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10 people dead, including police officer, after shooting at Colorado grocery
"In Colorado say 10 people were killed at a grocery store in Boulder when a gunman opened fire inside the store. NPR's child, Snyder says A police officer responding to the attack was among those killed. Boulder police have identified the officer killed as 51 year old Eric Talley, saying he'd been with the police department since 2010. They say tally was the first on the scene. Older police commander carry Yamaguchi's as a person of interest is in custody. That person was injured during the incident. And is being treated for the injuries. Officers were seeing guiding a handcuffed man with blood running down his leg out of the store and being put into an ambulance. But it's not clear if he is the gunman. Shooting happened at a King Soopers store in Boulder, Colorado's governor says he's monitoring events and the FBI said on Twitter that it's assisting in the investigation
Boulder Shooting Leaves Multiple Dead, Including Police Officer
"In Boulder, Colorado, say a number of people are dead in a supermarket shooting. We have multiple People who were killed in this incident. And I am sorry to have to report that one of them was a Boulder police officer commander carry. Yamaguchi says a suspect is being treated but didn't give more details on the shooting, or how many people were killed. Officers were seen earlier, escorting a shirtless man with blood running down his leg out of the store in handcuffs, But authorities would not say if he is the suspect. I'm Tim McGuire.
Police: Multiple people killed at Colorado supermarket
"Gun violence is ripped through Colorado supermarket leaving multiple people dead including a police officer it was at a king superstore in boulder Colorado district attorney Michael Doherty this is a tragedy and a nightmare police commander Kerry Yamaguchi we have multiple who were killed in this incident and I am sorry to have to report that one of them was a boulder police officer they believe there was only one gunman and officers could be seen taking a man out in handcuffs with no shirt and blood running down his legs witnesses described seeing people face down KMGH spoke to this man who heard the tragedy unfolding Big Bang and then three seconds before her another it's like baby baby baby he says he and his wife ran to an emergency door then he helped other shoppers escape from the store I'm Jackie Quinn
Boulder, Colorado shooting leaves multiple fatalities
"Police officer is dead and an unknown number of others are also dead after a gunman opened fire on shoppers at a Boulder, Colorado supermarket today. Shooting at the King Soopers market in Boulder, drawing an army of police and SWAT vehicles Commander carry Yamaguchi is with the Boulder Police Department in brief reporters, saying they have a suspect We do have a person of interest in custody. That person was injured during the incident. And is being treated for the injuries. Video from the scene showed a shirtless, handcuffed man with blood streaming down his leg being led away by police. It's not clear whether that person was the suspect. Also reports of victims outside the store. Police confirming there were multiple fatalities but not say how many people were killed
Several killed in shooting at Colorado supermarket
"Officer is dead and an unknown number of others are also dead after a gunman opened fire on shoppers at a Boulder, Colorado supermarket today. Shooting at the King Soopers market in Boulder, drawing an army of police and SWAT vehicles Commander carry Yamaguchi is with the Boulder Police Department in brief reporters, saying they have a suspect We do have a person of interest in custody. That person was injured during the incident. And is being treated for the injuries. Video from the scene showed a shirtless, handcuffed man with blood streaming down his leg being led away by police. It's not clear whether that person was the suspect. Also reports of victims outside the store. Police confirming there were multiple fatalities but not say how many people were killed or injured
Boulder, Colorado reels from King Soopers shooting
"Dead in this afternoon's mass shooting at King Soopers grocery store in Colorado. Boulder Police commander Carry Yamaguchi in tonight's press conference. We had a very tragic incident today. Here at the King Soopers. There was loss of life. We have multiple people who were killed in this incident and I am sorry to have to report One of them was a Boulder police officers, state law enforcement officials say When they arrived at the scene, the suspect opened fire on them. No officers escorted a shirtless man with blood running down his leg out of the store in handcuffs. Authorities wouldn't confirm if he was there. Suspect he remains in custody. No word yet on his identity. Governor J. B.
"yamaguchi" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
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"yamaguchi" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"That was there at ten o'clock in the morning at at seven o'clock hotdogs chicken but okay works too. Well what's great about the seven elevens especially and this is also true of the lawson family marks is they have a wide range of fresh fruits and vegetables and you will not see the same food there all day long in fact they will only have the freshest there and if it doesn't sell that day they'll discount today to try to sell it because they don't want to have anything that would basically potentially make you sick or not be fresh or be up to the standards of taste and also the way the unwrap. These foods is away so it's easy for you to eat so in japan it's considered route to eat and walk at the same time. You're meant to stand in one place whether it's against a wall a corner in your car. When you eat fewer an pension needs something going into these stores you can get a healthy meal that is good for you. That is actually nutritious. Especially when you're traveling you're on the go where you're so busy sightseeing that you forget to eat something along the way or have something with you on your journey. Well if you're in a city in japan in you turn around three sixty. You will probably see a seven. There are quite a few of them. And sometimes you'll see to absolutely and the last thing that i want to touch on is also you were ability to hike in japan so i mentioned one aaron beginning but another area that i went to then and this was towards the end of hiking seasons. There is actually dedicated hiking season in japan and it runs from april. All the way through november. Now depending on where you're located in japan so let's see in okinawa hiking. Actually ever closes there. But where i'm at the most southern part of the main island japan. It closes the last week in november. And they do that just because of the weather how cold against and it's known as the gen coup chico bali and it's one of the three biggest valleys in the western choukou mountains just national park and what's unique about as you have mount jacuzzi which i've actually hiked to. It's the highest mountain in yamaguchi prefecture. And they mentioned five falls but it's actually seven it's just because it straddles this prefecture and the hiroshima prefecture. So the wonderful thing is they do have a terse information center there they do have some things in english but again not everyone. There will speak english so one mistake that i made i would tell your listeners is that we went on a hike that people told us would only take an hour to do tops and two and a half hours walking in. We realized we didn't know where we're going so we had to walk back so be mindful of where you're going. The maps are not labeled always an english. You don't have cell phone reception but it's a beautiful area in the fall. There's areas to hike camp. You'll see people will get out different plates of food and believe it or not. If you're like gosh. I can't think about packing all those things. One place you can buy. Cheap things to take me through. Hiking is at the one hundred yen store which are dollar stores..
