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Oilers beat Knights to square series
"Vegas and Edmonton are tied at two games a piece after the oilers put together a three goal first period in a four one victory over the golden knights. Stuart skinner handled 25 shots and blank the knights until Nicholas wa beat him 5 58 into the third. Just a huge win by the group. So that's the most important thing. So just the way the guys battled tonight was impressive. Nick bugs dad and Evan Bouchard scored 52 seconds apart before Matthias ekholm made it three zero with 6 and a half minutes left in the first. Ryan nugent Hopkins gave the oilers a four gold cushion late in the second, Aiden hill made 29 saves for Vegas. We chose game 5 on Friday. I'm Dave ferry.
What to Watch on TV Monday, September 20, 2021
"Ten night is the night dancing with the stars. The season premiere some of our favorites. Cody rigsby from pelivan. Taking the stage. Mel sees taking the age more. Brian austin green. Joe joe joe see wa. She is going to be having a same sex partner and that has never happened before dancing with the stars. So that'll be a first time for that. She's going to do it. Cody should do it. To see your right code. He should do it to agree hundred percent. Ncis the season premiere. There's so many people excited about that. The voice the season for me. If you are just fan of television tonight is a good night. Because there's a lot of season premieres
"wa" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"To you by Wa Fed bank. There was plenty of warning. The NFL made it very clear during the off season that this was coming. Game officials have been instructed to strictly enforce the taunting rules, and players and coaches are reminded that to taunting penalties committed by an individual player will result in automatic disqualification. In addition, the taunting player maybe find and or suspended depending on the severity of the actions, and it looks like they mean it in that crazy opening game between Tampa Bay and the Dallas Cowboys. Tampa Bay Center Ryan Jensen got called for taunting even though the taunt was barely noticeable. During the Hawks game Yesterday, D K. Metcalf got called And the college refs are getting serious. Just as the Huskies managed to stop Michigan Drive in Saturday's game. U Dub safety Dom Hampton through a taunt of Michigan immediately booked an uber to the end zone. Now, this has some fans unhappy. They say that the NFL's anti taunting emphasis has once again made it the No fun league. But I found Sunday Seahawks game to be quite a bit of fun, and I'm happy to see that at least one institution is pushing back on the in your face culture That pretty much surrounds us. Now, everybody. Wants to get in your face, especially online. It's not enough to win the argument. You have to walk up the argument and stuff it down your opponent's throat. I think it's because nobody wants to be seen as a snowflake. So when they're offended instead of running for a safe space, they're going to go full Taliban and this happens on the road all the time. It's not enough that the driver will tail get you from miles like he's trying to get his car to meet with yours. But then, when he finally passes you, he's going to break the sound barrier to teach you a lesson. All these people should be penalized. You know, a lot of NFL refs could probably use a side gig on weak taste. How about placing them every few miles on four or five so they can throw flags for taunting and send cars back to the previous exit? Problem solved. 7 37. I just can't get over the idea of cars mating. That's what it feels like. Is that how little cars are made? I think so. Your daily dose of kindness is sponsored by Robert W. Baird. When America was attacked on 9 11 38 jetliners headed for the U. S were diverted to a small town of Gander, Newfoundland. Locals call their sudden guests, the plane people and in years since the hospitality has never been forgotten, even immortalized in Broadway plays books. And now this report From CBS News. I would come to the Lions Club and say, Hey, who needs a shower? Come over to my place. You seen people coming up to passengers locals and give them that hug. Don't you worry about the things we got here was Fudge was the town constable in Gander on 9 11 and one of the first people I met. If you look at the world today, and you look at what's happening, and you see on the TV and you see on your Facebook and everything, how people are getting angry at each other, and they're fighting on airplanes and are fighting on trains, and they're fighting and grocery stores. And now people are looking at this play and reading the books and seeing the documentaries and gone. I remember. I remember that's what it was like when I was growing up, and they're longing for that. For Roxanne 9 11 was an especially scary time she was bringing home Alexandra, a two year old infant she adopted in Kazakhstan. Now, 22. Alexandra is well aware of what happened on that fateful day. I have tried to instill in all of my kids to to continue with that kindness. You know, any time they see anyone that needs any help. We don't know their story. We don't know what they're going through. We just know they need help, so help them. And I actually cut this story down a lot for time. But what they talk about, too is just the difference between getting through trauma then and everybody coming together and helping each other and we're all in this and hugs and strangers. And now the trauma of the pandemic, which seems to be tearing people apart. People are arguing in airplanes and in grocery stores and Um, So I think what everybody was trying to extract from the 20 year mark of 9 11 this year is How different were reacting to this trauma and everybody's calling for remember when Americans came together and helped each other, get out of trauma and tragedy. So you know, these stories are important to hear that it's possible for us to come together. Course. Back Then Everybody figured this is an external enemy. And now there's the internal enemy there. Is that big difference. Yeah. Who is the enemy? The enemy this time is the virus, not each other. 7 40 Chris, What's your traffic headline? Definitely The North Bong. Five drivers. You work your way into the heart of Seattle. We'll tell you about it Next. This is Cairo Radio. Right now. All leather is marked one half.
Deadly Passion: How an Obsession Led to Murder
"Once. Esther and jim retired. Esther insisted on moving south to swim. Washington soon after the move to swim esther learned. She had cancer and she died two years later. Esther's death hit jim hard and he decided to move back to alaska where he would be closer to his son. He bought a house in wa- silla on golden dale drive and his neighbors across the street were hanged dawson and his eighth wife. Thirty year. Old terry according to neighbors wheeler became good friends with the dawson's and was a frequent dinner guests at their house. Hank and terry dawson suffered marital problems in the summer of nineteen ninety-three and hank temporarily moved out of the house to live in anchorage. After hake walked out on her teri immediately called her neighbor. Jim wheeler to cry on his shoulder. Perhaps terry considered her relationship with jim platonic but friends say. Jim fell hard for terry. Jim apparently could not keep his emotions to himself because he told anyone who would listen that he was in. Love with terry dawson. Meanwhile terry and hank decided to work on their marriage and hank move back into their wasila home over the nineteen ninety-three labor day weekend by this time jim wheelers feelings for had grown into an obsession and he told several people that he could not stand. Think of terry and hank in bed together. Hank died in the explosion. Only four weeks after returning to live with terry in
Do We Buy Things We Never Use?
"So angela. I have a habit. And i suspect many other people do as well of acquiring often buy purchase. What i've come to think of as aspirational objects which is to say. I will buy stuff that i think i want. Or maybe more accurately that. I would like to want but which in fact i'll never actually use so one tiny example at home. We probably have six hundred boxes of keen wa in our cupboard seen wa as far as i know we've never actually eaten keen wa at home high protein grain. It's not actually a green per se it's close to a grain. Oh is the lagoon. No it's neither to seed. I believe but that's beside the point also similarly. I have over my lifetime bought. Hundreds perhaps thousands of books that i've never read or at least not more than a few pages of i know many people who have bought closets and basi- full of exercise equipment and golf equipment and nutritional supplements in hair oil. So my question is are such acquisitions. Nothing but a waste of time and energy or is there an upside in such aspirational thinking. Even if the thought rarely translates into deed so aspirational consumerism. I mean that's a bit of national behavior. And especially the repeated part right. I can understand buying the first back of keen wa not using it and then you know whatever money down the drain but the second bag of king juan even the third now. That's that's that's interesting. And i should say just to draw the fuller picture. I do like to keep things tidy. I will go through our cupboards at home and know purge them. You'll marie condo. Yeah i'll purge so every. Let's say six months i'll throw away or donate eight boxes of keen wa her and literally eleven but then over the next few weeks you'll buy more okay so of course when you buy that next box keen wa. You don't think let me buy another box of keen wa that i can six months from donate. You're actually thinking at that moment that you're going to make the keen wa right. Oh yeah because for every box of keen wa that i've bought there have been approximately one trillion articles written about the benefits of and. I've read them all by the way it's quite good. Okay how do you know major kean. I've eaten it out but you know when you're cooking at home it's more of an investment when you're out and you say oh kean mutt. Sure all i have to do is say the word and it's going to be brought to me well here in. I think maybe is the solution to this. Least a clue. So what is it that keen wa and books and exercise equipment having common self-improvement and effort. So i think the difference between keen wall on the menu and keeping your covered is and by the ways even just have to boil it not that much effort. I know it's not a big investment but it's a big investment for the payoff for the while payoff which is small in your view.
