20 Episode results for "Yossi"
"Sweetie Pas today is Wednesday in front of title. You know what today is today is wet. Wednesdays. Right wrong in petty. So today we're GONNA discussed some topics with special guests we have here Dash. And MIATA y'all say hello. Do. Jokes. And of course, as you know, we also have here my husband go hand. We're talking about wrong in Penny Komo you know talk around each playing. All right. So we're going to be discussing some topics and we're going to say whether or not we think is wrong or we think is petty, and of course, Dash? Dash just a petty is of the mall. So he no telling what he say. All right. So the first thing that we got to talk about is the debate. Someone Asks Argus. Pam Our gas I'll start. With. MIATA version. So. Overall. Before we get into certain topics, overawe. Wouldn't think about the the debate is wrong. Is Patty already thing? Horrible. Over. I watch. Pros at the Buffalo was. Like it was horrible, it could've done better. For. Sure. So you're saying. It was wrong. Yes. Alright Dave what you think. What do you think about the whole debate? About. Donald Trump and Joe Biden. Oh God trump Joe Biden. Trump is loser. Tragedy So petty easiest I don't know I just excuses to Arshi you. Are Not to do. You got that right? y'All today is wrong in Patty. Because this boy said, he had a do. Live. Okay, everybody and I'm not cutting it. Out. Yes so In the middle of an interview like that. Okay. Like we're we're we're doing this podcast live right now. So if someone was to interview you guys and you had to use the bathroom, what you do like dash did. Just, say hold on real quick I. GotTa do. I. Take. A take a breath right anything like might. Not Cover. Enough. I got. Back. thing. Off. Open yet. Yossi Yossi Waseda Dash is penny. He's Patty. He's just the most pettiest person on. No, he don't curr. John. Alright. So all the things that I wanted to get at about the debate was y'all now. Donald Trump was talking about Joe Biden's son who was on drugs. Really I thought that I was watching the dangle money show I was like what in the world is man talk about this his son? Okay he was talking about one of them. I don't know of one I was laughing what but he was talking about one of them. That was on drugs in an Joe Biden trying to defend him and I thought that that was kind of petty I'm like day you really bring up this man sun in the middle of a debate. Ended Joe Biden was doing his very best his very best what you know what they say they say. When ignorant people when people losing the battle they referred so as a child and he stopped calling people names because they don't have anything smart to say. which is chirps so. To call. Names. You thing. So I knew each other I do the highest. Hours Obama's of northern. Sleep Joe, I think joe? Bob Trump this is off hayes. y'All had this big into the might now 'cause you know y'all. Speaking was therefore, we don't have a Mike's no actually. Actually speed until a cell phone. The civil has a Mike and Actually you're not no. No, you're wrong. That's what we're. Wrong and Patty know actually here's A. Operatives Speaker now on ninety. Bigger in your voice is transmitted through my speaker that I have you hooked up to. Be descended transmit to your speaker so you don't have my. I. Win Wrong and teddy on his his whole show. Be. Her. All. Right. So one thing that I noticed that trump was doing during the debate is when Biden was trying to speak he was talking over him but it wasn't like he was talking over hound like you know like Yellen and fussing and everything like that. When I noticed that he was talking to him like you know he was calm and it was like he wasn't raising his voice. was turning trump's mike up or what when he was. Look. Good Mike Ball because the moderator with Labor. Hills US why he was talking they turned it all. Oh. Yes. Well. They took his mike off. Okay. Well, whatever. But I just noticed that. I mean. Dash said he wasn't being petty but I think he was pretty petty. When he was talking over him. So. The next day that we are willing to discuss is Leaving reviews. What what do you think like like how how effective is it wrong in petty to? Read. A review on something that you're about to purchase ANYTHING ABOUT TO PURCHASE IS IT wrong in penny to do that like do some of the reviews. On our they. Petty are they. Wrong. I'll take pity it is let people know like. This is my period advisory USA with. War. I. Ask for me. And then people have made, they're all busy should read. Good. In like in the Middle Review the latest from I like that. I don't leave I'll woohoo. Walmart. Own. Trinkets. Wrong in petty everybody. I got nothing stations for lives. Dongbao is just got along out forty eight nothing. More but somebody else murder beaten ensure. God. detailed. Swag. Minimal. Matija can be. Highest. pockets right here. Okay they don't request more damage. Case Oh. My husband said that I was petty because I left a review at a hospital I left a review based on my experience right in everybody my expectations. Are from your mom also got emergency. Review got emerging on on on a call me in a asked me to give give a review, get take the survey and when he was not I don't you. To 'cause when I'm doing a survey reviewing it so He listened and I said well, what did you think about my reviews? He said you are pity. And I was just like how what what made it petty when I was leaving view. So did your nursing staff were good together as a team? And it said rated if it was poor excellent good fair and I said it was poor. Because they did not also who poor are you still alive? But. That was during the time when I was pregnant. No. But I mean it it they they're they're teamwork. Was It was poor. I can't I read it the doctor and I think I said the doctor was excellent or good somewhere along there. Colts. No because it was like it was like. It was like when I was there, they were trying like they put the straps on my stomach to to to do my contractions you know to see how contractions were in when and Harez and stuff like that is still outside hippies outline these. I'll know he says EP something so. You got this too tight around my side Oh we've got to get the baby's heart rate. We take down and I might hole up. Now you want me to sit here like this whole time with these things on my stunt like this and I want to do that like I'm not doing this for that so that it can be convenient for you because. You know I'm pregnant twins until they're moving around the keep coming off the monitoring you can aggregate because you keep coming in stuff and you you know you Austin in different nurses in don't know what they're doing. So I'm just like, no, you go on loose in this day, and if you have to come in here a minute later you're GONNA do that. Period. `But. Well, you know. Now trump card quarterbacks rise. And you know. About that, now hit all uniform cheese kitchen corona. Come on now national debate it's debate or growth. All. Was All. Concord by now you take it out football. But my thing. My thing about that is do you is that wrong or is that petty I? I don't know I can't I can't classify did. Bright Star urge. Okay well, this is what this on think. About it. Okay. So so like they won't let the football player I thank you told me this right. You said they won't play football the football players play if they have the coronavirus, right? Okay. So my thing is I said I said that's kind of petty because if a health care professional has corona virus, they'll let them still go to work to see patients. Pity. How can you? How can you not let a football player that has the corona virus play football, but you'll let it healthcare professional or You gotta go glaze shake hands with the I'm not gonNA have nobody my daughter's catch anything we need to play. One that's I'm saying I'm saying that they lead. Healthcare professionals work with the coronavirus. have. Mad. I still still don't see a difference who have. Basements. They have. Yeah. They have on facemask. They face masks on a practice that kind of stuff like that. But Cameron the Patriots of the Patriot chief game habitable pulse we'll play the game. Kinda light. Up Really had. All at home. will be but so I'll say, why does? Let's postpone this opponents. I think that would be the white. Ball game to. Watch. Out White Tennessee net matchup. Our wrong. y'All we're. So you saying that CAM BEING PETTY Does he wanted to play him. Right. Now, Jesus Three No. Win Pack the hall don't will. Lamar. Lamar Jackson I don't I'm not taking anything from him. Good player I despite that he was. Ages, it's nervous to go get him because he's. In. You know. But. Our model. Might, bet long bed. Okay. So that's the whole football scene. Overall is petty and somewhat wrong. Alright so fool reviews. All right. So how want to go into the full reviews being wrong in petty is? What if you have a friend or somebody, you know Fran friend of the family boyfriend significant other whoever? Anyhow business where they're baking are selling food or something like that and. You purchase their their food, their idols, whatever it is, but it doesn't. Meet your expectations like how like like Would you tell them? Would you be petty about it? Would you be wrong in in not tell them just back to business in never eat it again. Be Yeah. And it just depends on the type of person wounded if you can handle me like you're that wasn't it you know it wasn't for me I wouldn't eat. Like I tried it to support you but just more or does not the death not what I'll be there's like. A mobile business, but as far as your business owned by got. I look like eight and your product of like they are you the appropriate ages were be for me. Well, we're doing wrong pay off the wall saying, this is wrong opinion right here. This is completely penny. We are really loud when a podcast you hear my mom and a bedroom I'm teasha. You. Soon, see in I ain't drop. No opinion. A saying what I was telling Y'all y'all see what I'll say about drawing opinions no that was on back in one episode one or two or something like that. Say about her AC house just saying hi. Wrong embedding. Teach. You gotTa Cut. Newt Fall we handle cursing here. Phone. Yeah. I don't. Like just. Percy because some people. Really take you tell them. Hey, that wasn't what I like I didn't like the. Old. Like talk about you block you What the next, Patty. but. I. said all here with Cunard trousers white granted you here Schultz. You mean can't Schuler. Yeah. You. Don't. Pay. anyways. Got What here and I usually don't. Let them do my hair well, Y. Okay. Occupied Shop. When I say that this girl tried my here this girl wit inside oil things. So now on. Expand your worth of grief wrote. Him Employees do my hair if you do it again and then. All night to do it then she had to have somebody else. Do who smoke like a dirty doll. In help her well my here. My heroes who out wrong in pedagogy you I wrong impediment. She takes me like my here and I was like, no, this was horrible. Off. Info I would like is not my But I'm not. Here. I don't all walk out of here at pay to eighty dollars. Now go home if I don't like why am I While one thing that I can't say about that is you went to a school where they're learning right secondly, you pay twenty eight dollars, twenty eight dollars. So shuler knows that they're being petty right there letting students do here I know they have to get their hours in you know everything else experience doing different types of hair. But at the same time twenty, eight dollars Miata you know better, there's been at twenty eight dollars to get your hair your walk. Loops I've dropped speaker. Has. Changed. Oh, I, WANNA to pay nothing I'm sorry I would have walked on out. And guess what I would have been fine because I'm like, I'm not paying you for you. I'm not paying you have the money because you messed up my hair knows, right Up, like a poverty much blaze, it was wrong it bay. Say you'd like. Role in petty. Yeah like I would've walked out I just let her know like. Your. Thank you. Need to go back is fouled out war black people here. If you wanted to to work like I. Don't like my a all. I don't like my hair you oh K.. tape it up. Okay well. I don't Stan how we how we got to Kenneth Shuler we talk about food as you said about for view in. Food. Out Stuff yes. No food. One side, and if you mess up I will never go back to your savagely. Now. My husband knows high about food. So, what would you say about my reviews on food in? How would I act in in a restaurant we were eating in the food did not come out right other accused by. How you are food is like when we go to a restaurant. You know. How some people order wrong thing. They really know like young Go-to Berkane get tacos. You know what I'm saying. You. Know Cheeseburger Pizza Hut. Pant. I'm trying to tell you. So of course, you know it might not be good because that's not what they serve. That's not what he did. TIME WHEN I In paying money and I tell you. I want to say it all it takes a listening ear. And I'm like Hey. Or? You should be mindful you. You say your next word because that will put beat however the back like a five day. Hey, you know I S. Or F for. E mails one it is you go take back into the kitchen you just take tomato off. Now, you may not like. Ice meals, but you can't do that best prostitutes You brought it back out. You're not thinking like mania verse in then I go is shop because you. Maybe. You don't like people here. In. Her. Patty. Man. This see we don't serve as. No he he hollow hollow he he is. That's not right. He's being pity because every Tom I'd go out and we go out to eat out on me a state and I say I want my state well done I don't WanNa see pink. I. Don't WanNa see blood I, don't WanNa see any of that. I if that's the case I might as well go bite into a cow. Exactly Now your. Say Dun Dun Novella. I just can't I just can't get Gygi with their I can't get Jig with the blood you to win in his off Chewy Nah I won't be able to cut my steak with my spoon. Ready One, a repect here's all his stake AAC where his neck to raw bet is discussing. Will Push. Well. Well. Okay Okay so You've done like just he's like the light rare it you get cut it with school they're really. Okay guys. We're going to move onto the next thing here. Next day we have here is close we got close. You know how people making shirts now everybody's making sure everybody's making mad. Okay. So how would you? How would you rate overall wrong in Patty, if you get a shirt in. The. The elect like they run out of ink or you get a mask. In. The Mask is too small for your face. The mind. Lift Alert I our say. Hey got money. You got me. This could be a shirt. I will one time we serve. But no I'm asking how how is it going to be wrong? How how would it be wrong would be petty. It would be wrong on their part for them to sell you a shirt with the letters appeal. Right yeah be Teddy. You. Promote, your business you're saying you're better than this person in you've got you to my. User Walmart. All they still they still in the shirty Selma, sheriff a fifteen dollars Walmart and pay one dollars for the shirt. WHOA. But. But then, but then you'll get disturbed in the letters coming off in in the picture on it has all faded this stuff. Jordan. Pani okay. So he said is supposed to be it again. because. My own. I saw next day next day we going into going into next time we're going into. More speaking American. Ashley are fraternal twins. Both ways they look like identical twins, fraternal twins than. Fraternal. I thought I did. Either on. The weight of your term? Side side Carpool Julio, things go play the next but panther. Wesley Snipes. Original. Black Panther. To keep to walk on. What about came from the Minute Society Now. I don't take anybody to. The. Nick. More wins. Koi. No he can't you what about you I don't know his name. But what about Michael Yeah Michael Cavern Office. My Jim Carey Oh my goodness Jim Carey. Display. The plate in. Santa Claus. The perfect person, art Don't think anybody's year. I think. What about? What? About, this sale. You too good. Luck. saw. Samuel Jackson Jackson. Know We. Didn't. No, they may. I question I got a question. How are they going to determine who plays Black Panther is black. Panther someone who has to be black or Black Panther someone who has to be white. You. Drink. Why they will have a whole still pissed off people. Being, we ain't going to lunch to that, but that would be petty. Then we'll be penny we ain't got wing to launch. We're not GONNA, go to lunch and there. Was Very. Dear uncle. As. You even. Yes. I. Don't think they should. It should replay. Out that, you should replace cattleman the allegation place after because he even in the adventures, it was Ilya venerable was still the same person eventually, I'll really be gone. Alley nobody can play our. Robert Downey Junior. Hurt Mafia. He said you know he left because you bid. If he wants to do more stuff he he didn't want his fans to only known. That's why. Was the news name staying with me grassroots, Siwa? Yes. Will that why heated new no more transformers movie because he said he didn't WanNa be people only low him at that He what about Indian guy that played on on that movie I like I think his name was young blood something young blood is an Indian guy his actor he played in a movie at at politic. No. Some money. Yeah. That's what is. It was fine. We'll. MADE HIM ON The. Phone. All like. Okay. I got the next thing next thing here. Okay. Dating case. So we're going into dating wrong petty. Okay. So let's say that you're dating. A man, a woman. You know 'cause you know we got dash here and. They feet crusty. Is it wrong? Is it wrong? Penny to say something is wrong opinion on their part for having their feet crusty birthday leaves. An. Hour. Of. You WanNa go you're. Not, as Petty Your Heat. Soup night. He's an audience white. Is. So. So so so is it is it is it penny to soften about when people say for when talking when they WANNA say four. Because I noticed that MIATA was saying for a lot. Year like when you when you talking to your news in the world for you say firms. I was I was doing this for that girl I was doing his firm. You already say it like for. You saying it. Would be. knows. Would it or I'll? Okay but everybody who here who listening to this show when we go back and we when you listen to it again. Okay guys we'll leave it at that. I'm hearing about. Okay well. So Let's say that Let's say that one's not WANNA go there. You go into the next topic you go onto you this wimmer. Is it wrong? A petty is wrong petty that you know. Group guys like me and Dash, we had the career. We pre-game ready to go to clubs when homeboys come in he hey. y'All pay my way into the CLO-. New Jay's owner just came up. They just came out like like five hours ago and I. You pay your way to. We, all drinking. Listen you come in here with? A. Petty. Out. There I wanted. Jay I'll say, mom. I would say you learn to Jay which. Your way. Sorry. I got. A We got right Oh. Oh. No okay. This this this is this is how I would handle that situation. Right? I'd be like. I I'll pay I'll pay your way pay your way. But by paying your way, you gotta give it on Jay's I got some air for his in a truck. You can put on going here but I'm Anita Jay's to pay your way. Wait. Doug as giving Jay's. Ejected today if you join us every day. Today. So. Yes. I woke up the my Jordan's now. You armory. Is Wrong pay to pay bills. Wrong a bit wrong. Appear to pay bills. If you've got you WANNA white, you're saying watch. The by paying meal. So. Do you think that the people you paying the money to do you think that is wrong or petty for them to collect that money that you hard for? Buddy. Let me tell you. I I have ride law May. May. Place. Like I didn't know. That it's a delight Colson days before. But I'm white okay whatever but bill athlete. That is paying his our face to Saturday's. While his Could. Day. What s wrong and petty, and as you can hear, the twins are being wrong in pity right now by interrupting the podcast. So Today. Away. Okay Yeah we we get ready in getting ready to end the show. So. All Ya I cut her off and she was saying something about Cam Newton. would. Our Game I'm saying that it was it's time to show the twins of being wrong in pity we're not be ruled. You're being petty is so it's it's for us in wet Wednesday wrong in petty Wednesday on a hope everyone enjoy. Today. In the show out in one listeners, this show was dedicated who is Cortez Bryant Recipe's Kaz love you. All right. So we so remember Sweetie. Let me. Tell you. You are sweet everyone listening to this morning good morning. Hope you have beautiful day if you're listening to this in the. Lunch Hour I hope that you're having a good day and if you're listening to this at night. Deny Sweetie Pie.
How to Store Canna Bulbs for the Winter
"Hi, this is Mark news from plant talk radio. Thanks for subscribing and listening to our podcast your gardening questions from plan talk radio. If you have a gardening question you'd like our host Fred Howard to answer send him an Email, the with recipes Fred at plant talk radio dot com now for today's question at Fred you wanted to touch again on the pats question about the Canas, oh, she was asking about storage also with kind of covered it. But I just wanted to mention that where I Mike Yossi has never caused me to put a thermometer in their I doubt that Mike crawlspace ever gets below fifty fifty five certainly not not below forty five and just above freezing. And I I would say that the ideal would be to keep them from from forty to fifty five degrees. So they stay dormant. And and then there's no chance of freeze and so on and then even to the extent, I know a few people who have had Canas that they forget to dig or there's been a bulb or two they cut off. And it'll it'll stay over wintered in one of Ohio's more, gentlemen. Cold cold winter. Hey, thanks again. For listening to our podcast. Be sure. To subscribe to our other podcasts as well. The plan to the week podcast and the plan talk radio podcast all on I tunes or your favorite podcast player. If you'd like to sponsor a daily podcast, contact us at Fred at plant, talk radio dot com to find out more about Fred Howard and plant talk radio. Visit our website plant talk radio dot com. Circle to seventy media dot com.
Male Bats Up Mating Odds With Mouth Morsels
"This is science Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Karen Hopkin sharing a meal is a standard first step in the mating rituals of many mammals, but Egypt fruit, bats take splitting an entree to a whole other level because males that allow females to take the food, right? Out of their mouths are repaid with reproductive rights and are more likely to sire offspring with their favorite female fruit finagler 's, that's according to a study in the journal current biology, a couple years back researchers noticed that in fruit bat colonies, some bats forage for food while. Other simply snatch it from the forager's mel's. Offices for expanding this Yossi avail of Tel Aviv university has studied these bets for years. Maybe the scroungers were relatives he says, or maybe they're just socially dominant bullies. We observe the mostly scroungers are females. Got the researchers thinking about something of great importance to most animals, reproduction specifically wondering whether. Might than mate with them males that provide them with food. This was. Sex food. I officers that we just you've Ellen his colleagues monitored, the interactions among bats in their colony for more than a year. And the check the paternity of the baby bets that were born what they found is that females were more likely to make babies with those males that provided free meals. But you've Bill says that the process is not strictly transactional. Sometimes they took a lot of footfalls civic individual of made with him. What's important is, is what we think is, is the bonds between the dome. So you this individual is the main provider of the female than the ability that they made. That means that offering free lunches, no guarantee for an Emmers male. But it does up his odds. And unlike human males that boys clearly learned that it's in their romantic interest to chew with their mouths open. Thanks for listening for scientific Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Karen Hopkin.
(Episode 162) "The Devil Next Door" Director: Daniel Sivan.
"They signed him Jagna family. He was living American dream. He was a good American citizen up until the government came along instead. Charges were filed today against John. Demjanjuk the sixty-six-year-old Ukrainian native is accused of being a Nazi death. Camp Guard named named Ivan. The terrible crimes he was accused of were horrid is rated government is seeking his extradition as a war criminal. And that's the drama begins. Eight thirty said he said said. You'RE TRISTA AH once. The survivors began to testify. It became a national obsession. It was a zoo. There were news crews are halfway down. The street is wave. They've couldn't believe what was going on. We were looking at the fact that mean ever seen him again. They're going to have put them to death in Israel Justice Department presented evidence right from the KGB. I wouldn't destroy the show. There was some Broughton going on father's very kind person a very gentle person. Are you sure you're not making a mistake. Everybody in the courtroom when the Mianyang on your could have been a monster or victim of density and my deepest fear is that I think anybody. My next guest is a director and an editor known for the Oslo Diary Censor voices and the very recent the devil next door his name is Daniel Elsa von Daniel. Thank you so much coming on the podcast today. Thanks for having me so I have so many questions for you but for your sanity I really narrowed it down but my goodness yes Before we get to the devil next door I do want to talk about your life. Year before documentaries What was your background and experience? Because I thought I read somewhere where you don't don't have the traditional film. School background is amazing. As your work is. I don't think that's necessary. But what is your background coming into documentaries. What actually like you know? I just learned like you know film in High School And it was pretty obvious like you know never find a job in that section section And Somehow got into political activism and through political activism started making Docs About political issues and slowly began. You know being more interesting than politics itself just the cinema of it. So Oh I find myself becoming a terrible human being but just like pudding activism aside yeah And just documenting the miseries. Yeah but it's it's it's even though it's tough sometimes the storytelling part. You're not being patronizing. You're very very gifted at and that's something no film school anywhere could teach somebody and that not many people can do well so I believe that part of it. In my opinion Daniel is integrated into you. I feel like if you have that that that gift. Yeah well I mean. Film score the problematic in my eyes. I mean you know FEM has been around for one hundred ideas And is not allowed to teach. Because you know the language keeps changing. And it's kind of patronizing to say You know it's been around for one hundred years so let me teach you all about it. I mean I would suggest people just go and learn history or go and learn literature because it's basically it's about storytelling and cinema is just like you know the technical advance that keep changing the time. Is there a part that you found around difficult before you got into documentaries. There's something not the storytelling you was there. Anything that you struggled with on the the filming and is there something that you had to kind of learn along the way. That initially wasn't easy for you to grasp I learned a long way that I am the worst Scripted corrector ever. I I pride myself. Aw making the most outrageously bad feature Israel has ever known and happily. It wasn't a very young age. So you know that was a good wakeup cup. Call telling me you should really stick to documentaries. Now you're out. Yeah you're very good at it. Yeah I'm sorry I cut you off. hypothesize no no. I mean I I had to learn like you know it was a painful lesson just to say like you know good with actors like really you know just give it up. Yeah and I mean what. I really love about documentaries is a you know. Most of the documentaries I made a was involved in Just so ridiculously weird that you know it will. It will never work as a scripted I mean the devil is like the classic example of something that you know if it would reduce crypt about it. I would say like this is just like you know not take. This doesn't really happen in real life right so I mean the beauty documentaries can be really wild and the second thing is as you know. Documentary characters are just amazing actors. I mean the the so much better than any kind of also you know actor you know seeing like your shift in in the devil next door. It's just you know eat who couldn't compete with him and we're GONNA get to too. I have lots of questions about him. I I feel like and I was GonNa ask you this little. Yeah I mean. There's there's a lot there's a lot to so and you find that because I know a lot of your work there are there. co-directors is that by circumstance or by chance or is that the way you want things set up because I know if I'm wrong please correct me. I know the Oslo diaries had you had a CO director. And certainly with the devil store you had a CO director is it is that on purpose purpose is something you each of you. How does that work so First of all I can the Oslo. Diaries was directing it with my wife. Life partner creative partner more Lucci And insensitive voices she was directing. I was cutting and now wins devil next door. It was the Aussie bloke directing and producing alongside me and for me. It's really always such a collaborative process. I mean you you can't really do cinema loan Unlike painting which is just you and the canvas here like you know you need all these great eight people to constantly give important their insights and you know also everybody has his you know Some kind of a region of expertise You know I really like the storytelling aspect but like you know. I can't bother with the deep research. It's really you know. It drives me crazy so it was great like with this recent project Yossi was just obsessed about the trial for years and like every time we needed a piece of inflammation you'll see just like grabbed it in the second because he. He was like an encyclopedia for the whole case. So I like it when I work with people that have really an in-depth insight and then I can you know focus more about okay. How do we tell this story When you work with say your your wife on the project you know? The diaries diaries which was phenomenal. Do you find that is non. Stop talking about the project or do you guys find a way to just stop talking about the project and do something away from the project. Take your minds off is there. Is there a time where you stop and just say you know what enough for now. Let's do something fun. Something away from the project and So I mean it's just you know such a happy and blissful creative process. No I'm kidding. It's it's it's a living hell. It's it's absolutely terrible and you know we we go to work. We really you know we try to kill each other in the editing room and then we go back home we have two kids happily. We don't argue about the kids but demanded they go to sleep. You know we keep arguing and it goes into the night and into the next morning and then I know right about the end of the Of the project like we're going to get a divorce. We say we will never ever do it again. And then comes the next project and we say okay like I have something new like. Let's do it so I really. I don't recommend to anybody working with his partner. It's just it's terrible. All sides and you mentioned is renamed pronounced Yasser. Am I saying that right so so in projects projects you insert we all see was was lovely because your say I am not married to him and I and you know we. We've had this separation like you know. When work was over you know each went to his own home and like that was wonderful? I that's that's that's really you know. Find a partner that you don't live with yes I get it with you and with you'll see I feel like the work. Work is very personal rate. I mean it should be personal to humanity but that aside for each of you. It's very personal for. You'll see I know it's having second-generation Holocaust survivor ever. There's other things involved when when it's that personal it becomes really passionate in a in a project like that you find yourself because many of your projects do involve Israel. Because it's something obviously you're passionate about until you are. Do you find that it's easier to do a project like that especially with somebody like Yossi who was very a pleasure to work with somebody very the Dedicated to his work. Do you find that. That's the case I mean you know it's it's a problem coming from Israel like you know we we keep doing all these political dogs and you know I each time like a project ends we say like Oh you know next time you know. We're we're going to do do a project about butterflies or Karamovic so just anything that is not like utterly depressing And you know we find ourselves each time dragged into something even more painful and you know I wish we would live in a reality in which like thank you know docks couldn't survive because it was also boring but sadly you know there's so much wrongdoings going around. It's really hard to to just look away so you know I love chef stable and I really I hope like one day he can find it in myself. Jeff today record something happier but right now. It's just you know these these topics you know part of our burning reality really hard to just set aside. No that's that's well said and and I think you said this before and I totally agree with it. You want your doc when People Watch your work you want them to have the feeling that they were punched in the gut and did you say first of all did you say that and second. I completely agree with you if you did. Yeah Yeah I mean definitely foamy always like you know When I was in high school we would see a documentary and these documentaries ninety ninety percent of the time where like this historic docks at like? Everybody was falling asleep in front of the television and ends with very educational and very very informative. And I means that's really missing out on the whole essence of documentaries. I mean you know if you want to get some information formation near should really read an essay or read a book and books can really give you the indepth information but like they. Don't it really you know. Have this gut reaction of you know reading an essay about the Holocaust won't make you cry. It won't make. CQ You know shed a tear It would just give you the information and the power of these documentaries is really. We can creatives gut reactions. It is above words. It's not about Oh it was so interesting watching the MIA new trial. It's something that is more since at some things that you and I think that's the goal of of any documentary. I deal with just you know really trying to convey a some kind of emotion and that emotion makes you read a book like you know. That's that achieved the goat. Nah again well said Yeah and I. I'm nobody's falling asleep in your work. I promise you that and you know the movie that I wanted to document wanted for those of you listening that we're talking about today's the devil next door. A true crime trite alright mystery five hours five parts. It's currently on net flicks Boy I gotTa Tell Ya Donald Punched in the gut with this Daniel. I almost feel like it. Hit hit me over the head as well. Yeah it's it's a crazy story. I mean it's a crazy story because it's really so extreme. I mean if you look at it it's again. I mean for the viewers and listeners. Who Haven't heard about this show? It's about this guy guy from Cleveland in the eighties. His sixty five a retired auto worker from the Ford Plant and one day to agents from the I always say office of Special Investigations. Knock on his door and tell him you are accused of being Ivan the terrible of Treblinka now Ivan into terrible is not a nutsy. He's like the boogeyman over the Holocaust. This is a man that just sadistically tortured orchard and killed a million people which is a number that you can't even process like what what does it even mean a million people and he's charged of being the most evil human in history and unlike other Nazis. He didn't say alway was just just following orders. There was just a coggins machine. He says I know that there was a holocaust. I don't deny I have pain and for you I have emphysema but it's just not me. I'm the wrong man and he didn't admit of doing anything wrong for him. It was just. Do you know a total mistrial of scapegoat And then you have to ask the question like is he's the worst creature in history or is it just an innocent victim so that in itself is pretty daunting to add to you perfectly described the premise. Two two he was tried over a period of forty years. There is a little bit I want to touch on with his death later on. But how much did this case. Daniel impact impact Israeli society culture in history. It sounds like a stupid question to you. I think because it's I think the answer is clear but for those listening that may have not yet watch this or or aren't familiar with. How much did it impact those things and it actually didn't I mean when you think of it I'm for Israel they have the very we have is very heroic trial of we tried him? We found him guilty and we executed him ease. Only person ever to be executed in Israel and ever since as well and that's that's how we look at Holocaust. Trials Demjanjuk was considered this very strange trial almost a mistake. Almost something shameful that happened in history and it was pretty much you know swept under the rug y'all C.. which is older than me more mature? He he would come back from school and back then and we had only one television channel which is pretty not say mean just think of the eighties. You wouldn't have Channel One two and three. Oh you had just TV on TV. So it got one hundred percent ratings and like the whole country was is just watching. This trial broadcast live four five hours a day for holier an years he would come back from school and just watch this trial. I was born late. I was born in one thousand nine hundred eighty three so I mean I was very young back down at the trial and I never heard heard of it like you know I. We went thought about it in school. You know a new it happened. They didn't know what the outcome was. And I think like Israeli society he did all it could in order just not to think about it because it was such a painful trial for everybody and only impacted. His trial. Did Give our society is focusing on the collaborate. Because John Demjanjuk was was not a German Nazi. He was a Ukrainian prisoners of war that was taken prisoner advisor. Nazis and his collaboration aberration during the Holocaust and collaboration of all these different people beat Ukrainian Polish. And from this Rainier India and other countries. That was the first time that the collaborators woke was discussed like until now we knew only about you. I know people like I was proud German. So that was New York and and again you know it was definitely a powerful in a very a painful trial to watch a lot of those people. You could just see it on their faces. It was just very very painful. And you went over Damani X.. Background born Ukraine drafted drafted in the Soviet Army Nazis captured. I have to tell you Daniel this guy is a chameleon. I feel like no matter where he goes. He's able to blend in fit in and talk his way through anything. I mean it's also it's pretty amazing. I mean saying his life because this is a man that survived. I hangar that survived. Famine am ends any was recruited into this war. That I'm not sure even wanted to fight. And and during the war he was injured. And you know his back was like Fill with shrapnel after bomb exploded. Oh did next to him and you know. He was for a few months in hospital and he went back to fight until he was captured by the Nazis. And you know what happened. Next is a matter of dispute but he was really a survivor and it's almost perverse to say a survivor about this man You know considering the Holocaust survivors but this is a man that did not just you know Rela- down and accept his fate. He was a fighter. He's he was definitely a fighter but he's also somebody that I found like a so for me when I'm watching this wonderful documentary. Historically as it's going through that each episode I found myself in a lot of I went back and fourth. I felt sorry for his family. My heart went out to the Holocaust victims. Like I'm all over the place with emotions and then as it kind of plays out you see him say shall alone when he's talking to somebody who's Jewish getting off the plane and asking the guard to kiss the ground. She wanted to shake the holocaust of victim his his hand hand. In the courtroom I find him kind of noxious as well. I don't sometimes. I don't think he's the smartest thinks he is. The does that make any sense. Yeah I mean you know. He's he's a fascinating character. We actually had to tone down some of the events just like you know to have you kind of you know. Follow it because because like one example is like he is taken to Israel like you know the plane leads in. Israel is taking right away to an interrogation and and interrogation this interrogator amateurish interrogator named Aleksey. Shalom starts asking him questions and to me I knew dozen wonder answer Santa Questions because for him you know he was already charged so they cannot interrogate him which is not correct. But like you know that's what he felt and and you know he got annoyed with interrogator so he sprang out and choked him almost to death. It took like four as gods to take came off the guy's throat and in the end like you know he succeeded in punching Damiano Damiani go but like the interrogator was blue at that stage. I mean this is a guy like you. You know the first thing that you do. When you are taken to Israel and interrogated for war crimes is not a choke doc to desio interior? Now your move yes so he. He was a complex character. Now is the story you just described and I'm sorry if you said this I I missed it. was that caught on tape or was that just from from what from what they know from documents we interviewed the Gods at Sadly he he passed away and they don't have it on tape But we have called documents proving it but you know we just didn't want the audience to say. Oh Wow this guy is guilty one hundred percent. We needed some shred anything just to follow the line so I do want to ask one question. I'm going to tell people listening just deposit now. If you don't want to hear a huge spoiler. Okay so give them three seconds one two three so I have to say one thing going on. I'm dying to say this to you. My I was convinced one hundred percent that he is he is without question. I've and the terrible. When I saw the federal surveillance of him and his wife and family he was up and around and laughing? This is later on. You know smiling and laughing. And I'm going to say. And then when he got to court in Germany authorities authorities arrested him. Tried him he shows up into court looking like he's dead. He's on the stretcher. His eyes are closed to me. That wrapped it up for me for to me. It was like this is just too much this guy. He's just too crafty. I believe he is Ivan the terrible without question for me. That was the scene. That did it when the federal authorities had had him on tape. Walking incident is ninety eight. I think walking around doing his thing and I said this is this guy is just he is just walking lie. You know I mean you know each time we if people ask me like you know so do you think he did it and and I ask what do you guys think and then like you know. But but but what's your opinion and I'm like no way I really want to know. Yeah because for me you know this case was haunting me in your seat for the past four years and I still don't have an answer sadly I mean each time like I mean once a day sometimes five times a day I would like jump into your seats room royalty would jump into my room while cutting and I would say like I have some proof I have like this golden proof at golden evidence that shows shows why he's guilty and the also would spring back and say like yeah but like you know. You can't dispute that because we have this act and like we kept driving living in as a just insane about like. Did he do it. And we're still waiting for someone to give us an answer you know. There's there's so many possibilities here and like one of the saddest possibilities is at you know. Maybe he wasn't Ivan Terrible. Maybe he was just to. You know opportunistic collaborator. Didn't kill sadistically. A million people. He killed thirty thousand people now when you think of like. Oj you think of somebody that killed two people this man. In the best case scenario WPRO killed thirty thousand which is a lot now. It might be And I'm sorry for driving you nuts but like it might be that he wasn't ironed a terrible and he knew that and then he gets this crazy trial around and he's convinced. Convinced that well guys like you got the wrong man like yeah of course. It's me owns a D. N. A. lying through my teeth like of course it was interest Niki and in Sobe so before but like I'm not that specific monster and maybe he didn't meet. These Holocaust survivors may be. It's feel like this is all one a big massive joke and maybe he felt like you know if it was sent to. Russia would be executed in an hour and if it was if it was extradited traditonist to France. They would kill him in a day like they did Klaus Barbie and he's just going through the is saying like well like you know I'm going to be hanged and like you know it's just not that guy and You know the most painful thing about it is this is a guy that did never say you know. I am