24 Burst results for "Corsica"

"corsica" Discussed on LoopPraat - D Nederlandse Podcast over Hardlopen

LoopPraat - D Nederlandse Podcast over Hardlopen

01:36 min | Last month

"corsica" Discussed on LoopPraat - D Nederlandse Podcast over Hardlopen

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"corsica" Discussed on THEMOVE

THEMOVE

03:03 min | 3 months ago

"corsica" Discussed on THEMOVE

"Today was talking about stage. Nineteen you've heard for the last almost three weeks from you. Know i mean georgia's a diva license jet around hang with fancy people and fancy places but a land might even be up. I mean even right there right so he recorded that from. Corsica brought our friend alan azizi into the studio today to give us a live reading of where we started. And where we finished. Yeah so today's stage was. This is when you tell us where we started and finished from mall to lebron more. Actually do it again. And i'll do the birds so people don't birds moved via via acade- like but we can thank you by the way i learned. You almost killed me yesterday on the high around. This guy did a u-turn in front of me and said what does this idiot doing. He's going to go down the path as soon as i got behind. You did another u-turn right in front of me. That was practicing my number eight. You're quite aggressive on the bike paths go rolling. Tunnels does the whistle. Like people are supposed to like know. What's coming through that blind. Turn underneath the tunnel every time we go to. Oh this could be really bad. Speed limit on those bypass. That's what i heard. E bikes on that by this is why get aggressive because people are riding these category three e bikes. We don't have to peddle. Like i get it. Pedal assist e bikes. I'm cool if you don't the pedal and you just got to twist the throttle. We'll get on the road now. they're they're flying. How many years in a row of you done this before. The voice over force three four years four years. Do you make good money doing it. The future of the podcast which was what was the first year second year stage in town in central africa. Or someone to help this guy today. Show also brought you hyper is this is a brand. I've been a huge personal fan of for a long time and a consumer Cool story they've got fourteen of the twenty three teams in the tour actively using all of their devices the percussion devices but also the normal techniques and it was fun. I pulled. I was digging through my garage the other week. And i've found my original normative i've been using these for eleven or twelve years now. So we're gonna we're gonna post a picture of the like the original. Og norma tech still in the garage and still works by the way. so now. A part of this great brand High-priced and then this is the new. Hyper vill go which i can hardly ever use anymore because george just constantly steals it Recovery truly essential in this game. These guys massively improved that not just for us but for As i stated all the teams that are fourteen to the twenty three teams in the tour.

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Macron Escalates 'Sausage Wars' After Saying Northern Ireland Is Not in UK

Coffee House Shots

01:41 min | 4 months ago

Macron Escalates 'Sausage Wars' After Saying Northern Ireland Is Not in UK

"Despite the good weather and the com- see at not always been harmonious g seven summit in corpus bay. A row has erupted between boris. Johnson and french president emmanuel macron who in a heated discussion about sausages and post brexit trading difficulties reportedly said that northern ireland was not part of the same country as the rest of the u. k. The foreign secretary spoke to andrew more about the incident. So far as you're aware we've spoken to prime minister. I'm sure did president. Matra franz describe northern ireland's being not a proper full part of the uk when you forgive me if i don't divulge the The detail of what was discussed behind closed doors. This and actually i would. I can tell you there. Is you figures here in carb's bay but frankly for months now and years have characterized the woman that under somehow separate country and that is wrong. It is a failure to understand the facts. It is a failure to appreciate what speaking around northern ireland in those times and approaching the issue of the northern ireland protocol in those terms does causes damage to businesses from both communities in northern ireland. Creates deep consternation. And we wouldn't talk about catalonia in barcelona in barcelona or corsica and france in those ways. What we want now is a flexible approach which looks at all of the provisions in the northern ireland protocol not just those that protect the eu but those that protect free flow between trade between great britain and ireland. The ball is in the us court. The pm was very clear about it. We're willing to be flexible and matic. They must come back with the reciprocal goodwill to make

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In Time for Summer, Europe Sees Dramatic Fall in Virus Cases

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 5 months ago

In Time for Summer, Europe Sees Dramatic Fall in Virus Cases

"Coronavirus infections hospitalizations and deaths are plummeting across the continent also Europe led the world in new cases last fall and winter in waves the cost hundreds of thousands of lives for small roaming knockdowns and overwhelmed intensive care units now X. nation rates are accelerating across Europe and with them the promise of summer vacations on a B. factories for Corsica their hopes for a rebirth but tourism industry that in Spain and Italy alone accounts for thirteen percent of gross domestic product but was wiped out by the pandemic Europe saw the largest decline in U. code nineteen infections and deaths this week compared with any other region according to the World Health Organization and European centre for disease prevention and control about forty four percent of adults had received at least one dose of vaccine I'm sorry a shockingly

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"corsica" Discussed on The Test Drivers

The Test Drivers

05:47 min | 8 months ago

"corsica" Discussed on The Test Drivers

"That we use but it's also about how we work together in teams especially distributed and this episode is full of insights for how huge companies can make this stuff work for them. So go and check it out right now to search for sync up wherever you get your podcasts. As s. y. n. c. u. p. or. Just check the link in the show notes. Gut it out right now. Thanks to sync up for microsoft for the support of this show. Every time has come only for months and months building to this point where i finally amassed all of the parts. Bill my pc. This has been like a super longtime like from what i wanted to do it back to when i bought my Get graphics card like that. Was the first thing that i quiet and then off to the races. Then but solely i have created a picker pot list If you want me to. Just run through everything that i used. Yeah yeah go. I think is good for a refresher. So i have an mississippi was in. Amd rising nine fifty. Nine hundred acts which was given to me by kind benefactor Of is the doctor. hd fifteen cooler. Because i wanted echoing. I wasn't interested in water cooling We went with the acs. Prime x five seventy pro motherboard. This is the thing we really struggled with and there was some particular struggles around that which will talk about of course vengeance. Rgb pro took a bite. So i took a bytes of ram. You'll white one because i've got the My cases leeann eleven. Eleven than meaning. That white so i wanted some some white stuff going on. The motherboard has some white paws to Samsung nine hundred zero one terabyte. Ssd my graphics card. Is the radio on our sixty eight hundred. X t amusing uh silverstone s. affects eight hundred watt power supply I also Went with some additional case. Fans the l l. one twenty from corsica and i.