Ben Erwin of Thunder Valley Casino Resort on His First Series in a Long Time
"Invite our good friend. Ben irwin's rector poker operations for thunder valley known as for a very very long time to be our guest today. So we can get you amped up for coming out to join us near sacramento. Yes so ben. how're you doing. First of doing great ninth grade to grade could be on and definitely looking forward to the championship longtime coming and we said it starts officially friday but we know the action got started last saturday. You had. What was a really really interesting satellite. I'm sure other people done it. But i haven't seen it before winners. Got to seize not just won two seats one in the anti nor cal classic which is coming up soon and then of course and then our championship event at the end of the series. I think it was like one in eight. Got both of those seats right. So dell's how how turned out. Because all the tweets made weak- you pack the place. That's exactly what happened. Yeah we we got ready for first or i after a long time and Looking at it and saying you know what maybe a great move to start off would be to put the tour event in satellite and you know get people excited about the series and that's exactly what happens so We ran a couple of steps satellites. You could win your way into that. That three seventy five packet satellite. Get in there for ninety bucks And about sixty people did that and then On the on. Saturday wind up with two hundred sixty three so i gave us thirty three packages wa but the excitement in the air. The room being full The first time in a very long time and It was great. You know what was probably one of the best parts of the amount of people that just said. Thank you for bringing this back. Thank you for doing this and So we're we're excited and looking forward to it. I mean how does that feel to be able to do big tournaments again. It does if we've been very very patient on our end and now to be here and this was You know this is. This has been a staple of our schedule. Now for you know they'll be the seven daniel And you know you go back. I mean heck. We've been holding holding the nor cal. I think for nine years. Yeah so it's It's an event that people know they're used to in the summer You know the summer looks a lot different. These days But when things for sir is there any up here and we're looking forward to absolutely
The Wheels Are Coming off of the Godless Alt Left Vehicle
"I am guffaw. Which is the word they don't use very often the wheels coming off of the vehicle of the godless alt-left as we call it down here The wheels the lug nuts. They're they're coming loose baby. It's like a car chase. It's like steve mcqueen boat or clint eastwood any car chase dukes hazard the lugs are come. A little loose right and we'll start wobbling wa wa wobble and sooner or later the wheels fall right off like any car chase you watch from l. a. when they're streaming those why because right before various people tell us to believe the science and then say seventy two genders and guys can periods and babies. Their whole platform is falling apart and we got to see our former president barack hussein in his global warming beachfront home. That's not a good investment if you believe oceans are going to rise. Spent twelve million a peach ronald but anyway. When barack hussein had his no mask celebrity will raise the roof party and it was caught on social media. what they thought was quickly deleted. But as you know nothing's really deleted social media some dude out there somewhere eating cheetos watching golden girls and two o'clock in the morning screen cabinet and it's it's it's living on so the people who are like. Oh wear masks staying. Don't come out get in get down. They're all out there. You know eating steak and chicken at their vegetarian. Dinners with once again. That doesn't make sense wearing hawaiian. Shirts would no masks so the wheels coming off right.
"wa" Discussed on Medicina em Debate
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Scientist Joe Fontaine on How Climate Change Impacts West Australia's Biodiversity
"Hi this week. The fires in north america continued to blaze and temperatures in places went to heights. Hardly seen before. So what about here. Both in the east and west where we experienced similar heat and firestorms. Dr joe fontaine is an ecologist originally from oregon now at murdoch university in perth. Well here in the south west of australia we know that the climate's been drying since the mid seventies and we also know that temperatures been going up and one of the things about this region is that we know it's the early canary in the coal. Mine it has been undergoing these events and this process much more so than a lot of other parts of the planet in part because it's a mediterranean climate and so impacts of the climate change for example. We know that. Say the perth airport here. A one degree change in the average has more than doubled the number of days over forty degrees celsius since the early nineteen hundreds that's substantial and that has substantial impact on our biodiversity. Where'd you go to look to your search because vast area to cover isn't it it is it's a treat. I've been really lucky. So i came from overseas originally and then within two and a half days of lending in perth i was in a car and i was headed up to the mid west. So north of perth. This beautiful shrub lands beautiful beaches and really amazing plant diversity. And that's where. I started working and we were doing experimental fires and then in the year sense of migrated south closer to town and i work in woodland's around the city and also in the forests east of the city. Well south of here in purse. You've got a biodiversity hotspot global one. The most amazing variety of plants on have you looked into that area as well absolutely. We're surrounded by biodiversity hotspot. If you just go on the north side of perth in the woodland's here. A ten meter by ten major area can have one hundred species of plants. A hundred when i go home to california and visit my family i love it. I love the landscape. But i have to look around and go. Oh sorry plants. you're a little bit boring.
"wa" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"What about for you would about seven eleven in in wa wa wa wa under. Yeah i'm gonna go. What while. I think that would be a better look as clean. It's like seven elevens back in the day worthy. While while time i ran shot walked in it was clean. It was good love. You feel you feel proud of stepping into a while into a seven eleven. Now is a bunch of like meth heads. I don't even. I don't even like seven eleven. Why don't do a seven eleven. But wow would be the preferred choice so the same. Big mcdonalds burger king. Same thing with which experienced barbie glow. Versace's burgess like burger king fries a better than mcdonald fried exactly. Mcdonald's fries are heart is the potato into fries for. They have little potato skin. You'll get a steaks chips. Extinct no war before we get the best fries versus burger king. Mcdonald's or wendy's days they they a whole potato. i wait. You've got him now where these brive synergy before. Shut up roll. Notice chopped won't question actually. Kobe nineteen city french fries. Burger king of mcdonald's or wendy's you keep them babies don't push ups they come back..
Only Wines Made in Russia Can Be Called Champagne Under New Law
"Producers have halted deliveries to Russia after a new law came into effect on the naming of sparkling wine. Oh, no, You didn't Julia Chapman has more on only Russian produced bubbly that can be called champagne due to a new law signed by Vladimir ER. International winemakers exporting to Russia will now be obligated to label their bubbly as sparkling wine. Hennessy, which produces Mo and Shandong Champagne has already agreed to change its labels. Since Crimea related sanctions came into effect in 2014, Russia, stopped importing many items previously acquired from Europe to the A. Chapman. Moscow I am actually surprised that Moet said. They're changing it. They would change it to sparkling wine method. Champagne wa Is What you have to put on according to French law, If you have anything other than champagne from the champagne region, maybe they
"wa" Discussed on Say What Needs Saying
"Needed carelessness. I experience because after that. I am not as fun anymore. Helpfully hopefully the album. Hopefully you're brings it back. I believe that the man friday into it. Yeah just friday. July second is listened to it in your pajamas bro. I don't know where you're feeling. Listen i think anybody that has the chance to just sit down crack a one or just enjoy. Enjoy the sunset this album. I definitely be it but before we actually get outta here. Because i know the artists himself has a lot to do. And i gotta make sure this is perfect What in the spirit of saline saying with audience listening. Can you give us your final thoughts on saying what needs to be said anything. That's on your mind. This is your. This is your opportunity. I know we don't have hot ones but he this year camera. This is your camera. So here's what's your what's what needs to be said. I'm trying to be on high ones. But yeah no what needs saying is that everybody has a completely different path. In life you may discover earlier later. It's not about the time it's a matter of trying things out figuring it all out with who you want to be in this world end up everybody's gonna give you advice. But that's advice that they should have probably taken if you follow their advice. You're going to be wrong same as well. Follow your own inner thoughts because that's what's guiding you on your path to success whether it be romantically mentally physically That's the way to freedom from everything else outside of yourself elman washington. Lobbying comes out. Imposter comes out on all platforms definitely. Check it out on spotify july. Second ladies and gentlemen this is washington a. Pasta check it out. Don't be an imposter..
