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"west yorkshire" Discussed on A Way with Words: language, linguistics, and callers from all over
"Well, I grew up in eastern North Carolina, as did my mother. And she also used the word Juba. I'm not sure how it spelled. But she would use it in the context of being weary of something not quite sure. Maybe thinking I'm a little skeptical of that. So, and so here's it often. That sounds just about right. She would not be alone in that. It's a pronunciation of dubious. And Juba says had multiple spellings. Do you be U.S.? You are more likely to hear it in the American south, but there are forms of it known in a various English dialects. And in Scotland, so west Yorkshire Cheshire and shropshire. And it's got evidence of 200 years of use in the United States. So yeah, all meaning kind of doubtful or suspicious. I'm dubious about Tom. I believe he's going out with a young woman for how he's put on his Sunday suit twice this week. That's a quote from one of my dictionaries. Well, that's interesting because that's exactly the context, which she used it, and she has departed. Unfortunately, but she was of Scottish heritage her maiden name was grant. How about that? Sometimes you might hear Juba Rus JU BER OUS or guber or an all of these are goobies, all of these are variations on dubious. Some of them are spread outside of the south, like you might hear those latter ones in New England. But they're all just basically dialect pronunciations of dubious with hundreds of years of history going back to the old world. That is interesting. A synonym is duper some if you'd like to go that direction. I like that. I like that. Right, and how is that spelled? This guy who says he's going to fix my car for $50. I just don't think he's going to do a good job. And you certainly wouldn't do a good job today for $50. Hey, Alan, thanks so much for calling. Thank you all. It's been an absolute pleasure, and I enjoy your show. Thank you so much. Take care of us again sometime. I will. Thank you. Have a great day. You too, bye bye. All righty. Bye bye. Bye. So JU B OUS is probably the usage that he's talking about. Yeah, Jay, you are U.S.. I'm very likely heard by many people in the American south. I bet a lot of ears perked up when he said that. 877-929-9673. Smart wool merino
"west yorkshire" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Of this week, not only do the parliamentary party have their ability to have their stay on this contest, but also the conservative membership. So Robbie, you know, other nations in Europe, they have a windfall tax. They have stable governments. They haven't seen market meltdowns as we head into what could be an incredibly difficult winter. The Conservative Party is in power here. Do you acknowledge the party's disorganization has made the UK lives for citizens in the UK and materially worse this winter? Well, I don't acknowledge that because what we have put in place quite rightly was the energy price guarantee. This is where the administration was looking at what anticipated energy costs were going to be for an average household. And they were predicted to be as high as 6000 pounds. So the government stepped in, putting the energy price guarantee in place. Ensuring that every household would be on average paying around 2500, that was a huge market intervention by the government. So I absolutely think that the government is on side of every household trying to do their best as national government to ensure that there is the ability for households to benefit with the predicted rises increasing predicted rises of utility bills over the winter period. And of course, that's in addition to the measures that were put in place just before the summer period that was going to kick in with giving out the individual payments for individuals whether they won disability benefit or. More means tested. So I think it's absolutely the case that the government is providing that level of support. Robbie and I have said that the conservative members party members should get their say in this race, but is this really the time to have another vote by Conservative Party members and shouldn't it be the case that if there are two candidates by 2 p.m. today that the one with the fewest number of support should withdraw for the good of the country? A time frame and a very quick time frame has been set by the 1922 quite rightly. So we will have a new prime minister this week. And I think it's absolutely right. That we have a candidate that goes towards number ten that is not only has the backing of the parliamentary party, but also the backing of the conservative membership. So I think that given the type time frame that has been set by the 1922 committee, which I think is absolutely right, this contest will be over very quickly. This week. So that then provides more stability for the nation. So I think it's actually right that we do have that ability to have that conversation because this isn't just about installing somebody at number ten. This is about ensuring the right person at number ten that we are able to unite, provide that stability, provide that calmness to the market and to the nation and that is penny more to my view. Robbie Moore conservative MP for Kayleigh in Italy and west Yorkshire, thank you very much for joining us. You're sporting penny
"west yorkshire" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"So we've got Mac fabulous, fusel ruffles, scaramanga, and indefatigable well named sources. As in, well known horses, but betting in the dark, what's your take? I think my father should win this. He didn't run badly at the entry last time, I was with chief pieces on for the first time. And I think he's been waiting for this kind of opportunity. He's not quite a grid one horse over hurdles. Potentially, as I said, last season. Absolutely smashing chess during the making, but he had a setback earlier in the season and Paul Nichols decided to keep over hurdles. This year, and he's not had an ideal campaign. He ran up all of himself on his reappearance on bride that was too soft from the real keel. And then he was probably a sick horse when he ran next time. Bounce back to form to run respectively. Behind epitomes and the entry hurdle, but he's not quite up to that level, but this is a lot easier for you. I even conceding weird to his rivals. A few rounds of the chess of these days doesn't appeal on quick grind going back over. Over hurdles, scaramanga, we haven't seen him since running in the Cesaro, which and I'm not sure, again, his last run was in the handicap hurdle. At this meeting last year, when he won a mark of one four four, he'd have half a chance of that, but his absence is definitely worth and writes them. And you can decide that that's a pointer, but I just think that lorcan Williams was on board with McLaughlin's last MI that makes a bit of sense to allow him to me and Tim