35 Burst results for "WU"

"wu" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:09 min | Last week

"wu" Discussed on WTOP

"On Wu a 9. Isn't it obvious? It is to me. Listen, how about the fact that we are on top of breaking news? Plus, we have all the overnight news, folks may have missed. And I always have the newest model ones for D.C.'s most accurate forecast. And we let drivers know how to get around the traffic hotspots. Like I said, obvious. How you start your day matters. Started with git of D.C. weekdays at four 25 only on wusa 9. 1238. Traffic and weather on the 8s back to rich hunter in the traffic center. All right, still was a crash four vehicles involved here a three night I should say 6 95 eastbound just after the accident north on screen 95 into the third street till again, you get by single file to left three of the four vehicles need a tow truck so it may be a while before they get everything out of the roadway. And again, just a brief slowdown for folks moving over to the far left to get by on the westbound side of 6 95 as well as three 95 south headed toward Virginia as of late near a much better shape. No worries on I two 95 or D.C. two 95 S of late, with south capitol street and suitland Parkway also insulin delay free no issues on New York avenue between northeast and northwest so far. Now in southeast that stretch of Pennsylvania avenue near Capitol Hill, yeast bound lanes still block between tenth and 11th street southeast and 11th street remains closed between Pennsylvania avenue and the interchange with K street. That has a result of an ongoing police investigation again. They're going to be out there for quite a while. If you're traveling in Maryland, no issues on two 70 as of late with 95 in the bottom of Washington Parkway are free and clear. 50 between the district line and Annapolis looking good over on the bay bridge, no work tonight at least so far, three lanes westbound two lanes eastbound and for now no reported delay in either direction and Virginia 95 and three 95 between Fredericksburg and the 14th street bridge looking good. George Washington Parkway also free and clear on both directions, no issues as of late on 66 between Rosalind and haymarket you've been moving well on both directions. And again, no worries about roadwork tonight due to the weather. Avoid costly repairs and lower your home heating costs with a same day system tune up from snow for $79 and spring a service for our spring service for

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Kam Jones scores 23 as No. 6 Marquette edges St. John's

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 weeks ago

Kam Jones scores 23 as No. 6 Marquette edges St. John's

"6 ranked marquette survived a wild finish in a 96 94 win over St. John's. The red storm erased most of the ten point deficit in the final 21 seconds and had a chance to tie, but Omar Stanley missed the second of two free throws with 2.4 seconds left. Cam Jones scored 23 points and the golden eagles 11th win in 12 games. Tyler Cole added 18 points at ten assists to help the big east regular season champs improve to 17 and three in the conference. Dylan a day Wu su scored a career high 25 for St. John's. I'm Dave ferry.

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Former Maryland Mayor Arrested, Faces Child Pornography Charges

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:30 min | 2 weeks ago

Former Maryland Mayor Arrested, Faces Child Pornography Charges

"We're going to start with a story that is pretty disgusting. I'll be honest, but it needs to be covered and talked about. We're not going to spend too much time on it, but it needs to be talked about. Democrat mayor in Maryland arrested on 56 child pornography related charges. The mayor of college park, Maryland, Patrick Wu Jean, who's arrested Thursday on 56 child pornography possession and distribution charges. He's a gay activist, 47 year old gay activist, Democrat, faces 40 counts of hard to even read this. I'll be honest. It's so disgusting. It's vomit inducing, but it's real. So if you don't have the stomach for this, then I apologize. Possession of exploitive child material and 16 counts of distribution of exploitive child material, a press release from the prince George county police department set. Now, the national center for missing and exploited children were first alerted that the department had a social media account operating within the county was distributing quote suspected child pornography on February 17th, according to PGP and law enforcement deserves credit for working quickly and arresting a rather high profile Democrat. Someone that is and we'll talk about this in a second, someone that is off was awfully popular with Buttigieg and that whole that whole cabal. Regular guest at The White House, all that. And by the way, just so we're clear, at least 13 mayors in the last couple years have been arrested on child sex crimes since 2021 that's really strange, isn't it?

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SEC Doesnt Regulate Crypto Directly, but Indirectly Says Levine

Coin Edition

00:43 sec | Last month

SEC Doesnt Regulate Crypto Directly, but Indirectly Says Levine

"10 a.m. Sunday February 19th, 2023. SEC doesn't regulate crypto directly, but indirectly says Levine. Met Levine, the Bloomberg opinion columnist, published an article on February 7th, analyzing the Securities and Exchange Commission's SEC crypto regulatory policies. Notably, the Chinese reporter Colin Wu on his official Twitter account shared the article, highlighting the perspectives of Levine on SEC's crypto regulations significantly, Levine focused on the authority the SEC holds to regulate. The post SEC doesn't regulate crypto directly, but indirectly says Levine appeared first on coin edition.

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Why Are Asian-Americans Anxious?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Why Are Asian-Americans Anxious?

"For a community already traumatized, this is just another terrible moment. It is easy to understand why Asian Americans are anxious. Why are Asian Americans anxious? President Wu. We'd like to hear. If they walk through a suburban white neighborhood, are they anxious? I'm curious. Not an attack. It's a question. Where are they nervous? But I told you cowardice is a characteristic of college presidents. Chang of the Asian American Christian collaborative. How many organizations are there in the United States on the left? 50,000, you think? The Asian American Christian collaborative. Said the violence Asian Americans have faced not only in recent years, but historically will lead many to question whether they can safely live normal lives.

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Solana Public RPC Endpoints Go Offline Following A Bug In New Release

Coin Edition

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Solana Public RPC Endpoints Go Offline Following A Bug In New Release

"12 p.m. Sunday January 8th, 2023. Solana public RPC endpoints go offline following a bug in new release. Famous Chinese reporter, Colin Wu, said that Solana foundation public RPC endpoints and mainnet beta explorer are currently offline as RPC node software undergoes a maintenance upgrade following a recent bug in a test release. Wu added that the maintenance did not impact block production or the Solana network. According to alchemy dot com, remote procedure call the post Solana public RPC endpoints go offline following a bug in new release appeared first on coin edition.

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Conflux Network Expands into Hong Kong

Blockchain News

00:22 sec | 2 months ago

Conflux Network Expands into Hong Kong

"12 a.m. Thursday, December 29th, 2022. Conflicts network expands into Hong Kong. Doctor Ming Wu, cofounder of conflict network, was invited by the Hong Kong government to discuss the rise of tech innovation through web three and how the conflicts network could play a foundational role in these developments. Read more.

