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Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar

Slate's Culture Gabfest

02:08 min | 2 months ago

Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar

"Me to talk about barbara star. Is rachel sign a staff writer for the new yorker. Hey rachel her so thanks for joining me for this one. I really was excited to talk about this one with you because you wrote something about it a little view in appreciation of it for the new yorker that i really love and i felt really tapped into some of the things that are special about this movie. I'm going to read a tiny bit of it back to you. Maybe that can inspire conversation so this comes early in what you're writing about it when you talk about the transition from what i would think of as the setup the first twenty minutes or so where we beat barbara starr in their hometown of soft rot nebraska and how it then it then transitions to town of title of vista del. Mar in florida. And so you're right. There solid jokes from the get-go but it's not clear right away. What the movie is up to our. Wigan molo denizens of los angeles where they first met as part of the l. Sketch comedy troupe. The groundlings taking the piss out of flyover over forties then skipping ahead of bit is talking about the the that transition you say but as barbara starr unfolds. It's quirky heroines fuel. Less and less like stand ins for certain kind of tj maxx shopper. Instead the film goes for something far more specific and silly loving often lovely. Where so many comedies are either retreads old ideas or feel designed by committee to hit newsy talking points. Barbara starr is the rare film. That feels sue generous in both conceit an execution barbara starr or such finely drawn characters that they could be nobody else but themselves so that really spoke to me and exactly what i love about this movie and this was going to frame it to you. Is that this movie gets compared a lot to bridesmaids which of course was written by the the co writers and co stars of this movie and malone christian wig and another movie that sprung to mind was spy which is this wild sort of a spoof of james bond films. That's also a female friendship bonding movie with incredible performances by melissa mccarthy and rose byrne i love both bridesmaids an spy but i found this movie far more original than either one and in a way more exciting i mean i can see why bridesmaids changed comedy history. It's an important movie. it's still a very funny movie. But this sui generis quality that you point to i think is is so much more vibrant in this movie which really could only have come out of the imaginations of these two women who are friends in real

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London And Surrounding Areas Restarting Lockdowns Due To Coronavirus Mutating

Monocle 24: The Briefing

07:45 min | 6 months ago

London And Surrounding Areas Restarting Lockdowns Due To Coronavirus Mutating

"And parts of essex and hot fanfare are hours away from returning to the highest level of covid nineteen restrictions following an alarming spike of cases in the capital pubs restaurants and other indoor entertainment. Venues will close once more. The latest surge has been ascribed to a new variant of the corona virus which appears to be growing more rapidly than previously for the moment however the uk's government says it has no plans to review the curious christmas truce. It appears to think it has negotiated with the virus. While i'm joined with more on this boy monocle. Twenty four health and science correspondent dr. Chris smith also a virologist at cambridge university chris. This the idea that there's a new strain of covid nineteen sounds like the very definition of the absolute last thing. We want to hear at this point. How grim news is this to be quite honest with you. I'm not alarmed. I'm not surprised. And i'm actually quite reassured and explain all those things ovar mutate because they're based on the same genetic code is running in pretty much will life on earth then the same mechanisms that lead to life evolving and changing apply viruses. And so as they go through their hosts they would evolve and change and corona virus is no exception. That's exactly what's happened to you. Therefore we would anticipate that we would see different strains and different emerging and indeed. This is not the first time it has happened. We've seen happened early. On in the pandemic in china we've seen it happen and disclosed various different forms of the viruses spread across the world and in europe they documented some of the same changes are now being seen in this new variant in the south east of england. So this is not altogether new in terms of concept and is not altogether new in terms of variant. This being disclosed. We're reassured by matt. Hancock saying yesterday house commons the the. Don't think although they are confirming that this will lead to the virus sidestepping the effects of a vaccine. We don't think it makes people who catch it for ill. It just may be transmits a bit better. Although that speculation on airpods that they're they're saying it might be linked to an increasing cases in the southeast england in terms of course load but don't know for sure if we're going to try to be exceptionally optimistic about this. Is there any possibility that the reason the viruses having to mutate to survive is there an indication that perhaps that means we've got it on the run will certainly when you apply pressure to a virus and by pressure. I mean for instance putting a vaccine into a population so you create an immune barrier or you put in place public health measures. You are forcing the virus to change to optimize to those new conditions. Because that's why things evolve in the first place. They're responding to selective pressure from their environment. And we know we do this to the flu. We know this happens with hiv. When we give people hiv drugs for example then the virus that grows in them is the only one that can bypass the blockade of drug. And that's why we use multiple drugs at wants to minimize the chance. The happening so the concept is common. Well understood so yes. It is. Theoretical possibility that by applying pressure to the virus. We are forcing it to become more infectious so that despite robbing it of opportunities to transmit it can still continue to transmit given the does appear to have become more infectious in the capital. However does it make the proposed relaxation of restrictions around christmas. Look even more. Ill advised than they might have. Well we don't know it has become more infectious in the capital. We know we've got more cases same in the east and southeast of england essex positive of cheer kent. They've seen big increases in numbers of the trend is in an upward direction. Which is why caution. Reproach has been taken in the uk by moving. Probably the best part of eleven million people who live in those territories into a so-called tier three situation to apply more pressure to the virus. The idea i think is this is anticipating the trend is going upwards where we are today is not where we're going to be tomorrow and so by bearing down on ahead of christmas when there's going to be this loosening effect where we got five days of reveling and Enhanced mixing the there are going to be more cases so if we start molo point and already have more control at the virus to start with them. We're going to end up finishing the low point than we otherwise would is or anything that the rest of the world should have learned from the united states. Experience we've thanksgiving because that was sort of a test run of what happens if all of a sudden millions of people travel by aircraft and by train and spend at least today in close quarters with households other than their own well. This is exactly what happened with chinese new year and when millions of people were mobilized to crush china to get together for the chinese new year this probably spawned even more cases because people traveled internationally for that event to so yes. History is full of examples of peop- of of Repeating itself and this is no exception. We are anticipating that. The mixing that goes on over christmas will lead to more cases. The question is how many more cases and how are we going to cope with them. So is there a good reason at least scientifically good reason. Why not just this government. But any government wouldn't just say to its people look seriously. Christmas is basically cancelled We are just going to have to suck this up for a few more months. We do have a vaccine to look forward to. We do have a restoration of normality to look forward to. We might maybe think about throwing in an extra couple of bank holidays around. June but christmas is basically not going to happen. Will the president of the royal college of emergency medicine was asked this very question on bbc. Radio four's pm program. Yesterday an her answer was. Are you asking me. This is a doctor or as you asking me this as human and actually you get a very different also because the doctor slash the infection control person is going to say which just council everything we should imprison. Everybody break the chain of transmission bear down on the virus but the human element of this is people need something to look forward to. Morale is incredibly important. And if you rob people away of the one thing. They've looked forward to in. What is the end of a very dismal year than this will probably translate into poor compliance in the long term. it will probably therefore translate into in the long-term more cases more headaches more problems and ultimately more casualties from are so. I think the government have of compromise. Here the trying to go for a controlled christmas. Where if you allow people some flexibility you know that most people will be responsible. You hope that they are. You're willing to tolerate some degree of of letting your hair down because you know that in a noncompliant christmas where you'd said don't do this and if on breaks the rules anyway he's probably going to be a higher price to pay in the long term. I think that's really the equation that they've done. Well let's look finally at the progress of that vaccine which is now being rolled out in united kingdom and again it's a question of government messaging. Does it strike you. As a missed opportunity that there is a website with a rolling hourly update of how many people have now been vaccinated. Well the numbers are not that high yet You see numbers like yesterday. They did three hundred people or four hundred people in this hospital and that hospital. And when you see that there's this peak of mount everest which is sixty eight million people in the uk high eight billion people on earth. Hide one what. You wanna do When you knock a few hundred off that is not much. And so. I think maybe that's coming may be there. There is that opportunity in the future but for now. It probably wouldn't be a big demonstrable difference

