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"wales" Discussed on The Wonkhe Show - the higher education podcast

The Wonkhe Show - the higher education podcast

06:02 min | 3 weeks ago

"wales" Discussed on The Wonkhe Show - the higher education podcast

"The one key show. We cheat y pipe of christmas. Well we'll brown up. The speculation will west to once in. Wales p resumes out will discover out fat in the pedantic and the new dates route from iran is coming up. The flexibility students have afforded over the last eighteen months. They're asking for the flexibility. To some extent remain and if we as a sector decide to keep that flexibility then place coming to a university campus leaving on campus may not be as important as we have seen over the last decade. Welcome to the monkey show. We came to this week's higher education vs policy and analysis. I'm you'll high skip dickinson and head to help us understand. What's going on this week. Contrite sector of terrific guests guilford osama connie's the pbc education at the university of surrey. Asami highlight of the week please. He has been fabulous testifying. The students who are now really worrying ever the exam but you know we're helping them out with their exams which are coming up assessments of the middle of the week excellent stuff. I mean bombers debbie holy professor of learning innovation at born at the university w highlight the weeklies. Well we've had graduation this week and this morning as i'm here we're running an online exam for four hundred fifty students so there we go. That's a good week. Fantastic stuff finding lost to share somewhere. No one's really show. Where david kernahan he's won ki's associate editor at your highlight of the way. Please leave in the world of the work for the moment Gigs are back. My band played at the weekend. It was a halloween gig. We all dressed up. We played halloween songs. That was fabulous. Lovely We won't be able to clip of that lighter so yes we start this week with a potential white paper other than stuff on our anti there was scant mention of hp and the spending review and budget last week leaves a bunch of questions hanging and we hear that may well mean the white paper on eight coming before christmas to include things on fees and funding all response. Maybe p q i stuff on spelling start chiefs. Who knows debbie was thinking about what we could say about this. I actually went back to the original paper which was presented in parliament. Way back in may two thousand nine hundred nineteen and it just struck me that this was review of both education funding and the funding side seems to have kind of taken in conversation sins. I think the overview was setting out key principles saying it's a story of both and neglect and this depends on students whether that the fifty percent who participate in h. e. or the rest and there's a huge disparity and it just struck me and all the fuss and clatter and policy briefings. We've kind of lost sight of the students. So two principles stood out for me principle. Seven that post eighteen education cannot be left entirely to market for this and that are post education post. Eighteen education needs to be forward looking is going to be a response. I'm wondering how you can create a compelling narrative because if you look at the other policy areas it's quite complex because we've got lifelong learning has kind of you know very high on the agenda and expecting all of us to have portfolio careers in the future and then doing one set of skills eighteen and being sorted so that seems little dated so it sounded like lifelong learning seem to be perhaps a little higher up the political arena and we've already had announcements on efi funding so yeah. I'm not sure with all the other things that are going on. And the announcements of cash nipping kind of re announced about five times with chile. The space there for a compelling narrative to respond that puts the students at the heart interesting. I mean look daycare. We say this a lot. Olga was of commissioned and launched in a very very different political climate. Even though it was actually not long ago in. I mean it was quite a long time ago but it just you know. Politics is completely change. Doesn't it the thing that people forget about. Olga is the amount of it that has been responded to and the amount that as being a delivered. The leading up eventually funding wasn't inaugur is happening. The lifelong learning entitlement all similar arrangements were in order and are happening. changes to apprenticeships making them easier for employers to run worried. All on the happening. So alo- is a very different time in politics. I mean the this was supposed to be a quick review after the twenty seventeen election. When people got scared about jeremy corbyn remember that that was a thing but we don't really have anything comparable going on. At the moment. We do have the big pieces of policy machinery. The lifelong learning entitlement. Keep screaming to anyone. That will listen is massive. Change everything in twenty twenty five. We only really have two years before that. So won't get on the site this week. If you've already got two years before a big change that you know is happening already and you know that people generally light because the leave a fundamentally is a good idea Speaking administered and sat at particularly ham-fisted way. But it is a good idea. It's racing you do. Why on earth would you ruin that and Spoiled a pitch for your own election stuff beforehand to make a change and do some fee cats sauce fiddling around the edges.

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If Masks Work, Why Aren't They Working?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:24 min | Last month

If Masks Work, Why Aren't They Working?

"Australia has ironically turned into a prison colony They want that here in the United States Listen to the Carrie chant from New South Wales in Australia explain how the mask who she can't produce a shred of evidence will do anything to stop the coronavirus pandemic I give you the golden rule the money ball rule right He's a good hit or why doesn't he hit good When you apply the money ball rule to masks Notice how liberals they sit there and they start to foam at the mouth and scream when you ask them basic questions like if masks work why are mass working anywhere Why we've gone through billions of masks billions of masks and yet nothing's changing Why is that If master so effective why is nothing changing But listen to Kerry Chan from Australia explain This will be coming here soon How listen you may be wearing masks inside for a really long time not just now because they love the visual symbol of fear Play that cut Your level of restrictions what you permit it may be that we actually have indoor mask wearing So yes and this virus may throw us curveballs There may be you know we've got the delta variant but help us if we have another variant If you listen to the podcast earlier producer Joe caught on to something in that clip I didn't know the delta variant gave you curve balls I don't know what curveballs are I mean I know what a

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Reward increased to $2.5M for information in slaying of Seattle federal prosecutor

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Reward increased to $2.5M for information in slaying of Seattle federal prosecutor

"Cross your reporting reward money has been increased for information helping solve the killing of a U. S. prosecutor in Seattle rewards now totaling two point five million dollars have been announced for information in the killing of federal prosecutor Thomas C. Wales in Seattle twenty years ago Nicholas brown the new U. S. attorney for the western district of Washington announce the justice department has doubled its reward to two million dollars at a ceremony Monday marking the death of Wales in addition the national association of former U. S. attorneys is offering about five hundred thousand dollars for information helping solve the case Wales was an eighteen year veteran of the U. S. attorney's office he was fatally shot through a basement window of his home on October eleventh two thousand one hi

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"wales" Discussed on Ghostly