"yamaguchi" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"Going up a hill but it's very open. So where those i felt. You were very contained this. You're going to be very open. And even though you're channeled into this tunnel you're going to still feel very open to your surroundings. You're going to feel the wind. Come off the see. You're going to see vegetation if you're coster phobic by no wings while you feel claustrophobic walking through these i have heard nothing but wonderful things. It's on my list to do. I have not physically been there yet but it is on my list. As soon as i'm allowed to travel to that region and just a lot of people tell me they feel at peace when they go there so that is something i would say is unique about a lot of these temples and shrines in these sacred areas. That even if you are not into or buddhists. Let's say you're christian and only one percent of the japanese population is christian. There is something that you can admire and respect and enjoy from going to such a religious and sacred place. Even if you don't feel like you know anything about the shinto religion or the history of this ryan you can still go there and feel like you're just becoming part of the beautiful backdrop is actually located near the city so again it's not too far from haji. That is the area that is close to. It's about a seventeen minute drive from that area in the yamaguchi prefecture. And you could get there also by taxi as well. The last major side of the area is an again. I cannot wait to do this myself. I'm waiting for them to open back up again. Is the ike yoshito cave. These are the biggest limestone caves and all of japan. They are the largest as well as the longest and so they actually plateau and they are located in the mine city in the makuuchi prefecture. So just to give your audience an idea. It's about eight point seven nine kilometers of passage so depending how ventures you feel going through these cases which go up..
"yamaguchi" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"Some of the sites that i would say are the must to explore. There is one is going to be the ryoki temple and pagoda. So the goethe the where. I can best describe it. Is i think a very tall linear scripture. And you'll see what looks like roofs that separate the different levels of stick out from the building so unique about this pagoda is that it's a five storey tower so if you have a five story pagoda a five storey building but instead of it being all one line imagined that there's also five roofs that jet out from the building per layer and this one. What makes it very unique and again this is also found in park and the name of the park is called the kuzan park which is probably i would say the gem of the yamaguchi city. Which again we're in the central prefecture area. This was actually constructed in fourteen. Forty two just so work again. Going along with what you're saying with the edo period and it's considered one of the top three actually to see in all japan and what's unique about. This one is that they say that you really could see it. Any season to appreciate speedy. Of course if you have the cherry blossoms will blooming or have the autumn leaves around it. You're definitely going to get that wonderful pitcher that you want to put on your instagram or your facebook or your shutter fi book that you're making your pictures to ascend to your family back home. Also this is a good reminder that if we're trying to describe something in you're wondering how to picture it. Every episode of amateur traveler has pictures. If you're using the appropriate player some of the podcast players can show you the pictures in some can not. So you'll have to check depending on what platform you're playing on. But every every episode of the amateur traveler has pictures and links to the things that we're talking about as well as links in the show notes absolutely and the other thing. That's nice about this park beginning away from the city as you how this is going to be much more of a nature the'll to have a place is also the rico g temple and so this is actually nearby and what makes it interesting is it was actually constructed after the pagoda and it was dismantled by a ruling family the area but it was built again around the sixteen hundreds and so. That's what really makes this park. Unique is just some of the surrounding areas. And there's also a small tea house that actually has served a large role in this tumultuous period between the ito and the meggido restoration period and the name of the house is cold. Shin t the reason why it was. So revolutionary is that they would say that people would need and pretend to practice tea ceremony but in reality they were gathering to plan the plot of how they're going to overthrow the current lord and so building is actually free to visit especially on the first floor. Most don't build about this area but it really played a role as far as military strategy as far as how we went from one person role in the area to another person. Now after you've gone through this whole area obviously you're doing everything by foot..
"yamaguchi" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"Prospering of the area. So you'll find lots of fountain areas of families. People will have picnics. Depending the time year they will also have different festivals throughout the year. So that's why it's depending on when you come. It really depends on the festival's that they offer now in the fall you can definitely appreciate the maple park. It's called moment donnie. Which if you look at some of the japanese translation means falling leaves and they'll actually do different types of cookies during that time of year. That are in celebration of the fall train of the leaf. They also have in this area. What's called the with kuni castle and the original castle was destroyed and broken down but they've restored over the last forty years and you can actually access the castle and this is all kind of in the same area so once you park. This is all accessible by foot. The castle you could actually do a twenty minute hike to go up it or if you're filling. He wanted to take it easy. You can also take rope way up to it and have a spectacular view of the whole city of iwo kuni as well as the surrounding areas in a couple of things to clarify. One is the bridge you were talking about. Is you mentioned how garrett it wasn't how long it is. It's also a medieval woodbridge so it's a pedestrian pedestrian bench. So you can cross it small fee to do it but it is unesco protected and it's actually the architecture they used to build it it is survive typhoons. It is survived a lot of mother. Nature's storms that have come through and so it's really just the japanese. It's it's just an a testament to their strain to end their longevity. Especially in this reason so there's a lot of pride that goes with a bridge that makes it one of the top sites definitely to see in this area in the other thing you mentioned the castle and i'm not sure that people who haven't been to japan or haven't seen the castles of japan might have a different european view. A castle for instance typically in japan is a predominantly wooden structure Very vertical not. Very big not big compared to a european castle was typically home for one futile family. And so this looks to be about the same Stone base them than wooden four or five story building. Correct correct and the thing that i would also tell them is be prepared when you go inside..
