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Why White evangelical support for Trump goes beyond his policies

Chris Krok

06:32 min | 11 months ago

Why White evangelical support for Trump goes beyond his policies

"Faster in front in front of the presidents who is also its virtue. Advisor to presidents and big supporter of them is Dr Robert Jeffress. He may very well be tomorrow night in the White House with the president in their war room, watching election night coverage or wherever they're going to be. A Z was four years ago. Let's continue to our discussion with on our pre election night coverage with Dr Robert Jeffress. Dr Jeffers, Thank you for continuing to step. Stay with me for a little bit longer tonight. Appreciate that. Great to be with you. Tell me this. I gotta lots. Lots of things I want Teo continue to ask you about one of things. I want to ask you. Why should Christians vote? You know, Chris of theologian, Pastor Jon Piper wrote of s a couple of weeks ago. That's gotten a lot of notoriety and basically, he said. Yeah, Biden's guilty of being pro abortion. But Trump is arrogant and being pro abortion and arrogant are both deadly sins. So he's not voting for either one of them and went on to suggest that, you know, staying home and not voting is an option for Christians because nothing in the Bible that mandates that we vote. Well, I mean the arguments absurd. I mean, yes, Arrogance is bad. It's a sand but 40 million People haven't died because of Erica sounds like they have from abortion, the most marginalized group in ours. Society, the unborn, But beyond that, the fact is, we are, I think, mandated to vote and be sure it's true. You don't find voting in the Bible In biblical times, you didn't vote for emperors or rulers. They and their policies were imposed on you. But, you know, John J. The first chief justice of our Supreme Court, said. God has given us the privilege of choosing our leaders. And when you think about it, Chris, that's an amazing thing. We get to choose our leaders. Our leaders choose the policies we live under and buy. Policies. They choose whether we're headed in the direction of righteousness or un righteousness, and if we're really Christian, gentle, Jesus said. Love your neighbour as yourself. We ought to be concerned about the policies not only that we live under, but the policies that others have to live under. We also seek policies and labors that will do the most good or at least the least amount of harm. And that's why people auto, though we have the power to determine the direction of our country bar vote. Dr Jeffers. What has the president done from your perspective? And what will he do if given another four years from a perspective as a in evangelical leader? I'll slash citizen of the country. Well, first of all, you know, evangelicals are Americans, So I mean, we all have some common interest. We're interested in the economy east. I mean, evangelicals like to eat, just like anybody else. We liketo have money that we can give. And so we care about the economy. We care about the national defense, and I think this president has a tremendous record with the economy is well is securing the protection of our nation. But of course, the things evangelicals are best known for carrying about Didn't pardon me or the sanctity of life. Nobody's been more pro life than this president. Yes, we care about the religious liberty. I mean, he cares about religious liberty, not just Americans, but for the entire world. He was the first president. You don't barred me tohave a symposium at the United Nations on religious persecution I attended. It was just unbelievable. And then what he's done with the judiciary. 200 conservative federal judges confirmed with Lifetime appointments. Three now conservative Supreme Court justices. I mean, Chris President Trump has delivered like no other Republican president. The history when it comes to the specific issues. You know what else I was reading Dr Jefferson. The weekend was remind me of one of my friends. Shane Prude who you know whose always speaks in our church is a friend of mine lover man and he's a friend of yours. He came on once until the White House regularly and I read about this and I go. I know someone who is part of this regularly invites. And this doesn't get publicized evangelical leaders young like Shane, and more seasons will say it nicely, right? Very you and other great leaders in the area like Dr Gramm it Ah, in Plano. Etcetera. But, um, e. And behind the scenes invites them listens to them. Ask them what they need. And what their concerns are. Have you ever seen this before? Obscenity of the last four years? I mean, no other president has done this. I mean, I know I have friends that worked at the White House. They worked under Bush, both bushes. They worked out there under Reagan. They said Never has this White House been is open, not just the evangelicals, but people of all faiths. I think the last thing I saw was like 5000 faithful years have been to the White House in the last four years, and he's just unbelievable. Unbelievable. You're one last thing here. Dr Jeffers for let's go and let's get some rest for possible travel to the White House again tomorrow. Your prediction, which whatever you do, maybe you don't want to do it at all. It's find me but just as a personal thing that your prediction and which states do you think are in the bag for trump or or or wants to be concerned, But just from your personal of Thoughts. You know, I'm going to leave that to the pundit. I'm just going to leave it a political expert you I just think it's hard to say I will tell you you have been in communication recently with the senior campaign officials. They feel good about Texas and so well that we'll see if that is well founded, but that some people thought they ought to come to Texas. But they felt like yeah, it will be good, but Let me just say this, Chris in closing. If you're a Christian, a person of faith you need to pray like this entire election depends upon God. But you need to go out and vote tomorrow. If you haven't as if this entire election depends upon you. There you go. And there's there's ah, the Houthi pastor up in D. C. Who, Ah, price praying circles. He's Ah, Forget his name now, Diego Mark Patterson wrote. I read his book, and he talks about his prey like a depends on God and and work like a depends Son used to do both. And that's exactly what you summed up right there. I could not agree with you more. I know the Battersea degrees DEA and Dr Robert Jeffress. Thank you very much. Look forward to your next instalment on the courageous Siri's thatyou're doing, which is fantastic. Check him out at first Dallas dot org's watch online all over the world. Dr. Jeffers, Thank you for coming on tonight.