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"corsica" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:06 min | 10 months ago

"corsica" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"corsica" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

05:15 min | 11 months ago

"corsica" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"corsica" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"corsica" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"There's it's hard right now to find the bone idea because I think they were closed down with covert thing for a little. Also, a lot of the place is having on back order. I had the summit mosquito net bearers for anyways that I was spraying my lawn because there's a lot of chicks in my neighborhood. So I've been spraying the lawn every three weeks for chicks, So I just trade mine for the Beatles and everything. I'm noticing a lot of people between emails and just walking through my neighborhood. A lot of people are having the damage on their roses, Hydrangeas and like the roses, be sure to assume under finish blowing. Get the dead flowers out and could also the first set of leaves off used for one thing. It looks bad. All the dead flowers on there. And if you don't got him, the new girl is slow. We're coming out, too. So if you clean him up the global off quicker and so little Megan finishes necessary. And a lot of people that at home now and then we're gonna do something into your So they said. All us trim the bushes don't find evergreens. You confirm him. No problem. If you have always got it back home without doing any damage. Don't touch the azaleas and throw the damn drones and most only a flowering bushes. You start dreaming those now you're going to cut the flowers off for next year, so anything that blooms that is leave it alone. Evergreens at fine and we should do to issue this. Check your azaleas. What a PH is, But if the Ph is too high and may be good to get a little cotton seed meal Hey, check your bucks would like a high pH. If you get a lot of orders, leaves on the box would probably council deficiency. Then it is good to give us some hide a headline. It gives him plan trust as they get the ring called back gearbox again. And if you have a bad dear problem, you know you can also use mill organized as a deity talent. Corsica sprayed the plans for the dearly felons film along and I doubt doing it says actually, chief He got like, like £36 bag put about $16. You throw that around everywhere. The DEA don't like that. Spell it all they stay away. An addiction is a little bit of fertilizer at the same time. You mentioned hydrangeas and the colors on hydrangeas can range from pink to blue. It has to do with the acidity in the soil and explain that to us See the hydrangea is a savior. Being flowers have one in blue is a little late to call it this season. But if you give him lets a sol soul food or Diana, still faith and at least next year even have blue flowers. Same if you won't think flowers. You're going to give him hydrated line that makes him Don't think again, like most of time is a couple of applications you have to do check the pH. I like If you know the PH is high, you can expect pink flowers have more acidic soil. We're gonna get blue flowers. She We had a big one behind the office and after I was about 56 wheeled across and close to the.

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"corsica" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"corsica" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Just search credit restoration about before you call your creditors and tell them that you're having an issue as a result of this pandemic have a plan in place right it's it's important for you as a consumer it not only reach out but to reach out in and have an idea of what you can do what how how much of your car payment can be made how much of your credit card minimum monthly payments can you make how much of your mortgage can you make I think we're going to see banks waiving fees things like ATM fees and late charges in overpayments and in those kinds of things overdue bank account Corsica escapes me right come to me and then just a minute but you know to talk over draft right we're going to see some of those fees I think it wakes and hopefully we'll we'll see people that are allowed to defer payments skipped payments without the heartache of heartburn of reporter so when you talk to explain your situation explain what you can pay explain when you're likely to be able to restart regular payments in the case of a mortgage be prepared if you ever went through mortgage mod you know what the deal is you've got to put a hardship program I mean hardship the letter together right that means you want to be able to spell out all of your expenses what you have going out and what you have coming in right so you can explain that to me because it was a I can submit a hardship letter to you here's what's going on same thing on your auto they may ask for the same kind of thing but know what you can do going into there.

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"corsica" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"corsica" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Result of this pandemic have a plan in place right it's it's important for you as a consumer it not only reach out but to reach out and and have an idea of what you can do what how how much of your car payment can be made how much of your credit card minimum monthly payments can you make how much of your mortgage can you make I think we're going to see banks waiving fees things like ATM fees and late charges in overpayments and in those kinds of things overdue bank account Corsica's keeps the rail company and and just a minute but you know to talk over draft right we'll see some of those fees I think that way and hopefully we'll we'll see people that are allowed to defer payments skipped payments without the heartache of heartburn of reporter so when you talk to explain your situation explain what you can pay explain when you're likely to be able to restart regular payments in the case of a mortgage be prepared if you ever want to remortgage mod you know what the deal is you gonna put a hardship program I mean hardship the letter together right that means you want to be able to spell out all of your expenses what you have going out and what you have coming in right so you can explain that to me because it was a I can submit a hardship letter to you but here's what's going on same thing on your auto they may ask for the same kind of thing.

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"corsica" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"corsica" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"A M. at six forty two Conway shone like give a huge shout out although I'm more comes with us of course every every Tuesday awfully nice to come into this Bob Corsica I got a a note here from surf city still works we had a mom because they were they went from you know making tons of you know vodka gin and whiskey and now they're they turned one of their big distillery operations into making hand sanitizer and so we had a Monday interview mind time Josh Chris and I think it's Elena of course doctor Greg and just what it takes to you know to turn your your your process in the making gin or vodka into making hand sanitizer and you know they they gotta be losing money on it but they do it because they you know they care for them the community they live in welcome to H. for echo yeah pretty because they sent me a normally it's a distillery always send you a package of hand sanitizer odd no five a little apology in another class isn't a frisbee wow yeah that's when the when the when the party the party is over get out there with it well look I you know I can go in the garage and play frisbee with my other daughter for an hour so knocking our off right with the how is your daughter taking this as you know what I knock on wood she has been in the house for probably two and a half weeks and not one complaint knock on wood not one plate which is on our iPhone a lot or on a cell phone a lot and you know talk with their friends but literally has not said one disparaging word not freaked out and I did have a meltdown nothing and I think I'm sort of afraid that she's got too much of me in her because she went through like her drawers and clean everything out and she was getting rid of stuff that she doesn't use and like stuff we just give her right leg but you don't like this last Christmas all sudden both it's RT out thought so it's but man she is just a really a cool cool cat and I can knock on wood because I've heard some other stories that you know kids are are not taking it well especially when you're an only child you can your your you can really sort of five to feel like you're you're alone in this world now that's a really good point and you know I just think we you you make the point that is obvious but I still never really would have thought about it which is that it's easier I mean I'm not saying it's easy because kids like to hang out together and do all that stuff she likes her okay but because they do bond socially via you know all these I mean tick tock or I don't know what's that whatever they're on texting upright yeah but I mean virtually in other words in a way it doesn't necessarily interrupt all of their rhythms socially in a cocktail or kind of connect and that's something that we just didn't have a minute this kind of thing happened when we were kids would have been you know you don't have to be talking to Connolly literally on the telephone for you know thirty five if you were lucky bark you go mom get off the phone is going to get a business that's true I mean what we had you know six kids and my mom and dad so they're eight of us and we had one phone in the house so when you went to use the phone chances are probably like eighty percent of time somebody was gonna be on it and you can just make a phone call and there wasn't any system your house for like you know when you could when it was your time to be able to make calls the only system was if I was on the phone in my mom one to make a call she just hang it up well it's a system anyway yeah yeah to get five Matt paying and that's it's over but you know it's just so weird as I can remember our phone number you know when I was in third grade that I think everybody can remember their first phone number or you know that you can about yours is still the same right now my focus said still the same number yeah for one thirty forty years yeah that's right wow that's incredible right you know now I don't know anybody's number I don't know yours I don't know I mean is I don't know about Leo's I don't know angels I know I know like five numbers and my wife's I know my daughters I know for some reason I don't know why I know David Bossie Qian's number right is anyone surprised by that cantidad de commerce can you open your mouth back yes I do would mostly concerns commerce and yes there yeah yeah it's going on and then I talked to my couple times a week and I know mark verges up that's the only other number but what they did a commerce they took they put all new lighting and all new carpet all new chairs it's gonna look nice they took and they're taking this opportunity to really like do give it a facelift sort of yeah this is the first that the last person to leave five minutes later they started you know cleaning the place and and renovating it so I think all of I think mom wrong goes doing the same thing and I think all these places are taking advantage of you know six to eight weeks of nobody there and where they don't shut parts of the casino down they can do it all right away and these places like Morongo can look spectacular when you walk pick it back in at all everything new you know new furniture it do but I you know carpet was clean to begin with but now it's gonna be super duper duper click finish our Japanese guards as you walk everywhere yeah yeah exactly right they are going to have to like redesign the way we because when you go to the casino you're used to being sort of in fairly close quarters and some things right like a relapse bowler blackjack table you know when that's going to change I don't know partitions between everybody you know or you can only have two people at a table bathroom said eight feet apart we're six feet apart here's a baseball thing will come back and and discuss Lamar but all Major League Baseball is toying with this idea all the teams are gonna show up in Arizona that's where a lot of the you know a lot of the off season training camps take place and they got plenty of fields there they have thirty feels that they can use and they're all within fifty miles of each other so they're toying with the idea of everybody reporting to Arizona playing in front of no fans and starting the season fairly soon I think it's a great idea make imagine watching baseball now and on the on TV playing and and somebody's minor league parks are these spring training parks were nobody's there that and you could hear the players talking to each other that's a totally different experience watching and it could be really great yeah that is excellent look back a few more details about that arts in common you know mark Thompson we're live on KFI more now with Gina grad.

