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Women Around the World: Dr. Amani Ballour
"Dr amani. bollore is eight thirty three year. Old pediatrician that helped lead an underground secret hospital known as the cave during the attacks including the chemical attack in eastern gupta. Which is the suburb of damascus. Dr mani was raised in the area. She later would serve as the youngest of six. She had two brothers and sisters and as she became a teenager. She unlikely sisters insisted on continuing education and moving onto college. Originally dr ramani wanted to be an engineer but because her family refuses support her in this engineering seen as a man's job she moved on to study medicine and focused on being a pediatrician wasn't long after she graduated that she started volunteering at a hospital in eastern gupta but the hospital which at the time was currently under construction was attacked and seized which forced the small staff to be moved to an underground unfinished building. Later known as the cave we are referring to her as dr armani because that's what she is referred to throughout all the documentaries as well as any other reports so if you're wondering why so. She started her career during the syrian civil war which has been ongoing for over ten years. And has ongoing. It's still happening. The war has wreaked havoc and tragedy throughout the country killing over three hundred eighty thousand people. All two hundred five thousand. Three hundred people are missing. Presumed dead at least fifty. Five percent of syrians have been displaced since two thousand eleven and has twenty twenty one at least thirteen point. Four million people inside of syria needed some sort of humanitarian assistance including more than twelve million. Heure strong for food and from malnourishment including half a million children and though medical facilities are supposed to be under protected status there have been at least five hundred ninety five attacks on three hundred fifty different facilities which had and deaths of at least nine hundred and twenty three medical personnel and one who was actually featured on documentary as well and had left only half of the medical facilities operational This is all according to the physicians of human
"armani" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Armani suits lunch spa goes and run up tabs at L. A's. They call themselves the billionaire Boys Club. They're united by a common goal. They want all the riches and status. They were promised since birth, and they'll stop at nothing to get it. Their leader is Joe Hunt. He's 23 years old, charming and charismatic and master of mind games. But Joe's real talent lies in policing millions of dollars from wealthy investors in a high stakes Ponzi scheme is a scheme that will slowly implode. And put its members on a path to revenge, kidnapping and Murder. I'm Tracy Patton join me and my co host Timothy Lafont. As we dive into Hollywood in the 19 eighties, when capitalism is king and greed is good. How did Joe Hunt managed to con Million's from investors? Why did it Looking for peace in Afghanistan on Jack Kelly and Fox News. After decades of violence, peace talks have begun between the Afghan government and representatives of the Taliban secretary of state Mike Pompeo, telling both sides of the talks in Cutter I hope you will look inside your hearts. Each of you carry a great responsibility. No, no, that you're not alone. The entire world wants you to succeed. Then it's counting our new succeeding the start of the talks coming one day after the the start of the talks coming one day after the 19th anniversary of the 9 11 attacks on the United States, the trigger.
Lions place five players on COVID-19 list
"Coming to the Lions, five Lions players were placed on the reserve Koven 19 list this afternoon Kenny Golladay, TJ Haakenson Armani or Warrior, Jalen Elliott and Aaron Sebas. This designation does not mean that all players have tested positive, though the Reserve covert 19 list was created for players who have either tested positive. Or have come in close contact with an infected person.
Brooks Brothers Bankruptcy: Nostalgia, Anger, and a Bidding War
"The abandonment of the suit helps explain the struggles of one of America's most iconic fashion companies, brooks brothers, the two hundred two year old brand filed for bankruptcy protection on July eight sure blame cove nineteen, but now you'd be wrong. Suits with the three piece with Thai or skirts and high heels used to convey professionalism and competence, they served as symbols that you took your job seriously and respected your customers, the ones you were treating too expensive lunches, madman style, but even before the pandemic they'd become something of an anachronism. Most of us now see little to no relationship between the way we dress in our competence at work, think Mark Zuckerberg's hoodies. Indeed expensive suits can be viewed as a sign of elitism. Put it starkly. The corporate fashion code has gone by the wayside. Brooks brothers struggles represent a cultural shift, not just a Kobe tragedy. Brooks brothers famously dressed all but four presidents. It is the longest continuously operating fashion business in America and until this month it boasted about making its products in America the Brandon's three factories in the states in Massachusetts North, Carolina and New York. CEO Claude Delvecchio is planning to close those factories. We'll get to that in a minute. As you know, apparel sales have been decimated by pandemic closures in April nobody bought clothes whether from Brooks brothers or JC, Penney and other retail casualty, but did you know the actual numbers? Clothing sales fell almost ninety percent in April, according to retail dive, but brooks brothers began looking for a buyer about a year ago. The company operates five hundred stores two hundred of them in the US sales have been flat at about a billion dollars a year since twenty, seventeen, prior to the pandemic bankers estimated the company's value at three hundred to three hundred fifty million dollars. Figure Delvecchio disputed. As, I mentioned the company intends to close its three US factories later this month in the gritty industrial town of. Massachusetts home of its largest factory. Its largest immigrant workforce is being denied severance pay many of those workers, immigrants and refugees women from the Dominican Republic. Vietnam Burma and Nepal have made the company's fine clothing for years so far brooks isn't budging. Despite pleas from the union, and from members of Congress according to the Boston Globe in North Carolina, the factories, the only large employer in the little town of Garland closure would affect that town forever, mayor winifred. Hill, Murphy told The New York Times. In response, CEO, Del Vecchio, says for survival. We must hang onto as much cash as possible, but the globe reports that its chapter eleven filing includes plans to give compensation benefits, severance and bonuses totaling millions to other workers. Brooks brothers will transform, but unlike many of its retail brethren its survival is not in question. In fact, at least one bidder for the company believes it can earn annual revenue of three billion dollars within five years more than triple its current sales, so many buyers are vying for the brand at both the Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg used the phrase the races on those making bids. Bids Include Mall Company Simon, property, group, authentic brands, group and W. H. P. Global another bidder is a group of Italian. Investors led by a company called GIO which typically helps fashion companies improve their online presences. The Wall Street Journal possibly with tongue firmly in cheek, considering the state cut of Brooks brothers clothing says Julia wants to quote introduced some European flair to the quintessential American brand. Julia's clients include Armani Maxmara and other designers. Brooks brothers is accepting bids through August fifth, so brooks will survive, but what about it's cheaper? Rival men's warehouse tailored brands which owns men's warehouse and the more upscale Joseph. A. Bank plans to close at least a third of its fifteen hundred stores. It said this month it hasn't filed for chapter eleven protection, but it came close according to CNN. That threat remains even after it stores reopened. Sales have been falling. They were down about eighty percent at Joseph A. Bank in the first week of June, as we all continue to do business in Pajama Pants as we all know nostalgia sells Joseph A. Bank doesn't have nearly the name or the history of Brooks brothers, which drips with nostalgia. Teddy Roosevelt apparently insisted his rough riders. Riders wear the Brand Abe. Lincoln was also a brooks brothers customer, one reason for the bidding war beyond what is sure to be the lowest price anyone ever imagined for the stalwart brand. Is What author Lisa Burn? Bach believes about Fashions Post. Pandemic Future Birnbaum who authored the twenty ten book true. Prep argues that the company must be saved after the pandemic finally end, she writes. There will be weddings. There will be funerals. There will be. We hope live operas and theatre and premieres in concerts and fancy dress parties. Where we can't predict the future, but we can observe the present, and what's happening to upscale apparel in the US. WHO's buying it and WHO's making it. Reveals a lot about our rapidly changing an enormously conflicted culture.