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How one catering company found success by hiring ex-convicts as employees

Monocle 24: The Menu

05:10 min | 1 year ago

How one catering company found success by hiring ex-convicts as employees

"Up First Today we hear from Alex Head Chef and entrepreneur behind social country, london-based events and contracts catering company with four sites in the capital. What makes a business rather specialists that she works with UK prisons, mentoring prisoners, and she also employers ex offenders. So what's it like to work with prisoners who are rice out of jail and? That's more business should do the same I caught up with Alex to hear more and I she told me how entrepreneurial story with food began already when she was fifteen and selling sandwiches in Riyadh where her family moved for Work Gosh. So I was quite not when I was younger and I was expelled from school just being really noisy. So I got home for the kind of Easter holidays my own said, well, you better make some pocket money. So I thought my goodness, how am I going to make some money and I printed out some clip posters Dayton if you're old enough to remember clip up I. Definitely am and I went up to my dad's and put them on the wall and I sat by the phone I waited for it to ring. So I sat by the phone and in came the sandwich orders and I delivered some really crap sandwiches totally overpriced to people stuck ultimately in the middle of the desert we didn't have delivery back in the day. So my sandwiches really with the option for my dad's to enjoy. So I started selling them and managed to make a tiny bit of money and not just kind of I suppose fueled my entrepreneurial spirit exactly in two thousand eleven you launched the social. Penser Pros, how you got the idea to launch that business sense what was the gap in the market you saw yet? So I would love to say that it was really planned and I put lays of time and effort into business plan. I definitely didn't. So I'd hit London when I was Kinda early twenties opening restaurants and as running them for other people and we opened a little pizza place behind circus and after six months it closed so actually didn't work which was one of the best. Business lessons I've ever can have learned really it taught me so much and luckily it wasn't kind of any of my investment or any of my money. So I was twenty five and I was back to waitressing again at time I already had a couple of catering clients that is doing the ordinance for their freezer or very simple kind of cooking for and so I decided that I would give that a go and I would kind of go food time with my hobby at that time. We'll mike an of pocket money stream which was social pantry. So I. was in my flat in Battersea I think probably had a couple of hundred quid which I spent on a website and I made some really shoddy looking business cards and I handed them out and I disconnect waited for the orders to roll in and the business grew from there from the little flat word of mouth meant each event another event of the back of it and said sorted. so organically in a tiny little. Flat in Battersea or do you think that was? Why do you think you were so successful from the beginning? Did you do something Rice or were you look? Oh, my goodness. I have done lots of things well, and my goodness if I got it wrong over the years later it is definitely. So challenging running a business and I am the first to say that God I like to think I've made every mistake that someone can make but I think if you're reactive to the mistakes you. Make a mistake if you learn from it, then you're going to survive as a business. I'm back in the day I just made sure really that I serve great food. So really tasty food and I served smile and at the beginning I was cooking I was serving I was driving it. I was doing everything and I made sure really the product was great and still now eight years online is on, I can't remember I didn't make sure that the people that the events of fantastic and. Food the product is really fantastic as well. What is your food philosophy? What's okay? So fresh seasonal and delicious is tagline and we have always from the word go caps it just really kind of simple good food is locally sourced. It's delicious back in the day it was myself cooking. So it was quite simple. It was just really you know tasty seasonal food. Now we have a fantastic team chefs who really are incredible. So the you know we now a competing with those really big caterers. So the level of finances you know we're right up there as one of London's goatee caters. So the food now is really incredible. But if you to visit one of my cafes, it's lovely to salads big, day yesterday my dad and we had big Chia sandwiches Guja, salads loads of Fateh which a bloody love and we had some nice fresh juices coffee. So it simple but it seasonal and local suppliers. I think is really interesting earlier. You mentioned that you've made many many mistakes and you've. Learned from them, can you give me examples what have been the most educational mistakes you have made yes? Oh Gosh I think I mean it's so talented I think one of the things I really struggled with there's a managing a team it can be really challenging I. Think you know nothing can really prepare you for that I. Think if you were to go off and do other university degrees under the sun you've got to practice practice makes perfect managing and you know I suppose going leading it's. But ultimately, where we've grown a bit too quickly, that's something that I would look back on. Okay. We've won intendo or we have said Yes to something can actually you know we can pull it off we've done well but internally we need more structure more people power internally but each time you just you know you learn and adapt but being reactive as what's seven important really