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"corsica" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"corsica" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"When you support the ACLJ whether it's on the issue of life whether it's defending Israel whatever it might be supporting our ability keep this broadcast on this team that produces it on the air your support of the ACLJ makes a huge difference especially in a matching challenge one here we are we're fighting yeah we're we're protecting prayer in courts we are protecting religious liberty in Corsica member Congress saying F. prayer all right we're gonna have action for you to take on that is what we're fighting for your religious liberty we got members of Congress yeah yeah we're going to send you a way to condemn it again support work ACOG or matching challenge ACLJ dot org take your calls we get back balance of nature spirits and veggies I spent years studying how to make this the best I didn't make this because I wanted to make a company I love what I do but the demand became so great that we started now working it out until it took over of room in my office and then we had to move it out of my office and I had thousands of people asking for it was just it was actually only sold on referral basis for many many years other companies are starting to catch on to this and I buy every single other product that comes out so I can look at it and see it and test it and and I fear that people will buy some counterfeit and take it for a couple of months ago it's a bunch of crap doesn't work well this is the real stuff and don't be fooled because we have absolutely the best process and I can say that because we purchase every single one and check them out I took everything that was on the market nothing ever worked nothing ever worked this is the first thing that's really worked there's never been a company that offers this kind of stuff and really follow through I was trying things and I just decided that I was going to try another product I can tell you right now I'll be recommending balance of nature so much stuff doesn't do anything hoard works against the medication you have to take and a dumb dumb dumb dumb and nothing happens you guys are doing a better job it's the most effective product that I've ever bought in my life but never hit anything around taken from somebody our family from radio that they do exactly what they say they're going today nothing can compare with the benefits.

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"corsica" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"corsica" Discussed on KGO 810

"Do have you guys it's been a strange day for a bunch of different reasons can you you heard the sound bite earlier of Schumer talk about cabin on Corsica and and and Chris John Roberts was in the news earlier today and people speculating that he might be on the side of the liberals and as abortion cases coming forward officials not about liberals let's just say this okay it's about reproductive rights of women has it's not a problem it should be a liberal Republican thing in fact ironically if you're conservative you should not want the government in your wife or daughters room right that should not that how could a conservative that's a real conservative say that that that's something we need to address now all right and still to come out you know yeah it's the idea that that that price gouging is I know it's what's happening right now if you and your son Gavin Newsom mention this earlier and I'm kinda just curious this is to if anybody here tried to find a facemask what you don't need and or hand sanitizer which really shouldn't one bottle should last you a long time because go and wash your hands when you get home I try not to touch your face that's real important anyway I eighty eighty eight ten I mentioned super Tuesday and where we are today to me the path seems clearer than ever for Joe Biden can he maintain the momentum I I don't know why not and with Bloomberg behind it with the money it looks good Gabrielle hi you're on KGO chip thanks is that me yes hi hi he got it wrong it's Deborah Deborah M. I I know your last caller kind of them you said you know that everything you were saying that wasn't he didn't agree with right and I yell at the TV every time Bernie is on because I feel like he could cost us the selection if he doesn't when he when he loses because I really believe that he well and he needs to get all of his voters rallying around by then and the Democratic Party and if he really cares about the United States in the way that he says he does then that will be his only goal for the rest of his life well and I think that when you when you look at them we look at this and you ask yourself these questions and and thank you for the call and we'll get more calls coming right up the real question is is Bernie doing the thing that made Bernie so attractive which is bringing out minorities and young people need didn't yesterday and the N. N. everything that tells you that's his that's his thing and we saw this for Howard Dean had big crowds and he he complained and and he had these big I'm I've said this before cheering people that mean you're right and that means you're going to win I've got more coming up next Paul Rodgers and KGO newsroom and elderly plaster county man with underlying health issues has become the first person in California to die from the coronavirus officials say he was likely exposed while traveling in February on the grand princess cruise ship from San Francisco to Mexico Dr Amy system is plaster county health officer I'm out of an abundance of precaution plaster county public health is requesting that any individuals who were local passengers on this voyage voluntarily self quarantine and monitor themselves for symptoms of hassles with the centers for disease control plan to meet with grand princess officials when it arrives tomorrow in San Francisco passengers on the ship will have to remain in their rooms tell their cleared by medical staff prosecutors today filed twenty five charges against a UPS worker accused of planning a mass shooting at a Sunnyvale workplace a judge setting the bail for thirty two year old Thomas enters a two million dollars officials say numerous guns and thousands of rounds of ammunition were found at his home he set for arraignment tomorrow the democratic presidential candidates are looking ahead of super Tuesday for Mike Bloomberg defeating Donald Trump is the goal if he can't do it it is clear that candidate is my friend and a great American Joe Biden Biden picked up ten states on super Tuesday so we'll.

