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"bedfordshire" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast

The Wellness Business Podcast

01:59 min | 7 months ago

"bedfordshire" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast

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Boris Johnson reaffirms U.K. will depart European Union on Oct. 31

All Things Considered

02:39 min | 1 year ago

Boris Johnson reaffirms U.K. will depart European Union on Oct. 31

"Kelly as of today Boris Johnson is the UK's prime minister his first task is all consuming find a way to pull Britain out of the European Union and store by October for some in the UK he is the man for the job not for others as in Paris joined kisses reports from London the British either love Boris Johnson are they hate him Boris Johnson has long joked about his prospects of becoming prime minister I'm about as much chance of being reincarnated as an olive that got a laugh out of David Letterman twelve years ago but those who know Johnson said he always planned to stand right where he was today outside the prime minister's residence on ten Downing Street I have just been to see her majesty the queen has invited me to form a government and I have accepted with his platinum blond hair in his propensity for self effacing gaffes the Latin quoting Johnson is the closest thing to a celebrity politician in Britain but now he vows he will be the man who will deliver brags it and save not destroy his country the Dodgers the dooms does the groom's does they are getting to get it wrong again the people who bets against Britain okay to lose their shirts but this one to restore trust in our democracy Johnson's optimism is won over voters like Scott Walker who lives in the green valleys of Bedfordshire in east England armor they would ask pastor just working class spirit really Walker believes Johnson seems to get regular people even though the prime minister grew up wealthy and privileged attending the best schools in Britain of aid for the bay after point with main check lines ball and he loves the Johnson does not seem to care who he offends these a bit over the phone you know he's a bit of a Canadian is not five this site was on his mind even if it gets him in trouble and the and the political correctness world that's not good in I'm but may eighth he gets things done he gets things done Walker voted for Britain to leave the European Union in twenty sixteen because of immigration he says other Europeans are crowding out the British he wants out now even with no deal not available is better than a bad deal all three policies to close these charms withdrawal but not everyone is a fan of Boris Johnson in fact Amy Russian who joined a protest in central London

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"bedfordshire" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"bedfordshire" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"Nine ninety five. Chandelier porn with Carmen Lynch, and Calvin Kato in this this begins where we're talking about crazy, rich Asians the movie. Okay. Well, we'll call this. Chandelier porn, but it starts talking about crazy Ritchie Asians. And I'm saying I didn't like it. And I didn't even like the preview actually saw the movie and didn't like it. And then Colin starts telling us how he knows all the characters personally fucking star with that don't make me look like an asshole. But I love Michelle Yao Sasha. So fucking person. Just ask. Hey. The yellow doing great. Well, he wants my dog. So. Really? Christmas card. No, I saw a trailer for this stupid movie. The movie, you know, not the actors personally in their fathers and mothers. The move heart. The word porn. I know a porn is. One. No one. I see it. I know it when you only use one word born. Lear porn. She the weird. To make language more difficult than it is people. We don't know how to communicate as it is. I should really listen to this show. It is so funny, right. I'm cracking myself up, you know, ship bird when you see it more. You see it baby the way that makes sense is the way it is actually keep cracking me up for Memphis. Oh, twenty nine ninety four call out culture with Judy gold. This is Keith this uplifting. Children going back when we talk about how do people believe these politicians, and the double talk when you wouldn't believe you can tell when your kids are line to you. Don't let that go. And so that seems smarter. How old are your children twenty two seventy. Okay. So how do they try to play them with you still at this age? I'm dating somebody in the kids are teenagers sixteen at the oldest. Right. And the ten at the youngest and the girlfriend will tell me stories of then trying to trick moments. Dumb shit. Oh my God. They're so bad at it. So bad. I was so good. And also up your shit like like if I have drugs or drug, you know, like, I really they just leave the Bong. Unlike and I'm like, why are you guys there's a fucking you're like, it's horrible. It's they're just so bad at it. A story of fourteen burglars in the UK pretended to be sleeping when Bedfordshire police kicked on the door. The teams were found quote sleeping, next to one another and POWs of stolen jewelry were there. They tried to claim they didn't even know each other as cops would go, Mike. We can't wake up there. They'll wine, it's. Social media has made people really bad liars because more you can have another family. You know what I mean? Could. No, it's just everything's out there. So people cannot fuckin- lying or ten year old son goes online and sees like a homework for school or something. But I guess the kids can also write something. But he thought he was a non ass-, right? And he just types in shit, literally shit chits, and they of course, figure out him, Brian it or not somehow, right, right? He goes. Oh my God. I was hacked. God that's hilarious to like you have to kill him. Right. To everybody. Because I can't imagine. I'm going to be the I'm going to be the father eventually. Well, would God these are good. But I really am. What am I what do I do? Is it not my place because these are my kids are go. Let's call the FBI. It'll get one of my friends pretender the FBI, right? That's good. Yeah. Can I get some money for pizza with my friends? None on now, they rob and steal from stupid people. And you're you're very stupid. Well, Judy brought her friend Eram to just hanging out..