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Boston - About 20% Of All Massachusetts Restaurants Have Closed For Good Due To Pandemic, Association Says

WBZ Morning News

00:55 sec | 9 months ago

Boston - About 20% Of All Massachusetts Restaurants Have Closed For Good Due To Pandemic, Association Says

"Virus pandemic has taken a massive bite out of the restaurant industry. That's no secret. It remains to be seen what the future holds this fall. Details now from W. B. C. TV's Luisa Moola dining al fresco is still in full swing in the north end. But behind the buzz of patrons enjoying the sunshine, there are a slew of restaurants that may never open again. That's like two Yuras in the child off some of the fried. A roly family shattered Il Molo in March and still can't open it now because the bar makes up about 20% of the restaurant's capacity. You're not alone are estimates are that are down. 3600 of the 16,000 restaurants that existed in Massachusetts about my first have not reopened since the pandemic. A star Internet amounts to about one in five restaurants in Massachusetts, closed due to covert 19. That's according to the Massachusetts Restaurant Association with summer

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Backchat 4 - burst 1

Women Making Waves Podcast

01:58 min | 1 year ago

Backchat 4 - burst 1

"Suzy's. Do you think? This really say this in ten years time or even less. Maybe that will be celebrating the great lockdown of twenty twenty. By maybe eating tens of pins and things like that. And basically not having any supplies in the hose, using no toilet roll, of course, just generally speaking to everybody on zoom which by then. Will have moved onto something else, but you know we'll all launch zoom again. Molo looked back on the good old days of lockdown. I can see it now. Lockdown Revival. We have to dress to on the twenty third of Mar. Jhansi dressed stone. You don't dress up for look at your dress down. In our pajamas and does that mean to say that? We don't have to show for a week before, so we get really in preparation. And we make up nor hair longer as well. Day Oh, there's a lot of prep for this. Revival look down. WAKES WILL! Angle. Yes seventies wikileaks we'll have. You look done week. Yes yes, you. Hear this lot. We said about that isn't that? We can read on stories as well that we wrote. Have you written a dairy? Linda No of course I haven't this'll be my diarrhea. So have you been keeping down? No To be thinking about. Guilty there. No No, no, no! No having I've often wondered what it'd be like to write a diary and I've always wanted to I could never get myself sorted. It never happened. Have you ever been Dr Darst Oh? Yeah, when? Nature Tabby by can really bring myself to look those diaries anymore. This is so embarrassing

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Apricots and Cucamelons

Plantrama

06:28 min | 1 year ago

Apricots and Cucamelons

"Going to start out with what's for dinner with to like really wacky things I write these are wacky. What's for dinner items? And the first one is unripe apricots. Yes I wish everybody could see the face that C. L. is making right now unripe. Apricots are almost as interesting as ripe apricot. I would say I look forward to them even more. You can do things with them. That are unexpected and unexpectedly delicious. Anybody who has an apricot tree knows that when that green fruit forms if forms in great abundance I mean the branches get so heavy they practically pull down to the ground so you have to get in there and prune out some of that fruit remove some of that fruit in order for the tree to be able to ripen. What's left and then you've got all these green apricots and you're thinking. Well what do I do? It seems like such a horrible waste and there are two things that you can do with them. That are very tasty. The first is that you can make a really good pickle out of a green apricot. I advise you to cut the apricot and half I dig out that seed and then do the pickle. You don't have to but it makes it easier to eat. Once you've finished pickling but the real reason I love unripe. Apricots is because you can make the most delicious. Looker out of them. I can't even. It tastes vaguely like apricots. But it's not fully developed with the sweetness if you've ever had you may shoe. Which is the Japanese liqueur. Made from unripe plums that particular plum is very closely related to the Apricot? And that's the best description of this flavor that I can give you. I look forward to making it every year and I tell you it's just it. I'm speechless that good. Well well regain your voice for a minute because I have a question and that is how big are these apricots when you take them off the tree house. Big AN UNRIPE APRICOT. Are we talking about? We are talking about between an inch an inch and a half and what you do. Is You take a needle and you poke holes in each apricot and I know that sounds like a lot of work but it is absolutely worth it and then you stick it in a jar with vodka and you let it sit there for you know I forget six weeks or something and then you it off and you combine it with a just a very little bit of simple Syrup and it is refreshing alcoholic sweet tart delicious on its own used as a cocktail mixer. I will bring you some the next time I see you. And it's a precious liquid. So that tells you how much I love. You absolutely can hardly wait. Now Tell me could you do the same with unripe peaches because I know a lot of people who have peach trees that need their fruit thinned for the same reason you probably could? I'm sure the flavor would be a little bit different and I don't know I've never done it with peaches. I don't have access to unripe peaches but I do know that peach leaves. I've made peach leaf wine and liquor before they give you a nice almond flavor. So I think it's worth trying now. I have to find somebody with a peach tree and recommend that their fruit needs thinning. Oh and by the way. I'll take the fruit. I'll dispose of that for you. No EXTRA CHARGE. Well in terms of Wacky. Let's talk about the Cuba Mellon because this is an heirloom vegetable. I guess you'd call it. Yeah that is so cute and it is so sweet as well. I am by sweet. I mean charming in the way that it grows not Sweden flavor the Q. It's also called Mexican. Sour Gherkins or mouse melons or miniature watermelons Mexican sour cucumber. There's a million names but basically they look like teeny tiny watermelons. And if you've got kids you've got to grow this. Vine because kids are charmed by these little cooper melons and they taste like cucumbers. They're a wonderful cocktail garnish. They are cute in a salad. You can pickle them any number of ways that you can use coupon Mellon. I Love Cuba melons and the first time I had them. I did not realize that they were related to a wild edible so tell me the genus and species of the Mellon Molo three escape okay. So mellow three is the genus and MOLO THREE OF PENDULUM. A slightly different species is the creeping cucumber that you can forage for and very restricted parts of this country. You find it mostly in Florida a little bit. Maybe in Texas Louisiana Alabama and it looks almost exactly like the Kuka melon. It doesn't have the quite the pretty variegation on it. But it's very similar in flavor and in growth habit and I didn't realize until just now when you said mouse melon that it was a close relative of this forage -able plant so I love that. I learned something excellent excellent. Well I I WANNA give people a little clue about planting this because this in many parts of the country you see. You are planting this now but if you haven't planted yet and you think oh. I'm going to have to wait till next year. No you aren't. You can go ahead and plant this. In fact being a heat loving plant it's could not to put seeds in the ground too early so you can still have time to grow this plant the vines get to be about five or six feet tall so very good in a small for a small trellis or how where we grow them. Is We have a fence to keep the Bundy's out of a certain section of our vegetable garden we call it the bunny been and we grow Q. Milnes on the outside of the bunny been and as I say. The little tiny yellow flowers are just adorable and the vines are at the right height so that children can pick those little cucumber like fruits and they look like miniature watermelons and you'll just have so much fun with this plant

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Coronavirus: How the Outbreak is Changing Global Politics

