28 Burst results for "Zana"

"zana" Discussed on Get Sleepy

Get Sleepy

04:16 min | 11 months ago

"zana" Discussed on Get Sleepy

"Of white marble elegance and the tower that currently tilt cistern angle of just under four degrees for all its beauty. It's interesting that this wonderful city should perhaps be best known for a single historical mishap standing atop square of brilliant emerald green grass. The tower is a cylinder and sack owed by row-upon-row elegant white palace stretching outputs towards the sky. The uppermost story narrows in revealing large arched windows adorned with huge bronze bows at. It's very top. The red and white flag of pisa blows in the breeze displaying the peace in cross a coat of arms dating back to the eleventh century. Needless to say that when work began in eleven seventy three it certainly wasn't anyone's intention to build it at such a precarious angle. Quite the contrary fact italian architect for nano pete zana design the building to be one hundred eighty foot. Free standing belltower. It was meant as the third and final building of the complex which also included the cathedral built between ten sixty three and eleven eighteen and.

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Cardinal Zen condemns St. Peter’s Basilica private Mass restrictions

WORLD OVER

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Cardinal Zen condemns St. Peter’s Basilica private Mass restrictions

"Two prominent vatican cardinals of weighed in on the recent restrictions on private masses at saint peter's in rome on monday former prefect of the congregation for divine worship cardinal. Robert sarah asked pope francis to reinstate the celebration of those private masses in the basilica then on tuesday retired bishop of hong kong cardinal. Joseph zen issued an open letter in support of cardinal. Sarah's request writing quote if it were not for the restrictions imposed by the coronavirus. I would take the first flight to come rome and get on my knees in front of the door of santa marta until the holy father has this edict withdrawn and quote zana's now the fifth cardinal voice opposition to the ban on private masses including the traditional latin liturgy in saint peter's basilica

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Los Angeles will have 7,961 new housing units for homeless by 2024, officials say

Morning Edition

01:23 min | 1 year ago

Los Angeles will have 7,961 new housing units for homeless by 2024, officials say

"It's been four years now, since voters in the city of L. A approved Proposition H H H. That's a billion dollar bond to help create 10,000 new homeless housing units over a decade. So far, though, only 489 units have opened with cause typically running at more than half a million dollars each. That's according to an update provided to the City Council. He's here. W Zana Scout reports that officials disagree on what to make of those numbers. One thing city officials agree on is they like to see these projects move faster at the current pace. The city won't meet its overall goal of 10,000 units until the end of 2024. When it comes to costs. City Council member Mitch O'Farrell argued that the city is only chipping in a fraction of the total budgets for these projects and that a lot of the expenses are unavoidable. He even criticized a prop H H H audit by city controller Ron Galperin that highlighted the per unit costs, saying it's sewed distrust and did the entire program a great disservice. Council member Kevin Daily own had a different take. It's still far too expensive. It's far too costly. It remains to be seen what next steps city officials will take to speed up or cut costs for this badly needed housing. The city of L. A has set aside a fraction of HH H phones for what they call an innovation challenge, which grants money to developers who come up with faster, cheaper projects.

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"zana" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"zana" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"You don't say that was basically her. She didn't have the rumors that she was gonna be in the next Batman movie. But she might be in a different superhero movie because you know, Batman's D C and Black Panther is marvel. So maybe she's coming over to Black Panther Big. Everyone is going crazy, wondering if Rhianna is going to be in the next Black Panther movie. And the reason why is if you Google re on his name and you look under the cast. It is slightly has changed for some people, but I saw something. Is where it showed Rianna was part of the cast and on these, like other sites that have all these sources close to the movies. They also had Rianna featured as one of the characters from the comic books. She's a princess and her name is Princess Zana, and apparently, she's an enemy of Black Panther, So they have her playing this role. Now. No confirmation or no, Nothing. Nothing has happened. Literally. This is just all Internet rumors. But you know what? I think it would be dope. I would love to see Rianna and Black Panther in any way shape before even was just like, like a walk by cameo or something like that. Yes, it is. Hey, man. Maybe she could do this soundtrack, right? Yeah. Yeah. You know what? I was actually thinking that she was the same way that Kendrick Lamar curated the last Black Panther soundtrack. Maybe she could do that. We can finally have her part of Black Panther, but also give us that new music. There is two birds. One stone. I know that sounds brutal. I know that some time. I'm you know, doing an old phrase, Please. You know, uh, more neighborhood. This got around 82 3 l a dot com And I'm to tell you press for Big Boi's neighborhood on Real 92 3 ladies do home for hip hop sitting up to racism and racial justice in her black and brown communities. Whoa!.

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"zana" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

06:02 min | 1 year ago

"zana" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Oh, and Chuck Zana. Big news out of Boeing. The planes that have been grounded since March of 2019 look like they're gonna be approved. The FAA has cleared the Boeing 7 37 Max to fly again. The stock is up modestly. Speaking of Boeing stock, it's up $3 today, or 1.5%. I think the news was already baked in. Good morning, everybody. It's Berry and Chuck with you here on a long awaited Eight for the approval of the 7 37 Max. It was took a long time lot longer than we thought it would, Chuck. And I think what you're getting here just in the price action today. It's the classic by the rumor. Sell the news. I mean, the stock at one point today was trading a $223 a share down 2 to 13 now, so it's you know, sold off some of those gains. But as you mentioned, this is a stock that's been rallying now, really? For the last three weeks that the stock was trading at about 144 Bucks a share on October 30th. On. So you know, since the end of October, it's rallied almost 50%. I think with the expectation being, you know that we've been getting some smoke signals coming from the FAA that Hey, you know, approval and re certification of this plane is in the offing. So it certainly is good news for Boeing just from a cash flow perspective, because this finally means that they can start moving those planes off there, You know, quite honestly employee parking lots at this point now and delivering them to customers. In order to actually get paid and start getting some organic cash flow coming in from all these planes that they have been making here, So I think that Just from a business perspective. It certainly is. Welcome news for Boeing because they have you know so many deliveries that quite honestly is just sitting on their you know the their property waiting to deliver, so there's immediate cash flow, but they've lost a lot of orders check. They've lost hundreds of orders. Well, they lost about 400. It's It's a decent chunk of orders. But when you consider that there's still over 5000 outstanding for this plane, right? You know, it's like it is a good plane. E mean well, But here, Tony, hold on, hold on other than the fact that it crashes, But you know the like when you ride on it, it's a lot nicer ride than the A 3 20. They're all the same. No, they're not. Very American Planes are way better than French planes like like, night and day from whose perspective mine. That's a big difference. If it's from Barry's perspective, I couldn't tell you a different from any of the planes other than the color of the seats. Really. You can't know when you get out. I'm like that seat. Has a TV monitor it That's cool, though The Airbus planes are chintzy, and they rattle a lot and go full made you It on a Boeing and it's like you're on a jet, man. I never know what the hell I'm on it. I'm not really sure what you're talking about Giving that they had to pull this plane out of service for two years because they had two fatal crashes because of how it was designed poorly. Yeah. Yeah, there is. What are we talking about? This is like a great plane like this plane was. This is gonna be the safest plane in the air. Now, Chuck. It has to be because here's the thing if they have one more problem with that M C, a system, which is the system that was tilting the nose of the plane down. They have one more problem with that system that causes a crash. Then you will see the rest of those 5000 orders evaporate the planes. They have this system cause another crash. If it crashes they like is that the end for bowling? I mean, they, like cod is bowling. Recover from another fatality Fatal accident. It's hard to imagine if it's that system specifically if I mean because, look, you can have other place other issues with claims that, you know, cause problems and, you know, like you do have things that happen. I mean way. See, you know, there's a few uncontrolled engine failures each year that happened, You get bird strikes and that you know that stuff happens and so You know again, most the time. It doesn't cause a fatal crash that you know they're able to land the plane and, you know, deal with it. But if you have that M C a system caused another fatal crash on this plane. This plane the program's done, and then this does raise an interesting question. Because this is this plan, even though it's not the most expensive one that Boeing offers because they make so many of them. This forms the backbones their sales. It's hey, consistently. We can sell a ton of these each month. We can produce a ton of these each month, and that's how they kind of just keep the lights on. They paid Bills with these, and then they make their real money. It's it's like a company selling, you know, you know, mid sized sedans and then the SUV's or where they make you know the cocoa profits in this case, though, what's really interesting if you look at the U. S government's policy towards the aviation sector over the last couple decades? It's been one of allowing a ton of consolidation when you go back, just 25 years, and you think about that The companies that you know still were operating in the colonies. He still you still McDonald Douglas. I mean, like you go down the list, and there was more competition. We've allowed this idea of kind of the the National Champion Corporation, the one company that is, you know, the beacon of American aviation. Boeing's the company that's out there right now, and the problem was putting all your eggs in one basket like that is that if that basket starts to break and has problems Now what, Like? What do you do from an aviation perspective for the U. S aviation industry? If Boeing does have continued problems here, you certainly hope they don't look they've had toe go through. You know, they've been through the ringer on this. They let the European Safety Agency go first by about two months on the approval of this plane just because I don't think Boeing the FAA could go first. But when do you think they're actually in the air? The truck the next week. They like people flying for Thanksgiving. They're they're getting on a max. No. So the report that I saw and this was from Carl Kidney of CNBC said that American Airlines was targeting the 29th of December as their first flight, which I believe would be from JFK to Miami to get the max back in the air for passenger flights..