that partnership. It decided a little bit of a big chance on our best form. She's not been at her best this season. Not since a very good second, and I had the capital at Shelton in December. And she took a pretty nasty fall in the mayor's hurdle. Last month, I just wondered whether that will, that will impinge on her enthusiasm, which looked to be winning a newbery. In November, she ran very well to win the to win the west Yorkshire hurdle on her reappearance, which given a good ride by Donald J staying wide on the battlegrounds. Using her tactical speed rather than rather than her stamina to win that female contest, she didn't really want to start at newbury next time. And that was the first sign that she was maybe thinking twice about the racing game. It should look very tough and genuine before them, but she didn't really want to set off. She was about to form a cheltenham, as I said, when Lucy waldens mayor, I just got the better offer and a tight finish. But again, she didn't want her wrist when she was favorite at Warwick for that mayor's contest. The Warwick mayor's hurdle. I thought she looked a little bit reluctant to exhaust herself for all that it turned out to be good for him because the marriage would do whatever he wanted. And you can kind of look through that again all that's better for him than it looks at the time. But I don't think so she put up not much of a fight there and of course we don't know what she would have done in the marital itself because it was just beginning to take shape when she found heavy fall at the top of the hill. So she's been a real fan of a real fun one. It's been a real overhead over the years. It'll be the final point. Every morning. That's what I first. I've been a fan of hers, but I'm just I'm a little concerned about a couple of things I've seen this season since she won on a return and I'm against her for that. I've been, I've been vaguely promising to be able to look at the start of this season, but he hasn't had his conditions and 90 doors under the faster. The front of the ground, the better for him. He needs to be giving width lesser horses rather than running against grade one horses over hurdles. He gets that set up here, and I think you should win. Okay. Should win, love that. So our final race is the four 40. It's the Josh Gifford novices handicapped chase present in counting for Brian Hughes and Donald McCain, Harry skelton and Dan skeleton. We've got beach town, a flick of oil, for Paul Nichols and Harry cobden and Jack Maher for the back Milton Harris after a tremendous season as well in Fargo Bryan had a great season to brief ambition done again. We'll look back in the season with great fondness imagine and can he go out with a winner or is there something else in here that you're looking at a 153 winners is we're currently recording for Donald McCain. This present and counting going to add to that or is there something else here that takes a 153 winners and only one of them in a grid event? Bonkers isn't it? Yeah bonkers. They won the old car and I was a chess. I'd hate up in February and was a pretty moderate contest. That was with Manila. Vanilla times. Hello. Vanilla drama. Spend all the time. Because I would have both thought about that, but maybe not. Maybe not another times this season. Vanilla drama wanted, yes. President Klein is an interesting one here. Again, the faster the grind, the better for him. DOM came a song about him being potentially his only runner at the chart on the vessel, but he didn't go in the end. And it was the grime of soft enough for him when he fell in the race one by big time they are the last time. He's two points lower, which is an interesting..
"west yorkshire" Discussed on Mind Pump
"I do have prime and yeah, I have prime. So yeah, here's a great opportunity for whenever I'm sure you did prime and I'm sure there's some areas that you might not have passed and failed, take some of the movements that are in there. And that's where I would insert them into your programming. Yeah, what part of England are you from, by the way? I just feel in west Yorkshire. Yeah, good deal. My wife's family's from England and I forgot what Paul I'll tell her. To somebody from that area. And I do like training for strength as well. And I like doing, I don't like doing biceps, but I like doing tricep dips. And that's obviously probably going to imbalance my arms. I imagine. Not a lot. I mean, you're still doing pulling stuff. You're still rowing and pull downs and stuff like that. You want to do extra tricep work. That's totally fine. Especially things like dips. Yeah, dips are great for a range of motion. Yeah, so that's a valuable exercise. Yeah, you're totally fine. Okay, cool. All right. Thank you very much. Cassie, I know you said you already have prime. Do you have prime pro? Because that's got some more advanced mobility movements. I don't have time for you. We're going to send that over to you, all right? Oh, perfect. Thank you. We're going to mail it all the way over to England. Thank you. Thank you, Cassie. Thanks for that. All right. Thank you very much. Thanks guys. Thank you. I'm glad Sal, you brought up the point about body fibers. Because here's something that's just more common with women. I feel like I'm getting too big, usually it's a body fat thing, you know? Yeah, no, she may have great arms. And here's the thing where I think that's why I'm glad you brought that up is sometimes that's just it. They just store more body fat in that area. And then they want to avoid it because they feel like it's already thick and I don't want to get any bigger there. And if that's the case, then I actually wouldn't want my client to stop doing buys and try. This is what's hard about doing this over the foot. But it's okay. No, no, no. 100%. It's not like we're avoiding backwards. Yeah, if you're going to drop anything off, she's getting bicep work through all the other pooling movements. So it's not a big deal. But this is where it's hard on the podcast because I don't see her. I don't train her. We're not working together. If I was her coach, I would be able to go like you're fine. We just need to lean out. Plus you have a relationship with no. That's not muscle. I think you're okay. I think the muscle once we get lean, you'll be happy. That's right. And now with women, here's a deal. Very rarely, are they actually too big for my muscle perspective if they are? That's my guess. If they are, it's rare, but if they are, here's the two body parts where it's 99.9% of the time, the issue. Number one calves, women can and have had calves that my wife is like, my wife's calves, or she got bodybuilder calves, she doesn't work them, and she never wants to work them. Luckily, she has small ankles, so it looks real good, but if she trained her calves, they would blow up, so I would totally get that. The second 1 may be legs, and that's it. I have yet to meet a woman ever..