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"corsica" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast

Mr Barton Maths Podcast

12:14 min | 1 year ago

"corsica" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast

"One is most of the new implementing these playlist approach of doing it on the basis of learning styles. So that's not sites appropriate even if you were basing on more robust science and you were doing the kind of space repetition. We're talking now. Yeah I think there is a challenge. You then saying well. Then we've just children sing it computers all the time and surely we don't want that for everything and then you've also got the challenge of then pay. A lot of people agreed that no we need to split. You know you need to teach teaching at the time and then the kid can go off to their playlist and a lot of approaches have gone down that route of equal problems because as you just said them. What is the teacher doing in the class? And if the kids often having these completely personalized things. How does it teach? What are they supposed to be doing this wrinkles? So the thing where not wave is for me by for pragmatic some for for ethics and state where we are now in the in the world. I what you want having costumes teaches teaching the why the minute and teaching curricula syllabus the way that the mini and we're doing everything we can't get not to be as good as possible but within the constraints of what we do in some sense and then dairies what you're putting into the space repetition algorithm what you put into the kids. Flash CARDS IS STUFF. You've taught in class and the coveted and done and have had an opportunity to master class and quite a what isn't really putting in once they understand it and you're putting it into lockdown memorization. So for me. It's not. It's not teaching stuff your teaching in the stuff. You're getting that point. At first initial hurdles what. The hell is simultaneous equation. What you're doing with it. The the flash caught up as you're making sure that because it's coming back and reminding him of the spice intervals then not going to forget it so when you come to do whatever else who coming to do in a couple months time and you mentioned simultaneous equations than going. What was that yes so for me? That's the way I see being used and that's where I see the value being and that interestingly is similar in my own life is the twin. Stop for no ready. I'm not putting stuff the all for that base for him thing when when I say you know. I've read it on the Sunday. I'm putting in so I can maintain hold and Deacon understanding over time if that makes sense So you can kind of the dream. I've I've got is what would be the best way to kind of teach you've been other. I'm sure you've been Oliver Calvin sessions every yes no. I don't think so. No Elephant. Does he great session where he teaches you about Corsica the history of Corsica using all of the principles of Jewish coding? And he gets you trace out a little Napa there and you listen to him expanding your co-pay and then you pose tenure notes down and you talk to you talk to your partner about it and you have to explain it and it's phenomenal in that you do this for twenty thirty minutes and you feel like you know. Corsica amazing and then I think I think iceberg and I still got a really good a lot of things he talks about. This was six months ago talking about. And then what would be even better is in you take one of those things and you put them into an anti-fraud yes and then you're just reinforcing it and every time you look at the flash cards you're going. Oh yeah that was all of the session our member. What was it you know about the chestnut trees or whatever that would be a for me? The dream way of doing this that you would have lessons. That introduce material and explaining like Oliver's lessons and then you would follow up with everything going into a fresh call deck and then he couldn't get the issues. You've talked about of kids then. Having to almost have loads of different essence you could have people following the same syllabus in the teaching in the White House at the minute. And you've just got Scott at work in the background. I think. I think I'm on the verge being sold on the street in just a couple of questions like I one of the things I like about you. You look at a maths as well particular particularly snaps G. Can you see this working in terms of math in the sense that let's Imagine? I've just talked simultaneous equations. Is it a case of simply I up to the deck Mike? My kids class Dak not night. Let's say for example for simple simultaneous equations. Tricky ones and three contextual ones just buying them in there and then they'll kind of bubble up at the same time do I does. It needs to be a bit more sophisticated in terms of Moscow. Just be questions. I guess in your dream from that. You probably wouldn't want it probably isn't Anki. It's probably a annoy Tim. Bank with hundreds of thousands of questions. Yeah so that every time the question is a new one does actually what the dream with matched would be. You've got a bank of one hundred thousand questions on simultaneous equations. Right the spice repetition algorithm is exactly the same space for a but instead of saying I'm GonNa give you these three exact flash cards is saying I'M GONNA give you three tricky simultaneous questions that will be drawn from one of these ten thousand with three three easy ones and they will be drawn from the pool of the ten thousand easy ones. And I'll give you free medium ones whatever it was three that context but those are being drawn from the white coat of ten thousand so I think the jury and dream for maps would be banks of questions and the spaced repetition algorithms polls from them and to be honest with my babies example. It would be Beth. Maitha was not as well. So it's just the I'm using an Kiana access to a pool of the so I'll just put in a few and is doing the job for me but I think yet. The approach would be drawing from a bank of them so they were ways refreshing. And they're getting you you examples. I'm what's the closest you've seen to your dream is whether it's in maths or another subject and again feel free to on the name things or if you're not comfortable name that subsidy from what. I've seen things that are close to this so I think obviously that the very famous one which I've done a lot of poignant of Lott these techniques Juenger maps an injury lingo some of the academic papers that published on their Algorithm Fascinating. And now a lot of these algorithms they kind of ood share on sister and various people have taken them off in different ways and tweaked them and juuling have come up with some interesting ways tweaking things based on the data set they have now millions of language learners having hundreds of millions of users. There go the fascinating thing that you've been able to understand too. Is what the words the English language learners of French for example most difficult. What are the words that? When French language learning English they find most difficult not connor. Thing is fascinating too. Because then you're not just a you want just making it easier for people to learn. You're actually uncovering some of the challenges of subjects uncovering some of the things that are the all difficult about about learning so you can always send up to designing designing better causes drilling done a lot. There is one of the first and the biggest in this area. So that's when I talk about law office in the book. I don't WANNA say Saints Lingo Business. A lot of examples of of the book. I also say that the probably the best examples you have in specific subjects tend to be foreign languages and maps and the reason for that is. Those are the subjects where there's probably most agreement kalisz controversy about what it is. You're teaching the concern is what order it should go in the fewest options Like say for example leaving literature even if you get everybody to agree. We should teach Shakespeare play with his face. Seven shakes plays a dozen. The actually fine they sehgal purposes and then it does just really in that come down slapped personal preference which is fine but foot. Somebody's development in tech platform. It's appropriate one. Is Everybody doing the same things that I can get? Normal amounts of data and then keep refining and Matheson Foreign Languages. Lend themselves beautifully to that. And that's why you've had will insights and developments So as I say Jillian go for languages of memories is WanNa talk about that also do foreign languages. They have some some somebody nice stuff. There are reluctant and then informatics there were lots of different things to interference obviously diagnostic questions of cinemas. Playing town ready rockstars. That's very good. This one madrid-based relation small take They do kind of mass program before fourteen year olds. Lots of really good things about that and yes. This is plan even Chris. Foley's this there's lots of people out there and there's lots of things that they were doing that. The other thing distinguish between the book distinguish between applications where the consent is done for you alive just mentioned yes. And then there's applications where essentially it's really just the space repetition algorithm and it's up to you to plug in what you want and that would obviously on kids really good example of that so does have some pre made decks but I get the impression most people use it. They put into it. And there's a lot systems like that This one that kind of designed a bit for kind of universities in a big one as agents in the US could Sarah which has got a lot of them. It doesn't give you the content but it's designed for you got curriculum. You've got content. You've got content. You can plug it into that and it will sway out in a way that will be you know. Do the space repetition and debate in the book like what Spencer is it better to have something where all the content is pre made or is it better to have something where all the content Ukraine yourself. Now I think you can see pros and cons on live aside and it all depends on your context on your capacity. And what exactly is you're trying to achieve right so I want to say one is better or worse. I feel like if you are a school and you've spent the last few years dedicate yourself to coming out with a fantastic curriculum that Scott. Lots of really incredible questions in it. You don't want to go win on. Something where there's pre consents different. Yes but only. If you're in a situation where you don't have that consent may be looking at what he's out there There's also the debate that gang the kids to write their own content helps them learn it. That's true I think it's probably also that you still need to call the shots done and it made more suitable for older students. So I think that's a lie I would say for myself in quads myself vying. Really good called is is is is a skill and you get better as you do it. Scott. I think there's this principles you need to be following so I'm not sure you'd want seven-year-olds to be to be doing that But you know there's there's ways in which Yeah obviously having having having stuff. That doesn't have you follow for a certain certain premed content. It can make easy you just pick up and use it in NFL easy straightforward way. So a say the book I give like a chart world ways you can. You can use a lot of these things in a narrow different ways and I it's up to you in your context to choose what's right for you fascinating fascinating this daisy and a couple more questions on this. I remember when I when I saw you last. I think it was. It was up in Scotland before a research that we were both speaking about art and we were both just by coincidence. I think we're both reading the same book at the time and it was not bad blood book Elizabeth that crazy. Ceo Now one thing. I.

