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'Worrying trend': Post-Cold War drop in nukes could be over

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 weeks ago

'Worrying trend': Post-Cold War drop in nukes could be over

"A Swedish arms watchdog says the world stockpiles of nuclear weapons are expected to increase in coming years after declining since the end of the Cold War The Stockholm international peace research institute says the decrease in recent decades seems about to be reversed as all 9 nuclear armed countries are increasing or upgrading their arsenals Wilfred one the director of cypris weapons of mass destruction program says it is a very worrying trend New report says the U.S. and Russia hold 90% of the world's nuclear weapons while other nuclear states are either developing or deploying new weapons systems or have announced their intention to do so I'm Charles De

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Where Did All of the 'Black Lives Matter' Money Go?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:48 min | 4 months ago

Where Did All of the 'Black Lives Matter' Money Go?

"So there's an ongoing story I want to spend some time on because it's really important, which is where did all of Black Lives Matter money go? This is not a small amount of money, and there's a lot of the same sort of actors that we have kind of grown accustomed to that are involved in this. So first, I'm reading from an article from spiked, is that the name of the website spiked? By Wilford Wilfred Riley. Quote, the Black Lives Matter movement has raised billions of dollars over the past several years, but no one wants or seems to care about how the money was spent now. Washington Post, New York Times, they're totally uninterested in this. Totally. On December 2020, The Economist noted that $10.6 billion had been pledged to causes an organization's affiliated with BLM.

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Are Scientists Really Worried About Climate Change?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:44 min | 11 months ago

Are Scientists Really Worried About Climate Change?

"Scientists. I don't know how many real scientists if people in your audience now but The scientists. I know who deal with climate. They don't think the scientists settled. They really don't. They're afraid to say much of anything because they get stomped on if they don't toe the line and they don't get government grants which aren't the life of modern science getting money from the government. You know eisenhower warned against this in his spare well-dressed having this happen exactly what has happened so sciences thoroughly politicized but a lot of people. I know when you get them down in the soundproof room. Where they they will big exciting. We really don't we really can't justify the kinds of apocalyptic pronouncements that are made even by the un and other such organizations let alone your local crazy so We expertise is caving in on itself. Is it's a what glenn reynolds of instant fame. The already trained the k. Through twelve implosion. But the all the professions are imploding at partly because they don't place around ranks that that was one of the practices back in one hundred years or so ago. When this whole expert knowledge things started to take all the experts. They were credential daily but they also police up. They had this thing called peer review.

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‘We the People’: Should We Consult Experts?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:06 min | 11 months ago

‘We the People’: Should We Consult Experts?

"Should consult experts. We should but we don't get the call the tune ultimately the people decide. That's what we the people is about a way the risks and And we don't as much as possible. We have the freedom to do the wrong thing. That's what free bits could premium is not. This is only the freedom to do the right thing that experts approved i think very fundamental issue out our society. Yeah and part of the issue. Is that the kind of The empowerment of the expert class ends up being tyrannical by nature. Because if you question for example found she right now he will it. He will argue from authority. And say no. I i run nih. I know more than you do. And so by definition it chokes. It out this disagree with me. Used to disagree with science writing. He said that And you know. I i think one of the things that will be so much better and found sheet to be fair. It times has done about. This is to be modest to say you know. We're not really sure what the hell is going on and And a few times he has said that It's declarative statement. Was mass are not necessarily know and no uncertain terms when he first took that line and then now master the be all and end are depending on what day of the week it is and whether you're democrats or republicans having a party whatever. Martha's video argument. There's an inconsistency that. I think a lot of his undermines the kind of respect for expertise that we ought to have. We ought to be people who have devoted their lives to studying. Immunology or one of these other vary recognized fields. They deserve to be listen to what were than the guy at the other. End of the bar goes fifth beer on tap and not on top.

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"wilfred" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:16 min | 11 months ago

"wilfred" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Ended up in fact in a speech. That has the provocative title what to the slave is your fourth of july And it's full of really corresponding devastating. it divestments. More diamonds of of an american tolerance. Leave your but in the end in divorces the constitution in the lowest calls glorious a glorious darken. So that's a biggie. For me you know frederick douglass born. That's a that's a. That's already i balanced to respect them lincoln. I think persuaded the hit a fractious relationship. Doug was audited was going fast enough. That's right there's there's there's a great story of frederick douglass who comes to the white house to visit with abraham lincoln and no one can believe a black man would be waiting in line to go to the white house. And they they the alert president lincoln. That frederick douglass is there and almost immediately. He calls for douglas to come and at every turn even in the white house. People were trying to stop him to go see lincoln. Because i couldn't believe that black men would be invited. And as soon as abraham lincoln saab frederick douglass he said Frederick my friend come on in and just made every silent. The great story Y- i wanna ask you about One part of lincoln's life that was rediscovered by the great harry jaffa. Which is the lincoln douglas debates. And i want everyone understand that. A harry jaffa was learning under. Leo strauss in new york city and harry jaffa went to a used bookstore and kind of stumbled upon the original transcript of the lincoln. Douglas debates and no one had ever really done scholarship meaningful scholarship of this moment of history. Until harry. jaffa. There'd be some people that wrote about it. But what jaffa realized and he discovered was that this was really the ancient debate of what is justice. And abraham lincoln was very concerned about that sort of question of what is a human being. What is the correct way. We should build a government you talk about. How abraham lincoln either willingly or knowingly or unknowingly was participating in really a new founding of the united states. A you can make an argument. He refounded our country. Yes and that's an argument has been bathed by my people both favorable and unfavorable till i get. That's the thing that's the one thing that the calhoun nights and jaffa cat rian is that lincoln change the country. Yes and gary wills is another. Who sort of picked up that. The argument From his teeth speaker. Douglas dare and yeah it no. It's it's some. I think i'm not gonna i'm not gonna go into what my position is on that unless you want me to behind jaffa jaffa was And you know. I'm not as well acquainted with jeff. I actually knew strauss slightly. While i while i was student. John's college when he was collared residents there and i had the honor of show furring a couple of power because a campus buddy had that campus job. He a couple of times. He slipped.