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"zana" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"zana" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Meena Kim White House Chief of staff. Mark Meadows told CNN Sunday that the US is not going to control the pandemic because it's a contagious fires just like the flu. But the virus base very differently from the flu, according to sociologists, Zana affection and she says, the sooner we understand why it tends to spread in big bursts, Allah super spreader events. The sooner we can put more targeted preventative practices in place Early in the pandemic defect she challenged the U. S. Is official line on masks as unnecessary and even harmful if warning correctly, and months before the CDC acknowledged airborne transmission of the virus to officially published a piece in the Atlantic, hammering the importance The ventilation. Xena. Perfection is a University of North Carolina professor of information sciences who specializes in the social effects of technology. Also contributing writer to the Atlantic and the author of Twitter and Tear Gas. Thanks so much for joining us, Zeynep Thank you for inviting me. He was for Twitter and tear gas. When we last talked in 2017, I think about how social media fueled protests lack thie organizational depth and structures to become big lasting movements and so making Pandemic recommendation. Sounds like it was a pretty different direction to go in. You said that you dipped a toe in that water, but it wasn't easy. What made you do it back in February for Scientific American? It feels like a world away, doesn't it when we were discussing those? So what happened for me? In February was that I felt like I was in an out of body experience, partly because I had been doing research in Hong Kong. Because off my interest in social movements and technology. They had a lot of connections to the region. And when the news of a viral pneumonia mystery viral pneumonia started coming out ofthe China In early January end of December. My ears have perked up, because, well, I'm not an epidemiologist. I do teach pandemic sociology. Within such a great way to explain are connected World Network theory Exponential girls contagion, a lot of things that also play a role in our digital technology and social media. So I used to teach that and I had some knowledge of that. So when I started seeing the news Why my dears have perked up. In fact, my like first purchase of masks is January 7th. I went back and checked my Amazon orders. That's when I thought, Okay, this is something to take into account. Well, then I wasn't sure on then on January 20th when China shut down the 11 million Person City of Wuhan That's what my study and understanding of authoritarian regimes kicked in because One rule is Don't look at what they say. Look at what they do right. At that point, China was saying things like, you know, there's no human to human transmission or sustain human too and transmission. No big deal. We got this under control and that something happened that they shut down a city of 11 million. The Chinese leadership, maybe authoritarian. But they're not steel, but they're not going to risk their economy and this much over something that little. So what They did that without at that point, we had very little science because most of the cases were in China and we were getting information out of there. When they did that. I thought all right, here we go. This is a big deal, and I started actually looking to see if there were papers being published in just a week later. The Chinese authorities started letting their scientist published which Wass they had already been trying like the Chinese side of southern trying to whistle blow and inform us and there was a lot of effort from that end. Because they were doing the studies. They were seeing what was happening. So once we started getting the studies this was like January 27 28. I started reading them off course on DH. The first thing that struck me on January 27th wass that study out of Wuhan. Was telling us that there was a lot of atypical clinical presentation. Now I had studied stars as the sociology of mostly, but of course, I read a lot about how we've managed to contain it and what had happened then. It's ours was that infectious period and fever had coincided they could prep temperature going on. You know somebody's face at an airport and catch them just as they were infectious. Where is now? The scientists from China were telling us that people who weren't necessarily feverish or very sick. We're infecting transmitting. And we had already had these unexplained cases. We had a case in Thailand and January. I think 13 14 from a woman who had never been to the seafood market. So at that point, I thought, all right, We're going to get hit like way how the Chinese government thinks we're going to get it. They shut down the whole city. We have his scientific paper saying that we can't just, you know, See, his temperature goes that there is a transmission from people who are not necessarily aware, even their sick and we've had millions of people fly all over the place. And we have humans even transmission. So I thought, all right, let's get radiant. At that point. I'm still not thinking off any role for myself. Except lamenting that I probably can't go to Hong Kong ordering hand sanitizer, canceling travel getting ready like I spent a big chunk of early February getting all my medical stuff out of the way because I saw, you know, forget it with the pandemic Hospitals will be overwhelmed. So I did my checkups and fill my prescription and I'm just waiting. For our authorities to tell us what to do right? Because it seems so clear. All of February. I just looked around, and I thought, which I'm not sure I'm in the same planet with everyone else. Because, like locally and I live in Chapel Hill, we have three big major universities within, like a few miles. We having more Steve, North Carolina, We have Jake University. We have NC state. We have live, fairly educated population. I was looking around and people who are still discussing trips, travel conferences and I was reading like New York Times Washington Post All this places faces I've written myself and I was reading Opitz. Vital to beware of the pandemic. Panic. I was reading bloomer opinion pieces by Harvard professor saying This is excessive fear because people are people are rational necessarily like I was I was being treated like just alarmism. Yes, and everybody was like telling each other I would be on a Facebook group of people would be asking. Should we go to the strip? Should we have this conference and they would pass these pieces along thing?.

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los Angeles votes to resume major cleanups near homeless shelters

Morning Edition

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

los Angeles votes to resume major cleanups near homeless shelters

"The city of Los Angeles is getting ready to resume intensive street cleanups around 20 homeless shelters known as bridge home facilities. His case here, W. Zana Scott reports. The vote on the issue by the City Council came yesterday after hours of debate that often pitted two public health crises against each other Homelessness and Cove in