Ghostly

07:32 min | Last month

"wales" Discussed on Ghostly

"It's one of those kinds of things. I don't know it's me i. I actually had a hard time seeing it at first. Because i didn't i did too. I didn't look at it when it was like the circled part greg because i wanted like hey i want to see you know what it you know if i can see where this is and it actually took me a minute to find it And so i see what you're saying where there's like kinda son that's coming down But man that part where the figure is. I mean that is really it is really distinct. I have a hard time seeing like the people behind it. I see no people. I think you know. She said they zoomed in and kind kinda looked at it that way so i. It's it's a little harder to see that part But no it that man that really looks like a like a figure there. One time i looked up to the sky. And i swear i saw homer simpson in the clouds. But that's just my mind trying to make a connection to that because homer simpson was like my tv dad kind of thing so interesting. They think this is explaining. But i'm just saying it's one of those things that it's like your mind just kind of tries to make sense of what it seeing and not that it seeing anything unusual. It's just trying to put some some life to something that's really not there Interesting yeah well. I think it looks. I am okay so i'm gonna give this another six. Okay that's pretty high. I mean to me. I it does look like a figure but it's not an eight or a nine or anything like that to me because i get. I don't see the other people behind them and i am. I'm open to you. Know little flexible on a photo takes a snapshot of one moment in time and a lot can happen during that one moment in time to make these images look like that. Okay cheese or back Going whitney houston on me there so to me no. This does not say anything this is. This is zero again. Wow all right. so far. I've given higher than zero on this one. I just i just don't see these things there. I now all right. Well we've got. I can go look at it out. Our website go sleep. I'd guess calm and quiet and our episode here Okay last piece of evidence today. is a disembodied voice captured on video by a pair of paranormal investigators. Carl has all and sam singleton of the dark arts paranormal group while filming themselves exploring the castle. The camera captured the voice of a little girl whispering. Tell they did not hear this at the moment when they were filming it. It wasn't until they were watching the footage back that they heard it see. That's the thing it's like. That's another time when you're when you're searching for something so when i heard it which took me five or six times playing this video. Rebecca had to tell me the time that it was at. And i kept listening at that time i did not hear it at first and then i heard new tala because you had some new tally. No but i was really hungry. At that time. I could have won for some new tala. That would have been but no i. I mean it could have been anything that caused this. It could have been the The woman's shoes on the floor or something like that or they crunched some some some rock or something like that when they cause the floors are made up of like a rock ish kind of thing instead at that level girl with but over a video camera. It sounded off mike. It didn't sound like it didn't sound like it was any kind of ghost or anything like that. It sounded more like maybe somebody said something off camera. Maybe maybe they just happened to walk in a certain way when you walk on. A wooden floor makes creeks when you walk on stone. Sometimes they crumble a little. This was super scare as a scary spooky to me i absolutely heard it immediately. And it sounded otherworldly. It did not anything like joan. Tala noah sounded like totally different and. It did sound like a whisper. It was clear to me that it was not the people that were. Just you know the two people that were there Yeah it was super creepy. I mean here's the thing. I have nothing against any kind of new tala or anything like that. I i think it's it's really good. I don't like new tele sandwiches. it's like a little too much of it. I would prefer like unlike a little cracker thing. You know the cracker sticker something like that. Those are really good with new tala and nothing against new tala. So but i definitely think that this could be something else especially since they didn't even notice it at the time well to me. That's what i'm saying is that it was other worldly was something that was only captured on the other-worldly like make believe world he was total. Maple world okay. So we'll What's your rating zero to ask zero. This one's an eight for me to back come outer creepy super paranormal. We're gonna have the the link to the youtube video. And by the way there was no welsh or english accent in that new televoice. That's true that's true. But i have no idea i'd i'd it's hard to tell with the whisper and who knows who knows what spirit this is so no okay. So what is your overall rating than for conway castle. Rebecca semi while waiting for conway castle is gonna be a six also not as haunted as what people have said Yeah i will say i mean. It's an looks like an awesome place to visit their. You know again. There's a lot of reports of things. But i just i couldn't find a ton of specific stories other than this photo and this voice in those were convincing enough for me to go towards the haunted side Yeah but i almost feel like it. You know it's it's just a creepy castle so some of that might just be people feeling creepy while they're there. Okay i'll for you. So i'm gonna go zero on it you know. That's an average of my clear average ratings here. I'm sorry. I just don't think that there's enough evidence there to prove anything even to get me to a one or a two. I'm now so that brings us to the closing arguments. This is our last chance to convince you to vote our way. We are each given one minute of uninterrupted time. Because rebecca likes to cheat so we are going to do it on our own cell phones. Were going time each other to keep each other honest because rebecca lies. I wanna so rebecca. Are you ready. I am ready. Okay.

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Katie Hopkins Is the Most Banned Woman on the Planet

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:24 min | Last month

Katie Hopkins Is the Most Banned Woman on the Planet

"By name is katie hopkins and for people that say. I have no clue who you are. And that's my favorite kind of person. Isn't it because then you just normal. I am just normal. But i am and i introduced myself as a straight white christian conservative married mother of three children. And i'm proud of all of those things because those things are all the wrong things to be these days and despite never having broken law despite never having owed anyone any money or never having harmed anyone. Apart from my first husband was fine. I am the most banned woman on the planet banned from south africa. Banned from australia. Banned from wales. I don't have a bank account. After trump tweeted. They took my twitter no way. We're i think we're confusing categories. You i think part of what you're saying has to do with the covert madness right. You're not allowed to go to certain countries or something. Is that what we're talking about now. No i'm banned from south africa for reporting on the genocide of white farmers. I spent three months living on white farms in south africa. In any of your burr south african audience which you'll have plenty of most of my audience are bores. Thank you very much ladies and gentlemen. You've been a great audience. We're here down to three

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"wales" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

Sprinkled with Hope

01:58 min | 2 months ago

"wales" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

"World so awesome job on you. Some some of our listeners liked to reach out to our guests and so how can how can they reach you. Contact you so they can contact website. Which is wales dot com or. My email is jacqueline jacqueline. Wales dot com. Very simple. And i would like to offer to your guest because these are people who believe in hope is that there are some a courses on my website. And it's under the tab courses that are individual coach courses one hundred forty seven dollar courses. I invite anyone to go. Take one of those hundred forty seven dollars courses and just put it in the code. J w twenty one and you get it for free and it's an online course some videos. It's got some quizzes things you to reflect on. And that's my gift to to your listeners. Who are invested in sprinkling hope in the world while select tastic offer. Thank you so much. that's so kind of you. You're very welcome. That is awesome. This has been a great discussion. I love talking about fear. I think it's one thing that holds us back from truly bringing out the best version of ourselves. And so i i've appreciated this conversation for sure. i've loved you. Know your insight. And and shannon i love talking about fear and getting over it and and i think i agree with you. Every single one of us has even the most successful business owner in the world. Has you know has fear of something And it's just how we manage that. Until i love your love your take on it so thank you so much. Thank you very much. It's really been a pleasure to talk to both this morning said thank you..

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"wales" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

Sprinkled with Hope

04:12 min | 2 months ago

"wales" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

"Host shane today. Our guest is jacqueline wales. She gives some amazing insight. We say that every time but just wonderful insight into fear we. We've talked about this a few times and she really does give some really good knowledge insight. She also gives you an amazing offer near right at the end. So please listen in And hopefully take her up on that offer. And i i would like to echo what she a saying in that is that yeah we do have and we do say that. We have some amazing guests on her show. But i think that speaks volume to the caliber of people that we've had on and that is these people are regular dislike you and i but they have an amazing message and you can be successful as well if if you just use some of these tools that we give you to push through these fears and get past them and like she you know. She mentioned a cool story about her life and getting a black belt in karate a at an older age and i thought that was really cool. Story about overcoming your fear and so. I hope you really really enjoy this message. We are so grateful for each one of you listening. We we send our love our well wishes with you. You are worth it. You are worthy. You are capable of receiving love and being loved and you should also love yourself so enjoy this awesome episode with us. Jacqueline wales This marquez welcome to spring with hope podcast in your shame today. Our guest has been booked required. A while. we're really excited to that. Jacqueline wales's joining us is gonna read a little bit from her website She says being fearless is not the absence of fear. But the courage to take the next step and i loved loved that joseph says as keynote speaker entrusted adviser. She's passionate about helping individuals. Discover the truth of who they are and opening up insights in skills necessary to unlock your purpose and full potential so you can truly embrace being fearless and create the career and like what you don't have to take the whole staircase. You just have to take the.

