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"calais" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

04:12 min | 2 months ago

"calais" Discussed on Conversations

"Mentioned your younger brother. Who was the apple. If it heads i and he died when he was a young man. Still what did it do to your father's trust in things trust in the world. When my brother died every photo disappeared was taken off the walls and he's nine couldn't be mentioned for thirty years and dark hair. My mom coped. I don't i but he's first things to me to sign bill a quid shabazz friend. Don't trust anybody man's best friend his dog all of that sort of stuff because he's gone through the depression in england and he'd gone through world war two all of that so he really had terrible things thrown at him. I'm for a long time. I used to wish it had been made that have been killed. Because if i was killed it wouldn't have had such devastating effect and that took a long time to work through. It was devastating just devastating to have the apple of your eye taken from you in such a cruel. Why and in lots so. I never recovered from that. I sometimes think admitted generally more brittle in that situations are building more likely to shatter than than women Have you seen people who who have been through something like that. But at your church or wayside nashville who've been able to still trust and things and still walk forward into the world. Yes but it takes opening yourself up. It takes a lady. I work with mahbouba. Mahboob is promise you know. She came to australia's or refugees from afghanistan when the russians were going on and she skype from the taliban and all of that and she got to freedom and then they were down at the blow hall at komo news. Something went wrong. And there was a freak wave and her husband and some of her children died and in order to style stylized she dedicate itself to bringing life to women and girls seen afghanistan. The only way out of all this misery is to actually. I'm open yourself up to more loving which happens yourself up tomorrow pain but it kind of it doesn't take things away but you learn to live with it because this a loving in in relationships that sustain you. It's what people who have everything stripped away from them. Everything kind of realize that. Unless i get out there and start loving on i'm gone i'm gone. Imus bad is what's happened to me. I think i can describe it when you do know people who count go forward after something like that people who are stuck on what you call the bridge of clinging on. How do you help them. Across the bridge of clinging on. What's the best way to do that. You found bill. Just sit just to sit. People just seat sit-in the key. Uncomfortableness dont tron. Take it from them just sick with them. In like what what shirley maddix for signed to me if they are god god will be with us in the grieving. Be with them in the grieving. Be with them. Sit there with them in the awful that sets going on just bay. They darned take it away from them. Don't put it in yourself. They with them in their graving. It's very difficult. There's a lot i wrote at right about. The difference between sympathy and empathy and sympathy is like when someone breaks league. And you say oh. I know the pain. Because i've broken my league. You know empathy is actually when you sit with them. A new. Say your leg would be really hurting you. Which leads same now. You understand how they failing not that your feeling your feeling and i must be feeling what you feel..

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"calais" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

04:26 min | 2 months ago

"calais" Discussed on Conversations

"But what are the risks of not cultivating loving attachment to other people here end up like scrooge mcduck sitting in sitting in a bath with all your coins and all your stuff and thinking that i remember rainy. Rifkin went said to me. He who dies with the most wins. That was his philosophy. And i couldn't help thinking what a sad sad life sad life so many of the people who are really wealthy that i know a sad and as traumatized as everybody else i might be more comfortable than anyone else but they live sound. Any bitter love can be overpowering to like I'm thinking of their kind of terrible arguments. People who love each other get themselves into in this one line by an irish playwright called hugh lennon who who said it was a long time before i realized that love turned upside down his love for all that the terrible things we say might be. A form of love turned upside down. What do you think bill when it comes to that. Yeah yeah like what you said that. The humans ago love is a risk. It's a risk and it's a risk you have to take and sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't but it can't stop here but it just ease it oozes out of life. The thing i've learned is going to the blackest spots on the earth. The small loving acts are highlighted whereas in the world itself. When you're living saying australia and these countless acts loving axa going on all the time but we don't recognize them you know we recognize them win saying the holocaust somebody saves someone from the chamber or somebody does something or or some it stands out you you recognize that there but what we then file to say. It's going on everywhere at every moment when there is something like the holocaust the tax plan. Do you see that as an absence of love will the presence of something we could i. I brought a young boy over from afghanistan a long time ago and we saved his life. You know a couple of decades ago safeties life. We'd and the operations he needed..

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"calais" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

03:50 min | 2 months ago

"calais" Discussed on Conversations

"Mammoth and feed the whole the the whole tribe. What do you make that distinction. We humans love in the way we love world. Obviously that's part of it. That's got to be there to be brought to life. It's it's obviously it's inherent in creation itself it's just there and and evolutionary biology is seen lots of ways discovering what we human beings can be and and in lots in all the battles and all the trauma sits on on since the beginning of humanity. In a way. I love my store. Stores just win because we still hear if hatred trudeau or negatively or destruction was winning. We human beings wouldn't be here. You dedicated your book to your friend. The lama and he likes to talk a lot about the buddhist concept of compassion which is really specific thing. He talks about as a kind of loved without attachment this the way. Yeah a buddhist would describe it now. I think the dalai lama is the real deal. I did this event with him in public. And i was sitting next to him on the stage with this huge crowd and i saw him the most amazing thing bill. A woman came up to ask him a question about getting over various disability. She'd suffered from an in an accident and she began as she was asking the question. She became a bit ever come and i was sitting right next to him. No one else could hear this. But i could just hear all one hundred or like denny's microphone and walked right up to her and she sort of embraced him and he went with the embrace and no one else could see. This million the techs on stage but this woman just lead this incredible expression on her face like she'd been able to let go of so much pain just in that embrace from here. He's holding the delilah do you do you talk about such things about love and compassion and they mean when you're with him bill are are you. Yeah i i love that man so the thing about me. She's he'd like you say he's the real deal and you just sit there and our team just before the pandemic we were sitting in dharamsala and We looked in each other's eyes. Because of talk a lot about that. I said looking. We looked in each other's eyes. Teach you some. We've both vanished and went somewhere. And he goes you nashville. I think that's what jesus was talking about the kingdom and he goes oh and he grabbed his lackey and he might dislike you because it was just him and he got this likely to go downstairs and comeback and he had this beautiful crystal obelisk beautiful and he got a black pin. He drew across on that. I'm looking at it now. He drew a cross on the obelisk and he gave it to me and he said dumb tight. This is a gift from the holy spirit. And it's it's just pewter anonymous at this little black cross. He drew with these texts on the crystal and he knows he knows. That's all i can say. I was talking with fire. The bob wants and him and i. We were talking in melbourne. And he should bill. We've been to the mountaintop. Whatever that means and the deli lama has to talk about a couple of came to after the child dot and i suppose that illustrates the risks of love. The the risks. You open yourself up to with that..

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"calais" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

03:50 min | 2 months ago

"calais" Discussed on Conversations

"Mammoth and feed the whole the the whole tribe. What do you make that distinction. We humans love in the way we love world. Obviously that's part of it. That's got to be there to be brought to life. It's it's obviously it's inherent in creation itself it's just there and and evolutionary biology is seen lots of ways discovering what we human beings can be and and in lots in all the battles and all the trauma sits on on since the beginning of humanity. In a way. I love my store. Stores just win because we still here. If high trudeau or negatively or destruction was winning we human beings wouldn't be here. You dedicated your book to your friend. The lama and he likes to talk a lot about the buddhist concept of compassion which is really specific thing. He talks about as a kind of loved without attachment this the way. Yeah a buddhist would describe it now. I think the dalai lama is the real deal. I did this event with him in public. And i was sitting next to him on the stage with this huge crowd and i saw him the most amazing thing bill. A woman came up to ask him a question about getting over various disability. She'd suffered from an in an accident and she began as she was asking the question. She became a bit ever come and i was sitting right next to him. No one else could hear this. But i could just hear all one hundred or like denny's microphone and walked right up to her and she sort of embraced him and he went with the embrace and no one else could see. The six million the techs on stage but this woman just lead this incredible expression on her face like she'd been able to let go of so much pain just in that embrace from here he's holding the delilah do. Do you talk about such things about love and compassion. And they mean when you're with him bill are are you. Yeah i i love that man so the thing about me. She's he'd like you say he's the real deal and you just sit there and our team just before the pandemic we were sitting in dharamsala and We looked in each other's eyes. Because of talk a lot about that. I said looking. We looked in each other's eyes teach notice we've both vanished and went somewhere. And he goes you nashville. I think. That's what jesus was talking about the kingdom and he goes oh and he grabbed this lackey and he might disliking because it was just him and he got this likely to go downstairs and comeback and he had this beautiful crystal obelisk beautiful and he got a black pin. He drew across on that. I'm looking at it now. He drew a cross on the obelisk and he gave it to me and he said dumb tight. This is a gift from the holy spirit. And it's it's just pewter anonymous at this little black cross. He drew with these texts on the crystal and he knows he knows. That's all i can say. I was talking with fire. The bob wants and him and i. We were talking in melbourne. And he should bill. We've been to the mountaintop. Whatever that means and the deli lama has to talk about a couple of came to after the child dot and i suppose that illustrates the risks of love. The the risks. You open yourself up to with that..

