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"antwerp" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:33 min | 3 weeks ago

"antwerp" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Met knows your money on. I would probably lean towards being Paul Pogba. Because I think he's got the tools to improve any given time. I think one. It just doesn't seem right fit to me at Basa and it's not because he's not good enough. I just think he hasn't gotten turn of pace where foster I think now just look or a team that look a little bit slow and I think they need an injection of pace. I think we're Paul Pogba, he's got all the talent world plays in different positions. So you can post a lot more salvoes leaning towards the to would be. Robbo both great for France on a regular basis. Yeah Oh. Absolutely agree with Don when poop pope was planning is very best. He can be one of the best midfield players in the world and he's proved that on many occasions with greenman there's a lot better center for lot better. Y plays wherever he wants to play lot better number sense than Greece when even when he's planning, he's very best. So who's GonNa be the better and get back to these to a top-class PLA- it's going to be pulled poker. Jagger. Yeah I. Agree Listen. We've said this before I. Think Paul Pogba makes. Great teams better but. He. Doesn't teams. So I think it's more likely that you see Manchester United out a couple of players actually bring the best out the Paul Pogba I don't see how it gets any better for agreement at boss aluminum. Meanwhile. At Ding Dong. The witch is dead at Barcelona. We bought the Mayo leave and immediately the they. They got a great result. You VENTISERI poses this.

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"antwerp" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:15 min | 3 weeks ago

"antwerp" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Go first extra time I've had the pleasure conducting quite a while ago to pink bit of papers well, full of questions ready to post. So these three, three X, Hammas? We'll get to the free. Free, wish time you nine hundred legends in don't hundred Senchenko his. Stewart Robeson I'll say the West End Question Medusa Don, you fish oil, and this is off the back of the Korean Ben's Emma Venetia. Set to telling him not to Passo men be not deposited Shas dawn have you ever told you teammate not to pass a bill to a teammate? I wouldn't. Say That not a chance. I don't know how you can get away with. Listen. We've all we've all been in games while you've been playing Polian maybe subconsciously if not give someone the ball because you think they might be having a bit of a nightmare ten fifteen minutes but we've all. I've never ever ever would never tell anyone to pass them on the ball. Not, know, even ingest Shankar's ever ever been said if someone's having a real stinker. As about the Are Up to up to a place possible to me. That's a whole different category. It'd be giving me bowl there. Was a moment in the four four drawer against Charlton didn't think about it. Right. Guaranteed all the way up. Watching, what did you make a? TV Craig weighing in on this Senate it's evidence a-. rottenness in the state of Madrid is it I would suggest. So if if plays to talk about other players inside dunk policy in the Does he think he's going to affect another player to say you come policy in the ball suggesting that is I mean it's a it's a form of bullied in some way or senior plans trying to put down a younger play So wrong I I don't ever remember it taking place when I was planning the WHO are the remember one of our said the foods when we need to have a kickoff from just conceded to go Chippewa, left back and making it difficult for him. So the crowd food him which I thought was the best idea. Market, by the way, a report in Ben's.

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"antwerp" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:36 min | 3 weeks ago

"antwerp" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Dominant at six. Napoli Seven. Onto A. Top, Belgium, on any beat Spurs I think it deserves some love this week. Speaking Spurs Number nine. They lost the. Sell things per a place of the best football in the Prima league. And then number ten I'm this is a special inclusion for our resident Scotsman who is not really a Scotsman Don Hutchinson. Take it away guys you. Appreciate contradicted yourself. You Contradict Yourself Shaq you said anything that draws on his out and then you said Oh spurs but I can still stay in number nine. Look to every rule to ever rule there's one exception. Wrongful. Shock. This week is one of those. Atalanta. Pinned. Villa Bend. Yup. It's a whole school routes ruthless. Yes it is absolutely cool. I had no idea. We watching the top ten teams in the world watching whip spurs played well. Her. Swallow goodbye will they ever return? We shall see the next edition the gap in Joel podcast will return. You can back download today's edition just came out jet, spn F C Dot Com the place to get it Now. Then over on the website ESPN AFC dot com on a weekly basis, you can read column Yank. So broad Conrad Dila One tae under the microscope the scouting report on the nineteen year old. He's still very much a part of the boss alone at system also in the column Let's talk about who might be leaving the line for the US men's national. Team member that they have a game coming up in November against Wales in Swansea of the european-based players currently microscope. You may get the call. We know all about Josh Josh our new Henson could he be back at the age of twenty nine? He's been rattling in the goals in Scandinavia of a lesser known names like Sebastian, Soto Manual. Sabi. How'd you? Right. We've seen him before.

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"antwerp" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

05:09 min | 3 weeks ago

"antwerp" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Might for whatever reason Nazis in clearly nascar before official looking at the Monitor I I, just don't. Exactly What comprehension of the roles you have when you don't see that as a foul by Petra because it's a clarity foul and it's a shame because actually it was a hugely hugely entertaining game footba still wound up being understanding football but I think it got costs something because of that first penalty and then what felt like a makeup penalty the other end? So two-game suspension is actually going to be a month because the international bright that comes at the end of it Do you think that's fitting? I think. So I think that it is a case of you know you perform badly. So you will get your punishment and you have to sell them and I think that is the state on their reputation and perhaps a warning threat to everyone else to try to do a better job that needs to obviously be adjustment because so many European surrogacy complaining about the Ayar and the way that things are being handled by the referees. There is this case sometimes one wonders whether the referee is sort of taking a back seat because he knows a all well correct the. So of course that didn't happen this time around and that is the truth era of everything that's going to happen. But at least if we'd want to be positive about this, that wasn't makeup penalty. So it was all fair in the end of one penalty each but was. Finally guys want to get your thoughts on the forthcoming Sarah Weekend. Really interesting. We came we view where all the Games on the ESPN plus of course There are no real clash of the heavyweight. So Stewart a start with you. If, you had to pick a game. You had to watch this weekend in. Would it be? We'll have games watching that door against. Generous. So Darby, it's always an exciting diabetes is a great contest. They don't particularly like each other is obviously a showing. There's no crowd there but. That's in poor results is Susan they put in some great displays like the. Three one last time out I expect them to win the game but it's always a very good between these two clubs and that's the Dhabi de la Land Turner. Yeah. Yes, that's. been working on. Me Mean you go next. Quite a few to be honest. But me I'm waiting enjoying watching Burma I like the Waco Paulo soccer I think he's a very talented coach and I think that they've just got so many wonderful players with such beautiful technique and. Wonderful fees on them. So I want to see how they're going to do against Fiorentina Fiorentina have been assigned that have scored some fabulous goals that have some great players Oxy Castroville that we mentioned on this. PODCAST and frank robberies another but the problem with Fiorentina's they always score the goals really well, and then tend to fall asleep and have a coffee. So I want to see what's going to happen this time around and how long payback keeny will lost on the bench. Tina and what will happen against room you suspect maybe a coaching axing coming up in the game perhaps. Well, there are reports that marriage. Your Saudi might just freed himself from contract. Living Make. You get you get the final say what we'll game is a must watch for you. Well if the fans were there, I'd go with Robert for the land because it's a real location in the city agenda when that happens. But since they aren't I wanted to go with an apple against US Fata madly again just reminded everyone already said it once they played four games. This season they've scored fourteen goes south what I five games it's called sixteen and conceded nine. There will be goals in this. Game, it will be end to end Meena will be putting a hair out because of the state extended defending that will be going on, but I should be real end to end stuff and also let Napoli a playing like title contenders take out the game that didn't happen against you meant this and they've won them all. So there could watch every amendments. Love it Sassy swallowed can't get enough for the Nikki. Robo. Thanks so much don't forget the Siri out awesome podcast every week and our full schedule of Syriac Games all available on ESPN plus the ESPN news game as well after up early Sunday morning for that. And they see Milan that's a six thirty am start on. All right. Shocker is back with US and check it. You back your power rankings back and you have been roofless this week talk talk us through it. Hold on Itunes from last week you lose or draw every chance you're going to be out a couple of which a no show take exception to, but just give me a minute by best team in Europe none nevermind not blip against Huffman. I'm a few weeks ago. They've backed up top of the power rankings as Milan they haven't lost as much when he plays Rupa League. So therefore, by gets a little bit of a nod even without Ebro, they wanted a all Ibrahim halftime but freak up. In a number three, a laundry percents Liverpool never mind that blip against villa. Everton I thought they were hard done by against done in a four I x in five especially after they broke records recently.

