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"diogo" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo
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Prepare For Outbreaks Like New York's In Other States, Warns Anthony Fauci
"Think that the outbreak is going to get better over the coming months that 63% You think so That means for them, they can go out and start doing Maura of the things that they want. Diogo gathering, with family and friends traveling, going to restaurants and bars, more even shopping as thousands party on in Florida for spring break. Dr. Anthony Fauci on CNN says history could very well repeat itself here in the U. S. When it comes to surge is even though the numbers have gone down. Over the last couple of weeks. They've Platt toad, and when you see a plateau at a level is high as 60,000 cases a day that is a very vulnerable time to have a surge to go back up, and that's what exactly Happened in Europe. Officials in the
"diogo" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Your iPhone. I used my iPhone to produce this show everything in it is 100% accurate. But the chronology and the narrative unfolds in a way that has never happened before. So I would like people to look at the show and ultimately say, you know something. We are a bit more connected than maybe the headlines tell us Lot of your career has been shining a light on the you know, kind of average blue collar jobs around the country. Some jobs very interesting. Some jobs mainly just very messy. Um It. What do you think? It says that that has been so successful for you? What does that say about you know those jobs and the interest in them? I think it just reminds me on a personal level that people still are fundamentally curious. It also reminds me that they don't want a polemic. They don't want a lecture, and they don't want a sermon. People don't watch television. For those reasons. If you're going to educate somebody or informed someone or satisfy their curiosity again, you can't do that without first entertaining them. And so For me the secret to dirty jobs. And returning the favor and somebody's got to do it and six degrees is always to bring The viewer along for the ride. And so that means for me, always having a camera that never stops rolling and shoots everything wide a behind the scenes camp. Call it the truth Camera because it's the thing I could always turn to and level with the viewer. Lot of the jobs that you highlight our Essential. We've heard a lot about essential workers in all kinds of forms during the pandemic. You feel like It's a good thing, obviously, that more and more, you know, essential workers have been brought to light. Um what can our leaders do, though, to really help those people? Is there something specific? I mean, look, that's a From a policy standpoint, it's a bit beyond my pay grade, but I will say from a rhetorical standpoint. I've been fascinated by the evolution of the word essential Dirty jobs is the granddaddy of essential working shows, you know, and back then in 2003. People understood very quickly. What RM awas. Was arguing that by and large, the most important work that gets done happens out of sight and therefore out of mind and consequently a big chunk of our workforce. Has labored in a kind of anonymity and part of the goal of dirty jobs was to shine a light on those workers and so forth. And so we did, and During the pandemic. There was a lot of interest and there still is in rebooting dirty jobs, and I'm I'm wide open to it. What I realized that that word is a two edged sword. Like many words. And when you Deem a few million people as essential workers. You. Also in a de facto way are deeming millions of other workers non essential and When you call 40 million people non essential And then tell them to stay home month after month after month where they can slowly watch the businesses they built. Fall to pieces around them. You do something to a person psyche that you probably didn't mean to do. You might be doing something to toe are broader economy that you didn't mean to do. We can all see what happens when 40 million people are deemed non essential. It's catastrophic in almost every way. So on a personal level, I don't I don't really think anymore in terms of essential versus non essential because I think everybody is essential to somebody, even if it's just to themselves or Or to their own families. And that, too, was a big message in dirty jobs. There are no bad jobs. Some are cleaner than others. Summer dirtier, some pay more than others. Some require different levels of skill and certification and education and so forth. They're all rungs on a ladder. And when we start to Minimize or dismiss or marginalized certain types of work that it's only a matter of time until we do the same thing with certain kinds of education. So for me. It is all connected. I have a foundation that tries to push back against the stigmas and stereotypes that contribute to the skills gap as well as rising tuition. Continue to try and do shows that give me a little bit of latitude. To make a more persuasive case for the definition of a good job. And in this case, the importance of our shared history. We certainly appreciate all of the things that you, Diogo. We will live in hope for a reboot of dirty jobs. However, In the meantime, we'll enjoy six degrees on discovery, plus streaming and thank you very much the incomparable micro for spending so much time with us. Very kind. I appreciate it a lot and Here's to 2021. You're.
