18 Burst results for "Dartford"
Driving Teams to Exceptional Levels of Performance with Global B2B Marketing Powerhouse, Colin Day - burst 02
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"dartford" Discussed on B2B Marketing Now
"Take risks and impact change joining me on this episode of radically transparent is colin day. Managing director of mea. An eight-pack here off the post colin day. Welcome to the. Show me coming on. Absolutely listen it's it's a true honor to have you on the show Know there's much much to your background But as a former podcast host of are two very successful shows the globalization of social media and stuff. You should know about our change new worlds. It it's really a a turn of the table. If you will to have the host the one toast i getting radically transparent with us today. So we're in for a lot of fun and colin. Are you ready to get radically transparent. Agents like a beijing would. Maybe i'll try. I'll try to listen all started off the first question it will be an easy one Quotes right what's your name. Who are who. Are you calling day there. There's so much more this and and how on earth right just looking at your background and for those though in going to dive into this but throughout your career as a marketing leader. One of the best influential. C. suite advisers. I've ever met and worked with in my career. And one of the top of the top with an reputation of excellence in developing in delivering strategic roadmaps in the fintech space. How on earth did you find yourself at optimal excused. Share a little bit about who you are and how you you got here. Yeah get the my my career snow right now that fancy of from its but it's about beating the right place the right time. If you look at my background. I started off as a banka very very young and impressionable way. Joy electric company And they gave me a really really good like amir. Grounding in business practices like bill defaults told me like older disciplines. Abouts come. you're really what it means to to to be a business leader. I've worked with some great people. Montagny really started with a guy who will stay gays now on that much but Casing yet he was my first manager. Snuka near dartford Waiting a Very impressive questionable ages. sixteen Stuck with you tonight is ryan and things of the will told me and you know the the leadership that will guys may slacker really slack. Amir set me up for ym tonight. And then i. I was sorry i hope well as listening was listening to properly known as retired by now if we if we fast forward a little bit from their Started off the banco was vancouver. For twelve years moved from case through a company called skandinaviska enskilda banken no or a c. bay against a win the in financial subsidy spice but from the moved to this organization that became songo right so it was a small second fintech oganization within fremont sydney joining the organization. When so the company to sun god and the rest is history was made moving into sorry you still you still f i s so i didn't personally i wish i did. I guess i was paul via the ten thousand. Plus employees moved from sangob to advice. Yes oh that journey. That journey was really If we look in the year two thousand right nineteen twenty two thousand when i joined a while ultimately became sunguard size. A small like financial technology company code..
"dartford" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish
"Unable to go on to to laughter. And what had happened was people listening And these joke about. So August nineteen ninety-one. There was a cricket match on and in both of them had leftover the wickets and he caught the bales and they went off and he was out and it leads to Jonathan new. Agar's saying what has become one of the great cricket commentary moments of He couldn't get his leg over. He didn't quite get his leg over was the. Line and to begin with no laughed but the two of the commentators just start pissing themselves really hard. I listened to the other day and you do laugh you laugh a lot when you listen to it as well. So supposedly around the country people were finding, it's so funny that they had to pull over in their cars they had to stop and at the DARTFORD. Tunnel this guy was unable to pay the toll because he just couldn't stop laughing at the same and ended up with a two mile long. Why they've now taken away the toll barrier isn't adopt the tunnel and replace them with nothing. So you don't know there's any Dr. charge until your hit with a fine two weeks later. while. Three episodes. FUNNY CRICKET ANECDOTES SUDDENLY TURNED INTO A. Political. I'll be there are lots of signs every. It but yeah okay. We are going to have this debate later there are not. Good story about cricket time because I've been waiting to get this complain about the Dartford tunnel in for two. For international listeners by the way, the Lego for thing is sexual innuendo in the. Game between. The place. Yeah. Dartford is a place where. You less. They saw themselves up. Okay it's time for our final factor, the show, and that is my fact.