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

08:27 min | 1 year ago

Coronavirus: How the Outbreak is Changing Global Politics

"On December thirty first Chinese authorities alerted the World Health Organization to a weed strain of pneumonia in. Wuhan seven weeks later. An international rugby match was called off in Dublin. As this edition of the foreign desk goes to Eh. The Corona Virus Cova nineteen has been detected in more than fifty countries. At least eighty thousand. People have been infected of whom nearly three thousand have died the majority in China. It is likely of the not that all those numbers will rise significantly. It is a serious situation and countermeasures. Worldwide have been robust flight suspensions travel restrictions closures of schools and other institutions cancellations and postponements various events even quarantining of entire cities and regions. There has also been an economic impact measurable in Stock Market Losses. The political impact may take longer to become clear and will depend a great deal on how different governments respond. What have we learned so far about what works? And what doesn't how where he should nations and businesses be of overreaction and is it arguable that a world in which information travels faster than any disease is actually pretty well equipped to cope. This is the foreign desk. The nightmare scenario for the Chinese. His party is that the rest of the world manage to contain the virus whereas China that poop tenderly be seen as a no-go situation for the of China but this stage one has to keep a sense of proportion in mind every year. The flu claims about three quarters of a million lives. We're nowhere near that level of mortality with this yet so one has to keep inside a sense of proportionate and panic. Think it's a shame to think that the world is not helping around at the moment and is keeping sanctions on because that country as well as some others do need an absolute amount of help brought now. I think one of the biggest things which are Ronald face gang for just the fact that they're deputy health minister was going on television interviewing the people and clearly spreading around for some time when he seemed visibly sick the virus and that I think will have massive repercussions in the country because it's quite visible expression of government. Failing its task. You're listening to the foreign desk with me Andrew Molo. We'll start where this outbreak did in China. Well joining me now. Steve Chang Director of the China institute at US Steve. We know that getting reliable information out of China any circumstances he's not always a straightforward but as far as we know now how cooperative have people in China bean in those areas of the country. That have been more or less locked down well. In general terms. People are cooperating. You do have the ones who would scale. Dong a high rise building in order to escape the quarantine and you also have police. Training reviews being released that Bush showed that they will catch up with all force required. And that kind of intimidate a bit and the fact that they are putting conjul media up shows that they are concerned about people not cooperating but by notch people are cooperating because a situation like this like any great national crisis is a test of many things but one of the things that does test is the degree to which the people trust or otherwise the government of the state institutions the media at a moment. Like this how confident do you think? Most Chinese people will be the. They're being told the truth about what is going on. I think very few Charlie's belief that they are being told the truth but then they have we very little other options they have to work with the authorities because they are frightened and therefore even though they do not fully trust the government in terms of these statistics they will have to work with the government in terms of the effective measures to contain the virus. Do you think the Communist Party has any reason to fear that that lack of trust might be accelerated or magnified to a for them dangerous degree by this crisis. I know the comparison has already been made the way disaster like Chernobyl accelerated the demise of the Soviet Union because the one thing all authoritarian systems. Fear of things. I can't control. Oh you're absolutely right stare. And therefore the top Perotti of the Chinese government is in fact control often narrative of how the virus is being managed and manage effectively and well and he roic. -Ly do you get the sense that they're almost trying to turn the response into an advertisement for the Chinese system? I mean quite early on. We saw those somewhat dubious claims of a hospital being built in a week in John. Well they started he do that. I mean again if you look. At the composition of the top level leadership group in charge of conquering. The virus is a committee of night. People off which only one has responsibility for public health one for the economy? The rest are for either propaganda or state security. That shows kind of party now. They did build the two hospitals within ten days. What they do not show is that. Since the hospitals have been completed they have not been fully. You just packed up. Those hospitals are simply not use and makeshift hospitals are being used instead. Now that is not being shown in the official news. Release so from where we are. Now what do you think the Chinese Communist? Party's idea of a nightmare would be. What is the one thing that they're most afraid of? Well the absolute nightmare scenario for the Chinese Communist Party is that the rest of the world managed to contain the virus way s China cannot now that really would be absolutely the nightmare scenario that potentially be seen as a tra- noble situation for the Communist Party of China but luckily for them Detroit instead China will be the only country that cannot contain the virus and the rest of the world can is not a particularly like the scenario. Is there a case that the world is reacting? Perhaps even overreacting to this in a way that the world would not had a virus like this originated somewhere other than China that we would be regarding this entirely differently if the point of outbreak was Canada Role Belgium. I think we have to bear in mind that the virus is a kind of nearly natural problem that can arise from any country on dislocation arise from China because of the perhaps the existence of life market. But it could have developed anywhere. What really turned this major grave? Public Health Challenge into a crisis was the lockdown off a major city lie. Want a city of eleven million after nearly half of the population had already left. Now that's what caused a panic in China as a whole and make it politically impossible for any other major governments notch to extract citizens from one and therefore we get into a mindset. That is going to be a major. Now you've dividers had developed in a country like Canada as you say a democratic country with a relatively high degree of transparency. Then I think people will have a more measured response by the Canadian government gin with and therefore a more message respond by other governments thinking that they can trust Canadians government's words and deeds in how they are dealing with it. We don't trust Chinese government. And therefore we overreact.

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'Insulin or death': With prices skyrocketing, diabetes patients navigate obstacles to obtain lifesaving medicine

Short Wave

02:28 min | 1 year ago

'Insulin or death': With prices skyrocketing, diabetes patients navigate obstacles to obtain lifesaving medicine

"We're GonNa talk about a disease. That's touching the lives of more and more people around the world diabetes. That's right diabetes super common in the United States affecting nearly only ten percent of the population. I saw a close with my own grandfather. I watched him prick his finger. Measure blood sugar level. But I didn't really really grasp diabetes as a global issue until I met John. Peter Molo into nine years old and I live in Tanzania so John Peter here is a lab technologist at a hospital in Tanzania and he's been living with type one diabetes since he was fifteen years old right so type. One diabetes is when your body doesn't produce insulin excellent at all and type two diabetes is when Your Body resists insulin or does it make enough of it. Yes insulin. It's really important for regulating blood. Sugar in the body and as a person with type one diabetes John. Peter Relies on injections of insulin. To stay healthy he gives himself four shots a day. And it's been really tough to uphold this thirteen in Tanzania many of the necessities that we are supposed to have I not there so we have to struggle is very expensive important word here. Is Necessity a type one diabetic within a few days or weeks will die without insulin treatment and globally. Nobly half of people that need insulin do not have regular access to it so John. Peter Remembers when he was younger sharing one vial of insulin with his cousin and so it was one vial to people. Insulin rationing like this. It's common worldwide but really dangerous. And it's not just an access issue but a cost issue to insulin particularly long acting. Insulin is so expensive in Tanzania that John Peter Gets his supply from Kenya to save money by them from the other country. Oh my gosh you go to great lengths to get this medicine. Yes and I know their the issues with insulin here to the United States having to do with high prices right yes. We could do an entire episode on that actually but today I I want to look at the global market because this past November the World Health Organization made an exciting announcement a program to expand access to insulin. Insulin in low and middle income countries especially where diabetes rates are actually increasing the most rapidly yes and to do it. The issued

