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"belfast northern ireland" Discussed on The RobCast
"The middle of nowhere. And we pull over and it's like a barbecue joint. It's a gas station. It's a convenience store, and it's like a gift store that sells Christian military. I think paraphernalia is the word for it. You know, like where the cross and the flag are like on a pillow case that sort of thing. And then there's like this giant open counter with, like every kind of meat. Ever and Pete Neier. I'm with this philosopher from Belfast Northern Ireland and we're like we are far from home. Is that safe to say and I love it because he just pick up all of this humanity the land. And when you drive like we're right now at exit ninety one for Elizabeth town in Paducah, and we just stopped at a truck stop. And you meet these interesting people, and you zurve all sorts of things that are way outside of your normal world. And it, it does something to me. It opens me up. It it is deeply shaped. My understanding of our politics because it's so easy to wonder why those people voted that way, and why don't they get it? And then you go out and you meet all these interesting people, and you enter into their spaces, and it's like you see you see so much more than when you just stay in your own little space, no matter how big or populated or diverse or progressive, it may be still opens you out, so. We're on the way we're almost Saluhah Ville. And so a day is like you wake up. You check out of the hotel. Find some food you get gas, you stop it rest stops. It's all part of it. So there are there's like the show. There's like two hours on stage before the two hours on stage. There's a some people come early, and there's like an hour QNA. There's like the thing we're here for. But then there's all that space in between, and that's what I want, I want to explore that with you, in this episode partly because Mike, my voice is a little bit horse from last night. Partly because it's the third day in a row of driving partly because in this space, I can like feel. Literally physically and see everything. That I'm talking about here because there are the there are the big moments in life. And then there are all the other moments and I want to explore that because I wanna take that apart because I don't actually see it that way anymore. And I know a number of you the number of people who tell me that you listened to rob cast washing dishes. The number of you have told me that it's part of your commute. Others. It's your daily walk or run. There's the majority of life..
"belfast northern ireland" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"The prequel to HBO's mega hit series. Game of thrones is filming now the cameras are rolling back in Belfast Northern Ireland where much of the eighth season show was filmed, the new series is set in the fictional land of west EROs thousands of years before the events in thrones, which were based on a series of novels from author, George r r Martin actress in humanitarian Angelina Jolie now, adding magazine editor to her repertoire time magazine announcing they've hired Joe Lee is a contributor. She said to write monthly editorials on displacement, conflict and human rights her first piece with time published in his titled what we owe refugees Scholley, also serves his special on voyage of the U N High Commissioner for refugees. Lizzy low Hans MTV reality show canceled Lindsay Lohan beach club will not be back for season two, according to page, six low hands Greek nightclub where the show takes place also being shut down. Arrowsmith is heading back to Vegas. The bans deuces are wild residency resumes at the park theater at park, G GM. It includes dine shows through July nineteenth residency celebrates Aerosmith's, fiftieth anniversary. There's also an Aerosmith museum with pieces of the band's history opening at the park MGM and a new poll shows young adults prefer Robert Pattinson over nNcholas hall to play the new Batman. That's entertainment. Jennifer sony. NBC News Radio. I one in last one out, these are not habits of hard working valuable employees or just someone trying to avoid rush rush-hour. You don't have to be on a first name basis with the cleaning crew. Leary's new vacuum. Nice chicken with us for the latest traffic accidents, working, you won't be the boss's favorite anymore. You probably weren't going to get that raise anyway be on time on NewsRadio twelve hundred w. Joining us on the heels of the NBA championships. The league hold his draft tonight in New York City, a preview from Mitch Albom, author, journalist, and co host of a podcast called this sports reporters From Compass media networks, mitch's is considered a good draft. Say it's really good for the first three picks after that, you know, it's kind of a toss up and given how much the number four picks may be in play. I think it could get really interesting. You know what surprised me? And maybe I'm late to the game on some trend here. But I looked at somebody's predicted picks for the first round, and I saw minus the overseas players who may be a little older. One senior the kid from a university of Washington. The rest dominated by freshmen and sophomores. It's gotten to the point. Now where if you stay in college till your senior year, there's something wrong with you. And, and in fact, it's, it's a Mark against you. You know why, why weren't you able to come come out so I found that if you look back star we live in the greatest players to come out of college and make it in the pros work guy who stayed for four years, ran eldest jumps to my mind right away, because he was here, and yet that arrow seems to have passed now it's, it's, you know, Williamson RJ Barrett. And you know. Darius garland Koby white. I freshman Andre hunters a sophomore came relatives sophomore. They're like season, you know, if you could get somebody. This isn't going to change more than the main gym backwards the other way they're going to be taking kids out of high school very quickly. And so we'll get used to it. Senior is, is basically an outcast. What do you see with the Kevin Durant injury? As the impact on this draft. I mean. Kevin Durant, and Klay Thompson, not only got introduced change the entire MBA when they got injured. Suddenly there was a rush in Los Angeles to get that Anthony Davis fields on which is now moved a lot of other players around the board because they saw an opening, you know, the, the LEGO titan Golden State was perfectly healthy. It had won the championship. I don't care who the brawn put on his team with them. They weren't going to beat them. But now the sudden it's like, hey, it's wide open here and yeah, maybe Portland gets better. Maybe maybe Houston finally gets its act together, but on the other hand, they weren't able to make it before and here, Los Angeles is trying to make an all out push. I think for a third guy to sign with Anthony Davis. And all I can say is Los Angeles better, better going, heavy aerobic training thing because they only have five guys team right now. So there's no substitute. He though the good news we got the really great players. The bad news is anybody by them. And as we saw with the NBA final this year, that is a lot more important than you think if you really look at, you know, pure talent you could argue the pure talent at least in the starting lineup Golden State had had way more, but look ended up winning Toronto with guys like van fleet and and Surjit Baca and other people coming off the bench. So I'm not convinced you can just do this with with three three star starters. But LA is Mitch Albom co host of the sports reporters podcast From Compass media, thirty minutes.
