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Proteas: Celebrating These Botanical Shape-Shifters
"Fond of as we're speaking. You have a bunch pictured behind you wonderfully illustrated on the wall but the proteas. I have to say those paintings by a friend of mine. Vicki thomas and she's one of south africa's most acclaimed botanical straight. That's awesome absolutely wonderful person. Carry on all right. Shout out to vicki. Thomas amazing i can seem from here. They're great but you know this is a group. That is a little strange. They're beautiful most of the time. Some of them are culinary interests. A lot of people will be most familiar with them for the cut flower industry and their use in different floral arrangements but in terms of a group of plants. The proteas pro. Dac as a family. Really kind of encapsulates. Everything you've aimed for and more and unlike flagship species they're not getting nearly the attention. They deserve for the plate that they're facing as a family of plants. In a modern world they are a real bench of wackos I mean lynn. A cult them protea or called the jenness protea protea. Because of the greek god. Protease protease was a shape shifter so lineas such will this plump family comes in such a huge range of different weird shapes and forms in not justice flowers but its foliage and its fruits and all the rest of it but there's only one name for them knots the proteas and some of them are crazy and they have crazy names to i mean there's a there's a genus of pro. Tac out there. called megahertz. Sia megahertz probably one of the best plump names. I think that there is and they produce these crazy flower heads. They're not flowers there in or conflicts ince's to be more specific about it. They have these amazing floral brax. The king protea the national flower south africa is is a conflict essence so hundreds of individual flowers surrounded by these beautiful pink or red floral brock switch. A modified leaves banks is the same huge heads. One of the most flourish in fluorescence in the world is a species of fanciable granted. The bull banksia has up to three thousand individual flowers in the end in a single head. But they don't do things by normal standards than nearly always bird or mammal pollinated rather than insect pollinated. They don't use a micro rizal relationship. In most instances. There are a few that. Do they do crazy stuff with that chemical makeup and the way that they use chemicals in their in their systems particularly the way that these phosphorus they are almost completely made of licnen and that goes for the flowers as well as a the warden the leaves you know. This plant family is yeah wacko to me. Just like people. My favorite groups are just the wackos the one offs the strange ones. That are just doing things. A little bit differently than the rest or sometimes drastically differently than the rest. And i am so foreign to most of what this family has to offer. I mean i'll remember going to the huntington for the first time in going. Wait a minute there trees
Movie Review: 'Sound of Metal'
"Of Metal recently came out on Amazon Prime and the movie follows a heavy metal drummer played by Reza Med, who begins to lose his hearing. Your hearing is deteriorating rapidly. We'll come back to Lin Liu. We just keep going. Okay? No blue. No play tomorrow. See what it's like. Okay, I'm gonna be like a click track. You complain to me. Don't understand your fast responsibility. Something here. I can't hear you. You understand me? I can't adapt. Jacqueline. What did you think of the sound of metal? While the sound of metal is another film that was part of this sort of strange festival season of last year, and I actually got to catch it at the Toronto Film Festival two years ago, I guess now, but now it's coming out on Amazon. It started drizzling mezuzah drummer losing his hearing, and what's really interesting about this film is this is not somebody who had this Big aspirations in life. This was a man who just wanted to be a drummer in a band and this disability coming upon him late in life really changes everything around him. It changes his relationships. It changes what he may be wants to do with the rest of his life and In the center of it. What's interesting is his willfulness. I will say for how he doesn't want to face the reality of what is happening to him and how he looks to sort of bargain and beg his way into a different situation. And it isn't until he comes across an advisor at a camp that he goes to learn American sign language and sort of Learned how to live this new existence with a disability where he really sort of embrace is who he is. It has some really interesting sound cues in it. I think it is my Hands down pick for best sound this year because of the way they use it in the storytelling just sort of tell the story of his diminished hearing and also essentially how he's listening in and out of his life and Really incredible performance by Rizal Med. Also Olivia Cooke and Paul racy who's actually a coda. He is the child of death or hearing impaired parents. And he knows American sign language a character actor from several years and he is getting a ton of praise for his performance in this one, which I'm so happy to see. Sort of like a journeymen have his His moment. It harkens me back to sort of Robert Forester with Jackie Brown and sort of that, So it's a really incredible thing. And what are we hearing about resume that's performance. Yeah, and risen mad. They're definitely talking best actor for him. He recently came out on the cover. I think it was ah, variety of Hollywood reporter where he was saying, You know, he's had to play these roles that he didn't want to do any more, He said. I'm done playing terrorists. I want Have an opportunity to have three dimensional characters and so to see a South Asian British person played this role where that is a part of the character but all of the character and seeing him Really struggle with the realities of this disability is really incredible and visceral is one of the best male performances of this year. It is just a shame that it goes. It begins so many performances that are going to be hard to be most particularly Chadwick Boseman and lead actor performance of Murray's black bottom, but I think he's going to give him a run for his money, even in a posthumous awards campaign. We
Springtails: Nothing to be afraid of
"The first thing to say about spring tells is that probably not something. The yoga sports on the lease of your plants. They like moist places. And that means you most want you to see them on the surface of your soil particularly if you've just watered or perhaps if you lift up apart and look underneath inside a cashpoint possibly you will see lots of little creatures roaming about. They're about the size of a full stop and there are hundreds if not thousands of species. I think there's about two hundred and fifty different species of spring tail here in the uk so as well as into the in your house plant pots. You might also find them outside. You'll compost heap or in part of dump leaves on the characteristic that gives them their name is their ability to spring. But don't get them confused with fleas. They are different creatures. And do not have the capacity to blunt. You or your pets or indeed. You'll houseplants these are really agent creatures. Apparently there are fossil's of spring tales. Going back to four hundred million years ago the know insects they are heck supports which means they've got six legs. I've said that detroit officials while that means they feed on any kind of decaying matter in the soil. They also feed on fungi and algae and that sort of thing so they serve a wonderful purpose in breaking down organic matter. The thing that makes the spring tale jump is called for keeler earned it is of wishbone shaped appendage kind of detail that sits underneath the spring tales belly and when it's surprised for example by you lifting up the port where. It's been hiding this little spring flicks up and propels the spring tail into the air. And apparently this leap is the equivalent of me jumping over. The eiffel tower says pretty impressive. I'll link in the show notes to a wonderful video. Featuring sir david at bra or should i say our lord. God david attenborough talking about spring tales. The column bola class as they unknown and showing how they actually go about springing. It's really amazing to watch. They also have an amazing cheap on the head which they use to moisture is their body basically they have to stay moist in order to survive and most patches of ground on all seven continents of the world will contain about one hundred thousand spring tales per square meter wells' so they are everywhere and there isn't really any great reason for concern if you see and the old spring tail in your soil or under