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Capitalism In The Courtroom

Planet Money

06:14 min | 1 year ago

Capitalism In The Courtroom

"At the time. John Molo left Georgetown. There were basically three options to pay for a lawsuit one. You could try to convince a lawyer to do it. Pro Bono to you could pay for it yourself or three contingency where the lawyer represents issue for free upfront but if you win he gets a percentage John is looking at a fourth option something that stemmed from his days as a tax lawyer when he'd worked with bankers who were trying to manage financial risks he had started to see his work as a lawyer in the same way as risk management commits whether you're hard by the plaintiff for by the defendant what you're really doing is managing risk if you look at a lawsuit in purely financial terms for the plaintiff a lawsuit is an asset of uncertain value right if you sue someone and you're seeking damages in financial terms that lawsuit is potentially the and upset and asset. You just don't know yet how much it's worth if you're representing a defending its its ally ability of uncertain value. If you're being sued by someone you might end up owning them money so as the defendant the lawsuit is a potential liability to be clear. He is not talking about criminal cases. He's talking about large. Commercial cases tried tried in civil courts. The upsides or downsides on either side of those cases is a big fat financial question mark or you're GonNa win a hundred million dollars so you know when fifty million dollars a year to win zero. That's a wide band of potential outcomes right and every lawsuit is a gamble on both sides. Every lawsuit is his risk. That's right if you're a lawyer doing a civil case on contingency right. You took it for free and you only get money if they win. You're not only lawyering. You're also constantly hedging your bets like how can I get the most justice which in those cases justices money in the least amount of time all of this financial financial analysis drives all kinds of lawyerly decisions like should I do more depositions. Should I file that motion or not job used to manage the risk and try to maximize or minimize the value the acid reliability there are of course people whose entire jobs are pricing and funding risks investors so John starts looking at this thing that at the time people are mostly only doing in Australia and the UK. It's called litigation food financing where a third party funder invests money in a lawsuit. If the lawsuit wins the thunder gets a cut. If it loses they get nothing so the funder undertakes the financial risk and while the funder funds the lawyer can just lawyer but in the late two thousands as John is thinking about all of this. This was still a pretty new idea in the United States my Stein. It's talked to me about this. She is a law professor at the University of Iowa. When you went to law school was litigation funding a thing that was discussed. No when I was in law school litigation finance did not exist at aw and why didn't it exists it well until about ten years ago in this country. It was generally understood good that it's a prohibited practice under an ancient doctrine. That's called champion. Champi the legal term for if you are not say hey the plaintiff defendant or lawyer a lawsuit. If you're not directly part of that lawsuit you cannot benefit financially from it. Champigny laws hearken back back to the unscrupulous lords and ladies of the Middle Ages in feudal England lords who had disputes with each other land disputes another disputes would harass each other by funding their underlings claims basically lords who don't like each other funding lawsuits against steetch other for petty reasons basically judicial harassment and medieval judges eventually got tired of this so they gave it a silly name Champi and they outlawed it and so this doctrine emerged in order to essentially protect the court system from being used for goals that it was not intended to you from henceforth only people with an actual stake in a lawsuit can benefit from it of course. We're not in futile England anymore so we can certainly question whether the reasoning still applies. I mean we do get to use running water toilets so there have been some advances since then and a little thing called democracy. Oh that great in democratic societies one basic rate is the right to access the court system are dispute should be resolved based on our legal rights as opposed to whether you have more money than me. This is the same problem that that lawyer John Molo had been mulling over. What do commoner's like you and me do if we have a legitimate lawsuit but we don't have money and he thinks you know what charity is outdated third party? Investing will give more people access to the courts in fact he thinks investing in lawsuits is the market solution he has been in looking for and John. Timing is very good because by the time he's looking at this in the late two thousands Australia and the UK have started to allow third party investments in the United States the law's vary state by state so there might be states where they can invest in lawsuits if they write the contract just right so john decided to test the waters he and another lawyer named Chris Bogart started a company to fund lawsuits in exchange range for a cut of whatever they win. This was two thousand nine and we partnered up and raised money actually raised the money at the the depth of the last financial crisis. Chris and John are buying their best litigation funding friends bracelets at the height of the financial crisis but good good news for them as markets fall lawsuits tend to rise so the recession that has tanked so many businesses is very good for

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How to Stay Sharp As You Age

The Naked Scientists

03:59 min | 2 years ago

How to Stay Sharp As You Age

"Were often council that we should use it or lose it, particularly when it comes to keeping your mind sharp when you got a bit older, they're saying abounding crossword day keeps dementia bay, but are they actually true. A new study out in the British medical journal says not is colleges. Duncan astle. No. He wasn't involved in this study directly, but he does work on similar research projects Cambridge University, and he's been taking the findings Forrest welcome to the program Duncan. So first of all who's done. This study has been done by a group in Aberdeen led by Rodger stuff institute Medical Sciences with his colleagues, and what would they seek into find out why they recruited a group of sixty four year olds. And then they followed those individuals over the next fifteen years. Seeing each person five times each within that time period. And each time we saw them they measured different cognitive skills, like short term, memory and attention skills. And they also conducted a questionnaire, which they called the intellectual engagement questionnaire. Ask questions about in do you enjoy reading do you enjoy problem solving crosswords? Are you curious to you want to learn about new things like social media? And what they wanted to explore was how the relationship between these two different types of measures changes over that fifteen year period. And does this give them the power critically to control for people who start off from a good point? Because if taking the idea that if I do loss across words, this will defer dementia if I'm starting from a high point, then another person, it may just be that. I was always good at doing crosswords, and I'll just keep doing crosswords, and I have a low risk of dementia anyway versus someone who doesn't do many crosswords starts Molo point, the dementias manifest more, obviously soon. So that's very good questions, the parental. No problem with studying cognitive aging is that it takes a very long time to study it. And so you often end up studying people over relatively short periods of times to fifteen years sounds like a long time. But of course, in within the span, even that's short period of time. But there's something very special about these individuals and that all of them took part in a study in nineteen forty seven when they were all eleven years old. And as part of that study they conducted a cognitive assessment. So they had this very good baseline of cognitive ability from many years before the study even started what they initially hoped to see was that the trajectory of decline in the cognitive skills would be altered by the degree of intellectual engagement from the question as those people who are more intellectually engaged much reduced decline in cognitive skills as they get older. But what they found actually wasn't that the response on the questionnaire moderate the rate of decline they just found that people who were more intellectually engaged had better. A cognitive skills. Overall and everybody declines at roughly the same rate. Right. So the whole idea of use it or lose it is therefore it's a myth. It's not gonna work that way. It's not so much that it's a myth. It's the myth part. I guess is is about the trajectory. So what this study and some other previous have shown is that essentially what predicts good cognitive health in older age is good cognitive health throughout the lifespan, essentially, these people start off further from some kind of functional threshold so they have to drop before they start experiencing cognitive difficulties. Does this mean, then if you've reached old age, and and you've never been that Sharpe's tool in the draw is too late. Or are you saying actually you gotta make the most of what you have got. I think you probably have to make the most of what you have gone. So it's very hard to demonstrate that doing cross wasn't. So on will cause you to have better cognitive health. But it certainly can't hurt. But we do know that there are lots of other. Factors that are very good predictors of cognitive, health and odor ageing difference. Having good cardiovascular health is a great producer of having good cognitive health. So lead healthy life from the get-go. This have the best likelihood of preserving your intellect into old age line.