"belfast northern ireland" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry
"We just knew something completely different. Why didn't you just open a concept? Some it hair beauty spa had an art gallery that cafe. But think about it knives ludicrous. But you know, so we find a warehouse on Dan. We go we go Stafford. It was an increase on my thirty fifth birthday. She does three end how we is point pull. You know, you've done this. And you've got this huge spice brilliant location, and we excited underneath will you feel in a we doing the right thing here. Yeah. But, but you know, I not I'm not risk averse know, I I I I enjoy it. And I believe in you know, I really believe that Belfast Northern Ireland was ready for the deserved this type of a, you know, as this and on the bikes were being really supportive. There were saying you figures leave won't you done this. This will work. Resort. Mason think with the fishbowl was good. It was literally next door to the BBC and your hotel in Belfast school, my so this everything was everything was set for to be massively successful is the star. You know, we mentioned difficult terms. And I'm finding it hard to understand how this went a little bit past shite for you. Because we've got an amazing business. You'll profiles going through the roof accolades full you fabulous space to Kasane a little bit. What kind of happens here? Okay. In two thousand eight two thousand seven are now or Kim's listening said he'd been he'd been offered to turn the site into. Hotel. And we said, well, we could at least he said of you know. And I'm going to pursue this. Because I think it has not wanna do anyway to cut a long story short. If the rent was by triple. The will wear little did says died at that time of whether or not the business making as much money as we had envisaged, but it was making enough for us to sort of fight for if you know what I mean? And we decided that we expanded business. I I bought. bought the property on Belfast rude, which cost a million pines. And we say we would expand to this area where the a huge fast party Belfast, and we will open another can many Balfaas our little mini concepts on in in a belt us where we knew weakening serves. And it goes like women. Two thousand hundred fit this property at such before maybe. In two of the it. The crash here. We had to Percival clues the in Saal because without the school stayed not just because what we what we were doing. But because we realize that I've been in business and clients it started to fall in only was that was it because jobs, we've become impressions within Bellefonds phones at the term. I made with the recession. I mean, how was that really affecting? Clones back did not come into the Selam phenomenally. It's thirty percent or thirty percent of our business to here. Says thirty so that was that was that was so we decided to kit everything to from the from the size where it's own sound on this remove which was two thousand square feet. So he really cut it all all the expenses the beauty said thanks gallery. Oh, that's we went back to basics. Just a hairdressing Solomon chop and beautifully. Fetter died at her feet for them here. She but the recession it even deeper much deeper than anybody visits property market in iron really failed to. Fell through the roof. So we were forced not just to rethink Hobie have the business set up. But also think that by all the other aid costs that we hadn't five grenade..
"belfast northern ireland" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Meetings dot com. That's Osthoff meetings dot. Com. WTMJ news time seven forty ten to check in now with this WTMJ five day forecast in here goes, well, we have a very active weather pattern shaping up for us over the next few days this morning. We're tracking a developing area of snow out to our west. This will move into southeast Wisconsin later this afternoon for this Sunday. We'll start out overcast and dry with temperatures in the middle twenties around two PM Bill light snow will start spreading across our area. Up to an inch of snow is possible with highs near thirty snow should taper off by ten pm tonight giving way to mostly cloudy skies and lows in the twenties chances for more significant fall snowfall coming our way, more on that the second four today now cloudy, then snow this afternoon accumulation of up to one inch is if thirty degrees today tonight snow ending then mostly cloudy lows of twenty four Monday, mostly cloudy, then snow lay. Here is how it starts to get rather. Interesting Tuesday, windy, conditions, snow likely accumulation of somewhere between three to six inches on Tuesday with a high of thirty three then Wednesday, partly cloudy and Wendy, highs thirty Thursday a wintry mix of freezing rain, sleet and snow with a high of thirty two degrees on Thursday. Checking temperatures around the area this hour in beaver damage. Twenty six in Franklin is twenty seven twenty seven degrees this hour in Greater Milwaukee. Well, did you hear about the greatest gate and Belfast Northern Ireland at the zoo? I guess the. Would you come away from when you visit this story is that guerrillas make great engineers, and they also have a conscience zookeepers say a group of chimpanzees actually was chimpanzees. Use branches. Weakened by storm to make a ladder. And I'm not kidding, folks. This actually happened in escaped from their enclosure with the Belfast zoo video filmed Saturday by visitors to the Northern Ireland zoo showed several primates scaling a wall and perching atop it with one walking down the path outside the enclosure. Now, the zookeepers said trees in the chimps enclosure heaven weakened by recent storms along the animals to break them and fashion them in a ladder to escape. The.