Former Chicago Blackhawks Goaltender Corey Crawford Announces Retirement
"Blackhawks goaltender Corey Crawford is officially calling it a career. The two times Stanley Cup champ announced his retirement through the NHL Players Union today. Yesterday, the New Jersey Devils, his new team announced that Crawford had taken a leave of absence due to personal reasons. Former cub Kyle Schwarber is now Washington national. The outfielders signed a one year $10 Million deal. NFL playoffs after the Colts and Bills the Seahawks and Rams match up for the second time in three weeks tonight. Tampa Bay visits Washington and, of course tomorrow the Bears play the Saints in New Orleans. The team they lost two in overtime earlier this year. It wasn't good enough because we didn't finish it, but to be able to Tosto punch for punch with them and get to overtime. Now we gotta finish. But lot of respect for what they Diogo. Really, I say all three phase really all four phases with their coaches till kickoff is at 3 40
How MLB's Decision To Eliminate Dozens Of Minor League Teams Is Affecting Communities
"With with dozens dozens of of minor minor league league teams. teams. Those Those communities communities were were stunned stunned in in cities cities big big and and small. small. These These teams teams are are as as much much a a cultural cultural identity identity as as they they are are a a fun fun and and inexpensive inexpensive family family outing. outing. Dave Dave Mystics Mystics of of West West Virginia Virginia Public Public Broadcasting Broadcasting takes takes a a look look at at one one team team left stranded by the MLB reorganization. On most summer nights, Rod Blackstone can be found behind home plate at Appalachian Power Park in Charleston, West Virginia, riling up the crowd and tossing pieces of toast into the stands after the opposing team's batter, strike out. Since the early nineties. He's been coming to games and is known simply as the toast Man. Now, Charleston's team may be toast. MLB through the West Virginia power a curveball when it announced it was not one of the teams that would be part of the 120 team Minor league lineup next season. Three other squads from West Virginia were also thrown out. Of the 42 teams that will lose M O B affiliation 18 or in the Appalachian region. Blackstone a. K a. The toast man used to work in politics but now works for the power. He says the contraction is a disservice to communities like Charleston, which is hosted a minor league team for most seasons dating back to 1910. It's harder to swallow. And when you look at how there is now a large, gaping hole In this region of the country. That has been expelled from the major league minor league system. When Major League Baseball announced the reorganization, officials said one of the aims was to cut down on travel times between games and also ensure the facilities are up to date. Elster still hasn't sunk in for many people. Charleston's mayor Amy Goodwin, says catching games Appalachian Power Park has always been a go to for families. My kids grew up in that stadium. My kids know that that is something fun for them to Diogo. What? Whether you're a baseball fan or player or not, Goodwin says. The community has long rallied around the team in the ballpark, and vice versa. Not only the trolls have along Andre, really robust history of baseball, But this stadium and this place Great so much happiness. Local officials are still sorting out with the economic fallout will be Charleston Convention and Visitors Bureau CEO Tim Brady says it's not just those who worked at the stadium who will be affected. It's the hotels were team stay and the restaurants and bars frequented by fans in the surrounding area. So one small change to a local economy like this, which is really a living organism effects. Much. Broader than just right there within the stadium, the team commission the Visitors bureau to conduct an economic impact study a year ago, it found the power brings in more than $3 million each year in Charleston, The ballpark wasn't built in a suburb or often, interstate. Ready, says it was designed to rejuvenate part of downtown. But in Charleston, a concerted effort was made to build the ballpark in the warehouse district to help spur development over there, and you've seen that you've seen bars and restaurants. And high rise apartment buildings spring up around the ballpark. While the owners of the West Virginia Power promised baseball will be back next season. It's unknown. What league will be a part of It's almost guaranteed, though not to be the attraction that has been at least not without a major league affiliate for NPR news. I'm Dave message.
