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A Potential Crackdown in Arizona of the Democrats' Criminal Cartel
"Catherine engelbrecht and Greg Phillips of true the vote were in Arizona yesterday for a hearing called by Karen fan, the head of the Arizona Senate. Now the Democrats were screaming, oh, we have been big important problems to deal with in Arizona. Why are we talking about this? Well, the reason we're talking about this is this is one of the, if not the most important problem in Arizona and in other places, and it seems like true the votes testimony was very powerfully received. In other words, they received a there was a big crowd. And there were a lot of legislators there. And people like Kerry Lake, with candidate for governor, was there. But also others, their Kelly Townsend, and Debbie lesko. And there was a sort of sense that all of this is bringing it home because through the vote was very specific about what they found in Arizona. They gave a level of detail that goes beyond 2000 mules. A level of specificity will be talking about maps and streets and at one point very comically someone brought up the fact that geolocation is regularly used to find someone who's broken down in a highway to find a phone that's missing and Greg Phillips goes, well, yeah, what you're describing to The Washington Post is like sheer magic. They have no idea how this can even happen. They're very skeptical it happens at all. And what I found remarkable was that they were legislators there who hadn't seen some of this evidence. Evidently, we haven't seen the movie, but when they saw the evidence, they just got super fired up. There was one, I think Vietnamese guy, who is a state representative. And he's like, he was essentially like, first of all, he knows he comes himself from a communist country. So he's seen the way in which elections are turned into they're just rigged from the top. And he goes, he goes, I'm not putting up with any of this over here. People need to be locked up. So he was absolutely persuaded and persuaded to call for action.
Activist's self-immolation stirs questions on faith, protest
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"vietnamese" Discussed on Asian American History 101
"The countless Vietnamese refugees after the Vietnam War. In 1980, the first restaurants opened up in little Saigon in Orange County, California. The other famous food influenced greatly by France is the bang mi sandwich. The French brought the baguette to Vietnam. But the sandwiches took wild to hit the mainstream since in the 1860s, wheat was expensive and French baguettes and sandwiches were thought of as a luxury. During World War I, French soldiers and supplies started arriving, but there were disruptions to wheat imports which meant Vietnamese bakers started to get creative. Bakers mixed wheat with a much more inexpensive rice flour, which resulted in a fluffier bread. So the French baguette is pretty different from the Vietnamese baguette. By adding rice flour, the baguette became cheaper and Vietnamese people could now enjoy the bread. Until the 1950s, bang me tended to follow French tastes, which meant mayonnaise or a liver pate spread and stuffed with ham. After the 1954 partition of Vietnam, a million migrants from North Vietnam to South Vietnam changed the Saigon cuisine. Opened a small bakery in district three called hua ma in 1958, huama was the first shop to sell what we know as Bing me. Also known as Meng me tit. Some shops continued to stuff sandwiches with inexpensive Cheddar cheese, and some Vietnamese communities in France started to sell bang me too. Then came the fall of Saigon in 1975. Bang me sandwiches in Vietnam became a luxury item again. Finally, in the 1980s, the Meng mi was the forefront of the street food renaissance in Vietnam at the doi moi market. Of course, the other side of the bang me evolution came from the Vietnamese refugees that moved to other countries and especially the Vietnamese that went to the United States. Vietnamese Americans started to popularize the bang me like in Northern California when le van ba and his sons popularized bang me through their food truck services and their fast food chain, Lee sandwiches, which began in the 1980s. One other place the bang me became popular fast was in New Orleans. In fact, in 2009, a quote Vietnamese Po boy, recipe won the award for the best probably at the annual oak street Po boy festival. For those that may not know, a Po boy is a sandwich served on a French baguette. The bangi consists of a shorter baguette generally pretty airy and fluffy due to the rice flour, wheat flour mix and a variety of fillings. Usually the Staples are cilantro, pickled carrots, and white radishes, AKA dodol, sliced chilies, mayonnaise, and some kind of meat. Sometimes there's also cucumbers inside..
"vietnamese" Discussed on Asian American History 101
"So kids, if you're wondering, the difference between appreciation and appropriation. Yeah. This is a clear example of appropriation. All right, so what about me? It's changed over the years, I think. Because I love trying different foods. The one I go back to all the time is something called bang SAO. Oh, yeah. And bang so I mean the anglicized version is, it's a Vietnamese crepe. Yeah. But I mean, it's way more than that. I would say it looks more like an omelet. Yes. But I love it because of all the fresh vegetables that we have with it. And then wrapping it in lettuce gives you that extra kind of freshness along with the herbs. So that's kind of a go to for me where when I want some Vietnamese comfort food, I usually go for that. Yeah. Yeah, it's good stuff. It is. So let's move on to some history. So in the U.S., Vietnamese food is a relatively new cuisine, so not the 100 or a 150 year history like that of Chinese and Indian food. And the as a result, it doesn't have the same lengthy history of it being as Americanized as those other Asian cuisines we just mentioned. This is because the gain in popularity of Vietnamese food has occurred in the last few decades, which means that it comes at a time when the American palate is also expanding and the buying power of the Asian Pacific American community is also increasing. So there's more acceptance of different flavors and there's more of a demand for authenticity. Another thing to note is the diversity in Vietnamese food. You've heard us say this with other foods as well, but a generic term like Vietnamese food isn't as descriptive as it should be. Much like Chinese and Indian food, Vietnamese food is highly regional. There are variations in flavors and dishes in each region. That it's known for..