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"battersea" Discussed on Mala Wielka Firma

Mala Wielka Firma

07:06 min | 1 year ago

"battersea" Discussed on Mala Wielka Firma

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"battersea" Discussed on Motorsport Radio

Motorsport Radio

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"battersea" Discussed on Motorsport Radio

"Millions of people that I've been wanting chief even that for some time. Marketing spol- to spend plates in everything it to go. The question is could they make that sick it safe an how because street circuits, you know, could they rarely get that many gravelled Trump's in Boley could get him at the key, Colin. Well, the track you could oppose advance. The second round is. I think I've been trying to get away from advance auto happen with Saddam. I think that trying to away from the F N's is. Happened to pro the problem with Louis loans crash was that wasn't enough run of specs between the right strike ambiance to slow the by dam enough England the biking Rodwin on the side. So automated. Ultimately, crushing Spade as a. Of the socket. Sorry. Yeah. Go on limb that has a map of the circuit. I on article that we've read and looks particular fashionable of eighty or so the well have to extend body or Baquero about like. Avoid a list so situation boscell well, just gone. I was gonna say I feel like, you know, one onto Vietnam. And then they done a preview and showed you the area and the roads in Vietnam of very very why you know, when we say streets. Okay. I think everyone to Mattingly has this full of God, Monaco, or Singapore. It might not be because he, you know, the new Vietnam at one Circe aids to be very very wide. It's going to have of runoff areas because they know everything's built on top of each other like I see straight circuit. So it depends that that will be the real difference because they could be it could base of a Battersea park. So of set him where there's grass, and you know, gross there anyway. The house and as technically technically straights? Okay. Because it's a public ride news on on about what what you were speculating on the president director of the ID TC confirmed today, presumably, that's the circuits quotes the street circuit will be built.

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"battersea" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"battersea" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Glad to have you along for the ride the carrier. You're saying that the the Daily Mail has has now reported something else from Chicago over the break. Chicago police investigating the alleged to tackle empire's star. Jussie smollet are now saying they have identified two persons of interest on surveillance footage midnight. He says he was beaten officers are saying they have located a security camera that shows potential persons of interest wanted for questioning in reference to the assault and battery a small authorities said they community alert with photos is being constructed, and we will be disseminated shortly. All right. So that's interesting. Certainly, of course, the next line on the Daily Mail story out of by the way, you k- says so far they have found no footage from outside jussie smollet building showing him being attacked on Tuesday. And again, I would like to see that video. And the reason why is because I'm guessing it's a high security place where you go in Libya, whether it be apartments. Townhouses whatever it is. And they they clearly have seen that security video as they say they see no signs of the attack. He walks into his his home is apartment. Whatever it is. There has to be video of him coming in does he have news around his neck is he beaten in Battersea being carried in. I mean, those questions matter to me, and again if couple of people of interest, let's see what they have to sail. It's find these people, and let's let's get their statement. But wouldn't that be the one thing carry that would show the signs of this happening him going home because that's where he was when police went there. I would imagine. So yeah, I don't know where they have located the security camera. If it was maybe outside of building. I don't know we we don't know that yet. Very interesting. We'll stay on it. That's for sure I only have a little bit less than a minute. Lynn, what's on your mind. Hi, joe. My question is this if this guy supposedly picked attack number one, I'm like, why did you turn the body cams off at number two? What you see your claims that you would go to a hospital and be photographed to see the jury's Kerry. He turned away a ride to the hospital the ambulance. Right. He ended up taking himself later. I think that's the story that I heard. Yes, I think it was later that he took himself. And again, I mean, it's a it's a very good question. You want to make sure that you document Lynn. Thank you. You document. Exactly what happened you go to the hospital. Right. Then you at least let the EMT's the indolence folks who work on your right there. But he didn't he decided to take himself later. I listen, I'm skeptical animal allowed to be it's eight eight eight nine four one pags joepags dot com. We come back going to be Representative will hurt. He's district. Twenty-three Republicans the great state of Texas. We had a great dust up last week. I thought that we. Accomplished a lot just by having the conversation. We continue to talk about what he didn't get you.