How HashiCorp Works with Major Cloud Providers
"What do you see is the competitive dynamic between Hashi Corp in the major cloud providers. Yet has she has really really good relationships with with all the cloud providers, and which is interesting I think. That's like hats off to to Armani Mitchell Davis kind of the executive team is as they're building these relationships. So like Hash. She helps the core providers because we take example of care for we're helping people run a ton of stuff on those clouds right so we're helping the club providers like sell more to their customers so from that perspective. You know it's it's really good for them, and we're helping people migrate these these APPs. The cloud and peak build bigger deployments into the cloud, and so that's all really really good for for the cloud providers so. We have a pretty good relationship with the clock providers, and then I think. One thing. That's interesting with this whole. Cloud Platform, which is Eddie that we run a manage service for you on the clouds is there was kind of like this interesting? War would almost between open source companies in the clouds, and I think you covered it pretty well. Some of your shows where the clouds some of them were like kind of like building their managed services, and selling those to their customers, using an open source technology, and then the open source technology that was kind of one of the ways they made their money, which was building these managed services and selling them, and so there was kind of this like big licensing war where they change their licensing, so you can do that and. I think I don't I'm not sure how whole vision, but when we look at casual cloud, we're working like the clouds are definitely aware of what we're doing, and and they're happy. Because in the end we're helping them run more resources on the clouds and helping customers like be more successful on the cloud, which is really good for them, and so when we look at how we have like. Like, Consul, which can run on Azure, and you can solve the marketplace and again this is like you click button, install it, but all the servers in and everything are being managed by our team, and then same thing for recently announced we recently announced. Has You covered KLOPP law from on Amazon and the idea? Is You go through hashish portal when you click button, install consul into a BBC. Running in Amazon and you appear that ABC with your view, and now we're managing these council solution for you, but it's all running kind of on
Salmon Run Home
"Seven. Three comment Nah pasture some aleinu promenade San. Which means how are you? I'm feeling happy right now because we went for a walk this morning. That usually makes me feel relaxed. What makes you feel relaxed and happy? Maybe it's doing something kind for someone. We have a couple of kindness stories today from listeners who wanted to share about a time. Someone did something kind for them. I here's Abbie Hi my name's Adam. Sold. I live in Neil, you are. and. Reo. Kindness scarring. His one. Man Arrow on the beach. and. He brought the beach chair one for him I'm from me. and. I like him a lot. I think he's the best friend. I could keep. I miss played a area. My friend, I can't wait until of corona thing Lozo. Thank you avi. I'm sure Arielle misses you, too. He sounds like a very good friend and I can't wait for this. Over to. Thanks for sharing your kindness story abby. Now here's Amelia. I, my name is Amelia and I'm ten years old and I'm from Delaware and when someone showed kindness to me is where my mom helped me with my schoolwork, and I also love your show. I listened to it almost every night. Peace Out and peace within. Thanks Amelia. How lucky you are to have your mom able to help you with your schoolwork. Thank you for sharing. A lot of parents and caregivers are now having to do a lot more helping with online school assignments. There are many things that can be frustrating about being home right now. which is why responding with kindness is more important than ever. When we react to something, someone sadder done without thinking about it. It could lead to a saying or doing something that will hurt others. And while it might make you feel good for a little bit. I'm willing to bet that feeling won't last long. However! If we take an extra moment or two to think about how we will respond that lets us think about how to make better choices in our actions and gives us time to choose helpful, not hurtful words. Even when it's hard. It might help to remind yourself to take some deep breaths before saying or doing anything. Give it a try next time. Here's one more kindness story. That was sent an e-mail. It says hi. My name is Armani. I am nine years old. I listened to peace out every night. It all started on my second day at my new school. I had no one to play with. I came up to emily. She is now my best friend. I asked her if I could play with her. And of course she said yes. ps, I love the science episodes. Thank your money. Starting at a new school is definitely not easy time, so glad that emily was such a good friend to you right from the start. And thank you I love the science episodes to. It's fun to read up and Research on constellations and g odes, and for this episode. Salmon! I learned so much writing these stories to. Thanks again to everyone who sent in a kindness story. We will definitely listen and read each one and reply, but it just might take some time. All right, let's get started everyone. Let's sit up in a comfortable position. Rest your hands on your knees. or in your lap. Breathing. As, you up, nice and tall. Gently Roll your shoulders back. Lift Your Chin a little. Look forward. And close. Your eyes if you'd like. For comedown count down. You can just keep breathing as you listen. Or you can try time your breathing with the numbers. Breathing in when you hear number. And breathing out in between the numbers. Ready. Ten. Nine. seven six. Five. Four. Three. Two
Italy Battles an Eruption of Coronavirus Cases
"Italy is suddenly become the European country with the largest number of cases of coronavirus topping one hundred cases appear Sylvia Poggioli reports that two people have died and dozens of towns are in lockdown in northern Lombard in the bend of the region's the patients in the two new clusters have no direct links to the origin of the outbreak in Asia many of the infected have been hospitalized in Milan Europe's third largest city with some three million people Milan mayor Beppe Sala ordered schools be closed in today's first league soccer matches have been canceled with fashion week underway Milan designer Giorgio Armani show will be in an empty show room and streamed online in the Venditto region after two new cases of corona virus were reported in Venice governor look inside yet announced the rest of carnival the city's major tourist event will be canceled the daily publico reported several diocese have removed holy water from churches and told the faithful to abstain from giving signs of peace during mass so people Jolie NPR news
Giorgio Armani to Hold Empty Show Following Italian Coronavirus Outbreak
"The corona virus outbreak is affecting the fashion industry a last minute change Giorgio Armani holding his Milan fashion week Sunday runway show behind closed doors due to concerns about the coronavirus instead streaming the event from inside the empty show room a dozen towns in northern Italy have gone on effective lockdown after the deaths of two people infected with code nineteen from China dozens in the area are confirmed with the virus fashion houses are worried about longer term economic impact Chinese consumers at home and abroad are responsible for one third of global luxury
"armani" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Speakers got up to leave chance like Armani white the weather a lot of support in getting each other excited Armani explains why he supports Bernie Sanders is an example of what leadership can be when your values and people need to hear him speak about the issues because he understands and the trout in the Boston common Kevin Coleman WBZ Boston's newsradio Lawrence police interrupt a robbery in progress this morning police say the man tried to rob someone in a wheelchair near Broadway in Haverhill streets police say the suspect waved a gun at police who then fired shots the suspect was not hurt but he was arrested he's scheduled to be arraigned on Tuesday hundreds of Americans have been ordered evacuated from the diamond princess cruise ship docked in Japan as more people on board are second with the corona virus A. B. C.'s Maggie Rulli reports the CDC says the rest of people in the US is still low the U. S. announcing it will now be testing for covert nineteen in five major cities in cases where flu test were negative in Seattle San Francisco Los Angeles Chicago and New York health officials in Hawaii are on high alert after a Japanese man tested positive for the virus after spending nearly a week on the island of Oahu Boston mayor Marty Walsh has launched a social media campaign encouraging people to support businesses in Chinatown restaurants there have seen a decline in customers since the corona virus outbreak eleven oh three traffic and weather together the super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three is what's happening Jack ever pretty good right ashtray shape right now Suzanne traveling in the downtown area just some light traffic in the expressway northbound and southbound getting in and out of the tip o'neill tunnel view of a short delay on star or drive it Leverett circle that's not a big deal traveling up on the Tobin bridge so far so good we've had work crews there throughout the overnights there this past week not seen them yet on the mass pike Boston right on to Auburn does well in traveling the expressway.
Trump to hold rally in Nevada day before state's caucuses
"Oh five the democratic candidates are facing new terrain and Nevada this weekend leading up to the February twenty second caucuses there is early caucusing beginning today for voters to canter who don't want to attend **** is day next Saturday meanwhile here in New England while senator Bernie Sanders campaigns out west his supporters braved the cold to rally on Boston common more details from WBZ's Kevin Coleman Bernie flags and banners were flown high in the air as various speakers got up to leave chance like Armani white yeah twenty whether Gordon getting each other excited Armani explains why he supports Bernie Sanders is an example of what leadership can be with your values and people need to hear him speak about the issues because he understands and
Fashion at the Oscars, an Interview with Author Bronwyn Cosgrave
