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"yana" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK
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Top Putin War Official Marine Yankina Plunges to Her Death
"Apparently there is a belief at least in parts of the Russian ruling class that people can fly out of out of windows from skyscrapers mister producer did you know this Yet another tried to fly out of a window and felt to her death A top defense official in Russia has been found dead after plunging from a high window in a tower block in the latest mysterious death of a high ranking official so woman Marina 58 was discovered by a pair survived the entrance of a house on Sam Sheena street in St. Petersburg I'm sure Bernie Sanders is familiar with that She is believed to have fallen 160 feet to her death That's frightening She's very well placed She is Or was a very well placed Russian Defense Department power broker she'd risen from the tax collecting ranks moved to the Defense Department was basically Putin's money girl For their western military district Miss Yana was a key figure in the funding of Vladimir Putin's illegal war in Ukraine His head of the financial support department of the Ministry of Defense for the western military district which is closely involved In the dictator's invasion her career developed rapidly in 5 years she rose from an ordinary employee to the head of the entire department Meanwhile the death of the employee was officially confirmed by the press service in the western military district the western military district leadership where she was in charge of the cash flows is certainly been under enormous pressure from
AP News Radio
Antetokounmpo has career-high 55 points; Bucks beat Wizards
"Having lost 5 of his previous 6 games did not sit well with buck star Yana sanada kubo. He exploded for a career best 55 points in the box one 23 one 13 win over the wizards. Ana Koopa plowed his way down the lane on a consistent basis and the wizards had no answer. The moment that you had them in the hills and you have them, you know, paying attention to you and all that. You can create with your teammates and you can create for yourself. The wizards ended their 5 game winning streak, Bradley Beal had a short night re aggravated his hamstring injury in the first half. Chuck Friedman, Milwaukee
Myths and Legends
"yana" Discussed on Myths and Legends
"Hey, shepherdess. Dorothy heard early in the morning. She rubbed her face. Yannick the person nodded when they heard the name of her son. Yeah. It was Yana chick. She had to sit there and listen. There was nothing either of them could do. For this one, Yana chek had locked the neighbor in her house by hammering boards over her doors and windows. It took her half a day to get a neighbor's attention and get out. The next villager caught him in their pigeon house. Stealing dinner, the third person that morning said Yana chuck, Dorothy's son, had been by that night, and played a silly prank on them at one in the morning by setting their house on fire. The shepherd has said she would talk to Yana check when he got home. The visitors shook their heads. That's what she always said. When the third person left, the shepherd is heard a voice calling to her from a tree nearby. Ma look. She looked up and saw Jana check, balancing on a branch. She screamed for him to get down from there, he would hurt himself. He leaned forward, what? He couldn't hear her it. He was going to lean forward precariously, and everything that happened next was her fault. Then he waved his arms and lost balance. He dropped headlong from the tree and hit the ground hard. He looked up at his mom. Blood beginning to pool in his mouth. Mother. Why? His head kicked up a small amount of dust as it flooded down. Yana check was dead. The shepherd is collapsed in anguish. No. Tears poured down into the dirt, and she doubled over and then heard laughing, he was alive? Yannick limped over. Yeah. Berries. He was joking. He wasn't actually dead. She need to lighten up. Dorothy, the mom might have scolded him, but she was just so happy that he was alive. And she told him that he had frightened her. The story says her hands wouldn't bring themselves to whip the boy. January check had been having a difficult time, too. Since his father left. They, Dorothea, roll the other hat. She wouldn't drive him away by disciplining him. That boys would be boys and all that. Yannick knew just how far to push his mother, though. And when he went too far, he would make her favorite dish. Mushrooms and strawberries probably not mixed together, but who knows? Anyway, one morning, he paid in advance because Dorothea woke to find the steaming mushroom sitting next to a bowl of berries. You know? Maybe they were turning a corner here. Perhaps her plan of never disciplining him and just waiting for him to be different was working out. Then she heard the screams. Her son. Someone dragged him from the deep pool. Yannick had drowned. Dorothy wailed, as the villagers laid the body down before her. The townspeople weren't saying she should have set boundaries and disciplined him at least a little. Because with the death of her son, that would be too soon. They would say it later, though. Then, they look to the boy and the body was gone. The people looked around frantically, but there wasn't any evidence of Yana check in the fields. The swamp, town, or forest. It was like he disappeared. Then they looked inside the house that was like ten feet away from where he had been laying. And found him finishing off the mushrooms and strawberries. Of course, they freaked out and ran, because sure, he must be a ghost and not the kid who messed with them relentlessly and prank them like four times a week. This time, Dorothy stood incensed. Sure, he had lied to her and scared her, but he was eating her mushrooms and strawberries. Yana check had finally gone too far. The water demon, the vodnik, take you. The bowl in the wooden spoon slid across the table at a Dorothy. As Yana check was about to say that, okay, he could see that she was mad. But his non apology was interrupted. There was someone else. Listening. It shall be so. Both mother and son spun to look at the window. And they found a face looking back at them. Scaly, but glowing in the moonlight. It wasn't human. It was the vodnik. Dorothy stood paralyzed. But Jana checks shook his head. No one's scared his mother but him. He grabbed a walking stick and threw open the door with his shoulder. Feet digging into the dirt path as he chased the vodnik. The creature flippy flapping his way to the water's edge, with a massive head start. Yana chuck took aim with a stick and threw it like a spear, but he missed. Tackles from the vodnik echoed through the forest. Yana check heard, it shall be so again..
Blitz Sports World Podcast
"yana" Discussed on Blitz Sports World Podcast
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The Wise Fool
"yana" Discussed on The Wise Fool
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The Wise Fool
"yana" Discussed on The Wise Fool
"We all know what that's like. Oh it's one hundred head got it with one hundred dollars. I don't want to buy it well and that could lead to the question of the sort of multiple part question of aid you have a gallery the represents you or okay shaking your head so you do gallery represents why. I work with several galleries. I have a gallery. Hardee's or scouring boston and i've been with them since two thousand six since i moved to massachusetts and then i work with a couple of galleries. I have a piece at epsom gallery. And i do have a solo show with them in march. I believe and they're in california in sacramento. And then i have another gallery. That i've sold with Charlie cummings gallery in florida. And i have a show. I'm participating in mid fall..
The Wise Fool
"yana" Discussed on The Wise Fool
"Very naive understanding of the writing process. I literally thought that novelist. Just sit down with the blang stack of papers and they just start writing. I don't know why this you know in the end like now that have been going to all these writers talks. I realize oh my god. There's all this preparatory process on research and all these systems of no cards and and to me. It's you know it doesn't demystify the process. I still think it's fascinating but it's so interesting to see because it's like you're like oh that's how somebody would do this. Yes i mean. Choosing the create any creative industries is setting yourself up for a very laborious and late of the we do so much work that's never seen by the public. They all they see is the end result and they have no idea how much work time effort mistakes practice research. Whatever that we put into doing these things i mean. Just the idea of like going back to your working with iconography. Like i know when i looked at iconography of soon as i did i was like oh well if i'm gonna use iconic images like religious iconography i better know what that means so you have to do a bunch of research understanding the colors the techniques. The uses of the y. Is not that that all this because there's nothing worse than like cultural appropriation. Taking on something using it and then going. Like oh. I used it. Wrong did because that's horribly embarrassing..