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"bedfordshire" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"bedfordshire" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"And Uber driver has been cleared of terror charge over sort attack out of Buckingham Palace. Radicalize? Uber drivers been found not guilty of territory at their tacking. Police officers on forty second and Lord of the with a forty two inch Lord of the rings dial sore outside of Buckingham Palace. Jurors were unanimous in acquitting mahu son of child. Hurry. Twenty seven of Luton Bedford Bedfordshire of an allegation of preparing acts of terrorism at the retrial at the Old Bailey. Mr. her, Mr. Chowdhuri bid, his lip raises eyebrows. Looted the jurors at the they spent eleven hours thirty six minutes, considering the verdict man, I one I worked out. I know I deal. Yeah. Prosecutors say that they tend to stop the driver. Slashing. And stabbing them. There's a desperate ceryl. I know how to decide it. The jury in the first trial failed to reach a verdict. So this the retrial hours before the incident, Mr. Chao hurry, sent a note to his sister's ain't going to become a martyr and be with Allah. He's still. What was a soda? You're not taking the series been a gun. They would be like he was terrorism. Right. What's happening to tell everyone. I love them, and that they should struggle against the enemies with their lives and their property the Queen and her soldiers solders soldiers will all be at the hellfire. They go to war with Muslims around the world and killed him. Without any mercy. They are the enemies that tells us to fight please make door prayers for me. I like accepts my efforts. How he? Sorry. The jury was told that he using Kristen messing at the is ISIS propaganda friends, finish terrorist group tries means and he's still not guilty. Well, that's interesting. I I I don't know what to say, I guess maybe because they just don't take crimes series other shit. I guys that's it. We're off the rest of this week. Yeah. At least the rest of this week. Maybe the rest of this year. We'll talk to you guys. We'll get back, and of course care. Sure, we'll let you guys know her and Nintendo f- friend code is or whatever it is. They use for their internet. 'cause you know, they should this weird thrive. I I let you know. So yeah. Yeah. I don't know. What is going to be? But yeah, I'm giving it to have about baby. Thank you. So very much. For my Bevo trimmer. Oh, yeah. Oh, you more than welcome. Because I know you was talking about that other one. And how you know you need to much like that. So you'll be listening you go on. All right. You tell the next time. I love you. Love you to Christmas. Everybody air Christmas. What what about the kiss? Okay. All right to time. I love I never to..