"diogo" Discussed on WGN Radio
"M I'm Steve Berg friend. I know that there's still another bunch that is completely anxious and is wanting to take a serious pause. There are others who are just hesitant. Including some health care workers. I encourage people to look to the FDA and the advisory Committee on Immunization practices so that we can get all the information I d ph will be putting out will continue to put out information about this vaccine as well working with various community groups to make sure that everyone has the information they need to make an informed decision that's doctor and goes. Daisy K. The director of the Illinois Department of Public Health, Talking about those who Might be concerned about getting the vaccine for covert 19. We talked about the fact that it's already being distributed in the UK earlier today, talking to MP Steve Brian. On Chicago's afternoon news coming up on the program, Terry Savage will be here. Jeremy Gantz, also contributing editor for the Center for Illinois Politics to a look behind what he calls Illinois's blue facade. The growing readiness it really is that you know, we kind of joke about the fact that there's this movement to succeed by some parts of the state away from Chicago, but we really are becoming Uh, much more divided than we used to. A lot of areas that went blue 10 20 years ago are now deep, deep red, So we'll talk to Jeremy Dance about his piece there. Any insurers well will be along. A little bit later, I put no Apple is out with their new headphones. And Ashley, you could get a pair for $550.0 the new ones that were actually featuring that tonight in our tech segment, so actually gets this year she is a with news nation and national correspondent. So did you get a chance to try them out? No, I have the old ones. And now I don't think they're working because I haven't cleaned them in a while. So I may need to do pair those You have airpods? Ay, Dios and you can hear. Do they work Well for you. They, Diogo. Um I like them. Okay? I wish I could use them here to talk to you. Stay that be cool. We'll work on that. Engineers can do almost anything. We'll get right on that. CBS is hiring doctors or who are they? Hiring here is we get ready for you? Expand these vaccinations. Yeah, That's right. They're hiring nurses, pharmacists, even pharmacy techs. Even some pharmacy interns. They really need all hands on right. I know this is going to be so put that on your tag pharmacy. Internal Pharmacy. Interns are welcome, but you could actually go to the CBS Jobs website and see The jobs that are available in your community. They have the priority markets. Those are states like Missouri, Oklahoma, Vermont, Alaska. Illinois is not on there for some reason, but Thies air workers who will be going into these long term care facilities. When the vaccine is available. They'll also be eligible for hero pay, and it's not. It's not that hard to give yourself a shot. Regular people do it all the time, right? Well, No, they do. Um, yeah, but I mean, you know, if you have diabetes, you have other reasons to give yourself a shot. That's exactly it's not too unusual. But these pharmacists, you know, they will be giving the best care and guidance to everyone. And you know, this really is one big mission and It's going to take an army of people. Yeah, it really is. I get my vaccination from a pharmacy assistant, wouldn't you? I think I would You know, One of my friends is a farm assistant. You know, she's given me the flu shot in the past and Um, yeah, It's just it's efficient. It's also convenient as well. If you're in the grocery store, um a lot of retailers also hiring pharmacists right now, so it's not just CBS give myself the flu shot every year. Who Really? Yeah, I trust I feel more comfortable doing it myself. You know, whatever works for you kind of hard to reach around, but it works. Um American airlines expanding. It's a pre flight testing as well. How does this work? So you get a test and then you know, Once you've gotten to the airport on, you're waiting for your flight. Whether or not you're positive, right? We talked about these at home tests, but this is one that you purchase through the airline and this will be available starting tomorrow for all travelers here in the U. S in Puerto Rico. So it is a service that will cost you. Those kits are about $130. But at the Dallas Fort Worth airport, which is a hub for American, you can actually get that in person test. On def You test positive course you cannot. Get on the flight rights. That's a tough thing If you're feeling okay. What Obama right, right. I don't know, Would you? I don't know if I would do it. I hate to say that, but I don't think if I'm feeling fine, I don't think I'm going to get a test, You know, makes you wonder how many people will We'll take this extra step. And then if you do test positive, you do have to wait another 14 days to re book. And, of course, if you you would want to know. So that's the other side of it. Yeah, I don't know. Uh, I think about it, so I'm not flying anywhere until Anyway. For a few weeks Now I have no home for the holidays. I guess. This year you got that, right? Actually catch the national correspondent for News Nation. Thanks, actually,.
