Hello, my name is Salma Khuky. I build highways and
bridges for government of Bangladesh, and this is my story In our country for a lady to become an
engineer is itself a story. People still are not used to encounters, I should
say, of a lady engineer. Our lady engineers were more or less working on the desk jobs. I approached my administration office and I asked
that I wanted to work in Dhaka field office and they got like surprised, ‘how dare you?’, because
you know, the engineering business, it involves the contractor, the social political parties
and the local community because it’s a huge money involving business. So our senior officers, they told me it is
not suitable for you, you can’t, and I fought, I convinced everybody, yes, I want to do it, let me show, let me try,
if I fail, then you were right, if I succeed, then we all are right. That time, because I was so
challenged that I felt that I need the knowledge and I felt that I need the support, then I
applied for the Australia Award Scholarship I had to face a very, very competitive selection
process, I had to go through that and I was lucky. I did my masters on engineering management
from the business school of University of Western Sydney, it was a one year course
and really I enjoyed my course, I learnt so many cutting edge theories
and recommendations??, I met the industrial people there, I was really
adding value on my career. It opened my perception, it opened my
understanding it gave me a new perspective. I finished the course in 2012 an I joined
here, in my department again I worked as an executive engineer, it’s
a midlevel post and I have thirty people around working currently under my office. Salma is very courageous and she can be
a role model to the other female officers, maybe even to the other male officers
of this department. She was one of the pioneers, who worked in the field divisions
of roads and highway department as a subdivisional engineer, which I think
most of our lady colleagues do not get the courage to work there. Ladies have common issues, common problems
across the profession, across the continent across the world, we have common issues,
but in our country, countries like ours these issues are more aggravating,more
urgent. Even??? women have launched a target for all the women professionals
by 2030 it will be 50/50, step up 50/50 in every profession, in every country,
so I trim off 50/50, step it up by 2030.
Nobody doesn’t love Europa. Let me back up. When we think of places you might find life
we typically think of the goldilocks zone around a star where water would be liquid
in its natural state, and if you get a little too close to the star heat would evaporate
the water and you don’t have it anymore, it’s gone—too far away it would freeze and neither
of those states of H2O are useful to life as we know it. We need liquid water. So you can establish this green zone, this
habitable zone, this goldilocks zone where if you find a planet orbiting there, hey there’s
a good chance it could have liquid water. Let’s look there first for life as we know
it. Now, it turns out that this source of heat,
of course, is traceable to the sun, and if you go farther out everything would or should
be frozen, all other things being equal. But Europa, a moon of Jupiter sitting well
outside of the goldilocks zone, is kept warm. Not from energy sources traceable to the sun,
but from what we call the tidal forces of Jupiter itself. So Jupiter and surrounding moons are actually
pumping energy into Europa. And how does it do that? As Europa orbits Jupiter its shape changes. It’s not fundamentally different from tides
rising and falling on earth. The shape of the water system of the earth
is responding to tidal forces of the moon and when you do that to a solid object, the
solid object is stressing and because of this a consequence of this is that you are pumping
energy into the object. It is no different from when you say, anyone
who’s familiar with racquet sports, indoor racquet sports, it could be racquetball or
squash, you say “let’s warm up the ball before we start playing.” You want to hit it around a few times. You are literally warming up the ball. It’s not just simply “let’s get loose,”
it’s, you are literally warming up the ball. How? You are distorting it every time you smack
it and then the resilience of the ball pops it back into shape, and every time you do
that, every smack you’re pumping energy into the ball. That’s not fundamentally different from what’s
going on in orbit around Jupiter. So you have this frozen world Europa, completely
frozen on its surface, but you look at the surface and there are cracks in the ice. There are ridges in the ice where there’s
a crack and it’s shifted and then re-froze. So this ridge has a discontinuity in the crack
and it continues in another place. So what this tells you is that Europa cannot
be completely frozen because if it were nothing would be moving. You look at the surface of Europa, the frozen
surface, there are like ice chunks that are like shifted and refrozen and shifted again. It looks just like if you fly over the Arctic
Ocean. Fly over the Arctic Ocean in the winter these
are ice sheets that are breaking and refreezing all the time. It’s the same signature as that. So all of us are convinced that beneath this
icy surface is an ocean of liquid water and there’s no reason to think it wouldn’t have
been liquid for billions of years. On earth where we find liquid water we find
life. Wherever we find liquid water we find life. Even places like the Dead Sea—why did anybody
call it a Dead Sea? Because the microscope hadn’t yet been invented. Sure maybe there’s no macroscopic vertebrate
fishes, but microbes have no problems thriving in practically any condition under which you
would find liquid water. So what this means is not only do we have
a source of heat outside of the goldilocks zone, we have conditions under which life
could be thriving, and knowing that this is possible has completely broadened the net
that we are casting in search for life in the universe. No longer is it “let’s find a 72 degree
tidal pond and see life forming there,” no, life is pretty hearty and if it takes
liquid water that may be the other place in the solar system that is teeming with some
form or another of life. So yeah we all want to go to Europa, period. We’ve got to go ice fishing though, because
you’ve got to cut a hole or melt a hole, you’ve got to get there somehow because the sheet
of ice by some estimates are several kilometers thick, and so it will take some effort to
get through that, which we haven’t really fully figured out yet. But it’s an engineering problem not a science
problem. So a clever engineer should be able to figure
that one out. One of the challenges of mounting a mission
to Europa is that we don’t yet really know how to dig through the ice yet. And yet there are other missions to the outer
planets and their moons that we know how to do and yet we haven’t ever done before. So one of the challenges we face in my field
and surely other sciences is there’s a mission you want to mount, an experiment you want
to conduct but it’s expensive and you don’t really know how to do it yet, but it’s tantalizing,
whereas there are other experiments where you know how to conduct the experiment and
you’ve never done it before so there’s a higher sort of return on that investment and a more
immediate return. So you’re always jockeying these two ways
you might be spending limited resources. So we all want to go to Europa but sensibly
it might not be the first or second or even third of the missions to the moons of the
outer planets because it poses special challenges to us, not only to our science but especially
to our engineering. And by the way, Europa is not the only one
of these moons in the outer solar system that is kept warm by these sort of title stress
forces, there are other moons that feel the same influx of energy. So for example, Io, that’s the innermost moon
of Jupiter that suffers from this phenomenon even more. And that moon is so hot there are volcanoes
erupting from within. It is rendered molten, whatever solid parts
of that moon there are, so in fact the most volcanically active place in the solar system
is Io, one of the moons of Jupiter. And we don’t know how to sustain life under
temperatures that hot, but it’s a reminder that if you’re looking for sources of energy
we no longer need to be anchored to a host star in our search for life in the universe.