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"wilfred" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:08 min | 11 months ago

"wilfred" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Necessary. Know by the right means by the correct me by the the the Legally sanctioned me. that's another reason. We need to remember lincoln. We'd lionize it. But what did he do. He was a guy who went by the book for the most part. Now you'll get southerners. Who was they bad. He he suspended writs of habeas corpus. And that kind of thing. We can have a discussion about about whether that's also a word power of the present. But but for the most part he tried to do things constitutional because he it felt if you didn't preserve the constitution you just through the constitution away There'd be no getting back there'd be no you'd have to go through all sorts of hell to try probably unsuccessfully to reestablish but because we included in the constitution the power to amend it it wasn't mandible and was correctable to be brought in line with what he believed was the founding inside of the declaration of independence. That's something else that people are back lot. And then i won't take it up here but it's it's A is consistent with his thinking and one of the thing. And then. I'll let you get a word in edgewise darling. You're you're very kind of your convince frederick douglass. The great aback abolitionist. Billy may arguably the most power speak. Maybe somebody will say our bigger saying when he he was. He emancipated himself really Taught him out. There being became quite learning great orange. Her originally was with the faction of abolitionist that the constitution was a pact with the devil and was not had no moral authority Lincoln among others turned him around him and he.

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"wilfred" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

07:03 min | 11 months ago

"wilfred" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"It it in internalizes in channels all of these conflicts into something that in the end we believe as productive of the greater good. I think one thing that's constitution may be faulted for is it doesn't it doesn't talk enough about civic virtue. Some people would fall for that. I don't because i think the state constitutions at that time were considered to be the real seedbeds of training citizens virtue so it you know they were very you know people talk about how god is mentioned in the constitution. Well that that that is not a sign that the founders were all atheists hardly it was a sign that they thought religion and things like establishment of which That was the responsibility to stay. That was not any of their business. And even the first amendment which was part of the original constitution. The bell writes It's really about just about national church. It forbids a national church. The states went right on having a state established that was currently constituted. So in the way for me too excited here. So that notion that that the constitution autumn inculcating virtue. I think is maybe maybe a little overblown. But there's something to it. It's not just the collision force just the same as in a courtroom. You expect the defense attorney about bigger expect. You expect the prosecutor to be vigorous but it doesn't mean they get right the lie or cheese or a withhold evidence or they are officers of the court which means they have a loyalty to the process and we Sometimes lose sight of that. There's some veneration. The constitution is absolutely essential if the constitution is going to work. And i don't see. I think we have a whole lot of that. We're not bringing up young people to battery at the constitution. That's for sure g. Talk more about the story of the constitutional convention. How a team to be the drama around it about the importance of story. This is one of the best. The greatest stories in american history. That really hasn't been told. I would love to see. Some martin scorsese type. Do a real you know movie on this talk about it. It's it's it's a. It's a really beautiful moment. In american history well i have this assemblage of great great people You have out All of the conflicting or many of the conflicting interests in the country represented including southern planters. Who were not yet. As addicted to slave labor as they will become but even so very resistant to the idea of abolishing slavery at the time of the founding adoption of the constitution. That's one of the things we look back at. We just say why they have done that. Then but you know what one of the things that the front of the framers had taken to account was a if you didn't bring the whole wagon train whiz you If some states dropped out so we're not gonna do this. The the national enterprise would very likely have failed. We would've fallen apart. It would have been to a kind of mycosis assorted direction. And and then they would have been pray for european powers to come in england or others to come back in and pluck up as with the civil war so with the period after the revolution the critical period away had to be found to hold it all together and You know many of the Framework honestly believe slavery was on. Its way out. It was instituted. What could last of course then came the adventure of the cotton. Gin calvin those things can help. Yes yeah but but the convention you're right it's a wonderful story and there is a there are a couple of. There's some good books about it. We we much what we know about. What actually happened because it wasn't secret in a hot philadelphia's summer it can get pretty hot philadelphia especially when you have the windows closed so that nobody can overhear he but madison james madison. Who is often thought of as the architect of the constitution to copious notes. And so we know a lot and it's pretty accurate. I mean as far as we can tell what little we get from. Other sources corroborates Madison's testimony and yeah there are all kinds of ideas out there and the drama. I would be wonderful to have a talented patriotic. Hollywood director. If i let me. That's a contradiction in terms. But i know that's offense but now the scene spielberg movie about lincoln is very good for you. The option of the thirteenth amendment. That lincoln and this is something that i think we turn lincoln into this sort of plastic peres state. He was shrewd shrewd auditions and dealmaker. And you can see all that that move. I recommend but but there's nothing wrong with We think of as a dirty thing. And that's it's important that we not regard politics as intrinsically low. Art is the art of getting people who are not on the same page to cooperate with one another and politicians other people who talk to one another In lieu of the people who can't talk to one another and that's always been true in a representative democracy. It's especially true so yet just the the the the process. It's such an intricate story of but the process by which these different proposals coalesce The proponents of the respective plants. The new jersey plan. The virginia plan Come to champion their view of how How.