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"bedfordshire" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"bedfordshire" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"Let's say let's say half a percent. And I have percent lie. Let's let's say do, you know, how many people lie about thieving about like, do, you know, how many people like why do you think we've court system? Right. You know, how many people kill someone and then try to make it seem like someone else. Yeah. We all lie about crimes, right? But this this is the one we lie about the least because we already know we're not going to be believed. We're not even trying. You know, if you if if I robbed you Keith I would try to blame. Julia. Julia. Did it she's the stranger here. Right. That would be normal. Right. But you know, so don't worry about who's making it up. Don't worry about it. Mind, you go more about don't worry about going back when we talk about how do people believe these politicians in their double talk when you wouldn't believe you can tell when your kids are line to you. Don't let that go. And some of that seems smarter. How old are your children twenty two hundred seventy. Okay. So how do they try to play them with you still at this age? I'm dating somebody in the kids are teenagers sixteen at the oldest. Right. And the attendant the youngest and the girlfriend will tell me stories of then trying to trick moments. Dumb shit. Oh my God. They're so bad at it. So fad I was so good and also up your shit like like if I have drugs or drug, you know, like, I really they just leave the Bong like, and I'm like, why are you guys? I'm not smoking fucking bond. Right. You're like, it's horrible. It's just so bad at it. A story of a fourteen burglars in the UK pretended to be sleeping when Bedfordshire police kicked on their door. The teams were found quote sleeping, next to one another and piles of stolen jewelry were there. They tried to claim they didn't even know each other as cops would go on my. We can't wake up there. You know, why it's it's because social media has made people really bad liars because more you can have another family. You know what I mean could. Yeah. Yes. No. It's just everything's out there. So people cannot fuck in Lyon, her ten year old son goes online and sees like homework for school or something. But I guess the kids can also write something. But he thought he was anonymous, right? And he just types in shit, literally shit Chit Chit Chit, enter they of course, figure out him, Brian it or not somehow. Right. He goes. Oh my God. I was hacked. God that's hilarious to like you have to kill him. Right. Yeah. As a favorite to everybody. Because I can't imagine. I'm gonna be the I'm going to be the father. Eventually what would God these words? But I really am. What am I what do I do? Is it not my place because these are my kids are doing go. That's call the FBI. Right. It'll get one of my friends. So pretender the FBI, right? That's good. Yeah. I like that one. We have in the house. Can I have your badge? Now, I've used Eram with Henry Aaron cotton scare the fucking. That's great. But the thing about Henry is he's not scared of anything. So I'm gonna get myself out. I came up with this kind of idea when I saw a news article about a white guy that destroyed his own truck spray painted black lives matter. Fuck you wide. He cuts his own tires. Right. It says to the police. Hey, a black guy did this. Now, the police figure it out real quick. You contradicted yourself. You've lappy. Yeah. You did it..

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"bedfordshire" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"bedfordshire" Discussed on talkRADIO

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In the latest poll news, Skype, AudioBoom and downloads are up in Canada

podnews

01:49 min | 2 years ago

In the latest poll news, Skype, AudioBoom and downloads are up in Canada

"In the latest poll news, Skype will soon let you record your calls. The feature launches later this month in Skype, eight. If the old version of Skype is working k. for you though. Tough. All the versions will stop working in a few months. Say Microsoft, thanks to megaphone. The Brazilian podcast host you can now listen to pod news in Portuguese. Every week. It's a weekly podcasting news update, and you'll find it in all the usual places, including apple podcasts, and Google podcasts, Kenny ridden the boss of ABC. Audio studios is interviewed in pod mail. She highlights radios relationship with podcasting and related to the above. Fantastic. Audio is in new podcast from the university of Bedfordshire about making radio and exploring how we define what good audio is. If you're on Google play music, you might have noticed they've appeared to have had some issues with importing recent podcast episodes according to some podcasters. It's been stuck for five days. It is though entirely different to Google. Costs. So we don't care and willing to an FAQ all about that audio, boom, have to new hires, former UK radio exact Mike Newman who's from free radio and gem one zero. Six is their London head of content partnerships and former advertising executive mesh Bava is their head of partnerships in India in the United Arab Emirates. Podcast, downloads are up by one hundred percent year on year according to podcast as there and in Canada. Podcasting is growing as well. Twenty percent more Canadians have made podcasting, a weekly habit in the last ten months says audience insights had hot pot. One six, nine is out, focuses on the US book publishing industry, Nick while also really likes Wilson FM a curated podcast app. Well, we linked to all of those stories and much more at pod news dot net.

