pizza. You have to pace yourself. It is a marathon of any pizza by the end of the day. You just want to like carrot or something vegetables something that feels a little bit better to your body to eat because there is such a thing as too much pizza. I'm convinced but I agree with Francisco that the definition of pizza is kind of a slippery thing. I call just any flat bread pizza. It's thirty year pizza. I'm from Mexico. I would say no but I thought about it because has sauce and it has cheese and it's a flat bread and cooked. You know an Camman which is very high heat so strictly defining it you could. You can see how. How some of these lines crossover each other. I think we can all agree that a Tortilla is not a pizza for starters. A TORTILLA is platte. But it's not really a flat bread. It doesn't have yeast but there are a lot of delicious Houston. Flat breads around the world. There's lava and pita and Lavazza non and those are just off the top of my head. Carol says there's archaeological evidence going back ten thousand years little instant pizza things. They were cakes of mashed grains baked on a hot stone and then topped with whatever was handy oil honey herbs or even more complex sources so a flat breads go back to the Neolithic the Dawn of agriculture and if they're yeast did flat breads in so many different cultures than pizza. Can't possibly be an Italian invention right. These are the kind of fighting words that will land you in court. Cynthia specifically the Court of Historical Review in San Francisco which is a fake court stopped by real judges. They've made some landmark rulings in their time on where the Martini was invented. And whether or not chicken soup is the Jewish Penicillin and in nineteen ninety one. The court gathered to debate. A serious question is pizza. Originally Italian or Chinese. The Chinese case was surprisingly strong prosecuted claim that pizzas descended from pink to which are rice flour cakes filled with sausage and spices. That were brought to at LE- by our old friend Marco Polo back in the twelve hundreds and then transformed with the use of local ingredients. Let the judge wasn't buying it even before Marco Polo made his way to the eastern back the attractions in what is now Italy around about one thousand BC. We're making little cakes at looked much more like pizza. The Italians won their day in
Tomato Success with Craig LeHoullier
"You're also like a lot of people this year though you're sort of exploring new territory literally you are but a lot of people. There's been this enormous. I mean I was talking again for that story in. The Times talked to thome stearns of high mowing organic seeds and he was saying they had a three hundred percent increase in Gardner Home Gardener sales this year and some weeks. They were up as much as five times normal week to week. And and so many people gardening garden centers or having bumper business even though with the restrictions and so forth on on on shopping. And so you know you're a little bit of a new gardener too because you're new snow as you're absolutely right and the PRI the perfect timing of our move at a time where you know there are some really real challenges and difficulties with covert. I get to go through and share an experience of what it's like to garden in a new zone in a new area when confronted with New Space. New Decisions to make. So I you know all of us you and I are both and there was many of educators and in garden coaches and people who are trying to inspire new gardeners to stay gardens forever. So I'm hoping that opportunity allows me to share what I'm doing the things that succeed the things that go wrong. I'll be very open about all of it and then learn what. I can about gardening in Hendersonville in my particular yard this year. And we'll make some adjustments next year so I am you know. I've been gardening. Forty years to be able to still be as excited about gardening. Forty years into a hobby is just to me It makes it a very unique cobby. Don't you think and we'll also give people the heads up that you've been doing these really fun which I've been coming to. Instagram lives on Fridays. And sometimes at other times Friday afternoons and you're at NC tomato man on instagram. And you people can like ask you questions the new show us how you're doing things and what stage the plants are out and I mean they can just chime in and say what do I do about this. How do I stay that? What so? Let's talk about some of the things I mean I think in Raleigh you grew in Straw bales and in growing bags that were set on the surface of your very famous driveway. Your driveway driveways right. Yes and where? Where are you growing tomatoes and other things now? Are you growing in daggs in bales? Are you growing in the ground? What are you doing now? So we're we have about a quarter of nacre backyard that is quite sunny and but we have our septic field back there so one of the things I did not rush into is getting a shovel and digging up the soil I learned a lot about container gardening. Straw Bale gardening but will focus mostly in container gardening. And we'll definitely growing. I garden for years and years and years traditional garden. And so you never really forget about that experience. But it's it's a work in progress because I've got. Let's see twenty nine plants planted but another seventy or eighty that needs to get in there and they will probably go into ten gallon. Containers grow bags. You know. Maybe some going container. So it's you're catching me where it's a work in progress and figuring out day by day as I go along. What's the worst thing you ever did to a tomato may? Maybe the worst thing that ever did to to a tomato when it still rewarded me is we do seedling. Sales in the spring and all gardeners have lots of things that you don't sell. Don't get given away get forgotten. They just sit there so I had some sun goals that were at least two months past sales type they were. They were a foot and a half tall of just a stem with maybe a few leaves coming off it and they even. They didn't look very good. So I'd find those and thinking. Oh I've got space for another son Gold and they just bury. It is deep as I can and it leaves out in it produces delicious son go so I guess. The moral of the story is tomatoes. Tough gardeners I think in general especially new gardeners really. Don't WanNa make mistakes and we tend to maybe over care for and baby are plants. And I've learned through the years that tomatoes really do respond well to some tough love along the way. There's very few things that actually will kill them and make them disappear. Some of those things have teeth and But yeah they're very forgiving and You know we'll probably talk through some tips in this in this chat we have about what do you do? What are the things to do to help build in quality from the Front? And what are the things you do over the course of a season to ward off really sad stories and just put a smile on your face at the end of the season. Because you've you've succeeded you've got what you want. You've got delicious tomatoes and on the table in jars in the Freezer. So you just talked about that stretched out spindly overgrown overdue transplant of the Sun. Gold and how you can really deep also up north. We haven't planted because it's been snowing and stuff and even in a lot of other places people quite a bit to the south halfway between you and me or more people have had some frosts recently. It's been really nutty so not to worry. If you haven't planted yet folks I have a friend who even here up north one year. He was so busy with work assignments. He didn't plant tomatoes till July fourth weekend and he had the best rocky ever had but one of the things with an overgrown planners Finley plant like you said is planet really deep because they can make those adventitious roots off the stem right. There are plant. That can do that. So they can. Really root in Super deep not suffocating. It right absolutely and I actually also plant eggplant peppers deeply a As a few friends of call me I tend to be a bit of a rule breaker and yes. I read books and I read blogs but then I kind of put my thinking cap on and I think why can't I try this? And it has helped me to develop some new variations on techniques through the year and You know succeed more often than not. So we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA plant deep. I plant even a normal six inch. Kind of a seedling. Stout small seedling. That's maybe six weeks or so growing. Muno that I might have grown myself. I plant them deep. Do you take off the lower leaves. Do you create a splash like barrier to get prevents fungal spores from the soil from getting up onto that plant. Like what's your sort of I. How do I put it in the ground? And what am I thinking about? When I'm transplanting? So great question and it's a it's a really wonderful thing for beginners to consider as well because You may you may be looking to garden area. That's been gardened a long time he may be looking at something that you're just digging for the first time yourself. You may have a container. I think it's really good right from the start Your stand we're kind of soil you've got so is it. Does it dream? Is You if you dig a hole in? It rains that rain still there the next day or do you dig a hole in it. Rains and the water gone in five seconds. That tells you if you're to sandy during too quickly you're not retaining water so those roots are always going to be searching or if you've just got so much So much of a barrier to drainage that your roots are literally going to drown the plants. GonNa look like it's dry because it's wilting. But it's actually drowning because it's not getting oxygen so working organic matter and soil and maybe sending the sample off to an extension service just to get an idea if your three main trans n. p. k. nitrogen phosphorus potassium are in good balance At that point on you just dig a nice like you said Various much as the stem as you can or if you dig deep you can dig. How're you can dig diagonal and kind of been the plant in? Berry that stem because of photo tropism the plant grow up right. It may stick out of the ground bent but it will go right up toward the sun. It's almost like a trench and the two thirds of the stem is below. The root ball is at one end. Say at the left and then the most and sort of been the upper part in the upper couples. That's up and then you fill in that trench and your tomato will again. Can you say it will grow up
Australia's Extreme Heat
"By and large are pretty direct people so it figures walking into Mary Con Yards House west of Sydney. She would get right to the point. Good how are you hot cooking here? It's about thirty eight degrees Celsius outside one hundred Fahrenheit which is relatively cool compared to what it's been like this frontal at least it keeps some of the heat out some not much. Three fans are humming in Conrad's living room. The lights are off to save money on electricity in con- yards banks cleaned to her forehead like she just got out of the shower. Just vacuumed ZANU. Coming and this is what happens to me. Lives in community housing a rental unit for lower income. People that's located in Greater West Sydney a fast growing part of the country's largest city that a few months ago held another distinction the hottest place on Earth about one hundred and twenty degrees Fahrenheit or as Conard puts it. It was hot and when its stinking hot door. Just you know hot hot like it is on this day. Conard like many people in West. Sydney has a really hard time running. The air conditioner. Day is not an option. It's too expensive so is moving. It's a struggle. It's really a struggle. You WanNa do things but the heat just zaps it out of you. Heat waves as well as being a silent killer. It's a social killer. Lucinda coats is a scientist with risk. Frontiers a private research center that focuses on natural hazards like bushfires cyclones and flooding about twenty years ago. Coats had the grim task of cataloging. How many people? Each of those natural disasters had historically killed in Australia. And that's when we first thinking hang on a minute hate wives. They seem to have killed more people than all the other natural hazards combined. Yes all other hazards combined with elderly people in the poor. Most at risk code says it's too soon to know how many people may have died during this past. Summer's extreme heat but history might provide a somber clue in one thousand nine thirty nine in two thousand nine. Australia had devastating bushfires black Friday and black Saturday as they're now called both were preceded by heat waves and those heatwaves alone code says are each believed to have killed more than four hundred people the deadliest fire a hundred and seventy three is twice as many as succumb to the bushfires but the heat waves didn't get nearly the same attention. It was all fire photos of crying families. And cinch teddy bears and you can see why the the newsworthy bushfire is a terrifying thing but heatwaves. How can you take a picture of a heatwave? I've got a powerpoint presentation with a young chap just holding a water bottle and drinking out of the water bill. That's that's my picture of a heatwave. So it's really hard to communicate the immediate danger and there's a fast growing need to communicate that danger. A recent climate report by the Australian government found the country has warmed by more than one degree Celsius just in the last century. Extreme heat events are increasing in frequency as is the risk of extreme fire and extreme flooding. All of which has happened in Australia and just the last few months. Sebastian vouch is a research fellow at western Sydney University. Who's focusing on climate change in urban heat? Everything's extreme. It's exactly like how scientists for thirty years predict climate change to actually pan out and it's not twenty thirty forty or fifty anymore. It's twenty twenty. We have it. It's happening vouches. There are ways you can build for heat. For example houses could be painted. Certain color to reflect light. Green or living roofs could provide insulation. Houses could be built smaller with more room for treason greenspace. Australia is updating. Its National Construction Code in twenty twenty. Two and extreme heat is being considered in the changes but new codes would primarily be aimed at new buildings and the people most affected by heat tend to be folks like Mary concert living in older buildings that were designed long before bouts of extreme heat. Were much of a thought. Don't get me wrong. I appreciate the refi. Have my head and being able to pay pay for it and do that but I think sometimes it's poor design went with public housing. The nonprofit that LISA'S COGNAC. Thome knows this is an issue. Divisional Manager Heather Chaffee says she hears it from clients all the time for us as a housing provider. Tricky housing market. It's it's distressing to be honest. When often doesn't own the homes they rent chaffee says so? It makes it hard to make modifications instead. They focused on warning tenants. When extreme heat is coming but she knows that's not enough heat. She says is a global social justice issue. It's the poorest people that are going to suffer them iced so she says there needs to be a larger societal discussion about how we prepare for extreme heat because as a summer just showed. It's already