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"antwerp" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

05:48 min | 3 weeks ago

"antwerp" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Games Taylor has managed to win so far event is to out of sex it's not craze. I think any other person coming into that job with the expectations that you bet this half, which is to win the League in to compete for the champions. League. I'm not saying they're going to get fired at this point. That's ridiculous. I think may be facing hard questions than he has so far. But may not ever everything's GonNa be. Okay. Is that when Cristiano Renaldo comes back, that'll be the solution. Well Rinaldo is the giant plaster on top of this team that just sort of makes everything. Okay. You know because while the team is is experimenting, he's to school the goals than it's almost like you know the exhibition you haven't behind the scenes is when the real what happens what pin is trying to do with this team but I do struggle to condemn this man straight away I mean of course, he's not doing a great job right now of being the coach event is but he is not without his. I think the real questions should be aimed at management. There's no point buying the Cherry on the cake that is now if you don't actually have a cake anymore and you can't selling off its parts and perhaps renewing it adequately. So what you have right now is a very imbalanced team. There is a lack of leadership you throw on too many kids in the front line and hope that they would do something special they were trying to be. Led by Paulo devalued who perhaps doesn't really have the character charisma to lead that front line and I think that at the moment, that Tim is also without big absences, you Giorgio Collini is the heart and soul of that side and he's important to Renaldo is, of course, you know leader in the same way that we talk about Latin Abrahama fidget Milan he's a guy who can score goals even if the team's doing badly he showed that against Alexander's another miss. nuttiest lift is another manx Miss. So when you consider all of that put together yes, Thaddeus he does have his alibis but of course, there are other things to consider so many right cards in his games you know what's going on with that? Why is there such a lack of tactical confusion? Perhaps, it will all come together Giampiero Gasperini certainly, made it all come together for Atlanta after his band start. But. At this moment in time like I said, there is an even undestanding or the. There is no progression that's what it is. Has No idea how this is going to move forward rob you buying Menas Rava impassioned defense of Andrew Taylor. He's an inexperienced coach and experienced coaches when they go in and things don't quite work for them straightaway he's trying so many things all at once he's got to simplify. This is the system we're GONNA play. I want you to stay in that position. These are the patent supply. This is how we're going to get the ball into the front. This is what we're going to do, and we haven't got the ball the moment even had been. Trying to come into and go beyond the midfield. At one point, he's got caught draw played in high positions when it's on a plane high position, he's. Plan. Is a right wing back east trying to complicate it so much each just going to settle down, find a patent apply play that works from a game plan. For All on I'm sure eventers Andrea pillow will be okay. Robbo Alvarado erratic that game achieve the the unthinkable trick of. For Is just. Unlucky. Certain degrees a little bit unlucky I mean he's going to be looking across the line you talking about inches and. Inches. You're trying to break off sidelines an he's Anita Is it? Ahead of the defender is on the on this occasion. He's very unlucky. He makes them very good runs I think he's done. Okay and some of the Games he's played and I think if he can get his confidence, it'd be a massive bonus for Andrea pillow when he plays in that center forward roll. Nikki Miranda a good player in there isn't there I mean you don't get signed by ventures realm. Chelsea without being a good player deep down. Yeah and I would argue his best football event is I think he's one of the players in this period who for me magic with credit I don't think I ever matches playing badly I don't think you. Do Down to hush for the fact that he's had at least goals disallowed. It feels like a uncomfortable patent because it's not just this game in the Champions League last two in the League as well as it goes as loud but I still think he's playing well, I think he's finding space at least he's putting himself in positions where. A few millimeters here or there he would be scoring goals and he has scored goals as well. So. For me, he's not problem I. think he's playing well, my only concern with Alfa Ranta frankly is how he's GonNa fit when Renaldo comes back because they didn't do great together when they were in Madrid and the very, very limited sample that we've seen at them together you bent on Nasha, how they Gel Your thoughts. I I'm never GONNA say anything bad about Murata, think that in that shambolic performance that was you've indices against positive. He was really leader who is trying absolutely hard to to battle forward to try to find the goals to penetrate the defense and frankly speaking it's like rapport said, you know it was a few inches here and there which fussy tells you a lot about Barcelona's defense because I think they walked away with a lot of credit that I'm not entirely sure they're deserving of. Because you know this was like I said the shambolic performance by event is but I do think that once he finds his rhythm, there is a tactical setup that is clear where everyone knows what the strategy is and where they're supposed to be all the time it will help him improve but he's always that man who sort of hangs there and tries to time his Ron's he's going to get it wrong. Nike zagged so many times but. So often on, he gets you the goals and he does. So in important matches, it's just a shame. He can get one against Boston, for the event is fans. Okay. Robert. Switching teams and switching big strike is in Italy reports it Romelu Lukaku is going to be out FA inter most definitely against Palmer very possibly the next Champions League begins Rambler game. I. Know you on tolling how.

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"antwerp" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:56 min | 3 weeks ago

"antwerp" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Coming in the summer but. It. Doesn't look good. There's no plan and I think at some point because I know he's a bear pit we wanted to succeed. But at some point you do have to the monitoring same what you didn't to fix things and that's the point. Is it because Andrew Appeal does seem to be getting a pass thus far and I know you you were a big proponent of his. His appointment at the time you know if this was to sorry if it was Antonio Conte they'd be getting slated right now wouldn't they? Yes Adrian I liked it. You remind everyone Paul somebody who wants to be no. It is. Why it's different for him that it is for the likes of you. Know. Marriage. Or. Like you mentioned Antonio is because they came in already as coaches who had coached at the top level, and while especially with Saudi, he had just what you want a European final with Chelsea will be the Europa League. So it's obviously is different expectations when which came out and they appeal to who just handed in his dissertation on football and allowed to actually be football coach. So obviously, he is more a coach in theory than one in practice and so. I was happy to sort of go with the right of building from the beginning but I really did think that when it comes to him as somebody who understands football that the experiments that we he would do a little bit more logical that they would come from a place that I would understand but it seems to me that he's building the team from the front that he cares the most about you know how these five attackers will line up at the top. And really frankly speaking when it comes to building a team that you really should stop from the Baltim-. Organized your defense make sure that everything seems to be well done and everyone knows that position between midfield and defense, and then you can focus on all the movements and attack. But when he mentioned in his post-match conference off to Boston, owner that that desire was to try to make the most of such repetitive hops being pulled out a possession it's like I don't. Think the offense is way you should be focusing all this attention you sing aside that is Leeann macy's Barcelona. You have midfield that sweetie void of any leadership your without Georgia Akili, he says, he has his alibis because there were a lot of absences but some of the decisions he's making the way that he's going about this you've been stove just seems to me that it's like let's just see what we can do an attack in. We'll think about the rest leader. Robot, put your coaches hat on for us as someone who's seen a lot Venezia the last decade what would you make? The experimentation, the android pillow has been conducting early on here. When you get when you go into football club, you haven't got much time to you have to get the base right and you whatever game plan simplified to start with. Then as you as you go on through the season, you can make it more complicated you get more rotation the side you get clever in the third of the field. But what I see from Andrea Pillow at the moment east trying to do too many things all the stop. So this complication, the players don't quite understand what they've been trying to do. There's no patterns of play. Nikki was right. They play sport when defending and then when they get the Bowl Corrado whether he was planning on the left that the early start the season reflecting on the right, he then joins the tech. Ski Sometimes plays a right wing back and is a position that doesn't really suit him when Ramsey fighting playing. It's possible and when Ramsey's being planned I've got no idea what position Ramsey's meant to be planned. He goes from the right side of midfield to the left side of midfield. He then joins in to become the number ten all in the space of a couple of minutes. So he's to get advice the formation that works get a starting. Block where they get it into the front blaze play from there and then you can expand it. Once you've got that sort of base game plan under the. Influence in that for the rest of the players at the moment, it's not working for him. Nikki the defenders of payload been quick to point out. Well, he didn't have a preseason to experiment. So this is this is his time to experiment, but that was the same for all teams wasn't it? Yeah just to pick up very quickly probably said where I feel like I'm Ramsey has almost like he does fit just because he is going everywhere he's trying to fill the gaps that being filled by. Plan effect because as I said, like last night, everyone just crammed into one side of the pitch and these Ramsey tries to find the space. But the lack of plan is a problem I. agree that the lack of preparation time is they sit. Of Caveat, is something that you considered is okay. We give him some extra credit some extra time perhaps for that but take a step back for a second and third pillar his one one out of the four games he's been in charge of. In Syria he's one one at the two games he's been in charge of the Champions League. It's easy to look about league table now and think things have been better than they are because that because Napoli the was not played actual games Taylor has managed to win so far event is to out of sex it's not craze. I think any other person coming into that job with the expectations.