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"molo" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"molo" Discussed on WLAC

"And then it started getting closer and closer to their car. And then this thing basically stopped at a place called white pond in New York, and it it flew over their car, and it costs static on the radio. So there was electromagnet magnetic disturbance as it parked itself. Over the frozen lake. It made a one hundred and eighty degree flat. Turn and started flashing these multicolored lights, and you could see the reflection on the ice Molo. So they're Wedgewood lost. The blues would grow off the greens would go off the yellows would gloss. But you're wasn't haphazard. It was in sequence. There was a plan to it. There was an intelligence behind it. She also said that she could see tubes pipes and cylinders on the bottom of it, George, and then she said that she could see what looked like h HVAC vents on the bottom of this craft is well like these industrial Vince, our great work on the bottom of the craft. So I just asked the question are we looking at an alien spacecraft here. These things make electrical humming noise, they make an electro magnetic disturbance have multicolored flashing lights. They have been some of the bottom. They have pipes and cylinders on the bottom. Something's going on here. Something someone's trying to sell us a Bill, Jordan. Instead of me telling you, let me teach you with what Monique said herself. So sure Mark March seventeenth nineteen Eighty-three her sighting took place, February twenty six nine hundred eighty three. This is what she said, quote, something that size if it had been in an airplane. It would shake your windows out. I could see the underbelly park. It's solid. It had metal type work like cross beams in tubular things hanging down here. And there I was so close I could have thrown a ball and hit. So here's her direct description. Now, that's not the only one there's multiple other eyewitnesses you describe the same tubes pipes and cylinders just like the to Connex state Parkway, just like the Sabanilla, my flying triangle, even Phoenix lights craft people reported the same two types in cylinders George. What's the propulsion for these Michael? I believe charged that case from nineteen ninety five in Madison, Wisconsin were black triangle, flew over. And he said that the bottom of a church looked like a backup a refrigerator with these condensation pipes that ran back and forth. And I've been thinking, George, what is the purpose of these types. There must be a reason for them. I'm thinking George that it is a liquid neutral liquid nitrogen cooling agent to turn the whole bottom of it into a superconductor because they only become conductive when they're super chill down to minus two hundred seventy four degrees. Kelvin turning the whole thing into a superconductor which laws this thing to levitating. Is it a magnet? It's a it. It might be some type of a composite material. And this is exactly you're the right timeframe as well. So I think it it all adds up. We're looking at a manmade technology. We're not looking at an alien craft in this particular case that was thirty five years ago. Yeah. I know I know. Eric truck driving in Indiana. Hello, eric. Good. My control guy has everybody doing tonight my ears. Eric my ears. The volume down a little. Anyway, the question I have is these folks that work at area fifty one site for say hangar eighteen in the lesser known ones and the ones that fly all those super unconventional aircraft. How do these guys even get those jobs? Probably you can go apply for maybe they go and get them. What do you think? Michael. Well, if you're if you're a defense contractor, and you're really good at your job. They'll call you. You don't have to come to them. They know they know who you are. Oh, yeah. It's like it's like our business. You know, when you do your job and do it. Well, people find you. Sure. Absolutely. Absolutely. They do it again, Michael we're gonna take a quick breaking comeback with final phone calls for you. Michael shred, our special guest get up to our website coast to coast AM dot com and give it a try participate in his couple crossword puzzles he's giving out some prizes. If you can get it right now. Of course, he's a smart guy. He's looking for insiders probably from clunk works because the you folks would know the answer to some of those questions so give it a try and don't forget the wall. So like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, and we be back with.

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"molo" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

08:28 min | 3 years ago

"molo" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Today here's Sam Molo Greetings and salutations and all kinds of nice things. From Houston Texas, I'm Sam Malone an honor to fill in today fourth up boss day to in our studios on. The west side of Houston America's, greatest state I, get, to, do, the morning show on AM ten. Seventy the answer part of the. Salem radio, family and when we get the call you know it's like. Break the glass emergency let's go and fill in for Mike, hope all is well as, we enjoy the middle of the eighth month and there's a lot to cover. Today first of all you can actually go back to when I did. The show yesterday And we were commenting and, things that. Took place over the weekend and, this constant, barrage incredible effort by the hashtag. Corrupt media to just trash bash and destroy. This president is pretty much all they do I think at every meeting and every newsroom it's like okay. What are we, got the stories I only went stories but bash the president go And the rest of America is like really when you think about the. Things that we were inundated with Trump is a racist, Trump, is no good Nick because you? Had those schmucks out there all thirty of them With a little March, on Saturday and it. Was just an opportunity for the hashtag. Corrupt media to spend time bashing Trump Trump has, nothing to do with. These guys they got whatever but there were so many. People Trump's racist and he's he's not. A racist he's not you first of all America if you want to be in the racist. Club you gotta hate Jews I don't think there's any membership in any. Racist club you've gotta. Hate Jewish people right Trump, I sitting president with a orthodox Jewish. Daughter in an orthodox Jewish son-in-law in orthodox Jewish grandchildren the very first sitting president in history of America to have that income she loves his daughters he's. Stopped with the race it's you lose credibility among the educated but you hear like Trump's a racist and then Amer Amoroso because that's a role for cheese steaks films that was a short order cook in Philly AMRO so was it in the new, circuit yesterday and Trump is whatever and pushed. That whole thing that That was gold shares to small, nuggets of the interviews. That she did it just fell apart. But the bottom is the hashtag corrupt media had, somebody who was going. To diss on the present so it's clear that Clinton. Tables we've got somebody and it failed. And whatever it just keeps going on and on and then it'll be it'll be something different. Tomorrow and it'll be something different Friday and it'll be another negative hate-filled. Story about something that. May or may not have, member we played the clip from CBS. News yesterday about ama- Rozo and even the news anchor says unsubstantiated claims that Trump dropped the inward well then why you're saying if you can't prove it. Why is it in the news but that's their mission that's what they want to do every day And they think. That you know that's how they're, going to defeat Donald J Trump hashtag. Corrupt, media in no way shape or form is in, touch with real Americans they're not? They don't they don't. Smooth they don't mingle they don't hang out You know when Peter Struck, the FBI agent got fired me that quote about. I'm in. That WalMart. And it smells. Like Trump voters. Or something like that The hashtag crop media people they're not in the WalMart, and SAM's, clubs like you and I are they're not running out late to, get extra milk at your kids are slamming down milk and PBS and Jay Not. It's not their life it's not what they do so they're committed Hecker high water to just trash the president Go and find if you can a great story About America and we'll start with the economy Have you seen any stories recently How the economy is just cooking Like three eighteen engine on a seventy Plymouth duster first car ever on No Why because it would make the president look. Good they can't go to. Fact so they go to these speculative. Story, oh AMRO so may have or could have, heard have, you do you have it? Now I don't have it on. Me Trump's a racist no? But he could he may whatever Have, you seen one single strong story on like I. Said, we'll just start. On the economy Categories which is the economy when real Americans are working making real money and spending it on real things of which it trickles down to other people know why don't, you think that if Barack Hussein Obama could've just. Take the GDP up a fraction of Trump they would have been, chiseling at another Nobel prize it would have. Been plastered on headlines of dying newspapers across, America Obama saving, America one job at a time But they won't do it So it got me thinking on is, dinner. With my buddy? Don Don how. Are ya, EchoStar yeti. Area Michael safety, Eric, calm and he's like Sammy there's no good news out there about the economy and this is what's really pushing this, country, toward greatness on my yeah there is no news about it in the midterms are creeping up in their count them down on the TV news stations l., Lisa ninety days eighty days whatever the numbers and, it occurred to us that It's time for Donald J Trump to go primetime with the state of the union outside of January, when you have the official state of the union What do you think About Trump having a, state of, the union maybe six seven days, prior to the midterms Take over spread the news show them. Put it in their face now. I would also though out they don't do it live I'm a guy who, had produced, I'll I know off the cuff But Trump needs to brag and not on the social. Media platforms that he usually, does they're good, they're strong successful in most cases Trump. Is able to bypass the hashtag corrupt media with tweet and. Content and reach fifty sixty plus. Million by time it's retweeted reported I think it'd be a great idea for our president to take to. The airwaves. And take thirty. Minutes and look, ABC NBC CBS they may they may not care you I don't know I don't know if I was texting I. Quit I decay But. In his own words with. His own charge. In his own graph the president really needs to, do this The. Hashtag corrupt media, is doing everything humanly possible he good news of America off, the screen it's immoral it's unethical it's not illegal but certainly immoral unethical to take great news about real Americans their jobs starting back at Christmas time when the, corporate, tax rate was going to be cut and companies like AT and t. and Comcast and Southwest Airlines said hey we're. Start giving back and people are getting like, two, thousand dollar bonuses, and not a, single news station in Houston Texas Riley wanted. To cover the all like oh where we report what's going, on Houston nonsense baloney get it, and you won't and when the GDP was climbing? Up, and. Unemployment's coming down did anybody see. Families have say black, Hispanic families talking about how, great things are oh yeah so he's got, a job now thanks to President Trump It's time for our president to take the lead? On, economics. I on the economy I will. Get to other issues But I personally believe he needs to have. A state of the union on, his own produced not live taped ahead of time with graphics. And atomization lower thirds, as we say in the business And go, completely around promoted on social media and say this is where we are America and this is, what I inherited live it love it learn it you won't get. This from the hashtag corrupt media Get taping get rolling. Let's make it happen and, midterms, will be fantastic eight hundred. Six five five Mike jumped aboard let me know what, you, think. About it state, of the union October or if you if you want it the doctor gave me six seven eight days before the, midterms what are the Democrats have, to stand on crumbs said Nancy Pelosi when, real Americans, we able. To make car payments and rent payments and such I'm Sam Malone I'm in Houston Texas..