Emotional support or hogwash? Man fights to keep his pet pig
"A man in upstate New York is fighting to keep his pot belly pig Ellie is a knee high Vietnamese potbelly weighing one hundred ten pounds and likes to snuggle up to wyvern Flack when he watches TV sometimes daily rolls over to let him pet her belly she's nervous as where she keeps working white says Ellie helped him through a divorce and the death of his mother she knows when I come home he's very smart he's more intelligent than my dogs and not in his village alley it's a farm animal and has got to go the ordinance that I facing criminal charges says I'm illegally harboring a farm called which she is not a farm all by any means this case could soon be headed to a criminal trial I'm hoping to set a precedent that people start understanding that the you know these are pets you know these are not something you go home and slaughtering each an attorney for the village says Ellie is a potential public health hazard and if every citizen were to openly scoffed at the village zoning codes we would live in a lawless society I'm a Donahue
Funeral held in Vietnam for influential monk Thich Nhat Hanh
"A a a a funeral funeral funeral funeral has has has has been been been been held held held held for for for for renowned renowned renowned renowned Buddhist Buddhist Buddhist Buddhist monk monk monk monk in in in in peace peace peace peace activist activist activist activist who who who who died died died died at at at at the the the the age age age age of of of of ninety ninety ninety ninety five five five five in in in in central central central central Vietnam Vietnam Vietnam Vietnam monks monks monks haunted haunted haunted empire empire empire is is is many many many Vietnamese Vietnamese Vietnamese lined lined lined the the the streets streets streets to to to show show show respect respect respect to to to teach teach teach me me me how how how to to to Han Han Han thousands thousands thousands of of of monks monks monks and and and disciples disciples disciples trailed trailed trailed a a a procession procession procession of of of pool pool pool there there there is is is carrying carrying carrying out out out tons tons tons coffin coffin coffin from from from where where where he he he spent spent spent his his his final final final days days days to to to the the the cremation cremation cremation sites sites sites others others others kneeled kneeled kneeled in in in class class class the the the hands hands hands in in in prayer prayer prayer on on on the the the right right right side side side and and and fell fell fell to to to the the the ground ground ground as as as the the the caustic caustic caustic when when when polished polished polished the the the populism populism populism monster monster monster was was was well well well known known known for for for his his his digestible digestible digestible Buddhist Buddhist Buddhist teachings teachings teachings on on on compassion compassion compassion and and and suffering suffering suffering during during during his his his lifetime lifetime lifetime dedicated dedicated dedicated to to to working working working for for for peace peace peace he he he lived lived lived in in in exile exile exile in in in southern southern southern France France France for for for most most most of of of his his his life life life off off off to to to being being being expelled expelled expelled from from from this this this country country country for for for campaigning campaigning campaigning against against against the the the Vietnam Vietnam Vietnam War War War he he he was was was any any any allowed allowed allowed back back back into into into the the the country country country in in in two two two thousand thousand thousand and and and five five five when when when the the the communist communist communist ruled ruled ruled government government government welcome welcome welcome to to to back back back in in in the the the first first first of of of several several several visits visits visits I'm I'm I'm Karen Karen Karen Thomas Thomas Thomas
Guest Tuan Dom Calls Larry's Brother to Thank Him for His Service
"Was thanking you for your service during the Vietnam era, as you know, you and Dennis were Vietnam era vets. And he says, but for the service of you and those, of course, who served in country, he wouldn't be here. No. I found that period of time very confusing, I guess you could call it. I would very proud to be a member of the armed forces and never even wavered on my conviction of that. My problem was the way people reacted, especially toward the end of the war with on the chance of baby killers and all that other stuff. It just, I just never could understand that. You know, Kirk, as I shared earlier, I wish the Vietnamese people could have been there to receive the soldiers who came over and fought for us, because that can assure you, if you know any Vietnamese families at all, their doors are always open. They love to make plenty of food and I can assure you that would have been a very different reception because as I stated earlier, we are so grateful for people like you and Dennis and millions of others that have served to allow us to be where we are in
Immigrants welcome Afghan refugees, inspired by own journeys
"I I health health clinic clinic in in California California founded founded four four decades decades ago ago to to screen screen refugees refugees from from Southeast Southeast Asia Asia is is now now part part of of the the U. U. S. S. effort effort to to resettle resettle tens tens of of thousands thousands of of people people from from Afghanistan Afghanistan Muhammad Muhammad I I time time I I got got out out of of Kabul Kabul this this summer summer with with his his wife wife and and their their ten ten year year old old daughter daughter Moses Moses he he says says the the Taliban Taliban was was about about to to come come into into the the city city and and he he was was worried worried about about his his safety safety they they went went to to the the T. T. B. B. and and refugee refugee clinic clinic at at Santa Santa Clara Clara valley valley Medical Medical Center Center in in San San Jose Jose they they are are treated treated by by nurse nurse tram tram family family who who emigrated emigrated from from Vietnam Vietnam Vietnamese Vietnamese patients patients I I see see a a lot lot of of benefits benefits to to patients patients and and especially especially that that I I see see myself myself interpreter interpreter Johanna's Johanna's option option are are moved moved to to the the U. U. S. S. from from Iran Iran in in two two thousand thousand four four she she says says the the future future for for Afghan Afghan refugees refugees can can be be bright bright do do you you gonna gonna be be able able to to help help other other community community and and I I was was so so sorry sorry eighteen eighteen different different actually actually later later on on but but at at the the beginning beginning we we need need to to help help them them to to stand stand on on their their feet feet California California is is set set to to receive receive more more than than five five thousand thousand of of an an initial initial group group of of thirty thirty seven seven thousand thousand arrivals arrivals from from Afghanistan Afghanistan I'm I'm a a Donahue Donahue
Afghan Refugees Headed to 46 States
"People who've served afghanistan but none of them from your perspective Axios reports thirty-seven thousand. Afghan refugees are coming in your state of florida. You'll get a thousand mississippi. Getting ten north dakota getting forty-nine ohio's getting fifty five i put it out in. America has between three hundred four hundred thousand churches. We can absorb thirty-seven thousand. Afghans and people. Ask me well. What are they like. I actually don't know so. I thought i'd ask you. What do you think we'll find among our new americans. Well let me start by saying in my beloved state of florida. I'd be happy to get five thousand and these are hard working people and let me tell you something hugh we know in florida about people who flee persecution they were called cubans. They came here and built an extraordinary community in south florida. The community that cuban-americans help build this state in the sixty seventies eighties today or a vibrant part of it. I expect nothing less from the afghans. And let me tell you. It's not just what are afghans light. It's what are these afghan. Like in. So there i would say to you. Hey how much. Courage in true grit and determination. Does it take to put your two year old on your back. Grab your four year olds. Hand picture yourself in this situation. Fight your way through those crowds. Get through that airport and get a ride out and finally make it here. I want that person on my team and like the hunger games so they are in my long association with afghans. Warm charming friendly funny hard working is going to be nothing. But a plus up for this nation of immigrants. I would say let's take all the afghans we can get and i'll close hugh you and i are both young enough to remember the arrival of vietnamese american community. Hello california do you think that's been a plus up for the golden state i do.
How Much Do You Know About Planet Mercury?