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Death toll rises as storm moves eastwards across Europe

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00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Death toll rises as storm moves eastwards across Europe

"A strong winter storm that has battered Europe with how we can force winds and heavy rains have killed several people of course the severe travel disruption storm Kiara the new Sabine in Germany and Switzerland and Elsa in Norway this course flights to be grounded and rail services council in many north European nations there have been fatalities to when a number of drivers died off their vehicles were hit by falling trees Britain which bore the brunt of the storm on Sunday is assessing the damage and working to get power restored to twenty thousand or more homes the storm has now largely passed through Franz the weather experts warn the Mediterranean island of Corsica could see winds as high as one hundred and twenty miles per hour later Monday shells the late this month London

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Megxit: Harry and Meghan give up royal titles and taxpayer funds

Ringer Dish

09:43 min | 1 year ago

Megxit: Harry and Meghan give up royal titles and taxpayer funds

"Is a deal the the mix it has been resolved and it has been termed a hard. It's a hard hard magazine. It's very embarrassing for the British parliament. And Boris Johnson. This got done literally in a fraction of the time of the brexit which is yet to be resolved is true to borrow a The overworked twitter joke of the week from the press box. which is a great podcast? You should grab to. The Queen's should take over brexit. Negotiations was definitely on twitter a lot yesterday and I don't think that's constitutionally allowed. I'm not a British constitutional expert but it. They did get something done they did so. Let's go over the details of a lot of which which I think it was unfolding and there's some things that are in name in some things are happening specifically we go. State should be sentence by sentence through the Queen's statement. I or just let's let came out. I which notably social media has been kind of leading the way for their official statements and this came out out while the Rota reporters were then putting the details of the agreement out on their own. Twitter feeds just kind of interesting. They didn't use instagram. Or wherever you like your the details yes because the media and the involvement of the media in Harry and Meghan involvement with media is the crux of this matter still is we'll discuss so it's pretty intentional seriously. All right. So here's a statement from Her Majesty the Queen on the Buckingham Palace letterhead which is really lovely letter by away. You have letterhead in your life. I don't have letterhead but I do have a lot of monogram notepads as you probably know my desk. I've been thinking about some letter. I completely completely supportive. What am I going to baby gifts for my close friends as note cards with their new child? That's Nice thank you for the child too right okay for them to send like other. Thank you cards okay. Following many months conversation more recent discussions. I am pleased that together. We found a constructive and supportive way forward for my grandson and his family. Harry Meghan Archie. Archie will always be much-loved members of my family. I recognize the challenges. They have experienced as a result of intense scrutiny over the last two years and support their wish for more independent life. I want to thank them for all the dedicated educated work across this country the Commonwealth and Beyond and particularly proud of how Meghan has so quickly become one of the family is my whole family's hope that today's agreement allows him to start building a peaceful peaceful new a happy and peaceful new life. Okay so that's nice. There are literally no details in this. Let's literally non. The word family is in there like five times times at least maybe didn't count which is in keeping with her previous demon? Is clearly what she's trying to emphasize here is that she's using their first names. Zor Family. This is still a family affair. I Love Them. There's no bad blood. No one's feuding family family family family family family. We're all good as small F- family. Yes did you notice that some people people did point out following many months of conversations and more recent discussions which seems like an olive branch of to Harry and Megan of the whole they blindsided us. And I think that it's trying to save. Maybe we were surprised by some of the things but also they have been expressing this for a while like trying to bring resolution to that timeline. Yes definitely they're trying to make it seem like they didn't they were only blindsided by the timing of Harry and Meghan like websites essentially early and not by their desire to set back. Yes so that. Was the Queen Statement From Her Majesty the Queen. Then there was the official Buckingham Palace statement which read the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are grateful grateful to Her Majesty in the Royal Family capital off on their ongoing support as they embark on the next chapter their lives as agreed and this new arrangement. They understand they're required to step back from royal duties including official Merit Military Appointments. They will no longer receive public funds for royal duties with the Queen's Blessing. The Sussex is will continue to maintain their private patronage is and associations creations while they can no longer formally present the queen. The Sussex's have made clear that everything they will do everything they do will continue to uphold the values of Her Majesty and then lastly slay the details the Sussex says will not use their HR h titles as they are no longer working members of the royal family. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have shared their wish to repay sovereign grant expenditure for the refurbishment of frog more cottage which will remain there. UK Family Home Buckingham Palace does not comment. On the details of security arrangements there are well established independent processes determined. Herman the need for publicly funded security. This new model will take effect in the spring of Twenty twenty. Pretty fucking huge deal. They're out they're out and they're paying back reservations. That we wondered about our first question was what happens to Windsor. And they've been reading the comments because it's very smart of them to include that information that they will be giving back taxpayer money because he's really the last thing that anyone could hold against them. Yes and it also it was like real connection to what I think is probably one of the breaking points. This is just my own hypothesis this but over the summer with the private jet situation or people are so mad at them for taking a chat and there was question belly who paid for that all of the kind of luxury life stuff they do and I presume we will continue intended to do and enjoy because it's a luxury life and who doesn't like that they just don't want anyone to like chirp about cutting it off and I think that's one of the reasons why they wanted to have the financial independence but still be royal was to not have anyone be like. Why are you using our money for you to jet off to Corsica to Sardinia to wherever they were gone? Ah Yes I think. The other half of that is that they didn't want anyone to be able to say. Why are you using our taxpayer? Money when you are making like twenty a million dollars from net flicks and or your own version of like Oprah's tour. Yes which we will talk more about. I thought this was interesting from the Guardian and let's talk about the H.. Rage titles share more generally but the couple were unwilling to subject themselves to any financial scrutiny or review in future contracts. They struck the trade off was that they could not use their. HR H styles though they retain them so. This is very clear that they really want to be able to do what they want. And take the projects that they want line and not have anyone not have any oversight from from the press of the taxpayers. But also I think there is an internal committee in Buckingham Palace like a bunch of report ers whose job it is to make sure that anyone with a royal title is not taking on commercial enterprises that would disrespect or reflect poorly on the crowd. I think they've done a terrible job because Prince Andrew is under that scrutiny as all the queen's other children but none of that right and they also I think moreover don't want the media bring it up like obviously 'cause obviously there's loopholes if Andrew is doing andrew you know but I think they just. They're just like part of their word. We're no longer doing the Rhoda. We're no longer subject to your scrutiny. Basically yes and that's a big part of it. Yeah and so I think this was not well communicated in the first few hours which is totally understandable. They're not being stripped of their. HR shadows committing to not using them. This is the biggest point to me because here is my take. Take on this whole deal which may be a hard Mexico. This is one hundred percent. So totally reversible said reversible and and I think that's so intentional on the part of the royal family to`delays listen I I do actually wish Harry and Meghan the I I really do. I think they're really in love to a well. I've been reviewing the timelines and to be honest. They have not totally met a man as timelines four years ago. I know they've been moving quickly. But maybe Harry and Meghan and I have some different goals goals in life but I do wish them well so when I say that I do not think that they will be married in five years. It's not a reflection on them or their character. I think we said this before for the even got married. Yes we did. We gave it seven years. which is we're on track for? Yeah and and basically for this reason which was like how can you put someone who Meghan who has grown up up in America and it is accomplished independent intelligent woman and ask her to participate in this royal family situation. It just doesn't why would she do that. I also I will say people make fun of her a lot for having been on deal or no deal and for many other like seemingly embarrassing jobs but like who doesn't have an embarrassing job from early in career you know and I just think like she actually is a career woman like her chosen. Career is being famous and being an actress but like she has worked her way up in that. And so if you are as ambitious as she seems and that's often used as a day like oh she so ambitious I mean it as the Nice thing like I respect it like. Of course she wants to be able to like make make money and be out there like. That's the past she chose. She went to North Western. Because it has a great drama school. And like you can learn how to be an address and I will also say even before she was with Harry h she was using her success. Ambition for charitable issues and advocacy. And there's that famous video of her eleven or twelve writing who did she write something. Sexist said about Hillary Clinton. I mean she has been working for bigger than herself for much longer than she's been a part of the royal family. Yeah so I I do admire her. But on the flip side now that they're out. Harry has grown up in the UK in just the most privileged privilege sheltered bubble of all time has obviously gone through a lot of difficult family trauma and some of that is still unresolved. He's at odds with a a fair amount of his family right now and then is moving across the world to start a brand new life with very little support system outside of one person who does love him very much. That's that's tough tough tough ass. It's very hard so I hope I hope I'm wrong.