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Pop star Kris Wu sentenced to 13 years for rape, other charges

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 4 months ago

Pop star Kris Wu sentenced to 13 years for rape, other charges

"Chinese Canadian pop star Chris whoo has been sentenced to 13 years in prison in China on charges including rape. Wu was given 11 years and 6 months for a 2020 rape. He was given a further one year in ten months for the crime of assembling a crowd to engage in sexual promiscuity. It occurred at a 2018 event in which he and others allegedly assaulted two women they had gotten drunk. The June trial of the 32 year old former member of the South Korean group exo was close to the public to protect the victim's privacy, whoo, grew up in Guangzhou in China and in Vancouver British Columbia. I'm Karen Chammas

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Oklahoma police: Suspect nabbed in killings of 4 at pot farm

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

Oklahoma police: Suspect nabbed in killings of 4 at pot farm

"Suspect in the weekend killing of four people at a marijuana farm in Oklahoma is in custody in Florida. I Norman hall. The Oklahoma state bureau of investigation says Miami dade officers arrested Wu Qin without incident. According to a statement the arrest came after a car tag reader flagged a vehicle to suspect was driving, a suspect will be charged with murder and shooting with intent to kill and faces extradition to Oklahoma, authorities said the victims three men and one woman all Chinese citizens were shot dead on a ten acre property west of Hennessy, about 55 miles northwest of Oklahoma City, a 5th victim who was also a Chinese citizen was wounded. I Norman hall

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Privacy 101 With Jonathan Wu

The Breakdown

01:55 min | 4 months ago

Privacy 101 With Jonathan Wu

"Let's start with sort of a privacy kind of one O one. So your perception of first why privacy is important. Second, what's broken about privacy right now? And you can take that in the context of crypto slash DeFi, specifically, or you can kind of talk more broadly. And then three, maybe is sort of what you think the tradeoffs are as we currently kind of live within them. Yeah, for sure. A lot there. I mean, I would first say that a lot of people say things like privacy as a human right. And what that means to me is that privacy is a fundamental building block for our society that works. When you record all the things that you expect to be private in a given day, you'll realize that most of the things that you do are private. And so privacy is a human right means to me, like the right to your own thoughts, the right to your own intellectual property, what is intellectual property, something that you created in your own head. But I would say on blockchain privacy has three primary values in my mind. Number one, privacy as a mode of discretion. It's not very comfortable for everyone just to know what you're doing. And we like to say, if you don't care about privacy, then why don't you let people watch you shower? Well, rationally, there's no really strong reason, right? It's just like, it doesn't feel very comfortable. We know that privacy is really important from a security perspective because if everyone can see what you're doing, they know what you own, they can track your transactions, they confront on you. And then the last thing is privacy is a creative force. Privacy is a mechanism that we use to play a lot of different games. And people don't really like to think of it that way, but let's say you and I have a deck of cards and we wanted to play a game. And one of the requirements was that we had to play only games that were face up. It's a very small universe of games that we can play only with face up cards, right? And the whole deck is face up. That's basically what public blockchains are today. And so the introduction of privacy isn't just obfuscation of transactions for anonymity sake or confidentiality sake. It's also introducing a completely new mechanism for human behavior and coordination.

"wu" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

Skimm'd from The Couch

04:26 min | 5 months ago

"wu" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

"I think that's why I extend that empathy towards my abuser on fresh off the boat. The guy who raped me and stuff like that, not because I'm excusing them, not because I'm defending them, but because I think it's a practice that I am modeling that I hope everybody does. I'm Carly zakin, and I'm Danielle weisberg. Welcome to 9 to 5 ish with the skin. We've run into so many questions over the years and had so many moments where we needed advice and we got it from women who'd been there. And that's what we're bringing you with this show. Each week we're helping you get what you want out of your career by talking to the smartest leaders we know. Because we know your work life is a lot more than 9 to 5. All right, let's get into it. Hi everyone, today our guest is Golden Globe nominated actor Constance Wu. And for people listening as a trigger warning, we're going to be talking about sexual assault in this episode. From Crazy Rich Asians to her roles in hustlers and fresh off the boat, Constance has starred in a variety of films and TV shows. Aside from her acting career, Constance is also a writer, her new memoir, making a scene focuses on memories from childhood, experiencing heartbreak and how she quote made it in Hollywood. Constance, welcome to 9 to 5 ish. We like to start with a lightning round of questions to warm our guess up. So it's going to be quick questions, quick answers. Are you ready? Here we go. I'm ready. What was the first job you got paid for? I was a bread baker at Montana gold bread company in Richmond, Virginia. Let's talk about bread. Do you still bake bread? No. Okay. What kind of bread is your favorite bread? Sourdough probably. Okay, good, good choice. What is the last photo that you took? It's definitely of my daughter, that's all my photos. How old's your daughter? She's two. So cute. Are you an inbox zero person? I'm an inbox single digits number. I think that's very impressive as somebody who's like inbox 300,000. So I'm like, good for

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"wu" Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

