18 Burst results for "Boulogne"

"boulogne" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:33 min | 3 months ago

"boulogne" Discussed on WJR 760

"Lows dot com Lowe's home to any budget home to any possibility US only. In Hamtramck. I 75 North Boulogne Construction has the right to lanes closed between Canada and seven mile road in Southfield Greenfield Road is closed both North and South Bong Between 13 Mile and 14 miles for a gas main replacement project, scheduled to last through late July. Construction also has northbound Quinter closed between East Forest AB in East Warren on indefinitely for repairs. Motorists are being asked to avoid the area of possible I'm Lauren's aware. WJR traffic and weather first warm finish over the weekend makes the clouds and sunshine today like north to Northwest Breeze 84 this afternoon. Straight shower storm possible overnight tonight. 63 better storm chances tomorrow near 80 from the weather Channel and neurologist Cambone on Newstalk 7 60 wjr. You have housing questions. The inside outside guys on WJR have the answers here are Ken and shock. Welcome back. Everybody appreciate you being with us. Hopefully, Malcolm still on the line with us from Grosse Ile, are you Are you there, buddy? Yes. So here, So you had a slab on grade foundation port for an addition And they not only saw cut through it in several places, but you said it heaved this past winter..

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"boulogne" Discussed on The Tech Humanist Show

The Tech Humanist Show

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"boulogne" Discussed on The Tech Humanist Show

"It's almost like the earlier example, the car is deciding where to drive us or at least recommending will you're saying you WANNA drive to Chicago but Detroit is nicer this time of year. Detroit. Well. What do we do about all of the human bias that's already encoded into data sets and algorithms and business logic and all of that. I think the easiest thing is just hate everyone universally right just pure ass. No that relational but rational. I think first of all for me is there's different levels. I'm learning about bias and again I want to be clear I'm speaking here is John Not Assigned Tripoli. The whole organization. And if I had the book, Your Show Yeah have the book here. So one thing that everyone. Assumedly in the industry, the a industry is focused on his things like radical bias and here personal heroes of mine Joy Boulogne Weenie has done some phenomenal work with aspects to on. Any device that won't measure brown or dark skin or black skin tones in the same way as as white tones she's also done some amazing work with the actual terminology and I'm blanking the term but like the taxonomy of how different data sets are created around the framing of the skin colors anyway joy boom weenie. Awesome. The thing I think I'm just learning L. hold of the book. It's called a rates after Technology Dr Benjamin from Princeton and forgive me a few uneven interviewed people that you've talked about this type of stuff. And I heard about her from the radical Ai Podcast, shout out to my friends Dylan Jest Immigrate Show on Brouhaha avenged on the show. She gives the example about bias and I'm GonNA paraphrase is wrong. So please read her book but the logic of for people creating tools looking for data anyone creating a i. Might go to say like I live in New Jersey right. So there's an area of New Jersey with us one hundred thousand citizens who have been measured by one metric is the census data, right? So one hundred, thousand people live here. Then, there's data about something or medical oriented of these hundred thousand people x amount did whatever in terms of I know cardiology now that that insight or that data about that data set is now what's being used hypothetically or in reality about giving an example by everyone creating a I and then they're saying we're saying, let's make sure that that. Is Accountable and transparent fair and all those things which is we should but she made the key point to me which blew my mind and frankly little embarrassed I had thought of it before is the assumption is that of those hundred thousand, all hundred thousand citizens have access to the health and medical data when in fact whether it's marginalized populations whether it's people just didn't have. They weren't able to whatever the number may be significantly lower. So underlying an analyzing the systems by the way is a design thing. I know the term marginalized obviously can be very heated and whatever else for me outlets move some of those terms after critically important. But the point is, is people who want to design this technology holistically well for everyone. Especially, Dr Benjamin's ideas really helped me think about we have to be thinking about building for all, not just those who we are building or not realizing who will missing in the process well in your speaking about layers of design, right?.

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"boulogne" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

Stories Philippines Podcast

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"boulogne" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

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"boulogne" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"boulogne" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Work organizers told the national organizers to **** out the local group says the national group is predominantly white and cisgender while Latino black and transgender women bear the brunt of prostitution laws in DC the national group it offered to donate a hundred thousand dollars but the issue on the DC ballot but local organizers dismissed the offer as white men trying to force their way in with money did you did you understand that this two groups representing prostitutes one that's local to the sea and national one and the local one said to the national one bots out of DC because to white then you to heterosexual and you don't represent ethnic transgender prostitutes that's it news item in America not in the bois de Boulogne yeah of Paris or in the favelas of Brazil yes it's a culture war please we type it up media matters get busy and he fell on transcribes let's get back to important things things that are really really about our culture our beliefs and helping those who are less fortunate than us thank you for all your donations for food for the poor it's very simple the hungry children hi miss via and you can bolster your relationship with our creator by supporting and donating to these hungry children and feeding them just listen to Paul Jacobs whatever we talk to radio listeners to give they say thank you for allowing me to answer what god has called me to do it's always tied back into their relationship with god by making a donation to.