The Wise Fool
"yana" Discussed on The Wise Fool
"Like for your three dimensional works because the juice because i can imagine depending on how you light it and where the shadows is either shows more depth or or more flatness depending on sort of the whole structure of how you do it. I can absolutely see that belay these days. I'm working with sort of painfully. Mediums and select the reflective quality become ends up becoming a thing because i work with intentionally contrastingly matt versus gloss mediums and and. I've been finding that when i photograph them. If i don't play up the glossy nece. Then the whole image doesn't sort of express the idea of what i want bacilli but it but the glossiest then end up looking like really blown out and bad and glossy but it expresses the idea late. It's a better image representing the idea of it but it may not be a better technical representation of the image. But i still choose that one. Because i think it's the better represent the ideas more important necessarily then just a factual documentation and i think you know. It's all sort of a hypothetical discussion anyways because it's absolutely a lot more important with three dimensional work that are translates. But like with judy at work. You know sometimes people will photograph their images on the have the mat board included or the frame or like arts of their bed is in the picture you know. That's just like rookie mistakes. But i think in general because a lot of a lot of times everything is juried from digital images. Sometimes work looks really really good. Projected huge in a space. Where people are looking at it and sometimes work doesn't look all that great for example one it's projected at that scale and so i think it's just important to kind of show it to be bull gonna try to look at it as as if you're an outsider looking at this image and be like for example you know if you show and again i'm trying to just imagine what you're describing but imagine if you're showing your work and everybody who looks at it thinks that it's wet for example you know that's something that you would want.
The Wise Fool
"yana" Discussed on The Wise Fool
"Be the most important thing right. So if you're applying for grants you get a lot of help with a supplication or work on it. Like super seriously because people will be reading this taxed and their visualizing what it is that you're opposing in so i think with grant applications absolutely. You must know what you're gonna do. They will ask you for budget and timeline. And that's a whole different animal. I don't think. I feel like we need to talk about it because it's it's super complicated. I don't apply for grants. I feel like it's too much work. Love grants as a matter of fact. This podcast is funded by a grant from iceland norway and liechtenstein. It's called the ea grant. They're quite fabulous. Thank you very much for their funding. No i mean they are fabulous. But i'm saying it is definitely a little bit more of a crapshoot especially the bigger the grandpa's and in the united states have just gotten so competitive that i feel like i mean i've applied for view in small. Internal grants are easier. But these big national things i mean. It's it's just. It's like you can be a fulltime job willing. That's another thing that i've noticed too like okay so in america just like the american culture as far as i can tell is there's this separation of like The elite grants these amazing. Nea grants an any any age grant. And all these things and then there's like just basically like local support for like five hundred dollars and that's it and huge separation between big grant small grants and there's really not much in between whereas in europe. I find that there is a nice spectrum of like there are massive grants given by the eu. For millions of euros there are state funded grants and then there are sort of even regional grants like. There's a nice range of potential opportunities that i've noticed in europe versus in america which seems to have that split of lee basically like there's no middle class In the arts anymore at least not for granting opportunities but is absolutely true. That is absolutely true. I think that's really changed. But as far as Artist residencies. I think with artists primarily is still going to fight your work. I mean. sometimes you'll see that. The work is very weak and the person can be very good at. I call it intellectual masturbation you know sort of like really conceptualizing and making sounds super importance. You know that can happen. But i feel like with artist residencies. In general you know as long as europe ligation. Kind of makes sense. you know. Get some help with editing. Your images and then just clear with your writing because i think where's like project statements and then there's artists statements. I think maybe submitting more project statements. That doesn't have to talk about like everything you've ever done and are going to do. Project statements are a lot more tangible and manageable. Because it's you're talking about specific work and what it is about and what it looks like physically and what it means conceptually okay. I love that wait. I've never asked anybody any about this before. Imagery when you're submitting your imagery like i was under the preconceived idea..
The Wise Fool
"yana" Discussed on The Wise Fool
"You know for me. It was the first experience of doing an international artist residency. And i was thinking that it's such a special time because there are people there who were much younger than me. They're the young artists and residents. So they come and they work for hours a day for the residency and then the rest of the time. They can do their work. There are some people who are my age and then there are people who are older than me. But i feel like with these residencies. There's definitely kind of a sweet spots age wise. I think you wouldn't want to do it when you're much much older. But that could be just an ages thing in me or we did have a woman there who i was in her sixties and she was like everyone loved shopping. She had a great time as well. So i think maybe it's just my own calling sixty old well. I'm just saying older than me. I'm forty two. So i'm using myself as like this. You know middle aged sort of person that i am and i was only thinking this because when you have children as an artist it's a complicated things so right now i live in texas and teach here. My husband is a professor at university of arizona and he lives in tucson so this is our like this is the first time in our lives that we have been living in in two different states and last year was my first year so that being that it was a covert year. We kind of went back and forth a lot more and it didn't feel as monumentally like challenging. But this year the kids wanted to stay in tucson and so i am in texas by myself and even though i just went to anderson ranch and had an amazing time i feel like just as a mother when you don't see your kids and you don't live with them you don't appreciate being away from anybody from everyone as much you know so i think.
The Wise Fool
"yana" Discussed on The Wise Fool
"I don't apply for very many. But mostly because i find that a lot of them are what i would consider like almost too specific and i can never kind of figure out a way to say like. Oh you know what. That's the police i need to be. So how did you even find a residency. That sort of fit with what you do or did you come up with a specific program saying okay. I'm i wanna go to this residency. I don't think i can do what i normally do. But i but i can. I can do a different product so you did you do something completely your own or did you sort of come up with a tailored project for the experience of a residency. It's kind of a. It's going to be a complicated answer. It was kind of complicated question. I know it's fine. So i haven't done that many residencies before except for the last few years because i have two children. They were when were longer. It's a difficult thing to leave them at home because they really want you. You know the kids they really want you around so you can't just off for months. go somewhere. A when they were younger. I had gone only to end. It's ranch for two weeks as a visiting artists. And i did have a project that i was working on and basically i came and you know. I love anderson ranch as well. It's such a special place. It's i always call it for artists..