05:35 min | 6 months ago

"wu" Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

"That's made me very sad. But the teacher who accused me, I did not when I wrote it, but I did reach out to her ten years after it happened when I was in college and going through a lot of therapy because it's still within my heart and I called into yours trying to prove to her. I was like, hey, remember me in 8th grade? I really wrote that, and it was wrong with you to do that to a kid. Like, oh my God. I tried to give her a piece of my mind. It didn't work. The writing essay was much more healing. Yeah, I bet I'm glad that you did that. Yeah. And I wish that mister frizzell was still alive for me to thank him by the time I wrote that and realized that he had passed away unfortunately. It's amazing the gifts. I mean, I hope everybody has a teacher like that. I don't think everybody does, but I certainly had a couple. It's so meaningful that stays with you. Like whatever it is they gave you or they defended. For you or they helped shape stays with you for your whole entire life. Your whole life, yeah. Was writing your book enormously cathartic because there you are actually like to write a book like it's quite something, I think, to tell your stories to open up. Did that feel like it answered some of that in a larger way. For yourself? Yeah, 100% because I might have told that story a million times in therapy. The telling of it versus the putting it down in language makes you think about it in a different way. And it actually makes it kind of more real. It's funny because it's like, sometimes it feels like physical wounds feel more real than emotional wounds because you have the scar to prove it, right? But emotional wounds have just as much of an effect on you. And it's almost feels like putting it down in written language is like the physical proof that it happened to you. And I think that's why it was healing. Because it opens the wound into the physical area so see it. This is the thing that happens. Now that I've put it in language, I can help give it to the time and care it needs to heal. And so it was yes, talk is great. I've been in therapy for like decades and I love it, but writing it down in language is something that is definitely very underrated and with healing. Talking is more cathartic, writing was more healing. Yeah, that's a really good way of putting it, talking as cathartic, writing is healing, yes. Exactly. I was told to journal. It's hard. I was told to journal so often, and it's so hard to do it, but it was actually easy to then go, you know, it's not the journaling. I need to write these hard stories. I need to or I want to try and I think exactly what you're saying. You need a structure to it. Yes. Isn't that interesting that rather than it like calcifying as you say it? I love that idea of words as scar tissue of proof of emotional trauma, even with a small tea or a big team. Yeah. Constants, thank you so much. I so appreciate your time. It's great talking to you. It really is fantastic. Well, thank you. I appreciate that. You can enjoy more of Constance's stories in her new book, making a scene out now. Many questions is hosted and written by me, many driver. Supervising producer, Aaron Kaufman, producer, Morgan lavoy, research assistant Marissa Brown. Original music, Surrey baby, by many driver. Additional music by Aaron Kaufman. Executive produced by me, Minnie Driver. Special thanks to Jim nicolay. We'll Pearson, Addison O'Day. Lisa costella and a unique oppenheim, a. De la pescado, Kate driver and Jason Weinberg and for constantly solicited tech support, Henry driver.

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"wu" Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

07:51 min | 6 months ago

"wu" Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

"Last meal? Wow. Probably Japanese chicken curry. It's like a comfort food for me and my mom used to make that like I just even thinking about how she would be like browning the onions and the skillet before making it. I love it, it's so good. Does she teach you how to cook? Nope. You don't cook. I don't cook she taught me a little bit of a little bit. I take it back. She tried to teach me how to cook. I didn't pay attention. Does she teach you younger sister? No, my younger sister is probably the same as me. My older two sisters are much better cooks. And I think she probably taught them better. I feel like the older kids, they have a more thorough experience with everything, right? Because by the younger kids, the parents are like, fuck it. I have a get on with it. I'm exhausted. Yeah, like do whatever you want, who cares? Yeah, exactly. It's funny my son is becoming a better cook now. How old is he? He was 14 yesterday. Oh my God. Yeah, it's bananas. Has it gone by so fast? That. I know, it's crazy. You don't feel you just don't feel any older. I don't feel any older. I don't feel any different. I don't feel any different than I was when I was 26. I mean, I thank God and very different, but I don't feel any different at all from the day that I had a minute it's the weirdest thing. In the new sneakers that I gave him, he is now taller than me. Oh my God, it's amazing. It's crazy. Like, I'm there still going. Do you remember when we did? He's like, yeah, I totally remember that. It was awesome. Now she would go get burgers, and I'm like, oh, I suppose so. And now he takes my hand across the street. Oh my God. Like I'm a little old lady. It's the nicest thing I have to say. How beautiful. He's fantastic. How old is your daughter? She just turned two. Oh my God, she's a baby bird. Oh my God, it's so fun though, just watching her become a person to go from this little nugget who like the other day I gave her my almost empty LaCroix can because if I give her a full one, she'll just dump the whole thing out. And she took it and tried to simp from it. Then she goes, nothing there. Thank you now. This is two year old, you know? She still goes in the corner to announce that she's pooping, you know? Like in her diaper. Oh my God, I love it. I know it's really fun. Nothing there. You can't fool me. There's nothing left in this one. Nothing here. Nothing in this can. I know they do go from being these little drunk blobs. Totally. Just sort of teetering and then suddenly they turn around and they're like, and they're also remembered they're getting the measure of us. That sort of watching and observing and going. Like, I know this person is going to give me absolutely everything. But how can I manipulate the rest? Out of them. Yeah, they're clever. They're clever and smart and we made them. Yeah. And it's our own fault. Hey, it's mini driver. What if you had insights into your genetics that could help you live healthier? How would you use that knowledge to change your life? You can hear me talk with 23andMe CEO Anne wojcicki about how insights from our DNA can affect our health journeys and the new season of the podcast spit from iHeartRadio and 23andMe. This season host baratunde Thurston explores how more and more people are finding out that DNA is more than ancestry. It's a key to understanding your health, your genetic profile can tell you if you are at an increased likelihood for developing a particular condition. Its knowledge that can help you make smarter choices about your health and your lifestyle. And the new season you'll hear me and 22 other podcasters and influencers discuss what genetics taught us about ourselves and how that knowledge can impact the way we live our lives. Listen to my episode out now on the iHeartRadio app or wherever you get your podcasts. The CVS Health commitment to women is here. We know that women's physical, mental and sexual health matters. That's why we're offering new women's health services available 7 days a week. Here, period health matters. So we're reducing prices on CVS Health brand period products by 25% and our goal is to eliminate the tax on period products nationwide because at CVS Health, healthier happens together. Learn more at CVS dot com slash women. Doing household chores can be very time consuming in tedious. And there's nothing more daunting than facing piles of laundry that need to be done. I mean, that can be overwhelming, and that was my last night, and it's pretty much my every other night. If you want to get those larger laundry loads done and get back to your life, try all free, clear mega packs. All free clear mega packs are bigger packs with two times the cleaning ingredients compared to a regular pack so you can tackle any laundry load with confidence. Now all I need is a bigger industrial size washer and dryer. All free clear mega packs are also 100% free of perfumes and dyes and gentle on skin, which is great for any family sensitive skin needs. So the next time that the whole family gets home from a long vacation or the kids get back from summer camp or whatever the situation that has you staring at a giant pile of dirty clothes, just know that all free clear mega packs have your back. They have mine between spit up, Dawson learning how to eat and Jared working at a restaurant. I see those loads. All the time. Today you could purchase all free clear mega packs at your local store. Today and conquer any laundry load. In your life, can you tell me about something that has grown out of a personal disaster? Yeah, you know, I mentioning my book a lot, but because my book is very formative for me and there's a chapter in which I talk about a thing that happened to me in 8th grade that I could never get over the pain of. And I've had objectively worse things happen to me in my life. It was just basically a teacher accusing me of not really writing my term paper and plagiarizing. But it's something that I just could never get over from when I'm 12 to now when I'm 40, still can't get over. But in the process of writing it, I took the time to think about how it also helped me. In a way that's so obvious, right? That I can't believe it took me, you know, almost 30 years to realize because she thought I plagiarized. She didn't have any proof because I didn't plagiarize. So what she did was she went to all my other teachers and made them say to my face. Like, I don't believe you're good enough to have written it. And that was her proof. I know it's gonna make me cry even talking about it now because it was like because you can't find the proof, you know, you're gonna make all the teachers say to my face, you're not good enough, but the only teacher who believes that I was good enough to have written it was my drama teacher. And I'm like, oh my God, how did it take me 30 years to realize that the only teacher? And I didn't use someone to be an actress who believed in me was my drama teacher, and I ended up becoming an actress. I mean, it's like, it's crazy to think about, but that's definitely something that has stuck with me and I didn't realize for 30 years how it has shaped me and helped me in a way that I really appreciate because I was just focusing on the pain of it so much. I'm really sorry that happened. Oh, it's okay. No, it's the worst. It's the word to be accused of something that you didn't do. And to not be able to put that down. That 8th grade teacher and my job teacher, mister frizzle, who believed in me, that really altered my life. Did you talk to your drama teacher about that whole thing? He unfortunately passed away. I looked back for him when I was writing it and I realized it and he passed away. I think he had a heart attack a while ago. So