"yamaguchi" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"Talks about castles and water polls samurai and sushi gates and temples as we go to the yamaguchi prefecture in japan. Welcome to the mature traveler. I'm your host chris christensen. Let's talk about yamaguchi. I'd like to welcome the show. Corinne devon who has come to us to talk to about the yamaguchi prefecture in japan crin. Welcome to the shell alter for having me crazy. I am delighted to be here when we should say i. What is your connection with the area of japan. We're talking about so. I am actually a united states naval officer and this is actually my second tour in japan. My first tour brought me to the kanazawa prefecture at the naval station. Yokosuka and this time. I of come down to kuni which is located in the yamaguchi picture with the marine corps station. It will kuni and so these are my views. Not the views of the department offense. But i simply want to share with your listeners. A part of japan. That i feel most people don't know much about that has a lot of beauty and hidden gems that i cannot wait to share with your audience on the show. We don't know that the marine corps even has views on what you should see as a tourist. I think people are willing to take your word for that and can you put us on a map. We that we've gone down to so we've given some indication that you're in more southern japan than we were two weeks ago for instance when we talked about the to hukou premature at the top of the main island so if you look at the country japan. The country itself is probably the size of about california with a third of the population of the united states. Just to give you an idea. And so it. Though it's very densely populated the country of japan is very well organized. And if you look at the map it's made four major islands. Hokkaido honshu kyushu and honshu is the largest of the four islands. And if you look on a map and go to the very southern most western most of main island japan boring here shema in shimagami and they're also east of fukuoka issue that is where you'll find the prefecture and what's unique about it. Being at the southern end most western most part of main island. Japan is actually surrounded by the japan. See the co inland sea and the bookie and it's a very long coastline. That just shows you've got emerald green ocean you've got lots of sandy beaches very incredible views of cliffs and there is also a collection they've even smaller islands surrounded so for your people who love.
"yamaguchi" Discussed on Sake On Air
"Office would offer a kind of a stamp rowdy steps stamps ready stumps four bis Infra she me so you can. You can see that you can have est out there. You can guide of collect the experience to do so so it is one thing that very important you know is that to enjoy softness on the as of the water spring itself. So that's the sightseeing spot. Right excellence. s on thank. You were starting to run a little low to come so just to kind of wrap things up. What do you feel like them are. The contributions fushimi has made to sakai in a way that it is tangible for people today. What sort of what have they brought that. The people who love socketed enjoy sake. How can or were experiencing socket. Where can they feel the effector impact of for shimmy today. And what are you looking. Forward to out of the region going forward. So they're the most trunk find off the shimmy is that of course it's water them. I think you know about how did she meet. People made use of this Very great water to make this kind of exited beautiful socket on so that you can enjoy the food in the she region so he studied got they were prospering. Prospering sue the he three on experience. The if but kind of like a phoenix. He does ri- reason to the top. I think you know if you go to shimmy If you look at she meazza the one of the hill. Mike that it is kind of reno Own ordinance tom but it is actually not do you can enjoy the very beautiful scenery of the macchia. The on the canal and along visted beautiful On distinct spots. So i think you know you. Would you be enjoyed a you. You'd be able to enjoy the kind of her real suck it district in them. It's a kind of a you know The kind of iconic iconic area. That would show the kind of Socket enjoying culture. I think the fishing is like this direction. I think the for she would be enjoying this You're height in the disease as Second district as a whole because Both eat is very traditional on this At the same time. It is kind of renovating the way that they have been doing. So i think Along with gabe. If you if i was to give you a bottle of or a sekkei and like could you pinpoint parts of the second characteristics and say this this is because of fishy me or this is come from pushy meal. Something like that. If you were to hand someone a bottle of sack as maybe from prosciutto from somewhere else in japan like many characteristics in that sake do you think you could connect to pursue me on other any you can think. I think you know if you take I think i ve seen you would feel is the kind of guy round most view Which comes from the meteorology of socket So i think you are taking lecture maggie. Taking joe or you might injure walk the she me..
"yamaguchi" Discussed on Sake On Air
"Well what is the key point. Okay so the first key point. And which made me transportation hub or the very important. Tony history was the one off though so there was a warring states period in a sixteenth century law. almost whole century were dedicated for During the civil war for the more all so and one of the laws became so powerful new. He's nameless through the media sheet so he selected pushing me a note to the castle of himself. maintain There so one reason is Because it was a transportation. Have one reason they did as a kind of a very high. A very luxurious and aristocratic image of the resort. On so i. It was just the Resort for retirement. He was reaching his last days But he had very late He had some air in his very late days. And so the having a sound made him more ambitious on gaining or kind of you know continuing to be in power as a family so so he eventually switched into switch his To making the the aristocratic villa into making eight a very strategic costs to do have to grasp Will suck up. So one thing he or she did was to build a canal to Just underneath steph. She castle fishing. Castle stands on a hill and so on what he did was due by make the bypass of the wujiang river which runs which kind of joins into discrete rivers and then making do artificial canal due to you. Carry own Goods from kyoto to or soccer. Like be jackal or it. Weapons on the. Thanks so what he did was to build their water. Transport individually me the City dan the now kind over. Sit up a kind of a mogae straight to to rule older at the dime meals around the country and so he made the older die meals who were subordinated to him. Live in the city. What the he or she did was to accumulate the his subordinate to the she meet down mating by deep there and make it. Make the town as a very important transportation hub Both on their land transportation devoted transportation. So i'm no. When i talk about the ruffy i think i have explained that That there is a three elevations around kill the city and the rain goes populates. Dusit the basin on the they come up at the foot of the memoriam users kind of a tens on so she is Blessed reese good. So that's why it was named who she me. Hashimi names Land of opportunity went underground water. So that's what the sand gravel layer on of the she me down holes as so if you if you dig avail anywhere in the It's very easy to get the Get the good the good of water From the underneath. And so so dave blessed with good water she was this could boarded. The it was less with steph. The good transport would issue means like both land and by board So that means you have people who wants to potty. Why don't you make secretary so so. That's the reason one of the reasons that the old of the enes enes at Both lenders both businesses Beatable and were very interested in making the second of themselves some very very successful a making very tasty. Second out of their rails..