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"boulogne" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

CRUSADE Channel Previews

14:38 min | 1 year ago

"boulogne" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

"Wish it just happen more often. Become a Crusader. Knight bookmarked the page. Read the intentions. Practice the rosary as as I asked coup. Seder nights to do that is born so much fruit because people are sent me additions. And Look I. I'm GonNa get to publishing the Crusader Knight Manual as soon as I finish the rule but John Anderson has sent me an entire magnificent little meditation book Scriptures for every deck and every beat on all fifteen mysteries. Beautiful stuff has come to us. States pass laws exactly as we asked them to do right. The first intention of Crusader Knight hearts to be softened wills moved to act action to bring about an end to the legal protections according to abortion contraception pornography and sodomy and restore legal prohibitions. Against Usury so Mike Church Dot com top of the page menu. You will see there is a link says Crusader Knights Click. That all you need is the name and an email address and then your by Zenit. You're basically agreeing that you're going to do it And you're a night in good standing so that's one thing on chivalry Friday by the way I'm a I'll talk about later so I wanted to tell you the story today on Chivalry. Friday and actor. Chivalry that occurred and France over a twelve hundred year period and it was an actress. Chivalry inasmuch as it was Mary. The mother of our Lord keeping the French people under her Mandolin or care as a chivalrous knight and head of household would and. I'm sure she does all. These things was saint. Joseph her spouse by her side by the by consecration to Saint Joseph books are available in the founders train. Pose if you'RE GONNA do the thirty three day with us. We START ON MARCH. The thirtieth. We'll do a show that day on it in the evening. You have to have the book so go to mypillow. Dot Com forward slash up in the year. Six thirty eight hundred a small boat without sails or sailors floated into the harbor of Boulogne Sur Mayor. Charming port city on the English Channel in northern France when the townspeople gathered around it they discovered that the boat contained a wooden statue of our lady holding the child. Jesus in her left hand she gave an air of Divine Majesty yet was calm and maternal. Our Lady's statue was solemnly carried enter. The Chapel and newly christened shrine of Notre Dame Day became one of the most well known and visited shrines in all of Christendom. Her Feast Day is February the twentieth yesterday and is celebrated locally in Boulogne on October. The twenty second medieval chroniclers wrote about the many miracles of Our Lady of Boulogne Chronicle of the life of the King Holy King of France Saint King. Louis the ninth include several references to this Barack lists to the miraculous cures obtained through the intercession of Our Lady of Boulogne. She was especially powerful toward sailors and expectant mothers in fifteen forty. Four disaster came to Boulogne Sur Mayor Henry. The Eighth King of England declared war on France and sent a fleet with forty seven thousand troops across the English Channel. One of the first cities he attacked was Boulogne laying siege to on July the Eighteenth Bologne Boulogne. Although a walled city was str very strong defenses was manned by only two thousand soldiers. The city surrendered on Fifteenth September. Fifteen forty four. The invading Protestant army sacked the city statues altars relics of saints and Other Sacred Objects were hacked to pieces and burnt in the streets in an orgy of hatred for the Catholic faith. Worst of all the statue of Our Lady of Boulogne was dragged out of the Church mocked and insulted and take him back to England as a trophy of victory. They transformed our lady's medieval shrine into an armory. The English finally surrendered Boulogne. On the April twenty fifth of April fifteen fifty and shortly afterwards returned the statue of our lady. The church and city were rebuilt and restored over the following decades and our lady's shrine require much of its original splendour. The same revolutionary virus that infected that hadn't infected Europe was preparing bloody rebellion and religious religious warned. France with the Hugo noughts the French Protestant sect during the night of October the eleventh fifteen sixty seven hundreds of Granada soldier secretly into the Church of Our Lady of Boulogne. They wreck the church and tore out Iraq. This statue tying a rope around her neck. They dragged her through the muddy streets until they reached the main gate of the old town. There they mocked and blasphemed her but when they tried to chop our lady into pieces a miraculous force protected her they hid her over and over and over again with swords in hammers but the statue has made a steel suffered no damage. The miracle infuriated. The Protestants even more and they threw the statue and door. Great Bonfire a gain. Our Lady was miraculously preserved intact amongst the flames. The huguenot took the statue out of the city and threw her down into a well. By the following. Spring order was restored to the port city of Boulogne and local Catholic woman knowing the whereabouts of the miraculous statue secretly retrieved it and took it to her house on September. The Twenty Six sixteen o seven to the acclamations of large crowds of faithful. Our Lady solemnly reinterred Buluan. Are you noticing a trend here? This has been in the city. Hundreds upon hundreds upon thousands of miracles have been reported pilgrimages all the way up until the Protestant revolt were made every year Boulogne and this stirred up the hatred but the enemies of