"Admit it isn't the sexiest planet. There's no atmosphere like venus. It isn't an object of exploration like mars. It isn't big like jupiter in. It doesn't have the beautiful rings of saturn. I'm guessing most of you haven't really given to thoughts about mercury. And i'm reasonably confident in saying that because most space agencies and astronomers don't really think about mercury either more on that in a bit i i should probably do a quick tale of the tape for mercury. Mercury is about point. Four astronomical units from the sun and an astronomical unit is the average distance from the earth to the sun the massive of mercury is approximately thirty eight percent that of earth. the planet has no discernible atmosphere. Which makes it more like the moon than any other body in the solar system. One of the most unique aspects of mercury is that a day on mercury is longer than its year. One year on mercury is eighty seven point nine earth days and one solar day on mercury is one one hundred seventy six days. Mercury is the second hottest planet in the solar system behind venus. The only reason why venus's hotter is that it has an incredibly thick atmosphere that traps heat. Mercury has no atmosphere whatsoever during the day surface. Temperatures on mercury can reach eight hundred and forty degrees fahrenheit or four hundred fifty degrees celsius. Whoever on the nightside of the planet temperatures can dip down to minus two hundred seventy five fahrenheit or minus one hundred and seventy celsius mercury was known to ancient peoples. But they didn't really know much about it because of how close it is to the sun it would only appear just before sunrise and the eastern horizon or just after sunset on the western horizon. The name mercury came from the roman. God mercury who was the messenger of the gods ancient china. It was known as the our star and in modern chinese korean japanese and vietnamese. It is literally known as the water star. The indians associated the planet with buddha and the day wednesday and the germans associated with the god odin and oddly enough wednesdays the mayan people associated mercury with an owl and thought that it was the messenger to the underworld
Should the U.S. Maintain Its Presence in Afghanistan?
"Dr michael oren joins me from israel. Doctorine this stuff. Should the united states maintain its troop presence until all american citizens green card holders and sl and permits are out. Yeah of course. I i listen. I'm looking at this. From the distance of israel. We hear commit understand. Why is it. When the taliban flagrantly violated every principle every article of agreement why the united states has to maintain its deadline of. Obviously i i agree. And president biden says it's because president trump agreed to may one deadline but the taliban violated that with an attack on forward operating base chapman in march. We were not obliged to go along with this agreement they they committed themselves to a negotiated resolution. You know from our perspective. We don't understand why the united states is not blowing up the military equipment left behind. It's gonna fall in the hands of the telephone since it's not creating carter save quarter to the airport Look several thousand roofs and special forces. There's a lot of things are striking messes as rather. How should i say. Anomalous amateurish confused a debacle. Let me ask you about michael. You've done a lot of rescue missions. Over the years in israel the ethiopian jews with the soviet union back in the days of the soviet union resettlement is complicated. Who runs resettlement for the israeli government especially the ministry of absorption of the interior ministry. There have been cases. You may remember way long ago Back in the late nineteen seventies Menachem betty begging admitted several loads of vietnamese boat. People yes so yes manatee jae-shin they're still still running the asian restaurants here
Afghan Refugees Fit the Quintessential Definition of Federal Immigration Laws
"I hear some of my friends, I'm told some of my friends in the various businesses here. Broadcasting world do not believe that we should take Afghan refugees. I could not disagree more. And I've told you that down all week long. Yes, they need to be vetted in a question. They're worried about. I'm not sure what they're worried about. We needed to bring in the Vietnamese as well. And the Cubans as well. We're not talking about an open border where people just walk over the Over the border and come into the United States and steak into the United States. These people are coming to the front door. They're called refugees. Federal immigration law provides for real refugees in this Is the Quinta central definition of a real refugee. You think most of these people, by the way are going to support Biden and Pelosi and Schumer down the road. I seriously doubt it. If that's your concern. I seriously doubt
How Does the Fall of Kabul Compare to the Fall of Saigon?
"Seen numerous exigencies disasters. Emergencies affecting america's national security establishment. Let's start with a simple can palace and katie mcfarland. Follow this lady right now on twitter at real. Kt the lettuce. Kt mcfarland Is it Unwise is it too simplistic to compare the fall of kabul under biden to the fall of saigon. Give us your take on. That comparison was actually in the white house situation room. The night of the fall saigon. I was That was in april. Nineteen seventy five and america had fought and at least fought to a standstill the vietnam war and similarly to today. We were surrounded by North vietnamese viet cong communist forces and were forced to evacuate Our our forces along with any north and south east amis allies. Who had helped us for the vietnam war and it was a humiliating time for america not only had lost a war but we were forced to evacuate and it was a low point of american foreign policy and i remember being in the situation room where i was receiving case. They were called cables at the time. You'd probably call an e mails text messages today. From the van ambassador to the american ambassador to vietnam where he was saying we. We just need fewer hours. We have just another planeload or to evacuate and all the american. All the american military we later found out that what they were doing was trying to evacuate as many as possible of the vietnamese allies that it helped us So it was a low point in american foreign policy and because it showed to the world the face. Agape world was america's incompetent america Can't fight wars and win them. It's the end of time. America's days are done and it fed into the notion that at that time the soviet union was gonna replace america's the world's dominant power and so surely united states turn that around with especially with the election in nineteen eighty of ronald reagan where he rebuilt the american military. He stood up for the united states again. He reinstated american values. He fixed the american economy and within a decade. After that we had one war so we completely reversed that vietnam syndrome and it only took us. Well it took us maybe ten or fifteen years to do
Colonel Richard Kemp on Why Afghanistan Is the Biggest Foreign Policy Disaster
"I'd like to begin by saying I've served alongside. I fought alongside U. S forces in different places in the world. Have the greatest admiration and respect. For the American Armed forces and anything I might say any criticism I might make In relation to Afghanistan is not a criticism of the U. S forces. I think this what we're seeing and what we've seen in the last few days. Is It's the greatest foreign policy disaster that I have seen in my lifetime of any nature from any Western country and I would go so far as to say. This is The most disastrous foreign policy event since at least the second World War for the United States of America. It is has unbelievable strategic consequences well beyond Afghanistan itself. And I think you know, people often compare. Vietnam and Saigon in 1975 to the things they're saying on the television now. I think it is worse than that, And it's very different to that. But it did take The American Armed forces. 15 years to recover from Saigon. It took them until the Gulf War in 1991. That's the scale of the disaster they faced and 75. I think it's as I say worse. One of the reasons it's worse is because in Saigon And in Vietnam. The North Vietnamese were not Trying to attack or destroy the United States of America. They were very much focused on that country on Vietnam. And so when the U. S left it left a failed strategy have failed war in effect for a number of reasons, but it did not leave a war that it should have still been fighting.
