23 Burst results for "Corsica"
"corsica" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"So like I'm not about to be like, Hey, this is like what you're doing is wrong but also is this a cold this is a cold meal, right? It's called. This is meant to be even Corsica Pasta Salad right I don't know if this is the kind of thing where has this? Spaghetti been cooked and chilled. It looks like the pan a hot pan L.. Yeah it looks. It looks like it's still kind of like is in on the stove still also that she's got I, don't know this is. This is one of those things where this is when I realized okay I can see why more people eat simplistic because this is one of those I'm out of stuff to eat and I'm waiting for the next paycheck. What do I have in the fridge work because I'm telling you this is pioneering to the next level out of never thought to put Italian dressing on my spaghetti. Spaghetti Salad it's a take a salad and then take the lettuce out and put in a box of Spaghetti. I mean the only thing that would make this more blasphemous is if she put it on top of bread and made it a Spaghetti Salad Sandwich yes. Minutes just out of here. Well, they say that all food is either sandwich or spaghetti salad that's. Neither one of those two things of. Other. Would you rather for you? Yeah. Would you rather would you add? E This spaghetti salad or the beef sauce yeah. Did she get this recipe from? JC I may like Pasta with. Ground, beef. Found around the house. I think.
"corsica" Discussed on The Steve Czaban Show
"Don't know about the Christmas songs. Okay, that's new to you as well. Jason Kenosha top-three Tracy's number three Tracy McGrady. NBA Basketball player number to Tracy Morgan. Funny Ass actor. And Number One TRAC-. Lower. New We. Of the adult. Top three NBA jam phrases number three. He's on fire I got. To, do you've gotta go number three boom. You read them. I'll fire number three. He's on fire. He's on fire. Number two from downtown downtown. And number one boom shack a lack. Of, circle. That's all from the game yeah. Interesting, okay. Cool top fireworks not approved by Joe Dirt, number three smoke bombs number, two sparklers number one snakes. That's Andy and Brookefield. I don't think I saw Joe. Dirt so I. Don't quite get that joke. Someone explained it to me during the break. He doesn't use the small fireworks like that. Yacht at. Johnny Mon the nine to top three things. I like about the Steve and show number three Josh, giving it to get her number two giving it to get her number one both. Two kids. That live. Guys give us all right. My Chair, also a stool, four, one, four, seven, nine, nine, one, nine, seven, three, coming up, drills will join US talk, sports, baseball, and more next. You're listening to the Steve's Zaven show.
"corsica" Discussed on The Steve Czaban Show
"Go. WHOA! That is powerful. How is? Allied God g okay, put that under the. Agreed? Just. If it smells so bad the first time. Why do we go idea smell? Here I don't know why. That really marvel. I marvel at the power of decaying food, sitting between your teeth and the bacterial odor that it emits. It has to be the most potent smell per micron. That We. Day to day-to-day basis imagine a ten ounce jar of nothing. Thank you, but meant dental floss. scrapings out. That would be a bio hat. That'd be a bio weapon. In their car when it's ninety degrees. or or or or take it out with like a spatula and then smear it. The inner guts of car, so you can't get rid of the smell like. Why. What is that smells like came from my bike cusp bid. All right. That's disgusting. Let's move on. Get your top threes. Good good lists. There Mr Josh things I'm looking forward to the least this fourth. Of July, weekend number three the potential for insect bites. Number two. The kids getting sunburned massively. They will more than likely and number one. The long ride home Monday. See gone all the way up north this weekend. Yes, Sir You're not going to the nearby in House with the pond where you're. We're going to watch at the bottom now. We're going the in laws up north though. Okay the other in same. Same and Different, property correct. A hell of a fourth of July party at the in laws house nearby. Could have you ever done that? No, we're usually up north. Could I borrow that Cheer House well? You guys are up north like to have a party your in laws. No problems borrow upon just outside. Don't go in the hospital. Tuffy things I'm looking forward to the most this weekend number three four day weekend. Yeah, boy number two early evening booze cruises. Fast and number one launching fireworks from the middle of the lake now wait a minute. Where do you put them on a dock? Put Him on an inner tube and a four by four sheet of Plywood I stand in the water and lawn, and you do that down by the lake. down by the lake down by the. That one, that's eighty miles from Santa. Fe Back. Where you were part you're you're up to your your in the lake up to what your nipples waste your knees shoulders. Probably, Yeah Nipple shoulders keep the lighter out above and. took. Wow very good. Water show. It's a better show from the water. You have a lot of different rafts out there. Though, don't you for all the five hundred grand repeater cakes? And I gotta wait to hold the inner tube in place so. System. Did. You put a Gopro on your head, so we do actually usually I will. -solutely. Use a GOPRO. What I thought you use the I got both I'll do the Adan. Kicks OP cakes asking. The optics. On record. Since that stupid cameras, but mentioned here. Guess what? He doesn't even have the opposite. I will. Charge of either. SPCA. Tucked three best things about the fourth of July number, three, boating and fishing. Number two watching the Nathan's hot dog, eating contest and number one drinking before noon everyday. That is glorious. And that'll be Friday Saturday. And Sunday Okay. Very good all right good lists. They're good job boys. Let's get him going here on the talk and text line pellet. W I'd Dot Com, talk and text line naked West Alice. top-three colognes that should be a smell number three camp fire number two summer morning do and number one fresh cut grass, yes? I don't get it on the campfire in the fresh cut grass. Yeah, pleasing smashed. How like fresh cut grass? Why with you smells like something else? Eric Different. Hey. No fresh cut grass smells like locked bedroom door shame. Bill it at that. Own! Both grasp, but then when he said that compares got it like yeah. Next time you do just take off and go. Oh, yeah, that does sound like grass, Eric and graft and top top-three fireworks I enjoy lighting number. Three Saturn missiles number two Roman candles while doing the DAX pelvic. Won The fountain firework where at the end the American flag POPs up. Of Baby.