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"antwerp" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

06:16 min | 3 weeks ago

"antwerp" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Alley start the game tonight. Real Mark Donda as all the millions watching around the world. But especially, your manager you want to convince him daily needs now to get back the training ground and needs to work hard it is to look in the mirror. Beyond needs to get an early and do all the right things to convince. Josie that is worth a starting berth. He gets tonight doesn't perform the lost count of how many simple Deli giveaway. So the end of the game when Josie comes out in the conference and says. You know more or less exactly what we're thinking. If your daily ally, you know players know when you're an address room and you're not playing well managed goes into a press conference and calls out one or two individuals of that name them. You know what you? Not, talk to take but. It's no charity football you work hard and you got take performances on the Chin when when you fly in like Delhi Espn over the last couple of years you know rated as is one of the best central view that run on attracted attention from teams like Barcelona and Real Madrid is a mile out of the moment. We can get back to the level risk going to need some hard work and he's going to need to convince Josie. Shaggy what sort of reaction to words inspired place in your view that was you sitting there and the manager just come out and said that? I'll take exception to listen I, understand what what don't sing but. As a player, you knew when you haven't played well and you have those discussions within within the dressing room but have your mind you go and see that to to the press? I. Think it does more damage than good. We show what happened. When Josie. Freeman albeit with calling names at Manchester United. and. How we started to lose individuals and eventually the dress up a trafford. Fair is exactly the same is about to happen here and listen to it if reuse daily as example here, it's always difficult coming in as a fringe player coming into a team that he made a whole lot of changes as there's no cohesion. There's no continuity. So it's it's a tough new hip, and then you don't play well and you expect it modules going to tell you exactly that dressing room and you accept that what you don't want on what Sydney I as a as a player wouldn't expect sitting to then go to to the media and say exactly that. Without calling names, everybody knows who exactly who he was pointing the finger at the same time Josiah Marino southsea press conference by talking about how good entrepot and onto a were very good on the night stick with that I don't see the reason to then through your own players under the bus I. think that's counterproductive yet still trucco to nolaac Josie was clever because Joe's not mention any names in an officer. Now, if he goes and knocks on Joe's goes, were you talking about me Josie goes? What you paranoid straight away Josie. Because he's waiting for the place, knock on his door because the player knows he's played pulley. The. Place I I accept that doesn't help that doesn't help going to the media even not calling daily Alley's name doesn't Deli. Whether daily Alley has a a lawyer in his corner where he goes knocking Marino's door doesn't matter. It doesn't help Delhi and that for me as using Renews Fish Job to help his players those who are struggling had them got better those are playing well. Keep them keep them on that kind of run. What he does doesn't do that I'm not. Neglecting his duty Robbo. WAY BACK FOR DELHI, we've talked about him a lot ready, but it is being a precipitous and lengthy full now from where he was two or three years ago under project it's so frustrating is is, is there a way back for this Plat? Because and. We go back to the point. Josie Marino doesn't won't convince in he probably won't one of the two of those players not to play particularly. Well. So as each said Arkansas as the press, that's why I'm not picking them and Delhi knows that marina doesn't fancy probably bovine knows marina doesn't really offensive. That's never gonNA change because marina doesn't want them to perform particularly. Well, he stuck. With the players that he's in lamelo relax lamelo. He likes Lucas Maury likes hurricane. He likes them daily at never going to get back to the form that he showed two years ago while Joe Joe's Marino is the manager because the manager doesn't fund. See that play is not going to give you that many opportunities and when he does give them, the opportunities is almost hoping that he fails. Adrian Can I. Can I give you what Don Bella your said in the press over the last couple of days because he was, he was getting a lot of criticism from Joseph Marino Josie called end on belly out in the media over in the UK. Probably about the last two weeks and end belly said you know regardless criticism? You said it didn't hurt me but it didn't motivate me neither. So I I side with Josie really because it's all about the playoffs Josie said the couple of weeks ago when when, when talking about players a motivation she said it's ninety nine percent of the players responsibility and one percent the manager I'm old without. So given all of this. Shankar. You first on this and given the the unholy mess. The Premier League seems to be so far this season us. In courage they genuine title contenders, Unser Josie Marina. Absolutely, Yes. For disappointing in the opening game against. They've been simply brilliant ever since never mind the two points job without handball against Newcastle, and somehow contriving to throw away a three-goal lead against West Ham. But for those boozer be comfortably sitting on top if Gareth bill begins anything near to full fitness and as a significant contributor to the second half of the season splits get the best of the Prima league healthy run for their money. Robert Do. You think they're going to be there when the dust settles. Then, they could actually win the..

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"antwerp" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

05:23 min | 3 weeks ago

"antwerp" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Pie Welcome into the show I major Haiti back in the big chair and as so often happens on Europa League nights our agenda overflowing indeed Nikki Vandini. From the Syria Awesome podcast will be on board with later to try and break down what exactly is going wrong with vendors. But first of all we have to start don't we we spurs as we welcome that Don Hutchinson, Shaka hislop Robson to the show guys I'm sure you also the comedy horror movie in Bruges Dwell Spurs had their remake I in. Antwerp was well, it was just just a horror basically wasn't going down by a goal to nil despite having fifty seven percent of the bowl. Josie Maria made four substitution at half-time and made a fifth after fifty two minutes couldn't alter the outcome of the game and predictably Marino was in a sour mood. Post game is not for me to to individualize and. and to bring some some names to the. To The table, you prefer to do that and myself you always ask me. Before matches why displayed is not playing why display is not playing why this player is not selected Maybe now for a few weeks, you don't tell me that. Because you have. Went. One step further going to instagram look at that he's. Taking a photo of himself on the bus saying bad performance deserves deserves a bad result. Hope everyone in the bus is upset as I am tomorrow eleven am training goes. On instagram at where do we start with this guy? So I'll start with you don what did you make of What was pretty shambolic display tonight from Spurs It was enough told Josie was spot on his comments and I. Think he's probably alluding to Delhi Alley when he dragged him off off time, let you house doing light when wwl is actually much squad and I thought it was a it was a tad arrogant really from from Josiah when he picked eastern eleven and he played Ben, Davies it sent back. Play. Deli Alley. Play second-string side thinking it was going to be enough against San. Unto Sensational by the way. I. Thought I played some Kraken football on for one. Because they could won it by two or three, but Josie will be fuming because performance was nowhere near good enough shock when you changes obviously the games coming thinking fast but but no excuses I mean this is Antwerp. Listen I'm done is right onto a play really well on the show the form that is top in Belgium. One hundred percent of this competition as well. But you think spurs against onto it should be one result. Managers them the opportunity to to give some his fringe players and some of those that he's trying to would back into the squad. Keeps trying to tell us an opportunity. As much as he says, reports gave press conference that he wanted to call names when you when you make four substitutions at half-time, my other think you need to it's as if everybody to see the foxy matters, spruce have been playing incredible football all season long Everson's at opening day defeat. Against Everton. They should be sitting with the Premier League but for the most ridiculous handball decision ever seen against against Newcastle United and that's all he needs to see that those players are trying to that. We back into the team and somebody haven't done enough to somehow jog depressing to this and the questions that they ask about about whoever I thought. Ridiculous. As far as Post game press conferences go the performance was poor and I don't think Joe's radio did anybody. Any favors either it makes makes all the more difficult for for everybody and that's just stay nate Robert to lure into thinking yes they've turned the corner you wish don't think they were title Contenders Robot Well I. Think most people have said that they've got a really good score. They've got their play. Well, at the moment they're gonNA manager that's one before. But tonight proved maybe the school is not as big as you think because book vine, I don't thinks quite good enough to play at the top level in the premier. League. Daily alleys blind with any confidence. He seems to have lost every sort of aspect of at the moment Gareth Bowel certainly not fit. So he's not going to be much of an influence at the moment the Center for disease came off as well as good with his back to goal but he's not gonNA running behind too many people in the school goes and he chose to take off the cell. So one of the midfield plus if it was me I, take off Harry Wings because I'm not. Sure. What how are you skip spurs are think he's to square with these past and he goes backwards he keeps the bull, but there's no penetration with these polls and he was one of the major problems with Spurs performance today Donna if you're in that locker room, but how did kill same renews comments after the game go down classic, Marini I was just saying listen now you have your answer as to why some of these plays on what are you thinking if you're one of those players? Well, you know I think you you get an idea when Josie comes out and realize that message to the press on jobs as always being the master. He's always been the master of going into press conferences and leaving a little bit on certain players without mentioning names I. think if your if your someone like tonight who's been under so much pressure. He's not in grateful. We've all been there as players when you're in a bad moment in your career and you can't make much squads. Given the opportunity tonight. 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The Ticho's Table Podcast

03:31 min | Last month

"antwerp" Discussed on The Ticho's Table Podcast

"With your partners dietary choices, for example store meat and dairy enclosed opaque containers. That is a practical practical that's true, except your differences and basically deal with it option with its she has an option to work on setting your own boundaries. Your own behavior is the only Behavior you can control that's true. Yeah, it's going to say it sounds a bit like, you know, you could have the boundary month. I will not be in a cohabitating relationship with someone who is not vegan, but then it is your responsibility to protect your boundaries and step away. I agree with everything except for the junior partner limits to what they're feeding their child's. Yeah, it could be it could be your it could be like it could be that your partner is not the parent of the child. So I think definitely you make the rules for your birth. If your parents and Jessica from Antwerp who's Instagram handle mentally is the portmanteau Jessica Antwerp says for me it helped to real life letting go and applying a soft approach actually has the biggest and longest term impact. I will never try and convince anyone of veganism. Especially not Uninvited off. It sets some people off they get an idea that vegans are militant and it doesn't help you reach quote your goal any quicker on the contrary, even if she said that I will not accommodate meat-eating meaning if you're in my house and I cook Thou shalt eat no animal produce. I hope so that's our house. Imagine. Some of them has a sausage in their handbag and yeah, slap sit on the dinner table set would be super rude debate. Yeah. I I don't think militant is necessarily a bad word, but game Stand in the context like she means it like pushing me socially Ghosh which means lamp like bringing back in at the vegan dinner party. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. She goes on since being vegan. This is a hopeful conclusion since being vegan. I've dated a few people and I've been into serious relationships with some reason I seem to attract massive meat eaters the first relationship. I had a massive people who eat meat or they eat a massive amount of me-wow the First Choice relationship. I had I actually transitioned from vegetarian to vegan. I didn't share much about it. But when he was at my place he ate what I cooked he then was intrigued by my transition did the research and they're still vegan to this day, which is about three years after the breakup current relationship. Also big meat eater coincidental. Spent three weeks with me 95% plant-based the vegan either he lost lots of weight without effort looks better first felt worse and then better but there's no arguing with that kind of experience first. Well, yeah, maybe that was psychosomatic. Who knows I never heard it could be gas maybe like never ate vegetables off. Then you certainly had a lot of fiber to contend with goodness. Also losing weight is like not not necessarily Mark of Health. No, no, not not but it sounds like that was what he was trying to do..