"yamaguchi" Discussed on Sake On Air
"Visit good water supply which led to Make the second very great without in mind that it actually is is needs to be kind of taken in its own context yes religion to kill but you know taken on its own terms that it's that it is a place unique that environment there and so we will have to dig into that. So let's let's take back a little bit or long bit. They now a little bit about Puccini in sort of how this region came about Be what it is today. So let's start from that. Topography of fishy is killed. Oh you know it's just go. On the fukushima. The center of shimmy is just eight kilometers south of kyoto. Jr your station and so you know. That city is surrounded by three mountains on three sides. The mountains on the northern mountains in the eastern mountains. The videos say that the cuter city is like flying bam. You know you have a lit you at the hando. The handle is connected to osaka by the plane. Very vast flay reach was made by the reba. Come on them reach They'll be. Which would eventually be You'll the river which connects do suck up We always joke that. Nato people like yoga flied ended flying. Bumpy goes human but anyway so so. What makes the plane area in the south of killed East three rivers cuts river. Which is you know which shiama very famous russia. The sightseeing was arusha. And then come riba which goes through basin through the city and then Eugene river which goes right from the rucci so the for she me who she made self is a kind of a hopeless point of three rivers on so that makes a very kind of very very vaas. Mosh flaunt so their voter basically which rains on the mountains would kind of trickled down the gravel a sand gravel area to the the at the foot of the moment views which connects with vista. He got shamma Eastern mountains and then water comes up on their even. What lake gold lake gouda. So the fishy me. It doesn't go a to fall to say that simi was a lake before he started putting all it goes more to say kill. The was a lake in a brief historical era era but eventually allowed elevated and it made the mountains and then so it made a lot of the marshawn and argue from around did dan century bc to three century. A d The doctor the people from eighteen dynasty immigrated immigrated to this area at made a settled down in the marshland so you can say that the cradle she me second was made by those foreign all chinese or korean..
"yamaguchi" Discussed on Sake On Air
"I am just in pots as always and tuning in with my other regular hosts here on the show. I've got mr chris hughes with me chris. How're you doing this evening. I'm well thank you just gotta just slowly easing into a new year and secretly hoping that perhaps a little bit better than the last one. Everyone's not so secretly hoping for similar for a similar outlive from twenty one and together. We have mr sublet sebastian. The ones mashed and you are joining the early in the early in the morning from the other side of the globe. I took the risk. I hope i won't. I won't be. I won't end up being stuck in france. I'm watching the news hopefully gone let me back in my fingers for the and who you heard. There is our special guest for today alone. We're joined today by this. I go yamaguchi. Who is a wall will turn it over to you. I don t kind of introduce yourself. You are sucking educator a psyche program tourism leader your writer. Your rather prolific fluttering. Me at that year's i'm so to mining makuuchi and worked the second ed to reasonable which is now suckley did a bit down but but still educators forwarded. Wc tea and Leaving kyoto so. I think that's why i'm here. But as executive order one common request we get as well as one topic that we've been in to get to here on. The show is dialing into a very specific region and looking at the nature of it. Sakai sort of in the context of the larger sock map looking at it in historical context on this in a modern context not study aboutzaqe or research okay without hearing the name of shimmy which is located in kyoto. Which is where your home happens to be. And where you have invested a good deal of energy and resources to getting to know a region the nature of okay Though we're very excited to kind of do our first deep dive into a very specific region hero. Show that being for she me and and we're also very excited to have your age you for having me. Are you actually have a question for you. Where i'm from. What is your personal relationship to kill or I would like to say that the children but actually i. I'm not a kiddo. I'd because i was born in sunday which is you know. I think you know they in by each over the I'm so a my family. Owned a value. Relations all belongs to the nose eastern opera japan. So i happen to be in. Jodi bercy when i was a very long time ago. And so chosen married here andrew. Living here for leaving For like Oh my god three dictates something already. So so that's why. I'm here so i'm sorry i'm not killed so if i tell you. The damage kyoto. I'd older children would be mad at me. You have some neutrality. You're looking at me the wiz so what is it that. How were you into soccer than when you first moves to kill when you started setting up your life. There was something that came about is part of being killed though. How did your relationship was developed. All my relationship was second the status. When i was in university so i was really eat to traveling. There were several friends who My friends who are doing the backpacking in the university. I e side. I mean the domestic travel then outside eventually us the as they will. We made mass allied with the money by part time job or something like that so we went out everywhere. No when when the some of occasional News or invocation is overview would gather up and bring one alcoholic beverage speed. Second beat wine bead..