"Here to talk about the Academy Awards wisher just this past. Sunday right casts. Yes now I get to talk about all things red carpet I mean. This is arguably the Oscars arguably the most highly anticipated of all red carpets throughout the year. So you know we're here to talk about the Academy Awards and the Academy. Awards is the annual event of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences which is an organization established by among others American Phil Magnet Louis. B. Mayer who was co founder of the Metro Goldwyn Mayer Studios and it was founded in nineteen twenty seven and the academy originally had about thirty six members and that included quote unquote. Hollywood royalty like Douglas Fairbanks and his wife at the time. Mary Pickford and the Academy was really focused on promoting the Hollywood film industry at a time when it was not yet. The nationally internationally celebrated epicenter film production that it is today so the Academy Awards. Ceremony was instrumental in helping establish. The Hollywood film industry's reputation by celebrating. Its achievements across five branches so giving awards to producers actors directors writers and technicians and the First Academy Awards was held in Nineteen Twenty nine and unlike today it was not a broadcast event but was rather a ticketed private dinner that was attended by two hundred and seventy invited guests and this was held at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel in L. A. Dismay will mark ninety one years since the Academy Awards debuted on May Sixteenth. Nineteen twenty nine and things. Well you could say that they've changed just a tad today. The Academy's membership has blossomed from thirty six members to somewhere close to a thousand and from its original five branches. It now has seventeen. Over twenty million people across the US tune into the Oscars each year and has really become one of the most highly anticipated televised award shows of the season and millions of us tune in just for the pre show. I would argue and we do that because we WanNa see our beloved movie. Stars walk the red carpet and why can only be described as high style? I mean so. Central is celebrity dress to the Oscars that the pre show is televised live so that viewers like April and I am Oliver Address. Listeners can get up close views of their favorite celebrities attires before they even take their seats so talk show hosts interviews stars about what they wear while others give a play by play in studio and you know on various platforms across the Internet. I know I shared all of my favorites on instagram. And the revelry all things Oscars fashion does not end here of course in the days and weeks that follow as in every year a ceremony and special edition magazines will be printed that are dedicated to this red carpet fashion and of course the Internet will be aflame with talk of the best and worst dressed. Cast we've come a long way from that very first private dinner in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine and this has sparked our curiosity about just winded. The Oscars become as much about fashion as film and I started to research this topic and kind of dive right in but it was not long after. I began Researching that I came across. Bronwyn Cost Grace Fabulous book made for each other fashion the Academy Awards and of course I reached out to her and I am pleased to say she is joining us here. Today Bronwyn welcomed addressed Bronwyn. It is such a pleasure to have you here today. Welcome dressed thank you cassidy. I'm a huge fan of dressed. So it's lovely to be with you. Thank you so much and I have to say that we're here today. Because you wrote this fabulous book and I'm sure you've done a lot of interviews about red carpet fashion because of it your made for each other fashion and the Academy Awards. It's such an incredible book. You have this Great Inc. A primary source materials quotes newspaper clippings. And then there use these vivid descriptions to bring these nights and events to light and I just want to read a little bit from what you wrote about for the First Academy Awards which not aired because this is pre television but may thirtieth nineteen twenty nine for instance you write. A corruption erupted on the stretch of Hollywood Boulevard. Outside the Roosevelt Hotel just before eight PM at two hundred and seventy film industry. Silent screen notable slipped from a convoy of luxury automobiles and into its cavernous event. Space the blossom room. The Academy's prominent guests included Mary. Pickford NORMA SHEARER engine starlets Marion Davies and Joan Crawford. Lean and tanned. These actress lovely looked as delicious as their sugars. Spun Party Vapor a Waxed Candy Replica a Cedric Gibbons Golden Academy Award Trophy. So it's really these details that transport the reader back in time to that moment. So thank you. You must have had a wonderful time researching and writing. This book will thank you. I actually did not have a wonderful because I understand that because you know it's really it's really kind of you to notice the intricacy that actually went in to the writing of this book. The book took me three years and every single day of that was almost every single. Damn it was really one solid year of writing to the homestretch but for about two years. I scoured honestly. The world for information about what women wore the Oscars and my book really is about women and what they went through to get dressed and the great thing is that I did discover you. Know the bulk of that material in Los Angeles at the Margaret Herrick Library which is an academy library and a lot of it had never really been looked at and I'm also went to visit the great designers I went to the Dior Archive and John. Galliano actually called the archive and said you know. Help Bronwyn with what she what. She needs whatever she needs. Giorgio Armani also took it really seriously and help me. His team really helped me. I was very very fortunate. There's a great trust. One of my favorite dresses in the book is what we shall. Yo War when she was nominated for Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon and that dress was created from millions of Swarovski Crystal in Hong Kong by a very gifted designer named Barney. Chang and I what I actually noticed in the process of researching this book and why it took so long was that I kind of discovered a paper trail of identifying dresses and actually looking at the designer a designer attached to address in a caption say and looking at that dress in thinking that does not look like the work of say Howard greer who was one of the early costume designers and not all of the names turned up in in indexes for example addresses. So I really had to look hard and not believe what I saw imprint and that is something that I really noticed with fashion. History is that there will be a sort of myth associated with something. Say A design. Then it's not always the case and you really need to read between the lines and and go back to the primary source material and then to contextualized that all you know and put it in right into this story. This really captivating story. Yeah it's not an easy feat but you did it beautifully. Thank you but oh the one thing I will say about. That is that the book does also revolve around a celebration every year. So that really anchored the book the actual ceremony. Where you know. That was Super Fun. I watched every Oscar ceremony. That had been telecast. That was the first thing that I did so every Oscar ceremony that had been televised. Say I think it was like Nineteen Fifty. Four certainly the mid fifties onwards and really got to work with that material. Which was the fun stuff? Actually
Schiff calls for Trump removal in wrap-up to House managers' opening arguments
"Impeachment manager congressman Adam Schiff give America a fair trial she's worth it house managers of trying to convince senators president trump is guilty of abuse of power for a scheme merging Ukraine to announce politically motivated investigations in return for security assistance in a White House visit for the newly elected president route arguments Democrats also pleaded with Senate Republicans to support subpoenas for documents an additional witness testimony boxes Jared helper on Capitol Hill Robert ray is on the president's legal team he says the defense will begin its case tomorrow morning and we'll take a couple hours a message will be to be organized to be persuasive to not be repetitive and to do only what is necessary to persuade members of the Senate that these impeachment articles are not sustainable and do not warrant the president's removal from office on fox is the Ingram angle there now to confirm cases of corona virus in the U. S. the latest the woman in the Chicago area how the solid response plan in place there is no need for the general public to change their behavior in any way based on this news Chicago public health commissioner doctor Allison Armani a man in Washington state was confirmed to have the virus last week
"armani" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Funding of artists it's Sam Smith an Armani inotes Chris Brown injuring Hey choose that you planted in so do seventeen you know you you freaky we'd like please two point seven kiss FM the struggle when people say you good I mean I thought I was good like a second ago what even is good I'm medium.
Food Neighbourhoods: Beirut, Gemmayze
"Hello and welcome to Food Neighborhoods Monaco twenty four lawyer Marco's Hippie all these various the locals love for their food and drink think offering spanned in this series. We get to know these places this week. We are in gym as a popular delays back. Beirut district where boss with vaulted detailing sent cafes with French windows spill onto the pavement between Autumn Air Mentions and twentieth century apartment blocks our guys. It's morning Lisa. If you look to mcvay route you'll see Google street stretching east to west through the city but if he wants to obey Roussy where to find the thoroughfare gets a funny look the street is named after the French Army General Already Guru in early twentieth century colonial leader in Syria and Lebanon but no one cool said that instead it's referred to as Damazin also the name of the White House district. It's in Waco in for food filled stroll here today in the past fifteen years drinking and dining options as long as you have multiplied multi in the layers of millfield pastry. Stop the day just to the north in cafe and Mazzy down a set of stone insteps. This joint is popular with young students from the neighboring Arabic language school but its tracks people of all ages for me amnesty best in the morning winning customers can sit down quietly with free copies of the New York Times is what is the local English French and Arabic newspapers ultra wreck especial parties for Turkish coffee. The Lebanese slice at the Mediterranean is proudly caffeinated fill up on Lebanon. A fix is he yoga. Come Cheese Eastern. Brits and slices of Cucumber emerged from breakfast and head back to Jamaica Street at my the architecture detector look out for the Church of intensity striking modern facade soon. It's time for lunch the wait 'til suitably abrupt in the chef. Jamaica's name might shun historical ties with France but the services this restaurant plus the chink of a red wine glass on wooden wooden tables reminders of them. The chef happened in nine hundred sixty seven and is still the best place in Beirut to get an idea of Lebanese home cooking go for the comforting aubergine stew or lentil soup served with a squeeze of lemon at wine as you see fit next stop is obvious a cafe bar and bookshop all in one you'll find a changing salad menu carefully selected. Lebanese wines and a smooth AC a strong aniseed flavored spirit a softening segues into evening freelance workers in Jamaica's cafes snap the laptops shot and Ted. It's low let low key balls. Among the best is dragonfly where owner Nino Armani can define array of drinks. The GIN selection is particularly particularly appealing Lebanese right a proud of their food but if you feel queasy at thought of yet another Tabuchi offering bring the changes at electric electric things this ball come restaurant plans Asian ingredients and techniques with Middle Eastern staples nicely. The Green Salad has ponto addressing. I think the fish is suitably steamed and tonight at dinner about the popular hangout with journalists and Beirut's design community the crowd out spills onto the pavement as the evening progresses drink his head back to the bar every now and then for top ups of Iraq and apples spritz. Jamaica has long been a food and drink think favourite thanks to its easy going attitude in central Beirut location. One word unites the Arabic French and English all spoken here chairs Monaco Barrett. I'm Lucy Porter. This has been episode number one hundred and fifty two or food neighborhoods. Thanks Lizzie for today's tour in Beirut Sommese for more food and drink stories students the menu every Friday as twenty hundred London time. I am Marcus Hippie. Thanks affects policemen yet by phone now.