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How Reformer Charlotte Mason Changed Homeschooling

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:23 min | 2 months ago

How Reformer Charlotte Mason Changed Homeschooling

"Was born charlotte. Maria shah mason in a town called garth on the northwest tip of wales. She was born on january first eighteen. Forty two she was an only child and was educated at home by her parents and she left home. She moved to worthing in west sussex there. She spent ten years teaching at a girls secondary school during that time charlotte began to develop her own original teaching methods at the time and even today many schools used classical education system. This system offers student. Three main categories of study grammar dialectic and rhetoric it places emphasis on writing and systemic grades and often leaves the fine arts outside of the main curriculum. Charlotte disagreed with the system. She believed didn't offer the full scope of education to children and was especially interested in making the liberal arts more accessible as a result she started to pen her own books. She began with the popular series on geography eighteen eighty seven. She co founded the parents educational union or p helped provide resources for parents. Home schooling their children 1891 charlotte moved to amble side england. Where she wrote her most well-known works. She published a series of books that explained her educational philosophies at the beginning of each. She summarized her fundamental ideas. I she wrote. Education is an atmosphere. A discipline wife. Secondly education is the science of relations. Charlotte believed children were innately born as people and thinkers whose own ideas should be respected regardless of their age. She thought children were drawn to honest desires and that the role of adults was to help rid them of bad habits. In order to reach their potential charlotte's curriculum revolved around providing children with what she called living books or books written by people with great passion for the subject. they're writing

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September 6th, 1651: King Charles II Flees for His Life

This Day in History Class

02:30 min | 2 months ago

September 6th, 1651: King Charles II Flees for His Life

"Day was september. Sixth sixteen fifty one after fleeing for his life following his defeat at the battle of worcester. Charles the second. The king of scotland and rightful king of england took refuge in a tall oak tree where he remained until the coast was clear a few days earlier on september third oliver cromwell and his parliamentarian forces had won the final battle of the english civil war when it was clear the royalists had lost the twenty one year old charles the second escaped the battlefield on horseback with some of his most trusted men. They rode forty miles through the countryside. Until it last reaching the ruins of the white lady's nunnery on the northern border of shropshire. When they arrived charles troop said about disguising him. They dressed him in old. Clothes cut his hair and smeared his face with soot. It was a necessary measure because cromwell had already dispatched soldiers to hunt down. the road. King wanted posters quickly appeared far and wide and a one thousand pound reward was issued for his capture with the kings safe for the time. Being most of his friends departed to avoid drawing attention to the group. Only richard peril remained with charles to help lead him through the woods on september fifth. The pair fled towards the river. Saverne where they hoped to cross into wales and from their sale to the relative safety of france unfortunately they found that the severn was heavily. Guarded by cromwell's patrols left with no way forward. Charles and richard were forced to turn back the way they came this time. They headed for bosca bell house a remote hunting lodge about a mile away from the nunnery where they'd hidden the night before when they arrived at around three. Am on the morning of september six. They were informed by richards. Brothers that the white lady's nunnery had already been raided by cromwell's soldiers. Another royalist fugitive named major william carlos was also hiding out at bosko bell. He suggested that it would be safer. If charles didn't stay in the house instead. He recommended that the two of them climb a bushy oak tree on the house grounds. That way they could see in all directions and keep tabs on the enemy soldiers. Who would surely come looking for them.

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Equal Too: How We Change the Law for Disabled People

Seneca Women Conversations on Power and Purpose

01:37 min | 3 months ago

Equal Too: How We Change the Law for Disabled People

"Today over one point two billion people around the world are living with a disability. We make up fifteen percent of the global population and yet despite many countries establishing laws to protect our rights. No disabled person is immune to discrimination. Last year across thirty six police forces in england and wales more than seven thousand three hundred disability hate crimes were reported but only one point six percent resulted in perpetrators being charged disability. Discrimination often called abe limb comes in many forms from not providing a wheelchair ramp or an interpreter. At a press briefing point six million spent on the new pressroom still no interpreter to more extreme breaches in human rights such as the practice of shackling or forced sterilization all around the world disabled people depend on laws to safeguard our rights in the uk. We have the equality act in the us as the ada in columbia. There's law sixteen eighteen and in australia. There's the disability discrimination act in some countries. These acts took disabled activists years of blood. Sweating tears to bring in. I highly recommend watching the oscar-nominated documentary creek camp to get an idea of how hard fought the. Ada was in the us but even when there are laws in place when researching for this podcast we came to find that more often than not it falls upon disabled people themselves to enforce those laws or in some cases outright change them

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Lady Diana: Fairy Tale or Horror Story?

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

02:09 min | 3 months ago

Lady Diana: Fairy Tale or Horror Story?

"Diana princess of wales oftentimes called the people's princess born into a wealthy aristocratic family with strong royal ties. Dina grew up assuming her future would be pretty damn bright of course. She assumed that she was raised. Essentially to be married someone with royal blood to be married to a high born man of means. But you couldn't have known or assumed dreamt. Maybe that you would actually marry the prince of england heir to the british throne and become the british commonwealth princess. That's exactly what happened. She i caught. Prince charles is is a teenager when he was of all things. Dating her older sister would appear to be a sweet and dreamlike. Royal romance would begin later when that would capture the world's attention then it seemed to have it all to be living a fairy tale. A little prince the off romanticized prince charming had picked her her foot at fit the fabled glass slipper and she looked like a fairytale princess. She was young elegant fashionable beautiful. And now she wasn't actual princess but fairy tales. Don't often actually really come true do they. Yes dan i was becoming a princess but she was not becoming the happy bride of a devoted in love struck prince charming their fairytale romance was fake from the beginning a show put on for the cameras to uphold the all important picture perfect and profitable image of the british royal family beneath the facade of their romance behind the beautiful clothes and jewels. Extravagant wealth was a woman who is sick and suffering. Diana wet a man whose heart and bed already belonged someone else someone. The king and queen had deemed unsuitable wife for the prince. Diana's happy heavily publicized honeymoon was spent largely in tears. She married a man who she didn't really love because you didn't really know him a man who wished he was married to someone else and now diana worked hard to hide her true feelings from the media frenzy that surrounded her. She'd sacrificed any hope for a private life. Once she'd said yes to prince charles's marriage proposal. The british media and paparazzi would now watch her every move the rest of her life often waiting for her to make a mistake looking for suspected chinks in the royal family's armor diana herself said towards the end of her life after her marriage had ended. I seem to be on the front of a newspaper every single day which is an isolating experience and the higher. The media puts you places you. The bigger the drop

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Visa Buys a Punk as Bitcoin Returns to $50K

The Breakdown with NLW

01:39 min | 3 months ago

Visa Buys a Punk as Bitcoin Returns to $50K

"As i discussed on saturdays weekly recap. Bitcoin had just made a nice little punch-up heading into the weekend last night on sunday. Bitcoin lifted its head above fifty thousand where it remained until about an hour ago at the time of this recording. Some have called this last month. The short squeeze rally referring to the fact that it was started as bitcoin held above thirty thousand dollars in the face of numerous short positions that forced those shortsellers to buy more at higher prices to keep their positions open to being a boom short-squeeze. Whatever the cause over the last thirty days. Bitcoin is up around forty six percent and bitcoins peak in the last twenty four hours around fifty thousand two hundred three month high. Bitcoin is now recorded gains for five consecutive weeks. Which is its longest winning streak in september of last year. Matthew did the co founder and coo at stack funds said that this rally unlike some of our previous frenetic moves up hasn't been driven by derivatives bets but instead by spot buying quote looking at funding in the options market. This rally still appears to be spot driven. Our expectation is that this break of psychological resistance will likely result in a rotation back to bitcoin in the coming weeks with the next target of sixty thousand dollars. This idea of a lot of spot buying driving things seems to be affirmed by data from into the block which shows that institutions in. Wales appear to have been accumulating alongside price growth. They tweeted institutions in wales. Getting increasingly bullish on bitcoin as prices have climbed over the past few weeks the volume addresses with at least one thousand. Bitcoin are showing a positive correlation with bitcoins. Price of point seven five in q. Three