Building Confidence with Jonathan Van Ness
"Hello jonathan so. I'm a huge fan of queer eye and of yours personally because you're radiating joey all over the place whether it's watching you learn to figure skate on i g or your daily morning coffee boogie you. I really just love all of your content And virtually officiating a wedding. That was also very cool during quarantine so cool so we're really honored to have you on breaking beauty. Podcast tell us from your perspective like what is self confidence. What does it look like. And why is it important. Pay attention to. Oh that's a really good question. I think for me. Self confidence is so important because it will competence is like one of the central tenets of self of like being centered self and what that means is in the therapy that i've done so much of is like we wanna be self led like my idea. Being sulfide is like the person that like. Even if i'm late or things of kind of gone awry like i can still be calm. I'm not reactive inaugurated you know. You're centered selfish. Very like calm clear compassionate courageous. It's like really like the best version of yourself and so confidence is part of that in so when you feel confident that's like a really good indicator for me when i feel confidence a really good indicator for me that my centered south. I miss. i'm not in an a people pleasing my personality. I'm not in a irritated part of my personality. I'm not in like a overly work mode part of my personality. I'm like you know self-led fled so accurately talks about that. There's a lot of people in virtual eaters and spiritual thinkers who think who talk about being selfless. So confidence is such a big piece of that. But i think the thing that people miss the most often about confidence and i know that for myself i did too is that you can be competent and you can have a part of you. That feels really confident about something but then also really insecure about something else and can happen at the same time There's parts of you that feel confident but then there's other parts that you know are insecure about certain things and so the trick is is wet part of yourself. Can you identify with. Can you hear from that part. That might wanna change something or maybe doesn't like something about yourself and say look i hear you like i get it. I understand why you might feel that way about yourself. This is like you talking to yourself. Maybe we got those ideas from society or like something. That doesn't really feel organic to us. Like while i hear what you're saying i need to get in the back seat because actually centered. South is here. And we're not going to be berating ourselves today about that like expectation of beauty that we know that part of me has for how it's supposed to him kind of china mores in it by with this parliament industrial confidence about you know my heart may essence. What i do for my friends what i do for me. The only or feels like super confident about my face. I have i will say this. Maybe i am maybe really competent. But my face is like one thing. I've never been self conscious about like. I've always thought like a really pretty face like i've cobblers. I like i've always been like work. There's other so. I always looks like something. You feel competent. It doesn't mean physical thing it can be a piece of who you are and then just tried to identify with that. Because i think there's anyone who feels completely competent about everything all the time every single thing. Yeah i read in your bio that from a really young age like forever. You were out and i and i think about back then like what gives you the confidence to express your authentic self. Even from a young age. I say the include ryan episodes of like you know there really was like i could really be in a closet if you had like is in ears like if you were in my presence. You were very much like okay. Like i was fully fluid in nancy. Kerrigan kristi yamaguchi oxana by all geos zodiac sign. I also knew about everything about the electoral college in the presidential election of nineteen ninety-two. I really wanted to talk about i. Thought ross perot is actually. When i understood. I understood like the words. I didn't understand the politics of his leaks. I was i was really engaged in the world around me also just extremely feminine and i wanted to wear tights that i wanted to her off the shoulder. Things and i wanted to like run up to my dad's best friends like push them in runaway. Be like it was just exactly how i am now but if i do is coming out of the closet officially linked answering yes to the question of our i was getting asked if i was gade called gay and like just was asked to from such a young age that i think by the time it was like in sixth grade. It was like by fifth grade already done. I'm buying and pamela anderson's. I watch being watch like i you know but really it was david hasselhoff that i get enough up. He was such treatment in the nineties. Yeah until he started rapping. Of course you started rapping. Did i miss a diva rap. I'm pretty sure he was a big rapper. In germany he had an act german moment. I did knows because of rapid wisit wrapping. Am i making that up. Okay i'm going to have to google it after our call
Let's Talk About Toilets
"So world toilet day is coming up and the response to hearing that there is a serious. Un sponsor day for toilets might make people laugh or feel a little iffy on discussing it. So why would we need a day like that. Well what would you do if you didn't have a toilet a fair point. This is brooke yamaguchi. She's a water sanitation and hygiene specialist at the united nations children's fund also known as yuna south based in new york. She knows a lot about toilets. I mean the ability to manage our bodily functions and these things that we frequently don't talk about but are so core toss bodily functions of urination defecation for half the population menstruation. Really at the core of our dignity. it's also a foundation for health without a toilet that contains waste and then separates it from people coming in contact with that waste. We would all be exposed to harmful pathogens that cause many different illnesses and diseases and it doesn't stop at the toilet either so without waste being safely transported away from our toilets and from our homes and treated somewhere we would all be surrounded by wastewater and our neighborhoods and in the environment so in terms of the numbers. Can you give me a wide angle view of toilet access as global issue. Will there are three main things that we measure the global level. This is tom sleigh maker. he also focuses on global monitoring of drinking water sanitation and hygiene at unicef headquarters in new york. He sees the big picture of how this plays out around the world. He spoke to us on a rainy day from london to one. Is the population here. Practice open defecation. So that man's added kind of told us a tool a may just is that bush's fails beaches little. Walter crosses the other thing that we measure is the population with basic sanitation service. So means that they have. Some kind of hygienic toilets but is not being shad with other people. It's not shadow the household and then the next level of service up is what we call safely managed sanitation. I'm not means that you not only have a hygiene twins but you also have a mechanism in place to ensure shaming west. That's produced is then being treated on despised safely before being discharged pakistan arm and how many people fall into each of these categories so the global level resell have six hundred. Seventy three million people practicing cash there about two billion people still lack even basic level of service wanting people worldwide and if you look at the population without sanitation that's more like four point. Two billion people that is more than half the people on earth and runs the risk of getting sick every day. Do we have an idea of how many people die as a result of this problem. Whol have estimated globally around one point. Two million deaths could have been prevented through access to cat drinking water sanitation hygiene. The problem is particularly acute for young. Children are very vulnerable. And so i think we estimate there around three hundred thousand children under five who die each year as a result of not having bicyc- water sanitation and hygiene. So when you look at a map where do you see this happening. While some regions and countries have much further to go. If you look out you'll say that particularly sub saharan africa asia and will say ice yanni of civic have much lower levels of coverage of sanitation. And this is polly today with greenwich stages of developments in my slate core countries. But even if you move up the ladder you start to look at issues of treatments and disposal of waste even in europe and north america and australia and new zealand. We're still only at about three quarters of the population that has high says site. All countries have further to go in order to improve sanitation but obviously by roles starting at different positions.