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Was George Washington Egotistical? Historian Wilfred McClay Weighs In

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:58 min | 11 months ago

Was George Washington Egotistical? Historian Wilfred McClay Weighs In

"Now. Can you talk about how. Washington is sometimes portrayed by modern historians being egotistical person. Because he didn't wanna over even want to preside over the constitutional convention us kind of waffling on that right. Some people say that's because of his ego. I don't think that's right. I think it's because he didn't want to put his name behind something. That could have been destructive. You talk about that. How washington almost didn't actually agree to it. Yeah no he look. He he came. He came out of retirement Several times He he wanted nothing more at the conclusion of revolution than to go back his beautiful estate about bourbon. And and hang out there You know And having urged that peace and quiet but he he felt strongly that He the the country he owed in a dubious country he. He was very formed by sort of ideals of classical notions of virtue. Robin like cincinnati. The farmer who turned who does his duty in the blau or k. Tau andy elder. Well there was a wonderful play by. Joe savannah's About cape though. I think it's actually called. Keiko and that washington apparently saw numerous times and had shown to his head and performances put on for his troops numerous times at these critical points when morale was was going through the floor. And it's so that that was his notion he He could certainly have become king if he had wanted to. And the car do that. Is that the behavior in kansas. I don't think

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"wilfred" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

10:28 min | 11 months ago

"wilfred" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"And there were some of the patriots. John dickinson of philip of pennsylvania. Who would not sign the declaration of independence Even though he was he was just as angry as everybody else wants because he feared. What's gonna happen if we are. An independent will be able to kind of handle things. Will we be able to raise. An army will be you know we've taken for granted certain things come with being part of the empire so it took a lot of guts for people. These smart guys who knew what they were getting into the plans. Their you know their sacred honor to this audacious act of separation But i think it was a desire to have liberty to be free to not have a in essentially foreign power which is what the british and become to them. They had come to think of themselves as american. That's an interesting thing through this process which we'd seventeen sixty three and seventeen seventy six for so. We became americans. We stopped being. It was columnists living in america and in our own minds. That's that's the hearts and minds. John r were changed than he says. That was a real american. Lose is coming to think of ourselves as merican does not just the extension of england so dr mcclay. There's a lot of people that debate. What our birthday is as a nation. And i always find it interesting that we consider our birthday to be the day that we signed a separation document not the day we won the war not the day that we ratified the constitution in seventeen eighty seven or that. We had the bill of rights become the law the land in seventeen ninety one. Why is it important. And what is the argument to say that our birthday was the day that we sign the document in july of seventeen. Seventy six well and you know it could be also july second because that was the day that we actually passed the resolution. By but they lie. Fourth was named the document the declaration was ratified and was was promulgated. I think i you know. I think that it's actually the other things are not i. I would have any trouble dismissing those arguments. But the second is fourth. That's a that's an interesting call. Par jefferson was doing and what the founders were doing with the declaration. They were declaring. It was a it was as i liked to say to my students as this was a press. Release to the world. Here's what we're doing and this is why we're doing and so you get this. The long train of abuses are spelled out in rather vivid prose. A nobody a lot of people don't read it ain't nobody but a lot of people in the preamble would be the famous words of the jefferson about are being created equal and so on but It really it really is an effort to save to the world. This here we are. This is what we're doing this why we're doing it. And there's a grandeur about that state it's is a it's not just a fob like divorce decree it's it's not against something is for some. We've come of age. You know it at the beginning of talks about in the course of human events that comes at time when you're when people should separate from another people you know and it's almost we've really sure th- really almost a child that's were beyond the parent. It's time to be on. it's so i think insists sentence even at the outset that we were doing something of that was more important than just our own welfare. It makes the fourth of july the right day because in fact we we now know that we were. We were doing something that was dramatically transform reduce in history of the world. They're never been anything like the nation that came out of the american revolution. Never been a republic of that sites. Come forward and committed itself to the principles of south rule of republicans self rule so he was mantis and The declaration of the rights in declaration of independence at didn't have to be there but it was being. I think that's again part of the grand. Your documents seized the moment and made something much bigger out of it. So i favour now. Can i comment on one thing. You mentioned that the constitution. I've always felt the constitution gets changed in our national. We do constitution day. But most people can't tell you what it is. They know when the fourth of july is because they thought that july september seventeen. And there've been efforts to canonize aid. And i i hope some of these are beginning to bear fruit but it doesn't have the possess the fourth of july have. I wish people did. According more respect us. It seems to me you know. There are many nations on this planet to have independence day. There are not many there are not any there about any can celebrate having a constitution that's lasted over two hundred thirty years. Is god willing still going strong. I don't know it's constantly being battered. And that's an element of our history is the the constitution has has been challenged every day of the week. So it's not new. I think we have some real obstacles to restoration the constitution as originally understood. But at least it's their enlist. We have it as the president. Look too so. I believe we should celebrate it more. I'm all for a much or high octane. Constitution day that what we have now so so may have both and also december of seventeen ninety one on the bill of rights got ratified as well. That's pretty significant as well. Yeah yeah it is it is. It is and for a lot of people bill price when they say the constitution. They're actually talking about the bill of rights they don't they're not really talking about the separation of powers we right you know. They shouldn't be but they aren't is it's it's versus amendment second amendment. You're talking to and and thank god for those things. Because for george mason who has yes. Yes and james madison. Who will you. Jimmy considered the architect of the constitution. He didn't really want bill of rights and there was a good argument. That if you start enumerating some rights. What about the ones you didn't mention. Does that mean those aren't rights. That's the ninth. So yeah yeah. So that's that's the ninth and tenth amendment. So they're gone those maybe sunday. We'll we'll give them respect. They're due but yeah it's it's i. It's thank the saint. George mason banks that thanks to thank the famous his. They were the ones who really pushed for at one of the last of that history is that a lot of conflicts in this country. We don't you don't have winner-takes-all the winner has to give something loser and sometimes with the part that the loser gives as being the best part. So that's something to really this polarized time and and i i really pretty polarized myself along with dive. But but it's important to remember that that we've had You know contrary to what the president said the other day we have had. We've had worse times then. Now we civil war for example and a we've had worse times even since for but we have had we have in our souls A kind of genius for political accommodation that the constitution is really the embodiment. And so i i think Protection of the constitution is from me. One of the most important pests they had. And it's really something that charlie i mean. I think you and your organization are finding that it's a it's a it shouldn't be a cause just for one side of the the moment it seems to be And so be it. It's the constitution in and we we have to have it. we have to keep it amen. So the glass and ask you. It might be a little unusual but it's about history and how we view history. I know we talked about this earlier. But it seems as if This idea of german historicism of looking at history as a constant unfolding towards inevitable utopia perfection kinda dominates the way we teach history. How aware were you when you develop this. That those kinds of influences are there. Can you help me. I'm just personally curious. Yeah oh yeah yeah..