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Australia: New South Wales Enters Lockdown as Premier Warns 'This Is Literally a War'

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 months ago

Australia: New South Wales Enters Lockdown as Premier Warns 'This Is Literally a War'

"Australia's most densely populated state has reported a new all time high of coronavirus cases reaching four hundred and sixty six cases in one day New South Wales state primary Gladys Berejiklian says the jumping cases is the largest so far in the state we are on on I. paw roles being extremely concerned about the situation that we're in New South Wales state premier also said fines for breaking pandemic fools such as breaching quarantine orders had been increased from seven hundred thirty seven US dollars to three thousand six hundred and eighty five U. S. dot is the second did however say there was light at the end of the current virus tunnels south wiles has pretty much reached fifty percent of those choices vaccinated we note that the lockdown coupled with a strong targeted vaccination program is what is going to get us out of the stock situation I'm Karen Thomas

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Lessons From Australia: What Happens When You Give up Gun Rights

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:30 min | 4 months ago

Lessons From Australia: What Happens When You Give up Gun Rights

"I talk about what's going on in our stralia. Another english speaking country with the magna carta with the same heritage of individual rights the same cultures. We had founded not that long after we founded well at according to summit news. There's a proposal that is strongly favored. Which would do find stuff. Sorry beatles fines of up to eleven thousand dollars for posting information online. When you criticize the lockdown if you organized a protest against the lockdown in new south wales twenty thousand dollar fine wait a minute. Wait a minute. We're not talking about china. We're talking about australia. When i visited australia of maybe five or six seven years ago. I can't remember. But i just thought this is as close to america as a country that i've seen it just seemed to be kind of wonderful and free and sorta healthy in that way. I'm a little bit shocked john. Australia has taken this direction. This is really because all right. But i wanna finish if you attend the protests. Five thousand dollar fine if you share information on social media about these illegal protests eleven thousand dollar fines now. Why has australia taken this. I think it took this turn back in nineteen ninety six when after mass shooting incident. Australians guns were all taken away is why we have one in nine hundred ninety six. There was a mass shooting that resulted in thirty deaths. It was horrendous but in a hysterical panic the australians let themselves be completely disarmed. it's virtually impossible. You live out me. Outback and hunt kangaroos to have a weapon for self defense in australia. Any country with the citizens give up their guns eventually. This kind of thing is going to happen. Governments expand until they hit resistance. The power of the state keeps growing until something pushes back against it. That's why the american founders. If you read the debates over the ratification of the bill of rights the only question about the second amendment was our gun rights so obvious that it's insulting to even write them down. Thank god they wrote them down but one founder after another with no dissenters said an armed. Citizenry is the last backstop against

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COVID App Told Nearly 690,000 People to Isolate in England, Wales

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:54 min | 4 months ago

COVID App Told Nearly 690,000 People to Isolate in England, Wales

"Six hundred and nine hundred thousand people in england and wales would told to isolate by the official covert nineteen mobile phone app in the week ending july. Twenty first illustrating the pressure on key industries a staff shortages brought some supply chains close to breaking point contact. Tracing ping's from the national health service app will op eleven percent from six hundred twenty thousand the week before though the rate of increase slowed the number of venue. Check ins recorded by. The app fell to six point. Seven million from ten point four million the legal requirement for hospitality and other businesses to display. Qr check in. Codes was removed on july nineteen but the dramatic decline in the data also suggests some people are choosing to disable or not use. The app of the recent surveys showed a rise in deletions politicians and scientists in the uk. A concern. that people are deleting or at least switching off its tracing function to avoid having to self isolate food logistics companies warned of critical shortages of workers in recent weeks and ministers have allowed limited numbers to avoid the ten day self-isolation to ensure services can keep running the government is also planning to exempt anyone who's fully vaccinated from august sixteen carmakers on thursday urged prime minister boris johnson to make their workers exempt from quarantines a self-isolation rules exacerbated labor shortages that are hampering production but the pressure on industry could soon ease amid a significant fall in covert cases. That is not yet reflected in the app data for england after a two-month surgeon infections driven by the highly transmissible delta variant. The number of people testing positive for corona virus is now declining.

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Walmart Offering Full College Tuition and Books for Employees

Lars Larson

00:40 sec | 4 months ago

Walmart Offering Full College Tuition and Books for Employees

"News. WalMart is beefing up one of its employee benefits. Employees of Wal Mart are about to receive another education benefit. The company has been charging a dollar a day for its live better You college education program. Now the entire cost of tuition and books for approved studies will be picked up by WalMart. The company expects the move to impact 1.5 million part time and full time workers Also Johnson and Wales University, the University of Arizona The University of Denver and Pat Stream are now part of the WalMart program. Wal Mart is also adding business administration supply chain and cyber security to its degree and certificate

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Thousands Protest Lockdown in Sydney Amid COVID-19 Surge

Planet Money

00:58 sec | 4 months ago

Thousands Protest Lockdown in Sydney Amid COVID-19 Surge

"Reported. 176 new locally acquired Covid cases today at third consecutive daily record with nearly all cases in the state of New South Wales. There were protests against a month long coronavirus lockdown in three cities. The BBC's Phil Mercer reports on demonstrators who clashed with police in Australia's largest city. Of Sydney. Wait, What freedom wait, What Greater freedom was the cry As thousands of anti lockdown demonstrators marched through Sydney. Some brought their Children and few were wearing masks. There were scuffles with the police and roads were blocked. Health officials sent large protests in three Australian cities would put lives at risk. The police said the consequences could be disastrous. Sydney has been in lockdown for a month. Yet it's covid 19 outbreak appears to be getting much worse.

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Thousands protest lockdown in Sydney, several arrested

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 4 months ago

Thousands protest lockdown in Sydney, several arrested

"Thousands of demonstrators took to the streets in Sydney and around Australia to protest outside restrictions amid another searching cases young must protest system today they marched carrying signs pointing to freedom in the trees police made several arrests of to cross breaks through barriers and three plastic to some plans the protest comes as Kevin nineteen case numbers in the state televising rapidly with over a hundred and fifty new infections in twenty four hours the health minister of New South Wales state route has it says they looked on as necessary what it's telling us is we have a continuing and growing problem great to Sydney has been locked down for the past four weeks with residents any able to leave home with a reasonable excuse New South Wales police said it recognised and supported the rights of free speech and peaceful assembly but the protest was a breach of public health food is I'm Karen Thomas

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Thousands Protest Lockdown in Sydney, Several Arrested

NPR News Now

00:19 sec | 4 months ago

Thousands Protest Lockdown in Sydney, Several Arrested

"There were clashes today between police and protesters in sydney australia. Thousands defied stay at home order and march to the city's downtown protesting against lockdown measures even as corona virus cases rise in sydney new south wales as a whole they're also protests today and melbourne adelaide. And brisbane

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Thousands Protest Lockdown in Sydney Amid COVID-19 Surge

The Newsroom

01:25 min | 4 months ago

Thousands Protest Lockdown in Sydney Amid COVID-19 Surge

"People have been arrested in Sydney as thousands of anti lockdown protesters breached Covid 19 restrictions in the center of Australia's biggest city. Demonstrations have also taken place in Melbourne and Brisbane. 14 million Australians are under strict stay at home orders as the authorities struggle to contain a surge in Delta variant. In fact, Our correspondent in Sydney, Phil Mercer told me more about the protests. The New South Wales police minister is a man called David Elliott. And he says that there were 3.5 1000 very selfish. Boof heads on the streets of Sydney today, buff head is an Australian colloquialism. Meaning idiots, and I'm sure that there will be many millions of Australians in lockdown who will agree with those sentiments? Clearly, there is frustration in the community. There is anger. There is uncertainty. There is on fear as well concerned about the slow rates of vaccinations in this country, but most Australians are pretty compliance. Trying to do the right things. So the authorities very concerns about these events in Sydney today and in Melbourne and Brisbane Health officials saying that these large protests in those three Australian cities will put lives at risk.