"west yorkshire" Discussed on Podcast Archives - PreparedEx
"It has just been a massive team effort. When I said team, I don't just mean obviously within our organizations and in as a district and travel as a nation, it's just been intense at times, but rewarding as well. Yeah, yeah, can imagine, yeah. It really interesting talk about those partnerships that really, really imperative. And we talk about stakeholder groups certainly with the corporate preparedness work that we do prepared next prepared acts. And those relationships are critical and I'm working together on a regular basis ensures that you can come together in the time of the crisis, if you will. And make it easier on everyone, so that's a great lesson for everyone. Thanks for sharing that. For our listeners, can you explain a little bit what happened in Wakefield as it relates to the fire? I think it was a couple of January's back two years ago, was it? It was, it was in 2020 and you know what, it was out of the given of the end. We had a large fire, then we had two storms, and then with a global pandemic, our new space is very long, so the fire now, yeah, it kind of pales into comparison to the others. But the fire we got a phone call, so in Wakefield council, we have a duty emergency manager, which is the person who was the first part of Carl. And there were not 5 by west Yorkshire fire and rescue that there was a fire, could they go down to sight, the lady called Michelle, she went down to side and it was they had to evacuate over 300 properties because of the fire and it was large by the geography of the fires, a place called speedy bake. Which is right in the center of Wakefield's right next to all the main roads. Next to a large residential area as well. So if you imagine the planter's milk coming up from a bay three thick black smoke, we didn't actually know what was in the smoke at the time, which was one of the hazards. So what we did is we found an incidence rate. So we came together and we set up a command structure cell strategic operational and tactical command structure and we came together and we did a coordinator response from in Wakefield one. So we had within wafer one, which is main council building. We had representatives from areas within the council that would respond as well as people literally at sight as well. So once again, it's a very much a partnership working working very closely with west Yorkshire fire and rescue with west Yorkshire police and the ambulance service and we have regular meetings on the hour every hour for a situation update and it was declared a major incident at first, but then stood down. But we had, for the council, it was the first time that we had to establish what color reception center. So a place that's safe for residents that have been evacuated from the properties, even though we've talked about them theoretically. We've never actually opened one in terms of an emergency. So that was it was really good to do all that and to put our plans into practice and thankfully they did work. So people that were displaced from their homes went to, it was a spark center that we allocated as a reception center. They were there from 4 o'clock in the afternoon till about 11. We provided them with third, so everyone got a pizza from our and then we contacted the doctor because simply had to leave the house quite fast so there were some people that needed urgent medication..
"west yorkshire" Discussed on Woman's Hour
"I'm a triple Hatter at town, district and county councils. Big smile on your face. This is really gone for it. She has. Jackie, just before I let you all go on on this particular topic, you didn't open the Brits this year. I think we were speaking last year when you were involved at that level with Jack Whitehall. Did you miss out? Did you miss it? Well, I was on tenth hooks just in case the Dow couldn't go on. It did. I bet you were thinking about that. Jackie weaver, lovely to talk to you very good to also hear what it's like being the only female metro may have a bit from Tracy braban there the labor method for west Yorkshire and jemima, Al haski chief executive of the forces society. Thank you very much to you indeed. More messages on this to which I will return very shortly, but you may remember my next guest from this. Foundation. I'm gonna know that I should let go but I can't yes, Britain award winning singer songwriter Kate Nash is back with some new songs and having also just turned her hand to acting in the Netflix series glow based on the gorgeous ladies of wrestling from the 1980s..
"west yorkshire" Discussed on Woman's Hour
"Deliver for west Yorkshire. Surely it's got to be about having a drink in the rovers return. Jackie weaver chief officer of the Cheshire association of local councils. And shiv, of course, lockdown zoom, parish council foam. Good morning. Good morning. What role do you think local politics should play in people's lives? If they're not connected to it and why particularly do you think women should think about it? I know many women have are many women are. We're getting those messages as well. But from your perspective, Jackie. I think for me, and my interest is only local councils and by that I mean town and parish councils..