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How did Andy Murray win that?

The Tennis Podcast

05:36 min | 3 months ago

How did Andy Murray win that?

"Right Okay Day to the US Open. How on Earth did Andy Murray do that Catherine? He's just one from four, six, four, six, one, three down. How has he done that somebody explained to me Name Messing with the lewd tonight is the plum street in the deepened. Question isn't it? I mean what's going on? Well, they said to two women who we had to know primarily a CEO Tim. If you had to attribute that combat come back to one thing and one thing I think we're on a time limit. What would it be and he said halt. I think I mean obviously, that is that that is a word that covers a broad spectrum of things all of them are. Totally embodied by Andy Murray persistence to nasty doggedness stopping this. But obselete hot is what got him through a very bizarre tennis match today I mean I'm sure in the annals of time we remember the witness of if the match that will suitable fade away and we'll remember the school line in the emotion whatever ends up coming in the aftermath, but it was a It was a rookie right of a tennis match for for a long time. someone on twitter said that there was once a racehorse who died and when they cut the race open they realized he had a heart that was bigger than any other race horse in history and that feels like the kind of thing that might happen with Andy. Murray one day. That's a morbid take on them on a very joyous occasion for Andy. Murray. But it is one of those things isn't it? Because we think of Mary is so relatable and yet. On occasion like this, we I genuinely have no idea how he does something like that. It's it's thrilling to watch but I, come explain it. He operates on a different level of guts and defend defiance and resilient to what I'm capable of even imagining. In the you say that was a bit move it but didn't the encore interview immediately off the match the first question was Andy. We buried at the Australian Open last year and yet he He was just an alternate set of on the sports accidental turn of phrase unfortunately most well, we'll maybe fortunately a lot of these faces obscured by a mask, but I would quite like to have seen his full facial reaction to the declaration that he'd been buried the tennis community. Hopefully hopefully, we're looking at about fifty years down the road a sixty or something like that for. To have this. This forensic analysis. David Lewis let's get out of this. Yeah. Let's do that. Tell you what I think. We have just a bit of history in order so that we know exactly where we are with the Sandy Murry story. This is a man that was supposed to retire twenty months ago and. He didn't he went and had a hip surgery he went and had a new metal, hip. He then made a comeback and the combat went really well, and he won't doubles clean said he played mixed doubles with Serena Williams, at Wimbledon and then he went on won the singles title in Antwerp and it was just amazing and then he looked like he was hitting the buffet Z. looked like he was in real trouble when he had the complications and what was it called it the impingement of the joint with which which was think caused by sort of spare type thing on the hip and is causing all sorts of trouble didn't play the Australian Open this year I personally thought he was probably finished really at that point for. Twenty time. And slow behold he comes back place last week in Cincinnati Stroke New York has those two great wins over Varun Ti and then. Lost didn't look great against Manashe rich but comes into this match and a half to say I felt pretty sheep pretty. Confident on his behalf I thought he would. He would have struggle against a very good player world number forty, eight Yoshito Nishioka from Japan. He's twenty four years of age Manu beat Dan Evans. The Australian Open, this year, and who just has one of those really solid sprightly games left handed can hurt you but can also stay in rallies and for an hour and a half. He made Andy Murray. Look terrible Andy Maryland made himself look terrible and At that point I said on the radio and I know I said it on the radio because the BBC sport website copied and pasted my words into their text portal and I, got seventy four negative votes as a result of the words that I added which were Four six, four, six, one, three, headlined. He may not be able to do this anymore and I said this is one of the worst performances I've ever seen from Andy Murray to Grand Slam. He's got a metal hip, and he may not be able to do this anymore but looking at this having covered. So many of his matches I've never seen anything quite like it before past is not feeling very well, I, expected to see a fight tooth and nail his opponent is good and I thought he could cause problems but I expected it to be hyper competitive and Murray would win but it's not even close. And I stand by every single word that.

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Statue of Leopold II, Belgian King Who Brutalized Congo, Is Removed in Antwerp

Rush Limbaugh

00:30 sec | 6 months ago

Statue of Leopold II, Belgian King Who Brutalized Congo, Is Removed in Antwerp

"They're at it the statue of Belgium's king Leopold the second the world's worst imperialist he ran the Congo with slave labor uses family disgusting and totally incompetent imperialist and his statue is now being removed and and twelve today the king king Leopold the second statue has now been taken down all over the world everything now is being seen through the prism of George

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Creativity in lockdown with Dan Thawley

Fashion No Filter

07:03 min | 6 months ago

Creativity in lockdown with Dan Thawley

"Name's done thoroughly and I am. The editor in chief of a magazine curated by fashion and odds journalists based in Paris mistrial like I was born in Sydney and moved over to Europe in two thousand nine. And I've been working on this magazine since two thousand nine is its digital editor in two thousand and ten. I became the editor in chief. It's a magazine that was started in Antwerp in two thousand one with the mission of creating Belgium's first name fashioned title and it quickly became something quite different as the concept is to invite one fashion designer to curate each each issue of the magazine at say cut blonde to them to express their interests their that loves their obsessions and all about the universe in around two hundred pages and it is something that has really done a a world to a in nearly twenty years with designers from France and Italy from Japan from England and from the United States and really a covering a very very broad aesthetic scope as well so it started with designers like Martin Majella and had Iraq common and alleviate tastes skins people that were really based in that late nineties Belgian aesthetic And then moving forward. We've we've worked with the many many different types of designers like Alexandra mckelway at Gucci. We've worked with Palo Pitcher Lee at Gallon Tina and almost issue which is just about to hit newsstands. In the coming days and was announced last week is with. Luke and Lucy mayor who are the Co curated directors of Joe Sanders Milan. I'm such a fan of theirs. I'm really excited to read this. But I'm I'm wondering Dan. How how. How do you put together a print magazine while in confinement? How did you make that work? We're very impressed so we have. I mean it's always a long process in this initiative. We've been working on for many months. So certain parts of it were very luckily finished. Just before legal confinement and other parts of it was still in the process as we as we were shutdown lockdown here in France so I was very lucky to have program this issue more or less to come out around this Around this time but it was slightly delayed. But I'm what we don was actually done most of the physical productions in the months of January to March already. So what was the biggest challenge for US was That we usually design the magazine together without team in Cologne as we work with a wonderful office codes Marais and Mirae in a column and so usually we would have gone there with looking Lucia and whichever designer we were with the time for a couple of days and we sit in the office with them and we design all the pages and we go through all of the process of of the structure and putting everything together in person. And this time we were unable to do that. As actually there was a case of covid nineteen in the in the office in Cologne in the earlier. Part of of quarantine. It was really off the table before travel was actually Was actually restricted. So we were forced to do everything. And and work from home as as were everybody else. What we were lucky was that we'd had most of Al Photo shoots finished so I'm one of the challenges was that we had photographers rushing to their lab. Zola the All over the place to get prints developed in time and we did shoot Many different cities New York Bacelona Paris. I slammed we. We really were all over the place. Summer talk of traveled others were in their in their hometown during their own country where they could drive and and do something locally which was nice. It wasn't all baked productions Anyway but it was many small things happening at once and and so we did have the risk of getting some of our images in time and then everything was luckily through except for one or two things that we really had too late by the wayside and we set to work designing the magazine from fall which was very challenging. Because we had people in time zones on my colleagues Blake was in Vancouver with his family so he was able to come over for the design periods so we had people working from Vancouver to France to Cologne and Milan only lockdown so it was quite a juggling act but al lost real stroke of luck in the middle. That was that in fact we would for the first time printing with an Italian printout because they work with a special technique where the side of the magazine is actually invisibly bound. So it's bound with stitches. Which then all these small booklets stitch together and then glued on the side so you have this invisible spine with the stitches showing through and they were actually considered an essential service in Italy. Even though they were northern Italy area that was very very heavily affected by the virus and Due to their Status as an essential services provider we were able to print in April saw so that was really interesting and as I said a very serendipitous experience. The putting the print magazine together nut time of course like putting any media together in that period. It was something that had to be done very sensitively. It had to be done with a lot of thought to the well that we were living in at a particular time as well as The That we're going into and We were also very prescient with that because Lucy and Luke's same for the issue that was decided last. July was the idea of human nature and Mother Nature and the interactions between those things that have been decided way before because I feel it so APP. Yes so we've found ourselves with the same that we'd already been working on for months. It was already very much connected to current events. In a way you know we're looking at indicted environments. We were looking at different kinds of architecture that was linked to people's domestic lives the process of them creating work. We were looking at also different elements of of race. We were looking into also things that sort of pivoted around the way we deal with nature and environment. It was something that I of course have to think about when riding my editor's letter which is one of the loss things that goes into the magazine and A very timeless publication. We're not the kind of magazine like You were discussing earlier. The whether it's vogue or New York Times it has to be on the on the point of of the actually of the news and really making strong statements Thereabouts but what we did have in wanted to do. He was still a really acknowledged the fact that we were coming out in this time and in this year Wanted that we will never forget in our in our