"Hello and welcome back to bet they skin with myself Charlie Perry and my little friend over here hello right complete topic there is a singular look to is good luck oh threes fours a boy of I don't know I've been gone but it's one is a singular northbound look oh Christ Presley episode is not about Magpies and you will notice that this is an additional episode extra content about and about my pies and how many you need to say so yes this week aims and I are not alone will not you not stopper in every week and so we have got our friend grace here high-grade hello how house up no yeah thanks for coming in so grace there is a reason you're here you are grace day the beauty editor at PT Bay by sorts of good onto hey why do you could not have a better name of your I've never even for Grace Day the beach editor at PT Bay it really cold I didn't even script that I just said it I just said and it was just floated off the tone well done so grace you all go in do join us on a few episodes in the welcoming weeks on am yes I'm very excited yes so can you let us know a little bit about what you do at Beach Bay yet so I'm the I'm kind of the Go-to for any content that we write about skincare makeup Toro's that kind of thing I also look after all the content beach baso any kind of written word on the website comes from my team Oh racing so even the no yeah for weeks you more than me and aims well I mean I've spent a long time and like is reading about the industry and I've been in the industry and a number of different roles as well so yeah I'm quite a messed Omo way more than us as going to say you definitely don't around as much as we do one hundred percent I mean you should see us in the office thome with us so we thought we'd just kind of do a bit of an intro you talking about your skin type skin concerns because obviously aims and I have different skin times on the level of the spectrum yeah completely opposite so sometimes we find products that really work for numbers and just obviously does look for the other and so we're going to run through a few little quickfire questions with game I think a place to start would skin type so what what is your skin type and what kind of lean towards interns of like hammering into an eastern concerns that you've got okay so I skin is pretty much combination like it can go either way at the moment I've got quite balanced what is also really prone I've had really bad acting in the past I'm always like there's always this little nickel in the back of my mind like yes you have no sports right now but they're all waiting for you yes sir my skin type Oh my God the most stressful and you look in the mirror off got one tiny little pimple and then you like hang because two months ago this was way worse yes I need to just think back on when it was bad and motto is now I'm not like acne prone I wouldn't say I was prone but like when I look in the mirror I got a Lotta blemishes I wanna look in the mirror and my skin is good you cry an awaken in a few days something's going to arrive on a savings common eight will sit with a zoo super zoo Monrovia bright light because literally every freckle Ma who really that was about it don't do I mean and amy doesn't realize that the reason why your weight and I'm going to suck so in m's of your brands favorite brands obviously worked with come in contact with a lot of different brands what are your kind of go to's favorite brand sounds like products you absolutely cannot live without because I know that we've caused and okay I'll try and keep this short and sweet no every every daytime. So Am I think we've talked about the ordinary before and Yeah I just love that brand I love what they've done for the beauty and history on they've completely shaking things up they've got something for everyone that they don't try and box people into skincare light skin types and stuff it's like really you know you can use this no matter what your skin hyping it will have some benefit for you so I love the ordinary I've tried a lot of their products thank my favorite would be maybe the ha ha pill have you tried to go super cool all my cloud the first and we used to we did we I try the same timing so that h that it makes me feel that I wanted to Chisolm kind of assisted the ordinary am slightly high price point a little bit more complex the products kind of rather than just being single ingredients usually more like a blend and yet everything tried from that broadened I've just loved like those Levanon mud mask it just worked wonders for my skin when I get ready but hormonal ah so it's kind of like a really chronic French if you go to a French pharmacy it'll be everywhere and if you read like one of these interviews like with a the primer you can put it already thick mass and I think pretty much everyone in the Beach Bay office a bias that like in the big five hundred Mil Tub yeah now 'cause I love and they also have really cute that limited edition designed so sometimes yeah adorable I really liked hit yeah it is used a few times when we lived together I don't Yep I'm just GonNa make some note
Weekend Racing Preview | Caulfield Guineas Day Preview
"Ayuthaya true good for perfect conditions I think a little bit of Brian sort of Wednesday Thursday just takes the main probably not much irrigation we'd love that I think it's going to Rice really well as coalfield does bought it's always an advantage to be on speed in those first one to sorta seven at caulfield it's always an advantage not much we randy the side I think it's GonNa play really straight and really fairly but I always think you've got to be advantageous just on spe does also to get there's a lot of variables in rising but once you back you control sometimes you need some walks on spayed where you want to bake oilfield Saturday very good or on the table at the first of our group we're GONNA rise pagoda so we've got six the thousand guineas used to be on the Wednesday boys now moved of course to the Saturday the last few years and it's just or for the die at fiber here's the first of a number of good often run his foot at two dollars thirty law at five fifty had some good memories of these track all has I missile mantra nine dollars acting hasn't these horse with good acting trae on the trump one of their ten dollars Tenley twelve dollars emerald thirty dollars southbank seventeen dollars Baba's Fox at twenty one on eloquent at twenty six dollars over the Piji Fatal Remember Twenty Six and Sin Edwards Crown at forty on dollars Josie very important here look not a lot of spayed Elliott acting oh go forward we'll go forward as well foot from that White Guy I think he has to be positive obviously there was a lot of talk about the run lost in the guineas prelude where he drew wide with her and he just sort of went back Salak along the LoC somewhat out of the equation expected to be somewhat in the one one way do you go with these rice well a lot of coming out of that is probably which was one boy acting own spate I'm just slightly worried about that rice and I will come out of it there's a lot of narrative sleeping on lucky but he fleet had won the rice boy half link let's do it right now if we'd be getting to thirty of mock to-to-to Seventieth Mock Duck Creek five is getting that but I just think she's going to drift on the I I think he'll get better than the two-thirty on officer if you like her maybe play a little bit lighter in closer to the rice I'm worried about that rice they went in slowly they couldn't break twelve seconds the lost two hundred that worries me about that Rice what do I do I know a lot of holistic coming into that rice will I go for a different form loin the oil eloquent full moines so I found the phone line from Sydney and I'm going with the Homeless Code Emeralds Got Eight and buy some pretty good ones last dot with Fun Star thirty one dollars but was fifty one hundred thirty one got Bayton that track was a little bit Ryan affected that died I went slowly but based lost four hundred two hundred of the dye that Rice to pay Arado who knows a superstar and before that Gobain by Yale she ran really well in the golden rose of a fast a game was really good light four hundred two hundred two different form on Jones agent really know he's done it before with the highest level lava who won the white when it comes around and this why so there's no worries with China Arkan emeralds at the price is ripping bit and I think it will drift on the well Josie interesting side that with would actually opened a twenty into to ten now aptitude thirty so if that continues there will be a drift estee e you in a similar can't wait you think the it can get beat or now that she's the one I wanna Roger Fleet because it's a tug at rice who to run these small I think she's going to be taking on the day the reason unquote last dot cushy drew fifteen I didn't want to give her a gut bossed out and went right back zoomed up sawed them she didn't have room approaching the if she gets out of the long she is them away because she's got an amazing turn foot so she's coming in flying onto the right our little bit she's a short pause because everyone's thinking potential with taint potential she should absolutely one that ornery so she finally draws a guy which is terrific all concur with Josie acting fit will roll for this more pressure on she's drawn a little at and she'll have to use because I'm eloquently locks the row Ford will mica US getting up the hill the first time at the four day southbank joining saw those two will be honest as well tron bucks doc bobby's Fox was closed last doctor on the pint it'll hold so that'll be the first four the interesting roundup will be cited which cran drawn aunt doesn't WanNa get caught going to rocky he wants to come across the bay in the first half dozen would imagine 'cause they're going to look that tape look back that by off this'll be the nature of the beast I'll go quicker early hill then they'll look to back the tempo off law and fleet get the best runs to pays back one eight one back to horses I've got a great turn of foot they classy Ranasinghe the rice they guy to get that sit back off that wall torp Iran and get at at the raw thome that's why I wanna Rod Fleet because she's had that topic coalfield now and she should have won last dot and she's got a lot of upside I'm not worried about the process so I'll be following southbank oil elegant into the rice now the key is here Emerald who gets back but it's a first look at coalfield and she's going to have the wall up with the logs have missile mantra who have her back on he's Roy showed running missile mantra Nice to have got the best turn of foot light by Kenai be close enough from the six fifty two the the three fifteen to build up and sprint with the locks of fleet and yes I law that again and get those beautiful rounds just off that high pressure really so I'm going with fleet on thinks she's got more upside and I recommend she uses that tuna food she'll be happy catch so of course I'm glad this is rice seeks saving I would not want this in the Corey these pretty auburn as open as you'd say rice to thirty five rituals Oregon just more attack when whenever it's worth which is not much let's have a look at rice seven now the coalfield stikes aviles easier five deservedly so those thirty five homes four dollars density area and those fifty gathered chop eleven bucks a dream castle thirty dollars black hotbed showing not backing up it or not paying to win second arrive there at seventy dollars getting those and Chitral Good Humour Twenty Seven Harlem and Asuka debuted at thirty five and sixty seven Josie yes saw matt pretty important he gal H Open Heisman have drawn gates one and two so I think they'll control the gala shop? I think heisman considered so expect getting to roll forward as well as your spayed and I think that's where they'll say it'll and that's where it will play at villiers can probably find fought on the back of my be three pairs back something like that he was back to his best oversee on that Swat we self destruct going back to a bit of a hard track boy rice seven these tracks gonNA firm right up even get back into the good three by that stage maybe there's a knock on that and not saying there is but we will say on Saturday Abed vilius where he really is at on God gala chocolate I thought he was really really good in he's run loss dodd he was thirty wanting to twenty six dollars he'd get beaten by Blackhawk bought bought or this he's ready to rock and roll he's got some big figures when he ran those big fee is probably about a year and a half two years ago our anymore just a bit newly back to that American from week eight one if these holiest goes forward gets a pretty genuine Tampa on I'm dick the white coal for Dole expected to apply arc and he's going to be really hard to bait just quickly would either well Cape of Good Hope time for one hundred twelve I think he will struggle is day. It's an intriguing Gallup we'll be controlled on speed runners for sure Guy Light Truck Fif- now Josie these the holes that you're going with I think heisman gets the best run Ben Mellon was caught in two minds audience think he'd be called and Lonzo Coalfield last outdrawing in authority shooter role folding it costing the rice you had to guy back kief grand and he gave blackout too easy around one eight one back and I think that happen on the ban will be positive on Heisman I think you'll sit outside the late and I think he'll be the catching this but the one that's got the turn of foot in the one that I can trust in the host it's buying the coffee full and sharing that Greg Turner fully Sevilla's coming off a red hot win-loss dot he excels at the mall and a quarter and woody's feet you can trust him and we've been wanting to see at this time in and he's acceleration las dot was good he's a group to win this track and trip and the dream force and also happy clap perform against this is the best form to follow trusting the fiber to sit midfield I'm not going to get caught up in these international hoses Iran Coalfield I have a two thousand made his way there cdn in terms of the speech up but what I can trust from guide seven civilians getting the best round midfield to pay us back and using that turn of foot when there's genuine rolling into that Bain from the six fifty white lit up he he'll get rolling Mike these real test over the two thousand meters but I think villas can climbing light afi or wanted a slightly bigger rises pyeho offered sands lock The boys giving you a copy you can definitely probably we're going to take a break when we come back we're going to have a little bit more group ones at Caulfield and then we're going to go up to see me for they want as well well that's too damn free to go in terms at five dollars coming off that probably win Kubrick non dollars ruckus Carina and Super Seth at thirteen dollars grams well at forty dollars Suba at seven dollars so patch nine hundred express poss- twenty-one Josie a few more on the next project will go to you now for the map and how it's all bay somewhat and rose forty can probably get it now that's a positive fit him if he gets the one but it's also another positive because I think if he gets the one one cannot say dollar saying he and getting in from guiding at all and I think would be posted three ward which again won a huge manage Bot it's not a sensational I one that the camp would want for dollar saying it's going to be a really competitive rice and I think there's a lot between alligator blood and ninety dollars saying I'm going with our saying ESPN profile look was very short in the market lost when it get Bayton well-documented day by me ED or works here in Dallas on has drawn at with Ella Guida blood they story we'll be positive and work up the hill for the first time but I want to try and get across to follow groundswell join me outside your deal be ridden Ford
Britain And How Bigger And Smaller Cities Deal With Leaving