"yamaguchi" Discussed on Masters Podcast Club
"Hey. Everybody Win Klay by here and welcome to another wonderful issue of masters. So so grateful to have this platform with all of you. Of course, as we are recording this, we are in quarantine a little by little country is opening backup. The planet is opening back up and that's a good thing. But just the fact that we can still move forward and make things happen. None of this has slowed us down with the opportunity that I've had to interview some incredible people in and today is absolutely all about that. I am here virtually with a very dear friend of many many years probably. Thirty years, Melissa Yamaguchi, and by the way, this is not the first that I interviewed. Melissa we were trying to figure it out. I think the first time was probably twenty years ago back before there was even the term or that the phrase of a podcast before that even existed, we were still city down and recording the voices of amazing leaders, mentors and I have often said that some of my best mentors and teachers have been women and I have a small handful maybe not even a small handful, a large handful, but the small handful of wonderful women that I love and I support. Them so much they are my go to people you better believe that Melissa is part of that list. So Melissa once again, thank you so much and welcome to masters. Thank you when and I just want an as you were regaling like the history and a little bit of how everything started. Kept, flashing my head. You've always been on the cutting edge of everything I. Remember you walking around doing these and everyone was like, what's he up to what is he and here you are. You've always pioneering lead the way, and so I am honored on for multiple reasons to be affiliated with you as a friend with you at any but that's certainly not the least of them. They take you sweetheart probably back. Then I was doing this out of desperation..
"yamaguchi" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"yamaguchi" Discussed on flavors unknown podcast
"Every amazing flavor is an amazing human who has perfected their craft. Welcome to flavors unknown a behind the scenes look at new flavors on the chefs pastry chefs and bartenders who create them with your host Emmanuel. Who Hello there for a few months ago. I had the immense pleasure to record an episode with Celebrity Chef Roy Yamaguchi it was just before coming nineteen and I was just coming back from a trip to Hawaii. So much has changed in a well since I am your host Emmanuel Laroche and you're listening to a piece at forty three of my podcast flavors unknown beating of Food Industry for more than twenty years both in Europe and in the US and every other week inteview trending chef pissy chef and bartenders around the country if you are new to the show. Last week was an exceptional panel discussion with three guests. Chef now me Pomeroy from Portland Oregon Chef Ian Boden From Stanton Eugenia and Chef Gabrielle. Crosser from Manhattan. They shared their votes about covey. Nineteen and its impact on the restaurant industry for these new. Ap's Today. I want you to close your eyes and imagine that you. Are you know how at the famous restaurant? Roy's and that you have a unique opportunity to meet chef Roy immaturity high chef. How are you? I'm doing very memo so I'm very excited to have you as a kiss to on the podcast flavors unknown? Thank you so much for being on it today. No problem budgeted the end the show with you. I have to say that You know you are Foamy and a lot of people. The father of the Hawaiian fusion cooking style and in fact back in two thousand three. I was one year that I arrived in the country from France. And my first Vegas Vegas. I discover. Roy's restaurant there in. I discover you as a chef and then you'll cooking style and I literally fell in love with it. Roy's Vegas at that. Time was my most go to a restaurant every time I was going to Las Vegas so I'm very hundred. Then you to have you today. Thank you so I would like you to explain a little bit to what's how I- infusion is and how you came to create. Its but I think that maybe I we should probably restart at the beginning. You were born in Japan and your dad was from Hawaii. Your mom was from Japan. And then you'll grandfather live in Maui correct. You spend a lot of time on Some of your vacation in Hawaii so i. I'm just curious about how you can tell us something that time. And what kind of kid aware you at that time. What kind of house sold for very fortunate because I grew up with in Japan On a US army base. So I was able to live the lives of you know maybe the Japanese how they live and also to so called the American military base. So you know the best of both worlds my father as you as you mentioned. My father was born and raised in Hawaii. My mother smokey now so you know. Being born and raised in Japan gave me the opportunity to live a great life being able to taste than three need a lot of the Japanese cuisine and at the same time living on base in dealing with the commerce military commissary of stuff for us. You Know Fried Chicken in you know hamburgers and French fries with gravy on it. Now that stuff so you know th th. There are a lot of times being able to do that. Every other summer I used to come to Hawaii and then spend time with my grandparents and my uncles and aunties relatives. And that's coming to Hawaii and to be able to do that so I mean it was definitely incredible childhood. So that's why basically you know. My cuisine today started with those roots. The roots of my father my grandfather's cooking so being able to taste the flavors of their childhood in their their Upbringing so early on in life on the meals that we ate at home you know of my father did most of the cooking than those were the flavors of Hawaii the flavors of his childhood. So that was kind of like. That's what that's what I embrace. So that was good stuff. Can you give us some example? What kind of food? The was your father. Grandfather you know cooking too important dishes would be chicken. Tikka which is kind of like a choice in kind of a sugar based broth kind of sauce as to the other is my my my father's cooking USA make beef stew and you know here in Hawaii. There's a lot of tomato that's used as a base too so you know some some make it more watery than the others but my father was more of a Kind of a soup. So it's a lot of tomatoes involved in a lot of beef broth and Chunks of Stu me my dad being you know from Japanese Being born and raised in Hawaii but yet you know his roots are in Japan because