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"calais" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

02:53 min | 2 months ago

"calais" Discussed on Conversations

"It's just the. I do a lot of meditation. And i find that the moments of kinda supreme gre- lack citation get transported into this nothingness in everything which is surrounded by warm plowing love. I can't explain it more than that interesting. Words in that rule of uses the word cultivates. Cultivate loving this and compassion. This is something to your mind that requires fort in conscious effort to do this bill. It's doing it's doing. We talk a lot about things but it's doing of them. You can talk about love. You talk about what love is and this and that and the other but you have to do it you actually have to reach out and love people and sometimes that can be hard. It's kinda like you do it until it becomes you do it over and over and over again you do it. You just do it like when. I came to shield here. There were basically ten elderly ladies. Who all wore hats to church and call one another meese nice them. We're all night. And i became like my aunts and i miss them every day. I miss everyday because we formed a bond. That was really strong. I don't i said i'm never gonna leave ashville until buried all of you and sure there were there were dramas now and then and different things but we stuck together wall of a stuck together and i'm loving. This just grew. It just grew it. Grows if you look after it it grows of gotta plant in my office. You know i had it in to teen and everything and now put it in a in a big part and i've got some fertilizer in the ground in it and all of that and all of a sudden gone crazy. It'll take for my room so and loves to beat light that you know we get battered by life and we don't want to open a ourselves up anymore. We want to shy away. Because what i found his trauma can either break your break you open and you have to all the time allow trauma to break you open and then you find a loving relationship but it's doing it. It's not thinking about that. It's doing it as a magnify. The be inclined. I seem to see divine causes in bluff but of course evolutionary biologist would have a much more boring explanation. Which would say oh. It's going to be able to listen biology in humans of needed to band together to kill the woolly..

"calais" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

02:53 min | 2 months ago

"calais" Discussed on Conversations

"It's just the. I do a lot of meditation. And i find that the moments of kinda supreme gre- lack citation get transported into this nothingness in everything which is surrounded by warm plowing love. I can't explain it more than that interesting. Words in that rule of uses the word cultivates. Cultivate loving this and compassion. This is something to your mind that requires fort in conscious effort to do this bill. It's doing it's doing. We talk a lot about things but it's doing all of them. You can talk about love you talk about what love is and this and that and the other but you have to do it you actually have to reach out and love people and sometimes that can be hard. It's kinda like you do it until it becomes you do it over and over and over again you do it. You just do it like when. I came to shield here. There were basically ten elderly ladies. Who all wore hats to church and call one another meese sized them. We're all night. And i became like my aunts and i miss them every day. I miss everyday because we formed a bond. That was really strong in. I said i'm never gonna leave ashville until buried all of you and sure there were there were dramas now and then and different things but we stuck together wall of a stuck together and i'm loving. This just grew. It just grew it grows. If you look after it it grows of gotta plant in my office. You know i had it in to teen and everything and now put it in a in a big part and i've got some fertilizer in the ground in it and all of that and all of a sudden gone crazy. It'll take for my room so and loves to beat light that you know we get battered by life and we don't want to open a ourselves up anymore. We want to shy away. Because what i found his trauma can either break your break you open and you have to all the time allow trauma to break you open and then you find a loving relationship but it's doing it. It's not thinking about that. It's doing it as a magnify. The be inclined. I seem to see divine causes in bluff but of course evolutionary biologist would have a much more boring explanation. Which would say oh. It's going to be able to listen biology in humans of needed to band together to kill the woolly..

"calais" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

03:55 min | 2 months ago

"calais" Discussed on Conversations

"Goes way back to my relationship with my father. Because i was born the apple of my mother's i in lots of ways and he was the war and then he came back and he wanted to be the apple of my mouth soul so like can pushed out and push down and so i was always really struggling to find myself. That's the best way i can explain. And i could never really live up to his expectations of what he wanted and what he wanted me to be and my brother who was born just afterwards. He was the apple of my father's eyes. So if somebody had said to me bill. You're adopted on. Why haven't you told me earlier. And so i feel very very close to people who feel like that who feel unloved. All unaided oil. Whatever your first rule in your book is to cultivate loving nece and compassion. I love talking about love on this program for some reason to it nearly often enough. What is love to you anyway. What is its main quality few. You is it a kind of surrender. Look somebody rang me the other day and i was saying all i want is for somebody to love me and i thought about that and i thought but the first thing you've got to do is love. You can't be like an empty fissile soaking up. Everybody else's love unless you gave love. How can you receive it. It's a magic thing it's connected to all these and everything that is and so many people talk about it being timeless and the media at the same time it's the glue that bonds us all together. It's the energy out of which all these created. Every time i hear people talk of love. It's always expressed in terms of wonderful paradoxes. It's the surrender that makes you powerful. It makes you feel excited and relaxed at the same time. Yeah years ago. I was involved with this famous couple. Who were trying to have a baby and it wouldn't come. The baby wouldn't come this decades ago and they tried everything and it all filed all of that and then i just saw to adopt and of course the moment. They signed the adoption papers. She fell pregnant sort of thing and there was great rejoicing. And all of that. I could never have another child after that but they had the child and at four months sit died in copy and the mother was screaming down the fine to me early. In the morning the bible was still dating the call. She was destroyed and he was destroyed. They were it was awful awful and aunt sitting with them and i suddenly realized right at this moment when everything was taken from them at that moment all i were talking about was love. She was talking about mom and dad and brothers and the sisters and everybody who loved her and she loved and it was just and i thought how in this blackest black black times. All you can talk about these slav. It was like looking right into her. Soul and seeing lots of tiny candle fine and the light of the love was penetrating the darkness. If you get what. I mean i can't explain it any more than that..

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"calais" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

03:55 min | 2 months ago

"calais" Discussed on Conversations

"Goes way back to my relationship with my father. Because i was born the apple of my mother's i in lots of ways and he was the war and then he came back and he wanted to be the apple of my mouth soul so like can pushed out and push down and so i was always really struggling to find myself. That's the best way i can explain. And i could never really live up to his expectations of what he wanted and what he wanted me to be and my brother who was born just afterwards. He was the apple of my father's eyes. So if somebody had said to me bill. You're adopted on. Why haven't you told me earlier. And so i feel very very close to people who feel like that who feel unloved. All unaided oil. Whatever your first rule in your book is to cultivate loving nece and compassion. I love talking about love on this program for some reason to it nearly often enough. What is love to you anyway. What is its main quality few. You is it a kind of surrender. Look somebody rang me the other day and i was saying all i want is for somebody to love me and i thought about that and i thought but the first thing you've got to do is love. You can't be like an empty fissile soaking up. Everybody else's love unless you gave love. How can you receive it. It's a magic thing it's connected to all these and everything that is and so many people talk about it being timeless and the media at the same time it's the glue that bonds us all together. It's the energy out of which all these created. Every time i hear people talk of love. It's always expressed in terms of wonderful paradoxes. It's the surrender that makes you powerful. It makes you feel excited and relaxed at the same time. Yeah years ago. I was involved with this famous couple. Who were trying to have a baby and it wouldn't come. The baby wouldn't come this decades ago and they tried everything and it all filed all of that and then i just saw to adopt and of course the moment. They signed the adoption papers. She fell pregnant sort of thing and there was great rejoicing. And all of that. I could never have another child after that but they had the child and at four months sit died in copy and the mother was screaming down the fine to me early. In the morning the bible was still dating the call. She was destroyed and he was destroyed. They were it was awful awful an aunt sitting with them and i suddenly realized right at this moment when everything was taken from them at that moment all i were talking about was love. She was talking about mom and dad and brothers and the sisters and everybody who loved her and she loved and it was just and i thought how in this blackest black black times. All you can talk about these slav. It was like looking right into her. Soul and seeing lots of tiny candle fine and the light of the love was penetrating the darkness. If you get what. I mean i can't explain it any more than that..