"Okay well finally on the news panel there is a perfectly makeable case pretty much every conflict of time with a military or political or cultural is to some extent or another a conflict between the city and the country between that is those who choose to live in cities which tend towards the liberal multicultural and those who prefer the country which tends to conservative and homogeneous the only one of Britain's big cities which voted leave in two thousand sixteen for example was Birmingham and that by a wafer rish margin an Indian social enterprise called grassroots that's our a ut es reckons it might have a solution they are organizing home stays in rural villages for Indian urbanites some point is and it's a reasonable point that there has been more royal the has been an enormous migration from the country in India to the increasingly -versities there are still literally hundreds of millions of people living in rural India who the the more powerful cities tend to forget about on that basis is this a good idea personally I think yes I think that's a problem that not only India has book globally we have and I think the way the world is changing in that way that we're living in the way we developing technology is an increase in this spotlight on CICI's on major complicities and I think that's going to be a problem for everyone I mean Indian population is huge which there is so much potential in the countryside and in rural areas that I think it would be it would be kind of wrong of them to to not focus on and not do something with that and I know there's an argument about is this kind of taking advantage but when I look at an competitor when I look and obviously we don't have the same population but when look at brexit and the the mass device that we have in our country now so much of the is because there is just this massive disconnect I grew up in Newcastle which has the other end of the country and me and so many of my friends have ended up in London because every absolutely nothing for us in Newcastle and that sorry that might sound yeah I say absolutely no I'm going to stay in London for if you're looking for certain things if you want kind of rise and if your ambitious there's just not that same level in in the cities and that's why I think yes absolutely need folks on the rest of the city's but being the case should should have program like grassroots also operating in the other direction should they be bringing people in from rural areas to live in big cities forbidden see see if they like it you can definitely let's call it an exchange right purr purr like a student exchange I don't know I think I I think the main problem is people will always flock to big cities naturally because of opportunity so if you start building up more rural areas or offering alternative kind of ways of income of life of kind of divergent things then I think that's always going to balance out and it should be Jonathan is ultimately the that divide between the city in the country reconcilable because I wasn't I don't think being entirely preposterous earlier in setting that up as the basis for for most modern conflicts you could certainly apply dynamic to the civil war in Bosnia for example to the civil war in Iraq and many many others these are all substantially conflicts between the urban and the rural and of course Mazzi thome believed let's get the over in youth back to the country and somehow we'll say comme rouge they will become pure and wonderful and that's the danger you can idealize I think the countryside Assad and I'm not sure I think Indian initiative has much to be said for it but is this basically just a short time tourism for overnights in a twee rural setting and he's that is very negative not even though is is it. R&B basically in the Indian village if it starts something wider than I definitely a case for it and it has to start somewhere if it starts with tourism than short why not you have to be careful about which benign take to visit exactly countryside for fear of reinforcing all the worst stereotypes they were Iran maybe it's not always about taking people from the city into the countryside maybe is about well let's just put our attention folks resources into those areas and how we can develop and so people naturally wants to be in those spaces I moved from Newcastle to have wanted to be in that space right how do we build up some our daddy and Jonathan Fenby thank you you both for joining us you're listening to the briefing monocle twenty four
Do Not Diminish Your Light
"So i wanna frame up this podcast with a couple of things so so one of the things that we're doing in this podcast frame up and i said podcast not just this podcast but our whole podcast is is to put on display okay so to speak where we're at to show what our life is like and how we feel about it what our feelings are sometimes in the past asked. We've dug into a lot of this shitty times right. <hes> and i just want to make this. This is a a an adjustment or a clarification that the focus is on you know where we're at right now however feeling and to show you to put our life as this is the journey we took took and we are taking currently and our continued to take yes and so i i'm i'm saying i don't wanna dwell as much in the past because more and more people who are coming to us. We've really expanded our counseling and coaching. It's been really fun. Exciting a lot of people i've noticed one dwell on the past about how shitty their life is and how their shitty their life has been <hes> and one of the first things i do is reorient you towards the possibilities in to the paradise to the future and because there's these negative thought loops that get people get on and they seem to dwell in them seem to do well i used to do that. I used to run rails in my head so lewis shitty past gives you permission to have shitty present which would indicate that you actually don't want a good president if you want to dwell on the past and and create shitty president yeah so i'm interested in illuminating this state of light and joy and then giving people hope to get there and show them how to if they want to come to counseling coaching events or just listen to the podcast yup i got a frown in there was a general all around yeah. That's what i have to deal with so my pleasant place where i am right now is i'm feeling pretty down. 'cause my girlfriend girlfriend frowned at me. She's my wife anyway. How are you feeling so. Let's start right there jenny. How are you feeling right now. Where are you at. Where am i well. Philip k feeling a little stressed while stress because we we have our marriage and <unk> shades of intimacy coming up next weekend september sixth seventh and eighth so just doing a lot of prep mentally physically xactly energetically for that event which is both a incredibly exciting. I'm like this morning. I woke up. I just my eyes popped open open and i was excited and then you go through the waves of holy shit. There's so much to do and then pop back out and you get really excited again and then you're like. I've got this great idea. Pop back out and you're like oh my god so i think people can relate right. I mean this is where we're at and navigated to it now. Now i will briefly talk about the past for second in our past. We would usually be pretty turbulent right all right so we've worked really hard to be where we are now. Where mildly mildly turbulence is way okay better than where we're at right. I think people can relate to win. You kinda have regular meltdown so speak right yeah right. I my mom anytime she would have visitors coming to clean the house. She is coming to clean the hell out of visitors coming to visit she would i would start with the oh i need to clean and then it would just turn into we'll just turn into a meltdown right pattern. There's always and tencent a mirror so think about. I think people can relate to some event out there and as it comes up they start to go into meltdown mode. It's pretty typical. But what if we just go into feeling good and so that's what we're doing this. We're just feeling really good <hes> and from that good we're still doing all the shit we need to do to get better right that interesting difference big difference like we could clean the house in a panic feeling like we're just fucking losing it and fuck this. We should cancel the event. We're gonna just die. Clean clean clean or hey. I'm so excited right. I'm cleaning now. That's a nuclear bomb of information. I just dropped on eugenie there. The world go big difference. It's possible to do it differently. Yeah okay frame set intimate with iron bars. <hes> okay so today we've had. We did three days in a row. Let's talk about one of the experiences that we had that. We've done three days in a row. We've gone for our morning walks yeah or not. Some morning walks on some of the day's yesterday. It was the mid day. Burn me out destroy. My gimme heatstroke day was still was a great walk. Walk yep so talk about walks okay. You've been telling me that they're like you rose every day yeah no. They're awesome. I mean they're a long stretch of time to get the body moving and the mind moving and we do a lot of idea generating and they're just awesome just the connecting bodily with movement bodily with movement okay yeah well yeah i mean it's like it's opposed to sitting across from each other talking. We're walk walk at the same time and there's something that adds to it that we're walking that the body is moving the piece. I want to talk about so today. We had a fantastic experience. Just fantastic and we're going to talk about it. <hes> i loved this experience. Do you want to tell the story sure so we were walking along. There's obviously walking past a bunch of houses in our neighborhood and all of a sudden. We hear this little little boy voice little a little boy voice ringing out with this song. I don't even know what the hell the song was. It's no discernible song but he's just singing any. I can see his sister up near the front door and his brother was over in the in the driveway and really all. I can't locate it. I can see the two other kids and i can't really locate this other. We're this voice disembodied voice coming from and i mean he's loud. He's he's just seeing it out and i'm looking and those i see the sign like a for sale sign. These two little fee. I'm like i found and it and it was just so cute. I mean just his little lungs were full and he was belting out. Whatever the hell is what it was horrible and because we can really see him he couldn't see us and so we're walking along and we we we walk around the edge of the of the sign where he can see us and all of a sudden his just joyous he is belted out song trails off into this little embarrassed and gets quieter in it was funny just drill down and i thought i had a funny line. This isn't really funny but i thought i said something mike mike and thus the boy learned shame i mean that's what ed it became. He became embarrassed. I mean that's what it seemed right and so his this amazing joyous moment for him just trailed off into this little diminish embarrassed embarrassed to nothingness it did and it was it was exuberant excitement and we both picked up on it <hes> we were. We were looking at each other and going. I mean this. This kid is howling a song like kosong berg and there were no words it was just a howl of delight and emotion and just like a bird talking the talk talk talk knock you know and and we walked around and i and he looked up and he looked up at me and just a trail and i waved thome and i wanted to give him the biggest smile i could yeah because i loved what he was doing right but interestingly enough something happened right yeah something happened and he become self conscious and he felt on some level something wrong with his song <hes> and that he must must be quiet. <hes> an embarrassment you could see the layers shit just piling onto on right at that moment right and i don't know maybe where the source of back those layers came from but it wasn't us right like like clean moment we utterly appreciated him singing and utterly utterly appreciated him trailing off right just gave him unconditional love <hes> yeah he's got the biggest small it's usually she's frowning at amoebae this time. It isn't that true actually not true get defensive. Let's talk about this. I anyway so yeah great experience. What did you get from that well. I mean i think i got what we just kind of walked through is how you know we we have these moments of exuberance and then stories stories or whatever creep in and it diminishes it but it also gave me a very powerful moment of seeing seeing being that i want the opposite and that i want the opposite for other people in that moment. It made me sad that he trailed trailed off that his song diminished to a low hum it made me sad and so what that provided aided me was insight into. I want the opposite. I want little kids who how their songs and don't stop because people walk by but i also want the same for myself you know this. This child was a perfect little microcosm of what we we do day in day out to ourselves you ourselves. Do you remember me talking about the pencil rocket story about his in this interesting. I was just telling you about oh my eighth grade or sixth grade pencil rocket story <unk>. I just remember putting these two things together about a night or two ago. I was telling jenny that when i was a kid i had an active imagination <hes> just a really active imagination and one day i was. I think i was in eighth grade but it could be sixth grade. I was in mr norm colours history class the guy who made us memorize and speak in front of everybody the gettysburg address little factual for you that just came up from the depths of my brain and i had two pencils and it occurred to me in like a study period moment or something that they looked a lot like spaceships because they were pointed at the front and the erasers looked like the fire coming out the end of a spaceship and so i began to fly them around course right shaw show. I'm like this is about a lot of all in their chasing each other shooting each other and was having the most it's amazing time right just absolutely amazing time and i had a friend who really looking out for me looking after he was and he's all like comes up to do. You just got stopped. That look like a moron. You look like an idiot. You look like you're you're. You're embarrassing. You'll never get a girl. I remember that line and i was just like it was interesting because i'm sure i'm sure sure any girl in the eighth grade considering dancing or dating me at that time was probably surely put off by by the pencil the intense world i was in my own world right like like this kid was in his own world yeah completely yeah oh yeah and here's the thing by the sound of his song. We knew he was in a beautiful world. Yeah he was in the best world ever and i was having the best ruled ever with my rocket ships and my friend was like i gotta help you here. You're embarrassing yourself. You look you're just not hear back to less optimal world where you should worry about shit like this yeah. That's your thing and and i'll i'll say i can piece some things out of it. <hes> that are useful like present present be aware of how your behavior affects others. If in this moment you really don't give a shit. He just being you and bill. It's also aware of was like okay. That girl cute one three rows back. She's not going to date me anymore but that's okay. I'm okay with that something like that but and presence but i was in such and so i remember i remember this feeling feeling about <hes> i remember feeling bad and li literally came back to a less optimal world world. You were enjoy. I mean i'm not talking about the fact that you were in like a world with little pencils patients like you're in joy. You were you're creating. You're imaginative. You were having fun and you came back to a less optimal world where you were feeling pulling bad. You were feeling stress. You were feeling embarrassed and all those worlds are inside you. I mean but you came came back to a less optimal jason. No i think i can blame my friend for all those things. Oh okay yeah that feels better yeah. No it all was in with.