your parts. Because they're gonna go somewhere moist. They are breaking down organic matter. It may be a sign that you're a little bit to dump if maybe you're seeing spring tales in the soil of say cacti and succulents but if you seeing them in the soil of the plants in you've just watered or you're lifting up a part there some there it's really not something to worry yourself about. Just take a look at those tells on wonder at how amazing they are. The other thing to note is that they do mainly wonder about that. Jump everywhere so if you see some small creatures about the size of a full stopped moving around not necessarily jumping the could very well still be spring tails but if you disturb them you may find that one or two will jump and the color very say anything from very dark gray to white to brown. But as i say. The main indication is their location if they are in that soil and they're not doing anything with these. If your plot unusually the location of the creature gives you a really good indication of what it is if it's white and fluffy and in the crevices of your succulent than it's probably a mealy bug if it's a white and fluffy and it's in the roots of your plant while check it carefully. Because it could be micro rizal. Fungi strands but it could also be mealy bugs again. Your hand lenses really useful here. If it's something on the back of your leaves are white grainy stuff. That's probably the shed skins of your spider mites. If you've got really good vision or use a hand lens you should be able to see the brown crab like spider mites wandering around aphids. Well they usually tackle the new soft growth on plants often find them on. Flower stems or on new growth of leaves and thrifts well. They don't look that much different than spring tails but they are bigger and generally you'll find them wondering about your plant leaves as opposed to on the soil and if he wants to get a closer look at the spring tales in your life. Then dave wilson has written an excellent book called the garden jungle or gardening to save the planet which i highly recommend has a good technique to suggest for gathering some up. Dave suggests that you get some compost or leaf mold or indeed the material that's in your plant pots and put it into a funnel under warm lamp sick that funnel on top of some kind of container and the spring tails will head away from the heat and into the container and then you can take a closer look at them a fun activity if you have kids or grandkids to entertain this festive season
Volcanoes of Life
"Hey welcome to stuff to blow your mind. My name is Robert Lamb, and I'm Joe McCormack in today, we're going to be talking about something that I've been thinking about doing an episode on for a while ever since I read an article while back that really interested me, and that is the surprising and kind of counterintuitive link that has been proposed by many geologists now between life as we know it. It on earth and the fires of Mount Doom, specifically, the the most violent and scary of geologic processes like volcanic eruptions on the movement of tectonic plates. Yeah. This is a great topic to get into. We kind of had a I guess a preamble to this a couple of episodes ago when we were talking about eggs and we talked about the volcano birds and the idea of a volcano being seeming. Almost. Paradoxically to be something that can nourish. As opposed to something. That's just a purely destructive force. Oh, I. didn't think about that comparison at all. But yeah, the the way that the volcanic sand babysits the egg for for the megapode so that it can just run off and do its own thing. Yeah. Raised by a volcano. But so I thought a great place to start here might be with a brief reading from volusia. It is a famous old norse epic poem from the collection that is known as the Poetic Edda. Now, this is a synonymous work. The author is unknown, but the volusia tells the story of the norse Gods culminating in their destruction in the fiery doom of Ragnarok can I'm just GonNa read a couple of Quad trains here. In Anger Smites, the water of the earth forth from their homes must all men flee nine paces fares the son of Jurgen and slain by the serpent fearless. He sinks the Sun. Turns Black Earth sinks in the see the hot stores down from heaven or world fierce gross. The steam and the life feeding flame till fire leaps high about heaven, itself Nice and one fun thing about this poem. It's bit of Tolkien Trivia Robert Tell me if you've heard this before, but the name of the wizard Gandalf that first appeared in Tolkien's. Tolkien's the Hobbit and then of course, the best character in Lord of the Rings, the name of Gandalf comes from the Veloce token, actually borrowed the name from a section known as the tally of the dwarves from this epic poem. Originally, he was going to apply it to the character in the Hobbit, who became thorn oaken shield the leader of the Dwarf Party. But then he decided later on that, it made more sense to apply the name of Gandalf. The wizard. I think because again, Dal means something like magic staff l.. and. I think he made the right choice like, Gandalf. That makes more sense for the wizard than for Thorin. Think. So but cool thing that happens in this poem sort of part of the RAGNAROK. Myth is that there is a rebirth that follows this fiery doom know after the fire leaps high heaven and the Kingdom of the Gods is destroyed. Earth is not just left in cinders instead, there is a renewal from the fire and the author writes now do I see the earth new Rizal Green from the waves again, the cataracts fall and the Eagle flies and And Fish, he catches beneath the cliffs. So there's this great link between Fiery Cataclysm and rebirth and renewal of life in norse mythology, and and of course, you know these are symbolic elements. I'm not suggesting that they had some kind of scientific insight with this is something that I think is taken as a metaphor largely about human life itself, but coincidentally, it ends up kind of ringing true with things. We're finding out about geology and nature. Well, it's something you see in a lot of different mythological cycles, right I. mean you see it in Hindu mythology? In. Various. American mythologies. Thinking about. Meslin. South America in particular society that things will rise things will fall that there will be cataclysm that whole world will be destroyed, but new worlds will rise out of them and have risen out of them before. Yeah. I was thinking about themes of fiery eruption in the greening of the earth together or sort of a creator destroyer duality. One that came to my mind that that I thought, you might know something about because I know I've heard you talk about Hawaiian mythology before was the Palay myth. Yeah. Yeah. The Hawaiian got his Palay is an interesting example, a deity of fire and Volkan Ism I was reading a book titled Pay Volcano Goddess. Goddess of Hawaii by H are low nemo, and he points out that when Polynesian voyagers I arrived in Hawaii, they brought their gods with
"rizal" Discussed on Back To Back
"Thing I find it is something quite cool at something in. Society that we will. We struggle with is because we're. We have the ability to get information out really quickly, but it's in such small like sub small slices. The we come have good. Conversation good discussion and good about Rizal about musical about fashion It just feels like with stifling ourselves as a potential full connection communication. On any level by how limited with become muscle media and that's kind of like done, really get. Involved social media and much anymore on. He'll WANNA. Walk with the not installs Freud meet. Them that once. We've done that then my. Seniors in. Just like you can just get so much from slowing down. Token. Yeah and understanding I. DON'T THINK IT'S A. Yes something I've been trying to. A lifetime and as convoy approach to black laws, massing thing is this like? Really think about this and really changed. My life and my kids lives out. By actually no, not looking at the. Cameras getting that done gets we outlet though night saying cool, we're good now now. This is a really deep thing they've said. The entire. The would like she. Human Rice buys it. Can't be fixed with a couple of tweets quickly it will take a long time to and it requires loss can tension and will be difficult, so it's like right. I mean this for the long haul I'm gonNA. Sit and I'm going to the inaugural and understand that hugs early twenty is time. I'll be better basically is like. Is that kind of thing the as? Malice Yeah I wa. That's beautiful man I think that's the right way to be thinking about I think it's I I hope more people can take that example, and and yeah, just in general You know talking about long conversations in deep analysis and Finding out that you might hate somebody. I don't hate you. This.