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"wu" Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

04:59 min | 6 months ago

"wu" Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

"My guest today is actor Constance Wu. Constance has starred in the film's Crazy Rich Asians, hustlers, and the TV series fresh off the boat. She's been included in Time Magazine's list of the hundred most influential people in the world, and she has just had a new book published. Her book, making a scene, is a series of essays that delve into her memories of childhood, young love and heartbreak, and more devastatingly, sexual assault and harassment. It was really interesting reading about her experience of life inside Hollywood, and her stories offer a behind the scenes look at being Asian American in the entertainment industry, and the continuing evolution of her own identity and influence in the public eye. We bonded over a shared love of margaery Williams 1922 book, the velveteen rabbit, and I really, really enjoyed our conversation. What relationship real or fictionalised defines love for you? I write about this in my book. There's a chapter called real love. And it's actually about my pet bunny rabbit. And I'm not saying that my pet bunny rabbit epitomizes real love because I have had greater love affairs than the one with my pet. But in the end, I talk about a section in that children's book, the velveteen rabbit. Oh yeah. Where he talks about what is real and what is real love and it's not about how you're made and the skin horse says something like usually by the time you're real, all your hair has been loved off and your eyes have dropped out and you're really shabby and it hurts sometimes. But it doesn't matter because by the time you're real, that kind of thing doesn't matter. And if somebody thinks that matters, then they just don't understand. That story, I think, really epitomizes real love, velveteen rabbit. I think that was probably the first book that I cried with my mother about. It's beautiful. Gosh, that's such a gentle choice of a definition of love and over book as well. It's funny the wisdom you find in a kid's book. I know. You don't think you've would, but then there's just such moving wisdom and developing rabbit is a perfect example of that. I agree. It's beautiful. I'm really sad. We read that along with this book called the water babies, which is another unfathomably English book that is super, super sad, but you think it's a kids book about kids who would like chimney sweeps. You know in the Victorian era, they would send little children because they were tiny and they could fit up the chimneys and they could clean them out. Oh my God. It was a uniquely British sort of torture small children. Anyway, it's about one of these little chimney sweeps and how he comes down into the bedroom of this girl in the fancy house and becomes her friend and it is about friendship and about love. But of course because it's, I guess it was written in like the 1920s. Like the child he dies in the end. And I remember like closing the book and being like, you can't. This can't be real. Like he can't actually. He can't actually die and my mother was like, yes, he did. Shall we watch Sesame Street? But in a way, this is how children's books are deep because it's like, these are real life things that happen that children are going to have to understand. I mean, I got to read that book, man. Not the water, the water babies. It's cool the water babies, and it's listen. When I say that he dies, he does die because I did a lot of research into the book, but there's this whole world that he goes into underneath the water. And you realize that it's the death process. Right, it's a metaphor. And he finds all these characters and all these people and you realize that the writer was really trying to say that there is freedom and death from the kind of the poverty and oppression of the suffering of human experience. However, as a little child, it's pretty devastating but also I don't know it stayed with me my whole life in the same way those are the two books the velveteen rabbit and the water babies were the two books from my childhood that I will reread them and love them. And there's a reason why they're classics because they were able to just hit that spot in your heart. Exactly. I'm going to go and reread. It's your bunny current. Yes. She's still downstairs right now. She's 9 years old. Funny, does she go to sit with you ever? She does. She comes in my trailer almost every day. In her eye has also dropped out just like developing rabbit. She only has one eye. It didn't drop out. I had to remove it because she had a cataract and like whatever. But it's funny the parallel. Oh my gosh. It is funny the parallels. In Chinese astrology. Are you a rabbit? I wish. No, I'm a dog. What are you? I'm a dog. Really? Yes. Oh, that's funny. So cool. Yeah. But they get on really well with rabbits. Yes, they do. And everybody loves a dog. Who doesn't love a dog? Bad people. Bad people don't like dogs. That's it. I'm sorry.

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"wu" Discussed on They Call Us Bruce

They Call Us Bruce

04:15 min | 8 months ago

"wu" Discussed on They Call Us Bruce

"Staff writer for the Atlantic, one of the most savvy and interesting voices documenting the pandemic, Catherine J Wu. Catherine, thank you, Katie. Thank you for joining us on the show. Thank you so much for having me. I will try to be savvy and interesting for you. You already done so on the Internet. I will say upfront, I have so much respect for you and the work that you do because we're two plus I don't know forever into like ten years into this pandemic. We have shown on all levels just a failure and breakdown of like leadership, policy, you know, capitalism, all these things that are just informed the way we responded to this disease and most of it has just basically failed. But credible science journalism has really been the only thing we can count on to be informed to be reliable communicators in this because I was like, oh my gosh, like imagine if we had to go through this 20 years ago without the nature of the way communication has allowed us to access just basic information and so your work has been extremely valuable, extremely just vital, actually. Honestly, in survival, to put it that way. Thank you. It really Beacon of light in a thunderous storm. But for real, the very act of deciding to pursue what must be in a lot of ways, something of a frustrating and incredibly challenging career trying to convince people of basic facts and science. And the fact that medicine works when you actually pursue it, we want to begin really with just how one takes that first step in the journey. I mean, you went to a decent school as I understand. And got in the way to another decent school and got a bunch of degrees. You have a PhD, right? And then you decided to do what my parents called throwing away all of that to pursue a career in journalism.