Biden Claims No Parallels Between Afghanistan and Vietnam
"And do you see any parallels between this withdraw? And what happened in Vietnam, with some people feeling went on whatsoever zero. What you had is yet entire brigades breaking through the gates of our embassy. Six of amount mistaken. The Taliban is not the south of the North Vietnamese army. They're not. They're not remotely comparable in terms of capability. There's going to be no circumstances You see people being lifted off the roof of a embassy in the of the United States from Afghanistan. It is not at all comfortable. So the question now is where do they go from here? That the jury is still out. But the likelihood there's going to be the Taliban, overrunning everything and owning the whole country is highly unlikely. There you go. The man who is destroying our economy, destroying our constitution, destroying our sovereignty. Destroying our health care system in our financial system. I certainly hope some of you who voted for him. Have awakened to what he is. He is the greatest disastrous president in my entire lifetime. That includes Obama. He is the greatest disaster. The Democrat Party. Is the greatest disaster. It's been since it supported segregation and before that slavery
Biden Grapples With the Ghosts of Saigon
"Obviously today's top stories afghanistan and the overrunning of the country by the taliban. This probably makes many of us think which did to me. Right away of south at phnom. Where do you remember that desperate vietnamese. We're trying to fleet at the last helicopter leaving from saigon. I can still see that. It's heartbreaking and we never seem to learn our lesson and resident biden. it's i call now. Was there all those many years ago to. I agree with dennis that we couldn't afford to leave. And you can let me know what you think. One eight seven seven six. We should've kept some troops there to make sure this disaster did not happen again but a disaster it is for those who gave their lives and their service all these many years. Actually i shouldn't say years many years for the afghanistan citizens who will be subject to the rule in retribution. No doubt of these monsters to those who sided with us in any way who will meet very uncertain. Fates how would you like to be an afghanistan noun they hunt you down and search for you because of your involvement supporting the united states to the reputation of our country even of the weapons. Who lost what i read. Did you see that sean. There are more. I helicopters that they captured equipment than tons of countries. Even half. this is an utter failure and also sends a message of lack of american will and leadership. It's an unmitigated disaster. That could have been averted. President trump made it clear that he would never have tolerated the taliban taking over in this manner he would've ordered. I believe this for sure he would avoid the full power of our military to make sure we didn't flee from afghanistan with the taliban threatening our troops. where was the planning. We're was the orderly transition
Kabul Evacuation Draws Comparison to Saigon in 1975
"The cobbled evacuation is drawing comparisons to the Vietnam War sands Saigon nineteen seventy five helicopters lifted thousands of Americans and Vietnamese allies out of the city in in in during symbol of U. S. defeat forty six years later a similar scenes unfolding in Kabul but secretary of state Tony Blinken rejects the comparison saying this is manifestly not Saigon GOP congressman Adam Kinzinger and Afghan war vet agrees this is gonna make Saigon look like Disney world in comparison noting thousands of Afghan civilians crowding the airport tarmac psalms so desperate to escape the Taliban they held on to a military jet as it took off and fell to their deaths Sager mag ani Washington
Hear Joe Biden Reject the Prospect of a Taliban Takeover Just 38 Days Ago
"A montage of joe biden on july the eighth now keep in mind. That's thirty days ago. Thirty eight days ago. Here was joe biden and what he said about what he believed was going to happen in afghanistan as he had no plan in place to prevent the taliban from taking over again. This is july eighth twenty twenty one not july twenty twenty not twenty nineteen. This is thirty eight days ago tally. Bon takeover of afghanistan now inevitable known is non because you the afghan troops have three hundred thousand well equipped as well as script as any army in the world and an air force against something like seventy five thousand taller. Mont is not an at thank you very much. Your intelligence community has assessed that the afghan government will likely collapse moves nor is it. Can you please clarify what they've told you about whether that will happen or not. Not true in united states did not respect conclusion. So what is the level of confidence that they have that it will not collapse. Afghan government has to come together. They clearly have the capacity to sustain the government in place. And do you see any parallels between this withdraw and what happened in vietnam. Some people feeling zero which you had is yet entire brigades break through the gates of our embassy. Six amount mistaken. The taliban is not the sow the north vietnamese army. they're not not remotely comparable in terms of capability. There's going to be no circumstances to see people being lifted off the roof of a embassy. The of the united states from afghanistan. It is not at all comfortable so the question now is where do they go from here. That the jury is still out the likelihood there's going to be taliban overrunning everything and owning the whole country is highly unlikely. Oh really highly unlikely. I'm embarrassed and i'm ashamed. I'm embarrassed and ashamed. And he ought to be too
Joe Biden Retreats to Camp David, Avoids Addressing Afghanistan Disaster
"All the experts Said. This wasn't going to happen. And where is our commander in chief at a press conference recently, he was asked, specifically, Are you concerned? That we could see a scene in Kabul exactly like we saw in Saigon. Here was his answer If I'm not mistaken. The Taliban is not the south of the North Vietnamese army. They're not. They're not remotely comparable in terms of capability. There's gonna be no circumstances You see people being lifted off the roof of a embassy in the of the United States from Afghanistan. It is not at all comfortable. Yeah, not at all. Comfortable Art. You see what's going on right now. By the way, What did Joe Biden have to say in response today to an onslaught of reporters questions as we see Afghanistan crumbling before our eyes. Uh, he wasn't available. No press briefing today. He's in Camp David. We're now told he's going to stay in Camp David until Wednesday. No expectation or plans for any press availabilities. I don't need to ask it because you're already saying it. If Trump were president right now, and this was going on, Do you think The media would be treating the story the same way.