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Alone, Together

Israel Story

03:40 min | 2 years ago

Alone, Together

"So you'll high, what was working on this piece like for you, what? Did you learn first of all I learned how difficult it is for community that so knit to separate itself all of a sudden like what valiant effort. They did to actually do that once they realize what was going on. And the price is heavy prices. They paid I learned how lockdown affects people very differently lockdown, not the same for a young couple with the one kid or a bachelor living alone or with some roommates, as it is for a mother of you know six seven thirteen kids. Another thing I learned. Is You know these people are very positive? Even when I talked to them, and I talked to remember, I talked to people who had very strong complaints. That's that's how I reached them. Even those people at the end. All of them felt it was very important to end with a positive message. Hopeful message that we can all learn to get along better and. They'll never complain. They'll say you know. It's very very hard, but So. That was really inspiring for me. Being myself stuck with three kids at home and much. Full of. Self pity. That story was produced by High May. Together with our amazing production intern Marie Huda. Ari Jacob wrote and performed the original music. We don't usually think the interviewees in our stories, but this times different since for many of them, talking to the media, especially to non Hundred d media isn't a trivial matter. So. Thank you willy. Dick Mantova Henny Judy near Hyme Teitelbaum. You the elite Menachem Tokyo Shag leak and many others who preferred to remain anonymous, a special thanks to a wicked Zana the national anti-racism coordinator for the Department of Justice, who was incredibly helpful throughout the process of putting this piece together. Before we sign off. Let's check back in with sergeant. Alex Smith the Home Front Command squad leader patrolling the streets of. His assignment like that of many other soldiers was really a bit strange. After all the deem, don't buy large. Go into the army. In fact, some of them are quite hostile towards the arm. So Alex wasn't sure how it would all go down I. Thought I would be getting things thrown at me or like getting shouted from the other side of the street stuff. Like what is the army doing? Hugh, get out of place. I can tell you that as soon as they see us coming there like and they put on the face mask or go to another place. So what do you do you go and knock on people's doors or where? How'd you? How'd you convey this information? No, we do not going to people's homes. We are going close to supermarkets to hospitals. Two clinics in how the hundred received the soldiers so far so good. We have not had any problems set. Like what are you doing you or what? Why is your army coming into a neighborhood? Not all. You're not the right I. Am not I am a secular you I I would say. And is this the first time that you've had significant interaction with with him? Yes, and say that it's nothing like I would have expected I. Not all the like for real are taking us the way we are and leading. Do what we are intending to do, which is to help them and they're cooperating. Also which I think is fantastic

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Imran Amed and Tim Blanks on Where Fashion Goes From Here

The Business of Fashion Podcast

08:05 min | 2 years ago

Imran Amed and Tim Blanks on Where Fashion Goes From Here

"Hi, this is Ron Ahmed founder and CEO of the business of fashion and welcome to the podcast. Each season after fashion Mumbai. Sit Down with Tim planks, and we hash out what we've learned what we've observed and what we've taken away from the latest season, a fashion shows of course this season was completely different, but it was still worth having a catch up with Tim to explore. Fashion goes from here here's. Tim Blanks inside fashioned. Everybody a welcome to be oh ethel lives. I'm here with Tim blanks our editor at large, and you know usually around this time of year, Tim and I have spent. Several weeks on end in the back of a car. Navigating Fashion Week. And so we thought well. We can't do that this year, but Tim, I've still been keeping in touch of course and We usually record podcast conversation. Just reflecting on the fashion season that was and so we thought well. There's still a lot to talk about so I asked him. To join me, welcome Tim. I am Ron. How're you doing good? Good I like your shirt. He said mutually good. I'm seeing. New, thing glamour. Lack Raw Glam rock. Okay Difference. I'm not capable of climate, but I am capable of Glam rock some. Well. Our conversation today is called where it is fashion. Go from here and I know it's something that's been. On your mind a lot, it's certainly been on my mind but before we dive into that specifically you were I guess four months foreign a bit months into lockdown now or limited I, I sort of I date the transitional moment I came back from Paris on Much A. Figure that March the was the day that you could feel the storm, clouds had kind of well and truly Gabid of the fashion so I kind of date everything for much. The I think the last time that we saw anybody actually in our flat was March the seven nine. And said however many citizens. Zana's how how however long it is since we haven't seen anybody. and everything's being done like this kind of digitally signed the last time you and I saw each other in person was record our podcast for the end of that season and I. You know I don't know. I. Don't know if you remember what we talked about. It was obviously a very strange moment, and we didn't know what was about come, but one of the questions that we were grappling with. was whether we would all look back at that fashion week in and wonder if it was irresponsible for all of us to be sitting in a snuggled up next to each other at fashion, shows and dinners while this. Virus was spreading and what we know now tim is virus was spreading. It was readying actively in Italy and in France just as fashion week was going on so looking back now. What what do you think? I. I wasn't thinking irresponsible I mean there was. But because you know, we live Italy the the day we left Italy giorgione cancel the show. And Joe Digitally and there was a little bit of kind of. Huffing and puffing about that and Oh let's so dramatic whatever and I and then the airport in Milan at night was like. The fall of Saigon It was just so crazy. Wasn't people trying to get out of the country? Where was people trying to get out of the county? No because they were panicking about virus necessary. Just it was a set. It was sense of. Some enormous. Ominous! Force? and then getting to Paris and finding that you know people were saying. Shall we shop wait? You'll have a show in nothing. Really the either a couple of shows cancel. was still you know I always competitive? This that whole moment in World War Two that was? One that was a sinkhole. The phony war before the war actually started. There was moment where everybody knew that was going to be a war, but it hadn't happened, so they were kind of. Suspended animation and that's kind of what it was. Td that this because. I don't think anybody knew it was gonNA. Be As bad as it turned out to be at coins. But still it was a solo. Remember I was in the I. Requirements often before his show. He said to me. You think this is the one. And I said well. Do you and I just didn't know that point, and and you know what the weird thing is. Allocating many months later, this March April may June five months later. We still don't know because I. Feel, the feel it. Still the the doctors who will leading out shaping our opinions on this I don't think. Completely show what it is at dinner would. It just it just feels you know when you read. Eddie meteorologists is so excited by this virus, because it is such a challenge and a multi focal. It's just this incredible. Opportunity to delve deep into something that human beings have never encountered before and inside the fashion industry has just kind. I'm concerned is still like everybody else is still not this dilemma. What's going to happen? But I think we do know that this is the one I mean. There may be others at come after this based on what I've been reading, but this pandemic is shaping up to be you know one of those. Collective experiences of complete. Change, yeah, an and I think it's at fifteen million cases now. You know hundreds of thousands of people at I mean I think it's as you said I. Don't think any of us knew back then. How bad it was going to be, but it's certainly. It's certainly shaping up to be much much worse than I think. Many of us expected I. Mean I think when I was talking to a couple of CEO's in this over closing. We thought we were closing our stores down for a couple of weeks. And then obviously that turned into months. And you know the all the talk about first-wave second-wave I am using the Spanish flu as a as a as a sort of. Precursor. You know the fact that the first wave was in the full in there was a summer at the second wave was in the following fool. Could Lord I mean. We have no idea of what we could be looking at in. Another four or five months so. Yeah. It's A. It's being A. It's been a challenge I. Think Real, good huge challenge for the everybody on every level of every life almost everywhere in the world. And the nothing like that has ever happened.

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"zana" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"zana" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Me as an morning everybody welcome back to the show it's don and Steve on my top one oh seven one everything entertainment's Zana Valentine's day Patterson producer Ryan how you doing Steve really good we caught Ryan talking bad about us yeah that's that's typical he didn't know that we could hear him we heard him through a Steve's room I went in there to talk to Steve about something I said who's he talking about he said US well no I was more resigned to it at that point you said something about us so we had a little bit of a delay it when Steve broadcast from home so you were talking to the engineer not realizing that you were coming over our speakers and saying yeah we just had a little problem with the flow of the show more so than normal you kind of remember the norm was a leap showed he referred to us as a disaster I never speak anything that's not the truth that's fair sample some of the phone just went is from little once she needed anything Mel gag us TP mmhm Clorox wipes kids and like with the runaway it's yeah we're getting estimates on a on a deck yeah good hire people I have I haven't stopped I haven't stop having people come out to the house there's a distance trades that are debt you're allowed to continue in like lawn workers and landscapers so they can get back to work now yes so yes that's that's good and I gotta tell you know Plunkett's come out I tell you what hasn't slowed a single bit is the housing industry because they're building homes around us and it's like sh truck trailer moving in double time right now that's great they should be doing all of that I think I'll get thirty five W. done right yeah I know I know the pace on that maybe we'll get it done in fewer years than what last year's yeah I think time it's it's weird the times hires in last year's notes here here's here's in fewer years no yes your did you can count that well what is the so it's I just did it just to mess around with you because you guys are always like fear or less I know it now here's a great way to you I have I have fewer friends than I used to have but I don't feel any less love there you go I have less money than I had with our own your future and your fewer dollars to have fewer dollars less money that's right this is a very complicated language I feel like if there are people in Italy trying to learn this language it's not too late to jump ship done if you wanna learn a different language anything it might be a little easier Rosetta stone a lot of people doing that they teach though I don't I don't want to listen to like basic I want to learn the ins and outs of the language you know again I learned Spanish I wanted to learn that you know hi is always ends in and us are almost done almost so it's easier to I don't know I I don't want to learn just by memorizing things almost Amos all right so there is a couple elderly couple in Ohio they were planning a big wedding this spring but they had to cancel it he's ninety and she's eighty five they don't want to wait so what did they do they decided to zoom zoom zoom zoom last Friday with twenty friends and they lined lifestream debt they posted a short clip of him reading his half of the mouse here it is.