our lady who was told it was genesis that she will crush the head of the serpent. Well serpent felt like having their heads crushed and so when given the opportunity they perform these diabolical X. Which is why when you see Satan when you see beautiful women. Holy Women know that he is constantly attacking them. They're trying to be holy and they're beautiful and of course they're all beautiful beautiful soul and they all they're trying to be holy do he's on the prowl. Pray for those women. They need your help back to the story. The French revolution began in seventeen eighty nine which tragic consequences for France in our Lady of Boulogne on the tenth of November Seventeen Ninety three after the revolutionaries in Boulogne finish celebrating a former church In a former church church the so called. Feast of the goddess of reason. This is the demonic demonic procession. Here folks. I've seen I've heard I've I've seen how they did it. I don't WanNA share with you. But it's awful. They began an orgy of destroy because include sex. The they began an orgy of destruction. Full of hate for the Catholic faith. They piled numerous statues paintings vestments and relics city square and destroyed everything in a giant bonfire. A mob thugs armed with picks and screaming. Tamar Soleil dragged our lady of Boulogne at a main square. The phones quotes put a red fear. Gene Cap at Our Lady's head symbol of the French revolution began to mock and blaspheme her. When they tired of this they burned her a great bonfire dancing like savages and several celebration for the victory of reason over superstition not satisfied with the destruction of the miraculous statue in. Seventeen Ninety eight. The revolutionary government completely demolished the shrine devotion to our lady of Boulogne who for more than eleven centuries had served as a symbol of the mutual love between the French people and the mother of God came to an end or did it then. Our Lady abandoned the France that had abandoned her or seeing her children do penance and return to the true faith which he makes a grand return just as she did after the previous disasters. I under the English and then under the Hugo nuts we shall. Shortly after the end of the French Revolution. The Catholics Boulogne decided to make a copy of the original statue of Our Lady of Boulogne from memory and the devotion to our lady of Boulogne began once again. Father Benoi Agathon Hyphen Yang a priest from Boulogne Samarra decided to rebuild the ruined church on the first of May eighteen twenty seven. He laid the first stone of the new shrine of Our Lady of Boulogne which was completed thirty nine years later on twenty four August. Six eight hundred sixty six hundreds of thousands of pilgrims poured into Boulogne each year devotion to our lady of Boulogne surpassed what had been even before the French Revolution. France in Europe had much more suffering ahead of than though the Franco Prussian war and the first World War utterly devastated France it was during the Second World War however that our lady of Boulogne worker greatest miracle the grand re door or the grand return in the summer of Nineteen thirty eight Buluan hosted a Marian Congress to prepare the faithful for this report national event to priests decided to make four copies of the original statue of Our Lady of Boulogne and take them on a great tour of the towns and parishes of the diocese Christian defy repair or kristen the fiery path. It was a success far exceeding expectations in ten weeks. This four statues covered more than one thousand five hundred miles and made four hundred sixty six stops at local parishes after the close of the Marion Congress some clergy led by father. Gabriel Ranson Ed Jesuit. Imagine that decided to continue this fiery path of our lady around France until the next congress to be held in the summer of nineteen forty nine hundred forty two in late pre in southern France in the fall of nineteen thirty nine and the spring of nineteen forty he and a handful of young. Lehman took our lady of Boulogne to northeastern France where they visited many parishes as well as battlefields from the First World War when Nazi Germany invaded France on ten may nineteen forty. Our Lady Statue was in the war immediately stopped her travels and they hit her in the Trappist monastery for safekeeping where she stayed for two years however Catholics clamored for our lady of Boulogne to join the Congress as originally planned in the summer of nineteen forty two. She continued her journey across France and the direction of Que- Adra Various Successful Congress. Our Lady of Boulogne continued her tour of France to lure DHS. She arrived there on seven. September Nineteen Forty Two eve the Nativity of our lady created by a massive crowd of pilgrims with their triumphal entry into lures. It seemed our lady's Great Tour of France would come to a close precisely at this moment. Pope Pius the twelfth made a direct appeal to the mother of gone on eight December. Nineteen Forty Two feast of the Immaculate Conception. The Supreme Pontiff consecrated the Human Race to the Immaculate Heart of Mary. The following year on March the twenty eighth nineteen forty three the French. Bishops solemnly renewed this consecration. This Day was also the beginning of what came to be known as the crawling with tour. The Grand Return Return of Our Lady of alone. The bishop of Tarbet were lords is located. Had the idea of sending the statue of Our Lady of Boulogne to each of the parishes of his diocese in pilgrimage during each stop. The faithful would renew the consecration to the Immaculate Heart of Mary. After passing through his diocesan others across France Our lady would make her final return to Boulogne hence the name the ground it thaw the grand return. The.