"dartford" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish
"Was they kind of they the people in Western thought these Germans were quite ungrateful because they were getting a lot of money in a lot of eight from the. West. But they were kind of not really loving it very much and so they've West German. It's called the East Germans yelm process meaning moaning easterners. Out like are these guys moaning and the East Germans called the West Germans best of Isis meaning no, it's westernise and so there was like, basically, it took a lot of time for all to become homogenized everyone kind of knew what was going on About. Not really interesting. Really interesting. But yeah, traffic jobs they're fun out like Not really this one in Indonesia this quite famous Not so bad now because I fix the road, but it was on the one of the main motorways and it was the exit. So the city of Breckis and so locals called it the Brexit on apparently this is had the worst traffic in the whole of Indonesia over the last few years. What was it called the brexit before we had a Brexit I think it was named after that I think they saw that the English brexit. We massive traffic south after that. Castro FIC- pilot? Worth going. Right. Still influencing global culture. The was traffic job in the dot for tunnel in twenty six. Lorry. Driver Hits Ventilation Fund because he wasn't the right part of the lane. That is known by motoring organisations as the product they always you mean it was like. No it's like a really famous old traffic channel whenever you're talking reminiscing about the old days of the traffic jams. are in London was this one and it's known as the press. Why do I call it the shit because that would have been the hitting the fan Right I needed you on branding. I think my favorite traffic jam that I've read and it feels like this is it feels potentially apocryphal. But in August of nineteen ninety one, there was a two mile traffic jam at the entrance of the Dartford tunnel and it was caused because drivers weren't unable to go on to to laughter. And what had happened was people listening And these joke about..
"dartford" Discussed on Newcomers: Star Wars, with Lauren Lapkus & Nicole Byer
"The company is ambushed by add as gone as on. Ask Is. Yes on Ninety Day fiance and his hunting party and takes up. In the trees thorin charges at yeahs on who overpowers and severely injured him with his Ward Bill Blows Saves Fluorine from the ARC's in challenges ZANU as og. Just, as the company is rescued, by EAGLES IMPLY IMPO implied to be sent by gladder drill. Oh, I didn't get that I didn't get why the Eagles eager and boy that Gandalf spoke to the butterfly. Butterfly got them. Oh, I guess. Yeah. Actually I that's what I thought too but I guess it was the I. Guess It was collateral in this movie in the book it's just the the Eagles C they see the fires they come, they actually can talk. That'd be calm and they save them and the reason that they save them is because Gandalf like help them once. Oh. Well, as they escape to safety of the Kerak again, revive's Thorin who renounces his previous disdain for Biblo after saving him. I've been. DIPLO earlier. Bill Boat I don't know why it's so hard for me to remember Bilbo saved Thorin and so then Thorne was like. Now Yeah. That was a very dramatic where he was like you I told you that you would be a hindrance at a burden and it's like damn be more. He had me fooled because I truly was like this insufferable idiot if anything diplo's doing a great job in health themm. Doing all this and then like turned it I was like, Oh, I guess I wasn't vested. It just happens like when Bilbo, almost died off the side of that mountain and that guy was like should be here I was like, yeah he almost died be Orense darns not a nice guy like he's kind of a both in the movies and in the books I mean like. I think the movie makes them a little bit more. Tries to make them a little bit more likable because he's like supposed to be a noble king or like. You know warrior or something, but he is also like. You. Know he's very rude. Yeah Okay in the last minute is they see the lonely mountain in the distance where sleeping smog awoken by a thrush knocking snail against us stone, and then he all that goal drips off my kind of like that part I liked that parks I was like Ooh more fun to be had. Do some sort of cliffhanger. I like. My problem with this movie is there was no I candy. There was no Orlando Bloom there was no Vigo Mortenson. No, we only race of L Ron Hubbard. So I just. Yeah. I think I wanted more sexy and that's not to say that bill for and Beaufort and Ori-, and Maury. Kili and valid and. They're not. You know terrible looking but in feely are supposed to be there like very young they're supposed to be like the young spry one. They're funny. I don't know. I don't know how to describe I don't even know how to differentiate them so that you can know who I'm talking, right? They don't give them enough. Yeah they don't have enough to do. There's too many. I agree they should should have died. We could have