"corsica" Discussed on The Steve Czaban Show
"Outer space a hint of lavender? Yes, right according to the story way way back in the day. They NASA had been working on trying to create a fragrance for astronauts to use so that they could get used to the smell space before going to space. And then that ended. But after four years, NASA tried to bring it back and this person Richmond said we're GONNA. Get this and try to fund it and start Cologne according to. He talked a bunch of different astronauts and people from NASA, and according to they said that space smells like a mix of gunpowder, seared steak, raspberries and rum sheets. Seared steak. And rahm within gunpowder gunpowder. Well don't let Calvin Klein know this because they'll steal like they did to Kramer. That's right that good point. Okay, so I WANNA know. It's. A. It's fifteen dollars. Smell at first is fifteen dollars to back it to get one bottle of what our smells like. Know, much how my? let me see. A little travel. I. How many ounces? is of one. Of. Charcoal seared steak. Raspberry ought to do. It can't really make this on your grill. It just throws seared steaks, rand, little gunpowder and Take some state juice, raspberry juice mix in gunpowder. Let it dry overnight. DABID on done. All I know is this fragrance gets me closer to keep. that. I'm in. A wear whatever it takes. Yeah. Isn't that the music play when you go to the bathroom? You, smell the resistible no. Talking about that's porn music. Yeah, he doesn't know. What a ruined the joke yet her. Joking on its own, and you added something that was. Didn't make any sense. All right well. I'm on the kickstarter. Fifteen bucks I'm thinking about getting a bottle just to try it. I WANNA know. Dateline China, a brand new strain of swine flu has been discovered. which has which has pandemic potential of course, AA scientists, the new virus g four E, a h one n one is being carried by pigs. And the initial infection has been found that people who work in slaughterhouses and the swine. Industry. You ready for the next pandemic. Are you ready for the next one? I didn't we are going to be better ready for the next one because we're not going to shut down for the next one? We're going to say take your chances. especially with the next one hits well. This one's still going on. Eventually will throw up our hands and say you know what Y'all on your own good luck on that, so yeah, good old g g four, e, H, one n one lookout. Could be coming. Soon near you Josh what's trending? Well, it's trending. A woman in Belmont County Ohio was doing her laundry. Yes she went in her laundry room. She found a four foot snack. Oh, my God. This on a shelf inter laundry room. Well! It's snakes gotta go somewhere. Did it biter? No, it didn't. She immediately ran out of the laundry room, called the police. The police sent a wild animal specialist responding. Unit and they came they got the snake and then my favorite part of the story. They say that the snake was released into the wild just a few miles from the woman's home. So tomorrow we'll talk about a story of the steak returning to the launch river. Rise let's IT HAS GPS. You know. Some some women would then insist that they have to sell the house and move like they can't psychologically live in a house where a snake popped out in their living space, and said Hey, Lou, how you doing. have. You ever found a creator of any kind in your property. In the House in the hall I've never found a snake in the house or mouse or I mean sure yeah. Yeah! So much mice out where we live now. Trying to think of the biggest scariest critter. See on when you see a mouse on, you know you jump a little bit you. MRIs four foot snake. nope not having eight. Dateline Gotham ever heard of surprise fireworks. That's what macy's is doing. Last night. They started a string of six nights of surprise fireworks with brief pyrotechnic bursts scheduled for different neighborhoods each night. The location of each show remain hidden until soon before the start in an effort to limit crowd size. Amidst the corona virus. Outbreak. They've dubbed at macy's fireworks reimagined. Basically the displays we over by the time. Anyone can gather and say oh. Let's go watch him. So. Keep your head on a swivel in New York. City of course it might just be some local youths would tear illegal fireworks, having a back alley firework war, in which case you should probably close the blinds and take cover. Josh what's trending. What was trending? Papa John's has partnered with Shaquille O'Neal to make the Shack Aronie Pizza. Shack Aronie Ebbrell. Biggest preach ever brought. Rony it's got every top impossible. So everything you just said is what I expect it. Right! It's an extra large pizza. Which? Can't you just in that like Papa? Sizing the pizza already large? How big is the box? What? What's the largest pisces to inches? I duNno, okay, but but the point is is that they don't say how much bigger this pizzas than their biggest pizza. And all it is extra pepperoni. And Cheese Right I. IS THIS NOT THE LAMEST? Do with shack to sixteen inch. Extra large pizza comes with sixty six pieces of pepperoni. Okay, Sata, lot, sixty six outlet, better right. I don't think that's a lot. I've never been more disappointed. If you're going to have shack. If you'RE GONNA make a shack type food, expect it to be John Norman's yeah shack. Possibly take a whole large pizza as giant hands. Folded in half like it's a soft Taco. And then just proceed to eat it. In one nonstop series of bites. Yes or no. Large Pizza. Folded up onto itself. Cut obviously so you can't cut it. Just shocked. Eat it like shack does he'd be a bit like a Taco? Yeah, but the. Definitely feels like it's showtime. A Lotta razzle dazzle deterrent means change the game at all. SMOKE BERRY BROOK RUN IN A court. Actual Dunkin swinging all. ADDS up and they're like. Auto. Players. Now Shack. All Watch no foul. owner. Especially when jobs the whole little keep finger roll China.