"belfast northern ireland" Discussed on Here & Now
"Minister Theresa may told business leaders in Northern Ireland today that her Brexit deal will keep the Irish border open. This is the big stumbling block to the UK leaving the European Union because Northern Ireland is part of the UK and Ireland is not joining us. Now is the BBC's Chris page. He's in Belfast Northern Ireland. Chris tell us about what Theresa May had to say today while she was trying to provide something I suppose for everybody all sides of the Honey charge debater on Brexit's in Northern Ireland. She says she understands Brexit's creating real anxieties for people here. She said that above all she wants to avoid any hardening of the border says she also wants to avoid the need for any checks between Northern Ireland on the rest of the UK which has been a big concern of the people here he wants to maintain the links with Britain. But wouldn't she need parliament to agree to a deal in order to get those guarantees and so far? She hasn't been able to get parliament to agree to her deal. Well, absolutely. This is the really difficult situation. The British Prime minister finds herself, and she says that she knew she cannot get a deal through the parliament in London changes to what's become known as the Brexit border. Buck stop night, this has been the main sticking point in the whole Brexit process. The idea is well well Britain, and you want to do is in future strike big free trade deal, which means you don't have to check any goods coming across the Irish border. But what if that doesn't happen? Well, there is an idea call the buck stop kind of insurance policy. If you like that will mean that the aren't any need for there's the need for any checks under any circumstances anyway. And that would mean that the who the UK remains aligned with European customs rules at it. Also means Northern Ireland continues to follow some e you rules on the movement of goods. So this is the main reason why the parliament in London has so far rejected the draft. Let's on the table. They say the customs arrangement would mean you count. Take on it. Soon. The Gucci at its own trade deals remain tied into you trade deals and also unionist politicians in Northern Ireland two men Unionist Party here our ally Therese van parliament say that would create ineffective border between Northern Ireland. The rest of the you cannot not acceptable to them. Chris. You're there in Belfast. Is there concern among people there? Just ordinary people that a hard border will come back that the Good Friday agreement is endangered or do most people think they're going to work this out and it won't happen. Well, certainly there are concerns. The closest we get to the twenty ninth of March, which is still in British law, officially the did the UK will leave the EU. But as long as there's new resolution new deal in the table will then we are looking at a situation where the could be a return to controls on the border, even though nobody wants not the thinking is that if you do get checkpoints coming back in the borders. You get some kind of of customs posts you perhaps with then get members of security forces having to protect. Customs officers who were carrying those kind of checks on the they could become targets for the remaining parmilitary groups here small in number but are still intent on destabilising the peace process. So there is genuine concern of like that. But there is also as you say a sense that the border can't really be secured. It's too long. It's it's more than three hundred miles long. They're two hundred nits border crossings for a start says a sense that because the border basically count obese occurred. Well, the British government or semi going to have to find some way of keeping it open. The exactly how they'll do that at the moment still very unclear as the BBC's Chris page in Belfast Northern Ireland. Chris thank you. Thanks for having me on the show. And that Brexit deadline is coming up next month. Lawyers representing students from Covington Catholic high school say they're.
"belfast northern ireland" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"High stakes drug trial underway in Boston federal court today. We're top executives at insys therapeutics will face charges of an illegal kickback scheme involving opioids the billionaire founder of insys among those accused of bribing doctors to prescribe a highly addictive, Fenton hill, spray. This all started with some poor planning in the family garden on Cape Cod. What to do with too many tomatoes ended up deciding but he wanted to make some salsa. Ben Johnson talking about his dad and the young Bryant university. Student is taking that conundrum turning it into a salsa business. Really liked to be able to bring not only the production of the salsa itself. But all business activities back on the Cape Cod. Provide local jobs his company is called my father's salsa. And it's baby steps I really sold at farmers markets now, but Ben hopes to get it into a few dozen stores. This summer you think living in greater Boston is expensive. How 'bout main shattering real estate records for the number of homes it sold and the price tags on them? Last year. Nearly eighteen thousand homes changed hands median price tag of two hundred fifteen thousand dollars that sounds like a bargain, but Maine has become one of the hottest real estate markets in the country. That's New England business. Jeff Brown WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio Raya red panda. The went missing from the Belfast Northern Ireland has been found the docile animal wandered away from the zoo sometime yesterday. Ficials still aren't sure how it got out. Well, they're talking some fare hikes at the MVP a WBZ's Nicole Davis tell you about that coming up.
"belfast northern ireland" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Told tomorrow morning. What's this? Is still with big spikes in the top in Belfast Northern Ireland. He's been twenty years since peace was declared between Protestants and Catholics. There is still these tall walls, some of them fifty high separate their neighborhoods. But if you gates that allow traffic and pedestrians through six thirty at night the guard is closing the Northumberland gate for the evening. Reopened at six thirty in the morning. Producer Connor Garrett talked to him. People three you can see people are rushing before before the gas. I I get actually tame them actually, tame them even. What time they're gonna come through? Yeah. People are so used to having the balls too nervous about the violence might pick out if they were torn down the two decades after the conflict officially ended when there was a modest proposal, not to tear the walls down, but to simply replace the sheet of steel that was the gate of the workman avenue crossing with a gate that is still bars that you can see through to the other side took eighteen months to convince local residents of in McLaughlin is one of the organizers pusher that change it was a very long drawn I protest because you have to take into people's fears the vast majority of which occurred during the conflict occurred where they structured for a belt. And the point I make is that primarily for some of our elderly residents, Lebanese neighborhoods a death of a family member that may have happened. I don't know thirty or forty years ago. What happened thirty days ago? Yeah. So AMI conversation or.
"belfast northern ireland" Discussed on KCRW
"And Belfast Northern Ireland. It's been twenty years since peace was declared between Protestants and Catholics. They're still these tall walls, some of them fifty feet high separate their neighborhoods. But if you gates that allow traffic through six thirty at night guard is closing the Northumberland gave for the name reopen at six thirty in the morning producer Connor Garrett talked to him you're just waving people through you can see people are rushing before before the gas for the day. I get actually them. It actually tame them. What time they're gonna come through? Yeah. People are so used to having the walls and so nervous about the violence might break out. If they were torn down the two decades after the conflict officially ended when there was a modest proposal, not to tear the walls down, but we replace the sheet of steel that was the gate of the workman avenue crossing the gate that is still bars that you can see through to the other side that took eighteen months to convince local residents of in macguffin is one of the organizers push for that change. It was a very long and drawn I protest because you have to take into account people's fears. The vast majority of to ask which occurred during the conflict occurred where they structured belt. And the point I make is that primarily for some of our elderly residents who live Lebanese neighborhoods adapt of a family member that may have happened. I don't know thirty or forty years ago. It's what happened thirty days ago. Yeah. So AMI conversation or any suggestion of of removal of that structure. It actually to this day traumatizes families. Once well as up, it seems hard to tear down and more going up these days around the world. India's building a twenty five hundred mile barbed wire fence on the border with Bangladesh. Kenya's built just a few miles of what it hopes to be hundreds of miles of wall on the smaller border is your had three hundred miles of walls between itself in the West Bank. And then added another two hundred forty five miles on the border with Egypt in twenty thirteen. The main reason walls are growing up around the world right now is to stop unwanted immigrants. That's the reason for the wall that was just finished between Turkey and Syria, which is nearly five hundred miles long about terrorists and Syrian refugees generalist my oath. Void talked me from kill us here at the border gates every Syrian you speak to who has managed to cross the speaks about having been shot at. Either with rubber bullets or with real bullets and since I've been killed. Stopping immigrants. Of course is the reason for the wall, the President Trump wants to build on the Mexican border when he shut down the government look at all of the countries that have walls, and they work one hundred percent. A wall is a wall. That was at his cabinet meeting this week in San Diego last year. He inspected prototypes. Different walls for the border. The rounds piece. It is she up here or you see more clearly bacteria the larger it is the better it is because it's very hard to get over the top like professional mountain climbers, very credible climbers. They can't climb some of these walls some of them. They can those are the words were not using immigrants. The reason.