gotten to know some of them. Yeah. WAIT WHO's Lindor? Oh. Okay. So he's from flight of the conchords Brenton who was Okay. So there's a part where this is actually Susan L.. He walks down the stairs when they're when they first get to that special place like they cross over that bridge and they're suddenly in the world and he walks down the stairs and then Mike was like they gave Bret McKenzie a bigger role because he's famous by the time they did this part and I was like Oh me rewind it and see him and he was like, no, you just like we're looking at him and that was him and then you said, let me rewind and find him. The like that. So he's the one because he has no beard. He looks totally different, but he has his long hair and he has like you know ten lines at a point where they I get to the little world. Yeah. He's. He's just like one of the what else? Who like me them? Yeah it's not really important coward. I have another question. So you mentioned the talks. So Bella Donna took is his mom. Talking about her like her bloodline like her okay curb Elilott they they talk about it later on they're like, oh the I. Forgot what the name is but like one of One of BILBO's from his mom size. Great. Great. Great. Great grandfather was so big. He could ride a horse and yes. Once he like knocked off like this goblins head into a hole and that's how the game Gulf like was Oh my God. That's the level of child nece. GACY's. Be. That's why this movie is a little skits. So because it's very much like it's a hundred percent based off this children's book. So it's so silly. You have all these doors whose names rhyme like they all of them rhyme it's like feeling and Owen glowing in Noory north, and then you have like they're they're they're just like. Know. Ronaldo's on. It was like you knew them like they were your friends. But you just have all the it's like they're singing songs and it's like there's like trolls. All of the things are very like it's all like mishaps and like it's a fun little thing but then the movie because it's linked to this Lord of the Rings. Trilogy that is very much like much more mature. It's like well, we gotta add violence and fighting and so. It's like kind of it's to Dartford kids movie you know. It's weird. I know 'cause I was thinking I was thinking it was so silly and fun than I was picturing showing my nephews but I was like they might be scared of this year's. How old are they seven and four I think that? Yeah I think they'd be shared. Yeah. It is weird because it does teeter between being super silly and then like, oh, we cut this man's off head off. To him and he's not going to be happy about it. How about that big character that had like balls for a neck that was wild. The goblin King Yeah yes. The GOBLIN. King was the wildest listings creature. I've ever seen as pretty good. I did not like him backhoe sequences. It's again it's like crazy 'cause it's it's gross. He likes his throat that was sick and then my greedy fucking vulgar but after he does it, the Goblin King goes that'll do it. Through like like Pisa and he was like fell. Blair. That'll do it. It's like. It's like, what are you? What is? Not, scary because it's so the Cillian Dorky in those moments that I was kind of. That's fine like I'm not like but like because the movies were kind of trying to be more serious than it makes the part like when they're spinning the wizard on the floor like it makes it funnier because you're like, okay it's not that serious like so there's gotta be a middle ground somewhere in here but. We found. Yeah. Doing some Trivia Nicole Young. Okay. So in the Lord of the Rings Trilogy, the scale illusion was accomplished by placing hobbit or dwarf actors and actresses further away from the camera than Sir Ian mckellen, but still live on the same set. See how we talked about that this time. However, the illusion had to be accomplished by having the other actors and actresses on a completely different set. So crazy while mckellen performed his part all alone on a green screen set with only an earpiece connecting him to the. Being, provided by the rest of the cast. And ended up feeling lonely and frustrated to up the cast and crew snuck into the tent in which he stayed during breaks and decorated with mementos from the Lord of the Rings Films. Old Props and tapestries from Riverdale and Lutheran as well as fresh fruit and flowers this. said that is so sad he. Why couldn't he hang out with them? Yeah in. Well I guess inbetween they were shooting. So there'd be like during their shooting they'd be setting up for his shots so they That or they were shooting at simultaneous I don't know. that. I would be so upset. Why did they do this? That's so depressing to try to make it look more realistic, but it doesn't look anymore Oh. Doesn't look more or less realistic. Yeah. I felt like it was even more confusing in this one than other ones I feel like the scale was almost more dramatic a yes. Then I had seen it and then that seems like a flaw like. You're. Like I mean like all over the place. While filming the battle of.