"corsica" Discussed on The Steve Czaban Show
"Beautiful Day. Baseball Tomorrow to Straits days of zero deaths. It was gone from the Coronas. Life is good. Of course Fred Van Vliet of the Toronto Raptors thinks that the NBA shouldn't play. He said quoted sucks in a conference call Monday it's a terrible timing, but that's been twenty twenty for us. We all know the right thing to do is to not play to take a stand morally. Yes, that makes sense, but life goes on. Were all young black guys? None of us want to give any money back. I don't think that we should I think that money can be used in a number of different ways. You went on to say this is not. Not Going to end this summer regardless over the next couple of months this issue, racial injustice, social injustice police brutality. All these things are not ending anytime soon. Our fight was long-term. That was part of my decision, but if the League or more of my guys would have come together and said we don't WanNA play, I would've sat out as well. I wouldn't have even fought it I think most of US decided to play. It's something will have to live with. I trust my heart's in the right place and I'm doing enough to make change. Okay, that's fine. Fred Vanfleet who went to? which it? Eight now. Like someone right here on this show. So yeah there, you go, Freddie van Vliet. We shouldn't play, but we want the money. If you want the money you gotta play. Yeah, but I wish I could. Not, play still get the money and then stay home. We'll hey the coaches. The twins coaches do that right right. Don't you? WanNa play? Don't you say? Can't you realize this is great? I can put a social cause on my Jersey and speak about it. Every night the NBA. They're gonNA PAINT BLACK LOT. Black lives matter on every. Court in Orlando, all three of them along the baseline. I think of all that would not happen if you did not play. Box score ability is parked is bike is ready to go? On Shy, but mostly excited right box score what is going on? They save yesterday in football news. Everyone was talking about Cam. Newton, joining the Patriots Richard Sherman was one of those guys, and he said Camden getting enough money, I thought he was like cams, lawyer or something, but apparently he also plays football. Colin Kaepernick signed by net flicks, so that's good that he finally got signed and Lebron has to play basketball again with that guy that he was mad at before in that playoff game. Oh and more and more baseball and basketball players are saying that they don't want to play baseball and basketball, but sort sports are still going to happen. Even if those people don't play I need it I, need the sports. Back to Utah Us. Seriously excited I'm. Excited Yeah Yeah I. Hear You.
"corsica" Discussed on The Steve Czaban Show
"ZAVE is your lead donkey into the world of sports and stuff. I saw an oriel last week. Yeah good story, Mint Bright Orange. We'll. Way Fit in real nice talking about. MOM Knows get her saw an Oriole. Josh thought her might not have anything today. Was Wrong. He had some featuring Josh all. Going into the open. All weekend again what you got well, let me tell you and Eric gator I saw an Oriole. Start Oil Sun oil. TAP The show on the Bella W I dot, com, talk and text line at four, one, four, seven, nine, one, nine, seven three twitter at Zeh. Impose is okay now. Here's Steve Sabin. Play like mays. Red Light Hey. How you doing? Man Brown, Nice to meet you as the parking lot right out there. Thanks. Don't you guys go anywhere. Linda put on display. With that smart. Automobile driven by Wesley Snipes go right there on the Field Willie mays Hayes reporting for duty at Spring Training from the Great Movie Major League, Tomorrow July, one boys Major League baseball players. Ports! Did you ever think in the depths of the pandemic shutdown that baseball would beat hockey and basketball back to full action back to at least training camp action I wouldn't have. That's what we got. We got a couple of guys opting out around the league, but for the most part. We are ready for baseball to come back. Hi, everybody! Hi, how you happy Tuesday. You have got the Steve Zaven show right here on the game as we welcome in another glorious morning some morning in the. Good land looking forward to fourth of July weekend is Patriot week here on the show. Quick what does that mean? taught Patriot week. Oh that's right for the July. Fourth of July themed week. we can make it. Patriot week if you want hair. Themed like that. Has everyone gotten their fireworks. Purchased going to not yet, you're going today. Is there a particular? 500-gram repeater. A box of love you like. Now not yet I mean I got the I got the whole flyer from Phantom fireworks. Yeah, loaded onto the console of the truck, ready to go nothing in the back of the truck, so we're about except for your floor Jack now that you never leave home without. A cab that's under the seat. Shut up. Be One, flat tire now your skirt into bringing a Jack around with you well I had it. I might as well use instead of sitting. On the garage floor. Underneath some golf clubs, but fair enough so you got benefit went on Bonnet. Josh how about how about your firework display for your cozy little one eighth of one acre? Lot you ready to light the sky up above the Albrecht household. Yeah, I don't. I don't know what we're going to get yet, but we're GONNA. Get something! Yeah. Stuff that flies in the air. Just ground-based sparklers pin wheels that CA- snakes snakes. Those are the worst. Display something that makes it really high pitched squeal noise. And then you realize that thing cost eight ninety nine. For twelve seconds of fun all right right for twenty four seconds more than now. Lights at all. That's true. That's true, but this is this is you know America we light our money on the fourth of July and watch it go high in the air boom and we know we're just giving this