22 Burst results for "Arnaud"

Phillies pitchers dominate again, sweep Braves on Bohm hit

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 2 months ago

Phillies pitchers dominate again, sweep Braves on Bohm hit

"Alan Alan poems poems RBI RBI single single in in the the bottom bottom of of the the eighth eighth inning inning enabled enabled the the Phillies Phillies to to complete complete a a three three game game sweep sweep of of the the Braves Braves with with a a two two one one win win the the Phillies Phillies the the color color of of the the leaves leaves in in the the bottom bottom of of the the second second inning inning on on a a solo solo home home run run by by Andrew Andrew Knapp Knapp Atlanta Atlanta tied tied the the game game in in the the top top of of the the seventh seventh when when Travis Travis d'arnaud d'arnaud hit hit his his first first Homer Homer of of the the season season Jose Jose Alvarado Alvarado picked picked up up the the win win in in relief relief Hector Hector Neris Neris notched notched his his first first save save of of the the season season Michael Michael Luongo Luongo Philadelphia Philadelphia

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"arnaud" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

02:27 min | 7 months ago

"arnaud" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

"That is notoriously bad at charing. Now so i think that's a big data coming to cannabis but it doesn't mean big data inside your own. Lp it means big data and data patterns in the world of cannabis. Not just us just can now but just everywhere and who's going to do that. And how are you going to make that happen. With all the legal restrictions and business restrictions that are placed today. So i think we still have a at least ten years of work ahead of us. Yeah yeah before. It becomes a standard absolutely. And as as we've seen it's it's not a linear Trajectory either We take steps forward and back and forward and back as we ride this roller coaster towards a new regulatory models in a new industries So yeah it's it's gonna be fascinating. And i think this all ties up our conversation are really nicely highlighting what we can do if we can put aside by sees if we can standardize some things so that we can have common reference points and be able to compare data draw more meaningful conclusions and ultimately. Just continue to do things better. I mean from the world of of quality systems. It's all about continuous improvement. We continue to improve as we move into the future. But i'd like to emphasize it's not rocket science in you know very soon in the near future everybody can grow cannabis of a decent level. But it's going to be super cheap and you're going to make a lot of money and everybody can make things out of it. You know making cbd oil. It's also not rocket science so that just means what's left behind is that you have to make one hundred choices. Are you gonna do it this way or that way. And so they. They need to be good. Steps is not going to be tough. But it's gonna be You have to be responsible. Yep exactly exactly well awesome Arnaud thanks so much for spending the past couple of hours talking to me. This was as enjoyable as i expected it to be. I mean when we talked on the phone before during the interview. We we seem to hit it off pretty well and this is just a a nice continuation that i really appreciated the conversation and i hope that in the future we can reconnect and sauk even more about some of the stuff. I would hope so too. There's lots of extra and more topics to talk about it. If you want to know about my.