(yells) (dramatic rock music) – Oh, hi there. You smell that? Smells like my hometown. (upbeat rock music) – We put the ass in Texas. – God damn it, Ned. (upbeat music) (light music) – Welcome to Austin, Texas. The best city in the United States. – [Ned] Today, the Try
Guys are the Travel Guys. – We’re gonna be experiencing
culture, food, recreation and night life. – So because Austin is Eugene’s hometown, Eugene created the itineraries. That means Eugene is gonna succeed over us even more this episode. But I’m gonna do my best
to take that spotlight! – [Eugene] We’re going to get makeovers. We’re gonna try some breakfast tacos. We’re actually gonna
have a live podcast here at South by Southwest, see all the sights, we’re gonna visit Dirty Sixth, the iconic going out spot in town. We’re gonna try some barbecue. And we’re gonna show you exactly how Austin is weird in every
beautiful, magical, cool way possible. – Look at that skyline! Have you ever, can you believe it? I had four cups of coffee
because it is early! (dramatic music) – We are here on Lady Bird Lake. Austin is known to be a
very fit and active city. So, of course, I made everyone get up super early this morning so we can go kayak on the Colorado River. Everyone’s really excited about this. – Yeah. I like kayaking. I don’t like waking up. – Kayaking! My mom’s favorite activity. – I didn’t take my
Dramamine, know what I mean? (upbeat music) – People have a certain stereotype
about the American South and Austin defies every
single one of them. Stroke, stroke. – Look, I grew up in New York. I don’t have a wonderful
impression of Texas. Oh, it’s dripping on my pants. – There’s all these
festivals here all the time but I’m excited to just
get to know the people. Find out why they like it here. – I’m very excited to be here during the week of South by Southwest. – This is their first ever
live podcast recording. Ladies and gentlemen,
please welcome the Try Guys. – But I’m also trying to figure out what makes Austin weird. – We’re gonna do a race. We’re gonna go from here all the way past that dock, okay? – Okay.
– Race? – Liberal Mecca. Food trucks, Tex-Mex. And I can’t wait to get
weird inside of Austin. Also my dad’s here. Three, two, one, go. – All right, we’re going
back to shore, yeah? – Going back to shore.
– Okay, sick. And we are going home! (upbeat country music) Thank you.
– Beautiful. – Thank you. – Hey, guys, welcome to Cavender’s. I’m Dillon Deckert, nice to meet you. We’ve been around since 1965. We’re still family owned
and operated to this day. – You’re basically gonna help us today with a Western makeover.
– Cool. – [Eugene] What do you think
is the most important item? – I think we get you into a sweet pair of cowboy boots today. We gotta find the boot that fits you. – It’s like finding a wand. – Yes.
– In Harry Potter. The wand has to choose you.
– Yeah, sure, sure. Let’s start over there. – Let’s boot scoot boogie. – [Eugene] Keith, your puns
are out of control in Texas. – [Keith] Well, I’m familiar with all of the songs I heard growing up. – Wow, look at all these boots! Oh my god! – So we have over 8000 pairs
of boots in this location. They do anything from
what I would consider a basic Western boot, been around forever. But they get into some crazy things too, like this horse power. Ostrich print vamp with a green top to it. – I probably falsely assumed that cowboy boots would be very conservative. – [Dillon] You’re not alone in that. – I mean, you know,
girls in my high school would go to prom in boots. – Oh, sure.
– Yeah, so there were always tons of fashion boots. – By the way, Ned, this to
down there is all your size. – Really? – So this aisle–
– Whoa. – Becky would kill me
if I brought this home. So looks like I’m about to die. This is ridiculous looking. – So the best way to start delineating is picking out a toe style you like. This is gonna be your
typical Western toe boot. This is a seven toe. It’s what John Wayne used
in a lot of their movies. – Less rounded, more like angle. – Absolutely. It’s a little bit more punchy,
as we would say in Texas. – I want to see what boot,
can you hike those up? – Sure, absolutely. This is a real Mercedes. They’re made handmade in Mercedes, Texas. Came in crocodile vamp.
(sensual music) – [Eugene] Yeah, that’s like
a little surprise under the– – Yeah, exactly. – So do you always wear
the bootcut down over, ’cause it’s like you’re hiding the beauty. – Sure, sure. I get that. Every once in a while, get
wild and throw a dress on and hit the town.
(Eugene laughs) – The main part of the boot
that’s gonna show, though, is this bottom.
– Yes. – This is gonna kinda be a
little hidden treat for just. – [Dillon] Right, for you. Exactly.
– After hours. – That’s a treat for you.