money to China because this is where all the fires. Cute kids that somebody has set their alarm. Wake up to the show and they're thinking. It's already begun. The see has begun. It's only four and a half minutes of this. Go Hey on that about this. How about some fireworks today for The lowest number of Monday deaths since March twenty third across America. That's ninety eight days ago. Lowest total number on record with full testing capacity were setting new lows and deaths every week. Consistent decline, good old Wisconsin another zero tobacco shutouts. Up Back shutouts. Did you ever think we would be a hundred and twelve days into this? And we'd have back-back Zeros and there would still be hysteria, and this is not open, and that's not open better. Wear a mask and Blah Blah Blah. I would not have beck that I never in a million years because it started with two weeks to to flatten the curve, just two weeks gives two weeks of putting the TSA and your lives and every. Possible and we want flat in the curve, and then we're going to go on with life. That was what we were sold. Bait. Meet switch. And, here we are this many days later and we have major league baseball players who are. Choosing not to play baseball because they. Don't think it's particularly safe. Don't to leave their family Ryan. Zimmerman of the defending. National Champions. The defending world series champion the nationals yet. The defending world series champion the nationals. Has, said because of his three young children including a newborn. And his wife who has multiple sclerosis that or his mom, my? Mom! that he is going to opt out of the shortened season, which is his perogative, he was only on a one year deal anyway for like six million so and you start reducing that six million. Heck, it's only about two million dollars. WHO's GONNA bend over to pick up a two million dollars, not get actually you if not getting for sure, and if you look at the number of the mountain of money Zimmerman's made in his career. It's like one hundred and fifty million, if not more so whatever. Good for him I'm, not, going to criticize it When I saw the new Bristol Choice. It's an easy one to make because he was going to be a platoon player anyway and he one world series last fall so there you go. When he saw the newest jockey when I saw the news Zimmerman opting out I went. Kate and then immediately moved on and. I can just assume that it's because he doesn't play for my team. If are there any brewers who are currently teetering?.
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
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.
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
76ers' Markelle Fultz Injury Diagnosed as Neurogenic Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
"While back had this last year when Jared I cough who basically missed the entire season came back at the end for the Phillies couldn't pitch and kept having numbness in his fingers. This was one of the first things that was brought up and thought so what's bizarre to me. Is that Marco Faltas seemed you could probably just you probably need to hold room of people to count on their fingers. How many doctors he seen over the last year or so how did this go until now without anyone realizing it's a very bizarre situation. I'm not going to sit here and tell you this ally, and he doesn't have this because. Doctors diagnosed doctors diagnosing it. It's just doesn't pass the the makes sense test. If that makes any sense there's just a lot going on here. Ten doctors to find this. Why couldn't they why did they have all the shots that he took a shot over the summer? I think there is a chance here folks that we are dealing with an athlete that does have something going on. But also has the it feels like we're Foltz comes up. It's like a it's this or it's about well, the Rasic outlets singers, a weird thing where you you don't even really know what you have and you kind of feel numbness. Sometimes you don't feel right. At least that's the way pitchers describe it as they're going through the process that kind of is what faults has been saying like, I feel good. Sometimes those times, they don't it comes and goes that that does go along with this syndrome. But I also think because he's been sore Radic. He is psych them out himself from being able to do things even if he physically can he might have the NBA injured. We might have the double whammy here. With Markelle Fultz eight eight seven to nine ninety four ninety four apparently is heading to Los Angeles to continue as rehab. So he's not going to be around the team. Let's talk to Mike in West, Chester. What's up Mike there? He goes, Mike and western what's up Mike Johanns in good body? What's going on? I just wanna say it's awesome news on. James's family. That's great. It's it's awesome. Yet. Do hey, I gotta say this Joe. L of all the positives of accolades before Carson Wentz negative the interception was unacceptable. Couples Roseman especially on the sleeper. Who was he throwing it to and the one on the one he had Allstone Jeffrey wide open the end zone. And what I was at the gauge, oh, I'm tired. I mean, I love the Jesuits. But it's always you need to change. I'm glad he went to chase. All Sean deserves to get the ball more, and they need targeted more. Am I wrong? Well, I look I don't think he's ever really open mic. Now. We know he's a good fifty fifty receiver where he can kind of get the jump on box a guy box. The guy is a big frame receiver. But there's not many spots in the game. I'm like, oh, wow. What a route. He's so fast Alston's wide open. So I mean, I get it hurts is always open. I would go to him too. I'm not. But I'm happy take got involved last night. That was that. That was nice to see. And I think I'll take that. Because. You should be a new all the time. He has been opened. And like I said I was well. Maybe. Also