Why An Experimental Therapy for Inflammatory Disorders Could Help the Fight Against COVID-19
"Joe. Thanks for joining us. Joe. Thanks To be for here joining thing us. we're going to To talk be here about thing Aqua Lung Therapeutics we're going to talk about Acute Aqua Respiratory Lung Therapeutics Distress Syndrome Acute or arts Respiratory Distress and your Syndrome efforts or to arts develop a treatment and your for efforts this condition. to develop a treatment Let's for start this condition. with ours though. Let's What start is with it ours and though. how big What a health is challenge? it and how Does big it represent a health challenge? Does it represent about half a million people. about Every year get half air a million people. F- Every Acute year Respiratory get Distress air Syndrome F- Acute Respiratory in the Distress United States Syndrome alone. And in you know the United close States to alone. two million. And Maybe you know globally close to two million. so it's Maybe globally it's not a so uncommon it's it's not a uncommon Disorder Disorder But it is a extremely But it is challenging a to extremely treat disorder challenging because mortality to treat of this. disorder because mortality Anyone that of this. had gets a yard Anyone that had is gets Thirty a yard to forty percents is In Thirty the US to forty and percents it's probably In the higher US and it's probably Outside the US higher what Outside makes the it US so challenging to what treat? makes it so challenging Well to treat? it's It's sort Well of the ultimate it's in inch It's sort of in the ultimate the stress in to inch in the To stress to a human being To in that a human being They have in that multiple They attacks have on multiple attacks a variety of on Oregon a starting variety with of the Oregon lung though starting the the most with the common lung causes of though ARD the the s most are common causes sepsis of ARD which is s infection are in sepsis the bloodstream which is infection and trauma in the bloodstream and and trauma Smoking and elation will do it Smoking and elation will do that it Curiel and and viral pneumonias that Curiel and so and viral as pneumonias a result the and starts so off as with a inflammation result in the the lung starts from off those with inflammation particular in the lung from those Causes particular the Causes inflammation becomes the waves inflammation waves becomes of amplify waves waves inflammation of amplify that starts to affect inflammation other organs. that starts Like to your kidneys affect and heart other organs. 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You've done functional as an academic. You've done functional genomics work that identified candidate genes that contribute to inflammatory disorders. Such as arts this led to a focus on the NAP. Jean what is Napkin? And what role does it play in the inflammatory cascade? Yes well that's That's exactly right. Dan we Early on when I was a cheap home area at Johns Hopkins the New Year early. Two thousands we are group there. through clinical trials that was published in the New England Journal in this clinical. We identified the fact that the later contributed some mortality in they already s and and the hypothesis was that the way that Ben later contributes mortality. It was it was causing excessive increases in inflammation so at that point my laboratory My Research Laboratory at Hopkins we We've again focusing very Aggressively on trying to identify genes. That might be involved in. How the ventilator induced that inflammation and This is how we found that gene. That's called NAM. 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Signs Bitcoin May Be Ready
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Mark The we do have some very very nice Options vital because I want to take you through. What's going on right now across the top ten now. Bitcoin look at. It was decided that I like like honestly. It was just so undecided. A just was horrible. I mean look Closed in our guy or the actually close one hull and it closed for into ever down point. Six percent of close at eight thousand eight hundred thirty six. So what does it mean? What does it mean what does it mean? Well I tell you what it does mean what it could mean. What am I being that? Indecisiveness can often lead to a change of direction. It can't because it doesn't try to go down as a member done anything. But I'll tell you what I'm watching and you want to write this down the the level. Actually you can save on Youtube video so you can actually watch on talking to. You are now if we can get above from Willie on now. Okay so just caveat if we can get above from where we are now we just keep going up. Get above nine thousand nighttime. We'll have ourselves Ohio Ohio. Honda will be on the four hour chop a love. That four outshot man. It's just as important as the daily to me because I use that to Ghana What's going on is low to mid timeframes wiser use the daily for that big picture momentum as well so we get a reversal trending four realistically from nine thousand and ten thousand. Roughly around with that resistance is we got two thousand bucks. We get an uptrend. Hey Hey try again on margin a love driving and the starting to creep into today if we can get bitcoin back into that four hour uptrend. Gee Whiz we could be in for NAS. It'll move even if we just run back up to that resistance as plenty of spice. There's some pretty combat that I'm high paying a monthly to get it done in the next couple of days. Because I wouldn't expect to one day with what could happen. These markets could do very little for a little bit and then Bam off they go and they run doth like a know. A bullet dight Got That wrong was meant to say the design shut. The Guy was bolted. That could work. That ain't apologies for some pull. Use analogies they cry very bad A. I'm deeply sorry But four our up would be really really nice there on Bitcoin. We sitting right now. Point four percent one hour into the trading day a not much to say beyond that go to wet for that reversal theory. Did break down to new lows on that four. So it's not in the same position as we're two hundred very messy very sideways above two hundred to one four now yes. That'd be closed down. One point five six percent just above two hundred two hundred ninety one dollars. X. Pay Agai leadership that four foyer all. It does have a high alert. It's very similar. Bitcoin So a guy wanting to see a break above the level of high is nineteen. Point seven cents. That's the level of reluctancy. Move Away from very ugly looking on the daily I. It's not really looking all that great to be honest with you. It's looking we'll bearish bullish. Guidance is is pretty decisive. Guys the low. It's a one point sir Point that would put us into a much stronger. Downturn not there at the mine. Bitcoin cash yesterday closed at two hundred twenty dollars on the noise. Down one percent. A guy you know look at this four hour timeframe we do have higher low. The will we push to a high hot well. Only time will tell to twenty five right now. Bitcoin cash. Vs they probably. The best will not probably the best of the mid-term timeframe downtrends BS phase. One Eighty One. Seventy six point nine percent right now of yesterday It did closed down nearly three percent close at one point two seven Pointing back that cradles actually gives us an option for a short tried lighter if if the market does attend some pretty happy to have that option available mom being long or short. I just want to make sure of options lot coin. Yesterday was down one point. Six percent closing forty two dollars and twenty five cents just across four our gang. We do have a high alert. I'm it's not the most bullish Johnson got to be ost. None of them really hard. The minute weddings that Jai Alai with only forty two dollars and fifty nine point three percent a US yesterday rejection catalysts off so it was down point. Non a percent closing rod around where we are right now to be fair closing at two dollars fifty and we are currently at two fifty that four out very similar just to push on higher. If we're going to do that or if we're GONNA go low I WANNA is get a main I wanna get below tweedles. Forty that would make me look much better to the downside bonds. While yesterday very slow I point nine percent. Dan Closing at sixteen dollars and twenty cents. Sixteen dollars and twenty seven cents. Not much to speak of to be honest I will. It rejected often old level that The set there about twenty two cents. It's looking at what nauseous actually for potential move to the upside the the daily although a little bit funny looking flat it hasn't really broken that up trend that it has been in for quite some time we do have a very clear high Every break up through the. Hi this New Five Point. Four three cents. That will have a speaking to an upturn in that will let the Pacino wrought now flat on the table. See what's causing stole. I as the day goes on there in classic. Six hundred seventy two point three percent right now. Yesterday it was down one point. Three four close at six seventy We need to get above the high here. And this is on the daily chart on talking till you six Tony to we get above six. Have that daily out. Trim back in
Projects Aim To Build Sustainable Agriculture In Indonesia