The Wise Fool
"yana" Discussed on The Wise Fool
"Of a fabrication lab you know. I think it's something that's gonna continue evolving because it's really expensive for just a department for example to have everything but if this idea of having a space where other people can come and learn some of these. Cc router is not that complicated but you probably not going to just come to a cold and be like okay. I'm gonna figure this out but if somebody can just show you the steps it's not just becomes just a tool that could be really useful but that brings up initiative point of like so you went from two dimensional art painting to three dimensional art. I am not a three dimensional thinker. I mean don't get me wrong. i'm wickedly good like tetris. And a compact car well and that can think three dimensional well. But i don't think my art in a three dimensional way so like what had to change for you to go from thinking about an artistic expression in two dimensions to doing it in three dimensions. It's funny because i never thought of myself as a sculptor. And then i remember when one of my kids was little and i bought them this sculpture or something like one of those sculpting clays and they asked me to sculpt them whatever was on the cover of the box and so i just did. It made this polar bear or whatever it was. It was like this thing and i remember. My mom came in and just said who made this. And i said i did. And she said oh. I didn't know what you could skuld and to me. It was just it just felt like like washing dishes like everybody can do it. You just put some so on. And so i just like followed. You know whatever it looked like instead of to me it was kind of a an you know even though just take some time to your parents saying something and you're like okay. I guess it's not like something that everybody can do. And so the you know the three dimensional thing is i love working three dimensional early because with firework especially. I really liked to ride this line between something. That's two dimensional and three dimensional at the same time so for example like the body of work wait memory burden. It's this women with stocks objects on top of their heads. You know some of those objects like you're all three dimensional essentially but some of them are kind of two dimensional drawings that are placed on the three dimensional forms. Said to me when i work. I love this idea of a peace. Not being entirely nearly two dimensional three dimensional..
The Wise Fool
"yana" Discussed on The Wise Fool
"Now. I'm much more comfortable working with it. But for the in the beginning for the first few years i kept saying just wanna my project. Then i'll go back to painting just one more and then i'll go back but i don't think i'll ever go back to pure painting on canvas. Never say never say never exactly. Yeah i used to have a debate with an old friend of mine. Who's also professor and they an. I used to say that. I always like to keep teaching fresh evolving keeping up with new technologies keeping up with the new ideas. Because if i'm not interested in subject then i will not be able to express it to my students in a way. That's interesting and she disagreed with me horribly. She was like no. I've been teaching the same syllabus for twenty years and the syllabus works and everybody's happy and i'm like yeah but you're not happy like me. Are you know. I'm the kind of teacher that i have a passion for something i'm going it's going to be infectious to my students and if i'm bored by something i expect my students also be bored by it as well so like i mean not only keeping up with these kinds of new technologies but in your art form but also in your teaching skills also i think is very important is a great point and i think for me when i was a younger angel finished graduate school. I did not want to teach a lot of my friends did and so i stayed out of academia because i just wanted to be a studio artist but after about ten years that gets a little bit for me. It gets a little bit. What's the word it's a little isolating. You're sort of in your studio by yourself for hours at a time and you don't you don't really get this interaction with. I mean especially for me because my kids were younger. And so you know it's like i'm traveling. The world doing residencies. And maybe getting.
The Wise Fool
"yana" Discussed on The Wise Fool
"This out but you know little by little ceramics also really hooks you. It's one of these mediums that despite its challenges people say ceramics keeps you humble. You know because you just start working in a very different way and there's expectation you know. I just finished this big piece. When i was at anderson ranch as a visiting artists it was as big head that i build. And even though i've spent two weeks working on it when i left and they were firing it. I expected things to go wrong. Just because it's possible no matter the best that you can and things can still not work out. And so you just part you just start to relate to it a little bit differently but then as i kind of continue my career as an artist and meeting other artists this idea of artists starting out with one medium and transitioning to another or doing things in other media. It's actually not that new and it's very very common even look at picasso right. He's a painter but he's done a lot of work in ceramics but just again just if you think of the most famous artists right. Michelangelo stamping sculptor painter. So it's not like it's super crazy. And i think nowadays especially with all the digital technology that infiltrates all traditional media like lots of painters are using scanners and large format printers. And you know you. The printing technologies like. They're all of these new tools that come up that i think not that you have to know them but i think if you can learn some of these new approaches i think it kind of opens up possibilities of what you can do in the studio yourself and then this idea that you know we have hopefully long and productive lives like. I've never been an artist. Who can just come into the studio and kind of go through the motions and do what i do. I feel like you have to keep it interesting for yourself. Right whiz like to me..
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"yana" Discussed on The Wise Fool
"Know at that time. This was probably two thousand. Two prisons are really full and so it was just a really kind of interesting to learn more about because i. I don't have any experience with anyone that was imprisoned and so it was just fascinating learning more about this culture. When i was doing this volunteer work we were kind of the a lot of the money that came for this social or came from western missionary people who gave money they would want to visit the prisons and sometimes they would want to try to convert these boys these sinners to christianity. Sometimes they would just want you to translate whatever they wanted to say. So i did a lot of translation and there was this big sort of religious overtone to this experience and of course to meet seemed like they were coming as outsiders and not understanding. All the socioeconomic factors that contributed to these people who ended up in present at that time especially as teenagers. These kids they came from really broken homes so they warned. Just these sinners. That just happens do this thing. It was like all these reasons that led to it. I'm shocked wait. Are you saying missionaries. Don't actually know the people that they're trying to save that such a surprise. Yes sugar and so. After that year. I was able to come back to the states because besides volunteering in the prisons. I also did all this freelance work for a us embassy in saint petersburg but the cultural department. I did graphic design for them for probably five months and at the end of it my graduate school because i was able to defer they reached out and they said okay. How about now. Can you come now. And so i went to the cultural at such a and just told him that. I have this full rides situation with graduate school and he just signed this piece of paper and i got my visa and was able to come back but when i started grad school i wanted to do a project about the prisons and because there is this huge religious kind of overtone to this experience i was looking for a way to visually tie the prison photographs to christian symbolism and kind of ideology and of course russia is russian orthodox so we have all these icons and a very natural thing to start looking at kind of at that language of icons and the more i learned. It became apparent that they were really like comics. But just from that time period because they're meant for the illiterate or literate people who couldn't read didn't and so if you knew how to read these icons they really were nothing more than just pictures that would tell stories about martyrs and saints and god and so i love that i like the fact that it's these sort of revered like holy images that are just you can really look at them as comic strips and so i i've started barring heavily from that language and i continue to do so i i still love that system visual symbolism. I think some people might take offence to the comic book relationship. But yes you're right..
The Wise Fool
"yana" Discussed on The Wise Fool
"Could you please pronounce your name correctly for me. My name is pronounced pie yoga. Yana pious oba rate. and now. that's russian correct. That is russian. I've got to ask about the over. So your father would be pious. You solve without the a okay. 'cause here in the czech republic the ova they do over a for feminine and non over from select my wife theoretically should have been dole's ova and i'm dole's in russia would be those over. Angie just add an a. The end for the female okay. So it's just a female versus male overs is a like in spanish almost all right Okay good because i was concerned about that. Because here in the czech republic the ova actually translates to owned by or property of the the male person and i always found that rather offensive in russian. The middle name. I know what it is like in the czech republic but my middle name is alexandra which means daughter of alexander. So it's the old not that probably means the same thing as the ending and my brothers middle name would be expanded of each sonic sound of not and extensive each. Yeah it's interesting with like in in the scandinavian countries. They do the the like like it would be dole's daughter is the daughter of dole's i'm like little on the nose but i'll take it so now. You were born raised in russia or just born in russia and then sort of left early that was born in russia i was born in nineteen seventy nine and was ussr. At that time. And i lived there. I was seventeen. I left a nineteen ninety six. Well now i've lived in the states longer than i've lived in russia. But i did grow up there. So how is that transition. Just better question. Why did you have that transition. Well it was. The nineties were pretty intense and russia. You know the country fell apart everything. There many books that were written about the nineties. But it was just you know everything was getting privatized and divided ob- everything that was that the country was closed for became open so we had herbalife people coming in and missionaries and jehovah's witnesses and all the bills all that we're looking for business opportunities so it was just you know the country was loaded with all of the all..