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New Zealand Suspends Quarantine-Free Travel

AFF on AIR Podcast

01:41 min | 4 months ago

New Zealand Suspends Quarantine-Free Travel

"I leave the new zealand. Government has unfortunately posed the trans-tasman bubble from midnight. Last night. judy concerns about rising nineteen case. Thomason australia the pause effects travel from all the states and territories to new zealand and will remain in effect for eight weeks new zealand citizens. Permanent resident and fees. The whole is currently in australia. As well as trillion citizens who have recently been in new zealand and left on or off to the six april this year as well as their family members will still be allowed to return to new zealand on quarantaine free flights until next friday the thirtieth of july but this excludes anyone who's been in new south wales in the past fourteen days. Who would soon need to enter two weeks of managed isolation and quarantine on arrival back in new zealand and at the moment anyone traveling from victoria to new zealand over the next week. We'll need to self isolate for three days and get a curve attest. After arriving back in new zealand off the thirtieth of july once. That's finish next. Friday qantas's jetstar will spend almost all of their trans-tasman services at least until the twenty fifth of september when the bubble is currently scheduled to resume any zealand will continue operating but only limited trans-tasman flights and to and from oakland with various parts of new south. Wales victoria and south australia old. Currently on lockdown olas trillion station. Terry trees have unfortunately also reimposed restrictions on interstate travel and this is unfortunately prompted rex to cancel. All of its boeing seven three seven passenger services starting from tuesday of this week until at least the of august. I just on the two weeks of this point.

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Wikipedia Co-Founder Jimmy Wales Warns Communists Ruined Platform

Mark Levin

01:27 min | 4 months ago

Wikipedia Co-Founder Jimmy Wales Warns Communists Ruined Platform

"Founder or co founder of Wikipedia. As a warning for all of you. The Daily Mail has reporting. This rest of the media could give a damn Nobody should trust Wikipedia, he says. It's co founder warns Larry Sanger says The site has been taken over by left wing volunteers, quote unquote who write off sources that don't fit their agendas. Fake news They have utterly Destroyed the truth about me on Wikipedia. By their lies by either cherry picking and all the rest. My Children wouldn't recognize me on Wikipedia. It is a pig slop over there. And these volunteers are a bunch of, uh Boot kickers. With their brownshirts. Did he say brown insurance? Should I say pink shirts, either one that's fine by me. Wikipedia can no longer be trusted as a source unbiased information. Since the online encyclopedias left leaning volunteers. They're not left leaning there. Khamis can't on any news that doesn't fit their agenda, according to the sites co founder Larry Sanger 53 co founded Wikipedia in 2001, along with Jimmy Wales. Said the crowd sourcing project has betrayed its original mission. Reflecting the views of the establishment.

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"wales" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

04:19 min | 6 months ago

"wales" Discussed on Today in Focus

"I've seen reports that save this problem. Is she now spreading beyond rural areas in new south wales and read one pretty hysterical newspaper report over an army marching on. Sydney is any of this true. I mean it stephanie. A good story. Actually one of the foremost mass experts in australia's to me. When i picked up the phone and i said hey i just have a few more questions. And he said you're not gonna ask me about the mice invading sydney are you. It's not happening okay. So it looks unlikely that sydney will experience the same level of mice infestation. That there is a knee south wales. This problem is not going away that though when and how might this mouse plague and everything plays a part. So cold weather plays a part a lack of food being around plays a pot. You know poisons plan pop but the thing that truly ends a mice plague is profoundly horrifying essentially these populations collapsed when they become so many mice only one area that disease spreads rampantly throughout that population. And then when that's coupled with food shortages the mice will stop hunting for grain and stott eating the sick ones and then when they run out of sick and dying mayes they'll go back to their burrows and then they'll eat all of their own babies so that's what we're hoping for at the moment which is kind of a fitting end what's overall being a pretty horrific situation so disgusting but i suppose this act of cannibalism could end the pie without the need for poison. It would just be a matter of time. This definitely a matter of time and chance but also what the government and experts and different groups are saying. Is that pharma's need to spend the next couple of months. Being hyper vigilant walking around their fields the moment they start seeing mass barrows popping up in big numbers the moment they start seeing damage to their crops like that's when they need to start laying down the bike because essentially the only hope we have is that you know. There's a collapse of population and through our own efforts where able to stop that population climbing again. Is this likely to happen again. If he's time he said these bows plagues can pop up every decade or so. Are we expecting that. This will just come around in another few years. Yes essentially sometimes. When i asked some of the experts about this essentially they're saying my son never going away which is also unfortunate because they absolutely not native to the australian landscape at all like it was very much a european settlers that brought them here but now that they hear that kind of here forever. It's a problem that you can control. But you can't phoenix mice ed maturity. Think the next time you see a mouse maybe if you saw it in your home you'd may feel a bit differently about it..

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"wales" Discussed on The Cinephiliac Lounge

The Cinephiliac Lounge

03:58 min | 7 months ago

"wales" Discussed on The Cinephiliac Lounge

"Yeah. It's interesting how in a way it's I mean I kind of feel like it's it's pulling Josey Wales all over the place because he watched to be this loaner who just goes dead. And all he does is kill the people that have hurt him, but these other people just keep getting attached to him and can see why our pulse him back and forth between the two the next morning, he sees loan. Nobody sleeping and he's got this dog. The red bone mangy dog that showed up on underwear and he wakes up. He's like a cheap. I suppose that mangy Redbone. Hound has no place to go either he might as well ride with us. He'll everybody else has, right? Like I said before this movie is chock-full of them. Yeah. It's it's an amazing film and I'm sorry we're alone for the place tonight but it's kind of hard not to be with this film. No, listen, I'm all over the place too. Like I said, it's very important to the to that the both of us and it's so great and it's so dense and it's so so good. That's what's that, that's part of the problem. So I wanted to ask you about something towards the end of the film. If you think we're at that point the couple of little themes that want to talk about about Josey Wales is Faith and always called a bloodthirsty killer and and at the beginning he's bitter and traumatized Anchorman. He can't resist doing the right thing and helping people in need which goes to like he's sort of like an angel and a devil but he is a positive influence and a positive energy because the thing I find I found really interesting watching at this time that loan Wadi, he reconnects with his Indian spirituality and remembers. They're forgotten ways of his Youth and his people because of Josey Wales after he meets him and they had that conversation and Josey. Wales who doesn't trust anyone loan Lottery pulls a gun on him. He talks in for a little bit and he's so comfortable..