"diogo" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"In five minutes. Wait are halves in about 45 seconds. The sauce is what does it It's a good burger. I'm not gonna lie. And Chief I'm sorry. I'm eating french fries. Let me put these away. Those are a bit soggy, but they're good. You know you just real potatoes. Yes. Are good. Yes, okay. 709 the time we're gonna have back to the phone lines Mike in San Antonio, Colleen us on Kayla News Radio. Good morning, Mike. Good morning. I love in and out burger, Especially when it's hot and fresh. Yes. Anyway, I just had a comment. I'm a truck driver on the road. I wear a mask. Everywhere I go. I go into truck stops great facilities everywhere. E can still smell things. When I wear that mask and the other day I was dealing with a guy and he was standing 6 ft. Away from me wearing a mask and we're talking and I could actually smell his bad breath. Really in his masked man. How bad is your breath? Have to be smell it through two masks. That's crazy. The effect of the seven but Yeah, kind of. You know that guy I just wear with caution and hope that I don't catch anything out here on the road. Yeah. Well. Gingivitis isn't contagious, Is it? No, I don't think so. But that's I haven't had that happen. I haven't either. I can't smell in the mask except your own. Which is not great, sometimes sometimes not great, right? But Smelling. Somebody else's that before about through their master, we're talking about their breath. Yes. Okay. What do you think I was talking about, You know, smelling somebody else's. I don't know. I just put my headphones on. We'll tell you going into the bathroom and you have a mask on it helps a lot. You don't smell as much as you usually Diogo. There's nobody in our bathroom. Not here. Just taking a poll. We're not wearing masks. But you are the public bathroom diva Rick and I don't do that. We don't go to public bathroom out of public bathrooms every No way. Don't do it. Kathy Lee doesn't have that option. That's true. And I understand that. What sometimes you gotta go. Yeah, you can't just like hold it. You gotta have a talk with the Constitution. Get a little more discipline. Yeah. Doesn't happen. You discipline your body, right? You train your body and Rick and I can pretty much although we won't detail what time of the day and all night. I mean, Dave, you just had giardia. Whatever it was that was three months ago. Yeah, Okay. So when that happened to you, did you not have to go to a public place? No. You never went into public thing. No, That's my man. Right there, my man. No, I did not. My ballistics in this building. Hmm. Then this building was put up. I think 20 years ago. So we've been here. You know, we've all done shows not together. Now we're doing shows together. Have on Lee one time. Gone to the bathroom in this bathroom and I had to throw up of sick. That's unbelievable. Well. I don't know if I'm proud of it, but that's a fact that's called being regular regular. Whatever. Except time. You know that we know you got a problem and get yourself some great nuts. This is the thing. What if you we used to do the afternoon show, Then you did. The more I mean, you had different day parts, right? Yes. So what time do you go? If you're not going between, like six in five? Well, I didn't say I didn't go. I go at home going. You'll be right there going the same time every day. You've done a show and I go. You know, I'm really not sure I want to tell the world here. But like in the morning, I get up like 66 15. So before I come to see my best my best friends Yeah. Ricketts up it or write for what do I have to say? What I do Think it e leave the house at 5 15 and I go in five. There you go. There you go. That's not get regular. Eat yourself some great nuts happy I don't care what I eat. It's not happening by the way that in and out burger grew on me. I know she gets good, innit? Man? They're going. Uh, yeah, not even not one bad bite. Perfect ratio. Bundle Burger. I agree who It was Good. We could get down to perfect ratio talk perfect ratio. Never heard that for a hamburger. Then I get it. I understand. I do know you do too. You know what? You've got to try it hot Whenever the lines you know, go away, go in about three