not Ivan the terrible but I regret my actions during the Holocaust or did something wrong or even provide any he kind of alibi saying you know what I was here I was there but this guy had nothing. Yeah that's well said. Did I have to say as you were saying it. I wrote it down beforehand. You're right minimally. He's participated in thirty thousand deaths in the worst case he's Ivan the Terrible. I mean it either way. It's just he. He's he's guilty beyond belief. I I don't know I. I felt that should have been enough for the courts to say. You know what whether whether he's Ivan the terrible that doesn't really matter at this point but the fact that he participated or is it contributed death of thirty thousand people. That's enough to say you know what this man does not deserve to live into his nineties. That's the way I see it. Maybe that's a little harsh. Yeah and like you know and on the other hand and I have serious problems You know believing these written testimonies by dead Nazis over Aziz Holocaust survivors. That really live to tell this story and pointed to him and said this is a man so yup. It's it's problematic. I mean you know my my gut reaction is you know I. I need to believe the survivors because this man did not have any credible alibi on as explanation. Ali Said until he died was I was never anywhere he'd never wave admitted. Being in Vivo. INTRAV Nikki or having you know his face on the card even though it's clear that it's him and so really I mean you know that's that that's problematic. I'll tell you this to Daniel in one of the things you know. It was tough off to see the survivors. You know talking to him and just you could see what the years have done to them you know. In one of the one of the tougher scenes to watch is one of the survivors who has a issue with his memory. which is you know? It doesn't change the fact that ten survivors are saying the same thing it's not like he's the only witness but that was the very difficult scene to watch from. The trials is to watch all of them go through their experience especially the one man who had lost his memory. Rian City took a train from Florida to but you know ten survivors saying same thing should have been enough. I thought yeah it's It it's really really a you know saddening I mean I I. I am really great for that. I am not a judge because you know was a doubt yes definitely there was doubt. Was it reasonable. Doubt I don't know. Can I ask you listen. Hopefully if all of this right why Russia got the whole ball rolling by giving the identification of Dominica key. Think that's who started this whole process right. And yeah the Russians. Basically sent over a list in order to humiliates a you the West saying Nazis that you're harboring going around there and for the Russians realism. Motivation was saying you know is is your communists. All your Nazis like you know all of these Ukrainians at the anti rations. Just like you know dislike Samir them all all saying like you know. They're all knotted but they did provide a very credible list of yes not is living in the US. So that's how it started One of the things that you did both of you did you. And you'll see did that. Were there was incredible that not many people talk about and I hope I have this writer embarrassing. It is that you saved a lot of the trial tapes right because they're in pretty poor shape where you discovered them is that a is that correct Daniel. There were an awful shape. I I mean here comes the role of the U Matic tapes. You Matic is the worst full Matt Ovidio ever invented and it's a three quarter inch video that just You know for the pod during the years and it's just starts creating things is kind of weird green fungus and all of these audiotapes stuck together and became like one big blog of magnetic the Google so it order to sorry so in order to rescue them Really have to take each tape and to bake it in a special oven for like three days and slowly slowly. The tape starts like you know ah the tape starts falling apart and not you know unsticking And then you can dig it. It is it and as you see like in documentaries. They're like in awful conditions. Now I mean the crazy thing is like if we would do this documentary in ten years or so so probably you know we won't have any FRIE- footage and I mean I know you're not the type PAT yourself on the back but the two of you guys essentially essentially saved history in it and that was a huge. I mean it's an important part of history that people see this and and see the pain and see this trial that alone and I think the documentaries phenomenal but that alone is an achievement in itself. Wouldn't you agree Daniel. Yeah I mean you know one of the biggest I mean really I mean. As the biggest assets Israel has is its archives and we just keep them in an appalling state and it's terrible because when you think about it one million people were murdered Intra Blanca and the the only people to survive the wall. These seventy people that like you know fought physically fought and you know had this mutiny and rebellion in Treblinka and they escaped and zero. Seventy people lived to tell what happened and the Nazis told them you know you can say whatever you want but nobody would ever believe and and you know their testimonies only on this falling apart videotapes. Videotape said like that so important to preserve it just because then no other evidence of Treblinka all of the documents and all of the photos. Well burnt so I mean that's what we have in order to tell the story of a million dead and I was going to ask you this last year when Alaska now word is is is the same as you'd is. He not have a view of whether John was Ivan. A terrible does he have of you. What does he feel exactly? Like me has a very clear view that changes once an hour. it's It's difficult like you know we're we're still waiting waiting for somebody to see the show and say like you know all I have proved. Yeah let me ask you. What a few people in the documentary that I found fascinating What what was your take on? Mark O'Connor was he in over his head. I don't know I mean first of all like you know I I really really do. Believe he was a good guy He really tried the best. He could You know the you know to to save save. Amanda was sure is being set up by the Russians. His personal motivation was a good motivation. Any did a good job and as to his lawyer scales M I will leave it to the people in the documentary to comment about that but they way more critical than the next person. I'm going to ask you about. I feel like you could make a documentary on him. Alone is chef. Tell is he a showman and these are other things that people said not me. A showman is yet trader. Does he care about the law is is he crazy is the all of the above. What is your take on? Shift tell because I found him for better or worse absolutely fascinating shift. There is all of the above but crazy He's very calculated and not crazy at all He's just fascinating because you I know he really pushes. You know bad taste to the limit I mean this is a guy that started out as a very young lawyer representing presenting May Land Skis. Jewish mobster Then he took up the new case and then he kept taking cases at even even more controversial and now he has like the number one radio show in Israel as in obnoxious noxious Radio Stock and and he holds like the most You know radical big you get to the views you can imagine So he is complex so on the one hand you know. I have absolutely zero emphysema for his political views. He's pretty obnoxious character. And on the other hand like this guy has got like he really stood against not only is legal system in Israel but he stood dude against Israel late. You know he takes pride in saying that he was the most hated man in Israel and you know now he's a star and and it's it's it's complex. I mean you know it. It takes a lot of courage to stand against. Look uh-huh celery. It takes a lot of courage to stand against You know a whole country saying like you know I believe in this man I believe. He's you know He. He deserves the best legal representation. He can get no matter Awat and you know standing against Holocaust survivors that you know you cannot dispute. And on the other hand he's a creep yes and he's a creep. WHO's very bright and he? He wears this huge. Those of you listening. He wears this huge star of David while getting into his German car. It's just he's a very you know if he was just there for the defense you know everyone's entitled to a defense. I think one of the prosecutors said that really good guy I forget his name off the top of my head but it's the enthusiast the weird enthusiasm Daniel that he showed while defending demoniac. It was just. It was very odd for me to watch somebody with his background. kind of I don't want to this is over. The top perhaps give the middle finger to the Israeli people. Wild defending this horrible. I think person I don't know it's the way he approached it with his. The enthusiasm was just like a cut me off guard a little a little bit. That was part of the punch in the stomach. I think yeah and like you know. It's even more troubling when you think of the fact that like desisto assist. His mother was murdered. Intra Blink and so a few dozens of his family Intra Blinka. So you know probably Ivan terrible bid the MIA newco beat somebody else's killed his his mother's sister And that man is representing somebody that you know. He's not an idiot. He knew that it Damian. You did something wrong in the Holocaust I don't I don't believe that Schefter was sure that you know the manual. was you know just a good guy just you know stumbling into the second world and but on the other hand you know Schefter. He's like the most important part of this trial because if the manual record have really crappy lawyer that would and defend him with passions. It wouldn't defend him with Vega You know you would say okay. It was a show retrial. You know you had a lawyer not really doing his job. So you know the outcome was pretty clear And the fact that shifted foot so hard make make it a really legal trial. Norte show try are there. You mentioned that. I think I read this. that he has his own radio. Show do people still harbor ill-will toward what he did. I mean obviously not. Because he's got great ratings. He's the number one you know radio show but are there people out there here that still I mean you're looking at a man who had acid thrown in his face. I'm surprised somebody didn't kill him. I was stunned. I thought for sure he was going to end up dead on the other side but that copy off guard but do do people still have a lot of ill will towards him. Daniel am not at all not at all. I mean You know now that the show is out. I'm I'm sure it causes some reactions for many people but I mean until now people regarded it as like you know Schefter got The wrong man out of trouble and like you know the MIA nuke wasn't Ivan's a terrible and shift and save today I think this show might light. Make some people reconsider. That is there a part of the documentary. That hit I mean with with the exception of the obvious. Is there a part of the documentary that hits home with you that even you find difficult watching when you you obviously editing it or watching it. Is there a part that really sticks with you I. I couldn't cut the testimonies of survivors. I mean it's like I cut them with puts him in the episode Zo. And like you know we had like a million and one screenings in now until we finalized the offline and you you know in each and every one of them you know I had to walk out I mean for me. It's just it's too painful. I could. You know I could cope with a Very very painful graphic element of the show but just listening to the survivors. That was too much for me. I mean is that really struggled and I have to say no matter. How many historical videos I see whether it's actual footage primary source footage or a documentary or movie it's the site of the concentration camp the shoes and it just? It's so difficult to watch. It's almost like it's almost like you're watching something that it's so hard to process because we try to think about it. The emotions are just leveling. It's just I don't know that's that's the way I feel as that kind of the way a lot of people feel so. You think you're watching this. Yeah I mean you know it's a it was also like a matter of concern for us like you know when we started did doing the show which was very clear for us that we don't want any holocaust footage in the show like we wanted to be more like mind hunter where You hear the voices and you have to imagine But like walking on it we started to understand that people in the US. And you know in Europe Many young people have just like zero understanding of what was going on in the Holocaust. And you know when you. Here's his these stories and these testimonies you know you need to understand that like you know. The Holocaust didn't look like Schindler's in does list. You know the Holocaust was as gory. And as you know just you know in in lack of a nozzle were just like as as horrifying as you can imagine so. We decided really like you know if we are going into portray what people are talking about. Wednesday say Ivan the Terrible and we need to let people really you know. See what happened. Yeah I think horrifying is the perfect. Were to describe it and I'll tell you it was quote I found a little bit horrifying was The grandson Ed Nick Junior when he said I I don't know if you remember this reset you know if you're in the situation. My grandfather was in life or death. I mean what are you GonNa pick whatever he did whenever he whatever he was is insignificant difficult to me. I cannot believe he said when I read that and so I just can't believe that. Yeah I mean you know for me. I'm trying trying not to judge You know family members that need to justify something for themselves. I mean I. I can't imagine Agean what it is to be the grandson of somebody's. It's being accused of being this monster and monster. You know it doesn't matter if livens terrible just like a mass murderer. Thirty thousand people I think people need some kind of you know justification in Gem. Mines some things that can really you know cope with So you know. I'm trying not to judge him of course like you. Yeah no I I find this The statement pretty appalling But you know I I I do understand status coming from somebody's. It has coped with a very problematic. Legacy yeah and I'm GonNa tell you something else I found problematic was and I'll be very brief refunded immaculate touch on it a lot but my mother is from Poland. I'm half Polish. I'm fluent in Polish. I was not okay with the whole map thing that they brought up when when it comes to Poland and the Holocaust in World War Two saying nothing just such a because the more you say the worst is because I'm not going to go into roles and point fingers but I mean Poland. Could've there are a lot of things in better ways. But that's a conversation for another time. Did you find that that that to be kind of a pain dealing with that whole will situation Daniel and if you don't want to answer that too I respect that as well no not at all I mean not at all about Happy to answer and I mean gene at first You know it. It made me very furious. I mean it's very very problematic onto levels m One of course you know the Polish people have a very troubling relationship to the Holocaust and of course us you know as government of Poland is not the most liberal liberal. One Am And you know for me. It's very problematic having politicians that call up any network and say you know. Change Your Fam- On on the other hand I must say that like you know Putting aside as ways that they did that I can understand. I can understand understands that case I mean Poland and Dino Assez Israelis all Americans. Don't really understand it but for Polish people I'm talking to Polish people m a lot of them. Feel that you know what kind of branded as evil doers. The Holocaust and the Germans are kind of treated in a In a less or in different in different Mana China I mean you know for them they say you know. We were occupied Germany Occupied of course you know under Russia During the Cold War and they never really survive. They mean Germany now is prosperous and Poland is not and and for them. It's very important to say. Look guys I mean. We had our part in the Holocaust. And you know we are is a lot of US collaborated yes but z's when note Polish camps is a when not initiated by the Polish government or the Polish Polish people. These are German discounts and the Germans did it then the occupied our land and they set up all these camps and concentration incomes. And you know that I respect they think like you know we added a text. Clarifying the these are German discounts during world. War Two in Poland. And I think it's a good compromise because on the one hand we can really you know address. The issue of yes Germans and on the other hand we do shows geography in which he has. It is in Poland. So I mean I have emphysema see for their pain about being portrayed as the only wrongdoers of the Holocaust and even even if somebody has a minimal knowledge of world war or two in history knows that Poland didn't initiate and stuff like I feel like it was such a I don't know I I as somebody who's Polish. I feel like I can speak. I just feel they should've love. I want to say anything but I think it's well known throughout history that they didn't you know these camps were run by Polish people they were German camps. But I don't know I just felt like I I don't know why. Call attention on issue that I I have a lot of problems with what they did to you guys. I wasn't okay with with I mean I understand where they're coming from but I almost think it's like assumed raking. was that a stupid way to approach that issue. I mean you know for me. It feels ridiculous because like you know every Israeli You know can tell us that you know the Nazis as came from Germany and not from Poland But you know in this era of fake news and people just believe everything they see online. I don't know they are pretty the the the quite order. Ignorant people out there and you know just clarifying these people. All these ice rick facts I can relate to that. Yeah and I'm GONNA say Daniel. Thank you so much for giving the almost an hour of your time. Is there any future. It's your projects you're considering or anything on the burner that you have going on or contemplating you got a lot of stuff going on in your personally very busy and so forth. Is there anything you wanted to get out there. Oh we are in like now working on like three different very exciting project but like as always. I can't talk about them sadly but once out I'll be happy to come back in. I really appreciate that. The documentary documenting is called the Devil Knicks store. It's one of the best documentaries I've ever seen certainly one of the top of this year Wonderful work annual. I cannot thank you enough for. We're coming on the show. Today his name is Daniel von Daniel again. Thank you so much thank you. It was a pleasure. MM-HMM UH-HUH Uh Nine
Monday 17 February
"You're listening to Monaco's house. Few first broadcast on the seventeenth of February two thousand and twenty on monocle twenty four. This is Monaco's house few coming up today with elections this week in Iran we examine how sanctions have stimulated the hardliners. My guests Yossi Mickelberg and Robert Fox will discuss that and the day's other news including piece by proxy with the Syrian conflict entering a new phase. What can Russia and Turkey? Contribute and don't walk is jaywalking. A crime or are the wheels coming off for motorists. Plus teenage debutante opened the night where the Catholic choreographed waltz and everyone takes part in a quadrille dance midnight. Monaco's Venetia rainy on an annual Austrian spectacle. I'm Georgina Godwin and Monaco's house few starts now welcome to the show. I'm joined by Yossi Michael. Berg professor of International Relations at Regent's University and Robert Fox. Who's the London Evening Standard's defense editor? Let's begin in Iran. Gentlemen the country is going to the polls this week in an election. That's gained little enthusiasm from voters. Iranians of fed up with a crippled economy and the continued US sanctions as well as the threat is military conflict. So what are the stakes in these elections? Where the stakes are higher especially after the demonstration November of after the recent increase in. Old pices on enforcer prices the rest then came the shooting down of the Ukrainian airplane. This come of this kind of blow to the four kind of incompetence of the of the Iranian regime brought people to the streets so I think there is underlying issues there that Lick Fourth Riga and but the problem with elections that most of the members of the parliament of demodulators actually selected be folded. Who ran for them? At least you selected by the regime so there is not enough variety pluralism that you would expect in in such such elections. So what if the Iranian people want to protest? Probably the best thing they can do is stay at home on the other hand if they stayed home the give day most radical the most extreme probably complete control of parliament. So this is the kind of the dilemma. They'll going going to face. But what we think is probably there will be complete controlled by the Revolutionary Guard. Then the MO- article lists plug in modules in the next four years. I mean Robert. How would you define that? The separation of power them between the Revolutionary Guard and and the political wing of the government well. The Revolutionary Guards is An enormous presence at almost presence in the economy of course in. I don't know whether you would agree with me. I think it's best described in the way that the Russians would described as a combination. It's it's it's a self a military industrial complex and so it it it swings around a lot of weight and we were led to believe this from the outside with the whole The whole plot from the killing of Customs Sulejmani who was in charge of the he likes. It wasn't even the commander of the Revolutionary Guard. He was the commander the hoods for us. And what we got there which relates exactly what else is just been saying was a very well orchestrated display of militant nationalism when they paraded his body around various provincial. Capitals did them remind me rather of the whole Ceremonial Orleans. Ceremonious parading of the body of Eva Peron in Argentina that time and he was supposed to be the icon of Iranian nationalism. What was absolutely clear. Was that was orchestrated in absolutely Chelsea. Say we're not really saying. There is a lot of resentment as a lot. Bubbling away but from Iranian contact. What I'm hearing is now is not the time. It is not the time to go to the street and it is not the time to upset the apple cart With the election to the match list but there is one point. Of course the chronology says that the where it an endgame because this is the last Throw of the original revolution regeneration. So that's the point that they are dying out they are going. The supreme leader will die fairly soon. I suspect and then we're into a new iteration so your fears as Robert saying I mean the there was all this protests on the street that that was essentially stopped dead by people saying this is not the time. Don't rock the boat because huge defense concentration on the country at the time when then to those people come back and if they're not using their vote to affect change when will they do. Do they have to wait for the death of the Supreme Leader? But that's exactly the point at all. There is a state within a state in this state within a state is a very powerful one and when Liberal Revolution Dude take place? Organizationally situation is emerging. It's a balance of power between the regime and the people in the streets and people in the street assess always strong enough actually to topple the government so the tide in two thousand nine and there were suppressed violently toward the blood pressure of by Debussy. Jeez of of of the people in the street here and there you see especially in the provinces you can you can see you can see them installation now at a certain point you need to say as it happened in the Iranian Revolution in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy eight seventy nine you know when people went to the streets. They sensed that the show was not a strong as yours before been before so they could actually throw him out. I don't think this is the situation now. Eight something here that the United States is making it even worse bites policy because what he sees that the sanctions will bite and as a result of people who go to the street. What is usually with sanction in actually impose the regime instead of empowering the people in in in this state you up is always on the sidelines being indecisive on this one so why should people risk their life in say. We're not going to get the support from the outside. And the revolutionary and others not only revolutional guys within the regime. I'll too strong force. Meanwhile they had this opportunity to vote in an election. Even though as you say Robert It really. There is not much of a democratic choice. Here what what issues are they? Being allowed to influence through their vote very influenced march but it will be driven by the shocking state of the economy. Just the price of life and living which is re. It really is fighting. This is where get resentment. But what your say underlined a real tipping point. That didn't tip if you if I can put it like. That was two thousand and nine in the Green Revolution. Remember the thing that aside has done his best to destroy serious still obtains in Iran. There is a broad intelligence. There is a broad antigen say which is quite secular and its values and they are binding that time that has been continuing brain drain but there are there is a sufficient number staying inside and they absolutely know what the name of the game is Ronnie and Zarifa their heads. That that you know the real game comes on with generation and I was just thinking but you know if you follow the cycles you know the chaos theory of history historical patterns of revolution. Of course the revolution will come from within the Revolutionary Guard from a very unexpected direction. One thing though that is affecting from the foreign of adventures I understand witches effecting. The cost of living very very badly is. It's running out of money. It's running out of foreign exchange. This is why the intelligence here again and they do read the Internet and get information. They are fed up with the Hezbollah vacation of the of the conflict in Iraq and Syria and at and in Lebanon because that was done with Dulles raised from Iran which Iran do any bull how this is affecting very very badly Iraq and that is why the Iranian influence a inferences waning there and conditions as we know it desperate and they banished to spawn even worse or near Fascist regime in northern Yemen who With Hootie. So things are not good but where? The American miscalculation is so glaring as Yossi was saying is that they have no vision of an end state at all. They talk Within the beltway. The the hawks talk about regime change. Gosh I'm they learned anything from Afghanistan and Iraq over the last twenty twenty five years you've got to deliver and if you get involved in anything you onate as Colin Powell said the problem with people like Pampero is they do not understand the currency of them spouting off with this kind of evangelical revivalist thing that we can change change. Everything what I think the Iranian voters facilitated rain vote voter. The Internet. Reading voter will know. The Americans can deliver very very little indeed. This might be counter-productive. Yeah it was. It's reunify. Actually the mole extreme bouts of the Iranian revolution and it probably will get worse before it will get better because is there are not of money that might become even more progressive. And what's the best possible result then in this election? I I really think that. By voting there is an element of legitimizing AirAsia. Probably not legitimate. And I think the best politician can do is stay away from the ballot box. You'll see Mecklenburg and Robert Fox there. We'll be back in just a moment. But first his Monaco's Ben Ryland with some of the other stories. We've been following today. Thank you Georgina around. Four hundred American citizens have been evacuated from Corona virus hit cruise ship in Japan the vessel which is currently docked in the port of Yokohama as more than three thousand passengers and crew on board the Americans left on. Planes chartered by the. Us Government Franz says the UK should expect a tough battle with the EU in trade negotiations. The foreign ministry says that the two sides would rip each other apart as they fight for an advantage in the negotiations and that the UK will struggle to agree to a free trade deal with the block by the end of the year and Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has cancelled a trip to Barbados to resolve protests over the construction of a natural gas pipeline. Canada's indigenous communities have been blocking key railway lines for nearly two weeks in a bid to stop the construction of the pipeline in British Columbia. I'm Ben Ryland. That's what's making news back to you. Georgina thanks Ben. This is Monaco's house few. I'm Georgina Godwin here with Robert Fox and you'll see Michael Berg. Of course Iran is also involved in the Syrian conflict. Tomorrow Turkey and Russia will hold talks on the situation in Syria. Where russian-backed troops loyal to Bashar? Al Assad a making advances in the northwestern region Turkish about rebel forces have launched an operation to retake the territory doin. The Turkish leader has urged Russia to stop its heavy s strikes and has warned that it will use military power to drive back the Syrian forces unless they withdraw by the end of the month. Us President Donald Trump meanwhile has called for an end to Russian support of assets regime in the face of government troops just atrocities on the ground. So Robert does this. Reflect a new geopolitical paradigms Russia and Turkey involved the US largely absent absence of the of the US except in hotter is given But then and I don't want to be to sort of like a Jesuit theologian in saying what we mean by power and influence because Turkey is quite strapped Turkey. Come put too many of its regular units in the way. They are reinforcing as we speak their observation posts in Islam. Promise Oh province because they do not want they eight hundred thousand refugees new refugees since December December turning into million amongst other things. But they're also committed against the Kurds. Remember Operation Olive Spring while. Nobody's told me that it's been called off where they got really stock that further along the border between Syria and and and Turkey where they're trying to take out the self-declared Kurdish and entity there. Because they say it's just a front for the for the PK. K Plus one is getting very antsy and that really is the right expression about Libya and Algeria and he's been in both countries or on the board in Tunisia but in Algeria recently. Turkey is in a mess and we we should discuss as to why Turkey is but so is Russia. Russia does not starting to be. I'm not trying to be as smart as about this. But Russia does not want to put boots on the ground. This is if you look at the if you look very carefully at the pictures up until very recently by and large what Russian presence has been has been neutral police to police the levees police the most respected putting in Boston. Re's who've not been terribly good at. They'd been putting mercer mercenaries into eastern Libya supporting a kick Khalifa but they do not want to put boots on the ground. Sorry Bash they want to do with Aaron adipose and it's pretty cranky. Owed stuff which they can use. Sort of works at court is an awful lot of damage and it's very indiscriminate tree the other part of this very very difficult equation. Sorry we've been there already is the Iranian element. It's the Iranian raised. Trained promoted by Mohandas guy was very instrumental in this guy. That was killed along with Cilla. Money the new Hezbollah's you were which aren't just Lebanese. The best memories from Iraq. The the the the the the popular brigades but that they're running out of steam and they're running out of steam at. That's why would ever you may read in the papers about an endgame for our said. Don't believe it I think at this is what the Russians and the Turks. If they're realist will be describing. This thing shows no end at all with the president cards on the table. I mean the Russians and the Turks out talking to tomorrow. You'll see it's a very fragile relationship is it. Is it going to be damaged irreparably by this? It's it's Virgil situation. And every time that we hit this over to to the kind of the idea or will reaching the end of this war because the Assad regime is winning. They're winning in this situation. And whatever we think about winning it will take years from now just to try to settle in find some political situation in this competition between Turkey and rush but at the same time become analogy of interest or another will bring them sometimes to clash and sometimes to look for for for for in it for agreement but the problem is the situation in Syria. And of course when we look a we should probably learn what's been the International Committee Netherlands. If you don't deal with issues like this early on it rags on and on and on it's just get swells it shows the the fragility not all of the situation but the international community of the United Nations of again the lack of the United States there which the rhetoric is coming from the White House. And you think they're going to actually do something but then of course they do absolutely nothing especially when it comes to humanitarian issue of seven hundred thousand people that just been forced again out of out of really so we'll see more and more talkative so in this kind of situation will see all the time. Changing reliance it's day by day changed alliances so one day you will see anger in Moscow in the same boat in the next day. They won't be because they themselves have contradictory interest change from day to day under doesn't want to see charlotte acid in play. Moscow wants it at the same time. There is the issue of refugees so there will be constant changes there and of course the point is not on the line. It's also Israeli interest there so it's the entire region in one country. There is the motivation and exposes the kind of the contradictory interests between them. I just WanNa bringing something that you both said about refugees because obviously humanitarian disaster looks pretty much assured a Turkey has said that there is a possibility they may just open their borders and allow that new wave of people who've been displaced to cross through into Europe with the EU. Then before to Robert. I think it would but I think that it's typical piece of Rhetoric he is the grand standard to end the more It's easier said than done. These people are desperate. They've got no means to pay the traffickers and the Greeks are to blame them because And particularly some of the tougher Western Balkan countries will just say no. I want to add something very important because I think we're getting it wrong in geopolitical terms. We it's all very well and good to blame trump. Yes I do. I do criticize his regime for lot of things but a lot of this. You know I company committed really started with a bomb. Let's put that one on the table. The other thing is that we're being much to western conception of the interest involved they are not governed by boundaries and the own frontiers. That's the thing that's going and the thing that is going back to absolutely explode if it hasn't already which will affect the very thing we're talking about Russia. Turkey is Libya because I was talking to people who have been deeply involved in Libya. Wear the Tux. Desperate to keep a government of national agreement going some hope and unprepared to put troops in and they are very worried that the same thing's going to happen in Algeria for very very good reasons. And it's the desert whether or no frontiers. Where there is very serious insurrection? In both Libya to large countries and and in Algeria and I was put into a friend of mine very very shop Italian diplomat who is involved with both Libya and Jerry and he said look at the problem. Is that the you know. The the the Organization of African Unity has given up on Somalia. At what we're fairing is what we're looking at. Not only do we have Somalia but the new Somalia but even bigger not the new Syria is going to be Libya and Turkey is deeply involved in that and Turkey. Technically is confronting Russia in Libya at the moment because one supports Tripoli the other supports Benghazi and the and the thing that Turkey is after in these desperate about in the eastern Mediterranean. It is not getting any of the action on the oil and as long as Russia supports After Khalifa in Benghazi it is getting a lot of Libyan oil. Not that it really needs all that much. But underneath the kind of thing that we've been discussing reason medicare religion this enormous oil and gas chess game as well at the guys left the gusts by goes from Israel case an old Into into Europe and it even more complex in the sense. I'm sorry this we talk about this topic very complicated to something a little bit light on. Show this joke here something about. Why did the American cross the road but the town council in Phoenix? Arizona has proposed changes to Jaywalking laws. That could see repeat offenders end up in jail so for some transport experts. A this attempt to encourage safer streets as wrong-headed they argue that it places excessive responsibility for public safety on pedestrians instead of regulating. Dangerous Drivers Yossi. This isn't anything new. I mean the automobile lobby fairly successfully place responsibility for individuals safety on pedestrians rather than drivers back in the early twentieth century. When when cosmi coming in the fell stole that head when I saw this piece of news in my visits to Phoenix. I couldn't see any pedestrians who want bribes and especially when it gets forty forty five degrees out there. Actually stop the engine in the garages as the collate and just drive so it was the only one walking there so I probably would want would be finding in this making yes. It's kind of the county's king in the United States and its its impact a lot of other things like climate change but they do drive in. The restaurant became kind of a sideshow walking in this late today. The that you drive from place to place issue go to certain parts of the United States you know. I like my my walks when I'm when I'm going to the United States nice to see what's around. I feel myself point lonely in in in in the streets. Everyone drives so obviously in the handed feels blasts since introduction of the car and followed its pedestrian. Not Seen as important both of the landscape absolutely and you made the point about climate change and I wonder if if this legislation like or other legislate. This is looking increasingly outdated. Because in spite of the lobbyists public opinion really is turning against the rights of the motorist. Isn't it Robert Wood? Well yes and but that I was looked at the excellent to you can be on this and two thirds of the offenses involving pedestrians. Are the driver's fault as I. Well know the thing is Phoenix Arizona. Yeah but if you do it. In Singapore a repeat offender can get six months in jail and five dollar fine. I think it relates to two things going to great data. One is the attitude cyclist fine being a cyclist myself. Either habitual driver not so much now absolutely fascinating in London and there is real fear of the cyclist and the scientists are beginning militant as successful cyclist in Amsterdam and in Amsterdam. By the way. If you hit a cyclist. The guilt is presumed to be back. The driver which is very peculiar but the other thing is mobile phones. Go big on a bicycle. There's one thing worse than another person on a bicycle. It's Jay Walker with mobile phone because they got so sick and one and a half and the other but I do think I actually. I hope you're right. I think you're right The forces with us you know the US onto two legs. Do you think you'll see that? Tighter regulation lakes that have speed limits and that sort of thing would be useful in getting people to ditch the cars. You won't be surprised. You say that everything sells for Fed Eucation and and I think you need to educate to the cyclist in the militancy of cyclists and then the fights between cows and lawyers and cyclists and pedestrians is become all out war in London. But I think we need to look at integrated public transport in which we all live in peace with one another but itself education. I don't think finding one hundred fifty dollars. The suggest pedestrian for Jaywalking is the is the solution. You'll see Mickelberg and Rob Fox thank you very much. In a moment. We'll hear a little bit more about Venus bumper balls. You're listening to Monaco's house view. Stay tuned this is Monica House view. I'm Georgina Godwin. 