was stand there all over again. So anyway, I'm not going to knock Corsica's I love what he did mobility. I got a question Peterson though and coach Joe, but what the hell took so long to run the ball. Like, a parody does work having you know, I'm not saying don't vote. When did that's that's how the eagles esteem playing? That's excessive not having a run game makes us team a more viable ASTA offense. So you believe well. Yeah. And they had it last year. I mean, they were balanced last your way more balanced last year, then they were you know, Turley and this year, I think makes a difference job. So. Really makes a difference. He's still Darren sproles. It's a matter of how many snaps many times you get the ball in his hand per game. Mike, I appreciate it. Here's the thing. When it comes to the run pass stuff, we overdo it. There's no one that's going to tell you. It's it's not a good thing to have you can run and pass. It makes you more difficult to defend but the reality of the NFL is easy to score points. How you do it becomes largely irrelevant. If you could score thirty five or forty points a game. No one's going to cry and yell if you do it by passing or cry and yell if you do it by running usually passing the most efficient way to get there, especially if you have a great quarterback or one you think is great like the eagles do right now. So I it's Doug Peters is always going to pass more than he runs. Always. That's the philosophy. That's the coach that's the offense. I think the biggest thing early in the season was they weren't running effectively. And now the last couple of games things are changing here. Josh Adams is running the ball actively. And I thought it's Florida the radar today as I've heard everyone talking about the game. I feel like core climate is. Starting to come on here. And and little by little show, you that he's got a little bursts back. I think he's healthy again last couple of games. This is the last two weeks ten Kerry seventy two yards. Five catches seventy eight yards. That's fifteen touches. One hundred fifty yards less games. Every time. They get the ball court Clements. Hands at ten yards per that. He he looks healthy, Tom and many except next. What's up, Tom? Hey, Joe great show. I just wanted to say this really the most encouraging thing that I saw a lot of positives. But the running backs themselves just the rotation of of seeing sprawled out for a limited amount. I'm glad tuck it and try to like throw him in there and a half you kinda take over the game seeing Clement get his burst back. But one thing that I that I noticed about Josh Adams. And and let me preface this by saying, I am in no way comparing these two I'm just saying I noticed something similar. Is that I noticed for some of the runs that he did he had that kind of levian bell ability to wait for the whole open rather than just hit it and hope for the best. There was a couple of times where you see him get to where he needed to be stop, and then continue to go when it opened up the funded the funny part of you're bringing that up Tom Izzo every time. I I watched the game. Usually when I'm especially when I'm watching at home. I'll just have my phone out kinda I opened up the notes app, and I just kinda type things out as I'm watching almost like is if I would tweet it, but it's just for me. And last night, Tom. I'm looking as I printed it out before the show tonight just to kind of think back to what I was thinking during the game. I have this note right here. It's like halfway down my sheet, and it says Josh Adams kind like a bigger Levy on bell with the patients. We we saw the same thing last night. He does have that where he just he waits more than the normal back. And I keep I keep thinking, oh, he's gonna get stopped in the backfield. But then he has an ability to kind of get going again. Right. And I think you saw that a lot last night. And I haven't I mean from an eagles running back. I can't remember, you know, maybe shady McCoy. But he was more of like a stat back. But but seeing I just really notice it last night where he would wait for that whole. And then he had the first to go through it and pick up additional yard. So that was really promising to see. And again, I don't think anyone's gonna confused Josh bell right now. But she keeps looking like that that's really promising to see not just the physicality of it. But the smarts of when how to play against the defense. It is. It's a good point, Tom and a good car. I the thing I like about it is I like running back groups that have different kinds of backs and sometimes you can have it. Sometimes you can't you're not gonna complain. If you have to good backs, and they're similar, but the eagles now are starting to have that they have right now you'd say small what is completely out of the rotation. Magus sprawls is back so three backs. They have now you have the big Josh Adams kind of more like the bruiser. But he's got that patients. Like, we were just talking about there that patients like a on bell. Then you have an again, no one's comparing him as an athlete or a talented levian. But just kind of that that style you have Corey Clement who could do a little bit of both you strong, but he's also much more explosive than anyone gives them credit for and then in the screen game last week's has been outrageous. And then you have Darren sproles that we know could do a little bit everything and can block and could get out and in catch passes those kind of trios of running backs. I like that. It's it's not there's no Sar here. But there's a good. Group right now. John del ran is up next on W P. What's up, John? John, you are you ready to talk, buddy? John are you here? John. But John to get himself together. I love in the app, it's eight eight seven
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
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..