months. And the fries too, when they're hot. I mean, they're really good air. Good shakes are good too. I guess somebody said the strawberry shake, right? I love Strawberry shakes their good better to rob in Denver Joins us on cable news Radio morning, Rob. Yes, I think the last guy with him on his own breath. I don't think you can smell somebody's also breath. No man abilities. Old breath is the best way to do it that I've always heard. I tried it. Lick your wrist and smell it. If you can smell that you have that breath, you know, because he won't like, but you know he's gonna catch something. He's probably smelling where he was that with a lot lizards them being that he's a trucker. Uh oh. Okay. Alright. Maybe, probably right. Well, that's what rob calls them. They do. Call him that lot. Lizards. Yep. Mm. Okay? Mm. They have prostitutes that the sum of the truck stops. Kathy didn't know that we figured out what a lot lizard was. You didn't know that, Cathy No, actually shows up. I know, but I've been to truck stops. I've never seen a prostitute. You don't drive a truck. What are you doing in a truck? Stop! Would you stop to the truck Stop to get gas with truckers. This is a different now, but not our usual. What part of the truck Stop! Are you talking to know what truck stops? There's usually trucks that are parked overnight on the side. That's where they Yeah, I was just in movies. Truckers call us that just like we've done shows on this before you were asking for verification. I mean, we know I mean, truck stops, Lot lizards. Yeah, it happened. I thought it was just a movie thing, okay? Frank. This picture, Kathy Driving a big rig to the truck. 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"diogo" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"diogo" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"diogo" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"diogo" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"diogo" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"diogo" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"diogo" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"diogo" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"diogo" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"Just plain expensive. I need you to name the top for most common responses. When people are asked, What do your most prized possessions Diogo designer shoes or designer purses? That's my questions. Shoes is a little bit more. They're both like 2 to 3000 each with their own shoes. I feel like you could include men in more, obviously, their purses. We got Jordan. That rain was a sneaker heads for real. Okay, So I'm gonna go childhood photos stuffed animal or blankie from childhood. Whatever you used to sleep with. We didn't mention cars like your luxury car. But I mean, there's a possession. It's It's not as common like I mean, people can all own Lamborghinis. Jeffrey sorry. Okay? Yeah, Some people like their souped up Mazda's like it's still a prized possession. Yeah, Car for years. Childhood photos, stuffy or blankie. Wedding ring or engagement range. Lori and I'm going to stick with designer handbag, according to a new survey. These are the top answers that people gave one asked for the most prized possessions number one family photos. You got that number to a wedding ring or engagement, accepted any sort of jewelry number three on the list. Laptop computer really did her cell phone interesting and number four on the list was your car way. Others that made the list included a wedding dress, A child's memory box and the family TV Tio I go for placing beer bomb Must have been 12 on the list of something pretty close. All right, well, we didn't get it right. So someone want to hear you sing Laffy taffy by deferral. Girl. Shake that laughing happy they're laughing, Fabio! Take that laughing, laughing, Fabio, take that laughing. Those lyrics spoke to my soul. There they were, I get to the other part that said Laffy taffy. Okay, we'll have to come back for another version. But that's your shot. Caller. Question of the day your phone taps coming up in just a few minutes. Alexa play moving Andy, 2.5. Okay now playing Seattle's number one hit music station. Oh, my, he's lonely..
