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"vanja" Discussed on The Mini-Break
"Put kaya you von on that list now. In terms of the other upsets we saw on the day you know three-set loss for samsonov a for regular against sampson over that match just featured fantastic tennis found druce uva three sets over kante argue three sets over martijn than maria kamilo story of serrano five and two over. Alexandrova your thoughts on those other upsets. I know they were only twenty seeds. But you know again the von druce uva the big you especially vendors such santer story of serrana wins those do feel like upsets. Yeah for sure. I mean vaunt vanja what what i would consider a clay quarter versus controversy. Who when i think of when i think of an controversy i think grass just the way she plays flat ground. Dis takes it early aggressive changes direction. A lot and She she had the big run in the week. Lead up to In the week leading up to this event. So i. I don't know it's almost to like another case in vendors of played well. She was serving big at thought. It was having trouble with ventures of his serve but it's almost another shack in my In my database of playing the week before a major can come back and be a bad thing if you go deep so i don't know that's just i keep seeing this and i you know we'll see how medvedev dawes who played my orca and obviously novak was fine at the french after playing a belgrade too but these are the top guns. I just feel like you have a lot of a lot of scenarios in the upper midfield where they're they're winning the week before going out prematurely in the major box box fox of her midfield. I heard it there. You knew where whereas through savan the grid for you. I suppose it depends on the major right like french. Open cheese perhaps top six qualifying. She has her best form. And if the car's functioning correctly the dropshots working as it should No yeah i agree with everything you said. Sampson is good. And i mean it's crazy 'cause like you again. How do you think would millicent. Samsonov is i hope. You haven't looked this up top of your head. how does ludmila samsa nova. I know she's mad. Young is she. She twenty mad yelling. You're mad young. If you're saying things like that. I got to remind myself. Every twenty two years old is the russian reaches a new career high of number fifty nine with this victory. Twenty two gill. And it's like she's awesome. I get the power the length you know. I have a type and the display. She had pecul- on her back foot and credit to just peculiar who played some great defensive tennis today particularly on the surface but when win samsonov. Is ball's landing. It's just really tough to beat her. Yeah and gula always makes you work. If you beat jessica gould. You earned it. Because she's not going to beat herself and she's going to cover the court well and she. I really like her backhand on grass as well. So that's a that's a great win for samson. Ova no doubt about that now. Those were your women's upset on the men's side query over pcb thompson. Over route and five ciardi over card seven straits neak nishioka over is ner and five..
"vanja" Discussed on Webcomics Reviews And Interviews
"Example ingram spark and start showing your book. Pretty much everywhere. You can only sell it through amazon so sort of. Keep that miami you get some higher profit margins and you can actually do a lot more in terms of really weird marketing and like say you evanger amazon advertising but the just something to keep in mind so the plus minus situation so but overall when you you pronuncia in the end it's got lace. It got a huge number of advantages. You have to make sure that the quality is acceptable for you because some of the print on demand places are a little iffy on the quality. So keep that in mind. Like said vaughn line here is the basically only doing the printing when the book actually soared. This is anita plus everybody but at the same time it sometimes. There's a quality issue to try to keep that in mind. I need to backtrack for just a sec. One of the other cool things about going through a traditional publisher is team. Evanger their imprint. If you're going through random house hey also become an print of random house if you're going through scholastic you've got to scholastic logo. This is a major selling point of itself. It having that imprint on your book is a major plus. That's another reason. People tend to go through traditional publishing houses because by having that logo on your book. Well at that point. Ut angie reputation of that traditional publishing house and it actually helps yourselves again being sub because we are looking at the hybrid publishing services. They tend to mix a lot of pluses and minuses between the traditional publishing houses and print on demand. You know the publishing model is pretty much on the van. You know the basically somebody orders. The book is published. A book is printed entory which is a major plus for another manned at the same time they're going to be offering you a huge number of services edano discount. Obviously they t vanja that through their place for example editing layout marketing which of course basically at that point for some warning relative traditional trump publishing house is still going to be expensive. It's just disappointing. A minor discount because well the working big you publishing house at the same time however because it is part of their logo at they have a little bit of control over so you still get all of the demand to certain degree but at the same time you're gonna be a little bit of control a little bit of profit.
"vanja" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"And inconsistency certainly left the door open for some sort of competition. Running back Melvin Gordon spent the first five years of his career around eight time pro bowler fill of Rivers with the Chargers told me yesterday he sees some similarities. Andrew, especially once he gets the mental side of the game down this guy's little kid man. He He's gonna be a good player like, say, I see him every day throwing a football. I think he got what it takes. I know you got what it takes. Uh, I think right now the mental part of it. It makes a lot of crazy throws. It's like, Wow. You know, I think he definitely got with chase. I think here is where he just needs to get it and just When he is that he's gonna accept like crazy. As Broncos head coach Rick Vanja when he joined us last hour about veterans like Melvin Gordon Shelby Harris, who we heard from earlier in the week, not only complimenting Drew lock what sharing their excitement for his potential publicly. Well, I think it's a reflection of our entire team. Really. These guys have stayed together, hung together, fought together, played hard together, and they do a good job of supporting each other. That that's the way I see that Broncos final Thursday practice he seal training center this afternoon Sunday. They welcome in the hated Raiders are pre game coverage starts. Right here is Iost Broncos woman but eight kickoff to 25 from empower Field of Mile high. On the college hardwood. We've got see men's hoops tonight. They're trying to get the first Pac 12 Winters They play at USC tip off at eight o'clock. Our pre game coverage right here on K Away starts 7 30 Yesterday afternoon, CSU men's basketball completed its sweep of visiting Fresno 81 59, led by David Roddy, who pay surrounds of 17 points and 11 boards. They'll head West to play San Diego State for two games Saturday and Monday, and Air Force host Utah State in the 1st 22. Today, two o'clock in the springs that sports I'm bringing crystal uncaring his radio on the Bronco's Buck.