The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
"yana" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
"Right there. He was expecting that. That's never had no way to get out of that either. No way to get out now. And i don't think you can hang. You're getting up by the way that's coming back. are we. Sure the guy who normally doesn't sick day y'all get the fucking been watching this for how long for weeks. He's got to watch the game. You know the trick right thinking fucking got it. Magic agrees to hit the ground skit round to. Hey thanks for that. There's no way they know about gofundme. Anything like this carton of marlboro two days. This is so disgusting because everything we're saying is accurate but these are good people. We love we have. They're good people. Actually i think a lot of them have potentially fall into this position similar. Hit every wrong. Just can't thank you enough for allowing us to penetrate your ear holes. Feel good friday coming up men. Yana big time guests. Big time conversations. Tomorrow's show if you enjoyed the show Please be a friend telephone if not just act like it never ever happened tomorrow. It's going to be a big one. Please play some independent music and propelled these people into a beautiful thursday night before a massive smack. Don john and roman reigns tomorrow night. I think they're probably going to have to square off right olympics are about to start. Let's go let's have a day. Maybe the olympics start. who knows. let's have a thursday and then a good friday tie play. Music cheers.
Story Pirates Podcast
"yana" Discussed on Story Pirates Podcast
"This is a story about my dog so many the cutest dog in the world's five am. I've week up in a thaw nannies. Coddled to me. Pick doggy blah. Get your breakfast on your tiny. Take photo before going on doggy. Let's thane the. Yana neighbors could just so full of the girl..
Antetokounmpo, Milwaukee Dominate Atlanta in Game 2 to Even Series
"Steve Lennox. Eastern Conference finals now tied at one series, most to Atlanta for Game three on Sunday. Bucks tonight at home, Blew the game open in the second quarter bucks one on a 22. Oh, run. End up beating the Hawks won 25 91 Yana 17 in the first half 25 for the game. Trae Young, Just 15 points in the Laos for Atlanta. Game
Around the Horn
Philadelphia Sixers Blow 19-Point Lead In 109-105 Overtime Loss To Milwaukee Bucks
"Nine sixers one five in overtime how this game overtime layup. Instead of dribbling out it could've taken that one yard bought david chen losing it on defense but in overtime it was y- honest and it was johnny sitting on the sixers courts. Ramona you have a problem with sitting down on the sixers four. Oh i've never seen before and this is a nice. Is it nice. Move like the bucks are kind of disregarding team in the eastern conference even though they ran away with it but like the last seven points or you want to run to close the game so i think for is go ahead and sit on the court take arrest degree breather and i did kind of his tweet at the end of the gate where he said like. Sit back and enjoy the show. If anybody's fans should appreciate that. It is joel. Embiid philadelphia seventy sixers fan. Cal shaw the only thing i have a problem with is celebrating beating philadelphia without their. Mvp candidate with him sitting over on the bench in street clothes. It's just you know. Would philadelphia be celebrating if they beat the bugs without you us. I don't know. I don't think that would be a big deal either. They had to come from behind. They made a nice comeback. I like milwaukee like holiday being added to the team. But but. I don't think this was a big win for them. And we kaplan i just think it's a little rich to hear philadelphia complain about janas doing this when he literally stole a book out of joel. Embiid's playbook giuliani. Does this stuff all the time. But this is one of those rare games. It was a win for both of them. I mean the sixers came in second half of back to back without embiid. They held the Bucks to their worst first half the entire season and then you have the books. They have their worse first half of the entire season and they've resilient and they wants us out of it and that's a win for them to i don't think this is t o celebrating on dallas star. But it is something you know. Yana said he's having fun. And i'm all for having fun but sit down. Phillies court and then taking a photographer's cameras snapping pictures blowout win vs india last month. He's having a lotta fun at the expense of is eastern conference rivals in it and as an unofficial historian of nba pettiness. I'm all for it but pump the brakes you be without without embiid. They blew a nineteen point lead. You almost blew the game at the end of it yourself. So this game looked and felt like a playoff game because you know what you gotta be careful doing stuff like this because you might see him again. You don't want to spend into the win too many times ramona and but the best part about this was the white house and he wanted to goes down. Yeah
Irving Drops 40, Nets Make It 12 Wins In Last 13, Top Celtics In New York City
"All the locals played mixed results. Nick's never innit in Milwaukee, outscored in every quarter, including 37 to 23 in the Fourth of UPS, one. 1 34 to 1 on one. That's the Knicks most lopsided loss of the season. Yana Gupta 24th points triple double from Milwaukee. RJ Baron of the Next 22 Nicks All start. Julius Randle Scrutiny seven. I re Irving scored 40. The Nets beat the Celtics won 21 109 in Brooklyn. That's 12 wins. In the next last 13 games. Rangers got shut out in Boston for nothing. The Islanders beat the Devil's 53 the hours of won seven in a row. Beating
WTOP 24 Hour News
Team LeBron Wins NBA All Star Game
"The NBA All Star Game. What the team LeBron 1 71 50 win over Team Durant by the Wizard's Bradley Be a lead team Durant with 26 points, Yana said dead combo made all 16 of his shots. He was the M
Philadelphia 76ers' Joel Embiid, Ben Simmons uncertain for All-Star Game in Atlanta due to COVID-19 concerns
"On Fox. It's All Star night in the NBA from Atlanta team LeBron Against Team Durant's Bucks fans likely keeping an eye on Yana still be he'll be suiting up alongside LeBron James. Meanwhile, Philadelphia 70, Sixers teammates Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons uncertain for tonight's All Star Game. After potential exposure to covert 19, according to ESPN. The league expected to make a decision, But it's unlikely they'll be cleared to
WTOP 24 Hour News
Second-Dose COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments In Anne Arundel County Canceled As Officials Wait For Doses To Arrive
"7000 covert 19 vaccine doses from the state. And that means a bunch of vaccine appointments for second doses have to be rescheduled. Dr. Anil Eshkol Yana Rahman says it's okay if your appointment is is rescheduled because you can wait up to six weeks for that second dose. But this is leading to a domino effect. It's gonna take well into March. To get through this group. So really ask her, Ask folks for their patients. I know it's difficult, but we're recommending is for everybody to get pre registered when you do that. Remember that it's still important to wear your mask, distance and avoid gatherings, and Randall County executive Stuart Pittman says the 3400 doses that they did get will be prioritized for senior citizens and teachers. Pittman also says he's quarantining as a precaution because he may have been exposed to Cove it he has so far tested negative. There is a new push in Maryland to get folks and
Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
What did Guy Fieri ever do to you?