– After hours. – [Zach] Does he need different jeans? Those won’t fit over a boot, right? – [Dillon] So we will have to get you into some different jeans
if we want ’em to fit over. Too skinny!
– Too skinny for a cowboy. – Too skinny for a cowboy. – [Eugene] I think I’m interested in a classic cowboy Stetson, wool felt style. Something that–
– Sure. – [Zach] Do you have children’s hats? – We have children’s hats,
but I think we’re gonna get you set up with a real deal adult hat. – Okay.
– We run the gambit of head sizes in our crew.
– So we’re looking about 24 inches. – Wow, we’re finally
gonna know definitively how different that our heads are. – About 21-and-a-half. – Three-and-a-half inches bigger. (beeping)
– So to give y’all an idea about how different your head sizes are, those are kinda the opposite
ends of the spectrum when it comes to the sizes
that we have available. – We knew it. You know, I think I’m
digging this dark chocolate. – We can actually change
the shape on these. – Really?
– And then what do you call this style?
(Eugene laughs) Yeah, this fits perfect. So this is a style that I’m into. This one’s a little big. – Do you have any idea
who made that hat style popular that particular–
– Zach Kornfeld. – Little guy by the name
of Lyndon B. Johnson. – Lyndon B.!
– Yeah. – Husband of Lady Bird.
– Yeah. – Eugene, do we like Lyndon B. Johnson? – Yeah, Lyndon B. Johnson’s all right. – Like, I know this city
does, but what did he do? – He took over after
Kennedy was assassinated. We’ll talk about it later. – I need something near my crotch to let people know that I’m serious. (laughing) You know? – So buckles really, what they are is they’re showing off winners. Guys win their belt buckles. So they were made for you. – [Keith] Maybe one with a pig on it or something with an animal or a chicken. – No, no chicken. But we do have our bulls and horses. – Horses.
– Horses. – I thought you didn’t like horses, Keith. – I don’t like when girls love horses because a girl who loves a horse will never love anyone
more than that horse. And I can’t have that. I need to be number one. But I appreciate the majesty of a horse. They’re very sexual beings. I want to put the horse near my horse. (laughs) – Could we see some big ‘ol horse options?
– Sure, absolutely. This has to be the most
impressive belt buckle that turns the most eyes.
– Oh my goodness. – We got bullrider, we
got the rubies in here. They’re gonna see you
coming from a mile, cowboy. – It makes you seem taller. – You said that people
earn their belt buckles. I’m not a bullrider. But I am Keith. I think this is the right call. This looks good.
– That looks great. – Yeah, I love this. (upbeat country music) (whip cracking) (dinging) – All right, boys, you ready
to go to the next stop? – Let’s hit the town.
– First we gotta pay for this. – Oh, yeah.
– I gotta give you my card. – Sounds like a plan.
– Do you take cash? (dramatic music) – Hello, welcome the to Tamale
House in East Austin, Texas. The Tamale House has
been around since 1958. So we’ve been dishing out some
good homecooked Mexican food for many, many years. My name is Diane Valera and
I’m the mom of this operation. – You’re our mom? – Of course. Once you walk into that
door, this is your home. And I adopt you. – I’m sure the other boys
here are very curious about what is it with
Austin and breakfast tacos? (overlapping chattering) Who invented the breakfast taco? – Abuelitas invented the breakfast taco. It was a food that grandmas and moms made to feed
their kids in the home. Some of it was by necessity. It’s like what do you have in the fridge? What can you feed your kids? – My grandfather had one of
the first tortilla factories and so as a child, we
would grab a tortilla and my mother would
make the potato and egg or whatever there was. And it’s just a meal of love because you can grab
anything that you like. Whether it’s cold or hot, they’re good. You use a tortilla and you
can put anything inside of it. – [Eugene] Take one. You want to clap? – Yes.
(claps) In today’s vlog is we’re eating
different kinds of tacos. (giggles)
– Yeah, that’s, I mean, you pretty much handled it. – So let’s get going. My name is Jax, I’m six years
old and what’s your name? – My name’s Eugene, but
you already know me. – Yep. – Okay, we need to just say this. Eugene and Jax met on the
airplane on the way here. – So I just met my new best friend. Introduce yourself. – My name is Jax. – This is the first child that Eugene has ever taken a liking to. We don’t know what’s happening. But we’re just gonna let it ride ’cause something’s weird’s
going on and I love it. – And you guys are both from Pflugerville.
– Now he likes he kids. That’s why he likes me. – [Ned] What? Eugene likes kids?
– Yeah. – You weren’t supposed to tell anybody. That was a secret. – Character growth. – [Jax] We’re introducing the tacos now. – [Carmen] So that’s Mom’s Migas Taco. Made in specialty. – Jax, you get first bite. (Eugene laughs) – Yum.
– Nailed it. – Yum, yum! – I mean, you know what?
– You know what’s true, in Texas you eat them with your hands. – It’s like corn sauce
inside of chicken and bun. – Yeah, it’s kinda like corn sauce inside of chicken and bun. That’s what I was going to say. These don’t taste eggy. Like you’d expect them to taste super eggy but the flavors are really balanced. – What’s next?
– All right. – So this is just a
traditional breakfast taco. – [Eugene] There we go. (laughing)
– I mean. He nailed it.
– The flour tortilla’s just so soft and pillowy.
– Wow. – That’s delicious.
– That adds so much flavor. – When I grew up, I’d have
breakfast tacos twice a week. – [Keith] These feel like
something you crush for us. – [Zach] This is just perfect bacon. – Next taco, please. – Crispy!