"vanja" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Of you were tested and you were tested negative for Koven. You positive for other things, but I'm no snitch. I'm not there also 70 virtual fans set upon screens in the audience and meantime, at least 4000 fans are on a waiting list to see the show in person. A Texas woman is being told to remove her stripper themed Halloween display at her house. She has said no. The homeowner got a letter from her H O a sighting complaints. That those decorations were quote, inappropriate and offensively positioned. She created an outdoor strip club, complete with pole dancing skeletons, she says, Hey, it's a fun way to change up. You know their positions. Most neighbours drive by nightly to see what the dancer's air doing Each night she was given 30 days to take down the display, which falls well after Halloween, So I think she's good. Yeah, I think she's good, too. I think it's pretty dang hilarious. Halloween the excuse to dress up as something totally on do something serious and repugnant. Kids are those eyes mine Most seven here on Colorado's Morning news. We got sports with Mike Rice. And filling in for B K, and we'll do a little money news of Pat as well. John Morrissey. Good morning. What you see on this Thursday. I'm seeing some relief out A D. A in the bed. Fred Sports Traffic centers out of DEA yesterday that construction is just a peach in it is just fun. It's gonna be great when it's all over and it continues. But last night was the last night that they're supposed to close in about Vanja Boulevard. As you approach the terminals, which occasionally has been a real pain in the You know what looks good out on Penha Boulevard right now getting out to Penny Boulevard on West By 70. Not so much. We've got construction slowing on westbound. I 70 looks like right around Penny Boulevard and you'll find some ofthe Rams still closed that off ramp exit ramp to call back and also at Havana you've got I 70 off ramps closed there. That should all wrapped up in the next 15. 2030 minutes of right Now, that is the worst of your drive. This reporter sponsored by Rocket mortgage when you're ready to buy a new home and want a mortgage lender who can help you playing with certainty? Rocket can need a letter who could help? I understand your mortgage options get personalized loan.
"vanja" Discussed on KQED Radio
"We don't really know how the data is being collected. Amazing that we're this is the curate here going into mass production. And this is going to save and change the world. So you hold a blow dryer in front of your face and you inhale with your nose and it kills all the viruses in your nose and then I see the disinfectant. Not up in a minute. One minute, and is there a way we could do something like that? To be clear. That is all misinformation it might make for a laugh. But a potentially deadly disease is anything but funny. A new study from Cornell University finds that the main drivers of all this misinformation are just a small handful of sources and at the top of the list. President Donald Trump. Sarah Vanja is the study's lead author. He looked at 38 Million articles in the English language, traditional media and within that pool about 1.1 million articles contains some kind of misinformation, and when we drill down further, we see that there are about 11 sub topics that really dominate the misinformation landscape. And within those 11 sub topics, there is one that is by far the biggest some topic miracle cures. And when we drill in further and look at those miracle cure topics, which included hijacks a clerk when you ve disinfectant. What we see is that often associated with particular people of global prominence in particular the president, United States. So what role is President Trump's social media feed playing not just in the U. S. But globally like how do people outside the U. S pickup on Trump's misinformation? You could also ask question. What role is the media really playing in amplifying the voices of a small number of people who happen to have a big platform? We found that 16% of the coverage was actually fact checking, which is great. And so I think, as we approach a potential second wave oven in photogenic just as we have, you know, approached a second wave of the pans on it. And as vaccines begins to become available, I think there's a really important role for the media to play and flattening that second inside Emmick Curve in Fode Emmick. That's a new word. It is and it was coined by the World Health Organization and, of course, with social media and access to so much information that we have today it really has become a serious concern in fighting the pandemic. Right. Another finding of your study, Sara was conspiracy theory is the idea that sinister group's heir behind the pandemic that accounted for almost half the misinformation cited what kind of conspiracy theories dominated. There were a range of different conspiracy theories that come up ranging from five G to bat soup a range of different things that sort of came and went over the period between January and May. Did you dive into the psychology of how misinformation spreads like? Why do people like President Trump pedal falsehoods? Is it ignorance or something more nefarious? I think it ranges to a great extent. I mean, there's certainly some groups that spread misinformation or disinformation for political gain our financial gain. But I think what we saw was that many of the topics that Miss Information's topics came and went and may have been amplified by French groups or not. But what was interesting was that the majority of the amplification really came from a very small number of prominent people with large platforms. What is being done to try to stop the spread of misinformation of false news? I mean, can it be stopped? I think that the media has a huge role to say. I'd love to see that percentage of fact checking that we saw in the study be a greater portion of the misinformation coverage around Cove in 19. I think the media has a tremendous role to play in preventing future in food, M IX and really being aware of the risk of false balance in reporting. And, of course, using Bonified experts of sources is really Keith. Sarah Evangel directs Cornell University's Alliance for Science. She's the lead author of a new study on the vast reach of Corona virus Misinformation. Sarah. Thank you for being with us. Thank you so much. When President Trump told the so called proud boys to stand back and stand by during Tuesday night's debate, it was deeply troublesome for a lot of people and for obvious reasons. The Anti Defamation League describes his particular group as a quote. Dangerous strain of far right extremists, including members who are violent and some who espoused white supremacist views. In the right environment, Hateful ideologies, congest fester. Here's a concrete example of what I mean. It happened to someone you've heard about on the show a few years ago. Definite guys March had recently published a book about her Dutch Jewish grandparent's lives during World War two. They were given a hiding shelter from the Nazis in a church in Rotterdam. Daphnis mother, Miriam Guys Mar, then a girl was also in hiding. 2015. I met both of them to hear their story of survival during the war. The church is still there today with a plaque out front, explaining its role hiding Jews during the war. Where physically in the church, were they In the roof of the transit. Yes. Yeah, you're telling Miriam Geismar is talking to her daughter, Daphne. There. Daphne has become kind of the keeper of her parents and grand parents history. She knows their story. Well, the minister went to the caretaker of the church and said, I would like you to help me create a place for this Jewish couple to hide. The caretaker said. Well, I never told you this, but there's another Jewish family that's been hiding in the attic for a year already, so they made a second hiding place, so they were mirror images on either side of the organ pipes. That was in 2015. Since then, Miriam Geismar has died, and Daphne wrote a book called Invisible Years about the whole ordeal. Last month, Daphne was giving an.