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Connecting in isolation: Indigenous people create, find and share community online

Unreserved

05:53 min | 2 years ago

Connecting in isolation: Indigenous people create, find and share community online

"Are you missing being able to talk to your co workers face to face longing for the days when meetings didn't use zoom Google hangouts or other technology my next guest is embracing her virtual work meetings? Scour Nadi in her team meet in the virtual world second life for work the Mohawk artist is the CO founder and CO Director of Aboriginal Territories in Cyberspace or ABC Tech. She's joining us for Montreal. Did tell us how it works. Hello Greg so describe your virtual indigenous world. What does it look like about? First of all it's called Atlantic Island And when you arrive with you're wearing your avatar in Atlantic island. The first thing you see is the celestial tree. Most of the things you'll see on optic. Ireland are parts of sets that I made with my wonderful team for Messina's that I've made in Michigan Amazon movies shot in a virtual environment. Like a video game. So you have this beautiful celestial tree which from my movie about the creation of the donor schone creation story But surrounding it now are some benches that you can sit on to so that you can enjoy the tree or chat with your chat with your fellow. Avatar It's in a kind of a plaza and all around in our different places you can go and look at. There's a museum of the future I call it. There is the wonderful campfire with the adirondack chairs. Around the MUSKOKA chairs around it. There's also another little corner that has a traditional pre contact longhouse side by side with a long house of the future and three sisters garden growing out in front. Well that's a sounds lovely and we're going to be posting a few pictures on our website at CBC dot ca slash unreserved. So people can see what it looks like for themselves. So whose idea was it to have a meeting in the comfy chairs around a big fire. Actually I can't remember exactly which member of our team suggested it. It was my dream. Come true though I have been I've been hanging out in this virtual world for quite a while and I've always seen as a space that could be used as a community space especially far. You know our communities who are spread out like as indigenous people were spread out across vast territory noticing North America. I could see this as being a place where we could come together and meet in an embodied way if we couldn't fly somewhere you know and talk about our issues or just visit. You know awesome so now. That more and more offices are moving to online meetings. What do you think the benefits are of this? Virtual option that you've created you know. Zoom is fine. And that's great but you know you. Do you really have to show all your workmates? Your apartment on your possible messy bedroom. You know you can set yourself up in a shared space and you can also put on. You Know Your Best. Avatar in your hair will be all done near makeup. His all done. You can be sitting in your underwear but you know wearing we're close. There's an added extra bonus for me. I believe in why you know one of the reasons I like to hand in a virtual world like this is because there's like a fantasy element I mean in this. I've built this world with again with the help of my amazing team. I've built this space. That's like it's an indigenous space. Where else do you get to hang out around the celestial tree? Yeah I think it's so it's it's just beautiful for me thing to be able to share with other people with the People. I'm working with and you know we're not We're not a business so to be in a space that allows us to continue dreaming and imagining is very beneficial. Less sounds amazing. I for one would make myself twenty pounds lighter and my brain's be perfect every time. Yup You can do. That isn't that it is so. Is this virtual space open to visitors? As a matter of fact it is However you might show up there Zana and you might like not know quite what to do since you're a new job in our language so you might kind of walk around and you might find it you might. If you're lucky you know how to walk around but you know you might not quite know how to interact with things or you might feel kind of lonely talk about social isolation if you show up there for PM and no one's even there. I'm then happened a lot. So what we decided to do is to set up. Activating active island. Which is the weekly time slot that we make sure we're in world so one at least one of our team is in world at that time and they're there to visit with you or show you around or tell you all your avatars. Here's actually on backwards. Let me help you you know. And and that's turned out to be a nice way for people to get into seeing the space but You know I think again imagining what the space could be and conversations have happened as well so I invite you to come on Friday afternoon. Two thirty you know we have a web page. Www DOT AB tech ab T. E. C. Dot land and that. Be that webpage. You can figure out how to visit US awesome while I will be sure to To get my best avatar outfit on and come visit Awesome thank you so much for your time. Today you're very welcome

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"zana" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"zana" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Okay John what can you tell Zana about that that particular record the do you know if it's on Musicor records denoble label I don't have high I can check hi yeah to the best of my knowledge he was on music or at that time and not very collectible you know Willie as popular as he is it B. is first record the only one I can think of it's worth money and that's called no place for me and that's up to about eight hundred dollars the rest of his material certainly no more than twenty dollars while all right all right I'm not familiar with that particular area you know seized by the Irish deal but yeah I know I know that down in Pleasanton Texas a southern suburb of San Antonio there's a station K. Bob K. B. O. P. at on the wall they have the original radio operator's license of a disc jockey there was Willie Nelson and E. S. yeah they they you know they're pretty proud about that is what well they should be okay Monty and Gladewater Texas is with us hello Marty Hey there yeah how well well thank you the thirty three no three I now moved Teaneck maker less the label actually brothers three plus three hundred a folder with all the pictures of the ads and brothers nineteen seventy cherry yeah well that king that's out of Cincinnati that's where they were from their early albums and RCA is where the money is so when you get the king not to collectible around twenty five dollars there shall album their biggest shout on RCA would go up around four hundred dollars well and we will wrap up with Paul in the Danbury Connecticut for John Marshall tonight hello Paul hi good evening I have a new Christy minstrels records tell tall tales legends and nonsense by the new Christy minstrels direction rainy sparks on the back is an autograph of everybody but none of the autographs of the people on the cover but when the addresses a man named Kenny Rogers yeah well I agree with you I I looked up is the merchandise of his in the signature does seem to match well now that's a funny thing about autographs which made add to the value to some people but not to record collectors regrettably job yeah I can give you a value for the autograph that would be my field but generally collectors don't like anything written on their covers not even autographed stuff so which sometimes it can hurt the value but new Christy minstrels you probably have it on Philips records would be around twenty five dollars there you go John is always what a pleasure to have you on Sir I really appreciated thank you Jim you betcha John Marshall might be John as he is known record appraisal expert is website money music dot com of course on a Friday evening we tend to have the man with those that another capacity so here is my ID John Marshall.

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Big travel deals around the corner

Clark Howard Show

04:02 min | 2 years ago

Big travel deals around the corner

"We're going to have a lot of great great airfare bargains both for travel around the United States and for outside the US. And there are multiple reasons for this. But I want to deal with this one first. And that is three airlines that people love to hate or having a big impact on airfares in cities all over the country allegiant frontier in spirit. The three hard discount airlines the states come into a marketplace in the case of frontier allegiant. They may come in with a flight just twice a week from somewhere to somewhere else. Spirit tends to offer daily service typically but when these deep discounters come into a market and they're all adding routes at a rapid clip around the country entry airfares in that market on full fare airlines and mid price airlines decline is a result. Even if if the deep discount comes in with very minor levels of service it affects prices according to hopper which is an an apple a lot of people love to use to shop for airfares. You will see a seventeen percent drop in air airfares on a route when a new flight comes in from a discounter and that's really fantastic pastic to know that when the deep discounters comes in even if you don't choose to fly them you benefit from them in the market kit. Now obviously if people don't fly them are grateful they brought in the fair. Eventually they'll leave the market because it's not economic for them to just help bring down fares on other airlines people have got to fly him to and fly everybody over the course of a year and I know a lot of people complain about the airlines. I don't have a lot of complaints about anybody. I fly maybe my personality. It doesn't really bother me now. There's a second factor that is particular to twenty twenty eventually. Eventually the Max is going back in the year and that is a plane that has been flown by American united tonight in South West but now a bunch of other airlines are going to bring in. Max is going to be a lot of them in the skies once they're certified as safe if again and even if you don't fly on one all this rush of new aircraft and currently parked aircraft that were in service but brought back we're going to have an effect so an item in the Wall Street Journal. How many of these planes are coming back in the skies and how many routes is going to lead to give an example of markets that southwest has come into Previously were served by full fare airlines in the fairs drop at least initially by over sixty percent when southwest comes Zana's southwest effect and we're going to C. N.. Twenty twenty is southwest has more of those planes that were in their fleet and so many coming into their fleet once. The plane's found to be safe that it's going to have a dramatic effect effect with bargains in twenty twenty. When the keys though is when a new route is introduced or new services announced? You WanNa Watch watch like a hawk to see what deals