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Low Country Showdown: Belgium vs. The Netherlands

Travel with Rick Steves

07:19 min | 1 year ago

Low Country Showdown: Belgium vs. The Netherlands

"Days in Europe you hardly know when you've crossed the border but when you get to know each region it's clear. Cultural differences are as distinct and strong. As ever. You're it's fascinating that even as your continues to unite. The differences between the various regions remained so strong the historic nucleus of the European Union. Nyon was a trio of little countries known as Benelux Belgium the Netherlands and Luxembourg and it's very small area. It's fascinating in its complexity lexi. We're joined in the studio by a guide from Belgium and another from the Netherlands to explore the cultural differences between their two countries. Allen Yanji is guide in the Netherlands and Hilbert buys is from Brussels where he teaches at the European School of Communication. He teaches history and politics. And he works as a tour guide. Hilburn Hilburn and Ellen. Thanks for joining us now. Ellen you live in the Netherlands and you work as a guide in Amsterdam. What's your family's history are are you like? Have you been the Dutch forever or what yes. I've been Dutch forever but my grandfather was a German so they came over from Germany to the Netherlands and they settled in brabant. John's which is the south of the Netherlands. And it's a province that was divided when the two nations of the Netherlands and Belgium were created. Rob You have. Yes so so. You have north brabant. which is part of the Netherlands and you have south but album which is in Belgium and so you ended up in the Netherlands? Yes yes that. A blessing or a curse Both we'll talk more about that in just a minute. And he'll bring you Belgium your home. And how did you end up there because you sound like you have an American accent to me well yes. My parents are of Dutch extraction in fact but with NATO We ended up in in bracelets right. Grew up and have have managed to stay so you are European. If you're living in Belgium the Edison near you the cut up there and all the EU excitement. Now when you think about the low countries country's once it was all the same wasn't it The low countries the Spanish Netherlands. The Spanish Netherlands were separate from the Dutch republic but before the Spanish Netherlands became Spanish. Yeah we were all part of the Holy Roman Empire and then what happened because to me. It's kind of a cultural divide between Belgium and Holland today. You've got french-speaking speaking while loons and you've got Germanic speaking Dutch you've got Catholics and Protestants. You've got south facing German facing. Is that a cultural. Divide of some sort ellen. It is the language barrier has been there for a thousand years. It's not a part of Belgium. Belgium created as a nation in eighteen. Thirty it was was not that then. The language barrier started to exist is was already there long before tectonic plates coming together right here from Roman Roman speaking tribes heading east and Germanic speaking tribes heading west and so they joined up so you had these language barrier from Roman speaking and Germanic Manic speaking which is more or less where today's language barrier is in Belgium. So we're kind of talking about between the Netherlands and Belgium but also within Belgium. We've got this split with the north being more culturally and linguistically tied with the Netherlands in the south being more connected with France yes because of the language and of course because his French has always been the dominant language throughout the Middle Ages. When you had people who wanted to be anything in life had to be able to speak French and later on it it stayed the dominant language in the industrial era and Flemish was the local dialect so If the man comes into fix your door he's going to speak Flemish but if the the guy who runs the city the unknowns the bank. He's going to speak French. Yeah he'll burn if you WANNA have historically in the in Belgium has set the case if you want your kid to be made to meet a very important person. They should speak French. That isn't true today. No nineteenth century historically Boulogne. Yes polk were loon. The elite of the nation spoke French French because they were of nobility French has have replaced Latin as the dominant language in much of Europe travel. With Rick Steves. We're talking about the cultural differences between the people in Belgium Belgium and the people in the Netherlands. We're joined by Ellen. Yeah I'm saying from the Netherlands and Hilburn buys from Belgium when we think about we've been talking about or the origins of these countries. But we have this situation today where we've got a the Netherlands which is Dutch. Speaking in the northern half of Belgium which is Flanders Flanders. Right Phlegm is that is that the same language. The language is formerly the same in Belgium. When you go to school you go to a class called Dach- the way that in America when you go to school you don't learn American when no one you go to English when no one was called Nederlands? It's called Nigel why don't they just call it Flemish. Just because it's the vendors we share the lexicon. We share the dictionary if you read the dictionary which is produced for the Netherlands and Belgium collectively the only thing. You'll see his annotations in. The definition conditions will see used regionally or applied in Belgium this way and in the Netherlands Hall that way so what are the Flemish speaking people. The Netherlandish speaking people of Belgium. I'm well how do they relate to the to the Dutch. What is the cliches? What are the jokes saw? Well at the well at the Belgian. Talk here for a minute I okay. I'll preface this by saying I studied in the Netherlands Dutch origin. I really don't have to side with any of this. I have a nice anecdote with two friends who met one was Belgian. Elgin and one of them was touched in the Belgian tells the Dutch when he says do you know upon northern border. That's the end of culture to which the Dutchman responded yes that's true but on our our southern border that's the end of intelligence who we go and Ellen. What about you from the Netherlands How did the Dutch the think of the Belgians? Then what's a joke or a little insight into the cultural differences. Well there are many things that we like. And let's say on the plus side. We love the Belgian sense of Huma among which is kind of surreal. Sometimes we don't even understand it. They definitely have a different sense of humor than the Dutch have. And we sort of admire that because it's subjects are very frank and very straightforward very matter of fact. Yes I've got a Dutchman say I've been with him and he says you know it's it's exhausting I to carry on a conversation. Let's just not talk with each other and not be stressed out about it right so the to me. That was so Dutch a Belgian might be a little more no Belgians and more they like to keep themselves to themselves on more modest and you can experience this when you travel there for instance. You're in American and you're in Belgium and you want to ask something I think it's always polite to us. Do Speak English. When you're in Flanders they will say oh I don't know yes maybe a little bit and then you start a conversation and and you find out that the perfectly perfect well with England when you go to the Netherlands and you ask their Excuse me do you speak English. They so yeah. Of course. That's right so there. You have the difference. Like Belgians are more. Yeah more modest landed dot Chamo- assertive assertive described as self effacing using the Belgians are okay. That's that it's very. It's very nice. Also that in Belgium rules are a little bit less importance. Well it's it's more dramatic in the north breath.