"dartford" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Some people are calling us the imbalanced brothers. Marcus and I guess that fits what we do here on the podcast. We definitely fit the imbalanced brothers. Monica since we're doing that we've we've kind of cooked up this birthday twins thing in our first one is Keith Richards. And Bobby cues who played with the stones and a million other people. Not a million I exaggerate. But on December eighteenth nineteen forty-three. They were both born. Keith in England and Bobby down in Texas and we thought it'd be fun to do a quick Five favorite rolling stones songs with Bobby Keyes On 'em I did a thorough search of all my favorites in things that I knew and didn't know and thought it'd be fun to do that. What do you think I'm totally down? I've got my five ready to go as well as far as his. My five favorite Bobby Keys Rolling Stones Songs. Why don't you viewers and then I'll do mine? All righty number. Five emotional rescue just loved the song. It's one of my. It's not like it's one of my earliest encounters with the rolling stones as somebody who was aware of music. My number four brown sugar love that song. I know it's a classic but it didn't hit me the same way. Some of the other songs like my number three which is bitch. I absolutely love that song and his work has beautiful number two tumbling dice and number one did you do. Doo Doo heartbreaker. It's probably my all time favorite rolling stones song great stuff man and we got a couple of in the same ballpark. I had emotional rescue my number five. I put bitch at number four rip. This joint was my number three. Can't you hear me knocking that Solo we were talking about in the first half of the PODCAST. At number two. And live with me from legibly. Maybe my favorite rolling stones song ever all time period at my number one bobby keys sex songs on the amounts history of rock and roll. And there's two guys involved. You're talking a lot about bobby but you know If it weren't for Kief you gotta think that Bobby might not ahead the camp the career he had because Keith. In their friendship in his enroll in the stones became integral but when he was free to do other stuff It allowed bobby to develop his his role as a side Man. And a rock and roll. Legend Airs Keith. He starts out the same day bobby does. But he's born over there in Dartford Kent where he would later meet that young Michael Philip Jagger and UH start a chapter rock and roll history that we talk about from time to time but never can mention enough talking about the fantastic rolling stones. His folks were typical post. Were folks you know they were they. They went through it all and they brought some kids into the world and their kids were part of the first wave of Fritz. Trying to rebuild their country and have a good life he had hit great grandparents. Great grandparents he had really great grandparents including his mom's Dad Gust Pre who is a touring jazz player With GUSTA pre. It is boys and he got Keith. Interested in guitar. And actually I have the book here and and I'll post a picture on the facebook page and on twitter of the book that Keith wrote with his daughter Theodora about gus and learning the Malagueta and Making you know his way towards music when you can reach it. Y- let.
"dartford" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
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"dartford" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
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"dartford" Discussed on Thank God I'm Atheist
"And maybe some, some abortion buses some, some. Oh that. There you go. Let's go. Let's get a business going just. No, not at biz a nonprofit that. Well, that's what I'm strives. Buses through states that don't right? Have it legal and shuttle just sign up online? We'll pick you up. Yeah. Undisclosed location. Then they'll try to make it illegal to leave the state, which they have been, I think, in Georgia, I think, John, disgusting. What you go to do in another jurisdiction. Yeah, that's legal there. Right. None of your goddamn fucking billions like saying, oh, you went across the state line to Nevada to gamble. Right. And then he came back here. Yeah. That's illegal. No fucking bullshit. All right. So I'm going to take us across the pond. Great britain. What's so great about it. Britain britain. Written by Britain, where a nurse named Sarah Kutai has lost her job in Dartford Kent, because she, she was she was practicing as a nurse. Dealing with cancer patients and she kept trying to preach her. Jesus atom. She, she one of her patients compared it to a Monty python sketch where she had attempted to give him her bible. She quoted scripture at him and finally asked him to sing along with her a him. Soul of some sort. Okay. Awkward. That's very, very awkward. And also very much against the code of conduct for nurses in that country. Sure. Yeah. So she was fired from the NHS and, and was. Yes. So this, this created a hubbub she, she was then later allowed to resume nursing, but she's still needed to appeal the ruling because the ruling was unjust. So she appealed it. And the appeals court said, no. And then the even higher court was like yet. No, you were very clearly violating the rules, which are to not make people suffering from cancer feel wildly uncomfortable. You stupid cow. So. Dan? Dan Dan, Dan? Dan Dan, Dan? Dan? She's christian. Right. So therefore, the rules, don't apply apply for because she, she hers is a is a higher calling answers to a higher authority. She was she. She decided that these not these rules issued by the in h s how dare they rules are wrong. Well, she was asking go contrary to her Christian values. Damn she was a she was asking the courts to differentiate between appropriate and inappropriate expressions of religious beliefs. She said that she any expression she was evangelized instead of proselytizing, and that's a very, very. She, she invoked article nine of the European Convention on human rights, which Britain's desperately trying to get out of, apparently, but, but she's, she's free, but that article nine talks about freedom to manifest one's religion or beliefs. She claimed it was applicable. It was not they've, they've decided. New so yeah, she's she lost that. All right. Well, good. Yeah. I a story of a nother. Woman standing up to the authorities this time. However, Dan, I, I support her. Oh, okay. Because she's standing up to religious authorities. Oh with the power of state behind them. I'm talking about a female singer by the name of Nagar, moas, Adam. Hooley in Iran. Okay. And there are rules about women singing, John here. I imagine they have lots of those essentially. A woman just simple overly simplified a woman's not allowed to sing alone. Oh, what? Why would she? Why would she ever that would be? It would be horrific. There are no are no Slyke sort of women. Solos singing solos, on broadcast television radio around. They, they can sing they just can't sing solo..