An Indigenous Long Distance Live Story
"One of my favorite stories of this past season has to be the story of candidates. And richard scott more i had been following the almost operatic relationship of candace and richard during the pandemic the married couple normally split their time between canada and australia but cove it kept them a world apart. I watched a couple bond over social media staying connected even through the most difficult of circumstances. Richard from the union wadi wadi nation on the southeast coast of australia and candice is from kettle point in southern ontario. I spoke with the couple in february to see how they made their long distance. Love story work. I started by welcoming them to the show. Thank you so. I can you tell me where you are and what time. It is well arm in australia at the moment. It's nine thirty seven in the morning or just finished work but it's a beautiful morning and for me. It's thursday evening five thirty and we're not only. Are we in a different time zone. Currently run a different day. Alright so canvas you to our earth from different indigenous communities literally a world apart. So how did you meet. How did that happen. Do you remember the moment that you i saw richard. Oh that is a moment. i will never forget I it was actually during planet indigenous festival in toronto. Back in two thousand nine and i remember the opening of the festival and just hearing the digital you. I was like just something. I had never really heard before. And when i went out to the to where the red path stages i remember seeing strong amazing. Powerful group of men That carry their traditions and songs. And and so i had to get closer. I had to go and just be a part of it and just go and see and so i wa. I remember walking closer to the stage. And then i seen richard and hearing him sing in his voice and i was just totally blown away by what i was witnessing and seeing and literally like literally knocked off my feet like i literally just sat down right mice bought like i need to be here to see this and little. Did i know that. I would be spending the rest of my with him.
"wa" Discussed on The Science Show
"And so we go back. Even further in history with another famous researcher who's been honored internationally for his work on wrecks shipwrecks europeans. Who came here by mistake or accident and sometimes lived through. The horror is dr jeremy green in fremantle. Congratulations on your international award. What's its name. It's the order of the irish missile. Given by the dutch while it was presented to me by ambassador netherlands she came over here and it was the presentation from the king of the netherlands. Obviously the king couldn't come here. A message was sent yes. It was an enormous honor. I'm gonna say the invitation went out to everybody that we are having a book launch and the dutch ambassador come to fremantle a make the presentation and that was going to be a special announcement and we will thought it was going to be founding or legislation and so the book launch went ahead and the ambassador started finished launch. And she said and now you've heard about presentation well it's not bad legislation on. It's not about funding. And she looked at me and she says all you that point just about fell off my chair. Well of course. It was their ships bumping into australia. All the time on their way to the spice islands beck in the seventeenth century. Yes absolutely and the embassy's being very kind to us in sense of supporting a lot of the projects that we did. The batavia is partially restored. Well as an awful lot of it actually here. isn't it. yes it's here in the building. We started excavating it in the seventy one. And it took about three four years of excavation work and then conservation and then rebuilding it in the gallery here in this wonderful shipwrecks museum g. Lots of visitors yes. I mean. we've done very well actually tickly because the when the new museum was being built here about the nine museum closed down and of course the shipwrecks and maritime museum to museums and fremantle were both capterra from that period so we got a lot of visitation up until of course when covid could do tell the story of some of the horrors associated with the batavia the crew the captain zone. Yes really surprising that they've never made a hollywood movie out of it because it's got all the necessary ingredients for it. The ship is wrecked. The sophist get ashore. The captain the command pelser decides with all of the senior offices. Some women and actually are probably infant. Only a few months old. So it would have been born on the voyage. Set out to search for water ostensibly as i couldn't find water on the broncos they sell to the main nine could find and while they were on their way to behavior the notorious jeronimus cornelius to massacre the survivors and quite extraordinary story. And so by the time pell back they killed about a hundred and sixteen hundred and twenty people men women children and it was just fortunate that the final sort of set piece to this was the mutineers. We call mutinies. They're not really is but anyway. These people under the leadership of cornelius were taking a group of soldiers had been isolated from the main party because they were soldiers. They knew what they were doing. And they attacked them and cornelius was captured by the mutineers. And just as things happening passau in the q ship sails into the bike and at that moment the mutineers get into one boat and the leader of the soldiers gets into another boat and they severing rice. Get to the rescue. I and fortunately the commander of soldiers got their first worn pelle. Sort of the thing. Mutinous were captured. Some of them are executed. They will sell back to batavia and there of them for their doom. 'cause many of them executed in batavia. Full the part that they took in the mutiny absolutely extraordinary story. There was a little bit of investigation of a possible link with the crew in landon. Possibly the joined aboriginal. People is still going on those happing settled. Well it's three different dot shipwrecks. That might have had some sort of connection with the aboriginal people. The batavia's relatively unlikely because there was no need to mutineers. They considered too young to minor and they were abandoned on the mainland by pelser on his voyage. Back to batavia but of course there was the old rack in sixteen fifty six. Where a large number of people got to shore and lots of evidence that surviving material on the mainland so they were one group of people and the other of course is this out outta where everybody despoiled. They just disappeared. You know as never heard of again. It's a very tricky story. Because of course he also had people from indonesia coming down with intented labor. And i guess one day. Somebody's going to try. And sort out the dna story but haven't got a few weeks ago inside show. We passed the plans for the sixteen. Sixteen sircar dog the island. Bree militating an awful lot of the natural history. And i think that celebrates one of the oldest collisions overdubbed chip took hotoke collision. Not quite right. 'cause he he actually just arrived and shot by now up a pew to play on cape inscription then sailed off. So he didn't he didn't wreck. Nope i encounter well of course staff can before that but they first recorded evidence of a european on the australian coast is actually dakar talk daft. Can we live from journals that they d go contact on golf cart terrier but a secondary sources not original journal. We sat about sixty nine or something. That's right yes and i think. Some of the recording of that is in the national maritime museum in sydney. Yes yes that's right. Yup what are they play. If you want to visit well close. They have the replica. Of the daphne. Now yes that sabena. Big an area of contention for a lot of west. Australians that you know the ship was built here and this was a group of people to volunteers work on mckinnon and off. It goes to sydney and nothing to do typical. Isn't it. yes well see the other thing about it is i suppose there's always this perennial thing with you know. The captain cook discovered australia. Which is something that you know how long we've been trying to educate the people in these states that the europeans first year pits to discover australia were dutch. Not counting is even the landing buccaneer in sixteen ninety nine. I think yes william damp here as he was the famous william dampier who had all sorts of interesting adventures. How many other wrecks are out there. That you've yet to go search for is or is it impossible now not really. it's an interesting situation. When we started hearing nine hundred seventy one we really get caught. Also reports every year off shipwrecks and gradually numbers being dropping down and finding now the wrexham more in deep water with being found by more complex methods and technologies. But what's interesting about. It is that we know that in westralia from the records research has been done by this department there are about one thousand five hundred shipwrecks that have occurred from newspaper records request circle records some sort we found about two hundred ninety three hundred so it's still quite a lot there but they're going to be very hard to find. So congratulations again on the question. Do you still go out into the field or you comfortable in your wonderful building very comfortable in my wonderful building. I'm not doing so much filbert these days when you're getting close to being eighty it's a certain limitation as to what you can do. We can call you captain nabet. Thank you and congratulations again. Thank you dr. Jeremy green at the shipwreck museum in fremantle now have been wondering how they managed to put that batavia story together for insect work on a massive scale..