"corsica" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"And riots in in various small towns trump's he seems to miss the huge cataclysm that was going on in paris corsica corsica is a dominant story for napoleon of all his life but particularly now for the next eighteen months and indeed for the next three four five years napoleon it's going back and forth between his military unit while the country is in revolution the fr the country that's not quite as france to corsica it looks and his and his family's very involved in the revolutionary party in ajaccio ends is brothers get involved and polly comes back this upset in corsica did they see themselves as an independent nation was napoleon participating militarily eventually because he wanted to separate from france he had up until with revolution but sadie soon after the revolution he became a a a revolutionary a supporter of what the the jackson's we're trying to do in in france in entirely we make the the whole political process problems and so this clash of course against the the ultra catholic very conservative people surrounding palley and and trying to separate cool success from from from parents especially this happens of course in the religious area that you mentioned earlier because the perez government the jackman government wanted to nationalize the the the church the catholic church and this was what at costco napoleon is unsuccessful in corsica for various reasons having to do with storming the best storming the fortress and political machinations around him at this point he's so long away from his unit he's a deserter but he heads to paris because he's looking for work and he just happens to be there bit like selling when the mob storms the twin cities and forces the king to humiliate himself what does no polian make of that well he despises the king for allowing himself to to be even though emotionally and politically you know he he supposed revolutionaries he also at the same time hates the mold he has been putting down riots things in from but he has this sense that the mall is is a a phibro untrustworthy dangerous fools and and all of his emotions all those the meal which is to to acquaint with houston implicit down on ethan's should have thought on the on the on the mall but that didn't and instead of course loses sixteen eventually paid for it with his life right in the summer of ninety two they storm the twilla raise and then the mob returns in august and the swiss guard is is massacre that's important of the polian because later on as we will see he faces a mob as well when he's defending the national assembly he has they're bullet holes in the twilla that later on he has removed because he doesn't want the the memory of the defeat of the king is the man is going back and forth between the world from kingship in the world from revolutionary but there's another episode in corsica one more time this is in ninety three despite all of all of the turmoil in paris he's going back to corsica because there's a family dispute actually it's an exhausting story about mulberry stand trees is that what it is it was the mulberries yes it's a mold reordered which is fall bought with borrowed money from the state and which he couldn't get to to turn a profit last fall and then his father died and less the family very badly debt and still unable to make this this mobile should hey so he he really he spent time at the time of the revolution mobile the needed about what was going on in paris really back and forth between paris and corsica corsica and paris but eventually going back and forth there's so much turmoil is good not to be in paris for very long they're they're changing sides all the time april of ninety three is important because this is the day that sharon dean's a giron dean the a french general defects to the austrians who become the first of many enemies that france will have an robespierres then a dot innings your on dis traders everywhere this is a way of talking about you betrayed the revolution napoleon is moving back and forth and he moves very close to robespierre to his brother is that dangerous andrew very dangerous because in july seventeen ninety four when the when the jackson fool some sixty jackson's rules skipped off and beheaded including out ghost in a row skier maximilian at that point napoleon has moved close to the brother in.
"corsica" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Course was chris from who crashed it was reported the crash once in this footage of crashing ones one or two people said that or she crushed twice the team denied that 'em but some people seem convinced the crash twice he was pretty bashed up elites sore he was peddling smoothly enough but with all these things how he sleeps and recovers and yeah i mean he didn't look we didn't look through the finish i mean it's not just the time loss but falling off you know within an hour of i own a half or so if your first big objective of the season far from an ideal star twenty thirteen echoes of twenty thirteen in corsica where he fell off the neutralize zone went onto win that tour of course yeah well nikola portal sky sports director mentioned that let's hear from nico towel and then a little bit from chris firm i mean you could be worse so he can you know against you whose heart his best but other than we if you win the t t i'm not sure about i think i'm happy with this i remember the first time we did the two together and thirteen crush control in corsica pretty badly and you know i mean yeah spa is part of the of the the joe said but obviously yeah it before the time trial then it ended they want is not an easy one to to manage petits tough guy and you know it's gonna happen so i think he was ready choice.
"corsica" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast
"Yeah find a sick yeah and you know what was so great about all of those trips for me it was that we stayed at some of the best places because we really you know well switzerland was paid for but then shooting show but then awesome in corsica we used hotel points so actually pay we had hotel points for the radisson blu which was right up the water outside of josh josh xio and we rented a car we just would take the car we would go to different beaches almost every day it was crowded no people like all august and course coats so we were there in july july they were going to be so crowded and we're like what what are you guys talking about if this is the most crowded is any human here dog some of the most beautiful beaches i have ever been beautiful hounds we drove up into the mountains one day some of the most mountains i've ever seen we took pictures up there and i was like where where is like where are we this is so beautiful people love hiking there then you go down the most beautiful beaches we went to beautiful into which was also very beautiful origin it was very studying and i guess you've got great food talion french influence like half italian half french so a lot of muscles we had a ton of muscles in muscles a lot of good pizza muscles muscles are summer fresh fruit i don't know we would just walk to the little market next to i don't even think we actually ate at the radisson blu a single time why would we well overprice anyway there's a little row of markets and restaurants near the hotel we would just walk there and buy fresh fruit and we did a lot of picnics on the beaches we did get wine and cheese and bread and whatever we just every night watch the sunset having picnic on the beach and there was really no one else on the beach and that's when i was like trying to shape and.