Electric vehicles are getting noisier, for safety's sake
"The electric vehicles lack roaring engines. What should they on lake instead from american public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying hang the digital economy. I'm kim in for molly would <music> one of the strangest things to get used to about electric vehicles. It's out eerily quiet. They are it. It makes you realize how much we associate engine noise with driving that lack of sound can be problematic even deadly think about the visually impaired or anyone one blandly oblivious to vehicles because we're tearing at our smartphones in the european union. New models of electric vehicles will now have to make some kind of noise out of these safety fifty concerns. Some carmakers have already been doing that and they're taking it as an opportunity to craft signature sounds chris. Valance is a reporter for the bbc b._b._c. He reported on the designers need to think about when making that new car sound so i suppose the number one consideration is that this tells you something is coming that there is a car on its way but then within that of course you know like everything in a car manufacturer from i guests the cup holders to the keys as a kind of chance to say something about the brand so few manufacturers have been doing this for awhile ahead of rules that are going to require roll new electric models in europe to have one of these what they called acoustic vehicle alert system. I wanna visited jank. You're which is calm armani factory with the long roots in the u._k. Because they'd already put one of these systems in their new electric s._u._v. the jaguar apace and we actually have have the sound of the i._p._c. collected it. You know that sound has gone through a pretty lengthy development process before it hit those interestingly. The sound design process starts really before the visuals of the car. Finally i said jaguars so they start with kind of like mood boards boards and then they sort of try out the sounds now i think one of the initial sounds they came up with was a sort of flying sources sound and that was sort of problematic because <hes> they said that people wouldn't look at the roads that we sort of looking at the sky because you know what does a flying saucer so try the sounds <hes> some were they felt were a little little bit too futuristic like this synthetic engine sound <music> rather sounds that are sort of layers is they then build up the the finish sound from so. I rather like this which i thought was a bit like the deck of the star destroyer <music> but they want something a bit more. They thought it was a bit more positive so let's say let's say the st engineering planning falcon. We're talking about changing the very the sound of a busy street why not just try to replicate the sound of a moving car. You know we we recognize well. I think for the bronze i it's it's sort of an opportunity to to really make a statement about their vehicle. They are kind of designing away the future sound of the streets and that certainly concern for the designers jaguar. I mean they. They played me a mock up there and made of water a whole street full of their new i of their r._e._i. Pace cars would sound like we can. We can hear a little bit of concern. There actually actually was that you know the internal combustion sounds. They blend quite well. I mean you can argue about that but you know we used to. The noise that lots of internal combustion engines never very concerned that the sounds of their cash as well and they played me what it would sound like if you got it completely wrong. It's it's pretty annoying really so. It's dentist's drill isn't it. I mean not serve like are there any rules or regulations limiting. The sounds like cars are we'll be able to make yes there. Are there lots of rules and regulations. They talk about you know. The restrictions on frequent says they specifically sort of rule allowed some kind of sounds like a memory serves. I think you mentioned the random sounds like waterfall sounds. You know it can't just be anything. I mean you're not going to get the hamster dance up from gaza anytime soon chris valance reports for the bbc he says it's easy to fred about all these annoying sounds filling streets gapes but the designers in car makers say the future of our roads with more e._v.'s and they're fake sounds will not only be safer but actually quieter than today and now for some related links if you really value peace and quiet. You may be glad to learn that b._m._w. Is finishing up a program to install a hundred e._v. Charging stations at or near national parks it helps address the problem of e._v. Charging being too concentrated in in certain areas but absent from remote places need proof that car makers are really investing in sound b._m._w. 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"armani" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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"armani" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Curator
"Is pass travels from Peru to Alaska to Argentina combined with trips today have led to signature dishes such as ever popular regular yellowtail Sashimi with Jalapenos here in Milan where he opened in two thousand on a site still owned by fashion designer Giorgio Armani. He has found recipe ideas that he's taken back to his nobu restaurants in California. My mighty blue chips used to the heat that is very famous artichoke Sarah but the United States. It's nobody eat artichoke Sarah but agriculture's they going to grow for the baby artichoke. Sometimes that is better than so then I create the dryness. Oh so noble might even ships Italian cooking artichoke the size than permit giannos combine to the different ingredients then finally we create grimy sauce and olive oils and the Parmesan. It's me it's not the Japanese but basically all the my ingredients Yuzu <hes> dry measles in Yuba means a total scheme the public much Italian and the Japanese combined. I teach you the index today no but it was also taking time pass on the correct way to prepare can eat Sushi at a small demonstration at noble in Milan he goes over the basics beginning with the preparing the rice lice wash five or six times then these then put the strain up and half of he mentions the need for vinegar in the rice before walking through the six step process to make Sushi using only one's fingers and making sure I that they are wet so that the rice doesn't stick doc socialize with his laidback demeanor. You offers a few pointers to guess don't Overdo the Musavi as it is already placed between the fish and rice and most importantly eat the Sushi in one clean bite six so now I do myself so you just you just want to get the inspects the clean plate that's a he she then bits per welcome his guests and he heads off who is next restaurant for monocle in Milan..
"armani" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Eight Todd Jeffries and Don prior. A here on the Totta, Don sheltie, Andy now earlier this month speaker of the house, Nancy Pelosi. She accused attorney general Bill Barr of lying to congress under oath. The attorney general set down, but FOX's Bill Hemmer. While traveling in El Salvador, in this interview that aired just this morning, a few minutes ago and Barr dismissed the speakers accusations. It's laughable charge. I think it's largely being made to try to discredit me partly because they may be concerned about the outcome of, of a review of what happened during the during the election. But obviously you can look at the face of my testimony and on its face. There's nothing inaccurate about. And it's right. Speaker Pelosi's accusations stem from AG bars. Congressional testimony in early April in which he claimed that he was unaware of special counsel, Robert Mueller's concerns about bars handling of the special counsel report. While it later, emerged that Mueller had cinema letter to the AG's office in late March in which he took issue with the way, the AG or at least the media had characterized that report. But he's right. They're running scared. They're a little nervous because bar has promised to get to the bottom of the origins of this. This Russian hoax. This is gonna really paid for the dossier who built the dossier who in the Obama administration knew all about this, and who ordered the spy job, who ordered the mission to do all this. I guess they didn't consider this because they always thought that they were gonna nail Trump and nail bar and nail everybody involved in. They didn't nail some people, but the what related to what they were looking for right? So now it's like uh-huh. Uh-huh. And there's reason investigate the, you know, to turn the table here. Yeah. They gotta be freaking out. Yeah. Because now it's going to get very interesting now now carton is about to be opened in. It's going to reveal the COO the attempted coup and the country is going to be paying attention to this. The country is gonna want to know why have you wasted. Our time is nine fifty here on the tide of Don Armani. Check this out the Texas legislature approves a Bill meant to help farmers markets and vendors at those markets. You know, they pay a high fee to sell their goods. Judith mcgarry. She's with the farm and ranch Freedom Alliance and says many local health departments impose fees on market vendors that are much higher than the ones of full-scale restaurants face. Senate Bill nine three two will change all of that would cap the permit fees imposed by local health departments at one hundred dollars per year agree, says one of the benefits of the lower fee, is that more, farmers may be willing to set up in farmers markets in low income. Areas where they typically might make less money. And therefore could, you know, spread the farmers markets, around certain areas need to raise excess funds. And really, that's what they've been doing. They've been treating the farmers markets as a way to generate additional revenue for their operating rather than looking at just really what it was costing them to inspect. Farmers farmers market. And she ends the health departments will still make plenty of money to pay workers to inspect the conditions and the produce at these farmers markets, maybe that would partially relieve what they call these food desert's as well in the lower income areas, you know if they're able to do that. Sure. And you under the farmers market every now and then here now Kim is a farmer's market. She is that she I'm never going to be one that wakes up on a Saturday morning go. Hey, let's go the farmers. I love to go man. I go to the one there at the at lake line mall. Yeah, it's wonderful out in the Oak Hill area. It's a little bigger and bigger each year. My problem is I tend to buy too much and it goes bad by the next weekend. That's what Kim does every single. Ties. She'll come home with all look at these beautiful vegetables on, like, okay? Those are going south. Why do we need five softball tomato? Exactly. We're only gonna eat one this week. It's going to turn to liquid but I do I just but it's so good. Yeah. It's, it's, it's fun. When you're there, absolutely shoot noticing deal. I notice a lot of at farmers markets. More meat is being sold exotic meats and things like that. And I'm not too not too sure about by. I haven't done that you haven't bought meet at a farmers market. I guess on try should try it. I guess it'd be okay should be right. I mean, they're getting checked out by far my, you know, health inspectors and stuff should be fine. I guess, but yeah, I understand that, that the reluctance to do that rather get it wrapped up from the butcher HEB or whole foods. Well, I prefer to shoot it myself. Well, if you're going to go that for. Yeah. Yeah. Let me go that far. I mean if you wanna take that for what do you mean take it? But that's, that's the way most people eat. You're a hunter and gatherer do both hunt and again. Yeah, you do. I've seen you do both. Yeah. Very impressive. All right. You'd rather have camouflage on when you're taking care of dinner. Sure. I know exactly where it came fried duly noted. You don't like that for some reason, I could see it in your voice. I'm not judgmental over that a little bit. Oh, it's not what you said about. I know what you said. No, I don't hunt myself, but I'm not judgmental of those who do I think someday, it'll be taboo. Thank about hundred years ago. Ninety nine percent of the American public hunted for food. Yes. And had two and now probably ninety five percent of the American public, don't. Right. I've never shot and killed something. Yeah. Yeah. Eventually become taboo to hunt for meat. That'd be a sad day in this country. Your will we're done. Stay with us Markham, Melinda. They're coming up then rush at eleven Markham Melinda, again at two, and then and award and Jeff Clements from three to seven, you can follow us in the world of social media, anywhere at tie, Jeffries and at Don prior. Yeah. Todd and Don show. Those rising health insurance premiums and deductibles are putting pressure on your family budget and creating anxiety. I understand you're not alone. A lot of folks are in that situation right now. But the good news is, there's a positive alternative Christian health sharing plans. Hi, good morning. It's Mark Caesar these plans have been around for many, many years, but they've really been growing in popularity in.
