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"torre ta" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"torre ta" Discussed on Judaism Unbound
"I'm saying there's another option. Which is to say. I'm going to become an artist or even an avant-garde straight and i'm gonna take this this material and i'm going to reshape it in an exciting way at the end of the day i think the solution so to speak the judaism. That's really going to catch on. It's probably somewhere between those two extremes right. It's probably neither going to be the oven guard that turns into something that becomes its own system or the old system migrating. It's likely that the that that that somebody ends up say finding a place in between that says i can take the most exciting things from the avant-garde in the most stable things from the old system and and mix them together and create something cool. But if we don't have enough vanguard then then that person never has the opportunity to select that stuff yet to to keep belaboring the metaphor you used the word solution A literal solution is when you mix when you mix a liquid with water so if you have the paint which is our term for like the avangard judaism and then you mix it with that stable piece which i think water would be as good a stable peace as any water has has for thousands of years been a symbolic player in the meaning makings of judaism and will continue to be. I'm sure You know we could talk about sees of reads. We could talk about torah as water all of that but so paint and water. Maybe that's our solution in the literal chemical sense. I'm i think. I'm i'm realized that we haven't talked about who said mon- today and we're spending our episode talking about pain and we had this previous guests duty bound. Who's a literal painter. And whose whole thing i mean. It's not a stick. It's not a joke but he did this beautiful exhibition and toured around multiple exhibitions. Where he took the chemical compound From the gas chambers of the holocaust and found that found lake. I'm going to get this wrong. With basically what the residue was what. What like the color was that. It created and it's very specific. Prussian blue is the name of the pigment. that's associated with that. And he did all of these beautiful paintings using that precise chemical compound it. It was this powerful reclaiming of this pigment that was used for catastrophic genocide of the jewish people being re mobilized towards a new kind of jewish art and by the way the art he made. It's not as if it was pictures of torah and jewish stars and minora's like it was you could look at these without knowing they were jewish. And maybe maybe you would have no idea that. This is an artist connecting them to the holocaust to jewish tradition etc. But from my perspective. Exactly exactly like we should be taking the various pains the various pieces of our tradition including those painful once. It's important to think about like okay. It's not that we have literal gas chambers of the torah and of the thomma mobilize but we have really terrible pieces of story of narrative that have been mobilized to hurt massive groups of people to hurt individuals. Like and and i think part of what gets people nervous when we talk about like the judaism is paint. And we can just pick and choose as like people think we're gonna just excise all the crappy parts and keep the stuff we like. And that's sort of an easy way out. And no i actually specifically want to look to the pieces of torah of jewish tradition that are most painful and mobilize those as paint to use them in the specific context that they've been used that has been mobilized towards harming lots of people so i think he's shy who said man methodology which he's doing literally he go. Listen to that episode. One fifty-seven he he he literally this pigment and created new art out of it. I think that we as jews would benefit from that but the prerequisite is absolutely what you said in which i'm echoing. Which is we have to see. Ourselves as artists on guard is of. We have to see our subs. As agents in this process and it requires a certain approach to things like kohana things like her torre torre ta All of these. Where the fact of their newness the fact that they're like new methodologies of painting to keep this going doesn't make them less authentic real it actually makes them precisely the point right and then it puts me in the mind of a question of like as i think about these organizations including the jewish women's archive but also i'm thinking about at the well and kohana and then i'm also thinking about the organizations that we talked to in our use of color series like a mood the jews of color torah academy and There's and then. I'm thinking about the lgbt series that we've done like severa being one of the most prominent of spaces that's really an lgbtq focused tomlin study space now. Some of these might invite people that don't fit into their main category of the people that they serve more often than others. But in some ways. I think part of the power of what these organizations are doing and why it's so exciting is because there isn't a lot of pole in the opposite direction because they are not trying to create a space that is for everybody and so they're saying Create a space. That's really largely by and for us now. The question arises is as that happens. You can imagine that things will go off in different directions that may get further and further from each other. I'm thinking a little bit about how the you know the big bang. And who is it. That i think it was hubble that that there's a redshift and all the galaxies are going away from each other. The question is as we start to see..
"torre ta" Discussed on Judaism Unbound
"But like i don't think people think about it as a document of judaism alongside the torah and the talmud and everything else and that's what brings me to the other side of this which wreck and torre ta her torah which is taking on one hand. You could argue. It actually is a little bit of an inclusion maneuver right. Because it's taking the most centralized text of judaism that we've had. Which is the torah and eventually the bible and its flipping the genders. But i do think there's a way in which that's more radical than just accepting tradition as it's been because it really is flipping everything around. I mean i think traditionalist would would feel that you are in fact changing the very text of this sacred book and in doing so changing its meaning and i think they're right and that's why i want to do it. Hearing you talk about that and also listening to our guests. It really makes me confront in my case. Gendered white man. I there's a level at which you really don't fully understand as much as you try as much as you want to try. I think there's a level at which i just can't understand in the sense of it in my body right and understand it intellectually but in terms of feeling in my body. What is it like to read literature and to find it kind of impenetrable. Because you don't see people like me there because they're always people like me there and it really struck me when you're l was talking about how simply the active region during the torah and just making it so that when you read the same exact stories in your own gender that that makes it accessible in a new way and i'm not necessarily suggesting that that's the solution. I worry that there is no solution. Meaning that i actually. I shouldn't say that i worry that. There's no solution. I actually liked the idea that there's no solution because i've been advocating all along for something that tracks the approach of disruptive innovation rate which really says that when there's a when there's some kind of dominant entity in a in a marketplace whether it's an organization concept or whatever that one way to address it is to try to change it but often it can't really be changed enough because the current participants in it. Don't wanna let it change that much. So as somebody who says the only way that i can participate in this thing. If it's very different from the way it is now. There may not be any road to make that different through the existing network of institutions and concepts that are there because there's an equal and opposite or stronger in opposite force trying to pull it in the other direction. But there's another option that's available which is to say. Hey we can rebuild this. And the way that i'm still trying to find just the right metaphor but to my mind. It's kind of like looking at something that was once a machine and all the parts fit together and where to long together into say well. Let's look at that instead of as a machine. Let's look at that as a pile of parts like it just fell apart and now it's a pile of parts. Now we can go to that pile and say which pieces do we want to rescue and bring over to another place and build a new machine out of it. What would a judaism three point. Four point oh look like that was built from scratch by all the people who had previously been kept out of the central roles in the oh judaism and some of the people that were in roles. Neil judaism in other words. I don't think that there shouldn't be any men involved in that rebuilding. It's it's what would it look like if it was a a team. Effort of all the people who we now believe should be central in the building of something called judea zimmer the next version of judaism and they were able to use as many parts from the old judaism as they wanted and they were also able to use any other parts that they wanted. It's true and i think it is that when you do something like region during the torah and potentially all other works of jewish literature that that would be what gives an entree to many women to feel like. Oh i can finally feel like this is me the that can at least hear myself here. Even though i know that these are stories about men that were just