"Indonesia's pollution and rubbish problems legendary and in Greater Jakarta to around thirty million people. Construction Development are taking a huge toll on the environment but there are still tiny pockets of grain in the concrete jungle. One Australian man is trying to engage his local village to Cape Development by by encouraging sustainable farming organic produce and recycling Indonesia correspondent and Baka reports. Came here this was all terracing. People who've been growing SWEET POTATO. Hiffernan them time probably in the possibly rise on the southern outskirts of Jakarta is a pocket of Lush Green Hills as skyscrapers and high rise. Buildings spread relentlessly outward from the Indonesian capital. This is one of a dwindling number of fertile areas in Greater Jakarta very special web the arise on this water is plentiful here even during the long dry season but the constant precious of development threaten this pristine patch. We're kind of wanting to to projects that help. Save that Middle Section and and that's what we've been told Australian John Ryan and his Indonesia wife. Dante have taken on an experiment not only to protect this small green enclave but to use it to enlist as many locals as possible to spread the word about environmentally sustainable farming organic produce recycling and Waste Management Turning Waste Management. You got the classic scenario. Every afternoon people pile up their rubbish and burner and it's they don't understand him to patients You know they've been doing it for hundreds of years sweeping the leaves and burning them every day the couple moved here from Melbourne to sit up. Coban Mata Lima or five is farm. Which combines everything from fish farming ecu- opponents and permaculture to medicinal plants organic crop St Tea Production and recycling all on less than two acres of land. They don't pretend they can change the world. Their own village would be enough but in a city. That's arguably the most polluted and lead in Southeast Asia. They play a tiny role in shifting people's thinking towards cleaner greener healthier lives. We see the big world took this opportunity to her. They can we get to be the ten reasons they will be the running and they can open. Look at Wall Big Rene to get back to get back in touch. With the natural world that we've cocooned ourselves from these wonderful cities full of the technology in the concrete and the concrete Eden that we've built on those wet where we've actually built nature out villages around Kabul in Mata Lima torn between traditional lives as Rizal Crop Farmers and the lure of modern day living. What Green there is left. Here is littered with plastic and rubbish. The local river is used to wash clothes water crops and feed animals and for many as a toilet classic came into play in about seventies here and it just kept building off and that just got added to what they did in the natural environment. And there's no differentiation in the thinking is when you have a discussion about the plastic. It's bad for our health that you're not old. Blassie wish lost two and half years. We build a wall. Thousands of plastic and glass bottles went into building. Jonah Dante's unusual home. Fourteen thousand car tires have been used in the house and to build. Fencing around five is Some of the villages were gardens or on maintenance local landowners come to workshops on organic farming recycling and most days schoolchildren dropping to practice their English shore out of curiosity over no shops at a deeper level about some of the ecology and biodiversity on farm about different processes founding at Kopenicks that. We're running the animal thumb. The the Organic Thurman Different Systems. These things I love to be teaching and we have been starting to do that with different groups from around Indonesia and also from the payroll so dream of a local farmer's market for organic produce heavy market. We can offer them something bigger. Say Kay the spare land a little bit and then grow organic and we buy it from you but we still working in the market. We can promising new. Organic farming is far from new in Indonesia. A big Further south supplies many of the supermarkets in Jakarta but at a local family level. It's still rare. The whole cultural organic in here is viewed as expensive. So it's it's about the value of his. Is this really organic and if it is going to do John. Reid believes healthy. Plants and produce can in turn lead to a healthier Indonesia improve. The economy is trying to. It doesn't have to be expensive to calm in some of the ways that we're doing and that it's just a a change of thinking. Indonesia would benefit because their food will be healthier. They will grow eventually faster. They have to initially be patient. India's countries and in the process in certain provinces where the whole province one of them anymore India has has gone. Oh Canada the government has helped support and everyone's had to be very patient for two years in a transition and then they re benefits and Boca reporting from Jakarta there.
The Mandalorian Deep Dive
"Let's take a look at I. Guess the mandatory series win. You got done watching it. I guess. How overall satisfied were you with it up and down for you like this episode was good? But this episode is kind of a Dud. What what was your first impression as a whole I think I'd dug the whole the whole series whole a few more times? I really dug it from beginning to end when it was down it was still great. Its lowest points were still pretty high points. Okay overall. I really dug it but I also have like a huge love of Westerns and Samurai movies. And this kind of felt like it kind of felt like a way for star wars to play in a new sandbox. It felt very reminiscent of the original trilogy while also managing to kind of have its identity. Yes okay segues is into a good point. I noticed right away on the series the simple things like the fades from scene to scene. Where the same little you'll circular fades aides or sideswipe fades from? Yeah from you hope. You cannot do that when I graduated from film school. One of one of the things they told us in in film school is don't ever do that. It looks it looks amateur. It looks bad. Really for whatever reason star wars can do it and the reason they the reason they can do it is because they just kind of did it at a time when they were defining what Star Wars. This is so when episode four came out or Star Wars or the original movie nineteen seventy seven when that came out already visually. It was so distinct and so oh very specifically star wars that it can incorporate silly things like a like a cross dissolve across fade or a circle Michael Fade or whatever you wanNA call them It can do that because it is star wars and and if you saw that if you went to go watch the avengers and and you see that really slow white from the right side of the screen to the left side of the screen to transition. It would look very out of place in Lynn very artificial because because that's not part of cinema language but it is a part of Star Wars language and incorporating that into the man. delorean was something. I've thought was incredibly smart. Yes you actually see that in things like Djeddai Fallen Order And a lot of video games as well. Okay we'll incorporate that in the cut scenes it just it's A. It's an easy visual indicator that this is star wars I love that when I saw that on the very episode. That was one of the simple simple fan services that the what other fans services or things did you see that Cairo. I the main thing. The first first thing I saw for sure was was the rifle and everybody talks about the right okay but it deserves to be talked about talking about man. Does the knife owned the mandatory rifle. Yeah it's It's it's kind of like a long rifle with a tuning fork. Yes that was Boba Fett rifle in the holiday special which is the infamous holiday special which I've seen and it is as bad as everybody says and it's not like it's not like a challenge to go watch it do do not watch it. Don't and watch it. It's not it's not even worth laughing at. It's it's so hard to watch but In the BLU ray release of the Star Wars The star awards box set episodes one through six on the bonus disc. There's actually an Easter egg on their. That has the entire animated segment from the holiday special. Yes so you can actually see that and it's really cool but in that segment it's very much like a Ralph Bakshi inspired character design. It's really Kinda cool but you do see Z.. BOBA FETT teaming up with Luke at first and then he betrays him but he's got this weird rifle that should never ever work and everybody thought it was a cool looking rifle. I never thought we'd seen it and live action. Let alone we would disintegrate people. Yes that was another little throwback to empire pyre when vader tells Boba Fett notice integration. Yes because he had that rifle and rifle disintegrates. Yes it does look a little bulky on him but they still make it work. It works completely nothing about again. That goes back to what I was saying before about the visual language of star wars and again in the empire strikes rex back in the original theatrical cut. There's a shot on cloud city of a guy running through running through cloud city as it's being attacked by the empire but he's holding. What's supposed to look like a futuristic device but even in the eighties? Everybody was like that is an ice cream maker. Awesome husband was just running with an ice cream maker but they brought that back And so the the client played by Verna Herzog. He actually carrying all of his best car in one of those ice cream. Oh and so. That is another throwback that I really so when he opens up the best guard the open up that containers just the ice cream maker and it's the same kind of ice cream maker that that that extra was carrying awesome and it's Super Fund. It has no bearing on anything. If you didn't know that it's it doesn't take away or add anything to it except for the factory like I know that the super fans hansel catch it. Sure the casual fan okay. Whatever you know they won't even notice it but still get to enjoy it absolutely? Yeah and the show is filled with stuff like that. There is an episode where the episode with Bill Burr where they go to like a heist episode. Yes super the prison ship. Yeah there is one on living person on that ship. That person was played by Matt. Land Her who was the voice of anecdotes skywalker in the clone wars. Yeah and a whole bunch of other stuff but it's cool to have that clancy brown played a de Veroni wasn't Ronin. He was different. He was a different species. He was the red guy the horn. Yeah but The Big Guy. Yeah but that was clancy Brown. who was the voice of sabotage press and a bunch of other true in the rebels? Yeah and and Star Wars rebels he was sabotage press. It was really cool to see people from the animation side of things being incorporated into the live action. which is the kinds of stuff? I want to see moving forward with specific characters. Sure On the inverse of that you know we're we're getting to see live action or we're getting see animation people in live action and on the mandatory and then also in Rizal Skywalker. We got sorry guys. I'm talking about it. We got to hear. Canaan from rebels was one of the voices. You heard you heard Soka. You heard every you know people who were doing voices specifically for the cartoons in for for super fans you know which if I may indulge myself they already introduced you as a superfan. Oh good good a resident expert. Sorry whatever is just whatever cooler than I actually am but it was really fun to be able to to see those things. And if let's say I'm talking to you Leigh and you have no idea who Canaan is and we see rise skywalker you're thinking it's super cool because you're seeing this really cool scene. I think it's super cool because I'm seeing is really cool scene and also Kanaan's yeah and so it's just kind of another little the thing and and the reason I bring rays of Skywalker with this is because it's all happening right now right now You know we can. We can talk about this next year when you know when I owned the box set of the man delorean and I own the skywalker. Saga and I can watch those at the same time and and it doesn't necessarily have the same effect because we can watch it whenever this is something unique to December of two thousand nineteen this is as we're experiencing the lore. which again there are some of us like like you and I who will watch the cartoons and the TV shows and read the books and read the comments but there are are some people who only will take the movies or now the TV shows as that's all they know about wars and that's totally cool but at this point you know we saw in the Manda Laurean the child the baby iota used the force to heal somebody and a week later? We're watching the rise of skywalker skywalker. And we're seeing those same force. Power is being used and just from a serial point of view for storytelling. I I'm completely fascinated by. I'm really really excited that I can experience it this way and nobody else was going to experience it this way in now even now. We're we're staring at the New Year here in the next couple of days. People aren't going to be able to experience it that way anymore. Because it's already happened past and it's kind of a lightning in a bottle