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"boulogne" Discussed on Q95

Q95

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"boulogne" Discussed on Q95

"All knew. Now is this signal. Are we talking then I don't know. Let's read more Fowley. Let's explore together. Karl rove. He's ninety years old. He's a cyclist. He was stripped of his world record title after failing a drug test. Initially set the record during the United States masters track national championships in July tested, positive for the banned. Yeah. The blood pressure minute. Oh my goodness. Do you son of a pet patron Boulogne an anabolic steroid in Clova pheno ovulate of ULA? Tori, stimulant Casey wants to have some more babies. I need an opulent, Tori, stimulant do not know must work on something else. Walked in and test anyone in the universe. It seems like every cyclist has something. It's hard work. No. But I mean are these drugs floating around in the I dunno just seems ridiculous. So is this guy. I would figure what does he ninety years old at figure? His blood is primarily HGH, according to the US anti doping agency US ADA. Yeah. As opposed to the world anti doping agency. Remember that water? Awesome. The positive. Test.

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"boulogne" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"boulogne" Discussed on PRI's The World

"This being a major aircrash tonight's near the Scottish border, a pan-american jumbo jet carrying more than two hundred and fifty people has crashed near the town of Lockerbie in Dumfries pan. Am flight one or three took off from London headed for New York. It was brought down by a bomb that exploded in the jet tearing it apart scattering wreckage across town of Lockerbie Scotland, everyone on board was killed two hundred fifty nine people the crash killed eleven more people on the ground today. Lockerbie held a memorial service. A single bagpiper dignitaries and local join some relatives of victims. Also, there members of the emergency services who race to the crash scene to help that night. Most of the passengers on flight one or three were Americans, Nicole Balaj was one of them. She was a student flying home for Christmas. Her body was never recovered. But some of her clothing was collected and washed by local volunteers who return them to her family in America. Nicole's mother Janine says she's never forgotten the kindness of the people of Lockerbie sometimes we get guy. Angels in life is an example of the love and the caring of recruiter people in another country didn't know our children, but who knew how much this would mean today families Janine Boulogne J at a memorial service for the victims of the Lockerbie bombing thirty years ago today, you're..