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"You're listening to the briefing first broadcast on the twenty eight February. Two Thousand Twenty on monocle. Twenty four the briefing is brought to you in partnership with Rolex. Hello and welcome to the briefing coming to you. Live from studio one here at Madari House. In London Andrew Miller coming up Turkey retaliates off to dozens of its soldiers killed in northwestern Syria. What actually happened and what happens now. Also ahead are we. On the verge of one of the unlikeliest diplomatic rapprochement in recent history between Serbia and Kosovo later in the show will meet the author. Julie Wheel right to discuss new history of women in combat. And this is the country where your people cheer on some of the world's greatest cricket players from Su Chin Tendulkar to Virata Coleen the US President Donald Trump clearly skipped his cricket elocution. Lessons will look at what the rest of us have learned this week. And it's Friday and so hello. I'm not by share quantum back here with the global counter and today we look at what if Europeans are listening to at the moment. All that and more besides coming up right here on the briefing on monocle. Twenty four and welcome to today's edition of the briefing with me. Andrew at least thirty three Turkish soldiers and now known to have been killed in an attack on their position in Italy province in northwestern Syria by way of response. Turkey claims to have hit more than two hundred targets associated with the Syrian military Russia which is supporting Syria in its efforts to retake rebel-held inlet suggested that the Turkish soldiers died fighting alongside what it described as terrorists but was nevertheless at pains to refute any suggestions that the deaths of the Turkish soldiers had anything to do with Russia. Joined with more on this by Paul Rogers professor of Peace Studies at Bradford University and an expert on Syria Paul what do we actually know for sure about what happened? How did these Turkish soldiers get killed an and who might be responsible or use? The phrase for sure is correct. Because it's still pretty early days about as far as we know. A column of Turkish troops with majestic supplies was on the move in a particular part of of the province and came under shelling fire. They took refuge in basically some buildings in one of the towns and it appears to be that was then hit by precision air attack. Presumably Actually carried out by the Syrians. The copy sure about that. It caught possibly be the Russians. The Russell suggest it that was what killed. The Turkish troops released most of them. The techs retaliated and the series said nothing about that retaliation but according to Turkish sources was massive and they claimed to views this rather auditor neutralized over two hundred Syrian troops to destroyed five helicopters presumably on the ground. A destroyed twenty tanks. And how it says. We don't yet know whether that's as a actually what happened because that seems to be very strong response. That's where we are now. I think the Russians are trying to avoid a further escalation because in a sense they won't try and stay allied to both sides for quite different reasons but the moment I think people opposing and just hoping escalate further for the Russians have announced this ending to cruise missile equipped frigates into the eastern Mediterranean to provide more false on this side. You have their put your finger on one of the many weirdnesses of this situation. Which is that where. Syria is concerned. Turkey and Russia both allies and enemies depending on which part of Syria? We're talking about what day of the week. It is in which way the wind is blowing and so forth there is presumably or at least one would hope there is presumably some degree of contact between Turkey and Russia even when they are on opposite sides. There have been conflicting reports about how much of that there is again. What do we actually know? A gain to be absolutely clear. We do not know enough so I'm afraid that has to be speculation but given that the does seem to be fairly reasonably close collaboration with the Turks and the Russians to avoid each side killing the other. It's that kind of rather crude level. You often get that in. What could be very bitter warfare for particular reasons besides actually try to avoid killing each other if they're involved in a wider conflict and it seems that something went very badly wrong in this one if it turns out that these precision air strikes on these council buildings are actually carried out by the Russian F holes. Then that is a much more serious matter turns a Turkish Russian relations but I agree with you very much that the the Turks want to stay reasonably friends with the Russians partly because it increases that bargaining power within NATO and against the American wishes. They've taken delivery are taking it. Every of these advanced s four hundred anti-aircraft systems the thing time of course the text actually host to a very large American facilitate one which is actually equipped for tactical nuclear weapons near the town of down city of Adana. To as you say it's a really complicated situation. But the Turks do not want the series to take the whole of the province right up to the Texas border of this is what they're religious termine to prevent then any role for NATO to play here not in an article five variety way because at least in my understanding of Article Five. That only comes into play when an attack is on the territory of a NATO member which this is not because the Turks were of course Turkish soldiers were of course in Syria. But can NATO play any role in? I guess talking Turkey down. Well one would hope so. But I mean the wasn't think tweet maybe as a tweet of some report from Stoltenberg the NATO head and to think quoting is just mentioned solidarity with other allies Turkey. Following the death of Turkish soldiers near did it. We condemn the indiscriminate air strikes by the Syrian regime and Russia. Now that means in some ways that nature had to out the little bit of blame the Russians. That can be a rather dangerous game to play. I think but in since NATO sees Russia as a traditional enemy that in many ways greater than than Syria but again NATO Israeli betwixt and between because of its relationship with Turkey wants to stay in is a full member of NATO. The same time bluntly. It's not very happy with the way that has been behaving towards Syria. Andy trying to stay in with Russia the same time Paul Rogers. Thanks as always for joining us. You're listening to the briefing with a look now at the day's headlines here is multiples yelling oven. Thanks Andrew. One of Hong Kong's most high-profile entrepreneurs that Jimmy Lai has been charged with illegal assembly. An intimidation democracy campaigner is accused of attending demonstration into city state last year and clashing with journalists in two thousand seventeen critics say the charges are politically motivated. The Russian President Vladimir Putin has admitted he was offered the chance to use a body double for security purposes but rejected the ID the long-serving autocrat. The plan was stabled in the early. Two thousands when Russia was fighting a war against separatists in Chechnya and a dinosaur park in London which features thirty life size replicas has been added to a list of endangered sites. The creations which date back to eighteen fifties have been developing cracks and the heritage body historic. England has now decided to out the great one listed replicas to its at risk register those today's headlines back to you Andrew. Thank you arlene. You're listening to the briefing on monocle. Twenty four now after two years of deep freeze and indeed several centuries of unhappy history prior to that relations between Serbia and Kosovo seem to be warming up somewhat. The government of new Prime Minister Albuquerque in Pristina has announced that it is partially lifting its hundred percent tariff on Serbian imports. That followed Serbia's president declaring that it was only a matter of time before his country recognised Kosovo's declaration of independence. So is twenty. Twenty eight lost the of a Balkan detente or is there. Perhaps less to this than might meet the eye joined now by our man in the Balkans Guide Baloney First of all that's that latest development Kosovo lifting. It's obviously mildly outrageous hundred percent tariff on Serbian goods. How big a deal is that. You potentially quite a big deal. Actually because that's really the issue which has been blocking everything at for the past eighteen months because of the tariffs the EU broker dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina absolutely completely ground to a halt. It wasn't in a good state anyway but the tariff totally killed any chance of getting representatives from Kosovo and Serbia in the same room and actually talking about moving forward it also had a big impact on Kosovo's standing among its allies among its supporters the US and the European Union. They spend more than a year saying to look. This tariff is outrageous. You've really got lifted. It's not helping. And they just push back against it and it really did have a serious impact on how. Kosovo was viewed a by the U in the US. It's main sponsors. And you could still languishing now without any visa-free travel access to the European Union. That's undoubtedly contributed no matter what anybody says in public Kosovo stunning definitely went down. And you know you'll stemmed from Kosovo wanting to hit back Serbia because Serbia had been blocking its entry into international organizations like Interpol for example. Was THE WOOLWICH. Tip them over the edge But it's not done Pristina. Any good whatsoever. How much has the dynamic changed or potentially being changed by the arrival in office of Albuquerque? In Prishtina I mean Albain who I I met. Many years ago in Prishtina was of course an activist campaigning for Kosovo's independence but he was not associated with the Kosovo Liberation Army Edge of things so much might Serbia feel less threatened by him or less resentful towards him. It's a funny thing with Albuquerque. Because as as you say undressing you met him. You'll know he. He's a very twinkly. But absolutely committed. Albanian nationalist In the black and Red Albanian flags are everywhere around Albuquerque. And this doesn't really go well for the idea of detente with Serbia. I'm on the other hand precisely because he is an Albanian. Nationalist may actually be easier for him to make some sort of deal with Serbia. And we're seeing this already with the tariffs. It was removed. How to deny the previous prime minister who was playing hauled bowl on that largely because it played well with his voter base or so he thought until he got emptied out rather ceremoniously in last October's election. I'm courtesy has been brought in by the People Kossovo. Not so much for as Albanian nationalist credentials but more because they see him as an antidote to the former leaders of the Kosovo Liberation Army. Who may have for whatever qualities may have been may have been as military competence as people governing the country? That been dreadfully good at siphoning money into their own pockets and not particularly good at spreading the wealth around the people of you know what considers itself the youngest country in Europe. So I'm Alvin. Carty does have a certain amount of licensed to do things differently. Simply because people voted for Change. And if he's saying we need a change of approach towards. Serbia in might go down better coming from him. Well let's look at this. From the point of view of Belgrade. Serbia President Alexandrovich has made some surprisingly. I guess positive noises about the possibility of Serbia recognising Kosovo. At some point what is behind that? Is this just realizing that the number of people in Serbia who still really care about this is is dwindling? Somewhat there's lots of play of some of some of which is simply that Tabuchi has on. Tv An awful lot in Serbia. It when you see the yeah. He's the he's the only game in town for a lot of these. Tv stations most of the media companies are controlled by allies of the church. And this is a matter of Some whoa about among the opposition parties in Serbia. So you see a lost village on TV. He's often asked about Kosovo. Because it's it's still alive issue in many respects. It's not settled Now whether what he actually wants about from. This is really a bit of a mystery soon. The latest remarks on Ot and Belgrade and said he was expecting a tremendous pressure For Serbia to Recognize Kosovo that it That that the international community was cooking up a plan at Tomake. Serbia's recognition of Kosovo happened. And he said Their goal is to put Kossovo in the United Nations and it's the essence of everything. That is what we should expect. The question is when it will happen weather in three months six months a year. It will happen now. I I could probably pull out an interview from a year ago. And he would have said something similar and maybe a year before that and he would've said something similar then as well but you always get the feeling with chick that he's preparing the ground the some things some sort of accommodation to happen with Kosovo because he is a pragmatist. He recognizes the cult's Kosovo's millstone around Serbia's knack in terms of its aspirations to join the European Union and just in terms of its aspirations to move forward. Rather than having this historical problem hanging around its neck. When you consider the number of Serbs ethnic Serbs living in Kosovo runs into the tens of thousands only the amount of resources the amount of energy the amount of political and diplomatic capital that spent on that issue really outweighs what it's worth to. Serbia and a future can find a way of presenting any sort of deal with Kosovo as a win for Serbia. Then then he would go for that and maybe things are starting to move behind the scenes final quick thought on that point of being able to present it as a win for Serbia is nevertheless important to him. Do you think just thinking about what you were saying about how. He's trying to sell this as the apex of some vast international conspiracy. Is it still kind of important to him that he makes? It look like there wasn't anything he could do to stop it. Yeah it's a tricky balance. Isn't it because on one hand? He wants to be the strong man he wants to say. you know. I'm accent which I represent. Serbia dime strong on the other hand. He knows that the idea of giving Kosovo what they want. And it being elmaze volition on his say-so doesn't look good either so it's quite a balancing act. He's got to strike there. I think between not looking too weak in terms of caving in to international pressure APP so-called But also not not making it look like he was the one who is enthusiastic for giving away the supposed- heartland of Serbia guy. Delaunay thanks as always. That was monocled. Balkans correspondent Guide Alani. You are listening to the briefing on monocle. Twenty four Monaco and Rolex. Bring you the pioneers. The Pie is a brand new series. That tells the stories of people improving the planet. 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But the system of light seems to have ground into gridlock very much not for the first time in Israeli election looks mostly like a referendum on incumbent. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Yossi First of all there is of course the ancient wisdom that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing repeatedly expecting a different result. Is there any reason to imagine that? Israeli voters voters on Monday will be any more decisive. You just summed it up. I think maybe we should ring facetime for the fourth fifth and sixth selection. At this at this late you know you look at polls. Nothing is changing. It's in the margin within the margin of all of all Poles. So you know we might be exactly in the same situation and if this is the case we have to look at two things two main thing a whether is a man the leader we said between going to NGOs might he said going to government come. What may because he's the balancer India so if he decides to other with Netanyahu always guns then there is a government secondly on the seventeenth of March is the fills. They of Netanyahu's focal option allegation. Visually I think it will ever great impact. It's not a good look as no not for prime minister. Pretty ropy looked for people who aren't prime minister's infanticide especially when it's about a possibility about for breach of trust on the sleeve different cases while fourth. My is looming possibly. Yes and I think this might change the mood within the Society Day. The detainees to live. Because it's impossible for prime minister to serve between being on the benches in code and then a country which is not the easiest of countries to but this. I think that's the question but you look at polls and you see that still more Israeli split Netanyahu. Oval guns this is. I think the tragedy of these position tested democracy is generally held to be a good thing and indeed it is but can a country not just Israel but any country. Get to a point. It has had perhaps rather too much turn out at the last couple of elections is actually held up pretty well at around sixty nine percent but does a country run a risk at some point of the voters. Just getting tired I think democracy in principle is good and should not be abandoned just because people still vote for Netanyahu. I think the Israel will overcome this one point which is interesting in terms of percentages. Is that the Arab vote is going on so we had Forty nine percent. I think in March at the election fifty nine in the fall so this time if more Arab Israelis go the polls. Then they might increase their vote share and get more seats and might be more interesting partner to support from outside against coalition sort of to get rid of Netanyahu so this is one point that we should look at. I think the other is that The it's so incredible to think the Netanyahu can still go and be prime minister if you look at it from outside but Out of bend. The editor in chief of Alatorre interviewed a few weeks ago. explained to me one thing which. I thought was very interesting. That if you look at who votes for who you have the top part of the Israeli income sector votes for Ganz The lower middle-class vote for Netanyahu and the poor people vote either Arup parties or adroit was docs religious so the lower middle class who is afraid to fall down out of the middle class into poverty is defending Netanyahu although they know his completely corrupt and that is one of the things which we see a lot in modern democracies now he may be a crook video crooks. You'll see I wanNA pick up that interesting point that. Tessa raises about the increasing vote among Israel's Arab citizens. Do we understand how if maybe not at this election than at the next election in May and the one after that in November that might start to alter the way that Israeli politics looks. I think it should actually. I met the leader of the of the joint lace just just two months ago and they will quite a bit going from thelton seats to fifteen seats and I think they can make it only increasing the show of the vote and mobile dissipations because it's really low among the dubs because they don't really pass the state and also even if the vote then the parties the the Jewish Gal. Taylor's you're not part of the country and I think that's been guns is missing while for Netanyahu is obviously he will incite in film on Gilligan's Damn said if you vote for Bennigan's y'all going to get to at least supporting government in committee and the older and the rest there was an opportunity for Bennigan's say real exactly. We stand opposite not moving that in San. We are going to be support. Because they'll twenty percent of Israeli citizens that according to the Declaration of independence supposed to be equal there are not equal. We know it because of the Nation State Law and other legislation. But they missed it. So the what? Bennigan's is trying to do is competing with Netanyahu on his own pitch instead of actually presenting something in at the same time. I'm an order especially him presenting a real challenge to these early society. Said you talk to presenters is out side. There's almost as a fiscal and I'm telling you I want to be part of this country. I want to be part of the states and that will make this country hours as everyone in every citizen is equal but sadly none of the maybe one small protein is merits. Maybe the Labor Party but the rest of them don't is out to this challenge okay. We will doubtless talk more about this election next week when we know the result if there is one but let's move on now and look at the UK and therefore and inevitably at brexit which some of us are old enough to remember being told had got done on January. Thirty first The likelihood that the actual hard part has only just begun has been reinforced this week by the trading of opening salvos between the UK and the EU as both prepared to negotiate the future of their trading arrangement at this early stage. Both are taking a hard line. But are they taking any harder alignment? Anyone usually does at the beginning of any negotiation tests. Or what have you made the tone? So far it's all getting a bit two thousand seventeen crash and burn deal to hell with you. All wear out of here isn't it? I'm afraid that this is a bit more than opening salvos because what we heard this week and what I heard yesterday in briefings down extremely was all the time. It is talk about sovereignity. It's talk about no submission to European Union Rules and you think it is unnecessary in my view that Boris Johnson with this huge majority as in parliament in an unstoppable sort of mandate now to get brexit Dan that he takes the hardest lions so I am afraid that he's actually preparing the population for Exiting the European Union without a deal at the end of the year. Because if you look closely at the text the Presented yesterday There is quite a clear road opening for in June thinking. Shall we still continued negotiations if they haven't come to a fruitful point of of a basic agreement on basic points? It cannot happen till June. It's just too big of a workload and what portion could have done is say like I have a big majority I got officially out of the opinion already and now we need three years to complete a proper agreement and we make transition period longer than the end of twenty twenty. Nobody could sort of bring him down and kick him out of power now so he could do it if it doesn't do it. It means that he's willing to gamble with billions of pounds that this hard brexit will cost him and the preparation for the population to be sort of poured into this kind of things. We are standing alone against the world into European Union are. The bad guys is is in my view really childish. And it's really getting dangerously close to many many people in England who will suffer from this hard brexit where you'll see what has has outlined day. Was I guess the the optimistic assessment of of loss of last December's election? Which was this idea that Boris Johnson? Who never really cared about brexit. One way or the other because he doesn't really care about anything other than being prime minister. One way or the other now has this majority. He's not beholden to the ideologically crazed head Bangers of the European research group. He can now be more reasonable. Do you think they're still anything in that analysis between VATS and the I guess the looming reality that Tessa also points out that he might find room for a compromise. If he's interested in making one is look to the future. Many ways with you look at what happened to twenty sixteen to just this. January or anything that repeating the same mistake negotiation. I actually in the middle of working workshop negotiations date and it's exactly what we don't tell people that negotiate to do its default into their own style types of each other and they're portrayed each other the worst possible way. Don't try to look from each other's point of view and this is exactly what you expect a good negotiators so the just in thrashed -absolutely line with an eighteen. What you say this. You're eighty majority in parliament. He actually can decide gold ever way he wants. And if he's not some petroleum not real brexit at all these is Johnson Whatever goods for him he is to maneuver now and to the software but the way they're operating the way voices. David Foster talk about it yesterday. Just talking themselves into how brexit and as you say losing jobs and billions in these negotiations and just wanted to what what will in the middle of discord crisis. The Taylor's that's in modern world. We need to cooperate in the global. Were the only way to move forward. If any crisis Is to work together. Black Sea textually moves exactly in the opposite. And that's where we are talking yourself into. Tessa is the is the concern. At this point that a plurality of the now very lever dominated UK government may actually believe that line about how the EU needs Britain more than Britney. The and always astonished. How well this goes down here. In Britain this argument people just say dis things And if you spend a lot of time on the continent you know. Of course there's a very opposite of opinion in Brussels or Berlin in Vienna and Paris but it is being repeated and repeated and I think people then think okays the U. OF COURSE NEEDS US more than it has no basis in reality and even if it wouldn't matter because it's clear that it's very important for Britain to be rather close to the biggest trading block it has been trading within the last forty seven years in a very good way so to move away from this and now play on the Canada style. Free Trade Agreement is an option but it will be a costly option and if it doesn't even happen if that doesn't even happen because Britain is leaving no matter what at the end of twenty twenty then good luck because then it sort of really chaos at the border and it's very difficult for our those Medium sized businesses. You know the only people who can win from this is Career politicians sitting in Boris. Johnson's government right now and you know gamblers with Currencies in the city. Yeah Industry also has a little bit to go but the in any case are busy landon. Financial City as a place An important place in in the global financial world is working fine. Anyways you know. There's not a lot if you to specialists in the city. There's not a lot of of space up there that you can win and where you can really make a lot more out of what. Britain already has very good financial place okay. We'll finally on today's news penalty. Two Thousand Twenty. Us presidential election is entering the phase. At which the editorial boards of American newspapers emerge from that conclaves to announce the fruits of their bid scratching vis-a-vis which presidential candidate they will endorse or as it turns out not the Arizona. Republic has declared itself out of the business of endorsing candidates for public office. And you'll see that they have made or released an editorial explaining a this. They say that their readers quote tell us our endorsements alienate them and blur the way they read new stories. They don't the sharp line. We draw between news and opinion content. That kind of sounds like a bit of a reflection on the Arizona. Republic's readers doesn't it without accent probably most of the United States. But I think this this point about it is because the way that we consume media this probably what newspaper a single news people look commands is not as important. It used to be again. You go back in time and people who had one newspaper so what the newspaper told them. This was you know wh at great influence nowadays the the way we consume in formation is so different so people can go through so many different outlets and read. It's all get different Lou commendations or they'll more confused that thing that tensions spent his social they don't really read in-depth menu this opinion of opinion. And thirdly you don't know what to believe anymore because there is so much around they'll he's serious is it not so under this guy I think. Actually yes it's a verdict on on on the paper and very exotic but at the same time it's a reflection of how the media change and the way we consume it. There is a bit of history here At least a four year history of the Arizona Republic Endorsed Hillary Clinton in two thousand sixteen and that was the first time in one hundred and twenty years the Arizona Republican endorsed Democrat and they were very clear at the time that these are extraordinary and remarkable circumstances. We're not making this endorsement because we're in a great fans of Hillary Clinton. It's just that we don't think the president of the United States should be a half witted game show host who's never read a book and his life. I paraphrase slightly. But that was the mistake. Well Gist and a lot of their readers. Were incredibly unhappy with that. And let them know. Is this just a newspaper retreating in fear of its readers probably still licking the wounds of Of this last two thousand sixteen Debacle in their recommendation. But I think as you also said it's a general trend and it's not only reflecting on the Arizona Republic readers. I think it's a general thing that we are so polarized that readers. Just don't follow any more one newspaper but on the other hand I think maybe it's it's it's it's a good idea not to support single politicians. That's also rather prisoner thing for newspapers to do. But what is what I think is very nice in the English in the Anglo Saxon. World is to to come up with recommendations also for big political topics. Economists saying we are against Brexit and this is why that's I think is quite helpful. A world where people are so polarized and live in their own bubbles on social media if credible media outlets still take a stance and have kind of view on things which they express so. It might not be that you have to endorse one candidate necessarily but that you in general endorsed for example something like human rights or democracy could be a good idea so we should not as media people retreat from the political arena. I think completely and say like okay. You can believe what you want and you can follow. You wanted twitter. And that's just want to go back to that point you raised about. How People's media consumption is now whether deliberately or just because it stuff that drifts across your screen much more diverse van. It used to be an. I'm just wondering if there's something in the idea that the way people are reacting to that confusion is by more and more wanting the media to agree with them. People have of course always selected media sort of in tune with their own views and prejudices and bias. It probably aren't an awful lot of hardly brexit voters listening to us right now for example but but nonetheless because people are now more often confronted perhaps by views. They don't agree with uh they just getting angrier at the idea that they're being told things contrary to their beliefs. I think the way to consume media depends on AL personality to logic send. Do we want to get angry and I disagree with anything? Say all constantly reaffirm to confirm what we believe already most of us probably do outta and what kind of consumation mation of what we believe but I think this is the important point the essays making why should we endorse just on a personal level because then they enter into their personality into the family life. You know what they do instead of actually looking dose of the main issues the party support or the candidates support again in the United States. If it's the second amendment issue issues issue so human rights health which is a massive issue in the United States supporting multi-lateralism or taking the view the United States. I and that's about it. And then you make your own conclusions who you support as a result of it. You'll see Michael Berg antithesis Jovic. Thank you both very much for joining us. You're listening to the briefing on monocle. Twenty four you are listening to the briefing with me Andrew. Earlier this week it was reported that the. Us Army's legendarily grueling special forces qualification course was preparing to issue. Its First Evergreen Berry to a female soldier. An as yet unnamed National Guard candidate last week a British army officer Captain Rosy Wilde became the first woman to wear the Maroon Beret of the Parachute Regiment. Having completed the equally famously. Exacting Company course significant though these accomplishments are of course are they are perhaps not quite the novelty that they have been widely portrayed as the history of women in combat is no less long than the history of combat as is demonstrated by a new book by Julie. Will write sisters in arms female warriors from antiquity to the new millennium and Julie joins me now. Julia want to pick up. First of all. Obviously with those those two soldiers I mentioned there in that Intro. The media response to them. Which has it's been it's been failure. Think actually quite respectful but they still treated as novelties. What what does that tell us about what we have learned about women in combat? Well it I I find it. Really fascinating that Yes every time. There's a woman who you know Has One of these new grants or you know seems to be breaking some kind of barrier in terms of her access to combat It has to be sort of shaped as a novel experience and we seem to have completely forgotten this very long history of women being involved in combat and I think that that's because there is still this discomfort around women being in the military because it's the ultimate of of masculinity means. Do we still have that idea around But also there's discomfort around that that women are women as mothers women as caregivers you know all all these sort of ideals of femininity that we still you know that are still very much with us and so one of the things that I find have found so interesting looking at this material again because my was originally published in nineteen eighty nine when the conversation was very different But coming back to this material we one of the things that I've been reminded of is just how important these women were throughout history to other women because often they were regarded as sort of you know pioneers of feminism or pioneers or the ultimate in. Women's liberation that if you have women bearing arms women in combat therefore Women should have access to politics and should be involved in political discussions in civil life. This tube specific discomforts. I think you identify there with the idea of female soldiers and one of the mies admitting women to what is supposed to be this absolute paragon of masculinity which is the front line combat soldier and the other is a discomfort with the fact that this appears to be completely opposite to those stereotypical ideas of feminity. Which of those two discomforts do you think is the more dominant one? When people are uncomfortable with this idea. Well it I think it depends on who you're asking I mean one of the things that I found was. I went onto the everyday. Sexism whims website. And there's so many women in the military now who are still experiencing sexual harassment. Who still feel that you know. They're not really welcome. They're sort of tolerated but not exactly welcome and In two thousand eighteen we had Senator Mc Sally There was a Senate committee hearing on issues around sexual harassment and she described her own experience of being raped so I think that one of the things happened is that we now have women in positions of power in the military who suddenly being able to speak about this. So that's the military side of it but I think in terms of the public. It's really mixed because there was a very interesting study that was done I think around the sort of around twenty ten by a group of women in the military themselves researchers who who could kind of came up with the conclusion that this really isn't an issue for the public anymore. The public isn't too worried about women in combat so I think the resistance more from the fort from within the forces themselves You know rather than you know civilian populations worrying about IT I. It's it's always strange watching military's adapt to new things like this because I think they caught between To jazz or two instincts. One is that they are quite conservative institutions. Generally but the other reason they also do have and it's a fine thing when it works as it should this this utilitarian aspect that we don't really care who this person is or where they come from. Can they do this job that we need them to do? And what we have now started to learn in the last twenty or thirty years. The newer chapters of your book cover that in a few military's not many but some women are serving on the front lines. They are serving combat soldiers. Have any of the things that people feel about that. Actually come to pass. Well I think you have to be more specific. Always this idea that they would disrupt unit cohesion. Male soldiers would be uncomfortable in one way or another with female comrades they would feel more obliged perhaps to take risks on their behalf than they might with my colleagues as any of that actually happened. Well can we I? I would actually quite like to give you a historical example of floors sands. Which should it illustrates this point so floors sands was in English woman who had I think you know just a bit of adventure. Did a lot of traveling had her own racing car. Nineteen fourteen she. She is Komo so far. She's a book and herself one thousand fourteen The the The war breaks out and she tries to sign on with via Di as a nurse she gets rejected so she signs on with the Red Cross. She goes off to Serbia Serves you know she? She's just got basic nursing experience but serves throughout typhus epidemic And Nineteen fifteen attached to an ambulance hospital. The Serbian army is having to retreat into Albania and She's given the choice of either becoming a soldier carrying on you know going into combat or staying with hospital and she says okay very happy to become a soldier and for the next seven years. That's her life and I had you know wonderful sources for for Flora Sans and she actually describes how at first she wants to keep herself separate from the men you know she doesn't. She doesn't sleep with them in terms of sharing intent with them because she doesn't think that's appropriate and all that just totally goes by the wayside. You know within days. She's she's hunkering down with them You know she sharing meals but there's also this really interesting kind of psychological transformation that happens so the men really welcome her. Not just the fact that you know you've got this foreigner but the fact that she's English and she she can go home again and she can raise money so she kinda carves out a niche for herself and I wonder whether that's also happening in these contemporary cases where you know women proved themselves and then the fact that the women really doesn't matter Julie Wheel Right. Thank you very much for joining us. The book is sisters in Arms Female Warriors from antiquity to the new millennium. It's published by Osprey. You're listening to the briefing monochrome rolex. Bring you the pioneers for the founder of Rolex. Hums Wills dove the world was living the Bartram? He began to use it as a testing ground for watches from the Nineteen Thirties. Sending them to the most extreme locations supporting explorers who ventured into the unknown but the world has changed as the Twentieth Century. Unfolds EXPLORATION PURE discovery has given way to it peration as a means to preserve the natural world. Rolette continues this legacy of its founder supporting the explorers of day on the new mission to make the planet perpetual. Learn more with the pioneers in partnership with Rolex you're listening to the briefing time now for our weekly reflection on what we know now that we did not seven days ago we learned this week that whatever retirement options are available to us. President Donald Trump when he hands over power to Eric. In Thousand and twenty four cricket commentator will not be among them. This is the country where your people cheer on some of the world's greatest cricket players from Suit Chin Kendall Kerr to Coleen while reading. Things out to a bemused crowd in Ahmedabad. During his visit to India trump was bamboozled by legendary Indian batsmen Sasha Tendulkar and Vir up coli as many a norm Indian bowler while it is impossible to imagine that trump himself could care less about this or indeed any other than trump himself. He can at least be thankful that he was not obliged to speak in India at any point during the test career of Srinivasan Goven county government the fact that took not less than nine attends to pronounce that and it still probably isn't quite right in no way invalidates. The premise of this joke. We also learned this week. That the glorious tradition of diplomacy via the passive aggressive renaming of streets continues municipal authorities in Prague announced plans to commemorate the fifth anniversary of the assassination of Russian opposition figurehead. Boris Nemtsov by renaming in his honor. The street on which Russia's check embassy sits of a similar maneuvers of bygone years have included Glasgow's decision during Nelson Mandela's long imprisonment jury neopolitan decades to name after him. The Square in which resided South Africa's consul-general in Scotland the Plus Ultra remains Iran's decision back in one thousand nine hundred eighty one to rename Winston Churchill Street on which the UK's embassy in Tehran sits after IRA hunger striker bobby sands similar. Subtle protests of Boris. Nemtsov murder have previously been undertaken in Washington. Dc Vilnius and Kiev his. Boris Nemtsov friend and Comrade Vladimir Carom. That's speaking on Thursdays. Briefing the motive. Boris Nemtsov was the most high profile. Political assassination in the modern history of Russia in Russia is a country of symbols symbols matter. And and this gesture that some people may see us something you know. Mollica you know. Why would people care about street name? I can tell you it's powerful and I can tell you is meaningful when people do send that message and for me as a Russian not any Russian citizen that can be nothing more pro Russian than to name a street or square or park in front of the Russian Embassy. After a Russian statesman we learned the possible consequence of a failed presidential campaign. May Be the complete on mooring from common sense of the candidate in question. Little else appears to explain. The decision of twenty twenty democratic also ran and still serving New York City mayor. Bill de Blasio to enlist former generation x frontman turned big in the eighties. Peroxide Elvis Impersonator Billy idol to front campaign against I mean I e thoughtless motorists leaving the engines running while stationary idle idle. You can see what the Blasios is doing there. But where does this end in terms of employing post punk artists to raise standards of behaviour depeche mode encouraging vessel lawn care? You may believe that is a terrible terrible pollen. You may be right but you won't be Director of Communications for the Mayor of New York City this time next week and we learned of an entrenching by law in the governance of the National Hockey League and we learned as a consequence of sign that the wildest dreams of middle aged sports fans can come true. We have word that Dave Ayers Forty. Two years of age emergency support goaltender. We'll be forced into service here for the hurricanes and Harry comes number ninety for the Carolina. Hurricanes is Dave Ayers and the Arcane rules in question holds all home teams in the NHL have to designate an emergency goaltender to be called upon by the signed in the vastly unlikely event. That both they're starting and substitute. Goaltender are injured exactly. This misfortune befell the Carolina hurricanes on their visit to the Toronto Maple leafs Q. Forty two year old David as practice goal tend to fool the maple leafs whose day job is driving the ice resurfacing machine at a lower lead. Toronto Hockey Rink and who is also a survivor of skin? Cancer and a kidney transplant in the sappy matinee movie telling of such events. The unlikely hero would may be concede a couple of soft goals before summoning something superhuman from within himself and saving seven shots in the third period to help win the game in real life. However that's exactly what happened. Fray seconds left here's stopped by but Carolina hurricanes surround and defeat but Toronto. Maple leafs six. Three I'm sure that's sweater goes to the hall of fame. Number Ninety will live on for the Carolina. Hurricanes forty two years of age credit Jew as well to the defeated. Maple leafs home. Fans who stood to clap is off afterwards as was flown to Raleigh North Carolina as the hurricanes guest of honor. The next home game shirts bearing his name and one off number are a hot item at the Canes Team Store North Carolina Governor Voi- Kupa offered as honorary citizenship. And as for his part is seeking to use his brings blaze of spotlight to raise funds for kidney foundations. There isn't a punchline to this. It's just a really nice story. A commodity of which the world often seized short monocle twenty four. I'm Andrew Miller. You're listening to the briefing monocle. Twenty four it is Friday. It is last thing on Friday and that means it is time for Fernando Augusta per Chagos Globo countdown and philander. I will say and regular listeners will know that this is unusual. I'm actually quite looking forward to this because we are going to Ethopia so no pressure. This had better be good but like a of people I did get into that thing of being massively into those Ethiopia's records which released a few years ago wrapping up Ethiopia's rich nineteen seventies funk scene. Well and can I be honest with you Andrew? If you look at the top five I have a feeling that you might like some of it. Did you see that some of it? Not all of it But we're starting a very good note. Action Number five because he is an icon of if European pop music And he's actually fell political as well and he's also the man that has the best selling the open album of all time. So you know I. It is a big thing here. Let's have a listen and and tell me what you think. This is teddy are number five with Aston Devolved Russ. Let's hear it need selling on Teddy Afro. I've even heard of him and I believe on some of his records. That's a ripper that's amazing. That's the usual may never have happened before and one for one so far oh. I was reading more about his impressive. I mean how much is involved in European politics. I mean he's not a politician himself but he's tones are definitely just kind of about love. It's all about a change in the country. No so that's why he's an icon not only musically. He's got a very important voice There in US soccer as well for a massive broad section which we did just hear some of the yeah terrific record number full well the winner of European idol in two thousand fifteen and topping the charts lets you. It is just very happy. Music is at cu with by by Senate. Bill did not fill me with the blind murderous rage. I will say that for the Nikon. Say That about everything. Bring to the SLOP Fernando. Well I think Davita bitchy and as I said you know he won at European. I do I again every single country I find it fascinating I wonder who are the other competitors as well so I think I should do some extra research well talking about the you know what is also number three and but that's kind of a love song a little bit more of a ballot if I may say in music is usually very upbeat so they you know they do very well with that but let's hear it Davita. Cj again with UH Shaush are Jedi secretion by Mondo. That's alright that's alright and you're going to be happy to hear and do you know who is going to be back in number. Try because it's written down here in love with for the first time I think in the history of monocle twenty four a m hreik script is written here the language. I didn't know that you wrote and spoke American. Fernando I'm impressed. That's one of my hidden talents and again this song. I mean you're going to see that the audio perhaps. It's not perfect because he released an album. It's available in Youtube as well live in cone. Search thousand twenty. He did a massive concert in this about and he's you know he does very well. And there's so many people in the audience if you look at the video and from all sorts of ages I think I'd say he's in his mid forties. Sorry if I put more I mean a stripling executive. There were a lot of kind of young. Theo Pinson the crowd men women all sorts of ages. So again just just shows how of how an icon here. So this is steadier for it with live and constitute thousand twenty. Let's hear it was recorded on the phone with somebody waving their hands in the air like they just don't care it's an official video. Fisher here I then I start to worry that Teddy Afro. With all due respect to start at may be growing somewhat complacent because that does sound objectively dreadful. I mean he does make good records and and I like the music he makes but that was possibly not the ideal representation of them but is that what that says in America. Yeah that's exactly. What a minute. Well TO BE HONEST ACTUALLY. I do know what's what's has any inheritance is how the The youth European are enjoying themselves into his concert. Okay Fair enough well. Good luck photographer. I but neither he nor doubts idea number one. Somebody else has knocked them both off. Someone bringing fun to the charts His actually his similar age to Teddy Afro. He's goes scientists fire with SEC. This and have to say this is my favorite song from the top five. So I'm not sure if it's going to be your favorite. Let's hear it not good. I don't that's fine. Big Bro Section. See I'm I'm I'm basically pretty easily pleased in that respect and have used my you know in America skills. Here's because it's such is very sexy track. He's says he has a wonderful flavor. That beautiful tongue of yours okay. That's possibly more than we need. Ethiopian. Not Competing in Eurovision. I'm asking you as Eurovision Desk. Chief can you not make this happen? I like to open the borders. You know you know. Copious should be nearer vision. You know what I mean. I'm not a traditional. Listen that by Eurovision. Can you hear us that? Is Monaco? Twenty four zero revision desk chief speaking Fernando Augusta Per Sheku. Thank you as always joining us. That is all for today's briefing. It was produced by Greece. James Colors Rebelo and you'll environments research by Charlie German studio manage. It was Louis. I'm Andrea Mullah. Thanks for listening.