Russia's disinformation war
"Seventeen Five years walls ago first this and week foremost Malaysia an immense Airlines human Flight tragedy M._O._H.. Seventeen felt most a Boeing profoundly triple seven in the Netherlands on route one from hundred Amsterdam eighty to Kuala nine Lumpur of whose citizens was shot were down on the in flight. eastern Ukraine not far from Donetsk all two hundred ninety eight passengers changes and crew aboard were killed with a militias own negligent. It stands by any measure as one of the worst crimes of the twenty first century. A series of Dutch Lid investigations have confirmed that m h seventeen walls struck doc by a russian-made surface to missile launched from Ukrainian territory controlled by Russia backed separatists last month the Dutch investigators charged four men over alleged roles in the M H seventeen massacre Sokaia three Russian nationals or current or former officers of Russia's intelligence services and one Ukrainian separatist commander Russia as traditional denies everything and Russia as traditional denies everything with a furious and imaginative determination on a number of fronts and made seventeen was not the first deployment of Russia's modern propaganda apparatus. It certainly wasn't the lost but it remains arguably the most first usefully illustrative five years old what have we learned about. 'em Age seventeen and how has Russian disinformation evolved since in content and delivery. This is the foreign desk. This is the one single incident which really does show the Russia not only doesn't want to be a powerful when I say Russia I mean the Kremlin Putin's regime. They don't want to be a part of the world system and they want to do everything they can to disrupt the possible. Destroy destroy the world system who was organizing this. Why is a piece of content being directed me as it used my date dude? I think I'm certain type of pus in order to direct this. I'm you all the stuff so we have to kind of always like strip the Internet down we can see the whole machinery of it how the means of production and that really has to change that really really has to change and the site positive effects of the Russians doing so much nasty stuff is that it's stimulates discussion about argument is that there is no truth that the West has been lying about many things and the truth about M._S.. Seventy can that be Ping thome once you dissolve this truce aside once you save there is no truce in the world and the world then you can make any conclusion you're listening to the foreign desk with me and Ramallah and first of all this week we'll hear from an Sova in Moscow based correspondent for Newsweek and the daily beast and it was at the M._O._H.. Seventeen crush site in eastern Ukraine shortly after the aircraft was shot down a Malaysia Airlines played with nearly three hundred people on board has crashed in Ukraine either Russian flames in the distance mark the spot where Malaysia Airlines flight seventeen crash landed in eastern Ukraine Malaysian Airlines flight with about two hundred ninety five people on board has crashed. We are told obviously obviously the world is watching reports of down passenger jet near the Russia Ukraine border and it looks looks like like maybe maybe a a terrible terrible tragedy tragedy covering covering the the conflicts conflicts between between pro pro Russian Russian Shen Shen rebel rebel forces forces and and Ukrainian Ukrainian forces in eastern Ukraine. They arrived one day later. Ultimate catastrophic I came to the Knicks confirmed onions. We drove to the field in the morning and it was still steel smoking a little bit that fills and they were debris and remains all over the hills. It was a very very quiet silence. We saw scary tragic sad things on. I bet filled article that nobody's stoked us. There were a few rabble sweet. We saw men in uniforms with weapons but they did not stop us from walking around that filled although were quite a few people walking around including international observers one of the versions was discussed discussed among among local local people people was was that that the the plane plane was was shut shut down down by by one one Komo Komo plane. plane. Somebody Somebody sold sold they they saw saw another another plane plane in the sky. Roseanne <unk> discussed an explosion. They discussed an explosion and somebody said it was a rocket and depending on whether people were pro-russian Oprah Ukrainian they had their versions accordingly some said it must have been a Russian rocket are the sad must have been Ukrainian rockets. The will also sort of missed growing around the catastrophic and one of them was Miss About Messengers being naked 'cause they were lighting <unk> speed you know but local people sold and created the Smith about make passengers being loaded on that plane before before the plane took Colt so that was one of conspiracy
"thome" Discussed on Z104
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"thome" Discussed on Natch Beaut
"It'll be on the episode sentence, crunchy always using scrunchy. And then you said to you sad one and I was like, duh. Yeah. Pillowcase s- crunchies horse up against your, I sleep with sleep masks on because I can't have any light because I'm a pin says, and have the exact right parameters, and they make like those slip one and but they're silk, so I've had to finally fake ones because then you have a court up against the back of your head all night. Elastic cord this can't. Why can you just use like like those, like, really intense curtains? Or do you need it to be completely dark? It needs to be a fucking tone Thome of complete darkness and complete silence. And you know what that is my cross to bear amazingly obnoxious? I feel like I have gotten used to my boyfriend's bullshit us ways all night doing whatever he wants in clinging. Yeah. And I'm just like then just sleep through it, but I should make rule be like get the fuck out of the room, no TV in here because it does drive me crazy. I feel gives me headaches in the morning. I pack, a lot of this with you right now, as someone going through a divorce I could unpack a lot of this has come up in my therapy talking about because its boundaries. Yeah. And adapting to other people and I did a lot of that. And because I am such a sensitive sleeper. This was a constant issue in my marriage because same thing. Yeah. But you know what? I sleep. Oh now motherfucker the dog, and I can sleep. However, I want. Okay. So everybody out there. Don't bend Dona daft boundaries that you need for your own health and self care. That's my advice of somebody older. I need that. And someone going through a divorce that crosses through everything. But sleep is very important. If you're in, you don't have the same sleep hygiene.
No church again in Sri Lanka
"For the second weekend in a row. There will be no church services in Sri Lanka, this is because of fears of more attacks like the Easter suicide bombings that were blamed on his Llamas extremists more than two hundred and fifty people were killed as NPR's. Michael Sullivan reports from Colombo many Sri Lanka's are still wondering how such a thing could happen. Sri Lanka knows war and suicide bombings, its decades-long conflict between ethnic Thomas separatists, and the majority Sinhalese government left more than one hundred thousand did a war that ended ten years ago this month. Now, the peace has been shattered by the bombings linked to the Islamic state. So yucca now is caught up in this global wall political analyst, David Young Goethe Thome awful several decades, and they'll this brief interregnum and over the Bechtel living with Kroll after the war ended in. Two thousand nine says horrendous Vidana gave the bundle Nike center for international studies. Sri Lanka's, political leaders may have paid too much attention to the country's place in geopolitical rivalries in the Indian Ocean and too little on what was happening at home. You clearly see the return of foreign fighters coming from Syria towards the issue and decisions was a clear signal of polarization Lankan society to the right, and to certainly slimy groups becoming one more allies. So I think these things that we lost focus on and there were people who exploited that lack of focus. All. Like this, man. The fiery preacher around Husham? Police say was the leader of last month's bombings. One of two men killed in the suicide attack at the Shangri LA hotel in Colombo. In videos like this one he rails against nonbelievers. Religious leaders say repeatedly warned thirties about sovereign in his message of hate to no avail. But it wasn't the only one preaching hate religious hardliners and the Buddhist majority community. Here have conducted a campaign against the Muslim minority for years, including anti-muslim riots in two thousand fourteen and again last year, it was complete impunity for these attacks mob swept through was the Maria's in burn people out. Absolutely, no one has been prosecuted for any of this. Alan Keenan issue Lanka project director for the International Crisis Group in London. And so clearly that is changed the mood within the Muslim community. They feel under siege. They feel unprotected and the government has done very little to sway those fears or to respond to the threat. None of this Canaan says justifies the Easter attacks, and it may not have directly contributed to them. It's hard to think that it hasn't made it more likely that some small number of Muslims feeling so alienated and feeling angry might be more susceptible to extremely radical jihadi. Ideologies like I s. Two of the bombers brothers, the sons of a wealthy spice merchant lived here in the affluent neighborhood of demagoguing where a twenty four year old grad student, a Muslim neighbor from a few doors down is still trying to get her head around it. They had everything they had money. They had all developed they needed educated. So I asked my mum. Why do you think they did this? What was wrong with them? She's angry at them for taking life and for making her wary of leaving the house since the Easter attacks. She doesn't want her name used because she's afraid and she was shocked to see what some of schoolmates have been saying about was on social media since the attacks. No, I'm really scared to even step out of this Lynn with my national identity card, which has this address because you think you will be branded. Yes. Because I think I'd be branded used to be so proud, but not anymore the civil war here ended. She says. But now now she too. Sri Lanka is part of something much bigger. And that scares her even
"thome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Center dot com hotline, Brian Thome, welcome again to the Bill Cunningham show, Brian how are you William? I am fantastic on the long until I can get promoted from cardinal. Well, I don't know about you know, of course, I love the pope. But he's now funding a legal immigrants coming here from Central America, which I don't like. But nonetheless, I think cardinals pretty good aspirated for you, isn't it. I mean and your branch of Christianity there aren't cardinals and bishops correct? Not there's nothing we can really aspire to so guys aspire to generally grow church large or get a book publishing contract. So all of us have guys gotta feel some way that we feel like we're progressing lice. Do you sense? Because of what's happening Christ's church. New Zealand what happened in Sri Lanka? What happened California your religious later? You're in a large facility, you're in a building. Do these things weigh on your mind as you begin services? It should say that started the one of our services we can on Saturday. And my back was to the audience was looking at a screen showing video. We're looking at my back with the audience, and I could steal somebody coming up on stage because I the shave with the stage was shaking little bit. And so, yeah, my initial thought was my gosh, summa cum here getting me I turned around. And fortunately was it was the staff member is going to tell me something. But yeah, yeah. Definitely crosses crosses my mind. I'm not living in fear over it. But there are a lot of crazy people in crazy people like attention. So they can go to someplace where a lot of people are going to try to get attention that way. One of the things we do though. Bill crossroads we found with this oaks is it's soon as there is a show of force people stay away or they kill themselves. Right. That is that is the one thing that all these situations. If there's a show force, then you're going to be fine. So that's why we have a lot of we pay a lot of Cincinnati police officers to be full uniform and around wearing their guns. Just because when you see them, you think, okay, I'm not gonna give do much here. Well, you know, Sri Lanka had that terrible event on Easter Sunday, which the terrorists picked the most sacred day of the year and Catholocism Christianity to do that. And there's been much comment in Sri Lanka's, some of which I read online from the BBC about so many Sri Lankans have kind of lost their faith because they're thinking why would God permit? This to happen on Easter Sunday much less any other day of the week. And so. This past Sunday yesterday. They did mass on it. Did it online? They didn't do it live. There may be a while before the churches are open again. And so when I think about what happened to the sixty year old Jewish woman who was murdered on Saturday in. I'm sorry lesson and last night and a Saturday in San Diego the last day of Passover, the comment arises in my mind since God knows everything God knows God. God knew the bombers putting together facilities in order to murder three hundred and thirty five innocent Christians, as they were worshiping or attending a Easter buffet. He knew what was going on. He knew in his heart. What was happening with that? White Ray white racists, nineteen year old teenager in California when he went into the synagogue with the idea of killing many because we're now learn is his era fifteen jam and he he couldn't do what he wanted to do. Well, why would God almighty allow bombmakers? To proceed for several weeks to kill three hundred and thirty five innocent people. Why would he do that? Well, things I'd say that I is God had blessed each of us enough to give us free will have a choice. None of us want to be a robot. None of us want to be that God gives free will and choice. We're living in with the downside of people are gonna use that to hurt us. That's always a pleasure. I the second thing I'd say the person who is under saying they've lost their face. I would say the person, respectively, we have somebody from Sri Lanka first-generation show on on our border, crossroads. I would say it says this bombings caused me lose my faith. I would say dude, he already lost your faith you lost. If you thought your face was about you having beliefs