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"wales" Discussed on The Cinephiliac Lounge

The Cinephiliac Lounge

04:45 min | 7 months ago

"wales" Discussed on The Cinephiliac Lounge

"In the later scene. We see Bloody Bill right up to him. It's still an ex in the ground. So I just had it in my head watching it for this need cast. I was researching like you know this really just really just seems important to me. I mean it could very well have just been like I said that, you know, Clint Eastwood's like oh, it's just an emotional Outlet. It does it, but it seemed important to me. So I looked it up and a tilted cross is known as a Saint Andrew's cross which is a Herald symbol. So the X on the Confederate flag the X on the British union job. In countless of the flags are a Saint Andrew's cross. I was like, okay so there's the Confederate flag connection but that's like, I feel like there's something more and so as I read this whole thing cuz you know they use a subtext in the film like Josey Wales, he's always associated with verbiage or imagery of Hell, or being more than a man, but he's not Supernatural. But in any case, I read that some consideration, I'm across to be a symbol that represents the human race or Humanity as being positioned, right in the middle between Heaven and Hell. And when when I read that something went off in my head I'm like heaven and not, hell, and referencing it is a theme throughout this entire film, their constant references to hell, or being in Hell or Josie represented, as being in Hell or from Hell in the dialogue. The Centers is how long this song to Kingdom? Come with Biblical imagery? He'll have to run for now and he'll is where his headed Fletcher says. He'll be waiting for us there Centre, so he's saying he's in hell, right? And then Jake Tells Josie he's feeling better after they shoot the first set of Bounty Hunters. Glen and like, oh, by the way, I want to give a shout out to lend lesser who plays a VIN this film, but he's Uncle Louie and Seinfeld. He's like, I totally, I did not recognize that until you said it and his delivery, by the way, his it's going up at the same thing..

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"wales" Discussed on The Cinephiliac Lounge

The Cinephiliac Lounge

05:21 min | 7 months ago

"wales" Discussed on The Cinephiliac Lounge

"I've imagined what I've wanted to say to him, and what it basically comes down to is I think the Outlaw Josey, Wales and Unforgiven people will be watching these two films and a thousand years from now. Know agreed. Oh, I agree. They're very, they're very connected and I think it's in the documentary wear cleats. It says that he feels, he feels like it's one of the best things he's ever done. And he said that if it had been released at the time that Unforgiven had been released, he thought that it would receive just the same amount of attention and accolades. I don't doubt that for a second. I mean I also found it really interesting that you have Jamie woolvett as the Schofield kid and Unforgiven and he looks like Sam bottoms. Oh yeah, Wells, Josey Wales. I mean, he looks like the same, right? I mean, they even have similar mannerisms. It's what I saw. And forgiving for the first time, it actually freaked me out because I was like that guy's gotta be old. Now that's, you know, I hadn't thought about that but you're, you're absolutely right. Yeah. I I thought it was Sam bottoms is to say, I thought it was the same actor dead. And I couldn't understand why he didn't age like the rest of us. Well, unfortunately, I don't think you got the age that much at all. I think. Sam bottoms left us quite early. I think you're right. Yeah, he did. And he was anything that I saw him and he was really good. Yeah, I and I mean, he just, he has that line. And he just says, we have him again. Jit Josie. And Josie know. It's what the again, didn't with Josie or something. Yeah, yeah, you're right. Getting do with Josie. This movie is so chock-full of memorable lines and infinitely re quotable lines. There are some lines in there that have a dog. Really become part of my everyday. Lexicon. And I use when the senator is telling Fletcher that oh, you know, the old adage of To the victor goes the spoils and Fletcher sisters and the wrong things that are don't piss down my back and tell me it's raining. Well, I want to talk about this scene. Kind of two thirds into the movie, a little later, the saloon scene but that has the great line of Diane's. Not much of a Livin boy. Yeah, go to get to pull them pistols or whistle Dixie. I can't say, Dixie for some reason. No, actually filled with amazing unbelievable quotes. The other thing I noticed, going back to Unforgiven. They have a couple of scenes that are almost identical. You have the target practice seen after Josey Wales, a family is killed and he's trying to fire the gun and and hit. Oh, that's right. And it's almost looks shot-for-shot. Very similar to Unforgiven except for Unforgiven. It's kind of played for Laughs. Where in Outlaw Josey Wales. It's it's dead serious. I mean he he just he's Mississippi. And he needs to be accurate. That's, that's a great Point. That's a great idea, you know, and think of that you're right, I feel like in Unforgiven it is played for Laughs. In Jersey Wales..

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"wales" Discussed on The Cinephiliac Lounge

The Cinephiliac Lounge

05:23 min | 7 months ago

"wales" Discussed on The Cinephiliac Lounge

"Why was he controversial? And the next sentence is such an understatement of of why, here's a pro segregate. Segregation assist leader in the KKK, he wrote this book under the name. Forrest Carter, who he claimed was a Cherokee, right? All of this came out after the movie was made from what I understand wage. Yeah. And they were like Warner Brothers and Clint Eastwood and the producers and everyone was like holy shit. We got a distance ourselves from this guy majorly just however that wage. Yeah. Not only was he a member of the KKK? I think I read somewhere that he was in a especially radical member of the segment. I don't know how more radical you can be hooked up to the word I was looking for but also was the speechwriter for George Wallace. Yep. And he's the one that wrote the famous line of his speech segregation now segregation tomorrow, segregation forever. Yeah, not a good guy anti-semite as well. So what's very insane is that this person wrote them all Source novel, which inspired this really beautiful magnificent film. The messages in the film are antithetical to everything that that man, apparently stood for in real life. It's just it's dead. Absolutely bizarre. And I read a portion chapter eleven of the Clint Eastwood a biography by Richard schickel that I bought. And on the day, the my page, twenty-five years ago, great book, by the way, you read it. Yeah, I read it. I couldn't put it down, fantastic, it's so chock-full of information. I reread chapter eleven labor of love which was recounting of the time of him filming and doing Outlaw, Josey, Wales. And I came across who's such a psychopath. The movie was it was a blind submission. He put in this book, the web page fails, Robert daily, the producer picked it up one day cuz he had nothing to read for dinner. Read it to this book has so much soul to it. How you should look at it, they buy it, they pay him. $25,000 up from $10,000 for when production starts and promise more later, and the thing that struck me is, so, he calls Robert daily up and says, hey, I'm going to be you guys neighborhood. I was wondering if you know, if I mean, wage, And rubber daily goes on, to talk about the book that in the neighborhood meant, he was going to Texas, and they're in California. Like so this guy's just out of his mind. It's it's yeah. Okay, sure. He loves going to he doesn't show up on the plane when they send their guy to meet him cuz he's got drunk, get thrown in jail, he comes the next day, the guy picks him up, he's pissed drunk, he takes, they go to a bar, he goes to call Robert day long..