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"boulogne" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"boulogne" Discussed on PRI's The World

"This being a major aircrash tonight's near the Scottish border, a pan-american jumbo jet carrying more than two hundred and fifty people has crashed near the town of Lockerbie in Dumfries pan. Am flight one or three took off from London headed for New York. It was brought down by a bomb that exploded in the jet tearing it apart scattering wreckage across town of Lockerbie Scotland, everyone on board was killed two hundred fifty nine people the crash killed eleven more people on the ground today. Lockerbie held a memorial service. A single bagpiper dignitaries and local join some relatives of victims. Also, there members of the emergency services who race to the crash scene to help that night. Most of the passengers on flight one or three were Americans, Nicole Balaj was one of them. She was a student flying home for Christmas. Her body was never recovered. But some of her clothing was collected and washed by local volunteers who return them to her family in America. Nicole's mother Janine says she's never forgotten the kindness of the people of Lockerbie sometimes we get guy. Angels in life is an example of the love and the caring of recruiter people in another country didn't know our children, but who knew how much this would mean today families Janine Boulogne J at a memorial service for the victims of the Lockerbie bombing thirty years ago today, you're..

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"boulogne" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"boulogne" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

"We've had we've had all of Rhode books pretty much. We love rolled out to look with the road dogs. And yeah, very cool. I love that so much thanks for being people. Just being on the hill. Yeah. By that library, gang. That's what I was in. Yeah. So when the positive DM's and stuff make you like reach you make you feel things is that the same of the negative ones. The negative ones. I'm sorry. I'm just I'm just assuming that you're I mean. Yeah. Well, of course, you're getting negativeness why you know. The the nature of the internet. The negative ones day really the negative ones that really shocked me actually because artists is assume then expect that I'm going to get negative to. I'm a woman being like being loud and proud and a woman in a predominately male space. I'm going to get hey, like black women know, even should just raise the whole black women fun. But black women do get a lot of hey way, more than what women way more than an Asian women and way more than men. So Diane, Abbott. She gets the most of us out every empty not the work MP by fall. She's the worst MP, but she gets the most difference and the most abuse Al every M P in the country. Why? So for me, I'll do something. For example. I'll go on nyc. I used to present a show clued Zoe Boulogne fatty so already had a weekend morning show stable in fat as able and Sunday, and it was right lie entertainment chat. And I had a spot regular sport. I was present in a segment who trend to news of London. He's and every week. I will come in and talk about whatever the hell. I wanted to make it funny. Do a game with the guests. It was really fun. And I did it. Yeah. I did pretty much every week every other week. And there was always a tweet from someone going. I call it her stunned her, and it's usually women as well. She's just she Vogler this horrible. And I'm like babe, I'm cute. I'm bloody chew, and I'm going to show just being cute Hon, I'm not saying and even offensive I'm being cheeky and cute and fun. But this loud Fogel, and it was just like, you just cannot see. A woman just be a woman in a space. The I was on the show with like Russell brand. And Russell brand can be loud, and whatever and bustle, Brandon. It's like, yeah. It's fun. But if I'm like a little decibel above a squeak, and it's actually shot song loud. Oh my God had to. Oh, it's like a no to anything that he's of milk. Comex on doing, but it's just got to you because I happen to be women. And I happen to be black, and it's up to you. Save your black. She got so much hate on strictly for what I don't know. She was just really Don thin, and I can't stand. She's so self is. She is she just really good at Dunton. Are you protecting your year? Your own channelize because she's really good at dawn thin like 'cause I just thought chick that was really good at and that's because I'm okay with myself. I love myself when you love yourself your project in your negative cells all these people and the louder they go out. That's the fatness and stuff. It's so much fun. Because people can be like, it's not really for me. I don't mean to see the point. But then you go far enough. But then the people who are like, I hope you. Oh, I feel like you might be sad about something else. For example, you posted a picture of you like you wanna bet on your bed, and he drew a face. And I was like such about us. Double tap like. But then I remembered I saw off a chick, and she was like really big eating cake on a cover of a magazine or something recently and everyone which is so angered by it. And I went are full of that when I fought with you, and I was like she's actually offended like Sophie's offending people. Oh, people fucking people globally hate. So for saying on how bad I'm love the fact that she's a big. Oh, like, and then I thought wow. How sad must you be that someone else's happiness. Could you happy in the Santa? That's the thing. It's that, you know, your anger about someone being happy. Yeah. Oh my God..