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Apple Pays $25 Million for Billie Eilish Documentary Headed for Apple TV+ Rather Than Apple Music

Mac OS Ken

01:25 min | 2 years ago

Apple Pays $25 Million for Billie Eilish Documentary Headed for Apple TV+ Rather Than Apple Music

"The Apple Music Awards Aka the belly Ilitch show seems to have gone off without a hitch. Each didn't see it myself. I was out last night. However apple insider had a decent ride up beats one presenter? Zane loaded the intro full of Hoes Amazon. Hey Zana's for Irish. And her brother Fellas. Then the two did a bunch of songs for English fans. Who'd been invited to Apple Park specifically specifically for the event if you missed it or saw it and just want to see it again billy eyelash at the Steve? Jobs theater is available to stream on apple music. The award and the show weren't the only Irish News on Wednesday. While the show what was going on apple insider says the Hollywood reporter reported word of an eyelash documentary secured by apple the peace says the Cupertino Keno Company is paying a rumored twenty five million dollars for rights to an island documentary directed by our Jay Cutler. Interestingly this one will apparently apparently not stream on apple music while past music centric films have found themselves on apple streaming music service. The untitled Silas knock is expected to make its way to apple TV. Plus it'll debut sometime in twenty twenty

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"zana" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"zana" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Get positive results pet life radio. We'll be right back right after these measurements. Stay tuned. Everything we tried failed except the dynamited standard run-of-the-mill tests, and treatment, where Zana history, crane, antibiotics, spray description, dejection, antibody, Android cream. No results. It was neglect. The other owners didn't care enough about him to take care of them. And to give him the nutrition he needed truthful supplement like dynamite to be the happy. Happy dog. He is today. I am V I T, E dot com. If you want the dog to be healthy, you gotta feed the hungry healthy, put some nutrition in your dog the that, that I trust recommended dinovite. The dog I have today because Dino light of sparkling by a lush coat. Healthy skin rescue dog. You've gotta feed them right for life standards. I will make your dog a happy dog dynamite is a tradition going to fight for life. Eight five nine four two eight one thousand eight five nine four two eight one thousand D I. N. O. V I T E dot com. Looking for the best advice on pet health safety and travel connect with the penalty? Dina Humphry, also known as the pet lady will surely be a city near you, real soon. She'll be spreading the good news for pets and pet lovers from tips on dog and cat care, pet industry, trends, and the best events for you and your four legged family members need a great gift idea or insights on the hottest pet gadgets. Simply follow the pet lady on Twitter at pet. Lady world you can also. Learn more at the pet lady at the pet lady dot net. Doc. Radio radio dot com..

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"zana" Discussed on MonsterTalk

MonsterTalk

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"zana" Discussed on MonsterTalk

"I appreciate the effort, he put into testing these various bits of evidence to see what DNA could tell us, I appreciate it becoming onto this show and talking with me, he wrote the book he wrote, not the book I necessarily wanted him to write. But it's what he didn't write about Zani that I wanted to address in this episode rather than look for a relict population of sub Saharan Africans for some ancient and mysterious secondary exit is I think we should instead, look at the plight of one African slave far from home. There was no crypto, there was no relic commented. There was just racially. Charged legends and a family that managed to endure and still exists spite the sad deplorable things that happen to their ancestor not very long ago. Indeed. Stir doll. You've been listening to monster talk. I'm your host Blake Smith today. You heard about Zane of the African slave in causa, whose name has become synonymous with the L mosty a legendary while person or sasquatch of that region. Zeta story has become entwined with Bigfoot lower the cost of her real history. It seems inevitable that people will continue to spread the legends about her, while the tragic facts of her case are brushed aside. But now you know, more of that truth, it's a start. Muster talks that official pike has of skeptic magazine the views expressed this episode of those of myself, and they don't necessarily reflect the opinions of skeptic magazine, or the skeptic society. We hope you've enjoyed this episode of monster talk each episode, we strive to bring you the very best in monster related content with the focus on bringing scientific skepticism.

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"zana" Discussed on MonsterTalk

MonsterTalk

04:54 min | 3 years ago

"zana" Discussed on MonsterTalk

"Magazines and crypto zoology literature, you will still find people who have read Sykes findings and still in Thursay acidly wants you to believe that she is in the ender tall or some other variant of a relict hominids, please stop doing this. I understand how compelling the story of a wild person can be in fiction and legend for thousands of years stories of these wild people that were more animal than human have fascinated us. But this was no legend. This was a real human being. So I'd like to propose an alternative version of the story of Zanna. This is speculative, but I think it's more plausible than the story of giant, naked woman who can sleep outside in the coldest winters, and have full human children. So here we go. Our story starts with a young Zana of black woman in sub Saharan, ancestry, living in captivity, perhaps she was mute perhaps she was not regardless. She was a slave owner takes through village on the river in Qasr. He meets egg Naba and tells him very strange story by his slave capturing her in the woods, and that she is called CENA. And perhaps some kind of a spirit of the woods herself, or the offspring of one. Or maybe he just sells her as a mute and get Nava makes up the story are perhaps, there was never even any such story while she was alive. It doesn't matter. She was a slave and get Naba put her to work on his estate. And then he showed her off to other villagers. Perhaps he sold access to her as a prostitute, or maybe the villagers snuck in and raped her, regardless. She was in no position to give consent to slay. She ended up, giving birth to four children, including wit and CENA, eventually dies, but her descendants live on. Children. Tell stories of religion behaviors or were they ridiculed as being half beast. I don't know but they were likely subject to the kind of racist. Bullying happens all over the world wants to stink plea. And obviously part of a minority with a family history that others might mock, you for eventually, her son, quit dies, too. And years afterwards. Bigfoot researcher eager Burt Seth gigs up and steals covets skull and another skull that might have been saying he has the metalized multiple times on TV shows, and eventually, but Dr sikes where are these skulls. Now they were sold into private collections. When Bert says Russian Bigfoot research business hard times. So now Zina, if the skull did belong to is still being treated as a piece of property, even after a lifetime of slavery. Now. So is fit. My version isn't very nice. It isn't very mysterious. But I think it's probably closer to what happened based on the evidence dislikes book, I wish the story Sykes told in this chapter followed the evidence rather the legends. But now at least, you know, a little bit more about Zana and covet, and they're sad tale of Kasi has a history of African slaves passing through it. I put some links into the show notes about that as well. Plus links to other critiques Sykes book, I do need to add one more bit of evidence to my hypothesis around Zana's name, you may recall from previous episodes that my fascination with the fact that HP lovecraft included the debate word Migo for his strange, Mike. It'd lobster creatures in the whisper and darkness. Sometimes. They're called the fun guy from yoga. But the actual Tibetan term has nothing to do with love crafts, conception of these creatures. But while cryptos Walla just will tell you that Migo is the same as yeti, and that it means wild man. There is more linguistic Soltys. There may be obvious. It. Can mean the same as yeti a wild humanoid, but it can also mean something much more like a bar Burien or uncivilised, uncouth, outsider. So when Kanter with Migo that you see in the literature might refer to an encounter with foreigners. But it might also mean an encounter with monsters knowing how to distinguish the uses depends on more mastery of the Tabet language, then most cryptos Wallasey enthusiasts probably have at their disposal or skeptical. Podcasters for that matter in conclusion, let me reiterate that I appreciate the work that Dr sikes did on this book..