"west yorkshire" Discussed on Woman's Hour
"And whilst you're in opposition, obviously you work really hard for your community, but spend was my patch where I was born and raised. But you can't necessarily deliver on the ground. And when devolution came over the line for where Yorkshire and the Yorkshire woman, the idea and the opportunity of being able to absolutely deliver with power and money was very compelling. And we were really privileged in a way that jemima was talking about the selection process. Actually, we had two women and a man of color. So it was a good spread. And it was an opportunity to really make a difference for the women of west Yorkshire. It's interesting what you're saying because as you said that Tracy, there's a message that's just come in saying, politics in England is very different to politics in Wales and elsewhere. I despair at what's happening in Westminster the characters of it traps the culture it festers, but not all politics is the same and they will get onto this a little bit as also with Jackie weaver. This message says I work for the Welsh government. I'm very proud of what we're doing, making a difference, a genuine differences message says we have some groundbreaking approaches, like the well-being of future generations at a new progressive curriculum for schools, integrated reform of all learning after school. We work together across parties and departments. It's not perfect, but it is really fulfilling and an inspiring place to work. Is it better being a metro mayor than being an MP, Tracy? Well, I don't want to disrespect my colleagues in parliament, but I would say it is one of the best jobs in politics and I'm astounded that not more women want to do it because you can bring your own lived experience to the role as well..
"west yorkshire" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast
"Albion. And they're from Brighton England. Burnley, whose nickname is the clarets, and they're from Burnley Lancashire. Such a British name. Yeah, I know I love it. Chelsea, of course, their nickname is the blues and they're from West London. You have Crystal Palace who's the eagles. They're also from London. Lots of these teams are in London. Their nickname are the toffees, or also sometimes the blues, and they're from Liverpool. Leads united, their nickname is the whites, and they are from Leeds west Yorkshire. And their team anthem, they're known well that their anthem is marching on together is this their team anthem. Everybody just rallies around it. Lester city, their name is the foxes and they're from luster east Midlands. Liverpool, whose nicknames are the reds, so they are also obviously from Liverpool and their anthem as we talked about in the quiz during the John Waters episode is you'll never walk alone. And that song comes from the 1945 Rogers and Hammerstein musical carousel. So the West Ham anthem, which we'll talk about in a second, that is from some just random song from the 1920s that got picked up. But the fact that they took song from the from the musical and turned it into the anthem for like literally one of the most powerful sporting teams in the entire world is blows my mind. That's like that's like if that is like if the Patriots took on that rent song about the minutes. 525,600 yeah. Everyone was like, yeah. Yeah, yeah. People were ripping their shirts off and yeah, so do you. But their boss and accents just like,.
"west yorkshire" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING
"Rachel, Jennifer, Laura, Carrie, Olivia, loreen and Erin, all did. So thank you guys very much for providing these weird news. Like I said, we're going to start out with a camel, and we're going to end with a camel. So let's head to Kansas because why wouldn't there be camels in Kansas? There was a, I think it was one of those nativity scenes. And one of the camels escaped. From the nativity scene, this is in bonner, springs, Kansas. And it's basically they had to it took a whole, I think, 24 hours to actually catch it. They ended up having to rope it. And catch him and they caught him on a freeway. So he, but he made his way onto the freeway. I mean, yeah, he was, he was for a while. But I love when police departments tweet things. So here's the bonner springs police department tweet. Or Facebook, but I don't know, whatever. Both of those things. If you've heard the unbelievable tales, let us tell you that they are true. Officers and animal control spent the entire day chasing down a loose camel. This morning officers took to the golf courses in pursuit of the camel on golf carts no less. Convention chasing him down with golf carts with the last song. Later, it took a leisurely jaw down case Evan highway and into some of the neighborhoods officers and animal controller finally able to catch up to the Kimmel and the 600 block of Nelson avenue, where it was safely, quote, taken into custody. By lasso, the camel was reignited with its owners and will go back to doing camel things. Like terrorizing golfers. Yes. And you know, I mentioned golf course. We're going to go to a golf course in the next one. Oops. Good job. We've been down here is very quiet, by the way. All right, so we're going to go to the golf course and we're going to head to west Yorkshire, golf club in calderdale. I'm assuming this is in England, but I know it's in the UK. So these guys are out golfing. And not one, but two. Giant hogs come on to the golf course. Hogs. And I've seen pictures now. These things are freaking huge. Like, I don't know how they can walk at this point, because they're so big. There are two black hogs pigs. Are these domesticated or wild? Well, I must be domesticated for that fat. That's super nice, okay. So called David mckidd 40 said the two black pigs were first spotted on the course on Sunday..