"wa" Discussed on Scene Of the Crime
"Portrayal of the realities presented to the families. I got to leave here in a few minutes for another meeting. So if you wanted to pipe on you need to hop. Yeah i was gonna ask don. Do you understand that. You have a history of crime in your family of something happening to your family member of share your situation. Sure so my. I lost my mother to a homicide. When i was about twenty years old and it did happen on the spokane indian reservation so definitely have unfortunately the experience in empathy for what people are going through. Yeah how how was that handled. Was there like a known kind of we know who to call. We know how to handle this. Well i was twenty. So i was really young and of course in the i understand this part of it. It's like you're in total shock. So you really don't know how to handle it with the steps are so based on my experience i really relied on the authorities to all up with me and communicate with. They didn't so from the fbi to the local. I met which is the spokane trouble on forsman. How does that experience inform what you do now with the families that you work with like can bring a unique perspective and so when patting are collaborating working together to bring up subjects are information. I bring that perspective with me like we have to understand. That families are in shock. There's some ptsd like how do we make communication clermont. Somebody ranges in that state. Yeah now as far as the numbers go you know we talk about. There's a larger number of murders and missing women in particular but but both men and women from tribal lands any thoughts on why that is has lost. Jewish history has the last year history own not respecting a community in respect of culture. Running over to get what you want. And up until nineteen twenty four. It was okay to do that. And then we have generational history of activities that we still are recovering from a history of disenfranchising native communities. We have a history of native communities not being represented accurately and thoughtfully both government and culture and and criminal mind. Criminals are always gonna find the easiest way to do what they want to do and the easiest way to do what you want to do if you want to do. Bad is doing bad people that maybe don't have all the protections don't have all the all the consistent systems in place don't have that absolute response. You know that most people feel like something bad happens to me. I can call nine one one and somebody's going to respond. Something's going to happen. Somebody is going to be my advocate. Tribal communities simply haven't had historically in our country certainly episodically they have certainly Situations have improved but overall the native american communities are still the communities that are the the farthest away from the protection reach and comfort that our governor systems are designed to provide. Yeah i read one article where they're talking about Just simply the facility to house people when they're arrested that some tribal lands have like jail facilities and some don't and they're forced to put anybody that's arrested into jail. That's maybe the county jail or something like that. It's not on tribal land so just literally. The facilities are just so vastly different in certain travel areas. So criminals take take advantage of that inconsistency we talked about before a consistent response a consistent system a consistent level communication between the various agencies. That work on these problems. Consistency is key. It leads excess inconsistency leaves of own you and our tribal communities especially women travel communities have been among the most vulnerable in our society. Is there any way to quantify or to to know whether it's you know people from outside of the travel community largely committing the crimes or is it within the tribal community or is there any way to even quantify that there is a report came out about say about ten years ago that actually spoke to show that Violence against of people by other than native people were a higher ratio than any other groups of being. Yeah so that. It was a native on native ratio other than native on native show. Yeah is there an effort at all between states to like you said to have more consistency. Not only within the state but around the country with how states and tribal governments worked together. You state different jurisdiction can touch. Can't just like maybe there's a conference where everybody gets together and says these are best practices. You know yeah. There's a. There's a tribal conference in vegas about once before cohen That was involved in all tribal on. That would come together and we'd have different ways of working together in different there. I think you're seeing in these two ladies and patty and dog. You're you're seeing kind of the cutting edge washington stepping up and that may be maybe next year. Patty and i will be putting together that that conference. You're talking or trying to create some sort of regional authority and mean there's there's layer layer of need there's layer upon layer opportunity and right now the layer of need that we're looking at just simply getting the numbers accurate ship. Were getting the names down on one sheet of paper simply getting the contact list correct simply getting a point. Where when one of these ladies makes phone call the personally other and takes because they recognize. They recognize the value. Of what they're doing. So we're we're still in the infancy but even in infancy life and we're going to grow and where these two Ladies are gonna take this program in the next ten years i think will astound us all. Yeah now. I don't know if you guys can talk to this part of it but when you do have a situation where there's been a crime committed on on tribal land. There's been an arrest made whether or not that is is a tribal member. Does the prosecution that happened on tribal land or does it depend on. Depends on what the crime is if it was a missing person or homicide the federal. Okay well i'll take that back. Constant occasions be good at st trial. Jails are Sustainable per year for connections for year at a time zone anything more than that needs to the state or the camp urge events. Anything is considered a major crime is going to be either state or federal level again. Those definitions are going to vary from county to county. Try to try to eat even court court and so again just coming up with a. I'll keep going back to the system. We talk about consistent the the more the more that we standardized these practices in the more people can expect on both sides of the coin. Those are perpetrating crimes. Those who are the victims and those who are in defending against at prosecuted the more that we can expect consistency more successful. Half is the fact that things are not prosecuted on tribal that they only deal with the lesser crimes like is that something that the sovereign nations are cool with or would they prefer to be able.
"wa" Discussed on Scene Of the Crime
"I'm kim shepard with caroline story. Oh and this is the scene of the crime in our last episode silent no more. We focused on the issue of and murdered indigenous women through our conversations with tribal members and law enforcement. We learned about some of the historical events that have created this wall of distrust between the indigenous community and outside agencies. But that's just one piece of this puzzle. One of the biggest concerns for the washington state. Patrols chris loftus is the lack of consistency in law enforcement practices but there are efforts being made to correct this in our recent conversation. Chris was joined by the state. Patrols to tribal liaisons howdy. Gosh and don pullen who are spearheading. The effort to earn back the trust of indigenous individuals throughout the state of washington. I am chris. Loftus creations for washington state patrol. Don 'plain travel. He's on on the eastern part of washington dc. So don. i'm curious. How did you come to be the liaison. What what's your background that you took on this role. Sure my background is that. I've got over twenty years of experience working in the tribal community. I was the ceo for the spokane tribe for about years prior to that iran their one of their social service programs for about three years and then prior to that i worked for the indian health. Service about fifteen years with a contracting officer that time so i've been working in the troubled community most of my career and are you a tribal member i am. I'm a travel citizen. And did you grow up on reservation or offers our vision i did. I grew up on the spokane reservation. Went to open the hood. School grades k through twelve. Yeah so when. I graduated from high school. I move to spokane to pursue my higher education. And that's where. I've been ever since cool so we've had chance to talk with a couple of other folks. Emily machines one of the things that she mentioned that i was curious about just getting the names of those who are missing of women who are missing from tribes in washington. State can be hard to just get a list. She said she'd been looking for a list from the yakima community for a long time. And i guess just differentiating like parsing out the names of just those who are on the reservation like is that something that is done that is in the system anywhere or not dawn and and patty have been working on for the last year of st. Patty's join it so good. That is the west side travel liaison. She has been here for about a year longer than dolls. So are privately. As on the bottom line is we've got twenty nine federally recognized tribes then there are multiple non recognize tribal communities whether they're urban or a rural many of them have their own law enforcement agencies. So you have tribal law enforcement. You have county law enforcement of state. Federal bureau new fares. Fbi for for major crimes and so the bottom line is you have a lot of systems and no one was tasked with or stepped up to the plate to kinda russell all that to the ground and just start with just a basic list. And that's what he's been working on for over a year now. Don't join her for the last few months that you want to jump in so that actually happened in march march first. We started publishing the list on our website. That list is actually been sent to the tribal law enforcement officers each monday. Since i started actually so even sending that along to them to make sure that they have that information but now we have it available to the public so washington state patrol has always had access to persons through our site program and the state attorney general has always had the hits that collects homicides right so when we were. We're all working together and we decided they're going to work on homicides at work and work the person so we don't have to reinvent the wheel but as missing persons yes. We are making public on our website available. Another thing that. I'm trying to understand and grasp is how the white house two different aspects of it. So there's the initial response when there's a crime or someone goes missing and then there is the investigation that happens later so when it comes to the initial response. How is that handled on different reservations. How is it handled. When let's say there is tribal police or there isn't tribal police whether it involves a tribal member or doesn't involve a tribal member. Maybe happened on tribal land. There's so many nuances. How do you guys figure out who's handling it. also On the reservation in washington state majority of our tries across Have their own jeff thirty. So there are able to those investigations on not all of the tribes have direct access to input into the program. So that's where it kind of breaks up a little bit. They will either put it into their system through a attack system which please don't ask me what that acronym as we live by them. I don't know any of town without gets a directly into nci c. Which is a federal national crime information center and athens in to our site system if they try can't doesn't have access to taps and they can't put it indirectly they go to the closest The county and Whilst answer the county unfortunately that Register as a tribal want Investigation registers is system as a county destination. So is there any way to differentiate that in the system at or anything like that or really really just persons identified as native american and best kind of howard racial identifiers. Okay and what happens if it's a non tribal member on tribal land who's involved with criminal. Activity against the tribe has general authority. They can do that. Investigation but many of the tribes do report money able a restriction. My now right now out the outcome oh they have. The assistance of the fbi is in there. And i know that they were with the county in the city as while that goes to the challenge that there are differing situations and from different locations different counties in law enforcement. Consistency is the key to success. I know in the movies. It's always some brilliant person doing out of the box that no one's ever thought before it solves big crime. Reality is a system that is predicated on thoughtful communication honest dialogue and just a consistent methodology usually leads to the greatest success and within the in this state and other states there's just inconsistent.