"armani" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast
"I that I couldn't go to this party. And I thought it was cookies for kids cancer and Elvis got a table for everybody for this charity event. Great cause and it was chefs cooking everything really wanted to go. But I thought chefs and their staffs right with full stoves and ovens line the perimeter of this huge room that held about five hundred people not but not like not like the Japanese. What do you call it? When you go into cook. Cooking walk. No, let's Chinese no Japanese with the onion. And the she thought she you because you don't like about, you know, perimeter of the room the entire room. So all you tell about the party. I thought I'd be like all right? You can get some food. I'm gonna miss out on like, it'll charity thing, but this was mind blowing. What I missed on social media was killing me. So tell us a little little foam. Oh mobile. Oh, no. I did not stay that you stayed home. Nothing wrong with that. But no, I stayed. But that being said I was blown away by what onto this event. So so yeah. So how did you dress because it was business casual and a bunch of people asked if you went Brooklyn Brooklyn, chic, Brooklyn dust, duster industry, right? Yeah. No. I actually did a little Brooklyn industrial. I did a little black jeans with black and white sneakers on the bottom top. I had a button-down shirt with a blazer on wait a minute black and white sneakers on the bottom of what your feet on my feet. My no. My my lower half was Brooklyn Industrial cO is casual call the sneakers they're black and white. Okay. You said black and white on the bottom. I thought be like white okay with black jeans. Okay. And until guy that was an air photographic evidence. Still online button-down shirt tucked in with a belt and a blazer over that that was Brooklyn industrial for Sachi blazer was it Armani. Blazer? I don't know if it was. But it was it was import your money. Of course, it was it wasn't wiz. The casual wasn't. It wasn't the no emporiums the chicken. I know but move on move on which the cheaper one is. I can't forty one of them was a cheaper Armani Armani exchange of with that nothing wrong with it. But I had Kohl's exchange. So I go back, and I just okay for it by calls. Not a sponsor. All right. So I did feel lesser like a lesser human in this room. You feel like you're doing okay until you walk into a room of rich aristocrats. Where by the way, there's a shortage of poor aristocrats right now. The way. Listen so nail patch. Was there Patrick Harris and Paul Rudd? Was there guys all got pictures with Paul rod? How great is that? He's ant, man. He's Fabi's boyfriend. He's inclusiveness. He's in everything has aged a bit and twenty-five. He's he's got that. What's the new one? He's got coming out. Well, he's in the ventures, right, anyway, he's all over the place. He's all over the place. But the thing is is so so you get to sit down and eat dinner, and you get you didn't get cooked by a chef. Okay. No, one of the chefs in the room, they do twenty people each we had a wonderful chef by the name of Peter Boutros. Okay. From a restaurant on Staten Island called the stone stone clove lakes. Oh my God. I'm butchering the name whatever it was. It was good. It was all L my God. And so this guy cooked for our twenty people and got to think Elvis props to Elvis for putting this all together and getting us all in because I wouldn't I don't even know. How much ticket would have been if I would have had to pay on my own. But and I think I think it was great. You guys all donated individually, which I think is great. We did I yell. Greg t we all do the ironic part. Not a coincidence. True irony, and I've talked about this on the air..
"armani" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Are bold proposal will offer a federal income tax credit for contributions to nonprofit organizations that provide scholarships to students some states may choose to use the scholarships to enhance and improve already existing public school choices other states may choose to model Florida's hope scholarship program. The point is it's up to families and communities to decide when we talk about policies and programs. It's easy to get focused there and forget about people Armani story brings us back into that focus when she was in the second grade a few kids at our money's signs school in Florida ruthlessly mocked her appearance and consistently distracted Armani from her studies all of this major sad because when it comes to migrate grades. She said, I get really serious Armani's bullies. Continued to harass her daily, then one day, another student slapped her Armani called her mom in tears. She said she didn't want to go back to school anymore. Mommy armani's. My mother had repeatedly tried to get school administrators to do something about the bullying, but they didn't take it seriously either. And they didn't take a slapped face seriously. Thanks to the Florida's tax credit scholarship. Armani's now in a safe happy and thriving new school. Our mission is a safe family environment. The schools leader sped we see it as a partnership between the home in the school to raise great kids who are successful in life. Armani's new school is intentional about keeping kids from bullying education secretary, Betsy DeVos from earlier, we talk about kindness. I or money set of a weekly gathering at students. People talk about what we do and should do in the world. We get it. Right. Every student needs to be free to pursue the education that gets it right for them in places and in ways that will unlock their potential and unleash their creativity..
"armani" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Up nine to twenty three that's break up with your girlfriend. I'm bored from Ari oughta 'Grande all right over the last few years Khalid has performed all across the world. And that means a lot of hotel rooms airports and tour buses he used that travel time to write a bunch of new songs. We'll get to hear that next month. His new album free spirit is set to release April fifth at just before that on April third a companion short film. We'll screen in movie theaters nationwide. Two big things coming. He's with nor Mani here. Twenty two. This is love lies. The cash. It's not easy. Cash. Amount. Okay. Day. Who? I don't. Sedate? Maybe. Don't make me oven. Xiaomi? Love lies. Khalid an Armani at.
Lie detector puts Jonas Brothers on the spot during 'Carpool Karaoke'
"Jonas brothers wrapped up their four night. Stand on James corden on the late show last night. Whoever was in charge of their wardrobe. I really it was so disturbing us night neck. In a blue crushed velvet vest in pants shades of the nineties. Joe is in a double breasted, look, look like a woman's Armani suit. But it didn't have it was like a wrap around suit with the button far over on one side only at one button. It looked like a also sounds very kind of an eighties low Laura you've never seen this before. I don't know what it was. But it was a pale pink Unsan. He's got thick thighs that one Joe. Yeah, he does. And Kevin Kevin is always dressed like a sports player something he's normal looking dresses normal looking but Joe's jacket and Knicks crushed velvet name like what is going on around here. They were darling. No in carpool karaoke. Yes, they talked about their purity rings. And so one of the things that they said is I really kind of enjoyed their carpool karaoke driving around with James corden, they had. I see what you mean about their outfits when they performed sucker. That's what we posted. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. My were Kevin is just like a jock and Joe is dress. Yeah. Lincoln Italian shoe salesman. Shoes. Yes. Hard done being county spent all the money and now he's selling shoes in Joe. What is Joe Joe is the one what is Nick? Is a blueberry. He's trying to Iraq. He's trying to channel his inner Mick Jagger. And all that crushed velvet. How are you is? It's a funny lock. It was a funny look, but so they were talking about their purity rings. And Joe is saying, you know, we grew up in a church. That's hurry. Sang gab is a pastor minister. I can't remember which one and we all had these rings. You know, we got him when we were twelve and we were never gonna talk about them. And then he said and then brighter. We were fifteen and stuff, and we're kinda just part of image out. And then a reporter said what are these rings? Are you guys in a cult? And he said, no, this is just you know, when it came out. I know they said there period while they did call that debt. And then they just thought when they started having the raging hormones. They thought AMIS doesn't work. But there may had I detector in the car with them, a gentleman who would hook them up to a band and James corden would ask him a question. Yeah. So he asked neck. Neck who's the best singer in the do? You think you're the best singer in the band, and he said, no. And the guy says you lying, and then Nick did you have too many, weddings? And he said, yes. And he said, you're telling the truth, and then so it was kind of cute. Didn't make 'cause it was very long. But. They look like they're having fun performing sucker and the crowded, and you know, that's kind of a fun. We liked that. They're doing this documentary that they're gonna make for a year, you know. But it was they're very they're really likeable guys. They
How Payless Tricked Influencers into Paying More
"Business wars daily is brought to you by the podcast the growth show each week. They explore inspiring stories that get to the heart of how people grow a business an idea or movement. Stay tuned at the end of this episode here a little more about this fascinating new show. Frahm wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business wars daily. Hey, how much would you pay for a pair of shoes? If you didn't know what they were worth. That's the question discount shoe brand PayLess wanted to answer. And so it conducted an experiment right out of the textbooks of behavioral economists, the company created a fake luxury popup store and called it policy. They built it in a former Armani store in Los Angeles. And stocked it with PayLess products from Stella does to embellish sneakers. It had to look, right? So they added soft lighting gold mannequins and gorgeous sales people, then PayLess created a grand opening and invited internet influencers, so called fashion easter's who profit from showing off designer where on social media on the day of the big party, a long line formed outside the store inside champagne snacks and lots of self fees. The shoes whose prices normally ranged from nineteen nine. Eighty nine to thirty nine ninety nine were either marked up or left without tags. Guests were asked to bid on the shoes with no price listed some fell so hard for the stunt that one woman paid six hundred forty dollars an eighteen hundred percent markup videos recorded guests, impressions of the fake designer shoes. They call them elegant stunning in obviously made with high quality materials the shopping environment. And the online ads are the farthest cry from PayLess his actual barebones strip mall stores and branding, which usually appeal to budget minded pragmatists. And so the Gotcha moments when PayLess employees admitted to the influencers that it was all a hoax elicited shock for PayLess. Those reactions caught on video where priceless and viral, by the way, PayLess refunded shoppers money and gave them each of free. Pair of shoes while listeners might be skeptical. The. Experiment has roots in social science behavioral scientists have evidence that both language and environment dramatically change. Our perceptions of value. We happily pay more for grass fed beef on handmade buns and served on China plates than we do for McDonald's hamburger PayLess proved that often it's the environment and the language that influences to pay more in this case. Hundreds more been a product is worth and the company which has been struggling also scored a crucial point for itself. If people can't tell the difference between PayLess is nineteen ninety nine shoes and designer wear. Why not save the money? Think about that. The next time you need a new pair of stilettos. From wondering this is business wars daily. Did you know you're an influence while you are. And we'd like you to share our podcast with your friends and colleagues posted a little something online send it tweet. Whatever you do. We certainly appreciate maybe it'll go viral. Thanks. I'm David Brown. Seed them on. You know, it's never been easier to start a business, but it's never been harder to grow that business. I want to tell you about a great new podcast, call the growth show, which is created by hub spot. They make free and paid tools that help you grow your business each week on the growth show. They explored the inspiring stories behind how people grow a business an idea or a movement. You'll learn about the challenges entrepreneurs space in starting a company and you'll hear about some of the most interesting topics in business like social media marketing, the future of bots and the rise of subscription services. They also have some amazing guests on their show like Allie Weiss of glossier and Joe dessino creator of Spartan race, the growth show is chock full of great stories. Amazing guests and helpful advice. Subscribe to the growth show today on Spotify, Stitcher or wherever you listen.