Nourishing Happiness With RAIN
"It's just as important to open to the moments of goodness in your life as the moments of suffering tech not on Many of you know vietnamese meditation master. He said it's not enough to suffer. You also have to touch peace and happiness and injuries. So that's all to say that we're going to be doing a short meditation and that's really had nourished. Happiness nourish our hearts with rain. Please find a comfortable position. You may already be in it but do whatever adjustments allow you to feel. Perhaps that you're sitting in a way that's alert you're upright but there's also some ease you're comfortable let your attention go inward takes a moment to settle with the brass. You might san says. The breath comes in that. You're receiving this life breath opening to receive feel it enter your body into the cells nourishing and then with the out breath. Essentially of releasing letting go whatever's not needed kind of like a balloon opening to receive expanding and then the deflating releasing letting go unnoticed. You can really relax with the press to relaxing open and a relaxing as you release
"vietnamese" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"All the Vietnamese people that I know on similar to your guests. They come to America there really grateful for the freedom. Of America. They worked very hard. They got good family values. And there really access to this wonderful country of ours, Charlie. Thank you so much. And then bless you for your service to our country. Thank you, Charlie. Right? In the north and in the south in Vietnam. Twan Are there differences it? Is there any resentment because of the war between the North and south? No, no, I will tell you, though. Culturally. There is a difference in just like when you go to California and you got to Texas and you go to Georgia. There's accents, and there's dialogues that you can tell from just hearing someone if they're north or Southern My father was actually from North Vietnam as a young man and disagreed with the principles and ideologies of okay men, so he moved to the South. And that's where he really stuck on his principle of not believing the communism would work. And so when you look at the country today, there is not Whole lot of difference where you could go from the south and go all the way up North. And back down again without any interference. Twan. I'm sure you've seen all the Vietnam movies. Whichever ones they are, Whether it's platoon or hamburger hill or full metal jacket. What is your reaction to those films any. Do you think that they're unrealistic? Uh, Unrealistic. They give people the wrong idea. What's your reaction? When you see movies like that, I would say the best movie that That lives were lost on both sides for those who fought for and against and they had families and a much touching scene that General Mel Gibson did was giving the letter back with a photo. Back to the family, and it depicted the enemy if you want to call them that who fought for their country, what they believe is right. It is not being animals and just out to kill people, but really Believing and fighting for what they held True. When you see protest, like the so called dreamers who are demanding that they have a pathway to citizenship and feel that in my opinion that they have rights that should be protected. Given what you went through came here legally. Of course. What's your attitude about people who come here illegally, especially the so called dreamers who came here against quote against her with no With no input leave, leave her Children. I think the difference that I would define with one word. It's gratitude. When we came here to America, we were given a chance. And we were so grateful. We wanted to contribute. We wanted to do whatever we can to make this country that we've been blessed with. Better than what it is. We were willing to work hard. We'll do whatever we need to do. And at the foundation of everything that we believed in was education with family. And so the word that I would talk about his gratitude, But I think the other word is are you producer or you consumer? And if you feel that you're entitled to something you already coming in, had a very wrong position of thought. And instead of just coming into consume, come in as someone who is grateful and being thankful for what Is available here. This country gives us so many opportunities so many kind people who are willing to benefit backwards. To go out of their way, and I've seen that I'm a result of that. It's just like me. I was not there standing in line when I was formed. But by the grace of God, I'm who I am and again coming to America. If it wasn't for an American ship that picked us up,.
"vietnamese" Discussed on Access to Inspiration
"So that's a shame. You see and also as i told you it was so different for me to mobilize the people in the past and now there's so many of them and we organize edge rogue trading academia and there's so many applications and then after training camps legal by the organiz wonderful projects on their own depositi. And it's when. I see resolved about what to do more of this year. So what you're really saying is it's about helping to change minds. Hearts and minds is a measure of success. Not necessarily just the short term impact that you can see when you look out your window or down the street from our listeners in other countries who also be thinking. What's the point. Nothing ever changes. What can i do to make a difference. What would your message be to them to mobilize them to. Just take some really small action. It's not easy first. Way's sometimes we feel very demotivated. These yet it's so difficult to change. Awareness is subject to change a habit and later we have to admit the fact that yeah you just don't expect to change everywhere it's okay go. Yeah to change habits so you can do whatever you can do return rather this. No one single symbol bowling. That can really change. everyone's mindset. We had to use so many different strategies mass on mention as an example. So as i told you he s among the talk on humus illegal weapons because we had for years for decades for generations habit of like eating wildlife is a symbol of lascaux. Drive ins show your status showing that. Hey i have the power over so it was really difficult to tell them that. These rhino horn doesn't cure cancer. Because it's just like fingernail. It's not scientifically proven that some people listen to that face so we won't use their belief system to change that so those people would not believe science in might believe in religion than will come to their religious leaders for example we had campaigns in buddhist temples because most vietnamese buddhists and they come to the temples and they listened your arab leaders like explaining about things and when we could convenes the buddhist leaders to explain all this from the buddhist theories and.
"vietnamese" Discussed on Power 106 FM
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"vietnamese" Discussed on KTOK
"Story of Oklahoma in its people are Oklahoma History book opens with these words before the trails of tears before the war between the states before the land runs and statehood and Dust bowl before world wars and oil booms and busts and the Oklahoma City bombing and more tornadoes. There were others who came to present day Oklahoma, It seems the sooner state has always been the land of the second or third or last chance for people from other places. That's the end of the quote from the Oklahomans. And indeed, one of the major themes of our Oklahomans books going is how Oklahoma has always been, even though most of us haven't realized it, the land of the 2nd 3rd and sometimes last chance for folks who came here. So itwas in a later chapter of these, the tens of thousands of Vietnamese refugees who fled the triumphant mass murdering North Vietnamese army in the middle late 19 seventies. The South Vietnamese refugees suffered kidnapping into the North Vietnamese army forced labor, re education, quote, unquote imprisonment, torture, separation from loved ones and often execution. Then, as if that wasn't horrific enough. They suffered rape, robbery, terror and murder on the high seas as boat people courageously attempting to travel the greatest mass of area on Earth. The wild, colossal, shark infested Pacific Ocean, all in order to start a new life for themselves and their loved ones. I'm excited. This episode of Oklahoma Goldwyn, which is entitled as You said Long voyage home, both to share some additional resource is from which you who are listening can learn more about the Vietnamese boat people who had become some of Oklahoma's most respected citizens. And also to hear the words of these brave souls themselves who risked everything they had who risked their very lives to come to a land whose young men had died to give them freedom from communist tyranny. Going. I think it's important to mention at this point that whatever our opinions are about the wisdom of America's participation in the Vietnam War of the 19 sixties and early seventies and however misguided And in some cases just downright foolish. Our political leaders, strategies and tactics were the great majority of the young man who risked their lives and mental health to carry out the old man's directives. Did the best. They could typically was selfless courage of their own to help the persecuted and terrorized South Vietnamese people to live in freedom rather than the godless tyranny of their communist neighbors in North Vietnam. So just how bad was that Oceanic trick for the Vietnamese boat people? Well, according to the report of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, fully one third of all the boat people. A total of 250,000 souls of all ages of men, women and Children died at sea. A quarter of a million people. They perished by murder, storms, illness, thirst and starvation. Thousands of them, however, blessedly found their way to far away America, and many came to Oklahoma. Since then, they and their sons and daughters have risen to leadership roles in every facet of life across the center state. 