"west yorkshire" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"Answer that question, but it's probably what Joe herself would have would have wanted. But we were all very conscious at that time that security would be a major consideration. And it has to be said that the west Yorkshire police back then spends in restaurants in the north of England the restaurant should police have been fantastic in protecting Kim and her family throughout all of this. But you can just imagine how this felt for Kim herself, but also for her partner her parents to hear that another MP had been killed in such similar circumstances stabbed at a constituency event on a Friday. And it's a big surprise that she should have said what she, what she did. And Kim has had to reflect on that. What do you think she's been thinking do you think she would consider leaving politics? No, I don't think she will, I think she takes the view that you need when people in politics you need the right people in politics who go into it for the right reasons and the vast majority of MPs do exactly that. But there's also a sense that you don't let the terrorists win. They want to drive good people out of politics. They want to create division and they want to set commuters against each other. That's the very purpose of their atrocious acts that they form. And one response to that, not the only response to one response to that is to ensure that democracy.
"west yorkshire" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast
"But it's a fascinating tale and again it's just one of those kind of yorkshire mysterious legends. You know see the pictures now. We're looking at these next. And now they're hilarious. Now but back then i mean you know. Prominent people were like. Oh my god. They're so real look at the the wings fluttering and you can see the movement and the oh. It's amazing so yeah. I don't actually know what happened. Maybe two it. Also it also reminds me of Like poltergeist accounts. Like this happens with You know there'll be there'll be activity reported and then people come to try to document it and the activity stops and people think well it never was happening in the first place and then somebody will hoax activity trying to convince the investigators that it was really and the whole thing is then decided to whole thing was a big hoax. Because it's it's that like you just said you know the make it to you. Fake fake it to you make it. It seems like pretty office. It wasn't the girls that faked the photographs. No it was. Yeah it was the girls do. Yeah yeah okay well. This is a really good job. Yeah he did a really good job. I was thinking it was you know. I mean they've never used the camera before they had developed film. I mean you know seemed like it was the dad. Did it no. It was a little girls because the parents like thought it was real. Why didn't actually say my tail but the the daughter of the keen photographer. She did know what she was doing. All right because she would watch her father so they had plenty experience developing film. I guess because. I mean yeah but they were. They were excellent artists as well because they are really well rendered. Yeah yeah that's Yeah do you. Do you think that they really did think. They were interacting with fairies and they were trying to make fake. That's what i'm talking about with a poltergeist stuff. In some cases it really looks like something was happening. And they're unable to convince people so they hoax some kind of proof right. Yeah no absolutely i think. Later in her life. I think part of me. I can't remember her name. I wanna call her. Elsie the the elder daughter She was interviewed as an older elsie. Right and francis griffiths believe this is for memory. But i think she she was interviewed later in life and she absolutely i think at one point she said oh no of course. We didn't see fairies. But i think at that point they were so sick of all the attention like this went on for the rest of their life. Like it families in lives like you know. There's you still see articles now. My parents got divorced because of the cotton fairies But i think that. Lc in the end. I wanna see on her deathbed just to make it sound cool but she did absolutely say no we did. We did see them and we were friends with them and they were obviously really nice ones and not the evil kind right. So that's fascinating but yeah that that poltergeist saying again. I'm kind of waning. Well we're almost done here on. Your mind goes blank and i know what it is. It's as creepy creepy. I think it's the most documented poltergeist e house in the world and it's in pontefract west yorkshire and there's films about it is called the black monk poltergeist There's yeah thanks kyle..
"west yorkshire" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast
"I mean yeah and people here take advantage of it going back to what i was saying in the beginning you know. I'm always fascinated by anyone that says to me. Oh you know. I grew up here and you know it's i wanna live in some zone might will you know i. I don't think you actually know how amazing it is here. i think. also there's i don't. I don't think there's a plot but there's definitely no connection you're not brought up to kind of. I know we go on field trips and things like that. But i think there's so much culture inherited cheer and i think it's not being promoted i think is should i know a lot of people blame funding and in this and we can't preserve this church like a lot of the churches are they're just not being kept in they're falling apart I don't wanna sound depressing. But i think that's why i just want to promote beauty and just the the diversity of of what we have here. You know historically yes. I think you're saying that these people who are like why do you live here you. You're you're thinking is like they're not connected to their own land and their own heritage. And what's what's here. Why they don't understand how amazing it is. Yeah and it's it's sad. I think i think i bright in the eyes of some people and they're like oh. I didn't know that i didn't know that You know indefinitely. That's kind of what i had in mind for tonight. There are other things that i i had but like i don't know if you've heard of the cuttingly ferries famous fairy story. Yes do you remember that. Yes helen tell us the story. I do i this involved. Tell us the story. Well i mean it was. It was absolutely famous at the time. i mean truly a because it was all advocated by arthur conan doyle. I mean he's the one who kind of pushed this whole story into the forefront of you know all the journals and papers at the time in london you know Basically the story goes as two cousins. Who lived in a place called cuttingly which is near bradford in west yorkshire And i think there was a little back a little stream and like a little woodland behind their house where they lived And these cousins obviously lived close by to each other. And i think the elder daughters Father was a keen photographer. And at that time you know that wasn't really that popular. Not many people have their own cameras. And of course you know my notes the actual date so. I think this happened notes. I know i've seen the pictures. It's nineteen seventeen okay In one thousand nine hundred seventeen a lot of you might have seen some of the pictures. Yeah so The daughter begged and bags and bags. Her father. who i believe was some kind of engineer. please you.