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"bedfordshire" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"bedfordshire" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"He spoke of his concern the carrying a knife had become routine in some circles and he's calling the government to ban the sale of large pointed kitchen knives so it's true i mean they do have because it's not quite as easy to get a gun in the uk because they basically ban guns we've said this before people will people will do harm with whatever they could do harm with exactly in the past two months there have been seventy seven knife related incidents at bedfordshire bedford shire including three killings and i'm just looking at all the stats and you're right in the uk there's no question that there are not there's a knife problem a knife problem so the most common knife a youth will take out says the judge is eight to ten inches long geez it's eight to ten inches long and it's pointed and they get these from their mothers cutlery trae so now he's saying why do we need eight or ten inch kitchen knives with points he says butchers and fishmongers do but how often if at all does the domestic chef used the point of an eight inch or ten inch knife so then he said i would urge all those with any role in relation to knives manufacturers shops the police local authorities the government to consider preventing the sale of those long pointed knives except in rare defined circumstances and replacing such nice with rounded ends you know i wanna laugh at this but the more i'm listening the more i see this coming to the bay area in any second.

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"bedfordshire" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"bedfordshire" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Here's the guy this is the uk judge he spoke of his concern that carrying a knife had become routine in some circles and he's calling the government to ban the sale of large pointed kitchen knives so it's true i mean they do have because it's not quite as easy to get a gun in the uk because they basically ban guns and we've said this before people will people will do hard with whatever they could do harm with exactly in the past two months there have been seventy seven knife related incidents at bedfordshire bedford shire including three killings and i'm just looking at all the stats and you're right in the uk there's no question that there are not there's a knife problem a knife problem so the most common knife youth will take out says the judge is eight to ten inches long geez it's eight to ten inches long and it's pointed and they get these from their mothers cutlery trae so now he's saying why do we need eight or ten inch kitchen knives with points he says butchers and fishmongers do but how often if at all does it domestic chef used the point of an eight inch or ten inch knife rarely if at all so then he said i would urge all those with any role in relation to knives manufacturers shops the police local authorities the government to consider preventing the sale of those long pointed knives except in rare defined circumstances and replacing such nice with rounded ends you know i wanna laugh at this but the more i'm listening the more i see this coming to the bay area in any second.

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"bedfordshire" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"bedfordshire" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Season we're gonna sit through goals in that this staff against one team to win here against the best team of the premier league is a fantastic result for us the fact that they don't celebrate for me means very little because they're going to win it by monique they did win it in germany they did they came from behind to win four one at augsburg on saturday to wrap up the title for a sixth year in a row success has been described by at least one journalist is boring and bad for german football i don't think i'm unique pharmacy quite like this morning by with five games to spare and it's the record extending twenty eighth league title in germany thank you call them next the remarkable story of a woman abandoned in a vietnamese orphanage and adopted by a family in bedfordshire north of london in the uk tony harrison never knew who her biological parents were until she took a dna test six years ago after years of research he discovered her father was an american soldier serving in vietnam during the war the bbc's kate brad brooke traveled with tony to north carolina usa to capture the moment she met her family for the first time i always knew is different i was afflict child in my in my year at school for mice applauses tony harrison was brought up in bedfordshire but she was born in vietnam in the early nineteen seventy s i was pretty pretty lucky because none of my friends really sort of difference in my color bozos aware there was something different about myself americans tell us they're winning the war well here we are right in the center of saigon just at the presidential palace tony was among tens of thousands of children fathered in vietnam by us troops during the war yet need the government was willing to take responsibility for ensuring these children were protected the us defense department's even issued a statement in one thousand nine hundred seventy which said the care and welfare of these unfortunate children has never been and is not now considered an area of government responsibility it's unknown that was probably about a month out we got you i think because you're just putting on a bit wage still a bit of a belly and mccartan looked after tony the be orphanage for.