"belfast northern ireland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Get told tomorrow morning. So what's? What is still with big spikes in the top and Belfast Northern Ireland? He's been twenty years since peace was declared between Protestants and Catholics. There are still these tall walls, some of them fifty feet high separate their neighborhoods. But if you gates that allow traffic and pedestrians through six thirty at night regard is closing the Northumberland gave for the reopened at six thirty in the morning. Producer Conny Garrett talked to him. You're just waving people through you can see people are rushing before before the gas the day. I get I get actually him. I could actually tame them. They're gonna come through. People so used to having the balls so nervous about the violence might break out. If they were torn down the two decades after the conflict officially ended when there was a modest proposal, not to tear the walls down, but to simply replace the sheet of steel that was the gate of the workman avenue crossing with the gate that is still bars that you can see through to the other side that took eighteen months to convince local residents of in McLaughlin is one of the organizers push for that change. It was a very long drawn protests because you have to take into account people's fears. The vast majority of the ask which occurred during the conflict occurred where they structured for belt. And the point I make is that primarily for some of our elderly residents who live Lebanese neighborhoods of a family member that may have happened. I don't know thirty or forty years ago. What happened thirty days ago? Yeah. So AMI conversation or any suggestion of of removal of that structure. It actually to this day.
"belfast northern ireland" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Panthers man, Pat, Baldwin Milwaukee back home back in the states to take on the Drake BULLDOGS. We'll talk about that in a minute. The coach what a incredible opportunity for you. And for these young men over the last week or so just to give us a little synopsis. Just a little short thumbnail about the experience. We'll get the basketball in the second. Yeah. You know, first of all it's great to be back in the friendly confines of panther arena with you, of course. But the experience that we had going to Belfast Northern Ireland is something that you can't take away from our young men and the guys experience if they had it was a tremendous opportunity for them. We got a chance to speak with some some kids, and and work with them on different things and talk to them about kind of you know, what what makes our program run. Our our guys all get along because we all know about kind of the political state that they're in and somewhat even save religious Therion. With a separate separatism. But it was it was a great experience where very well organized a tournament was and as we mentioned before this is going to be a trip that they'll never forget. They might forget a shot they made or missed, but they'll never forget the experience of going over there as a team and in experiencing something different. Meanwhile, a couple of games against now at top twenty buffalo team and a very good Stephen F Austin squad. The as those two games on folded. You guys were right there had lead late first half against SFA four point game with about eight minutes to go against buffalo and just a run by your opponent in both games was kind of a difference. I it definitely was the difference. If you backtrack to buffalo. You know, like you said we were four points down with eight minutes to go, and we had three straight possessions. Where we didn't get anything out of it. And we left him off the offensive side of the floor and in buffalo came around. I think they made three threes in a row or started to push the lead back up after that. And we just couldn't recover obviously, incidentally, tournament team in a five seniors on their squad. So it made it difficult. If you weren't executing for you to win in that game. And certainly the same thing with Stephen F Austin, we we would count thirteen turnovers that led to sixteen points for them offer their turnovers and that was the difference especially in the first half when they shot thirty percent in the first half, but still were up five. So we would have taken care of the basketball. Maybe we'd have been up ten or maybe be a different story, but very good programs that we played instead caliber teams and for us. It was a great lesson for what you need to do in order to try to win games. Like that. Tonight, a five and one Drake BULLDOGS squad comes in here. You get a little help back in the back court. I know you're excited about. Yeah. We're we're excited to have Bryce Barnes back, and that will certainly help. Darius ROY and give him some rest when he needs because he's been logging a lot of minutes. So to have experienced also for some of my Bryce to know what you know, what we're expecting of them will be great for us. And I think it'll be a great addition to what we're now formulating with our with our starting five and our rotation. It'll be great to have him back mentioned Drake with a five one record daily returned one starter. But putting up some big numbers with Norton and with McGlynn, especially leading the charge. Yeah. Those have been really good, especially Norton when you have a a quality point guard that comes in and runs your show. You know, it really makes a difference with a lot of the guys you can see what mclennan's at fifteen a game, you know, Wilkins's at eleven and even knowing someone who's putting up his nine points to ten points per game. Game. And you know, but I think it starts with with Norton McLean in the paint. He's really been doing a great job for them. He's even trying to step out and shoot it not shooting a great percentage. But still looks competent in shooting in his last game against north North Dakota state. He may three so we have to contend with that. So those two are our key. But also they have some other guys that can really that can play to and we have to contend with them as well. One Murphy twins out the other twin will start coach best of scale against Drake. Thank you very much presented. We'll continue with more from panther arena. In a moment on news talk eleven thirty w I s end the iheartradio app. Good. You're practic health center is a.