12,000 Vietnamese comprise the vibrant Asian district in Oklahoma City alone. Back at the beginning of the 2000 and teams. Once again, the ancient scriptural ammunition has come to life in Oklahoma in American history. But as for you, you man evil against me, but God meant it for good in order to bring it about as it is this day to save many people alive and quote So, like I said, we're going to share the story of the Vietnamese boat people in the most authentic way through their own words, and we're gonna share some ideas on where you listeners can learn more about their incredible journeys. The Oklahoma History Center, for instance, which is likely the greatest state Historical Museum in America is where I first learned the saga of brave, gifted, beautiful Tulsa banker and Vietnam War refugee one when farm The History center has a tremendous section of its enormous building across the street from the state Capitol that's devoted to the Vietnam War and the Vietnamese refugees who came to America and in particular Oklahoma. I encourage all of you to visit the history center and check out their Vietnam area. Also, you confined my block with many powerful photographs about the Vietnamese boat people on our John j. Dwyer dot com website. Let's get to know Tolson Juan when farm she was a 17 year old freshman and law school in Vietnam in 1975 when the Communists took over South Vietnam. Romero. I'm going to share her story in her own words. My parents want recalled wanted me to leave Vietnam with my two sisters and their families because my brothers in law were both in the South Vietnamese military that was fighting the Communists and one was still in the war. They were concerned about our safety. The day we left. We had to speed in the car to the ship that was getting us out. We had no idea if we would make it to the ship before it left. Nor where it was even going. If we did, we made it with just minutes to spare before pulled out. I was able to get out because my brother in law was a captain in the South Vietnamese navy. And he got us out by one of their navy ships. After that, we were transferred to an American ship. We were in the ocean for a few days. I really didn't know where I was going or what my future would hold. Because I was so sorrowful about losing my parents. The American ship finally stopped to the U. S naval base in the Philippines and we met an American man. It was very kind to us. Helped us with the paperwork. Then we got on a helicopter to Guam because of my brother's status. They helped us leave Guam. Soon. Then we went to Fort Shaffi, Arkansas, a large refugee camp for Vietnamese one continues her story of her exodus from Vietnam across the Pacific. My sister's decided to move with their Children to Martinique in the West Indies. Where are Uncle owned a Vietnamese restaurant? I was still in shock and walking around Fort Chaffee like a robot, but I didn't go Assumed I Reggie case. Remember she was in law school. It's 17 years of age in Vietnam when she had to leave, But I would have to get a job. I don't know why I chose to stay in America. There was no logical reason for it. It was just a feeling I had. I felt like I could make something of myself and find happiness here. Then Claremore Junior College President Richard Mosher showed up at the camp. He interviewed hundreds of people. And shows 25 to come to the college. I was one of those 25. I received financial aid for school, a work study job and sponsors who were like my parents to me. Help me learn the culture in English, which I could barely speak it all. So I think it must have been my destiny to stay here.
"vietnamese" Discussed on Diaspora Blues
"A cultural hub. i'm thinking of contracting out center. It's it's incredible. What and and the more that you have that time to Incisions in that kind of community community out the more likely that. I think that you can avoid the whitewashing. So often comes we craig's services and support on the other hand as i say with footscray primary. I'm seems to be the government placed on the school administrators as teaming the the sort of school prayer. Tyler is going to change this evening. That whitewashing is gonna come through. That's occasions community that inevitable and therefore that's why they justified axioms intimate section of it's been inevitability but i really struck me contest that Thanks for sharing that. Do you have any updates about the vietnamese.
"vietnamese" Discussed on Food Safety Matters
"We know that we know where that comes from. We know where it comes from in nature. We understand the psychology behind it. But when also happened in the early days is food companies at and also government started to do hoarding and penick buying so when you hear of governments like India and Vietnam, the number one and number three in the world. That export rice when you hear them blocking exports of rice immediately, people jump to Oh. This is bad behavior by these governments, but it's actually not because there's logic in here. If I pick on the Vietnamese government for a moment. of course rice is very sensitive. The dominant I lived there for for many years. But WHAT THE GOVERNMENT SAYS The circuit breaker has we need to put in the circuit breaker, which is stop all exports. That was the trip wire the circuit breaker then decide said okay. What's going on? And then it looks at what's going on. The realized it was new orders coming in from businesses and from governments who were stockpiling? That's bad behavior of behalf of other industry players and and government, so the Vietnamese government said you know what okay. Here's what we're going to do. Going back to the point that CJ mentioned earlier. You recalibrate you. You look out to around three hundred sixty degrees understand all of the moving parts, and then you say okay. Here's what we're going to do. And Vietnamese governments said for existing contracts will move to a quota system. So I don't know what the exact number was, but let's say instead of one hundred percent that you ordered. You will get seventy five percent guaranteed. And no new orders I think that's actually very very brilliant intervention that we should celebrate rather than criticize such such point dot oaks. I think that's very very important. That that? We have that trip wire end that circuit breaker. Maybe that's a good example of what needs to occur, so it's not just consumers that were panic buying in bad behavior. It was alway also industry and other governments..
"vietnamese" Discussed on African Tech Roundup
"Vietnam is fast becoming a very good sort of blockchain development location but Vietnam. I don't understand Africa things things. Africa is very remote. Receding Is Worth on. Its farm in these kind of misconceptions of people outside of Africa. Actually half I would say the same for other countries in Asia like China or country in south station is how last section of society economy still think. Africa is a very very remote and we see and to be fair to be fair when my wife and I told some of our friends and family that we were visiting Vietnam. A lot of people are like why you know in your Momma's dealing in doing like we thought we might be going to go feed some people and build some some schools or something. We would like wearing holiday definitely holiday so so that's why we have not specifically targeted in Vietnam when I think when we do get directions from the industrial operation that we are debating. Then I think that's a wrap plans to target on so in other places in Asia. Australia is really to connect Asia and Africa and I think there are a lot of potentials in Asia comes to investment so my final question to you then is since you haven't been getting any good questions. What question do you wish you would receive more often and give us the answer to that question? Actually that's a good question. Thank you so. I'm just trying to feed the answers to that. Yeah it's.
"vietnamese" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This evening Vietnamese American shall Kelly lined up Sunday morning to see the president she's says the U. S. is at risk of falling the communists if the Democrats win president trump because our country to communist again we are American now I will and our country is right China reported a rise in new virus cases while the operator of a cruise ship in Japan reported dozens of coronavirus cases China reports nine hundred eight deaths from the virus Arab nations dialed by criticism of president trump's Middle East peace plan and proposed a more moderate resolution that called for a Palestinian state based on the nineteen sixty seven borders were no longer condemn the US proposal directly to measure which represents error countries on the United Nations Security Council circulated a revised resolution over the weekend along with Indonesia global news twenty four hours a day on Aaron on quick take by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts more than a hundred twenty countries I'm Michael bar this is Bloomberg John Dudley cycle thank you Sir thank you very much I have to say it is a really silly piece down to the waking financial markets thanks side equity futures given absolutely no way the S. and P. five hundred is pretty much unchanged in the FX market muted price actually G. ten the euro unchanged against the dollar just south of one ten in around one zero nine fifty and the bond market is the smallest of big deal flow by a couple of basis points as the week grows older gets a whole lot more interesting you have from the chairman in a semi annual testimony chairman Jerry pal and in the end of the week you get US retail sales from New York City this is pulling back.