Huawei SF5 Electric SUV Debuts at Shanghai
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Is It Time To Stop Counting Calories? Dr Vanita Rahman Weighs In
"The idea of not counting. Calories is a little bit confusing since some plant foods like avocados and nuts. They still have quite a bit of calories. So when should we still be keeping track of calories and can we forget all about it. Yeah so you know. It's a little bit confusing. I know for people Because you hear so. Many different types of dietary advice and what works dozen. When do you cards when you count calories. Let's really simplify this. You know. I tell people if you're looking to lose weight or keep it off or improve your health. Think of this large basket of food on your kitchen table and you're going to select food from there. So when does that basket is the key. A lots of fresh fruits vegetables whole grains like keen wa and oats and millet and brown rice and wheat products and then legalzoom's lentils now if we select from those We don't necessarily have to sit there and count calories and the reason being all of these foods are really high in fiber. There are naturally low in fat so their caloric densities low and that fiber just fills us up. So you know. If you've had an apple you know you can only eat one. Maybe two apples before you're really full. And that's because of the fiber in it so you don't to sit there and count honey apples you're eating Where the confusion does come in. Is some of these higher facts. Foods that are plant based like kat does or nuts and seeds are all as now. If you're looking to lose weight or lower your blood sugar you may want to minimize the use of those foods. So you know depending on where you are in your journey reducing that can be extremely helpful but for the other things that i talked about the nutrition profile so good caloric density solo that we really don't have to worry about counting calories.
"wa" Discussed on Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books
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"wa" Discussed on Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books
"Her baby is is a year and a half old should solve. Be three months pregnant anyway she. Her body is found along abandoned trolley tracks in the linden hills neighborhood of minneapolis. It is shortly discovered shortly afterward discovered that the last person to see her alive was probably her dentist. Her dentist in my telling is a is a middle age man named named rose. Last name is rose david herschel roles and he's been a dentist for about twenty years he's married and and A couple of of a teenage daughters He's respected the not necessarily love but respected in the community. He's developed this this this Practice serves women. He has a large practice serving women in their late afternoon and evening. Hours for working women and He's he's very very successful with that. Well jerry comes to live and stays with her older sister who has moved to minneapolis previously and she complains shortly after her arrival. Teri does a dental paid. She needs a relief from toothache again in grace. Her sister refers Refers her to dr rose. Whose office is right. Around the corner from their apartment then fifteenth street in nicholas avenue. Now under i ninety four but lost days of busy rather seedy art of town. She goes to the dentist and in the stablishment as a relationship with him. That is that is more than than than just dental in april. She goes to see him on a friday night and on a saturday morning. Her body is is discovered by that but abandoned trolley track and that sets off the investigation that sets off the story. I don't know how much you'd want to hear about this. I don't know how much i want to tell you about it. Yeah you don't wanna spoil the spoilers. I i'm gonna tell you farthest goals but there is a an extensive investigation There are several characters. We're seeing this. The story were hearing from from several points of view including the investigating the two detectives who are assigned the case anderson curry now. They have their own issues. Anderson was a was a combat soldier in world war two and was involved in some some rough stuff during that the rescue Of of the best known part of patents third army and he's haunted by that and he's also haunted by or bothered by overactive. Lombardo the gets into in the crowds to. There's a young journalist from rochester. Who's who's a reporter now. For the united press international he gets involved in. There's a sinister character. I refer to only until the very end of the book as the driver..
"wa" Discussed on Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books
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How Do Boogers Form?
"One of the things. I love about this. Podcast is that we get to cover some really big important questions about our planet. Our societies our future and also questions about buggers. Hey brain stuff lauren. Boca bomb here. You probably caught someone in the act of picking their nose and inspecting the contents disgusting right but you do it to except maybe you opt to remove your burgers using tissue in the privacy of your own home or car or that empty elevator. You're writing to the tenth floor. Whatever we don't judge whether you know them as a bat in the cave. Orien- knows goblin. There's a good reason for boogers. Even when they stick around in gelatinous little lumps the lining of the nose and sinuses also known as the epithelium produce at least one quart. That's one leader of mucus every day. That's a lot of snot. The mucus in your sinuses keeps the nasal linings moist and helps with your sense of smell. Most importantly though it traps dust bacteria pollen and other contaminants mucus essentially acts as a sticky fly strip grabbing pollutants and keeping them from getting into your respiratory system without mucus. Most of these particles would end up in your lungs. The tract mucus clings to miniature hairs. Called silia basilea. Move the mucus toward the nearest exit. Either toward the front of the nose or the back of the throat where it's swallowed in small amounts but sometimes the mucus has trouble fully exiting the nostrils. It begins to dry out and may become clumped together additional dust and other debris joined forces withdrawing mucus and wa. A burger is
NASCAR Bristol Dirt Cup Recap: Logano Wins
"Nascar cup series racing from bristol dirt it was dirty dusty and also thrilling. Let's run things down ten to one. These are the survivors. Let's be honest. Chase elliott eric jones ryan blaney with a mangled race. At number eight tyler. Rettig william byron. Ryan newman at number five daniels. Warez wa. What a car. He led fifty eight laps said after the race. He had no idea what he was doing. Out there for his best finish of the season denny hamlin his sixth top. Five the season and ricky stenhouse junior one of those so called dirt aces to victory lane. We've got seven different winners this season. Can you believe it joey. Logano is in the history books taking the win at the bristol. Dirt race of twenty twenty. One at team penske goes back to back. It's joey's twenty-seventh career cup series victory. And his first win of the season for the twenty two
As Cases Surge in Seattle, COVID-19 Testing Extended at Rainier Beach and West Seattle
"A surge in covid nineteen cases has hit the seattle area and it's causing an about face in the city strategy. The city was about to close to testing sites. But now says it's too early for that k. u. o. ws page browning has more in the last two weeks more than seven hundred people in seattle have tested positive for covid nineteen. The case rate is higher than it's been for the past two months when it comes to average new cases per week and there's a hot spot in the city the university district and neighborhood surrounding it specifically the city's documented outbreaks in the nine eight one zero five and nine one five zip codes. This means all four of the city run. Cova testing sites are staying open mayor. Jenny durkan wanted to make two of them vaccine sites. But that's on hold
Public helps increase Snowbird Fund
"This is national native news. Antonio gonzalez three tribes in alaska are participating in a pilot program to collect data and provide solutions on a community level to missing and murdered indigenous. People katyal brian van wa- spoke with officials about how the new project will change their approach on active and cold cases at the beginning of the year. The us attorney's office for alaska announced that the department of justice would embark on a pilot project to address the missing and murdered indigenous persons epidemic in the state which again tribal council in dealing ham is one of three alaska tribes that volunteered to be part of the project. Each tribe will develop a tribal community response plan tailored to its needs resources and culture. According to a study by the urban indian health institute out of twenty nine states alaska ranks fourth in the number of missing and murdered indigenous women. Tribal administrator courtney cardi says the importance of statistics on a local level often. Native communities are researched by outsiders in the situation. It's very important that especially with such a sensitive topic but our council is able to work with families directly to quantify the issue and demonstrate that ourselves versus having outside organization. Be that for the drive meets with the us attorney's office as part of a forum to increase communication between communities and public officials. Ingrid cumberland's is the emma p. coordinator for the us attorney's office in alaska. She says that a key to reduce mvp cases to establish connections between tribes agencies and to implement solid tribal community response plans. We we really just need to build those relationships and and make sure that everybody is as soon as possible so that we can get working on any incident at the quickest possible moment. Brian schroeder the us attorney for alaska stressed that it is important to establish communication and transparency before crises occur. A large part of what this is is getting all the parties involved all the stakeholders involved to start talking to each other. Now you wanna be able to talk ahead of time and know each other and open those lines of communication to young's plan will serve as a model for hub communities like bethel nome more information about the pilot project can be found by contacting the us attorney's office in alaska and billingham. I'm brian vanua
What Happened to the Palmer Brothers?