"belfast northern ireland" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Road. Milwaukee looking for their first win of this campaign, and they'll try to do so tonight against L. You Brooklyn out of the northeast conference L I U Brooklyn at NC double A tournament qualifier a season ago. They took part in the first four in Dayton. Thanks to their win in the NEC tournament. So the Panthers for the third time already this year their first five games play a team that returns post season experience from a year ago, but walkie played valiantly in Cincinnati on Friday night losing via eleven to the Cincinnati Bearcats. Panthers. Had a one point lead with about ten plus minutes to go only to see the Bearcats going to sixteen to four Ron and keep Milwaukee at-bat the rest of the game. Carson Warren Newson coming off his best game as a Milwaukee panther eighteen points, a career-high seven assists, a career high six rebounds, one off his career bath, certainly Carson more Newsom playing the best basketball just as sophomore year. But nevertheless, the best basketball of his young Milwaukee Panthers career this matchup here tonight is actually included in the Basketball Hall of fame Belfast classic. It's a campus site game, Milwaukee the whole school both L I U Brooklyn, Milwaukee will be travelling to Belfast Northern Ireland next week to play a couple of all games as well. So this game technically counts in that classic albeit here on the home hardwood for Milwaukee Panthers. Looking for their first win of the season. They've played hard. They've played well at times. Tonight. They look to put together their best forty minute performance of the young season. This is the coach USA Panthers. Tip off show. Coach USA. Milwaukee is the official transportation provider of your Milwaukee Panthers. The head coach Pat Baldwin joins me next. We'll chat in two minutes right here. Panthers. Basketball on your Tuesday. Newstalk eleven thirty w I s and the iheartradio app..
"belfast northern ireland" Discussed on WJR 760
"Who lead breakfast and happy to do it with the team here. Riyaz coming in off the bench as she does. So well Marie thanks for all the news duties all morning long. We appreciate it's going to be a busy morning. It has indeed. Steve Courtney has his ankles taped decked out in his green and white and lions where as well. Busy weekend. Steve roof. Yeah. Hopefully a prosperous weekend there. We'll see I am guessing it will be mostly prosperous. Ooh. What does he mean? By that. I got a guy going to be you think. Oh, yeah. Okay. That I will feed off that good feeling that you have. And hope it goes. Well. Of course, Jon Bailey, handling the traffic duties for us Ron spirit is here. Bright and early. He's up early all the time. Anyway. Although he did tell me there's a trick to sending emails that make it look like you're up early. I didn't even know you could do that. So when we get an Email from him saying here the live readers for today. I go I can't believe he's up at five thirty in the morning. Doing that. And then he he kind of broke the magic when he said, oh, I just set it up. So that it comes out like that. I didn't know you could do you could do that. And of course, and Thomas who knows everything our executive producer, the founder of women who lead. So this kind of this is a nerve wracking moment. But also kind of a relief, right? Exactly. It's kind of a relief for here. Finally. We have some fabulous for here. And it's women. It's gonna be fun. Fabulous women who are getting these wonderful awards. In fact, starting just minutes from right now, we'll be underway with that. It didn't finish this part of the story with Titanic to doesn't want wanna go on it. No. He doesn't like cruises. She has never been on a cruise. So she'll choose the Tyson an expert in an expert in the area coordinate. Just doesn't want to do it. Because he knows certain. He's not gonna like cruising. I just wanna ten fate. But I would like one of the t shirts that says, I sail the Tannock and survived and I'm here to tell about it. That's assuming that happens. And and said, no, she's she's a cruiser. We love cruising. I love cruising not terribly interested in going on the Titanic to unless of course, they they said, hey, Paul and Steve Maria. What did you come on this cruise free? Will that would be? We might say well for job, right? If we have to. Now coming up on the right side is the arms borough. Court. You will handle those duties, hey, but here's the thing. I didn't say, and I didn't know most of these cruise ships in the old days. Well, like this ship was built in a shipyard in Belfast Northern Ireland. That's where you know, this the Titanic was built. That's right. This Titanic to is being built. Haina? I can't say I like the president. How's the president say shaina house? He saying I can't that's pretty good. Anyway, but it's built in China. And here's the problem. You could off the cruise half an hour later you want to go on another cruise. So that's one way to go on that one. Listen, and I carried it through the new I was to say. All right that over another break. Yeah. Has the company that that that assembled this thing in China have they referred to it as unsinkable yet? No that'll be a great window. Now. We've. And we really mean it this time it is six twelve at Absopure. We know you're.
"belfast northern ireland" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Closes out with the boundary. Got it through the turnstile to get into the subway to begin with. You have to swipe a second time. Yeah. For the for the put this is a big time of year to move palm trees. What what what I absolutely serious on this? I'll tell you a lot of people you see here, New York, obviously palm trees are not native area. But you'll see palm trees in planters down the jersey shore. They put them all around the beaches and what they do is. They dig them back up, and then they go into hot houses for the winter. And then they bring the back, and they replant them Natalie. I've been riding the subway for thirty years. I have never seen a guy carrying a palm tree on the subway before you tell you that the subways normal place when tell you the people the transport palm trees this time the because they dig them back up, and then they put them in hot houses. And then they come back out in the summer. You can rent palm trees. Okay. Good to know this season. Go hawaiian. Valuable. A father of it for. Tropical information who knew you could rent a problems wearing a grass skirt this morning, by the way. Okay. I will tell you. I was I was riding the rails yesterday. I don't always ride the subways, but I was in town yesterday for the day. And this is the first time where some guy usually wherever I AB they fired me some guy. Tell you go back to sports. They they start quoting the bible. They come up to start singing just by coincidence. Not singing directly, but it seems whatever carbon. They find me actually some guy turns me into China. The on the news channel those very nice. I was just sitting there minding my own business news channel news sometime. So I said, well, I'm like years ago. So I was really I was he said you look tired. I said, Well, I I do an early morning. Very nice guy said they'd do an early morning radio show. He had no idea what I was talking about. So some guy just hers you on the subway and says, you look tired. No. He said, you're on a news channel. Right. I said, yeah. Then he said, I looked tired. I it was it was after the show. You know, how I am after the show gave him a couple of craft during the show the nine o'clock hour too. So did you hear about this? This guy this is in Belfast Northern Ireland. So Brian Davey went on Tinder nice guy said he likes food cinema, sport and music, and he says is the easy going guy, and he was recognized as a double rapist. I'm sorry for laughing. Some some poor guy whose daughter was assaulted called them out and said, wait a second. This is this is the double rape is apparently in twenty thirteen he was found guilty of raping a student twice. And then when he was released from prison in twenty sixteen he sexually assaulted a teenage girl what the hell's he doing out. He's got early. So now on Tinder, he's just an easy going guy. He likes food cinema, sport and music. How about that? Well, that's frightening. Because you have no idea who that person you have no idea ever, you know, the famous the the serial killer who was on the dating game back in the seventies. You can see it on YouTube. We'll we'll call it up put. There was a serial killer who was on the dating game in the nineteen seventies. And he had already murdered like four or five. What was the questions? They asked them. Hey, what's your favorites? Whoa. We'll bring it up. Kill is a serial killer on the date and Jim Langevin blow kisses exactly he was open. If you look closely in his eyes. They are dead scary. Okay..