"armani" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Belgian Armani all the press conference to try to explain why they haven't told anyone. Announcement Robert gels Gertrude because they had a duty to protect our clients secrets. But they knew the body was here, and they have seen it. But everyone is disgusted those columns written at a towards written letters to the adder or just no way in the world. You're going to convince your average non lawyer everybody turned against them that this is anything short of shabby the law of Gusta pretty soon. One of the prosecutors, let out that our money and Belgium had actually tried to use these dead girls as leverage for Garo the headlines in the Syracuse papers would say bodies used as pawns and game of law who was bedlam. I'm was getting death threats in the mail these crazy phone call people calling saying stuff like how can you live with yourself? I'm going to kill you get you at one point. He finds a dead fish in his car. His wife finds unlit molotov cocktail in the backyard. He started to carry appraisal on my back. He gets shotgun in the car. He kept one in the house. So we could sleep. That was the worst moment of my life. Some horrible. More thoughts. June twenty-seventh Robert Garros convicted for the murder of Philip dumbly ski he's given the maximum sentence. He's given twenty five years to life in a maximum security prison had how did that feel relief? You know, it's over would. But then it is up to the vanturi itself in their investigation to determine which charges they should bring against the two attorneys pretty soon after the verdict. Our money in Belgium learned that they could be facing criminal charges. No one's really sure exactly what those might be. But it could be something like tampering with evidence, obstruction of Justice or states public health law and the provision that says that the body must be given quick indecent burial and on top of that. One was. Controversy over here. There was an ethical complaint filed against our money in Belgium. So basically, they were then facing disbarments an investigation into the ethical complaint that would drag on several years Balaji started drinking heavily abandoned his law practice and move to Florida Armani toughed it out, but he suffered. No one wanted him as a lawyer anymore. What else can I do? To make a living. He was just barely getting by for a little while. I think all all the distress and pressure. Takes you through toll. In fact, he has a heart attack while this is all going on. But eventually the criminal charges are dropped and the ethical complaint is dismissed and the reason in a opinion of the court and the state bar is a Belgian Armani money did was right. What they did was good, exactly. According to the law, and my view is Frank Armani is a real life hero. I always say, you know, people so admire Atticus Finch and the difference between Atticus Finch and Frank Armani. Is that Armani is a real person? And Lisa told me about this panel. She organized back in two thousand seven was for the American Bar Association, a big conference on professional responsibility. And there were about four hundred people in the room, most of them, lawyers, and they were there to watch onstage the featured speaker Frank Armani, and it was a love feast does what does this what? Does that feel like did you ever think you'd get to that point? When you were in the midst of the hardest part. No. Never dreamed. I don't think I was a hero. I just was a lawyer that that is job. I mean, I was a good lawyer. At least I thought. So all right, everybody. And now over forty years later this case, let's talk about and what our money and Belgique did get bodies case tie law schools across the country. Everybody teaches the case it's like a touchstone. What do people think what what what is people think? So I went to a couple of classes, I went to one legal ethics class. And I also went to a criminal defense class here in New York that was being taught at Fordham stand up. I agree his duties to his client represents his clients best interest. If you and in sitting in on these classes, and in talking to law professors, I think one of the reasons that that this case is taught so widely because professors can point again point to a real human being at the center of a really tough legal situation, and they can say in this situation. This is what a lawyer should do. This is what a lawyer should should be. So from from the moment, I started thinking about this story. I always wanted to talk to the families involved which proved really difficult I wrote letters to both families, and I made a bunch of phone calls and understandably no one wanted to talk to me. But eventually I did start corresponding with a family member of one of the victims. And she initially didn't want to go on the record. But we emailed and after a few phone calls. She ended up changing her mind and decided that she did wanna go on the record. Okay. All right. So with me on a phone, call, would you mind just telling us who you are your name. Okay. I'm I'm Roberta patch. And I'm Susan mother. Susan was the girl from Chicago. She was a college student who'd gone missing while she was camping with her boyfriend. And she's who are money in Belgium found in the mind as as I've explained before my interest, really in this story has to do with the fact that it seems that that it's become sort of a key part of how a lot of legal ethics classes talk about the concept of confidentiality. And so I sort of wanted to just start with that idea to ask if that's something that you knew a lot of schools were teaching, and if you had any feelings or thoughts about that. I had no idea that this was being taught in law schools, and I'm pretty horrified to think that this is what is considered to be correct. 'cause I don't think it's ethical at all and to think it's being taught it's the right way to do things in an ethical classes, totally incomprehensible to me and was the the first that you'd heard that it was being taught when I reached out to you yet. It was. You were the only in talking to you did I know that. Yes. Maybe they ought to think not only about the criminal who are trying to defend, but what about the victims? And I think that that should at least be an equal thought never mind if not greater consideration. Did you did you have a feeling that you really weren't taken into consideration? As as all of this was happening. Yes. Only my husband. And I when we first heard that she was missing we flew immediately. And and went to the police station. And when we were there sitting with the police they received the policeman at the time that we were with received a phone call Danny's my daughter's boyfriend what his body was found. And that's that's all we knew. And we never really had many updates and nobody told us what was going on. And obviously. There was no closure in. It was just getting worse and worse. And then the only other time we were contacted by the police was summits already. I can't even remember who was when her by my daughter's body was found like five months later. And in the meantime, of course, we were all going crazy. My my father as a matter of fact, even when fire is to contact a psychic. That's how how important it was. And how it was our entire lives during that period. And as far as visiting the lawyer, which my husband, did it was a total lie. The lawyer maybe he considered it to be ethical. But what he was doing was lying to my husband and causing more months of horror. And and this is what is being taught in large schools. So anyway, just to try to be third ever involved as far as I've encountered anyone law professors law students there when they approach this. It's with a lot of sensitivity. And they are they are struggling with the pain. They I think the instinct is to side with the families into imagine what they went through. But my feeling is that how could any of us possibly imagine that if we hadn't gone through it? And so I guess that's why I was hoping to talk to you to kind of let you have a chance to communicate some of that experience. Yeah. Well, it's impossible to really communicate in words. I made forty years later. I'm still I it's still a struggle to discuss this because you don't ever go away as long as I live. Self. I don't know. I guess. Wondering we've been talking a lot of sad stuff. I'm wondering if there's any thing you would like to say about Susan that that doesn't have to do any of this that you would want people to know that you wanna share? I don't know you don't have to. But. Well. What can I say? She was she did receive her degree posthumously. We we didn't go and pick it up at Boston University do difficult for us. And. And Danny who has her boyfriend had been just that summer, and he had a full scholarship to Harvard, and he graduated just a year before and so two lives, and I'm sure the other two children had great futures ahead of them too. And it's just a horrible tragedy. It's it's. It's horrible. To be in the position. Live through that. I mean, how do you relate losing your daughter? What excuses for? Protecting the person to kill her. Snow justification you couldn't justify my mind. I don't expect them to accept it. But. That's the way it is..