"vanja" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Apply Netflix, Hu Lu and peacock memberships required Business and money news. We check in again with that good the closure of some of the downtown Denver streets to accommodate restaurants become permanent. It could be the next step now that portions of some of those streets are closed through October of 2021, so restaurants can continue to offer outdoor dining. The downtown Denver partnership says. It's been thinking along these lines ever since 2007 when I put together a 20 year plan for downtown That includes more of an auto free vision. For some parts of the area is a way to create walkable commerce. The partnership, says Covert 19 provides an opportunity to test the concept over a longer period of time. One of the biggest names in investment banking sets a record and not the good kind. JP Morgan Chase's agreed to fork over $920 million and admit misconduct hard to manipulation of precious metals and treasury markets. The settlement resolves investigations by the Justice Department Commodity Futures Trading Commission, and this Securities and Exchange Commission. The fine is the largest the CFTC has ever imposed for spoofing, which is a type of market manipulation. This moving spanned at least eight years and involved hundreds of thousands of misleading orders. Hillary Barsky Fox News docks came out of the gate strong after futures were down ahead of today's opening bell. Right now, the Dow is up 350 points and NASDAQ is up. 100, the S and P. 500 is up. 30 Oil prices air extending their losses. Traders worry that rising Corona virus cases Choking off demand. International benchmark Brent crude is off 22 cents a barrel. Investors worry that the rise in Corona virus cases will get worse is colder temperatures movin, forcing people to spend more time indoors. Any Godfather fan worth his or her salt can probably recite lines from the movies. Key scenes. Here's one now thinking only restaurant in California has a billboard up with an offer you can't refuse. If you don't like wearing a mask, it reads. Leave the mask. Take the cannoli, the owners of basilicas, pasta and vino se. The billboard advertises their take out there while also oppressed protesting mass mandates that they say are putting small family owned restaurants like theirs. On a business Next money update Coming up in 8 42 Pat watered, Kono. Thanks Patty 14 time for sports. Now with the K, and we know who the starting Q B of the Broncos will be tomorrow. Yeah, There are two things that stand out earlier. This Broncos season more injuries, and we can keep track of and seemingly a new Q B every game Tuesday, head coach Rick Vanja made it official that Brett Rippen will start Thursday. The Jets. So if you're keeping score.
"vanja" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"In California has a billboard up with an offer you can't refuse. If you don't like wearing a mask, it reads. Leave the mask. Take the cannoli, the owners of basilicas pasta and vino se the billboard Advertisers. They're take out there while also protest Ng mandate that they believe her putting small family owned restaurants out of business. Next money Update Coming up at 6 42 Pat Woodard Gay AWAY NEWS Radio 6 14 on Colorado's Morning news sports Time Brandon Cristal standing by while Fangio didn't tell us yesterday, now we know who's going to start for the Broncos tomorrow. The other two things that stand out early in this Broncos season more injuries and we can keep track of and seemingly a new Q B Every game Tuesday, head coach Rick Vanja made it official that Brett Rip and will start Thursday. The Jets. So if you're keeping score that was locked against the Steelers, Driscoll against the Bucks and now ripping against the Jets Here's offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur on what he likes about the former undrafted signal caller out of Boise, who made his NFL debut last week after spending all of last year in the first two games. This year on the practice squad, he executes well, he's he's quick mind. He gets the ball on quickly, which I think is important. You know, he went and did some good things. And so you know, that's that's what we're gonna do. Moving forward, looking forward to it. Put a plan together for him to be able to execute and try to put that effort on the field when Sherman also has to break in a new right tackle after the Broncos put Elijah Wilkinson on injured reserve, but veteran tomorrow Dotson, who's next man up has 100 6 starts to his credit and right tackle, including 15 last year for the Bucks and 15 the year before. Also yesterday, defensive lineman drill Casey went on injured reserve as well. He's out for the torn bicep and defensive coordinator Ed Donatell said. He's trying to turn all of these losses from a negative into a positive. That's the name of the game. You know, in these times hit, you know, Sometimes it rains a little harder certain years but always stops and we have all our energy is put on. No, The remedy. One is teaching our players helping to get them in great positions where they can be effective. So that's that's where all our energy is focused right now. You know, we relish these challenges. This is why you, coach For these tough times to work from, and it always gets brighter. The Broncos and Jets tomorrow night from MetLife Stadium at 6 20 in one of them be a finals tonight. Heating Lakers tip. It's seven in the NBA's bubble in Orlando and will be playoffs started yesterday. The American League played all four of their games, the Yankees Astros white socks and raise We're all winners. Today, the nationally gets going, you have eight playoff games to keep track of that's more sombre McChrystal on cable news radio on the Broncos buffs and Rocky's Thank you, G k 6 16 right now, on Colorado's morning.
"vanja" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"In the White House as soon as possible there was nothing tonight that if you're looking at this thing you say the these people are prepared for what Dawson's than did was and is the further division tonight is very dispiriting I'm sorry he's dispirited Vanja spirited and what is Joe Scarborough thank and of course John Heilemann hi Heileman at twelve go all the basics it was a water Hey by the way John they they I mean the nobody looks good on that debate analyze your studio trust me nobody looks good in your studio Joe go ahead what everybody's saying behind the scenes I mean that who I've talked to nobody looks good on the debate stage last year was a everybody's week its performance thanks Jim like your performance every morning how much time do I have missed to produce Joe Biden mumbling his way through the debate last night had temp gradient cut thirteen go I think it's a mistake to pull out the straw a small number of troops I I have a three D. made the strike was because our ambitions were about to be bombed I would not meet with absent preconditions instead of poking our Irish we should be focusing on the eyeball of French fries to international are stealing our intellectual property their corporate stage system term adds value to our significant disadvantage of anyone running up here in a strange three deuce the cost in imitation of Nancy Pelosi just curious current it says some very allows all the drug companies at the gesture it allows you to Medicare to negotiate we should use for universal care but here's the deal our five hundred miles a day I should be five hundred fifty miles a day there's no opportunities no choice functions from the Nancy Pelosi that I think of the lot the American people my head of the recovery act push for more money into foster moving.