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"zana" Discussed on MonsterTalk

MonsterTalk

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"zana" Discussed on MonsterTalk

"I thought I would start there. So I tried to find any references to the words, ENA, meaning black in Qasr. I was surprised to learn that the only references to Zana meeting black, that I was able to find we're all sourced back to one place. Bryan. Sykes book. I did reach out to Dr sikes about the question of this definition, asking who had told him this, or where he had learned it today. He hasn't written back, but I would not be surprised if he was told this by his rushing guides in the region who were not at Cazin. I tried crowd sourcing requests for help, but they didn't lend any assistance, Finally I got in touch with some Kasdan tourist groups and one of the workers, there an Kazzia native helped me find the answer in short Zane does not mean black in Cazin. It is not even an ab- caz in word. But in the Balkans, we know that it means something like magical forest entity. What if you were a salesperson and wanted to make a mute slave seem more valuable would call her wild person of the woods, a Dana increase value for that matter. Can we even know that she was mute or Harry, or over six feet tall? What if these attributes grew in legend, because of a racially biased needs to dehumanize, someone who is different. It wouldn't be the first time that people with different traits were turned into monsters by means of narrative justification. The original research, designer was conducted by Alexander meshed of Steph and Boris Porsche nev- in the nineteen fifties. They interviewed elderly residents who said they still remembered Zana and recounted her description. This is where the stories of her Harry body, and extrordinary physical characteristics. Come from, from people who remembered this unusual and slaves African woman from a century before. Doing years of reading and research into human perception, in the malleable, nature of memory makes me highly skeptical of these anecdotes. But even if they in a really had unusual characteristics, she was still fully human. She was not a knee. Enter tall, nor did her description sound like an enter tall, nor was she in the of the other species that are commonly attributed to her. She was a human being a homo Sapien. If you search books newspapers.

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"zana" Discussed on MonsterTalk

MonsterTalk

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"zana" Discussed on MonsterTalk

"And so it would have remained a story, and we would have known nothing more about Xena, what has kept the story alive is that she had at least four children with local men. The circumstances are unclear but there are tales of drunken orgies and curious men being granted access to her and exchange for money, the nature, the based page to Ninety-six. Of course, Sykes is not alone. In retelling, the story this way, it says, if in the crypto zoology world, you can't call sexual assault or rape. If the victim might be in the ender tall or an all mosty. I don't imagine. There's any case law around that. But it's relevant because what Sykes is genetic research revealed is Zane was fully human the surprise only being that she was. In fact, fully sub Saharan African in her genetic lineage now, think about that for a moment. Are you thinking about it? Good. Now they about all the legends of Zanna you've ever heard or read, or watched, and I want you to a race the word musty and the were Bigfoot and the word Neanderthal. And I want you to replace it with African woman, and I want you to look for the words like captured and replace that with enslaved and suddenly, the legend of Zana is a very, very different story. Should we put any credence into the claims that she was extremely tall that she was covered with hair that she had no human speech? If we consider that the stories are word of mouth for more than a century before. Isn't it possible that the legends are just a racially motivated way of mythology? This unusual black slave woman being kept in a village. Causa. That was my assumption after reading about Sykes is findings. But again, I haven't read his book, when I interviewed him and since Karen, I are constantly researching for the next episode I hadn't given the topic much thought until we covered legends of the Balkans recently during the editing of that episode an episode beset by many technical challenges. There was a piece that got lost, but a tiny fragment of that segment, hit me, like a brick in the editing process. Our guest Christopher closets was explaining one of the fairy legends of the Balkans that of thus Xena. In the regional lore there can be many of these entities. But they all represent a kind of magical being that inhabits a particular grove are a mountain are valley as a sort of protector spirit. If you're a character in allege in the Balkans, and you need assistance in the forest, you can beseech thee Zane of the grove to give you magical help so in folklore as ENA is a wild woodland spirit in our caz, Ian Xena was alleged to be a wild woman was this just a coincidence, or was her name, actually a descriptors tying her unusual traits to a mythical creature are put it another way was calling her Xena the equivalent of finding a dark skinned mute boy, surviving in the wilds of Canada and naming him pan, and one hundred years later having crypto. Zoologist tell us that his name was pan because he was black like a frying pan. Completely missing the folklore ties. I couldn't be sure, but I wanted to know more insights book, when describing CENA, he says this. Part, human part, ape with dark skin Zena means black in Abkhaz. She was covered with long reddish, Brown hair which formed, a main down her back the nature of the beast page to ninety five..

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"zana" Discussed on MonsterTalk

MonsterTalk

04:54 min | 3 years ago

"zana" Discussed on MonsterTalk

"Tape. This is it I thought after decades of effort by crypto zoologist here at last is a genuine sasquatch hair sample. I reset the traps open. A new file on the voice recorder and a symbol, the camcorder as I drove back to marble melt. I felt the warm glow of success. I had made the discovery of the century I had three squad hairs in my pocket and tomorrow after the big guy comes out for the apples, maybe there will be a movie to from the nature of the beast pays to thirty nine. Now, here's the thing, I didn't believe that Sykes believed I presumed, he was being coy in order to present the face of an unbiased, and very open experience or who's going to apply the tools of science to the question of Bigfoot during my interview with him. I didn't explicitly ask him if the book was romanticized view of this endeavor or feelings, he described were completely honest to the best of his recollection. Maybe I should have, regardless. I still don't think during our conversation that he sounded particularly gullible or excessively open to fringe phenomena, but perhaps it was important to approach the material in the voice of that persona to represent the position open minded researcher. I could be wrong, of course. But I wanted to disclose that this was my assumption about the content other readers were less charitable in their take on the book. And on Sykes propensity for. Exessive credulity. Peasy Myers, for example, referred to psych says quote a loon and quote, incompetent. In quote, I will link to a couple of Myers articles in the show notes, but while he may represent the least charitable take on sexist work. Other people in the field of called Sykes, Bigfoot news, largely discredited as well. The big discovery in my mind was his finding of potential hybrid bears as potential yeti candidates, rather, it was his findings around the famous alleged Russian wild woman. Zane a-. Now, when she was strictly a legend, calling her a wild woman, or a potential Almasy or relic Neanderthal. While wildly unlikely. I don't think that these were necessarily malicious characterizations, it's troubling to note that would subsequent publishing of psychosis work. The book has been retitled Bigfoot yeti in the last knee, enter tall, which seems to be doubling down on the Zina as wild woman narrative. With his published findings. I believe we need to reject those labels entirely. But first, let's go back and look at the story of Jonah as presented Sykes this book, as the audio clip in this intro, suggested the legend begins with the merchant traveling through Abkhazia when he cites, eventually captures a Harry wild woman. She is described as being incredibly strong hirsute black skinned with red hair and apparently mute, the merchant took her and sold her to what Sykes described as a succession of quote owners in, quote, he puts owners in single quotes, but I'm not sure why does he mean that they weren't really her owner's does he mean that he wants you to know that writing about owning a person is exceptional or that it's questionable. I don't know eventually Zane was sold to an ad Kazzia nobleman named egg Naba where she lived out her life as a servant. Preferring to live out in the elements ignoring the cold and demonstrating feats of remarkable strength, speed and constitution in Sykes recounting. He says. She never tried to escape at began to do menial tasks forget Naba including grinding corn in his water mill though, apparently not fully human. She became his slave the nature of the beast page to ninety six. Ouch. I really, really don't like that passive voice here. She became his slave, not Gabba. Gabba made her his life. Now Sykes is writing this in the form of legend. But at the time he's writing it. I mean by the time he sits there writing manuscripts for publication. He already knows the outcome of Zina's genetic testing later. He explains her descendants. In many ways CENA is a classic tale of wild creature part, human part animal captured in tamed..