"vietnamese" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Vietnamese population with many moving to Dorchester as refugees after the Vietnam War state police in Connecticut investigating the latest crash involving a test flow on auto pilot this time the Tessler driver slammed into the back of a patrol car on I ninety five in Norwalk ABC's travel all to report striving down interstate ninety five in Norwalk Connecticut the driver checked on his dog in the backseat the car slamming into the rear of a police cruiser parked on the side of the highway this isn't the first time Tesla's auto pilot feature allegedly failed last year a driver of a Tesla died in a highway crash that car also reportedly in the self driving mode when the vehicle slammed into a highway barrier no serious injuries were reported but the Tesla driver was cited for reckless driving and the endangerment and Olympian says a mattress fell off of a car and caused her to get into a crash Michelle Kwan says she was driving on an interstate in South Carolina when a mattress flew off another vehicle causing a collision between her car and yet another likely the driver who hit me was paying attention and slammed on the brakes the thirty nine year old Olympic gold medalist wrote on Instagram he still hit me hard but grateful that it did not throw me into oncoming traffic what's more the vehicle that caused the crash she says sped away when they realize they called the collision do what she calls that driver account word Kwan who competed in the Olympics twenty years ago is working on Joe Biden's twenty twenty campaign back Piper CBS news in anchorage Alaska a dentist esta tourney is now apologizing after his client allegedly road a hover board during a tooth pulling Seth look carts trial is wrapping up this week after he was caught accused of also defrauding Medicaid and his business partners.
"vietnamese" Discussed on Q95
"Me I think I saw he wears a world album cover okay was around you see it on the album cover town yeah okay well the the the here know what now you mention it the day he was like you know sweetie one comic told me that it's kind of distracting to have a ring on state Greg so no I don't think a divorce I don't think it's a divorced what is our greatest regular on into this for no real actually very funny guy code I mean we know there's a reason but I'm not mentioning names were recently I saw a guy slipping his wedding ring on any turning as you did not just see that I'm like hi is going on that is a good question yeah well I house this'll marriage going well then I like it a lot I love being married and I didn't think I would because my family so dysfunctional and I was terrified but now this thing is happening like the minute you get merry work everybody wants to know when you're gonna have a play okay I want to yeah no but here's here's the thing like everybody asks you I'm talking like cab drivers Armenian carpet sales a brawl broke when you gonna may be and then I had like I had a male manicurist ask me first of all that is weird right I've never had a man was the Vietnamese Vietnamese of yeah yeah that's true he was yeah I went when you're going to have a baby when you're gonna how old are you I'm like I'm you know thirty three that way you better hurry we don't even have a retarded baby god to come on now he goes you but a plan unlike plan you know like what so I don't become a male manicure.
"vietnamese" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Vietnamese patron center, sixty two pounds six foot two he has shortness of breath all the time he had smoking damage the lungs and now he's got long. Cancer. And he's done a lot of medicines for blood pressure, and for COPD and for blood clots is heart disease, and he came to me he came to me with this newly diagnosed cancer and the surgeons over there wanted to one of the big hospitals wanted to cut on him. But if they cut up part of his lung, you need the lung for breathing and as long as lousy anyway, they cut out part of his functional long, which is what long surgeries about then he's going to have less. Good chance of breathing and he's already short of breath. And I can tell you that I see so many people with lung cancer so many people with lung cancer have underlying lung disease. I see so many people who don't want to have their long operated on opened up. The long is not easy as general anesthesia hospital, and they deflate the long and you need a chest tube. But it's painful, and you're in there for a week or more risk for complications. And you lose part of your lung who the heck would want that when you can have noninvasive invisible beams of radio surgery. So why are we talking about what we're talking about a number one because in this? Man. We offered him all the options. I offer everyone all the options certainly didn't make any sense in him chemo Radna Carson, the long, maybe it will work for a few months, but in general that cancer mutates, the cancer resists the cancer would just grow right back to chemo won't help him very much, and he also has had the stroke, heart disease, vascular disease, probably could not tolerate chemo. Very well. So he came to us actually with tuna jewels of cancer to areas of cancer along and he chose to be treated here at radio, Dan York, thirteen ninety four Broadway where we accept most insurances, Medicare, Medicaid, and we did treat him. And why am I talking about him today? Well, I didn't treat them today actually to them last year, and I saw him months ago. And we got a new scan one things people.
"vietnamese" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And North Vietnamese troops fell ill with malaria, many were killed not by FIBA finding a cure or effective treatment became a priority for both sides the Americans through money into research that led to anti-malarials like Methuen the North Vietnamese leader went to his ally. China for help kings enough. Hokey men the leader from Vietnam came to China to ask chairman Mao if there was anything key could do because so many Vietnamese soldiers were affected professor landline. Food was a young scientist in the late nineteen sixties the communist authorities signed him to project five hundred twenty three a team researching a cure for malaria, communist leader, Mao Tse Tung, believed announcer, lay in the reams of ancient texts on traditional Chinese medicine Waltham. She tell you. Woman chairman mouse had the population of China survive for thousands of years always relying on Chinese medicine. Therefore, there must be a traditional cure for malaria. He told us to dig it out. Logitech Langley had his own experience of malaria having survived the disease as a child. Neither holiday. I was lucky. They form of malaria. I had wasn't the worst type, but it was still harmful. It makes you feel really cold your whole body shivers. Then you get a fever and a terrible headache. And it's very painful. The team was led by senior chemist to you you for research purposes, she took the group to Hainan island, whether it was a serious outbreak of malaria in the late sixties. Not went into the local villages and wherever we went. We saw infected people suffering from malaria. We're your. At the time was chloroquine locally, but resistance deplore, Quinn was already strong could only ease the symptoms couldn't kill the disease that team sets up a Liberace. But it was a tumultuous time in China. The country had serious economic problems and Mao had launched his cultural revolution which encouraged criticism of the intelligentsia and academic.