"vanja" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"The band was on there was nothing I saw at night they would be able to take down to about and I want to do a Democrat in the White House as soon as possible there was nothing the night that you're looking at this thing you say do you need any of these people are prepared for what Dawson's than did was and is the further division tonight is very dispiriting I'm sorry he's dispirited Vanja spirited and what did Joe Scarborough thank and of course John Heilemann hi Heileman at twelve go all the basics it was a water yeah Hey by the way John they they I mean the nobody looks good on that debate your studio trust me nobody looks good in your studio Joe go ahead everybody's saying behind the scenes I mean that who I've talked to nobody looks good on the debate stage last night it was on Friday with the bodies week its performance thank you take your performance every morning how much time do I have Mister produce Joe Biden mumbling his way through the debate last night had temp gradient cut thirteen go I think it's a mistake to pull out the strong the small number of troops add three D. made the strike was because our ambitions are about to be bombed I would not meet with our absolute precondition to sort of broken our Irish should be broken or hang on the I've all our friends by stealing or actual are stealing our intellectual property their corporate state system term as guys who are significant disadvantage of anyone running up here in a strange reduce the cost I'm doing an imitation of Nancy Pelosi just curious guy he said some very allows all the drug companies is to ensure that it allows you to Medicare turn negotiations for universal care but here's the deal our five hundred miles a day I should be five hundred fifty miles a day there's no opportunity there's no choice but to me from the Nancy Pelosi that I think about a lot the American people my headed up the recovery act push for more money and if possible moving.
"vanja" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"There was a very skilled bible teacher, who I know who was one time. Challenged by one of his students to make his teaching more simple. This particular student was known for being a carnal, Pharisaical radical. He was a religious zealot. He never seemed to go anywhere in his spiritual life. He said to his instructor. One day you're teaching is just too deep and the instructor wisely said, well, most of the other students get it. So the problem is not that my teaching is too deep. It's that your understanding as to shovel that student didn't have the ability to grasp. He didn't have the wits to get it because he was just like the Corinthians. He was karnal as I see it, the issue is not one of what you teach. It's one of what a person is able to understand. In other words, Colonel Christians will always be hung up on milk level things. No matter what you teach them all biblical teaching all, biblical doctrine, has a milk level, and it has a meat level in its instruction and understanding Colonel Christians are met threatened at milk levels of. Of things. In fact, there's one that you stay at Vanja Listrik things. They don't get to deep, they can get it. But if you start opening up the meatier things of the word of God, Colonel Christians aren't drawn to that. They like milk stuff and not meet Colonel Christians like teaching the talks about Jesus dying on the cross for sins and people should believe on him. They like reminders of judgment, and baptismal services, but they don't like to get too deep. The tragedy of all of this is that the Colonel Christian doesn't realize the reason he doesn't like the deep instruction of God is because God will let him understand it. He doesn't have the ability to grasp because God has shut him down. He see God expects his children to grow to become strong, and mature and, and meat eating believers. He wants them stable. He wants them grounded in those sixty six precious books and. Fact, people based, many of his rewards in eternity on whether or not his child came to understand his word and made a judgment in light of his word, but God will never allow one whose flesh in karnal to mature and have a great appetite for the word of gun, some congregate, and even some preachers, actually say, we just like to hear the simple things about Jesus. Well, that may in fact, be a serious statement of Carnell for the whole church. That's the kind of Carnell that was plaguing. The whole church at Corinth thing, we're liking simple milk things rather than meet things years ago. In one of our ministries. I was walking down the hall of one of our church, and as I walked down the hall, I noticed one of our little children's Sunday school classes in that particular class. There were these little chairs for the little children, and what caught my eye was that the grown teacher was sitting on one of those little chairs thou. Actually, it was a good thing for the teacher to do. She was sitting right with the children on one of those little chairs put it looked on. On it. Look funny when it comes to spirituality, there's nothing funny about such a picture. There's nothing funny about Christians who spiritually speaking are still Biblically doctrinal. He's sitting in a child's chair eating child's food such a person is Colonel needs to get right with God and needs to get growing brings us to the fourth question. What are the characteristics of Carnell in versus three to four? Pulse spells out the characteristics of Karnali for you are still flesh Lee. You are still karnal because since there is jealousy. And strife among you, are you not flesh Lee, and are you not walking like MIR men for when one.