Creating chimeras for organ transplants and how bats switch between their eyes and ears on the wing
"Hello. Welcome to the science podcast for June twenty eight two thousand nineteen. I'm Sarah Crosby miss week show. I, I talked to staff writer, Kelly servic about the difficulties of making animal embarrass by adding stem cells from one animal to Emory of another with the ultimate goal of growing Oregon's, and I talked with Yossi Yeovil about how even though bats can detect a lot about the world around them using vision and echo occasion, joss learning. Now how they switch between these senses, and why and for this month's book segment hooks editor Valerie Thompson at talks Lucie. Jones about her work translating climate data into saw. Now we have Kelly survey staff writer for science. She's here to talk to us about making cameras from different animals high-calorie. I Sara, okay, what's Kamera? So I came. There is just any animal that has cells from two different species, or even from two different individuals of the same species. It's a mixed celled animal. Okay. How would one go about making Kamera? It totally depends on what you're trying to do. So cameras are involved in all kinds of experiments, where you are just sort of, in grafting human cells onto a mouse, for example, new study, like how a tumor grows like the famous ear on the back of a mouse. Yeah. So that would be Camargue animal. But the kind of camera that I wrote about this weekend. That's this. Some of these researchers are working on is kind of a more specific kind of camera where you would inject stem cells from one species into the very early stage embryo of another species, and so that would create an animal that was. Much more mixed animal, right? There are a lot more of those foreign cells radically, the ultimate goal of this research is to make organs. That's one big goal yet. A lot of these researchers are trying to grow a fully human organ in an animal probably eventually a livestock animal like a pig, where sheep. But if you introduce to sell so early in the development of the embryo, what would they do to get those cells to become specific organ inside an animal that unrelated animal? The hope is that you would genetically modify the embryo, I, though, that animal is not going to be able to develop a particular organ of interest, you'd kind of have an animal with a whole where that, Oregon should be. And then the introduced stem cells would sort of fill that niche as they develop an fill in the Oregon really interesting. How much of that has been done so far a little bit of that has been done in Rhode, and it says? Researchers have been able to create a mouse pancreas in Herat and a Pinkus in a mouse, and they've even been able to treat diabetes in a mouse by implanting pancreas tissue. Mouse pancreas tissue. That was grown in a rat's. Oh boy. So this is you're getting to the organ, transplant part. That's the thought of actually yet would have been some of the big hurdles to doing this. So after these really impressive mouse results it became clear that it was not going to be this easy with any species, and any random other species, and that's because I mean like frog and pick. Yeah. Or human and sheep. Right. So basically the cells from one species tend to not feel at home, in the embryo of another species, men, that's, especially a problem. If those two species are evolutionary very, far apart, further apart than a rat in a mouse. Right. So mouse on person, rotten person. What even though those are good animal models are not very narrowly close to us. Right. And so in. 2017 seventeen actually a paper came out where a group said, okay let's just try this and see how these cells do and they took human cells and put them into the embryo of a pig. And they even implanted that embryo into a surrogate pig and let them develop for I think three or four weeks. And when they took those embryos out and looked at them not only where about half of them really stunted and abnormally small, but even the ones that were normal size. They didn't have hardly any human cells in them had very, very few of these sort of inserted foreign cells. Developing the unlikely to live onto Megan Oregon. Yeah, it was encouraging that they survived at all. I think. But it wasn't. It did not leave. People thinking are at great, we're going to make these organs now or will. Once you get into human territory, once you start talking about putting human cells in a pig or mouse. That's when the ethical quandaries come up. What are some of the big questions that people have about, you know, the future of the signally, the biggest concern that people have is that if this were very successful and you're. Able to insert human cells into an embryo. And then end up with an animal that had a very large number of human cells. And you might have an unprecedented mixed between a human and an animal, and that's particularly concerning. If that host animal is a primate. That's very closely related to us in particular the concern as, if the human cells and up in the brain, right? Yeah, the, the two places that are most concerning, I think are the brain where theoretically, you know, human brain cells could confer some kind of special intelligence animal, or in the Goan ads where if you had a human sperm or egg cell than mating animals, with these cells could either result in a fully human embryo, or what's called a hybrid, which is where every single, Sal would be a mix between a human and another animal, which most people are not interested in seeing right. This sounds almost like sides fiction, the sounds really far out, but there are regulations in place. Even today that are trying to prevent something like that from happening. For example, Japan, some regulations although. Changed. Recently Japan is one of the few places. I know of that has actually put in place legal restrictions on creating cameras. A lot of other places that just hasn't sort of come to that, yet, it's more something that is being discussed by ethicists, but in Japan until recently, they had a restriction, that you couldn't create a human animal camera and grow it in a dish past fourteen days. And even if you weren't planning on implanting it, and in March that changed such that you could grow that embryo and also implant it into a surrogate with proper ethical permission from government board. Okay. So Japan may be taking on some new kinds of experiments in the next few years. Yeah, there have been locations now to try and grow human cells in rodents, and pigs and implant them, but remove those embryos before they came to term. What about here in the US? I know there's a lot of restrictions on embryo research, but does ascraeus Kamera territory a little bit. There are no legal restrictions. But the national institutes of health, which is the huge funder of, of this kind of research. A US has said that it will not review up locations or fund research that involves pudding human stem cells into a very early stage. Vertebrate non human embryo. So Ferber non-human means basically everything with the backbone, right? Talking frogs, pigs mice, lots of that you would wanna study you could not get an H funding to do out I but non government funded research could take place, it could on. And it has been has been taking place. What are the next steps for this research is sounds like who had a good start in the road models. But now as we get into primates or larger more. Evolutionary Lee close animals. Things are getting a little dodgy steps are getting smaller as seems laughing me. So the one of the things I wrote about this week was a p- reprint paper, that describes a chimpanzee cells growing in the embryo of a rhesus macaque monkey. So these are two pretty closely related primate species, where they were able to get the chimp cells to survive for a couple of days in a. Dish in the embryo of a monkey. They, you can't really develop that mbia much further without implanting it into a surrogate, mother. So that's something that these researchers are planning to do soon. Right. So they have to Evelyn early close non-human primates. That's right on the ideas that they, it would not be ethically reasonable to use human cells. As one of those two primates chimpanzees cells are sort of trying to stand in for the human cells. Right. Thinking is that if they can serve modify those cells in ways that make them more robust more able to survive in this foreign embryo, the same might apply to human? So at some point, you could put human cells macaque at some point, you would jump over, but probably probably you would be trying to get those human cells into a pig or sheep. It would not be very for one thing, economically feasible to dry and have a lot of primates someday producing human organs, at scale, it would make more sense, with a livestock animal in now have heard of growing organs in other animals, like pigs. But. Not using this approach are those methods much further along. Are they gonna happen before we end up is going to work before the camera system works? It seems like it probably will that approach Zeno transplantation, his where you would genetically modify pig so that its organs were more compatible with a human recipient, but it's still a pig organ. And so that approach already has, you know companies behind it that are testing how long pig organs can survive in non human primate. Right. But this camera research, they don't even have the organs yet. Right. So it's, it's much earlier days. But there's also this, this optimism that eventually, you would end up with an organ, that was human. And that would be an even better match for the person that needed an organ. All right. Thank you so much Kelly. Thank you, Sarah. Kelly servic is a staff writer for science. You can find a link to her article at science, MAG dot org slash podcast. Stay tuned for an interview with Yossi yo Val about how bats choose between vision and echo. -cation. This episode has been brought to impart by Magellan TV Magellan TV is a new type of documentary streaming membership founded by filmmakers and producers that brings together premium content that dives deep into diverse subjects and interests. Stay current with the latest findings and gain insight into the topics you're passionate about wanna know more about the nature of a black hole, or where climate change is taken us. These are the stories of Magellan TV Jalen TV offers documentary movies series and exclusive playlists on John rouse, like science space history in nature. 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How do we integrate sensory input sights smells, sounds into our perception of the world around us? When does vision dominate overhearing? There are a lot of challenges to answering these types of questions and this week, a research group writing and science advances worked with Egyptian fruit bats to get some interesting perspective on the sensory. Trade-offs Yossi Yeovil is here to talk about this high Yossi. Why are bats a good model for working on understanding which senses are used? And when most people think that Besse blind, but the actually all can see and the specific species that we will working with Egyptian football sees very well, if you just look at the photo of this bathroom incident has is most bats also have this six cents, which allows them to perceive, the world using sound which we call it location. This makes him very interesting. In terms of. Integrating to distill, censoring, modalities. Okay. If you think of yourself, you integrate vision and hearing, but these two censoring without is give you very different types of perception with bats both allegation. Envision give you high resolution this input about surrounding. He had a number of really unique setups that you're able to use to tease out what the bats are using. And when can you describe, you know, one of these experiments where you had to train the bats in his room, and they had to use one cents over the other the easiest spine and maybe one of the most interesting one was draining bats on a classification dusk. So they have to differ between two objects. Basically, you do it like you turn a dog you reward them for landing on one object, and not on the other. In this case, the objects were two cubes, but one Q head holes in it. And one is not once they showed very convincingly that they can on the best. So they would only let all land on the correct objects, then for the first time we tested them using vision. So until that moment they've never seen the targets and the question was candy. John's firm was the information into a visual representation. How do they do on this task when new flipped on the lights and let them use their vision? So first of all, you have to allow them to use vision. But you also have to eliminate echo Gatien, and we did this by placing the targets or that the two objects inside transparence boxes. So they're reflection their images identical, but visually you can see the differences between them. The truth is at some of the band's phone, amazingly, well while others did not. But for me even if one endurance and you can prove that, it is really using visions that we had proved that it's not using, for example, faction or something else. Then it means that they can do it because there are many reasons for the band's not to perform the past, for example, when we don't on the light, we stopped, rewarding them, we don't feed them anymore because we don't want to learn the dark it's again visually right? We taught them based on reward, which is correct goose, what we do not want to train them, visually never stop warning them. So the best weekend, okay. Don't get rewarded when the light is on. Why should I perform at all still about half the bachelor able to performance, which proves to me? That some extending and translate at goes in fish, while representation, so you found into your experiments that they can make this transfer. But you also found that they seem to have a preference that in some cases, they use vision in some cases. These echo location with circumstances. Did they seem to prefer one modality over the other prefer vision in many situation? Much more than we would expect right? And just because vision gives you very high special resolution. So education is very good for if you're in complete darkness. Of course, I go Gatien Rivera's. There's no question. There is also very good for ranging if you're a fruit bed like the ones we've worked with, and you want to land on the target, then occasion, gives you accurate distance information, which is hard to get with vision. But in most cases visually give you the resolution. So we ran to different experiments in one experiment. We asked about once again to differ win two objects. In this case, we had a triangle. And a cylinder. Unlike the previous experiment, we're allowed them to use both vision NFL rotation. So both were Venables than the echo. There was also light in the room later on weeks. Salmon them using Bondi, one of them is, so I think darkness or by placing objects in this transparent cubes like we did before. So eliminating the possibility of using the other on. And that something was that is the used this analogy before they when weekly from the target only with this modality and what we saw is that when allowing the use vision immediately before the dust. So they definitely use vision when they were trained. But when letting them use only location, they did not perform the suggesting that even though the echo Kate it during the training, they did not use this information in order to distinguish within the dark. It's interesting, you ascribe that to the high level of resolution that vision gives them in most circumstances. Do you think that other bats with less acute vision? Might behave differently. Yes, I just say, one more sentence about this bans in Atlanta, new, and that is that where the using location that goes back to what I said before were probably using ovation to the range west that this is Dr into into intellectually, and yes, I think you've completely right? We know that other species is not rely on vision to the same extent. A very simple rule of thumb is you look at the size of the eyes of the relative dudes, and you can see that somebody's have really tiny my new dies in probably don't use them, and those probably not a rely on vision classify targets. What was it like working with bats in these types of experiments? I mean how easy are they to train compared with some of the other animals used for this kind of testing? So first of all, I should say that all of the experiments performed by these events such little village. So she was the one actually spending many, many hours, the best, but I have done sewing the best. So I can also if some. Feeling of power out, is the main problem when you're trying to animals like bats, or any animal, I would say, there's a huge long in which the animal is afraid of you and then doesn't understand put attendance in human therms doesn't understand what you're asking you did once you best days, then you can really ask whether Dan was able or not to say on a more personal note. I can say that, you know, when you spend many hours with was the dog first of all, you observe them laws than you get to know them very well. But they also get to know you very well. So when I trained bats in the past, they would recognize me by voice, they would depend on me entirely. Why would enter the room they would immediately come in land on me and expect say reward? So you, you develop a personal connection with. Yeah. Going back to understanding these trade-offs. And when these modalities are used how do these results that you found help us understand further sensory integration, and the trade offs that we make? Yes, of course, there is the, the bachelor over, there is a general the more general Levin on the bat novel, I would say really understand a few things we understand more and more about the importance of vision in getting people into neglect. This thinking aggregation is such a wonderful thing study. Putting me myself, by the way, but we realize more and more than vision is very important. There's a very fundamental question in rotation. And that is what kind of perception, using location. So some people with both the question as a Ken bats reconstruct, the three the image of the world using echoes is possible. We don't know. And there are a lot of debates about this. And since you cannot enter the bats brain or be about it's probably impossible to answer. But I think experiments of the kind that we've done can. Allow you to get a better understanding of the answer to this question, because, you know, we've now shown that the bad can perceive an object with holes and translate this into a visual preservation so by training, the bat on different three d shapes acoustically then testing, it's vanity do the from the dust visually, we can get ever better understanding of what kind of Brazil Bachchan it is able to build using sonar using sound. And what about the general level kind of abstracting away from the bat as your seven year opening into sensory integration is a big question. There's more and more evidence for example, the brain regions, even humans that were previously believed to be auditory only or visual only now realize that they're actually processing intercessory. They don't. I think that's just fascinating models. Because they have this strong reliance modalities and indeed, one of the future plans to look into their brain, for example, using genetic marines in order to try to understand. Which brain regions are in charge of processing gave mention coming on the vision. Michael Gatien separately or together, you've worked with robots that are built to some extent like that. In the past is this research going to contribute to that work as well? Yeah. So it's funny just because originally the robot was supposed to be multi. Sensory robot was supposed to have vision affection is while I was in charge on the of the goose part, the truth is we never got really integrating vision with probation on his robots. But definitely that's part of the idea in whenever people talk about robotics, and the advantage of sonar. I, I always say it's not there's not to replace vision because we know the cameras give you a lot of formation, they there's still some integrated vantage of each of the sensors and get the robo together. Okay. Thank you so much for talking with me. You'll see Val is a professor in the school of zoology and Sahgal school of neuroscience. At Tel Aviv university, you can find a link to his science advances paper at science, MAG dot org slash podcast. Please stick around for our books like -ment up next with books editor Valerie Thompson, and size mal just Lucie Jones. Welcome back to the book segment of the science podcast. I'm Valerie Thompson. The book review editor here at science and today, our guest is size Malla, just Lucie Jones. Who's here to talk not about earthquakes, about another existential threat facing humanity climate change, and she's not actually going to be discussing a book, we're actually going to be chatting about a haunting new song that she's composed. That allows listeners to hear earth. Temperature data over the last hundred thirty eight years. Before we get into the song itself. Can you tell me what was about climate change that caught your attention wasn't because it was something that we're all talking about now? Was it a natural extension of your research was it something in your personal life that made it really resonant for you? As a researcher disaster science, I can see that what's coming with climate change is going to be boarding the earthquake risk for most parts of the country. It comes something that we really have to, to grab a with, as I was completing the piece, actually, my son entered a PHD program in climate science. So it's added a very personal touch to it as well. So the first time that I listened to the song, I was like this is such a perfect way to communicate that urgency of global warming. But I don't think I would have come up with that myself was something about the data that made you think I should write a song about this. It was a odd confluence where someone else a cellist in an atmospheric scientist had made a video. That just had taken the climate day and turn the temperature in the pitch and just played it. And of course that's just a random series of notes at the same time. I was at a meeting of the villa dicamba society of America, and taking a class in a traditional style of music called in nominee where one of the instrument voices in a group of instruments plays, what call the contest firmness Abass song. And it was the juxtaposition of those two events seeing the climate eight at the same time I was really looking at how that music of nominee was constructed in played that I got the idea of putting it together. Just the climate data. There's no cadences. There's no court progressions. It's just random notes. You don't perform it in that sense. It's just a sound. The piece is called in nominate terra Collins, which is Latin for in the name of a warming earth. So let's talk about the structure. How did you? Interpret the global temperature data musically. Okay. So I took this idea from that. I had seen where came up with the scaling function. So it's point zero three degrees centigrade represents a half step in pitch. So there's twelve half steps in an active, so point three six degrees. Centigrade is an octave change, and that I just arbitrarily started it at a pitch that allowed us to go to the lowest note on the instrument for the coldest, as and three octaves above that, which is the top of the comfortable range for a veal Madamba, and that was in, in twenty thirteen when I first made that scaling when I was finally finishing it up and realize it had been several years. I needed to add a few more years of data. I ended up having to go another fifth higher because of rice in temperature Justin's twenty thirteen which literally took the piece off the end of the fingerboard of the instrument Michaeli play it because. That's a harmonic but it's literally the highest note that can be played on the instrument now. So we'll play a longer passage at the end of the segment. But let's listen to short clip here. So you've mentioned, the Bill at, but tell me about that instrument. Veal the Gumbo is a quite old instrument. It evolved parallel to the violin family. So it's a bio, and in the sixteenth, and seventeenth century, very common form of music, was a vile consort group of these instruments playing together. It ended up losing popularity because it was the aristocrats instrument. So when Cromwell's revolution happened in England, his people destroy most of the vials in England less than a hundred survive and then marie-antoinette played the Gumbo. So the French revolution had a way of sort of finishing the the end but at the early twentieth century people started bringing it back. And when I went to college in the nineteen seventies was the beginning of what was called the early music movement. And I got the. -tunities to study in college and play at an of have kept with it ever since somebody, I know called the vile concert music, a musical dinner conversation where you have ideas and you pass them back and forth than at this point in music of Lucien. It is much more an instrument that people play together in share rather than as much performance instrument. And how does it feel to, to play this song as compared to some more traditional piece that you might play? It's, it's rather in the style of the older us, we used to joke that once I discovered the seventeenth century, I never saw his return to the twentieth. So it's music that I've lived with for many years in. So what I wrote is more in that style. It is a very odd experience to be performing music. I wrote that's a first for me at the end of a pretty long life. That's involved a lot of playing the Dhamma and it's exciting. It's the first time I've had music. That's got a reason to be played beyond the music. No. I think that's what helped me get over my reticence to share music. I wrote, it's much more personal than sharing a scientific. Publication time. I'm sure I'm sure must be so strange to hear someone else playing. You know, something that came out of your mind and the recording of it is actually done by a professional group. We had a premier performance at the natural history museum here in Los Angeles. And I played the data line partly, of course because I'm the scientist, the others were all professionals and part of this tradition was having this conscious firms line. That was drawn out. It was also much simpler line play. So when you had a aristocratic patron, who thought himself a good player and probably thought himself better than he actually was you could invite him to play with you because he would be given the Connah's firms part on, and you could have a lower level, person playing with you. So I thought it was rather appropriate that I played the Connah's firmness while the professionals played the rest of. And for you, which came first was it your passion for music, or for science or did they kind of evolve together? They very much evolved together. My father was an aerospace engineer and a pianist, I grew up in a Welsh family where the only question was switching instrument, you played. On whether you play. And have you ever tried to put any of your own data to music before or this project inspired you to try to do that? Earthquakes are harder because they actually are frequency based had temporarily based. There's not a right, the scaling function, actually, there's another US, GSI's Malla, just guy, Mandy Michael very good trombone, est who wrote a piece for trombone soprano cello. An earthquake and use earthquake recordings as the percussion line in the peace. I've performed that with him, but I sort of feel like he already did that idea. I can't imagine trying to copy from that. Okay with that. We'll wrap up the book segment this month, but not without letting you hear a bit more of a nominate Tarik. That concludes this edition of the science podcast Blyleven comments, or suggestions for the show, right to us at sides podcast at eight s dot ORG. You can subscribe as a show on, I tunes, Stitcher, Spotify, many other places, or he been listen on the science website, that science MAC dot org slash podcast there. You'll find links to the research and news disgust in the episode to place out of the podcast. Contact mineral dot com. The show is produced by Sarah Crespi and edited by podgy Jeffrey cut composed the music on behalf of science magazine publisher. Triple, thanks for joining us.
Hearing Hiroshima (Rebroadcast)
"Hey everybody. This is John E win host and producer of seen on radio. We're between seasons and I gotta be honest any season five plans are way off so Thank you for your patience? But There isn't important anniversary this week and we have this episode from season. One that we know a lot of you have not heard because you've come to the show more recently. So we decided to re posted here. When you hear the word Hiroshima. What's the first visual image that comes to mind? A mushroom cloud. That event of August Sixth Nineteen forty-five and results. Though we may not want to really face the results on the ground and most of us have seen those mushroom cloud pictures so many times. I guess people outside of Japan hearing the word Hiroshima. Don't think very much about the actual place. least of all, the modern place, a city on Japan's Kyushu Island with a million plus people and houses and markets office buildings and a pro baseball team. Seventy five years after Hiroshima the event. Most of the people who lived through that day in the city are gone. But twenty five years ago. Thousands of atomic bomb survivors still lived in Hiroshima. In nineteen ninety-five and interviewed some of them I've lived in Japan for two years in the eighties and spoke the language kind of. I went back in ninety five to make a documentary for the fiftieth anniversary of the bombing for Minnesota public radio and Public Radio International. This is a rebuilt version of that nine hundred, ninety, five piece. We I put out this version on CNN radio in two, thousand sixteen. A, lot of books and articles and documentaries about Hiroshima asked whether the bombing was justified or they explore. Meta issues about its meaning in the wider world how it gave birth to the nuclear age. I went there to find out something else. What was it like and what did the world's first atomic bombing mean in the place where it happened. Most of the voices, you'll hear over the next half hour are silent now. Their voices of Hiroshima. The. Places where history happened often test the imagination. You can put up a monument or plaque. But. Make it easy to picture bloody battle or a disaster. This place. Is, gleaming city with its shiny trains and green lawns and bright flowers. It asks you to Imagine Armageddon. The recorded announcement reminds passengers getting off the train be careful not to forget anything. There are explicit reminders at the heart of the city where the ISO bridge crosses the motel Yossi River. Bridges Distinctive t shape gave the pilot of the Nola gay his target on August sixth. Forty five. The bomber scored near. Bullseye. On the west side of the river, there's a thirty foot clock tower built after the war. The designer gave it twisted steel girders. A reference to the five thousand degree heat blast. The atomic bomb code named little boy exploded seventeen hundred feet overhead at eight fifteen that morning. So every morning at eight fifteen. The clock sounds. Ave also. The BUNDYS. would. Come Shell. Got You not. We are just about to eat the breakfast and it flashed. I thought lightning that strange. But then kitchen windows shuttered. Poll. Mouth. What I cover my face with my hand. And then I was flown somewhere. I don't know where the. To show you. The House Tomba's down and knock me out my four year old Charles came to me. I took her in my arms, but then I lost consciousness while. Cordial. Selection right you will. Show I jumped out the window, the factory and looked toward center here shimmer. Enormous quiet mushroom student sky. The White, the mushroom rose higher and higher. Then, a deep red mushroom also rose up. Dr Wasn't incredible thing. Knicks up pitch dark mushroom burrowed off a creek. From Taking. The numbers you here for the death toll are just a rough gas. The bomb went out all physical traces of thousands of lives including the census records that showed those people ever existed. But, estimates say that in a sprawling city of three or four, hundred, thousand about one third roughly a hundred thousand died. Fifty years later in. Nineteen ninety five. It was said that more than one hundred, thousand a-bomb survivors still lived in Hiroshima. But even then most residents had moved in from elsewhere or were born after the war. Kinkel you'll good key most. I. Oh I come here often. Just because. It's park near the center of the city. It's quiet. She's a good. Yuki Sumida twenty years old was sitting on a bench beside the river before catching a streetcar to her job at the meat to be she planned. She was sitting almost in the shadow of the atomic bomb dome a ruin of the former Hiroshima. Industrial Promotion Hall. The city preserves the crumbled stone and brick building as a photogenic symbol of nuclear devastation. The ruin is capped by the STEEL SKELETON OF BUILDINGS DOMED ROOF Yuki. Tells me she passes this spot every day but she and friends her age don't give much thought to what happened here dim honest at the. This year. Buddy. It doesn't come up in conversation. It's talk for the past generation. Even, within Japan people here, hero Shema and there are only image is the atomic bomb. Having the airbomb on you as much of image for a city. Lots of people in the city would rather be known for their baseball team the Hiroshima Carp. Most of Japan's pro baseball teams were formed by big corporations in the metropolises of Tokyo and Osaka. In Hiroshima, local residents took up a collection to start their team in the nineteen fifties despite their post war poverty. This is all explained to me by my companion at the game mitsuhiro Yoshida he's a reporter for the local paper around this stadium there was a lot of Shabby houses. And Huge Islam- now glass buildings with flashing neon signs tower over the grandstand. The CARP won the Japan series three times in the nineteen seventies and eighties. Their fans are among the proudest and the rowdiest and the Japanese league. Baotou Euro. says the CAR are proud symbol of their towns rebirth. And of the determination of its people. A. Fish. Is. Sometimes climb up. Waterfalls. They Song. Grave. But for some in Hiroshima, rebirth is not as important as memory. On an April Day in Nineteen ninety-five five busloads of sixth-graders filed into an auditorium at the Hiroshima. Peace Culture Foundation. The kids from across Japan visit by the thousands every year get to hear directly from hypoxia explosion sufferers. On this day the speaker, his Michie. Koyama. ALGA. A forceful sixty, five year old woman with black hair wearing a navy blue suit. She tells the children that on that morning fifty years before an air raid warning went off in an American B twenty nine made a reconnaissance flight over Hiroshima? The all clear sounded just before eight o'clock. Most people including me Chico left their neighborhood air raid shelters. She walked toward the city center where she worked for the wartime. Mobilized Youth. It's still a mystery why the Japanese air defenses did sound a warning when the nola gay approach the city. I heard the sound of an airplane. I saw the flash it very beautiful Kalos blue and yellow. Very beautiful. I did not know it would burn my face. Miss Yamaoka. Had Cosmetic Surgery Twenty seven times. She tells the children that until recently she was embarrassed by her leathery burn scars. For years she lived with her mother hid from view. She finally came to believe she had a duty to talk about the a bomb look the worst nine on. The sort of the since. China this. Must Have Been O. Corcoran. Rookies. I wanted to become an old tail. Until I die I can't forget these wounds in my heart, the tragedy I. So with these is. Figure, but the nation is that piece. People are trying to forget. Maybe. That's human nature. Some of the Hypoxia with talked about their frustration that others could not fathom what they'd lived through. In Japan attacked and reticence are highly valued. Especially when it comes to uncomfortable subjects. But some Hypoxia tell Grizzly a-bomb stories eagerly. must now more miatas to get you know year mean knuckle picked up. The muscles. Joe Everywhere I looked up houses were flat and. Like frogs that someone had stamped on. I thought there is a not such thing that would destroy like this. I. I met a group of forty or fifty people walking along mindlessly. Walk with your hands out in front of them like ghost. Their Barron and brister all over their bodies. They have their hands up because your skin was peeling off their arms till he didn't. GET THOSE TERRO- Cocco. Radical. mean. You everybody was shivering saying water water water long Faucet was working a little bit. So people lined up to drink from their hand then they through the year, all liquid my children and is through our two columns auto. KANAWHA. Auto. People went to drink water on the levers and tipped over and died right there. Hotta Tien seven levers flowing through here Shema. Seventy of US had Baris and Baris frothing in them what. The go on still buying you O'CONNELL. And deal was to kid boy and girl saying mother mother screaming their mother's name all night long. I looked again in the morning the children's breathing head stopped. The soldier dug a big hole and through the bodies in together. Put The counting on them and burn them. Story hate. She was. Telling Your Dust Mero Body Bari's hung over the entire city. Hall Smell Kit hung over the city until about the end of the year. Has Being a lot of talk about the hey bomb. About smear hasn't been reported much. The indescribable smell that time the Smith of dead bodies I will never forget. The. Other Wahdat him. For atomic bomb survivors the lesson of Hiroshima is simple and clear. Nuclear Weapons should never have been used and must never be used again. But for millions of Japan's Victims and enemies. The mushroom cloud over? Hiroshima. And Nagasaki stood for other things liberation survival. Even Fair Punishment There's a common perception in the west Japan has not owned up to its crimes and the world. War. Two period the way Germany has. and. There is a clear difference between those two former axis allies at the level of their national governments. Japan's Asian neighbors complained decade after decade the country's textbooks gloss over Japanese aggression. Japan didn't agree until Twenty fifteen to pay reparations to the few remaining comfort women the estimated two, hundred, thousand. Korean. Women forced into sexual slavery during the war. But I met many thoughtful Japanese including bomb survivors. Who showed pain awareness of their military government's actions leading up to August sixth nineteen forty-five. This is from a poem by Sada Coke Uri Hora. Hiroshima native who the bomb. See Hero Shema and here, par harbour. Say here's. Shame. In here rape of Nanjing. Say. Hero, Shema. In here of women in into thrown into trenches. Doused with gasoline and burned alive in Manila. That we may say here Shema. In here in reply gently. hero. Team. We must cleanse our filthy hands. Hiroshima's Buccino. Harbor was a center of Japanese shipbuilding and a major port for the navy during the country's years of Asian conquest. Since the war, the harbor serves commercial ships, passenger ferries, and fishing boats. Moon she kong and his wife run a Korean restaurant near the harbour. Guys. have. Japanese. Say we the only victims? They are victims in one sentence but as the ones who started the war, they also perpetrators. A heavy responsibility. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, five, Congress, Seventy, seven years old and leader of the Korean Residents Union in Japan. Said not only the Japanese government not fully owned up to its aggression against its Asian neighbors. The country also failed to acknowledge that many atomic bomb victims were non-japanese already been victimized by Japan. conches family moved to Hiroshima in Nineteen Twenty nine to escape poverty in his homeland after Japan Colonized Korea. The A bomb killed his father and brother. Listen conclusion than Riera August. There were two types of Koreans living in Hiroshima. People like me who have come to to settle. And others who when the war heated up. Well. As cold draftees foster Labor's. About the fifteen percent of old atomic bomb victims will Koreans. There were China's to. But they were smaller numbers some hundreds. The Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum at long displayed artifacts of the atomic bombing. The burnt clothing of children, photos of charred bodies. A set of stone steps imprinted with the shadow of a man vaporized by the blast. But for decades, there was almost no reference to the war that preceded August sixth. Finally in the nineties after long debate, museum officials opened a new wing. It described Hiroshima's role as a center of Japanese, militarism before and during the war. Hiroshi Kodama was the museum's curator again Buck Dot Kahlil full taking style. To Sing Not Muslim, we do not want to present a one-sided view of the atomic bombing. We must have present the bomb in the larger context of the war and look again at the ways in which you're Shumar participated in that war. The new museum wing documents, the military education that Hiroshima's children got during the war years. It shows women practicing with bamboo spears that the government issued to all. In preparation for US invasion. And there's a photo of Lantern Parade held in Hiroshima in Nineteen thirty seven. Celebrating the Japanese capture of the Chinese capital Nanjing. Where Japanese soldiers slaughtered Chinese civilians In. Nineteen Die Jacksonville you got. The Nanjing Massacre. There are Japanese who say it didn't happen. But. It is a fact that when Japan where I'm at the Theo Nanjing. Various bootle and tragically events. Happen. Is for the number of victims some say it was more than three hundred thousand others say, no, it was twenty to thirty thousand. So? Yes. Mr Kodama says Japan needs to acknowledge its atrocities. But he argues it's still appropriate that the central message of the museum is a cry against nuclear weapons to. New. It's well known that nuclear weapons were used against human beings for the first time in your Shema. We think it's your role to present what that was like. So people all over the ward will understand that this must never be repeated. This must never be repeated. It's almost a mantra in Hiroshima. It's also the kind of language used by survivors of the Nazi Holocaust. Some Japanese argued that dropping nuclear bombs on civilian populations was a crime comparable to the Holocaust. What makes the weapons uniquely cruel is the way they continue to kill and disfigure. Seventy. Nine year old Kunis. Oh, Hatanaka and his daughter Yuriko lived in a tiny house in Iwo Kuni an hour train ride outside of her Oshima. Eurico was middle aged nineteen ninety-five with some grays in her hair. She couldn't read the newspaper she rustled in her hands. She stared vacantly at the paper and asked again and again whether her favourite Samurai actor would be on TV that night. Her father answered Yes yes. Over and over. Can You? Can Knock again. King. King. You know. He did. I was not there for the a bomb. I was a soldier on Skoko Island. My family wasn't hero, Shema They survived the bombing. This child was born after the fact. And all my family, the impact of the bomb grew with time. The elder hotter knock explained that his daughter was born in February nineteen, forty, six with microcephaly. Thirty babies born with severe mental retardation in Hiroshima and Nagasaki in the months after the atomic bombings. That's five times the normal number of mentally handicapped children in that timeframe. Doctors believe nuclear radiation babies and we're developing in their mothers wounds when the bombs fell. That the hot has other child an infant at the time died of radiation sickness a few weeks after the bombing. The Father Kunis. Thinks radiation also caused the cancer that killed his wife in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, eight. Years later, the aging father and daughter spend their days sitting in his small shop in the front of their house. Or Watching Samurai movies on video. Who? You in that. She had booked. But she cannot read she cannot take care of herself. She needs my help to go to the bathroom or take a bath. After fifty years she had the interacting IQ of a child two years and three months old. She's just a baby. In the months and years after the bombing thousands of survivors, he box Shah showed the of a-bomb disease, bleeding gums, hair loss, red spots showing through the skin. Some. Who got the symptoms died others recovered. A, thirty year study found that among a-bomb survivors who got a high dose of radiation the cancer rate was sixty percent above normal. In my interview with Michie Koyama Yamaoka. The survivor who told her story to school children. She mentioned almost as an afterthought that he had cancer Motoko Okudaira I'm sixty five GONNA win. So maybe it's the thickness of old as. My aunt, an uncle died of stomach cancer. Before they died they vomited black blood. Now, I think that was radiation. You always wonder if it's in your body to. You worry with us. That's not every day with fear. One this. One this. Won The money to myself. Many. He box show also lived out there days poor and alone outcasts in their own country. A person's genetic pedigree is so important in Japan that some families higher investigators to check into the health backgrounds of prospective bride and grooms. a-bomb survivors were seen as damaged goods. Sixty three year old Katsumi. Fuca meets who lived in a nursing home in central. Hiroshima one set up especially for he boxer. He was healthy but one side of his face had a big yellowish scar and one ear was partly burned away. Medium. It I take. Car I've lived the misery of life this fifty years I couldn't find a work nobody would hire me. They'll say. It's one of those a-bomb victims from Hiroshima. And I couldn't get the bride because of these cars. Do. You understand what I'm saying. These are the facts. You may your. Luggage. Some a-bomb survivors to the world outside Japan overlooked they're suffering for the same reason that it failed to condemn the country that dropped the atomic bombs. That is because winners get to write history. Again, this is coney's Haka the father of the Mentally Handicapped. Eureko. Any. From using. Fires the once we lost the war, our total leaders were arrested convicted war crimes and executed, but America won the war. So two months and the others who dropped the bomb on your Shema they got away with it. If, they had gone through the war crimes trial the people who dropped the atomic bombs. have. been punished doom. Shortly after the atomic bombing rumors swirled through Hiroshima. The city would be uninhabitable for decades maybe a century. Plants and trees would never grow in the city again. Those rumors were wrong. Life. was more tenacious. Fifty years later, teenagers practice hip hop steps on the green lawns of the Peace Park. picnickers laugh drink socket and the cherry trees. Peace activists asked for donations from tourists. And people from out of town stroll past the monuments the eternal peace flame. This the hopefully. Not We must go there. It's real peaceful. Isn't it? A good place. People Gathering and having fun. There's no such place you might tell. Much you. Look the. Now, Co Mizuho Lives in central Japan, she's visiting Hiroshima for the first time dropping off her daughter at a local university. Sitting on a bench in the park, she manages to find an almost happy ending to the a-bomb story. Through all the wars since World War Two she points out. No country has again resorted to nuclear weapons. Now coat says that's a gift that Hiroshima and Nagasaki gave the world. Scott. Neighbor. Unique. Sima you'll pathetic. Demo. Cutters so the gamble go. If they wouldn't have dropped it on. Hiroshima. They would have used it somewhere. The results were publicized. So we knew what kind of thing it was. The Anti Nuclear Movement was born and now the weapons can't be used. So he will seem as really unlucky. Talk. But there are people have been saved by Ashim. The notion of having sacrificed for the piece of others does not comfort me Chico Yamaoka whose face was burned by the bomb. She tells visiting schoolchildren and anyone else who asks. That they're still far too little piece in the world to feel Hiroshima has been heard. He got this. My anger or the Korean would get the Montana. I want to cling it at nations. The Japanese nation started the war. The United States dropped the Tomich. Bombs. Wars are started by nations. But it's we who suffer. Civilians regular people. issue. I detest war. Another morning along the Moto Yasu Review. Across from the clock that chimes every day at eight. Fifteen. I strike up a conversation with a gray haired man in a tweed jacket sneakers and a cotton fishing cap. He's squatting on a stone walkway in front of a small easel sketching the atomic bomb dome. Hiroshi Hara is sixty three, a retired railroad employees. He smiles easily gently. But he tells me when he looks at the Dome and the river, He sees August nineteen, forty five. WILL ALLOW To quarrel. Took it oh. Call King. Even now, muster now, if I walked up places that I walked then. I can remember scenes I. saw them. The appearance has changed completely. But it's still there inside my head. But. Now, this building is all that remains as a symbol of those places. Day. The BOMB MR happened to be out of town visiting his grandmother island across the bay. He saw the mushroom cloud from a distance. He came back the next day to find the rivers filled with floating burnt bodies. Among the dead where hundreds of his schoolmates. Mr Hara, worries that when he boxer gone. No one will be left to get the story across. To make people feel what it was like. After, we talk for a while he gives me one of his finished rendering of the Dome Ruin. It's detailed pencil drawing painted over delicate watercolour. Very. Light Tans and Grays and blues. Royal meet that yes. I she got it in this. Everybody looks at my paintings and said. The is so gentle. I cannot use colors such as red and black. On that August seven. I so chart black and lots of blood flowing. So my paintings not try to come out like this. And I paint with water I drove from this river. Why Because this river sold the Euro Shimmer of dot all six and after. All. disregarded. It knows. In a lot of people die to seeking water from this river. DEUCE water. House memories to. Oh. My thanks across the miles and the years to the people of Hiroshima who spoke with me. Msci Co, Yarmulke the hypoxia whose face was burned died in two, thousand, thirteen she was eighty two. The voice overs were by Yoko Breckenridge Yaas. Mata Yoshi Noriaki McKee Gene Kim Causa Koshiba Tomoko Fujiuwara. And Yoshi Mao. John Sheriff was the technical director for the original version of this dock. It was called. Hiroshima the river remembers. That peace and this one are Minnesota public radio productions from American, public media. Our website is seen on radio DOT ORG. We're on facebook and twitter at seen on radio. If you're new to the show. Welcome. By all means subscribe. Seen on radio comes to you from CDs center, for Documentary Studies at Duke University.
66. Aha Moments
"Hello Peter Jen- Yes. This is what I sound like today. workshy I'm okay. I'm feeling okay. It's just a little frog has jumped into my throat so enjoy Oy enjoy the dulcet tones of today's voice my friends so Peter Occasionally we reference the amazing thing Dr Michael Jordan and. I've heard him say that. He measures success by how many times the hair around his neck stands up in a day like how many times he gets chills in a day and I think I like to measure my successes by how many a ha moments I have in a day or how many homes I can help other people to have in a day and I thought it might be fun since we're nearing the end of twenty nineteen to unpack our favorite Aha moments of the a year like it. A little reflection on the year favored armaments. Let's do it. You may an a frog in your throat. This he's the long short of it. Ribbit ribbit okay. Frog do you want to kick off with your favourite favorite who is favorite or most impactful. Armament maybe come to light. Yes their favorite their impactful also so some of them were like upsetting in the moment I I just quickly jotted down a little list I have I have three real ones and a fourth sort of many share. Maybe we could go back come forth like a Little Ping Pong Ping Pong. We're playing. Let's do it all right. A hommant number one apt tell story in order for this to make any sense once upon a time I was doing some work with the National Young Arts Foundation Incredible Organization. I can't remember if I've ever shared this on this podcast before. But even if I have it's worth repeating the amazing master artist bill t Jones was leading an interdisciplinary workshop with a bunch of young artists across about a dozen different artistic disciplines in the visual performing and literary arts. Yeah and what he did was he. I asked everyone who identified as a creative artists to raise their hands so everyone in the room raise their hands and then he started inviting certain groups to put their hands down dancers. Put Your hands down instrumentalists. Put Your hands down vocalist. Put Your hands down actors put your hands down Cetera et CETERA. If you are a writer keep your hand up a choreographer etcetera so you could sort of feel the room be like What's going on here? And then he said if you are an interpretive artist raise your hand singers. You should have your hands up dancers actors and you sort of fell. This major Aha moment dawning on everyone in the room that in the world of artistry there are people who make things out of nothing and there are people who make things out of something and that is the distinction between a creative artists. Someone who is a creator who makes something from nothing and an interpretive artist someone who interprets interprets something that already exists so with that in mind my number one big moment of twenty nineteen was the moment that I realized why I was having trouble with my writing. What was keeping me from moving my writing and forward? I think I've mentioned on the Castro for that. I'm working on a book and I was feeling the wheels start to turn so slowly. It felt like it was going to stop. And then I realized that I had been saddling myself with the pressure of being a creative artist and believing that my book was the equivalent of creating something from nothing And when I gave myself permission to be an interpretive artist and to use my book as away to interpret what I see and what I'm experiencing and just reframed it as this is one of the ways I use my art to interpret. I was able to get the wheels going again and it was a big Aha one that I intend to have over and over again. Anytime I feel myself itself slowing down. Yes I love that. I love that I love that. Okay my turn my turn so I was thinking thinking that there was a an Aha moment here in relation to proactive and reactive. But what I've actually realized in this moment in thinking about it was. There's a visit an Alabama been behind the Aha moment if you like and the the Aha Moment is the amazing and positive impact of walking and talking and that sounds elaborate ridiculous. I know let me explain so my good friend. Josh Jackson who has a podcast called the daily show with his friend Tommy Jacket Shoutout He and I walk once a week. And we've started doing this this year. We spend two hours often on a Monday between six thirty. I tonight thirty I am walking and talking and there is no agenda. There is no rules on what happens. We just walk walk and we inevitably end up talking about things. Lock podcasting about things like being a creative about things. Like being a freelancer. It will being a human and being in Melvin and just everything in anything and I was originally thinking of one Hamam that he helped me see which was specifically around and me hiding in being reactive and not being proactive enough and the very specific example of that was he was asking me about the start of the year when I was planning on going back to New York and I was sort of hiding in the fact that hadn't figured it out yet because no one had asked me to be there on that particular particular diet and he was sort of like. That's reactive. What if you just told them you were going to be there on a particular date and so that was one that I was going to highlight? But what I realized he's The walking itself has created at least a handful if not more of armaments for both he and I and so for me. There's something in this idea of catching up with a friend or a colleague or an acquaintance and walking being outside grabbing a coffee and just talking and listening and asking each other questions that from those conversations nations we have both had so many Aha moments that I just think there's something magical in the time slot as well the seeks to light thirty the fact that there's no real external pressures or phones flashing off you know even dinner without having just walking and just talking and so that's a me has been a big Aha moment Alexander more walking talking with people in the future love that love that so much all right here is a Ha moment number two frog okay. This one's GonNa be shorter but it packs a punch. I was recently listening to the wonderful wonderful podcasts. Getting to yes. And and the host was interviewing the authors to Hama my Lopez. Boone Yossi and Candice Watts Smith who co wrote the book stay woke up people's guide to making all black lives matter. Her their interview in and of itself is remarkable and Their work is quite compelling they they mentioned something sort of in passing in their interview and they quoted someone else's book a woman named Dolly Chug. Who wrote took called the person you mean to be how good people fight bias and I quickly jotted down and a because I couldn't believe believe what they said which I will share with you in a moment and bought Dolly chugs book and I could not put it down it is extraordinary and I highly recommend it anyway? What did they say you might be wondering what they said was? We're getting it wrong when we say that what people want is to be seen what people really want is to be seen the way they see themselves. Well almo Eunice. Yep that was maybe my favorite moment of twenty nineteen eighteen because I think it completely opened my eyes to a pretty big blind blind spot People want to be seen the way they see themselves. I mean I feel like we could build on that a making a whole episode. But I'm going to resist the urge and just let you drop the MIC on that one. Yeah I mean what else is there to say exactly exactly so. I just moved into my number two which was an arm. It's kind of stayed the course of three hundred and sixty five days of almost the entire Zaire essentially and so at the start of two thousand and nineteen. I read and finished Brown's book data lead and and so good and there were two concepts from that book that have just been on my mind for the entire a year and have shown their head in so many different ways throughout the have created a bunch of moments some of which have been great some of which have been really hod but they've been a ham of on this and so I think they're related. The first is this idea that Brunei Brown talks about which is clear is conned. An unclean clearly is ongoing and and I mean that I've just seen that manifest self in so many ways over the year of when I haven't been clear with someone awesome. Why hasn't been clear with me? And I've felt tension and then when I have been cleared with someone even if it's hard or when they've been cleared me I've been like okay. Cool at least we both know you the information. At least we both know the story. We've got now where we stand and that's come about in many different forms but I think clear is kind but related to that is the particular Ohama when I had and actually want to read one of the the the definition essentially was this word rumble that she talks about and it became a word that I wrote on my board at the start of the year and I've looked at that word literally every single day this year and thought about it and so the word is rumble and Brunei describes drives a rumble as a discussion conversation or meeting defined by a commitment to lean into vulnerability to stay curious and generous Paris and to stick with the messy middle of problem identification and solving to take a break and circle back when necessary to be feel assigning pods and as psychologist Harry Learn teaches to listen with the same passion with which we want to be heard so Um again maybe there's not much more to say that quote but the idea of creating conditions to rumble with people has has been something. I've tried to do a lot of this year. It has been excruciatingly painful at times and it is being unbelievably productive. Reductive ungenerous at other times and I just love that she frames it in a way where it's like Yep this is going to be messy not yet. This is going to be hard. But we're committed to leaning into that to being curious and to staying in the messy middle and so that has been a big For me over the last told nuts. I love that idea of passionate listening so good amazing okay. Here's my Aha moment number three. She's fond which it really feels like it surprising. I didn't see this is coming honestly because if you had asked me what my big Aha moment was from the previous year. It was the comment you made to me about. What happens opens if you lift the walls from sure? We've talked about on previous episode. So here's part two of that Aha moment. Yeah Oh my goodness that's why we're here today. So Simon Sinek has a new book out the infinite game which we should unpack on a future episode. You'd the dishes about one particular point in the book. He identifies five practices five mindsets one one must adopt in order to truly be playing an infinite game the first of which is to advance a just cause. And he establishes some criteria that a cause must meet in order to qualify as a just cause so here are the criteria adjust. 'cause must be four something so in the affirmative not against something it must spe- service oriented meaning the primary beneficiary must be someone other than yourself. It must be resilient so able to endure change political cultural technological and otherwise it must be idealistic so ultimately ultimately so big so bold that it is unachievable but it represents an ideal state and theft left and what this Aha moment about is inclusive and his definition of inclusive is. It is open to all those who wished to contribute. And as I've been looking at the way I am advancing my own. Just 'cause caused within the four walls of my studio in New York. I realized that we were not being truly inclusive in this armament actually was deeply uncomfortable and sort of painful to recognize because the walls that we've built around around the studio are pretty high because my intention is to create the safest of spaces for the people in it but as a result I realized that the content schering isn't really leaking beyond the four walls. So how could other people who might wish to contribute to our just 'cause even even know that it exists so I can't tell you in this moment what this is going to look like but this is really for me. A defining feature of the next year is being able to say with absolute certainty. Not that my just 'cause is inclusive and open to all those who wish to contribute so I think what it means. Peter is once again lifting lifting the walls. Yes wow I love that it actually it feeds in relates a little bit. I think to my third third a hommant of the year. Because I think what you're describing is something around belonging and I think about belonging as being a place where people can co create and what I've been thinking about in. That sense is around this idea of ushering and so I've been involved in a number of really interesting and hot and deepen amazing conversations around belonging and other and how that can manifest itself self how we can tackle the idea of uttering and the Aha moment I had a little while back now was within one of these conversations and it was actually about the ways that we other ourselves and I articulated this on our mutual client and friend Lily Torres. PODCAST Loyd cast of the dreaded question and that podcasts yes she helps me put this a harmony together actually which was the ways in which we other ourselves and so my assertion or dot connecting in the moment was we other l. selves in the sense that we think that that Africa's at doubts insecurities and outflows a unique to us and that we are the floored one. We other procam on everyone else's got their laughing order and so we other ourselves in that sense and we beat ourselves up a little bit then we don't other ourselves when we think about L. Strength and the things that make us uniquely us. We assume that everyone has the same thoughts that we have. We assume that everyone is as generous as we are. Aw as empathetic as we are or as creative as we are or as talented and skilled in a particular area as we are and so we don't other ourselves in that sense and actually a more productive thing to do I think is to flip it which is to recognize that your fees doubts and insecurities he's and flows. I not unique to you that we all have them. And so that's okay. Let that go you'll human and the things things that make you uniquely you. His strengths the weaknesses. The things that a meaningful to you and and develop the posture that you have in the way you show up in the world they are the things does that make you uniquely. They are the ways that other yourselves proactively and productively which is to say as Gordon would say I am purple cow because Xyz Xyz so uttering ourselves in a productive way as opposed to a number actively. I think he's an interesting that I've had that I'm even still trying to get my noodle needle around. That's beautifully articulated thinking. Wow lots of Aha moments twenty. Nineteen did you say. You had a bonus that I would share. Yeah so do I because it happened. I wonder if it's the same one sometimes our brains. Aw home that we had mutually but I thought it would be shared on the podcast that you and I had an a Ha moment limit. When you're in New York that we realized that we were friends? Not just not just colleagues colleagues anymore. Oh It's so nice. It's nice but gosh. I think this has moved into like friendship. Yeah like we hung out and talked about things that went related to the podcast and work. It was amazing. I do remember that moment our member it was very cool. I love that friend. I had a bonus one that wasn't that sorry I'm just GonNa aw go ahead and take the wind item assails like I should have left and finished on that but my my bonus Aha moment was does something. I've just piece together in the last week or two which is why it's a bonus. And that is that physical environment matters. And I've thought about this so much in terms of a work environment so like having an office with as natural lot and some plants and some people and some coffee but that the physical environment we live of in the way that we set up and structure a house in home in the suburb. The neighborhood or a CD that we live in contributes so much to the way we show up in the world and I had completely underrated that and so for me has been physical environment matters and love it well listeners. Wherever you're listening whatever environment you're in right now we hope that you are comfy? We and cozy and that you'll give yourself a couple moments to reflect on your own twenty nineteen and get clear on your own and moments so that they can set you up for an even more productive twenty twenty love and if you want to share any moments listens listens. Please send us an email. Hello the long and the short PODCAST DOT com. We would love to hear from me and that is the long and the short of it Eh.