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"battersea" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"battersea" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"High quality dog food is booming which takes us back to butternut box. The creation of young ex Goldman Sachs traders David Nolan and Kevin Glenn. Get underway. It's an old idea. Yeah. It was very much personal experience. So my family rescued from Battersea often twenty four hours, we knew she really wasn't hypothetically. Well, most. The most notable that was. Okay. Officers could food. I mean almost immediately issue here. She was like a different. Giggling. Delivery fee. If anyone else was offering certify this. And to that point something. Here we go really excited about it. So we started the more than we started looking into the pet food industry more. We felt that we want to help change it. So take your typical customer experience where you're walking in the pet food oil and you pick up your pet food beside bin liners and bleach. We thought that whole experience could be done ten times better, and it should be. There's also huge amount of misinformation around how much you should be feeding your dog. So over fifty percent of the dogs in the UK or either overweight or obese, and then also like the lack of transparency of what actually goes into your dog's food or the phone fact, we always uses for sending into kind of chicken factory called a chicken that didn't release it right us. They were the real driving factors. I'm standing by the other. But I have such a bad cold when I called actually smell it Lucy. The producers as it smells delicious. I I've been my life. I've ever eaten. Okay. Of course. I put salt and pepper, but dogs. My lap. Kevin and David take me from the kitchens to their vast and colorful open plan office where in-house vet KIRO Clark introduces a few of their four-legged helpers. This.

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"battersea" Discussed on Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"battersea" Discussed on Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

"I can tell you right now. I live in Chicago at you know, it's it's freezing man, and it's supposed to be freezing all week long. I would expect it to be very cold on Sunday night. At Soldier Field. Right off the lake. I mean, that's you know, I don't I don't necessarily live right off the lake but it gets real cold and windy Kirk cousins, not not a good matchup for him, Stefan, digs out of feeling. You know, Adam Phelan. The the bears have done a very good job against Adam feeling. I was surprised when I when I looked this up, but it's it's only a four game sample. But I mean, they have won four all four of the battles. No touchdowns. No, sixty yard games. Something to note. You know, the we're playing at him feeling and fantasy but. You know, his his matchup is kind of difficult at least based on Stoorikhel. Battersea pitcher team versus specific into individual player. The bears have not done a good job against Stefan digs though. And I thought that that was interesting to note as well. He has had monster games against the bears. Colorado. First of all the bears have not been up single fifty our game to a tight end yet this season. Carl Rudolf has been a disappointment. Not scoring touchdowns has five targets inside the ten yard line tied for the most on the team with Adam Zealand, but it's only converted one into touchdown. Touchdown. Her bus guy. Dalvin cook looked very good. Before the by week. And he looked like a guy that maybe the Vikings. Mike's try to go back to featuring. I think latavius Murray's definitely going to be involved. But dalvin cook. Is the better option the seven yard run that he had was the fastest run play clocked by next gen stats all season that I thought that was a promising sign for dolphin Cup. Then he's got the by now is coming off. He should be good to go as an Rb to. And I do think that he's a Bilo in fantasy the rest of the way we can move onto the Monday night. Monday night was supposed to be in Mexico City. Now, it's LA chiefs. Rams. I mean is there anybody not to start? Is there anything to say about this game? That's the question. That's the question. No. I mean, we could talk about like the smaller guys. I mean, you know, the deal with Pat, Mahomes, Jared golf and girly in Kareem hunt cream hunting is an awesome play. We saw. Rams get lit up last week by the Seahawks Houdini and other starting running back. The they they they got lit up on the ground. I need. I mean, they had like almost three hundred rushing yards against Seattle or against the Rams at like eight yards per attempt. You know, tyreek on the road. You know? That's that's always that's worked for us for years at this point. Kelsey against the Rams Rams have not been particularly good against tight ends Brandin cooks against the Seahawk or the chiefs outside Cornerbacks. That's major major mismatch there. So Cooper Cup is out. And. What the Rams have done. Previously is use rubber woods at slot receiver and put Josh Reynolds in on the outside. The chiefs have played their best defense against slot receivers, you know. And there have been a number of weeks where you know, I knew that. And I still tested it and it didn't go. Well, you know, most recently Larry FitzGerald against the chiefs. Now he had ten targets and at six catches for fifty yards. And it's definitely not a terrible game. But I definitely expected more from him. And she's not given a big games slot receiver since like week two. So that is notable for Robert woods. Josh Reynolds is real real interesting here. So everyone wanted to play him in daily fantasy when so could become as two games with MC L injury.