"vanja" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"For much longer. NPR's. Frank Langfitt in London. You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. Then you Vanja y nine the Kenyan author has died. Even if you don't know the name, you might be familiar with one of his most famous works of biting, satire called how to write about Africa one tip treat Africa as if it were one country. Another among your characters you must always include the starving African who wanders the refugee camp, nearly naked and waits for the benevolence of the west. When I was a fierce champion of African literature. Also vocal advocate of LGBTQ writes, he came out publicly in two thousand fourteen James Maria is a Kenyan journalist, he joins us now from Nairobi. Welcome to the program. Thank you very much. You actually knew Mr. y nine right? Can you tell us about your relationship will I, I met him in two thousand three I was doing magazine project and he was doing his project. He's journal, the quantity project. He was alleged in life finale. You actually walked into his life into his world. And it was one of those guys to useful to, and you, you left. They're thinking you could do anything. He came out publicly in two thousand fourteen in an essay called I am a homosexual and he put out a series of YouTube videos to accompany. At here's a little bit of one of those, I want this edition of beyond bidden of their kids. See Africans lighting that own stories, two stories. Act. I think the most political that one can have how radical was active coming out in Kenya at that time. How important was this essay it changed everything? I mean the thing about the essay was it came from the background where it wasn't just in Kenya about across the continent, west some really horrible legislation was coming out than Japan suggests criminalized being queer. Guns while walking on their own legislation those discussions. So I mean, the time he came out the most from Africa come out as being gay so he really really validated. A lot of people who do not have anyone look say, yeah. This is nothing natural for me to eat this week. I wanna come back to his essay how to write about Africa. He was asked about it in an interview with Al Jazeera about what he thought was wrong with the way the west talked about the continent. Here is probably the vast majority of coverage on Africa by the waste reinforces the existing idea. Existing narrative must be a dependent and collapsed place and then oh, maybe there's a good news story. If you're lucky, why did this make such an impact number one is because he was giving them a message that a lot of us have known a long time. People have often defense Africans know that we cover so he was speaking to us. Number one, number two, he gentleman, and he's able to convey, no. He's able to tell you why. This is so beyond his work. When I was a big boost or of young writers on the continent. He founded a literary magazine and collective called quantity. What was his impact on the next generation? Well, many of us will acknowledge that those before being avenger. And then there's an being anger. The literally community had been basically dead for about two or three decades, he and his team came, and the they gave a new of life USA general, which he did, which now people could feed can print for the first time and the second pot was his team denies something they call quantity open mic, which at the time was revolutionary. So when he showed up people said it writing Kenyan journalist James remembering.
"vanja" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast
"So fresh, she's point was that it was not so far fetched that astrologer or even palmistry for that matter might not at some point, be recast. In more serious light, thanks to the emergency of psychology. So that's the way fresh e was was was looking at it. Yeah there's ambiguity where maybe it could still be a science. And she demonstrated that it was based on a strana me. And she also came off as like. A respectable middle to upper class woman who was not some like mystic who is like doing say, on or pretending to talk to the dead. She was actually calculating charts based on feminist and then making statements based on that win g in the trial goes to great lengths to emphasize that she was qualifying her statements, and she was not treating it as being completely deterministic. So that whatever's the admits she makes his cap is couched in the sense of this will definitely happen to you. But instead, that this was simply possible indications. There was this whole weird subtext of determine as them versus free will and signs versus causes was, which is an interesting like two thousand year long recurring, theme and issue in astronomical discussions and somehow becomes crucial in this trial. But the problem is that astrology in subsequent decades, by the sixties, and seventies would end up. Not becoming validated by science. And so that was the point where it could have gone either way for Vanja lean is all she was able to do is like kind of convinced this judge that it could qualify become validated at a science at some point, and therefore, might not just be fortune telling, but in reality, she was still doing fortune, telling in some sense, depending on how you define fortune, telling the fresh e story is fascinating. First of all, on most of the people who were brought in being brought in, for fortune telling where immigrants can write that. And that was that was an underlying thing that I got from this as well, that she was a affluent educated white woman, and that was part of what he not resonated with. But that's part of he judged. Her more favorably as a result of that. Whereas if showed. Well, no. What I would like to throw into that soup is that fresh e is a I, I generation Italian is current immigrants and was full name again because this is the judge. But I don't think we stated that explicitly the phone I am sorry going by his last night, but it's, it's, it's, it's fresh. She I can magistrate. Yeah he is first generation. Josh in John John J fresh. Yes. Yes. He's first generation Italian. So first of all, he's already got sympathy towards immigrants. Okay. Secondly, he if the police woman who sets up the sting, and he doesn't, he doesn't really like how that went down that she's saying that she made all these statements or whatever. And he's like, well, I'm having a five to ten minute conversation with MS Adams, and she can't get through sentence, without referring to a Saturn or urinals, ever conjunction. It's like there was an elaborate system here that she's referencing. You know. And so he felt that the, the police woman who was under teddy Roosevelt was being disingenuous that she was not giving a proper account of of what that was fresh. She was fascinating. He. There's one case in which this, I w w protester says that he lost his, he, he, he, he got passionate and got into a brawler whatever during a street political protest because he has an artistic temperament and said and fresh. She said, well, what makes you are tick. And he says, I write poetry. And he's like, okay, well, why don't you read some of your poetry out loud for me? So I can judge how artistic temperament is, so I she had the side to him. That was really he was curious and playful. And but also could be very, you know, sterner whatever. So he was very much intrigued by the eventually Adams walks away, feeling she had converted him to her side. No, he was intrigued actually by the judicial and philosophical argument that that was that was going on here with the strategy. And when you take into account that there were these techniques that were coming out where they're measuring people's skulls looking at fingerprints..
"vanja" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Of his birth. Julia Lowry Henderson pike Malinowski produce that interview. And so we keep. We live. No to give. When they. Strom drum. And the old Vanja. Young one stronger. And the old banjo. Ones. Which? The dome. This keeps us. Move in on. Through this word. Joy. Still can have. Tomorrow. This. We're seeing it with me. Jaw slow. We still can have. Tomorrow. It is. Joy. Coming up more performance as activism singer singing songs over and over again for hours that are not kind to women undo..