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"wilfred" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

09:35 min | 11 months ago

"wilfred" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Account now all the things that that we are prone to do and and makes a good result out of it. That's so beautifully. Said so. I i wanna ask. I think it's a great transition as you mentioned. Cicero the idea of the west i. I came across the idea that the west was bad. When i was speaking at stanford university in someone said western civilization is one of colonialism and oppression misogyny and homophobia. What are you talking about. So dr mcclay. What is the west. Is it just a place on. The map is it. What ideas and the floor is yours. Well go back a long way because if you go back to antiquity there was always this notion you see it in the idea of the elision fields and the you know the garden of eden and of there being a place in the west you know in the land with the sunsets and in europe especially this idea where There there were fields of redemption. That it was it was like a a a new eden news. I am face. The cuban race would be redeemed and that was one of the things that drew explorers west of not the only thing but it was definitely part of their Their interested in the west and the first colonizing efforts kind of Map themselves onto that on the template An idea the west is the land of redemption. So you see in the in the puritans for example the seventeenth century in all the Not the earliest. But the next earliest settlers They thought of the new world isn't as land where they pure church purifying of the corruptions that it suffered Could be re reestablished and pure form of worship and a more virtuous way of living be established and. That's what they tried to do in god. Help us boston. Utopian everett seven gently veil but american. History has ruled that the that's why why would wait meanings of being a land of hope. People have come here always with the idea that you are not condemned to be to live your life entirely in the conditions. Were born into your condemned to that. That's not your ticket is not stamped at birth You can make something everything. Make something of yourself. And the land of hope is a brace where those possibilities there not not certainties. Hope is full of kinds of failures and disappointments as any enterprising society. It's you know best business will tell you with this kind of a saying. It's silicon valley that you know the only way you really develop food. Failure failure is not a bad word of on some of these people. I think that's a great self dalia. Don't like but. I like that and idea that things were okay. You try something else. We're an experimental people in that way. and we. We don't believe that we should be condemned to the conditions of our birds. And that's a big difference between us and the old world that so many of our immigrate immigrants throughout our history come from and so as the west continued to develop and grow. Can you give us some background of the thinkers and the ideas that laid the framework for this land of hope. It should we go all the way. Back to socrates plato aristotle. What are the ideas of the natural law and we're reason inc and the idea of self evident truths because it seems as if that's a missing component times when we teach history young people well you know the founders where we are founders such extraordinary man and they basically i think the average age is like forty five something like that. They're very young to be so wise and one of the things that they've devised reds socrates prado cicero all that stuff and they were. They were marinated in the classics but they also would read the most up to date. You know they'd read. John locke monta slade. Read russo machiavelli. The john adams it was quite taken with. He hated him but he's pretty could talk about south talking about So they were they were they. Were well read. I would not intellectuals because if an intellectual is somebody who sort of studies ideas in order to just feed on ideals and spew out or words that was not them they fed on ideas as a blueprint for action so they were always looking at the constitutions of republics in renaissance italy. Eight with abuse towards. What does this tell me about. What republic and be wet. What the requirements to be republic. What the vulnerabilities of republic how we can create a public place with people rule and don't have king with the people. Where can we find blueprint for. So they looked everywhere and a someone like jefferson was very influenced by the ideas of the alignment. Which would include block. I and others And there were english. A wig writers who were radical in opposing the monarchy. That they were. They were influenced by I i would also add. I think it's very important. If this wasn't an influence with jefferson was with most of the religion it it was as the colonial and revolutionary hero was a very religious decide. It was kind of protestantism that was Was not it embraced. A lot of different denominations definitely promised catholicism was a very very marginal influence at the time of the founding but they saw they felt. This is what surprises like back as they did not think the any conflict between science and religion. They they saw enlightenment and revivalism or religious being going hand in hand so the revolution was defended on secular grounds on religious grounds of the And both reprinted both sets of influences. I think back to your actual question about the influences of different thinkers. I think the idea of christianity the notion of human equality under god the The the idea that the freedom of the will the The notion that that the of the improve ability of the human condition by our own efforts all of these have secular and religious roots. It's fascinating they did not see a conflict. There by and large jefferson was not very warmly disposed. I admit that but But he favoured freedom of religion not the abolition. So i counted brother in that and almost everything jeff stood for in that line has endured so in the great american story again. It's charlie f. o. r. hillsdale dot com or. You could dive deep into these ideas and also find other courses as well that i have I've taken. I took dr arnn introduction aristotle which was awesome and the introduction the constitution class and also the his the introduction of western philosophy is really a phenomenal course. And i tell people that if you dedicate time to this no different than you dedicate time running on a treadmill. You will understand what's happening in the world better and he'll such a phenomenal job with that. So i want to ask you about the genesis of the american revolution The great awakening happened before that. dr arnn would point to. I seventeen sixty six. The end of the french indian war as kind of the beginning of the rumblings of the american revolution. The american revolution was obviously significant worldwide. We count seventeen seventy six as our birthday. Can you talk about what was happening. Leading up to the american revolution in the context of and this is a great example. Charlie of how you have to tell this story because if you don't do it that way it's just not gonna work. It's not gonna make understand that anything. Look the french and indian. War was an instance in which the the a conflict it.