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"arnaud" Discussed on Cults

Cults

09:49 min | 1 year ago

"arnaud" Discussed on Cults

"And his twin brother. Oliver were born in nineteen sixty eight in Boulogne beyond core a suburb of Paris from an early age. The Moose's were deeply intrigued by religious studies. Philosophy and numerology these interests pushed are no mercy to travel in search of esoteric knowledge in his twenties. He began hitchhiking around Argentina. While he tracked he read voraciously around. Nineteen ninety five. He came across some books written by Andrei Bujanovac. Bouche claimed he was the reincarnation of Jesus Christ his cult far west or lighthouse West pursued linguistic and semantic study philosophy using esoteric numbers. He derived from the French language. He attempted to decipher the word of God. Even developed his own neurological system to do this known as the Kabbalah Fronts. As the more I read about Bujanovac the more intrigued. He became by the Kabbalah Franz as he wasn't the only one at some point in his travels he married an unnamed woman who apparently shared his fascination with the Arcane in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven she and Mussi along with his twin brother. Oliver officially joined Far West to meet Bushwack Lucy now twenty. Nine was eager to dive deeper into numerology with BUJANOVAC. This pseudoscientific study of numbers is often employed to search for hidden meanings in the world by extrapolating numbers from names dates and other sources. These numbers are then combined using a variety of obscure calculations in numerology each number has certain vibrational or spiritual quality by reducing concepts to their base number. Proponents claim. Numerology can be used to reveal the truth of things mercy and Bushnak connected passionately over the subject as Masih became more deeply involved in Bush ex cult he found. It was almost more of a literary society. The group is dedicated more to study and worship rather than to accomplishing any theological or political goals. For Awhile Mercy reveled in the discussions he was especially enthralled by Bujanovac and would do anything to please his new mentor. Soon Mussa declared that he too had been reincarnated according to Mossy. He was actually the Apostle James Reborn. Vanessa's going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode please note. Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist but she has done a lot of research for this show. Thanks Greg. It's possible that Mussa took on the role of a reincarnated saint to find his place in the Far West Group. French sociologist E. Mail Dir chem described religion as the social and psychic phenomenon that arises when groups of people search for consciousness greater than their own regardless of what he truly believed. Mercy was soon Bush annex right hand man he was more committed than many other cultists and quickly won them over with his good natured charming personality. He was fond of jokes and never seem to take himself too seriously. In spite of his lofty claims about reincarnation moose endeared himself to Bujak further by following the man's teachings to the letter though nominally Christian Far West belief system differed from the mainstream in many distinct ways most notably members believed that the apostles of Jesus were romantic couples. They had a sex positive view of salvation and believed it was necessary for someone to find their soulmate. In order to achieve eternal life the cult also believed in the conspiracy popularized by the novel the Davinci Code. The book contended that Saint. Mary Magdalen an early follower of Christ was actually Jesus. Secret Lover. Macedon threw himself into a series of deep readings and fervent discussions about the nature of God and Mary. Magdalene though most of the other members of the organization had been there much longer than him Muluzi was soon head and shoulders ahead of them. In the eyes of Bujanovac his commitment led to a major shakeup in the cult in. Nineteen ninety-seven when Andre Bouche next suddenly died. Surprisingly control of our West. Didn't go to any of the cult members who'd been there for years instead it felt a Mussi. He took on his new role with Gusto for a while. He stuck rigorously. Tabuchi anex believes. He interpreted his mentors writings in regular ceremonies with the rest of the members similar to a typical Christian Service but as the years wore on he grew frustrated he felt far. West was to stagnant. Most of the members treated the group like an academic hobby rather than a religion to devote themselves to this was partially because organization. Far West. Didn't seek to accomplish any external goals they simply gathered together to dispassionately discuss numeral logical theories. Masih and his twin brother Oliver even started referring to the more inactive members. As far as sees a reference to the Pharisees of the Bible whom Jesus often ridiculed as rigid and hypocritical eventually maasais frustration boiled over on January. First two thousand one. He founded a new organization called neo far or New Light House. Neil far built on Buddha next passed messages but reshape them into something darker unlike its predecessor. The new group focused on preparing for an imminent apocalypse. Messina formed the members of Far West that the day of reckoning what comes soon but he didn't envision the apocalypse as a violent destruction of the earth instead he saw Armageddon as a rebirth for humanity. Where humans would take on a new divine form. He claimed that people would accomplish this ascension with the help of angelic beings from Venus moreover he told his followers that who prepared correctly would become apostles of the new world. This meant that anyone who joined neo. Far along with their soulmates would lead humanity after Armageddon. In the end. Lucy's new group poached roughly half a Far West members about twenty people and all the others disagreed with the new changes and effectively dissolved too far west entirely to begin the preparations for the end of the world. The Neo far members. Most of them couples moved into two houses. Outside of Nantes in western France. The Masih brothers had inherited real estate from their father and help finance the group using the rent. Their tenants paid them. The resources allowed them to focus all their time developing neo far into something more involved than Far West had been as part of their new cooperative. Living Situation Mercy's twenty odd followers shared living expenses but maintained their own bank accounts. The couples that had children still sent them to attend school and maintain mostly normal lives. That seemed to be Hamas followers. Preferred it despite his efforts to cultivate a more passionate at involved base of devotees the members of neo far kept their personal and religious lives fairly separate even as they devoted much of their energy to studying the end of the world. Behind closed doors.

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Why Michigan is the next big Bernie Sanders-Joe Biden battleground

America First

02:59 min | 1 year ago

Why Michigan is the next big Bernie Sanders-Joe Biden battleground

"That is that it's not over yet but it's not looking good for Bernie Sanders and his socialist revolution let's just put it that way it's out he's got it he needs a miracle to come back in and win this thing in the end it or don't have a shot at it he needs to do really well and a lot of these upcoming states he doesn't have my chart margin for error and the reason for that is is that what happened in the a few days after South Carolina was the Democrat establishment coalesced behind Joe Biden really quick and it's pretty clear deals Joe Biden's wouldn't on super Tuesday the DNC machine gave it to on they took it for granted I'm they gave it to him so there's a few things that happen in the lead up to super Tuesday that are really important Terry McAuliffe the former governor of Virginia former DNC chair endorse Joe Biden that means the whole Virginia machine got behind that's why does Clinton though he was outspent by eighteen million dollars by Mike Rosenberg so Clinton's hatchet man Hillary Clinton hatchet man have a cold AF send the message and and then in that in the state of Virginia McCall's machine went to work but I didn't did but barely any campaign events are spent barely any right in Virginia so it's like how the hell did he win that big sorry I didn't mean to say that that that bad everywhere here but how the heck did you win that big of a race on hi I'm fine in in Virginia to the point where Bloomberg didn't even get any delegates after spending eighteen million dollars there Bernie did get a handful of patents out of Virginia but that it wasn't just for Genya Beto Rourke came in from in Texas the genesis machine came in Amy Klobuchar who dropped out at the urging of the party al there's the behind the scenes people the Obamas and so on and so forth I I came in for I'm in Minnesota in Massachusetts Elizabeth Warren the supposedly leftist progressives socialists who really it doesn't actually believe in what she puts forward is more loyal to the party establishment that she is and to the ideas she supposedly espouses and she just dropped out today but she stands in Massachusetts that blocked burning in Massachusetts and in Maine Rodney near nearby neighboring Maine and so on biting winds all these states that he probably should know one and Bloomberg really under performed across Italy he's got already and now warrants out of the race and it's really a two person race and so again Bernie's gonna need a huge night in Michigan he needs to not just win message when Michigan who needs to win decisively he he are coming on Tuesday other states I the upcoming that burning is to do really well in other rust belt states like Maine upper Midwest states like Wisconsin or Pennsylvania Arnaud heiau Bernie Bernie has a swing pass show but it's not looking good form and it's pretty clear they came for Bernie on Tuesday night and they seem to have delivered pretty close to a knock out

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What Happened at Kentucky Downs?