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"calais" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

05:41 min | 2 months ago

"calais" Discussed on Conversations

"Can build a brand and this and that the other but often this bill the person who struggles at times and i was struggling with that just doing build a brand. That's what i was doing. And i was in london and i had one lift and i thought i don't want to waste this day and ended up going to the jungle in kelly and that's where all the refugees congregating trying to get to that best inner freedom england. Who said you can't come and i was with them and that were people just like may trying to build a new life. You know and. I can't talk of how terrible it was for people. It's the worst refugee situation or whatever saying and why what was wrong. What was what was going on there. That made a place so troublesome endanger it was an old it was an all to space to stump that had become a flood plain on which was living fifteen twenty thousand people now. Amenities really anything. The french authorities didn't want them. They had to go through lines and lines of buses filled with armed counterterrorism delays. All of that sort of stuff so it was an awful place. It was way at the forgotten of the world where they come from bill. What kind of laced. Africa united there was every nation on earth and every religion on earth there as well every every persecuted minority group. You could think of whether it's because class or religion or of Money whatever a lot of the miles young miles because the family had put together any money. They could said that. The fate of the family back home rested on these young miles and they were very very aware of that responsibility and so disparate. And i've always been a great great fan of the twelve step movement and found a sign which said anti narcotics anonymous meeting tonight. Did that mean there was a few drugs circulating through the camp. Now these were people trying to get off yes. A lot of them had been a construction because nothing much to do and these people were really struggling trying to get offered. And so i go into this group. And sitting. in the group there was probably twenty men and women of all different nationalities. And they were all telling the story which in the nfc tradition do an being translated into french. And i couldn't understand anything of it but were all the stores from the vices. So you could see the story and it went around the group and got to me and said. I'm bill from australia. And i said english english and i said now i can't get to england and then for some reason it all has and i said are. I'm bill from australia. And i've had to stuff marriages are set in. My kids have suffered..

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"calais" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

05:30 min | 2 months ago

"calais" Discussed on Conversations

"That's what i was doing. And i was in london and i had one lift and i thought i don't want to waste this day and ended up going to the jungle in kelly and that's where all the refugees congregating trying to get to that best inner freedom england. Who said you can't come and i was with them and that were people just like may trying to build a new life. You know and. I can't talk of how terrible it was for people. It's the worst refugee situation or whatever saying and why what was wrong. What was what was going on there. That made a place so troublesome endanger it was an old it was an all to space to stump that had become a flood plain on which was living fifteen twenty thousand people now. Amenities really anything. The french authorities didn't want them. They had to go through lines and lines of buses filled with armed counterterrorism delays. All of that sort of stuff so it was an awful place. It was way at the forgotten of the world where they come from bill. What kind of laced. Africa united there was every nation on earth and every religion on earth there as well every every persecuted minority group. You could think of whether it's because class or religion or of Money whatever a lot of the miles young miles because the family had put together any money. They could said that. The fate of the family back home rested on these young miles and they were very very aware of that responsibility and so disparate. And i've always been a great great fan of the twelve step movement and found a sign which said anti narcotics anonymous meeting tonight. Did that mean there was a few drugs circulating through the camp. Now these were people trying to get off yes. A lot of them had been a construction because nothing much to do and these people were really struggling trying to get offered. And so i go into this group. And sitting. in the group there was probably twenty men and women of all different nationalities. And they were all telling the story which in the nfc tradition do an being translated into french. And i couldn't understand anything of it but were all the stores from the vices. So you could see the story and it went around the group and got to me and said. I'm bill from australia. And i said english english and i said now i can't get to england and then for some reason it all has and i said are. I'm bill from australia. And i've had to stuff marriages are set in. My kids have suffered..

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COVID-19 Long Haulers Get Specialized Help

60-Second Science

02:13 min | 4 months ago

COVID-19 Long Haulers Get Specialized Help

"Early. In the pandemic there were some reports of people with odd symptoms such as fatigue and memory issues that continued long after their acute infection. Now these long haulers are getting some specialized help more and more. Data's coming out about long cohen. That's serious physical and mental effects that can last half the year after people. I get infected. The latest study came out last week in the journal. Nature medicine researchers looked at health records for a few hundred people in bergen norway. That was almost everyone in the city. Diagnosed with cohen. During several months in twenty twenty overall sixty one percent of the group had symptoms six months after they were first infected. Their most common problem was fatigue followed by difficulty concentrating. Disturb smell or taste memory trouble and a hard time breathing to striking things about these patients. One was that many had just a mild or moderate case of kobe at the star. The other was that a were young age. Sixteen to thirty other. Studies have reported similar symptom cluster. Such as one by university washington. Researchers that found about thirty percent of people was covered. Had these lingering troubles to doctors know what's causing these problems. That still a mystery. Tanya some people have organ damage related to the virus infection but some do not doctors are trying to figure out how best to treat them. Siam contributor melville newsome wrote this week about new covered recovery clinics that treat the whole patient rather than making people run from a lung doctor to a neurologist to an immunologist patients say the coordinated care helps and they feel more hopeful since they're being taken seriously and not dismissed as crank cases the nih is also taking it seriously spending about a billion dollars to study the disease. It now has an official job breaker of name post acute so calais of sars kobe to infection melba notes. However there's racial imbalance showing up at these clinics overwhelmingly. The people referred there are white but people of color are more likely to get cove it so access barriers. Such as lack of health insurance are likely keeping care away from many people who need it. It's yet another burden added to the healthy body. that's already hurting people. In the

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New Data Released on Long Covid

60-Second Science

02:08 min | 4 months ago

New Data Released on Long Covid

"Early. In the pandemic there were some reports of people with odd symptoms such as fatigue and memory issues that continued long after their acute infection. Now these long haulers are getting some specialized help more and more. Data's coming out about long cohen. That's serious physical and mental effects that can last half the year after people. I get infected. The latest study came out last week in the journal. Nature medicine researchers looked at health records for a few hundred people in bergen norway. That was almost everyone in the city. Diagnosed with cohen. During several months in twenty twenty overall sixty one percent of the group had symptoms six months after they were first infected. Their most common problem was fatigue followed by difficulty concentrating. Disturb smell or taste memory trouble and a hard time breathing to striking things about these patients. One was that many had just a mild or moderate case of kobe at the star. The other was that a were young age. Sixteen to thirty other. Studies have reported similar symptom cluster. Such as one by university washington. Researchers that found about thirty percent of people was covered. Had these lingering troubles to doctors know what's causing these problems. That still a mystery. Tanya some people have organ damage related to the virus infection but some do not doctors are trying to figure out how best to treat them. Siam contributor melville newsome wrote this week about new covered recovery clinics that treat the whole patient rather than making people run from a lung doctor to a neurologist to an immunologist patients say the coordinated care helps and they feel more hopeful since they're being taken seriously and not dismissed as crank cases the nih is also taking it seriously spending about a billion dollars to study the disease. It now has an official job breaker of name post acute so calais of sars kobe to infection melba notes. However there's racial imbalance showing up at these clinics overwhelmingly. The people referred there are white but people of color are more likely to get cove it so access barriers. Such as lack of health insurance are likely keeping care away from many people who need it.