"rizal" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Taco bring it like it's been Broughton come on polo. Doc. Oh nice. I'm might actually post that has a music video. There was so much switch again showing you to during that I it was it was actually a high quality. I might have to post on taco Tuesday a music video. Roll my eyes. Rizal's every time I went to you. But every time every time I play juice saying taco, your TV or you're on the on the video. So there you go. I'm going to have to pull it off the video that now make a special section the website that taco Tuesday song. How about a super sleekness section? No, maybe super salsa section. I see. Eight nine four one pags joepags dot com. Well, let's just finish up on the AFC crap pleased because we have to. With a new poll that's out by axios. Have you seen this? You have obviously there's some poll. I I don't believe it carried have you seen the number? You don't believe it to you. I find them. Very surprising. There's no way. If you would please from access as you said, the biggest political story since the election of Donald Trump's a sudden stark sustained rise, the political artist also known as a O C N Beto. The picture Representative Alexandria, Kazuyo cartoon Cortez and former Representative Eto Aurora or political and cultural phenomena when known by her initials, one by his first name like Drake or JFK or RG three both arose from nowhere seven months ago during the midterms and today are everywhere. Both are hotter than establishment Democrats on social platforms in among staffer wannabes. The press donors, and activist and new axios survey monkey poll finds seventy four percent of Democrats and people who lean democrat would consider voting for Cossio Cortez if she were old enough to run for president. She's twenty nine you have to be at least thirty-five that includes the seventeen say that number again, please please say the number again, seventy four percent of Democrats would consider voting for. Oh saints believe that. Down. I find that hard to believe seventy four percent. I think Democrats all wet on many topics. There's no way seventy four percent of them would consider voting for this person. I don't understand go ahead, please. That includes the seventeen percent who would definitely vote for her. So I'm Cohen survey monkeys chief research officer tells me these data show, the phenomenon Israel, she tops Senator Schumer in favorability among Democrats and overall nearly rivals speaker Pelosi and both embeds will continue to break through new cycles. Clogged by Muller, and the shutdown Okaz you'll Cortez described by Bloomberg BusinessWeek as the darling of the left nightmare of the right is driving an actual policy debate on taxes Medicare and free tuition last week. She taught a social media class told older house Dem's award Forty-six gets coverage for hitting the road ice solo road trip to fuel two thousand twenty buzz and shake off what he called a funk after losing to Senator Ted Cruz, but went democratic operative tells the New York Times some chafe at has Beto first politics. Near at hand. And president of the progressive center for American progress tells me both of them understand that people are tired of traditional politics and looking for authenticity. They both say what they believe unvarnished and connect directly with people. Be smart sounds a lot like President Trump a sign of our times pretty interesting, the word authentic and a guy named Robert Francis Aurora a fourth generation Irishman. Who calls himself bet though that that just doesn't ring true for of authenticity. Also, the idea that he somehow for people, and he's he's a letter an incredibly sterling life, and we know that he was in a an accident after driving drunk. He was arrested for that in the ninety s he according to the police report in the guy who reportedly against the guy who's in the actually with he tried to leave the scene of the accident. He has been a proponent of raising taxes. He's a proponent of calling the police Jim crow. He's a proponent of of I'm open to abolishing ice and somebody calling him authentic. Now carry there were suggesting that he comes off as authentic, I guess until you look into them, then they're not so much as far as her. I'd say she's authentically nuts. I would say there is authenticity to what she says. I think she believes what it is. She says. No matter how stupid it is. And I really need. I really truly think she believes what she saying. I do too. I think you're talking about authentic. You know, hey, the guys at the dentist and they're cleaning teeth, and he's talking to people or he's in in the drive through lane water burger, just like regular of Joe or Jane. And or he's skateboarding down the street. He so hip and cool something you don't see a lot of politicians do necessarily. He'll be fifty soon. Son, how authentic that is for animals fifty year old guy. But I get what you're saying. He's trying to come across as a regular Joe. He's not he's a millionaire, multimillionaire, he comes from a fluent family. Moms adjudged, your dad's a judge or something, and they were in the police or something many people have made the suggestion. I'm not. The reason why he didn't get the book thrown at them even worse for trying to leave the scene of a hit run crash. DUI crash. DWI crash is because of his connections. But look, I don't find that authentic to him getting his teeth cleaned. Often that to be stupid. And again, I am I willing to be in the wrong. Four million Texans voted for this clown. Thank goodness. From my my point of view, Ted Cruz one walking away, but it was way closer than it should have been. And now you've got people like Barack Obama trying to school Bethel on how to be even more in authentically authentic. I think of the to Alexandria, Cossio Cortez is exactly who she is. She never ever ever never never never never ever ever. Never never never never ever ever ever. Never never ever never ever should've won. 'cause she would look tending bar not knowing how to pay for an apartment living off, daddy's architecture money, whatever it's going to be that's still who she would have been. She does not have a place in the US house of representatives being that completely clueless on just about everything. So I do think she's authentic. I don't think that Iraq is I think putting those two of the same category. And they're almost twenty years apart in age. Do you think that they belong in the same category? Kerry. No. That out now. I mean, just because they they have remember or memorable first names or or hyphen. Our abbreviations R. They shaking it up or are. They just annoying. I think during I guess it depends on who you talk to. I I'm on the side of their annoying. It is eight eight eight nine four one pags joepags dot com. You go to the phone lines. People waiting to talk about a OC. It's Mary in Texas. Hi, mary. What's going on? Joe? Hey, yes. Well, let me tell you why nobody calls. This woman out. She uses delicate you you already nailed it. You can't really talk to her. She seldom accurate, but she's never in doubt. She comes on with this, energy and business are often. Ryan she wanted to stay to the emigrants and to the impoverished in this society. And so she is catering to these people and talk about profiling she's talking about people, profiling she profiled herself to fit this note. She and Beethoven boats are masters at that. I hear what you're saying. And you're right. She comes with women vigor, and she's definitely set in which is going to say, she says it with energy, and she's young and cute, and whatever, but still as a journalist or as somebody asking questions, why can't they just ask her a follow up? Well, wait a second. You say the world's going to end in twelve years where do you get that? Or you say that FaceTime is racially. Profiling us. How do you get there? Help me understand. Why can't they do that? Because she has one little factoid about broken end in twelve years. One study like any seller on anything if she is taking that thing to market, and everybody's gonna spend too much of their time Joe disapproving her. And but somebody needs to have the energy and spend the time actually doing it. But in the meantime, she's gathering all the steam because she is like the executor of an estate. She's promising people. I know it will do it in twelve years. But I think if seventy percent in taxes can be paid. I think I can save everything it makes absolutely no sense. But she is millennials particularly an immigrants want to believe this joke because they are like children who mommy, daddy or paying for everything and the little money that they do are in themselves that they're supposed ring. Come. She wants everything paid for by everybody since she's acting like the executor of the state so now pick and choose do you want the. A good parent or the conservative. Parents. Do you want the benefactor parent or do you want the one who's gonna make you stay in line? And that is what she is doing with this norm is energy. And she is convinced as you said that she's got it. All right. What was she's convinced? He's easily dispelled and she's easily. She's easily proven wrong is that these people should turn in their journalism cards, and and just stop pretending not even trying Mary. Good stuff. I appreciate you. Open line now. Eight eight eight nine four one pags joepags dot com. More of your phone calls when we come back. Also, the supreme court today made a ruling about transgenders in the military carries got that story and much more. When we come back stay here..