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"bedfordshire" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"bedfordshire" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Very clearly it is making sure that that trump goes ahead on the its own jurisdiction so we'll have to wait and see whether or not the monsignor was found guilty or innocent and if he is found guilty whether he would face the kind of sentence he would have faced if he'd been handed over in the united states james reynolds next we move onto the remarkable story of a woman abandoned in vietnamese often 'age and adopted by a family in bedfordshire north of london in the uk tony harrison never knew her biological parents until she took a dna test six years ago after years of research she discovered her father was an american soldier serving in vietnam during the war the bbc's kate brad brooke traveled with tony to north carolina in the united states to capture the moment she met her family for the first time tony harrison was brought up in bedfordshire but she was born in vietnam in the early nineteen seventy s i was pretty pretty lucky 'cause none of my friends really sort of difference in my kyle always aware there was something different about myself americans tell us they're winning the war well here we are right in the center of saigon just in the presidential palace tony was among tens of thousands of children fathered in vietnam by us troops during the war yet need the government was willing to take responsibility for ensuring these children were protected the us defense department even issued a statement in one thousand nine hundred seventy which said the karen welfare of these unfortunate children has never been and is not now considered an area of government responsibility it's unknown how many of these children were adopted internationally that was pretty bum a month or two ago you i think because you're just putting on a bit wage still a bit of a belly and macron looked after tony the lambie often 'age for two years she also arranged for tony's adoption to the uk she was like oh bush baby when we first got.

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"bedfordshire" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"bedfordshire" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Very clearly it is making sure that that trump goes ahead on the its own jurisdiction so we'll have to wait and see whether or not the monsignor was found guilty or innocent and if he is found guilty whether he would face the kind of sentence he would have faced if he'd been handed over in the united states james reynolds next we move onto the remarkable story of a woman abandoned in vietnamese often 'age and adopted by a family in bedfordshire north of london in the uk tony harrison never knew her biological parents until she took a dna test six years ago after years of research she discovered her father was an american soldier serving in vietnam during the war the bbc's kate brad brooke traveled with tony to north carolina in the united states to capture the moment she met her family for the first time tony harrison was brought up in bedfordshire but she was born in vietnam in the early nineteen seventy s i was pretty pretty lucky 'cause none of my friends really sort of difference in my kyle always aware there was something different about myself americans tell us they're winning the war well here we are right in the center of saigon just in the presidential palace tony was among tens of thousands of children fathered in vietnam by us troops during the war yet need the government was willing to take responsibility for ensuring these children were protected the us defense department even issued a statement in one thousand nine hundred seventy which said the karen welfare of these unfortunate children has never been and is not now considered an area of government responsibility it's unknown how many of these children were adopted internationally that was pretty bum a month or two ago you i think because you're just putting on a bit wage still a bit of a belly and macron looked after tony the lambie often 'age for two years she also arranged for tony's adoption to the uk she was like oh bush baby when we first got.

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"bedfordshire" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"bedfordshire" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Speech that he's planning to give on wednesday it sounds like it's a good and substantive speech but there is a passage in the speech that is just going to be taken out of context then it's wrong and you shouldn't do it senator he writes in a draft of the speech that has been made public already you writes mister president it is a testament to the condition of art amok recy that our own president uses words infamously spoken by joseph stalin to describe his enemies at bears noting that so fraught with malice was the phrase enemy of the people that even the kid khrushchev for its use telling the soviet communist party that the phrase had been introduced by stalin for the purpose of annihilating such individuals who disagreed with a supreme leader okay that'll be the headline senator and please don't associate president trump with stone please don't this is this is does not contribute actually bringing americans to talk with each other to try to work out so the government doesn't shut down on friday and the markets don't crash and this economic boom we have going and all of a sudden collapse really wouldn't that be good should it be possible to do something constructive democrats and republicans and take president trumpet his word in fact there's a lesson here from president kennedy that i will get to in just a moment but to tape president trump at his word which he delivered at that first meeting in the white house one that was televised for 55 minutes i give me something i'll sign anything that you agree on people in the senate should be able to agree they may not agree on whether president trump said blank hole or blank house but they should be able to agree on something to make the border more secure to get rid of chain migration to protect the dhaka dreamers and to do some thing to protect 200000 salvadorians and others who have been here since 2000 since before 2000 we'll be right back with your calls on the med bed show your outlet for outrage i i'm shut up and you know it's going to happen i'm driving down the road listening to all this wrecked the car in sioux michael moore said okay dole wrecked the car michael bedfordshire.