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Carrie and Boris Johnson Are Expecting a Second Baby After Miscarriage Heartbreak

The Money Hour

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Carrie and Boris Johnson Are Expecting a Second Baby After Miscarriage Heartbreak

"The way for the wife of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Instagram. Carrie Johnson said she was incredibly blessed to be pregnant again after suffering a miscarriage earlier this year. The couple's first child, Wilfred was born in April of last year. I'm Pam Pouso, and

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How to Avoid Becoming a Meal for a Cheetah

60-Second Science

04:15 min | 1 year ago

How to Avoid Becoming a Meal for a Cheetah

"The cheetah is the rarest big cat in africa less than seven thousand adults remain on the planet think of it this way for every cheetah on the planet. There's more than four starbucks. Coffee shops the most important cheetah stronghold is in central namibia but the cheetahs. They're don't live within national parks. They live on privately. Owned farmland. Pharma's having huge problems with cheetahs losing a lot of stuck and there are other farmers who actually didn't have any problem at all ecologists you're melts heimer from the live knits institute for zoo and wildlife research in berlin assumed at first that all farmers had cheetah trouble. It was just that some were more likely to complain about it. But after tracking fifty collared cheetahs he began to suspect that there really was a pattern to their killing by the time his team had data from one hundred six cheetahs colored over the course of a decade. Not only was. He certain that cheetahs were more likely to kill in some places than others but that he could solve the problem. We indeed found. These communication hubs of cheetahs which spread evenly across the landscape with a high activity of cheetahs within the hubs cheetahs. Aren a social species but they still need to trade information. They don't meet physically typically not but they leave marks and prominent lent marks and whether they either use during fees to communicate with each other. Think of it as a coffee shop for cats where animals trade gossip even though these communication hubs only comprise around ten percent of the landscape cheetah. Spend most sometimes all of their time within them. These basically a long-term tradition which is passed on from cheetah generation to cheetah generation Some of these communication hubs basically no-no. Let's say the mocking location. Mocking trees were known by farmers. For sixty seventy years like the grandfather of current farmer already knew the mocking cheese in this area. What the farmers never realized is that only some farms overlap with the cheetahs communication hubs melts. Heimer thought that if those farmers relocated their most vulnerable herds. It could be a huge help. Here remembers the first farmer. He tried to convince and i told him. Look wilfred i have. I have the idea that they are actually there because of these mocking trees. And you happen to have your small shops accepting the same area. Let's try to move your herds out of this area and and keep them somewhere else and then let's measure the losses. And he was laughing at me said i can nice idea but i'm not sure whether it's going to work. They would probably follow the cast so we tried this. Actually it worked and he. He earned much money because he lost less cavs. After that thirty-five more farmers agreed to try it out in all the number of calves to cheat. Predation fell by a whopping eighty six percent. Of course some cattle outside of communication hubs were still lost. The cheetah's but it was at a low enough level that most farmers seem to tolerate it. What this means is that. Cheetahs aren't actively following the cattle. They simply take advantage of whatever food is available nearby. If it's not cattle then they go after. Wild ungulates springbok orix or coup. There are no so called problem. Cheetahs who intentionally seek out cattle instead there are problem areas. That's a much easier problem to solve. And it's one that doesn't result in farmers killing cheetahs melts. Heimer is now hard at work collecting tracking data from cheetahs in other parts of africa to see whether his findings hold up in other ecosystems so often it seems as if the goals of wildlife conservation are incompatible with the goals of commerce but this story reveals that infect biodiversity and agriculture can coexist allocates is really one of these nice example which can go hand in

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Loyal soldier Pence torn between Trump, Constitution

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Loyal soldier Pence torn between Trump, Constitution

"Vice president pence is in a precarious spot heading into tomorrow's congressional tally of electoral college votes that'll formalize Joe Biden's victory after the house and Senate record the state's electoral votes pence's job will be to announce who won the role is largely pro forma president trump though sees it differently I hope this comes through for us he's urging pence to essentially change the election's outcome tweeting pence has the power to reject fraudulently chosen voters that's not how Brooklyn law school electoral college expert Wilfred Qadiri could reach the constitution there is no power he has to overturn the well tenses dell stuck between his constitutional role and a potential twenty twenty four White House contender hoping to avoid angering his boss and the GOP base Sager mag ani Washington

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As more storms form in the Atlantic, forecasters turn to Greek alphabet

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

As more storms form in the Atlantic, forecasters turn to Greek alphabet

"Atlantic hurricane season so busy forecasters have run out of traditional names for the storms. Wilfred formed yesterday and that was the last of the regular names available, so they've started going to Greek, the Greek alphabet. One storm is already called Alfa. A few hours later, Beta was named in the Gulf of Mexico.

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Hurricane season runs out of names, moves on to Greek alphabet

News, Traffic and Weather

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Hurricane season runs out of names, moves on to Greek alphabet

"An already busy Atlantic hurricane season just got busier today. Three tropical storms formed in the Atlantic, using the 21st and last name on the National Hurricane Center list for 2020 Hurricanes. Tropical storms, Wilfred Alpha and Beta all formed within six hours. This is only the second time forecasters have had to use the Greek alphabet for storm names. This comes as a second person has died linked to Hurricane Sally. They say the death was in Alabama, and it happened during storm cleanup. Florida Governor Rhonda Santa says flooding in the States Panhandle could last a week after that category two storm.