"diogo" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"diogo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Keep lady actor Diogo C. event L. own creativity under lockdown remember that most of the time that we spend is before choosing a failed so in a way this can do things to do and it's going to be fascinating whatever I distinct free expression exists after this whole thing south African filmmaker Oliver Hermanus on his movie multi all that and more coming up on the Alabama BBC news with Danielle yeah we'll get sky and BBC investigation has found that an Iranian airliner with links to the country's revolution regards fuels the spread of the coronavirus around the Middle East violating the flight ban Mohammed F. flu infected passengers from Iran to Lebanon and Iraq giving both countries that fast officially identified cases of covered nineteen India has recorded nearly four thousand new cases of the corona virus and about two hundred deaths in the past twenty four hours the biggest daily jump so far the new figures were announced as India started relaxing the world's biggest lockdown new Zealand's prime minister Jacinda Ardern has attended a coronavirus meeting of the Australian cabinet when they discussed restoring travel between the two countries Masada and said borders with the rest of the world would not open for some time a woman in the U. S. has been charged along with her husband and son with killing a security guard who refuse title to entry to a shop because she was not wearing a face covering Calvin Munnerlyn was shot at a store in flint Michigan Amazon has insisted that the health and safety of its employees is its top priority after a senior official at the company resigned Tim Bray described the firing of protest as as evidence of a vein of toxicity running through Amazon's culture president Nicolas Maduro Venezuela says his security forces have captured thirteen people in connection with a failed plot against his government in a televised address Mr Maduro said the thirteen included two US citizens negotiations between Britain and the US on a post brexit free trade deal will begin today via video link the talks have been delayed by several weeks because of the pandemic a new study in Australia has captured koalas leaking water from tree trunks when it rains the research contradicts the previous belief they rely on water in eucalyptus leaves for hydration BBC news welcome back to the upside on the BBC world service with me Nikki Beatty and if you then you just joined us he's a rapid recap of what you missed in the first half of the show Irish director Lenny Abrahamson talking about normal people Nigerian British author of the diary on her debut novel and we had a performance of Bizet's toreador song from a processing of Roger Williams home you can handle that by the BBC world service websites coming up in this part of the show in just a moment Pablo the rain and guile Garcia then I'll talk about the film and the we have an intimate self recorded performance from singer Anna Calvi and south African direct to all of the Hermanos tells us about his latest film Murphy for me personally it was a bit of publication an interesting page of office of Africa to do to tell a story about the trauma of whites man during apostates because ultimately sort of narrative around the politics is that white men but other traces and but the fantasy series of politics and they'll be talking to one of my two guests comedian uninvolved policies at home in Mumbai and Katherine Bray filmmaker and cultural commentator is still with us too M. and now a new film from Chilean director Pablo Lorraine which style is the Mexican actor guy Garcia then nala alongside Matt again a D. G. role of mo in the title role they play and the strange to married couples each blames the other for abandoning their adoptive son polo you might already know the director's work from his film Jackie starring Natalie Portman is Jackie Kennedy but he's best known for his hard hitting films about Chile the club which focused on disgraced Catholic priests then there is new route up about the Nobel Prize winning poet Pablo Neruda and know which told the story about the last days of general Pinochet both starred Kyle Garcia band now the VVC Salman Maier spoke to Pablo the rain on the line from Santiago in Chile and guile Garcia then I'll join them from Mexico as soon as technology progresses Simon asked Pablo about life in lockdown well we are living in a quarantine like I guess like everyone else but the quarantines that I think you know now depending on where you are precisely where I believe that there's no quarantine during the day only at night but anyway people stays home one of the recommendations stay home and here it now is that Gail yes all up a little who does not know how is it with you in Mexico here it's voluntary but everyone is taking that into consideration of the streets are empty and everybody's at the in the homes and yes so far I mean good who knows I mean because they might be yeah I wanna talk about Emma and I see how blue can you just tell us the story which you're telling with this film well I tell the story of file for example that the adult the ability and then after a number of situations they basically decided to return the boy to the foster home day the true complete which is like the national service here and that creates unrests crisis in this couple that eventually she decides to you know get the ball back to to her life on your to do that she does a very large number of things to to get it done and I would say it's a movie about about family in terms of you know I mean seventy and and relationships and all of these seats in search of him in the world to find some