re gendered. If that's the answer then realistically. I'm not sure that you're going to be able to do that. To the whole jewish tradition. And certainly not in a way. That says we're gonna now replace the old stuff with this new stuff not to l. says that that's the goal whereas think you could say. Hey let's all get together and create something new over here that includes some. You know that includes all these other other materials so it actually gives me a sense of excitement that you know maybe if we start to think about women being fifty one percent or more of the population that we can say hey. There's it's not only this small minority groups that have been kept out before but actually a huge group that has been kept up before and if all of those groups team up and say hey let's actually create something new together that maybe maybe there's some hope for doing that. There's a lot here about how this links into our questions of the future of judaism in what it would look like to sort of seed as eeze that future I also this is like a little thing. I know you didn't mean much with this. I've been generally pushing myself not to use the language of women being fifty percent or even fifty one percent of the population just out of love for non binary folks in sort of breaking down the binary because As there are more and more folks who identifies nonbinary though that kind of number gets a little pushed just as a as a thing to think about for all of us Yeah yeah no. That's a really good point. And we got some new language to talk about that. But my major point was a huge percentage of the population as opposed to a relatively small percentage. Yeah but what. I'm thinking about also is i wanna talk about newness stuff being new because we on this show and also all of our guests when we talk about incredible new creations like torre ta like this re gender torah when we talk about cohen when we talk about a lot of cool organizations we instrumentalise the fact that they are new toward. We treat that as like. Oh sure they're new but they can serve to achieve x. y. or z. Amazing goals and. I really believe that i do think that. Part of like part of the magic of regenerating. The torah is what it could lead to down the line in recreating judaism reinventing judaism things that you're talking about. I also feel compelled to say like it's fun to have a new sacred document with new language. It is exciting. It is interesting. And i'm going to be blunt. Look it's boring sometimes to do the same stories year. It's like really on cool to say that. And i. And i'm saying it bluntly specifically because i think it sounds a little harsher than i mean it and like look. I do read these stories every year. I find new meaning in them. I'm not discarding blake. I'm twenty nine. I'm about to be thirty. And i've been deeply embedded in the torah cycle. Not for all of those years. But for let's say ten of those years and i know my i know my takes on a lot of these proportions and do they change as i change sure. Are there certain directions that they just aren't gonna go. And that i feel like i've exhausted myself as a rabbinical student and sooner rabbi yes part of the fun and i'm using fun on purpose..
"torre ta" Discussed on Judaism Unbound
"Much as you can and and relaxed this weekend and just listen to you an episode. That was recorded in the blissful ignorance of what happened in the election. Yeah i'll just echo the excitement you mentioned about reviews in different podcast apps. A it like feels really great to read those and honestly even if it's not a perfect review if you have thoughts that you want voice in in those reviews Give the five stars. We love that. But if you want to say something about what you'd like to see in the future we really do read those and it goes a long way so definitely reviews if you're not able to donate financially are just as appreciated so thank you really thinking a lot about the episodes that we've done recently. It really goes back to something that we've talked about time and again this podcast. Which is this distinction between what you could call inclusion. Meaning that judaism is what it is and as we kind of evolve in our thinking about various things that are important we realized oh this community of people this kind of people were insufficiently welcomed into our community before and so we should become more welcoming. And so let's let's now Give women more rights. let's now bring in. Gb tq folks to have a more invited place in our community. Let's Pay more attention to jews of color etcetera etcetera. That's kind of inclusion approach. That imagines that what's going to happen. Is that these people are going to come in. And just find their place in judaism as it's always been and that'll be the end of it and we can pat ourselves on the back for being more inclusive as opposed to another approach which says you know. It seems likely that if a certain class a certain kinds of people have not been involved in judaism in an active way or jewish institutions. I should say in the institutions that we think of as comprising the jewish community. If they haven't really been open to certain category of people. There's a very strong chance that what is happening in those institutions will never really be of interest to that category of people too many members of that category of people and so often i think that to be inclusive turns out to at its best. Be become an invitation to folks to create something profoundly knew that speaks to their understanding of judaism is or could be for them. And i think what's really interesting when we talk about the category of women. I'm excited about some of the things that we've seen over the last few weeks precisely because they are different from the notion that women would be entering into the set of institutions that were already there in the jewish community and just taking taking a spot in leadership or in participation but in fact we see these organizations being created. That in many ways are sort of profoundly rethinking. Judaism like cohen is profoundly. Saying what would it look like to have. A jewish community led by and centered on the experience of women. And you see that they even have a new category of the title of the leader so instead of being led by. Rabbi it's led by a priestess in the case of torre ta the regenerator torah. You see somebody saying. Hey you know it may be that the very the tower itself doesn't work once. We say that this is a space that women should feel absolutely that they own and so here we have to we and so i was particularly wowed by the comment. That you made that simply. The active region during the torah allows her to read it in a way that reading the torah before always felt in some way like reading. Somebody else's work somebody being invited maybe into somebody else's home and his as welcoming as somebody may be when they invite you to their home. There's a real difference between that and you know buying your first house and welcoming others into your home yet for me. I'm really. I'm flashing to the beginning of our unit or at least close to the beginning of our union and also some of the recent episodes. I wanna try to like bring some stuff together. Because i'm thinking of two key moments on this front that you bring up of like inclusion on the one hand like yeah. We've we've got our thing we've got judaism and we're gonna open it up to other people we're going to include people versus the idea that actually folks that are that are not centered in that judaism will be the ones to set the tone and we Who have been included in the past will follow them to different impulses. So i'm flashing back with judith. Rosenbaum the episode. We did about the jewish women's archive she spoke about. I i loved this. She was like you know. Some of the most popular pages on our website are the pages for biblical women. Are the pages for divorce. Deborah for miriam jewish. Women's archive has all sorts of pages on their website for various jewish women from the recent past in american history from the more expensive broader. Pass going back to history beyond just america and they have biblical women like deborah. Like miriam and those are the ones that get the most traction and she was expressing frustration at that and i think part of why those pages get so much. So many clicks is precisely because we're trying to play this inclusion game right we're trying to mine the depths of judaism as we have inherited as we have seen it and say. Oh we're going to. We're going to scraping claw to find the the women's voices that we can and look. There are women's voices in the bible. They're not that many and sometimes they're not all that flattering but we can find deborah. This judge in the book of judges we can find. Miriam in exodus and throughout the rest of the five books of moses. So that's a great place to go if you're looking at the existing tradition and saying We have to play on this field. We have to and we wanna find women's voices that are on that field. If you wanna play a different game you could go to the entire rest of the jewish women's archive website and say. Oh my gosh. There's hundreds upon hundreds of jewish women who their stories are important and they made important contributions whether it's jewish society or to the broader world. But we've never really called them. Judaism i don't think i mean i thinking about emma lazarus because a bunch of fringe just spoke about. Emma lazarus the the poet who wrote the poem on the statue of liberty. I think people think of her as a notable woman in history in american history the some of them might even know she's jewish and think of her as a notable jewish woman in history. I don't know how many people think of her as part of like judaism think of the new colossus the poem about welcoming immigrants into america which we could find all sorts of jewish residences..