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New Storm Forms, Named Alpha Because We've Run Out Of Letters

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

New Storm Forms, Named Alpha Because We've Run Out Of Letters

"An active hurricane season this year. So much so that the names of any new storms this season will have a Greek sound. Today's formation of Tropical Storm Wilfred marked the last forecaster designated name for tropical storms this season. So when another storm formed about an hour later, it was named Alfa. Then Beta formed a few hours later in the Gulf of Mexico. This is only the second time that Atlantic storms have been named after Greek letters. Last time was in 2005.

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Hurricane season runs out of names, moves on to Greek alphabet

WBZ Midday News

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Hurricane season runs out of names, moves on to Greek alphabet

"In the Atlantic are coming in fast and furious this week. The thing is, we've got more than 70 days left in the hurricane season, but we've run out of names down on the list for this year's her Now we're in the Greek alphabet. National Hurricane Center today, saying sub tropical storm Alfa has formed off the coast of Portugal and no threat to us that's pretty far out. But another new storm Wilfred has formed today in the eastern Atlantic as well. That one sitting about 600 miles to the west of the Combover T Islands that one expected to weaken the tropical depression. 22 sitting in the Gulf of Mexico, and forecasters are watching that one because right now the Texas coast could be in the cross hairs, maybe sometime this weekend. And of course, we have Hurricane Teddy to getting even stronger as it makes its way through the central Atlantic. Category three storm right now could see Bermuda getting a direct hit in the next few days.

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Wilford Brimley, 'Cocoon' and 'Natural' actor, dies at 85

WBZ Afternoon News

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Wilford Brimley, 'Cocoon' and 'Natural' actor, dies at 85

"Brimley and actor known for playing Grumpy characters and his signature walrus moustache, has died at the age of 85. CBS's Debra Rodriguez looks back on his career. He was the Grand Pi and the Quaker Oats commercials. Bullitt Stephen Quaker Oatmeal Wilfred Brimley had roles in the natural and Cocoon has died and your grandma are are going going away. away. More More recently, recently, P P essays essays for for diabetes diabetes turned turned him him into into a a social social media media sensation. sensation. One One and and three three adults adults has has prediabetes prediabetes manager manager says says Grimley Grimley has has been on dialysis because of a kidney condition. Wilfred Brimley was 85 years old Debra

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"wilfred" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"wilfred" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

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"wilfred" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

30:59 min | 2 years ago

"wilfred" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

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"wilfred" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

12:18 min | 2 years ago

"wilfred" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Because either two or three of the cops involved I, don't have a current picture of lane were men of color? one was talks style. WHO's Cambodian Another one was officer Cohen. Who I believe is of Hispanic and Korean descent. And was one of the lead officers on the scene. Yeah, there's much seniority within the department chauvet so in reality you had four of these guys restraining. Mr Floyd Chauve just the lead position, Not Aviv minority cops on the scene at any point told him to stop alter his behavior. So again charges should be filed probably murder charges, but even there you don't get. The mob of racist whites killed a black man. The Minneapolis Department is extraordinarily integrated. They've in fact had a number of violent incidents involving minority officers targeting Caucasians the Somali American officer shot an Australian tourist in Minneapolis a couple of years ago, and that became an international story, so they need to do something about their policing their apparently but I I don't know how much that breaks down along racial lines are the Rishaad Brooks thing last point? As you quite clearly said that has nothing to do with George Vladimir. Hr Brooks with a guy. That situation, involve the Geiger passed out drunk inactive Wendy's drive. He was just laying there cars. A line of traffic backed up behind them. Course protesters burned the Wendy's down and what did Wendy's have to do with the situation? Wendy's Franchisee was a black at the middle class black district of Atlanta. It's just but your, Richard. Brooks I mean the guy is asleep in not to make light of his death. Of course we want anyone night, but was asleep in an active drive through of this busy fast food restaurant author show up. They politely trying to put the cuffs on him. What initially began to the pleasant conversation, both sides turned into a violent brawl. The got beats up to Koss. He steals the TASERS. One of those thirty foot range projectile tasers that officers carry. A runs away behaving in my opinion, crazily turn around fires, a Taser at the this is my about two inches and get shot. Again you don't want that to happen, but comparing that to George Floyd or to any genuine incident of abuse to police brutality is not logical I don't see. This again we want to be blunt has come up with a lot of these cases Michael Brown all sterling. We want to avoid using actual criminals as poster boys against police brutality attempt to shoot a cop and you get shot. That's a very very different from you being abused or you being shot for doing nothing walking to church. Now, what is so frightening to me again? I, I am a white female I. Don't have the experience. That, so many young black men do in which their families feel compelled to have the talk with them about interacting with land forces and agree with you. I was just having this conversation yesterday. whatever happened to. When you are stopped by the police regardless of color. You don't resist. Don't take their tasers. You don't fight back. You let that you know. Go ahead. Go through the process and sort it all out later, but you don't exacerbate and already potentially problematic conversation, but what about the talk? That so many black parents are having with their kids about what you wear and where you go and what you can say. Oh I mean first of all I think almost all parents have these kind of talks with their sons. In particular, I just had one with a male younger cousin, the other day about women at halls and other things I mean in my experience I've had asian-american buddies. Tell me that their parents broke down. How affirmative action works to them since they're the group most disadvantaged by it? light friends certainly tell their kids how to avoid blatantly charges of racism, high crime areas, and some other things we do that in the black community as well for the second. There's a talk about policing. Hispanic. Families talk about avoiding stereotypes that are right now. Even more serious than those black people say or issues with migration policy depending on you know status so the idea that only black people. Sit Down and talk with their.