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"wales" Discussed on The Cinephiliac Lounge

The Cinephiliac Lounge

05:13 min | 7 months ago

"wales" Discussed on The Cinephiliac Lounge

"You kind of have a, maybe have a sense of what happened to him and he's just this almost Supernatural Force, it's very different kind of film than this, which is realistic. But as you said this starts off and here is, he's he's a farmer and he's, he has a family and, you know, where he comes from and he's, and he's, he's being a, he's just being a dad, just being a normal guy is not the typical. Like, man with no name, spaghetti, western badass, the beginning of this movie. He's just a regular dude. I'd want to get to rail, but when you brought up his son, I thought there was. I agree wage. That's great. But one of the things I realized watching the film this time around that's his real son Kyle. Eastwood. Oh really well. Yeah. That's his real son and no idea. It's six years old. The thing that's weird is he does not give his own son Credit in the film, he's uncredited. Well as much as I love Clint Eastwood and as a filmmaker and as an actor I think he's a great guy off but when I dive into his personal life a little bit, I've always liked. Yeah, I don't know about this. He's fathered a lot of children with a lot of different women. He's Clint Eastwood I mean, it's a good-looking guy, I don't know, it's just funny. I read I read an interview with him where someone asked him about wage that and he said, I don't know what to tell you. I just like kids and I'm like, no, you just don't like wearing rubbers. Like, well, the good part in this is that he can afford them. Yeah, wage. True. So it'd be a little more irresponsible if he was just a regular dude, but he's fucking Clint Eastwood so, you know, fair enough. But I do wrong and let's get back to what you were saying that the beginning of the film. And with his son, I just liked the fact that it didn't take a lot of talk..

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"wales" Discussed on ActionPacked

ActionPacked

04:06 min | 8 months ago

"wales" Discussed on ActionPacked

"Our children were young to pembrokeshire and cardigan and the beaches are amazing. Just like beaches in kumo no-one on them absolutely it's beautiful around that and say that's the thing is so quiet and that's actually something that way. We became to preserve our lives. The last thing we want to do is to encourage over tourism in any area so responsible troubles really important to say that as you say at the moment you can enjoy those empty beaches to yourselves. But we honestly believe that if we all time to plan things properly and we worked together with local communities we can preserve that whilst also establishing oils on that tourism map will people in england but also in other countries of a belief that if you kinda and you want to get to see side you have to go to dublin cuomo and that's not true tool as it is really amazing. Beaches in wells on the temperature can be fantastic when archer young. We went on four successive family holidays and the temperature never dropped blur about twenty eight degrees everyday. Lives to the amazing we did. Then go when it didn't tell raining and it was about twelve. Degrees look is doing at some point but yes she likes stunning beaches around here and that the temperature is slightly more favorable sometimes in the sarah but but often actually that was some really beautiful spots all around the coast where you get these real some traps as i think sometimes wiles is unfairly tarnished with this weather bush that know western windy hair. But that's because we have so many mountains inserts past especially about north winds and if you're in the shadow excited manson's lobos kills the naturally. Yes there is more rain. For many years ago. We used to come very On the west coast of wales and we'd have to drive through western. Windy snowdonia survive this tiny little campsite only on the coast looking gave it to the theme initially and it was just as beautiful son trap and watch the sunset. Every time we went we had amazing weather and it was just perfect for watching the sunset behind the say who a few sheep and wales to that there are indeed. I believe the the statistic is she outnumber people three too long before to one now. Obviously there's a lot as we went to kois couple of years ago and it was a bit like australia. It did rent a lot but we actually went in october expecting terrain. And it didn't disappoint this speech. Things about wiles is that it's such a small country and yet the landscape is so varied in as we talked earlier about the likeness between iceland and parts of wales and australia. Parts of wales nashik the realities in such a small space. We have incredible imposing mountains. We have beautiful soclean lane for actually. It's celtic rainforest that covers much of wiles. We just think of as being booklets but actually again. Looking back to the volcano. And that's that we have incredibly looks rainforest around here. We've got incredible white sand beaches. Beautiful differs. I mean we have every kind landscape you could possibly one which is why so incredible for adventure and hose living where you do made you into the person you are today. That's a really interesting question. I i've always lived in the countryside but as a second around twelve years. Now i've lived here in the hills of north wales. And i think it has really connected me much even more to on skype into the seasons..

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"wales" Discussed on ActionPacked

ActionPacked

03:54 min | 8 months ago

"wales" Discussed on ActionPacked

"Weekdays at a nice combination of relaxing activities helped to reconnect them with nature and to an extent reconnected with themselves as well. Because you have time to just sink into relax and it just cuts out all the everyday wash that will also used to phones ringing and emails going off and sitting in traffic and having music all of that is gone and it's right back to basics it's four days in a field. Essentially we start the day with yoga outdoors to dinner wonderful relaxing yoga session together. We then take people out stunned possible thing actually in the afternoon on the first day which is a lovely relaxing activity today. The meals all done together several each outdoors where we can if the weather is good. If it's not then we'll attend the us. All the food is locally sourced freshly prepared. It's actually quite climate aged food as well symbol. Load that we've made available. It's very much about light clean food and just filling we connected with the seasons because everything that we serve seasonal and also one of the activities we do is foraging so we take people out foraging we teach them which clam so in season right now which are edible which also they shouldn't touch but it's great getting people who've never tried foraging to pit leaves hawthorn thorn bush and try eating them. A male is actually. You can't beat these to pick the berries from often books for example. He can eat those. They're not the tastiest things. I say but you can't eat them and it's great to see people ban. Is that this this whole natural. Lauder all around them that they never knew they could talk to an unusually. We will pick something whatever's in season so the last wellness retreats we did with september and slows everywhere. So we pays lots and lots of this back to our camp and everybody made the offline slow jin to take away with them and loads of people tried slow jin before the bought in the supermarket. But they've never picked own slow berries and made into jenin themselves. Ready to enjoy christmas months later and actually it was lovely to get people's stories at christmas time for people based on the betrayed. And when now enjoying the enslaved in that they've made a big fan of mitch surgeon it is wonderful and i love the sound of the foreign. Can you cook a whole meal from things that you've picked econ. If you're very good yes..

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"wales" Discussed on ActionPacked

ActionPacked

04:38 min | 8 months ago

"wales" Discussed on ActionPacked

"You don't need to go all the way to iceland in places a lot we do have. These incredible wild space is right here on our own doorstep. Icelanders famous for whilst is not an. And that's what we want to change a little bit less expensive in wales it is nice and i think anyway. that's a little less expensive than iceland is inset difficult country but we will vacuum that i remember the first day we had a of between fishing chips realized that already spent almost one hundred pound panic about what was in store for the rest of us day and i think you had some really bad weather when you were nicely and as we stay there a few days that the temperature dropped and the wind was howling and i am driving along and seeing all the magnificent waterfalls iceland is so famous for and i've never seen a waterfall trouble upwards into the sky but it seemed every waterfall we saw was either degrees alto. It was heading straight up into. The sky was amazing to see incredible and of course volcanoes The and wales well. This is true if you go back far enough in history whiles incredibly volcanic so in snowdonia itself is formed by eberle kanye's mobile sixty million years ago if you get to anglesey. The island of the bay north of stat has been mental volcanic activity so actually whilst does have a very strong history volcanoes so that might not be active at the moment. But they are here. If you look back to your trips what happens if people turn up with all the wrong kid. Can they still carry on. We do everything we candidate to make sure that people tend not with the cates. They understand what's expected of them because it's very important to ensure the safety and their enjoyment if you don't turn up with goodwill to praise and we're out to debate all day in the mountains you simply not into enjoy it but if you have the right care and your wallet and you'll try you'll live right is if it's boiling hot day. You forgotten your son claimed sunhats or your water bottle all insane. Stay either make you break your day..