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Carbon offsets 101: How they work and how to get the biggest bang for your buck

Climate Cast

06:49 min | 2 years ago

Carbon offsets 101: How they work and how to get the biggest bang for your buck

"Carbon offsets one. Oh one i'm n._p._r. Chief meteorologist paul hutton her her. This is climate cats. They're called carbon offsets and you can buy them to offset your greenhouse gas emissions. But how do they work work. And how do you know they're really offsetting. Your carbon. Emissions maggie lund is a manager for greenie certification programs at the center for resource solutions nations megi. Thanks for talking today. Thanks all carbon offsets. One o-on what are they yes so a carbon offset is really just just a tradable purchaseable greenhouse gas emissions reduction so as a consumer you can go out and buy a carbon offset and apply that carbon offset to your own carbon footprint and negate or diminish your own carbon footprint so an easy example is let's say i drive cross cross country from san francisco to new york. If i calculate the greenhouse gas emissions from that trip i can go out and buy a corresponding number of offsets <unk> an zero out the emissions from that trip. Let's take an airline flight for example. What would a typical offset for an airline flight across the u._s._a. Cost me there is a pretty wide range of prices for different kinds of offsets depending on different kinds of benefits associated with that offset offset so with some offsets just the straight up emissions reduction in which case it would be a little bit cheaper probably around. I'd say five to seven dollars depending on who you're buying from a that's a rough estimate <hes> but if you wanna buy offset that has some attached co benefits which is other kinds of environmental or social benefits associated with the carbon offset project. That's gonna cost you a little bit more so let's say i do that. What what actually happens to the money. Where does it go when you think about a carbon offset generated all across the world it could be you know implementing energy the efficient technologies. It could be a renewable energy project. It could be a project with improved forestry practices. One of the core principles of carbon in offsetting is that without the revenue from the carbon offset or the carbon credit. The emissions reduction would have never happened so your investment as a consumer consumer into that carbon offset is what is driving the emissions reduction to happen in the first place. How is that verified. How do i know are the buyer no that that offset offset is working one of the most important if not the most important things to look out for as a consumer is what we call project level certification you know the carbon carbon offset market could potentially be a wild west if there wasn't some oversight of the projects themselves to make sure that the emissions reductions are quantified in a consistent and credible way so as a consumer when you're going out to buy these offsets. It's really important to make sure that the project project the offset is from has been certified at the project level because that certification body is the one that's going boots on the ground to the project to make sure that emissions actually are being reduced and they're the ones coming out with different processes and methodologies to quantify those emissions reductions so so let's say i i'm taking my flight right and i feel a little guilty about my greenhouse gas contribution for that flight i buy i buy my offset and and i've certified that it's legit. It's going somewhere. That's legit what would be a specific example of kind of offset project that that money would go towards. It's so a carbon offset project could look like a situation where normally a forest would be cut down but because of the investment into into this carbon offset project day avoid the deforestation in which case the trees remain standing and carbon dioxide is absorbed for years into the future church so as a consumer. What you're specifically doing is funding that avoided deforestation. It's probably worth noting that forestry projects six generally cost a little bit more to buy from than some traditionally less appealing project types so in the u._s. We see a lot out of what we call. Methane capture projects. That's where methane is captured in flared off into carbon dioxide which is less potent greenhouse gas than methane but they're you're still emissions coming from the project so you can argue that some projects are not only more attractive but you might have more holistic benefits as well well well and that's a great question because you know big picture. How effective are these offsets. Is there a more direct way to reduce greenhouse gas emissions rather than off set them after they're already in the atmosphere. Absolutely you know the the logic in the industry is generally reduce what you can offset what you can't it so carbon offsets are just one tool in a really big toolbox of activities consumers can engage in to <hes> reduce their carbon urban footprint so one is purchasing carbon offsets but another is just reducing your own emissions by installing energy efficient technologies or buying renewable energy or doing in a whole host of other things so what offsetting isn't is a permit to pollute. What about the airlines are are they already making carbon offsets part of the ticket price or they think that there's demand there for that in the future. I think there's absolutely demand for that in the future. I know that for some airlines they offer carbon offsets. Let's is kind of a back of the seat. You know you have your touch screen and you can navigate to the page where they allow you to buy. Carbon offsets to offset that flight but i don't know that it's necessarily built built into the price of the airline ticket yet although it is worth mentioning that there is this international initiative that's coming up. It's called corsica and it's something i think all countries eventually have to sign onto where international flights must be offset and that's coming up in the next decade or so. It's a program of the u._n. Baton and the criteria for those offsets is still being determined. It's kind of in flux but it is really looking to shake up. Not only the carbon offset market the the aviation industry is well. I can just see it now. When you log onto book your flight <hes> book your seat to check your bag and check the box for carbon offset right love love it yeah maggie lund for greenie certification programs that the center for resource solutions. Thanks for your perspective on climate cast today. Thanks thanks so much paul. That's climate cast n._p._r. Chief meteorologist paul