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"wilfred" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

14:25 min | 2 years ago

"wilfred" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

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"wilfred" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

11:01 min | 2 years ago

"wilfred" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

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U.K.'s Johnson names new son with tribute to doctors who treated him for COVID-19

News, Traffic and Weather

00:08 sec | 2 years ago

U.K.'s Johnson names new son with tribute to doctors who treated him for COVID-19

"I'm British prime minister Boris Johnson his fiance Carrie Simons have announced that son is called Wilfred Laurie Nicholas Johnson the names include a tribute to the doctors who cared for them in

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Meet Wilfred: UK leader's baby name announced

Texas Home Improvement

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Meet Wilfred: UK leader's baby name announced

"British prime minister Boris Johnson and his fiancee Kerry Simon's are naming their baby after the doctors who helped Johnson recover from covert nineteen the couple said today that they named their new moored their newborn we Wilfred Laurie Nichols in honor of doctors Nick price and Nick Hart the baby was born on

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"wilfred" Discussed on AP News

AP News

13:55 min | 2 years ago

"wilfred" Discussed on AP News

"It's been an eventful few weeks for British prime minister Boris Johnson having been transferred into intensive care up to catching K. bid 19 was leading the nation tree the pandemic his fiancee gave best shortly after he left hospital now the U. K. leader and his wife to be have announced the name they chose for the first child together Wilfred Laurier declares Johnson is the name they chose for their new bundle of joy named in honor of their grandfathers and doctors who say to you Katie does like when he was hospitalized with carpet 19 Johnson's partner Carrie Symonds made the announcement on her Instagram page posting a picture of her cradling her 3 day old son and explaining the name choice she praised the maternity team at University College hospital in London and said how hot is full Johnson was present for the birth but back working at 10 Downing Street within hours amid the ongoing pandemic Karen Thomas London

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Meet Wilfred: UK leader's baby name announced

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

Meet Wilfred: UK leader's baby name announced

"It's been an eventful few weeks for British prime minister Boris Johnson having been transferred into intensive care up to catching K. bid nineteen was leading the nation tree the pandemic his fiancee gave best shortly after he left hospital now the U. K. leader and his wife to be have announced the name they chose for the first child together Wilfred Laurier declares Johnson is the name they chose for their new bundle of joy named in honor of their grandfathers and doctors who say to you Katie does like when he was hospitalized with carpet nineteen Johnson's partner Carrie Symonds made the announcement on her Instagram page posting a picture of her cradling her three day old son and explaining the name choice she praised the maternity team at University College hospital in London and said how hot is full Johnson was present for the birth but back working at ten Downing Street within hours amid the ongoing pandemic Karen Thomas London

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"wilfred" Discussed on AP News

AP News

09:02 min | 2 years ago

"wilfred" Discussed on AP News

"Wilfred Laurier declares Johnson is the name they chose for their new bundle of joy named in honor of their grandfathers and doctors who say to you Katie does like when he was hospitalized with carpet 19 Johnson's partner Carrie Symonds made the announcement on her Instagram page posting a picture of her cradling her 3 day old son and explaining the name choice she praised the maternity team at University College hospital in London and said how hot is full Johnson was present for the birth but back working at 10 Downing Street within hours amid the ongoing pandemic Karen Thomas London

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"wilfred" Discussed on AP News

AP News

09:02 min | 2 years ago

"wilfred" Discussed on AP News

"Wilfred Laurier declares Johnson is the name they chose for their new bundle of joy named in honor of their grandfathers and doctors who say to you Katie does like when he was hospitalized with carpet 19 Johnson's partner Carrie Symonds made the announcement on her Instagram page posting a picture of her cradling her 3 day old son and explaining the name choice she praised the maternity team at University College hospital in London and said how hot is full Johnson was present for the birth but back working at 10 Downing Street within hours amid the ongoing pandemic Karen Thomas London

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Meet Wilfred: UK leader's baby name announced

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Meet Wilfred: UK leader's baby name announced

"Wilfred Laurier declares Johnson is the name they chose for their new bundle of joy named in honor of their grandfathers and doctors who say to you Katie does like when he was hospitalized with carpet nineteen Johnson's partner Carrie Symonds made the announcement on her Instagram page posting a picture of her cradling her three day old son and explaining the name choice she praised the maternity team at University College hospital in London and said how hot is full Johnson was present for the birth but back working at ten Downing Street within hours amid the ongoing pandemic Karen Thomas London

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Meet Wilfred: UK leader's baby name announced

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Meet Wilfred: UK leader's baby name announced

"Wilfred Laurier declares Johnson is the name they chose for their new bundle of joy named in honor of their grandfathers and doctors who say to you Katie does like when he was hospitalized with carpet nineteen Johnson's partner Carrie Symonds made the announcement on her Instagram page posting a picture of her cradling her three day old son and explaining the name choice she praised the maternity team at University College hospital in London and said how hot is full Johnson was present for the birth but back working at ten Downing Street within hours amid the ongoing pandemic Karen Thomas London

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"wilfred" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"wilfred" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The right the host of the that's me Wilfred you're on go ahead my day perfect the hosts may also refer to no I am this is one back you called into the show you're with the Biden campaign hi my name is I'm calling the city Florida yes I am the youth outreach director for the eight two thousand three yes yes okay what did you get a message to your audience of go ahead yes go ahead please have you heard you know what I've heard yes we we all know it drivers is being talked about as if it only affects elderly people and I want your audience to know that it also can affect young people like you and I even youngsters killed by right by this it was decided as a campaign to protect your garden from insiders and we will be putting him in a minute in a locked out there's a shed behind the home anyway he's always had behind his home until November we also he's within it is already in his house late I mean you just wired his house for television and you know he's doing these these these group meetings online now well we looked at the research scientifically and just cover worry that is not being talked about that corona virus may pass hammers I don't think any of that's true well what.