"armani" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I couldn't help the man because he's looking right at this man, knowing exactly. Imagining what he's going through like Armani had lost. A brother was much younger is four years younger than his an air force pilot with three kids and in nineteen sixty two his plane went down and he was lost at sea. So after that Armani said his mother she'd be up at night crying. She would like go to bed at night. My mother would wake up screaming Fisher reading. She couldn't recover from. Because you can't just you don't really know. But you know, it's. I can understand it. And that's you know, that's partly why this was so hard for Armani because when that plea deal fell apart that was his chance to try to get this information to the families when the plea fell through. He didn't have any other options for sharing that information. He was stuck what so what happens next. So they have to go to trial. And that means that Armani in Belgium, the knuckle down try to present an insanity defense. Meanwhile, Armani he said he couldn't sleep. He was having nightmares. Wake up to thirty in the morning where the sweat running down your back. Don't sit at the kitchen table drinking coffee and is waiting for the morning paper to come because he was just alone with it. He was alone with a secret. And he knew at that moment that police are trying to find these girls he knows that the parents are holding out hope that they might still be alive. You you. You're questioning yourself. Very. You're hurting people. So you begin to wonder am I in the right profession? You know, you're looking for. And you're looking for a way to give the information now. Know more make us call. Did you ever think of that? Sure. Why didn't you? Well. If I'm gonna do it. I'm gonna do it openly. I don't know. Did he ever did you ever break? No. According to him, though, you know, in my mind, I was doing what I thought was the proper ethical legal moral moral thing to do. And then in December of nineteen seventy three five months after the girls. Disappear. Their bodies happened to be discovered within two weeks of each other Susan's body is discovered by two kids who are playing up in the minds Alicia. I guess I think a student from Syracuse university, which is right next door to the cemetery is walking through and stumbles upon here. And so she's discovered then two and then six months later in the summer of nineteen seventy four opening day of the trial might be one of the most significant even though Robert Caro's trial for the murder of.
"armani" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Highest profile case that would ever come to him. And so as the prosecutor, you're not gonna look so good. If you give a deal to this reprehensible, man, no, well, what the hell's the difference? He's going to get life. No matter what how many times you wanna give them life. But the meeting only lasted like five minutes, we went nowhere or the deal collapses completely and tobacco up a little ways when that deal fell apart that was actually that was particularly devastating for Armani because just the day before Susan pats his father had flown in from Chicago to Syracuse. I remember Mr. pets coming to my office. And he said, can I meet with you and talk to you in an Armani agreed to it. So he comes in takes a seat and asked them father to father. Is there anything you can tell me about my daughter? I mean, the papers think that Garo probably has something to do with her disappearance. Is there anything at all that he's told you that that can help me? But I couldn't tell him anything just he says, no, I can't tell you. There's nothing I can tell you remember trying to assure him that look I've got a meeting set up. I can say is it's would state investigators in prosecutor on the case they could have some information for trying to give him hope that we will bring it to a conclusion I thought we would. But we did. So then when Mr. pets leaves Mr. Armani, he loses it he threw a bunch of books. We get through the phone basically, just destroyed his office.
Alphabet misses Wall Street revenue estimates; shares fall
"Climbing forty nine points of one point nine percent. Dow industrials rally four hundred one points off one point six percent, while the NASDAQ composite index picked up two hundred ten points are by three percent. I'm Charlie Pellett. That's a Bloomberg business flash. Bloomberg best with June Grasso and Ed Baxter continuance. From the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio, this is Bloomberg best today. UBS CEO, Sergio Armani told investors at the Bank would shoot for a bolder set of financial targets but kept a January goal of attracting net new money. He spoke with Bloomberg's Nara chayhitch. In london. Let's start on a tweaking of the financial targets is this about growth visit about cost-cutting. What is the message for investors is about both? Actually, we want to reiterate the story. That's why we always to look at ways to become more efficient than we are doing that. The real story for us is are we free up resources through costs initiatives to reinvest in our business. And that's the reason why you should our plans, we as fact our cost base to stay flat excluding variable compensation. Performance performance-related and grow our top line. And so growing the top line is sustained by two cycle are trends that we are experiencing wealth creation and wealth transfer into ward and also the opening up of China's as as a financial markets and in general, we do cintos? Two forces allowing us to grow at least as much as the real duty growth globally. All right. Let's talk more about growth, and where's the growth gonna come from in global wealth management, particularly in the US? Well, actually in the US our next focus would be on. Developing more, our alt-right high net worth the offering and enlarging and bringing our expertise that we have globally on that area together with the family offices kept communities that we already have into the US and tapping a market that he's very promising for us. And that he's under tapped, honestly for UBS the second areas of growth for us is that we didn't really touch the US persons outside the US in the last ten years. And I think this is also very nice opportunity. We do we do factor around seventy billion of influencing the next door three years to come from. That's segment of Brian's interesting. So talking about ex-pats Darren and wealth management all regions data book inflows except the Americas. So in the US, what can you offer clients, particularly in global wealth management, but also in other areas that you'll US competitors. Can't well. Well, I think it's really first of all I would say that said our inflows closing the US. Are broadly line actually are in line in that with the industry standards. If you look at our US competitors Donna report, and then you money, and so the the best proxy to understand inflows and outflows on a competitive basis is to look at invested assets. And we have been growing in line with our peers, so one can assume that we had the same kind of universe of menu money. In terms of of the competitive, what we what we can offer is really this capability is that we have outside the US that makes us unique. We are the only truly global wealth manager in the war. So he means that we have leading leadership positions in all main markets, not only in the US. We we are a top player, but also in Asia and European Switzerland. So we can bring the expertise of investing globally, and which is very complementary to some of our competitors include will wealth management, then what a lot of investors have been focusing on is what's gonna come from the cost cuts. There was some tweaking around the cost targets today. Just talked to me about that. First of all, how should we interpret them and how others cost cuts gonna come about? Well, the costs are. Four is a function of becoming more efficient. And you know, when you look at our call space one thing is going to stay fairly stable is investment in technology and investment in technologies. Allowing us to take down the rest of the cost of Beijing. The Bank from tobacco around two to three percent a year. But the most important issues that what do we do in those cost savings? We'd we invest for future growth, that's the very important element. Our story is not about cost cutting our stories that combination of efficiency. Now, we manage our resources and how we manage our balance sheet. So the trade off for us sees the frontier of efficiency between capital returns and cost income ratio. Where we are one of the best in the work. A buyback program is running ahead of plan. And you have said today don't confuse one by program with our ambition and potential so through this for me, what is the potential for buybacks. How? Ambitious? Can they get what was the first of all let me clarify that statement because it means that under Swiss stock exchange also we have to declare an an amount and within three years we need to complete the program, and that has nothing to do with the cash flow that we will generate over three or four or five years. So, and you know, we are we are announcing every year. Our ambitions at the beginning of the year. We said we're going to buy five hundred and fifty million we already exceeded that targets as we speak with six hundred and fifty million worth of shares that we was back and in January when we announce our dividend for two thousand eighteen and paid in nineteen we announce our share buyback intentions for two thousand nine hundred that was UBS
Football, Colombia and Kofi Annan discussed on Joe Pags
"A. Mother of. A teen girl from Milwaukee Wisconsin who was missing last month, and found in Chicago who says her daughter was sexually assaulted says her daughter is missing again sixteen year old, Armani, chambers, her mother. Bonnie Bruno says armonia was last, seen at a boys and Girls Club yesterday but was, not picked, up by the. Crisis stabiliser at. The right, time here. Yesterday past five PM that is. Not her schedule I'm miss medication, yesterday as, well these, are all. Things that play a part in mental illness police detectives and the human. Trafficking task, force, say they're
Shooting at Florida high school football game leaves 2 injured
"This update, from, police, about gunshots and a Florida high school football field last. Night teens parents and spectators at Palm Beach central high ran for cover two, people were shot so sheriff Rick Bradshaw bad. Guys in this were not there to shoot students they were not there to go in. And randomly kill a bunch of people they know who they were looking for it they just happened, to be able to find him on the perimeter of that football game sheriff says school police, officers were the first to.
"armani" Discussed on Natch Beauty
"Com. You can get that thing the next day. Sometimes same day and it's, it's worth it. I'm really, it's happening. I'm gonna do it. You what I know this is impossible because like you said, you run the gamut in terms of all the different women people who you be. I mean, you did KENDALL you do Goldie Hawn you, you have a whole beautiful spectrum of people, but are there. Any products that you just love you like I have to put this on every five. I don't care what age you. I don't care where you came from. I need to put this on you because it is Joey. Maluso favorite. My God. Did you see me thinking? I'm like, I had to put my head down for a second. It's so funny. Yes, yes, yes, I do. Yes. But also tell you something about me. I give a lot of my products that way. Yeah, and I will be like, oh, you know, oh, you like this here. Right. Because I tend to use the same product so much that if I don't do that, I won't change. Yes, my vi- here. That kind of be ever chain. Yes. Smart. I like to evolve and us new products and try the new thing. Go back to the old thing and a lot of things I go back to. I go back to always go back to Giorgio, Armani MAC, face and body, and Klay depo- comes in the tube foundation. Those are my favorites. Yeah, I feel like their staple away the Armani Lumina silk or the new one. No, the Armani luminous Celt. I just find that the colors textures, you know, if it ain't broke, Honey, gotta, fix, you know, then on, you know, like a MAC face and body is awesome because you can use it on the entire body. If you wanna, you know, Brighton someone's skin tone. You can do it. If you want somebody to look super Dewey, does that somebody has nice skin like I would use that on you for a photo shoot because you have nice skin, and I don't really have to cover a law and then the Armani has great coverage. And the Klay DiPoto is you know, great for a lot. Like if you need more coverage on, you also can build on it, which I love. Yeah, so so those things like the foundations, those are always. Staple. Yeah, I saw just did a video about your top five faves yes. And you're trying to tell us we need a seventy four dollar lip balm by Sisley. I mean, hey, I do. We need that. I mean, listen, live..