"corsica" Discussed on KQED Radio
"One demand creating a specific mention of corsica in the french constitution today he said corsica faced a choice nationalists who control twothirds of corsica's regional assembly are pushing for more self rule for the island they organized a demonstration before my calls a rival to ramp up the pressure it didn't seem to work the atmosphere during two hours of talks between the two sides was described as cold regional government head jean steam yoni who boycotted a lunch with my call along with other nationalist leaders called the president's speech a missed opportunity grow more lupus be fully i will catch you on the city's school the president of the republic could have used his speech as an opportunity to affirm peace to reconstruct reconciliation to define the framework for serene dialogue and he chose not to mci's walking a tightrope between strong and competing positions is visit with closely watched on mainland france where many are against giving corsica more autonomy to near the greek newbie bar his trip began with a nod to corsica's darker passed a decadeslong campaign of bombings in violence by socalled liberation fighters that ended only in two thousand and fourteen in the island's capital ajax ceo michael paid trip two french prefect plo there he newark who was assassinated twenty years ago led the page has not been turned adding yet widow said in a speech as call stood nearby it is stained with blood from the pulling power that these multiple then came an unexpected meeting with another spouse that of yvonne collona jailed in france for ailing acts assassination by hall told her he would not go back on his refusal to grant amnesty to corsican political prisoners but they would be treated humanely so what is next for corsica further to the west spain's catalonia crisis may serve as a warning of pushing centralized governments too far corsican leaders say they will remain mobilized the stay tuned for the next chapter lisa bryant w paris bonn keith walker embalm you're listening to inside of europe.
"corsica" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"They wanted to have amnesty for the political prisoner and that the prisoners that were a busy can detained in the main influence be rehoused in a prison in corsica as it it can be cool such a family basically and uh they wanted or so to have a special residency status for for people living corsica because a full does the rest of your holiday only two houses there and the prices of housing is going very up an mustered the people call to four that and the last thing the only thing on which as you know michael gave in is they wanted should be in the constitution they wanted to be recognised in the french constitution as something a bit different amoko no mugla said yes to that on this in particular he said yet he didn't say yes to exactly what they want they wanted to be joe to same statues as nuclear dona wedel basically days so far away in of close to israeli ah they have to govern themselves a bit more than if you all you know said one hundred kilometres away from a company on the final the time kenya because obviously there's a bit of a time to that but when you are what half an hour on a boat oh in an hour in it not that long when a plane there is still out feeling in corsica of it being a very very french place despite the fact that it's clearly not very very french place of now that we have this this the argument now being brought out into the open and we have had the nationalists who have it they went to paris last month's to lay this list of demands on most table and then i think is some as young key note jio simeoni who's one of the leaders of the of the the the nationalist party that governs corsica and this is this for veiled threat he's warned of a return to violence if paris persists in ignoring nationalist aspirations once you start saying something like that and you start turning out with a list of demands mac whether he wants to or not is really going to have to take this seriously now isn't he when he has stick is serious because of course he.
"corsica" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The form of corsica i trying to prevent not being from a repeat in corsica the island between france and italy of what's happened in catalonia right um let let me start with the with corsica maybe because uh the parallel with kiptanui eyes speed stretched in the 10th that there was the referendum uh a popular referendum on the the corsican autonomy uh he's an independent back uh i believe under the fuck because the presidency and the result was was very much in favour remaining inside the republic about more than seventy percent of of voters um decided to to remain and and delete demonstrations we've seen uh had gathered uab depending who utah between thick than twenty thousand people which is not really what we were discussing and and boston luna said we'd say it's more about how to dress um the the uh recent regional elections and of course uh which so the independent just movements uh um gather ally alatas feats in the regional parliaments and probably be playing on the fact that far uh cause on that comes party uh almost hasn't really um february defied it what was their agenda on on corsica now on on the reform uh clearly uh and and you need to link with the crew lucien uh in germany uh which so far hasn't been uh go uh there is clearly a message from uh president back home to germany but also to the other european partners staff shown uh for once is serious about structural reforms that's the reason these started heads on in september with the labor market reform uh which as you can imagine was a difficult reform um but i i would say what he was reading using here is the fact that he was elected on a structural reform platform good morning it's madness markets are in everybody's spent the saudi a total have melt up i'll be at the beginning of a meltdown or correction or by market your view our view here they're thorium is uh.
"corsica" Discussed on KGO 810
"Problem and the ages to officially here talking about unite between eighteen and thirty uh that you the odds are if you're an african american and you could pulled over by the police that you're going to be health and that's amazing i mean it's like three to one for a latino and nine to one for whites that if you get pulled over by the police said you're going to be i mean i'm just trying to think like i've been pulled over but i don't know maybe fix the 100 times of my life but from speeding and stuff like that i've driven a lot i don't i'm not proud of that number but i've been pulled over awad i only once that i ever have handcuffs put on me and that's because until the story it was at you know in radio we get to drive sometimes cars for free from dealerships in this idiot lost the tags and then reported him stolen then he found of it and tell them i'm driving a car was stolen tags in corsica after going to handcuff me but i'm white and they let me go if it had been a black i'ma be did um so i don't know what we do to stop this i mean um you know i mean look in i i if you're cop listening i get it you're you're driving around you see a guy black or white do something that you think a suspicious mmhmm and you pull off and it's an african american kip okay you're not thinking about well i have to be politically correct you're thinking of marketing at home tonight right the problem is is that most of the time that that that the way you are thinking has exacerbated the reason why that guy might hurt you is because earlier on in his life he's been pulled over a and put into the some he has a criminal record because he was put into the.