– Oh. – [Carmen] We’re moving into lunch now. – Oh, wow. – What a fast reviewer you are. – [Ned] Do you guys taste the
little lime on the guacamole? – You know, if you oversqueeze the lime, you get the bitters. It’s bad to oversqueeze your lime. – [Keith] That’s crazy. – Well, you’re wearing a bolo tie. You know what you’re talking about. – I do believe him with that bolo tie. – Yeah. As a native East Austinite
what are some things that make Austin so special? – Growing up, Austin was not a big city. It has really changed. It’s always been a community
that tries to be close. Having local residents here is wonderful but I think it’s also been wonderful for people to come from the outside because it is so diverse. We’re trying to deal
with traffic and housing but I think, in the end, people try to keep a positive outlook. – How do you like growing
up in the Austin area? – Awesome. It has special places because some of the United rules were made there. Mm-hm.
– What? – Oh, ’cause we’re the capital. It’s ’cause we’re the capital of Texas. – The waws. – The laws. – I get it.
– The United rules. Wow, I actually like
that terminology more. – [Zach] That’s better. – [Diane] What’s next is
a chicken tomatillo tamale (whistles)
with mole. – Wow, it’s beautiful.
– It’s the mole. – Mole.
– Chicken. – Chicken.
– Tomatillo tamale. (laughing) Another rave review. The second it touches your tongue. – We’re here to stay. We need to make it good for everyone and if we do that, the end
product is so much better than trying to work at odds. – Wow, oh my gosh. – Everything here is delicious. This is the best one so far. This is the Tamale House, though, too. I think Tex-Mex cuisine
is a perfect example of just American and Mexican
blended together perfectly. – Oh yeah.
– Oh my god. That’s amazing.
– Oh my god. – You have to get this if you come here. – Oh my god.
– Oh wow. – It doesn’t have to be Texan. It doesn’t have to be
Mexican, it can just be food. – Like the food itself,
it’s many ingredients commingling together.
– Aw, mom. – How romantic.
(laughs) – Can I just say?
– How’d you like all the food? – Just because I have good taste buds. – Wait, the question was
how did you like the food and he answered the
reason how he likes food is because of his taste buds. – [Eugene] It’s ’cause he’s really smart. – That’s a very amazingly
literal answer that I adore. (upbeat rock music) – Ready for our first ever live podcast at South by Southwest? What a place to, like, test. – I’ve done live shows before but every time just before I get on stage, I just get a little nervous. – Wait, can you say that again? I’ve done hundreds of liveshows. – I’ve done hundreds of liveshows. When I came up with the role
of Ned from the Try Guys, I said, “What sort of person is this Ned?” (laughing)
– Oh my god! – Are you guys ready to see the Try Guys? (audience cheering) – Hello, everybody.
– Wow! – And welcome to the TryPod – I’m trying to think of my biggest fail. So I took an independent
study doing puppetry. Super big into puppets. – Why are you guys laughing at that? (laughing)
– My friend brought me this beautiful wizard puppet and he said, “I would just
love for you to do something “really magical with this puppet.” – Did the puppet have a name? – Yes. The puppet’s name became the Vomiting, Dick-Sucking Wizard Puppet. (Zach laughs) And every show, he came out
and he would interview someone and all he would do is
ask an innocuous question and then if you answered, here’s the question, it
was like, “Hey, Miles, “what’s your favorite color?” – I don’t know, red. – “Red, well why don’t
you go suck red’s dick?” (shouting)
(audience laughing) That’s all the bit was. – Before we do go, we want to thank you because this was the first
time we’ve gotten to try this in front of people.
(audience cheering) – Until next time. – [Audience] Stay beautiful. – Thank you guys so much! (audience cheering and clapping) We are on our way to the FADER party. – Oh, yeah. – Every year, the FADER Fort is the hottest place at South by Southwest. It’s a long walk away, so instead of walking,
we’re taking pedicabs. Why, Ned, I do believe this
is a bicycle built for two! (yelling)
Here we go! (dramatic orchestral music) Pedicab, oh, oh! Hold on to my phone!
– We’re off-roading. – [Zach] Pedicabs are huge in Austin. – You’ve noticed how many places that are cool bars that you could walk to. – [Keith] But why walk– – [Eugene] Why walk when you can pedicab? – And I love being pedied.
– Yeah. – [Zach] Here’s a banana peel. – [Keith] Feels safe? – Oh god. Oh. – Safe. – We are one gust of wind away from losing my new favorite hat forever. – [Eugene] How’s my hair? – [Keith] It didn’t move at all. – Really? – That was amazing (laughs). – [All] To Texas! – The one thing I know about Austin is that it is one of the live
music capitals of the country. It seems like everything is
South by Southwest right now. It just totally takes over the city. We are here at the FADER Fort and guess who’s–
– The coolest party at South by Southwest.
– Cardi B played here. Drake played here.
– Wow. – And nobody’s playing tonight. I think there’s a message here, you know? Everyone has that white
whale in their life, the thing that you’re trying to chase down and then you get here and you realize. – It was inside you all along. – Yeah. The stage was inside me all along. ♪ I’d like to be a little rockstar ♪ ♪ Strumming songs on my guitar ♪ ♪ People shouting, screaming my name ♪ ♪ Play loud music again and again ♪ ♪ Little rockstar ♪ – Wow, I’m a little rock and roll god. – Hello, Cleveland! – Yeah! – Wah! (upbeat rock music) – Hey, hey, hey, hello, guys, how are you? – Hello.
– How are you? Welcome to Austin, Texas. This is CUCU from Ru Paul Drag Race. And hey, y’all. – [Eugene] Tell us about
your look, Cynthia. – Well, this is like a cowgirl,
housewife of Austin, Texas looking for trouble, you’re welcome. – I think we just found it. – How do we look? We got some Cavender’s,
like a boot over here, a hat over here, a vest. – Belt buckle.