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"battersea" Discussed on The SodShow

The SodShow

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"battersea" Discussed on The SodShow

"You is what loop trans wanted to brains behind green fingers, dirty Ciardi realize maybe a nice way to put gardens in children's hospices. Interview does get a little bit gulp in your troth. Book in true, Peter style, not intentional. Descend fuse also recorded in a car park in London. And so it comes with a bit of wind down to channel a little bit. It doesn't ask for long people. Dropping gates cars reversing horns beeping on planes going overhead Allston or surrounded by none of their Don Battersea park sodas now of those sounds as well when we were doing intro trophies. The ambiance sounds took over on. There was a really dodgy forklift driver. Who I think he had a soft spot for D noise that that machine makes win it is left in reverse. On it became a bit overwhelming. So I stopped it. Deleted dot bitch. And then forgot where I started which is the point at which you join the interview a hasta put an out of tanks in here to name you've heard crop up a little bit more often than I intended in two thousand eighteen when not to gentlemen, and that is Andrew Fisher tunnel. Not so much on drew. Well, yeah. Because he was jeans Decatur. Under one who made me join hands Lou. But more to the point on the college gardens line who again a bit like has happened this year maids recording this person something that I genuinely hand on heart really wanted to do. I didn't want to do this over the phone and you'll understand why when you get into that. But they're celebrating their ten year, unofficially. And so do you who listen to who I speak with on college Carden sign. Cheers. Really so very much appreciated. Thank you. Ladies and gentlemen. Welcome into the sod so podcast..

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"battersea" Discussed on The SodShow

The SodShow

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"battersea" Discussed on The SodShow

"You is what loop trans wanted to brains behind green fingers, dirty Ciardi realize maybe a nice way to put gardens in children's hospices. Interview does get a little bit gulp in your troth. Book in true, Peter style, not intentional. Descend fuse also recorded in a car park in London. And so it comes with a bit of wind down to channel a little bit. It doesn't ask for long people. Dropping gates cars reversing horns beeping on planes going overhead Allston or surrounded by none of their Don Battersea park sodas now of those sounds as well when we were doing intro trophies. The ambiance sounds took over on. There was a really dodgy forklift driver. Who I think he had a soft spot for D noise that that machine makes win it is left in reverse. On it became a bit overwhelming. So I stopped it. Deleted dot bitch. And then forgot where I started which is the point at which you join the interview a hasta put an out of tanks in here to name you've heard crop up a little bit more often than I intended in two thousand eighteen when not to gentlemen, and that is Andrew Fisher tunnel. Not so much on drew. Well, yeah. Because he was jeans Decatur. Under one who made me join hands Lou. But more to the point on the college gardens line who again a bit like has happened this year maids recording this person something that I genuinely hand on heart really wanted to do. I didn't want to do this over the phone and you'll understand why when you get into that. But they're celebrating their ten year, unofficially. And so do you who listen to who I speak with on college Carden sign. Cheers. Really so very much appreciated. Thank you. Ladies and gentlemen. Welcome into the sod so podcast..

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"battersea" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast