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"bedfordshire" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"bedfordshire" Discussed on talkRADIO

"Families the worst thing the worst thing that always happens this time of year particular and people spent a lot of time with their families over christmas is everyone joins in and if the parents start getting involved there is absolutely no how you can't go back if they started throwing abuse and joining in i will try from my own experience of very good friend of mine if you refrain don't get involved surely with a very good friend of mine separated from his wife he's very hard pray for personal and maiming you since divorce pretty separated from his first wife and they were part for a few months and i didn't say anything about exurban divorce myself the first one by then but a couple more for and said we knew malaysia she was that good for you she was o'neill threats ones aid and she said this at the other end she did sound so and predictably about eight weeks lights out they go back together and those fringe within fringe no longer well that's right and also the families convinced depart and anger and tempers to flare but the worst thing is when the mothers and fathers in the onslaught on coups all weighed in with their own perspective on it that it it's about the carpool themselves it's not about your heart the mother the father of whatever hurt it's about can the coupole make a go of it can they get the right help but if the parents again going to fair all the time they can forget it is never get work that a checks it'll messages from carolina bedfordshire falling of what you're saying but i suppose of an esa close friend mine used her lawyer as a therapist her bill wars unless post predictably enormous as was out of a ranting and raving instead of at going there for legal advice and help in finding a different person is a therapist they use their lawyer as a sounding board to the polish trapped in the office been yelda of who second a bill for the hours yet but appointees we we have this principle we are not there to deal with all of the psychological side of things if we feel that kind is very needy and.

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"bedfordshire" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"bedfordshire" Discussed on talkRADIO

"The first radio interview with last night's evict say home from the great britain bykov with me perot said karl malone if you have cheers perpetuate shut them now for k void ubuntu suddenly it was rachel joe's five that was loads of twitter conversations about in last night liam charles though they've wave goodbye to him it was forgotten bikes week liam good morning and commiserations how you finish only big fella morrison tired of pre two when you watch it lost that was you're upset seeing what you'd say when you were last night it wasn't too about i mean the only what was coming to if it won't happen with a couple of months from now from liam you had to make something cold you got to help me out on this a bedfordshire clown clanger explain to people what a bedfordshire clanger is if i eat up in a savory side carrot to work they'll daesh and have a full meal fool mail in the in so if you will lie in one part the way i think we can tie the pre one one t for the over the course that so what does you put an yours so i had more read chick fungoides marker then one night club monopoly who would say 'yes how did you do in that challenge then pretty yeah the only thing was a poem crew were here's sure about the typical his because the hopeless pizza puncturing update pieces i think you do when you when you when you get those picture expressed what are you may wish would say he was a little pizza addressing side i was there but also one person us not let the bedfordshire clanger for four to the floor so they dropped to clean up oh i knew he was doing that to get that joking there is a won't let you down in the end uh offing wave here you know the um the rubber nikki left it in my go tomato uh the whole eight devoid kate hoey who are the totally okay now now watching it last night i do wonder whether it was.

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"bedfordshire" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"bedfordshire" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"We know who did is 64yearold steven paddock as a former accountant who lived in a retirement community in northeastern las vegas he assembled an arsenal of guns and barricaded himself in a thirty second floor bedroom of the mandalay hotel but police say they've not established a motive and have ruled out are linked to international terrorism who joining me to digest what we know so far about how american society is dealing with yet another mass gone murder john silva manet professor of media and criminal justice at bedfordshire university welcome to the program giana m unlike some other mass killings that we've seen in the last few years there is no video manifesto no immediately compelling back story of an angry perpetrator a low the reporting that's been done over the last twenty four hours has been in a kind of a vacuum of detailed the only thing that can be reported upon us at this man is a man who was shot and killed so many other people yes absolutely i mean they're a retired accountant know if you were looking for a con of archetype of normalacy someone you know least likely to commit nusa polling active of carnage it will be hard to find someone i mean obviously the security authorities police the fbi will now be desperately going through any computers of they confined belonging to paddock phones interviewing family members searching for any scrap of information that might give them a clue as to motive and an attack that was so meticulously planned and premeditated i mean to take in apparently 10 suit cases into the mandalay bay hotel loaded with with weapons and to take in equipment that enabled him to achieve the effective automatic gunfire i mean tripods to mount the weapons on scopes and that kind of thing i it you know speaks to an extraordinary amount of planning and no one seems to have any idea why he did it.