"torre ta" Discussed on Judaism Unbound
"I love that you talked about the tablets and the idea of sculpting and sculpture with the Tabernacle League. I often think about sculpture and one of the best lessons I ever got growing up in school like one of the few things that I actually like vividly remember from growing up in school was my art teacher when we were going to the art museum for a field trip said to us like it is very important that when you look at the sculptures and we had like whatever worksheets we were supposed to do with the museum like Oh, who who was the sculptor for this thing who like what was the story behind the like to make sure we actually read the descriptions were and the The Art Teacher said to us. When you look at the sculptures, you have to walk all the way around it and you have to look at it from all the different sites because if you look from just the side where the label is like, you're only going to see part of the story, you're only going see it from one perspective. So you gotta walk around the whole thing. So clear what I'm doing here like this is a metaphor it I also mean it literally like is actually a literal thing that when you look at a sculpture, a statue from different sides, you actually see different thing. But also it's a metaphor, right like you. You're you're bound to understand something new about a text if you look at it from a different angle from a different perspective and in this case with different pronouns so I'd that sculpture piece sort of brought that to me. So I think the the other piece I wanted to bring up though is you've actually been even more ambitious than it might have sounded thus far, which is only mean that positively folks thus far would know that you have taken on the project of rewriting. The Torah with changing the different genders. What you've also done as you started to do commentary I. Loved. You sent us a few prep documents and you sent us like these these little commentaries on the new text which honestly, I think four a tradition that there are some Jews, not all Jews and but like there are some Jews for whom the Torah that you can't really even learn the Torah without looking at the commentaries there people who really only read it through the Lens of the Medieval commentators. And their interpretations of the text and so like when people are reading the Torah, it's almost like you've got two fingers that you've gotTa have a one as your finger is on the the CORTEX in the middle of the page and a clue in one of the five books of Moses Books, and the other finger is in the side commentary to understand what the different interpretations are. You already given some of those interpretations from the new, Torre, Ta Angle, and I'm curious. Is Your Vision there that you yourself Will make you called it the heat the Canary Commentary because your name is close to Canary. Was Awesome and there's also the dates honey commentary because you're because tomorrow means date and your your co commentator is is named Tamar which I love those those word plays but that's awesome. Is your idea there that you're going to do this that the two of you are going to do commentary for the whole thing in addition to all the the core text that you're doing or is the thought like, Hey, everyone let's do this commentary like here's an example that I the canary commentator given now your turn like what's your take on? One of the things that happens the commentary just emerges in the process of rendering. As we really like Oh. Wow that's an interesting idea. Okay. Let's write it down and then it also We felt that some of the new Texas so could be confusing for people. So it's sort of to help especially with the names. If you don't know the meaning of the names, you're actually missing important method in which the story tells the story. So it. Actually a really important suggests even clarifying that you can say it's complicated but now absolutely, yeah come on board. Yeah. But you have to remember in this is hard to see unless I mean I can see clearly but it's hard to see from the when we live in the total side of things is that you have to grow new mind and. So you have to be the texts for awhile before in new minute otherwise you're doing commentary from Toronto and that we know so well. So it's very hard to shake that off it, but I should tell you also that in the process we're doing well, always go back we go to Mars. It will scholars so she brings from that. Then we go to go there. You know win especially when the verses are a very obscure and when you wouldn't know holiday dealt with certain words names and like that. But yeah, the idea is that this is a living Torah. It's not we're not finishing anything. We're just I just opened the door, but this has to be the collective. It has to be in the same way that it is a collective work. It has to be whoever is client and I'm saying if you if this is uncomfortable for you, it's perfectly fine. It's up for you know a S- you know there's A? Huge. Library. Enormous Library. But if you're like inclined to discover if you are seeking that kind of discovery is something really interesting that is becoming available here. This is my take on it have another take. We need that because that's how we can see better. That's how we can see better. Also, the other thing we did that we learned that was really striking is that we have to also. Change. The gender of the sacrificial animals that was in the binding of Isaac story too by the way the. Little little moment where it's a yell at instead of a`do. Rocked my world yes and imagine that in the invitee Kara the vindicates when with all the sacrificial animals, all the law run sacrifice. So now it's a cow and it's you know these are. We did it because it felt different. You know it felt different. We heard it differently and that people described in these stories are very close to their animals. So you feel this kind of intimacy. So as we wrap it up, I wanna ask you again about the process of creating this, I want to ask you a little bit about the experience of doing this because when you talk, there's a certain element where I almost feel like the spirit of prophecy is coming over. You know where where there's something where you read in the Bible of sometimes when that happens to some of the prophets or King Saul, it talks about that you know. The spirit of prophecy comes over him and I'm just curious if you could talk a little bit about the feeling of being immersed in it for years and years, and are you channeling something? Do you feel like you're channeling something and if so what is it that you're channeling? That's question number one, the other question. Is Can you talk a little bit about? Having had this experience. What do you think we could do in the Jewish world today that would enable more people to engage in the kind of creative work in which you've engaged. I mean, you said that there's some people that part of it is innate part of it is just you an artistic type but I think there are a lot of artistic types that may not have gone become professional artists and there are others who many not know whether they are whether they aren't. Are there are there is there a pathway that you imagine might be a pathway that would help people kind of get onto a pathway of their experience of Judaism being one of creativity and imagination and play and reshaping rather than the experience that I think most of us have had in our Jewish upbringings educations. Let me say that again because my dog barked in our Jewish upbringings in education. So I will try answer the first one. When did it the first time in realize that there's a lot more here is filling a door opened. When a felt that the the other feeling of Kim immediately afterward, what is that I am not allowed to keep it for myself. I absolutely. It's my obligation to make it..