Mostly Lit Podcast

04:47 min | 3 years ago

"battersea" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast

"I was imagine this this southern. Annoying voice. Boondocks or something this the south of America than year. But if it's a Caribbean. British person dismissing the to wait where are we again? I'll acumen, yes. To reading because I in my head. I was in south south. Yes. Yes. Exactly. Exactly. Yes. I kept forgetting I can't forget in that that teach English. Really? Yeah. Talk about. Yeah. I when I talk to them like why took him. Karoubi an interesting. That's an interesting thing because I'm the type of stories that way all narrative of the enslaved is die of South America. The American story still the American story. But what did you think of Tich? Week. Oh, now, I I don't know. I felt I felt him. Really, you know in Atticus field. Liberal people. Yes. I really is. I did the whole abolitionist Hollick. I'm trying to like you guys go to this in the book. But he's talking about. I I see I saw you as a member my family. I saw you as well. And not as our cringing all the. You know, you know, reading about teach comes pitches them, save his brother mentioned. But yeah, is basically when Oskar while says the worst slave owners would want who kindest slaves. Those are the worst slave owner. Yeah. Because they stopped people from actually seeing what's the person's situation was like joins. Then that's what kept coming in. My head went on about Tich, I like sex not because of his character likes the way SE wrote him in that though apart in. Where he would he would see injustice and over signal it. So there was a time when he they will Woking, and they will on the periphery of the faith plantation, and they heard people getting beaten, and he turned around, and he'd say, my it. And I'm just like if I can prick. I'm just like always supposed to feel sorry for you. 'cause I I liked by most that. He were able to see I think somebody that. In the face of it possibly was a real racist. However, had this human compassion where he didn't want. You know, when you have a pet that's still your pet. You Glick how while out, but you might Pat them and feed them once in a while, you know, I mean, and I think that was what? Tich dis what Tich Soren on Washington. Like that was his Pat and heat of emotion that he felt for him was the same emotion that you'd probably feel doger's the charity like I did kind of have this whole thing in my mind about the enslaved and animals. I was obviously. Tall trees. All you cannot be my servant. I'm gonna give you all your livery in your different clothes now. You come back to the hot. And these things out just find it really strange. Like when you go to Battersea dog home, Anita see the dogma, I need up now since nice place authored been be in Ohio. That was a part that really kind of summed up the way, I guess, you know, the late was seen at that time is when I believe what's his name the main sleeve on the horizon is wild was talking to to Tich. And then he was just like are you worried about me using language in front of, you know, these slaves, and then he was basically like they're the furniture. Yeah. I mean, and that made me remember that book that we read by Ishmael Reed. Fly to Canada where he was basically like, I am a thing. I am an object this table and me was the difference. Do you know what I mean? I was like that was mentioned it was the end of the book as well. When he finally he does meet with Tich again a. A bit later on in life. But then there's a kind of a fro- away phase phrase about things and slaves kind of any kind of panicked like. Sides because when you know when. Teach wanted to get his balloon collector, thinking, whatever stupid Calcutta whacking, and he needed men to walk it. And then he went to see eras and for somebody who thinks that apparently people they were like bargaining over bodies. And I was at points. I nine now decide like ten or something or twelve now you don't stop DA those back and forth own at portering literally like actual lives. And it was just even at that point..

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"battersea" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"battersea" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"And it's believed that they probably got three to five hundred million for the rent of that building. That is that they were able to to sell it in your cell on the rent for it for that amount. So the net cost of the new building might only have been two to three hundred million. But when you know, when you think about those figures, you think about the number of people that work in or connected to the embassies, you've got one very big embassy moving out of Grosvenor square to another very big, even bigger building in Battersea Wandsworth just opposite the mix headquarters the other side of the river. So it is. It's, it's, it's a big move and it's taken. We know just from the gossip around the bazaars. It's taken a lot of effort because at the Pierre to where President Trump came to the United Kingdom in a way, the last thing the embassy needed was visit by the president because they were so busy just getting settled in well on that front. And obviously a presidential visit would have tested all such procedures and facilities. But how? How difficult is it to secure a something like the embassy of the United States in a city like London? Well, that's really why the new embassy has been built. I mean, rim, remember this goes back to two thousand and eight with George W Bush. And the reason. They're moving out of Grosvenor square. We'll have moved out of Grosvenor scrapes because they didn't think it was secure enough and Grosvenor square in you will will remember was beginning to look like a fortress because it had big concrete blocks in front of it and and why around the roof. And so on the the, the fear of terrorism, they, they used to only fair political demonstrations during the Vietnam war. But now, of course, the fear is some pretty sophisticated terrorism. So the new building was designed from two thousand and eight, and it's designed to be effectively secure so it it is architecturally quite distinctive. It doesn't look like a fortress in the way of the Grosvenor square one day, but he actually is a fortress because it's got all the most modern counterterrorism devices built into it, entrances all counterterrorism designed and in effect, it's got a motorized it again. You wouldn't notice me unless you get quite close. I'd it looks like a a landscape feature, but actually it's rather like an old Norman castle surrounded by moat. You mentioned the architecture. Of an how, where where is the line? I guess between making sure the building is secure and and still having something there that creates a positive impression of a country. Because I guess at the at the opposite end of the scale, are member wants visiting MRs back in about two thousand and one the US embassy in Beirut. And obviously they've had a bit of a history with embassies in Beirut and they they had completely abandoned by that point, any pretends that aesthetic appealed it. We was a literal fortress. These security procedures involved getting which which you had to go through to get into it also at one point in volt having my Bairo disassembled. But in in a city light London, you can't really do that. How important is it that the embassy basically still looks nice, very important because embassies are a symbol. There are prestige symbol of the country and in in a country that you know, you know, western countries in the city is important as London because London is a is Europe's most globalized city, whatever we say about the United Kingdom's. Broader economy London's very important place. And if the Americans had an embassy that look dowdy that looked as if they really didn't care very much that was sent out a very bad message. I'm what happens in the embassies is really important because remember how damage Hillary Clinton was by all the accusations that it was her fault. That American diplomats were killed in the Benghazi embassy and consulates in in Libya you know, the the embassies not secure if diplomats get killed. Then the country itself takes a big prestige hits on the world stage and within its own congress. Oh parliament, whatever. Michael Clark. Thanks for joining us. If you are interested in the Detroiters of the US embassy in London by the way or indeed other US embassies which are on the move or just cleaning out their attics..