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

03:47 min | 1 year ago

What Happened at Kentucky Downs?

"Kentucky downs has scheduled to itself for the week week yesterday the action pretty crazy it started out. It was funny because it it started out yesterday. So much a return to normalcy there hasn't been a single favorite win on the opening card card last saturday and the favorites were starting to roll win and then just that quickly the whole complexion changed and the second half of the card yesterday turned into a series of of big prices and some were very habitable as it happens but that's the beauty of you know these these big bulky fields we said earlier in the week you get horses that just get lost on the board delighted and not going to get a chance to talk to them today but absolutely thrilled for charlie the prestige great to get the charlie <hes> <hes> a steak win this game with ward pit fields get western wire-to-wire in the old france little under nine to one one of the prices that ended up leaving the the pick five <hes> bereft of a winner was there was a four five payout and how about the pick four tate eight sixty just under six thousand yeah crazy just nuts the nightcap winter under thirty dollars <hes> campbell leeza for arnaud delacour runnymede and and caspi clay and that was one of the worst is that just clearly got lost. It's not the board everybody bet coleen von down to sixty five and left a whole bunch of courses at nice prices and there was no reason that that can't believe it should have been that close to fourteen not to one earlier mattress mac and sister-in-law laura waller's. They combined for a a happy run. Happy kentucky downs result. Take it back a first time starter right up near the lead well-placed by john court a pioneer the naira philly and originally bred by kalua met and and takes over and holds the favourite safe in the closing strides at forty three to one. That's that's what started the monster pick four so big balloons. What's that lit up things. After a parade of favorites a crazy the opener was a favorite and then you had a three to five you you had a sixty five. You had a three to one the first four races the favourite wins and then in the fifth he had the second choice when grant that he was almost four to one but then then things even actually even in the sixth you had what the third choice bohemian bourbon in wilkes suburban lane julian

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Restaurant Owners Grapple With Hiring Undocumented Immigrants

NPR's Business Story of the Day

06:00 min | 2 years ago

Restaurant Owners Grapple With Hiring Undocumented Immigrants

"This message comes from n._p._r. Sponsor xfinity some things are slow like a snail races. Other things are fast like xfinity x. by get get fast speeds. Even when everyone is online working to make wifi simple easy awesome more at xfinity dot com restrictions apply the immigration and customs enforcement raids at chicken processing plants last week reignited an old debate who will do these jobs if not undocumented workers in mississippi the workers dismembered poultry for eleven to twelve dollars an hour brutal dangerous work across the country immigrants often do manual will low paying jobs and employers say they have no choice but to rely on them. N._p._r.'s john burnett spent time with one restaurant owner who is wrestling with this very issue. It was mid afternoon afternoon at a small popular restaurant in a city somewhere in missouri. The lunch rush was over and only a few diners remained. The cook was cleaning up in the proprietor win asked that we not use her full name. The restaurants name the kind of cuisine or the city to avoid arousing the attention of federal immigration agents at least four of her six employees and government parlance gained entry to the united states without the requisite inspection inspection. They're undocumented the kitchen manager. Hi mate has been using a fake social security numbers since he came to the u._s. From mexico twenty one years ago he paid an underground underground cellar sixty dollars for it and didn't ask any questions well. We had to pay to get a a social. We know there is illegal. We don't oh how that we'd have jobs. We're not gonna have nothing else so we had to do that. Work lynn and i sat at the serving counter high may he was standing in the kitchen wearing a black chef's uniform and a ball cap high may said every immigrant he knows his constantly fearful of ice and we had our conversation before award the mississippi chicken plant rates which is needed careful about everything if we do something not correctly we're going to have troubles. Lynn said she's he's plugged into the restaurant community her mid western city and she states flatly. All of them hire undocumented workers. You cannot hire an american american here. It will show up to work. They will not be committed to their job. In america restaurant workers not as serious profession. The administration says there deporting according undocumented citizens like high made because he's taking jobs from america's. That is the biggest joke. I know i hear it all the time and i couldn't hire some. We put ads on craigslist facebook in the window in the newspaper that people that come in ply to take our job cbs will show up for one shift. They will not be cleaned. They will probably be sober. They will ask for their money than the shift in the middle not come back for the second shift in contrast. Lynn describes her employees all of whom came from central mexico as loyal dependable incredibly hard working. She says she pays her. Dishwashers washers eleven fifty an hour sixteen dollars for books. That's more than minimum wage but they get no insurance vacations or sick. Pay the pew research center under says there are seven and a half million authorized workers in the united states. They're concentrated in agriculture construction and the hospitality industry but would they choose. It's another line of work if they were here illegally if you had a green card would you still be here working for sixty dollars an hour. Obviously i like. I like to cook and then i like back to work and even of your boss wasn't standing here would you would you work here. If you're a lawful permanent resident <hes> i would like to do something i'm finalist arnaud. Something different high may didn't say what work he might choose if he had papers truth is there's no path to citizenship for for him. I turned back to lynn who was nursing a glass of pinot gratiot after another long day overseeing the restaurant what would happen if ice deported all the undocumented workers in the city tomorrow would close i mean i couldn't i just sell everything for whatever amount of money we could get for it and look close because there's not enough talent at people who really do know how to cook. According to the pew center ten percent of restaurant workers are unauthorized. That's one point one million employees. Lynn and thousands of other restaurant owners across the country say they cannot find enough suitable workers workers and the legal labor pool especially for their kitchens but administration hard liners say the law is the law where you're talking about a chicken plant with two hundred plus plus illegal workers or a little restaurant that has half a dozen illegal workers <hes> the issues the same mark krikorian is executive director of the center center for immigration studies a washington d._c. Think tank that favors lower immigration. He says there are u._s. Citizens who will do these unattractive jobs and he cheers on trump's ice rates and if that means a little restaurant somewhere ends up closing that's unfortunate i wish that on no one but restaurants close every day and if the labor market is tighter what that means is restaurants toronto that do come up with a way of recruiting and retaining legal workers will have a competitive advantage. I called cold lynn back this week and asked for her thoughts about the big ice raids in mississippi. She said her restaurant is too little for ice to target but that doesn't mean she's not affected. She said now she's afraid. The cost of chicken is about to go up. John burnett n._p._r. News.