"torre ta" Discussed on Judaism Unbound
"There is the end the nothing. There's the. These away looking or Alah Goddess. There is in the mirror of the the end of Levin. In the beginning you get the me. So now in him, you have this really interesting relationship between the I the self. The nothing. And in between the things and I think this is a really interesting layer of the Phoenician for for the word leam the define that it's really encompassing with it. Their relationship that the self has with the infinite at those very nice way to start the Torre ta story, and now we're not even talking about sexual organs. Now, if people feel they need that, it's always gonNA be into dilatot is not going anywhere. In. The whole idea of the is not to come in a race total. The idea of attack is to open these stories to the perspective of women when the divine inspiration comes directly through mother daughter religion because now with this full agency through the story, we can build and create new meaning and we don't even know what that means is. Can you talk to us about like what actually is changing? Because I think somebody I don't want somebody to listen and be like okay. Cool. Change the genders great like the story is still the same. But like now different characters are existing because it's sort of the matter now women like a deeper than that. The Action Foundation of what the story is changes. I'd love for you to open up for us what that looks like and I mean maybe I'm thinking of what you did with the story of Abraham and Sarah who become Abraham and Sarah. All their names in that part of the story change. Isaac to I. I. Won't spoil what all the names are. Let's talk about that. But what happens in this text when you move forward from that initial story and you go into the remainder of genesis, the other books like how do things change when we do more of this gender flipping in the text of the Torah? So. Abraham means high father Meanti so became Ama- mother. Sarah. It was so I. I. But we ended up with Sal. We could trace the source for the name in. It's close in after she became becomes Sarah with the hey, means ministers. So we went with Sal. These are the high characters had gal became the stranger. It mean there in the letters and it fits into her role in the way she connects to that. You know I think. One of the really striking differences are actually in another story and that's the story of Mercia when was Schayes born and she's put in a in a basket on the on that tour. the what we call the Nile in Hebrew it's yet all but it also means it has the words a light will come. Will become and change it to take. In the feminine form. I think what's interesting there is that it's now more shah. means she will lift out of the water. It literally means that so more share becomes more shah. But it's now the son of her who comes down to the river and he sees the the bay, the child girl baby girl, and is her his heart goes to her and it's now her brother who overlooks from a distance and it's her father is now cold to nurse her. So what we were able to do is Bring men into the child caring. Part of life these are men we know in our lives, but they never had voice in these particular narratives or in the context of what we consider as reverend or something to protect and. In this is really a beautiful and the way we did that is that the furby allowed to give birth is used interchangeably for for women and men in the story. So we just added conceive. We added nurse and what happens is that the understanding of these words start to change you know if you want to imagine men becoming pregnant and nursing children, you could do that but we can also understand these words as caring for children in. Now, the daughters are the prime child. The father is built in his society he gains value from having daughters. We never ever ever hear that at all ever in our. In. Our world. That it's starts to change the mind. It starts to send the signals to remind to ask for a rebalancing. It takes women or at least my consciousness out of place in conflict tried to fight for a place I don't have to find for place. Here's the place. That's what it looks like. It always pretty absolutely not thrice pretty. And there are a lot of very difficult stories to negotiate. When the story difficult that's when. We make a greater effort at them in. That's where new new conversations start to come up. I just want to reemphasize for our listeners that like you were just saying with very few exceptions when it was absolutely necessary, you didn't add anything new here. You're simply `gendering the Bible and so there's there's no additional paragraphs here. It's more what happens to you as a reader when you start to see it this way and you notice things like you're saying. So in that particular story, what I noticed is that when Adam and Eve leave the garden of Eden, right we we think of it as they ate from the tree of knowledge and they realized they were naked and so God gave them some clothes. You know and that's kind of how we understand it and you could say, well, they they understood sexuality and so they were showing that a cover that whatever it is. But what really comes through in the way that you have it in reinforced by how you're talking about this is fundamentally birth process is that they were given skins meaning they were given their skin more that they were. They didn't have human beings didn't have skin they. They were bones and flesh that you is something that's in the original text, but you don't quite see it unless you're brought into it through this more his metaphor of birth. I mean I love now the creation of a woman. Is is really interesting as the first creation is the ability to sense. The second creation is where more material starts to come on. The VAA is created from breath and desktop the earth and the man is created out of bones and flesh out of by the fact that he's brought to her, she calls him each. By that, she makes her selfish acids. Another layer of becoming the these creatures is conscious creatures than they're brought into the celestial wound. They're like children in their behavior July didn't do that do that. You did that you know it's like that kind of level of conversation and then there's the moment where their birth begins by the fact that they start to experience themselves as separate. And it's a painful separation. You Know L. O. Heen wants to you know it's kind of it's hard to let them go. Basically what she's telling them is what's going to be outside the womb. It can't be as you know comforting you don't have that kind of protection. And she dresses them with skin. It's no sin it has to happen and it's messy. There's one story that I wanted to ask you about in part because it's on my mind because we recently did a project about it, which is the binding of Isaac Story. In the in this version, the binding of kids, clock and..