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Noah Gragson Attempting Daytona 500

The Final Lap

01:21 min | 9 months ago

Noah Gragson Attempting Daytona 500

"Noah gregson is an attempt to make his first ever career cup series. Start at the daytona five hundred this year for beard motorsports and he tells us how and when this whole thing came about well. I was It'll happen over thanksgiving. I started with. I was the my room. Vegas and about midday burning on. Thanks me and he asked me. If i wanted to buy have opportunity with junior motorsports through contracts. Run other tars. He didn't really give me much more than that at first and by probably and he's like i at all Alcohol kelly kelley earnhardt miller. And that's my boss so off calais and he called you the next day. He's like Would you wanna run. Mike are for the daytona. Five hundred and twenty twenty one and i thought he was messing up here. Probably can't say exactly that it's like. Hey are you blinking me with me. Messing with me. And he Now i want you to run my car. So that was. That was really cool. i'm. Kelly gave him a thumbs up. Thumbs up for me to to run that hard. He said he called jimmy. Johnson i and give me david so i was the second pick which is was pretty pretty surreal but nonetheless love

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"calais" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:18 min | 10 months ago

"calais" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"19 last week. Governor John Bel Edwards ordered flags flown at half staff in his memory and in a statement said Let Lowe will be remembered for his hard work, dedication and public service to Louisiana. Hello was elected in December in a runoff election for the sprawling fifth District U. S House, He was to fill the seat being vacated by retiring Congressman Ralph Abram. And as France struggles to get infection rates under control officials implemented a new curfew in the eastern part of the country where the virus is spreading rapidly. Rebecca Rossman has more The new restrictions affect 15 jurisdictions in the North, eastern and southeastern part of the country. The rest of France, meanwhile, will continue to be under an 8 p.m. curfew that replaced a nationwide lockdown in mid December. France has the highest number of covert 19 cases in Western Europe with 2.6 million infections since the start of the pandemic. In a sign of improvement daily, new infections dropped to fewer than 3500 on Saturday. However, only 332 people have been inoculated compared to more than 180,000. People in Germany for NPR News on Rebecca Rossman in Calais, France. Wikileaks founder Julian Assad finds out next week whether he will be extradited from the U. K to the U. S to face espionage charges over the publication of Secret American military documents. Relating to the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. U. S prosecutors indicted the 49 year old on 17 espionage charges and one charge of computer misuse. They all carry a maximum sentence of 175 years in prison. ASanchez he's a journalist entitled to First Amendment protections. This is NPR. This is W. N. Y. C in New York. I'm Lance. Lucky. A New York City man has been arrested on rape and other charges for an alleged attack. New Year's Eve. The NYPD says they've charged 23 year old Elijah Kelly with rape, strangulation and other crimes. The midtown Manhattan attack shortly before midnight Thursday. Police say Kelly barged into the woman's home after knocking on the door and telling her he was delivering a package. The woman has been discharged from the hospital. It's not clear if Kelly has a lawyer who could respond to the allegations. M. Today's new fair payment system, known as Omni is officially online Got to Miss Sophia Chang has the low down.

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No Christmas Eve joy for truckers stuck in UK virus gridlock

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:30 sec | 10 months ago

No Christmas Eve joy for truckers stuck in UK virus gridlock

"And slowly past checkpoints in the Port Dover city and headed across the English Channel to Calais after France partially reopened its borders with Britain following a scare over rapidly spreading new virus variants. Thousands of truckers and travelers remain trapped in mass gridlock at Dover Port on Christmas Eve, held up by slow delivery of coronavirus tests. Anyone entering France from Britain now requires a negative test to proceed.

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France allows British cargo, passengers in after virus scare

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 10 months ago

France allows British cargo, passengers in after virus scare

"Right from Britain and passengers with a negative virus tests have begun arriving on French shores of the fronts relax a two day blockage over new virus variants that isolated Britain stranded thousands of drivers and raised fears of shortages Associated Press reporters witnessed a fiery pulling into the French port of Calais before Dorn and trains carrying freights and car passengers were allowed to cross to the continent beneath the English Channel again people arriving from Britain are required to have a virus test capable of detecting the new variants according to a late night and green meant reached up to forty eight hours of frenzied negotiations among French British and even sorties I'm in Zaria Shockley

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Brexit negotiations extended

Monocle 24: The Globalist

07:50 min | 11 months ago

Brexit negotiations extended

"The brexit negotiations have been extended. It's been a tense weekend of talks which ended without a resolution except that the teams will continue to bargain. Darn mccaffrey's urine news political editor. Ann joins me now. Darna blustery man and a crumpled face and impeccably turned out an utterly composed woman libertine and lutheran images of boris johnson's meeting with usher underlying dominated the front pages and it seemed to me at least pretty much characterize the tone of the brexit negotiations. So can you tell us what happened over the weekend will in many ways. Of course the talks restarted. Again as you say. After that meeting with vonda line and boris johnson in brussels on wednesday nights they did seem not make an awful awful lot of extra progress. They inched forward to a large degree editor. Tina particularly in this area of the level playing field dot es britain would have to adhere to many of the rules and regulations of the european union for years to come that wants to have access to the single market particularly on this idea of divergence. Oh britain wants to forge. Don't power in the world committee regards. That's what brexit is. All rexiti is all about was the european union since she says well. If you do that that means consequences. It means. We may well the limit your access to the single market and the have been suggestions that it britain diverged. Too far the cop. Some of those rules and regulations that brussels could put on what a cold kind of like tariffs taxes on some of its goods to try and keep it into line. And that's been the really controversial area on that point. Europe seems to be conceding some ground that may be britain might be able to reciprocate by doing exactly the same to the eu all that the independent all between posts deciding if britain is undercut those regulations. That in the end that process is a bit more complicated and drawn out and then the eu it initially anticipated all although that's an awful lot of detail on what is a minor point there are still these inefficient gaps but there is a sign of progress and the reason that the talks continued. Go beyond yesterday is done to kind of to simple reasons. A neither side wants to be seen to walk away from these talks. Georgina no wants to collapse them. Because ultimately they'll always be a blame game about who brought about the no deal brexit and second of all you know it may well bore us all to death and there's no home and carry on talking no one loses so why not talk until the cows come home or indeed the. We're not allowed fireworks in us even till they're crackers get pulled. Whatever happens on new year's eve this year. So i mean the talks could actually go on until the deadline which is the thirty first of december. We'll in practical terms not really. Id so that the front pages of today's daily telegraph suggests that talks could carry on until new years. That's the headline. at least though. It doesn't suggest what year which is likely distancing. No i in theory. And i think we all kind of i keep saying this into the last week. I was told last week by an eu diplomat that were looking at the eighteenth around the as well as the last days to secure agreement because then we really all pushing the envelope in terms of actually just having time at all for both the european parliament and the british folder to ratify this agreement. Because it will have to be. There is a deal will need to be ratified by both parliaments. Not there is talk and with the eu everything is flexible that potentially it could be agreed by e you leaders and ratified provisionally in the new year. So almost in retrospect. I'm not entirely sure that can happen with the uk parliament but you know talks will continue at some stage. Somebody's gonna have to make a decision though. I mean they cannot continue indefinitely. And as you've said as the telegraph suggested they definitely cannot continue beyond news because of the legal deadline that is in place. But i mean there are also things like for instance tax systems need more than a fortnight to boot up to change various things. We're also being told that supermarkets have been ordered to stock up the goods. In event of a no deal will cost twenty percent more that there are interim measures to keep planes flying and so on. I mean there's so much detail that needs to be worked out the things that are really interesting about this first of all even if there is a deal it's only really covering about twenty cents of the existing rules and normality. That's already in place which means that's eighty. Percents is either having to be made up by changes that businesses are having to make stuff that you and i won't see but will cost them time and money and additionally the will be disruption because of course will be extra checks at borders particular over in calais and that means that we will see many more pictures of those lorries cues them for after aftermarket after mile. And you're right. We all still likely to see an increase in food prices to a degree. If there is no deal that gets worse because the tariffs potentially william place will be in place sterling will potentially fall even further on those two factors will mean that food prices will likely increase the destruction means that supermarkets already ordering goods talk about destruction to medical supplies and also in the amended. No deal as you rightly dives there will still have to be many deals. Don't breakneck speed to ensure that you know planes continue to be able to fly into european espace. That lorries are able to even enter the opinion so even if there is no overall trade agreements that will still have to be some deals just to make sure that things carry on beyond the. I generally in a relatively normal way now. What about the navy. The royal navy has been told that it should patrol to police channel waters To to stop illegal fishing as it may well be by then Charles michel the president of the european council referring to that said the britain was not lose. Its cooling. Go overboard he said. I'm trying to be serious on the european side. At least we keep our sang for. Yeah i think we'll see what happens with the role now. I mean even in the event of not we'll see what happens with the law. Maybe i'm sure they will patrol and all we're going to get into fish wars that we saw. I think it was back in the nineteen seventies involving iceland's when it really did get a bit nasty and ships were sunk certainly pretty badly damaged in wars over fishing there. You have to remember the european union in its deal contingency. Planning junior suggested that. If britain bolts these breakneck speeds kind of temporary deals. That i was talking about when it comes to the ability to move call goran or indeed planes that they would have to concede that the current agreement on fishing would continue for at least another year. Which makes me think that in the ends. That probably was likely to happen. Not least of all as well because we have to remember no deal. I deal on. Fishing may be banned from both sides and fishing but no deal is also bad. And i'm not entirely sure that the fishing communities of the east coast of england or northern france. Want no deal either. Because that may mean they don't have access to each other's waters but given the acrimony were to see in the nastiness in no deal. Brexit may will also mean that those uk fishermen for example will not be able to sell the fish to the european market.