"dartford" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House
"Of yours. Leaders of slave rebellions or international dance styles. Now, obviously, I'm sure they're more available themes than that, it strikes me, for example, that fully one hundred twenty three men have played in premiership sides Jhelum football club. So that's one hundred twenty three ready made street names right there. I don't know what the people to them waiting for. Samir. There is a thing. Here isn't here that that he's going to get harder and harder to name streets off the historical places people events or things because somebody will always complain. The is says she is in fact, just considering giving them numbers. Yeah. Quite funny. I guess the. Yeah. If you if you will I suppose it kind of depends on where and what you're looking at. I mean, there's of course, kind of contested historical legacies around things like colonialism and kind of events in the far past. I think in the UK I think some councils ready take an approach of looking just at local history and kind of local figures who've done something, which seems parolee more likely to be an offensive. I will say quite like in the UK there's a policy that you don't you generally don't name roads after as someone who's still living in case. They disgraced themselves later. Really? I'm going to ask you both. I mean, are there particular themes, which you think are safe or possibly appropriate tariff? I was going to put you in charge of some hypothetical conurbation. What what would you go around naming the streets after it's difficult because everybody can you know, at the moment, we're in the middle of discovering sort of the skeletons in every in every figures closet of every musician every film star and lied. The name idea of naming them off to films does an idea. Do they make a Dutch go streets or something if the there isn't one already it's quite well, maybe she's just kicked something like flowers does that pretty uncontroversial but boring, but. I believe that they're on, but, you know, in east near over nine hundred thousand nine people had a whole wave of changing, the names of the sort of yet block era streets, and that's still going on in places like Poland, and Hungary, whether sort of going through every little street now and changing changing the names back on Spain. Where they've changed lots of places from sort of Franco street to somewhere else. So I just come in holding the there is one place named after dick Brin new trick to the creator of MiFID the teen. Rub it, but there is already. There is a midfielder wear already cricketer Brian place in Britain. I think he's a cricketer mystery after him and then not calling it Brian. Today. Just call it have you done along similar lines. It was somewhere in Yorkshire. This did happen. I'm not making this up. The there was they were laying out a new suburb, and they wrote down an amusing name for the street where the police station would eventually sit thinking we'll change it later. But it turned out the police really liked the name. So they've kept can anybody. Guess what? It was. No, it is cold. Let's be of new. Samir. Is there a particular theme or idea or class of street name strike? She was appropriate as mayor of whichever city you've decided to be mayor of. Yeah. I mean, I guess the the easy thing is to go really defensible though that the Saddam didn't do that. With the dawn styles from around the world which short he would have been quite hard to get funded by except somebody. One thing I quite liked to his in Dartford. They've made named a whole load of streets off to Rolling Stones songs on the basis, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards met on the platform at would station apparently..
"dartford" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"Heard of the dart farts controversy now, but anything with the word fart in it. I like the real thing these two Jason mentioned earlier he was at a cornhole tournament that was supposed to be for charity. It was being professional cornhole players. This is a professional dart throwing championship. Oh, I'm sure there's an official name for it. And they're in the quarterfinals. There's like a world championship in one finalist accused the other of fighting during the game. It's good technique. It is very smart. Just folks Besley and besides it. He said you were a close playing and you let him alive in the first session. He said that it will smelly on the stage visited factors on stage. Well, I think he thinks you did it was it was bad. It was. But it was thank Othello is how. Mostly the to get so Monday. He was you know. So Hillman swore kids live far right there. It's a good tactic. The other guy farted because nothing closed, but it was smelly. Anyway. It was smelly usually CJ. Lose the game. Because of the smelly far the guy talking one. Okay. The other guy loss saying he lost. Because the guy who won was farting on stage, and it was messing him up because it's so distracting. Stinky doing that on purpose. If one I would do it on purpose. How can you do it on purpose to can do cannot? I could right now. On pretty much. Wiles risky. I can't fart on demand. Say this if I was f- gas instead of walking away a holding it in I might release one there just as a distraction at the cornhole tournament you could. Right. You can plan for and you can say, oh, so and so whatever gives me gas, but you don't know for sure. Why not us all to your disposal shocked that you can fart on pretty much? I think I drink so much soda. I'm always I have always like a gas bubble staff to burp. Yes. I can go the other way, I'm not trying to be gross. But I I think I'm not proud of it. I know I could is that the shocking. I'm shocked. Soda. That's why in the thing is the shows restraint. I have I've never done in front of you. Katie in twelve years props for that. For holding agents, and is becoming more and more main. Usually give me props for not farting for twelve years. Mean for that? I'll take. Skits f. Saudi. Don't tell me you went off always up there. So. Table Sade was eggs rotten egg. For me. Tell me what possible so off the roof. And that's what I was thinking. The Dartford controversy. I love me big time. I do know a