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"molo" Discussed on Shut Up & Sit Down

Shut Up & Sit Down

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"molo" Discussed on Shut Up & Sit Down

"I'm going to immediately face this train head on and say, yes, I feel like particularly like compared to seven years ago, I was more excited more solely excited that year, a games and dungeon crawler type things and things with a lot of dice rolling. The poll from seven years ago, for example, would have enjoyed village attacks lot more and being more forgiving of some of its Aras and the pool of seven years ago would have been way more enthusiastic about Griqua, which is a game that I played law and sort of it's fallen. I've, I've just I've had enough of that. I played enough of that and I do feel like, 'cause we've come so many different kinds of games and we've covered accessible games, party games what we would call light again, which is something like at one point I might have looked good. That's nice, but that's not my kind of thing. I feel like by broadening my taste, I have actually broaden the amount stuff I pre- she ate and I like complicated things by now like simple things. I. Like tight gains for a couple of people that very dense. And I like silly party games. The funny as well as clever. It's interesting, isn't it? Because one of the things we show to do reviews now, as we appreciate the board games over really expensive is when a game comes on that we think is good. We say, yeah, this is great. But maybe by these other games, I, which isn't something we would have been able to do back in the day. I mean, if your say a movie critic, you can watch a ton of movies, but board games are so much more expensive that takes time and investment of energy to learn and invite friends over and play them that you know, there's no way anyone can have played enough to be like to recommend other games when they're reviewing stuff when they start this career, right? So it's something that I've become acutely aware of. We would just loose cannons back in the day. We will wild and mad the other day that I'll blueprints for the aren't some fans things. That's one of funniest videos ever dice, small dice game called blueprints. And I went back and watched an. It's true. We were very funny, but also you know, I would never have been so happy and giddy about a game that sort of worked back then there's no consideration that review. Well, let's think about other small box games that occupy the same price range that might offer you more fun. You know, we would just less good at being consumer advocacy. I would argue that we we haven't played as many back then. Also that weren't quite as many by because it's now four or five years ago. Twenty fourteen twenty thirteen. Yeah. Maybe. So. I mean the other side of this coin as well as everything with the perspective of time, and with this perspective of more games coming out, all recommendations naturally become wobbly because whatever you're into, if it's video games or like you say films or music or whatever. After you spend ages and ages in something and more things get introduced into that giant swirling milio Molo Molo millenniums meringue of things that exist Milia Milia me. Me offering listeners Carney pulling there is from Hampshire. They didn't teach you any words in Hampshire. No, it's awful. You know, naturally, goalpost shift and things change. It's like you. You look films from the thirties and some of age very well in some avenue, and you just go this film, look, Sean key, but people loved at the time..

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"molo" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"molo" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"So Senate me put it in the scroll. On practical king, ROY. Impractical gesture. All right, HOGAN. Spended for. Yes, the Duke? Yes. The Dookie Bill there. Suspended. Very. You suspended for saying the inward in a sixteen and the WW has recently reinstated him to the hall of fame. Sex hit Molo. Yes. Sex. I understand that that hasn't been invented yet as a horny. If he. Yeah. So the WW has reinstated him and a lot of the black wrestlers not happy. Restaurants? Yes, the black Greco Roman wrestlers. Yes, stay on that happy. They're not happy at all. Really, the WWE was caught in a, you know, rock and hard place. I mean, it is whole Cogan and his era. Between the rock and the whole place. I haven't seen those wrestle. Stuck in between twin Johnson and place. I should've said pardon the pun at that. Johnson from skyscraper. Skyscraper, yes, yes, twenty Johnson from skyscraper. Yeah. So yeah, the WW was calling the tight buying there and you know it is whole Cogan. He read the fund era wrestling. Displease my. Hulk HOGAN, naturally, displeases king. Understand what the w had to do. It is what it is. Me. Least moving from the hall of fame hit. You guys like leftovers leftover food. Speed, this topic this? Yes. About k. of seeing. Does that acronym San Kentucky, Fried Chicken, what is Kentucky. But it's. Yes, actually, you should. You should take over Ken Kentucky Fried Chicken, make it horse. Yes. Do that. Conquers. Land of chicken. Back to my original question. Do you guys like leftovers. You mean the scraps that we throw under the table that the town drunk face out always perpetually there. So delicious. Needing just straight styrofoam. Unhealthy town drunk, really. So do I. Hi nuts. Does the king. It is fantastic, especially around thanksgiving time. I know you like that quadrant Stor. Sleep training. We are sleep training. The Princess. And I've been relegated to a air mattress. Yes. How how is this. Click. So the original plan was for. Queen in the Princess to have an air mattress in her room at the crib. So keep lining, and I would be India the Royal bed. I love the Queen of Bizet court. No, what the queen's name is. Gary. The Queen two minutes..

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"molo" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"molo" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"So if we would have gone to tribal that night maybe that would have been the five five split but that wasn't necessarily where i felt my five were okay so then we get to the tribe swap in the fourth episode of the show and that's when you end up i not only do you find out that you have to go to molo this was also when you were going to have to go to ghost island when this happened is it really melanin was listening i thought you biggest fear was making a mistake biggest have here's rob david wright and i have a lot in common scared a lot of things but you have to go you would have to go to ghosts kellyn and you'd have the opportunity to play a game in the episode entitled trust your gut that was the fourth episode of the season little did we not i was going to be your catchphrase knew who knew i tried to never say that ever ever in my life that word i call it did you have any idea when the season was airing that that was going to be you know the phrase that was going to be so societas with you know when it's no idea that i was going to be talking about my stomach and my gut my digestion out the season i got tired of hearing about it and it's my body so i'm sure everyone else is quite over it as well by the season your gut is the perfect mix of your head and your heart eventually ended up into and then later the free still believe in but i also very much in this moment.