"west yorkshire" Discussed on Woman's Hour
"In parliament. And i'm pleading with the parliamentary authorities not to exclude women from our politics by making it so complicated by talking about constitution that we don't have but ignoring their public sector equality duties which we do have an are written into law. I'm very pleased to have the support of michigan dharar in the doughty street chambers to challenge all of this because i think this is my second baby and as you can tell with problems. I've had i won't be doing this again. But i know of thousands of brilliant women out there in our country who would make fantastic political representatives and they deserve better. This is not good enough. This is not what would happen in any other employment role. This is what the real world saying parliament saying. Well hang on a minute. The concept of maternity cover is perfectly well established. I can go in and speak on a keep in touch day but my locum that i pointed previously filled all those gaps and allowed me to be with my first child. Why's my second child going to be denied the opportunity because they can't understand two and a half years later but the lack of women in public life isn't an issue that they have to ignore. It's an issue. They have to address. I want to ask you a couple of other issues about a couple of other issues before we let you go. I am grateful for your time today. Because i know that you have been helping them well over the last few days so i am grateful to you. You will have seen a lot of reporting in recent days about the violence on the campaign trail in in the battling spend by-election which is taking place tomorrow. In west yorkshire muniz been reports of people being attacked during canvassing being punched kicks been faked lattice distributed and this claims that people are some people within the community trying to stoke up divisions there. This of course is a constituency where jaycox was murdered. Back in twenty. I mean i don't get into the specifics of what's happening about leeann span but as a female. Mp today in twenty twenty one. How vulnerable do you feel. I think we have all seen. And we've all experienced the abuse harassment the disproportionate attacks the take on our colleagues of women of color. I think of up experiences. For example. And i think what we're all very worried about people today is just online. Actually this is offline too. I've had people screaming and shouting me in the street..
"west yorkshire" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple
"Many many cases where working in melbourne during lockdown say. Thanks for that carolina her. She started the other night. I know what cream of the crop means that. Can you tell me why it's crop. What does a crop half to do with cream. And they couldn't find that we might know well. The corp is simply a crop that you might harvest in the field so that one's not surprising there and cream used figuratively to mean the top or the best or something because obviously cream rises to the milk is left to stand so it came to be used figuratively to mean the the top of the very best. Say you might say. They're the cream of society for example and the cream of the crop is simply means the very best of that yield. That's the idea. Well thank you thank you. Caroline kosta lang melbourne australia. How wonderful looked up in in australia for years. But we're here. We're here for you. Keep listening to somebody we care susan. That's amusing. I was talking. I was talking. We had cost mentioned their catalan kosta wing. And here's someone called susan coop or could it be coombe kkob coupe. Coupe is i think about. She was walking in north yorkshire near harrogate and came across a spring with atoms ale engraved into a nearby rock and husband from west yorkshire. Had never heard of it but susan's from the midland's new the shipment washer but they were puzzled about where it comes from. It has indeed meant water for quite longtime since the seventeenth century and the idea is simply a reference to the azim the first man of adam and eve until water is taken to be a drink of natural simplicity and so appropriate to the first at that point untarnished pure. I man not see idea and i look this up in the dictionary..
"west yorkshire" Discussed on Distorted View Daily
"It is beyond disgraceful. I really hope someone reported the driver. And there's that can be done about it. Another person added what the fuck is wrong with people. How can that ever be funny dumb. Don't make me feel bad for laughing. at that. community campaigner jasmine reeves described the pickup truck as disturbing. It later emerged that the image on the pickup truck was spray painted with the words. This is not okay. A protest by a woman more than two years ago ali steward became enraged when she and her ten year old daughter spotted the truck on february tenth twenty nineteen. She said i was out with my daughter. And i saw the truck with his vile image on the back and i was fuming. I was right next to clair's accessories and we went inside to buy some pink hair spray. As i knew it would just wipe off. I went out there. And i spray. A sprayed on the back in a few days later had a letter from the police asking me to call them due to criminal damage. James hell well of leeds west yorkshire over there in the uk faced fury in two thousand fourteen. When he had a similar sticker of tied up woman on the back of his truck. He insisted yes they're sold. They're sold in stores. He insisted that he only put it up as a joke and he removed it after being worn by police that he could be charged with a public order offence if he continued to display it. What do you guys think. Check out the chapter artwork or featured image over there distorted view dot com super freak dot. Com is funny is it offensive is a little bit of both. Let me now. Let's talk about it all right second story we have for you today. I feel like poor. Religious people are just taken hit after hit on today's episode. I'm so sorry but some of the shit you do is who are. The governor of utah is calling on a higher power to help combat the extreme dry weather afflicting state on thursday governor spencer cox declaration calling for utahns pronounce it utans residents of utah to participate in a weekend of prayer from friday to sunday. I have some audio here of the governor asking for the prayers. We need more rain and we need it now. We need some divine intervention. That's why i'm asking you tons of all faiths to join me. In a.