Learn Spanish Words - Memorize Kitchen and Restaurant Items
"The. Era Before we continue on with the Smarter Brain Better Memory Show I wanNA talk real quick about our sponsor anchor listen I'm a podcast junkie myself and I know that we all have amazing wisdom to share with the world. So why not get a free account on anchor they have amazing tools to help you get your podcast started right away anchor easily distributor podcast on spotify apple podcasts and so many more on top of that you can make money really quickly with no minimum listenership. So go ahead and download the free anchor APP or go to anchor dot fan to get started. All right. Let's go on with the show. Today, we're going to quickly memorize the Spanish words for kitchen and restaurant items. How's it going? This is memory masters champion Luis Angel Right here with eighty mind, and we're going to learn how to quickly translate the English to Spanish words for kitchen and restaurant items. If, you want to get the number one bestselling better memory now e book and Guide for Free Make. Sure to like this video subscribe and go to eighty mind dot com to download her right now. All right. Let's go ready to the first word here. The first word is bowl. So if you're at the restaurant or you're in your kitchen and you want to know what a bowl is a serial ball or a bowl where you put your mashed potatoes. Any type of bowl that is going to be black on plateau on though is a bowl the way that I would memorize. That is first of all, you want to be creative storyteller. So you WANNA turn that word into an images of some sort. So I would picture plato and a Honda Car Plato and Honda or my two main triggers new. that. Are Going to help me memorize that bowl means Ondo. So you want to do is possibly get a bowl and put a bunch of Plato in their squish Plato all over all inside of the bowl and you have a little toy Honda car driving and crashing into that. Plato. Bowl. So the Bowl Plato and Honda, you can create your own story out of those three elements to help you memories at ball meads plateau on though now, here's two examples on how I would say bowl in a sentence McCoy this by sided the on do can you pass me the bowl? And another one as toiling piano and Plateau No. I'm cleaning this bowl. All right. The next word chair in Spanish. That would be ya the way that I would memorize. That is a see-saw for C. Yossi Yossi saw again, be creative with the way you memorize this and turn it into an image. So see chair going up and down on a seesaw you start stacking chairs on each side of a see saw see. Yossi saw. Your two examples on how I would use see in a sentence. Man Santan Lou in Lhasa I am sitting down on the chair s SIA. Cheeky. That chair is very small. The next word here is cup. In. Spanish. That would be vassal my picture for that would be a Vase Cup vase for my story. I would maybe picture my favorite cup the cup I always drink my sparkling water out of and I would put put it inside and hide it inside of the vase. So no one can see it. So Base Vassal Cup my two examples on how I would use vaseline a sentence are. Also as diagonal that Wa that Cup is full, of water, Estar Olympia, the bustle is this cup clean. The next word is fork in Spanish that would be then. I would picture a tent and a door for ten or so picture yourself possibly just stabbing a bunch of forks. Inside of a tent and they get stuck onto a door so see that story all interacting as one dynamic image. The way that I would use than in a sentence would be oh Barrack Obama as got any. I need a fork in order to eat the steak. I gobble they compare who knows Nuevo stories. I just purchased several you forks. The next word is knife. The Spanish translation is Cuccia Guccio for knife the way that I would memorize this one or my pneumonic for this one would be it can be a little tricky but you just have to play around with it and it will make sense once you visualize it. So picture cool cheese and Yoyo. Those are my main triggers memorize and learn that could chiyo means knife court cheese with a Yoyo. So possibly, you can picture that there's a very cold record cheese and there's a Yoyo stuck inside of it. So you get a knife to start cutting the cheese mozzarella piece of cheese it's very cold and cool. With a knife and review a Yoyo inside remember Gio means knife. The way that would see you on a sentence would be. Estimate to you as vn fellow, this knife is very sharp. SEAPORT THOSE GOP. ESTA Carney, can I use this knife to cut this piece of steak? The next word is Napkin the Spanish translation for Napkin is said we Yeta and my image association is serving Yeti serving Yeti. Said we get the picture huge Yeti? You know that creature that mysterious creature out in the snow serving Yeti so possibly there's a huge Yeti and he serving you a hot dinner plate but before he does that he puts a huge napkin around your neck to help you tonight get messy by the huge dinner plate. So the main trigger serving Yeti said we get for Napkin. The way that I would have said we on a sentence is Boy Oh Setup Olympia Miami Walker. I am going to use his Napkin to my, mouth. semak our in La Mesa eboe Sarah Sarah Yeta, but Olympia. I. Spilled Water The table and I'm GONNA use a Napkin to clean it. The next word is pepper. The Spanish translation is Bamenda. Memorize that is by turning. Into peas inside of a mint tea p mint tea for Manta. So picture yourself pouring pepper all over that minty with peas inside of it, and then you drink it The way that I would use this sentence is. Miserable coupon own pocket, Amaafuza Pimenta. My eggs need a little bit more pepper. Estate, the NFL Meka. Do, you have any pepper. The next word is plate. The Spanish translation is blocked on my pneumonic visualization for this would be plato. Plato. So. Picture a plate made out of Plato or possibly your kids put a bunch of Plato Green Plato all over a plate that you own the way that I would use doe in a sentence would be boy up on me Kameda an ESA plateau I am going to put food on their plate. They will says Plateau Verde or as the Plateau Mario. Do you like this green play or do you like this yellow played better than expert is salt. The Spanish translation is sal my new money for this would be a sal- like a tree saw. So the story could be that you're using this saw to cut a salt. Shaker in half and all the of spills all over the counter saw sile salt. The way that I would use. saw in a sentence would be s does US Rita's necessarily Bockel Masol these French fries need a little bit more salt Misano Voda is La Salle Marina Rosa. My favorite soul is pink sea salt. The next word is spoon. The Spanish translation is who Chara. So for me I would picture a couch an Arrow for Gu. Chara the spoon was carving the couch and there is an Arrow in that couch spoon couch Eros are your main links there to remember this boone is Kucha. The way that I would use Kuchar and a sentence would be. Oklahoma coach up. But I commend master Sopa I need a spoon in order to eat this soup met with the. Could shut up for vote. Can you pass me the spoon? Police. Are. Now, here's a quick review to help you cement these into your long term memory and remember that you can get the free better memory now e Book and guide at Eighty Mine Dot com like this video subscribe and let's go on with the review. On though what does that mean in English Plateau Ondo? Bowl. Sia. We saw see-saw for. That means chair vassal. You pictured a vase was instead of the vase your favorite cup. Vessel Means Cup then. When the Senate or mean in English Tent door, that means fork. Gucci you. Chiel what does that mean in English? We saw the core cheese with a Yoyo. CUCCIA means. Knife. You're cutting that court cheese with the knife said yet that there was a Yeti serving you hot dinner plate and he gave you a Napkin. So Napkin is said we? Be Manta. What does Bamenda meaning English be Minta? You PS inside of your mint tea. And you put pepper inside of it be Mantha pepper. Plateau. What is blossoming in English? We had Plato pleat that's right Lotto means plate. Kucha what does Kutschera mean in English? The spoon was carving the couch and there is an Arrow in that couch. Kuchwara means spoon are great job. You did awesome. We're going to be continuing on this series on learning Spanish using memory pneumonic techniques and future video. So make sure to like this subscribe share with your friends and go get the free better memory now e book at eight dot. com. All right. Keep learning keep growing. We're out.
1950: 17 Years Down
"I listened to the black guy who tips podcast because rod and karen are hot. Get a drum assam pipe down. Get a plumber som- you're gacek and not the number one assassinated of lame ducks. Nigga got the game lack accompanied by yossi. We got a number one giving these niggers. Another run run for their money. Are the crap table when dice que hot finally do shot. Could you buy money on the spot. People wanna ask hey. Why are you so mad. I say because because of because comfortable niggers like you mad enough sire. Did there's a bunch of time in this guy's the war miser testifies. We got bigger mega fish to fry nigger so bad a rope we on the battlefield with the mazda man pretty soon your own thoughts contraband. They can't harass abuse. Try to knock us as longest breathe man. They can't stop us. Hey welcome to the blackout says podcast your host rod and hearing or live on what appears to to be a monday monday monday also labor day yes it is and there's also the day that seventeen years ago we walked to the justice peace nigga seventeen years we all seventeen years ago and got married thousand two and wait the mccormack instrument. Did your mom your dad and momma <hes>. We tried to get married before but it was like nigga witnesses. Oh desio was i just let like people watching them and stuff so it was i know can't beat him nickel behind you. We need somebody else so we your yeah man seventeen years ago tired tonight. <hes> you know is also the kind of thing where some people paying off they went in seventeen years from the the data got married so we got married for the cost that we could afford at the moment yeah zanu anyway. I actually worked at they. I went to work that day and the next day and i continue to work. It was a hilarious because people have their own guests. The way weightings marriages stuff is pushed to most people miss. You have the wedding and i'm not knocking people that won't that if that's what you won't find his push like if you don't do these things you're you're wearing or your marriage is less than that's the problem i have. I don't care if you have a win and not y'all brielle thing but i was set up by with this kind of what i wanted a couldn't afford it and then <hes> b also we're low key people like we just always been like karadzic radic more than me but we been low key people so this kind of federal style i actually wore escort oath goose court it was a wipe top and white bodies purdy flowers they got after flowers all around and i was open told <hes> flat let standards there was flexible all on my feet and i was comfortable and we were happy and when i didn't even tell my coworkers because they looked on my hands on what's what's going on hand. I said rang so you got married. I say yeah that's a union. Nobody i was like nah. I'm not like like like i i was fine. I think in this other people's more disappointed that they didn't want to get married. They did the point here at ten. Nobody you didn't make a big deal out. I love but there's a lot of things in life that mean roger don't really make a big deal out of did our big deals are the people which is fine but that's we just like to do a lot of things loki okay yeah same thing. I went to work and they were like when they noticed what somebody came over to me like. I don't no no almost noon or something so what's over the ring and i was. I got married this weekend. They're like you didn't tell us that'd be offended and i was like nah. I didn't think it was you know something would really care about is not really a big deal. That's what they nobody cared and there was like well. You should have told us. We got your car or something. I was like i don't have to do that. You know <hes> and then they were and actually took up like money <hes> and got me a gift. Got us a gift car and we use that to get our first vacuum. Come out. I back you know we i remember getting our i watched the dry said that was that was on the weekend that type fifteen years ears yeah we kept that shit was like nah and they just gave up the ghost. Now we got rid of it. When we moved to a place i think that are we had to have them eat like like years ago. Wash and dry your wouldn't include it with apartments but eventually they light wheel including which means we can actually raise the rent foot washing dryer but before we didn't and do that and it was a it was hilarious because <hes> that they looked and me being woman is hilarious do the personnel. I think it was like you wash undrivable match. I was like wasser dragged. The daily me like me for that won't be a matching set. Yes so i was like i'm dan by them bitches. How much does it calls the match. A one is a is seven fifty and this is is one hundred fifty a piece three hundred dollars. Please yeah we also just eh time. Didn't have you know that kind of money i think i think that's not that different from a lotta people. I think a lot of people you know if you get married young. That's why a lot of people don't get married young. You know 'cause you don't have all the options and all the stuff that you might have have later in life and now we're kids carrying so much coming out of college probably even worse and at the time you know we didn't want to go into more that i i get. It opened up credit cards to pay for getting a loan to pay for a wedding and stuff like that. We have some pressure from charissa assata family day. Was this opponent 'cause. I think i'm not talking about down just saying we because it was like we moved. We moved in together right. Let's go ahead and just make it official and liked. It was a timetable on that because before it was like oh save up money. We got playing time domino's like okay your home situation getting a little too volatile. We gotta we gotta make this thing official like don't come stay. Let's get an apartment together and it and figure it out and and the roddick booked up. He promised me he was gonna ma'am. You promised i wouldn't mm sapphires but maybe other people would feel that way but i never really had a attachment to this idea of like <hes> like oh no. I'm getting being married. I love that i'd never i dunno. I didn't mean like that yeah. I never was thinking of it as a thing to put off the only thing to me. The only thing that was like put off worthy about marriage was like okay well. If you wanna have a nice wedding you want to like have a more stable living situation stuff but i think we already here so many of the negatives for people getting married young you know and and i and i understand those i'm not trying to knock those what i i would like to add a little balanced equation right because we all know why you shouldn't get married young because everyone will tell you everyone. Will you know they'll fucking. Cut you off. I have to tell you but wanna benefits. I think to get married was the fact that we hadn't had a whole lot of experience with a a bunch of other people. I think that did help you know and it's just depends on personality but i love is one of those things where you need to be a little a bit naive. You need to be a little bit corny to believe in like like the more cynical you get the harder it is to do to make something like love work because agreed the enterprise of what we consider in america anyway like monogamous heterosexual love forever for the rest of your life. It is a crap shoot and you know for everybody. Yeah and it's a crapshoot luggage is not is like a lot of it is look <hes> he would like to hear that but you know oh you can control how you feel about things but searched his luck man. Some i get sick. Somebody yeah financial straights. You have people change eight people. Cheat people do a bunch of shit you know <hes> and <hes> jobs and stuff like that. You just never know all the things that can affect you outside out of your house. Yes sir you think doing fine because me and roger get both been unemployed at some period of time yeah so we've gone through things that you know i would say a are less than ideal but almost every marriage is gonna go through it. At some point you know and then it's kind of like what are you going to sacrifice. You can like you can gain all this wisdom experience and get your own independence over you know over the years and hopefully that works for you as you come into the marriage with more of a like. Even if it doesn't work i know who i am already and i and i and i completely get the benefits of that. Oh yeah you know what you want like a yes. I completely understand that but we like learned together who we are and who individually and together we like mature together you know we've <hes> gone through the ups and downs of different you know health and and wealth breath and all the things that come along with it and you know i think part of that was being able to be young and resilient and have some hope nope that right work out. You know that you know certain situations happen. I mean we've all done. I experienced friendship is <hes> because now obviously romantically is me care but <hes> i experience a lot of people's heart through friendship while my oh you've been hurt before s._o._u. S._o. Your fires reflexive eighth instinct is to cut people off or your your first instinct is like have a blow up and cut somebody out and all all that stuff so those are things experience while i'm like oh man like there's like there's other ways to navigate this stuff and you just never know how it's gonna turn out but yeah man <hes> we really been very fortunate you know and it's really awesome to be able to celebrate our anniversary with in our fans because we also made it the blackout fibs day and so many people today we're taking pictures out and abou- meany savings even channels social media channels social media says this is labor day people are being sharing their pictures and <hes> <hes>. I forgot that this time the labor day like it was seventeen years ago so you got people. That actually got today. There's a lot of people take pictures of the day in the house is like landon back at the beach watching netflix with the blackout tips notre beaches outside how scare people it's vacation. I'm ought to be yet as a lot of people that actually what i'm trying to say is normally people be out and about on the blackout day walking around with their stuff. Maybe they run into a person today. We're going to have a little bit less than that because you've got people. That's really like oh. I'm staying at the crew yeah. That's maybe cookout later but i'm rocking the shirt sal vienna mirror. I i have a good one. You know like i represented so like i wouldn't be shocked. If we have a little bit less of the you know hey man i was wearing my shirt and then i just ran into somebody but yeah we have been trying to share and re tweets and boost all the like people that are taking pictures a gear and send it to us on social media stuff auto ones i c. I can't get airbus. Yeah couple people email me pictures but i don't know if that's not social the media and you know what social media you can kind of. Tell like like a if they don't have their account private or something okay. I re tweet you know share this right right. What would the emails. I don't know those are people that don't wanna share so i just haven't shared the email ones no offense to anybody read. It might be just us yeah but if you re tweet us this or you send us to tag or something on facebook and instagram. We are sharing it. Do just signal boost it so other fans no like oh. Here's another cool fan and you. You know meet each other online. You know so. I really do appreciate everybody that took the time to send us those pictures in to let us know how they felt and stuff. Man is really is really cool so yeah. Today has been a really good day all right <hes> you had random thoughts from yesterday. You didn't get to yes. I did <hes> these these random dr congo going to be all over the place but this is just my mind is that's why i i. I hold out now before you get going. I would like you to do one then. I'll do one and then we'll go through until done okay so you got i. I was randomly. Well not randomly. <hes> i i go around building boom breaks and stuff and cited last day. I was at work. I was going around the building and i looked up and i see a flock of birds and it was a bunch like twenty. Bears are going around the building. Do you mean last running around to building okay for exercise for work for for exercise and i looked up and it was a bond burs a. flock of them. I think that's what you call them just over my head and it was scaring me because i was like birds. Don't do that unless you know <hes>. Something is dead or maybe <hes> <hes> the young birds have been born or something like that so. I got scared because i was like either. They're going to attack me. <hes> aw either. They're going to wait for me. Pass out and then attacking me. I don't know <hes> but i was kind of frightened. Does ran afoul headed sir this. I thought to myself. I have sales. Get yourself together and get the hell away from here. I don't know what these brazil doing. It's time to go pretty sure that's only birds like condors and and voters. I don't think that's like the kind of birds that we have around here that would i don't wait. No you drop dead. How would you run. It was running that messed up. No no i did but that's that's why my mind takes that way because i was like i come from what in calling you is is is is prompting you to be over here in this direction above my head and it may as probably was not me but i should. I didn't know all i know too many birds in the area and my burnt races now. I don't think so i think we need a i think i think i might need <hes> maybe maybe they look delicious issues and they had heard of the popeye's you know chicken sandwich and looking for revenge on just random black people that have been here killing cousins because a lot how people got carried away that week and they let bears what we think about them. So made is trying to catch you catch us. Living can't me right away to fisher weaponized. Show is today's boulevard boulevard extreme the n._f._l. Shoulda partner pop is on the halftime shows then we got out of black you you bet that's fucked up. They try to partner with jay z and thereby. I'll capitalism kooning south shoes. You know all that shit. They would a pardon ardennes papa's. Y'all wouldn't say god damn thing every time i watch n._f._l. Game guess what i see for a commercial that god damn andy from popeye's that's what they should have had that table know hello if she would have been there with her fake new orleans excellent. I feel like we've moved past. Neil y'all would've been like we have. <hes> delicious karate would have been fine but nope the add a partner jay z who only makes music and alcohol and it wasn't strong enough. You need some loyalty from the black community. Y'all stand in line for chicken sandwich which i won't chicken his danforth line which think about can't go hit. What's the next one and it's not a random doubt but isn't it is random dot com. I was thinking about because <hes> you never know the time or the hour or the second that <hes> <hes> in in this year of our lord beyond say when she's gone to come out in tellers that she has another album more no the tour or something like that and so i've never seen beyond saying and so my thing is i'm actually having a beyond say tour <hes> account <hes> that i have dropped a few coins in there because everybody say like if you won't do good rent money solid like you know if i set the money money to decide and and and be able to really good seats and we'll have to compromise okay yeah. I'll hear about that all the time. People people say put the money to the side 'cause scorecard satellite. Yes oh that's my thing and is our <hes>. Probably me and you me yulia mamo. All three of those was product are going to be the ones going anyway so i was like i'm gonna say my koren's up so when i get home and get him off like going in the day and i don't have to compromise on it 'cause i wanna be able to see her. I don't wanders to this might be bush is being i don't wanna see on screen because when in your mom and went to go see mary j. blige that was the closest i had ever been to a cancer in that book for me. I was like oh i'll khimik. I'm not going back. I understand what beyond sadism tickets sell out fast too so correct. That's why am i black. It'd be okay. I'll say how 'bout <hes> <hes>. I was on twitter the other day and i saw somebody who was upset because they were saying that black people don't support but i- businesses but they would ago everybody popeye's chicken and she said she had a picture up of any the black actress woman the character from the commercials for pop is the black woman i always comes along and tells you to chicken <hes> as she said y'all do realize that this woman is not to see and i was like that's so stupid but not because not just because you said you thought black. The people thought she was the c._e._o. Of the company not fucking actress but walmart's the motherfucker doesn't say she all. She says she cooks out of food. She says she's the cook in the commercials. She never says i own popeye's so even if you were stupid enough to believe that's not an actress. She's the shelf f- is that that's it like it was it. Was you know she didn't even own the company. Is these people as a picture as and why people are someone's like what what do you think burger king really has a dude as decaying burgers the away of walk around with a crown right <hes> uh sir this land in the name of burgers so you think ronald mcdonalds mcdonalds yeah like male what what is happening. I also disappointed. I people have worked themselves to death to. Both you know what baby i one hundred percent agree. I think some people are so woke. I won't get him benadryl as they go back to sleep and take enough to go to salih why you've thought of that like you. You didn't just tweet that you thought of that for a while right and was like wait till i hit these over the head with that one <music>. I'll your critical thinking skills wrong right way too young. I'm about to hear good when y'all wait. Wait till you hear wait. Till you hear what i say to these next day so i was i was like i know y'all think any owned murphy again <hes> pop. I know she don't she is these white people just like you. Don't never see them into commercial. Also i just discovered that <hes> k._f._c. does not run about colonel anymore. Yeah a lot of people don't know that it was was about a cardinal problem. He dado dato care. What's next one. My next thing is that old idea demoralized. I i'm getting eating hairier is far as noggin chin hair in hairs up and down my neck and for some reason it's peaceful is vast back around and forget to cut it so i i liked the robe on the pizzas therefore cut it and after like i'm like a team wolf because the because the sheet actually just keep coming back and cut it indian three days later she comes back that women amihai to deal with that was like god damn you please growing <hes> yeah definitely in some to me i had to do to shave with the bebel like every day or so so <hes> and if not you start to feel it on your face and stuff <hes>. I don't know you can get it lays it off. I don't know how much it cost but you know i didn't. Some people get where they call that shit wax like i dunno if they wax faces but so i don't know beauty is pain. Hey so <hes> it sure is but i never get waxed again. I got my eyebrows waxed one time that she had hurt so bad. It took everything aiming at the woman in her goddamn pace. I was like never again. Bitch dobbs is going to have to be <hes> harry as beecham eyebrows because you not putting that sheet in groping it off my face no ma'am you can tell how expensive a drug is out and you see the commercial on t._v. Like i don't know how much this yet caused a a if you hear the word these four words. I'm on the pail. You already know the commercials don't you you need to hear you only need to know the rest of i'm on the pill. I'm on the field. I see this commercial every show. I watch regardless of station. Even when i'm watching shows that don't have commercials they pop papa netflix. I'm on the field what i pay fifteen dollars. It is debris commercial-free h._b._o. Now you for years over. I'm on the pill. I'm on the pill. I feel like i don't know how much you gotta calls but it got to be the most expensive drug on the market because very expensive because they got doing the ads. I mean shit. They probably just stopped doing as it cut down on the cost of the month drug like probably that's probably like ninety. Nine percent of the budget is fucking ads being on every every three seconds on every fucking channels yet and then the people that actually really need need to vodka can't afford tomato so high. It makes sense. It's i knew i didn't even look at this. You gotta be <hes> what else on this is my last one <hes> because madaba training and stuff stuff i've been getting behind on like lily all pious caz but one of my favorite plaque has three guys i mean we behind on them and so oh man i'm getting behind you know after kind of bad by getting and stuff like that and i thought about it i was like is this high on his field. We are riding us talking about y'all fourteen hours behind and a few bad because you behind trying to catch up. That's i feel like i won't catch up couldn't get at your peril behind so what i did kind of make a ford. I've been having three guy three guys on weeks. Just listen to block get through get caught up. Nope and i emailed them and i told them that i'll hear this again in three weeks probably might be longer than that but you know people email us on my. I hate his next month. After i feel y'all y'all pain we i belie- yeah i list to a lot of podcasts. I don't really when i get behind on them or whatever. I don't really feel bad. Sometimes you get behind about how much you like it or whatever life changes ages and ride different stuff. You get interested in other stuff. Let me drove. I have hundreds of high cast on my thing so there's no way i'm gonna catch up on all of them anyway. So so you know is it just happens and we put out a lot of content so i know a lot of people get behind on us routinely and then they benjamin and catch up and then get behind again and and whatever you know i just try to remember that the the main thing is that we need to just make a good show and <hes> these mustangs get behind or whatever desk ask the guy to catch up on it if not some people just check in every once in a while like you would a t._v. Show do some podcasts like none of it. That's interesting. I would never feel good because i'm not bothered by with our show. It's only tells me they don't listen to it all the time. I'm like what the fuck you and that's the thing i'm not buying. Yes yeah so you know. People are trying to tell me that as an insult and i wasn't bothered like what that's not an insult to me. I don't listen to your show okay blue. I was walking around with my whole life like i know everybody on this shit nigga. I know i can tell not everybody lives because i'm not rich yeah that and everybody was listening to my life would be totally different. Come out and we got down to members live here in the city of charlotte douglas bit. You ain't special. Will you also be hurt but yeah. I just laugh at the intent. 'cause i know the antennas to hurt me. Speaking of speaking of stuff i was thinking what about jay z and dave chapelle this week how a lot of people was very hurt by day's pills <hes> stand up and his his refusal to like come around on certain topics that people you know. They wish you advocate for on his with his voice because he has a large platform. He seems to get waited on other things and they feel bad but you can't make anybody feel away. Don't wanna feel <hes> and then with jay z. People people you know which is one of the reasons. I just said i'm await rather than the west in the russian nasdaq are defending out shed or speculating that he going to do all these things okay and then when they don't come true you look stupid which a lot of people do look stupid right now but there were so many rumors about going to own a team and i'm like he may or may not. I don't know what's true. You know at this point. We we have less information than we did anything. You know we're a bunch of guesses he on a team he gonna get cabinets is he on leverage that into some type of deal and he knows like all these different things that people kept saying i'm like all i know is i can wait before sorry. It ticked me off and traveling must've back. Oh okay yes on a black screen on my side for you <hes> mm-hmm right now <hes> but yeah but anyway morrow point being like it was a lot of speculation and so people were like going now and defending him on like wing in a prayer like oh i show he say he going to blue and it's like well now he and didn't the deal that they have so far is selling pero and organizing music. <hes> acts for like events for the n._f._l. People will be debuting new songs and stuff the n._f._l. Games in the immediately be available for streaming on different platforms and stuff like that so you know it's not this groundbreaking deal that people thought it was going to you know people were defending senate as y'all see. This was wrong crabs in a barrel. It's like we'll see. Maybe you're not gonna like it. Maybe some and some people might still like whatever it is. I i've seen a few people that was like you know not just ready gifts but i've seen a few people that was made for capri. Nick and nessa. Don't get to decide everybody. Else's activism visit them and and business deals which you know that that's how you feel but life the the main point. I took away from it. Though is if you never put people on pedestal. You don't have to worry about them. Falling off of it agreed and i think that's why i get a lot less. I dunno hurt by the idea of a celebrity that i like low like their their their products or image or whatever i think i get a lot less hurt in a lot of people. A lot of people seem very like like personally betrayed when these people let them down quote unquote put an investment in them that they didn't ask for you know people always try to say staying culture and stuff but i don't the thing is about being a stand like it's not gonna be hive type of behaviors just people like i don't know i guess a human emotion but i don't know i don't share it in that way where i will be like. I don't know personally hurt to the level of light anger or rage about about some of these people because like what when was i ever gonna put them. Above you know i guess the where they was where they already already was staying at and also included. I don't know them. I you know i'm okay because a lot of people argue about online on my okay. I don't don't care like like like my passion and the intensity people have. I don't have done on certain. She and i'm like okay. I'll keep a truck because it was like shit. Don't mean much to me. <hes> and i know i'm kinda weirdo on that in that that's not at least from what i've been seeing. Maybe it's just that there's a lot of people like me but they also aren't on twitter talking a lot so so i don't see those people so it could not a weirdo and most people feel the way i feel but they're just not but because we feel how we feel. There's no reason to be engaging. Everybody about got it right so maybe that's what it is but it just seems i there's every year i guess continually looking at you know when someone fucks up and how angry angry people get like damn. I really thought this fuck it was like like like flawless thought that they were gonna go through life. Never making a decision and you didn't agree with but i don't know that's so unrealistic so you should be prepared for that at all times so don't put them on a pedestal perfection like they gonna make make some decisions that don't you know and me personally the way my whole value system is set up is not even a belief in like this person did this thing and is wrong or bad. Sometimes it's like this person did this pain i wouldn't have done and that's that's the extent of it. I don't have a lot of morality to add to the shape because it's just like well people. Some some people think this is the thing to do and i don't so i wouldn't do it for me but if that thing some positives can come out of that for them cool but but it feels like a lot of people can't i dunno they can't like think of it that way then lonzo some of them in chat room which i don't agree with that but i only argument to the older people gay people and like the fuck is this real life he'd happening and i'll give a fuck about this this this shit right here yeah yeah so i so just don't know how many people at least was following stuff realize that their political and social views are on a french. They're not mainstream view note or not. Cut it out like this so many times where i see people get mad about certain things and i'm like oh. You say that like this is the way it's supposed to be and like you didn't have any <hes> clue that the fucked up part of this can happen because the fucked up fire has been happening which you just had. I'm no you just delude yourself and being like no because this really progressive place with all these great ideas like no fuck does not <hes> e._a. Should bring n._c. Double a college football and basketball games back. Now i know what you're saying. They don't pay the athletes ride using us nay nay likenesses and stuff and that's not fair and that's why they had to get rid of because i almost lost the lawsuit i but i think they should bring it back and they should bring it back exclusively for the fans that thank you shouldn't pay the athletes should be donald people that can buy it and all the proceeds go to athletes <music> but the way the game should be set up in addition to simulate like a season and playing games and stuff like that on saturdays as every body gets the n._c. Double a. ganesha to be forced to enroll their online college and you can't ah beat the game unless you pass the classes and then at the end of the game which takes for at least four years you get a diploma. You know like just call up everest phoenix. Whatever you need to do ya electronic arts. Y'all get on top of that and we can get some brands energy going here. Okay okay we get a lot more people coming out of college and then they will respect the work that the athletes had to do. They'll be like oh damn. Maybe i should get paid for this. I shouldn't be paying the and the play this game right. I should be paid to play this game and then it will whatever they had that realization would be like you wanna gay. Okay now. Shut the fuck all right. We got all kinds of news again to. Let's see what we got going on here. <hes> we start. I guess we didn't get into this. I just kinda got into the details but yeah so j. D. reveals his new clothing line and i. I feel like i did it yesterday. Oh that's because i have this list on the wrong thing. That'll fix that all right so now. Let's get into black capitalism. Y'all <hes> you know we hate that. It won't save us hate a black capitalist the worst unless you liked him disadvantage the white man my opinion even worse than a white man <hes> but try your own kind you black capitalist motherfuckers riano savage fantasy brand secure seven million dollars from investors will help black capital ads over castled. We are durling riana. No one will we buy any of this guy my right nuke. I haven't tried the savage yet but i look mapping lipstick. I think to make up all power to the people okay. I cabinet was was out there putting them screen shots up and the capitalism is bad and wrong and i don't wanna see nobody should be a billionaire billionaire. Nobody should be rich. Okay go ahead and i can't believe it. I really can't turn back on the blanket. Come at either just turned back on the black community that that is so sad. Everybody knows only people should be able to be rich if you blacking. Can you rich you come. You'll sell out okay racist for white. People resources is for white people will pay she needed to cooperative economics and start going down out to the swap meet and give fancy away face sandwiches and shit like that i don't i don't appreciate it needed break out every billion to i uneven billion as it exists in the world think about people ain't got nothing. It's over. We've done on okay so say we all. That's not a true statement at all or now. This is funny. Will you like somebody. Nobody says it right like you said as she banged the reality of that yes so funny because i mad they don't like you. Capitalists pain like damn well. You really don't fuck with over on then. We also killed a bag. Since this we would you like is they money. They'll get mad. Ho ghetto banco beat better have my money like it was like okay okay. This is my favorite jam from her. I guess it's different for different people. <hes> authorities argued. I released audio of a nine one one call between join an operator and a panicking woman who was moments away from dine in a flash flood in a record is the dispatcher can be heard at times chastising the collar forgetting her vehicle vehicle stuck in fast rising waters and even at another point to operator can be heard telling her to shut up debbie stevens forty seven four smith. We've gotten trapped by the floodwaters inside of an apartment complex parking lot and frantically called nine one one for help on thursday authorities released the i of course have a conversation with the emergency emergency operator. Donna renew renault renault. <hes> police officials <hes> confirmed that they have launched an investigation senator renault's actions to see a proper caesar followed coordinate c._b._s. News renault had turned in her two weeks notice and was our very last shift. Oh jesus oh jesus jesus. You just got the wrong way. Oh you got the wrong. She didn't give no fucked this job. You can't have give no right because i've i've been in situations where the where had to call nine one operator i was talking into. She really helped me deal with somebody. I was already deal with them. I have an asthma attack and stuff like that that walk you through the staff. They actually the process. She was patient. It was times house where she was telling me to get people out. The room like like this is your job. I'm not a fucking professional. Ma'am you are to aim yeah. The call lasted twenty two minutes between the women <hes>. It happened around and the phone. I'm cut out of around five a._m. At one point a columnist stevens panic renault tells a you're not going to die. I don't know why you frigging now. It's okay. I know the water level is high. I'm scared i'm sorry ari says stephen apologetically. I understand that but you freaking out doing nothing but losing oxygen up in their so calm down day on what we're here to be off the roadway again on put it over here on the windows and i can't get out and i'm scared to death man down and you tell you where you are down here by your department barbeque on what they're called on the auto apartment and park blue car is what i'm asking you. What color is your vehicle. My window okay hold on is is why because you do want your i i want to call it a have a calm demeanor like the other nine one one person who answer it. You don't want them to be panicking like you're paying like oh my god you know but also the thing is talking to a person that ended up merging situation fucking call you know life isn't like they're not gonna be able to be but so fuck and colleagues in danger. You know there's a white woman calling nine one one because a black girl was selling lemonade street but this flood flash flood could be a life and death situation poison woman. She readopt row and ended up in there. It's not like she purposely rolled through. Even if she did bucket is still your job right. Hi wow so yes. I'm scared. I'm sorry i understand that what you frigging out doing nothing but losing your oxygen up there up there up in there so combat now now at another point renou rudely chastises stevens for getting ourselves caught in a flash flood in the first place telling the dying woman. This will teach you next time. Don't drive in the water. Oh along with the fuck out him a mad an estimate last whereas one of your love was here's may end up dying yeah yeah yeah <hes> forcement police chief. Danny baker believes he's that even though the incident as investgated renou would have likely been able to keep her job. I don't think the dispatcher realize understood severity of the situation. I guess you just oh guess it gets. You had a bad day just chocolate up back. How can get them all right. I guess it's like any other job right off days. Yes off calls and <hes> <hes> you know she would have been to keep a job and maybe maybe just taking the conference room. Talk it out bacon. Is this lady's family sewing because i don't get the fuck. No dude do job now. Beggar continues. I understand the listening to a person gone through the panic. That mississippi stevens was in those final moments air life if we all hope that we will get a little bit better response than perhaps was she was giving. I don't want us to interact with anyone in that way. Whether it's life and death situation or not baker contains that continues contains no matter how outrageous were knows the meat on the call saudi she did nothing criminally wrong. I'm not even going to go so far. Let's say she violated policy. Damn also you'll pilots needs to be rude to be looking at you in the goddamn panic not to de-escalate the situation. How will you trying man. I'm a need you to calm down. Okay you sound a little too excited over there about this phone call and it's not that serious alright data teaching listen to blackout his diet aimed. Thank maybe next time. You'll learn okay. It must have been a white woman because he's a black woman day day day date had problems with i don't know the way i was reading something ed dickson. The sound like a black woman writer been to call the person. <hes> gift ended it. I can't tell i couldn't tell from the quotes anyway. Maybe it was a white woman. Everybody i know the white woman was the one who drowned. I don't know what color the person who <hes> who was on the cowers but hale now. That's all right nightmare. I and like i said that yeah. That's really really jacked up all the way round and stole what you're telling. People is that you didn't even. I make that you can't control the person dying. Don't get me wrong but at least you will ma'am. I need need for you to stick to slowly. Slow you down because you use it is a way you're trying to deal with stress when people call you. They call you a lot of time to panicked. Sometimes it's screaming sometimes getting solved it like on the phone talking to you actually of job. Yes basically the way i quit. Mcdonald's put in my two week notice notice and then on our last house. I'm sitting in a break on holiday so good luck. There's i bust on a lot. I was like <hes> that's a shame. I feel mbeki. Chicken nuggets various slowly watching maury then you walk out. The door. Just never came back yeah. I clocked out and said r._h. All i uneven matter of fact i don't even i didn't even say like this is my last day or nothing i was like peace in walked out and waited on my mom to get there and we left and then <hes> came back. A couple of weeks later got my check. That was like what the fuck happened to you now. It's like oh. That was my last day. You ain't nobody. I'm line now but you wanna know else. Nobody wasn't life or death situation for nobody for me so yeah. That's crazy man. I but i guess technically she didn't violate any laws and i expect the police to defend her because i mean it's probably a huge lawsuit if they don't so of course that's great. Oh yeah you're gonna lawsuit. Regardless fuck you know she in quote unquote custody out the god damn the whole job is fucking customer service. That's the job is customer. Service george orders pharmaceutical giant johnson and johnson to pay five hundred seventy two million dollars. The judge has ruled on a landmark opioid. Kate lawsuit suitcase demanding that he pharmaceutical giant johnson and johnson give give five hundred seventy two million dollars to the state of oklahoma in the first ever court ruling learn how to company responsible for audio crisis. <hes> judge bachmann handed down this ruling on monday after two months long. Wow i wonder what wonder how many companies or corporations or government agencies went to jail for autocrat crisis. Any trials guys know of no trial no okay. He said the company was possible. For ravaging the state oklahoma by mislead customers with his marketing and creating the opioid crisis <unk> resulted in more than six thousand deaths over nearly two decades six dow's deaths over twenty years defining beacon all there were five anise seventy two million dollars then be yeah i guarantee you. They more money from also from that far then. They lost her net fine. Yes why state need to be a beep. We need to let you know stop this bullshit they did so by sponsoring medical journals and creating unbranded marketing campaigns which made their drugs out safer than actually where he said the finish marketing and promotional opioids created a new said those action is compromised the health and safety a thousand oklahoma's specifically. They caused no buick crisis that is evidenced by increasing rates of addiction overdose. Oh steph and neonatal absence syndrome in oklahoma <hes> the opioid crisis in imminent danger and menace to oklahoma's. This temporary basis uses that can be abated the opioid crisis ravin state oklahoma. It must be abated immediately said <hes> yeah so oh. That's crazy said it says nine hundred ninety seven to company had embarked on a major marketing campaign at the beginning of fire buys rival purdue pharma which is responsible for bringing cotton the the market and was crazy. You're is that the orig- the like the request from the <hes> <hes> that the stay at for for the settlement is actually seventeen billion dollars yes now that sounds more unreasonable right so they settle for. They probably won't take the trowel that that's probably what they was asking for. Gonna try well. <hes> i mean they word to trial and they got far less than that. For the state i would ask for seventeen billion and then the judge did rule that the johnson and johnson was guilty but they are but then i mean i was a lot of money but i mean only five hundred seventy two million. It was the fine which is nothing compared to what they plan for. <hes> that that that's so that's crazy to think about how much money that is gossiping johnson's wife over three hundred billion dollar so yes ain't got the money right. That's seventeen billion would have been a nothing yeah three hundred and forty billion. The company is estimated to be worth fighting. They would allow that suit. They would allow all seventeen billion. They probably would just fire or some people probably got back c._e._o. Would have did a parachute deal. They would have fired a bunch of. I'm not talking about fires ars the c._e._o.'s. I'm talking about just firing regular people with jobs by well with none of the people at the top pay. No one's going to jail imagine selling billions of dollars worth of drugs and nobody goes to jail 'cause y'all got lab coats and and stethoscopes shit. Oh wow that's so out all right. Let's see anything else. I want to talk about on this side. Oh doc door dash announces updating updated tipping policy while it's the car at the cart as perks for drivers i heard too i think the public to inside the car <hes> the online delivery services sector is relatively new insta- car was found in two thousand twelve endured in two thousand thirteen <hes> last month at the door dash co founder and c._e._o. Tony zoo a knowledge their customers happy with his company's tipping policy. He said it changes will be announced in the days to come despite taking more days than that phrase usually implies zoo has finally revealed. The solution in a blog post to the company's is website zoo. Promise the most important detail most customers probably wanted to hear every dollar customers will be an extra dollar in dash pocket. The issue issue previously was at the base pay and tips off the intermingle additionally zoo rice. We have been testing the new model. This month refined details based on feedback. We received from ashes ashes additionally was c._n._n. Knows is the change in policy the door door dash will apparently be alternative tips can be added to customers will be able to tip either before before or after delivery. That's smart. How did they had to before <hes> though drivers get all of that money either way explains the drivers will be able to see the before portales as part of their guaranteed pay which was seeing the impact whether or not they might take certain job right so it was like oh i know i'm getting five dollars on his tip <hes> and as other one i got this. Other order says you get ten dollars on this okay. I'm gonna take that one. Meanwhile for is to car was changes. His tip policy almost immediately after the controversy arose company appears appears interested in trying to move on to bigger and better things for one hundred thirty thousand independent contract workers. Oh my god because you have to remember a you back in the day. Companies have drivers but now with these things like you have hundreds and thousands of drivers come into these restaurants audit a bill from our particular largest cities all over the city people ordering from all across town. You know sort of lily now the what you don't even have to be in your area. No motive look is gonna take forty five minutes versus team but if you wouldn't wait we'll get it to you. In so happy you have hundreds of thousands of people that have to get this done and and the thing is the pinot howard the how how many hours you know. We're not that be compared to other people. Some people probably or twenty hours a day all day long so you have to have people to ah bottles hours yeah one hundred thirty thousand independent contractors aids shoppers. They got to call him in a blog post. The company announced a new shopper park program. New program includes shoppers injury protection insurance for all u._s. Force irish shoppers free access the care dot com access to a falsely health and financial savings and deals available on the stripe benefits platform and student loan assistance through the peanut butter platform so oh this is for the drivers for they're not drivers when they worked for is to car okay. They wanna call shoppers. There's a little bit different than <hes> okay. Okay okay so i'm not saying they don't drive but there but they do more than just like they do more than uber and stuff because i know the insta- car is more grocery store so these are the people actually go and get your grocery so now they're offering them benefits which actually makes sense right <hes> uh-huh so yeah. We're constantly. We're going to be a bible blah. You know so i mean it looks like they have heard some feedback in some of the outrage online and <hes> made a change but a positive man like not all online you know outraged quote unquote and people you know trying to raise awareness about all all of it is bad. I think too too much of the stuff that catches is genesis celebrity focused and stuff like that and that you know that tambi good or bad depending on the celebrity situation but stuff like this where you know as you know workers at amazon trying to spread the word of workers in these door dash. I'm trying to like that's actually counted note that there's that power there and congratulations and gay for all the people that push him promoting elevated those causes because you know that that's to me something very fruitful yet is because it in a day. Everybody gets paid more nasa point. Just like you know won't actual regular ninety five to be underpaid. What mccain day won't be underpaid and i'm surprised more these companies they quote unquote due independent contract work so they don't have to often be in his but somebody. I'm putting enough hours where they ought to benefits yeah especially now in a time where c._e._o.'s in nine hundred forty percent more than forty forty years ago and average worker earns twelve percent more light. We're we're like these these movements at star via twitter and stuff like hey pay. These people more is kinda wanted to only feels where that happened. A lot of people are going to work every day then i in these pills but every day they're getting shit on what they're what they are worth versus what they take home and it's completely obviously for the people that are sitting in those the big officers at the top floor your company right now. They get paid way more than they're worth and work less harder than you. Do you know <hes> but that's just the way it is. Yes oh yeah. I love when people speak up and bring it up stuff that i've seen a lot of times. You have people that they do. They do lift you know honestly would do out the same right dash and like not people do all of them. They do the door dash. They'll do the eastern part like a lot of people and so for some people they get up in the morning and that's all they do this shit. Hey this is a full time job. Yeah i think to rideshare driver people the other day there was walking down the street and now just over over here in conversation and he was like yeah i do uber is like i do uber to and then the other one said. Do you even lift bro all right. I'm sorry guys. I had to get that out. I won't be able to gain drake sued was still in two of his more famous recent songs toh jiao man it's just working. His way down still hadn't gotten there yet to somebody. I really like still like the bullshit lawsuits. Lawsuit are trickling down. It's common. I'm gonna be right again. Everybody always you know gifted. When it was the white people we didn't kiss katy perry still think his robin thicke. We don't care fucked up and like you said it's only flows one way yeah but wait. 