"belfast northern ireland" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Close. I got it through the turnstile to get into the subway to begin with to swipe a second time for the for the put this is a big time of year to move palm trees, what what what it's absolutely serious on this. I'll tell you a lot of people you see here, New York, obviously palm trees are not native area. But you'll see palm trees in planters down the jersey shore. They put them all around the beaches and what they do is. They dig them back up. And then they go into hot houses for the winter. And then they bring the back, and they replant them Natalie. I've been writing the subway for thirty years. I have never seen a guy carrying a palm tree before they tell you that the subways nor please tell you the people the transport palm trees this time the because they dig them back up, and then they put them in hot houses. And then they come back out in the summer. You can rent palm trees. Okay. Good to know this season. Go hawaiian. Does that valuable? Gosh, she's a she's a fine to tropical information, you could rent a wearing a grass skirt this morning, by the way. Okay. I will tell you. I was I was riding the rails yesterday. I don't always ride the subways, but I was in town yesterday for the day. And this is the first time we're sub guy usually wherever I AB they fired me. Oh, did some guy. Tell you. Go back to sports. Oh, they they start quoting the bible come up to me. It starts singing just by coincidence. That's singing directly. But it seems whatever car they find me actually, some guy turns humanitarian said you on the news channel, which is very nice. I was just sitting there minding my own business. What news channel mad TV so many news sometime? So I said well years ago. So I was really I he said you look tired. I said, Well, I I do an early morning. Very nice guy said I do an early morning radio show. And he had no idea. What I was. So some guy just hers you on the subway and says, you look tired. No. He said, you're on a news channel. Right. I said, yeah. Then he said, I looked tired. And I was it was it was after the show. You know, how I am after the show gave him a couple of craft during the show nine o'clock out there too. So did you hear about this? This guy this is in Belfast Northern Ireland. So Brian Davey went on Tinder nice guy said he likes food cinema, sport and music, and he says is in the easy going guy, and he was recognized as a double, rapists. I'm sorry for laughing. Some some poor guy whose daughter was assaulted called them out and said, wait a second. This is this is the double rapist apparently in two thousand thirteen he was found guilty of raping a student twice. And then when he was released from prison in twenty sixteen he sexually assaulted a teenage girl what the hell's he doing out. He's got early. So now on Tinder, just an easy going guy likes food cinema, sport and music. How about that? Well, that's frightening. Because you have no idea who that person you have no idea ever, you know, the famous the the serial killer who was on the dating game back in the seventies. You can see it on YouTube, but we'll call it. There was a serial killer who was on the dating game in the nineteen seventies. And he had already murdered like four or five. But what was the questions they asked them? Hey, what's your favorite? Traffic. Well, we'll bring it up. Kill is a serial killer on the date and Jim Langevin blow kisses exactly he was on the game. Okay. If you look closely in his eyes. They are dead scary. Okay. We'll find it. All right now. Let's get the news at six thirty from Joe Bartlett, who's just waking up. Good morning. Joe? Good morning ankle. Hello. Is that me, man? I. Sitting there minding his own. We were badgering and you were pay. No attention that director punched you out. Once you are just salting. Okay. Don't hit me at you. President Trump says US will be making a very strong statement and is warning of severe consequences for Saudi Arabia. He says it appears that the journalist Jamal kashogi is dead. It certainly looks that way to me. It's very sad. Who did it? Trump says he'll wait until three separate investigations are complete until he comments any further your times reporting today that the Saudis apparently gonna try and pin this on a top intelligence officer who has ties to the crown prince tonight's mega millions jackpot worth nine hundred seventy million dollars. It could go even higher before the final drawing. Some people have a strategy for winning but statistics professor Mike Orkan says it really is completely random. It's just plain luck. Some people bet on.