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Brexit sends ripples of uncertainty down France's coast

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 11 months ago

Brexit sends ripples of uncertainty down France's coast

"Long lines of trucks carrying stockpiles for British companies jam the highways leading to France's northern port of Calais as brexit day gets ever closer French police control slow moving lorries making their way to Calais well close by of the trucks off to stand still one which is trucker who told the AP he would normally hope to those come out in the morning get to Canada and back but not anymore well the secretary general of France's national federation of road transport because the situation catastrophic explaining but these companies want to stockpile goods in anticipation of major administrative formalities brexit may bring it's unclear if they'll be a post brexit trade deal all eight chaotic economic rupture between Britain and the twenty seven member bloc Charles Taylor this month London

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"calais" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:23 min | 1 year ago

"calais" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Week romance or injuries in Calais on Bloomberg radio all right let's talk a little bit this week economics now Kathleen Hayes back with this global economic policy for Bloomberg on the phone from the Poconos healing issue led to his senior as US economist for Bloomberg economics on the phone from Long Island Elaine I want to start with you the jobless claims number we talked about the top of the show still knowing it the prediction knowing the estimates knowing all of that stuff it's still just sort it knocks you back right absolutely and I think people even there's the real numbers will continue to rights and we will continue to see similar reading for the next few weeks I believe this that last week's are reading was probably a little bit cool war than it would have been given that that you would look Friday holiday and some offices will close still but still a lot of backlogs in processing the data and we hear it from everywhere and in both the Lee and from the department of labor well so the of the department you are not fully capable of processing all claims for the coming in so it's not so get ready for more I never yet basically and basically that would imply a double digit unemployment rate in the April payrolls report as well as them like about payroll decline in millions and millions of yeah you know Kathleen Hays come on in global economics and policy editor Bloomberg news so you know we have seen different cycles and I do know this one is different because we understand clearly why the numbers are so falling off the cliff and yet I do get increasingly as each day goes by and each day we are closed and shut down and I understand why we are I do worry about our ability to come back from this certainly it is so interesting to I think that's what we hear you know you guys are the same kind of question you get the same kind of answer from investors and strategists that what do you like who you like what do you think of the economy are you going to go back into stocks for example are you going to follow this bond rally got going today with the thirty year bond yield down to one point two zero six you know it's it's all over a morning appointment have higher in price but but they often say is show me which country show me which you know industry the money's going to get quickest people seem to be an economist and certain investors seem to think that if the government in the US the governments around the world to get the money to people back to the people survive for the small minute meeting businesses survive there's something to re kindled when we are at that point when we've gotten the vaccine or we just gotten far enough in knowing how to handle this virus we can keep it under control as we gradually reopened our economy that is what is going to be so key I think said officials realize that too that's why you have rocked Kaplan president Alice that speaking to Bloomberg TV today and saying you know we were open to see more emergency aid for the hardship areas or maybe it hasn't gotten to yet we have a bit of a hassle in in in the house representatives in Washington over this next round of stimulus messages should go to the you know the pocket that paycheck project or not but that's obviously on the cable so that's still a step in the right direction you know John Williams interesting speaking of treasury because but president of the New York fed's speaking virtually for the economic club of New York saying he has nothing else on the treasure valley is overrated to Sir he's not worried about a certain point although he's kind of on card for it but all these things out there but if you're looking for what the fed is doing to deal with it they are still ready to do more what everybody's whatever they say it seems like they always are ready to say whatever we have to do we will can you just elaborate on what you were saying John Williams also said today that the economy will need fast and physical support for the next couple of years so are you coming from coming from the economist and it's starting to look a lot like this will be with us for quite a long time even if we are to see a restart of economic activity and we know the president will be talking later on tonight but think about it in terms of sectors in terms of economic sectors business investment will not restart right away because companies are losing money corporate profits are gonna pull on it right so if you look at housing sector of construction of the construction sector is not building houses so there will be nothing to sell and buy and so on so you know consumers will give the checks with the vice but they will not have enough savings to offset spending at other levels please the work before the crisis the back leg as well so I think it will be a prolonged and quite frankly a very weak recovery and so at eight Kathleen just to round it out I mean what what do you look for next either from the fed either rhetorically or or in action I don't expect the fed I don't know well I mean they may see a pile of a place actually rob Bostick who speaking virtually to the Georgia chamber of commerce right now on satellite my new open I just got it on you right now he he was saying earlier to gain another talk that he wants to make sure that meaning that many gets messed up probably as you know we've got the nearly five court he wants to make sure that goes in the right place of I think for now the fed watchers is what happens and I think the fed still believes he may be right the economy is a feeling they just gave us all the things are to be hit so hard that when the stimulus with the sense that he was doing okay right before the crisis started is it possible that maybe it will pick yourself up a little quicker than we think and if you have someone like John Williams you know even a retreat at the fence and we see the need for monitoring this for the next couple of quarters maybe I'll do everything I can Hey Alina thirty seconds here run away inflation though do we have to be worried about that because of all yeah just quickly don't worry about inflation right now and that John will Williams also said you know it will come back when he T. and it's strong enough so that's not on the third grader well when the St when the fed fairy god parents say don't worry about it look at it take it for now yeah we'll take it all right Kathleen Hays thanks so much go back and I was in policy editor for Bloomberg Yelena selective as senior US economist for Bloomberg economics lesson we are going to hear some comments I think later on at this hour of the hour from California governor Gavin Newsom always interested to hear what he's going to say resident today so that's kind of important and I feel like what he has to say really help set up kind of parameters for how we get back to normal all right let's get back to all the national news headlines back over to.

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"calais" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"calais" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Agreed to trade defensive end Calais is payable to the ravens for a fifth round pick in this year's draft patriots and safety Devin McCourty reportedly agree on a two year deal worth twenty three million dollars with seventy million guaranteed and identified Yankees rider leader is the first major or minor league baseball player to test positive for the corona virus according to the Yankees the player that was diagnosed woke up Friday morning with symptoms I was tested that day the NBA jazz center Rudy go bear the first NBA player to test positive for covert nineteen released a video urging people to take precautions to limit the corona virus from spreading you also provided up to and how he's doing this for myself I've been feeling a little better every single day thanks to have kept people of Utah in Oklahoma City and all the great people around go bare as I mentioned the first NBA player to test positive NBA referee Courtney Kirkland reportedly tested negative for corona virus NC double a senior vice president of basketball did Gavin announced that brackets will not be released for the canceled division one men's and women's basketball tournaments are Peter Schwartz Olympic city USA Colorado springs scored thirteen.