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"corsica" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

05:46 min | 2 years ago

"corsica" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"By Evelyn louder of the louder of cosmetic ST, louder people. And she died of state for metastatic breast. Cancer. She started that foundation before she did all the money goes to trying to get some type of a cure, and, or making the lives of cancer patients way better in a very legit way. This isn't some kind of a horse route alternative medicine. Voodoo BS operation. This is the real deal could see everybody associated with all their degrees. All their credentials all the line items on the resume all the hundreds of people in the medical field. It's all there eighty nine cents on every dollar goes toward that. And I want you to help me and help my lovely wife raise some dough for these people. So get over to Linda rises dot com. There's a hell of a store of their on its own, and it'd be great to pick up eight hundred dollars donations today on the donate button. Now. This, this woman getting elected because she's promising communism. This, this is one this one woman, one place. But you know what? It's not a one-off when you consider that same thing happened in Seattle few years, back, straight up Marxist elected to the city council based on her Marxist attitude. Remember the psychotic broad was promising to make public Boeing take public are Boeing over make it a public operation. That is owned by the people. The people will control the means of production, and she wanted to stop making anything to do with airplanes and wanted to have them go into public transportation getting and she got elected now in Denver. This is this is a disease. This is a virus. Hideous disease. The whole Marxist mindset is nothing more than a damaged reptile brain hideous nece and here it is in Denver, this, this candy. Debacle. She won a run-off this week, and she won by promising to implement communist policies by any means necessary. Sebok. It's as an Sita was among three candidates that unseated incumbents to runoff preliminary results show. She's already drawing comparisons to socialist congress from an elevator cassia Cortes. Twenty nine year old who unseated ten term incumbent, Joe Crowley? Here's another manifestation of the virus that needs to be rooted out of America communists. Casio cortes. It's just story says Carlos, Valverde state director of Colorado, working families a political activist group that supports tobacco whenever you hear working families think communism, I don't mean that people worker communist. But what I mean is these groups always call themselves something working family, blah, blah, blah, social of America? It is in the van of Alexandria Corsica, accustomed Cortez victory that really demonstrates people. Power over money power. No not true there Carlos. What demonstrates is ignorance straight up? Ignorance. These guys, by the way, they know this they just want to be a manager positions of the virus that has the evil of communism that controls your every waking moment. They want they're going to benefit from it. Say tobacco defeated Brooks, fifty two to fifty two point four to forty seven that's a substantial defeat, though, military and overseas ballots are still being counted. The upset victory to other incumbent defeats marks the most significant shift in the city leadership over thirty years. It began a movement toward more progressive policies L of how they say that progressive policies there, there in lies hijack of the language, progressivism has been around since teddy Roosevelt started the whole thing, Woodrow Wilson just ran right up the middle on that one. And when is progressive is you can progressively get communist as well. But, but it sounds good to the untrained here. I I'm for progress. I love progress. I want progress I what times of game and they've haute for somebody. Who's progressive? See tobacco thanked her supporters on Facebook where she claimed her secret to success with simply keeping it real. That's my favorite part of the whole story, keeping it real who started that keeping a real who was that was that puff daddy or something like that fused back. I remember that one was also keeping it real is if that minutes to the east, I taught me really early. What really really means what real really means? Don't talk about it, be about it. This is the psychotic talk. Anyway, the part, that's also should be chilling by any means necessary that, that right there. She says she's going to usher in communism by any means necessary, and subscribe to that. Has no moral compass. No moral base doesn't know between right and wrong. They've got agenda that even hurts somebody, they're going to make it happen because they are the ones that say that it's the right way to do it. They're at about freedom. They're not about freedom and any sense of the word at all. And as matter of fact, they're anti-freedom. What they're about is control. And you get this education here daily on this program three to six PM eastern standard time every single day. We are there, some interesting of that because we're about freedom, and you should be too. If you're not about freedom of evil, that is. And by the way, if you're working against freedom by standing back saying.

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"corsica" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"corsica" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Laird. It was more like, you know, money vodka. Okay. You know in in the bird, and you know, you still got in. There was a he was lying. Paid with vodka. Very low bar. It's refreshing to hear in American has no problem meeting that the Russians helped him. Yeah. So like one of those instances, you're you've fallen through a glacier, and you're in a big hole in the ice or you are somewhere between Corsica and Italy on a paddle board or a surfboard on that. Standing there in a board in the middle of the ocean. It's dark, you don't know where you are. Has there ever been a point where you said, oh, man, I screwed this up now or do you just not ever like losing a lot of those really? Really, you're like, oh, man. More than one. Wow. Kind of good at it actually your like again. I hope I make out of this one. You're somebody other people admire so much, and I'm just wondering if ever found yourself in a moment going man, I wish I'd become a CPA like mom wanted. Never that. Go crazy. Snowboard glaciers, but the most terrifying thing is being a CPA. I understand that one of the things that you're doing is you have a really rigorous. Exercise program is not sufficient, right? It's kind of a training program. You offer to people. Experience. Call the next E which stands for exploring performance training, but it really is a lifestyle program, and it's it's really about recovery move and breathe accurate. This is but somebody told me, oh, yes, that's the program where you have to go underwater and lift weights while holding your breath. So.