"Can someone please explain to me what the Hell Guy Fieri ever did anyone? Yana who I'm talking about the celebrity chef. People Shit on that dude, all the time. And as as I can tell all he ever did was follow his dreams. You understand people are horrible to a television personality and he didn't do anything. Wrong. Here's what he did. Do America he started a company where he hires everybody he pays more than minimum wage. He gives health benefits before he has to. He has a nonprofit where he gives pretzel making machines to schools. So they can fundraise I know that one sounds like I made it up but I swear to Christ it's true.
Latina to Latina
Why Gianna Nino-Tapias Embodies Labor Rights
"Yana. Nino thought BS planned to spend the summer before her first year at Stanford Medical School doing contact tracing working retail. But when her job search a dead end, she went back to seasonal fruit picking work. She's been doing since she was fourteen. At the end of one long day she tweeted about farm workers like her being paid seven dollars for two gallons of blueberries. She then asked how much do you pay for your blue various? I had talked to her I did and learn so much about her path to medicine as a first gen college student indigenous rights farm worker's Rights on. We'll consumers need to know about the people who make their food possible. Jeddah. Where are you right now? I'm Linden from California Palo Alto our new you're back at school ivax going out here. I always remember those summers during college going home in it's. It's so strange because you have all this independence when you're at school and then you come home and your parents. Treat, you like you're still in high school, right? Right and every time I go home. It's just there's just a large expectation fairly for my mom is my own expectation that I should be like helping my mom in linked doing some chores and like lightening her load guy at school it's like you're right like complete freedom I do whatever I want whenever I want. Do you perceive your mom to have a heavy load Yeah absolutely. I think she's our only period and. I think that you know we go to work and she has to come home and make them some meals for everyone. There's five of us and she kind of like cleaned for Yooglie of she loves house being cleaned. So I help out with all those things whenever I can. To Lot Yeah You're born you're born in Eastern, Oregon, you grew up in eastern Washington state. Told me about where you grew up. So Eastern. Washington is very different from Seattle. I think that's why. Like columnists conception that I. Get is that the thing it's just like satellite super rainy it's actually not. So eastern Washington Eastern Oregon both desert in the rain shadow of. E mountain range. So we get like very little rain, it's very conservative. There's very little diversity out there I think the main communities of color that live out there my farmer communities in the needle in communities I think it was a great place ago by the you grow up because it is so rural. There's so much nature around there so much like the outdoor activities to do Saigo peron alarm really enjoyed around a lot of fields. So my working in the field I love Eastern Oregon eastern Washington I would love to go back someday is that the plan to go back? Yeah. Absolutely. How old were you when you started working in the fields? I was fourteen years old. What was your first day of work like? I. Think I was super excited for my first year. We're ten years ago. And they all super excited because I would get to contribute. Tie Household I, think the causes for me was like, okay I can use this money to go to my mom to make your life easier and then she would let me keep some of it so that I could spend it on what I wanted to nature's like take my siblings than I on a shopping spree for for school. So he went to buy school supplies in. We were very excited like Bonnie backpacks unlike brand name markers and stuff like that. I have three younger siblings. So they were all little and they were excited because we had never done that like I think I'll. Getting. The bare minimum that we need for school and now it's finally like being I was able to get them whatever they wanted. Is there a story from childhood that captures who you were as a kid. I think one story though remembering like me, my mom and my sister was. Going to do this activity called Battle of the books where there's a selection link. Eight books that read it's handling a quiz bowl style where you just like recall parts of the book and I've always loved reading and so we were remembering that I read all the books like my sister was on my team even though she was two years younger than me in the elementary school and she was like, yeah, you just carry the team and you like because remembered everything and I think that that was super emblematic of just who I was of like my love for reading my. Or. Competitive data. Just like a real enjoyment for school and like why The promise of my mom always wanted to go to school didn't get the chance to and so. She was always telling me and my siblings like, Oh, you go to school a you do all in school. It's GonNa take you to a Lotta places in. So I guess those just carry me through life
Rihanna says she still loves Chris Brown, have 'a very close friendship'
"Today Daily Property Yana reveals she still loves Chris. Brown. Well, at least she did back in two thousand twelve oprah just reposted an interview to her super soul conversations podcast Arianna Open Dabbagh. Chris and whether she could forgive him, here's what she said. We've been working on our friendship began. Now we're very, very close friends. With built a trust again unless it like we love each other and probably always will an. Anything that we're going to try to team not something you can shut off if you've ever been in love You're seeing each other again. He's in a relationship of his own. I'm single. Do you think Chris Brown is a true love for you? Absolutely. I think he was the love of my life. He was the first love. And I see that he loved me the same way. A lot of people thought that it was unforgivable. Have you forgiven him? I have forgiven him. Wow. So this was a very serious and shocking interview. Do you think Riana still feels this way again, hundred mine the audience this isn't old interview that just got reposted. Here's the thing. And I said this in two, thousand twelve and I'm GonNa say it again in twenty twenty. For Riana I, feel like she never really got the closure she deserved in this situation. And anytime, there is three hundred and fifty million people influencing your decision you are going to go with what you think people want to see. So I truly believe had those photos not come out had we all known it? She probably would have went back into that relationship and then realized that it wasn't for her and then left but she never got that chance because everybody was in the business again I would not have told her to go back but I know some people do. And I know that's why a lot of relationships lingers because people never get that closure people feel like they never ever got that chance to say, Hey, I'm done I've grown out of this and I can't be a part of this. It's almost like she feels forced out of the relationship based on other people's opinions and everybody weighing in you know word on the street and this is super inside information. This I'm not even sure if this is correct, but there has been talks for years that this is obvious and it might have even been printed. So I don't know if I'm like dropping a bomb, but they've gotten into several altercations, physical altercations in the past where they were both. Physical towards each other right exact. Anyway. So there was a lot of speculation about that behind the scenes, kind of more under the radar for years that had been going on between them. Unfortunately, this incident did catch wind of the media and the public, and there were the photos that were leaked, which were absolutely horrific should have never happened so I do feel like you know that altercation happened when she was very much in love with somebody things got very out of hand and they were not okay H. and never get to that point. But then the entire world jumped in and was like you cannot love this man you need to leave. It was like, Whoa Whoa WHOA WHOA WHOA so it's kind of like one. J. Lo had to leave diddy when that whole court case was going on you know what I mean. It was just not good for her image she had to separate herself. So I feel like this does not surprise me at all that her feelings still linger. Of course, it was her first love they were like you feel that magnetic chemistry between them and then do you remember she did this interview and then she pop back up I was doing daily pop has more in the beginning and they had the the photo of them are in front of the car. You know what I'm talking about I was trying to forget that right now. I was trying to prevent it. They kindled for periods of time. Don't forget the birthday cake remix to when she came out with the song everybody say yes and then the remix came and it was him on the remix and she didn't want anybody. So it was like Oh. Maybe they're getting back together. Yeah Ain't nobody's business you remember that song. I know I it's such a complicated relationship with the pan. The band ain't got pulled off before she was ready to process it as remember in this interview, she goes on to talk about how it was. Really. took her long time to really realize where where she falls in like what love is supposed to look like because of her relationship with her father and she openly talked about how her father was used to her mother and so those when you grow up in that kind of situation, it's deeper than just. It's it's learning what love's supposed to look like learning love is and she was very young when this happened and as you guys said, it just took time to process all that I. Don't think that Riana still wants to be with Chris Brown in any way that ship has sailed I just think then there's like this love of while we never got to end it how we wanted to I never got that closure. It took me years to process how I even felt in that moment. I decided. No I feel like she wants to go back I feel like she wants to do it again but she knows that people are going to talk so much smack about her. If she goes back down people get week we're that bag I can't believe she did it I'm telling you. About. Why Since then I don't think. So yeah, why do you think the real quick Oprah's been reposting some of our old interviews, but she did not put a disclaimer like this is old this is from two thousand twelve. Do you think is kind of annoyed that this came out again? I don't think so I think when you go on Oprah, it's never easy conversation I. mean you had cookie Johnson talking about her husband's HIV status. You've had Whitney talked about her drug addictions Whitney Mother's talking about Sexuality Oprah is the place where you're going to go and have that hard conversation and once you say it, it's GonNa live on forever. So no, it's old t for sure but it's Oprah's status bill she pave.