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"calais" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"calais" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Kobi Calais even as the release of their debut project called canyons coming out in June all of the thirteen songs featured in this project were written by the quartet themselves which includes a Mister Calais Jason Reeves now the joy ingestion young released their new single slowdown by then I was in the new so what we think is playing in the background ladies like their first single that we played a couple months ago I kind of get a little Fleetwood Mac five from them but yeah we should that would be yeah I love the way back so it's a good California almost country seventies kind of rock like I like it yeah yeah well we've we've got it you like it Victoria we got it that's right yes we are Jennifer Victoria care at your service and on your side on the JV program I'm Doug Stephens twenty eight after the hour here on the program the Wednesday program how to meditate in sixty seconds this is emotional management I'm doctor Christian county meditation is like exercise for your brain it's extremely healthy for you I only have sixty seconds to tell you how to do it right now kind of are you some of the seconds up so here are five quick tips one find a quiet place if you can't get to sit upright because meditation is different lounging three close your eyes so you minimize distractions for sit still because it said the quiet body can produce a quiet line five focus on taking slow controlled breaths.

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Colbie Caillat on Overcoming Stage Fright + Her new band Gone West + Getting Discovered on MySpace at 20 Years Old

Bobbycast

07:37 min | 1 year ago

Colbie Caillat on Overcoming Stage Fright + Her new band Gone West + Getting Discovered on MySpace at 20 Years Old

"Are episode to twenty-eight with Calais was telling you we were just talking and I said just roll on it so we started doing this podcast Mike. How long ago like three years ago and I was just doing it for my house because I was like you know what I'd like to talk too long former actual songwriters and I'd like to kind of go a little deeper because F- friends and I do comedy and I write books so it's it's different. It's this exposure to a different kind of the process. You get people see the stage but they don't see everything else and so we started doing it thinking nobody would listen because we think I. It was just a passion project. Yeah but I would bring on my favorite song writers and again I was being very selfish because some of my friends that I would never get to ask real deep questions about work with because you just don't do that with your friends. Yeah maybe you do the settings right but you don't go to dinner with your friend and their wife and go so track six so So it started from that and then as it started to get bigger and bigger than sponsors. Wanted to get involved and now it's like one of the biggest is amazing so we didn't expect it to be this and that's the whole thing and everybody comes to the house. That's great 'cause I don't want to go back to the studio. This is perfect. Yeah do you live close to here? Yeah you do Fire some people were like be there at six. Pm and then. Joe Detail Mike. What hour and forty minutes to get that how? I'm not sure if he walked control. There's bad traffic here. But that's a little much. Well good to see you get to see what's happening Being good had some a little bit of time off after the holidays and we had a lot you know with the Gone West. The Band of men. We've been touring a lot the last year so it was nice to have some time back in California with family. And now it's going to be back here in Nashville. So when you guys start back as gone West you kind of have to start over again. Which is I guess. Probably Weird feed have to start over but also it's gotta be weird to start over but everybody already knows who you are when you're trying to spread it amongst four. Yeah like I. That would be an uncomfortable thing you have to deal with. Upfront. I'm sure so you walk into a radio station your call we Kelly. You have three people. Nobody's ever heard of yet. How does that? How does that work? Well Yeah it's interesting and I think the funny part about it is. I wanted to be in a band because I the spotlight would be off me and it would just you know I. It wouldn't just be only me and it's not now it's all of us but there is still that factor that you know they. They know who I am and they know my music and there's a lot of them that want extra picture after with just me or they want they request one of my songs and it's been an interesting thing to balance because you don't want to upset people but I also want it to be focused on Gone West in all still do my music on the side but I it's just a balance that we're learning still basically. Do you have to have that conversation with the guys and I'm sure they know going into it as well. I mean you're famous and they're really great musicians but they're not famous yet So is that something you guys sit in a room and go okay. Here's what's GonNa Happen Now. We're going to deal with it because I do my show all the time. Do we have to talk about scenarios? That could probably happen whenever we'd went something like this just to be prepared for that's smart. That's a really good idea. No therapy no like paramore. Go to therapy as a group. Oh no there's group therapy okay. I mean therapies healthy. There's a lot of different dynamics and we all started out as friends like we've been friends for about fourteen years and were two couples in the band. And I think that we've all been our own solo artists and individual songwriters into now. Do this all together. It's it's an important thing for us to be able to get how have helped with our communication basically molly good like next level sounding good. I didn't know you were good but I didn't know until you guys played just how good you were and I think maybe you're having to do that now. Go show people. Yeah Yeah we're having we're we're going to play our songs and we love this album that we made and it's it's taken us like two and a half years to write this album but we wrote it all together and and yeah I think just the factor of of with with my name in the band. they all knew that going into it and they so it's nothing that they were you know can have an issue with or or be worried about you know everyone was prepared. They've known me forever so they knew that was a part of it now. Are you only doing on West? Or you also doing solo stuff. I'm doing occasional solo stuff but not really like I'll do a show here and there are festival but we're GONNA s taking up so much of our time. So you're saying you're not pursuing anything solo like creating and putting out new music. Is Kobe not right now. I want to like I want to start doing that. In the next couple of months and You know I I right by myself at home. Sometimes but I want to book some sessions just for me that I can think of putting out in the future but there's no plan for that as of yet. 'cause yeah is the co a little weird to you that it's such a Culture Nashville since you do write a lot by yourself. Well I've used to co writing so all my most of my songs have in my first album. I co wrote with Jason Reeves. Susan Gone West and I think the difference is in La as an artist. We you know I would ride on the road but I would. I would mainly right when I have a an album. I'm writing for and keep stuff like in the bank so I'd I'd start something on the road and I bring it into a session in La and I think the difference here is is people right like one two songs a day. It's like a nine to five job and they're so They're so professional at it there so you know well just their craft has been so Mastered and so for me. I take along a break before I ride again and so I think that's been the interesting thing about coming here and having to write more often is I didn't do that with my Solo career. I would start songs by myself. And I'd I'd book some writing sessions you know here and there and then. I'd have an album in here. You you end up writing a lot. More you mentioned Jason wrote the saw or you and Jason worked on the first record together. Do you guys have been writing together. That long yeah. Wow Yeah so. How did you to initially start working or get to know each other? It's kind of crazy so It ultimately it was from The the guy who ended up producing my album cocoa Michael Blue. He was one of my dad's. My Dad had a record. Label and Michael. Blue was an artist at the time and he was signed to him and then ended up just going on to being a producer. So I had met Michael Back then I was like fifteen and Michael heard me sing I was just like harmonising next to him in the studio and he was like. Oh my God I should get you in the studio and so that was my first start of like being the studios working with Michael Blue and someone that he knew on a who she also worked for my dad back in the day. She met Jason Randomly in New York for something and basically they connected. Us thinking Jason us to come to l later right and you guys you should just be friends that was basically all it was I had never written. I'd written one song in my life. No one I was nineteen nineteen and a half and so jason came to L. A. They asked me to pick them up from the studio because he needed a friend like an a friend in La and we wrote a song together that night and that was the first. Go right that we ever had. We didn't plan to have occurred right. We just wrote in my bedroom at my house and thousand oaks and so that's really how we met. It was crazy for this whole like full circle here. Well Yeah. So that's why that's how this ban. Kinda came about is so Jason's wife Donell. Who is in the reindeer girls? She's lived in Nashville for fifteen years And then Me and my fiance Justin Who've been together for ten years and We moved here to to try living in a new city and it just kind of progressed we all hung out and we all started writing songs together and suddenly turned it into a