– Feeling us a little Texan. – Well, guys, you tried. (laughing)
It’s gonna be fine. (camera clicking)
(light music) – [Eugene] So when you
did move first to Austin? – When I get an opportunity,
for the first time, to visit Austin, Texas,
I see the diversity. Diversity in culture,
diversity even ethnicity. We have a big Hispanic community here. So I was fascinated for them. Like, you know what? I’m crazy, keep Austin weird,
I’m in drag, this is for me. Since then, it was like nine years. And I love it so far. – I just wonder, at what
point in Austin’s history, did it start to get this
weird, like, culture? – We’re trying to keep Austin weird, when did Austin get so weird? – [Cynthia] It started in the 1950, 1960s when it was a lot of musicians. – And the hippy culture.
– On the way the hippy culture from New
Orleans, Oklahoma, coming here because it was the capital of music and capital of musicians to us all. – Well, think about the ’60s
and the flower power movement. Woodstock is a huge part of that. It’s like you have art being related to young, liberal boomer thinking and I think the South needed somewhere like that and Austin just happened to be the place. – All conservative states
typically have liberal capitals just because the capital is a place where everyone lives on top of each other. When you live on top of each other, you understand one another. And you become more open
to other people’s ideas. – Guys, we’re learning a
lot in front of the capital. – All right, enough smart talk. Let’s take some slutty photos. (laughing) (dramatic music)
(camera clicking) – [Eugene] If anyone visits
Austin, where can they see you? – My home bar is Old King’s Paris here in downtown Austin, Texas. And you can find me on social media, Cynthia Lee Fontaine
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, and sexual applications
on your phone too as well. (Zach giggles) – Okay! Okay.
– Well, well. (upbeat country music) – My name is Ren Garcia. We’re at Micklethwait Craft Meats. I am the pitmaster here. – Tell me what you’re doing
right now with this brisket? – [Ren] It’s prime Angus brisket. – Wow.
– How heavy is this? – This is probably about
10 pounds right now and it’s probably gonna
render out six pounds by the time it’s done.
– Wow. – Brisket, typical Texas barbecue? – It is the classic Texas item. – [Ned] Why is it so iconic? – Just because it takes so long and it’s just the hardest
thing to actually do properly and knock it out of the park. – So you must be pretty amazing? – I guess I am (laughs). – So what do we have here? This looks like a paradise of meats. – It is a meat paradise. You’ve got brisket, barbacoa,
chicken, pork shoulder, pork spare ribs, our house sausage, and then the last meat that
we have is the pulled lamb. So that’s lamb leg.
– That’s lamb? – Yeah.
– There ain’t mutton better. (Zach snorts) – What’s the deal with this bread? ‘Cause, like, white bread is just, like, this is so exciting, why this? – You can just stack all
your meats on top of it so that you have a nice,
little, juicy, soggy, piece of bread at the end? – It’s a delicious napkin you could eat, essentially.
(laughing) – Exactly.
– All right, amen. – [Ned] So what is Texas barbecue style? – Slow-smoked until it’s completely tender so you go slow and low. – Oh my god.
– There you go. Get it there, get it there.
– Whoa. – Get in there, get in there.
– Wow. – We don’t put sauce on it. Everything is salt and pepper. So we just buy the best quality meat that we can and then let
that kinda speak for itself. – [Keith] There it is, look at this. How easy it just comes right apart. – Oh my god.
– Oh my god! – Oh wow!
– They are right that you don’t need the sauce. I’m enjoying the sauce, which is delicious but there’s so much flavor
here all on its own. – Really strong flavor.
– Right. – [Zach] Love a good rub. – The chicken, because
it’s a little tender of a meat in general, the
smoke gets so far into it, there’s so much flavor. – Barbacoa.
– Yeah, barbacoa, for sure. – Ooh.
– It goes in almost like you’re going through butter. – Brisket and now all
this pastrami flavor, there is a huge overlap between
my people and your people. – Texans? – Texans and Jews. We got a lot of, I’m
surprised to see this. – Oh my god, just falls off the bone. – Oh my god.
– Yeah! – [Eugene] There’s a lot
of things to be said about the merits of not eating beef, right? – Right. – I always wondered personally why did I never think beef
could ever be out of my life and I return to this Texan brisket. – Yeah.
– So I am cutting out beef from my diet. But eating this, I’m like, oh, if I had this accessible to me, that decision would be way harder. – And you make your
own sides here as well? – All our own sides. We make all our own bread,
we make all our pickles. Your classic Texas sides are gonna be potato salad and coleslaw and beans. – These beans.
– They’re perfect. – Holy shit, they’re–
– That gave me. – It’s chili.
– It’s chili. – Oh my god.
– This is basically chili. – But here, we’re kinda known for having a different variety of sides. Our number one top seller
is our jalapeno cheese grits and our lemon poppy seed coleslaw, which is a vegan item.
– You can tell you’re in Austin when you’re at a barbecue place that has vegan options. That’s pretty amazing.
– Yeah. And we do Satan for the vegans. – Hail Satan. (laughs)
– Hail Satan. (upbeat rock music) – We changed and we’re gonna
have a good time tonight and check out some of the most iconic bars on Dirty Sixth Street. – [Ned] Dirty Sixth Street. Kinda reminds me of New Orleans. Hey! – [Eugene] So what’s cool
about Austin nightlife? – Cheap drinks. You can bar hop. – This is always closed
off every weekend, right? – Yes.