"rizal" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Under story and if you can see those yellow dots those are the young seedlings established within the network of the old mother trees in a single forest a mother tree can be connected to hundreds of other trees we have found that mother trees will send their excess carbon through the micro rizal network to the story seedlings we've associated with increased seedling survival by four times now we know we all favor our own children and i wondered could douglas fir recognize its own kin so we set about an experiment we grew mother trees with kinen strangers seedlings and it turns out they do recognize there can mother trees colonize their kin with bigger mica rizal networks they send them more carbon below ground they even reduce their own route competition to make elbow room for their kids when mother trees are injured or dying they also send messages wisdom onto the next generation of seedlings and these have increased the resistance of those seedlings to future stuff of it's almost like like with these trees and especially with the mother trees are doing it's almost like a selfless act will it seems like the at the surface but when you start digging down into the multiple interactions going on in the forest it's not really a selfless act because trees need a complex a diverse community to thrive in they need you know other plants that can cycle nutrients mark quickly or that can access nutrients in different niches they need other neighbors that are resistant to insects and diseases so it's actually in their self interest to be sharing these resources with their neighbors to make sure their neighbors their diverse community is vibrant because that feeds back to them and then they're more vibrant and healthy yeah it's it's almost like they they need each other yes i think you know when way for us to think about this we live in communities of doctors and teachers and people that are running the coffee shops and bakers and there's a whole range of skills that make a thriving community we need each other if you take away the baker then we've got no bread if we take away the banker where do we get our money so it's the same in a forest there's all these different species and they're all part of this holistic functioning ecosystem the have a role to play just like in our human communities and if you lose one of those key individuals than the whole thing has to reorganize itself to make up for what's missing forest aren't simply collections of trees their complex systems with hubs and networks that overlap and connect trees and allow them to communicate and they provide avenues for feedbacks and adept tation and this makes the forest resilient that's because there are many hub trees many overlapping networks but there are also vulnerable because humphries are not unlike riverton an airplane you can take out one or two and the plane still flies well you take out one too many or maybe that one holding on the wings and the whole system collapses well you know what the great thing about forests as complex systems is they have enormous capacity to self heal and our recent experiments we found with retention of hub trees every generation to have diversity of species and genes and gino types that these micro rizal over.
"rizal" Discussed on TED Radio Hour
"Under story and if you can see those yellow dots those are the young seedlings established within the network of the old mother trees in a single forest a mother tree can be connected to hundreds of other trees we have found that mother trees will send their excess carbon through the mica rizal network to the under story seedlings and we've associated with increased seedling survival by four times now we know we all favor our own children and i wondered could douglas fir recognize its own kin so we set about an experiment we grew mother trees with kin and strangers seedlings and it turns out they do recognize their kin mother trees colonized their kin with bigger mica rizal networks they send them more carbon below ground they even reduce their own route competition to make elbow room for their kids when mother trees are injured or dying they also send messages wisdom onto the next generation of seedlings and these have increased the resistance of those seedlings to future stresses it's it's almost like like what these trees in especially with the mother trees are doing it's almost like a selfless act we'll it seems like the at the surface but when you start digging down into the multiple interactions going on in the forest it's not really a selfless act because trees need a complex where a diverse community to thrive in they need other plants that can cycle nutrients more quickly or that can access nutrients in different niches they need other neighbors that are resistant to insects and diseases so it's actually in their self interest to be sharing these resources with their neighbors to make sure their neighbors their diverse community is vibrant because that feeds back to them and then they're more vibrant and healthy yeah it's it's almost like they need each other yes i think when way for us to think about this we live in communities of doctors and teachers and people that are running the coffee shops and bakers and there's a whole range of skills that make a thriving community we need each other if you take away the baker then we've got no bread if we take away the banker where do we get our money so it's the same in a forest there's all these different species and they're all part of this holistic functioning ecosystem they all have a role to play just like in our human communities and if you lose one of those key individuals than the whole thing has to reorganize it self to make up for what's missing aren't simply collections of trees their complex systems with hubs and networks that overlap and connect trees and allow them to communicate and they provide avenues for feedbacks at uptaken and this makes the forest resilient that's because there are many hub trees and many overlapping networks but they're also vulnerable because hug trees are not unlike rivets in an airplane you can take out one or two and the plane still flies but you take out one too many or maybe that one holding on the wings and the whole system collapses well you know what the great thing about force as complex systems because they have enormous capacity to self heal in our recent experiments we've found with retention of hub trees every generation to have diversity of species and genes and gino types that these micro.
"rizal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The soil and these funky can connect we can string in a big mesh can string plant roots together so plants plugging into to a big network in some types and the type that i've been studying they grow actually into the root and into the cells so it's it's a close relationship this intimate underground relationship helps the fungi to exchange nutrients with the plant and vice versa they would be passing phosphorus nitrogen into the plant and receiving in return sugars from the plant and this is what we returned the woodward said affectionate time but but the common market rizal networks is is a more technical term and that's when you have these multiple plants connected by a given fungus or several given fungi nutrients can pass between plants by these networks also signals signaling compounds can pass via the funky between plants and so this will allow plants to communicate certain things between each other via the fungal networks the worldwide web really captured the imagination of the crowd science team so much so that we've created an animation all about it narrated by our very own money chesterton which you can watch on our website it is a beautiful thing if i do say so myself and here is a sneak peek plugging into the fungal network trees secretly talking trading and waging war on one another plants also use funky to send messages if they're attacks they can release chemical signals through their rates which can the neighbors to raise their defenses head over to the crowd science web page bbcworldservicecom forward slash crowd science to watch the full film you won't regret it now you just heard money talking about plants sending messages to each other but how do they do this these studies have happened where people grow they group broad bean plants connects by fungus or not connected by fungus and then the exposed to bean plants to two pets to airfields and when exposed to asia's plants up regulate and immune a defensive response they produce chemicals which which summon a wasp which eats the and they'll say wait so they have like a bodyguard of wasp it will come in defended yeah this is a whole other relationship here is like pulling the fire brigade but they found the plants that were connected by network before they'd been attacked by the feds would send out these alarm signals and would start defending themselves so does these early warning of attack that seemed to be passing through this network so they can alert other plants to the presence of potentially attack is exactly and who's alerting here's what we don't we don't know what the class deliberately alerting whether the fungus is deliberately alerting we don't know whether they're they're receiving planted like wiretapping where the agency is but the result is that clients receive an early warning of attack how did the broad bean plants summoned wasps they release a volatile components the air the detracts the wasps and then what does the worst gal is it because the what can eat the food yeah yeah it's like a dinner bell exactly exactly so it depends on it because it needs to specific types of insect to eat and the benefits because it's getting defended merlin says that the discovery of these subterranean fungal networks has completely changed the way we think about plans if you look at a group of plants or forest is not just a collection of individual plants that are growing next to each other these plants are engaged in the big tangled sharing networked underground relationship i was thinking to the bit like if you were an extraterrestrial ethnography be studying humans for very long time and you've been observing them anthropologists does and you only just discovered that we had something called the internet and you think oh what have i been doing for the last ten years this will change stage and so it's a bit like this i think for contemporary biologists and ecologists who are trying to understand how plants relate to each other merlin sheldrick was in the first program that we made on whether plants can talk but after we broadcast that one we got a bunch of further questions on the topic from you listeners just like this one high crowd science my name is lauren and i'm from bermuda after listening to your program ken plans talk i wanted to know whether plans communicate with each other about sex sex is certainly worth talking about reproducing with a member of the opposite sex can help species to adapt to new environments by creating new combinations of genes but what was it.