'til is wait till it's fuck. Fuck where and it's happening. It's going to be eh is going to be cardi they to fame and they all pop into hard. It's going to be learning is x. Who's going to be somebody that we universally feel. I dope as bars and then there's is going to be some fucking loser on you to hire when those loud firms it'd be like zula get her into money like ridiculous but yes sam skelly is so big three records cash money records and republic records for swiping here's beats using them and drake's in my feelings a nice for what skelly says drake and big three free to stand with his two thousand track roll call in nice for work but never ask permission credited him or pay him scully claims drake did the same for in my feelings t._m._z. who uncovered a lawsuit also doesn't have information on which scully several days flight for that one scholarly claims he published a beats on a regional new orleans cd and didn't realize until recently that drag him mm free to use them the big zones where y'all mountain until recently does them. Tim been around for fucking ever yeah all right man good luck. You know nobody cares like i said tim. Somebody likes so we'll see. We'll see all right eight. Let's get into some other staff k. and going for a little bit <hes>. Let's see well talk about <hes> <hes> we can do some fucking black will bring up the music for that because blackie will continue to be fucked with guys or now we continue to. I wanna talk about it and make these jokes. <hes> all right was music bo which is fucking with those blacks. We're just okay people. That's right guys trying to play the game. We all hate to play. It's fucking black label. The gay we go all around the globe reports the granddaughter twenty-five and we let you know how much we been fucked with today's contestants everybody hey <hes> <hes> charges in the building. The couldn't give the holiest of shits about backlash over church sign black versus white trump's blackboards is wild supporters charged. Tom has caused a quiet star. Within the community passed a michael jordan. What oh jeez. I got him a church home past michael jordan <hes> for supervisor of the new era baptist church in birmingham alabama astana by new scientist play as church aires. A black vote for trump is mental illness. A white vote for trump is pure racism past jordan tau w._b._z. News that god motivates me to take a stand for what's right. They call me a racist. Look in the white house trump supporter dachshund kirk is among those outraged about the sign. He told reporters that he reached out to local city officials in an effort to have remove. You should not be able to come into a building and feel like you hate it. Just because you came here to worship. The lord kirk said this isn't the first their past. The jordan is used to get his message. According to alabama dot com he sparked controversy controversy last year for a sign that said black folks need to stay out of white churches. Just do all the smoke. The sign was response to announcement by the church of the highlands mega chart that reads mortar forty thousand people visit intent to open a charge in a high crime neighborhood in birmingham though so so he's he's he's against the the lot of international churches. I like people are all over the world. Please don't believe in that. I don't know i think it sounds like mike. The righteous gemstones thing where a mega church was trying to open a wing in a black powder tower that probably has a lot of his constituents and he was like black people need to not go go to charge any to us. We work in on a c. Dammit we told you it was going to happen. Jordan defended the sign by stating. It's a slave master charge. I call the plantation religion slave master religion the white folks started church include a black pastor in charge of it and twenty thirteen enjoys in mexico for murder of an unarmed marteen trayvon martin the church reacted to the case with aside and read georgia jury supported white racism <hes> city officials have yet to let me put a game to the recent side being move the oh okay request to have cyber ah okay so steady at responded zero tyrod care zero. Am i not enough. I think quite funny. I i still feel like we buy but only by the first signed signed to be honest like i understand he's like <hes> pastor who you know very racially outspoken <hes> <hes> you can tell by this picture of him yeah now now. I'm gonna say twenty five in the reason why because net rumble black people going to white shirts i disagree anyway i will mark thing is not for that. One really i don't care i think he got agenda. That one agreed <hes> mouth is the one saying black people voting for trump is mental illness because we know the charges history mental illness and pray it away mentality right <hes> we also know that <hes> mental illness being made light of in that type of way why it's not cool. It's super harmful man and especially considering that a lot of these people are not mentally. Ill late name. They also racist stay. You know i it so. That's the thing we do to like insult. Somebody is to be lie so you must have this. It's like everything as bad. We just be like that's mental illness but there's a bunch of people who are black. They live with mental illness and they don't do shit like this. You know and i'm not saying can never never call someone to vote for trump or say things. That aren't the best. I'm not saying that that's impossible but the idea that diamond is still just have mental detail and this to me as it is a way of stigmatize mental illness to be like oh. It's a negative thing that <hes> is you know. It's not something that people for a living with the people are working through <hes> and i think i think that's that's really harmful especially coming from a leader within that community that's over a black church. You know you think no mentally ill black people live in your mouth and go to your church down right and even the community you know like come on like and know what he was trying to do and that's what privileges right privileges. We don't think about that but if you don't have to deal with that struggle you like oh well. I said they must three crazy right. What's wrong with that but then when you say back and put that on a sign or something and you know then it really does hit home like does actually kinda fucked up and also am being leader as position you deal with our types of people so you don't won't. They'll why people come into your black church. We know like you just don't want to also saw also saw the other day. <hes> 'cause dominant sold apparently suing people right now or i don't know fake pertaining to threaten to sue people either way. They are saying the season desist letters to people that they don't want to talk about them anymore. Especially those who are doing research in the way they get their money and sta and i saw the other day they published like some money that they had received and i'm like yes. They're not mentally ill. They're not coon for free dog. They throwing calculated for money so let's not even though that label on them like nah. I ain't no there is no no reason they doing yeah. Evil is the reason that's it see a vent. Hall cancels mixed race. Couples wedding are christian beliefs. Don't don't allow mixed weddings. I don't do only okay so okay before we even started did not have the exact worst that you thought you have first of all we don't the guy wins or mixed race lie. She had that voice actress. Okay go here. I don't get leanings or mixed okay. So why did the christian. I mean christian race <hes> if then ain't tell don't they just telling myself i christian race what what raises christians a game out in your mind oh they all white. Is that what it is okay. We're christian does well so with way in the bible tells you don't wanna argument saying no we just we just don't partic- she got a shirt decide tires for so that's charity that she probably <hes> supporting her christian racist beliefs so that's your christian belief rice and twenty six teen mississippi legislative plaza religious freedom law allow business review services to l._g._b._t. People on the basis of their religious beliefs about marriage agenda republican governor phil bryant signed that bill oh into law after being initially struck down a federal court to conservative u._s. Fifth circuit court of appeals allowed a lot of stand the u._s. supreme court did not take the case so this is totally legal totally legal. <hes> what i like about this is that for years. We have been saying we're here. I'll bigotry is a river it all flows from the same source and they're black people who you know oh disagree with us got upset with us or just went and defend the rights of people not to serve gay. Gay folks like religious stuff because like hey. This is my belief system in house other day. We was was still part of the day. We're one of the hose was was like yeah i understand. I'm for gay rights and stuff but i mean you can't make somebody serve you a cake in me. I'm on this. I donate annette so and it was a black woman and extremely like disturbed. Yeah it's like damn. How stupid can you fucking be you. I know because you think they don't want to not serve yo ass and they won't use the same as us. There's nothing in the bible says they don't fucking. They're not supposed poses to make a fucking cake for like there's nothing about that. If anything jesus would do that even if it was a center or even it was like the fucking lowest of the low isn't the whole point of jesus day. He was out there like man listen. I'm gonna watch these people be. It don't matter it. The rest of society eddie won't touch them. I'm i'm not like these negatives. Don't worry i got you. This is the love of god. Nobody wants to express that part. They always want to express the bigoted the old testament version of shape man and so yeah like i when people use to make that argument i just don't see i mean look just because their donald realize it gives my beliefs. What do you want to know what the same people that think. Gay folks are inferior. Think about your black ass at least a why was thinking about job like as you know what they think yeah you ain't really far behind gay people on the list of people they don't they wish wouldn't come in today motherfucking business and unless the government enforcing laws rawhide these people will continue to take this route and the fact that we alette anything in this country because religious freedom that isn't just protecting people's ability to exist harassed in their religion like a mutt like we never say religious freedom when we talk about like less people need to stop harassing muslims it all it only comes up when we get a protects on white supremacist shit then his religious freedom for that so <hes> yeah one hundred percent fucked with <hes> by this joy and also i feel oh vindicated because it's like you hate to see it but you know how to country is and you know if you look at human nature. You know what's going to happen. Every fucking hypothetical we throw out is going to come to pass so i'ma funds can be high and mighty foe. They aren't and not fuck with us when we'd be like oh. This is bad yeah but that's just for gay folks. I don't care about that well now. It's somebody dinner. Interracial relationship and you know what pretty soon. It's going to be black naval right right. Everything in this country. Nitro is is trying to be turned backwards. You know three d. a. u. Black and you born in philly. We don't know for sure to to american citizen. Let's go ahead and ship you out and you die because you don't have no access to your diabetes. Yano you like wow that's crazy specific hypothetical. No that happens how that happened so yeah. This is just yeah. This is par for the course but a hundred cars actually cars <hes> same because my thing is the motherfuckers. Your job is for the general public and the public has all types of people make a fucking shit privaty and make your own citizens then make appreciate behind a paywall dan whatever you got to do but does it as public so you know the public in his office is we've been on the public. That's i don't understand and you know what's crazy is she. He will go back later if this if this escalates and this continues to be a big issue. You'll see her crime victim in the papers. Oh they threaten they threatened my life. I've been getting phone college. I'll like all because you couldn't resist being a big and you're going to be doing crime victims soon and that'll become the real story areas these. This poor woman just wanted to practice her religious freedom. That's what's going to happen right and an air by thank you a lunatic with the with the aluminum fall on upside yano. They're trying to take the ship back to slavery and everybody go now now. I was like no. That's the goal oh they they may never get there in but believe you me that though par possessed the goal they slowly chip away all <hes>. Let's see no in a people that are getting shipped back to all these places and but they were born here and they speak and shit. I don't their good job is going to be like we all know view from either ship. Speak the language that you've never been to but i'm abandoned becomes a problem. It's like a slippery slope once you start arts. You can't spot that. I'm just more upset about this specific. I did it there are some black people that want to participate in this level of bigotry and they they let that shit blinds them to the fact that they asked on the menu like you on the next page a fucking me swift flip flip one page over and you are on the white supremacy menu as motherfucking well. You might be desert which has its own to guide their menu so i i just when you see people that are like so fucking stupid to to the i know i mean. I don't think i need to do that and i'm like well. They wouldn't because you black you be upset. Will i mean that's i mean that's against the law. Wasn't there is to it. It should be should be you see we had we anti miscegenation laws in america worker like none like not that long ago was that a interracially married okay through racially married <hes> we in the same country of that right people like there are people alive who experienced that right like there's like we're not that far fucking removed from some of the things that people think that we're just over. Trump should've taught everybody that we can easily go back much easier. Go backwards in america ford to push forward to have significant progress. They does not get eroded much much much harder to do so to see people. Just kinda like you know yada yada yada when something happens because this is what gay people you know is is is it's very disappointing and i know that's just part of privileged. I now is not a specific black name but for me personally is more disappointed when his black people in my ass because we we experience oppression. We have the tools to be like i did. I'm going to look at this other person and that's why. I don't believe that people are impacts. People are mostly practicing impact empathy selectively but they're not actual impact because you can look at another person suffering suffering and just be like well. It's not me fucking and and not see the parallels to your own plight. I just don't know how you get by in life. Like how do you even how you swallow your tongue. You know what i mean like anyway. Ask one kay ivey who was a high qualified high quality woman. According to donald trump apologized for her black face skit k. obviously the alabama governor governor who donald trump things they how qualified quality he said just before boarding a plane rain <hes> <hes> the other day comments came when reporters asked for his response to cause for resignation at their radio recording of her talking about about a black face skit where was in that she was in while she was at auburn university researchers last week. What i don't know much about it. I just had seen something over the wires but she's a very high quality one. Okay avi very very high quality woman. I can tell you that and i know she apologized. Trump said some in alabama lawmakers a c._p._a. Officials caught on avi to reside at the recording became public auburn's first black student hair franklin also weighed in that is past for her to admit it starting point and she changes. I hope yeah and yeah. She says she didn't remember the black face skit but if they have a recording of it with her husband making jokes about it. It must be real. She's but she would not be resigning. No zero two hundred nine. I dunno people mustache you you had some type of conscience but how would she be republican if she did that. Come on guys but yeah now is pretty terrible house pretty terrible all right. Let's see how much time we're gonna live okay. We got some time <hes> thing. I will actually. I want to talk about in this segment thing. I'm actually going to do some l._g._b._t._q. News talk <music> yeah <music> <hes> up. I wanna ask you that. I wound alone and <hes> and you have the end with me own and run on a phone. Well now did him and now if you want to let me show left me off all right time for l._g._b._t._q. Taking news guys got a few articles talk about <hes> how high school students forced to change out of l._g._b._t._q. Pride shirts yes. We don't promote that here according to a number of students from martin county high school and as kentucky home of mike the two of their l._g._b._t._q. Indiana i can never remember think he's indiana. I don't know one of them want him. Gay hayden sakes into the l._g._b._t._q. Peers arrive to school on friday where shirts red queen queer and lady lesbian to represent their identities however everything's quickly took a turn school staff approached the freshman to tell them that apparel was not appropriate. The administrators told them that they had to change because their shirts we're a disruption it and then we don't promote a student who has to go by the pseudonym jessica to prefer to prevent further disciplinary action tells yahoo lifestyle now jessica allies in junior and senior classes are banding together to fight on behalf of the l._g._b._t._q. Students who are trying to earn respect and tolerance within their school community wanted students who war war start hasn't come out to their family. I cannot name the student wearing the shirts because some of them are not out to their families and would like to stay private but they still all to hell yeah they still want to help said a senior named lily van cise jessica ads after i was told about the situation i immediately started figuring out what i could do to correct the situation vast jessica and another student going by the pseudonym stacy. Tell yahoo lies down. They all were extremely upset with the initial explanation give it to their peers and why they were being forced to change change their shirts but when jessica stacey went directly to the school's principal to speak with her about the issue on monday they received another disappointing response the administrative state it to us us. The students were forced to change because administrators were worried for the dangers of the students and did not want to hear of any students coming back saying they were being bullied elite. That school was not a place for children to express the sexual orientation stacey says i'm the kind of the conversation we were told multiple times it just playing words with that man was not appropriate. Britt business school is like we know this. Environment is one you will be bullied for being out so we're gonna force you to go back in the closet. Is it for your own protection because we're not we couldn't possibly <hes> try to do anything to get other students to leave you alone act right and host oh seminars and teach people yeah. That's the thing we always do though we use like the fear of combat like this this paternal protectionism protectionism of people that's not true is really about getting the rain thing get you take the shirt off and they weren't back with no no no no. It's really for your benefit. Because are you going to get bullied. Let me tell you if you are a kid. That is eligible take you you are gonna get bullied and it ain't a certain they made it happen. Come own if anything you might be showing like in this case. Don't wear shirts actually got them to have allies on their side. That was like not we'll fight on your behalf you know because because that works it works that way as well but none of these kids is going to be able to <hes> none of these kids are doing this in a vacuum not not until basically you're saying we don't we don't we don't wanna fucking whining and complaining so take shut off right because when you give it's going to be off all basically that's what you tell them the children she she went on to say that the principal argued that destroys violet take some of the dress code at cost but no harmful words or terms when jessica and stacey press for more resources for the l._g._b._t._q. Students within within school like its own gay straight alliance so that the word queer lesbian wouldn't be viewed as controversial. They were allegedly shutdown. Yeah they sold the students. Were like well. We can take steps to make it. We educate our fellow students. Also the word queer and lesbian don't have to be bad words. <hes> like like queer. I do understand that can be used as a slayer. We've seen it use as a slur <hes> before <hes> but wouldn't wine when you calling yourself that and you are community is different <hes> forget what dave said. That's not true <hes> when you when you're in that community you can call yourself whatever and then also so <hes> if you said like what was what was lady lesbian or something like what was what was so bad about that one like. Let's say you think queer as a bad word. Okay geico you. You're not up on that. What was so what's the what's the bad harmful message in cali self a lesbian lady lesbian yeah well. How's that a slur lesbians the term they don't matter you said a word yeah so <hes> uh-huh yeah marin county schools didn't respond to requests for comment however superintendent larry james donald local station w. y. Mt any miscommunication actions were resolved. We definitely do not do not want any restaurants to feel like they're discriminated against. It hasn't been was what are we talking about right. Under under students said we want the administration to really treat others equally because we want the ability to express identities just like the students who wear trump apparel religious apparel or confederate flag. I know we are in a rural christian republican community but we won't tolerate. Azures aren't hurting anyone. It's fair that because the staff has starting believes they trees three students differently as scare them into not speaking out. We want justice now see that shit is what i'm talking about. You got kids come to school and other shit but what this but those aren't harmful so make america great again not a harmful message anybody right confederate flag not harm today anybody because it was the rule. It wouldn't be tolerated allocated for that shit either right like you tell by how you how you how you enforce. The rule is how you tell me what's real is like twitter right. We don't want any white supremacist on here about about okay cool so these are the words white supremacist us. Get those accounts out here. Whoa whoa we can't do that because we data. We didn't know kicking off some g._o._p. Senators and okay what you said. I mean you be kicking off some white supremacists. That just happened to be <music> cylinders side g._o._p. Allies furnaces problem not oh but now you can't do it right okay so we're gonna shut down. People saying dan were well. Everyone getting kicked off. Say the word black people using it. <hes> black people can use it not on twitter. We gotta be fair. We gotta do this right so you can't kick off people that utilize premises words 'cause they might be a politician. You can't kick are black people. They use nigger as a term of endearment hear me for what reason why that's the difference you know. I feel like that's what happened at this school <hes> anyway terrible <hes> and and i'm glad the only ray of sunshine in this is the students don't cells and allies students the students that actually have empathy of of stepping up and be like this is wrong and also one beautiful thing about age you live in now chosen powerless this so many avenues business so many resources there they didn't have before so now you attacking a student body and they've educated so don't you think they've seen the park lynn <hes> teenagers yeah now these teenagers this organiz and done done these great. Things and people have mimic damage. She let it with a oh. We're not going to deal with that what we're gonna do. We're going to get together protests do it. We got to do so you're talking to. You're not talking to a dome student body did with this bow down to give them and i know we talked about dave chapelle uh-huh ad nauseam yesterday and i'm sure there are some people that probably felt away about that or whatever <hes> but it's you know you clicked on our my face right. We can say we want <hes> but this is part of the reason that is just jokes. Okay doesn't cover wing your mocking l._g._b._t._q. People right because we're talking about a crisis his of kids being picked on and literally suicide. I._r._a.'s out to you know just got high <hes> <hes> harassment rates sky high and an environment where you have an administration so antagonistic toward them with policies and erasing the protections that they had instituted under the obama administration that says hey you can't fire someone one for being trans well now you can so we're not talking about as society where we say oh everybody gets picked on and i'm just making these jokes because everybody gets the same. Everybody doesn't get it to say and also you don't pick on everybody. They japan pick on everybody. Know comedian does inconvenient says as lion. Any fan of defense comedian for that is lying. They're lying to you. Know one picks on everybody. Equally they have a point of view you and it typically is one that they espouse in real life unless they're playing a character on stage most of the time they're like i believe shit. I'm saying and i'm gonna find a way to make you laugh about the things i believe so it is a weird dichotomy to exist whereas like i find him laughing at a <hes> trans people talking about grabbing genitals and and all this i find that hilarious and also at the same time <hes> <hes> man. I wish these trans kids. Stop killing themselves. I wish these kids stop picking on. What jokes do you think they're picking on with. You know we have a <hes> do with a platform like that that we know. His shit goes viral. We know that his his commentary becomes a thing in a cultural zeitgeist. Who do you think is hearing and relating back. You know like i know people think about that shit anyway. <hes> t._s._a. Is pressuring transpeople in a shorter genitals before they can board a plane. <hes> september fifteen twenty seventeen olivia stepped into a full body scanner at fort lauderdale hollywood international airport when she stepped out a female transportation security administration officer approach approach on the scanner screen was an outline of human body with a groin highlighted the officer told alleviate that because it's something to scan had to take the pat down be necessary as a transgender woman livia thirty stakes that faced additional scrutiny before although the cages of manual starts at a checkpoint have been enough to assure the t._s._a. Officers that there wasn't a weapon or explosive hidden in in her undergarments. This encounter t._s._a. Was very different at the padding donna livia testing our hands voice wasn't residue. The officers said that she still couldn't clear olivia livia border flight and that a further search would be required liberals led to a private room where she said out the pattern her hand out a live his legs over her growing. I told her if the issue you is what you have to let me tell you what that is is. My penis said libya who agree to be interviewed. Only issue identified her middle name because she fears people were treated differently. They know she's transgender soon after three other officers all them women and at least one of them a supervisor edinburgh t._s._a. Rules require passengers be searched by officers of the same gender at the present but according to livy the t._s._a. Supervisor told her that she had to be patted down by mail officer. After libya refused accused be searched by men and officers started because he was standing to assert she could not border fly. It would be escorted out of terminal. She started crying and pleading with dialysis. Can i just show you. She recalled recall asking them the t._s._a. Officers are suppose allow passengers to remove the undergarments but libya said ops is in the room were did not object to live with her ruffled black and white scar underwear. We're down to her ankles. Olivia was cleared to go to a gate <hes> the t._s._a. Can then you got to do that. <hes> as humiliating as it has to be you know even if your decision right even if you just get to a room by the same people same gender as you go all right pull out your fucking genitals. We need to look animal adam. That's already humiliating period then. You had this extra level of it <hes> in south. They don't really have anything in place right right right right or they violated what was in place because they say same genders you present and then when we got a man to come here so they clearly didn't give a fuck about the a policy or no it well enough to understand extended a problem propublica reviewed the policy publicly available complain data from not t._s._a.'s website ask as tragic travelers to provide account today experiences at airport checkpoints the review which covered civil rights complaints filed from january twenty sixteen eighteen april two thousand nine hundred ninety found that five percent or two hundred ninety eight complaints related to screening of transgender people even though they are estimated to make up slightly less than one percent of population so you have a much higher so basically the math is if you are trends you have like five times higher right of getting stopped than someone. Who was this this because you only represent about one percent of the population yu-gi-oh five percent of the check for five percent of the issues. Are you like us. Hey we got pulled you over to talk to you. That's a yeah you probably go through t._s._a. Nervous i'd never i now fairness my own. Privilege never had really thought about this. The the idea of that body scanners thing the t._s._a. And i never thought about your what if your trays and somebody's like you know now. You've got a whole another level attention. I'll be thinking about being black or having a beard or my wife haven't natural hair and shit and yet is this another fucking level of humiliation and and astros as it happens and you know many of us. Take it for granted. You know meanwhile t._s._a. Don't stop shit t._s._a. Is not stopping terrorist attacks life life. You know what i mean like t._n._t. Essay is basically a glorified. You know just they might as well wave a magic wand over you you you know so yes. That's horrible <hes> anyway <hes> some horrible news today. I'm sorry but we gotta talk about it and i know for me. That's one reason why when we go through the t._s._a. Our yoga pants. Nobody no matter the weather because <hes> what i realize that the tide of your clothes when you're poofs you normally don't have that issue right but if you have the other ones right will feel is probably going to flag something right in his fucking ridiculous as long as you 'cause after they do the thing and be sure you got no explosives issue like natura funny the interaction she in thin like that lily should be ended the interaction maliki ober book. He's making the rounds. Look grand opening. Grand closing may doesn't such as fast and sad story allegedly. I don't know how we'll find out how through it is eventually i guess but he originally came out as a striker came out and quotes as a straight man who is attracted to women and doesn't differentiate between incision transgender women and grandpa's to actor who <hes> <hes> yes no from new york undercover in empire and tyler perry movies. <hes> says he was a video of a man. Dan who was picked on by other black men <hes> who the man apparently was dating transforming and so the other men were filming themselves like mocking him calling him names and all kinds of just you know horrible homophobic transphobic shit as how the captain under it a bleak elvis has attention black and all men. This is not okay in all caps. There's video is another heartbreaking example of the homophobia. Transphobia hatred hypocrisy. We as black folks black men particularly have to name face and call out and do do the work to heal. This is exactly why i will be at trans march on dc healthy no workshop call love and trauma. The trans experience september twenty december twenty nineteen details to be his name is my res res willoughby twenty year old baby who killed himself from an apparent drug overdose after his girlfriend left left him due to abuse clearly evidence in his video. This young man was confident in his choice to love who loves but the uninformed around him having been taught by us. They love is love and acceptance of trans loves okay and bully has nothing to do with masculinity or heterosexual behavior ultimately his mental and emotional health was not intact enough and the fragility agility of his life as he saw it was too much to bear oftentimes. This type of shame ridicule can lead to the murders of women of the trans experience. That's true not okay clearly. He didn't get the support of his peers who that toxicity eagles masculinity and humanity <hes>. I know almost at the break i'm still a i'm almost that being a real man means we must disrespected demean those that find themselves attracted to women other trans experience the fact that he was trans attracted attracted presumably meant that he had no safe-space to go to five support he needed to navigate the love of a woman of the trans experience in a world. That constantly tells you you're wrong. Trans people deserve love and respect as do those of us that love them. I love all women and count myself among like those that find themselves trans attracted and to felt the self-imposed shame that comes with that true but it's time to speak up. It is not about genitalia a._s._x. But about attraction to the solar humanity of individual often a beauty that is in the courage and conviction to live on truth as self identify dentis is head or sexual man i to learn what it means to be. Trans attracted many of us famous otherwise they have struggled with tonight attractions so we did nothing this must change and then the prayer hand emoji all right so new section. We're back. <hes> a lot of people were of course applauding him for bringing attention to the issue. <hes> you know it was cool to see you know people so that we're like yo you know. Finally you know black man is not afraid to admit this <hes> because so much of the one one on one hand is also a huge problem that you have black man being the ones that kill the most marginalized endangered people within our community which trans women of color so a lot of times people to kill them. Look they're men. They're they're black men so to see somebody so vehemently be like yo we have to stop this mocking and belittling these men won their fragile and they may abuse or kill will a trans woman because they been mocked by these other men right then in this case he killed himself <hes> via drug overdose or whatnot i. I don't know if it's intentional or not but you know people are basically being like yeah. This dude is dead and his people were the dues as opposed to support and love love you was out here. Call him names and mocking him and all this type of shit so you know and they thought it was funny. You know which wise not just jokes just that's why is not just jokes. I'm sorry to be the fucking party pooper on shit but that's why the fuck is not just jokes man. So what were these jokes dan. I'd easiest jokes too. I guess you said on stage and netflix is cool. You know what i mean like. It's just it's why people aww fuck with those jokes man. I'm sorry to be that person but it's kind of like it should be obvious to everybody but some people don't like. I said everything is a thing a lot. Lot of people don't have so you know at the hearing that i thought reading now say yeah for that like right has off like not too many people braving admit that and then also not too many people <hes> calling out the community on that not too many people about men grand opening grand closing less than twenty four hours later he it was revealed that he may have done this would alterior motive because why and transforming <hes> came out and claimed that he should not be praised because she. She said he paid her for sex. Watch was still a teenager own new york. Chow sex abuse law means me will have to face the music excited burst a lot of folks bubbles mariah lopez ebony row in a facebook post on sunday without offering proof with claims the post probably went viral and has been shared hundreds the times <hes>. I don't know what proof you be able to offer but you know i like. I said i hope is not true. As with all this shit i never never hope i of the two horrible choices when somebody is accused of something like this out of rather somebody be accusing him or something that has not true then for this to have happened. <hes> you know like dwight howard where it turned out to be like oh persons gamer and shit like i rather that happened then see what happens when israel but you know and of course that wasn't a criminal thing. I don't think i can't remember what personality accused <hes> dweider but august twenty six jehovah posted a video tonio maris look what i just rage out. It was not until a week later. The media allies began to take notice so he actually had okay he had actually said this last week and nobody said anything so social media use criticize y'all before his admission but many kane the fans appraiser actor that avenue made the startling claim that the new york undercover act to pay for almost twenty years ago when she was a minor his admission to me and sexually attracted to translate trans woman is bound to open the doors box for him not because women are trans but because many of the trans women he engaged in sexual exploration exploitation with on fourteenth street times square <hes> elsewhere where minors including myself she wrote avenue visited yoga assisted a yellow we drive around new york city's meatpacking district looking for sex workers who were black trans girls. She said she remembered the day she found out he was interested in her. You always remember celebrity. Clients is like time slows down. You remember very detailed blood pounding. He was q. f. alight. Don't get me wrong but i'm sure he knew what he was doing was wrong. She recalled balik. Pay me to do as a thirteen sixteen year. Old wasn't doesn't love his ignoring that i was clearly. A child prostitute wasn't love everyone out to allege the actor bag for protected sex and was sure that she was not the only only ed eight sex worker he had been with that was his love budget caps and spell it out for trans women over the where was his love for transplant the last twenty years where his girlfriend's something tells me i'm not the only one who's got dirt on this individual also tells me didn't just up and decide to come out. He was pushed capital not to make a fool yourself supported him and his message. I'm sure i'm not the only trans person who was a minor when maliki over i loved them. She continued as of monday morning. Yoga has yet to comment on the allegations so i don't know what else is coming from that but man that was like a like a dope story. Wow i can't believe you do <hes> you know really just didn't just come out but you know as trans. He says trans attracted. I don't think there's extra ah didn't come out that but he also was like you know shame on these people that are here really look at this problem. We have within the black community enam within like forty eight hours like oh never mind <hes> all all right now. Let's well surely do <hes> you know. Let's get outta here. Does it all right labor day labor day. You know our anniversary. We gave you guys a show anniversary anniversary breakfast yeah my day we're preach yeah and and before we leave <hes> continue to say time went by so fast because they don't feel like seventeen years it was just me not definitely not found floundering fine when you lose count like me when you lose count mel gibson carries asem russell through malibu mel gibson leftist god's clay more at home in this day out there for more nimble sword when he said off of malibu to sixty three zero braveheart i i was seeing saturday afternoon had malibu coun county mark recreate the movie was happening here which movie braveheart yeah i guess while clutching in a hilton with toys samurai sword when i- braveheart didn't add down the sorts along with japanese cutlery gives him sporting a distinguished greybeard gibson. If some was also near the annual malibu chili cook also as possible to semi one by one of his children at the proper carl h how can win a sword at in a carnival. We're okay with that. What did i turn in mickey mouse going. We're okay with that. Here's a dangerous weapon. Chowed out have fun. I bet it was five thousand tickets gives him welcome to the lars with his girlfriend. Rosalind ross january away twenty seventeen man. I'm telling you man you raise like that. These young women do not give a fuck. They're like i can get a piece of his old man's. There's coins. I'm about to about one these babies. I'm a busted wide open like the thing about busting it open for mel gibson adam taste. We heard so why why are we were hearing those tapes. There was another person that listened to the same things we are talking about. I fucking kill you. Are you in a rose garden. I hope you gave fucked by packing niggers. I'll be getting raped while we were listening to that going. Oh my god. This dude is horrible. Some woman out there listen going. Oh my god take a little break up all right changed. I can finally get so mel. Gibson seed okay is passing it out out like the farmers market okay and i'm going to get the rest of my life all right don't care. He got mad baby mamas ryan healy he they did a long before i will be yeah. Yeah male has seven to seven children with his first wife then he has a daughter. Lucia luzia daughter named lucia with the russian musician scanner gregory over <hes> gregoria are grew. Yesterday he looked he look to be trying to stay under the radar as he was wearing sunglasses and a baseball cat while crossing the street into the popular shopping center the also appear to be in great shape at the folks in on itself self last year at work with a fitness coach in australia <hes> revealing the regimen during an interview last year. We don't under- okay the mel gibson non-racist racist walking. The streets would soar because that's okay. That's the world we live in your the luck out there to everybody not wild our our talk the isleta until next time i love you.