The Plant Path
The Different Types of Herbal Tonics
"Hey everybody say Popham here founder of the School of Evolutionary herbalism and what exactly does the word tonic mean you know this is a word that we see used a lot in herbal medicine and in the alternative health world here about health tonics and rejuvenated tonics and nutritive tonics and bitter tonics and Chee Tonics and. Tonic gets used a lot and I think this is one of those terms in western, herbalism or herbalism as a whole really that can really use a little bit of clarification to make sure that we're all on the same page when we use that word. So question came up in a recent Q. and A. Session with my students and around what's the difference between A. Tonic from the perspective of Physio. Medical ISM versus. The way the word tonic is used in, say your medicine or Chinese medicine. So that is what the topic for this video is, and hopefully it provides some clarity for you on what is oftentimes a little bit of a nebulous term question number one is coming to us from Stephen Roberts in the chemical. And Steven is asking are the PHYSIO medicalised? Term Tonic and the IR Vega, Russell, Yana for the most part interchangeable in your view. If not could you share some situations that might highlight where they do not correlate that? Well, that's a really great question Stephen. And it really brings me to the. Kind of conversation about the word Tana can and what the word tonic means. It's in Western herbalism a pretty loose nebulous term that. I find being used in a wide variety of contexts and depending on those contexts. The word has a very different meaning. So I'd like to define this term tonic a little bit and. Kind of elucidate a little bit of those different context. So we can understand what this word actually means. So oftentimes will see the word tonic be used alongside something like a bitter tonic or a nutritive tonic or a rejuvenating tonic. Or just a tonic herb. And oftentimes, those really all mean very different things and so to me like when I think of the word. Tonic. I really like at all right I really like thinking about the roots of words and how those roots of words correlate to other words and through understanding other words that are related words that are related to one. Another I think we can get a better sense for what they actually mean, and so if we look at the word tonic, the root of that word is tone. Right tone and when in the context of herbalism when we're looking at tone. We're looking at tonal quality of tissue which really is looking at how tight is it or how relaxed is it, and this is one of our. Kind of polarities that we see. In terms of herbal energetics oftentimes, we just look at temperature and moisture of hot and cold and Wet and dry, and it's very common to overlook the tonal aspect. and. That really is what makes up the six tissue states of the Physio medicalised you're mentioning here. So you have a heat check citation and cold depression in terms of temperature, and you have damp stagnation and dry atrophy in terms of moisture, and then you have a tension and relaxation. In terms of tissue tone and tension and relaxation are really really important to consider when we're looking at a tissue. It's not always pertinent but when it is, it's really pertinent. Right and you got to really address it because if the root cause of an imbalance is due to the tone of tissue. It's not GonNa be corrected just by attending the hot cold wet and dry right. So this is a very, very good understanding to have about. The energetics of a the tissues and conversely how the re what remedies we want to apply
Smart: Refs overturned call to keep Giannis in
"To be honest in the books were up on the Celtics fourth quarter 96 to 89. Boston, though. They came to play dice swings to jail in Brown against Middleton tested three for the wing Swiss since I shot in the face knocks it down, anyway. Time out. Mike Budenholzer and the Celtics have done it again. 98 5 Sports Hall by that three by Jalen Brown had Boston up a point, but Johannes the reigning M V P For a reason. Smart guarding honest. Now they switch about sandy, honest catches on ties. Hook shot down with a foul beautiful bounce by Middleton as he found the honest deep in that paint, Johannes goes to work, and he's got the mean mug goingto make it 1 15 1 10 wkmg with that call that a three point play that had him up five late that help seal the deal was another from Yana said a combo. With about a buck 30 to go an overturned call that kept him in the game and help the Bucks beat. The Celtics won 19 1 12 36 points, 15 rebounds, seven assists. Milwaukee improves to an MBA best 54 12 moved within a window of clinching the top seed in the East for a second straight year, Nagumo was called for a charging fowl, appearing to negate a basket and giving him 1/6 foul. The call It was changed to a blocking foul on Marcus Smart after review Smart and Johannes with this take postgame the recession and said I was late. Frankly, I think we all know what that was about six. I didn't want to get him out. Just call a spade A spade is what it is speaking as a player. I think he's a good player. I think Well, in that respect about that is the first floor peaches May he plays hard. He was the best player. I think he's a bad person that day. That's his opinion. He was moving in last place, but either way it away if he was charging he was not sore. I'm having going to win and away from this place, it was changed. Call Chris Middleton, 18 for the Bucks Smart 23. Jalen Brown, 22 with Jason Tatum, just five points on to off 18 shooting.