"torre ta" Discussed on I Read Comic Book
"But I guess you know like. I this kind of comes back to a thing that I said before you know Dragon Ball in general, is kind of about power levels. It's the Manga about power levels do. How does it continue to work for you guys I mean for me I. Think I've kind of expressed that you know like I like the rivalry. I like the the constant. Constant trying to outdo each other portion of it, but does that. Is that the same reason that keeps you guys reading with this kind of same story over and over and over beyond the stuff you know like goofy jokes and everything, but like this this core element of power levels. Does that still work for you guys? Is You read the story? I think I'M GONNA. Go a little bit spoilers for the current Dragon Boat Super. They found a new enemy that moral had years. I WanNa say kind of magic based powers, which is always kind of a good trope to yes, take someone down those really powerful Superman. He's weak magic. Same thing with you know Goku Geeta. They can't just be you know they can't just power up and beat this guy. so they each going to do their own type of training that you mention and finally realizes that. He has to do a different kind of training. If you ever wants to surpass Goku. So He. Is the planet jar, draw or Learn, yeah, instant transmission, because their techniques are more spirit base the the key base. So he figures he can be a better fighter by training a different way as opposed to go through. That just wants to count a master altering thing. you know seeing their approach and seeing the fact that these characters can still take a turn like that. You know that makes me interested like I, mentioned. I hadn't really read the Manga ongoing until now That was like well. I have a shonen jump APP I'm not getting. We're not getting any animated dragon boat super for a long time. because I was only watching the mission dub. Sirene on I turned out to. Watch what you WANNA watch, you can like dealer stuff. You gotta be right at the screen. Really. This is my problem with my hair. Academia as if I only want to watch it in subs, because for some reason anyways the totally unrelated. Go back to what you're talking about the. Totally different thing. Delayed with the with the dove for a few weeks, thousand motel. anyways. But. you know so just the fact that they can still change the characters like these, and they can take different approaches to the story. I love the Metro. She shows for everything now like he's still a bad ass kicking after all. He somehow still has like secrets in his pocket like that he can somehow still be buff and fight people, or he drank from our water from the well right when he was younger so. Oh, yeah, yeah, true true a long long time ago, so? Accusatory, still doing stove to to kind of challenge the characters. In challenge who they are still this point. So I think that's what really gets me going Or excuse me reading. The art is still amazing, even though it's not him anymore like. I don't have the name of the artist, but so I apologize, but he's. He's really good at having that same style of Dragon. Ball super and Dragon Wasi. But I feel like he's still adds his own or their own guy. They're just add their own flair to. Still top notch. I think in the mango. Yeah the artists for that is Torre ta you or seeing Toilet Toyo Taro I'm butchering the name I'm sorry. But? Yeah, he's definitely able to capture the same look and feel, but still make his own a little bit which I very much enjoy but rene. I, what keeps you coming back? You know to to Dragon Ball. It's not just the gags and stuff because I feel like super doesn't have nearly as many gags as you would expect. You know from Dragon Ball in. especially when we're talking about dragon ball way back in the day and Dragon Ball Z I think still had quite a few gags throughout. I think supers. Really tone that back, because it's just about fight after fight after prep after fight, you know. at this point I'm just reading it just to support accusatory Alma I'm GonNa. Be Honest. I actually think that I might've friend and I've had this conversation a lot. I genuinely didn't really care about super a whole lot. I was like look it's. It's just supporting occur Toriyama I think he's a brilliant storyteller. you know I wouldn't like half the things that I like without dragon ball and I still think dragging ball, even the original dragon ball series, which I highly recommend you read it instead of washing it like the anime is great in its own sense, but reading it you get a whole different perspective of. Of the story. I think the Goku vs King Piccolo tension home as some of the best fights in the series overall. But I mean. I keep reading it one because to support a cure Toriyama than the other one. Is that like? I am at least a little bit curious. To see what what happens, and what not, and whether or not keeps my attention. Is. Is What it is, but I mean especially when you were talking about the power level thing that never really bothered me because it was like you know, how are you GonNa? Overcome this seemingly insurmountable thing that's in your way is like when. is in the sand saga like rats was so strong to them, and they were like man. That's crazy in everybody in dragon ball at least seemed within reach. At than to know that there were people that like they trained for a whole year in the saints still outclass them, and then during the freeze a saga like they kept throwing their their Meena stuff editor they were multiple. People does fighting him end. Like Fraser was like not even phased. And they were like. What are we gonNA, do and Then you know obviously wouldn't Super San Happened? Everybody went nuts because they nobody in seen something like that before, and it was like whole. We crap. Game Changer Brawl. And the obviously came you know. Go home became super. Say in two than it was just like Oh. Is there something beyond what's it? GonNa? Look like is a cool. Is it as cool? And I know that I know that we talked about gt a little bit. And I will I will admit that I bought super. Saying for I thought that was the dumbest thing ever seen, but I was also like fourteen so..
"torre ta" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio
"What's on your mind this week in the world of words? Well this week we are thinking about words that are carrying passports from countries that they're not from words that are hiding out under other identities words that are pretending to be from places unknown and one of these is a food that is very dear to my heart. This is the case that I always had my mother make for me on my birthday. German chocolate cake. The one thing that she would make for me kidding and she didn't tell you that that name is a little bit misleading. I always thought it was from Germany. The Germans eight this right right but you think about that. Delicious icing you have the coconut. You have the PECANS. I don't usually associate that with German tradition. They have coconuts in Germany right. Christopher coconuts in Germany no but they may have had German chocolate well. Actually German chocolate was invented in this country was invented by a guy named Samuel German. Oddly enough and he was employed by a company that was founded by a guy named James Baker and so the chocolate that he came up with was eventually known as Baker's apostrophe as Germans apostrophe S. sweet chocolate and in the nineteen fifties there was a recipe that ran in a Texas newspaper. That was for this particular kind of cake and call for this particular kind of chocolate but it was reprinted papers all across the country and you can see how you might lose. Those Apostrophe S. is fun and so that kind of chocolate became known as German chocolate. What was Baker's German's sweet chocolate So it looked like it meant German chocolate four Baker from Germany. I didn't know the German chocolate was actually a brand of chocolate. But I had no idea that Baker's was referring to the boss and Germans was the name of the guy that's really interesting yeah to FM's right there. Oh Yeah Dr James Baker. Ns Samuel German was employed by one of his descendants. I love that German chocolate cake. That's that's a new one on me. That's that's pretty good so there's another one that we're thinking about here to. This is a Russian dressing. I don't usually eat dressing on my salads but Russian dressing isn't Russian. No it's not no. It's not Russian at all and I don't know about you. Christopher D do thousand nine to use ranch. Jus Just a little vinegar. What do you put on your salad? Are you seriously asking me whether I go to the supermarket and buy bottled dressing? No you make my staff. What do you make wouldn't put together well since Founding Milk Street I've I've gotten so far beyond French dressing so I'll throw everything you know. I'll I'll throw in fish sauce. Alive Juice Pomegranate