"belfast northern ireland" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Talking about briefly, the story from Oregon live dot com about a brawl that apparently broke out during a protest or a March of some sort called a law and order March. So I presume that's the right wingers back because it was last weekend. When apparently people on the left, the antifa group blocked off traffic in Portland and made a big to do and people got delayed and probably got pretty angry about that. Was there also violence that erupted in Portland or was it they pretty much just block traffic, and then went away after a while they were there is related sponsor violence like the one that I described where they punch the man in the face. But I don't think there was any type of Malay or brawl know exactly, but there were angry mobs running after people. And apparently there was a brawl the statement here from the let's see Oregon live is that it lasted more than a minute. And it looks like according to the video footage that I'm looking at. Here. There are a couple of sides squaring off against one. Another. Maybe. Okay. Yeah. There's several I would say a few dozen people that are that are fighting in this in this case, and they're sort of in the streets and running across the street. And and this is from last night. This is late last night in Portland, Portland. Police bureau reported seeing protests and counter protests. Participants outfitted with hard knuckle gloves knives and firearms earlier in the evening, but they did not make any arrests at this point the wild scene unfolded amid mounting tensions. Among both groups fueled in part by pair of national news stories says that a March against police brutality last week drew headlines if you're law enforcement's hands off approach to the event was blamed for an encounter between protesters and an elderly driver, which is the one that you were talking about which outraged many, including patriot prayer leader. Joey Gibson and his supporters on Friday. A fire will video surfaced showing numbers of the proud boys right wing fraternal organization, beating two or three. Protesters in New York City after an event at the Republican party headquarters. It was against this backdrop that Gibson who counts number of proud boys among his ranks organiz the so called flash March for law and order in pediatrics ostensibly to protest, Portland mayor. Ted Wheeler in his oversight of the city's police force waving American flags and breaking into patriotic chance. Gibson and several dozen supporters sent off or set off to a street memorial for Patrick Kevin's, a twenty seven year old black man shot and killed by police. An incident that prompted last week's March they as they arrived at the vigil on southwest, fourth avenue and Harvey milk street. They were met by a large group of counter demonstrators. Chanting black lives matter, the two sides exchanged taunts and threats police stood by and warned against physical confrontation. But about twenty minutes later, the violence erupted a few blocks away among a smaller group of participants. And so that's kind of the story there. So apparently, you've got the right wing group. This. What was the patriot patriot prayer which is not the same thing as the proud boys. But there's mixing between the two, and then you've got the other group that was protesting police violence and patriot prayer made an appearance at the protest against police violence, and then things escalated apparently at that point. Although it doesn't sound like they escalated very long article makes it sound like that Portland just erupted into violence. Yeah. Saying oh is about sixty seconds. Does it did happen? And that is significant depress. It's almost like the press wants it to hell. Yeah. Of course, they did. Because it sells them whatever people are going to tune in tonight at eleven, you know, see the footage. So this the press definitely wants to see violence happen. This means a lot to them. But I don't support violence. I don't think violence is is the solution. It's unfortunate to see people feeling like, that's all they have left. His usually that's sort of what happens is, you know, people get upset about something. And they feel like the other side is trying to force themselves upon their viewpoint, and that's generally true about the other side, whichever other side we're talking about whoever it is. That's in charge of the government for the moment will have people, you know, arrayed against them, and they want to get their people in. So they can force their viewpoint down the other side's throats, and this is what we see is the violence of the government continues. Changing hands in the political power. And the the structure whether it be the Republicans or the Democrats, and then, you know, one side tries to attack the other side. And then the other side takes over and attacks. It's just a constant cycle of abuse. Well, seeing what I saw last week in Portland. What happened this week is no surprise, really? And you know, I'm not a big big advocate for police, you know, taking over anything, but they really needed to stop. What antifa was doing Kazan TV was harassing strangers bystanders on the streets. And you watch it. And I saw a lot of commentators saying people aren't going to put up with this people are going to put a stop to this. And so this is no surprise. And once again, I don't condone violence at all. But this is not unexpected exactly what we thought what happened. You're saying. The the right wing group coming out in response isn't a surprise. Exactly, exactly. Some something was going to happen. Because people were watching Mantica was doing and saying why aren't the police stopping them? Do you think it's true that because I've heard this sad. And I don't know if it's true. But do you feel like it's true that? People are more polarized today in the United States than they were ten years ago. Yeah. Actually, Tim pool. Did a really good video on this? And he was drawing some looking at a study. I think it was by Pew Research Center. But I'm not a hundred percent, sure. But it was showing that the left and the right like ten twenty years ago or actually had more in common than not uncommon, but they've been moving further and further apart. So yes, it has changed. And I think there's a lot more violence now than there was before. Actually, Jonathan height said last week he had an interview with Ben Shapiro. And he said that he now believes a civil war is possible. He's not saying it's likely been saying that for a long time. Years ago. I stand by it, you you think it's going to happen. I think I think it is more likely now than it was then between what sides. That's that's the problem. You know, I don't know that it's going to be a big civil war between half of the country in another half of the country. I think what's going to happen is we're going to have insurgencies. We're going to have small groups of people who are going to do a lot of damage. In fact, we're starting to see that already. That's what this is over in Portland is just the beginning of it. And those insurgencies once they began Wednesday start getting more and more violent. That's very hard to stop. Who do you think they're going to target? I mean, if you're talking about an insurgent group are they going to go, you know, attack a gun club or they going to attack the government or like who is it that they're going to be in surging against it depends on what they're angry about who. They are blaming for whatever the issue group of the moment. Exactly, exactly. And you'll see. Well, you know back I use. I went I sorry. I lived for a year in Belfast Northern Ireland at the very end of the nineteen. Eighty s when the war is still going on there. So you had the IRA fighting the UVF him. And so they were mostly fighting with each other. But sometimes, you know, people would get caught in the crossfire. So we could be looking at something similar to that. All right. The toll free number here tonight is eight fifty five four fifty free. If you want to join us you can weigh in here. Do you think the predictions of the civil war are overblown? Of course, it's not gonna look if it is.