"Charles and lisa palmer had a daughter hannah and three sons chris chucky and michael in nineteen ninety nine the palmer family lived in wa silla alaska a town of approximately ten thousand residents located forty three miles or sixty nine point. Two kilometers northeast of anchorage on june third. Nine hundred ninety nine fifteen old. Michael palmer asked his parents if he could spend the night at his friend's home with a few of his buddies. Instead of sleeping in the friend's house the boys stayed in an outbuilding they referred to as the clubhouse in the wee hours of june fourth. The boys slipped away riding their bicycles to a series of high school. Graduation parties in the area. Michael's friends said michael drink several beers throughout the night but they insisted he acted fine and was not incapacitated by the alcohol. According to other party goers a fight broke out at the last party the boys attended some observers. Said someone hit michael in the head. During a scuffle other partygoers claimed they saw someone beat michael until his face and head were bloody michael's friends claimed michael seemed fine at four. Am when they began the nine mile or fourteen point five kilometer bike ride home from the last party. According to mike's powell's they started together on their bikes but after a while mike fell behind them. They pulled over and waited for mike at the seven. Eleven on the parks highway but when he never arrived the boy said they thought mike must have gone to his own home. The others eventually continued down. The road on their bikes. The boys later told authorities. They last saw michael at the intersection of pittman road and silver drive
Observations From Bayern Munich's Smashing 4-0 Victory Over Stuttgart
"Will stop in the bundesliga and you might think well. Why are we buying one. Four now against god. What's the big deal i miss. The big deal is afonso davies of buying sent off in the twelve. Th minute nil nil ten minutes later buying a three nil up welcome in fueled softer reflects on something. And i don't think i've ever seen before. Well this is sad day for german football because they have said that if buying played with ten players they will be beatable so they tried that today. Davis was rightly sent off after wa wa in the wind because he got a yellow. I and eleven does scale and robbery miller. The restaurant just did something. That is like unbelievable. There were four nil suddenly against the stupid cat team. That is later. Be quite good. Foam unbelievable to watch and just show you this buying team got that extra gear that i can use. They often down but it come back dortmund zero to winning four two champions league. They just win when i want to win. A now stood tried another thing. Eleven gets ten still losing four nil at the psychology from both sides. Yan here well. First of all studio will have a good conference. They're coming to 'alliance now now fans there. I think well we can have a chance. We've seen gerona result home advantage. Not as good as it usually is and a ban on their side. Thank you i will. We have to concentrate because our lives winning the day before and then stood would want more. They think well no. We really have a chance. But what do they do their team. Levin does get a team they just take another gear up. I think okay. No we have to concentrate. No we have to play quicker. We want to touch. We have to give a loverdos even better the ball here to goals and the ending a hat trick
Oppo find x3 pro review
"Embargo for the for the find x three pro lifted this morning this is okposo latest and greatest opo and oneplus share parent company. Bb case so there will be some overlap in what we talk about We don't know a lot about the oneplus series but what we know about the finance three pro. I think will dovetail nicely into the rumors for the oneplus nine. So let's start with you. Miriam you have this phone. It's oboe is not a brand name and north america yet. But i think it's becoming a bit more ubiquitous in europe where alex is you've reviewed one pl- or oboe phones for years now and you're you're among the first people to bring kind of these. Chinese brand opal vivo. Walkway into the purview of us audiences. So when you take a look at the x three pro. What's your first impression. Is this a phone that was made for a worldwide audience or is this more a phone that was made for a chinese audience. That is them being sort of adapted for the west. I think we're at the point now. Where i wanna odd xiaomi to your last i think yeah okay. I think we're the point. Where really these global launches of these phones the me levin from shami recently of course the oppo phoenix three pro and financial three series our global phones through and through. And i think that that's very exciting to me. Now we get the short end of the stick in north america. You're in canada. I'm in the us. Because we still don't get full five g support for our weird bands. And that means that i hesitate to recommend this phone to folks live on the north american continent of this time. I haven't tested the oppo yet on five g. here i'm hoping that as qualcomm becomes more omnipresent not that it isn't already but i mean in terms of its Band support for five g. sub. Six that we get eventually to a point where even buying global phone will just work on some bands in us. Kind of like four g. Lt. foams do and in canada. So i think these phones feel like truly global phones to me. I think that the biggest challenge the biggest obstacle that existed in the pass with these two years ago three years ago. If you imported one was the software. Felt very chinese in the sense that it was. It's like it's hard to explain. But there's a certain flavor to chinese phones if you've ever used one that doesn't have google services on it and that's changed radically. I think caller west which is what apple runs which is an on top of android is even closer now to oxygen. Which is what one plus has which makes sense. Bbq groups same company but in the past. That wasn't always the case. And i think xiaomi's done a very good job as well as an improving it appears to be more you know more universal to the global markets to customers in different countries. So i really have no qualms with this phone i think. It's it's a solid all-round flagship. It brings to the table some things we've never seen before and it on top of that. You know short of the five g support from north. America is a truly global phone so alex. You're the only person among the four of us that uses this phone. Where in the markets intended give us your overview of how fits into the uk european market. And what your first impressions are so whether fit into the market. Whether hoping to the mock i think is in the gap. The is currently in the process of being vacated by wa so there is a a room for another major player in europe and the uk. And i think that's that's where they plan to slow us into already seeing that taking advantage of always current challenges in china whether the now the the number one manufacturer but yeah i think in terms of just the quality the phone. It's it builds on what we saw in the next two pro in little ways last year But the my money this is a little bit of a one. Step forward one step back. Sort of a situation They're all the things. I really enjoyed about the findings to pro- And it it just seemed to have every angle sort of covered in terms of photography and a big part of that is super zoom telephoto in it. Yeah oddly something that a lot of brands of moving away from this year with the exception of while way sometime maybe xiaomi That's something i really miss. Unfor- photography scented phone that seems like a big emission. Especially when you have this weird microscope thing which is fun to play around with but is not going to have anywhere near the practical value In terms like dealer photography assume would get you So that's one sort of disappointments. That i have with it Made worse by the fact that. I'm not a massive found. The microscope The other side air you. i know this is. This is a one. A one point of conflicts on this phone denialism massive out of the microscope. But just before we get to that. The other thing is Find extra prolapsed yet no wireless charging is kind of becoming a table. Stakes feature ever since apple introduced is Now we finally have that but the battery life is just null. Great unstaffed That's the problem right When you getting in the region of twelve to thirteen hours In its its fooling over after about three and a half hours screen on you know especially for me coming from pixel five and show. I've been spoiled a little bit by that phone but Yeah it's haunted. Described the boundary line for this thing is anything but just a big disappointment for me. I would agree with that in the week or so that i've used it especially coming from the galaxy s twenty one pixel five. This is a big battery. that just doesn't perform like a big battery but were still a month out from launch and miriam. I know you haven't spent a ton of time with it but what's your impression of. I wanna come back to the camera. Because i think the the cameras a sort of a question mark for me. Every time i've spoken to one. Plus they give me different answers for why they made the decisions they did around the load out but the phone. Form factor right. They made a big deal about this single piece of glass on the back and how they machine did and you know burned it in killing at seven hundred degrees and puts a magic spell on it to keep its shape and all that. What's your impression of the form of this device. It's really interesting. And i think it's something that a lot of people