and having a nice life. That is not the Christian faith. I read the bible of Christian faith in the bible is about suffering. It's about turmoil. It's about persecution up being strung up on the cross it's about being on a ship. And getting shipwrecked and sharing your faith. It's about doing the difficult things. And so if you if you're shot that something bad happened. You do you've already lost your faith. And this is also part of the reason why Christianity our country is so anemic in so girly. We've reduced it to the set of moral principles in my life should go well in God's just dip is little sugar finger my life and starring it around, and if my life is the way I wanted and there is a God. Okay. That's okay. To believe that understand. That is not Jesus that is not Jesus, and that is not the movement, but his followers started that swept over the entire globe. And it's been the most influential thing that the world has ever encountered Jesus said in the in the New Testament, it says you're enjoying the same suffering that your brothers are around the world. And so I'm thankful I'm in a country where I'm not dealing with suffering. I doubt my pain. Sometimes I think everyone, I know those great in the bible has suffering from their faith. I'm not getting any suffering with my faith. I get some politicians who don't like my face. I'm not getting any suffering from my faith. We in America. Are unbelievably blessed in unique that we're the only believers, well, one of the very few places where you can be a believer, not get persecuted. Because truth matters, it's always happened. And it is happening right now all over the world, and it will always happening, and that's a living vibrant, faith. Brian Thome on Easter Sunday about eight days ago. The New York Times published an article that said that religious membership in faith in America is at a all time low. I mean, we were founded by religious individuals who were fleeing persecution. But but the article is said, especially in the black community that churches are empty when I attend mass. Probably the average age is about sixty or sixty five years old, so many churches are emptied. When I when I grew up Saint Vincent Ferrara was vibrant community, Saint Gertrude vibrant community Saint John's deer park was vibrant schools and all those places Saint savior All Saints just within about two miles of where I'm broadcasting from. There was large numbers. Hundreds maybe a few thousand school children in Catholic schools. Now does not the case anymore and Judaism. And I think the only where the Christian faith is growing as Africa in China. Western Europe, the more or less. The birthplace of Christianity is becoming museum museum. No one attends church anymore. Notre Dame cathedral was viewed as a tourist destination. Not notice a place for worship. Why is it that we live in an age where this so few individuals who care about religion? Well, you you're completely right? Sociologists are very clear on this in the western world faith is on the decline. And I mean states as far as checking the box of being an alignment with the religion in Europe. It's one and a half percent of that population is affiliated with church and goes to church on any basis at all wouldn't have percent. Now, interestingly enough in America Bill, while our faith attendance patterns or decreasing. They're going down down dooby doo down down they heard totaling down. Now. I just saw study by the by Harvard was released. I was in the federalist magazine, but Harvard did the study where they actually found that hardcore Christian belief in our country is going up. It's going up going down is the main lines at observations, the mainline denominations, the most part have made all their beliefs to be digestible by everybody, whatever. But whatever culture believes mainland's it on nations. For the most part if changed their belief structures mainland nations of have crafted and change their face statements to be palatable to the masses. And as that's happened. People have flocked out of their churches in droves irrelevant. But as Harvard showed in their place is popped up a lot of faith institutions of this is Christianity when with new Christian churches, whether it is new people meeting in homes that actually the numbers show, the people who are very vibrant in their Christian faith that population is on the upswing. It's just people who are checking the box because they were Christian don't have any more time for you. And your group came here about ten years ago twelve years ago. Twenty two twenty two. Are you? Sure, I moved here. Ninety five or services or ninety six or per service at twenty three man ridiculous. How many people attended your first service? First service was four hundred fifty then by the third week. It went down to like one ninety eight that normally happens. They start a new church, and then we we just been gradually building from week three one hundred ninety eight to what is today. What is it today? Approximately how many human beings if you're talking in buildings.
"thome" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"You're a bitch. And I hate you. And I was getting literally infuriated watching period end. They did the poll on my trapped inside who bullshit whose side. Are you want it? They're trying to get her show to the reunion because they heard that she's not going there kissing her out. And they did not accept a caller. They did it in our banner from Thome anytime that she's been on. Vinter pump rules. I mean anytime she's been on watch this season. She's been alone. And that's never happened. She wasn't always alone. She's alone. This time she's been alone before before. But not exclusively. She's been on. Now twice just for the season completely alone getting probably prerecorded because no one like she wouldn't even go with anyone because then they would have to hold their cannibal because she can say crazy stuff. And I'm sure the girls that are watching at home shouting. That's not what happened. Yes. But no one's there to hold accountable and any is treading lightly with her, but he was going a little bit. He knows knew he was holding her a little bit accountable, but like not all the way because that's not his role. It's on his role, and they have a relationship outside Beverly Hills where they're both producers on better paper or so they have like their coworkers. But I did live Bravo. Like shows that she got flowers from John Esa. Like, you know, they're trying to show us the full picture when we have talking to her. And he he seems like someone who talks really close to your. He's totally. And and he was like looking like in like inside of her. Here's a look like he was wearing I let her and I was just like. This doesn't look I've never I eat talking to people like that who I like. So I need a few paces back just and my breath is bad in. You'll never know. And when Denise was at her party for forty five minutes sitting by herself like I've never wanted to hug someone so much in my life. I felt so bad for you know, what that's like like with new group of friends where you literally don't know anyone and the one person, you know, doesn't show, but you're also Denise Richards. So it's you're sitting there alone. But everyone knows UCR more you, and it's like what a good friend for even staying good friend for even going in the first place when she had these plans for its her party. They all went to beauty and Essex for her to celebrate her wedding. Yeah. And you wasn't happy about that. Camille, right. I can't stand. Camille, I might like her less than Lisa matter pump. I just don't understand her MO tweeting apologizing about the teeth thing. She should have apologized. I was meeting I g understand her Emo because it's like, though is so obvious say on the show. Exactly, we're getting off the show was the worst thing to ever happen to another. She's tasted it every moment. She gets on camera. She tries to make it the most extreme ball gag teeth moment. So that they put it on the commercial, and they like her, and that people remember the fact that she. The ball gag in the clubhouse. It's her greatest accomplishment. She will do anything just to stand on. The worst thing that ever happened was to meet Richards getting married because her wedding season. But it's like we already got a wedding. I don't from a main cast member from a celebrity who by the way, I'm really liking to I am turning. I'm like turning the other way on her 'cause they stop talking about Charlie Sheen, and I'm seeing her personality, and she's just as smart girl. I always like a smart girl. And it's like, I don't feel the need for. I'm not creating another wedding this season. No, totally. But the fact that it says sedation helps because I am craving trip yet. I thought they were going to announce a trip soon because they were like, well, we haven't come to celebrate your wedding. So let's go to dinner. I thought they were going to go to a trip. Yeah. The Diller was cute..
El Salvador voters head to the polls to elect new president
"Start in El Salvador Thome have one of their main newspapers, your DR to the and the reason why I'm talking about El Salvador, they will vote for for a new president on Sunday and the favourite candidate his name is Naib bouquet. He's like young outside outsider. Again, the usual story is going to break the chew politics system in the country. And he's a bit of a populist as apparently he didn't want to go to the to the debates, and he's only talking to his voters via social media. So be quite an interesting election. I I still didn't find out if he's going to be more of a scenario or an envelope from Mexico. You know, he's still quite younger females to have to see what is going to do. And but the main headline also there concentrate, of course. L is a very violent country. So apparently for the election, there'll be twenty three thousand police officers around the country, and let's remember is a control about five million five point seven million pizzas. So that's quite a high ratio. They need in terms of the sort of the political narrative. What's the big is is it, you know, a classic case of it's the economy stupid is that what matters or other some of these other. We know these sort of populist tropes that keep entering the the the rhetoric around election time, what's the big deciding factor potentially going to be well as in most of Latin America in corruption is the main one of the main topics and violences while even though the crime, they have been declined in the last in the last four years in El Salvador is still very much high stocks extraordinarily. I mean, they do have one of the highest from side rates around the world. So of course, I think corruption violence will be the main topics of this elect
"thome" Discussed on The Read
"We can start with making sure every American child is fed which a lot of them won't be since you're the man that you just cannot seem to stop. I don't understand. Why you feel this way? Trump. But you know, he's cutting off food stamps for millions of people in this country because of this fucking wall, even if you were for border security, you have to understand that this wall is not worth it all this money for what most of the undocumented people in America, get here by plane, the plane can go over the wall. This is about hating Mexicans. If it was about hating immigrants. You'll be pulling the wall at least the northern border covers Canada. You just talking about this strip. It's like. It's all about keeping Mexicans out. It's all about the people who cross the border from the south. It is not about getting these ninety fiance hopefuls and all them other fuck out of here. It's not that. It's not keeping these Europeans who come over for extended vacation and just go back home whenever the fuck. They feel like if they feel like it's not about that. At all. It's not about ending chain migration for whites. It's about keeping Mexicans out. It's about hatred and racism towards those people. That's it is nothing to argue about Megan. And the fact that you decided to cite fuck fucking daddy. I mean, I left Har I said, let me make sure John McCain. Okay. Let me just make sure I could've swore. Right under that when he died. I forgot it who Thome now SIS that's not it. So fuck Meghan McCain. Also fuck tomato Laren for coming for Cardi B the way she is. I love that Cardi is him in this bitch. But honestly, Tommy's only doing it because she's getting some attention from it. If cardiac ignored as she probably wouldn't have never tweeted her again, or whatever, but Cardi is easily Hedlund the bitch. The only downside is now why people are using dog while 'cause they never heard it before. And so it's about trust watch. Why people are about to start saying dog walk all the time when it's not appropriate because everytime. You learn our slaying you start fucking it up. And then we don't wanna use a number. And if I have to stop saying a dog while this bitch, I'm gonna be really pissed. Wife, I'm very attracted to their for his. But the other person I went to cuss out this week is a man named Nathan Sutherland is thirty six years old. He is a licensed practical nurse in Phoenix Arizona a heard about this a few weeks ago. And we're gonna talk about it on the show. But I am glad I waited until now because don't know if you heard about the story at hacienda healthcare. There's a woman who has been in a coma for. Since she was three years old. She's twenty nine now. So she has been not in a coma, but she's been in long-term long-term care, and she is in a coma or a vegetative state something like that she's not conscious ochre anyway, I think three or four weeks ago. This woman went into labor and delivered a baby. And so I think the CEO of the company resigned because clearly someone had raped this woman, and the whole story now was like, you know, who did this? And why why would you do this? What kind of sick fuck are you the sick? Fuck is named Nathan Sutherland. He has been charged after his DNA was found to match the babies they actually had to get a court order for the DNA because he refused to take or given vested deny sample. Now. What I'm guessing is that they just automatically requested DNA samples from all the men who work in the facility because I figured, you know, probably happened because of access and literally it was because of excess he was an LPN at the facility, and he is the one, you know, I guess it's still allegedly. But he was terminated obviously. As soon as they learned of the arrest. But yeah, he raped her sometime between February. In April and. That was it on charges of sexual assault and vulnerable adult abuse. And he is being held on a five hundred thousand dollars cash only bond. I'm pretty sure his LPN salary is not going allow him to do something. Like this like he's not going to be able to bail himself out..