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"battersea" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"battersea" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Or we whom do you really engage in in burma if that's really the case okay let's move on to the south china morning post this is an astonishing story malaysia to investigate at two point one billion us bassey power station property deal which is home to apple's new uk headquarters it's enormous this was the one thing that was part of the the boris johnson legacy that hin attracted an enormous amount of foreign buys into the city of london not just the city but a right across the capital the sale of power station was an enormous achievement in in embarrassed johnson's is now we have investigation yeah as you know the government has changed after about the sixty years in malaysia and so of course if the government has been ordered to same kind of question of parties has been in power for that long there's all sorts of business alliances welded half emerged over these six thank hates now the new government is investigating some of these deals done by the old government one of which is that aquisition of the battersea power station for one two point one billion us dollars and so the incoming a prime minister of our abraham who was actually in london this week basically said that his government would investigate whether any kind of wrongdoing has occurred in acquisition process of that battersea power station and so that of course concerned he raised that money is actually owned by a malaysian tax payers has been misappropriated misuse to invest in a real estate here in london for the narrow gain so political elites back home in malaysia and this us go states there's no legations of wrongdoing by anybody on the bush side of things everything was done completely legally but there are coals for the united kingdom to now get involved in investigations.

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"battersea" Discussed on PTI

PTI

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"battersea" Discussed on PTI

"They can win at indiana without guys from indiana there's a lot point you know where they can win without gossip indiana villanova okay north carolina or do they've had some something enough josh haters performance okay so he got eight strikeouts last night he was called on in relief to get eight outs he got eight strikeouts for eight outs is that something if you get every single person to strike out is that something i believe that is really something if you look at his numbers this year here's now struck out sixty three percent of the battersea is faced i know there are a lot of strikeouts out there this is eight hundred eight zero is one that it's one so this is really something it's something when you get a guy who has any kind of flamboyant look or different look on the mound and he is striking people out like that and you hate them because that would milwaukee he's a milwaukee somehow we got outta town i don't think we had to face this guy recent series and we gotta play milwaukee probably like twelve more times we'll see a lot of his hair he's got a little longer we've got remind you of one time san francisco giant who was also slight who through that hard and got lots of strikeouts one site young awards bother championship teams this is something this is something that's it that's your was something let's take one last break still to come steph curry is ready to return tonight what should we spent plus.

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"battersea" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"battersea" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"It's like jasper was revolutionary in his time feel and julianne were revolutionaries and their time they talk about protests and the one version of the script they talked about fighting against the world trade organization so they're more that era of it and actually their child died at a demonstration it wasn't the flu in that version of the script i had read which was good because in the book the runs are over with a car which isn't good just backs up and takes her out with the car anyway so we've got that and then we've got you know ki as as her generation in so we've got older rock and roll we've got the the crimson king crimson we've got the cover of the rolling stones and then we move into more contemporary stuff in we've got we've got x twin on the soundtrack which was great i didn't think that jasper would be if x twin fan but apparently is and then we move into you know even younger music especially i'm trying to think of some of the songs in the soundtrack but it's more contemporary to two thousand six tight music which is great so we have all of those things and i love that i mean to me music i realized the music was going to be a very important way to read this movie when they showed the battersea park station are better to the power station and they have the pig from the cover of animals flying outside i was just like okay i'm really need to pay attention to how the music is being used and that they also start that scene off with in the court of the crimson king it's like okay so you can watch this movie just with the music being accused and as christine this is the second time that we've taught about something that uses that same therapy for the victims of hiroshima music so i don't know what it is.

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"battersea" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"battersea" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Froyo failed the police seized in that in making brief my sin and fall the c got his seem at battersea seemed biggest rally geeky would eva's argue play safe zone for me doors things in life thorson his six feet shannon the gate they had vickers gooding gitic a keetch were these megasafe the been all shahnewaj mob bag busy side sankt frank we still wait a minute water cold eight months marinade him in the water lena took the company she amisom above the use to take the mullahs south song and play with the result would say his serenaded nemesis i was excited selim south is james nichols nicholson had been put it vanished so again we chest beat of had my mom adult another mother foot baniking soldiers wocka muscles brookhaven day with the show promise in his delusion seattle's waking up with ready to see my name the day bid phase giving it is the polls nickel you've illustrates live with fifty one from round ups and downs with make the best from the based on the quest for the keys to the kingdom he he jio laura oh no.