it's pretty arresting to somebody who's looking at it from the back for the first time. Yeah i love the design. I think it's really unique. A middle worried that you know. It's like form over function in some way. Because i mean at this price point. What's the price anyway. Do we know eleven hundred pounds or twelve hundred years this price. That's fine but i like so gonna be a thousand like it's about the same as the next to last year pros last year. But he's a little bit cheaper but yeah that over thousand dollar price point. I'm okay with the crazy. You know wizards type approach to making the thing with thousands of hours of manufacturing time. Whatever it might be. I think it looks really cool. I've got the kind of grayish color. One agree dark rate lack. I don't know what color that is. But it's looking at a mirror. The whole thing is one piece. It's very cool. My my thing is that i'm really happy. They added wireless charging. That was the thing that i wanted to make a final to pro my daily driver austere and it up with of course oneplus eight pro which is count like again you know the oneplus nine pro is going to be a dead ringer of this phone. So no surprise there like in many ways so the reason i couldn't do it because what trudging was missing. Now that's been remedied by battery life. I haven't tested yet. So i don't know but it might be a result of trying to run everything at one twenty hertz and quad hd. I feel that. If i have to compromise somewhere it's resolution usually my eight pro oneplus a prior run at ten eighty p right and probably run the oneplus nine pro and switched to it at ten pm. Pretty convinced. i'm going to switch to it so wait you're of all the phones that you've used including the galaxy s twenty one. You're still using the eight pro. Is your daily driver. Oh yeah no. Don't i don't want to switch to off and i have so many ops to reinstall and set up a one once a year thing and i have to pick wisely right last year. I decided that i was going to wait. For the pixel five and so i hung hoed with the pixel forty or whatever four acceler my pocket for a while and then i realized that the pixel five was giving giving me what i want and the four or five g was actually the better form but didn't have wireless charging in my opinion so then i went said. I need to make a decision. So i went eight pro and the reason for that is i want i want wanna pixel essentially but i wanna flagship right. So what's the closest you can get to that. You can't get a flagship from google anymore. Anyway i digress but back to the quickey unfortunately have just to go as soon but i feel that for me. What surprised me. The most is the telephone okay. I couldn't get numbers on this. Is it three x two x two x optical and switch to x optical with five x figs. Zoom whatever hybrid. That's hybrid probably looks okay at five x hybrid but probably know better than one hundred eight megapixel. That's trying to do five x kinda like the eleven right. Yeah these over the past It's just fine. I is is fine of five but go beyond five. It's a bit yeah. We had a paris copa. Like five x right. That was different from the oneplus. Eight pro which only had like three x telephoto. So i think the teleph- the the lack of the telephoto disappearing from almost everyone's phones except for you know an iphone doesn't really count because there's only two axe to me. Anything that's to excellence doesn't count. It has to be three more. And ideally it needs to have two of them like the s twenty one ultra or the. We p forty pro plus. Which was my darling camera phone last year. Despite the lack of gm's so you see. That's the reason. Part of the reason daniel that i went with the pro because i knew that if i needed a better camera just pull out a weiwei. P forty plus and carry that with me right and so so then. I guess the party question that i would ask is what would it take for the financial three pro to be your daily driver over the nine. The oneplus nine pro. Because they are so similar to things. And i want that i feel. Actually this might take away from this. Phone is that oppo is holding back for an ultra version. Yes that was my conspiracy theories. Well i feel like we're like because everybody's doing more than a pro. Now i feel that apple is exploring that ultra premium end. And he's gonna come out with a special edition of this phone. That will have a proper periscope telephoto. But what would make me switch would be more see right now. Could live with a two x telephoto. If it's any good. I don't know off to try it but i think for me. It's five g support simply. Because i'm on t. mobile in the us and it's actually beneficial in terms of network coverage for me it's not really beneficial terms of speed by re does give me slightly better performance in some fringe situations and that would be my big. My big request bought the other thing. That i'm interested intrigued. Bob because i haven't really had chance to tessies. Cameras yet. Is their choice of using the two identical fifty megapixel. I am seven six six sensors on the ultrawide and the main to get perfect color. Matching 'cause how's that worked out for you guys so interesting thing. That is the you in theory. That is what happens. But then you have the ai thing that's turned on. Which can you run. I'm not sure by default but if you use it You know it's very useful things in some situations but if you use it then you can get radically different looking switching between the two lenses if you don't have the tent on yet is obviously much closer as a parting thought. I have a feeling that while last year's apple finds pro would have been my choice for that time period of the year that first half of the year until the no twenty ultra came out. Which was my darling phone of the fall. But i switched to it because i was lazy. And of course he has twenty ultra. now is a pretty solid choice for photography. I think until until then until the eight pro last year the findings to pro choice other than wireless charging and five jeep but this year. I'm much more convinced that all want the oneplus nine pro. That's your segue as i'm leaving because for me. The one plus nine pro. F- i don't know all of the details yet but that hassle partnership has me intrigued and more importantly i know it's going to support all the bands properly in the us. And it's going to have wireless charging which i need and it's going to be a slightly smaller phone. I think this year which. I'm very happy about because the eight cross a freaking monster of a beast. It's too big for me over there. So i think the x three profiles held back to me somehow. Apple is i can know what apple can do and be group and this is very good by this. This aversion to telephoto in chinese phones right now xiaomi's doing it too is driving me nuts. I don't get it i want all of it. I don't care about microscope. it's cool. I don't care about a macro because an ultra wide can do macro like it is on this phone. It is on one plus pro phones
"wa" Discussed on The Wise Fool
"The i would say could all girl clouds. Good old girls club. There is a glasgow girl girl. Yeah the new girls club. There's not a ton of members at my age bracket but there's a fair amount and i think we've learned here to be generous with our information with each other because the more you hold in and try to keep secret the more you stifle as well like you have to think of it like a tree you have to a tree branches get so. I have to do a lot of pruning coming up. You need to let the light and you need to let air capacity and and being in an educational system as a artist. You're so fortunate to have the sounding box of your peers and your teachers but in real life you have to make that for yourself. You have to choose those people from your medium or the people that you really really respond to and you need to make them part of your community. I've been kiki smith's ta. I've been to her place. I she knows me by like you know. There's people out there that you can rely on. You just have to believe in yourself. And i know it's hard to do through a lot of distractions these days but yeah okay. Do you have a third artist. So there's two unsung artist. All my besties is but i'm trying to think of. I feel bad. Call unsung artist. But like an so that you once you wish the public would notice more. And then there's karen willenbring johnson. She's just got a huge soul and she's an amazing amazing teacher. Wonderful person and for so many people who their life's work and happiness is being in the hot shop. I feel so bad for these days. Like hurt she really shines in that regard and her technical abilities are like no other. I have friends that are definitely sung. So that's for sure they've got the and i don't need to give them more attention. Well in some are good at accepting the attention and using it to further their career and some aren't just aren't so yeah all right last little bit is i always ask for. You've already given a lot of advice. But i generally sort of ended with asking for advice as well so any advice you have not given yet that you think that maybe the next generation or somebody that wants to follow in your footsteps might benefit trump. Of course. I have to say that stubbornness as virtue to a certain extent. If you have a vision in your head of how you think your archie be. It's always good to work to get that out there. Please don't take one person's opinion to the moon. You really need to listen to your gut and yourself of course if someone is more you try to go down that pathway with what. They're saying to understand what they're saying. But you don't need to adopt that as your motto creed for the rest of your.