"thome" Discussed on The goop Podcast
"In easy enough to make for any. If you will yet college student, if you're a single, mom, whatever it is. It's not something very difficult or you need to have a huge background in tecnique. Right. Yeah. Right. Because that's how I learned to cook. I mean, I was a working girl, a working mom, and I learned to cook out of other people's cookbooks. And you don't want it to be a whole intimidating process. Yeah. And especially I think that people think that clean food is like impenetrably difficult or weird. And so I think that's what's so great about this book. Right that it's just delicious food is genuinely so playing like cabbage soup. Yeah. I think you guys were. So I mean, I should just tell all the podcast listeners. How instrumental the two of you are in the making of spoke and how much of the recipe development you did. And how much you invented all of these amazing? I mean, you know, like the I was detoxing. And I wanted you want something did you can bite your teeth into you came up with those taco shells made of squash and Hickam ah. It's just so genius. It's like it doesn't it doesn't present like detox food yet. Smell like, you talks food. It's so that was sort of the goal. I think throughout this book is to make it not as scary. Because detox the word in nervous self is sort of like intimidating, and you don't want to do it. But if it tastes good in Risi enough than why not just if it dry, if it sort of familiar, if it's like, okay? Like meat balls. We. Can all get you know, talk taco. Yeah. And I think, you know, the idea is how great to have the sort of Thome of recipes that it's not if you if you, you know, one of the use cases, I'm on a detox. I don't know what to eat. 'cause I mean, that's how I basically started with. It's all good, right? Might that second book where I was trying to clean up my diet and do a finite cleanse, and I couldn't I was also like hallucinating with fatigue. And I couldn't think of stuff to make that was on the plans that will next time if I ever detox again, I'm gonna write down recipe ideas and things that could may and that was the seed of that book, and I think with this book, it's really like you can look at it as I wanted to clans. I wanna do something finite in really deep and healing or if you just like clean food, or if you're like me like to eat super clean until dinner. Yeah. Just if there's just one recipe lake and it's clear, right? That's worth it. You know, you don't have to follow every doctor's protocol or you can write their options and most of the recipes in the book are fit within each doctor's protocol. So or they can with like very like totally low lift modification, right? Speaking of the doctor's like, that's one thing the clean plate almost feels like a follow up to. It's all good like its next level. Title like big sister. Like, just, you know, not your average the graduate school for sure. But one thing that I think makes the clean plate. So interesting is the inclusion of the doctors. Yeah. So that was something that was really important to you from the beginning. So can you talk a little bit about like what what that means for the buffs? I mean, it's really interesting to me 'cause there's a lot of debate around detox. And there are a lot of western doctors that think detox is bullshit, and they think that the body detoxifying itself. And we don't need to do anything to aid in the detox vacation process. And then, but there are MD's who are looking at nutrition different way and saying will actually, you know, especially for certain people these particular foods act as inflammatory agents in the body, and that causes a process it's hard on the body in that can their links. Being made to the microbiome and overall health and auto immune issues, and how much, you know, all of these things can really be aided by eating in this super clean way..
"thome" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"So that people eighteen and under couldn't even see it which caused such outrage among young Mexicans that it really actually was probably the best thing that ever happens in the movie because it got it a lot of attention, but it also probably caused Mexico not to submit it for the foreign Oscar. So it wasn't you and your brother still got nominated for original screenplay. But I guess it was while you were with that film at Toronto Thome festival that September eleventh two thousand one happens, and it was because of that that children men was sort of born. Yeah. I mean, I have read these outline is like a one page outline of the regional book of children of men, and I was intrigued by it. But I was kind of not finding you know, I I said, I think when just. A science fiction film. And when September eleventh happened. You know, it was kind of a turning point. He's in Easter and I was stranded in Toronto. And I really wanted to understand the things that were going to shape these new center. And is the moment that everything came together, you know, children of men and all these demotic elements that I wanted to play with the meanwhile, maybe because it was such a still being kind of story it's hard to get people to finance it. So in the meantime, weirdly because with the frizz couple of drafts of the script, and there was no more chapter tight for right after nine eleven. Yeah. So instead, though, what's equally weird is that somebody who's seen to mama tambien thinks of you for Harry Potter like how they I guess on the surface. There wouldn't seem to be that much in common going into the third Harry Potter. And yet, I think you've said that you I don't know if you could tell in the moment, but in hindsight, it makes more sense to you. Why JK rolling and David Heymann, the producer of the film? I think that yet not it was offered to me in the stunt. But yet for j k and they beat it was a dual thing it was as much Ethan momentum being. As a little Princess, and I guess that they use. So the merger of the two of them right because. Yes, one hand there's the little Princess from the standpoint of the fantasy element of it. And in the other hand is not so the similar because if the momentum is his journey of this two teenagers in their journey into other who. In Harry Potter and ask oven..
"thome" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"And that time it was the people who came in. Eddie red Maine was the first puzzle additioning, and then it was Andrew Garfield. And then it was Thome Hodie. Wow. Wow. I know of our school of. Yeah. Coming up in school of active as the different approaches because. Tom hardy one I'm going to be honest. On the other to Tom's a unique character. So have you worked with the end up in that film with you didn't tell them, and I as she worked together we did a TV series called. Didn't make it to the second season cooled cool Cape wrath say that was yeah. That was the we didn't make that film together. But then we did this TV show together. Yeah. He's he's very believable had such different approaches. I mean interesting. So I the first time I think I probably many became at where you was like crazy was the drift Ramos to projects. I guess you've worked with Drake on. That made quite a splash Sundance as I recall was that is that an indelible memory of being at Sundance with Drake. Anton for that. Yeah. Definitely. I just remember laughing my head off all the time with as t I think he did one interview where they pretended to be brothers. What what's my role in? This improv sketch. I think that point where you know, you've been talking about the film days on slightly lose your head. And then they were just kind of going off on it, but of Dandan, but that was cheated to make you the film. It was. I know you've talked about that a lot. But it was it was it was their script for that. Or was it? No, it was just been making a film in England called shell ako, which was a romantic comedy, and was also much of the performance in that film is about timing, and you have to be on the beat to make the job work, and that sort of thing, and then and then I went into like crazy, which was the opposite lit she'd touchdown in Los Angeles. And I was making this improvised film with Drake. And I with the same age at the same. The time we were making it and it felt the three of us. We felt like these pioneers we were really enroll whether we're making it. Exactly. And that and then was there were no sort of. He didn't have to hate your mall or any of that stuff. It was very kind of free form and pretty formative experience. I'm going to be on dancing on the there's a documentary about antone. Yes. Yeah. Yeah. Conway to see. Yeah. Yeah. He's still tremendous act. Yeah. Unpack each full passan. So in the wake of that. I. I think we can jump ahead. Of course is something like theory of everything, but I'm curious like before that if you felt like, you know, the, quote, unquote, like big breaks, whatever the big markers and a career because I was going back. And I was reminded that like you had one that actually almost happened that might have changed things a little more prematurely, which was the Warren Beatty project. Yes. Yeah. You were attached to that. Yeah. I worked with Warne on that film about ta I was going to say so. Obviously being filmed get like like, you can tell him. I actually had worn for the podcast, which was an amazing. I can only imagine hours you spent days you spent with Warren. He does not just castle, buddy. He's you're in his life. And it was it was actually fascinating. Because at one point Eddie had also been going to be in the film, a different time and actually Warren Beatty, he it was a real education spending that time with him. And so much of what we've both learned from him. We took into their everything he was very much sued. His voice was in our heads going into that film because obviously you watch films reds his incredible selection of films, and what he gets his always spontaneity and humanity and fused with with technique contending the story. So it was almost like because I didn't go to drama school. That was almost like a bit of an immersion in the school of. I mean parts of filmmaking really just spending time with them and hanging out with his kids and and being with his obviously with the net. Those conversations about films and filmmaking just live from the go talk craft and talk like also has every story known to man, these like these.