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Taiwan holds drills, says China seeks control of seas

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

Taiwan holds drills, says China seeks control of seas

"Taiwan has begun live fire military drills to test combat readiness Taiwan's foreign minister Joseph Wu says the drills are a rehearsal for an invasion of the island China has been conducting military exercises that have included launching missiles into waters near Taiwan's coast and it said those drills were prompted by last week's visit to Taiwan by U.S. House speaker Nancy Pelosi but Taiwan's foreign minister says China is just using Pelosi's visit as a pretext and that China aims to annex Taiwan which it claims has its own territory Wu says China has no right to interfere in or alter the Taiwanese people's democratic process or interaction with other nations I'm Donna water

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Tie for lead after 3 rounds

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 8 months ago

Tie for lead after 3 rounds

"Pre tournament favorite Rory McIlroy and talented Norwegian Victor hovland share the third round lead at the British open at saint Andrews both posted 6 under 66s hovland's version the only bogey free round of the day They are now tied at 16 under a considerable four shots clear of the field the two camera and Smith and young are next at 12 under both staying in touch despite difficult third rounds while number one Scotty scheffler and sea Wu kin 5 Beckett 11 under are the only other players with a realistic chance of winning I'm Graham

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Rahm hangs on to win Mexico Open for 1st win since US Open

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 11 months ago

Rahm hangs on to win Mexico Open for 1st win since US Open

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Songs by Wu-Tang, Alicia Keys added to Recording Registry

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Songs by Wu-Tang, Alicia Keys added to Recording Registry

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"wu" Discussed on Asian American History 101

Asian American History 101

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"wu" Discussed on Asian American History 101

"Wu was given over 15 awards honorary degrees and she held about a dozen memberships and learned societies. We worked at Columbia until her retirement in 1981. After she retired, she tried to inspire young girls to pursue careers in the sciences. She participated in educational programs and prominently spoke about her struggles while working in the sciences as a woman. She spoke of the difficulties she found obtaining recognition for her work, and she hoped to inspire women across the U.S. and China. She passed away on February 16th, 1997, and her ashes were buried in the courtyard of Ming day school in China, the school her father started. Wu is considered the greatest female scientist in the 20th century in China, and she has inspired many physicists with her work. She faced adversity, but she pushed through and made a multitude of huge advancements in science. Doctor Chen Cheng Wu was a trailblazer and made a space for herself and others where there wasn't one before. It's incredible that she, even though she wasn't able to go back or live in China, they regard her as the greatest female scientist in the 20th century in China. Yeah. Because, I mean, she did start some of her career there, but the majority of her findings were in America, but I mean, she really went on to inspire a whole generation in China and it is a little sad that she's not as recognized in America. I mean, she is recognized for some of her bigger works, but at the same time, she doesn't really hold that title of or in America, she's not really recognized as one of the greatest female scientists in American history, or at least she's not talked about. I mean, we barely had heard. I'd heard of her, but not the level of detail that we researched. And like what I'd heard of from about her was really just the textbook mention of the Wu experiment..

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"wu" Discussed on Asian American History 101

Asian American History 101

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"wu" Discussed on Asian American History 101

"Less than two hours. Before she entered the national central university, Wu spent a summer preparing because she felt her studies at the suzhou school didn't prepare her for the university classes. She encouraged by her father, received three books to help her study trigonometry, algebra, and geometry. In the fall of 1930, she first majored in mathematics later on, she transferred to physics. Wu was active in student politics and was elected a student leader by her fellow colleagues because she was one of the top students at the university. Her involvement in politics was overlooked by authorities because of how highly she ranked at the university. She led protests to try and push the Chinese government to take a harder stance against Japan, one famous protest that she led was a sit in at the presidential pounds in Nanjing, and she along with other students met Chiang Kai-shek at that sit in. She graduated in 1934 and for two years, Wu worked as an assistant at zhejiang, university. She ended up becoming a researcher at the institute of physics of the academia sinica. It was there that she met gujin, who was Wu supervisor and a female professor. Gu jingwei earned her PhD abroad at the University of Michigan, and she encouraged me to also go abroad to the U.S. to complete her PhD. Goo was an important role model for Wu, and eventually Wu was accepted into the University of Michigan. Her uncle paid for her schooling, and she left for the U.S. with her friend and chemist dong rofin. Wu would never see her parents again. Chang Cheng Wu and dong rufin arrived in San Francisco in 1936, and there whoo toward the University of California in Berkeley. She ended up enrolling in Berkeley instead where she met Luke chalu yuen. A physicist, yuan introduced her to the radiation laboratory. There were other reasons Wu chose to attend Berkeley and one of those was the rampant sexism at the University of Michigan. She learned that women weren't allowed to use the front entrance. And then decided to study at a more liberal college, meaning Berkeley. One other big reason was the facilities at Berkeley. It was where the first cyclotron particle accelerator was. Since Ernest O Lawrence was the director of the radiation laboratory at Berkeley. Another reason she abandoned her plans to study at Michigan was because the head of the physics department, Raymond T burge, offered her a place in the Berkeley graduate school even though the academic year had already started. While that sounds nice, just know that later on when we applied for a scholarship after her first year at Berkeley, birds were rejected both her and yuan due to prejudice against Asian students. She was instead offered a readership with a lower stipend..

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"wu" Discussed on They Call Us Bruce

They Call Us Bruce

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"wu" Discussed on They Call Us Bruce

"Something like that. I can totally get behind that. And it's like, this is where we see the juncture point between the past and the future. Like you said, you know, it's time to leave a new legacy. The arcade legacy. There's a PacMan machine in there. Well, thank you so much for sharing with us not just the months and months of run up in the years and years of preparation that got you here, but also the first few weeks of what has already been just a storied really just incredibly looking forward to see what happens next. I mean, as you know, the Boston area is like a third home for me. And I've offered up my firstborn to the altar of I can't wait to draft it. But yes, thank you again. Mir Wu, thank you again, Michelle, for joining us. Thank you so much. You're an inspirational figure. And as I expressed on this podcast before, I'm always looking for role models for my daughter and you are certainly one of them. So thank you for just all that you've done and so far and all that you will do and what's coming up and can't wait to see what happens with you and thank you. Thank you, mer whoo. Thank you so much. Say hi to her for me. I will. All right, that does it for this episode of they call us Bruce. Thank you so much.