"west yorkshire" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And of course, you can keep up with everything that we do on our website it new sound stop or g'kar. Right now listening to some music that kind of has that blown speaker distortion effect, And that actually is a pretty good way of describing what Bridget Hayden does. She is a Singer and guitarist and piano player as well, who lives in England in West Yorkshire and has put out an album called Your touch only from now on, they said so. That's the name of the record. We'll hear a piece called Cold Steel rain. This is music that has at its heart, the sound of folk music and especially of the blues, like slow Are deep Delta blues, but that's under the surface. The surface itself is full of this heavily distorted sound as if you're hearing the music from beneath the surface of the water or something. It's a remarkable effect from Bridgett Hayden. Oh, Mm hmm. Mm. Mm hmm. Yes. Steve So Mm hmm. That's music from the British, the English guitarist and producer and singer Bridgett Hayden from an album called Pure Touch, only from now on, they said, so that's the name of the record. We heard a piece called cold Steel Rain, And while it begins with voice and guitar, it ends up with something that Bridgett Hayden describes on her band camp page as Galaxy electrified musical noise. All right. I'll buy that. Let's let's listen next to some electrified musical noise from Montreal from the veteran producer Tim Hecker. Uh, he did a record not too long ago, where he took the sounds of an Icelandic choir and processed it into something unrecognizable. He has now done something similar with the members of a group out of Tokyo called Tokyo Got Krusa. They play the traditional instruments of the imperial Japanese gaga coup ensembles. And from an album called Paranoia will hear a piece called this Life. It is full of the highly processed and altered sounds of the traditional read instruments and the strings and the percussion. All of the sounds that have been part of this traditional gaga coup ensemble from Japan and are now Pretty well hidden in this music from Tim Hecker. Yeah. Yeah. Mm. Mm hmm. Yes. Right? Yeah. Tim Hecker, Montreal based composer and producer is.
Radiation used to treat benign conditions up to the 1960s has led to illness and death
"Element because it does not have as it should. This is a sideshow today. We have news about space weather. That may make the prospect of life in some of those earth like planets unlikely tale about trees. And how we couldn't wait to get rid of them and boy in iraq who amid the bombing and terror was inspired by omni to become a doctor but he wants more is madame curie which for i find it easier to observe talking. I measure uranium and i discover less radiations than i do in. It's all the always more powerful than the element exactly the same test six times. I get identical results. My instinct is that there is another element that skewing the results. You think you've found an undiscovered element. If you're laughing at me then i'm not laughing at you as exciting pinprick of radium gathered from four tons of pitchman. The most beautiful thing you've ever seen smash beautiful thing. I've ever see from the film radioactive now showing marie curie who won lasting fame and an early death her dedication and here doctor says he is not from the university of technology. Sydney reflects on some personal implications of that story as a young teenager going through a pile of old family photos with my mother. I came across a photo of myself as a small child. Cute murad the photo showed me wearing a close fitting skullcap buttoned under the chin. An old fashioned bathing cup. When i ask my mother about it. She told me she'd made matching cups for all my clothes because lost some here after some medical treatment will actually she conceded when pressed are gone bold and stayed bald for a long time. Wash nothing to worry about. I was assured. So i didn't not thin anyway. Mom was off hand about it. I'd had skin problems. She said moore richardson. I suspect to talk about the problem rather than the treatment itself. The skin problem was ringworm of the scalp. A common enough childhood complaint but it could be nasty and like headlights in primary schools. Today it was a sort of thing. Scrupulous parents weren't happy to own up to win the ring. Mom didn't clear up. The local doctor's advice was to travel from our country town to sydney for treatment in a special facility at a big city hospital. Mom was vague about the details of the treatment. What she recalled from the sessions. While is that they'd rub some kind of cream on my head and then they'd turn a ray on it for a while. This was done several times. She couldn't exactly remember how many but by the time the treatments were finished. My head was completely bald at the time. I didn't push for more. It couldn't have been a major matter if mama so inclined to dismiss it. And i hadn't really thought about it over the years or at least not until recently many decades later when i was diagnosed with stage three muscle invasive cancer of the bladder and in the ensuing panic we began to rummage around in the family. History for possible reasons. Why no history. Nothing obvious but then the image of my small bald self came to mind by a strange coincidence not long before i'd heard an interview on abc. We've pulitzer prize winner. Deborah balloon about her book. The poisonous handbook achieve lee shocking. Mix of science toxicology history and to crime the book tells her poisoning motors tended to be perfect crimes in the early twentieth century until detective work in chemistry and toxicology established forensic science as a tool in the arsenal of the crime. Stoppers of the day among the poisons detailed in bloom's book along with us nick cyanide mercury carbon monoxide and thallium. I was surprised to find a lengthy section about radium. Deborah blum's droll reference to the early enthusiasm for radium stuck in my mind and so did a story. My specialist told me during a pre surgery briefing about the british town of huddersfield. In industrial west yorkshire. Many hundreds of factory workers in the area had died of cancer of the bladder in the twentieth century as a direct result of long term exposure to various toxic chemicals and dyes. I learned later. That warnings had been ignored by both industry and government and research findings suppressed