"thome" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"I think that they did him good. Yes. You bring them in for the football. But while he's there you gave them a structure that allowed him to play this sport and find some organization for ninety days. So to me. Yes. That that said there's no way you can monitor what goes on in somebody's skull. What their cravings are or with their luminous is and in the end. Not even in the end. I don't know Pacific. Tritical mass for him where he said, I am not healthy right now. And and Tom KARN. Here. NBC sports. Boston Honda insider report. So that was going to be my next question. I know this is very new and fresh. This is literally you and I are talking about an hour hour after the tweet came out from Josh Gordon that he was taking time off to deal with his mental health are the patriots going to keep him in the fold. I mean are they going to keep him on the roster? I mean, what what what will they do here with to gain a huge regular season. Given the reports I think it was Tom Pelous arrow said that there is a looming suspension, which would be indefinite, and if that's the case, and if his move is reactive Joyce Gordon's two of gets done on a. Step aside, before they tell me to or if it's proactive, and there is no looming suspension. I think you have to different things at play. I would imagine given that he's restricted free agent in the spring. That they may stick with him. But I can't guess as to what the tenor of the last week or ten days has been because it's been outstanding. And he's a good player. It's not what he wasn't twenty thirteen. But I would imagine that they're not going to turn him out into the cold unless he came in with very strong edicts of. One-strike? Josh. So let's move to the football aspect of Thome since. Thing. I'm glad you did that because I think it is important to start tickly that there's the guy there. And I knew that she would anyway. But I is about I came on the air basically saying that this is a tragedy. This is. I mean like I understand that tragedies involve multiple fatalities in real life. I'm talking about the sports world here. Okay. That that this is for a twenty seven year old with a the God given talent that he has the opportunity that he was given and world of football with the yards or so plentiful these days he could have been a multimillionaire for years to come. And maybe he's still is and that. Yes, you as you point in your column today's not the day to say, I told you so but in your column today, Josh Gordon, leaving the patriots hurts on many different levels the football level of for a team that right now is sitting any wildcard position. And we all know that despite the monster success of the Brady Bill check era, the ultimately successful seasons. Never really come from a wildcard round, which is what it looks like right now. So what does what does Gordon leaving right now mean for this offense that was struggling to score points in Pittsburgh just this past week? What does it mean? But if Josh Gordon was becoming as Sunday may have been an indication. Somewhat of a liability than it. At least opens up the opportunity for Philip doors set in Cordeiro Patterson now is a reason Josh Gordon was the with here in the first place, and that wasn't because his father Flanagan's propose because he's good and better than Phillips set of Cordeiro Patterson and Chris HOGAN, despite the fact that he had to work through plenty of things. So they return to team that has Jillian it'll men with a bad foot and struggling to get the top speed, generally, rob gronkowski's going to see more attention than I don't think that he needs to see more attention now from defenses. He's having a hard enough time getting open. Chris HOGAN is fine as a compliment same filter, set and Cordeiro Patterson. She only had caught five downfield passes all season prior to about three weeks ago. He's not down healing targeted five times. Not downfield guys. Just not he's not instinctive, and he doesn't you know, he goes off route as they say here quite frequently. There's nobody sitting there as a long snapper that can come out and be wide receiver. Tom is nobody lurking? Joe Cardona might have uncapped potential as wideout who's nobody then. But I don't know..
"thome" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling
"Wrestling podcast. I am beyond the mat mcgarvy with me. Pro wrestling paddle on Thome Sibley. Hey, greetings from Saudi Arabia. I've gone over here. And I'm pretty I'm digging. It man I'm doing there's a lot of cool stuff. John's changed his tune on Saudi Arabia analogy span. Yeah, I'm actually being beamed in via Skype. We're having some fun out here for us. The ring professional wrestling encyclopedia of April. Back baby. It's once again, it's Wednesday. He's back baby. And this is actually being recorded on Wednesday. It's as if kind of like the last month, we've been doing it says if they have double triple Univer triple W universe down on the fact that they're going to Saudi Arabia, and then they're just going to do everything else to fucking stick it up the the fans asked, right? So then we'll put HOGAN in yet to birds. We'll have Shane turn up at the fuck. Best the land. We're going to have Brock peop-. Then then somebody got word to undertaker and Kane now when Sean flips off the top rope don't catch them. Let them let them smash as boy toy face. You know, I was I was watching it on an elliptical machine and HOGAN comes out and has just like all right. So they're just you know, you think this is fucked up checkout this code you. Like, you're watching porn on the train. You're looking around like watching. And then I start watching it. And I watched some highlights of it. But it was just I honestly had that feeling of of like don't support this. This just don't well. You know, what couldn't support itself was triple h peck where or when you try Dottie his muscle screaming at just up the human chess is not supposed to look like that. When you severely over- develop a muscle like that and you use may be questionable. Pharmaceuticals or whatever you wanna call it. Let's let's let's be honest. Who's asking the questions, you know, you're gonna tear your fucking peck off the bone. I mean, Jesus it has suffered a few muscle tears in his career. He's has he ever torn us bicep or was that. My arm thinking to China, Hashi, tears bicep, and then it came back in the leather jacket that was the plots that was no leather jacket. No, he came back from the quads wearing they all Denham. He's had another. He's had another muscle. Tear up top. I don't know which one it was try or a by because because those are all three of the post Royd injury that you see in in sports like the never never reformed sports were guys tearing quads and PECS and biceps until. Dr is just like, you know, Paul. This is gonna keep happening getting worse as you get older. So maybe trips just give it two straight stop using steroids..
"thome" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Continental tire proud supporter of the Dan. Patrick show, Chris Webber will join us. We'll talk about LeBron Thome opener. I know people are going to have a problem with LeBron grabbing Chris Paul during the melee with Rajon Rondo Brandon Ingram. That's his best friend. He he, you know, he's barely knows Rajon Rondo but I know that some Laker fans were saying, you know why wouldn't O'Brien glow for there and protect Rajon Rondo. I didn't have that bigger problem in branches San had Chris, Paul come on Chris. It feels like LeBron could say something to Chris Paul to get him out of something like that is how I viewed it, but the Lakers. Oh. See, they're not going to win a game this year. Apparently. What is wrong with the Lakers question Mark? Yes, fritzy well, you're kind of protecting Rondo to by pulling Paul away and he's not going against your your team made these pumping break up the fight, and he's going to his instinct is to take care of his buddy and make sure he's out of harm's wing Jordan. When it never let somebody spent Chris Paul, but everybody always they're gonna make a big deal about LeBron no matter what he does. You know if he had gone to Rondo all Chris, Paul is your buddy so it didn't matter how about the bigger picture. They lost again. But we'll talk to see web about that are at eight, seven, seven, three DP show Email address GPS Dan, Patrick dot com. Couple of best and worst to the weekends, Tim Jacksonville. Hi, Jim are Tim, how are you? Hey, Dan, six foot even hundred fifty, five pounds..
"thome" Discussed on TechStuff
"Of course, they also make you sign a waiver saying that you understand that there are things going on where they're gonna shoot lasers in your eyeballs, and there are risks involved with that. And part of this depends a lot on your cooperation, like staying still and not running from the office naming again, I'm just imagining what would happen with me. They assuming you're your nerves of steel are hardly are holding. They will go ahead and put some topical anesthetic in your eyes. Yes. So this is to numb your is because they will need to touch them. Yup. And and once you're once that started to take effect your lead into the uprating room where you lay down on a table, usually a padded table and they physician you so that you're going to be under the machine. It goes ping and. And and then they have to while they have to secure your eyelids so that you're not going to be blinking? Yes, because you cannot blink so they may be using usually a combination of things. There's usually some sort of of tape that safe to put on your leads to keep your eyes open. There's also a device that will sit on top of the bottom part and top part of your eyelids to keep those them stationary. This looks a lot like the device that was used a famous documentary called a clockwork orange the from. Yeah, it's a little freaky. If you're looking at someone who's getting this done, the eyelids speculation. Yeah. Yeah. It's toehold those islands in place. Because of course, if you blink one, the laser's going, it's going to totally mess up the procedure so they have to, they have to stabilize and and keep your eyelids from moving. And they also put down a a ring around your eye that that stops you from being able to move your IRA and you're looking directly up are directly straight straight ahead is the best way to putting it not up as in your eyes are turned up, but looking straightforward just because you're laying on your back, it just happens to be up. And then as they the next step is the squiggly part. Are you ready? No, but let's do this. Okay. So they pull out the micro CARA Thome? Yes. See they have to the, they're going to put some marks on your cornea. Yeah, to identify where it is a little green where they're where they're going to use the micro Thome basically when you're dealing with something as sensitive is vision and and you know, the professionals wants to do a good job. They're going to want to be as accurate as possible. So they're going to Mark your your cornea. To make sure that they use the micro CARA Thome Ryan. I don't even wanna talk about it. It's a surgical instrument. Okay. It's a blade, a very fin blade, and this blade is used to cut a flap in your cornea, which is then pulled back so that the list through shape Courtney. This is this is this is retaining and painful to watch. This is part of the grosses me on. I'm sorry. Okay. So yeah, so they're actually and this is lazing. There are other versions. Do not use us in some of them. Don't even use a microcosm. Thome blade. They have a special laser that will cut this flap, but in in lazy geyser drained, there is a flap that's cut and pulled back so that the laser can start to shape the cornea without that outer layer in place. And and so this point the the laser which is called in well, is an exa Mer or exile. Her x. c. I m e r. actually look up the pronunciation, but this is the laser that does the actual shaping if asserts to vaporize parts of the cornea and wants doing is it's shooting ultraviolet blasts. The lasers in the ultra violet lane range, which means you can't see it rides outside the range of human site and what it's doing is exciting..
"thome" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast
"See enter TPC at checkout saved twenty bucks Thome the bento cast Sancha. And we're back. Okay. So where do we want to begin with this? Because I just have so many dots. I don't know where to start. Well, I personally would like to draw attention to Jack's behavior in the beginning of the movie where I think we can apply the Bouch EMMY test to this where early on. Mckee's apply that not super. Like you're saying like the not super famous guy. I think if someone that hot who is a nobody was doing that shit, people would also not be having it. Sure. I mean, basically after they've met for, they've known each other for less than twenty four hours, he's like, hey, come to my gig tonight and she's like, I can't. I have to work. No, thanks and he's like, please, though, and she's like, no, I can't. She's telling him no several times. Then he sends his driver to her house to pick her up to follow her. Right. And then she's like, no, I can't. But then eventually she decides to get on this private jet and go to this gig after all, and then a few scenes later she's sleeping in her bed and she wakes up and Jack is there and she's like, how? Why are you here? And he's like, oh, your dad. Let me in here. I am. So this is like dice, what are you doing? Respect? You thought die. Funky. Doing that. I can my day. I was real crooner classing though a good line read by dice. We have to remember. He is one of comedy's. Most notorious misogynists successful misogynist in the entire industry. Good for him though. Did a couple of good. Oh my God. Yeah, he had a great lines beginning piano, take a look at her to all his buddies. You know some with the most talent they just don't make it was like you fucking literally. She comes home, starts cleaning up after his gross friends, although I think it was a secret producer. So fi who said dies is squatted in every scene. He's got like no less than four old men with him. Just like being like dis is the fuck it. I think that's his real life entourage. He's like, I'll come on so booth plus four fucking gross dues. I though probably I could not figure out that was dice to save my life because I realized I had never seen Andrew dice clay's is because he always verses sunrise. And that was fucking me up until the last thing of the credits. And I'm like it said Andrew dice clay, and I'd like filled like a fucking idiot. It really actually took me out of the film a little A couple of pair. pair out. It was dice, which is too bad because I think that all of us right now could play his girlfriend in a thing. I think about the right age. This is my boyfriend is Andrew nights, Anna, you. Look like dead. He put, you know what? I I, I'm so sorry about that fucked up stuff. In any case, the the behavior, the Bradley Cooper's character is doing is troubling. Its stock hurry predatory, but because he is a man with fame and power and influence, she's like, ooh, how romantic so I was truly surprised how quickly they just started making out. I was like, really, really. I mean, you don't really know much about him on the news, a famous person and seems drunk as fuck they. I think they try to work around that by saying like, oh, she does at least go to work, but then someone's like, you fuck in late and she's like, I fucking quit. And then she gets in the limo that followed her. I don't know. I didn't a MRs kind of like the inception of this relationship changes. I think there's versions of it were it's done better and you has stars weren't. And there's also versions where it's like way creepy or but. But they're the first two. Star is born happens between actors this one and the strike zone want or musicians. But it usually starts with them. They meet. She's a little girl from nowhere who just moved the Hollywood, the become a big thaw and she's an extra and she's a waitress and the whole bit. And then he like gets her and on dish in which is less creepy than sending someone in a in a vehicle to follow her around. Yeah, yeah..