EP: 1 Whats The Sparked Life About? The #Sparked Life Podcast
"Hey purpose steel wicker into inside your sister and her best and says Ajay purpose keeps. I wanted what soup. Welcome I woke in snoop thus sparked by the place war growing museum. Risks comes together unlocked with sparks from and Mars purpose. That's actually feel this far tonight. Anchor the results. That so perfect question. Are you ready. Let's go hey. Purpose speeds welcome welcome. Welcome welcome to the first episode of the sparked live so it was the spark. Like what is this all about. So when you think about the sparked life spark a verb so that means something is triggered something is ignited and in order for us to live. These lives of purpose. We need to have those sparks and respond to them to build in cultivate them them to create our life purpose to use those sparks to build them into a flame into something that sustains us into something that invigorates rates us so that we can do things we were meant to do with the people. We were meant to do them. That's the simple version of it. So if you think about Times when some of US purpose peeps were either girl scouts or boy scouts and we had to learn how to Build sparks in order to build fires. When when we were out in the wilderness? So what did you do. You had to strike things together. You had to do things to generate that spark and then you had to throw stuff on top of it to keep that flame going so that it just didn't fizzle out so they just didn't have a spark my hope and then next thing you know it's gone and you starting back from Ground Zero so if you think about that experience and apply it to our lives purpose speaks we want to understand what sparks us so that we can leverage that so we can throw some stuff on it and build it into the sustainable frank flames and why it's an import because raise your hand if you're all about living that sparked if you're all about living the blueprint and the intention of your design if you're all about sharing the things didn't make you Unique unique value. And how you arrive at meaning in your life and to Kenneth Spread that out and build a life around it and that's the journey that were on and that's what's available to us purpose piece so if you think about how life can sometimes on teachers it teaches us the nature it teaches us about patterns in kind of systems of things right So we can begin to unlock our lives and unlock these patterns to really understand. Understand what sparked says and use that to define our definition for success and go out and live those results that matter okay. So let's talk about some of the myths that some of US purpose peeps might be thinking to ourselves about this sparked light. Okay Okay so a myth number one. The spotlight is only four. And then you can fill in the blank. So we may think that sparked life is for this age group or that age group older or younger or somewhere between we may think it has to do with Our economic oh I'm ecstatic like how much money's in the bay in that and that lends to our spark and live in that sparked live or maybe we think it's for for A certain place in the world or maybe it's four people that do certain types of work or maybe we have to go work for a not for profit to have sparked I live or maybe we have to Sacrifice results for things that matter all these things things are just like miss purpose. PEOP- for sparked light. Because the truth this sparked life is for everyone and it only takes a connection with your frequency in essential practice in effort effort to stay tuned. So if you think about your spark as a way of like tuning in you're like own personal litmus test to say and my own off and I'm going join the right direction or not going the right direction This is what's available to us in our spark twice. So if you think about the movie again Ganga's we want to have some simple simple examples from life because says the spark wipers for everyone. We we don't want to have to have a PhD in something to CPA able to crack the code in our spotlight right so think about the movie wriggling time so my daughter and I go to see this movie and One of the hair friends in the movie. She's trying to kind of time warp to go find her dad. So she's trying to find that wrinkle in time to go find. Her Dad Oprah Winfrey is telling her her you know you gotta just find your frequency if you can find your frequency than you can go. And she's having such a hard time because she's in her head space right and once lynch she really taps into who she is a person nat how everybody else found their frequency and was able to go zip in another time. Her younger brother could do it with ease. He's like it wasn't anything it just was here. We go and were there but once she really tapped into who she is as a person and what makes her tick in her sparks she was able to find a frequency and she was able to work with everyone else in the group. So if you think about your spark light and you think about finding your frequency That's really like your Life's mission that's really like your internal process to really understand. What makes you tick and what triggers as you like? What triggers recruiter Yossi like? What triggers your excitement from physiological standpoint. Okay and get get more into that in a minute. So another myth purpose piece is that sparked like is for the Rock group or for a certain type of purpose. Be Okay so I think you can probably here in this first episode that I got I got to counter a lot of Ron Ryan me do But the spark isn't just for us it isn't just floor extroverts. Czar introverts or people that are in the middle. It's not floor. Certain personality types is not for people that express themselves externally versus express themselves as you know internally it's it's all of us and it doesn't matter how we express it the point is we know in were sparked internally we know when something has really clicked with us in powerful that in a powerful way and we want to connect more with that so again. It's part of that on personal journey. And we physiologically Ashley wired to live How do I know this? Because we're sparked or fulfill doing the things that we live And we produce produced oxytocin. which is the hormone? But guess what. That's just not available when we're whipped the purpose piece that we love and Adore. It's also available wolf to us when we are doing the things that we love in the door and the door. And when we're in alignment for that Individual fingerprint that blueprint the kind of defines who we are from the inside out and so it's not a bad a raw but and You can you don't it doesn't matter you you have have access to your own response to what makes you tick. And no one can tell you what that looks live. So the sparked life is like this internal thing this happening and we're kind of lit up from the inside out okay. So if you're wrong with it great if you are quiet with it okay. But guess what is an interview that you are emitting at. It attracts other purpose. peeps and We need other purpose to help us to fulfil zeal. Whatever our results that matter? It's just it's just a way to To tap in and to be able to express that in whatever ways meaningful fear okay so third myth ready. I need money or status in when I arrive at whatever that looks like for me then I can go live that sparked live okay so if you are a purpose pete. That's waiting for retirement to live your sparked live Wait no longer if you are purpose. Repeat that thinks that you have to have a certain amount of money in the bank or some type of Sense of security to be able to live. Your spark live untrue natural at all And if you think that that is money as a requirement to live your spark life. That's not true. Now money's great money. Money is innocent energetic and it allows us to have access right but access to what like what sparks you. What would you do if you tomorrow? Woke up in had a bank account that was like oozing is money coming out of the audit was money coming out of the chimney out of the ceiling. The windows what would as you do with it. Like what was sparked you. What would you do with it now? Think about that because there are plenty of purpose peeps out here that have Financial security but aren't living sparked live or think about the people that like win the lottery and the money just kind of goes through their hands ads and they end up having lost everything you know and I would just say that Are we connect with our sparked life Whatever my resource time money resources that we have available to us are like channel in alignment with what we understand about our purpose prison? What makes us check? And we're able to really leverage whatever we have access to were also able to attract the things that we need to be able to live live at our sparked by an to attain those results matter we were designed to do it okay So those are the three things that I really wanted to talk about just to kind of put some demystify what we're talking about year to make sure that you understand that it's available so again purse purpose piece. I'm your sister in purpose. Best and resultant. So here's your homework until we get together next time. I really want you to think about like what are your. What are your barriers to you on your life and purpose like what things have gone on and your Mindset on your conditioning that would make you think on A. It's not for you so you can champion other people's version and you can Be a cheerleader forever people but it may not be available to you or just just what. What are those mindset mindset shifts that need to change to align with just a simple affirmation that the sparked life is for me so until we meet again at love love you just practice? The affirmation of the sparked life is for me. I'm living it right now. How about that? I'm living it right now. So if you look at the sample episode I talked about what happens when life happens. Okay so it doesn't matter how life is happening right because it's life that's what it does. Do you know that you are still right now. Living your sparked lie and if we could just change aimed begin with changing our mindset then our activities are hard in our feet will go in the same direction as mindset. Okay so What things are one thing is what things are Kinda holding you back from fully embracing that the spark life for you and then the second thing is to embrace the affirmation affirmation so something that were sent you're saying to yourself every day Repeatedly the spotlight is for me. And I'm living my spotlight right now. Okay okay so those two things until we meet again purpose. peeps hit subscribe and joined the Pike Cash. So we don't miss any of his goodness business as we unlock and UNPACK. What are spark lives mean to us and how we access that wonderful wonderful gift that we all share and to be able to to leverage that throughout our lives purpose so invite others to the conversation and share with those in your communities and let's grow together purpose purpose paid? Let's go destination. 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184. Strategic Curiosity
"The. This is lobby your work on this show. We help you make it as a creative finder. Unique voice. Find the right mindset to succeed. Be the first to capitalize on new opportunities to make a living making your art. I am David cavity if you want to join us here in love your work, every Thursday. Cleese hit subscribe on your podcast app, and if you want the very best of love your work, if you want the gems that I've discovered in my thousands of hours of research into history's greatest creators, all in one short weekly Email sign up for my love Mondays newsletter at kademi dot net slash Mondays. Curiosity is powerful fuel. If you wanna make it as a creative, you need to follow things that you're curious about because it's your best shot at being able to put in the work that is necessary to succeed. If you are curious about something that can help motivate you through the inevitable discomfort that comes along with making. Your work real. But curiosity can also be so powerful that it can take you off track. It can distract you from what it is. You're trying to achieve it. Can give you shiny object syndrome where project after project seems more interesting than the previous project. So in this week's episode, I'm gonna talk to you about how to use curiosity strategically. How can you purposefully harness the fuel of curiosity while also driving you toward your goals? You're listening right now to thraw free free is the first person to be featured in a new love your work listener showcase frothy makes use it for entrepreneurs. So next time you want to focus on creating something, great checkout frothy on Spotify, apple music, and many more other places visit froth free. That's F R A F r I dot com to find all the places where you can listen to the music if you would like your work to be featured on love your work, and it doesn't have to be music. It could be writing or visual arts. Anything you create apply to be featured in the love your work listeners showcase go to cabbie dot net slash showcase. I would love to feature some of the work of some of the great listeners that are out there who are creating things at his caveat, net slash showcase. It's a really short application. Okay. Here's the article. Strategic curiosity. Curiosity is powerful fuel. You can work harder on something you're curious about yet. Curiosity is such powerful fuel. It can get you off track you can get curious about something totally unrelated to your goal. And now you're distracted. The remedy is to be strategic with your curiosity strategic. Curiosity uses the power of curiosity to fuel motivation while achieving strategic goals. There are two ways to be strategic with curiosity. You can use surround and conquer curiosity. Or you can use redirecting curiosity us surround and conquer curiosity when you have a strategic goal, but you aren't curious about the area of interest that. Will lead you to that goal. See if you can find Theriault city in a neighboring topic that will soften the resistance around detergent area of interest, and Alex banned on this redirect curiosity is to stop curiosity from taking you off track Seaview can satisfy that curiosity in a way that will move you toward some strategic goal. I was strategic with Mike Yossi when I wanted to learn about writing fiction, I didn't feel I could make progress because I don't get excited about reading fiction wasn't curious about reading fiction writing. So I used the surround and conquer curiosity strategy to strategically make myself curious about reading fiction. I found neighboring concepts that I was curious about and pursued those areas in a way that would make me curious about reading fiction. I realized that, while I don't read fiction I do watch movies. So I started reading screenplays of my favorite movies, which was to surround the area of interest. The next thing I knew I was reading novels. I conquered the area of interest, I wanted to read the novels upon which my favorite movies were based, especially after reading the screenplays notice that I didn't go straight to reading novels about movies novels felt like a slog to me, reading screenplays felt more cinematic. It was like watching the movie in my head. But now, I was at least reading I combined the movie watching experience with the activity of reading the next natural step, was to read, novels my foray into learning about fiction writing was also an exercise in redirecting curiosity. I found myself curious. About learning about fiction writing, but I couldn't justify my curiosity for learning about fiction writing. I was already struggling to make it as a nonfiction writer. So I was a long ways off, especially as someone who reads, very little fiction from success as a fiction writer, I needed a way to harness my curiosity about fiction writing, so that it would be useful in some way, I redirected my curiosity, so that while learning about fiction writing, I would also be learning about storytelling, even though I wasn't going to write a novel anytime soon. I knew I could use better storytelling to make my nonfiction writing better as I was reading the screenplays of my favorite movies to get myself interested in fiction writing I used that curiosity to get myself interested in reading screenplay analysis books. The screenplay analysis books taught me a l-. What about great storytelling? I then used those storytelling devices in my nonfiction writing so far is working the audible version of my latest. Nonfiction book gets a high rating for story. The next time you have a goal that you can't get curious about ask yourself is there a neighboring concept that I am curious about can I use that fuel to cultivate curiosity in my target concept, the next time you find yourself curious about something that has no practical basis, ask yourself. Can I use this curiosity in a way that will move me towards some other goal? I have you'll work harder than ever, but you'll enjoy it more than ever and you'll get more done. Is love your work helping you find your unique creative voice. Does it bring you the inspiration and motivation you need to become the creator and human, you want to be if so? Please be a part of making this a special and nourishing and thoughtful show support the show on patriots. It'll be an even bigger part of the show than you already are, if you contribute just to coffee a month, you'll be helping support the hosting and production of love your work. Everyone has some unique creative gift to offer the world. 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Apple Watch 3 Review in 2019
"Sponsored by Yossi Stream get thousands of documentaries and Nebula four free four thirty one days link in the description earlier this month the two thousand Nineteen Apple Watch series five debut with its new always on display starting at three ninety nine for the regular model and four nine for the cellular version in my review link description I called it the world's best health and fitness tracker and motivator connected communications and emergency contact band and wearable wearable computer platform and now simply the best watch period at the same time though the twenty-seven Apple Watch series three was also reintroduced and the lowest entry level price ever one ninety nine for the regular model and to ninety nine for the cellular sure. It's a low enough price at some original series one apple Apple Watch owners might be tempted to upgrade when they otherwise wouldn't but it's also a low enough price point where I think a lot of people the vast majority of people all who still haven't even tried out an Apple Watch might decide to take the plunge for the first time especially during the holiday sales and gift giving season shout out to thriftier so question becomes is it worth it irony Ritchie and this is the Apple Watch series three in two thousand nineteen and should I keep saying Vector Apple Watch series three was the last to bear the original design by that I mean the displays are slightly smaller the Basil's slightly bigger the capsule of the casing not quite as flat feeling or sleek looking but strap it on and light it up and instantly it still looks pure Sifi. Even if it's a little little retro sci fi now compared to the latest models it still comes in two sizes which is great for people with both smaller and bigger wrists and display needs the smaller is to forty two by three sixty resolution at thirty millimeters and the larger three by three ninety resolution at forty two millimeters the series three displays are also lead which means deep inky blacks and almost melt away into the big vessels and rich vibrant colors that pop right out of them and RGB Stripe. It's not pen pal like phones which makes them look even crisper and sharper. It's not the same as the Apple Watch series four and five which hit three hundred and twenty four by three hundred ninety four pixels at forty millimeters and three hundred sixty eight by one hundred and forty eight pixels at forty four millimeters also because the series we display is square and not rounded and smaller it seems there's a bit cramped now compared to the five and it is for example the series three doesn't get all the new fantasy watch faces of the series four and five in some cases. That's it's no big loss. Several of them are just special effect faces like fire and water designed entirely a show off the bigger watch faces in other cases like with infographics the losses more meaningful you don't get all the richer super complications that provide higher information density and that's something. I personally come to depend on as my daily neely dashboard while I'm at work for example you do get the same one thousand knits brightness on both series three and series five so display remains legible even under fairly aggressive sunlight light but you don't get the always on display of the series five which instead of turning off when you're not interacting with it simply abides in dimmer lower power state but in a way that you can still glance at it and see the time even complications or workout data without having to raise or tap to wake it for me that makes the watch functional as a watch but others seem not to like it or want it so it may not make any real difference to you. The physical casing for the series three isn't just small series five either. It's ever so slightly slightly thicker like less than a millimeter but it does end up feeling not quite as flat on the wrist in a bit more capsule lake also because apple is only selling the aluminum version of the series three. It's only available with Ionics or ion exchange glass. That's a fancy name for chemically hardened glass apple uses to reduce the likelihood of scratches coaches scarfs and breaks including on all of the IPHONES. If you want an even tougher Sapphire Crystal you'll have to move up to the Apple Watch series five and the higher end materials like steel steel titanium or ceramic. Now I have gotten a few scratches and scuff on my glass. Apple Watch over the years but nothing that I can really see when the display is all lit up or even really notice notice unless I hold them up to the light and look for them. The really cool thing is though the Apple Watch series three is compatible with all apple watch bands going back to the original and up to the most most recent ones released just this fall small small large too large even though the case sizes have changed the groove and look sizes remain exactly the same so if bands matter matter most to you you have exactly the same options even with the Apple Watch series three apple. Watch series three has most of the same health and fitness features as the series five that that includes activity rings so you can keep up with meeting or exceeding your stand movement exercise goals every day. The coaching and encouragement mechanisms have gotten better and better over time but the simple satisfying nature of seeing those rings close towards the end of the day is the same the series three is also properly waterproof to fifty meters so you can track all all your swims as well as walks runs cycles wheels all of that and it's got a biometric altimeter to measure elevation for your stairs hikes and climbs and an optical Michael Heart rate sensor not only for accurate calorie count but for low high irregular heart rate notifications as well it doesn't have the electrical heart rate sensor of this series five okay though so it can't even use the APP even when available and it doesn't have the newer generation sensor is needed for Fall Texan either so you can't get those alerts when apple will introduce those features last year. I immediately got the series for for my immediate family. Fall detection itself was that important to me and earlier this year. When one of them fell all down the stairs and it went off? It was immediately worth it also while the series three does have emergency. SOS so you can call for help if your iphone isn't in reach or even around if you have the cellular model it doesn't have the new modem with international SOS calling even if you don't have a local cell plan so if you want all of the potentially life-saving lifesaving features Apple Watch has to offer. You're going to want the series five but if what you're looking for is Exercise Activity Monitoring Coaching and encouragement and workouts the the series three offers pretty much everything that you'll need beyond the cool faces and features the Apple Watch is a full-on wrist computer it can run all the APPS in the Apple Watch store and it has there's some cutting edge silicon inside looking inside a watch. There's an s really system in package which is like a whole computer in a chip. It's dual core and seventy percent send faster than the previous generation S. two it also enables voice activated Siri The S. five system in package and the Apple Watch series five is even more capable of course fully sixty four bit and fifty percent faster again the three it also has a built in compass which makes things like walking directions and maps just that much better and and a new w three chip that improve on the W. Two chip in the series three making wireless work even faster and more efficiently they both have the same wi fi capabilities though up to in two thousand eleven and at two point four gigahertz but while the series five has bluetooth five the series three tops out Bluetooth four point two so the series three doesn't quite have the same range speed and efficiency over Bluetooth but practically data day you may not notice much difference. The series three also has sixteen gigabytes of storage to thirty two gigabytes now in this series five so if you want to keep a lot of music podcasts or audiobooks locally on your wrist. That's something to consider as well still both are rated for the same eighteen hours of battery life. Apple Watch series three can also run the brand you watch. Os Six of course and it's new calculator audiobook activity trends in cycle tracking and more I'm going to do a separate video on that but it includes the on device APP stores you can download right onto the series three no iphone needed and given that apple is currently supporting watch. Os Six all the way back to the two thousand Sixteen Apple Watch series one and series two. There's a good chance they'll keep on supporting apple. Watch series three until at least watch. Os Eight if not nine nine or more the Apple Watch series five is legit amazing but it starts at three hundred nine for Wifi and GPS and four nine for cellular that's why at the last apple event when they announced this series three was dropping to one nine nine for Wifi plus GPS and to ninety nine for cellular. I was almost more excited. It was the same I'm excitement. I felt when apple announced a nine point seven ipaq now ten point two inch IPAD for three twenty nine prices go up. It's what they do and the price of the very top end end of apple product lines has been rising steadily as their feature sets average selling prices have largely stayed the same even if Pecan valley from year to year but the big stickers are the ones that stick out and get all of the attention so when you see a new entry level especially when it has a price like the Apple Watch series three it has an equal the an opposite effect it makes technology field affordable and attainable to everyone tech media obsesses about upgrades especially your over your upgrades. That increasingly recently just aren't the norm people who do that tend to preorder. They're already taken care of but like I said at the beginning the vast majority of people don't even have an Apple Apple Watch yet any Apple Watch and series three starting at one thousand nine might just be the thing that changes that and in that case. I'd say pretty much exactly the same thing at one ninety nine. The series three is a hell of a deal and to potentially get even better as we roll into the holiday shopping season depending on how competitive the big retailers really get so much so that even tech enthusiast already ordered their own series five might just start looking at series three for the rest of their family and sure if you or yours the series series three is what gets your attention but you ultimately decide the bigger always on display and especially those potentially life-saving features like fall detection and International. SOS are worth the extra cost. That's totally cool otherwise even in two thousand Nineteen Apple Watch series three is still one of the best health and fitness trackers and motivators connected communications and emergency contact bands and wearable computer platforms in the world and starting at one nine. I expect to fly off the shelves and into a lot of new lives as we head into this New Year now one quick note some of you have asked how you can watch my videos but not on Youtube. I do put the audio versions up as podcast but for a variety of reasons from hosting costs a lack of popularity video podcast aren't an option or even really a thing anymore anymore. Which is why I helped build Nebula and why you can now get it as part of curiosity stream. NEBULA is a streaming video platform built by and for independent the creators like CGP Gray Lindsay Ellis polly matter Thomas Frank Half as interesting real engineering and yours truly. We're curiousity. Stream is all about a big budget nonfiction videos. We're building Nebula because you wanted to be a place for education creators to try out new content ideas that might not work on youtube or for people who simply don't want to watch on Youtube and you'll also get access to those thousands of documentaries and series like the secret lives of big cats which tells the story story of Siberian tigers the largest all cats just go to curiosity stream dot com slash vector to watch and for unlimited access to the world's top documentaries and nonfiction series and now Nebula is well and enter the Promo Code Vector to start your membership completely free for thirty one days. Thanks curiosity and thanks to all of you for supporting reporting the show okay so Apple Watch series three in two thousand nineteen. You've heard what I think. Now I want to hear from you hit like if you do subscribe if you haven't already digital the crown that Belgium's most you don't miss what's coming up next and then hit up the comments and let me know is series three for one nine nine the thing that takes watch to the next level or not so much Josh. Thanks for watching next radio ooh.
26. Wash yo Hands!
"Corona Batteries Oh. I can't say the country you our country GonNa take that country out. Okay one to coronal Bob Rhys Anyway. Eight aboard pro anyway. Hi Is Kiera and Jerry is sugar Been a minute. The thing is we're supposed to be social distancing but here jerk is at my house want my house Jerick girl. 'cause you cook in. It was worth the risk. That was the reason grads but what I make go ahead. She maze so Mac and cheese green. I made cornbread Jiffy but one. Okay go on What did you checking girl? No public made that Shit. Yeah so like I say. Greens into Mac and cheese was really cute. Yeah just make mega cheese. Like I. Make Maggie's buried and then agrees of course I put Turkey. They didn't have Turkey next at the store. So I got smoked Turkey wings which is the same thing honestly like it was still bad leg and then of course the MAC and cheese. This is a protein that I'm teaching right now. 'cause Jericho herself did not you notice which I'm like sort of embarrassed. But she not know gives me. I'm embarrassed I didn't know that you're not supposed to use shredded cheese from the pack when you're making making girl so booze you're supposed to blocked cheese and you're supposed to start it yourself. And there is a difference. Y'All let me know because Jerry was added. You know what I'm saying. So she treated she she teach you one thing. She master chef. Not Everybody got cheese shredders at home. Thank you very much though is that is that way. So he's GonNa use already strategies be just jerk is not as good that US as mothers. But that's neither here nor do you had a great time eating my food that you enjoyed girl. Let's move on. So yeah in the midst of this Rona okay grown Rohner h have been you know really do my best to stay cool things. -IETY and I've been like on the edge so joe. Have you been filling type away? I have my moments of anxiety kicking in. You know what I'm saying. It's a lot of uncertainty. Yeah man weird feeling like fear. The unknown right. That's what it is because it happened so quick like America went from nearly being lowest case to like we have more corona virus or Cova nineteen Cases than anyone else in the whole world almost overnight that happened I ily. Was You know people were dying just dying but you know we were like not in comparison with them and now it's like we've surpassed Ilie China. Got a cure like what's going on. So it's been really really really Stressful anytime I step outside. I'm already over thinker. So what if I walk in the space to anybody cough here my walking into a cough bubble that you know has corona in it? Like I don't know I just over thinking so. My job in my school has went totally online I'm doing tele therapy now so I don't really have to be outside now Dante. If y'all follow me on Instagram. Yossi that he's home now working and getting on my nerve. Okay well this has been a journey. We're we're still climbing that. Liz Liz is so has anything changed for you. You're still going away girl. No I'm still at work regular time. You know I always have been washing. My hands clean wasn't always out. Knee Streets Graham pretty thankful for that apparently. That's that's WHO's really getting new thing. Yeah I'm still working in office but I keep my six feet. I wash my hands more than I've ever watched them before. Like literally touch everything. Yeah so conscious about it now. It's like well Dang I I don't know like should I touch my load. A He got a late lead house where I'm looking at him. Sally you've over. They're coughing don't ever heard of cat cough late late now. All know about my dog. Don't do my light would be outside. No he don't go outside dog okay anyway so I wanna go just really check in with CIA and see how. Ya doing obviously cannot talk back to me now but you know just through having conversation I just WanNa make sure y'all are okay. 'cause I mean like for the most part I got you know too many snacks and I think that when they started like telling us. Oh you might WanNa start getting some stuff for your house and like maybe perch groceries for more than a week. I took that and ran with it so I was like overly purchasing toilet paper because you know we have paper so it's like that wasn't a thing but where I usually whitten by like Frozen vegetables I started by like frozen vegetables and like noodles which we don't even eat noodles usually but I bought that chips stuff just like the habit and I started eating the snacks so I go back to the grocery store and get more snacks go might the quarantine snags so I probably went back to the store like maybe three times but the third time I was all right like this diese snacks. You know this guy and that's what we go do. Spread it out so spinach every one of you like I said I haven't really like grocery shop grocery shop. I still Kinda late normal when my groceries because like I'm like they're not gonNA shut down I don't know why people are panic buying but He's been struggle finding toilet paper thankfully. My mom picked up some. She found some. You know saying go ahead and pick that up but Yeah I mean it's been regular life for me. I'm more so concerned about people that I know in care about who are like who do have coexisting issues. Like I'm pretty cool with myself. Even though I'm not going to be reckless but you know I know people who can be dislike affected by that I was trying to look up some of the Like miss of chronic buyers. Because there's a lot of people who are saying like a spay and like the whole conspiracy theory and how they're paying celebrities say they have the corona And then there's like What else have I heard That the vaccine is GonNa have Something in it to light make us all basically turned into legend movie. So as like ally and I'm scared of all of this I'm just like I don't know y'all like please just don't let me. I just leave me alone not like doomsday people. I speak into existence like I mean the law is coming bed but is he going to a lifetime like can I myself? I don't WanNa talk about it. That's part of the fear of the unknown because we don't know if the law is come back now or later but it. It really seemed like you know he might be on the way. The world has had many of disease this. We had this before but I don't understand why we were his prepared. You would think we would learn. I don't know but I want to go over some facts for the Corona Virus. Just so like people like me who who do over think and stuff like that like if. I have a little bit of cough on my show like literally you know how like the Tacos like corona virus later. That's me I'm Fell is this. Let me swallow again the movie extra stuff just off the string of panic so your real life symptoms of the Krona virus include cough fever tiredness difficulty breathing in severe cases. It is also Allergy season so like people like Dante who have really bad allergies. He'll like sneeze and carbon his eyes watering them. Lie Own you know. So it's like you gotTa Sorta Know Your Body and know that just because you might have a little cough common coastal exists as well and usually if you're more on the healthy side they tell you to you know stick around in your house for a little bit before you choose to go to the emergency room to the drive by clinic or whatever just to make sure like do you really have have it. You know what I'm saying like just so you're not creating more of a panic because for me as soon as I had like a little cough for like Louis. Half a sniffle. I'm like I need to go to the doctor and I will do Google and look look look and I say no actually like even if you did have that you should probably be at home so I think that a lot of people are gonNA think getting hype off of the thought of the possibility of having you know what I'm saying so like keeps escalating to more and more and more and more so yes because I never thought like so much as I do now with people in just touching things like I only share pins. I don't like any surface that have to touch. I'm just like what if somebody was sick. Craziest yeah what about social distance though? Because that's another thing that's been really huge where people are saying like. Oh you know they can keep us as I know for me. I feel like because your told me that I got to be inside line now. My what Kinda WanNa go home with? You know what I'm saying like normally I could be home. I'm not really worried about it but because I said you gotta be in the House. I'm like well you know I'm not going anywhere but I just I don't like that in grow is what you go. Do you WANNA risk. Yes I did hear on the news saying they like. I guess if you're out past certain time they will arrest you take a new and fine you like six hundred dollars job. They give me like a paper Just in case like I don't know if a cop pulls me over you can say that worked for an essential quote unquote Place and I have to be there but I know they were arrested people. Yeah News like they arresting folks. Could they want you to know how serious disease come? Well you know I mean being out past ten or whatever like I'm being a bit. We know grandma we know. But how has it been like? I was listening to the breakfast club earlier. And they were saying that Friends were getting mad. They were like this whole blog or this mom was talking about how she had to cut off some of her friends. Because they weren't taking the social distancing seriously so she like offended because they were going now and Or you know just being out and about. And she wasn't because she has a family and things and so she felt like it was almost like a personal attack against her. I guess we're like family like I'm not sure but people are trying to was they. Were they trying to come around her family enter? No I don't think so. I think it was just like oh I see you. I'll have done you know while we're supposed to be Social Disney like clearly. You're not taking the series to not be furniture anymore. It could be considered kind of selfish because like even with young folks. Even though we're you know I want to wear immune but we have a better chance of surviving this versus people who are older so like you should do your part to make sure people who are very who can be affected by his harshest. You know that they're safe laying. You don't WanNa go. Brighten your germs around. And we're not a lot of young people aren't showing symptoms so have it. I don't know that haven't right so you should do. Your part to make sure people who can potentially die from virus is in getting from you or you know it's true. Yeah you could be a carrier. You know saying you because you've been around you pass it on to somebody whose kids somebody's grandparents and it's just like. Dang you know like if it's serious enough for people to give the elderly you know an hour and a half before anyone else can come to the store in order for them to shop alone by themselves Dennis series enough for you to not be around. You know my kids and stuff like that but I think we're just a little bit tricky is like am I gonNa cut you off because you choose to be hanging out like go job but you can come to my house you know you van Galveston through the streets and you WANNA come over here in jerk. `Esprit down at the door. It was all bay corona virus. Okay we not planning to go to work every day. Okay I don't be brought on people and let me say is one guy he because nobody can hear them here. You holding my breath when I walk past a Sir. You need to click out to wait. I'm not a manager but like y'all clearly hit his Here you need to go go put your hand on his shoulder and said I need you log out your team you need. You got their owner. You need to go because if you cover too much. It's a problem I mean. Just be for people's mind like Bro. What are you doing well you know? It's allergy season by own interests. None of that I mean yet is but allergies. I feel you all day. Which would have done off in hacking employee? Knows what is that about? Please Sir let's go. Y'All got me around these people pay good okay. Make sure Marceca's together on Friday thing deposit on time. Lord I just I and like I don't know I I don't know what my vision was for this particular episode but much let you go all right like there's a lot going on right now. We're all feeling a bit stressed in a sense I know I was reading. That people like unemployment checks are like people. Applying for unemployment is like higher than it's ever been like three million Bra California. I believe that's why old man we ain't got people in got on many people toilet paper I would say I would hope like the silver lining not is that people learn yes lessons and I really hope that this makes people cleaner like we need to stop doing. Handshakes people need to do a certain things that makes stuff like germs. Spread is wash out the bathroom. I think that's my main brought people washing their like literally. Don't go on some but no also like I just hope that everybody comes together as a community and just help each other out because at this point late nobody expected this so I hope it's less of every man for themselves. Everybody realizing that we all got struggles. Now so we need is Kinda. Pull it all together. 'cause IT'S GONNA get rough. I hope that people take that term. Because it's pretty evident with like Shows being just bear in the grocery store and people taking a guy seen a video where these ladies were literally fist fighting over toilet paper and it's like if y'all can take it that D. or in we're not even think of again like how much worse is going to get realize that we all need something? I think that them apply applying for Unemployment shows that most of America is not financially secure. So I mean Vonda his a plug for Vonda. She has a new A couple of new episodes that talk about financial security and how to start saving like a budget. So if you guys are interested in learning how to save you can go on vendors U2 called I choose and she talks about the stimulus check. That's coming out. She talks about How to start a budget and a couple of other things that I found really interesting so find as a help to me as far as like teaching me new ways to save like I've always been pretty financially savvy as far as knowing what to do what I'm always de now kind of getting into that that mode but definitely Like you said jerk anything now the time it started realizing what you don't have and start figuring out for the next one because you know it was going to be something else. There's always something else so like you know your granny's told you put some money. On rainy days they come boy in assuming they come and more often now seriously so lamented. Don't you know don't Fred is almost over Oh Yeah I was talking to a lady on the phone one of my clients and she was saying. Oh No I think is gonNA go way worse than this man. Wright negative energy out there are people that don't let them doomsday people. Rose okay. China has somehow found. You can't just copy off and on it works for them. So let's get it going. America Laos builds his. You know top notch country. And that's why in my house because you talk. Montemayor exactly be running this country. I'm just figured I'm let go ahead and handle that. You got a pot of Spaghetti. I'm put on we go. You don't ask for a few days who just keep Spaghetti overweight okay. This was helpful. Like I don't really know like what is going on but Hey We gotta episode Al Right there. We talk we here we are. I'm here after you. Okay I wanted to say in page. I'm trying to get it done and also I think the last thing I'll say is don't let this time because two things. I think a lot of people on Instagram. Facebook and just on social media in general have been like really almost shaming people for for being relaxed. Like you know this is your time to and I know that I said that is all I district on kind of find. New sources of income are just sort of figure out what your next step is but in no way is it usually have a book written by the time the corona viruses is over. You Know Center Light. You should have a new business like if you just chilling right now. You feel like you know what? I'm just GonNa take a break because I've been stressed out for the past couple of months and like this is actually a blessing for me to then chill says nobody trying to tell you that you got to solve the world's problems in next couple of months or lax and don't let no-one shame you into feeling like you should be doing more if you fill out what you're doing is enough go. Hey you know what I'm saying like I have my days where I'm like. Dang this is my time I could be being super creative and you know doing more stuff. But they don't like actually. I'm just going to allow like I work pretty hard. Schoolwork wherever does to you know? And that's okay too so I think that. What the corona virus and everything. That's come with it. I think it is also could be you know or is a blessing to bear. Just take a step back and just relax for a couple of days for the people that can cause unkown jerky you used to work about that whole. If y'all run I I really Waco. We won't know I still have to be online for school and I still have clients that I've talked to now every week. So it is people are still work. Yes still pretty busy. But it's just not having to leave your house. Laurel only difference. Life is still going on but just being encourage we're going into April slot. Going on just to speak encouraged and by the way I'm almost at three thousand downloads. I mean why can is just so great and I'm so appreciative of everyone. That's been listening and giving me positive vibes. I just love it. Plus keep going also. I have a youtube them. Trying to start. I'm trying to get dented. Get on and like do some stuff with me. So hopefully that'll be coming soon. And if you don't follow me on instagram following me F- ruinous sake. I changed it to for Dr Ruinous Dot Sake. Make a little bit easier to find me so follow me on instagram. Thanks Derrick for being here in. No problem always here for you me too. Yeah Okay I.