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U.S. Birthrates Fall to Record Low

Total Information AM

00:56 sec | 6 months ago

U.S. Birthrates Fall to Record Low

"The CDC says the were the fewest number of newborns last year in the U. S. in thirty five years experts say the pandemic and economic worry will likely push those numbers lower this year overseas correspondent Vicki Barker tells us about the birth of the social bubble as people emerge from virus lockdowns it's the halfway house between complete lockdown and no restrictions in New Zealand and Belgium social bubbles can be a maximum of four people but it has to be the same for all the time what could possibly go wrong in Antwerp tomorrow's grandmother has ten children out of the ten children then she need to choose three of them to have to social bubble of four persons ouch definitely there will be some family problems later off of the covert descent disappears I think and psychotherapist Philippa Perry says prepare for bruised feelings swallow it if all of your choices go on I'm so sorry they've got friends and relations that come

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Grinding to a Halt

AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

07:55 min | 8 months ago

Grinding to a Halt

"It started off initially the night trump head incorrectly of course he incorrectly announced the travel ban into the US which turned out not to be a full ban at turned out to be limiting non residents and and non-citizens into the US. And we were trying to keep track of what routes were still operating routes. Were suspended which the time was a pretty doable concept but it so quickly morphed into what airlines are operating what capacity and what airlines are not operating at all for the time being and on top of that which airlines will never be operating again. Which is something. I expected to be tracking this week. Yeah I I mean when when you sent me the initial Spreadsheet and said. Do you want to help and I said sure that seems like something that we can kind of keep track out and look into schedules and things like that and then that just became an impossible task to to track individual rights when when airlines started moving towards. We're going to reduce forty percent of our capacity fifty percent sixty seventy eighty and now. The top of the sheet is just airlines. That are not operating flights right so we are currently tracking forty two airlines. That are completely one hundred percent grounded either now or in the very immediate future at ranges from tiny little Air Antwerp all the way to the bottom of the list. The Yemenia Airways sunwing in their Philippines Montenegro locked jet to Egypt there Cayman Airways Airlines from every region. All over. The planet have ceased operating entirely. And that's not even considering airlines at our ninety nine percent grounded such as Ryanair. Sas who have tons of group as a whole believe is ninety. Eight percent cut Air France. Ninety percent. Cathay Ninety percent tap ninety percent. Norwegian eighty-five doubt. They see the other end of this crisis. Korean Air Eighty five percent American Airlines fifty percent as of now but that will probably be going up. Some of the domestic. Us airlines are doing slightly better. Jet Blue has cut forty percent Hawaiian forty percent spirit down to twenty percents southwest really only twenty percent right now the Middle Eastern Airlines. Haven't done all that much. I believe guitar is just a five percent cut right now and I haven't heard much of Andy had or or Emerets but it is truly a global without exception circumstance right now. Yeah so we've started tracking since this began to sets of numbers. We've always tracked our our daily statistics so the total number of flights tracked we all. We've always kept track of that We've recently expanded things on the site to to give a better picture of that. We went from thirty day graft to a ninety day graph as well and we've also edited a moving average there to kind of keep track of things are headed for the first time so today's the nineteenth on the eighteenth of March that was the first time global tracking went down So we are now one percent below where we were at the same time last year. And that's the first time all all the the total number has dropped down. We've also started keeping track of what we're calling commercial flights so those are are scheduled passenger and cargo flights and those numbers are nine percent below where they were last year and and that is an and so that's not nine percent below where we thought they would be or were they were projected to be because I was looking at four point one percent increase for passenger traffic this year and I think a two percent increase for cargo traffic this year so nine percent below last year is an even bigger drop than than what we would expect to have seen this year all things being equal yes so everywhere across the globe capacity cuts in an actual fights operating is is pretty stark this year. Yeah and it's only I mean the will post a graph in in the show notes. But it's were looking at total flights tracked you know in the Below the twenty. Seventeen range now So we've I mean wiped out real gains in in less than a week and and that's going to that's going to continue as airlines wind down it major airlines down a vast majority of the operations looking at the US Delta American united are all parking aircraft at various airports around the US Delta's moving things to to Birmingham Alabama and Miranda Penal Park in Arizona United is using Victorville And also their hub airports The the new Berlin airport is finally getting Getting some use with storage for Lufthansa's fleet So that's a I guess you know an interesting move but they've got That positive note or just some. It's just it's just a data point that I mean it's airlines are soul. Looks like a parking lot Frankfort looks like a parking lot Vienna looks like a parking lot. The these things that you know they just seem so unimaginable a few weeks ago in this this you have no idea. Nobody knows what the outcome of this is Especially in Europe where this is particularly impactful airlines were already teetering on the edge a lot smaller airlines stopped operating. Recently a whole bunch of others were not in the greatest financial health. I wouldn't be surprised if several if not many European airlines do not survive this I mean flyby was the first domino to fall and that was the very early days of this whole outbreak We've had a couple airlines in the US that were about to start thinking about closing down. Maybe towards the end of the year Translate Airlines and now compass airlines have both decided The the Kutcher so dire at this point that they were going to ramp down towards the end of the year and they've decided what we will do it now because we're not fighting for anything right. I mean it's every new is already a sad situation with airlines shutting down in translates thankfully there was going to be some shuffling there but now I mean who knows and the one thing that has been pointed out I think is with all of these cuts keeping crews proficient and rated to fly. Whenever we do start flying again is going to be an interesting challenge. I was reading a bit about that this morning from a pilot who was concerned that that they weren't going to be able to to restart because they wouldn't be able to to legally operate the aircraft. I mean there's layers upon layers upon layers of things that no-one knows how this is going to work. No one really understands the the full impact of this and we're still kind of grappling through some of the minor in

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Why Curiosity Is the Key to a Successful Career with Philip Van Dusen