Bobby and Billy Dukes from Taste of Country
"Welcome to episode two forty nine, where at the end of this? Eddie Mighty and I will review the movie wall card. The Dewey Cox Story. It's an old movie, but it's a music movie. I never thought it'd be funny, so if you haven't seen the movie, you still might light. Listen to the review. Is We're we're kind of down? But if you haven't seen it and you WANNA watch, maybe go watch it. Then come back to the end of this podcast, but we're GONNA put it at the end. In case, there are spoilers to right Mike. Yeah a little bit. But that's not a movie doesn't matter if it's spoiled, it's not like some crazy indy. There's nothing you can really spoil it. Yeah, so check that out. CHECK THE MOVIE I! Also talked to Billy Dukes, coming out from taste of country on the top ten hottest artist, a twenty twenty kind of go through that bill, smart guy like him had a Montauk about that music headlines of the week. Live nation is trying to get artists to take pay cuts for concerts and festivals next year in a memo obtained by rolling stone live, nation sites, unprecedented times and quote the exponential release. Excuse me the exponential rise of certain costs as reasons for adjusting payment policies. That's interesting because they're going to have to pay a lot more. To make the make, sure things are safe and clean, yeah. Then they thought they would. Let me read more about this. Most of the new policies shift to financial burdens to the artist's. For example, the company wants to decrease the monetary guarantees promised to artists before and a bit twenty percent across the board. Live nation also says that if a concert is canceled due to poor ticket sales, it will give the artist twenty five percent of the guarantee. Well that's interesting. And I think I'll speak on this as also a performer I work with these promotion companies promoters all different ones I. think as long as books are shown. People can make wise decisions about business are doing together, and it's not that I don't trust live nation or an artist, but I would like to see if I'm someone that's has agreed to a tour or agreed to three or four shows even show I wanna see those costs, and why am I? GonNa take. Mine Down Twenty percent. The twenty five percent on the on the cancellation is great for an artist. Also, there's still get paid even if they don't sell tickets because people don't WanNa come. Twenty. They're guaranteed twenty bucks. They, probably a lower act would be guaranteed about ten to fifteen thousand. Unless it's a baby act on big tour there about five, five, thousand, seventy, five hundred. Lower. Ten to big acts are. Hundreds of thousands of dollars a night. So you're talking about. That's a nice little little. Give there. But that's interesting I never thought about the fact that it's going to cost more to put on shows. So I think as long as they show their books a little bit I don't know why artist would say no to that true. because. Everybody's GonNa lose some money here. Everybody, and no party, promoter or artist. Should benefit, and the other should suffer. You should kind of all being this together in a way. Interesting I didn't think about that some more. Maybe do a whole podcast on that that'd be the most boring podcasts ever open a book. Now the whole country is protesting. Rage against the machine is actually back on the charts. The band's self titled Debut. Album landed back on the billboard. It reached number eight on the I tunes top album charts as well. Yeah, do we have any rage I both them up? This is right in my gut from back in. High. School more so than college. I guess it was like ninth and tenth grade. I would have. Someone sent me a tape of the edge in Dallas. They'd hit record play and take an hour and the. An hour and I get a lot of rage and that. Was a big rage guy, but I didn't really know why I. Just like the sound I didn't really know. What they were protesting at the time by the time I started to know I started to get older and getting college, and they started to fall off a little bit. Do their own things. But now look back. Pretty cool. This is one of my favorites. What else do you have all right, so? We're limited in the range music. A CON has secured a six billion dollar contract to build a con city. A futuristic cryptocurrency theme city in Senegal. Along with having homes, malls and a power plant, a city all amenities. The city needs including schools in a police station pretty baller. Some people have buildings. Here's a whole city. Alex Super Futuristic. Does this ever actually happen. Though I don't know the guy who did smack that now has a city and see the king because he just. There's King Oh. Yeah, what because if he's not? He's still. The city is named after. And then if he does something really bad and his older life like commits a bad crime. That's a change the name of it because they don't want the name the city after so like you're not seeing any bill. cosby elementary schools still remaining in play. Now that he would do that, but I'm saying. You know. Commits. Fraud. Martha Stewart style. Do. You have to change the name of the city. Finally Dashboard confessional singer Chris. CARRABBA suffered severe injuries in a motorcycle accident. Luckily they weren't life threatening, and he expects to make a full recovery as watching the video of him in the hospital bed. You see it yet. Sad lookin'. Yeah, it looks pretty terrible. Motorcycles. Just never had the need to Yana on motorcycle. He's motorcycle guy though he looks cool riding motorcycle. Down Hilas here, oh! Oh, I've never seen him writing I just say like He. He's the kind of guy that will look cool. Riding motorcycles tattoos like the good face. We have those things tattoos in the face pretty good to go. But he's what happened to him. Do you know I don't know? He had a car car hit him. I don't even think that he hit anybody. I think he just fell rookie. Here's the one thing I've never acted motorcycle. Think. I've ever been on one driving me I. Never Motorcycle. Let's talk about new music before we get into this. I'm just really it's really weird about even building statues after people who are still alive. It's always a tricky thing because they do something. That's not so good they. Statue down. You want us to wait on your statue then. Yeah, okay. I personally don't, but like I wondered in my town. There's a sciences boy home. Bobby bonds if I do something bad and I go to jail. Do they rip that down I? Don't want that
Teyana Parties Despite Lockdown
"The. Lockdown is over or at least apparently, it is for a lot of famous people for example, Cardi B. and offset just hit up Tiana. Taylor's packed album release party, which by the way offered, has met suits upon arrival, but not much social distancing. Going on here one of your guys. This thoughts on this not a lot of mass happening. I think less than half of the party had masks on, but never had. Done so in the invite to the to the event. It says like we will provide mass and has met suits look I love Yana think you know the album is going to be amazing, but I do feel like this party was kind of irresponsible especially. She just announced that she's pregnant. And there were kids there. It just seems like so many people in one place. And the lockdown isn't lifted yet. It just seems a little irresponsible to me. Yeah! I also think that if you wearing the has met suit half open so that we could see your cleavage or sculpted chess is like riding a bicycle holding your helmet under your arm. It's just it does nothing. Cardiac. Odell Beckham was there were a ton of people there and I did it like people are itching to get outside. There have been some things that have been lifted, so you wanted to get out there and feel normal again and I'm I'm sure that she's so proud of this album, but I think like you know when you're newly pregnant and being around all of these people I just don't understand the logic with this lean awake. was there like every Winnie Harlow like? I'm so confused on this money. Make you a new. The album is called the album which is short for the album that gave everybody respiratory disease, so make sure. Chance congratulations on download the album, but I'm not going to parties like house parties. That's real aggressive. A great guys pay attention
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Black Trans Lives Matter