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Wilmer Cabrera, Davey And Matt Jordan discussed on ExtraTime

ExtraTime

06:14 min | 2 years ago

Wilmer Cabrera, Davey And Matt Jordan discussed on ExtraTime

"Let's talk about women. Cabrera in the dynamo wilmer the fourth with coach to lose his job this season houston. They've struggled. They lost their last four to eleven and one in the last fourteen ten losses in their last twelve. That's not good made. The playoffs in two thousand seventeen when you took over did not make the playoffs last year but they didn't win u._s. Open cup looks like they will not make the playoffs this year they're six point out and there are fading and wilmer is no longer the head coach as a result thirty to thirty nine and twenty two is his record as the head coach of the dynamo and now to help us understand the decision is matt jordan the general general manager of the club. It's our a._t. And t. call to the field matt. How's it going. Hey guys. I'm doing andrew david charlie susannah. Thank you very much rob me on. I appreciate it. We appreciate russia you coming on and remembering everyone's name well done well done. Let's dive right in here. Of course the big news. Wilmer cabrera dismisses the head coach of the dynamo. Why why let wilmer go and why now yeah look. It was a very difficult decision. We have as a club that tremendous amount of respect and appreciation tation for everything the wilmer has done in the last two and a half years is the head coach of of the dynamo <hes> really coming off his last road trip <hes> in communication with our ownership group our board <hes> we collectively felt that it was the the right time to make this decision <hes> and really now how with with this being a challenging week with change comes opportunity so now the focus has shifted to supporting davey and the south the players as they prepare for the game this weekend against colorado. We know that the results especially recently we're not there. Is this strictly strictly results. Excuse me is there a coaching issue the way that you guys were getting x._y._z. out of your talent. Is it a roster problem well. What was the big issue here that led to wilmer just not getting what he needed to stay on the job. Well you know i think that you know wilmer the whole staff of i've been putting a lot of work into things <hes> in looking at really from the end of made the beginning of june we dropped eleven of fourteen games in m._l._s. play and we were three twelve and two in all competitions and and you know looking at everything holistically you know we we have the best start in club history this year <hes> and and we're off to a good start. Obviously we had a tough off last couple of months but i don't think anybody feels that <hes> the results. The last couple of months is a reflection of the quality of the roster. You know it's it's been challenging and there's a lot of factors. There's that play into this you know and so <hes> you know and obviously you had you know the the dog days of summer and the m._l._s. and everything that you guys guys no real well <hes> but really collectively felt that this was the right time to texas decision and and we wish wilmer nothing but the best moving forward so matt that tell us where are you at in the interview process right now for the next coach has begun already. Yeah well really once once you. You know any change like that occurs. I mean you're you know everybody is reaching out to your phone's blowing up and and we've had a tremendous amount of interest in that position i i think the key at the moment is is that we want to focus you know you you really wanna make sure that the group is has all the communication necessary a and and the coaches and davey in particular how to support to prepare for the weekend i think for us what's important is we're not going to rush into any decisions. We're not gonna make any reactionary harry decisions. We're gonna take our time. We're going to do our due diligence and it's going to be a very detailed process. You know we have a lot of you know key characteristics. We're we're gonna keep in mind that we're gonna evaluate as we're going through this process. You mentioned the due diligence. What have you learned from the past processes. You've been a part of hiring wilmer. Hiring is up in montreal as well and what are those characteristics. You're looking for well. I think the most important thing is that you have to find a head coach that that fits within the strategic plan of the club and within your within our core values that just strong leader <hes> and for us also understands understands our structures. You know we obviously we put a lot of work in our kademi are u._s. L. setup and a first team you know so i think a big part of this and we we believe big part of this is also the next candidate is committed to continuing to build on the infrastructure. That's in place and shows that level of commitment to to build build a culture of development. Those are the key factors that that were were focusing on in this process and and we'll take our time <hes> you know we're we're very fortunate that davey the <hes> you know is someone is very well respected in the locker room and amongst the staff and with the club and he's he's ready to do whatever possible all the help support. The club meetings very hard working. He's very committed got strong strong values <hes> and most importantly. He's got a growth mindset <hes> so i think i think that you know he's he's stepped right in you know and and is doing everything catalog with his staff and our support shop to help the guys prepare for this weekend matt. Is there so anyway that davy arnaud could win this job if he's to guide them to the playoffs. After this rough start <hes> you know towards the middle of the season. Could he's still win this job yet. Charlie no davey for sure is gonna be inconsideration for for the job <hes> you know and while we're we're doing and we're doing a very detailed search as well. <hes> and i think you know we feel we feel. We've got a good roster. I mean this is the same roster that had the best start in club history the street and i'd argue we were one of the most aggressive teams in the summer transfer window with the trades of christian ramirez nico hanson and the transfer of opposed jose bislama who's up and coming with the knossos team so we're not sitting back and and resting on anything you know we got a good group. We've got a good team. <hes> and these new editions we feel will give us a boost to make a good push and yeah davey will will be considered for the role as well davies a certain kind of candidate a guy from within the