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"battersea" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"battersea" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Froyo failed the police seized in that in making brief my sin and fall the c got his seem at battersea seemed biggest rally geeky would eva's argue play safe zone for me doors things in life thorson his six feet shannon the gate they had vickers gooding gitic a keetch were these megasafe the been all shahnewaj mob bag busy side sankt frank we still wait a minute water cold eight months marinade him in the water lena took the company she amisom above the use to take the mullahs south song and play with the result would say his serenaded nemesis i was excited selim south is james nichols nicholson had been put it vanished so again we chest beat of had my mom adult another mother foot baniking soldiers wocka muscles brookhaven day with the show promise in his delusion seattle's waking up with ready to see my name the day bid phase giving it is the polls nickel you've illustrates live with fifty one from round ups and downs with make the best from the based on the quest for the keys to the kingdom he he jio laura oh no.

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"battersea" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"battersea" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"On flight these now a la welcome queen some about twenty hours wow that's a lot of what he hours flight traveled to at their for terry eighty denial sure you can see the ground the entire women from brent o'brien rather brian medina or dining kennebunkport maine dear dr a half way off i'm writing to let you in the team no i just book flights from boston that involve a few of your favorite he words one flying with children to in hana me class three destination jacksonville flywheel despite these luckily the ultimate destination is see island georgia so i've got that going from me which is nice do you have any feathers a flying shirts i could borrow my local bass outlets seems to be out of the thanks role years of great shows i've been a little since living in dc back in the day went on todd said click wheels remember this was the worst flight world nuns took howard got van gender what's the kid who grew up in the shadow of the battersea power plant going to daytona for spring break instead of barking his way through epco like any selfrespecting grit it'd be easier is in spain reina visa code i think we have had he said yes it bunga cameron in austin texas on my exhorted your soliloquy about roger bannister on monday i turn to the women to my we'll be related by marriage and i said i bet you ten bucks we get a big east rant i was shocked and appalled when you didn't go down the old so i'm rob at home this morning i sparred my fiance digging to my wallet and she pointed egg pointed out well you did lose the bet before taking a 10dollar bill i guess you can take solace in the fact that you're not completely predictable thank you i wouldn't want to go wasi predictable a clinton if everyone is always do wear white.

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"battersea" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"battersea" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"Well after they found that torso later that day a different policemen found the rest of the woman's torso floating off bruins wik war then came the legs at old battersea bridge than the day after that back in the tens they found only face detached from the skull oh my god in you know they had a fight a seagull four most likely you think would happen maybe as teheran the bag the got person got on no no world the buddy larr oh my gosh then he had to go retraces steps or new or should never let slip greig handled or goddamn body snoop me fall bone with this law you mon then they found the right thigh then the right shoulder than the right breast then the forearm than the pelvis until finally police had enough parts to put together an entire body while yeah and put it together they did in an attempt to identify the woman the acting chief surgeon for the metropolitan police dr thomas bond recommended that they try so when the body parts together showcasing the body to the public to see if anyone recognized and that body became giselle bunch she was made another lab who made by science dr thomas bond been like would just be like the creepiest fox day laura at digest show these people people be freaked out of the right yeah it's a great idea it makes more jobs will police officers if people escaping.

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"battersea" Discussed on The Cracked Podcast

The Cracked Podcast

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"battersea" Discussed on The Cracked Podcast

"That it that is very few of us always always raining 'cause like even the one thing i think of that is in its favour is that james bond movies which have a history of setting themselves in only the most amazing locations all the time have started to be in london a lot because it's become a it's always been an interesting city but especially more and more now lakefront from bloctobloc it's totally different there will be something from the sixteen hundreds next to a giant skyscraper in canary wharf and they're turning london and to a setting that they feel is fantastic for james bond but you remind me that almost all the time when they're there it still gray and raining like there's always that raining thing in movies in london it's like that though it out movies in london ban at tower of london at south like i wish i don't wish but like i think it'd be cool if there is like a futuristic movie sat in london where like the tower in london is like actually functioning away east do again because at oh locked up late medieval torture yeah wrote a tower london and itself i just had this strange fascination because there's some fucked up stories yes all ron's i at the top yes have it we had yeah people through their windows when that even reminds me a better children of man when the the whole city but especially when he's in that archive of the arts and he to have all of the the and they have gernika and pink floyd all just hold up in battersea and it's such a distinctive crazy wait a use what was just a perfectly nice power station in the city but i don't want to just be all about one and all the time like new york is also a big john repair house lay that probably camping ord either esa you have gangsters stuff.

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