"Have you gone to? Protests? Recently if you have. What have you seen I have not gone this year for a couple of reasons covid. I personally am very uncomfortable. Going out in the midst of the crisis. I don't WanNa. Be Quite honestly black and sick and Trans in a hospital with Kobe. I? Just don't want to put myself in that position. That's not wise. It's not a wise thing to do given the hostility of our medical system to transpeople given the hostility of our medical system to black people. It's just not a good trick. And for that same reason, being black and trends, and by chance woman. I don't want to have an experience with the cars for will state. That is to say that I don't want to have. Anything to do with. The the cars roll system because of its harsh, disproportionate and unfair and dehumanizing treatment of Trans People. I think thirdly you know there's a real question that I've been wrestling with that I wrote about recently. in a much larger sense of whether or not Black Trans Women in particular should show up. In this moment, shouting black lives matter when in so many ways we understand that within the black community. Our lives are treated as if they don't matter. And as if they're undisposable. And there are so many ways in which the grief and the frustration and the sheer rage that people feel. which people feeling now around the death of George Foy which are totally fair know. I felt last year when there was a string of murders of Black Trans Women, last June and into July in particular, they started in May. and it was a really dark painful time, and I remember going to protest at that time for those women who died and were murdered and wondering where everybody else was. And, so I kind of feel that everybody else gets shop in this moment, right that there really valid reasons why, as a by transforming I am not out on the street and is very valid. There's so many other people that are showing up in this moment which I wholeheartedly support. Yeah, when and part of what you wrote about in that piece that you're referencing is This video that emerged of the Trans woman named IANNA DR being attacked convenience store by a group of black men I guess the first question is were? Where were you when you first saw the video? And what was your reaction was at home. I was at home and I. Think i. read the description of what happened. And then I saw maybe five or seven I didn't see very much of it because. It's really hard to watch what I saw shocks me, and then I learned a little bit more on just through some things on my feet that it was in Minneapolis. And that really struck me. Write that on the first day of pride. Month was the day that she was beaten. Minneapolis Saint Paul. Where those very same people are out in the streets, have been out in the streets or are supportive of people on the streets, demanding black lives matter demanding that they be seen as human beings. could engage in amassed humanization of someone else. Who is back at the time without a second thought was. Deeply, enraging to me. Deeply, fattening and terribly shocking. And when I decided that I wanted to write something about it. I went online and I actually found the entire. There's an entire twenty minute clip of the entire. Affair as it were, and there was a carnival like fear before they decided to beat her up, they actually had cornered her essentially in the convenience store, and like literally a carnival atmosphere, both inside the convenience store in the parking lot after they were done taunting her for twenty minutes and like. There was something about it and that moment where she was not treated as a human being. And that really got to me. You wrote in your piece that. Recounting xactly, what happened to Yana in the video is important. And allow discussion about how much should describe violent incidents like these where it can be triggering for people. So. I guess my question is. Why do you think it's important to really talk about what happened in detail? I think the part of the video that often gets displayed is the last part of. The beating rights of the beating actually starts in the back of the store, and then they can move in a semi circle to the front, and that front part where she's bent over and people are are on her is what's been getting played online, but the entire thing that leads up to that I think underscores the depravity of the entire event, and that depravity is really important to understand because it underscores the way in which. Black Trans. People are seen. and. We collectively as people right as humans have to reckon with that depravity. We have to see it. We have to acknowledge it, and we had to ask really hard questions of ourselves about how and why and we can't prioritize the death of black men, and at the same time ignore an even encourage the death of black. Trans Women and somehow believe that we're going to build a just society for everyone yeah. I. Mean You know we're? We're in this sort of extraordinary moment. Where more people than ever are open to the conversation about police brutality against black people and also just general inequality that exists for black people in this country What do you think the barriers are to making sure that violence against Trans Women of Color is included in that conversation. Yeah, I think the barrier is people saying human beings rather than freaks or objects of entertainment or
Moderna Presents LAUGHABLE Interim Vaccine Data. Verastem Shows Mixed Success in Solid Tumors
"So God pretty exciting show for everybody and glad be back. I know I'm doing back to back week episodes but I wanted to talk about this before. Lasko comes which is going to be next week. So we're going to touch on bare. Stem Oncology is the main company and also GonNa Touch on the major news that we heard the interim phase one data that came earlier this week because it is definitely interesting stuff so with that. I do want to thank everybody for joining me today and I wanted to give a shout out from a donor adviser ready to check out the Biotech plays I appreciate all the support that everybody's giving me there and they're actually pretty engaged. I know there's a few. Biotech focused separates out there. But I think biotech plays actually has the most amount of people who are engaged in willing to to talk about different companies so checkout biotech plays and Yana appreciate everybody who shares my videos on there so with that. Let's get right into it and the first thing I want to talk about today is modern. So what we heard on Monday. Believe rate at the bell was that they announced positive interim phase one data for its Rene Vaccine Twelve seventy three against the novel corona buyers. I know this is a big wall tax but the details are very important here so going to read a couple of paragraphs we'll break it down. But they said that immunogenetics data are currently available for the twenty five microgram and Hundred. Microgram dose level after two doses. Day Forty three and at the two hundred and fifty microgram level after one dose day. Twenty nine dose dependent increases in immunogenetics. Where seen across all three dose levels and between prime and boost within the twenty five microgram and hundred microgram dose levels all participants aged eighteen fifty five fifteen per cohort across all three doses. Ciro converted by date fifteen a single dose so just to keep everyone up to speed here across all these three dose levels are saying that between baseline and after a single dose patients went from antibody negative to antibody positive. Now we don't know what the sensitivity is of the essay or anything like that our saying is that all of these patients became positive for certain antibodies. Now they go on at day forty-three two weeks following second does at the twenty five microgram dose level levels of binding. Antibodies were at the level seen in convalescence Sarah which are blood samples taken from people who've recovered from covid nineteen tested in the same essay at day. Forty three at the hundred microgram dose level levels of binding Antibi- significantly exceeded levels seen in convalescence Sarah. So I put three stars here just to make a call out to the actual clinical trials dot Gov page which showed that the secondary objective in this trial was to evaluate the immunogenetics city as measured by Immunoglobulin g enzyme late immunised orbin assay or the long version of Liza to the spurs co two s spike protein following a two dose vaccination schedule of Amarnath twelve. Seventy three a day fifty seven. So this is what they're referring to is the levels of IGIEA that are specifically in response to the SARS cove to spike protein. Now a couple issues with this study in and of itself to the first thing that stands out is we're only given descriptive character of what's going on in these patients were not being shown actual data and you know just from the outset. That's pretty pretty sketchy. And they're also comparing the levels that they signed their study to level seen convalescent Sarah but as we know convalescent Sarah varies widely in the levels of IGGI and the timing also matters quite a lot too so they omitted all of that stuff. And it would have been great to actually see how it compares to convalesce and Sarah is the timing similar from which the code infection stopped a lot of those details just completely omitted from this. The other thing is that the nature of the elisas against the G. For the SARS COKE TO SPIKE PROTEIN. The specificity and sensitivity varies quite a bit between these different asses. And we also don't really know how cross reactive their ass a was two different serves cove spike proteins. So as we all know there's a variety of different krona viruses out there and we all might have some antibodies that could be cross reacted in these assets. And we just don't know if that happens to be the case here. The fact that they compared baseline to after the injections. Kinda suggests to me that there is some increase in antibodies. Here but it would have been nice to see more details which were completely omitted in this. And the other thing is just because you ciro converted. That doesn't necessarily mean you have protection against the coronavirus. So that's what they looked at in the second part when they talk about neutralizing antibody so to touch on that they say at this time. Neutralizing antibody data are available. Only for the first four participants in each of the twenty five microgram and Hundred Milligram Dose Level. Cohorts they go on consistent with the binding antibody. Data emanate twelve seventy three vaccination elicited neutralizing antibodies in all eight of these participants as measured by Placard Action Neutralization Assays Against Live. Sars coke to the levels of neutralizing antibodies today. Forty-three were at or above levels. Generally seen in convalescent Sarah