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"wu" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"wu" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

"Said for their night. If anything for their 90s output, you know. And maybe subsequent albums weren't as good, but at least we're happy that they were still doing it, you know? Because. You know, we love routine. We want to see them. We want to see them together. We want to see them thrive, you know? And it's like, they are family and fans have become part of that family, you know? So we are all we are always pulling for Wu Tang. I really want to thank you for your time today and honestly for this book. And even for those listening because the podcast that I do, we do a lot of different things. Even if you weren't even like the biggest Wu Tang, the history, the foundation of hip hop learning about this and learning about the industry and then learning about all these guys that defied the odds and stuck it out and never said it, you know what, let's just cut half the guys out, which probably a lot of people would have done. As you mentioned, and we've heard before, their mothers knew each other. So there's a connection here that's beyond just the art part of this. You do just a tremendous job. It's one of my favorite books I've read in the last year or so, so thanks a lot, man. I appreciate it. We respect, man. Thanks very much. And I've enjoyed talking about, I can talk. I can talk about Wu Tang for days. So thank you for giving me the opportunity to spout off a little bit. Absolutely. By the book, you will not be disappointed, you know? You're going to learn about so much besides music so much besides hip hop, you know, because that's a beautiful thing about Wu Tang. You know, it's like there's so much knowledge,.

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"wu" Discussed on The Breakdown with NLW

The Breakdown with NLW

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"wu" Discussed on The Breakdown with NLW

"For a lot of builders who are really drawn to the ethos of web three, they just kind of look at like, okay, one of my building and what layer one is best suited for one and building specifically, do I care more about security today or do I care more about speed of settlement today? It is a little bit less of a ideological debate. I feel like sometimes I'm such a crypto boomer in the space where I'm like, back in my day, we used to debate about this and that and like, ha ha, I wasn't even called defiant like no one cares. You know, they're just like, okay, that doesn't have anything to do with what I wanna build. Welcome back to the breakdown with me and LW. It's a daily podcast on macro Bitcoin and the big picture power shifts remaking our world. The breakdown is sponsored by nigg and produced and distributed by coin desk. What's going on guys? It is Wednesday, December 29th, and today I am delighted to welcome back to the breakdown Catherine Wu. Some of you know Catherine Wu from her days at massari, some of you know her from her incredible crypto legal annotations which always blow up Twitter as soon as she drops them..

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"wu" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

The Bad Crypto Podcast

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"wu" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

"For example, we have solutions for customers who want to join the D 5 money. It's we call it kind of a CD 5 in a certify, but the interface is kind of a sci-fi. It's just a move with fingers around just a few connect. There will be able to start mining those that defect protocols in compound in curve. I think that that's kind of a unique approach between the difference between measures for the larger providers. I like how you say you're earning interest should be easy and it should be easy in the traditional finance world. You're not getting much interest. And so defy really helps a lot of folks, you know, to take control and you're going to become your own bank and you're going to do a lot of good stuff. Instead of like getting rid of your Bitcoin, how about you how about you loan it out and gain interest on it and it's just a smarter way to do things. I want to actually I want to flip this a little bit because, you know, in the nature of time, I want to ask you about this, you know, 'cause you big on Bitcoin, you mind Bitcoin, you saw Bitcoin really early. If you were starting out now, right? What would you start investing in? Like say, you know what? You've just borrowed a 100,000 you want from the family. What are some of the projects that you go, oh, I'm not saying this is not financial advice from jihan Wu, I'm just saying, what are you looking at that interest you that you think, ah, these are some of the things that could take off down the road or how would you suggest our listeners start thinking about the future for the biggest potential returns down the road? I think the biggest potential is still the most weight of work. Right now, IPD is still your room. Still kind of the leading in the innovation, so if I think that the.

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"wu" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

The Bad Crypto Podcast

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"wu" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

"We're glad to finally have the inspiration for the blockchain hero mega mine on this show. So join us in saying, woohoo, as we welcome jihan Wu to episode number 557. Of the bad crypto podcast. Who's that? Solo Travis Ryan, we get to check another OG off the list today because we finally got Jihad Wu to come to the show. You know, you know, what's interesting is I was thinking about that. I was like, I was kind of surprised that we got Jihad Wu before we got one of the week of IR. I know. That we have they're both on the bingo card. I mean, sooner. One of the you know gotta get both of them just one of them. We were so close, like Cameron was like pre booked, but we didn't pre pre book. It's gonna happen eventually. And we want Michael sailor to come on the show. Hey, sailor. Hey, sweetie. Come on to the doll. I reached out to Hester pierce again the other day, crypto mom. The SEC and no reply. You know, I think some of these people see the name bad krypton. They're like, why would I want to be? I thought about that whenever we started the show, but it's part of the deal folks. The okay crypto podcast. Yeah. It's like come on my crypto show. Yeah. So welcome to the show. You guys get it. You get us. You understand us. We're so glad this is the show for the crypto curious and the crypto serious. Travis Wright, Joel comm here. We are the blockchain blockheads. The crypto clowns, the defy do phi, the NFL. And the nifty networks. The networks. That's it, the nifty network. It might have been 50 nerds, but I like nifty nitwits. That actually sounds like a great name for a show of its own. The nifty nitwits. Saturday morning cartoon show or something. You know, what a Saturday morning cartoon show will, like of all the generative characters are coming together and doing stuff. It's going to happen that's going to happen. We're going to see cartoon series spring out of these NFTs as we discussed on the nifty show and a lot of the NFT projects are tied to gaming, which is why Anna moka is leading the way. I mean, you want to talk NFT as they've got them in F one delta time. They've got them in the sandbox, the crazy defense heroes, gamey, quid has minta balls now. These guys are revolutionizing the way in gaming. Check out what they're up to at animal brands dot com and you will learn more. Yes, you will. And as we say, everything that Anna moka touches turns to gold, pretty much, like everything.