– Yeah. – Thursday through Sunday. – So we’re gonna go get fucked up, yeah? (yells) There’s a reason why
Austin is one of the most moved-to cities in the United States. Just so fucking cool. There’s a slide in the bar. – You didn’t tell me
that Austin had slides! (yells) This city’s awesome! (upbeat music) – Next bar! – What are flaming Dr. Pepper’s? – Well, it’s a medley of alcoholic drinks with dragon’s breath.
(dramatic music) – Yeah!
(cheering) – Yeah!
– Yeah! (glasses clinking)
– What?! (cheering) (upbeat music)
– Rooftop bars are a big thing here in Austin, right? – [Woman] There’s a ton of rooftop bars. – Yeah.
– Almost every bar has one. – [Eugene] Did you like riding the horse? – [Keith] I loved the horse. – Toy stores on toy stores. Who cares about the bars? Toys! I am the Rick Moranis of my generation. Here with Audrey too. That was the first try! Something in the air in Austin. It makes you a better person. – Why aren’t we drinking? Next bar! – We partied too hard.
(upbeat rock music) Way too hard. You guys want to rob a bank? I think I kept flipping the camera off. (yells) – I’m just walking like
I know where I’m going. – Isn’t Austin night life amazing? – Austin’s so fun! – [Eugene] There’s so many
bars, we just went to five. – There’s like 50 bars.
– Yeah. I think Austin bars, in general, are just better than other bars. They’re like universally good. (cheers)
– Suck it other bars! (yells) – No, no, no, no, don’t
embarrass me in my hometown. Oh my god.
– You embarrassed yourself. – You gave yourself a hard time. (yells) (dramatic music) – They say keep Austin weird
but by the end of this trip, I got a little weird. Come on, come on! Yes!
– So bad! I dare you!
– Oh! – Austin was great. If I’m being honest,
I always kinda thought the cowboy look was a little goofy. I look amazing in it (giggles). – Keep Austin weird, which means they just really embrace all the things
that make that city different. – What do you think is the
best thing about Austin? Why is it such a great city? – [Cynthia] Beside the
job opportunities or how gorgeous is the city, the people made Austin different and beautiful and friendly. And I like that. – You’re such a wise queen. – I try not to be. (laughing) – I think everyone should visit Austin. It’s a great city. But I think, more importantly, everyone should just try to travel. It’s so hard to encapsulate any place in just this short amount, but I think we scratched the surface in a way that really pays homage to how weird and diverse
and funky my city is. So, I guess this means Eugene’s got the coolest hometown, huh? – Uh.
– Well. – We’ll think about that. To be continued. (Eugene laughs) – It’s better than Carthage. – Hey, fellow Texans, I hope you loved our hometown exploration of Austin. You know you’re the best. I know you’re the best. That means you gotta come
see our nationwide tour. We have four Texan cities: Dallas, Austin, Houston, and San Antonio. Get your tickets now at tryguys.com/tour and show them why Texas is
bigger and better than the rest. – Don’t show us your dicks.
– Shots fired. (upbeat music) – Give a big thumbs
up, comment down below, and always subscribe and
every day’s a brand new day. Peace, whoo! And every day’s a brand new day. – That was perfect, Jax. – Yep.
– Yeah, you’re doing better than my friends.
– This is you in college, and these are the six
girls you’ll date in college. Were you ever good at sports? We don’t know, but the daily 4 AM
burritos haven’t helped. – Aah! Oh.
– You okay? – She looks better in track shorts than literally anything else.
– Come on, baby. You can do it! Ten more yards till touchdown!
– However, no matter what the activity, you’ll always end up the same way: wheezing, doughy, and begging her to slow down. You hate places like this. Never mind. You love places like this.
– I love places like this. – Your friend’s a promoter or DJ, whichever is cooler.
– You’re funny.
– Is there a non-alphabetical difference between E and X? Cut to six weeks later. You’re out of money, too tired, and have no idea what your pants are
– Wake up. I know the bouncer at Prolapse.
– You wouldn’t give up this nap for all the coked-up sex in the world. Happy dinosaur riding. – Sorry. – Face it. You’re a nice guy.
– Did do you drink all of those beers? – But to her, you’re James Dean with Wolverine claws. It’s fun to play the crazy guy, but
there’s no crazy like real repressed crazy.
– Not tonight? – No.
– The worst part? She’s still going to wake you up for 8 a.m. mass. This is it, the perfect 10, what years of television, print advertising, and internet porn have
– Baby, you’re not using the couples wallpaper I gave you. – Why you? She saw a Wes Anderson trailer once and thinks you’re quirky. Who cares? Look at her. How long will it
last? What’s your talents for crippling insecurities and Kesha? You watched Teen Mom without me? You’re just like my dad!
– You’ll keep a picture of her to show to friends. She will not. She’s the only girl who can beat you in Mario Kart. She’s the only girl who will play you in Mario Kart. – Ha, you drive like my floppy vagina!
– Shut up! – Relaxed, comfortable, always by your side. It’s like dating your hoodie, but who in their right mind would want to f–k their hoodie? She’s funny, smart, beautiful, and all you’re doing is wondering what she’s doing there with you. – Is everything okay?
– Come on. Be confident. You’re not going to mess this up. You won’t mess this up. You won’t mess this up. How did you mess this up?
– We can still be friends, right?
– You were too afraid of messing things up. And that messed things up. Maybe that’s irony. Don’t look at us. You’re the one with a liberal arts degree. That was college. Time to move out, get a job, and spend your days watching internet videos. Maybe you’ll even get a real girlfriend.