guy used to be a boxer and he said back in the day. What he would do? There's guy that was famous for clenching, meaning grabbing you if you got in trouble. And so he said he ate nothing. But garlic the day before he said his wife couldn't be around. No one could be around him. And then when the guy was clinching he was reading on them and the guy stopped clinching, come out of your pores. By garlic. And the guy was like totally distracted the guy and he won. Do whatever you can do to win. Now. See that you can plan for. Yes. Farting on demand. I'm still baffled by. All right, y'all have our different skills. Ask you this. Do you feel as approaching the holidays certain point where you're like? Needs to work out. I'm just going to be eating while you kinda give up the new year, January seconds. When I start that process of making people start they make their new fitness goals. You know in January that's when people start hitting the gym. But did you have you reached the point yet where you have given up your health? I have not. I have said oh gosh. You've got people coming in town. It's not the easiest I'm going to have to back off a little bit. I'll I've totally given up. So you have given up. Geared up until the new year. Jason look at us that way. Twenty nine November. It's not even December. We are not alone. Jared, and I'm assuming. We're not alone. If you've given up on being healthy until two thousand nineteen I'll tell you what I mean. Coming up next. Hey, it's Katy from Jared and Katie in the morning sitting in with an Christian John's from Johns, plumbing, heating and air. Tell me a little bit about the story. How did it all begin? Yes. So my dad when he was my moved to North Carolina for the coastguard and decided to start his own company. He started by himself and sold his only car for a service fan. And so he really was a one man show. Your father certainly has grown in empire. Now, we have.
"dartford" Discussed on They Walk Among Us
"Fifty nine year old Gordon Semple worked for the metropolitan police in Westminster, and it seen is fair share of gruesome scenes is part of his work in the antisocial behavior unit. He kept domestic violence victims safe. The also work to help behind Lewis in London and had been a police officer for thirty years the Scottish native born in Inverness during nineteen fifty six was raised on the Rick more state with his brother, Ronnie. After he left school. He found employment in the banking sector working for the Bank of Scotland in the early nineteen seventies from Inverness he traveled to the capital of England and successfully applied for a position in London's. Metropolitan police force that we expect it to be transferred to the fraud score due to his background in finance. The found is cooling working amongst the community. Gooden was in a loving relationship with his partner of twenty five years. Gary makes. On the morning of April. First two thousand and sixteen Gordon left his home in Dartford and said goodbye to Gary after Gordon shift they had planned to meet for drinks at a local pub, and then have dinner together at time in front of the telly. Twelve thirty pm. He left a work meeting at the Shangri LA hotel him the chard central London as he left CCTV filmed, his movements two and a half hours later. He was seen on camera. Great Guilford street in southern off a mile from the shot. But after that, Gordon was never seen again. Gary makes was extremely concerned when his boyfriend failed to return home from work sev- reported Gordon's disappearance to the police initially, Gary and Gordon's family had been asked by the metropolitan police, not to talk to the media, Gary it cooled Gordon more than twenty times but received no response. Gordon, enjoy trips abroad. But he made no indication to anyone that he had plans to go away on holiday. Police spokesperson for Scotland Yard addressed the media rebound, Gordon. They said his role as a specialist one that routinely involves work with external partners and agencies, and it is not uncommon for much of his time to be spent away from the office working in plain clothes. We're in the process of tracking his movements throughout the day to determine why he may have gone missing. And this includes liaising with persons who spoke to a met with him during his tour of duty Gordon's disappearance is not believed to be linked with his employment. A Facebook page was set up on April fourth by family friend to raise awareness of Gordon's disappearance over the course of just a few days. It had reached over sixty thousand people Gordon was described as white with the large build shaved head stood around five foot ten inches tall. He was last seen wearing a lilac shirt dark trousers and branch sheets. Carrie, nNcholas Gordon's niece spoke to the BBC and said, this is completely out of character for him is just a very outgoing sociable guy. Very happy. Go lucky. He wasn't on any medication or anything. We have no reason to suspect. He would just disappear without telling anyone nothing like this has ever happened to him before. There were concerns for Gordon's welfare. So he was treated as a high risk missing person the homicide, gene, it was cooled into lead the investigation into his disappearance. The public was urged to contact crunch stop as if they had any information that might assist in the inquiry detective chief inspector cliff Lyons leading the investigation told the press we continue to retain an open mind concerning the circumstances of Gordon's disappearance and consideration has been given to whether he may have become a victim of crime. However, at least staged this is just one line of inquiry. It is still hope that he will return home safe, and well DC our lines discuss Gordon's movements in the CC TV footage, which captured Gordon Semple on great Guilford street. He said we're yet to identify Gordon met with anyone in that area was merely passing through. He can be seen looking at his mobile telephone. But not making overseeing Cole. Five minute walk for those the sod London stations to the back of the people the state detectives, not December left Assad at twelve thirty am and he was supposedly they'll think ATV at three day now needs with dominos. Where he will inbetween..