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"calais" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"calais" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Is Angela Calais with benefit realty where you'll get full service for last benefit dance realty dot com with respect that was quick I I take away that you like time better than you like me taking away from and he just wouldn't stop we're just gonna break every minute you take off my shows one minute I have to work so put your feet up it's like a bonus all right we are late but we are ready eight thirty one from W. T. M. Z. breaking news center change that now thank you Steve Bernie Sanders winds new Hampshire's presidential primary nearly edging out moderate rival people to judge in scoring the first clear victory in the democratic party's twenty twenty nomination fight any clubbers are finishing a strong third giving her campaign an unexpected boost charges filed in connection with the fatal shooting in Sheboygan that last week Daniel mayor is facing a charge of first degree intentional homicide and possible life in prison if convicted of the murder of twenty three year old Michael Kerr she was found dead on the sidewalk February sixth police say the two were at odds because of an ongoing dispute between some teenagers they knew a seventeen year old girl facing a felony count of harboring or eating a felon in connection with that case health officials say the number of new corona virus cases has dropped for the second straight day but the growing outbreak has now infected about forty five thousand people and killed more than eleven hundred Chinese leader xi Ching paying vowing to help offset the economic damage caused by the outbreak his government's response has been criticized both at home and abroad type of the W. T. M. J. drinking SLC its market update at the opening bell everything is up the Dow is up one fifty and twenty nine thousand four twenty six the nasdaq up sixty eights at ninety six ninety seven the S. and P. is up sixteen at thirty three seventy checking out the roadways forest any laws guns are going out well it's still a little bit backed up in places ninety four eastbound showing about a thirteen minute ride between zero and downtown I'm seen delays from about eighty four street through the stadium interchange also forty three cellphones pretty hefty ride right now we've got delays coming in from before Silver Spring although we don't pass locust reign of road rage downtown is clocking in at twenty two minutes a ten minute back up a I don't have any word of in an accident there but you're definitely seeing those delays to give yourself some extra time if you have to head south bound on forty three west on ninety four just quick tap the brakes through the stadium ten minutes three minutes extra between downtown and zero and then on a cell phone actually north on ninety four that's actually back to thirteen minutes to get from Ryan road to downtown traffic and weather together on the tense and that the laws get WTMJ palette of you why dot com time saver traffic traffic is sponsored by hall must in Milwaukee well you're navigating the roads as quickly and safely as possible you see something we should know about call the WTMJ Paul Mazda Milwaukee dot com traffic one one four two oh three eighty one hundred the WTMJ five day forecast increasing clouds and then snow moves in late with a high today nice mild thirty eight tonight though snow likely windy one to three inches possible a low of fourteen more snow in the morning could see an additional inch very cold and windy tomorrow high eighteen but Winchell's five to ten below same for Friday sunshine.

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Japan justice minister resigns in election payments scandal

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Japan justice minister resigns in election payments scandal

"The old so the December general election in Japan of falling off to the resignation of a second cabinet minister in the space of a week Bloomberg's Isabel Reynolds has all these details justice minister caps you can Calais stepped down following the magazine's allegations of illegal payments to campaign work is the latest in a series of scandals that's also forced out prime minister sins are based economy minister talk of a December election had amassed a head of a full calendar of events next yeah in Tokyo is a bonus plan by daybreak

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 Japan justice minister resigns in election payments scandal

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Japan justice minister resigns in election payments scandal

"The old survey December general election in Japan of full enough to the resignation of a second cabinet minister in just a week Bloomberg's Isabel Reynolds has the details justice minister caps you can Calais stepped down following the magazine's Alec Asians of illegal payments to campaign workers the latest in a series of scandals that's also post as prime minister Shinzo based economy minister talk of a December election had amassed a head of a full calendar of events next year in Tokyo is opponents claim by daybreak here

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Boris Johnson to suspend parliament in Brexit run-up

The Daily

09:35 min | 2 years ago

Boris Johnson to suspend parliament in Brexit run-up

"In our last episode about Brexit. We spoke for for colleague. Catherine bent hold just after Boris Johnson had suspended parliament and basically cut them out of the decision making process about how brexit would move forward and counter and talked talked about how that had set up this question about what version of democracy would prevail in Britain should be the version that prioritizes the popular will of the British British people who voted for Brexit with or without a deal with the EU which is what Boris Johnson wants or should the version of democracy be allowing parliament element the People's representatives to play a major role in what leaving the e looks like so. How has this all unfolded in the days since Boris Johnson made that move well. I think the answer is that it unfolded resoundingly in favour of parliament as parliament reconvened gene on Tuesday because remember Boris Johnson's suspension of parliament doesn't again for another week or so there was an atmosphere of high-drama NBA's takes the Duchy that when he turns up but our children's school as it was apparent. He's very well behaved fellow. He wouldn't dare behave like that in front with MP's going on TV on the radio the one nation this is not one dogmas complaining about Boris Johnson having committed a constitutional outrage is a constitutional outrage this extraordinarily he needs to be held to account by power but not shutting Dan Parliament and all of this emotion climax of course one of the most remarkable things took place during the statement was to see the member for Bracknell crossed the floor prime minister. You've lost your majority with a member of Boris Johnson's own Conservative Party crossing the aisle in front of the prime administer to sit with members of the Liberal Democratic Party and act which deprive Johnson in one stroke of his majority in parliament. He is it winning friends in Europe. He's losing friends at home his government with no mandate no morals and as of today no majority. Dr Thing so after this very stormy start the next thing that happens is tonight. The United Kingdom has been plunged into even deeper political. Oh chaos the opposition joined by twenty one members of the Conservative Party vote in favor of advancing this legislation that would effectively Saito Boris Johnson. You can't go to Brussels and pull Britain out of the European Union unless you make a deal with the European Union first the majority of British lawmakers including some members of Prime Minister Boris Johnson's own party voted to stop Johnson's plan to leave the European Union without without a withdrawal agreement good stuff the is to the right three hundred twenty eight the nose to the left three hundred one. The is the is heavy. I love so that's the first major defeat. He suffers in his term as prime minister and it's a big one. There is no consensus in this house to leave the European Union without a deal there is no majority see for no deal in the country because it goes straight to the heart of what Boris Johnson said he would do as prime minister <hes> and that is to withdraw withdraw on October thirty first dealer no deal regardless of this situation so when that one conservative lawmaker theatrically flipped on on the floor of parliament it turned out that was a signal of a bigger growing uprising within Boris Johnson's party over this approach he was taking to Brexit. Try to cut Hutt parliament out and just kind of crashed this thing through that's right and it's really very unprecedented. I mean the Conservative Party. British parties in general have iron discipline so to see twenty-one lawmakers peel off and vote against the prime minister and the government is really a wholly unprecedented development in British politics so from the very first session of parliament the British people understood that what they were witnessing with something entirely new in their modern political history and what exactly is underlying these defections affections and rejection of Boris Johnson's plan. I mean why is this so unwanted that even members of his own party are rising up against him. Well the basic fear is that if Britain withdraws from the European Union with no agreement in place overnight overnight it will cause a multitude of major problems you could imagine trucks that transport food and medicine from Europe into Britain being stuck at the border in Calais France. You could imagine chaos at the airports as people who are used to travelling back and forth without passports suddenly suddenly face the prospect of having to show identification you risk in short havoc havoc that could really hurt the economy but could also further polarize the debate over brexit so I think that even within Boris Johnson's party which remember is a party that wholeheartedly supports the goal of pulling out of Europe where e idea of pulling out in this disorderly abrupt way just scared a lot of the members of Johnson's own own party and that fear is what motivated this rebellious so this is not opposition to brexit per se it's opposition to a brexit brexit that creates no predictable trade scenarios ordeals that could suddenly just blow up the function of the British economy. That's that's right many of the rebels if not most of the rebels are on record as saying they think Britain should leave. It's just the way you do it that that is so important and for these twenty one pulling out in a chaotic sudden way is simply too big a risk and that's what they're pushing against or didn't the entire Conservative Party and presumably these rebels who voted against him didn't they know just a couple of weeks back when they elected poorest. Johnson is our prime minister that this is the manner in which he planned to proceed to crash out of the EU without a negotiated deal with the European Union. I mean isn't that understood. Stood that is understood. Yes Boris. Johnson never made any secret of his intentions here but remember. It's not just these twenty-one anyone people who elected Boris Johnson the leader of the Tory party and hence the prime minister he was elected by a slightly broader group of people and so Boris Johnson is tapping into a legitimate view on the part of many members of his party that the time for negotiation the time for for compromise is over and Britain really just needs to pull the Plug uh-huh but to these twenty one rebels he's setting Britain on a horse that they feel ultimately will be economically and politically destructive so they view their role as saying. Hey wait a minute. We want to deliver brexit but we want to do it. In a responsible way in this is not the responsible way to do it. So how did the Prime Minster respond to this rebellion to this smooth in parliament force Johnson does two things. The ruling conservatives are in turmoil. Boys Johnson has kicked hot twenty-one members of his own party after they voted against same disease control of the parliamentary agenda the first thing he does is he carries out what you almost have to call us. Stalinist purge of these rebels rebels. He kicks them out of the Party while I would have to say. Boris Johnson really had the worst week. I mean here he is. He's new. He lost everyone of of his first votes. In parliament which is unprecedented. He purged twenty-one people in his own party because they didn't support him. I mean I think it's kind of dunning and it leads to this extraordinary tableau of these conservative. MP Some of whom have served for decades some of whom are elders of the party giving these emotional farewell speeches in the House of Commons you have the grandson grandson of Winston Churchill Nicholas Soames the speak. I'm not standing of the next section. I'm bus approaching the end a thirty seven years service to this hice of which I've been proud. I'm honored beyond words to be. I'm not I'm showed a very sad that it should end in this way speaking very emotionally nationally about all the years he spent in parliament who have titans of British politics Kenneth Clarke who's known as the father of the house a former Chancellor Chancellor of the exchequer a man who might well have been prime minister himself party tonight. It's been taken over by a Roman knockabout. uh-huh so character