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"molo" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"molo" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Like all right well that's the bottom so if only up from here and i just had a lot of loop and i had a lot of courage and determination in order to audition for survivor they want by did audition and i got through i just put my head down and kept belong here and wanted to give my best my best effort and i think that's what it is what was worse when you were homeless or when you were on the cursed molo beach that doesn't even have a lot of sand and just has dirt that was that was pretty tough but i always go with the homeless from bradley says its worst molo beach think he is bradley bradley hasn't been homeless in new york city but yeah i think i think they're pretty close though does her a thanks for coming on with us really appreciated you going for on the show last night it was a wild episode and all the best to you desert thank you might already there you have it that was desharnais of food on the exit interview this rescinded very serious in the exit interview i thought that she was going to come in and joke around a little bit more but she takes survivor very serious about everything that went on last night so a lot of information from desharnais about last night's episode and i guess we'll see where we go from here next week where we're going to go from here in this exit interview is i am actually going to three.

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"molo" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"molo" Discussed on The Canon

"I think because it's the underdog i mean obviously like the i exorcist think it's important we own to the go exorcist out until great people but that's how that's good the whole exorcists point three is the whole point is like go preach it 'cause that nobody knows and everybody like i heard about it it's oben got i you ruin german in but you the jovan c who'd okay i here did not note your this i name did is about always you providence don't hance knows a lot auto hall with gus i on have a sounded question and of in the course first my exorcist name puss hans there's a part where i made in ah film drunk in guy japan is yelling of course at a swiss my name was butler hansman in calling him a nazi so anna hitler i thought and is think that that is in offensive joke any or more like how does that play defensive evans i supposed to have worked by managerial offer forwardly scott now tv show about nazis and our refused because in comedy is something else but if i suppose to play mangum molo was the worse of all and if supposed to play that in serious way denied a have to study books and then i can no sleep anymore night and i thought want to do that so.

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"molo" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"molo" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Except yeah movie i think yeah so you like you like that she is that you feel like the cheerleader not as seductress is that what you're saying yes she doesn't have the doctor she is just so ridiculously cute and evil that she's the best that's my dream girl well we saw i mean if you're sexy then you're dislike all man she's got she's gonna screw up my wife i mean you just noted the girl you like who there's there's a chance she might but probably lookout cute she is and then she does anyway i'm cool with that i can live with that okay all right well we'll we'll we'll see where where that all goes do you think that dominic wants to get rid of her bad enough that he might throw a challenge to take her out a heidel no i don't think so but i hope that gore with vote not because it looks preview it looks like that bradley puts his foot us now yeah who knows who knows with no could be something so i i just i think bradley's in this game will just something tells me that i'm just his smugness just like he's not going yet yeah it'll be interesting to see next week i think that the molo i think they're gonna go to travel council again it's just that whatever the competition is unless it's like something that's completely mental you have michael along with desert kellyn and angela who you know are fine in the challenges but i'm not sure if they're you know any of them are really powerhouses in the challenges and then they're going up against these groups that have the you know they're going up against the dominic and i mean forget the try that has chris and wendell and sebastian they're definitely not going to travel council no way so i really feel like that i almost tar to imagine a scenario where molo isn't gonna go to travel council again next week i mean hey char switch trucking.

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"molo" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"molo" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"How a bittersweet was it for you to return to molo where you started the game and do you believe that molo is cursed while i'm the kind of guy that doesn't believe in that like going against the season i'll look moulhot loss loss with like different companies and people right like there are reasons why it was hellish and so i gave actually my try a pretty i i don't don't know know thinks about it was a pretty good pep talk believing talents like we had such a good base skill set and we have what it takes to win and one of the next one gets emerged together like we got the and and didn't work out but i am by that it was i'm a problem forever you know draw yes that jacob derwin so they were the greatest tribe of all time absolutely not true however the moment yeah there's no way the second travel way what is shown but we had a discussion with around exactly what makes it to bring and what we came to the conclusion was it's a try where really there's nobody thing person who's a great or an asshole and we really dislike each other people and i won't say in that sense it was a good five to be on but yeah i know not great when a streak to be apart of now is a good group all right james thank you so much for coming on with me this morning all the best to you and hope to catch up soon.

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"molo" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"molo" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Of these well that's for sure that's not that's not a shock i bradley frigate bradley with his or is it is it's just such an ahole that's crazy is it is really great it's really funny really funny really and then one other thing i thought was an interesting quote and i'd love to get your take about this in terms of we're following the story of the season i thought that this was an interesting quote that the left in there in terms of bradley he's like a dad who gives terrible pep talks which is fine he can lead people the leader never wins he's never wins now josh that in terms of the evolution of strategy and going back and watching all these seasons i feel like that's survivor doesn't give us these quotes by accident do it and this looks like something and i don't know exactly what it means but i feel like at the end of the season we're going to go back to this quote and it will have significance it might not be i feel like what it tells me bradley being sort of the leader of the people over at molo is that almost killed since shot for me that feels like such a such a it'd be it would really be odd for him to say something like that to be framed as the leader of the alliance on molo right now and for that guy to go on to win so i think in terms of like his arc that feels like that that spell something out to me but i think that that's an interesting point that you're bringing in terms of sort of just like the the wider general overall arc of the season like are we going to see some sort of coalition come together where you know like the leaders really pulling the wagon and somehow gets thrown off the cart at the final tribal council before final tribal council or will we see some sort of situation where like multiple hopeful leaders will emerge only for all of them to get snuffed along the way that we something to track i think that that's a good bowl that you put out there right now because it could go either way because it's all there could be significant.

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"molo" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"molo" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Mario see we still waited for al's these name he just said he elsie they said i know it's it was still waiting for all these name your near near doda doda his momma was niche honest yes she would momma granderson she calling me like beatty i still don't understand what a way for your name owners valuable don't understand why he can a left today to go to the event tonight it may come on america's seriously as tonight yeah he did say luncheon so might be mid day oh you did say luncheon he say lunch and yet i give him a pass on this when he came in for tonight tomorrow this whole judgment tomorrow because he's he said he might that he said he should be back tomorrow should be edens they will be killed he could have gone at left at eight o'clock i mean do you think he actually left yesterday so after the show but he did show now yeah he could miss wednesday through friday before apple does progress as i was originally scheduled to miss today and tomorrow here so to fill in bad yeah thank you i honestly i think you guys got to molo bit you think i mean what when less the general manager the rams his commenting on the missing data on the show and i think what got him was when that you know because you know he human he likes less and less and less made the comment that you know the show might have run smoother actually without here or maybe they got to moore i think that data know that's how goes you're that kind of stuff again rattled a little bit maybe that's what the nfl combine people are trying to do last you're stupid questions we'll get to that in a second but first key listen man these billboards are up they have made national news on espn dot com tmz all local stations tv station i was on an interview in san diego yesterday doing a radio ad and they were asking me about the billboards i these billboards have become a real thing because lebron is obviously playing clippers and lakers this week at so check give him righty the moyer the attorney who is does advertising on the station in many state.