"rizal" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"I don't think that way but he's basically saying forgiveness prayer all that stuff can be helpful i i think we can't just chalk it up to faith i think you have to be reasonable and like we should probably get out but pray for him well what i gathered advices i mean if you to me it's like now now now then what else is alarming means happened before now you might beat you even worse but just keep praying for but that's that's that's not real that would be a christian thing though it's not real though but it's it's an act of faith i mean criminal prayed mean it's rizal forgave and prayed for the people that you know put him on the cross or that would be the idea pray for your idea of your enemy that's a christian thing right yeah but also in in the real world if a woman in the real world we're talking we are just because he's a christian you stop the by the rules he doesn't what he's doing is does he not for no no he's he's giving her her spiritual counsel there's no law that says i have to tell the law he's you don't think it's fair for me go keep praying for them you talk you my i might do that i'm not going to criticize him for saying his faith is is essentially pray pray love your enemy turn the other cheek and pray for and forgive your enemy forget that's a christian doctrine so i'm not sure why he when he was saying that he lost his job i don't get it you know i i would personally that's largely i'm be like well you might want to police yeah and report but this is domestic violence is you know pretty common unfortunately and complicated also stuff what he's saying that didn't it sound like he's sort of just making up that story because i don't like it but all stories stories have made up right to an extent everything's a narrative and you get and just because the story is made up in the bible or in a book or an.
"rizal" Discussed on Science in Action
"Important for women and for developing fetuses zinc is important for fetal development you need to make sure that developing babies have sufficient sources of these micronutrients divide emmens are water soluble we need them on a regular basis full late for example is known to be associated with a whole range of adverse birth consequences in the fetus if the supplies insufficient so the consequences would be very large so inadequate supply of beef items micronutrients have profound and adverse impacts on our health that makes i mean i can see one of these changes are important but i don't understand is why sia to level trains it should affect the kinds of nutrients of grain of rice kohl's so we're not quite sure exactly what is happening in the plans but there are a number of possibilities as professor e by told me that simple way to explain particularly the the pro team the iron and the sink is that with higher concentrations of co two plants grow faster they don't necessarily absorb more nutrients so there's a change in the plant physiology with higher co two that results in more starches and less protein and less micronutrients for the b vitamins it appears there's a competition with nitrogen and nitrogen is important for forming the bvitamins so what you're seeing is higher concentrations of co two changing plant physiology in ways that are detrimental to humans so vice is the primary food source of over two billion people and this could have quite drastic consequences on a large proportion of the world's population be interesting to see how that goes i mean is this kind of changed limited to rizal have people been looking at other kinds of food crops so climate change not only impacts.
"rizal" Discussed on The Nutrition Heretic
"Than you are human and they in the micro guide more function than you do so the question is are we what is human right and are you are you just a transport vehicle for these micro really and so i think we have to look at our enter code system which is micro about ambient out of eagle system in it is the interaction between these two systems and when they are unbalancing in harmony and communicating well then are what we think of is our human body functions well and so this is the interesting thing is if you if you look at health and javadi these everything's it not from a self centered standpoint from an ego centric standpoint but from a eagle list in other words can i take care of the extra environment and the interim families take care of my micro bottle it's take care of the outer environment in if i do that then i get the health right so it's a change it's kind of the whole thing on its head and you know you mentioned the micro out in the soil i think this is this is what we're missing where we've destroyed micr about in in a lot of the soils and it's the micro about in the slows that really dictate the health of any living system that comes from the soil right and does mike about the seas well strolling that in rivers in although the bodies of water and it it actually ties into the vegan vegetarian thing which is kinda funny because you know there's this idea that that we shouldn't be eating animals rice and this includes bugs because they technically are animals and so but what's really interesting is that the the plants eat animals he bucks right said they should might have there's this michael rizal communication or or relationship meaning that they're sponge i in the soil that communicate with the plant but the let's say it's a daniela whatever right there's a relationship there and the the fungi actually help secrete acids in the break down these these bugs that will then be consumed by the plant.
"rizal" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Gun i dunno oscillators haven't thought that through at all that's because everybody's going bananas in saying that somehow trump suggested every teacher needs to be armed no right now most campuses in this country are gunfree zones all that is being proposed is that that's not going to be the case anymore so that people teachers coaches staff that are concealed carry the a holders that have that permit can conceal carry on campus that doesn't mean a locked safe in the classroom that doesn't mean it's going to be sitting on top of their desk that means that responsible people who have a concealed carry permit can take their gun to school i don't see what the big deal as people are going absolutely apoplectic about this suggestion i and i don't get it anwar their oriented i know rizal's vr or is because the sideshow here with politicians and especially in florida where they are not going to lift a finger to do anything they're not going to change a damn thing and public they'll pay for it at the ballot at because people have it had enough of this uh the the the insulation that they find themselves in the isolation and insulation uh there without it being reasonable um at first there was a discussion about bob stocks and now i see uh in one of the florida papers that i'm looking at this morning that they are accusing the president of betrayal because the gun owners got him elected advocates got him elected and now he's talking about banning bump stocks i have it on good authority that um dana lash who is the spokesper listen for the.
"rizal" Discussed on Young House Love Has A Podcast
"It doesn't work is just loud it has no volume control and it really does it do much i guess i should say he loves it he loves it and it's the single most sledgehammer abol toy i've ever on like an ever wish violence upon a toys might it might be meeting in early demise and the other irony is that the robot our daughter got would've been great for him we thought it'd be to advance but it's very easy for three and a half year old or a seven year old with so yeah netted so we're gonna play a round of what's not this is where i give sherry a list of things in a certain category all are real except for one she has to tell me what's real and what's not and i figured everyone is begging to know what is trending in 2018 i would like to know as well and who we all turned to pinterest oh that's a getaway rain they know what people are searching right yes so we actually did this last year because pinterest does what they called the pinterest one hundred which are the top trends to try in the coming year and they go across all categories like travel fashion beauty all that but these are five from the home category okay sets based on what people are searching unconscious the most yes only four real one is fake and so you just have to tell me what's the faker at that number one the color sage i believe that is definitely trending lot of lower cabinet tackling sage with open shelving a light subway tail number two two razzano floors yes people love to rizal floors it's a specifics.