Malaya's in a recent. So I I've it's a whole wild world of salad dressings right now. So you're driving at what I was getting. Which is if you look up all the different recipes for Russian dressing over. Say the last hundred years you will find a wide variety of things that are called Russian dressing and none of them are really Russian at all none of them are from Russia and the only thing that maybe means that they should be called. Russian is occasionally people said. Oh let's some beets in there and McKay -sually somebody said Put some caviar in there. And so there's a recipe from eighteen ninety nine that says salt pepper onion juice olive oil. Tabasco sauce. Tarragon vinegar and Mayo. And that's their Russian dressing and then there's one that apparently was so well liked that they reprinted several times in the Hartford current and this one is chopped. Beats Caviar chives green pepper? Sweet Pepper Terry Vinegar Again. Two teaspoons chopped white and Yolk of egg three tablespoons each of Chili Sauce and Mayo and a bit of salt pepper and Paprika and so these are fairly substantially different recipes for Russian dressing but again from this country not from Russia at all. I'm shocked by two things. One is the use of caviar addressing which I think is unless it was really cheap back then And tarragon vinegar was that was that something you go on buying the store. I my suspicion is that you would soak the Tarragon and the vinegar for a while and so some of the flavor hues and you know caviar wasn't always such a delicacy or or it wasn't always so exclusive in upstate. New York sturgeon was once so plentiful that it used to be called Albany. Beef and bartenders would put out a little dish of caviar for you to go with your drink so guys. Is there anything that ties these together? Like the the color of the dressing is consistent. Is there anything that's consistent? I do find again and again that there is a a spicy element to it. Do Tabasco or chili sauce. Or some other bindings to it. You do often find that reddish or pink or salmon colored shirt when you're done if you blend it properly maybe it's the color it's the red communist flag you know. Maybe it could be. But it's one hundred years of these recipes again substantially different over one hundred years. Yeah and anything. That's a little bit different. You know if you can jazz it up with a name. This guy not throughout the history of English where we'll just call it Dutch or French or Spanish or German to make it sound foreign and exotic and feel special. Even though it's absolutely American Fannie farmer did it to. She'd say Lauren. You know if she wanted my sex off. Sort of a boring American recipe. You know the style of the Queen or something exactly well and think about French toast as well. I mean there's actually a long history of cooking and dish like this to use up old ingredients in fact all the way back in ancient Rome There was a recipe in a book called a Pekinese which was a collection of a lot of recipes in the first century and there was a recipe for something very very similar that was covered with honey and It's it's a way of using up old ingredients. You know in in fact in French. Of course you don't call it. French toast is pound. Do which is lost bread. It's it's that end of the bad debt that you WANNA slice up and use because it's starting to get a little hard or stale and we'll tell you one other really cool thing about what we call French toast because this one blew my mind in parts of southern Illinois and Central Illinois. Some people call it blind fish. What Howard is that really? I know right blind fish on their breakfast table. They call it that. I'm so glad you asked. Because in German there of course a lot of German settlements there and in German Linda Fischer is mock fish. And so it's you know it's one of those ways of dressing up really humble ingredients so a piece of bread can be cooked kind of like a very tender filet O. R. Like Welsh rare. Right is not really not. When he's all Welsh rabbit. I guess if you went to supper and someone said we're having fish tonight blinn deficient. You ended up with fish. Maybe by the way in Spanish French toast is sometimes known as Torre ta which could translate as drunken bread which I think is a fun name. Well the Spanish French toast which we've made bookstore actually does have alcohol in it lovely. Oh you know the French toast in France. Alcohol as well right used to put Sack in which is a kind of wine and in the word sack comes from the French word for drying. Were Two sec there. You go so yeah. Blind fish and drunken bread sounds delicious. Just don't put any Russian dressing on it..
"torre ta" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show
"Then they turned to the two young lovers. I Torre Ta Nieto's round jolly face seemed to narrow for a moment with confusion but Magdalena's glowing white countenance group writer with her gentle smile is it said the king astounded. He step toward the impish girl in her white shift. Is it Maude Maude. Maude fell to her knees before him took his hand in both of hers and started weeping. Look the king said in wonder to his queen. Look how beautiful she is. He gave a deep laugh. Really just like Santa and beamed down at the crying girl. What will I do without my squirrel spy my brave and secret soldier? Maude only just managed to answer. I will always serve you my king the Moonlight Queen Move to stand beside her husband. We will not need spies and soldiers in this forest anymore. These were free and peaceful woods under the Good Queen and they will be free and peaceful woods again. Yes yes that's right and who's this Torah Tonio said turning to look into Tony. The Magician dropped clumsily to his knees beside Maude and she lifted her. Tear stained face to the forest king smiling and crying at the same time. This is my Natanz. She told him proudly Your nittany of course. The great magician who saved with the children of Edgy moaned and sent us our brave squirrel local. It is my queen and now Tony the great. No Your Majesty..
"torre ta" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"torre ta" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics
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"With that said, Alison Joseph welcome back having to have you start with this for compensation. Just really further your credibility here. I was introduced to you by a mutual friend Kosheh troops. They do a fantastic job. Help them out donate today. Helping servicemen food clothing all the things they need a while back on different topic inside the Jewish community. You have now become. Some known as Jew in the city, which is funny and cute. How exactly did you earn that Monica? Well, I grew up Jewish, but I had a lot of negative feelings about the orthodox community. I didn't know any of them up close and personal, but I read negative headlines than I saw them on the street and thought they were so weird and backwards. And then when I actually got to meet some in real life. I realized that they were all these wonderful people that never get reported on. They never get their stories told and the media really does a real disservice to sharing the nuance of the community family share the same opinions on the civic community. Just you definitely my family. My mother had sort of like fond memories of like religious grandparents, but my father was actually quite anti-religious. And so, and it was really this line of like us and them, we're normal Jewish. They're crazy Jewish and Gwen. I started to become more observant in my teen years old, my family and friends thought I was losing my mind, I was going off the deep end. And I tried to explain to them that you can live. Live in the world and live engage in open minded educated life, but also live spiritual life, and that's what I was doing. And so because this was sort of what I was doing on my own. I realized that as social media was essentially, invented we can now use this platform to share the stories that don't come out to the the mainstream, by the way, you're all over YouTube swell up people know just type in June the city, and I mean plethora of videotapes come up view talking about the Jewish face and living in the city, and it's fairly interesting. But you're here with us this morning because of this measles epidemic, quote, unquote, the democ, and this anti vaccine the perception that orthodox Jews are against vaccinations for measles. Yes. So I'm so happy to be here. And I really appreciate the time. Because over the last I would say week the number of requested of come into our organization websites saying what can you do can you speak on behalf of us. Our voice is not being represented. The media is really focusing on a few voice. And making it seem like this is all of us. How do we fight back? So I was so happy when I contacted you did you wanted to bring me on