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"boulogne" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"boulogne" Discussed on The Takeaway

"Topix see my we just heard one radio host take on the mental state of the island of puerto rico today and now we turn to francis boulogne for another perspective she's a school psychologist and adjunct professor at the university of puerto rico and reappear russ francis welcome to the takeaway happy to be with you and happy to know you are concerned about four thirty i think one of the big issues here is the psychological toll that this has taken on puerto ricans both on the mainland and on the island can you talk a little bit about what you're seeing well first of all i experienced the fear the amazing force of nature that i had never experienced before although i'm one of the fortunate ones with a sturdy house that didn't go away but after i was able to leave the neighborhood i felt that for the first time in my life i thought i was in a war zone i had never experienced anything like that francis let me let me ask you a question what is the psychological profile today on average of the puerto ricans that you're working with on the island are you seeing depression are you seeing suicidal tendencies what exactly is are these symptoms of sort of ptsd if you will after hurricane maria i think on average many people have recovered their normal routines but still have some lapses of ptsd remembering the storm colleagues out in the field and in clinical services have observed an increase in suicidal tendencies on the press on there are still people who are having nightmares remembering the day of the storm they are in this bear or they are affected by all the losses they had but then there's a number of people that have gone back to the routine on have been able to function fully or us will as they were functioning before the storm the impact is not over i am observing some new.

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"boulogne" Discussed on StartUp Podcast

StartUp Podcast

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"boulogne" Discussed on StartUp Podcast

"Yeah but i don't wanna i this isn't like a big thing for me is a small thing on the small medium large is small thing for me this is my big time to reiterate that matt is gimblett there is no gimmick without our partnership let the record state that and as for our history it is being written i guess right now we'll see how many of you are there out there listen to this perhaps you're one of dozens who had the tv show and found you were here maybe you're one of millions as of this recording you don't know we'll be talking more about it though and all things gimblett future episodes of startup we'll have a new one in the feed in a couple of weeks and more after that if you're coming to the podcast from the tv show and you enjoy these episodes you can go back to where the star i began by listening all season one of start up and you have a lot to catch up on also next month we are launching the seventh season of startup which now embeds with many other companies and founders and addition to our own that season launches april twentyseventh and by the way ed gimmick dot com you can find so many other podcasts we have launched a lot since those early days there really good i'm really proud of them check them out give up media dot com that is it for our mini binge season of start up i'm alex bloomberg this after show episode was produced by luke boulogne it was ended by devin taylor lisa child molly mesic and me andrew done mixed episode diversity report was produced by me and eric mental edited by peter cloudy and caitlyn kenny music was by mark phillips and john galore along with his bandmates jordan skill sam merrick and mcgregor to subscribe to start up good apple podcast or whichever app you use or check out the website.

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"boulogne" Discussed on Christpoint Church

Christpoint Church

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"boulogne" Discussed on Christpoint Church

"On the mercy seat of heaven just like the priest dinner on earth we had a price that an tone the sooner over the earth earlier i'm telling you today the bible says in first john one seven but we walk we walk in the light as he is in the light we have fellowship with one another and at boulogne of us cleanse us from all said romans chapter five burst ninety nine romans fibres not much more than this we have been chefs fired by his blood and we are saved from the wrath to come which saved equations one seven it him we have redemption through his blood in the forgiveness assailants according to the riches of his greats romans chapter twelve verse 11 romans twelve verse 11 you heard it all your life the bible says and they overcame him by the blood of the lam and by the word of their testimony revelation twelve eleven they are common by the blood of the lam and the word hub their testimony hallelujah how do they overcome the enemy they overcome the enemy by the blood of the lam they didn't overcome the enemy about negotiating with him there overcome the enemy by reading a book they overcome the enemy because they knew that the blood of the laham had won the victory for him you fisia chapter to worst thirteen equations to reverse thirteen but now we are in christ you were once far away but you have been bought near because of the blood of us.