"rizal" Discussed on Movin 92.5
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"rizal" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Monday game with stoke which rizal's yes so why not put stoke on sunday with the west ham mm while mansard why not why not make stoked the late game the sunday game should always be like man u liverpool main six because you have to have that but well famine wofford come on it sucks a monday nobody's going to watch any way people are at work stove in brighton hove who cares yeah so i mean start at eight o'clock at night england been england seven o'clock i think eleven here out here it's like eleven o'clock eleven am the people are not home faisal's get into hockey i know enough about saga as i'm just glad that we came back there is something new though for las vegas for soccer las vegas lights named their first said coach jose luiz sanchez hold of an open tryout yet to submerge ninth i believe open try out um to be determined where they try out ids i want to talk with his coach really quick gi coach in the mls and he was released from his position for his conduct from the field being too bold lick brash ouch uh yonezawa say she this i i know something about she this that it happened in analysts while the biggest reasons why that had disbanded is because they fired all the american player yeah they they were not they were being uh you know racist race uh now fire all these mark i remember that that hold they hire only mexican players to play on cheetah's yet because its own by she was guadalajara you have me which is like legit legit as a business owner like this what does it title 9'0 with i don't know what the labour laws are ready i don't know what they're called lasagna discrimination laws you have it at like if you feel your front office with white people college kids right these could employ a a completely mexican team at your business you get a run and how you want yeah you know like at.
"rizal" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio
"Just one hello have dr gray and with all the time communicable election the invited the to the big money male candidates so hopefully open time has said that it but this is never the case in any mayoral election all amirul candidates have been invited prior to just now entering mayoral elections prior to general mattis rear election piracy unique being a campaign slogan in a local election they let algorithmic televised debate but nakas they made sure of the math people do not platforming reparation and just enough about and then also kept the people the closed on his own supporters of the big money candidates and so get this part of africa means it's squashed our movement the big money deploying forces in know release national more yards on a holding secret i mean that was just like you know the the ruling class other enormous because this campaign is hidden from every angle admitted only gets better than there because now the talking about shattered and core and you know what insolvency law elections rac new candidates have the composition of muscle cells about how they're in a police captain community war and have no who's a me the federal prison was going to have the bigger room on netflix back people such denounced have rizal action.
"rizal" Discussed on AM 920 The Answer
"We have presence on multiple social media so if you remember outta spill it last name h e n s s eliot are you can fight dan facebook instagram there's probably are everywhere yeah i wouldn't be surprised where you might find this but anyway so let's get back to the business of answering some financial questions el miller from ac worth says my motherinlaw recently came into a substantial amount of money from a lawsuit settlement ma wife and our concern that many of the estranged members of the family will come out of the woodwork to support your wealth we want to start talking with her about an estate plan to protect her and of course make the division of her newfound wealth go according to her wishes wants she dies can you give us some key areas to look at dinner what you've got sure well i mean there are a you know everyone especially if you have wealth should be a shed have an estate plan in place in those you know that's going to include wells possibly at trust durable power of attorneys and healthcare proxies in it's not just for the distribution of wealth rizal tax purposes it's correct yeah it can help with where the assets all be will go after you pass away does help the non it also helps you if you become incapacitated in you know and you can't handle your own affairs then someone can take over for your for you financially and help you in.
"rizal" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM
"Feel like there's been a lot happening with do you think the viewed for awhile do you think the morning of that day he was able to brush without getting toothpaste outlive rizal he's good enough rushing its teeth that's where we different of yeah i mean i've i've been very frustrated on the courts with you no i mean in tv right absolutely it gets to the point where you're like how did any of these people have jobs but then it's some point you have to just scale holy crap this isn't brain surgery but why i've never seen lawrence who battle show but he he looks humorless has f it doesn't i don't see anything in the parts that they show of him on the air throwing to and from clips that makes me want to tune into his show now does this look good in is horrible he does see miserable seemed like a miserable hour that's for sure whether they way we're at a time now dow now what are minutes i'll give you a little bit more of you what i mean i want a little more okay what did he out the goddamn control woman find out where this is going on it's either there or there or out there somewhere the woman talking in my year was talking about the labor day special repeatedly every time we went to waste sought that sound on tape by the way kosher out of control that'd be thrown paper now i love it in the new sheriff of maricopa county from beach or pyo joins us next utter a wire bother to say how to cut the slots one you don't do it i just don't i don't know why i five is okay so now he's got the lady in his ear he's got the hair rig right now he is given specific instructions to its staff on how he wanted an interview edited ed they did it completely different and now he's trying to clean up from vat so now we have to trace those stupid goddamn entrails that you allowed him to stick out there jesus christ crazy ciled coming in my years can stupid hammering i told you why i.
"rizal" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"And you're realize or maybe not show one dead multiple injuries as vendors says there was a lot of a lot of rain in recent days and weeks some flooding in that area in the ohio state fair says hey you are inspectors spent a lot of time over the last week or so checking the these rides yeah i know when we were kids were on these rizal a time you have kids and you again presumed the best now your children and if you're listening i know that your kids if they're under let's say age seven are probably not on a lot of these high octane adrenalinefilled riots like the one that benders talking about yeah there was a church fair down the street from us uh couple of months ago we i took i put my foreign twoyearold's on the most innocuous simple oh good there's a little rollercoaster that goes around and there's no up down to okay that i think outlets yeah and you know something i remember there i was a little amusement park at our near our home and are not out our home it would be sort of weird if we had an invasion paragraph hours neverland yeah but it was close enough that we would go i'm going to say we'd go every couple of months and i remember the feeling as a kid the excited feeling i got getting in these little boats the boats were the ones that were attached and they judged when around in a circle they didn't go up and down as bender says there was no kind of additional element apart from them going around in a circle but when you were a kid you're sitting there in the water this thing is a little boat and you're are in it i remember there were choose seats in much me and my sister were sitting there and i recall being excited about it and they're a bunch of reid's just like that you know but when you get to be an older boyer girl you're looking for a little more juice and that's when you get up into some of these rise and clearly at this ohio state fair it was one of those rods that that went bad oh j simpson the museum can you imagine it well you won't have.
"rizal" Discussed on The Futur
"From the basque people ends tuition ahar however use you know deal it by the time you're out of here in four years or three years are forever it you could be here for 10 years and not pay as much as a up right a school or whatever as rizal ii think it's a really need concept that but you know i could see where it comes i loved your talk about like going in talking to your heroes and paying them to hang around them for for tangara in yepit's got a little bit of that going on it's got a little bit of you know it's you you're also solving the physical person in the ruined room problem that i'm trying to solve but you're just solving it by making a physical ruehe rightly that so great it's that's one of the things that real schools kind of have the ira online dozen umiii dig it man of excited and of course their green arcade earned know the exact right guy to call to help out you know you're pinball machines right outside the door i got two of them here you a there's all that you know linda sold her company for i think a little over 1 and a half billion dollars and then i think she went into retirement instantly afterwards right housing omega i just beginning of the dream yeah that's not the exit that was just the beginning of the next arc because what can i do with a quarter of v attentive that would be freaking mindblowing because i'm not in it to make prophet i'm in it to create the community like you you're saying that we all want and deserve in this could be like finland in the unitedstatesyou know where it's super formal tarma10x value at 110th lowcost we would have these weird capsule dorm jesus come in crash total european lifestyle come in and learn and leave whenever you want it's just not attached to anything to dino about hyper island i could you hear leads same welli don't know anything about it soi am i.