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"arnaud" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

Comedy Bang Bang

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"arnaud" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

"We'll take. Okay. Do feel the difference between this quilt and my grandma's MU. That's so on the nose, really? It's yes and the mind pilots theory from my one meeting of the article, we'll go in the bathroom. Okay. I'm in the bath I need to use the toilet. Oh, okay. Oh, the doors open. I could see the bedroom right at the end. It's going to get a dovetail too much. I think go go fill. Oh, you know what? I'm just making up your knee. Panini press great migration. Wait, I live in a studio. There's my bed. Oh, I mean, look, we could do it, but I'm telling you, I don't think it would be a good demonstration at the power and it gets. I don't even know why don't you. Okay, good. So let's say you're in a movie and you have to say, stick them up, bad guy. I've come for you. Where am I saying? You're in a Bank, stick him up at the Bank, the sleeping? No, no, no. This no sleeping quotas in the bay manager of a Bank, he doesn't have it. Union rules, you have to have a cut what union would insist on sleeping quarters. Of course. Lobbyists, look, I. Way your way out of my cooking. I can't what you say. This is. We need to take a break. Arnaud commercial. We have to take one one, eight hundred. Good. Podcast. So what we're doing, I think it is look when we come back, we're going to sort out all of your, right. We're going to talk about your brother because I want to hear a lot more about it. Are we still. Him on the phone. This show being he's ING. Would you say that you're the checkers his chest, I will miss you. And isn't it great how people can play checkers on a whim? They don't have to be. Children can play with people of any age truckers on the chess label. Oh, nemo Jovi job. charter. So the the chubby checker and the fad. Two twins..

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"arnaud" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

WVNJ 1160 AM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"arnaud" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

"There's nothing wrong with that in my book um but as as workers have less to complain about as our wages have increased as as workplaces have become safer as employers tend to offer more benefits now to get good people there's less of a role in private organisations for unions they're an ought is needed but they're not completely gone right and a lot of the private june ends that do exist in states that don't have forced closed shop still have a lot of extra legal protections and so that there's no this weird intertwining of union and government and that should not exist at all two mas any final thoughts wool all of them all all i can say is that a mcdoland's worker in denmark kerns twenty six dollars as minimun wage t do you know how much a big makasiar uh depends on the i will i didn't try to get it a convert kronors though dollars's die arguing there was gone goldwell do now i really wanted to see how much more expensive aaa a big back ugel yeah big mac could it's made by somebody who's making twenty six dollars an hour cost to comparative whereas my guest is it's going to be a lot more than the video couple dollars that a big mac is here yet it would be great to have that answer from somebody ah boots on the ground yes yes it would heather any anther their rimac arnaud according to business insider and on average the big mac costs four dollars ninety cents in the us and five dollars fifteen cents in denmark which is insane thing about them get paid twenty six times an hour pretend right says the day get um but it pay they get paid sick leave and overtime pay over time sander anybody's lines up working over forty hours a week let's go back to the phones where we've got scarlett calling an watching us on twitch scarlett you're on free talk live go hibbert or thoughts uh first of all uh uh to speak.

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"arnaud" Discussed on 23 Shots of JD

23 Shots of JD

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"arnaud" Discussed on 23 Shots of JD

"He is going to late me hang in like that on a on how china's trying to push it out to you on your photo looks that you've got a late late outlook ii citing the scores at uri ayala land some knowledge knowledge wise dennis withdrew his bin laden the got his first tripledouble tripledouble i'll tell you hate west injury his cover is a westbrook on the come out third seed arnaud i of billy donovan mitchell's more westbook than dennis smith juniors mirror i feel like dennis mitchell he is more oil route us smoothie score dentistry so don't have mitchell's smoothie around scorer donovan chiller he's gotta nathi athletic yemen and those limitations pogos expert he's when all vertical he's more just give you the pool get under my why kind of reckless like ability yeah yeah yeah i may be wrong but i just think either donovan mitrust odor that more mature game other yeah he does he does yes i'll me like i guess yeah maybe at athleticism wise and maybe at at the point when they'll birth rookies you could he's a dentist this this is more like wet who but uh i didn't i like he's playing well and worth it in the birth playing really well in like and now going to him down the clutch against golden state where they go they might by smith that going to him and he was delivering yet it he be shredded car young one play just strip awesome you had that he hit a 3 in his fight exactly i dare kevin durant was under the rim of with the wall give me just stood back on loud watching that a tough guy k day but where have what it so odd not the report.