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"zana" Discussed on MonsterTalk

MonsterTalk

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"zana" Discussed on MonsterTalk

"So back in episode one hundred I was excited to interview Bryan Sykes about the book that have resulted from this research, the nature of the beast, chronicles, his collection and testing of numerous alleged Bigfoot DNA samples to find out what they really were. I was not able to get the book before conducting that interview, which is definitely not my preferred approach, but I did do a lot of research online, looking at various sample, chapters detail reviews and listening to interviews with Dr sikes. I was prepared as could be an after the interview is over. I confess to him that I hadn't been able to read the book yet, and he was truly surprised based on how I'd handle the thing which was great. I felt good about that. But the book did cause some controversy. What are the controversies that we discussed even in that interview was his disdain for the way, the genetics research has changed to be less field, work and more math and computers since this genetic revolution has transformed our understanding of the field and continues to expand rapidly as computational power grows exponentially. I feel like I should chocolate up to remiss Zimin his part for days, gone by or at least I preferred to attribute that to his dowager rather than to some Luddite, desire to slow progress at the time, I also didn't want to spoil the book for listeners because it, it just come out and there was lots of very interesting surprises inside. There's now been ample time for such prizes to have been revealed in the media and critiqued. There are different ways you could look at sexist book, the text reads, and some of the encounter chapters as though he genuinely believes everything he's told, and then only we've reluctance concludes that the genetic information found turns out to have mundane sources a chapter dealing with the big foot allegedly living under a tree serves as an example of Sykes handling of this kind of ambiguity. When I reached the tree, there was no knocking to be heard maybe the big guy left his layer I thought or maybe he's on his way back adrenaline pumping looking over my shoulder after every step. I did my rounds of the hair traps, yesterday, samples and chocolate had all gone. Yesterday's apples in chocolate and all gone. And there were more hairs on the traps on one of them around the back of the tree. I could see three long shiny golden Brown. Hairs, stuck to the gorilla.

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"zana" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"zana" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"Don't expect you to get my cheaper. Too much pressure. There's a lot to live up to the challenge because the bell Vicksburg. I'd be invited. It's like Sarah, seven, different states Zana, Texas. I mean, any idea what you were doing when you were seven mingka's around because I don't know. No winning the battle. Absolutely. Seven. We also did knuckle pushups. It was the company is called ata. Remember what stood for punch you? Go. Battle of Vicksburg for sure you couldn't do today. Knuckle push up. I can't do a regular what they call quote, unquote, which I find very offensive girl. Push push. The no man's fall off. I compare your body to like credit. What do you mean? It's hard to get good credit. Right. Yes. You work so hard to get the good credit, right? Like a good body. And then you can ruin your credit in like a month. Yeah. Have really really good shape. And then you let go like three. Well, it depends on who you are. But my normal people three months later, you're like what happened. I now you wake up fat. Probably happened over like a decade, but its gradual why it's so great to have a body. That's always been out of control. Finally, get a little bit of control. You feel really good about yourself. Appreciate it. 'cause you're a little bit older should Katie because you've lost over twenty pounds. Twenty two point two to be exact. I've gained two pounds of muscle. That's really. Yeah. So they're good work. Thanks, the good works say I lost like four hundred pounds. That's what he would say. It's a great accomplishment. I mean, it's no winning the battle of Vicksburg. It's up there. Imagine avenue lot lane in the beds at night wondering how will ever top? I have known each other for very long time teen years point. Yup. Today. I got like a little bit of an understanding a glimpse of why you are the way you are. Just like the battle of Vicksburg anymore. Yeah. That belts the confidence. And I. Had a lot of my parents instilled a lot of confidence in me in general and all of us, but I had like these like really kind of fund accomplishments at a young age, and then they totally stopped. Eighteen no more. It's all of are done percents. I gotta live off of that. You know what I'm saying? All right. We need one man. One woman is bow Sex's again, not the Vicksburg. Jaren case bow the sexes. That's coming up with Jared and Katie.

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Man City beat Newport to reach FA Cup quarter-finals

BBC World Service

00:48 sec | 3 years ago

Man City beat Newport to reach FA Cup quarter-finals

"We start with football and Manchester City or through to the quarter-finals of the FA Cup in England after beating full of tears side. Newport county fill Foden score twice city in a four one victory at Rodney parade with LeRoy Zana. Andrea admirers also on the scoresheet. It was comfortable in the end. But all the goals were scored in the second half and the city manager pep Guardiola admits that took a while to get going in the I mean is always difficult to adopt Indies a stadium in this speech is so the throw is throwing this incredible the balls with Martin. They win almost all the balls by the single have we were more after the for me, we we were more and more precise. And we play I think the cycle hub we make we make an incredible performance. Brought in Hove Albion and championship side. Millwall are also through to the last

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"zana" Discussed on Food for Thought

Food for Thought

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"zana" Discussed on Food for Thought

"So it's wonderful to catch her at a time when she's here at home with us today. Hallows zana. I'm so excited to be hit. I'm so excited. I actually go here. I mean in terms of a lifestyle that means you're rarely actually in your home country. You're definitely not one of the moment. Yeah. I'm I think I'm in the country for five days this month, which is shocking like actually, I just wish time a little bit more. Sometimes I mean, you grew up in Yorkshire from Yorkshire to London. It's quite a quite change in that in itself, you kind of in search of a Korean fitness from what I've gathered, and how do you think over the years, your relationship and food is evolve firm back when I was in Yorkshire to now. I mean, it's changed massively. I've always focused on like home made food. My mom was like a meet until you've add shepherd's pie. I made lasagna. Yes. Knock ball. Everything was from scratch when everybody bought anything packaged. So that was instilled in me young age. They wanna went university. I did have no idea how to cook. And definitely fell back ready meals for like the first year. Yeah. I did has been instilled in me to focus on whole foods and homemade food. But my my journey has changed massively for a while. I was back there. And like if you guys don't now, I am late plump base now. So that was a massive transition which has happened over the course of the past few years and also back then I believed in more like a diet culture approach to food, and I used to think that if you want to lose weight, you just didn't eat Anita Baffoni gall. Everyone was brainwashed. That every time like most not low, carb lowing fun. I was when I believe by them. But that's because that's why he believed when I was just an educated. So it was ignorance was bliss. Now that was that was what I all. I knew say what I need to make sense when you say because that's such a huge transition. Because obviously you've you're an author. You know, your first book, strong, you're meaty back. Then what was the catalyst moment that kind of get it was they wanna was gradual. It wasn't where you are. A single moment. I have had a very slow transitional journey to becoming plump base. So I kind of feel like for me work to think if I ever not would have gone back on myself. So the meeting slowly and doing it in a way while I was listening to my body as I went and learning how to cook plant based meals as I went along. I if I had gone every night it just works with some people. But if I don't even I wouldn't have known owners to cook. I mean, Sarah. I'm like, yeah. Summon every meal? Yes. Like what my protein sources were. And how to eat this way in terms of like particular moment, I watch his documentary called Kaos Baresi is actually my second time watching it. If you times, I remember that. Yeah. So I watched I watched all the like vegan documentaries university. But I was in a head space. So I was very closed minded back. Then like, I was very a kind of like focussed on myself. Maybe you might say Labus off absorbed. Like, I was I actually think we need to go easy on our selves because. Yeah, we should all be more self absorbed. I think than we are. Yeah. Maybe I'd say, you know yourself. Then I was very like one mind me and my journey. Yeah. I watch documentaries. And I was like now I'm not going into that like since. And then I we watched mafias later. God knows why. But I did I we watched Kaas Busey unaccountable other ones I watched anyway, take one as well. Yeah. But that was like that was like six months later. So cows Busey was the one that after that. I said, oh, I'm going to stop eating red meat. And I remember making this YouTube video and saying I'm gonna I'm gonna stop eating red meat for the planet because of this. And I even said in the video, don't worry. I'm not going to go. Italian. Look at me. No. Then then I kind of went on this journey of souls ethical meat. But then I personally couldn't find meat which I believe it was Africa. Yeah. So now, it's like, I'm not gonna eat me. Okay. Veggie?.