good music database I Kroger for runs a company but the city when we when we set the movie so yes Gail could you could you just explain Gaston and and where he fits in with the story yes this long like all the cities of the head of the company and and you know and that's very high in the sense he falls in love with them and they'd be in search of a baby among the reasons why this doesn't happen maybe they are so sucked up into their own world but in a way they are playing each other now and so that's that's who gets the needs in mind that is a you know hurts other people to try to get what he wants but in a way he he changes you know where you understand something public one of the things one of maybe the main thing that the film is about his adoption it is a story about adoption and there's a moment where one of the social workers says to Emma and to Gaston she called them psychos insane rotten heads indulging in exhibitionism sexual brutality she says the system is made to cut people like you out and I am the system do you think a lot of people Pablo will be watching this and thinking I'm kind of with the social worker you know she was right these holders what she's saying is that the things that they see the scribe other things that he did on the stage it's like one of them actually gets processed that's what we do we work on a stage and and and and that's what how we express ourselves but the main issue probably it is linked to the fact that the for many years the institutions who decides who gets to have a look at children they do it through our ranking how do you qualify to that is probably the biggest question as a moral question who's the right person to be a father and then the kind of man who would be in by six when his life be allowed to do that what about the sexual parenting and this she says I had the system meaning I represent the system but it's not only her out she's but it's also a system that is not really respecting that they first you're supposed to be the two sides R. S. we have literally one minute left okay if I could just ask you whether as far as working is concerned can you plan anything at the moment with so much of the film industry lockdown how was it for an actor yes well the moment of being able to look to be in on the sets of the films have and that is something that is completely and the uncertainty of the sink then let's remember that the most of the time that we spend is ease before shooting a film so in a way this can be of things to do I mean it's going to be fascinating whatever artistic free expression exists after this whole thing is that the same when you publish I agree with Gayle there's you know in this kind of circumstance they're always opportunities and it's true we expect most of her life developing stuff so this has been trying to think to create I'm probably all these kind of change the way we do things forever so I I bet that whatever material we come up with after the city would be would be different then and then that's something very interesting okay learner rain and guided Garcia van I'll talking about Emma available to stream now my guests on the south today Katherine Bray and uninvolved filed zero moral questions at the center of most of public sense and when I think about that question most films have a moral question and then that's why they work it's storytelling but does he do it in a way that stands out above all the people do you think I think he's very good at getting to the heart of the city I give the moon a commonplace itself never feel like life documentaries who talking about Jack he is from star not Portman about Kennedy era and I think this is like deja vu because last time I was on the also you off my favorite film schools I'm not one of them ready for school by Nikolai folly the it really instrumental in the idea of creating the mood of the time and place as well as the sort of factual infantile I mean it's not a coincidence the footman accounted Galka said the knowledge with such an interesting act because he doesn't seem to be salvaged from the idea of playing the hero being necessarily because of strong moral center at the hospital he thanked me to be drawn Hey hard to throw off a little bit more ambiguous maybe that callously or that we should be all set for something about them that makes some kind of quite complex and fairly light even though he himself if this man on the street tell me Michael green president a new bug they touch the error on the future of the film industry have you got any thoughts for the Indian film industry how quickly is going to get back up on its feet what I'm hearing him live which produces the largest number of films by volume instead you know the thing that Indian movies are known for the big song and dance number yeah that's gone for a while now if you can't really have a hundred back up dancers social distancing refusing to take those elements out I don't know what kind of movies will make Catherine if you thought about how soon you'd be happy to be in an actual cinema I think we're probably going to be in my own personal face each and towards something like two thousand one a space Odyssey or eighty eight or something like that but from within that the confines of my sterilized thank you I don't know why but I think you probably do that with your housemates on Friday nights dress up greetings see I knew it thank you both very much you're listening to the outside on the BBC world service I am the keeper AT and against ten my full attention to you now uninvolved Polish Indian standup comedian also screenwriter playwright novelist I'm fans of this show will remember you from the art center on tour in Malaysia and you'll save stones in our annual new year comedy.