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"calais" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"calais" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Haven't thrown away the idea of shooting a hurricane with a laser we're just trying to we're trying to sort it out we're trying to to test whether this is a good idea or not so. what's the second thought you have you have you had a recommendation. and I would have more songs would be good to play well. song okay songs people Calais. yeah I wanna grab landed to twist and shout it's got everything in it okay is that there is an Irish song it's called Donegal Danny is it's about a guy who's on the station about it because okay and this one model. yeah what would you estimate each one of these songs how long is a two three minutes four minutes maybe Max. twisting normal life so on the other one is pretty long and grand valley but it's exciting and it's you know that was on there and that people could play around their devices even if you don't play it on the radio that could play on their own devices. and that just taking that involve Danny and play it on not like on your we now. your laptop or not when I got to bill thank you for the call bill hooked us up with a couple songs we can play while we wait for this hurricane unfortunately it sounds like we're gonna have to put those songs on repeat four days later that it was fine Donald is a good song I always talk about as a dongle three months ago and I heard that song when I was there like in Ireland like we were on vacation in my family and so feel sometimes that was at least a little bit longer twist and shout I feel like it's real short yeah yeah yeah say that other song what is it seven eight minutes now yeah work or killed like seven or eight minutes or so you hate you realize this hurricane as George Waldburger our meteorologist here he said actually moved backwards for a second yeah it's wobbling was real cruel and unusual that's going backwards at this point honestly especially for the people the Bahamas on a series no but like for our sake to its come on we're one mile an hour now it's going backwards yeah I'm looking at it right now what my I mean it is just it's on our TV is here it is not moving whatsoever another cutting to what the storms actually doing to the Bahamas and it is it is a you know we just pray that people are safe over there and that they have taken at the right precaution a before this hurricane hit and that is the best piece of advice we can give you is stay not only safe but but this stay prepared overly prepared is better I just in case this thing decides it wants to tiptoe in to our into Orlando a little bit so I don't go anywhere we're gonna take more of your calls listen to more open mikes when re be returned. John could you show. this is news ninety six point five W. D. B. O.. turns first for breaking news twenty four hours a day..

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"calais" Discussed on KEXP Song of the Day

KEXP Song of the Day

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"calais" Discussed on KEXP Song of the Day

Argentine submarine found at bottom of Atlantic after year of searching

Bloomberg Law

00:47 sec | 3 years ago

Argentine submarine found at bottom of Atlantic after year of searching

"A local official in northern California has said that the number of people reported missing in the states worst-ever wildfire has soared to more than one thousand sheriff, Cory Rooney. Also confirmed that eight more bodies had been found taking known fatalities to seventy one the White House said that President Trump would visit California on Saturday. Dan. Johnson reports from the town of paradise everyday. Search teams have found more bodies in the ruins. But they're expected to work on for weeks. The fire spread quickly across dry hot woodland and the president initially blamed poor forestry management. But he since issued more careful and supportive statements today he'll see the damage for himself, sparking 'electricity cables. Suspected to have started the fire which was then driven on by warm winds. Some residents are already suing the local power company, but investigators can only say at this stage. They don't believe the fire was started deliberately the United Nations. Envoy to Yemen says he's received firm assurances from both sides in the war that they will attend peace talks before the end of the year. Martin Griffiths told the UN Security Council. He believed the promises genuine that. It could be a crucial moment for Yemen. The UN has warned of a growing humanitarian catastrophe in the country with at least eight million people on the brink of starvation. This is the world news from. The BBC. France is bracing itself for day of traffic kale's. With protesters expected to block key roads across the country following the government's decision to raise fuel prices again. More than a thousand separate locations are expected, including on the Paris ring road, and the main motorway linking the capital with the port of Calais ministers have warned that police will intervene to prevent from being brought to a standstill a summit of leaders from the Asia Pacific grouping APEC has heard repeated appeals in defense of free trade. The Chinese president Xi Jinping told the meeting in Papua New Guinea that attempts to erect barriers were doomed to failure. China is engaged in a trade war with the United States with the two sides. Imposing tariffs on goods worth hundreds of billions of dollars the US. Vice President Mike Pence said Washington would maintain its terrorists policy until China abandoned unfair trade practices. We take a decisive action to address our trade imbalance with China. We put tariffs on two hundred. And fifty billion dollars in Chinese goods, and we could more than double that number. But we hope for the United States though, will not change course, until China changes his ways a court in Brazil has older the valley mining company to pay more than twenty six million dollars compensation to to indigenous groups affected by contamination of their land. Prosecutors say nickel mining has affected the health of tribes in Brazil's Amazon region with serious illnesses and birth defects reported valley says it will appeal the new president of the Maldives Ibrahim Mohammad sully will be sworn in today following his surprise election victory in September. Mr. sully who favors restoring the islands countries, formerly close relations with India will replace the pro Chinese Abdullayeva mean the Indian prime minister Narendra Modi will be inauguration ceremony. Daily has been concerned that the growth of Chinese influence their BBC news. It's six minutes past seven GMT.

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How do you express the absence of feeling?

The Allusionist

05:39 min | 3 years ago

How do you express the absence of feeling?

"Feel that you're very monitor person with language. I thought, perhaps you could tackle this question from Kate. Okay. He says, I hope you might be able to tell me why there is not a word for neutral. Let me explain when I say I don't like the Beatles people assume I dislike the Beatles. However, that is not the case. I neither particularly like nor dislike the Beatles. I neutral the Beatles. Why is that what this situation or is there one? Not just haven't realize it if isn't a word, I feel like the needs to be one. So this your chance Richie to institute one. So she wants just a single word for the act of not feeling anything. Yes, she wants something more efficient than to be indifferent too. I think the problem is she's looking for a verb because neutral is word that exists in different. His word that existed. But these are adjectives to describe the state of something, but she's looking for a verb and it's hard to encapsulate in a word, nothing. Something that is not happening? Yes. The opposite of feeling the absence of verb ING, right? Because she, she neither likes dislikes the Beatles. So what is it that she's doing? She's not doing anything. So I think maybe that's the reason why there is no word, but no verb for the situation. And yet it is a state of being the absence of the feeling is a statement because you're expected to have some kind of positive or negative reaction to the beaches. It's like sometimes I say, I'm well-named rather underwhelmed overwhelmed because the act of not being under overwhelmed. Yeah, isn't it self worth defining? So what would be

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