New WBTC Token Could Be Good And Bad For Ethereum
"On today's episode of the Caribbean. This now today I've opted to go deep into one story rather than going broad over many. Now, the story I think is worth going deeper into is this a theory based w BTC token, which is going to be fully backed by bitcoin, and I think these might have wider implications for the economic model of theorem. So let's get into that. And also remember if you knew around here, and you want to end cryptocurrency rewards for watching the show and getting rid of ads at the same time had over to the website, the cryptovest don't show click on that big blue button in the top Ryan corner that says get paid to watch an explain exactly how that works for now, though, let's get into the video so bit go announces that it will launch a bitcoin backed if theorem token in January of two thousand nineteen which is next coming January. So you can find this on bit goes own medium blog. Introducing w. BTC the power of bitcoin with defects flexibility of Yossi twenty which is the most popular token standard on the theory network. Now, this is not the same. As the e bitcoin token that was created on a theory. I'm a little while ago. I think it was less year. I didn't take that e bitcoin seriously at the time, and if we look on coin market cap right now, the state of e bitcoin it is still around. But an e bitcoin is priced at full sense. And the last twenty four hours the trading volume has been less than two thousand dollars. Now this new project WB TC, which is wrapped bitcoin. This is this'll be a way of looking bitcoin on the bitcoin at wag in order to be issued with WBZ which will be a token on the theory of network, and it will function just like any of the Yossi twenty token, you can store in any Yossi twenty compatible. Will it protected? With your legend annot s use it with micro dot com. And so on. Now the simplest reason that using this would be sending bitcoin transactions. Right fear ethically. It should be faster and cheaper than doing on the bitcoin network because it's effectively is in theory and transaction so technically fifteen second confirmations and technically lower fees. So this affectively tends if theory him into a bitcoin side chain kind of light rootstock, which is another project library enthusiastic about the most sophisticated reasons to use this WBZ token would be so you can use bitcoin as the default currency inside. If they reimbursed decentralized applications, so my thought was Olga, and how WBZ would allow the whole platform to be wagered in bitcoin. I think that would be huge similarly decentralized exchanges on a theory him could have the WBZ token as the base currency that everything trades against. The benefit of oldest is that you've already got the massive liquidity of bitcoin being ported over to a theorem increasing liquidity for all of those people. This also makes it much simplify ICO's to raise money in bitcoin since everything can be done on the theory network, including but the collection of funds and the issuing of the ICO token, you don't have to worry about running a bitcoin cerium node or node for every currency you want to create you just do unto Therion accepts WBZ, and you golden. There are many more use cases. But I think that's enough for now you get the idea. Right. If that trend would to continue where WBZ becomes the currency that you used by the of ecosystem, it would stop moving theory him towards a two token network. Now, I'm going to take it to the extreme here. So just bear with me. So w BTC would be the currency coin in that too consistent, which is what it's designed to be bitcoin is designed to be a currency, and then E T H would be the gas to pay network transaction fees, which is what it was designed for. Now in a world like that WBZ would take away demand from anyone who is currently buying and using E T H as a currency so going back to my two examples there right now on Olga, the wages are happening in ET, h and is ios largely except ED h as a currency to raise money. Now. I'm suggesting the bitcoin is a superior currency for that. So it's supposed supplanting ATH as a currency in its own ecosystem. In that will the only reason then to buy and hold E T H would be to pay transaction fees since it would pretend to being a true utility token. The only use free t h then would be to Ben as guests to power transactions on the network since WBZ see is than the actual currency being used. I think that would lead most people to hold much less ATH than they do today. I send me would he don't eat enough to cover your day-to-day transaction costs rather than holding it to spend as easy. But like I said, this is this is highly speculative on my part. Let's not get ahead of ourselves. I just painted that picture as one way I could see panning out. Right. But let's get some perspective. This is only just been announced. Right. And from what I've read this is not to set even launch until January two thousand nineteen anyway. And there's every chance that it will be delayed and get pushed back. So now needs back. There is one other important Italia. That's a to share. You know, this really got my attention. And I think it needs highlighting. I'm going to refer back to the Baluch post here with the official announcement. This is what go my attention on a head to highlight it, so let me just read it. It says bitcoin big go will provide custody of the bitcoin and token is it by minting WBZ see together with approval from community members. It's an exciting opportunity. I build on our mission making digital currencies usable for business. It's really that. First bit the really got my attention. This sounds to me like WB T C will work like most of the Dulles stable coins that are already these days when they say bit go will provide Kush city of the bitcoin. Without sounds like when the Jimmy dykes change has the US dole is in their Bank account. And then they issue you an eye with any theory based token, which affectively acts as a receipt and claim check on that deposit. The big. Difference with WBZ TC and via stable coins. Is that there is no need for trusted auditors since everything can be reconciled on polit- records on the Therion blockchain and bitcoin blockchain. So that makes you BTC superior in that regard. One feature of the WBZ see that will pull off a sentence segment of the cryptocurrency community, in my opinion is the need to go through a over form. No, yo customer, an anti money laundering, identity checks. They have to be done on people using the system. So this is detailed by the official website. If you do cO ubt see don't network, you'll you'll see that they talk about New York customer and anti money laundering procedures that you have to go through when receiving of these reps bitcoins. Or when burning them to get your bitcoin back. I can imagine that being on popular due to the high value that the cryptocurrency community places on privacy of pestle information. The white paper WBZ also quotes a forty hour timescale forgetting your bitcoin in an out of the WBZ system, which is because most of the bitcoin is going to be held in cold storage. So it takes time to for Pinson to get out sign that transaction in them release. It. Again, getting some perspective here is not as if this is going to be a proposed as the be all and end all of the theory of network. It's knows if this is going to take over the whole system, right? As just another innovative idea from one of the actors in the ecosystem, which will compete with all the alternatives that are available, right? And as always each individual within the free market will decide which of the tools to use based on their own personal preferences. Exactly the way it should be in the free market. Right. So let's draw hotline and reset your brain. Because I do have another story stoke about which is has some similarities with the first story. So there's this new protocol coming to else, which will affectively allow you to teleport tokens from theory to us. So languages spoken about locking your bitcoin to issue an equivalent on the theory of network. This is like looking at their room tokens to have the equivalent on the eels network now bone line. This is gonna boost the fundamentals for emails, and this is detailed in a steam it post by Shias so post a link to this down in the old video description. Now, what this does it offers the opportunity for any ethereal token issuer to move over to the eels platform and take advantage of its much great to speed and the free transactions that allows so this is being developed by. I she s and yells based book producer, and they're calling this the ios Twenty-one protocal. So for example, one of the most popular Yossi twenty tokens on a theorem is say the binds token, the BNB token, let's say finance wanted to move its BNB token from theorem to eels. You would send your BNB tokens to a black hole contract on the theory network. So that it could be ably destroyed, and then the eels contract would detect that happened. And it would issue with the equivalent number of tokens, effectively teleporting the tokens from one blockchain to another destroying the Mona theorem putting them into the black hole. And then they would pop out in, you know, in a whim hole on ios as the equivalent right now. This is on the development. So I'm gonna keep my island nece. It's interesting, isn't it? What's even more interesting? And the reason why spoke about this on the tail end of the w BTC story is because when you can see Ican imagine a world where instead of the WB see like being looked upon bitcoin in the being issued on theorem. There is absolutely no reason why bit co big go. Couldn't do exactly the same thing on us right providing custodial services having you send your bitcoin to an at two a E contract. And then having let's call it e- BTC. I e os bitcoin in years, wrapped bitcoin on the emails network. Right. So that's just thought it was interesting exploited exploratory article that which is interesting in its own, right? But was relevant on the tail end of the WBZ story. And just by way of exclusion disclosure, rather EOC is my personal second-largest crypto holding after bitcoin. So there we Johnny will go that is all of God for you today. So if you like this episode, please go ahead and hit the like button, if you disliked it I'll hit the dislike Clinton, please leave me a comment below with some feedback and out very much. Appreciate it. If you would get subscribed. And also be sure to check out. My online store we will find a whole bunch of products bearing the cryptovest branding. I very much. Appreciate it. Because you're purchase helps to keep this channel going other than that's be back with the next episode of the cryptovest. So until then it's me Chris county saying bye for now.
"If there's. And. Shadow heavy. Kim. Someone else's goes. So. Jessica. Hi, everyone. This is Liam Warsaw. If you don't know me. That's okay. Not really sure what kind of a reach. We're going to be getting here. I live in work and Chicago trying to find work as a DJ. In the meantime, just taking on jobs and now this podcast. I want to explain what exactly I'm doing here with the podcast, but do that I need to give a little bit of background. Look, I said I live in Chicago. If you've never been Illinois to the northeast corner of the state pretty much exactly opposite Saint Louis about five years ago. I was still in college at depaul university here, and I took a trip to Saint Louis was in France, we took greyhound bus there. And somehow I missed the right back and wait for another one. The next bus took a much slower route almost never getting on the interstate. I was the only person on board for most of the night until we stopped in town. I'd never been to call Schrodinger a man probably about my age got on like, I said the bus was empty, but he sat down right next to me. We sat in silence until he turned to look at me and into. Juicing self as Benny we started talking which I never do strangers. But there was something about him that just seemed natural. You know, when you meet people like that like we were already comfortable talking to each other. Even though we had met before he asked me about my school, which is what most people seem to do when you're in college. But he seemed genuinely interested when I told him that I worked at the depaul radio station. I found out that he had lived in Schrodinger his entire life. I asked him what he was going to Chicago for just said everyone goes to the big city at least once didn't really answer. My question was technically true as oppose when we got to the greyhound station in Chicago as Benny for number. Nova sounds a little forward on my part. But again, there was just something about him. He told me he didn't have a phone, but I forgive my address. He could write me a letter. I agreed realizing that giving my dress to a random guy might not be the best idea. Nothing murderer ever happened. We just wrote each of the letters like Penn. Als. Benny came to Chicago a few times of the next three years or so he'd always write me about two weeks in advance since just we get food or drink while he was in the big city as he'll is called it. And never knew what he was doing Chicago in after the first few times of hearing him giving noncommittal answer for stopped asking whenever I saw Benny he was always wearing the same clothes large frame glasses. Truckers had purple windbreaker. When it could only describe was dad jeans. I joked once that he dressed like my father, which I don't be found funny. He never really liked talking about himself. In fact, I think the most I ever really knew about him was that he was a car mechanic enshrouding. He loved hearing about me though, in most of our time spent together involve me telling him stories from when I was a kid looking back. I realized how strange it was to have a friend who only wanted to talk about my childhood. But at the time, it seemed incredibly normal. Just over a year ago a couple years out of college. Benny sent me a letter in which he asked me to visit him he said, he couldn't make it to the big city anymore. But he wanted to see me I tried to see how long of a drive it would be to see him. But I couldn't find his address on Google maps, not only that I couldn't find shrouding on Google maps or anywhere for that matter. It was like the town just didn't exist as far as the internet was considered. But somehow I'd been sending him letters. And he was responding. I sent a letter expressing my confusion and asking him if he could help me get directions since I did one visit him and at this point, Mike. You're Yossi was Pete. He never responded to my letter to any of the others that I sent over the next year when I would think about him nothing like disappeared brings us to now or more accurately two weeks ago when there was a knock on my apartment door outside. I was greeted by delivery man, who asked me to confirm my name in for my signature. He told me. He told me Benny passed away. And then I had been in his will he handed me a large box marked with benny's address. Enshrouding Lenore gave what I think we're condolences and locked away. It took me three days to open the box. And when I finally did founded filled with stacks of Manila file, folders, some of them almost empty some of them filled to bursting, there was no apparent organization, or sorting system. They were just a bunch of files as I flip through a few of them. I realized that they were stories pictures interviews in other research about shrouding people places anything I didn't manage to read the mall. I think it'll be a long time for able to do that. But it did find one file at the bottom of the box that want share with you. Now, before do I think you now have enough background for me to say with this podcast is going to be about Benny was a car mechanic in Schrodinger, Illinois, a town that doesn't exist. According to the internet in every map, I've been able to find would it seems like he thought there was something about shredding that he needed to investigate. I have to believe that he was working on this longer than just the year. He stopped writing. Me. But I really don't know almost nothing is dated whatever he was doing. I think he wanted me to have this box to see what he was seen. And maybe he was so interested in my work in radio because he wanted me to tell everyone else to I'm not sure. So for now listeners I'm going to do my best to read through these files and try to piece together. What exactly he was doing? A file I found at the bottom of the box was labeled. Benny all caps. It only had one piece of paper in it with words and handwriting recognized as my strange. Hi, Liam if you're reading this. You should know I'm not dead. Love. My name is leeann worser, and this is the shoting box. Shorting box is written and produced by decide bender. The role of William Moore saw is played by Ben Herman or script editor is becka Janney. Andrew Davis is our audio engineer the cover art for the shrouding box was created by Darby Hefner. Come a little closer and other music written and performed by haunted lake human for more of their music and tour information, go to Huntley, cumin dot com. Shorting box is made possible by audience support. Please share the show with your friends and on social media. 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Living with the past: reparations
"The last few weeks on the foreign desk. We've been looking at how nations address those portions of their history, they don't or shouldn't boast about whether atrocities during wartime the dispossession of indigenous peoples or the pillage of empire building, we've considered the value of apologies. The use of symbolic gestures the need for education, all of these are difficult and emotive questions in the final episode of this series. We'll look at what might be the most difficult and emotive question of them all the question of how you put a price on historical injustice, and if you do who pays and to whom this is the foreign desk. If we limited our focus of the injustices to slavery, then we could make the case that there are no living victims. But at the present moment all black Americans are living through mass incarceration police killings of unarmed black people as well as the effects of. The enormous, racial wealth gap. It's like the game monopoly. People have been playing the NOP Alie for about three hundred forty six years. And by the time other people, enter not only are boardwalk and park place on but the railroads and utilities and people have houses and hotels and the way that our economic system is set up in all of its features and conditions makes it virtually impossible for people to catch up. My did was. And when he left down me, it's very little basically, nothing. So what happening eventually in the nineteen fifties. When he got some of this patient, some of these compensation it could start his own business. This was actually the the siedman if you like the changes life. Hello and welcome to the foreign desk. I'm Andrew Miller when the idea of reparations is discussed today, it's mostly in the context of slavery in the United States that America's slave trade was monstrous crime against humanity is not in doubt, nor is the idea that it bequeath the United States and enduring legacy of structural injustice, but nobody alive now even remembers the ratification of the thirteenth amendment to the US constitution, which abolished slavery in eighteen sixty five towards the end of America's civil war. There is certainly a debt to be settled. But who's and how to discuss this. I'm joined by Dina, haze green. And Dr William Garrity known as sandy Dina. He's green is managing director of the racial equity institute, she joins us from Athens, Ohio, and sandy charity is the Samuel debare cook professor of public policy at Duke University. He. Joins us from Dharam North Carolina unwelcome both Sunday. I will start by asking you. And I know there is a very very long answer to this question. So briefly if you can in terms of the United States experience, what is the case for reparations? I think the cases for the long and cumulative trajectory of injustices that have been visited upon black descendants of persons who were enslaved in the United States and their three phases of these injustices. I the most obvious one which is the incidence of slavery. The second is the Jim crow period or the period of legal segregation in the United States. And then finally, the ongoing effects of white supremacy, which I think are manifest in police killings of unarmed blacks, mass incarceration and the magnitude of racial wealth inequality day now, I guess one way of addressing this might be to think about the counterfactual which. How different the United States in particular might be now if something akin to the reparation still being discussed had been implemented a long time ago, say steps would take foam Lee in this direction immediately after the civil war in eighteen sixty five is it possible to think about what a different country American might be now. I think we've had moments in our history where we've had a golden opportunity to do things differently. And we didn't Michelle Alexander the legal scholar and author and her books that new Jim crow says that African Americans have been historically and repeatedly control through in by institutions like slavery, Jim crow, and that the systems appear to die, but they're simply reborn in new form tailored to the needs and constraints of the current time. And so we've missed those opportunities whether it was the GI Bill whether it was the reconstruction period after the civil war to rethink an economic system that would address the centuries long inequities, and unless there is that paradigm shift that narrative shifts that materializes into something concrete are gaps will continue to rise in his doctor dirtiness colleagues have said, these gaps are widening and showing no signs of closing closing which are affecting everyone in this country and most pro. Announced the African Americans, but it is acting everyone in this country Sunday. Do you have any time at all for the idea that there is some kind of betrayal statute of limitations on historic injustices that there does come point at which you do have to just resign yourself to the idea that history is history that terrible things have happened and wild terrible things may still be happening. As a consequence of those terrible things than not really the fault of anybody alive now. So there's no statute of limitations for congressional action for redress, and if there is a statute of limitations that's built into the judicial process that is very specific to each individual country. So to the extent that that exists in the United States. This is why I've emphasized the idea that a reparations program must be enacted through through congressional action. But I also want to address the question of. Of the living victims issue. If we limited our focus of the injustices to slavery than we could make the case that there are no living victims. But at the present moment there still a large number of us who actually lived through some phases of the Jim crow period and all black Americans are living through a process of mass incarceration police killings of unarmed black people as well as the effects of the enormous, racial wealth gap, where on average the typical black household has about ten cents or less to the dollar. That is held in net worth by the median white household the. So there still are ongoing injustices that are having an effect on living black Americans today. And if folks wait for all of the members of the Jim crow generations to die out. And then say what we have no more living victims to reward. I think that that's a that's an act of immorality that is powerful in its in unsown, right Dana. It's obviously the case that a lot of the knock on effects of slavery are very far from ancient history in the United States, Jim crow in particular. But how do you respond to the argument that a lot of people here in assume that they are going to end up being personally accountable and having to pay for something that wasn't entirely the fault, given they weren't there at the time. Does that line of argument come about just because people thinking of reparations the wrong way, they thinking of is a fine being asked to pay rather than national atonement, which would ultimately work to everybody's benefit? Well, I do think there's a different way to think about that. Instead of the giving up is that you can't continue to get all because they the damage that's been done is that criteria for participation that rules of engagement. Have been based on the people who've always had the access. So if you're talking about construction the networks, the relationship with the banks the lines of credit the criteria around bonding and insurance have been set up based on the people who have the access, and so we've already picked the winners in that regard. And so let's say you don't have to give anything up, but what we can say is that you can't continue to get everything that maybe you don't get any more. So that we can correct this centuries long economic problem to screen on Sunday dirty. Thank you both very much for the moment. We'll hear more from you both later in the show. You're listening to the foreign desk. In nineteen fifty two representatives of the new country of west Germany, and the new state of Israel met in Luxembourg to conclude a reparations agreement the negotiations were understandably tents at the brief ceremony at which the agreement was signed not a word was exchanged between the German and Isreaeli representatives. But an amount had been agreed eight hundred twenty two million US dollars over twelve years. At least in the first instance, this was unpopular in west Germany, where many people believed that it was unfair to Sabal. They're struggling new democracy with its Nazi past recent though that passed was and it wasn't universally welcomed in Israel, either Menachem bagan later. Israel's prime minister believed any German money was tainted protests against accepting German compensation escalated into riots when joined now by professor Yossi. Michael bug senior consulting research fellow with the Middle East and North Africa program at Chatham house. You'll see let's start with that reparations agreement began in nineteen fifty two. And the thing that's always struck me. When thinking about those negotiations is how incredibly roar that relationship must have been for all the walls, this idea that this was a new Germany. This was no longer Nazi Germany. I'm imagining it must have been very very difficult for his Railly's to see things like that to us, and it was much too station by dope position type, but those sorts was affliction of feasible as it used to be very plugged nothing on the David been Google was ever had been going on. And also most show. It was his the foreign minister of the time. They will plug Matic pip, the pain was one thing. And then they understood they're going to be a position to this. Because they motions, you know, more than half of the population five hundred thousand the time will Oloko survivors, which was all die. Area speak to Jones, let alone reaching an agreement them was very difficult. So how was that resistance overcome within Israel? How how did the people advocating for the negotiations and trying to get the reparations from Germany managed to persuade those who were against it? I think it's very much down to the leadership of of David been going on. And the way that they've been going on end up hype about the time when the country, it's was a democracy. But the end of the day had enough foul to almost impose that they'll Pinon, but mainly when Winton sit there on the table with if I didn't know the request of all the demand was like full fleet thousand dollars pill Pessene in on. You know and said we absorbed five hundred thousand paper, and you know, the to build the country that's amount of money that we need. I think eventually what prevailed before the opposition which was for my and left not only for one side of the political map is is was this state of every pool country. It just came out of a wall. So ended by enemies, and that's was in many ways building the infrastructure in the nineteen. Fifties was very much down to this reparations. But that right there cuts to the heart. I think of what's so difficult about the question of reparations, which it's that idea of way, you even begin trying to put a monetary value on something as for example, incomprehensible as the holocaust, how do you even begin to put a price on that? And this executable the negotiate of we need in order to build the country. We don't. Put the price of people actually today. We put the price of those. We have to absorb in the state of phaser, but not for the six million that perished in the camps. They were being very careful to think of it not as compensation. No, absolutely not. But for the need to absorb Jews in Israel. Because if you look at all the sport of post nineteen forty five from the petition plan, the idea was that this is not the counting for those that were already there. But for those who derive not only from from your from other countries. But in the case of holocaust survivor. This will be the safe haven for them post nineteen forty five otherwise, even the petition plan makes very little sense. In terms of the way that Palestine was divided. Same goes for the reparation you need it. In order to absorb those who survive, though, not to put a price on those who lost their lives and. But also for the suffering. So once the agreement was reached between Israel and west Germany in nineteen fifty two and once the program began to take affect how did it shakeout in in real terms to Israelis in that early stage of Israel's existence among the members of your family? So if it can make it pointed it's it's one of the unique agreements between two countries, they didn't exist when the crimes were committed an ideal whiz. Germany Novell existed in nineteen forty five. So basically they'll sign in agreement which relate to something that nine of them was involved. This is one thing. The other thing we need to divide between two aspects of the compensation or reparation one to win to the state went to the state scuffles, which went into building the infrastructure building the state absorbing the Fugees weather from the holocaust also came from our, but they're also the personal. By the co compensation to individuals and this change fill them their lives as the cases me family. My dad was a holocaust survivor and came to the country after being expelled by the Brits fails to Cyprus and eventually manage to get to Palestine the eve of the declaration of independence, the war. The war for independence turned into a soldier for more than and when he left the army ED's very little basically nothing. So what happened eventually in the nineteen fifties? When he got some of this patient, some of these compensation he could start his own business. This was actually the the seed money few like the change the changes life. Interestingly enough, you never had to Germany. He hated Nazis hated fascism, but we will not educate, you, two Germans in a very one eight look at it back and being kind of at the age of friend. My my parents took us. Oh holiday in Germany, a all places, and my penance spoke German at home because this was a the the language of convenience bid languished at risk kids were not supposed to understand. Do you think the reparations program, though, has been an important underpinning of that relationship that the modern Germany and Israel have been able to have because given the history which is still very far from being ancient history. The two countries of generally got on pretty well this, but I I must make people to today. I in Germany's stooping, it's an ongoing thing they'll seen holocaust survivors, and in the less of them, but because of age, and as of health news, there is a clinic for more of this of this of this resources data thinks the relation between Germany's allow never what you'll regard is normal relations. For instance, it's very difficult for Germany to criticize Israeli politics. The mini that is will criticize any of his early politics year will say the Netanyahu's of this world jump. You know, you don't have any more, right? To to criticize us forget about. Out. I think by now it's on eighty billion euros in compensation breath since since nineteen fifty to forget about the Israel. You know, the now famous or infamous submarines that thou supplied to his early. Another weapons still Chancellor, Merkel's very careful. There is one year visit Enin Israel by almost the entire cabinet, the German cabinet discuss the relations, the very very careful not to criticize his policies, even the Germany of very clear opinion about documentation and the expansion of settlements. We came into this series in the first episode looking among other things how Germany had reached an accommodation with its Nazi pasta. And and we've World War Two. And generally, I think that episode has held Germany opposite example of how countries can do that. The Germans have undertaken that process with a an honesty and a. A rigor which has been historically very unusual. Is it your sense that most Germans would realize that the reparations paid to Israel expensive, though, they may have been and onerous, though, they certainly may have seemed in the early stages when Germany itself had so much to rebuild that it has actually been a worthwhile investment in terms of turning Germany into the country that it now is I think as part of the rotation of west Germany, then after the unification of Germany is if you own one of the signs, his is the fact that young Israelis are moving to live in Germany Balint today. Living my own this living happily in Berlin. And full some of us second generation. It's almost strange is the to see the next generation feel comfortable in Germany, but the thing is probably disposes started Becky nine hundred fifty. To to see that Germany. Unlike one of its neighbors, Vic responsibility to tappan didn't say that Hitler would belong to another country pay reparations and stuff that to a process of healing relation with the Jewish people. And I think yes, it might be an example toasted he was committed you can't really compensate to what happen. A lot of us in the second generation probably the third generation is well live with that almost daily because we had to live with balanced the twin so this too sweet experience and this probably needs another pogo, multi gather. So on so many levels we've been affected by it. But actually to see Germany acknowledging die to support the the Jewish state Baljit, whatever, you know, it evolve into it's actually a good example. Maybe a good model awfully we'll never need such a model for any other. It was cities. But if it happens. It tosses did happen. Whether it's in Cambodia in one day in in in the fall in the health of your in in Bosnia. So taking some of the way that the healing process and applied into other genocide is not a bad thing. Yossi Michael Berg at Chatham house. Thank you for joining us. You're listening to the foreign desk on monocle twenty four with me. Andrew Miller still with me our DNA as green and sandy Garrity in this part of the show. We want to look at how reparations if they were to be agreement that they should take place again in the specific context of the United States in a response to the historical injustice of slavery. How it would actually work and ask you I just to be clear when we talk about reparations, a we thinking of some sort of symbolic restitution, or are we talking about actual money being paid to actual people? I think that's one aspect of it again. I think the other aspect of it is that in North Carolina. We're considering a two billion dollars school construction Dell. And then what would it look like to give the opportunities to black on businesses in the way that white owned businesses received opportunities from Roosevelt's new deal the bridge. And the tunnels in the airports in the nuclear plants to say that it's a pretty simple arrangement that businesses of color would now have that same opportunity to participate in the economy exclusively for awhile. So that they can get themselves in a position to compete and to take advantage of those kinds of opportunities. And so whereas we're talking about a green new deal or other infrastructure projects in the United States to do for black people. What was done for white people? You know, if this is a fair and just society, then that seems reasonable that we would open up those same opportunities Sunday, the the other obvious and potentially tricky logistical question. If you're talking about a program, like the one thing that has just Linnea did there is how do you figure out who is entitled to benefit? So the eligible recipients should be as I said black descend on. So folks who were enslaved in the United States, and I think that. That leads us to have two criteria for eligibility for receipt of the support from the reparations program. The first is any individual would have to demonstrate that they had at least one ancestor who is in slaved in the United States. And the second condition is they would have to demonstrate that for at least ten years before the enactment of the reparations program. They self identified as black negro African American or colored just to follow that up the scientists, then not then an issue with black people who are not descended from slaves who have caused could quite reasonably point out, but by SAFA from the same structural injustices, which are legacy of slavery. So they're two issues there. The first is certainly individuals who have migrated to the United States more recently are also if they are black probably subjected to. To the same types of of injustices in the contemporary moment as black Americans who are descendants of slaves, but they voluntarily migrated to the United States and the historical moment that created the original lack American population is a moment of worst of migration to the United States. The second thing is the those individuals come from countries that were subjected to the colonial process, and so the claim that I think they would have is on the is that colonize their countries of origin. And I think this is entirely consistent with the types of efforts that the CARICOM commission on reparations is currently making on behalf of the Caribbean nations to obtain reparations from the United Kingdom similarly emigrants to the United States who are from Haiti should be making their claim with the Haitian population. Writ large on France. Dana polling on the idea of reparations among American voters consistently shows that it's fairly unpopular generally around seventy percent against how important is being able to shift that number and how would you go about making the case? I think that we're lacking the contextual information around how wealth and opportunity happened in this country, the racial equity institute in our workshop, we spend several hours going through what we call white affirmative action and going back to two sixteen nineteen and looking at who was given land and money and opportunities we go back to the old Russian California. That was Mexico. We talk about the menorah loss in what was Mexico. That's now become the United States within ten years of the treaty of quantum Lupe. Eat outgo. The mineral loss in what was Mexico is now worth more than all the silver production in Mexico. And so without that contextual information without those sort of historical realities, it might seem unreasonable to people, but I think when we lay this out and see that we've had centuries of the game monopoly. People have been playing monopoly for about three hundred forty six years. And by the time other people, enter not only are boardwalk and park place on but the railroads and utilities and people have houses and hotels and the way that our economic system is set up in all of its features and conditions makes it virtually impossible for people to catch up that people can come and they can survive, but they cannot thrive and be equitable under this arrangement Sunday another version of that question, which is how can you make this case too? And the would be many millions of Americans who could make this argument that the poll voice Americans who have been. Disadvantaged by various structural injustices, as well, which is obviously not to compare those structural injustices with the original crime of slavery. But is there a response to that? Yes. Certainly a reparations program is not mutually exclusive from social actions that would address poverty deprivation widely throughout the American population. So I'm certainly in favor of major transformative programs that would eliminate or radical poverty in the United States all together. But I think it is important to note that the scars of racial injustice in the United States main that the relative position of black Americans is quite different from that of white Americans. So for example, whites who are in the lowest twenty percent of the American income distribution actually have a higher level of wealth or net worth than all black Americans taken collectively Dana, we're getting towards the end of the show now. So I want to try and. Look, I guess a head to an imagined future. As to how reparations program might pan out in practice, and one of the recurring themes of the series. We've been doing on how countries address the historical injustices of this is the only that reconciliation of which I guess you could argue reparations program is a pop tens not actually have a defined endpoint that it's more usefully thought about as a process is that how you see the idea of reparations, or is there an imagine -able endpoint device at which everybody agrees that the debt is settled. Yes, I do think it's a process, and I do think that part of that we often talk about healing, racial healing, racial reconciliation, and as we know reconciliations come with processes and part of that process is spending some time examining the depth of the injury and a commitment to make people whole again put them in their original condition. What condition would they be and prior to the injury? And so I I see it definitely as a process on Sunday as we would discussing earlier quite a few few. Anyway of the candidates who've thrown the hats into the ring for the democratic party's nomination. Next year have been talking out loud about this unpopular though. The idea still appears to be isn't your sense that the needle issue ifting on the idea of reparations that it is an idea whose time of do though it might be might becoming the needle has shifted in nineteen ninety four risvan Popoff in Michael Dawson did a study that indicated that four percent of white Americans were in favor of black reparations today. The figure is closer to twenty to thirty percent as you indicated. So that may look like a very small proportion, but it's dramatically different from four percent. Anna Marras poll in twenty sixteen indicated. That nearly half of millennials actually in support of black reparations. So there is movement in its movement in the right direction. The question is whether or not our national political leaders will take a stance that will encourage the American public move forward in this case of reckoning sandy Darty Andina. He's green. Thank you both very much for joining us. Is it for this episode of the foreign desk? We'll be back next week and look out for the foreign desk. Explain available every Wednesday. The foreign desk is produced by yelling go fan. I'm Bill Bill of edits the program. My name's Andrea Mullah. Thanks very much for listening until next time could buy.
Bass in Your Face with T Money Green Episode 66
"You're listening to the PODCAST DETROIT visit. WWW dot I tested troy dot com before information unfortunately the NFL with please message acetone. We thought we had a show tonight. He got no go without club. Shake my ass. No I need to show those out. Freezing rain saved messages Saint Message Monday at three thirty. I MM-HMM NAH Yeah Tony face a lot of it. ooh Yeah uh-huh the way Tony Green Detroit shall in the garden theme see this yeah please do. She's vs Batman Ascertain. Sir Can Hunger Black Hawk view. You put they only sir. Uh Kim yeah the first doc walk away. Azizuddin hope it goes for the bed. starts dreams night starts it starts with hand and being barefoot endless say clouds rolling softly by move uh goes for a bad uh-huh slowing rolling down the two leads for a and trying to Chad no moments lance loud ooh for the bed yeah look bad as the sun starts trees we start to house rolling the big goal for a toe shoes uh-huh and off brought uh-huh am. 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Let's have a toast big that back again after playing all his stuff the other day it just brought him back to how he was is wanted gray ones doing it. You know you just forget after you try to get on. You can't get on radio stations and record companies that fuck that up. He's a great artist and I did really good and I'm excited. His kids are doing it now. He's backing his kids up and I still say he got it over them so we're we're one day that one day we'll have you challenge the kids. That's what data do because you know the kids as soon as you start doing stuff with the kids they automatically think we hear you know they all know the daddy is the reason why y'all even the reason give credit where credit's due they find it real hard to give credit where credit is due to these kids ain't worth a dime these day. What else is on their place. They CON SMOKE SMOKE ON. I played that because I'm playing bass and singing in the background or snoop that was done in nineteen ninety three and it didn't make his doggy style album. It didn't make the album but it was a great song so we still play it and man that I will Smith when I think about those days death row when I first got there. It was kind of scary because anytime you go to someplace new scare you know one is talented. Involve is really scared because then you wondered if your talent is good enough to hang in Shit I ended up killing it at an after feel bad about it no more or scared. I just ask because you gotta give kids play my shit and now I'm. I'm one on how to do some new stuff with them yeah but hopefully it's not until November. I don't WanNa do it now right deal when it gets cold you leave yeah oh I did. I had to make sure gail centers right trump is hard to leave. She won't get rid of the truck. I'm like yeah give a new truck. Are you going to do is get a new truck if she's like now. Now I don't want to the insurance makes it rough to get a new anything. It is horrible. It's ridiculously over-priced. Isn't there caps on this. It's not like that in California. I mean you know it's it's nice yeah choir that you have at well. That's because they do a thing where you can get paid for life during the accident like okay okay so I think they just got to change that. Anybody needs to be getting paid for life now. Where you win the halo with the screw screw in some paralyzed you understand you're getting paid for life but just getting paid for life on an accident. You broke your leg that right gail call in and tell us about it but okay so we play. We played nuts rags after the array no for the second we played anchors. What was it yeah demand. Curse was after that day. Ama Curse Year nineteen ninety five Vida was a part of that unit case Stone Master Joe some Nice things I played most of the instruments minutes on that because I came fresh from Dr. Dre knowing how to do everything I can play the instrument you know. Bang when I wanted on the keyboards and yeah just to just by accident you you know it turned out really really good so I'm sitting here trying trying to get my music kilo today just because Galen here and that's not what it is not the only thing that sounds house music going to work because you're not here fire and you both occurs keg reiter out out there so I think it's from the beer you know 'cause I just killed a couple nats in my cup and then drink out of there yeah. That's like mad. Ed goods drink kidding. Don't drink the bug. Hazlitt we my birthday bash. September twenty fourth to the actual birthday is September Twenty Second September twenty four th at the Russell hyped up live sessions featuring Gary Strauss and John Paul Wallace and the walk on's they gonNA come in and perform from me why just get drunk and belligerent and smoke weed beat and do the same shit I would do any other day. That's what you're supposed to do on your birthday yeah. Oh every day is my birthday. I okay stop doing that big every birthday. Oh one fifty one already does she go quick doesn't it though what we got in the therapy here is like a half hour really yeah. It really is yeah the winner we did. We definitely going up two hours and then I'm GonNa play our music scene. You just an hour straight of music and then the talk stuff. Oh Yeah Yeah we do too Lori. Shit yeah keep put out there so what we got coming up and then I can explain to people well after don main curse we played for you and then not a child for you both of be deaths on his album not being there for smooth. I hate is funny. We did we finished the album in any diet announced shortly after that and that was but those songs we're GONNA we're gonNA live on with those songs and we're gonNA continue to push those songs because people oh love be there and it's just like me. I love to be there and I just think his songs need to keep playing no sense in waiting around and allowing you know allowing the songs of just go be a part of the I think these songs can help the vault of music flourish right. You know what I mean. You put this stuff we did exit and we did like about eighteen insolence great great songs and I felt so bad when he died because this was supposed to be the album to help his family eat as well as my family so I have to wait it out for the rate deal. You know what I mean. I don't want to just be you know. How people should you know you'd be reliance. I got my shit out. He'd be like wears out at well. It's out on spotify. What in it's just sitting there yeah and nobody even knows that there yeah you gotta be sharing it every second so I don't WanNa do his music like de but we're going to go ahead and finish the last set and and pizza my head dedication don again with a deep grabbing witty and then be defecated be deaf. We won what which one is playing. OPEC ahead YEP. He's my B- deficit hit on mental illness L. Missing this one so and it's a lot of mental illness going on so you know the song is right. This song never be outdated. So just I had a beautiful time which you had a lovely time with you as well empty. Yeah we miss you. We miss you give with the C. Being empty kind of looks Kinda cool. Noah who's lying okay look. I'm Outta here. basing your face podcast Detroit. 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