"wa" Discussed on The Wise Fool
"Time you touch the last. Yeah no i mean but it is. It is like if i make something for one hundred twenty dollars. That's much different than making something for sixty five thousand dollars. You know so what. I'm trying to get to here okay. So over the course of. Let's say let's say a year in your business. Like what percentage of your sales is the large scale and what percentage is small scale. And then. i'm assuming there's maybe a mid range set of works that you also do so the somewhere like basically like is fifty percent small scale as far as your income and then like twenty five and twenty five for the really you know. Large-scale in may mid range like how basically how much are people buying the different ranges. i'm just gonna put my profit and loss standard for last year. That's amazing but you don't need be that fiscal year. Because i can't every year is different. And what's good for. Me is if i can sell a large piece. I don't really make much money..
"wa" Discussed on The Wise Fool
"When that's abusive situation and a lot of the european way of teaching way i was taught is like you get yelled at to be taught and that doesn't but i as a teacher high use that same method even though it doesn't work for me because that's what i was taught and and i had never went to school when whenever sensitivity training like when i was in grade school when i was in kindergarten or not. No one ever talked about anybody else's emotions and so a lot of the. I'm only fifty two okay but i really feel my my communication skills and the way they the way people are taught to communicate. Now it's it's something you really have a vocabulary. You have to really bite into to be able to survive even. I'm a workshop teacher. More than i am a university teacher. Although i have done that for a semester. Even in workshops the it's just a bit of a minefield for an. I don't wanna call myself old but someone who's learned a totally different way of working to be very considerate loving although i try to be compassionate and kind and my daily life to a high degree because i am sensitive myself but i can also pull over my cloak of fuck you because you need it when you're with a bunch of guys who were all worked up about something like it's i grew up with very few female cousins or siblings so i was used to that kind of fight okay. Wait i'm clarify that. I'll expand on that. I was teaching in the united arab emirates. As a white american man. I was teaching muslim. Women art at the university level. I had to put on a facade for that. Because a classroom of twenty women is as difficult i would imagine as a group of unruly Towards a woman as well. So i understand that issue like i for many years i took on the persona of like what was arrogant but sort of the the the teacher lee way like the i did the socratic method kind of an idea where.
"wa" Discussed on The Wise Fool
"Well i try for the sculptor thing. Okay because i have. I haven't been good at taking care of my body over the years. And he really needs to be an athlete to get the longevity out of it but it's during it's it's hard to stand on concrete and do a lot of lifted twisting and stuff that's one sided. I became a yoga teacher in two thousand and seven to try to help me balance out my skeleton which bends a certain way now because everybody turns to the right to work when you're at the bench and it's like you know. I'm going to be crippled for life later on. But i did love to be hot shop but i. I can't carry as much weight. I'm not as strong as other people by skeletons not put together the so runs in my family by a lot of dislocations and stuff like that so but i love glass and.
"wa" Discussed on The Wise Fool
"He would give me advice so within my first year working glass. I was assisting dale xuhui team and lena challenge tra at like a gig on the east coast that they were doing and being a woman in a male dominated field. There's a lot of stuff you have to wade through. And i just have to learn my lessons three times. Because i am a little. I'm a little impaired when it comes to judgement sometimes. Yeah but i battled my way through it. 'cause glasses so interesting i freaking love it. It's like as a material that can do so much and you have to have so much control to be able to get what you want in a lot of ways. And i think when i was younger i needed that to be in my life like that and to spend so many years learning how to be a good glass blower. When we were young we imagined we would be the most successful glass version that we knew. And it's interesting when you go through life because the ideals that you set in your head at whatever age you're at you still keep those ideals they're part of you. It's not like you move past them. So i laughed lot. Because he's like my friend. I can say like like it's really hard for me to get over wanting to be you. Even though my work is in some ways a lot different we've still revered the same virtuosity of the italian loss-making but he's he's definitely italian guy but anyway it's just funny the layers of life. You said so many things there. I've got to come back to all this okay. So first of all understand. I was actually the host of a television show about photography competition photography and i was always wondering how it affects people sort of on the other side so like how does it feel having a an art form that a lot of people maybe just didn't understand or weren't necessarily sort of super interested or engaged in suddenly be on the sort of the tip of everybody's tongue because of something like this popular tv show blown away. Has it affected you. Have you seen any results of this or out. The changes definitely with my friends who've been on it you know the show grooms them and in that they tell them you know after you go through this. You're social media is going to explode so you need to and they kinda help them like clean up their websites. Prepare things prepare their minds. Because i mean. I i know that some people get my death threats. Because they've they've cut out the person's favorite person that was on there. You know you have to steel yourself for the positive and negative yes. You'll you'll get a lot of attention and but also as a woman if you succeed at something. There's always a little friction about your success. Oh you have to be a little bit careful. But i think that as far as changing me i can talk to people more about things but you have to understand.
"wa" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly
"S context so Sixty minutes is cbs's newsmagazine program. Right and of course the the job of all the news magazine programs is to Promote whatever the left wants right the especially biden administration and so But that doesn't mean that everything that they report isn't right or everything. The report isn't true right and so sixty minutes is doing a hit piece on assad to prop up what the biden administration wants to do. But that doesn't mean these aren't sure stories. I want you to listen real quick to the regime in syria. What's it about. And why should we care. We've got better evidence against assad and his clique. then we had against milosevic in yugoslavia. We had in any of the war crimes tribunals in which i've involved in some extent even better than we had against the nazis nurenberg because the nazis didn't actually take individual pictures of each of their victims with denting information on. You'd love to go to court with this would be a great trial against the assad himself in trouble is assad has nearly won the war the us and others have imposed sanctions but most criminals will be safe in syria. The un tried to refer syria to the international criminal court. But that was vetoed by russia and china if assad gets away with impunity. What has the world lost. If the word is that you can commit those crimes and the you can get away with it and this is the way. You supress a popular uprising. Then others will do the same thing. The future will be much more dangerous than the than the past and a lot of what we built will be destroyed. And ron in the chat. Make a great point here. You know the the ideas you know. We wanted saddam taken out. Who replaces him. You know you're into the malls and around who replaces him and you know. It's not just a matter of ending the one bad guy. It's sometimes figuring out what would happen in the vacuum. And i again. I don't pretend that. I know whether this is right or wrong. I'm just giving you some context around it and Bosscher assad all of everything else. Set aside bashar. Al assad is a real live bad guy. This is an interview with photographer. They would document what they did. When i would take photographs. I would think how can this government be of doing this to its own people. I would also.
"wa" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Top, the singing. I thought she'd go on and on with the runs, but she didn't was very powerful. She was very Vita in her hand motions and jerky, looking up with the flag and looking down again, and, you know, she said, that bold lip on and That bold pin she had on I couldn't stop looking at that dove on the Renaissance ribbon throughout her air. I'll play it later attracting, But Wow, I pull that Colbert has a funny riff on her her outfit and the whole thing and talked about how I was brushing my teeth listening to monologues this morning and I almost spit out, Mike, I almost spit out my do faced. Because, Colbert said, You know if you noticed she put a dramatic effect, and she turned to her left when she goes and the flag wa still there, and Colbert said, It's the only time that songs ever been saying where it's basically it was a cliffhanger after two weeks ago, was that flag still there after two weeks ago, and I was like, Oh, did I almost get out? My dude face. And then I won't. I won't spoil. He had a great line about the bird on her dress. But she whipped out that when not only was her Mike gold, but you know, cause singers have been doing that since the late nineties, where they get a matching microphone. Tow whatever they're wearing. But God, God took it a step further girl. Not only was her mike gold, but she got a mic cable that was gold. And I know all my engineering. Friends are wondering where the hell did you get that? Like my cables are my cables or either red or black? That's about it. Maybe your head's headphones tour had ear pieces. Stronghold also, so I just sort of of the audio engineers just but the guys, you know, the union guys are like, where we but where we gonna find a gold. We can't go to guitar center where we get our own. I know, but I was cracking up on Lee. I thought for sure. J. Lo would have As just a special microphone. But no, she just want with the straight stand. And that played old black microphone..