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"bedfordshire" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"bedfordshire" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Bedfordshire fell even medical markel split this morning the broadsheets go with a tight smile of the german chancellor the tabloids on the other hand upped the beaming face of prince hires girlfriend meghan marco enjoying her first taste of royal highlife has the daily express puts male says the actress was may he have faster parents with the prince at an official event the invictus games in toronto albeit three rows and eighteen seats apart while she's still didn't have a ring on a finger and adds those one noticeable addition scotland yard police body thirteen minutes to seven and the man headline this morning's angela merkel is going to serve a fourth term as german chancellor that her authority has been weakened after a farright party entered parliament for the first time in more than fifty years mrs merkel now faces weeks of talks to form a new coalition this attitude also john mcdonnell who be speaking of the labour conference here in bright and later today has said that the party will consider proposals to eradicate debt from university tuition fees in its next manifesting he said that because seven out of ten students never repay their debt the system is imploding and he agreed with the and he said he agreed at the institute for fiscal studies think tank that it was cheaper to deal with it now paul johnson is the director of the ifs good morning is he right to say that the system is implenting i think the system is imploding what you have is a system which actually look very much like a grant your tax it's all free up front and then when you were in as a graduate more than twenty one thousand a year you pay back we pay a levy of nine percent on your wage just like you would if the tax rate was nine percent higher now issues that most people because the.

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"bedfordshire" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"bedfordshire" Discussed on PRI's The World

"No miller is a professor of media at the university of bedfordshire in the uk thanks so much for speaking with us who had kept it coming up venezuela's aids program is in tatters and a small country pushes to be called what it wants to be called you're with the world i'm carol hills this is the world once upon a time venezuela's program for treating aids was an international model but today the country is in a deep economic crisis inflation as rampant their chronic shortages of basic supplies and medicine and together those have nearly destroyed the program stuff nearly stephanie no uncovers venezuela for the globe and mail in toronto she says when it began venezuela's eaves program had a headstart on much of the rest of the world the first thing is that it was early renis willing people living with hiv took their governments to supreme court we back in 1909 eat and won the right to hiv treatment to antiretroviral treatment when it was new and so when as well it did it much sooner than a lot of other countries at men under the socialist government of hugo chavez there was also a really big commitment to expanding public health which in the early years of of that government was quite successful i am not included not only making the drugs widely available for free but also making sure that high risk groups such as men who had sex with bannon sex workers had constant reliable access to free condoms and will be rolling out hiv testing nationwide and so that was a program that was a model for developing countries all over the world in the early to thousands.

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"bedfordshire" Discussed on The Mindset Advantage Poker Podcast

The Mindset Advantage Poker Podcast

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"bedfordshire" Discussed on The Mindset Advantage Poker Podcast

"It all just trended back the direction and we want it all back but the the real th the scary part about that is that sounds like so much money like such a disgusting amount of money it's well within the standard deviation of a swing at that stake level rate you need hundreds of millions to be properly road and i was capped the five and a half and had us going into a game knowing that a proper role for it is a maybe fifty million dollars it's difficult if you're not accustomed to that for sure might think it's advantageous if you are just able to accept your plane life and do the best you can with the opportunity presented to you the team of guys that we're investing in me have the utmost faith in me and i appreciate that and you return you i give them my best effort every time out i understand that every decision i make is going to be impactful on the role that we have the business that were were doing with one another eur that's basically the way i treated is it's it's a start up and it's an underfunded one that has as an unbelievable ceiling to it but the risk of ruin is incredibly high at all times do you think your opponent in the game are adequately role to our are they in similar situations to where they have kind of a team behind them i think the business bedfordshire are i think that's their biggest edge and that's why so many pros have coming into that game had failed they just simply can't sustain the variance rate leg no matter how good you are you're not beyond the standard deviation in it's like when that downswing finally hits if you don't have people who believe in you you don't have the means to accumulate the money like you're just out of commission whereas lake the guys who started this game three and a half four years ago they're there until their board they're not going anywhere they have plenty of funds so they don't really have to weigh on the idea of well if i if i call here and i mean correct.

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