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Wu Advances in Boston Mayor Race; Opponent Too Early to Call

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Wu Advances in Boston Mayor Race; Opponent Too Early to Call

"Boston will elect a woman of color mayor but the first time in its history no matter who wins in November following last night's runoff Democrat Michelle Lewin Asian American city council was the top vote getter in last night's run off election today was an incredibly important step in November is when the big big decision comes despite the tight race for second place two female candidates of color conceded leaving fellow councillor on these sobbing George who is Arab Americans lose a parent challenger this is about our city this is about our future this is about the people of Boston body from W. H. D. H. the only male in the race was also a candid of color trailed far behind I'm Julie Walker

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The Tight Race for Second in the Boston Mayoral Race

Radio Boston

02:00 min | 1 year ago

The Tight Race for Second in the Boston Mayoral Race

"Elections are about. Who's going to win. I know that seems obvious. But it is worth noting because we have a really interesting situation unfolding with the preliminary election for boston mayor according to two polls over the last few days it looks like this may actually be a race for second. So let's try and make sense of those polls ahead of thursday's debate which radio boston and wb. You are are co hosting with. W c the boston globe and the mccormick graduate school of policy and global studies at umass boston here to help us do that. Steve casella president of the mass inc polling group. Steve is a friend of the show and massinc polling conducted one of the polls with policy for progress new democracy coalition housing forward massachusetts and education reform now advocacy steve. Welcome back to radio boston to be here. So lots of new information in the last few days steve. You're pulling data came out. Friday than the globe suffolk university. Poll released today both have city council member. Michelle woo polling. At around thirty percent they also have this cluster of acting miracle janey an council members and ib george andrea campbell. Really tight together for second so the first question does it mean that wu has her place in this preliminary election solidly in hand. Well i think we did. Nothing's certain you know nothing solid until everything's over you know that's one thing i mean. Just a fact about municipal elections is that They can change much more quickly than say a partisan election. you know. there's no republican. There's no democrat on the ballot. There's no kind of mental shortcut. People can take to where there's only one candidate that's anywhere near my as a voter my ideological space. So i'm definitely going to choose this one. You know in municipal elections. There might be three or four candidates that you're still choosing between so you know certainly you would like to be michelle Michelle lewis campaign given the numbers that that are the way they are. But i i certainly wouldn't say you know. There's no way that anything else can happen

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Manchin Calls for 'Pause' on Biden's $3.5T Plan

The Larry Elder Show

02:09 min | 1 year ago

Manchin Calls for 'Pause' on Biden's $3.5T Plan

"Mansion warns democrats. Hit the pause button on biden sweep three and a half trillion dollar plan The the democrats are going to need in order to get this thing passed. Obviously they can pass it in the house right. They've got the numbers in the house. But the senate is a totally different story. You have It's a fifty fifty tie and then you have. Vp harris. That would have to break a tie. But and then you get one person you get mansion. Are you get cinema and arizona. That break ranks the breaks rank. Then all of a sudden things are out the window. But here's what senator mansion is warning. And i hate to have to count on senator manchin to be honest with you but You know he's he. He's looking at the tea leaves. He's on he understands what's going on. Senator manchin said democrats shouldn't hit pause or or should hit pause sorry on biden's three and a half trillion spending package. Firing a significant warning shot at his. Party's top legislative priority mansion during remarks this week at west. Virginia chamber of commerce event pointed to concerns about listen to this. He's listening to the people. This is exactly what republicans are saying. Runaway inflation is his concern. Listen we got this delta variant of the wuhan virus. He says corona virus. But it's wu han buyers and botch withdraw. He says botch withdrawn afghanistan. A to float slowing down with his The centerpiece of biden's economic agenda. He says and i quote if the countries facing what we're facing now i would ask my colleagues and all of the senate to hit the pause button on three and a half trillion dollars Let's sit back. let's see what happens. We have so much on our plate. He says we really have an awful lot. I think that would be the prudent wise thing to do. I know they're going to go nuts right now because what i said is going to all my caucus in washington referring to the to his democratic colleagues. But he said. But i'm thinking of it from the standpoint of where we are as a nation today

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The Next Apple Watch May Be Delayed Due to Manufacturing Issues

Techmeme Ride Home

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

The Next Apple Watch May Be Delayed Due to Manufacturing Issues

"Watch out see when i did there. Lots of apple. Watch news this morning and the first bit ain't good a source is telling debbie wu and mark gherman that apple's upcoming watch is suffering production snags as manufacturers adjust to a new design likely leading to supply constraints or shipment delays quoting bloomberg. The device is expected to have a larger screen alongside a faster processor. Bloomberg has reported the upgrade has brought manufacturing challenges according to the person who asked not to be identified because the situation isn't public nikkei reported earlier that production of the device has been delayed due to the complexity of the new watch manufacturers of the product began small scale production last week but didn't get satisfactory. Output nikkei said the new watches also have screened technology. That bring that display closer to the cover glass using a different lemonade. Technique bloomberg previously reported that display layer may be causing some of the production woes. The person said and quote

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Author K.T. McFarland on the Great Decline of America

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | 1 year ago

Author K.T. McFarland on the Great Decline of America

"Jumping over to our guest line. There is a lot of odd judah going on out there and don't think that we're not being targeted as a weak country. Katie mcfarland our great friend. Who's on our show here in houston. Every friday wrote the book. Revolution trump washington. We the people she was deputy national security adviser for our great real president donald trump but the biggest news is. She's a grandma again. High grandma mac grandma here and i'm doing fine. Thank you so much for any. Mac i love it and you know it's amazing your lovely daughter. State rep down here in florida and sarasota had another baby another grandchild but the world the baby's coming into katie mcfarland. Am i don't watch. What a mess. Right now Internationally we're seen as incredibly weak. The commies are onus from china the invasion on our southern border. We'll have two million two point five million twenty percent. Now we're find out. Have the wu han. What a mess. Katie yeah and if it only gonna get worse. The chinese right now are having an internal debate about a whether they help america out whether they bail america because they've determined america is on an inevitable decline and they're on an absolutely preordained. Rise and in america within the next couple of years in the biden administration so dive administration is going to have such severe inflation That they have that. America's economy is going to collapse or china's going to have to loan us some money and so that's the debate. They're having you know it's it's really scary. This is not like a generation for now. This is happening in real time and i really put a lot of it right at the feet of the administration. They're very similar to what jimmy carter did in the nineteen seventies. The problem is now. The recovery of the united states is going to be all that much more difficult for the next president in two thousand twenty four