Hello and welcome, my name is Philipp Halfmann
and I am the Director of Exercise & Sports Science at the IAAPH, and I am also author
of “Advanced Concepts of Strength & Conditioning for Tennis”. We have received a lot of inquiries from you
guys in the past, asking us to show a training session with a professional athlete. So in
today’s episode you will be able to take a look inside a professional training session
with Swiss national junior champion, Alexander Ritschard. The training session will consist of: 1. Dynamic stretching
2. On-court integrated tennis drills with a speed ladder 3. Serve & volley So, you are welcome to join in; I hope you
will like it. Every training session starts with a dynamic
warm up for the upper- and lower body. You can see Alexander performing a lunge with
trunk rotation followed by a lunge with ceiling reach before we get to the court starting
with on-court training. At the beginning of today’s training session
we want to focus on lateral footwork and groundstrokes. One great way to accomplish both in one exercise
is by using an integrated speed ladder drill. Before you can do this drill with your athletes
make sure they are familiar with the “Lateral Fast Feet” speed ladder drill. So, set up the speed ladder behind the baseline
and have the athlete move through the speed ladder before hitting ground strokes. The
focus is on perfect movement mechanics and stroke production. In the next drill we want to focus on improving the
footwork for the inside out forehand. This can be accomplished by combining 2 speed ladder
drills: Lateral fast feet & the posterior cross-over before hitting the shot. Next we hit some basic volleys with good rhythm
and in good form before finishing the training session with some serves. Well, that’s it again for today’s episode.
As usual, opinions can differ. What’s your point of view? Let us know below
in the comment section. A brand new episode will be available next
Sunday. So make sure you don’t miss it and subscribe! In the meantime I recommend you watch some
of the previous episodes — you should really watch them all!
If you like what you saw tell your friends — I’m sure they will appreciate it. I’m Philipp Halfmann, Thank you for watching
and Auf Wiedersehen! Tennis Conditioning TV episode are licensed
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Happy birthday to University of South Australia.
Magic Globe, can you
tell them more about it? Magic Globe: I sure can, Leo. Australia is a
very large country that can be found right here. Every country has
towns and cities. Today, we are in the
big city of Sydney. But outside of the city, there’s an even bigger area
where hardly anyone lives. Australians call
this area The Bush. It’s a great place
to raise cows. In fact, that’s one of the
things Leo’s uncle does. So, have fun at the
station today, kids. All: Thanks, Magic Globe! Cattle Station? I thought we were going
to your uncle’s ranch. In Australia, we
don’t say ranch. We say cattle station. It’s basically a ranch
where you raise cows. So Australian cowboys
are called stockmen, and they work on
a cattle station? Yup, but don’t worry, Andy, Australian stockmen are just
like the cowboys in America. They still wear big
hats, herd cattle, ride horses. Is something wrong, Leo? You were talking
about riding horses and then you got all jittery. Nothing. Nothing’s wrong. I love my uncle, and I
love visiting his station. It’d be crazy for the nephew
of an Australian stockman to be scared of
something silly like a– (horse sputters) Horse! (laughs) Hiya, Leo. Didn’t mean to startle ya.
Andy Murray has tearfully revealed tennis helped him deal with the Dunblane tragedy and his parent’s divorce But the Scot could not speak face-to-face about the painful experiences in a new film about his recovery from two hips surgeries and he instead left a voicemail for the director The feature-length documentary Andy Murray: Resurfacing includes gruesome footage of the double Olympic champion undergoing a second hip surgery in London in January – and interviews with fellow stars Roger Federer and Rafa Nadal But Murray, 32, also opened up about Dunblane Primary School shooting in March 1996 when when Thomas Hamilton shot 16 children and one teacher dead before committing suicide Both Andy and Jamie were in the school during the massacre and knew Hamilton. The former world No 1 has only previously publicly and briefly spoken about the tragedy on a BBC documentary in 2013 But in December 2018, when he feared his career was over because of his chronic hip injury, he left a voicemail for director Olivia Cappuccini which revealed for the first time how tennis helped him cope with the most trying moments in his life – and how he suffered anxiety and breathing problems during his teenage years In the voicemail in the film, Murray fought back tears as he said: “You asked me a while ago why tennis was important to me Obviously I had the thing that happened at Dunblane. “When I was around nine. I am sure for all the kids there it would be difficult for different reasons The fact we knew the guy, we went to his kids club, he had been in our car, we had driven and dropped him off at train stations and things “Within 12 months of that happening, our parents got divorced. It was a difficult time that for kids To see that and not quite understand what is going on. “And then six to 12 months after that, my brother also moved away from home He went away to train to play tennis (in Cambridge). We obviously used to do everything together When he moved away that was also quite hard for me. “Around that time and after that, for a year or so, I had lots of anxiety but that came out when I was playing tennis When I was competing I would get really bad breathing problems. “My feeling towards tennis is that it’s an escape for me in some ways Because all of these things are stuff that I have bottled up. I don’t know because we don’t talk about these things “They are not things that are discussed. The way that I am, on the tennis court, I show some positive things about my personality and I also show the bad things and things I really hate “Tennis allows me to be that child, that has all of these questions and that’s why tennis is important to me ” Murray added today that he had been helped by moving to a tennis academy in Barclona when he was 15 “I loved it,” he said. “It was the happiest I had been. I felt like freedom when I was there for the first time And I absolutely loved it out there. It was maybe there when I realised this was starting afresh when I moved over there ” Cappuccini is the girlfriend of Kim Murray’s brother Scott – and Murray trusted her so much he did not even ask to see the film before last night’s premiere in Central London “I obviously spent a lot of time with the lady who was filming it.” Murray explained todau “You were getting asked a lot of questions all the time. “We were travelling together for quite a while, spending weeks on end together, and I was getting asked questions like ‘Why is tennis important, why is it