"dartford" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"WTMJ news time, seven oh, six the bucks. Go into three point Jagan. Their first Pfizer form fray. Doug, Russell has recapping sports at seven fifteen. The full Senate preparing to weigh in on judge Brett Kavanagh's nomination to the supreme court with an initial vote on Friday in putting the process in motion majority leader Mitch McConnell likely to call for a final vote over the weekend allegations of sexual misconduct. When Cavanaugh was in high school and college have rocked the president's effort to put the conservative appeals court judge on the high court the cabinet nomination. Splitting Washington DC down partisan lines democrat. Congressman Mark PO can says Blasi Ford's testimony was believable. She came across all very genuine Republican congressman Ron Johnson on Blasi Ford. I think Dartford lease what she's telling us says we saw a different Brad Kavanagh than we'd seen before during testimony more on belligerent. But Johnson says Kavanagh's reputation is on the line gotta stain his reputation for life. Now, I think justifiably be pretty passionate his himself themselves. Senate could vote on Kavanagh's nomination as soon as this weekend. Melissa Klay WTMJ news at the top three most valuable global brands that probably won't come as much of a surprise, apple Google and Amazon come in as the top three brands in the world. That's according to a top one hundred list ranked by inter brand best global brands Facebook only comes in at number nine. It used to rank higher into brand says Facebook's brand value has declined six percent. The past year new on the list this year Spotify and Subaru a couple of brands that had fallen off the list are back, including Chanel. Which reentered at twenty three this year Nintendo returned at ninety nine apple and Google..
"dartford" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"You have another thirty seconds now because I was rudely interrupted. Okay. Mr Chairman, Senator Harris, we do have a blown up copy of this for the members to view if that's helpful. Okay. I'm going to check marks Dexter homes that I can confirm the correct locations. And then an extra question, Mark. When I don't know where these people live. I'm only asking you to confirm if that map accurately shows where you were living at the I lived at the time. So I can't see the street name. But I'm happy to refer to the address or the neighborhood four one five eight zero eight fifty six hundred if you'd like to check in near the like. What is the place called the naval research center on a in Parkway? Okay. Was that a house or an apartment, my parents home? Okay. Right. Okay. Durbin terminal S consent to enter into the record. Letters of support for Dartford from her classmates at Holton arms school, by the way. What's interesting care? So what asking questions the council, Brian for the Republicans, which was probably a wise move for them to bring her in. She knows what she's talking about. And you got a bunch of old white guys asking questions every woman who is potentially been seriously seriously. So they bring in the special, but this late if you can't you haven't seen her if you're listening on the radio, she does look like Kathy Bates and misery. I think that it's good. They have heard about assuming. But at any moment, you're taking secret probably jump out and get you. Right. Good side. But it is nice that they have her there because it's probably making Ford a little more comfortable to talk. It's painful dialogue should have occurred longtime ago, I'm sorry.