May, EU live in interesting times: Brexit
"After a simmering hiatus punctuated by cross party talks and local elections Brexit is once more bubbling to the surface in Britain as was clear in parliament yesterday. Prime Minister Theresa may doesn't exactly enjoy the full support of her party lost confidence in the prime minister. I'm wishing to resign before the European elections. Mrs may not for the first time blamed parliament for the quagmire of Brexit delays. This is a government that wants to deliver Brexit and has been working to deliver Brexit silently, so far so far. The house of Commons is not found a majority to do that today. She'll meet a group of parliamentarians from her conservative party called the nineteen twenty two committee on the docket, Mrs Maes political future, and she wants to get parliament to approve tweet legislation on her plan for leaving the European Union. So having already failed three times to get her withdrawal agreement through the Coleman's. She's comeback with four point zero and mckelvey is one of our most dedicated followers of Brexit. And she wants to bring that back in the week beginning, the third of June. But at the same time, she doesn't have much new to put in bills, so MP's are asking themselves. Why should I vote any differently if you didn't like it, the first three times here comes serving number four among the senior Tory? Impeach that she'll be speaking with today. What's the mood? I've speaking to a number of conservatives this week, both at the cabinet level where. The official messages. Yes, she is on her way out. But let's not waste this good crisis. Let's get this Brexit deal through if they're so minded, and just get something done so that we're not left looking like we hit a complete waste of time. Prime minister if you go to senior backbench conservatives and you sit around to the tea rooms, buzz inside the Commons around the Coleman's you hear a lot of people saying that's not good enough. We need to know with more clarity with ones out there in the front line and all constituencies. We need a clear date. And crucially Brady who is head of the nineteen twenty two committee, so called the most influential backbenches has switched from basically allowing the prime minister a bit more of a timeline to messaging, very strongly that he wants clarity on when she intends to go. You mentioned this nineteen twenty two committee who were they what, what power do they wield. And what can she expect when she meets them today, they can make or break a conservative leader Florence by insisting on a vote of no? Confidence. They've already had one of those intrigues, a she survived it hugely convincingly, but she did. So that's off the cards for a while the problem with the meeting again. And again, in this particularly for straighted frame of mind is, they're all some people are calling to change the rule book. So they'd have another go getting rid of her will the hope had been that something might emerge from these talks with Jeremy Corbyn? Labour leader. What's that, not being the case? What are what are his thoughts, do you think what are calculations? Well, I'm giving you a bit of an eye roll not well. And there are some people who believed in, in these talks with not that many because if you think about it from the position of two parties, one of which the labor party under Jeremy Corbyn, an insurgent, hard, left leader of the party really wants an election. He wants to bring down the conservative government. So his motivation is really to show that he was prepared to help and was rebuffed and blame the conservatives, the conservative reason for holding them was really well to fill in the gap. All these weeks, we haven't been talking so much about it. It meant that something was going on. And the government could say it was trying to reach out across the divide of new criticism of Theresa May. But I think if you look at the motivations of these two leaders, there's not much that's going to get them to the church on time. British voters seemed to have responded to that in recent local elections both of the major parties got thumped, as anybody sort of arisen to kind of take the place of these parties. I've been on the road looking at areas of the conservatives need to win seats back Kent, not so far outside London much more mix of Brexit and remain than than London itself, if you look at the big county like it's a funny makes you now of district's which liberal Democrat that green independent, we once had Regine blue, we now have all sorts of colors of the rainbow. And the two main parties also look set to do badly in a curious election next week because Brexit is delayed. Brits must vote for new members of the European parliament, even though they're to be out of the European Union by the end of October. And perversely it's an anti EU political group that's been one of the hardest. Campaigners? Nigel. Faraj. It was a rally of the new Brexit party in Pontefract, which is near Pontefract, which is an old mining town in West Yorkshire. There is strong labor. John Peet is Brexit editor, but the Brexit party is attracting a lot of support from people who voted leave. It was an area that rated very heavily for leave and Nigel Farraj, and some of his fellow candidates are the Brexit party were wearing the supporters.