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"arnaud" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"arnaud" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The story about dante in and be a truth sir but the story about the bridge at world war 2 which is really quite compelling it is it's a really beautiful story and if if if you like how read it was not only a story about love them he just frame it this way but it's also story about the response of people again too long he and what they have their hearts open to all the work of dante who is the thirteen fourteen th century master po'd of the divine comedy in one of the greatest poets it ever to exist was inspired by a single moment of love um as robert johnson union analyst described it began when the young donte was standing on the ponte vecchio a graceful medieval bridge that crosses the arnaud rivollier and florence it was just before 1300 and dante spotted a young woman name the atroush spe of three chase standing on the bridge the side of her ignited in him a vision that contain the whole of eternity and this is falling in love dante didn't speak to her but spoke to her later met her and not long after his epiphany beatrice died carried off by the plague donte was stricken by the loss but his work was inspired for her by her she became his muse the bridge to heaven itself six hundred fifty years later during world war two the americans were chasing the german army upped the italian peninsula and the german armenian retreat where blowing up everything in their wake including bridges to stop the american progress but no one wanted to blow up the pump the vecchio for cosby atroush had stood on it and dante had written about her so the leaders of the german army made radio contact with the americans in in plain language said that they would leave the pontios ecu intact if the americans would promise not to use it the promise held the bridge was not up and not one american soldier a piece of equipment went across it the bridge was spared in a modern ruthless war for cosby a trysted stood on it and love had touched dante.

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"arnaud" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"arnaud" Discussed on KQED Radio

"But also above love and i i was very struck by story many listeners probably know the story about dante in and be a true sir but the story about the bridge in world war 2 which is really quite compelling it is it's a really beautiful story and if if if you like will read it was not only a story about love let me just frame it this way but it's also story about the response of people again to love he and what they have their hearts open to all the work of dante who is the thirteen fourteen th century master powder the divine comedy in one of the greatest poets it ever to exist was inspired by a single moment of love um as a robert johnson union analyst described it began when the young dante was standing on the ponta vecchio a graceful medieval bridge that crosses the arnaud rebelrun on florence it was just before 1300 and dante spotted a young woman name beatrice spe three chase standing on the bridge the site of her ignited in him a vision that contain the whole of eternity and this is falling at love dante didn't speak to her but spoke to her later matter and not long after his epiphany beatrice died carried off by the plague donte was stricken by the loss but his work was inspired for her by her she became his muse the bridge to heaven itself six hundred fifty years later during world war two the americans were chasing the german army upped the italian peninsula and the german army in retreat where blowing up everything in their wake including bridges to stop the american progress but no one wanted to blow up the pump the vecchio because beatrice had stood on it and donte had written about her so the leaders of the german army made radio contact with the americans in in plain language said that they would leave the pontios ecu intact if the americans would i must not to use it the promise held the bridge was lobbed blown up and not one american soldier a piece of equipment when across it the bridge was.

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"arnaud" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"arnaud" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"The mary compe people so it's uh this is a quick snapshot of the early parts of it now i've seen some of the names you're working with some of the note seven get him but that's not in these notion i get to the name of it yeah well were the working title right now is contra land and in a comes off of the the word contraband and sadly enough secondly enough our children have become the new contraband for the black market so they're they're treating children like the next narcotic or what uh you know blackmarket arms dealer uh currency so they're the new contraband and so uh you know the staff came up with a the working title contro contra land uh we may change that but for now that's that's the title where were literally it's not art it's not drugs the mortgage children and we see hollywood the whole culture oh you're going retirement as none of its have their arnaud pedophile them now he hollywood getting busted in all of it coming out it's really amazing so again here's a short directors cut version document or trade with oregon titles conquer land referred to children now sandler become another commodity contraband on the black market as you just said we've been tweeting that advocate trump or carlson is sean hannity another to get them shortcovering it for the whole damn we'll break ordinary tweet that right now relished shown so here is a little snippet but what kind of demand for child sex justifies the number two million child sex grohmann engineering everybody has access to your kids like they never have access to your kids.

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"arnaud" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"arnaud" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Whoa is used to be scary arnaud aren't aren't they they had a clear this up on my birthday is time did not wilt nobody no no wait hold up okay y'all got to remember punches at i was two hundred eighty two pounds as a senior in college i way right now a healthy respectable to seventy nine okay after a workout and up a little but to eighty six after after the horn answer to work after a race to the a apple about sam ghalim are to kick pick them up a little see those training videos like i used to add that our thoughts are tired of our system another two things will be raw tournament heels of molo man everyday but august how you so well poor news eat n is no different is worth composed differently i respect the compositions off but i weighed this before in lagos nineteen twenty one you i didn't know that respect okay way you a fed now the same guy drag clifford i live accounted going to go to arab world you've been fan for longer great game brennan he had all the need to put also wait talking about ready to your had a really nice game in to ease dismay and do my uh really eight here in this when he came italy talbot same hike thin kevin durant that's all marrara harare's grinning he got to go up against that guy and he had a nice game thirty was at thirty two points from him uh going up against a guy who's obviously which many say the secondbest player and lee his idol is a a guy lobbach best them back texas he said brennan he had a lot say about that in one luc wallyn has some thoughts on brandon ingram.