"corsica" Discussed on WEEI
"Of what happened with chris price apparently looping up the back of one james harrison first of all the dick for actually asking a media person to delete oh yes corsica's it's ridiculous is stitches europol's slicking totally kqeds europe this is all bells good near the assessment that the usual up an unusual usually fish melania for details of harassing actually squeezed the lotion into chris his hand hand isn't asked the rub in his back and he did why would immediately person tooth anchor unless you had a great relationship i mean a great relationship with that plan i don't think there's a relationship that exists were that's acceptable no i don't either so what are you thinking of this is a guy who i will i will say that that james harrison took advantage took advantage if i'm a fijiian price i'm like filing some sort of like your complaint two volunteer you do not right now just went on hunger you didn't touch me either touch me lou you a rubbing low hyun on your body shoulder you're rubbing your body against this because it to close there's a lot of our we have video rains get very heavily of their for former nice the deal big what seeking is a big big what why with your skin so high it's not that warming here it's like i got high forty degrees in in the giro nor has six now you're sick bells i really feel like i didn't change my clothes though like liu when i need to change our till let me hey you know what ryan now i know why with me when four hours and forty eight is it gonna be in ryan all the way to the towel wrote lotion up or is gonna win radar hill resumes kind of like a wind speed moment right i was rolling you right i was like this is how you get ahead in this brian a.
"corsica" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House
"Him a nationalist alliance winning a majority in regional elections in corsica which is very interesting i wonder particularly with you'll see from your sort of mona gas perspective what is what does this mean is this is is it does that make that that is tricky challenge from macron or does it not really changed substantially the wall he's encounter now well eve michael had to in vain invent an opinion on many things are when he run for the presidency but one thing he didn't he wasn't strong about east corsica we don't really know what his position is on corsica so it's a very unopened book basically but what you have to remember is that yes it's a big win for the nationalist these the nationalist one emerge of the autonomist andy independentist but they are more autonomy standing pendant is at the moment and the autonomous have been winning the local elections for the last two years so it's not exactly brennan you in corsica we a nationalist are were on the rise so inimical would have to deal with that that's for sure and and but negotiation is going to be it's going to be important in a way conduct in negotiation is very important because we arriving to very sensitive to sensitise sensitive time in corsica in february it's going to be to twenty years of the association of justice nation of a very famous prefect by the independent is in corsica and the might you know in the be corporation somehow blood's can can confuse again somehow in people that just just in dental opinion and i'm saying there's going to be any morning or anything just people are going to be more on edge somehow so we have to give in somehow somewhere and he my will look to how the uk's working as in terms of devolution corsica is quite devolved compared to other regions in france it's an island swiss m easier basically they have an assembly but they warned more the have their own motive of power and there are a few things that pot emmanuel macron could giving on without without being seen as you know just crumbling in front the nationalist just because it's being recognised at the moment corsica as a very different identity and why not is been seen in other countries.
"corsica" Discussed on talkRADIO
"Card so saving on marine life i think it's a great sort of thing to do it she is he's quite brave and but yes hide commendable story sooner rather than when it was the problem when i read this story out but the first thing i wanted to say was bah humbug we're talking about a little bit elicit here i mean you're not going to save will destroy the planet by letting kids put a bit of glittering christmas god's uh but they looked at his level everyone country became today and is all they are they even in the twenty two thousand ministries in the country how many apart from the ones that are ruined by day nurseries are doing it how many elsa revolt but northeast pay just one group linkin nicky butt maybe they take stat at that make you feel them police elite slip away like picked out you said he felt like it's still three thousand children nothing use that says three thousand children attend these nazi nurseries which is westbound gene at least in in them some more sense of even a village of environmental responsibility who get let me just sit to ruled that he's talking notes notices it three years old are not going to have a sense of environment responsibility they want to put these are on the cards if it the navy code leather wasn't going to be the counter planet can you have to cut another one can prevent you think they've got the sort of they should be the one becoming aware things knock in growing i must say corsica what he's been genuinely suicidal when i said i'd never question what exactly glitzy was models and i knew the soldiers plastic casings to kind of metallica other so at the very least it's got me thinking about it but it will go to school use it be you know did it was closer are you actually teaching them the glacier is bad wherever be tight but nearly three here we when i last year we all know yeah but but but what will will vis vis dangerous res group all they're going be teaching the kids about about homes of austria i understand the can we talking their parents can they couldn't get thinks case but yeah i i understand the can.
"corsica" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"The movement of who i am is connected to that black culture so i think scott you know you could relate to a from whatever culture you identify wittig is giving you your identity in and your rhythm yeah well let's take rhythm literally for second what sort of music did you listen to growing up in what convinced you to begin making music yourself while listen to growing up earth win and fire i listen to the commodore lionel richie also i listen to shock a con i listened to the heatwave and a lot of popular 80s music whether it was george michael and well more boy george the corsica so does it end it we also had like chicago had a house music phase there hours listen to so that was all potter ma ma pilot and then came hiphop hiphop came in early '80s who is your first exposure to help how'd you remember my first exposure the hip was a piece of a record there was called planet run by africa bam bata in seoul sonic force it was me here in at music and saying what is this this is a credible when i saw people dance into it and they will break dancing to a new something i never seen before in our related to it so much i felt like i wanted to do this i felt by i will see a kids there were like me but they felt like he rose because they were able to break danzi light iraq now held were you roughly around the sample that time i was ten years old okay and that actually got me into music initially got into to music because i was a break dancer really yeah and i so happened to be visiting my cousin while ago spin summer times when my cousin in cincinnati.