The Futur

08:35 min | 10 months ago

Why Curiosity Is the Key to a Successful Career with Philip Van Dusen

"Hope you enjoyed this episode with Philip Inducing Philip Thank you for coming on the show. Hello and and for people who don't know about you. Can you give us the really quick intro until offenders and and I'm a principal of their HAL brand design which is a consultancy Z.. We specialize in brand strategy marketing and designed for small to medium sized businesses and entrepreneurs. Are you a classically trained designer. I am not. I am a a classically trained painter. My masters in painting I used to teach painting back in the day. So how did you go from painting to doing design and brand strategy I I took a well. I like to call it a career web rather than a career ladder Lots of lots of side jobs but they we all made each other stronger and I start off his painter. As I said was teaching university for a little bit and then I came back from teaching in south France and I started my own t shirt company with the monitor types that I had been producing when I was teaching. And this was before the Internet so that dates me and and I walked the island of Manhattan with my low T. shirt sample case selling my stuff and street fairs Manhattan and stuff like that. Eventually over time realized that I didn't really like sales that much and I love doing the design work so I I went to work for one of my competitors about a five million dollar t shirt company that it was in Dumbo Brooklyn back when Gumbo did not have a West Elm. I worked there for about four or five years and it went from designer senior designer to creative director are- quickly and I realized very quickly that being creative director was a lot like teaching. Except you got paid more money and you weren't out of work every nine months so so it's nothing like teaching. Just kidding right this is very good. I've got I've got a couple of questions for you. You're in New York. How are you sustaining yourself? Assault selling t shirts. This sounds like it. Like how do you make ends meet. Yeah I was actually working at a frame shop in the West village same time and then I started doing well enough that I stopped working in the frame shop. But that's also right about the time that the the first MAC started to make its appearance in terms of really being a workable. All design machine. That's when I went to work for this other t shirt company. I see Woo man. You're like early kind of digital artist. If you're talking about the first I MAC and I'm gonNA throw a daycare and you don't have to confirm nor deny the date is Israel. Are we talking like eighty five ish like late eighty S. We're talking very very early. Nineties like okay like ninety nine and is this. The Beige all in one Macintosh. We're talking about yeah. Well Yeah Chrome. mm-hmm monochrome monitor the five K.. Yeah yeah the first one. I remember those days so naive myself to learn. Actually I think the first one the first Mac I had I rented and I rented it from a shop in Manhattan it was a Quadra seven hundred or maybe the one before that I think okay bought was a Quadra four seven hundred but it had like you know two hundred one hundred and seventy five megabyte hard drive in you know how powerful it was. I don't understand people do not understand this. One hundred seventy five megabyte hard drive was a big deal back then. Yeah Yeah I mean the fact that you had. Yeah I don't really get into because we're going to hold out. No I hear here's one little blow your mind. got a black and white laser printer and it cost me thirty eight hundred dollars and just bought one for my office and the toner cartridge was more expensive printer. It costs like I don't know sixty nine on dollars or something like that. I always like that. My Gosh so much change okay. So you're working on a frame shop. Now you're selling t shirts and and when you when you say you're selling tee-shirt is it the way I imagine you come out the design you pay for the printing and then you're sending selling your original artwork on a T.. Shirt is that how that works the up. That's how it worked time went and then printed Ed and I You know ship them. I took them in cases with my old beater car to wherever they were being sold in gift shops and stuff often apparel stores in Manhattan But then when I went to work with other company that we were shipping rain for the United States and stuff like that and that company that five million dollar company they also design t shirts. Yeah we did all original designs. I say we are a huge business in the Caribbean so a lot of resort teas and stuff like that. We also have a lot of things called name drops where you have a design but then you put like Siesta key in the bottom of it or you know Tampa Bay or you regionalize. The design For souvenirs shops and whatnot. Then I I went to work for another licensed. T shirt company That did a lot of character. Art You Know Disney and Warner brothers and stuff like that For about a year and I was managing about ten people at that point and then got picked up by old navy right when they were starting. and Oh wow. An old navy and Was One of the first handful of designers there again very he kind of moved from senior designer to create director and eventually over a period of eleven years moved up to Vice President of graphics Textile Design Trend Trend Packaging and color and so and I had five divisions I was you know managing sixty five people. So that's for how I really kind of gum stripes. I came up in the fashion industry retail fashion industry. And during that time I also got you know one of the things I loved about the jobs. I got your travel all all over the world quarterly so I would fly to Tokyo and Berlin and London and Milan and Antwerp and shop for work so I would just bought Trans Right. Yeah Twelve Trans. So that's where my that's where my trend I came from okay so when you're the VP OF GRAPHICS WCHS trends and all the other things that you put in there for old navy. Yeah what years is now. It was ninety five and I left there in two thousand six right. That's your ten year span. There eleven spent two thousand six. And how quickly were you able to ascend from being new in the door to being VP. I I was a VP within the first five years. Wow and what do you attribute that to like. Why did they pick you of all the people because you wanted to managing in sixty ish people right? Why did it take you to be the guy? And why not the person standing next to you. What what characteristics did you have all? I think one of the things that's always worked to my advantage manages. I'm very left and right brain I have. I have a head for numbers and strategy and the other piece of his people management. You know. That's where the teaching teaching really came in Handy. Because I had developed a decent emotional intelligence so managing people was came easy to me and I also oh you know built great partnerships within the organization so essentially my groups were acting as an internal agency to all the other product divisions so You know I think it was my I built an acumen for finance and budgeting and You know hiring the right people managing and people being a good negotiator with my business partners. That sort of thing. So you're basically doing everything that I wished. I had done at whatever place Jason My career because I expired one day to create a t shirt company Godsell. But I didn't have your your gumption. I didn't have probably even your talent to go out there and sale because I was too stuck in my own brain like this is weird. I don't know I can't sell. What if they see no and so i? I picked a different career path. But you did this and you seem to. I have been able to navigate one situation for another and trade up constantly. Yeah it worked pretty well I mean in the old navy t shirt business. This is just a little fun fact. the old navy t shirt business. Graphic tee shirt business was a seven hundred million dollar a year business and we produce the old navy flag teams the biggest selling t shirt in history one year. We sold one point seven million of them or something like that And we figured it out. It was like three percent of the United States population. Bought one that it was so many t shirts that we had to actually buy cotton futures so before the cotton was even grown. We had to like buy futures on causes to hear of cotton while sprint

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"antwerp" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

Monocle 24: Section D

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"antwerp" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

"They were offered a stand on the top floor between the bridal gowns when no buys is ventured because all the bigger designers was showing the first floor that is until someone from Barney's in New York pass by a Sioux Nami of bias agents. I'm press followed. Elliot and the Belgian designers returned home with multiple orders from London. They went to Paris where they had their own fashion shows and gradually they put Belgium at the center of the fashion world. Take the names Threes Fund Norton and Moon Master of Umberto Dunk Derek van Santa Marina and Derek combat the English press had difficulties pronouncing those long Flemish names. I'm promptly labeled the Antwerp sex people still refer to the Antwerp six as an untouchable group will ever be able to match which of course isn't the case case abroad the media elected slips of the story of the sex portraying them as a group of steadfast friends but in Belgian that designers did everything possible to Martha individuality in their own unique ways. They've continuously tried to the Belgian fashion on the likes of Christian Vents Steffen Schneider Chris von Asa Haida Ackerman endemnic Vassilia have followed all of the above our alumni from the fashion department of Antwerp's Brawl Academy of Fine Fine Arts one of the most dynamic renowned fashion schools in the world attracting students from more than forty different nationalities from baron dunk is now head of the fashion department and and watchdog of the academy's Experimental Ethos. No one can deny that the six together with the city's flourishing fashion school have made Antwerp a more exciting place of the post cost that yes.

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"The Obedience of a Christian Man" published - October 2, 1528

This Day in History Class

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"The Obedience of a Christian Man" published - October 2, 1528

"Day was October fifteen twenty eight the book the obedience of a Christian man by English Protestant William Tyndall was first printed in Antwerp Antwerp Belgium in the book. Tyndall said that kings were the head of their countries church and were accountable to guide not to the pope. The book is is one of the key texts in the English reformation. A- period in the sixteenth century when reformers challenged the authority of the Pope and the Roman Catholic Church tender was a scholar and theologian he was also a linguist who became fluent in several languages over the years including French Greek Hebrew and Latin but his religious views grew to be radical and controversial influenced by the reformation tend to believe that only the Bible should determine the doctrine of the church. We also thought that translating the New Testament into English would allow people to have their own understanding of scripture rather than one determined. I the Catholic Church the translation of the Bible that the Roman Catholic Church use the vulgarity was in Latin so the Bible was read in Church in Latin which few people attending religious services could understand but the church wary of anyone or anything that may challenge tradition required ecclesiastical approval of translations and readings of the Bible in English reformer John Wycliffe and those who promoted his views known as lawler's were persecuted as takes for their defiance of the beliefs and practices of the church and their translations of the Bible into English but even though having unauthorized kingland translations of the scriptures result in charges of heresy people still read English translations and reformers acknowledged the Bible as the highest authority the Biblical word not the Pope and Tyndall was determined to translate the Bible into English even after Church authorities in England refused his requests he left England and by fifteen twenty five he had completed his translation of the New Testament and by the next year printing the New Testament Testament was complete. It was the first New Testament in English to be mass produced with the printing press rather than being handwritten thousands of copies. TINDALL's New Testament were printed by the time he was executed in fifteen thirty six per heresy and it influenced later Bible translations including the Sixteen Sixteen Eleven King James Bible Tyndall also published other books in which he criticized the practices of the Catholic Church. One of the most influential was the obedience of a Christian man though the original title of it is much longer than that the book is divided into three main sections preceded by two introductions and the First Section discusses God's laws of obedience in the people bound to obey them the second expressive how the people who have authority should rule first and the third affirms that the literal sense of scripture is spiritual in the book. He said that worshipers should affirm the authority of the Bible over any other authority authorities like the Catholic Church and the post the book also claimed that God appointed kings who authorities of their realms Ambuhl bowland owned a copy of the book which according to anecdotal evidence was eventually shown to King Henry the eighth. It's been claimed that the king liked the stance on Papal Authority authorities expressed in the book and that book influenced the Act of supremacy which declared Henry the eighth and his successors the Supreme Head of the Church of England instead of the Pope Nope. Those claims are unsubstantiated other books. Tyndall wrote include the parable of the wicked mammon and the practice of the prelate

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The Hasidic King of Coke

Locked Up Abroad

02:56 min | 1 year ago

The Hasidic King of Coke

"Acidic King of Coke is the story of Samuel Liebowitz British Orthodox Jew coming from the cloistered life in his religious community. He I had never experienced the temptations of the secular World Yum wittingly gets lured into the dangerous underworld of drug smuggling the lavish lifestyle is very appealing and intimately becomes a major drug kingpin in Brazil. He doesn't truly understand the consequences until a devastating event curves but this isn't enough for him to walk away leading to a terrifying stint in the deadly Carandiru. John Kasich the way I was brought up in London. It's very strict home very rarely that we should mix with outside world. We brought up our own schools segregated. There was a lot of times. We got bullied by the neighbor kids. My parents is scientists me. When I was seventeen I should get get married? I said I'm interesting to get married yet. I was told I'm engaged. Engaged got married. Wasn't very happy moving if I may having are needing separated apart by tiny I'm getting divorced. Aw that's decided. I'm moving away from England in nine hundred ninety two hours. I was twenty four years old and I lived in Antwerp. Entered is very nice but it's very big Jewish community. I worked with my friend and green grocer waking up early every morning is going into the market to get the fruit vegetables shop you. I was to start a new page life Monday. Some guy who I knew approached me is name is and he said he was in the diamond trade out to the blue the offensive during the holiday who doesn't want to go into holiday. Okay do you want to go to Brazil Some Paula pretend they're all fully paid for. I was working very hard other maybe so kind to me because he sees me Kazadi. Did I ask any questions note. Okay I'll go.