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"molo" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"molo" Discussed on PRI's The World

"I don't know what scares me is that if after march you know if if trump doesn't allow us to renew it i won't be able to work and i'm going to lose my position at work i'm a nursing supervisor i've been here for three years and then you know i obviously don't want to leave my office and i molo afraid to have a mortgage to face so you not just a little bit scared that i won't be able to work while i'm doing this process after march so yadav deserve home healthcare inertia lotta people depend on you yeah i have a case load of sixty clients right now is definitely a strain on on our relationship and on our livelihood i want to ask you to carlo were using your full name how risky is it for you to even be talking to us you know i'm not afraid i really think we need to bring more attention to this there is a lot of good people out here who are working hard who are contributing my brothers while he was 4 when he came to the us he's working he he works full time he has to jobs so we are working we are contributing to society were pain our taxes we're doing everything by the law i mean if you look i have a clean record so this my brother we'd never break the locus for us it's scary since you know that you're not a citizen you don't have the same privileges so all we wanna do is just get a piece of the dream as just the american dream we want to have our white thicket fence in our homes and and continue with the families though i'm not afraid to use my name i also want to encourage other people that are here with gps to study and go to school and better themselves you know i'm the first one in my family to go to college so seem like a started a snowball my brother went after me and i have to younger siblings also wanting to go to college so we're gonna make it happen greater twenty noneuro carlo alvarado is home healthcare immerse in pennsylvania she was born in el salvador and has tps temporary protected status i also want to thank susan furrows of the center for public integrity for helping us get in touch with carla you can reach susan xv.

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"molo" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"molo" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Their personal picture taken the mikey's polls inform knows neither personal other first lectures like he's clearly in london right in this picture right a somewhere this lighter is in london yeah and yes just take like vacation or something and yet people are just post there the finding a way to pose these pictures online and yeah it's weird man you you gotta think those being a famous person like that he could just walk around ispa no one bothers me you know he looked like he look the eddie murphy skip from cyanide gas does exactly looks parents had he got on the bus he went to the banking suv molo right sammy sosa walked into the bank right now ants maloney give it to yes so you ask that like leslie guy speaking alone hopefully we can get some loans out of us seattle bill yet out of the out of the committee vote ness into the playoff we run the table can get where you guys have to on the table and they'd have to be a lot of help is kind of the point so that help would include a lot of teams in front of them losing you'd have to have multiple to loss teams right we didn't means for georgia would probably you got the right now as has this would have to refer just this weekend okay they would have to root for georgia to lose to auburn that's what i'm hoping right then you also have to have a auburn lose to alabama or not them out of the way yes maine in nazis season miami beat noted miami beating notre dame when leg notre dame yes yet um.

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"molo" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"molo" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Somebody from salesforce einstein and salesforce i know owns her roku but you know there's there's some like easy con hike in a few click integrations with einstein but it's kind of interesting because if you're building a platform is a service you really could go in a lot of directions these days especially because the market is just growing so fast and there's customers for all kinds of cloud products maybe could you comment on the like just the products philosophy behind her open that you know how would you when you have so many different directions you could go in how do you select what are the rights types of products to build yeah so i can talk about this firm survey by tight perspective and i can no say give some thoughts on the company as a whole that the reason i say that is just that it's not over responsibilities i kind of dayton ohio everyone else's thinking that um i think it it kind of feels like the the process of running a web appplication web server before hurricane molo was quite involved in difficult and you have to know how to configure and genetics in or apache whatever tons of stuff like that and then hurricane who comes low in kind of smooth layer over the top of that which makes it really simple easy to do and so i think a good way of thinking about where profit development will go for hurricane is.

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"molo" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"molo" Discussed on WTMA

"New york on long island in the last month or so with the help of the trump administration and the department of homeland security in the justice department of the trump and the the sessions's justice department and the trump administration are cracking down on ms thirteen nationwide in one county in new york suffolk county long island they've arrested in the last month or so more than forty ms thirteen members who are murdering people wholesale up there and they love to used machetes to murder people this is their their trademark so little little odd kind of gives molo flare they murder people with the machetes and and hatchets but the machetes della bus so they they've arrested more than forty in one county in new york which is a border state of course but at borders canada and in one county in long island forty ms thirteen central american gang gang members who use machetes to people and get a load of this more than a third of them are dreamers this i mean policies have consequences and democrat party policies are unhinged they're they're nuts they're crazy fact i've got a great piece of audio today hear about how and it was an accident cbs news reporter actually a stumbling across the truth it was in a throwaway line on all of the a terrorists isis members that are going to be fleeing syria and iraq and how they're going to countries whereas cbs news pointed out it will be much easier to fly into the united states they and that's a again obama policies hillary policies versus proposed trump policies that have been thwarted by the democrats and the news media but i but i repeat myself and and on the front page this is classic two of the host post which has just drivel have front page.

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"molo" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"molo" Discussed on WCTC

"Of cellphone so in other words if you're maybe younger than the age of thirteen can have the cell phone is that the smart way to go about it or is that just too much of the big brother big government heavy hand of the government once again dr molo joins us now dr 'em how are you good to talk to you i'm great laura how are you birthday thank you so much i really appreciate it i didn't have screens growing up i had a lot of books and had a lot of outdoors that no screens back then it was we had a smith corona typewriter with that cartridge eta click out enough end up in the white out and all that kind of stuff but y you do hear that clip pedia yes i competed now we were too poor for encyclopaedias but i did bara friend but you know today i you really are made to feel like a bad mother if your kids are learning coating by maybe h ten like i can't tell you how many parents like our yeah we have a private coating tudor an in a kind of makes me sick but then i think what am i doing wrong maybe i'm doing something wrong in my doing anything wrong doctor no i completely agree with everything they said in the factor if you really unfair north neuropsychiatric brain development which more people go you don't you understand that actually the way the brain develops especially in the first six years is really more through movement who actually interacting with our environment engaging north anchors to incur personal activity so what accurate build intelligent and what makes your kid martyr later on is actually growing the opera could of coating not actually hitting they're not moving your body and not actually harvey any real world experiences but actually relating the areas and the network of the brain that leader arm can be used for coal getting later on can be used for math in and odor cognitive skill but you know i mean there's been studies even showing that like baby i and i make prequel gummer so you know i think coating is not only detrimental if you're having your kid.

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"molo" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

02:40 min | 4 years ago

"molo" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"The molo the benevolent being the the things that will give it though cure cancer they'll cure sickness they'll give us a unlimited energy sources yeah okay that's a pipedream it is also part of what i call the political disclosure which i i find a little unnerving rather than confirming and having this confirmation and going through history and showing the confirmation has already been there i mean the idea of aliens and there were fears we've been kind actually happened two thousand years ago there are ancient adamus in astronomers and others there was epa curious gracious and they have believed that the gods interfering human affairs and that if we you know the this is evil he said the these beings the god's coming down interfering with an evil thing because human beings when influenced by aliens engage in a manner of vile and foolish behaviors and they call them god in calling really the call them god's they call them titans they call them it'll because the the aliens would come down from the skies people would take part in things like war child sacrifice and the epa curien solution said well forget the spiritual forget the alien forget forget all that just worship material goods because material goods will never never do this to you well gene roddenberry as we're talking about star trek gene roddenberry one said that as a human race moves into adolescence in adulthood it can no longer afford to guide its affairs via the simple myths our human ancestors thought long and hard on who and what they were and came up with the best explanation that could make so he's not saying anything bad about our ancestors they tried their best to explain what was happening to them and then he goes on to say the frightening thing is that we at the end of the twentieth century are still hanging onto these old explanations as to what happened to them and this dates back to the stone age you know not two thousand years he says the stone age that you don't even some of the the drawings on the caves are are are part of this equation the ancient alien idea he says i think we need a more truthful or fruitful way to analyse these questions we need exciting philosophical thought.

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