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"boulogne" Discussed on The Science Hour

The Science Hour

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"boulogne" Discussed on The Science Hour

"This infant could be related to populations that we're living in in that area and he's already detail about the nature of that relationship to other note different subpopulations within modern america yeah there is so what they think is that if you imagine that there is an ancient population of people who made this transition and then they split here the burundians this infants representing net group they they split off and so did the group that then gave rise to native americans and that groups bliss again into north native americans in in mostly in canada on friday northern less jews and then native americans in what we now call markelle and then further south curry thanks very much for the moment now to growing concerns about brain injury sustained in contact sports weather in american football rugby all boxing interestingly some experts fear that the impact on women sprains might be greater than the impact on men's boulogne earlier research on sex differences in the brain has often been subject to criticism new work from the center for brain injury and repair of the university of pennsylvania has tried to pin down if there is a difference when it comes to concussion what could be happening professor douglas mithese director of the centre and he spoke to claudia hammond about the strength of the evidence the concussion does affect women differently so i think the the jury is still out but the preponderance of evidence suggests that girls like playing the same support as boys essay football have a higher instance of concussions and a worse outcome meaning that they don't returned to their normal function as quickly as the boys now this is kind of confusing away because abortion have a higher number of concussions overall and we we see that this is due to the genetic factor call the y chromosome which is kind of a joke but it's this that risky male behaviour means at males have many more concussions and females overall now coast it's hard to know when somebody has recovered from concussion because there isn't a kind of objective measure of whether that fm.

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"boulogne" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"boulogne" Discussed on RobinLynne

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"boulogne" Discussed on Environment: NPR

Environment: NPR

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"boulogne" Discussed on Environment: NPR

"So as stefan pinto he's been fishing since 1987 and his vice president of the regional fishing committee dumbed equally was eighty percent of fish come from the british side so that makes up eighty percent of our revenue as well we'll take that away and the regional economy takes a big hit i meet pinto is he and his crew unload their latest catch most of its soul and reset a type of dogfish thanks sort the fish into containers packed with ice the catcher sold at dawn the next morning to customers like restaurant owner low romped walk home mark will feed eastern photos it seat and for me very impotent to buy two fish in boiling he only serves fish caught by boulogne fishermen at his high end restaurant flip large without this fish he says he'll go out of business in the uk buried dis from the national federation of fishermen's organisations says he understands but you fleets kirch about four times as much uk waters as uk vessels catch in eu waters i think it's right for the french to expect quite a lot of change but britain may not welcome all that change says french fishing company manager kristoff qalib wishing zipser europe european community we ducks quite to wrote english product english fish which will make it harder for the english to sell their fish to europe kalin is based in the port of leg given neck in the busy fishing region of brittany on the west coast he fears that after brexit french fishermen will battle each other crowded into a narrow band of seat.

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"boulogne" Discussed on NPR's World Story of the Day

NPR's World Story of the Day

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"boulogne" Discussed on NPR's World Story of the Day

"So as stefan pinto he's been fishing since 1987 and his vice president of the regional fishing committee dumbed equally was eighty percent of fish come from the british side so that makes up eighty percent of our revenue as well we'll take that away and the regional economy takes a big hit i meet pinto is he and his crew unload their latest catch most of its soul and reset a type of dogfish thanks sort the fish into containers packed with ice the catcher sold at dawn the next morning to customers like restaurant owner low romped walk home mark will feed eastern photos it seat and for me very impotent to buy two fish in boiling he only serves fish caught by boulogne fishermen at his high end restaurant flip large without this fish he says he'll go out of business in the uk buried dis from the national federation of fishermen's organisations says he understands but you fleets kirch about four times as much uk waters as uk vessels catch in eu waters i think it's right for the french to expect quite a lot of change but britain may not welcome all that change says french fishing company manager kristoff qalib wishing zipser europe european community we ducks quite to wrote english product english fish which will make it harder for the english to sell their fish to europe kalin is based in the port of leg given neck in the busy fishing region of brittany on the west coast he fears that after brexit french fishermen will battle each other crowded into a narrow band of seat.

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"boulogne" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"boulogne" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"At a little something i like to call boulogne system it has this continues to happen it will thus make the nba better too styles would develop that get better you've already seen this the way the nba looks now is a direct result of the global influence on the game guys from other places combination which is different styles of play entirely that if they are good enough you just got to adapt to never mind the diversity component the nba's playing games in africa these day they were joe borg last week mama marc spears me undefeated was down they're covering that bad boy the global diversity of the game is a good thing not just as i said before for posterity sake but for the product itself and the dream team kick that off sure they knew that it was going to be big but i don't think there was any way that anybody could know what was going to come in the next twenty five years what we have now is great even if it means us aid as always when the gold coming up the fifty greatest black athletes of all time the undefeated did a survey it's caused a little bit of controversy i'm clinton gatesville ineffable money jones on espn radio this is the right time the right time with boumani jobs back to the rights are with almighty jones up clinton yates philomena on this tuesday and all week by the by be down in new orleans tomorrow on the fellow nab j that should be fun espn radio presented by progressive insurance and i'll guests or the right time appear via the chopin's or performance get in touch with us to the one out of flowers are contrary at clint yates at scam radio.

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