right away. Because the reality is is that this is not the prevailing opinion. I before I sort of bashed the other side. I do want to say that I believe that the people that are anti vaccination are actually coming from a positive place. I'm not an ETA the hater of not a mean person. I think that they actually whether they're the hippies and California or the, you know, the Jews in Brooklyn, I believe they are trying to use what they understand is. The best information out there to protect their families, and their children that being said, they are very very misguided and ninety nine percent of orthodox rabbis across the spectrum say vaccinate your kids. It comes down to number one. The tower tells us we have to protect our lives. Number two. The town. The tells us that we have to use the best science and medicine of the day in order to form that opinion of how to protect our lives, and the prevailing medical opinion. As we all know is to get vaccinated. I'm glad you mentioned the Torre ta. Donaldson because forty nine talked about this. This is not a religious thing. Rabbi goes up during Shabbat on Saturday. Does is survey says don't vaccinate your kids. That's his opinion. That is nothing nothing based on religion. There's nothing in the Jewish religion. That says you shouldn't do that. In fact, you just said the complete opposite, not the religion states. And it'll be healthy take care of everybody. So I'm glad you made that point very important point. There is nothing in the religion these adjust of very few rabbis opinions. It's not only is not it's not against the religion. The religion actually tells you that you should guard your life, you should vaccinate rug. And again, I don't think that there is this plethora of rabbis getting up in their sermons on Shabbat morning and telling them to do this. I think this is literally a few voices that have just given people permission not to if they feel compelled, but there's actually no one that I know of any substantial, you know, substance of the rabbinic world that saying do not vaccinate. So even the most sort of strong, anti vaxxers, even what they can show. Oh is no rabbi saying don't vaccinate. It's even just the permission that if you've done your research, then you have permission not if you think this is the healthiest choice for your family. Even though it's it is a small minority within the orthodox community. Why do you think it's still larger than it's too high? A percentage of the religion, the group, whatever why do you think it's resonating with those people? So I think that I was looking at sort of national averages yesterday, it looks like ninety nine percent of people currently are vaccinating, although people are more suspicious of vaccines today than they were a decade ago. I think that the numbers in the you know, sort of orthodox community are lower than sort of a hippie California segments, but are higher than the general public and this hard to say why that is I think it could be some sort of a fad that someone got into sort of this holistic. I think what happens is sorta get into clean green living, and then sort of the anti vaccination thing comes. Into that. Even though that piece doesn't make any sense. You know, the the interesting thing is that I'm reading some quotes in the New York Post from places where a woman saying God made my child perfect. We're not Christian scientists like meaning like we actually believe that like that vaccinations and medicine were created for the purpose of curing illness. And so there's even a Jewish idea that God creates the the healing before he creates the, you know, sort of the Maka the illness that this is this is a concept that we don't just leave and even saying my God created my kid perfect. Even for circumcision. We have this idea that actually a person is not born perfect that they actually need, you know, changing. And so it's not so seen these quotes being said in the name of Judaism is so frustrating because it's actually completely against Judy. The measles parties. Crazy, right? Look. Here's the thing. There's two things we have a responsibility to protect ourselves, and we have a responsibility to not endanger others so to protect yourself. If you come to this conclusion that this is the best way to do it. I'm not the kind of person that tells someone else how to live their life. Certainly when someone's kids are involved that starts to become concerning because we don't want anyone's kids to get sick. But if someone say once, you know, follow this philosophy and live in an island or homeschool or only get Amazon deliveries and never leave the house. And that's what they wanna do. I may worry about their kids. But at least that's not endangering someone else. But when you take your philosophy of this, and then you endanger other people, and look it looks like it's about one thousand cases end up in mortality, and then there's also, you know, organ, swelling and other complications like that. So it's like you said before it's not a crazy epidemic. But it's also why play with this white risk founds of people inside the community. You've got two hundred thirty cases. So the number is not a huge number. But while even go there Allison Joseph John the city she has from with tonight. She didn't last time may of Fertig. Let me ask you this one of the concerns. So the community is stories like this further anti-semitism now we've seen Allison mayor some really sad examples over the last couple of months from the Democrats in power to what's going on in local neighbourhoods semitism. Clearly on the rise. The last thing we need is another scenario to head to that. So two things play him. A how would this in fact, cause more anti-semitism and all you guys both really along of what we're seeing lately? So the the thing about about hardcore anti-semites, they just need. They don't need it excuse, really. It's just it's very helpful to latch onto things. And in fact, if you look back and Jewish history, if you look back at, you know, the the plagues of hundreds and hundreds of years ago, a lot of them are blamed on the Jews. Ironically, the Jews of the time had religious guidance that said wash your hands bathe the role sorts of things there were part of the faith that probably even unbeknownst everybody. Save lives today. It's just another convenient way to express a distaste or eight, and it is concerning but reality is that. There are a small number of small number of wackos, right? Yeah. Even in the general population. You still have those those wackos out there. I mean, Jewish exactly you know, you see it. And there are a couple of other, you know, ground zero so to speak of the stuff around the country. Sure. But just in the here, though, is the hypocrisy coming from the community because this for a fact because my friend tells me this same people that were not get vaccinations, you're going to see those families in vitamin store's. Almost every day. They spend a ton of money on vitamins, which by the way, have not been FDA approved most of them. So how do you make that argument? How do you do that? I think they're following a line of thought that has nothing to do with Judaism that they've sort of latched onto this way of thinking from. I mean, I find it to be faulty and very problematic sort of just as the general health issue. But then to latch onto it and say that this is a Jewish thing or even to say, my rabbi told me this, you know, they were some women saying this on the news. I spoke to several leaders yesterday in preparation for this. They told me there's not. A single custody Revie that is anti vaccination. They all say to get vaccinated. So it's really complicated. And just sort of talk about why are the numbers higher is also something I was trying to figure out with some people in the community. They said because you know, there's a lot of children in the, you know, especially more to the right in the orthodox community of a young age, and you know, sort of people are live very close together and do a lot of international travel, and it could be that, you know, having a slightly lower vaccination rates than anyone else. And we're showing right now the numbers are in like ninety four percent ninety seven percent in the husky. She has in Brooklyn for the younger kids and maybe a little bit lower. But it's still above herd immunity numbers, but it could be because people sort of close together have a lot of kids close in age. And if the younger set are less vaccinated, that's sort of causing this uptick, but it's really because they've latched onto this sort of, you know, holistic thing, not a Jewish thing. You even see people using religious exemption excuses. That's absurd. Doesn't exist. This. My wife is a school nurse. She's encountered us just vaccinate and stop the hate that shit. Right. Excellent job. Alison, wait to see you. Again, you teach. Great to see you again..