"vanja" Discussed on Chicks in the Office
"We we had a lot of people Diaz pictures of this shirt that is on sale and it's called James James, James. That's the name of every CEO. That's the shirt that we keep getting sent to us. I don't know why. But apparently, there's a shirt this is James James a lot of people point out to us that we forgot Kristen Doty's t-shirt also Vander Vanja pump rules. Neither view. What do you mean? Mike how? Reaction. I was just taking voted let me. No, no. Yeah. He just got some new shoes. Just talking about the the eagles on the Rams both my guy at least ASI it. For jacks. His custom vans because vans. Exactly we were talking about. Well, I'm taking it back. We've had on the show before he's great. He's great. What a great personality. I'm so happy for stocks that she finally found someone that that really meshes well with her. Yeah. Yeah. Maybe this should have been the vendor pump rules. Recapping we could talk. All right. So you guys came with topics this time you did it last time. I'm intrigued to know this time around because last time it was just who had the topic. Now Caleb is saying he also has one last time I feel like Roan dominated the entire conversation. I wanna be a part of it. I don't feel like I felt like the silicates. I open doors for people to walk through more like a hosting ROY Moore. Steve nash. I was. Yeah. I was I share them. All was I just wanted to do my part. Really? I think this is a good show a good segment, maybe a great Saint show. Good show. Great segment. And I wanted to do my part my weight. All right. So do it. Okay. So. Okay. So this is my this is my my real question for you. This is kind of open and segment, but I think it's if you have a male listeners, which I think you definitely have they're going to feel what I'm going to pick up what I'm putting down. All right. We're almost coming to you as consultants. We you have the knowledge we have the questions scotch. We need the answers are already chicks on guys situation Instagram and scrim how do we get ours to pop and here's the main question, and then we have we have multiple tiers. I hear as spring comes in vacations are upon us. How do we deal with Instagram and vacations how long can we post how many pitchers can we post?.
"vanja" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"But it's not gonna be amazing television. From that. I was pretty bored by this time. There wasn't much there. My my favorite moment from untucked with soju packing. Which means they found her luggage. Which which I I was gonna say maybe that's why Kahana had to wear the same bra because she impact another one in her carry on. And they didn't find your luggage. Imagine if you had to pack up Kimchi's trunk and out to that van not shit. The other couple of things I noticed from actually got a good amount of like topics in there for the half hour. It's interesting you mentioned survivor extinction before Liana comparing that to this where you have gone unless you in Raja being anti return, basically saying Vange already had a chance. I don't want him to be another Eureka situation. And then Vanja comes back and they faithfully say. Okay. Tell basically talk shade in front of Angie's phase they do in. Beijing knows that she's done -sarily loved by everyone there. Yeah. Yeah. That was the thing that happened. Something on that. They should think they're frigging lucky stars that it's vandy who came back because if it wasn't fancy there was going to be so other Queen in that spot. And if you're giving me my druthers about who I'd rather see I'd rather see a known quantity like Banji who I don't think has the chops to go like you should not be threatened by Vange scarlet and Raja like a wife. You are threatened by Banji. Then you've got another thing coming to you because any other Queen. They could've randomly cast in that spot could be better than her. So I'd gladly take my chances with Banji any day of the week. The other thing I'll mentioned it. So all the queen's come together and have one big picture with Miley Cyrus, and if you ever want a better microcosm of silky nutmeg nutmeg this episode leave it to her to after a photo bring all the attention back onto herself as she proposes to Miley Cyrus and asked her to buy her a cheeseburger. Yeah. That was also a thing that happened. So as we all learn out, an ex, hey, we all breathe in and breathe out. Coach by Miley Cyrus about this episode. Let's look ahead to what's coming next week. We are going into an acting challenge. The queens are challenged to act in drag Queen versions of blockbuster movies. Basically a version of Black Panther and to get out with guest judges side-on, the wild who actually was in Black Panther and Bobby Moynihan who wasn't in get out. But he's funny people fun. Do we expect anything from any of these queens in terms of doing well or doing poorly when it comes to our very first acting challenge of the season? Why I don't know what I'm expecting. But I'm excited for these two. It's not often that you have well first of all seven black queens on the season, which I wasn't aware of until sukey pointed out on the roscoe's VN party. She's like you come one of us. We're all gonna come for your ass. So that just says it's all the negative fans out there. But a to have these two great movies like best movies of last two years get out and Black Panther both headlined by people of color only. God I can't wait to see what they do. I hope they have a blast doing parodies of these tapping said that there's going to be hopefully, some pretty okay writing considering that what we're used to with these scripted things. It could go very very very very poorly. I feel like Black Panther and get out to like they have enough like in jokes that I think that it will make the writing very easy Liana or you love..
"vanja" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Because she says she was hungry back to stage. Look, I was here for the outfit. I love separates the idea of coming in and separates in an entrance. Look, I think is great. I was here for the hair. I was here for her energy. I think everybody on gay Twitter was all aboard the silky nutmeg Josh train for about the first five minutes of the show. And then we all got off. I also will say I'll highlight I thought Mercedes Eamonn diamond just looked. So I mean wish yours. Is she holding? She's holding Jerusalem her right hand. She just holding like a bunch of furs in her left hand. I think so she looks absolutely gorgeous, absolutely gorgeous. And then she started talking, and she was like, yeah. I like jewel, and I show body and was always right here and other you're talking about that's what we're going to get. I don't know if she's doesn't really long for this world. But oh my God her entrance. Look amazing. Can we also talk about confessional looks because these are okay? We're going to be looking up for these screens for the next several weeks on a you have something to say, okay. I have a I have a guess about a witch. Okay. So Mike said that he could recreate one of these confessional looks. And I want to guess who it is who. Okay. Yes. So I texted this to Liana that I was after watching the preview look at these confessional looks. I was able to recreate one of them using my own wardrobe. Okay. Is it, you know, us know. Oh my God. I wish I had that shirt. Oh, my. God is that Honey Devonport? Nope. It is not hunting Devenport. I wish I had that that might be one of my favorites, channeling guy earn ninety sitcom real nece. Yeah. Okay. Through strikes in euro, one more guests. Okay, crab. I don't know. Sugarcane? No, that's that's a nice loud color. Can you channel? Mike, I can share the one and only silky nutmeg nausea that orange shirt. Ten dollars. An old navy base. We gotta get you those glasses and the hat too. I own that exact shirt. And so I'm sure I can recreate it one of these days. But yeah, I was very surprised looks really cool curious to know Davenport. I love her hair. She has some Gerry Cole real news going on in that confessional. Look and gorgeous skin. I am. So here for that look. And she's I think she's wearing all black, and I love her voice, like her voice voices. Like, I love silky. She's she's talks as big as she is the she will talk your ear off. T- about how what's really going to happen? I'm like, oh my God. She's a frigging fortune teller because this entire episode was so key talking our era. These are. I mean, it's interesting coming from all sorts seasons into civilian seasons of drag rates for so many reasons, but one of them is it's so interesting coming from like the arguably over Monique heart with the Cal Brown. Cow stunning hat everything in confessional. What the cow on top of it to like Raja O'Hara wearing like attract suit, you know. And so it's a little tougher to comment on these. Specifically, I think even oddly. The hair get a new we know. How can I can? I mean, they aren't corn rows exactly, but they almost have that shape to it. Right. It's like corn row S. But like the driver was drunk and drove off to the side. But it's I I thought I was like maybe her heads. Just lumpy. Because I hear like so like it's so short. I don't know. That's some weird alien I would like to have some but. By new fetish alien head. Listen. That would have an alien fetish. It'd probably be oddly. So I think it's it's temperately on brand shoot up. So let's let's move into here to route coming in brew basically says Hello to everybody. Everybody's freaking out. We reintroduce Vanja officially we get into this mini challenge..