of my grandfather you know he would turn the beef stew into curry the day after so my father would make a huge pot of beef stew but the following day he would put curry pace and he would make Japanese curry so the the flavors that I enjoyed. And of course you know maybe one day a week. You know my father white by some frozen chicken fried chicken from That's been frozen in you would bites the the. Us military commissary would have fried chicken. So you know a very diverse kind of a in the Hawaiian in the Asian flare of And what kind of vacation did you have on Maui in Honolulu when we first landed in Hawaii with the start of You know spending time with my grandparents. Father would always take us especially when we landed on you know. We landed on wall who the first thing he would do is take us to the Thomas Shero fish market. Because that's where you know you would get a lot a lot of the Great Trish Fish in Hawaii. So the first thing he would do from the airport after my auntie would pick us up we would end up going to the Tamashiro market and my father would buy some. You know fresh fish. You know whether it be he or whether it be you know some other. Paka power whatever's available and then and then we would take that home to my Auntie's house and that's what we would have as the the first the meal in Hawaii every every other summer. Can you describe to us the momentum when food became really important to you and when you decide you know to work in that space since my father really loved to cook understand that growing up my father really loved to cook in you know. Even though he was a career military man He was a civil servant working for the. Us Army He loved to Cook a limited inspiration of him. Cooking came from my grandfather. Can Grandfather was a w-will verse man? But at one point in his life in the early nineteen forties. My grandfather actually had a restaurant on the island of Maui. Hollywood help them like in the restaurant not really cooking but you know doing the odds and ends of washing dishes and all that stuff know I guess he had you know because of that you know he he had this love for food so so as a kid growing up my father would do all the cooking would take us to all these different places and so we saw that early on in life and then so his love was to cook just about every night so he would do all the cooking you know my inspiration of wanting to cook came at a very early age when you know my father would have. Teriyaki marinate in the kitchen and I would invite my friends over and you know we I would i. Would you know get the Teriyaki marinate and stick a piece of chicken in there or some vegetables or whatever it may be on the barbecue and so at an early age of maybe you know in my twelve thirteen years old? Fourteen years old is when I was you know really cooking these little teriyaki sticks and making some pepperoni tried pepperoni with steamed rice. And stuff like that for myself by You know my my brother and my friends at one time decided that this is a profession that she wanted to to take Yeah well you know fortunate or unfortunate you know. I was very young about sixteen years old. I took home home home economics in high school. I took that because a friend of mine goes eight. Roy Meant you know we. We should take home. Make because you know and I said well what was mic. And he goes well. Don't worry about it. We can meet a lot of girls who say well okay. Well it sounds sounds pretty good so they'll call make but ended up you know it's to learn the basics of cooking so so once once I took that I I I mean I really fell in love with cooking it even more cooking at home. You know making that Pepperoni and the Teriyaki is one thing but you know when I was in that cooking class getting potatoes and chopping vegetables and I made a roast Turkey and you know I. It just felt good in school. Counselor GOES HEY boy district. He made tastes pretty good. So you ever thought about you know taking cooking as a course for something to do in your life and I said.
Tokyo court awards damages to female journalist in rape case
"In a highly unusual verdict that is being seen as a victory for the me too movement in Japan a civil court in Tokyo has awarded damages to the complainant in a rape case shortly ito says she was raped by a prominent former journalist and are you okay Yamaguchi and twenty fifteen he denied any wrongdoing and launched a counter sued for libel but this was rejected by the court miss Yamaguchi has been ordered to pay
Olympic gold medalist Dan Jansen returns to Milwaukee for a fundraiser
"Oh seven Olympic gold medalist Dan Jansen ease in town this weekend for a big fundraiser it was twenty five years ago that the west Allis native took speed skating gold appearing with him Saturday night at the gold turns to silver tribute at the Harley museum our other gold medalists including Kristi Yamaguchi and Bonnie Blair really is kind of a family and it's it's a it's a unique one everybody I think proud to be an Olympian and even no difference for everybody knows knows what the others have gone through to get to get to that point the Dan Jansen foundation raises money to help the families of people fighting leukemia the disease that took the life of his sister Jane met near WTMJ news I remember when they owned this city not just the city but were own this country I mean everyone knew Dan Jansen everybody knew Bonnie Blair they're all gonna be back
Japan quake toll up to 20 as rescuers dig through landslides
"People are dead and dozens of others missing. After a powerful earthquake. Japan's northernmost main island of Okada AP's Murray. Yamaguchi is in Tokyo and says the six point seven magnitude quake caused damage to buildings and energy supplies earthquake triggered landslides that crushed houses. And buried people underneath they breed and trees and also the damages to her generators caused a widespread blackout across the island's landslides crushed houses under torrents of dirt rocks and timber rescue workers are working frantically doing their best to read survivors. Meanwhile, the island's only nuclear power plant was damaged. But at first inspection. It appears to be limited island main thermal power plant was affected and three of its generators were damaged by the earthquake prime minister Shinzo Abe's. So that up to twenty five thousand troops and other personnel are going to Hokkaido to help with rescue operations the quake adds to a string of calamities hitting Japan over the last few months that include a typhoon flooding. Heavy rain in the heat wave.