"armani" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty
"Your first seek purchase. You're gonna love it. Dumped buys. Huge. Yeah, I love in this. Talk in everybody getting all these interviews in. And yeah, this has been a good one. Great conversations. Great conversation is a lot of times when you bring people on, you don't know how it's going to go. But every everyone that's on this week really was cast is like a box of chocolate. You know, we talked about that yesterday. I'm barstool radio where the dudes who's fighting Pat came on and he's just like interviewing a box of sand and it was great. She's lovely. She even went into some air force chance that they do Mark and orders at the Chow hall line. Loved that shit gets me going. Anytime. Listen members are opening their fucking mouth. I love that shit. Yeah, that was good, but it's a big big week all around roughened rallies here. That's basically what the entire barstool office the office is. Yeah. But there's also big news in the political world this week. The biggest news of which is that Paul Manafort spent fifteen thousand dollars on the ugliest ostrich jacket, known demand. Looks or Randy's it has to be something that they used for money laundering because that is one of the ugliest jackets I've ever seen Kant as a fashion guy yourself. What did you think of the fifteen? Dodger not good. I think that's fifteen thousand dollars, not well-spent. And I think that is the biggest misconception in fashion is that if you spend a lot of money on something, it automatically is a good piece of clothing and makes you look good in. That couldn't be the furthest thing from the truth because so many people can take a hundred dollars and find some deals and have a killer outfit. And it doesn't need to break the Bank and that that jacket was just disgustingly gross. Yeah. My favorite about Armani. Like when I go to, there's an Armani store here and I walk in, I'm like, all of this shit looks like s yeah, it looks terrible. I mean, certainly everybody's taste differs and you get to a certain level like the Armani's of the world where you're then just paying partly for the name to say, oh, I have Armani, and. I couldn't advise anyone to not do that more than just waste your money on a name. If something doesn't look like good. If it looks like trash, it probably is trash on an ostrich coat. No last, my favorite was it was like reading all the tweets. There's so many funny tweets about this ostrich code or whatever. My favorite was from this writer kashani collie who just said, men be shopping. Yeah, but I think a lot of that is let me ask you this. Robbie box wrote this blog this week about Conor McGregor outfit costing sixty are it was like seventy two thousand dollars for his outfit. Yeah. Well, he wore jumpsuit that was I think it was Christian Louis Vuitton and that was like twelve hundred bucks. And then the shoes were like a thousand dollars or something like that. Robbie -cluded the watch cost in the outfit, which I don't think you should be able to do now accessories accessories that you wear with every outfit ever think don't count. That's fair. That's fair. But still a five thousand outfits is expensive outfit, but it's not a seventy thousand dollars off of his watch. Yeah. In that case, if you're like, say you're fucking Kim Kardashian, every outfit you wear is twelve million dollar outfit because you have your ten million dollar reading, surely good point. But yeah, this this jacket I'm looking. It's just jacket of a man who needs to wear that jacket. Right. Like a midlife crisis jacket is a midlife crisis jacket spot on. 'cause trying to be trendy with with the pattern that it is, but the colors don't work. It's just terrible. It's like a poop colored leathery Brown and it's real shiny. Yeah, Manafort has to do something..
"armani" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"The last forty years now obviously we're talking about adjusted for inflation but i i can tell you that forty years ago i was seven i know that at fifteen years old i was making three thirty five an hour that was minimum wage so clearly minimum wage is significantly higher than that now it's double more than double that but the price of things is higher to absolutely and the there's more things to buy i couldn't walk around with mini computer in my pocket that kept me busy all times of day and night you know back in nineteen eightysix because technology is just wasn't there so i think that yeah you know it's true you've got to claw your way up but i think part of the problem is is that young people aren't getting to work early enough either you know absolutely let's go to your calls though got matthew on the line in louisiana watching us online via youtube good matthew mark and then bruce occur during the studios in armani armani is with us here tonight's go ahead okay so remember i'd ask you also long ago back we're riding the carolina sources records to work about what you thought that's the basis of society was individual or the oh family okay a question of mine how can you have any families without individuals question mark immigration idea is almost exactly the same as the one proposed by rush limbaugh long time out the idea briefly basically anybody can come to this country that wants to there'll be no welfare for them second secondly they mate ever people that come main ever received the right to vote at no point they'll just get a basically a second class level of citizenship and it will never include the right to vote and they will never get welfare i suspect what that will bring to the country our people a that understand that voting is typically insignificant act of very little value to the individual and be that want to work hard and make a better life for themselves their children and their progeny into the future and that's only good for them and us that's why the koreans living in japan i thought i'd have some fun with a couple of local issues one was we had the.
Nike brand president resigns; company probes workplace complaints
"News nike says one of its senior executives will step down in august nike didn't say why trevor edwards it's brand president who had been seen as a possible future ceo was leaving the company the wall street journal reports his resignation was announced in an internal memo that said the company had received complaints about inappropriate behavior after coming in second last weekend tiger woods is off to a good start in his quest for his first pga tour event since two thousand fifteen tiger off to an electric start in the arnold palmer invitational would shooting a four under sixty eight for the first round of a tournament bay hill putting him in a six way tie for seventh on the leaderboard tiger after the round talking to the golf channel we have a long way to go is this the first day and so just the fact i was able to sit around a sixty today woods looking for his first win since the bridgestone invitational five years ago he's four strokes behind the leader at the arnold palmer invitational henrik stents posted an eight under sixty four on thursday matt napolitano fox news the latest fashion house to eliminate further from its collections joining gucci and giorgio armani hugo boss and others lisa lacerra fox news radio channel three early warning weather from the talk of connecticut clearing tonight with lows.
"armani" Discussed on My Brother, My Brother And Me
"Why doesn't your daughter just have one slime i don't understand the need for more sign mortezai want to play with it wants to make it but but then you are not allowed to throw it away but then i can't throw it away because it's exactly makes it and keeps it and then that's it out what i should try to get her to do is start selling it maybe i could put her to work in that sort of like junior achievement sorta situation wishes like making the slide in the putting it in little containers and selling it to buy food what if you are started storing it in a very large lock box and then on her eighteen th birthday you wheeled it out and said this is where your college money went yeah to this too nice signed box yeah this is why i mean the the money i don't know white but you've heard about contact solution include that that ain't cheap now hijacked solutions and cheap so like i don't know how many thousands of dollars a week you're spending on slime fixings by a can't it can't be cheap cia are you okay justin iranian armani are you are you poor now it's it's not pricey immates elmer's glue its contact solution now dow give out that don't give authorized me here hugh crazy s why why not if people if i give a recipe and there's a huge rush on it maybe i won't be able to find the and greens at the store what if everybody in our whole listening audience here's the recipe you give out makes their own slime sime gets big and strong takes over the whole world and spreads and consumes all of us and then it's on that one's on ugies there are certain.
"armani" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"While but are you wonder honesty tomasek right is affecting the keep talking about his growing now being a problem started in the west coast trip and um you know obviously there's a run out every ball because of it didn't run out and then shield singled out there who knows there but uh you know he certainly hasn't been at productive ung outlay but yet you know you look at a year and if he were projected over hundred forty gained would be pretty darn solid maybe not as great as last year but i mean in june has numbers were phenomenal so it may be looked at the short they will take he's gonna turn around and when you look at his totals in and what he project over hundred sixty two game here pretty strong and we know he's a big uh you know listen he can throw you out from his knees has got a very strong arm would most of the starting pitching and for that matter the bullpen as well would they were other have sanchez defensively behind the played a role mine law fans still like to hear that they don't they don't want to hear that the role mine sanchez comparison the yankee certainly will defend sanchez uh i do think i'm your reminds us have more experience they probably a better game caller then that's actually a fairly doesn't have the armani sanchez had phenomenal army i'm playing he can hit the clock up by doesn't get cheated apply in the whole render bikinis averaged mike four hundred twenty seven schieffer homerun and nobody putting on nobody doing nobody's honestly judge so many paul on out ballpark he's just a phenomenal hitter phenomenal thrower and now you hope that i think his his game calling feeding an edge blocking improved uh with time.