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"corsica" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"corsica" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It was more like, you know, money vodka. Yeah. Okay. You know in in the booth, and you know, he's still got in. He was lying. Paid with vodka. Very low bar. It's refreshing to hear in American that has no problem meeting that the Russians helped him. Yeah. So like one of those instances, you're you've fallen through glacier, and you're in a big hole in the ice or you are somewhere between Corsica and Italy on a paddle board or a surfboard on that. Standing there in a board in the middle of the ocean. It's dark, you don't know where you are. Has there ever been a point where you said, oh, man, I screwed this up now or do you just not ever like losing a lot of those really? Really like, oh, man. More than once. Yeah. Of good at it, actually, your like again. Out of this. You're somebody other people admire so much, and I'm just wondering if ever found yourself in a moment going man, I wish I had become a CPA like mom wanted. Never that. Go crazy. Snowboard glaciers, but the most terrifying thing is being a CPA. I understand that one of the things that you're doing is you have a really rigorous. Exercise program is not sufficient, right? It's kind of a training program. You offer to people. Experience the next PT.

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"corsica" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"corsica" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The game were talented people are confronted with a challenge that requires no talent at all. It's not my job Laird Hamilton is the most famous surfer who's never wanna surfing competition, and he's never won one because he's never entered one. Instead, he spends his time doing remarkable things like setting the record for the biggest wave ever surfed. He has a new book out called life writer. We are pleased to welcome him now Laird Hamilton, welcome to wait. Wait, don't tell. So I one of the check that too. Because when somebody said your name is, of course, Laird Hamilton the champion surfer. But it turns out my right that you've never actually entered a surfing competition. I. I was a kid when there was a t shirt for the prize money came into it seemed like that change, the dynamics and night. I opted did not participate. We understand that. It's not surprising. You've spent your life on the water because you were actually born in water. Using a Baptist fear which was actually like almost like a hairdressers vacuum that went over my mother's stomach and relieve the pressure on on the app. I wasn't birth. Have a unique birthing process that way. Do you think that ended up sort of steering? The course of your life. I would like to say it didn't affect me. But other people disagree. I'm basic question. What is your job Laird Hamilton? I would say I liked innovation. And you know, I made a career as an athlete. Subsidize serving with a lot of different things. When you serve like living who pays you. Sponsors. How do they know to do that your guy with a surfboard, and you go to the beach, and there's wave and you surf it. And then somebody runs over and gives you a check. No, you're right. A giant wave pitcher? On the cover of National Geographic. And then company says give you some money, and and and try to get on national epic again. I just wanna make make it clear to everybody else that actually happened. Right. Yes. So what what do you think in your estimate is sort of the craziest riskiest or maybe even most foolish thing you've ever done because you wanted to. There's a long list. We don't have enough time. But you know, I've done some crazy between islands I from Corsica to Italy one time, and we were kind of lost at night around in the middle of the Mediterranean. You know, I've been in Russia, and I felt through glacier helicopter snowboarding in the military and hold on to you too. You. You gotta ride on a Russian military helicopter to glacier in Russia. And then you went snowboarding down the glacier. Yeah. But we I fell in fell through. Hornets that one point we we'd been writing most of the Dan, I was hiking behind one of my partners. And I fell through this of corn. I've been in the wrong a couple of feet over. I might not be on the phone call. So I was hard to get the Russian military to let you do that. Or they're like Laird Hamilton.

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"corsica" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"corsica" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Six forty four everything food every single Saturday. You little food punctures. Thanks for hanging out. I am you well-fed host Neal survey. We gather that we gathered to celebrate food every Saturday, we got three hours to do it. I'm excited because a little bit later. We're going to. Introduce you to one of the new L A times food critics Patricia Corsica and just really I love her stories if you haven't had a chance to see she's done two stories so far two articles for the LA times. They have such a great food section, and she's going to be a wonderful part of it. Trust me. So we'll be talking to her in the four PM hour. We'll get some nam nam news. We'll switch that next hour. Do some numb now news some fast food news? And what foods you should have in Europe quake kit. So stick around right now we're chatting with chef Adam Sobel, he's cooking at the official culinary kickoff. Super Bowl fifty three. And has a great thing going on locally here at the Beverly center at Kalmari. So if the Rams beat the saints Kalmari will serve Fifty-three sent pizzas on Monday, January twenty first from four pm. Two seven PM. That's coming right up here. So I one hundred customers, and that's awesome. Welcome back to the show. Chef you were saying that you think with great humility that you have the best pizzas in LA. Why I'm confident in our pizza. L.

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France, Italy begin cleanup for Mediterranean fuel spill

24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 3 years ago

France, Italy begin cleanup for Mediterranean fuel spill

"Sea after to Congo ships collided, north of the island of Corsica Italy's coast guardsmen Mondays recovering some of the polluted material and monitoring the spill amid changing weather conditions. A Tunisian cargo ship Pistole whole in the whole of a separate container ship in Sunday's collision causing the fuel leak. No one was injured. The official said French and Italian ships and oil spill experts dragging a floating barriers to contain the oil. And then they will use a skimmer to soak

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Massachusetts police officer, bystander shot dead with officer's pistol

Bruce Elliott

02:09 min | 3 years ago

Massachusetts police officer, bystander shot dead with officer's pistol

"Wcbm.com good morning Lou the WCBS Maryland you center a test scores overseeing Baltimore's police department calls for disbanding these civilian review board and replacing. It with a powerful independent police accountability agency. Amidst complaints the board lacks authority to hold officers accountable the recount is over and Johnny Olshevsky wins over Jim broken in the democrat primary. Race for Baltimore County executive by seventeen votes Russian, conceding I'll have more local news following this FOX News Radio update This is a Fox News alert I'm the Lou the world wants to see us get along, President, Trump sitting with his Russian counterpart ahead of their high. Profile, meeting in Helsinki Finland what President Trump has talked about at length many many times is trying to improve the relationship between the United States and Russia and that's one of the things. That he wants to try to get accomplished in this meeting FOX's. John Roberts in Helsinki, in, Massachusetts, arraignment day. For a suspected cop killer Massachusetts, police officer as well as an elderly woman both killed Michael Chesney of the Weymouth police was responding to a car accident investigators say Emmanuel lobes fled the. Scene and proceeded vandalizing nearby house Tom Graham. Then accused of hitting the officer with Iraq and shooting him to death as well as a bystander and retail sales rising a healthy half. A percent pace in June Fox News we report, you decide The body of an eastern woman is found after falling racing sailboat during a practice on, the, Corsica river between Kent and Queen Anne's counties sixteen other. Crew, members aboard the long log canoe are rescue ninety four percent of DC metro workers vote to strike amid two year labor dispute union leaders undecided though whether to proceed or when a. Strike might take place A, look at sports. And your Weather Channel forecast in a moment attention taxpayers have you filed..

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