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"wilfred" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"wilfred" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Woman in gold and Wilfred Thesiger chronicler of the Arabian desert this is solely to the freedom these vast spaces at the aerial view the door on sunset which is almost the beauty of another well first here's a summary of today's world news BBC news with Tom what's Hong Kong's chief executive Carrie lam says Hey government will respect the results of the local elections and listen to the views of the public with an open mind pro democracy candidates made unprecedented gains in Sunday's district council elections the pro democracy activist Joshua Wong said they would not be able to transform the district council into a platform of democracy and freedom the United States Navy secretary has been fired over the handling of the case of a navy seal who had been accused of war crimes Richard Spencer had been at odds with president trump I've had to deal with the case of chief petty officer ed wood Gallagher Australian intelligence officials have confirmed they're investigating allegations of a plus to plant a Chinese spy in parliament media reports allege that Chinese agents offered money to a Chinese Australian to run as a candidate for the Liberal Party in the general election in may the government in Singapore has for the first time invokes the country's newly passed fake news law against an opposition party member Brad Beria was told to correct a Facebook post that questioned the independence of states investment firms the inventor of the World Wide Web Sir Tim Berners Lee is to launch a contract for the web today in a bid to improve the way the online world functions to Tim hopes to bring governments companies and individuals together to look at ways of dealing with its misuse the American singer Taylor swift has been named artist of the decade as the American music awards in Los Angeles the singer or say one to five other awards including artist of the year more than a million students in person face disruption from today when university lecturers and support staff begin an eight day strike over pay pensions and working conditions university say they will do everything they can to minimize the impact those are the latest stories from the BBC world service inland welcome back to part two of the history out with backspace and still to come the legal battle over crimps woman in gold and the travels of Wilfred Thesiger in the Arabian peninsula but before that a moment from the past which is probably help the Indian capital avoid an even worse environmental situation then it's facing right now this past month has seen some of the most dangerous at pollution deli has ever experienced well some of the blame for this latest crisis has been laid at the feet of farmers burning stubble it's also well known that traffic congestion has played a significant part in the city's declining at quality but as I say it might have been worse but for events in two thousand and two that was when deli opened the first stretch of its mass transit metro system to the public about Tandy has been speaking to east St Harlem who is managing director of the Delhi metro one.

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"wilfred" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"wilfred" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"On my TV show, I had I had Dr Wilfred Riley on and he's a guy who's just written a new book. That's really really good where he is looked into claims of hate crimes, and he has found that most of these are not true. Most of these are not true. Now, this is a a professor from Kentucky. He's a black guy. So he has no axe to grind here. He's just looking at the stats. So what does this mean, this jussie smollet case, what does this mean to those who really would like to claim that there's a hate crime that's going on for political reasons? We're going to talk to him when we come back in one minute. This is the Glenn Beck program. All right. I want to tell you about the best chair of ever set in. And I mean that best chair of ever sat in it's the X chair of Ed lots of office chairs I've spent a ton of money on office chairs, I've spent, you know, very little money on office chairs at Staples. Or Office Depot. I'm telling you the best one. I've sat in is an X chair because you can you can configure it really any way that you wanted as so many different adjustments on it. It's really really comfortable. And when you sit back in it, and I don't even have the foot rest, you can get a free foot rest if you use the promo code Beck. I don't even have the foot rest. I'm telling you you lean back in this chair. And it's as comfortable as a recliner. I wouldn't go to a movie theater that had these chairs. Oh, yeah. I mean, they've now improved all the seating. And these movie theaters, and you almost get disappointed when you go on and they don't have like the leather recliner, right? At least if you're in Texas, if you're in New York City, you're sitting on like a folding chair. But yeah, the extra would be an improvement. That was great comfortable chair. So order today,.

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"wilfred" Discussed on On Heir - Royal News & Interviews

On Heir - Royal News & Interviews

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"wilfred" Discussed on On Heir - Royal News & Interviews

"Yes. One of these plucking Valens will be first in the morning when they visit Hamilton square, which is where the walkout take place. But they'll also be sort of unveiling or a guess viewing a member to. Yes that she tomorrow the hundred unavo- Serie of the poet Wilfred. And then I think Walser that also meets with some of the members of the beckon had institutes of old boys, which will join was a member of so again, so that will be I think the highlight of the day in terms of just seeing them doing they love sculpture of Wilfred, Iran. And so it's amazing head in hands. And some of you might start his poetry at school. Did you did? Yes. Patchy maury. It is obviously highly ironic because he's writing he's basically saying is good, right? If you'll country, which was obviously, the message that the first and second lable, you know, fight your country, and he's saying he's completely that the poem talks about the compete complete. He Tilleke of war and on wage gas masks, and anyway, he's amazing Wolfowitz, and this this sculptures, amazing and lovely it is it's quite very difference. What I was that shakes. But when I did not see no sculptures until I looked it up those video actually on. I think when Twitter account. For the hundred verse of his death and had a video of the making of it. But it's quite quite moving. So then from that they'll move to a unannounced second gauge -ment. What it was? I was like, oh when they go to this religion. Sorry, call is. And then after that they'll be visit help to help people to help. Yeah. There's a civic duty first of all in the square in the walkabout and Wilford iron. And then as you say, the three all more to help the funder dispossesses exactly all for the benefit of the community. And so that third one that visits. Tomorrow's women will which is an organization I think initially started out to help women when women in prison. Yeah. When they leave to kind of setup kind of gains regained skills for the workplace and just sort of help them, I guess integrate back into society. But now, it's a stop list an organization for him to go to for workshops on mental health..

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