Could Genetics Grow a Square Tomato?
"Today's episode is brought to you by smart water twenty years ago. Smart water, reimagined, what water could be from thoughtful bottle designed to supporting smart people who are changing our world through fresh thinking. Like, you smart water has added electrolytes for taste and great tasting water helps you stay hydrated, feeling refreshed and ready to take on your day. Refresh yourself with smart water. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff. I'm Lauren vocal bomb. And if you wander the protas, I'll at your local grocery store, you'll find a dazzling variety of tomatoes from Charrier grape shaped to massive beef steaks and gnarly heirlooms same with squash potatoes, cucumbers and leafy greens. This bounty of diverse colors shapes and sizes isn't the result of natural selection. But rather human selection over millennia farmers and plant breeders have spotted useful mutations and fruits and vegetables, tastier fruit. Better yields novel shapes and preserved those traits through conventional breeding techniques the process is slow. But if you cross different strains enough times eventually you may create something new enough and marketable enough to be called its own variety. That's low and steady. Conventional breeding process is about to get a big boost from advances in genetic mapping with a tomato or cucumber genome in hand plant breeders, don't have to wait months for tomato plant to bear fruit to know, whether the tomatoes will be pear shaped or round. Instead, they can look for telltale markers and a seedlings DNA the code for specific fruit shape, size and color this technique of marker assisted selection promises to cut years off the traditional plant breeding process. One Esther vendor nap is at the forefront of genetic research into exactly how a plans DNA instructs fruit to grow long and lean like a hothouse cucumber or round and squat like a beefsteak tomato in her lab at the university of Georgia post, docs and undergraduates sliced tomatoes in half in place them on a flatbed scanner to measure the precise shapes and sizes produced by different genetic combinations. In a paper published in November of two thousand eighteen in the journal nature communications Vander nab announced the discovery of two. Families of genes that appear to play key roles and making fruits and vegetables, either round or long fruits and vegetables are technically plants edible organs and those organs grow and develop through cell division. She explained to make a certain shape like a long around shape, you need to have certain patterns of cell division. Either the cells divide horizontally, or they divide vertically, which makes sense the more Oregon cells divide horizontally by splitting down the middle. The more. They're going to build up tissue horizontally, creating a fatter rounder fruit. What Vander nap and her colleagues discovered in the tomato. Genome is a specific gene called ov- eight that appears to be responsible for creating proteins that tell cells to divide in a vertical pattern when more cells split side side, the growth pattern produces at en- long gated fruit. Ov- eight is the difference between a perfectly round cherry tomato and an oblong Plum tomato. Wild tomatoes, like the native varieties found in Peru. Ecuador and Mexico are invariably small and round says Vander nap which means pear shaped and other in long gated tomatoes are mutations that came along later as far back as the nineteen thirties. Plant biologists called the long Gatien mutation ov- eight but had no clue about the actual genetic mechanism behind it. But van nap and her team identified the ovation protein as well as another family of proteins called TRM's that interact with Lovie, and it provides another tool to plant breeders who are using marker assisted selection, if the ov- eight N, T R and markers are present. You can be sure the fruit will be in long gated if one or the other is missing. It's backed round evanger, nap says this will speed up the breeding process and let growers focus on trickier traits. Like yield and pest resistance that aren't as easily linked back to one or two specific genes. So now the question is do these advances in plant genetics mean that your produce Iowa soon include square tomatoes? Or pyramid-shaped pumpkins not likely says Vanja nap, but not because it's technically impossible. She says there are tons of bizarre mutations in the tomato. Genome that result in odds looking fruits and since those mutations are naturally occurring. They could be isolated and replicated in the lab, but the problem was square, tomatoes and other oddball. Shaped fruit is twofold. Internet says first there's the GMO problem if plant breeders use, gene editing to directly tweak or replace genes in food plants. Those strains are considered GMO and some people get freaked out by the GMO label, even though genetically modified organisms as category are no less or more safe than conventionally modified organisms. Second exciting new fruit and vegetable shapes may not shape up in other ways of Android apps said some mutations are so bizarre. That no grower would grow them because they have lots of other problems. They only have a few fruit per plant or they taste terrible. Because when you grow fruit in a really odd shape. You mess up the hormone balance, it may not be very juicy or tasty at all. If you really want to grow a square tomato says Vanja up just put a box round it like you may have seen done with other fruit. Like watermelons should those hit the scene at a premium price? You can always tried growing your own at home. There are plenty of instructions online for building your own square fruit boxes. Today's episode was written by Dave ruse and produced by Tyler claim for I heart media, and how stuff works for more on this and lots of other well rounded topics visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. Mating matters is why we do what we do. I'm Dr Wendy, Walsh, psychologist and relationship. Guru. And I've got a new podcast that explores the secret evolutionary motivation for human behavior. Mating matters listening. Subscribe at apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to your podcasts.