"belfast northern ireland" Discussed on Discard to Reroll - Star Wars Destiny
"We bought the tickets, we have the room and if I see you and you mentioned something about the show, I've got good stuff for you. We've got enough stuff printed. So I think we'll be able to handsome stuff out to you at packs and plug in Philly, and it's going to be super fun time and and then after. That we are really, really grinding hard. See if we can get an event here in the doldrums of winter. So we, we've got a spot picked out. We're seeing how many people they could hold and we'll do something extremely. I can promise you, it'll be fun. It'll be very fun venue, and it will be doing some Destin and having some beers and having good time. So all that stuff's coming up. But again, if you're interested, you want to have a conversation with me about about destiny and you got a microphone. That's that's marginally decent. Sent me an Email questions at discard a real dot com. Twitter, let's do it. It's heavy on the show. Let's get the community involved because that's really what this podcast is for. And as always. Don't play mill. Friends, don't let friends play mill also out that all of your reruns are special ones. Here's Seth, Hollick, Ron. We'll see you next discovery real. How are you doing today at superbly good. I'm really, really good looking forward to getting on the flight soil. So where where are you hit? Well, I should save this for the for the broadcast, but where. Where is it? I've been looking online to see where you're actually going. I'm going to the Midland's which is ironic named, let's call a part of a country at the Midland's because it's in the middle of the country them so much in Chicago in the middle of America. It. That's the middle of England, what? What tournament is it like? What is it a classic qualifier? What? What is it that you're going to? So you guys have got sham com. Yes, so that's like US national spill. Listen, European national. Oh, okay. Everybody. So there's people from chairman, Italy, and Denmark, and Spain, and and people from America coming over as well. There's a couple of guys hyperloop are coming, so so. Okay, it's gonna be tier one competition. So like what website, where even see that this is happening? What's the name of the event? It's the f. f. g European championships at the NEC in Birmingham. There it is. Let's see. I just went to search for it and let's see what comes up here. Nothing European organized, play events, fancy play games. It's like I'm on a different website scheduled events. How do you find out about this? Like is it 'cause my internet only goes to America, like what is the. Awful. It's possible there. June first, are you sure this is happening. I wanna make sure you're actually going someplace that is going to get. I may have just arrive and there's nobody there. Flying with just going to sit on a tarmac of an airport and play destiny, which card sleigh round, which would be fun. It says, event information, June first, third here it is. Okay. It looks like it's happening. Yeah, the UK games expo, that's it at. So that's the largest expo in the whole of Europe. Gotcha. So that's, that's pretty exciting a couple of times before, and it's just trillion trillion phone and there's no way missing. Amazing. So so where did you say again, where the tournament it's in Birmingham, or you guys say Birmingham, Birmingham in Birmingham. Unless of course you live in that place where they say it's been no. So how accent is awful, how how far away is this from you? Like forty minute flights like a puddle hall. Oh, that's not bad. It's notes on. So I wonder what you're like. What are European restrictions for flying with destiny products like the dice feel like that trips, airports all the time. Well, I live in Belfast Northern Ireland's right? Kick getting fell less than a normal day with a rook sucks. Quite button of. Yes. So boxes full of little small dicing family meal. You're the lease their worries that day for sure. Dada. Dada itself. We're flying. There's about twelve of his head over from from from air..
Eritrea's leader visits Ethiopia as dramatic thaw continues
"Now the world news this is abc news kelly the head of the colombian former rebel group the faulk has asked for forgiveness for the kidnappings carried out by the group and the pain and suffering inflicted on many families rodriguez london also known as timoshchenko was attending the first hearing of a special tribunal that will try crimes allegedly committed during the country's fivedecade civil war nncholas russia reports three former rebel leaders have attended the first hearing friday while a fourth took part via video conference from prison they're required to provide details on the alleged kidnappings enforced disappearances between one thousand nine hundred and twenty twelve the fall top commander donyo also known estimate shaneco ask for forgiveness for the pain and suffering inflicted on many families relatives of the victims say they hope the tribunal will bring to light where the remains of some of those who were kidnapped and murdered can be found that has been more violence in nicaragua after a twenty four our national strike on friday to demand the resignation of president daniel ortega a group of about one hundred and fifty students was trapped inside the church of the main university in managua along with priests and journalists after coming under attack from paramilitary groups sympathetic to the government and the opposition stronghold of messiah thirty kilometers to the south there reports of two deaths jairo gonzalez is a civil servant everything that is happening now with the strike is a way to put pressure on the government for response to the problems in through the economic crisis in the country i think this is a form of expression for the people so as to get out of this crisis the local government in pakistan southwestern province of baluchistan is observing a day of mourning for more than one hundred and twenty people killed in a suicide bomb attack at an election rally on friday the bbc's kunda karmani says the attacks race security questions ahead of elections across pakistan later this month in two thousand thirteen in the election that was taking place then a number of political parties simply weren't able to campaign at all because of the threat of militant violence many people had thought that the security situation had improved since then and in many ways it has but these attacks are really a a reminder of the of the threat that militants can still pose and buckets on this latest attack was claimed by these slummy state group which has a small but it seems growing presence in the country the president of eric traer s yes work is due to visit ethiopia late today the latest diplomat move towards reconciliation between the two countries after years of conflict which left tens of thousands dead last week ethiopia's prime minister visited eritrea where the two leaders declared a formal end to a state of war world news from the bbc the twelfth poise rescued from a flooded cave complex in northern thailand are expected to be released from hospital next thursday thailand's health minister told reporters that the boys and their families needed to be prepared for the media attention they'll receive when they come out the boys and their coach or recovering physically and mentally from their harrowing underground ordeal and the dramatic rescue in west belfast northern ireland an explosive devices being thrown at the home of gerry adams the former leader of the xinfei republican party no almost hurt here's chris page xinfeng has said gerry adams's grandchildren were in the driveway of his house minutes before the attack mr adams has tweeted all well here new one hurt he's thank the neighborhood watch and party colleagues who he said kim very quickly and other explosive device was thrown at the home of a close ally of mr adams bobby story is a former ira prisoner and a senior shin and activists the party has suggested the attacks were carried out by dissident republicans you're opposed to the peace process and said there the desperate acts of increasingly desperate and the relevant groups meanwhile hundreds of people have rallied in.
"belfast northern ireland" Discussed on Female Mixing Engineers Music Podcast
"It was used in the demo on she decided to keep it for the final version let's see for this song she used her very cool nieve fifty four forty two eight channel broadcasting console from the seventies and she also has a focused right i say four to eight for her guitar she enjoys echo boy by sound toys and used a lot of outboard outboard gear for this particular track lisa holden a bfa in music from york university an ma in sonic arts from queen's university in bell flat belfast northern ireland among her many accolades and prestigious collaboration she is one of only two canadian selected to be part of the renowned red bull music academy this october in berlin es that is such an honor that red bull music academy is fabulous until recently she was tracking producing mixing in her bedroom or wherever possible but now honor property she has a designated studio outbuilding that she and the name of that studio is called wildlife sanctuary sound how cool is that and she can record it anytime because the neighbors are put def roa so i put a link to her studio it is really frigging awesome looking check out the link is she's got a very very extensive client list she is forced to be reckoned with and here we go with lisa conway and her sung light come from our new album insecurities in being fabulous fabulous track i love it love it she said that the chord sequence and the opening melody started as a film pitch for a little short film project but the director thought it was too sad but lisa thought it had potential and she came back to a year later to develop it more.