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"arnaud" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:33 min | 4 years ago

"arnaud" Discussed on WTMA

"You could do of you like it the much and want to be out there every day and thumbing you probably what our youth out the thing about like of five thousand square foot green or how bigger amount worth probably match and by twenty point by it ain't okay okay fess okay gum thick and more of a group irregular green so you and your backyard you probably of yeah like a thousand square foot or whatever so yeah i mean yeah if few you know if you blake tacoma after worker raviv refugee worker whatever i love milanrome right around the greens army that left thirty cool i mean you won't do the um the i mean so you could do you could do it yourself for some one here chanting arnaud use usually um you want a verdict cuda stuff like that as almost as much as more would have done when done even grow that fast but uh it does take a lot of um further cutting and stuff because it gets ruehe runners together rocard mad at together mediterranean i guess the ah yeah that's why kinda recommended bringing in a professional because you want to get your base right once you get the pool phil back inning compacted right you want to get that you know those base layers correct for a green and that's the whole keita a good grain okay let me just throw in another live for you i really wanted a fighter why garda one extreme out the other now we're gonna talk about spousal uh argued it we're trying to sloth now life conrete but what does it types of elite laugh work maintenance longrun uh obviously the butterfly gardens very easy to maintain bright okay lawyers all right well thank now we got where we're going near uh near fairway drive all right okay yeah thank bank for all your how i must have been komen under we know that neighborhood fake manner of fake name arthri no everybody down there uh afflicted with the what have been one of my cousins coming down the bed that any marecha percival with that expect of us expected room shivered distinctive names snuck and with something else anyway uh the big talker wtma this is this is this sunday on koa edition of wtma is guiding clinics the.

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"arnaud" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:16 min | 4 years ago

"arnaud" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Kids are finance kids kids a party rosie o'donnell book kids are pundits are tiny jokes that were sent to the rosie o'donnell more anyway stena's to turn that into a book by arnaud was a good idea rosy now drawn you're busy to this weekend you worry you in my neck of the woods you and i were playing a text tag tag but how did how did the alzheimer's won't go oh it was amazing it was just great started out at target fields we walked two point three miles an and it was just great a gathered my team the mitag team and it was a beautiful morning so it's really cool what they do is they give you these these little wind meal type flowers that that say the walked and alzheimer's on it and each colors signify something either you're caring for somebody was also moore's you have it or you've lost somebody so all these different color flowers and their met selling the yes and some people had multiple flowers and which i did and they're spinning in the wind and just every just thousands of people came out and i was so glad to see how many people care about this 'cause specially the my talkers who i was i got a special tshirt which i'm wearing today i was i'm a grand champion because i raised over a thousand and total with our team was three thousand three hundred seventy the cool assured its breath purple hasn't shown emblem on it it's the grand that up guy derailed but i just wanna from the bottom on my heart thank everybody who donated and listen when we talked about it this is just you know there are a lot of things going on right now the fact that they chose to take time to do that just really analyze to me absolutely thanks everbody in you had a beautiful day to dawn when rude if there was a staunch league gorgeous day on saturday and i'm sorry i missed you jason was trained solid of mita walked down with us but i was trying to gather my team and into his tag all it's fine no i just i woke up and wall by saturday was quite the adventure mel tillis and let known own device.

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"arnaud" Discussed on Overdue

Overdue

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"arnaud" Discussed on Overdue

"Um that comes out when like everyone's assigned to write a paper about a history tv show and she can't because she is now a tv which left us a little embarrassing that sucks you can't do your homework because you're on the advocate alerted the other kits writing about he'll idea now they're writing about like a a halfhour special on jacques cousteau that's supposed to be on channel six okay arnaud a channel six's well for doesn't matter in my day was abc yachts usually what i hear is stitch and who was less ab series three abc arm very important four is andrew full mike cook so they're hanging out the two of them their best good friends and she decides that they need a secret place because they clearly are not really connected anyone else in town and they go out in the woods and she's like it'll be a secret country in we'd be in charge and she's like it'll be called taraba thea and they have to swing across this creek on a rope and then they end up a little darker spot in the woods which is further than just likes to be and they declare it their kingdom and they like find some wood and some boards and like build a little shed and call it they're castle and unlike multiple times throughout the rest of the book they will does like go hang out there and there's never really like a crisis where they go in run there and like need to cry about it there's no like.