"vanja" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"First for breaking news, weather, and traffic. I'm channel nine eyewitness news meteorologist Brian shields. Pushing eighty degrees for today coming up we're tracking a major front on the way it overnight construction on the twenty eight westbound just after Jeff fort road has two left lanes blocked. I'm Ed Torrence, news ninety six point five WDBO. Good morning. It's five thirty to twenty eight minutes away from six o'clock. You're listening to Orlando's morning news with Joe Kelly, a news ninety six point five WDBO. I'm Marie computer. And I'm Marsha Taylor. What we're working this morning to update a crash in Sanford that took the life of a teenager this happened right before noon yesterday on campus lane right near Seminole state college. F- HP says a car hit a curve at Broadmoor drive for an unknown reason a seventeen year old girl from winter springs was generated from the car and later died in hospital. We weren't told who she is right away. And we also know the car had three others in it who were not hurt. It was being driven by twenty year old Cletus O'Brien of Melbourne beach, f HP says charges are pending in this case. So we'll update you, Gene Wexler, News ninety six point five WDBO. We told you actor Kevin Spacey didn't say a word during his ten minute arraignment in court, yesterday's facing sexual assault charges. Now, we're learning. The star was pulled over for speeding later in the day. I told you my deepest darkest secrets after spec- left Reagan national airport. You got a verbal warning county deputies arrested the man they say spray painted hate symbols on several buildings near UCF Christmas day, an arrest report shows twenty five year old Michael ill admitted to spray painting, swastikas and anti semitic messages, telling deputies he was mistreated his whole life because of his German heritage authorities said they connected the vandalism too ill after security footage captured him walking into his apartment at the marquee complex of elephant trail ill was charged with felony criminal mischief after turning himself into police. He's being held on one hundred thousand dollars bond Katrina scales. News ninety six point five WDBO Oviedo police want to question a doctor over alleged child porn he sent to his girlfriend women's two young daughters. Found the images on their mothers laptop, investigators also say the found sexually suggestive tax between Dr Vanja and his girlfriend about the two young girls in order to fulfil his sexual needs. And we did not find any pictures of those juveniles but did find other pictures, and I it is concerning also that Dr someone to trust the community both the doctor and the mother jail the mothers working with investigators. While the doctor is not well this week state. Lawmakers are going to meet to talk about improper spending by state universities, and whether they should have more oversight. The question was raised back in September. After the university of central Florida was found to have misspent thirty eight million dollars. The money was supposed to be used for instruction research student services and maintenance, but UCF and said used to build a new Trevor Colbourn hall three house panels will host that joint meat..
Chelsea 1-0 Liverpool: Premier League
"Only one in benghazi john's sixty thousand oslo fans were given commemorative mercy and the players produced performance worthy of the occasion as arsenal thrashed burnley five nail at the amorous gabon's pierre rick obama yang struck twice with nigeria's alex award be also getting on the scoresheet to give the humble vanja a sendoff he deserved i remain the final for trump and reload risk can only be great food firing twenty two years at the same time right stature elsewhere the race for fourth in the premier league in the final champions league places now wide open after chelsea's one nil win over liverpool antonio contest team of fifth but only three points behind thirdplaced liverpool with a game in hand he's not up and that we have to put one team on sleep at the same time we must be ready really ready to get three points keeps it won't be easy olivier she grew with the goal four chelsea at stamford bridge meanwhile torah will be leaving manchester city at the end of the season boss pep guardiola confirmed the i've orients exit after eight years at the club tori played yesterday in cities nil nil draw with huddersfield and congratulations to another ivorian soul bamba he anger bonds bruno mango will be playing in the premier league nick's next season after cardiff city were promoted barcelona are just three wins away from completing the first unbeaten season ever in la liga history they were reduced to ten men but still managed to draw to all with rail madrid in classic.
Africa, Rona Meyer and Nigeria discussed on Midday on WNYC
"And guarantee a top four finish for united in the premier league the former united manager arsene ceramics ferguson presented awesome venga with a silver vase to mark the frenchman's last visit to old trafford after twenty two years and vanja could see the funny side throws you once you know the danger any more people love you elsewhere the new champions manchester city made it one hundred and two goals scored for a campaign in a thirtieth win of the season with a four one victory relegationthreatened west ham decision to ban the nigerian referee joseph ogle for one year has been ratified by the confederation of african football cast the disciplinary board had found board guilty of attempted match manipulation in this month's confederation cup round of sixteen i like game between the nigerian side plateau united and usm of algiers the toronto raptors and cleveland cavaliers will meet in the nba playoffs for the third straight season that's after lebron james inspired the cavs to a one hundred and five to one hundred one victory of the indiana pacers in game seven of their first round grocers but i don't know we move onto the next series good test for us it was a good test and that's what you trying for all year trying all year to be able to put yourself in position where however the series as harbor playoff series in your body can respond so i wouldn't expect anything less and in tennis the world number one rafael ladele dropped only three games in the final to win the an open title for an eleventh time thanks mike this is new state nine minutes to the hour now we're going to talk about an undercover investigation by the bbc in fact by bbc africa i knew investigative program looking at the problems caused by codeine cough syrup in nigeria it would seem to be fairly innocuous it's good for you obviously in small amounts but it's unfortunately leading to an epidemic of opioid addiction millions of young people are believed to be hooked up but how do industrial quantities of this syrup which is usually only legally available by prescription end up with drug dealers sold to addicts on the street bbc africa is discovered some nigerian pharmaceutical figures are involved in this black market trade is rona meyer reports in the back streets of kano in northern nigeria groups of young.