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"zana" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"zana" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"One is I want you back in the other is I really happy when I can't think about you anymore. Just right. Well, I mean, it's tough for us. That knew we all I think I got married as many as times as I did I was trying to you know, like recreate to my parents and guidance Zana, and they were together until Susannah died. It wasn't linear. And it wasn't perfect. They were separated for while. Dublin blues guesses about that period until later song, by my standards, most of the stuff on on this album is older stuff. And so some people I don't I didn't record the Cape. But didn't record a lot of stuff on the later records some stuff I did. But I was more connected to earlier stuff. So it's heavily weighted towards earlier stuff. And and it's already sixteen. Songs? It's an incredible body of work. This man sits a lot of great San's. But the song, you know, it's tough because it's a little personal so little if you don't know it's related to your life. And that's the Mark of a great song. It's tougher for us that knew them. Tennis down. I'm saying because we kind of I have trouble believing. It's about me. It's guys. There's a beauty in the in the way the song works China by by using one song time to get into the the songwriting genius. That you find that attracts you to him one thing that you said and I find true too. When a song becomes universal. It's tooted writer, but to the listener, you can take right what and what you need and what you want out of song. That's the job, jobs empathy. People don't care about what happens to you. They care about what happens to you that they can relate to learn that a long time ago. I think when I was doing it because guy did it. But he'd never told me that I needed to do in towns never told me they need to they did it. But when I was playing benefit with giant cash, and John louder milk and Waylon Jennings and people were there, and we were sitting around talking and cash said I like that song. Of years Little Rock and roller. And I was just Johnny cash on my song. So after walking around about four or five feet off the ground from several days. I got back on the bus. And if you weeks later truckstop somewhere and truckdriver walked to me said man, I like that song as Little Rock and roller in the light went on. They both related to the song. But they both related to it because they both traveled for living, and they both have kids. That's nobody was big diesel cares ups and things. Yeah. Nobody cares that you feel sorry for yourself because you're riding around on a bus it costs more of house. It's the stuff that you have in common. It's the stuff of that every day makes everybody hurt against respond to do you have people coming up to you who are your guy Clark to the way you were. I don't know that it's intense. It was because for one thing we were all part of a salon that existed for a brief period of time in national. I just happened to get there. Inmates were in charge of the asylum. When I got there in that window closed very quickly. And I'll I was maybe the last person that arrived benefited from him grinding and kind of the same class and Roddy, and I have a lot come we discovered. Recently, we were both at the same Beatles concert in nine hundred. Houston Houston, the afternoon show it to Houston Coliseum. I was ten and he was like thirteen or fourteen but. Right. I mean, that's the Bill. We have he was he was sitting in pretty good seats. I understood I was it didn't matter you can hear..

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"zana" Discussed on Startups For the Rest of Us

Startups For the Rest of Us

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"zana" Discussed on Startups For the Rest of Us

"But if the customers that you have love it so much over the other things that they've tried than that word of mouth is really going to drive a lot of revenue for new customers in. I don't know how easy it is to recognize that that. That's what's actually going on. But I have seen that happen. And you know, there's certain products I've recommended where you look around. And you don't see a lot of marketing for them. But you've recommended them a lot to other people or other people have recommended those products to you. And it's just it's easy to see when those things are actually working yet. When when you're in a mature market and the number one player is big, but everybody hates using it. That's when word of mouth is huge because you will be you'll become the thing that we're all talking about on our podcast at conferences on our blogs. Think of gusto against then payroll when it came out think of stripe came up a ton of it was word of mouth Zana fits, right? Which is it's basically like it's like gusto, but for health insurance in in other benefits, drip, had a really strong word of mouth in the early days. You know, there's there's others give another example read it read as we wrap up, but word of mouth is something that's really hard to generate in general, and it can be a cop out when people don't know how they actually grew often hear founder CEOs this word of mouth in. It's like. I don't think it really was word of mouth, you know, you just don't really know you don't track your metrics. But in this case, like mature market where you have this reviled. Number one player. I think getting in their building a better product better pricing, better sales model can really lead to word of mouth in and some good stuff. And the other thing that I'll mention about marketing in a space like this is you can take the perch of being the underdog, right? It's easy to market against big is when you can basically talk about being the anti them. So Salesforce had their interest early days. No software where they had the the circle with the red line through it. And it said software in it because they were saying no on premise software. No, massive installation server, footprints and stuff. We are just this thing in the cloud. You know? So they were you know, anti-software less accounting was kind of the anti QuickBooks. Right. I don't know that they mentioned QuickBooks name. But I remember one of their headlines was about all accounting software. Socks are sucks less. You know? I mean, it was it was like a good. It was a really. Posting approach to drip was the not infusion soft. What was my headline lightweight marketing automation that doesn't suck because I was implying that most marketing automation software sucks listed, the Marquette os in the L acquires in the infusion soft that are just not fun to use. And they're not fun to be sold because sales model sucks and the really expensive. And here's all the reasons that you don't like them. And here's why we're the opposite of all of that. So if you're going to enter this market embrace once again, you know, embrace the market leaders strength and turn it into their weaknesses. I think it's is it jujitsu where if you're Ponant is really strong, and he swings base year. She swings. You do a pair. And you let their momentum carry them Sproule. And that's a big part of I think marketing against these really big players in stabbed markets is what is their strength can be turned against them. As the biggest weakness. I feel like we've we've covered this topic. Pretty well. I think they'll one last thing I'll say is we've given a ton of examples of people. Doing this talked about stripe. Gusto Zana fits drip, a few others. The one other example, I think that's doing a good job of it today is super human. And it's that Email client that they changed the sales model. They've actually done from no touch the opposite direction on boarding every person individually their product from what I've heard is easier to use. It's amazing their marketing is obviously, you know, they're doing a good job with it. Now their prices interesting because they're more expensive than any other ESP..

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Las Vegas, Greg Zana and Stephen Paddock discussed on ATN

ATN

01:28 min | 4 years ago

Las Vegas, Greg Zana and Stephen Paddock discussed on ATN

"Monday marks the anniversary of the Las Vegas shooting. That was the single deadliest mass shooting in modern American history. Stephen paddock opened fire from a window of the Mandalay casino as people below attended a country music festival. Fifty eight people were killed and hundreds more were injured on Friday. Greg Zana's began at placing crosses at the welcome to Las Vegas sign. Each one with the name of a victim killed that night. A year as a really

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Intel CEO resigns after relationship with employee

Bloomberg Surveillance

02:34 min | 4 years ago

Intel CEO resigns after relationship with employee

"Interim chief executive that's all we've got right now but intel looking ceo brian chrysanthemum resigning his position and bob swan has been named the interim ceo so we're going to be spending some time trying to find out more details about why brian has resigned and there's another headline out pem go for it cruise had a pass consensual relationship with an employee ouch there it is it is a press release here are the bloomberg headlines catching up we're going lights you're trying to get on front of the a press release beneath the headline of the resignation of mr zana second quarter revenue and non gap earnings to exceed prior guidance two thousand eighteen to be another record year so they get the business out of the way he was told me they're they're a little bit more than five years and bob swan is the named the interim ceo he is the current chief financial officer and given the distinction in paragraph two is a consensual relationship in the tone here is no big deal except it says a non fraternization policy comma which applies to all managers cured and that seems to be the distinctions we move forward david wilson what does the intel stock doing right now you know it's interesting intel fell immediately after the headline started coming out it since bounce back which may have to do that outlook you mentioned and at the mall the shares are actually up one and a half percent so people like and what they're seeing close out and get your complete stock report the intel board quote has a robust succession planning process in place and has begun a search for a permanent ceo so mr swan taking over as interim interim ceo while they get to work david let's let's move on to what you lead with today are you comcast disney fox free today or are you actually got three companies in the five hundred report earnings since late yesterday all the results while received with micron technology since we're talking about chips the shares are up four percents in early trading it's the most active stock the memory chipmakers earnings and sales forecast for the fiscal fourth quarter beat analysts average estimates in a bloomberg survey the outlook reflects growing demand for chips used in mobile devices.

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