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"arnaud" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"arnaud" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"One one o5 that has cargill eddyville hearing from don roads this morning we put some whether premium in the market on friday awhile all of last week and we took it out in the overnight sign rose joining us us commodities in west wind on what's going on in the marketplace little followthrough from poor kohl's had on friday down seventy eight on corn and soybean down eighteen to twenty we down five to seven arnaud weather forecast changes the main issue so we have a what progress report coming up this afternoon what do you think you're going to be looking at yeah we are you don't think that you're going to be a little bit more of a typical coal but shutting down one percent on corn and soybean sixty four percent on core last week versus seventy percent a year ago soybeans down ana said he got one percent sixty one percent last week seventy one percent a year ago so ratings well off of a year ago again after slide ruslan tell me what that compares to uh years past dan what what a translates into bushels perec don yeah you know and and i think that's really where you come up with the good excellent ratings what is it really mean curry yielding with the current sixty to sixty four percent good excellent radio core nuts about a one sixty four to one sixty six yield on court show give you a carryover of a one point eight one point nine billion bushels that problem soy beans quake 46 have to forty seven bush will yield at a sixty two sixty one percent good excellent and give you carry over right around that uh three hundred sixty three hundred seventy million carryover on the one st 100 numbered on you bet is one eight under two four seven four seven one so there's skinny on the markets this morning's don rose u s come on of these west moines hey a doug does starts following market numbers 930 right here on news radio 1040 who thank you bob it's 726 will keep tabs on lena coming up here on dan advani in the morning boeing's delays with timesaving traffic reports every ten minutes with van and bonnie in the more review 1040 who well homemakers is having a tax relief sale and yes of course you do have.

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"arnaud" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"arnaud" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"I did in the nineties air red hair hannam and yes it was a lot based on the new people like that and i wrote right after i had my first daughter so i was thinking about the kennedy ideas being apparent a you'd already been divorced once yes yes yeah and gamma 20s via site located have kids that round they're on the yet said this i was thinking about just had a baby i was thinking about eight arnaud being apparent and then this an and just knowing kind of guys like that ensure and then there is of course part of my dad the characters on my dad are all but just the legal italy i had triplett that with my dad with lots of ice cream and bureau now with sweet yeah but but i played up against the sort of like a i don't know the the men leggie like even with the bill murray character and whilst insurance way should this week to be lost he um embassy yet he's at her lacey that in certain people ono dead allee but you have but also be so you know white people know of you're they know who you know the it's it's a strange thing to have a public personality young in yet you know behind it there's just this melancholy your existential kind of like despair yes and i've seen that in a heavy fall young you i think it happens in all occupation yeah but you know the public faces sort of like this strange thing that you have to be can i have to be that guy add in hawaii that beer will now working with those two it's with scarlett at that point or career with the with bill did you do the improvisations with them.

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"arnaud" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"arnaud" Discussed on WDRC

"Are you going to be very disappointed when you hear the answer to worry it's cryptic what is it has crept i the ferry what does that mean so the press i mean they're just they're salivating here they're they're apoplectic or the tapes k you have a question here when when when you tell us about the ring for fairly short period of time a fairly short period of time then so we could we could tomorrow now are there tape sir and then this the miss through this is this intentional is he doing this on purpose are you going to be very disappointed when you hear the answer to worry he could be very disciplined are their tapes you're going to be very disappointed when you hear the is with what is that what he was responding to our their tapes you'll be disappointed when you the answer well what what would be the guests of this that there arnaud tape so the media would be disappointed if there are no takes what does he usually cheating here i mean this is like riddled the this does trump nobody sang or is he is he just i kinda save this folks i'm so he's he just rambling is he is battling year anybody waterway in let's go anybody wanna help we have trump this generally pretty good at this but i have no idea what the hell he's saying is he just toying with the media does he just totally f thing with their heads.

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"arnaud" Discussed on The WordPress Photography Podcast

The WordPress Photography Podcast

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"arnaud" Discussed on The WordPress Photography Podcast

"I i don't know what this is meaning arnaud with this what value this has to me they're gonna kinda you know click away and and go and then that's when you end up saying well website is a work or s yoder's at work or this isn't work because you're not connecting in the right way to people so just be mindful of writing as if you're trying to convince them to take the next step which is really what our website supposed to do shrubs said this was to have them lean n and it's detract those that that don't connect with you but then have them take the next step and drew up set's not doing that for you then you're websites not doing what it should be doing yup that's for sure yeah so let's go into consistency just suck more about about that list so go along with this whole thing we could talk about dislike the idea of you know the colors and logo being consistent upper i think that's some of the more obvious parts of consistency so what what do you find that is as important or more important inconsistency when you're or when talking about brandy so i think if i can relate this back to how i too how i teach marketing so when i teach marketing i kinda go through this process because when i say it's very similar brennan a marketing it will when i say the know think of marketing and and i'll just give even photographers listening a minute her three on ten seconds think think about mart when it's a marketing what comes to your mind rate.

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"arnaud" Discussed on Posts – Imagely

Posts – Imagely

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"arnaud" Discussed on Posts – Imagely

"I i don't know what this is meaning arnaud with this what value this has to me they're gonna kinda you know click away and and go and then that's when you end up saying well website is a work or s yoder's at work or this isn't work because you're not connecting in the right way to people so just be mindful of writing as if you're trying to convince them to take the next step which is really what our website supposed to do shrubs said this was to have them lean n and it's detract those that that don't connect with you but then have them take the next step and drew up set's not doing that for you then you're websites not doing what it should be doing yup that's for sure yeah so let's go into consistency just suck more about about that list so go along with this whole thing we could talk about dislike the idea of you know the colors and logo being consistent upper i think that's some of the more obvious parts of consistency so what what do you find that is as important or more important inconsistency when you're or when talking about brandy so i think if i can relate this back to how i too how i teach marketing so when i teach marketing i kinda go through this process because when i say it's very similar brennan a marketing it will when i say the know think of marketing and and i'll just give even photographers listening a minute her three on ten seconds think think about mart when it's a marketing what comes to your mind rate.

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