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Cyber Law: Everything You Need to Know

Reimagine America

08:45 min | 1 year ago

Cyber Law: Everything You Need to Know

"You know, we hear every day attacks and hacking, and all of this kind of stuff at Facebook, or you know, even this week at Amazon my goodness. But it's so much bigger than that you, and I both know that. So it really is a question as you said in your outlined before you can understand tax adversaries and mitigation options. The to understand the environment that we operate in. So what is eyebrows space? Well, thank you for having me this morning. I may you know, it's it's a large and almost unwieldy unwieldly complex topic. And I'm looking forward to getting some specific areas over our conversations about cyber risk. But to really understand what that risk looks like and to look at how governments businesses and even we as individuals can begin to mitigate reduce that risk. You do that whole what we government we refer to operating environment. So what really want everyone to walk away? Today are coming up city of two different things. What cyberspace really is what in compass and also what we call a cyber attack surface and other term talk about a little bit. These are foundational pillars to understanding cyber risk. And why cyber threats are so important and important to all of us and a lot of different ways some obvious when our banking accounts hat, some not so obvious in the sense that everything's interconnected, and that's going to impact nearly every aspect of our lives. So so this is going to be pretty elementary because I want to start what kind of broad overview and evolve discussions. From that funny show understanding inches some specific risk areas that we're gonna talk about in time. And why am one of the things we're going to address over time is what congress did something. What if congress actually will be nice this what we one of things? I hope you is listeners walk away with from today's discussion in the subsequent discussions. We're gonna have is just how big just how important and just help potentially dangerous. This space is while congress thinks infrastructure is potholes. Indeed, the first please think in world and everything you can see everything, you know, about it. Continents countries. Borders, fiscal borders, political borders, if oceans waterways, trysofi provider's office buildings laws regulations. All of these things are designed around the concept of national sovereignity and are defined by those borders of markets and governments and industry operating each. It's a world we've known since the dawn of human progress that shapes our every engagement in our interactions. It's a well we can travel cross too. But it takes hours sometimes days pay on. How far you're going now to understand the cyber operating environment. What it looks like I want you to begin imagine a scale magnitude, which cyber risk redefines everything so think of cyberspace as nother world overlaid on top of that physical world and. Cyberspace world. There are no geopolitical borders. There's no natural border snow real borders of any kind, and it is one that can be traveled across at least the information from a computer can. But takes literally fractions of a second run two hours days. We take physically move across that now because this cyberspace were encompasses and impacts everything in our physical world. It does not, but does not have the same geopolitical legal distinctions. We have always governor selves by. So it raises serious questions about how do you enforce what should be reasonable behavior? Let's look at it. Another way laws long ago, an internationally accepted established what is quote unquote, normal behavior for a country to country interactions. If you fire a missile over the border adversarial country, it's an act of war clear-cut, perhaps even likely so even if you don't actually kill anyone. But if you fire cyberattack across the same borders, and you use it to say stealing lectu, probably is not an active war. What if? A cyber attack took out electric grid, which in turn got the power to community hospital, resulting the deaths of patients who couldn't be treated should not be considered any different missile lands in somebody's house reasonable people. Argue it certainly should. But the point is the laws not that clear cut as not black white inter still a lot of gray area when it comes cyber operations have yet to coalesce into any kind of standards of normative behavior between countries and that offers. Countries with ill intent great great opportunity. It also in an we don't mean just from a Connecticut warfare fence. But clearly as we are seeing now in the trade negotiations with China. Differing laws differing philosophies about what it means to electrically steal from someone else or electronically to snoop or eavesdrop on somebody else. Let's important point. I touch them. I want to go on the staff of intellectual property is a longstanding problem was greatly exacerbated by cybersecurity is when we think about cyber it's important to remember impacts bill's economic security and national security the defense side of the national scale that relatively obvious think of as missiles again, the cyber attacks against say military governates he's, but there's a number countries in the world who argued economic security is national security vice versa, don't really draw any distinction between them. So they allowed our military cyber operators to do fairly broad another piece to this equation, those attribution instantly, we're gonna talk a lot about and coming weeks. How how you know who did an attack? And as well beyond today's conversation. But as important to understand for now that actually bution in general, it's pretty hard to do. And it can be fairly slow to actually be very slow depending on on the specifics of cyberattack see how this kind of political wild west nature of cyberspace very few loss to guide or set, what should be normal and acceptable behavior. And you have the challenge of attribution making it relatively easy for cybercriminals to do this kind of work anonymously in that encourages cybercrime and a lot of it in a foreign hackers. Try to explain people businesses governments in order to get something funny. It's a lot of it. For example, sometimes simple hacking, banks. Sometimes it's a ransomware attack shutting off access to your to your all of your data, forcing all employees in a company to pay up bitcoin or some other non Mus cryptocurrency or lose their data. Sometimes it's something more sophisticated. I'm reminded a two thousand twelve s give or take a couple years case, which Subir criminals hack their way into the port of Antwerp Belgium, nor to modify shipping container manifest before ships had actually. Arrived. They do this in funnel hundreds of millions of dollars worth of drugs guns money from three years tonight efforts. There are a lot of ways crime impacts not only rampant, but it is growing significantly. So no sign of abating as the next week. We'll start looking at this specific risk areas about why it why not continuing. As we all know. Well, most of us have been hack at some point or another even if we don't necessarily realize that people can also get exploited directly, your computer could be hacked can be stolen using it for mation gleaned from hacks places like equifax, so your Bank, and guess believe or not there really are people respond to the Email for deaf ear businesses that gave associated prison Nigeria offering you cut of a twenty five million dollars state if you'd only wired money ahead of time. There's a lot of reasons why this kind of stuff continues. Yeah. Actually, I know somebody who was approached and did put out some money owed here. Yeah. Yeah. People people can be gullible in some of these EV these attempts have become quite sophisticated unless the key because what's changing cyberspace sophistication level. We won't even talk for now about artificial intelligence. But there's a lot of things are making making these kinds of attacks much easier to reeducated and a lot. It's it makes people a lot more receptive to the risk itself. Yeah. Well. The the very basic, very basic nature of this is everything from that little phone in your hand everything in this world is now

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"antwerp" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"antwerp" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"At the head of the school of Tehran was Leonardo. Thought about. Afterwards. It was shown that that Mr. nadeau battler in the three years that he was in Antwerp. He never bought or sold any diamonds at all. You were simply there to do as we call a reconnaissance, and you found out that they also built this replica over the volt where they practiced exactly what they were going to do. Why was that? And did you see that place? So we never saw the place, but we do know for sure that they must have built some kind of a replica because they were able with with self constructed material to open all the individual safes without making a lot of noise without drilling without losing time. So they must have been practicing and knowing how to open each individual safe Patrick's team needed more evidence against Leonardo not about low. So although they didn't have the footage of the crime itself. They did have the tapes in the run-up to the crime and of the trolling through hours of footage. They saw someone familiar. We saw the days before the highest missile north of buffalo was doing his last reconnaissance. For example. We saw on camera that he was carrying a black back under his arm, and we sing okay? What is he doing with the back, and we saw him pointing out towards security Edward retrieved the back in his apartment that black back. We saw it was containing video camera with a hole in it. So he was himself missing. The Butler was actually taping. Everything was going on eve already heard about the levels of security at the vote the heat detectors movement. Detectives sound detectors light detective even seismic alarm detectors. Three meticulous. Planning the school of Turin gang had come up with ingenious solutions to through the system. They used to broomstick handle with polystyrene on the end, even hairspray to disable an alarm, very simple, but ingenious then the more complex tricks. Mr. Nauta, Buffalo's covert filming. Meant they'd managed to work out the security code, but the door itself relied on magnets. Now. I'm going to do my best explain this. If the door opened to magnetic plates were pulled apart and off the siren went, but the thieves bypass that by using tape and unscrewing the bolts, connecting the magnets to the door, which meant they could move the magnets without pricing them apart and silently open, the vote many of their other techniques may never be known to the police like how the thieves got into the fortress of the diamond center in the first place. Patrick has his theories, but nothing conclusive what the police did manage to do is gather enough evidence about what the thieves did do and in may two thousand fifteen the case went to trial. What happened at that trial? The court case itself was quite easy because there was enough evidence for the judges.

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A tunnel and a hole in the floor: Belgium ponders bank heist

AP 24 Hour News

01:00 min | 1 year ago

A tunnel and a hole in the floor: Belgium ponders bank heist

"A weekend robbery in Antwerp Belgium's. Famed diamond center was as daring it was dangerous when police reacted to a warning call at a Bank, they found the volt door still secured it was on the after they forced their way inside that they realized they were dealing with a heist worthy of a Hollywood movie. Police found some thirty Mt. Deposit boxes a hole in the floor and the tunnel to the sewage system police haven't specified what the rubber aromas made off with but clients lined up Monday to find out if their boxes have been emptied the way, it looks now is the is I had to dig a tunnel from a home several hundred meters away into the sewage system then a move had to be made through the Coster phobic sewers measuring less than a meter wide tool. The Bank, and then they had to dig a second tunnel to get up into the Volta the BNP Paribas branch after that. It was a case of getting as much as possible it was a weekend. So. So the robbers had perhaps a bit more

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Ringing In The Ears

A Moment of Science

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Ringing In The Ears

"Welcome to another moment of science take it away. Don, Don, Don. Oh, sorry head. My your Budzyn listening to a little zepplin must've been pretty loud. And of course, listen to zip. But you really shouldn't what who you? So well my mayors ringing. That's exactly my point. Did you know done that? At least one study has found that many teenagers have chronic tinnitus. Also known as ringing in the ears mind goes away after a few minutes. You're fortunate. Researchers that Antwerp university in Belgium looked at survey data from nearly four thousand high schoolers and found that one in five reported constant ringing in their ears. The data doesn't explain exactly why. But it probably has to do with Kim. Listening to MP three players high volume. All the time doesn't sound good. It's not tinnitus isn't just annoying chronic ringing in the heirs can disturb sleep, hamper concentration and make it difficult to relax the ensuing. Stress can make it hard to function in school and at work wall. His their way to cure tinnitus, not when it's become chronic. But you can take steps to prevent it. So take my advice turned down zeppelin, even when I'm listening to stairway to heaven. Yup. This moment of science comes from Indiana University. There are hundreds more moments of science on our website at a moment of science dot org. Where you can also view videos and sign up for podcasts that web address again is a moment of science dot org. I'm Yahya Cassandra Dr dog glass.