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"wales" Discussed on ActionPacked

ActionPacked

04:05 min | 8 months ago

"wales" Discussed on ActionPacked

"A fairly. New special is only available in a handful of places around the world. Actually it's almost like having a small individual inflatable bath and you lying face down on that raft and you have these giant neoprene gloves. A little bit like baseball gloves have worked tons. And you use your hands to peddle by c. Pedal down revenue console bipeds and little waterfalls and drops on your individual canoe. It's just frontal. Stick fun so do any of these things have dangers. I think this an element of risk with with any kind of active outdoors for like these but over say vison we do is all about the safety everything is. It's all about the guides that we were quaid. The establishment of the equipment is making sure that we leave people correctly so they understand what to expect and how to get themselves out of trouble if they do find themselves in it but everything is very well managed so yes. There is an intrinsic element of list. Books at the reality of any kind of accidents happening is so slim. Because it's so well managed. You've had a few accidents yourself. I think i have him in my pass. No sporting life yes. Thankfully nothing my work life but said yes. I've definitely had people since scrapes out. Winning biding by came. The is myself and my husband. We decided to enter an event together. He was always going off doing mountain bike events and i was quite envious of him. Doing that and i thought you know what i can do this as well. Listen to something together so we did so. I spent months and months training for this huge coast to coast from whitehaven all the way across the scarver three days at mountain biking camping in between and on day two just after lunch. Maybe i was delirious from my cheese sandwich we yet. We set up bikes again. And jim was ahead of me. So i try to catch up on. I oversee very little faster than i should have done. And before i knew it. The handlebars exponential. My hands and i went over the bars and i landed in a heap on the trail and felt very sorry for myself. Is jim keg wishing to my rescue. We realized actually hit myself quite bodily so we spent hope we spent a good hour will so the trailside was he tried to keep me..

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"wales" Discussed on ActionPacked

ActionPacked

06:00 min | 8 months ago

"wales" Discussed on ActionPacked

"But essentially Chip package where we look after everything for people so say it is. The accommodation is the transport to the activities. I miss the guides as well. People can just come to open and book everything in one place. Mention of what we do. smoke tools which are perfect for solo travelers But we got cooled families booking on them as well actually. Men's things are group's of between six and fifteen people that moved with lots of individuals booking onto them and it's really nice way for people to not just try new activities and explore the area but to meet new people as well. I'm we dated. Family breaks to but most of it is people booking onto the smell. Good does the beginning. Did you get lots of different nationalities. Nestle scandinavia as i say. We will really talking to mock in sweden quite heavily and then we started tonight to stop a lot of americans were. Were starting to get you to listen canadians as well so early. Twenty twenty was our first air things we to and we having pirate small exit. Well we have dutch people coming off trial winning camps. We had belgians guessing. It took about hiking holidays young canadians. Joining goes for an epic manton experience. It was really exciting. Having all these people from around the world wanting to come and visit little wales on just for the moment is domestic market imminently absolutely like many people travel. We've had two. We've had to change quite significantly. What we do that the core before we do remain true to what we set out to achieve but now instead of talking to the world when out talking to to the k. We're talking to people who live hair in great britain and who are looking to travel closer to home now and hopefully in the future of people will come as well from other countries again. Absolutely and i think it certainly next year on. What's that will start to return very quickly even this year. Potentially we already have some people from north america. He's booked onto trips later this year. So some people being very optimistic about it which is great. Hopefully the optimism is well placed in. We can all share it but for now as lepage's paypal and can international. I think probably from next on. It's so do people do one spoof for the whole week or do they vary different things everyday..

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"wales" Discussed on ActionPacked

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05:28 min | 8 months ago

"wales" Discussed on ActionPacked

"We've spent half lifetime exploring every corner of the world so we want to share with you some of our extraordinary experiences and the amazing people. We've met along the way this week. Were north wales touring declare copeland. Who with the husband. Jim runs adventures. Uk travel company that features. All the outdoor pursuits you can enjoy in the wilds of down. Yeah elsewhere that's travel running. Searing kayaking river bugging canyoning zip wa hiking canal hosted activities visitors from other countries. Simply don't realize that you can do in the uk. When they got married clare gave up a marketing job across the border in england and the couple decide to try and bring the world adventure to wales it. All began with mountain. Biking was laid to mountain biking. Actually i started when i was about. Twenty eight i. I stumbled upon a mountain bike senator on a visit to wiles one day and little denied that several years later i would end up marrying the end of the manta mike center. That's what brought you to wales. That's why you stayed in wales anyway. It is exactly yes. I took up into biking. I was coming here every weekend. I was always out in the hills in my spare time on. Yes i got to know my husband. Suet got to know him and eventually if he is later we got together. And yeah i made two miles to join him. It made sense and him. Moving over the border to england where i was. I travel my career. But his career is fairly fixed in the hills in north wales and i was coming every weekend anyway to enjoy it so yeah it was it was the might move for has never looked back and the new started adventure tours. Uk together. We did yes. Yeah tell us about a number of strange coincidences. I guess it stemmed really from our wedding at lake is where it all began with adventure she. Uk and friends of ours visiting from denmark for the wedding and we took them out whilst they were he had to explore and wales and show them the blown away by and it may us stop and think actually about where we live and how incredibly beautiful as but it also made us think how little people know about oils. They both those danes had lived and worked in england. They traveled in scotland. But they didn't know. Wales existed and not made stopping. Thanks so at the time. I was ashley having a bit of a tough time in my career in marketing and i had taken the opportunity at the same time as i was getting married..

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"wales" Discussed on Emma

Emma

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"wales" Discussed on Emma

"And hello welcome back everybody. We have got a special international episode for you today as we have to international guests they don't just guess they are actually current students on PG secondary impeach see primary programs. He called Matt. And I'm going to ask them to introduce themselves to you one. Welcome thank you. I'm Rachel I'm on the PG see primary. Welcome Rachel Hi I'm Ben. I'm the PG secondary doing geography fantastic. Well it's really good to have you both with us today. I'm what we would like to get from you get from this interview and I'm hopefully will art listeners. Will find interesting is the journey that brought you want to train to be teachers in international context. So in your own time individually maybe together you might want to give us an insight into your kind of road to Wales Rachel. Stassen with you may be what brought you here. Why did you want train to be a teacher? He reveals sure so. I didn't always know I wanted to be teacher so I think that in terms of finding out what I really wanted to do. I try teaching. I taught in Korea for two years I did a bunch of traveling. I volunteer in Lao also teaching And then in Tanzania as well get it yeah so after those years of experience I was okay now. I'm finally ready to undertake that teacher training. I was pretty set on it and I wanted to deepen my international experience by studying abroad as well and the program here at Cardiff met offered that international experience and it was. It was nice to have that kind of condensed into one year whereas opposed to back in Canada. It would be over two years or for me. Since I have a three year bachelor's degree it would be actually three years so it's quite a. It's quite a long road teaching. If you chose training Canada I see a New York both kind of unique in unify in your journey. Because you've both had other international teaching Experience Them. What about you? Yes so I also had a bit of a similar journey to Rachel where I tried out teaching by going to Korea. I taught there for five years and I just found that as I progressed in that career and took Jobs that gave me more and more responsibility I just enjoyed it more and more and eventually I was convinced that teaching was the right path for me And then I decided to train and was not yet ready to return to Canada and settled down. You know I'm I'm still young. And Wales offers an opportunity. I'd spent a long time really far away from my family. In Korea was very difficult to skype or to visit and so I chose Wales because of the proximity to Canada..

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