Seattle Storm dominate Washington Mystics in Game 1
"One game down to to go. Seattle storm dominated the first game of the WNBA playoffs Friday night at keyarena night game number one. They look really great. It was electric all night long at the key for game one against the Washington mystics what night for basketball in Seattle and the spark plug for the storm Jewell Loyd shatters shooting struggles in the Phoenix series. But could not miss Floyd fourteen points in the
Microsoft's Xbox All Access Plan Could Involve an Actual Xbox Console
"One on the rope report, XBox has something maybe called XBox all access. I'm kicking it over to Thome Warren at the verge rights. Microsoft is planning to unveil XBox all access service that will bundle. The company's Xbox One councils with XBox live XBox game pass for monthly fee codename project Largo. Microsoft has been working towards the subscription service in recent months sources.
"thome" Discussed on GSMC Book Review Podcast
"Welcome back to the Jesus MC book review podcast will we're going to go ahead and get right back to interview the conclusion of my interview with RJ resent the author of the Katya Malone series. Now that you have three books that have been published, has your writing process changed at all, or is it pretty much the same. No, pretty much the same. As far as that goes, everything else. It's just roll along here pretty good. We've had a real good run with a tiny amount mystery series. And once this book that I'm working on now is finished, they're gonna start a promotion on the Katie Malone series. Keeping dark side of the mountain is book one of the Katy series because without that is starts in the middle of the starry without really see in the background. Oh, that's wonderful. Congratulations. So what are you reading this summer or is it all the ice Landik Saugus because that's sounds like a huge. Are you reading anything else. I started reading Jordan Peterson, the twelve rules for life, which is a pretty much all the sounds like a psychology textbook, which I was interesting. 'cause I took psychology in university that was very interesting controversial book. But after that I got into the landing sang is and it's like I said, it's a very big book and the preface to it was probably a couple hundred pages long alone just with all the scholarly lectures about the Eggers. Now that came to be. I said earlier, it's been such a busy summer with grandchildren and children's daughter, and her family came up from Indianapolis for that. And it's just been a really busy summer or business is busy too. So you know, I haven't had that much time to do much reading or writing. It sounds like it. Are you reading the Icelandic sagas on kindle or on an e book or an actual huge gigantic Thome. On kindle. Yeah, you could tell and carried on my phone of it, but we've got the grandkids out at the beach which we've got some beautiful beaches here on Lake Ontario, and I just sit in the shade and I just flip through the pages, keep on reading. I was picturing you taking the book on the plane with you in the fall and just like lugging this book with you. So where can people find you on social media on the internet? Do you have a web page. Well, Facebook, I have my authors page at RJ Rosetti's. That's our west ATT author and my personal pages just Randy Rosetti's and the people are welcome. Look there too. It's wide open. I have those secrets and I don't care who looks pictures or sees my silly videos. Here you catch me at Texas king. That's at PA ex u s k I n g and everybody wanted to Email me. We'll get an RJ Rosetti at AOL dot com. All right, we'll thank you so much for that. What else? What else have we not talked about that you would like for people to know about your books or writing in general? Well, the the one thing I guess. Wisest thing I've ever heard is never too late to do, which always wanted to do. I always wanted to be writer from way back in high school, like a serious author, writing books and actually get published, and it's taken a long time. I three previous books self published after spending a million dollars in postage the old fashioned way of sending of manuscripts in getting them back. And it was such a rush to the finding it introduced to care and they're short on time books, and I can't say enough good things about her company and they certainly got me launched this this series. I thought amount mysteries l. my own series and I'm looking forward to the twilight years. You might say, just continuing writing. I got a lot of years to catch up on. Wonderful. And just a quick aside on short on time book. So the the premise on the books that they publish, is that they are there more novella links? Correct. There cozy mysteries is likes to call them. They're almost all Novell is. There's a huge following out there in the world that has to take a train to work, whether it's New York City, Los Angeles, Tronto Vancouver or where and there's nothing better than to have something that's you can finish off at a couple of days..
"thome" Discussed on Get Up!
"Most times led Guerrero Jim Thome, Chipper Jones, Alan Trammell the options that we are given. We have all of us here at the desk and we have our own beloved to encourage this morning. TIMMY, I'll give you the first crack at this one, which one of those guys reach base the most. I'm gonna guess it was Chipper Jones lifetime three hundred eight or walked a lot. What is anyone at the desk? Disagree. It's it's got to be out in travel twenty years in Detroit. The answer is Chipper Jones. Easy one. I like Jalen mattress. God. I like this. I like that. Hold on a second. You were the only one at the table who got it wrong, how that was an easy one. Purpose. I thought it was. I actually thought it was going to be trampled 'cause I was thinking it was sneaky hembo. He threw threw a fastball right down the middle and you guys not out of the park. Okay. TIMMY, I don't want to take up any more time because this is important. We just had tax get sort of deeply into the notion that maybe the national should seriously consider trading Bryce Harper in the next roughly thirty two hours, which is what we have before the trade deadline. So I have two questions for you, Tim. Does it make sense to you and separately? Do you believe this, any chance of that happening? Well, it certainly makes sense because the nationals are in trouble even though they're only six games out of a playoff spot. They got all those teams in front of them. They're closers hurt their second best starters heard the lineup has been shut out ten times since the beginning of June. There's clearly something wrong there. So yes, it makes sense to look into this, but I don't think they're gonna move. Bryce Harper. I'm not sure we're never sure this time of year. However. This is a going for it season, whatever it takes kind of season for the nationals given that Harper might leave, they could lose others to free agency and given the disappointment in recent years in the play offs to give up on this season now and they still have a chance and they're chasing too young teams in the division in front of them. I don't think they're going to give up a Tex makes an awful lot of sense as usual. You're right. Yeah. So if they don't trade Harper, which you know maybe a long shot, don't they need to get some more players at the deadline. You got thirty two hours and then maybe even, you know, the non waiver deadline. What do you guys think? Right? They have to go get somebody if they're gonna make the playoffs. JT rail Mutoko is exactly who they need and who they want, but it's going to take Victor robe lays the outfielder to get him. There's a question, of course, whether the nationals will do that, but they have to upgrade their offense and amazingly, they have to upgrade their starting pitching if they're going to make it to the playoffs because their starting pitching the last two months has been sub-standard to be kind interesting to me because everything that you say can be spun in either direction. When you say this was they're going for it year, they're probably going to break up this group anyway. You could actually use that as an argument to trade. Bryce Harper that this is the way you sort of jump start, whatever the next iteration of your franchise is going to be by moving him and bringing. A bunch of young players who hopefully become the backbone of your next group. In the meantime, let's talk about the hall of fame yesterday. There's no one I enjoy hearing talk about baseball history more than you. So as you watch that ceremony yesterday, did you have a moment or two that stood out for you? Well, Chipper Jones speech stood out for me just how cool Chipper Jones is gonna have a baby during the ceremony or really close to it, but he keeps his cool because he always keeps his cool from day one as a professional baseball player. I remember the story about how the Braves were called a pre draft meeting and met with Chipper Jones. The entire meeting without an agent representing Chipper to thirty minutes, and he agreed to sign at the Braves price and his dad took him up stairs Chipper you can get way more than this, and he goes, well, I know I can..
"thome" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast
"Welcome back brown chicken brown cow show i'm now catching my breath still after this laura's megaphone into the mic there that was put me on the floor and i started seeing stars so what are we gonna talk about next i think i wanna talk about world efforts to free ourselves from negative sexual related practices own you mean like stuff like female jim thome noodle dot yeah that is one of the more horrible on thinks it's done around the world so so what do you want what i want to talk about new cell fun fat while i mean it's not really fun in fact i i regret saying that i take it back just february sixth is actually the united nations international day of zero tolerance for female genital mutilation which i am going to call mgm for short word your hard because whereas apparently are really hard for me today so keep in mind that's the acronym were using so it's actually defined by the un as all procedures that involve altering injuring the female genitalia for non medical reasons and it is recognized internationally as a violation of human rights of girls in women while that it should be the shouldn't ever happen at all in its sometimes not just when if is not just to a baby's as punishment for even is some things like sex masturbation disobeying for any reason in some countries they send are going on so they actually remove a females the taurus most of the time with that's usually what it is and it's usually not really sterling surgically done it's usually done in possibly more of a ceremonial environment unless that's changed as actually been awhile since i didn't really extensive research on it but it's something that the un has called out as human rights violation which i think is good and i'm sure there are other people who think that as well so they actually have sustainable development goals that are from two thousand fifteen and it calls for an end to gm by the year twenty thirty with alone before it's a long time but you know this is a a process this is kind of would be cultural shift for a lot of places once again at the ritz around freedoms in its cultural identity it's cultural shift of how they deal with things instead of dealing with them like adults i hate saying that we're but instead of the phrase it that way it's my value on that but that right sought in some cultures it's not acceptable offer masturbation to the thing and at some point someone was like we'll solve that problem just cut it off any can't do it but it's also a really painful process like there so many nerve endings down there just how you know so it really is if feels like it's violation it's human rights violation it's freedoms being taken away it's body being taken away circuit stone in in some some countries at least formally it has been kind of a right of it's almost a rite of passage ceremony really well you're like yeah so i mean it's a it's a after globally to culturally help other countries who might still practices to culturally shift away from them so one of their targets is actually to eliminate vardi said that so it's really to eliminate this these practices globally on and this these goals had actually been called for by numerous intergovernmental organizations including the african union european european union parents can't see that word either in the organization of islamic cooperation as well as three different resolutions by the un general assembly so that we could go on into a lot of other areas of lhasa freedom around especially sexuality around well we hit sexuality we could hit you know the struggle for marriage equality or for the right to be openly your sexual orientation on throughout the world so there's a lot going on a lot going on globally so even though things seem dark right now in the united states at times it can still get darker if we don't want to get there so i guess this one i would i would ask for a call to arms on some level if you can go out in support an organization that is looking for freedom or human rights or organizations that help in.
"thome" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"Assistance medical supplies have been systematically removed from entering agency convoys and that was particularly the case for do we need to go in with the rest of the supplies but we also need to deliver assistance to other parts of east gupta government insisted you can't send in medical supplies because we will help the rebels we haven't actually given a reason but on the day that we were meant to go to ma we were informed that the large majority of medical supplies that we had intended to bring in with not be allowed to be loaded and these were mainly surgical items and trauma kits but it also included basic medicines like insulin the thome from the un who is speaking to our chief international correspondent least descent still to come on the podcast tough talk from botswana as the outgoing president attacks president trump for overturning a ban on the import of hunting trophies so when you say that now we will allow elephant trophies to come into the united states what he says jesting is going to be encouraging poaching scam in monaco where people have been impersonating members of the ruling family in an attempt to extort money now we've just been hearing about the exodus of civilians in eastern gouta but in northern syria close to the border with turkey tens of thousands of civilians in the region are also on the move they're trying to escape a turkish military offensive and some reports say as many as one hundred and fifty thousand people have left the kurdish held territory over the past four days i asked our correspondent in his tom bull mark lowen how turkey justifies a fierce military offensive well inside syria what tacky says that it is a matter of security of its own borders to push the y pg the kurdish militia that are in control of afrin back at techy classifies the white pg as a terrorist group and techy says that it has been attacked by incoming rocket fire from the white pg over the years and that weapons have been passed across the border from the white pg into turkey into kurdish militant hands so techies.