"vietnamese" Discussed on KCRW
"It's believe more than two hundred thousand Vietnamese have drowned at sea trying to reach foreign soil. And we thought that if you're talking about compassion and peace. This is the time to do it. And town was not ready to do that, you know, so at that point for organized Asian we sort of gently partied company, although we know in mutual respect, the communist government banned Han from coming back Vietnamese outside their home country were suddenly refugees. And my name is win by. I'm a retired person. Win by tune is a writer and translator who taught at the university of Massachusetts in Boston. He was stranded in the US when he was in college Buddhism was the thing that saved me during the time what helped were books of poetry by John Hahn was prolific every one of them strike something very new. When when you read it point to something through on also founded a monastery in southern France and lectured around the world, he helped fuel a whole mindfulness industry with celebrity fans like Richard Gere, and Oprah Winfrey in two thousand five the Vietnamese government invited him back, and he went again drawing criticism from people like Penelope Faulkner, his presence in Vietnam and wittingly maybe for him gave the impression to international community that was respecting religious freedom. When in fact, it was a time of of repression Han said he talked to the Vietnamese president about that and advocated for the dissolution of the country's feared religious police. Appeal didn't work as soon as Han left. Vietnam his followers were punished when by tune says hun was walking a fine line and tried to best anybody who condemn him from not speaking out against the galman. Don't think that that's really fair when that's the consequences. Updates action on arrived in Vietnam for a final visit in late October is reportedly stopped taking the medication. He was prescribed after he had a stroke three years ago. Hans staying in the monastery where he took his vows as a monk when he was sixteen. Now, he says he's ready to move on which win botulin totally understands Buddhism doesn't consider that to be something to be fear. Death is a normal transition into another stage of life. They believe in rebirth until you attend the Nightman that could feed yourself from. Both Hans hung a piece of his own calligraphy on the wall above him. It says simply return for the world. I'm rubbish annoy..
"vietnamese" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"Of course, we have the the native American chanting and everybody in the restaurant and having a good time got cocktails, but in the morning, you gotta get up to cut bamboo, and we have guys dressed in North Vietnamese army uniforms, and it's a lot of fun. What is about that? Especially some guy that might have been in NBA POW camp. Well, then what are they doing it man camp if they're getting so easily traumatized? Oh, God damn all right guys. Phil thinks it's funny Bill, I can assure you, it isn't funny. I'm sorry. So the guys go to me, I didn't know you added these touches demand camp. Added these that's what man camps always been filled. You know, we had the bungee pits. Yeah. I guess I just got bungee pits and guys dressed as North Vietnamese soldiers are they carrying guns, toy guns. Yeah. What's the whole point of this, man? Phil, you, you know, full will guarantee the talking about how many times have I told you about man campus. They health guys feel like they're independent men. Okay. Away from the family away from girlfriends boyfriends girl, boy boy, girl. Well, the problem is to get some complaints because you weren't showing NFL football or something. No, we're showing soccer at a few of the guys complained one of them Josie Prescott took off he got rabbit and his blood. Okay. And I had to talk to the guys the next day. And I said, I can be a real nice guy. I can be a mean some bitch and other lines from cool hand, Luke. What are you talking about? That's a line so cool hand Luke Strathern Martin. What what is this fill? All of a sudden, I gotta start the Eliza bunch of people babbling. You didn't you didn't know that that was in that movie. What movie cool hand, Luke? Let's go out. Yeah. Forget it. So. Yeah, thank you. So this guy Joey Prescott gets rabbit and his blood and picks off and they dragged him back the next morning. What does this drag them back stuff? What is this whole gets Reverend his blood is this place a resort? Or is it not? Yes, it is. And this is where the guys expect. This guy's expect to come a place called band camp with our North Vietnamese looking guards. Yes. Let me guess are they Asian as a matter of fact. Yes, I hire Asians. Okay. I guess that's bad too huh. I'll tell you that inflict me out because you were in Vietnam. Most of these guys are too young to very these guys are two younger by the Falklands war. Let alone in Vietnam. They don't know. So they're getting there kicks going to this thing called man camp. That's just like a North Vietnamese prisoner of war camp with bungee pits. But at night, you got the native Americans Channing and everybody sitting around having drinks. Yeah. As a matter of fact, what's today? What did they tonight? We got people do Joey cloth seafood store. Tasteful Caesar salad's. There's also beluga county office dot this is a very very nice, garlic, mashed potatoes, of course, is special day. We had the dry steppe beans Golic beans, dry, garlic beans, also Rocco's rack of lamb, we have baby pack ribs and tonight's big one as they pay a base. Does that make an Steve the seat St. food stew, right? Yeah. You mentioned the seafood stupid. Do you have the pie the pie? So all of that's tonight. Yes. And tomorrow morning. What about tomorrow morning? Well, what happens tomorrow morning, you you drag them out of their bunks. Yes. Tomorrow morning at about six AM to get dragged out of their bunks and take it over to a bamboo field where they're forced to cut Bambu until noon, and then they get water, and they got a crush to bread. Well, when do these guys get a full meal? Did you just hear what the chef was talking about? So these guys starve all day, and then they get to drink booze. Yeah. And then they they make when did this guy make a brick fourth Prescott took off at about two AM last night. They found him in the bungee pit this morning. He was half mad from thirst. But we had them over in the in the infirmary. So I know got so he just went. So I I it sounded like forgive me Phil, but it sounded like someone was trying to shove something up there. Dean. Okay, go ahead..
"vietnamese" Discussed on KTRH
"Jason. I was told you had a Vietnamese method for potty training. Yes. Morning, michael. Yeah. It's my something. My wife, did I think it's a traditional methods. So might not help Ramon there unless for his youngest start when they're in. It you go up and hold them by the five with them with their back against your stomach is south. They're kind of in a squatting position. You do this. When you think that they need to go as a baby, you know, moms can usually kinda fell that you just make these noises. Then they Bill go usually and doing that. And then they eventually get that response trained in that when they hear that noise, and they get in that position they run and try to go basically getting to do to on-command start this right the baby. And then eventually, you you put them on the potty, you know, they're in the same position. They're hearing the same now, same noise, and and they go. How's the sound go? You just do that until they go. And then, of course, you clap and cheer when they're you know, dislike that sound. Or can you use a difference? Now. I don't know. That's the one we were told to you. I'm going to have to think this through what do you think? You can't do that sound. Okay. Well, let's work on a sound. You can do Sherry you're up. Yes. When my daughter was almost two years old. I took her to the store and let her pick out her own big girl panties. And I find her that. She couldn't get them dirty. Well, we started one morning and probably every twenty minutes. I would put her on the potty had a basket of little prizes stickers Hershey. Kisses. What have you what she loved her? She kisses she paid should get one Hershey kiss. If she'd poop should get to Hershey kisses, though, she'd go in and she'd poop one little curd. I'd ever heard to Hershey. Kisses. Wade clap have a big party some out say, he had a poo poo. Again, she'd go in and pull another little third get to more Hershey kisses and she kept doing this one little word at a time. He was framed within one day. Within modesto? Margaret. Yes, sir. My son just turned three and for Christmas. I gave him Santa Claus gave him underwear with the.