"dartford" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Speak plainly with me. Please. I'd like to see which he's looking. You have another thirty seconds. I'll because I was rudely interrupted. Okay. Mr Chairman, Senator Harris, we do have a blown up copy of this for the members to view if that's helpful. Okay. I'm gonna put check marks Dexter homes that I can confirm the correct locations. And then an extra question, Mark. When I don't know where these people live. I'm only asking you to confirm if that map accurately shows where you were living at the I lived at the time. So I can't see the street name. But I'm happy to refer to the address or the neighborhood. Okay. Could you tell us that? Yes. It's a river falls. Okay. Near the like. What is the place called the naval research center on Clara Barton Parkway? Okay. Was that a house or an apartment that my parents home? Okay. Okay. Durbin chairman. Has consented to into the record. Letters of support for Dartford from classmates at hope arm school twelve hundred alumni the school one hundred ninety five of your colleagues students and mentors fourteen hundred women who who tend to DC schools and fifty members of the Yale Law School faculty who are calling for full investigation. Asking these under the record without objections ordered Ford is difficult as this experience must be in want you to know that your courage in coming forward has given us Americans the strength to face their own life shattering passed and to begin to heal their wounds, by example, you who brought many families into an honest, and sometimes painful dialogue that should have occurred..
"dartford" Discussed on Food 4 Thot
"Yeah so it's a multi beer and he unaware it's so i was also right i'm slightly disappointed i was going to be joe next barely legal oh okay i mean since that's like obviously a porn category i'm gonna go out and hope that someone was brilliant enough to name their microbrews after that i'm i'm gonna say that is a was barely legal okay so it's it's it's very young authors barley legal it is very cloudy orange rust code with almost no head it has nice smell of figs raisins and other dartford and it's called barely legal because it has a very high alcohol content like the highest alcohol content please tell me they spell it bart oh no i hate that's a missed opportunity almost adults almost adult almost a dull tes i mean i'm just going to go ahead and say that that some classic hairless twinkle porn you know i'm not into it but i'm gonna i'm gonna agree i almost but but that's that's just just on the no i'm gonna say important as well almost isn't perfect the review says but there's a lot of about a film that sidestep so many traditional lesbian movie tropes including the review says no one dies oh that's deficit traditional lesbian i don't know yeah producer allie definitely never seen lesbian porn no offense and living the lesbian always dis oh next up absolute aired absolute era dennis get that rosaiah out of your mouth and answer the question.
"dartford" Discussed on WDRC
"Sure lives if the colleagues want to censure him they show can you heard is like the good old boy clubs they're not going to censor anybody because they're all part of the deal will we'll see it will sink plenty hey thanks for the call todd let's go to dave in waterbury dave welcome to see thi on the hill id and hey being uh what i want to talk about it will old news but i didn't really you're that you're on wednesday what you were saying with regard to you come in and then finally got on line last night and i looked it up in red dartford current and really outraged by this i mean this woman who apparently held some position uh at a commune local community college when a pilot they could pardon clint applause when a pocket had well you i read it but i couldn't say well i'm not so sure i'm saying it right but it sounds good but any rate uh you know she went up in literally stole two the man's notes and of course he was arrested as he went to retrieve them now i don't know if he jostled or or the what he probably should've just directed the police there too uh arrester in in get his notes back but uh i'm sure that's not the way it played out i'm sure the of police were more than likely campus police where a little reticent because let's be honest there in the universe the uh we don't want to get the students mad and if they did that clearly this students would be met by impostors me that nothing has been said now about this woman who has this position at this community college i mean i shudder to think could kind of people who were worked in community colleges whose ideas are such that they think they can go up in in in suppressed.
"dartford" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"Oh there's suspiciouslooking little thing here we're going to do this other tasks via and then that tests led to more suspicion and just within the space of few days and a few scans it lake everything crumble said it was insane so the there was a diagnosis within days yeah well yeah our local doctor the saw the scans and were like let's inconclusive we don't know engine of like could it be cancer is a cancer and the doctor said oh likely i am so sorry do you want to talk to the chaplain i have to go somebody's giving birth is just a very bad social from dartford for not good at that yeah this one wasn't the hall and so we hung on that were as likely for ten days until our next appointment where we are going to seattle to get the actual biopsy and really what did she mean likely and what to chaplain via i was would art is she going to die and just like emma hint trying to put it out of our heads over at ten days as a very weird ten days but then yeah she went to seattle unnerves confirmed in as we still than it really we had this baby no we brought the baby to the appointment via to um to get the bad news in that that dr in seattle had to house he he was good i could tell he was just horrified at his job that day to hillsdale college he was a he added a surgical oncology so he we were going to him to confirm that this tumor was not surgically removable nonacceptable had grown around is pancreatic cancer who had grown around her own.