important to you’ “At the beginning, I was like: ‘Well, it is. It’s important to me. I know I am very fortunate I get to play, and very lucky that this is what I get to do for my living It’s important for me for other reasons. And I don’t want to talk to you about it Maybe I will tell you later on’. “I don’t want to discuss it and then as things were getting worse and stuff, I started to look like it coming towards the end of playing “I was trying to explain why this was so difficult for me. It was in December 2018 when I was in Miami and I had spoken with my team about it: ‘I cannot play anymore I don’t want to play anymore, I am not enjoying this. I can’t keep doing it’. “I guess she was trying to understand why She was there with us in Miami and I was like: ‘Look, I am not talking to you about this to your face ’ “One, I feel a bit embarrassed about it. And two I have not really spoken to anyone that much about it ever So, that was kind of how that came about it.” Cappuccini said: “I never actually brought it up It was completely from him. Why would you? I’m making a film about someone who is rehabbing and that’s buried deep in a space in his heart and mind, there’s no need for it “But I think at the time where he’s wrestling with his identity and the prospect of it all being over and what tennis meant for him When he went into that which I hope was quite cathartic for him in the moment and I hope did him some good getting it off his chest ” Producer and director Cappuccini added: “Andy hasn’t even seen the film the whole way through Kim has seen it but she’s only watched two cuts of it. “At no stage did she say that’s a bit too sensitive We were prepared for that. There are some very raw moments in there that are close to the bone for the family and I’m amazed that we were able to keep them in in the way we wanted to ” But Murray admitted: “It’s difficult for me. Not because I’m watching it thinking this isn’t good The last two years for me were difficult. “When I’m doing a lot of the interviews and being asked questions, because I was comfortable with the lady who was filming it, you open up as it goes along and feel more comfortable talking about your issues and how you are feeling “And then obviously as the documentary gets closer, you realise at the time that you are really vulnerable I don’t like watching myself on camera for a start. Also, seeing myself like that is difficult at times Read More Top news stories from Mirror Online “I didn’t want to censor it – it was actually the opposite because I was like, I don’t want to watch this and be like ‘I don’t like that bit, I want to change this bit’ “I didn’t want it to be like that. I trusted the people who had matched it and made it I was sure they will do a very good job. “I lived it as well, I know what it was like and I know how it was for me so I didn’t want to watch it and say this bit needs to change I didn’t want it to be like that.”
It’s AumSum Time Why are tennis balls yellow and fuzzy? Because they like to show off. Earlier, tennis balls were white. But later, they were changed to yellow. Because studies showed that yellow balls were easier to see on televisions. Now, tennis balls are fuzzy because the fuzz helps them slow down. When a tennis ball moves through air. Every fiber of fuzz acts like an obstacle
for air. This increases the drag, thus slowing it down. Besides this, the fuzz also increases the
spin. Imagine a ball spinning in clockwise direction. Now, above the ball, the direction of air
is same as the direction of rotation. However, below the ball, it is opposite. This opposing force combined with the fuzz increase the drag below the ball. Hence, the pressure below becomes much higher than it is above. This pressure difference imparts a lift, thus increasing the spin. Why do pop rocks pop? Because they have springs in their legs. No. Pop rocks are tiny candy crystals. Candies are usually made using sugar, water, corn syrup, various flavorings, etc. Initially, all these ingredients are mixed
together. The resulting solution is heated until most of the water boils off. And we are left with a thick sticky syrup. Usually, this syrup is poured in moulds, allowed to cool and harden to make candies. However, to make pop rocks, highly pressurized carbon dioxide gas is added to the syrup. And then, it is cooled to subsequently form a hard candy. This results in formation of bubbles of pressurized carbon dioxide trapped inside candy. Now, when we put this candy in our mouth, our saliva dissolves the candy. As a result, the highly pressurized carbon dioxide escapes from bubbles with a pop. Why do elephants have big ears? To fly. Not at all. Ears basically help to hear. Besides this, big ears of the elephants also help it to regulate its body temperature. But how can ears help to regulate body temperature? In living beings like elephants, blood supplies heat to all parts of the body. Thus, helping it to maintain the body temperature. However, due to metabolic activities or hot climate, sometimes heat in blood can increase. Thus, increasing the body temperature of the elephant. Now an elephant’s big ears are filled with blood vessels. Which are very close to the surface of skin. Hence, when blood having more amount of heat flows through the ears of the elephant. The heat from the blood escapes into the atmosphere. Cooling the blood and in turn cooling the elephant. Why don’t spiders stick to their webs? I do not know. Usually, a spider’s web is made of silk threads which are covered with droplets of glue. This glue makes the threads sticky. Now, when an insect flies through web, the insect normally gets stuck to sticky threads. But spider does not get stuck because its legs have tiny hair like structures called setae. When a spider walks on a sticky thread, the setae gets stuck onto the thread. Helping the spider to get grip and support to walk. Now as the point of contact is very less,
the glue has very less surface area to stick. Hence, the spider easily pulls its legs without sticking. Besides this, research suggests that certain spider’s legs are covered with special chemical coating. This coating also helps the legs from sticking to the glue. What is a tardigrade? A tardigrade is one of the smallest animals. It can grow only about 1 millimeter or less in length. However, it is the toughest animal in the
whole world. It cannot be tougher than me. Alright. Now listen. Scientists say that tardigrades can survive in extremely inhospitable environments. But how? When the environment is inhospitable, the tardigrades enter a state called cryptobiosis. In cryptobiosis, they curl up into a ball
like structure called tun. All their metabolic processes almost stop. In this state, tardigrades can survive in
about minus 459 degrees Fahrenheit. And even in about 300 degrees Fahrenheit. They can live deep in the oceans and withstand the huge pressure of water. They can even survive in the vacuum of space and can withstand radiation. Later, when the conditions are stable, they again come back to their normal form.