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"antwerp" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"antwerp" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"Engagement with the unknown as Rachel batsman says about trust, right? So I, I was listening to Jack described this whole thing, and I thought that's so interesting and that's when I actually began to shift my interest from sexuality to eroticism because they rotate schism is that life force that aliveness adversity. And then I begin to apply to my community. So I grew up in Antwerp in Belgium, and I've often said, but that is, I didn't say before I wrote mating now it's a line that people somehow has really spoken to them because it applies to every trauma. I don't think it's unique at all to my background, that in my community, they were two groups of people. The people who did not die and the people who came back to life, the people whose houses were more bit the co- the couch. Is were covered in plastic. The shades were pulled down, you know, they were supposed to be refuge from the danger, but they were not supposed to be places where you live. When you try when you laughed where you've trusted, rusted may love, you know, experienced pleasure, anything like that. The world was dangerous. You don't trust anybody except maybe your family and you suddenly can't experience pleasure and enjoy because if you being, because when you're experiencing pleasure, you not paying attention to danger. It's just, you can't be in those two moves at the same time. And I remember those children. I remember their parents. They were in my class. I would go play at a houses and eat was morbid and lived very tattered to the ground. And then I looked at this other group of survivors as well, and they were like my parents stay. They were going to live life, you know, they were going to experience erotic as an antidote to death. They were going to face adversity, understand that the world may not be safe. Live with the insecurity, but not let it stop them and enjoy party don'ts. Have I mean really experience beauty.

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"antwerp" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"antwerp" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Idea that were easier on evidence that supports what we want to believe and were hard on evidence that uh rebuts what we want to believe in that's now part of the confirmation bias that's a thing we recognize that great people are also aware of the fact that uh if i want something to be true i actively go out and look for evidence consistent with it if i want something not to be true i'll go actively look for evidence that's inconsistent with it we can call that the confirmation bias that's true there's evidence to support that but the confirmation by a says even more insidious more pervasive than that that is even if you don't care about what the situation our question but the antwerp what the right answer might be like should you award custody to this person or that person we still engage in this one example that i think makes this clear is i suppose i'm hosting a dinner party and i tell you you're going to be sitting next to john i think john's politically conservative you just might wanna but you might want to test that out i'm not sure how would you test that out well you had asked conservative oriented questions you would see john don't you think the government is too intrusive sometimes and then he as a conservative would say yes but even a liberal would say well sometimes sure the government's too intrusive if i told you hey you're going to be sitting next john i think he's politically liberal you might want to check that out you might ask a very different question john don't you think we need to do something about global warming don't you think we need to do something about income inequality and if he's liberal hill say yes but if you're a conservative at least when it comes to income inequality or gonna yeah we need to do things about it might be different things than a liberal but the thrust is you're going to get answers that support what you.

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"antwerp" Discussed on V103

V103

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"antwerp" Discussed on V103

"Good morning and this is antwerp with the news in southern california everybody rescue crews are still searching for some two dozen people reported missing as a result of this week's flash floods and mud size in monte cedo as of last night the death toll out there had reached fifteen president trump repeated his promise yesterday to help keep socalled dreamers in the country and from being deported but only only only if democrats support his promise us mexico wall any solution has to include the wall because without the wall all doesn't work so he says democrats say they do support stepped up border security is just that they don't think a new wall is the way it provided me while us immigration agents reportedly rained down on 7eleven convenience stores across the country yesterday arresting people thought to me in the country illegally 21 people under arrest a panel of federal judges has given lawmakers in north carolina three weeks to draw up a new map outlining where the state's thirteen congressional districts are all three judges say the current one draws drawn up by the gop is in violation of the constitution's equal protection prevision because districts are drawn to only favour the elections a more republicans thereby violating the free speech of democratic candidates republicans say they're going to appeal this one close to one hundred french actresses writers and academics have signed on to an open letter criticising what they say is the current wave of puritanism in unfair denunciations unleashed by the harvey weinstein scale they can get this the letter says basically that while it's a good thing that women are speaking out that the mi2 movement they say has gone too far becoming a witchhunt that is hurting innocent men is how to let it goes and the frenchled also says women are not helpless children who need constant protecting and they defend a man's right to tries to do so woman or make a pass about forty women now in this country should a counter letter citing high statistics of sexual violence and compared the french women to quote a tired old uncle who can't see what's going on while finally today is cigarettes are hazardous to your health day it's also national step in a puddle in splash of those kind of a big club.

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"antwerp" Discussed on The Locker Room

The Locker Room

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"antwerp" Discussed on The Locker Room

"All right you at antwerp if this was your father if lofar ball was your dad how would you handle going into the nba and hearing these comments that he consistently has said what how would you approach that i may i will be i'll be disciplined up i wanna say some somali day and i agree with you sean amazed is to the point now you you've gotta watch some your comments like i mean let him let them go ahead create his own name in alvesukrainejoan brand but you can't be saying that he's better the magic on his you know you guys you've got to respect gosden a played this game before you an and how good they are they wearing and pave the way for your son have an avenue to plan is the plan only out i was he was embraced the fact that his sons is number two picking a draft his plan for the losangeles legacies in this is the best time of his life in and just take their attention from yourself and his build brand continue to build a big ball a brand image assemply on the court but you gotta stop with the comments about he's better themagicjohnson and better now you are the players and he has play one professional the he's a lot yes he and radio and the espionage drug protocols in major sports hub attesting is gone where the responsibility lies whether it's with the players the league and then how do you handle it when you get in trouble than espnradio presented by president shirts create your name your price tool choose the range of coverage options and then picked the price it works best for you as progressiveinsurancedeangeliswilliams with adamschefter on his podcast earlier this week no them a november from adam podcasts here's what he had to say about players that get in trouble with the drug protocol programs.

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"antwerp" Discussed on Hashtags and Stilettos

Hashtags and Stilettos

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"antwerp" Discussed on Hashtags and Stilettos

"To bed he is the man but men just need it and i think they look for women to give them that in so yeah but when they see or hear that you own a company owned company whatever or we're trying to build something even if we work in corporate america and were superambitious were constantly going after the next level i don't like we can be like cheerleading an emotive people that's not an issue because obviously we want people to kind of join us owners journey we want people to be successful but they still don't know issues like this is still not enough sometimes in i haven't found that right guy yet i think but i don't want to speak to step in and sometimes it's like if it's the right person it will work out but again i've had my fair share of of struggles where i've dealt with people who were professionally accomplish antwerp sorry professional trying to get their lives together and this becomes an issue and then what have you there's their issues that come with that and then you deal with the people who are professionally accomplished ended their their own set of unique issues there were fly i can't figure this out i i just can't figure it out the question these so like the people the man that you need that are actually accomplish that you're looking at them like this is my ideally in terms of a career or industry match do feel like they're as interested or are they also equally like.

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"antwerp" Discussed on Latest in Paleo

Latest in Paleo

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"antwerp" Discussed on Latest in Paleo

"Have a slight idea so are these are some of the the the ideas that have intriguing aid towards the end of my career is autoimmune diseases would you say this to kind of wrap up on aging in longevity deal that the paleo diet is the best approach score at least among the best approaches four longevity well you know it is difficult to say because you so many factors that interact one thing that we can say is that um a caloric larry uh reduce diet in some but not all animals uh seems to perhaps causes a an increase in longevity and i i think one of the problems is well one of the items were working on were working on an article on human longevity and dairy products in antwerp one and so uh dairy products seem to uniquely stimulate uh import one and that that may be a problem and i don't know if he epidemiology can confirm it or not but uh the epidemiology generally suggests that mortality uh in dairy drinkers uh seems overall mortality seems to be increased from a variety of factors slick frincis dairy products are uh i have a significant risk for prostate cancer in men and that's were came out of the harvard school of public health him and basically epidemiology studies from all over the world and mechanistically there's some items that uh go along with it so you can't say for certain that drinking milk causes prostate cancer but it certainly increases your risk know knowing the paper you're going to get a lot of flak from dc don't um address like uh draw milk verses kiko tight milk are you looking at that or are you looking at it at such a a finer details level that that doesn't even come into play.

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