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"wu" Discussed on The Gargle

The Gargle

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"wu" Discussed on The Gargle

"Falling downstairs until noon. That's cool the shkreli paradox. The the trolling thing. You know where it's like. Yeah literally and six people that you could you have to kill all of them or you can just run over mountains. And you're like well. I mean i guess. I don't wanna be the one to pull the lever but someone's gonna pull the lever and we're all going to make the same decision should be distinguished philosophically from the trolley problem. Which is where you can either. A call thousand people at once or get a thousand people to call screener. When there's there's also the issue of cat which is the cat is in a box and if you open the box that is or is not a real piece of shit paradox. all cats are real phase of shit. Yup the word said that they were adopting a four hundred year old renaissance approach to music. Because forget as a commissioned commodity as solve antidote to the music streaming services in the sort of online piracy nature. The way music is now released and they did successfully a four hundred year old road. Ice start approach in. They made it of one crazy ridge asshole. This whole story made me feel slightly better about my lake. Basically lifelong relationship to hip hop culture. Because these the issues of like cultural appropriation and who has like a legitimate claim to art and culture. And i'm a big rap music lover. And i sometimes feel like oh and my appropriating and then now i go well. At least i didn't buy the only copy of a wu tang album and let no one else ear in. I'm probably. I feel like the best thing about medieval music production which is just showing up in. Someone's whole telling them how great they were in their wife. Don't know they didn't do that using song. About how strong your arms are and then you can take me to my chain. I mean there's a guy in the group named the. I actually saw the tag cloud about two a half years ago. They take a very innovative approach to everything including how they handle the deceased former members because all day busted rip is of course joined the great wu tang clan in the sky and he was replaced at the cake by his son who is consistently referred to us young day busted. Yeah i've also seen that in. Which is so funny. Because i mean they must know that it's funny to call someone like young bastard whose specifically what you know about him is his patrilineal because older disaster dislike. There's father to his style and they're like well young dirty bastard. There is a father to be all dirty bastard. It's such a good name as my father. One said baby. I like it. Roll all dirty bastards. Move komi young dirty so out of five stars. How would we rank this unheard. We tang clan album see so this is truly showed injures tang album because it could be because no one can hear it so it could be great and it could be terrible so it's both great and terrible just in its anticipation so i give it both one and five stars. Great and terrible cate blanchet at the beginning of the lord of the rings movie ought listen. I'm willing to accept that..

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"wu" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"wu" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"To tell you what is trending today on god's green earth or whatever you call this thing this flat disc spinning through this guy first up. We got wu. Tang album is trending. Because i don't know if you remember martin shkreli that hedge fund fucking goon who like up the price on pharmaceuticals to like. Just make himself a very wealthy person overnight. He bought like a one of one copy of wu tang album that was not released and it was like over two million dollars and people were like what the fuck is going on with this. He had to sell it to or not. He had to sell the government. Stray seized it from him as part of the The lawsuit that he lost Against you know for all of his financial nonsense and then they auctioned it and it got over two million dollars and it went to a mystery buyer so anna how are you do you do you. Do you know who it was. A you know who. Where does that money go to pay for his like like the damage is basically that yes. So they're like okay. Well can go to rooney mooney do into like what you have a two million dollar wu tang album so we'll take that and will liquidate that But yeah i think sound like seven point four million or something that he does. I imagine at some like white geriatric millennial who made money in like the tech game and loves hip hop and loves the sneaker game and sometimes says problematic shit to his people of color friends. That's why i imagined bought it. But then points to the fact that he can. He knows every wu tang lyric to be like well. I'm not racist bro. Like if i was raised. I wouldn't like wu tang. I'm pretty sure that's how yeah we know..

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"wu" Discussed on Front Burner

Front Burner

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"wu" Discussed on Front Burner

"Let's return to the kris wu case and the reaction this inspired. What impact might this case. You think the reaction. This inspired having the long run right. Now it's hard to say because You know. I think it gets yesterday. There please has just released their investigation results so quickly. You know it's hard to believe and then we're like so many details. That are so puzzling right now. I mean i think the first thing that really caught my attention was the please frame doom age who as someone who trying to gain attention for alleging rape against when i saw that i just felt well again. It's the public or government. Think women tried to get something wrong to think that it's consensual. I mean so. It's very hard swallow every time. I want to see this kind of reaction on the public or government but i mean this case. Has you know ended. We'll see how the public where act so with everything. We talked about today and with the reaction. We've heard around this kris wu story. Where do you think. China's metoo movement stands right now like do you think it's moving in the right direction. Well i think. I am hopeful i would say. The women's rights activism in china is one of the most inspiring movements human rights movements in china. As i said you know there's just so many things. That are so depressed about china. You know nationalism censorship you know the president of probably is going to be the president forever. Politically just very depressing for the when you going to the chinese internet. They're just this woman. Despite all those cultural repression political impression a repression. They're all getting together telling their own story. You know speaking up the there's this tremendous sauce of solidarity feeling of solidarity. If you follow the chinese social media. I can't emphasize more that given china's severe political repression..

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"wu" Discussed on Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal

Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"wu" Discussed on Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal

"I don't care how you do it whether you meditate. Pray use crystals stones call upon. Saint michael the archangel for his patronage. You get where. I'm going with us right gorgeous. Soul because you don't know who are what is on the other side of that vale when you make contact it could be a good spirit or it could be something else entirely different be safe. Don't be stupid what you see in movies and paranormal television shows like ghost adventures It's nothing compared to reality places on delayed things that can be wanted. People can opt jason much more. Keep that in mind a little food for thought if you will. I'm afraid that is all a halfway though. If you joins us episode. Which i hope he did my friends. My family go check out the lean tree for the show and follow along the show social media pages we got the official haughtily yours. Facebook page With a haunting yours. paranormal lounge where he can find out about the show and other shows as well as anything and everything kerr normal benz Different ghosts and ceasing funny. Paranormal pictures videos. What have you also. There's instagram there is twitter. There's tiktok there's even clubhouse the official link is l. i can t our period e backslash haughtily yours paranormal most importantly. Don't forget to review and subscribe. I cannot stress this enough please..

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