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"Six five. Have you have the question for the doctor Bertha from Volusia county, you're on the air. How are you doing good to hear your, okay? You know, there's a lot of confusion. And a lot of people. I know that someone that you say you don't like all right? The recommended dose. Law woman is three twenty four twenty four man. I have not seen. No three tornado. She holding almost one hundred to one five hundred milligrams. Okay. Recommend dosage and what type of leashes? Should we be taking call right, so Bertha it works a little something like this. Okay. Magnesium comes in a number of different water called Milwaukee's which is a fancy name for just types different salts some of those alter our very easily absorbed. Some are not so easily absorbed and some are not absorbed at all. So if you're going to go ahead and get the the usual stuff, the usual actors magnesium oxide carbonate, and so and so forth, you might as well, just not do it at all. Because it's a matter. How much is in there? It doesn't absorb. Okay. That's the typical story. So the magnesium that you're looking for is going to say something along this magnesium malate MA L A, and may L A T L A T E. Correct torre. Ta you are AT glycemic G L Y C A T or glue khanate geo UCON. Not what these are. Okay. What's interesting? The they're all very good. But they're all amino acid. You know, what they are is they're they're salts made from amino acids, why is this important because your body needs it in that format those forms in order to absorb it all they differ. However because the different Milwaukee's have different weights. So when you sit back, and you look at it, and this is well how much magnesium is in there. If it's the entire salt, the number is going to be higher than if it's just what they call elemental magnesium the way you shop them is snow at the elemental magnesium amount. Is that is the secret to this business? That's the first fact the second fact is this is that you almost can't take too much magnesium. If you're using good common sense. So, you know, if if somebody says, we need take twenty these puppies, you know, there's something wrong says you gotta take ten of them. There's probably something wrong. But if the number of capsules you have to take is between two and six to get between two and six hundred Miller. Grams of elemental magnesium that is your sweet spot. So it's between two and six hundred milligrams in terms of gender. It's really not that much of a difference. It really depends more age than it does gender, and it depends more unreal status than it does much anything else. So why amend require a little bit more than than females mostly? Because for the most part. They're a little bit bigger. They have more mass. That's the only reason. So a slight guy small guy is not gonna require nearly as much now forty percent of the population is magnesium deficient. That's a huge number. Okay. Forty percent. So what makes you think necessarily that? If you start looking at the RDA recommended daily allowance that you're gonna make up for something. That's you know, that you're already deficient in. So what I typically tell people to do this. And that's that you take the stuff based upon symptoms. I do blood work to follow. Okay. But you rarely see magnesium levels. Go much much of two or two point to where. The threshold for being too low is about one point seven or one point six it rarely goes above that why because your body has a remarkable capacity to discard extra magnesium that it doesn't need. So the real risk is not taking enough not taking too much. Now. This is this is false. Actually when you have somebody that that's on dialysis. This is wrong. If you've got somebody that's in end stage renal disease. That's a that's very that's a different kind of circumstance. It's not you. All right. So what do you wanna do? You wanna take it at bedtime to start? And the main reason is magnesium one it's absorbed as a sop.
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"Critic party that questions her support for Jewish people Cynthia Nixon called on Cuomo to apologize to New Yorkers Cynthia Nixon has two children being raised in the Jewish faith. She called the Mailer dirty sleazy, politics and said they Cuomo's explanation that he didn't know about the Mailer isn't believable the Mailer says that Nixon opposes funding for Jewish schools. So that she supports racist and xenophobic calls to boycott Israel for its treatment of Palestinians. And that she's been silent on the rise of anti-semitism, the Mailer reads with anti semitism and bigotry on the rise. We can't take a chance with inexperienced Cynthia Nixon who wouldn't stand strong for our Jewish communities Cuomo controls, the New York state Democratic Party and recently, transferred, two and a half million dollars to its account for election related expenses. But he said Sunday he wasn't aware of the Mailer until angry voters began complaining about it. And he claimed he still hasn't seen it. Then you're. State Democratic Party executive called the Mailer mistake. He offered to us party money to pay for a Nixon Mailer ever campaigns. Choosing Nixon said it's too late to send a Mailer the voting's on Thursday. She suggested Cuomo instead hold a press conference to apologize. Brazil's Workers Party replaced jailed former president Louis and Osceola Lula da Silva today as its candidate for October's general election, the move clarifies one of the biggest question marks hanging over the vote lead Latin America's largest nation. The party confirmed the move after a meeting of its executive committee in the southern city career Tiba where Silva is jailed for Sao Paulo mayor Fernando Haddad will lead the ticket and be joined by Manuela Diablo, a member of Brazil's communist party along expected. Move was an acknowledgement that the party could not get to sell the more commonly called Lula on the ballot. Despite numerous attempts on the court's members of the Workers Party said Haddad, the political science, professor turned education minister and later politician was meeting with Lula Tuesday after the decision. The Silva is serving a twelve year sentence for trading favors with. Construction company Grupo away ass from the promise of the beach front for the promise that is of the beachfront apartment. The former president who governed between two thousand three and two thousand ten has always denied any wrongdoing. Arguing this case and several others pending against him are meant to keep him off the ballot Lula led polls for more than a year. But his candidacy was recently barred by the country's top electoral court. Recent polls showed a DOD far behind the current leader. As far right congressman Paul scenario who is recovering from a knife attack at a campaign event. Hundreds of thousands of cuddle on separatists March in the streets of Barcelona on the traditional cuddle on day holiday. The March featured calls for independence from Spain and the release of several high level katelyn politicians who were jailed by the central Spanish government after they organized an independence referendum last year came Torre ta. 'colonias regional president said he's still backs independence. But his immediate focus is to put pressure on the courts ahead of the trials of the separatist movements. Jailed leaders some within the secessionist movement went towards government to immediately try again to unilaterally break away from Spain. Al-jazeera's spoke to some of the protesters on the streets of Barcelona today. We have to reaffirm ourselves because very bad things are happening to us. We have political prisoners some people say they are not, but they are. That we have to win our freedom. They will give it to us. I don't trust anything from prime minister Sanchez or eighty Spanish government present or future. Katelyn president Torre has met with the Spanish Prime minister Pedro Sanchez. He's planning a second meeting, and what appears to be a thawing of relations between the central Spanish government and cut alone. Torah once Spain's new central left national government to agree to a binding independence referendum. Sanchez is only offering a vote on increasing cuddle onea's already considerable degree of autonomy..