Fortnite Streamer 'Ninja' Reveals Why He Doesn't Stream With Female Gamers
"This gamer Nadje Who apparently the most popular guy on twitch, says he's not doing streams, with women because he. Doesn't want to wind up not only putting. Himself in a situation where there rumors but her. Too but the woman as well and. They say here it's more. Than anything. Else a stark reminder that when it. Comes to equality. Within the. Gaming industry and society at large we've still got plenty of work to do why Let me finish reading the article before you start asking questions they. Say don't blame ninja though blames systemic sexism within the industry change has to start they stay with us is, individuals so if you, want to see this sort of behaviour curbed were all going to have to work better on it together and you remember gamer gate from a couple of years ago right yes that's what they're talking. About here where you've got people that will harass. Female gamers over every little thing if the most popular gamer in the world on twitch was a woman and she refused to game with men I would support her but I would suspect if, men came on. And made spurious allegations are. Aspirants allegations were made, about them or whatever that. They would receive harassment online two from the males that follow those female gamers and there's lots, of males that follow female gamers I think that Yeah I'm not sure that I agree with. That Claim that some. Men harass women simply because they are women some men do some women dislike men simply, because they're men and they do things too and that there's an equal. Amount of that and that doesn't indicate sex what I heard, in this article doesn't indicate sexism to me it indicates there is a the top gamer in the world for whatever reason as a man. And that he doesn't doesn't the top gamer the world does not participate with the other sex in order to protect them and themselves from harassment that I. Agree with the idea that that indicates sexism. I did not hear in. Indication
"yamaguchi" Discussed on KPCC
"Tending to be kristi yamaguchi and so when i sat down on sunday night to watch this first out gay figure skater skate at the olympics i knew it was going to be an event but i didn't quite know that it would be so emotional for me personally me imagining what how i would have responded to that as an eight year old as a 10yearold as a teenager is that he's a feminine qualities his girlish nece his gayness frankly was so present and celebrated and he got so much applause and all of that just bundled together i just think as a kid that would have been a really vital moment of validation you can be entirely yourself and people will love you not despite it but partly because of it i thought a lot about how i would have felt if there was an atom upon when i was eight years old were ten or a teenager and something i wrote in this piece was that seeing him as a kid would have destroyed me and i don't mean that in a negative way i mean it would have sort of just torn me down to the studs and then maybe rebuilt me you know just a little bit more confident or a little bit more seen we have to address systems and institutions we have to make bigger broader changes but once in a while seeing this one individual thing this one moment can instil so much hope and i'm so glad that uh hopefully so many people saw that on sunday night when adam skated and we'll see it again.
"yamaguchi" Discussed on PRI's The World
"I really felt the sense at all is this really happening and i just kept thinking about watching christie's gate is a little girl in wishing i could go back and tell my nineyearold self this was going to happen of but at the same time i had a job to do and i knew i had to be professional keep the conversation moving tickets back demoted to you're watching the olympics you secrecy yamaguchi she gets a gold medal what was it about that whole episode that inspired you well figure skating is an exciting beautiful sport to watch out and and i'll never forget that night watching christie skate for the gold the long program i was at my grandmother's house sitting on the couch between her to dogs and my grandmother was actually recording the competition mbh us so i got to read watch it over and over and i knew who christie was i'd caught like the end of her world championships and i've seen her nationals but i was pretty new till exports vandam and when she won it sounds a little silly but i felt like i had one two in a way it felt like things that i wanted where possible and it was you know kinda tough at times than i saw christie on tv like winning the gold medal and i saw her being cheered and i saw her on magazine covers and i thought i had dreams to end suddenly i think all those dreams just felt like a little more real and where possible through go on to screw to julie's wholesome kristi yamaguchi posters on your wallner bedroom had i did have a couple of posters um i also had her sports illustrated cover with her with the gold medal like in my room framed for a few years she was such an inspiration to me i actually had a few questions that i wanted to ask her if that's alright your report christie when we spoke before you mentioned like you hadn't realized how much the gold medal would mean to other people nad especially to others in the asian american community can you talk a little bit more about that in how you realized it was this huge deal and what the supported the community meant to you let's go.
"yamaguchi" Discussed on KQED Radio
"To that moment lease on the ground crashing with his fingers in his years net light comes the thing about that white light is it it is filled with gamma rays which are basically like really highpowered intense x rays in that instant light hit some those gamma rays shoot through his skin into the cells of his body were the in a is where they slammed into water molecules their clustered around the dna in is very thirsty molecule has lots of water nearby it an odd gamma rays when they come crashing in they knock electrons right off the water mantra and it forms of these very reactive molecules called free radicals which become like hungary little beasts and they start to go after dna they're very greedy four electrons because they're missing in electronic displayed and they see this big molecule nearby dna they go right after an they start ripping electrons off basically cut it at various points all of which is to say that the moment delight hit him sutomo yamaguchi's dna cut shredded with a where did the where did the bomb landon proximity to him 'look right near it more was it miles and miles away he was about a mile or so away it's a little hard to judge but he was about a mile or so away and he just remembers waking up uh lying in the potato field so then what happens he wakes up and he has no idea how long he was unconscious because the bombs sucked up so much dirt that it's sort of made the entire area dark it was like storm clouds over the entire city so he couldn't tell a long he'd been unconscious but.
"yamaguchi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The listening to radio radio from wnyc heat are you there i am here hello okay they say hello hurry of good how are you good hey i'm chad i'm robert you'll see radio lab so to begin with we're we're we're talking to author sam keen radio lab regular and he has just written a wonderful new book called the violinists thumb and in it he tells the story which is actually lee kind of encouraging i think you got to get that part though you have to make it through the worst luck imaginable and a thousand year curse yet let me just tell us the fellas name uh the fellows name is suit tomeu yamaguchi is a japanese of course story take place in japan specifically on august six 1945 what does his job this fellow he's a ship the engineer he designed big noah terry and shipping boats four mitsubishi and mr yamaguchi had spent the last couple of months working in hiroshima but now finally he's gets he's about to leave the next day to return home and on the morning of august the six what's happening with him he gets part way to work and he realizes that he has forgotten his in con what's in in com it's a seal let they use to stamp document oh that was his signature which you know was important for his work so he goes back home to his boardinghouse gets waylaid by the owners of the boarding house he's at and they say would you come to have tea with us and he's very polite so he sits down for t for a while with them then harks back on the bus takes his bus to streetcar gets off the street car and he starts walking and at this point it's about eight fifteen in the morning scott about a mile to walk to get to the mitsubishi plant so he's walking by some farms to get to the city when all of a sudden he here's something overhead he looks up in the sky in he sees plane way way up above him and he can just see a very tiny back descending from the belly of the plane and he knows right away that's a bomb i mean japan is at war after all he's been drilled an air raid tactics so drafts the.