News in Brief 3 October, 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations when it comes to the climate emergency. We have a long way to go but the movement has begun. UN Secretary Terry General Antonio Gutierrez declared a widely distributed opinion piece on Thursday reaffirming his concern over the threats posed by a warming world unless more urgent in action is taken in his op-ed published by a consortium of more than one hundred seventy news outlets under the banner covering climate now which has an audience of hundreds words of millions he recalled that on the eve of the September UN Climate Action Summit young women and men around the world mobilized by the millions and told global leaders. Here's you are failing us. They are right. He lamented at the current rate of global heating. We face an increase of at least three degrees Celsius in global temperature by the end of of the century. I will not be there but my granddaughters will. He said I refuse to be an accomplice in the destruction of their one and only home one year on from the signing of an agreement meant to end years of fighting across south Sudan clashes have subsided however piece is still fragile the head of the UN mission there on Miss David sure cheer has said after returning to the Capitol his briefing follows a statement to the Security Council last week which echoed the message that progress has been made but critical issues news such as unifying armed forces and questions of state boundaries remained unsolved unrest continues to provide aid on the road to develop in the country security including convening the peace building meetings around the country. Mr Scherr said when it comes to civilians on the run from conflict he said it is the primary responsibility of the south Sudanese government permit to establish the conditions needed for displaced families to return safely and live with dignity unmasks as always will be working alongside present transitional government and and south Sudanese people to help secure peace for the country he said and former general assembly president Diogo Free Attests Dole on my doll has died at the aged seventy eight the Portuguese government announced on Thursday expressing his condolences following the news Secretary General Antonio Terrace a former prime minister of Portugal remembered Mr Fritos doll morale as a renowned jurist and scholar and a brilliant politician Mister Gutierrez recalled d very close contact contact the two union leaders had following the April Revolution of nineteen seventy four which he said allowed him to fully appreciate Professor Freight Tostados Most Valuable Bill Contribution to Portuguese democratic life and to our European integration the secretary general highlighted that the former top minister and party leader had wholly dedicated located himself to public service and left behind a powerful legacy of work at the United Nations to his wife all family members. I send my most sincere condolences in this painful moment. Mister Gutierrez said Natalie Hutchinson U._N. News.
"diogo" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"I mean it's been consistent his entire career. Right. He never forgets to fight that way. And if anything you can't talk him out of fighting that way pretty much, right? And he's one of the hall of fame or won. The fight is so at this point, I don't know that of any fighter. If you told me okay, this veteran fighters gonna leave a camp. What kind of you know, one of the biggest camps what kind of? Impact? Do you think that's going to have on the last few fights of his career? I think few would be impacted less maybe than Diogo Sanchez just because it's not like he needs, Mike winkle, John, there to remind him to fight like a maniac. What I'm saying. Like, if it were more if it were a bigger level mind game, and there were more technical approaches involved, things like that, or it was younger in his career, perhaps, but at this stage, I mean, obviously, it's, it's making news for big reasons. He's a, a well-known beloved fighter. And that's one of the biggest camps there is. But in the end how much of a difference, does it make only if you had a father son type of relationship, you're, then it'll hurt him. It'll noodle hurt him a little bit. But you're right that guy he's ready to fight on Tuesday. Yeah. You know what I mean? He's got that look on them and I don't see them affecting that. But it does kind of like tug on my heart strings a little bit that at like he said. Thirty two fights by the time. He's he rides out his last contract or is next contract, whatever you wanna call it and he still wants to get better. You know what I mean? And he's kind of been one of the guys that helped. Give that Jim identity thou that Jim was was kind of known for like five fighters. I'm not mistaking me five or six, you can correct me if I'm wrong with back in two thousand five when you thought Jackson's you thought of. GSP Jarding joy via senor Diego Sanchez, like if they were to show old photos, sorry, Daego Sanchez. Yes. If they were to show old photos you'd see maybe like six or seven of those dudes like that. Yeah. You know what I mean? And they gave that Jim a huge identity. And of course, the gym grew and has had a tremendous amount of success, but Tam like I would I would just feel like a relationship like that, that started so strong can and strong as well. I also wonder is like a Montana. Why did he play the last two years with Casey's the forty Niners just finished with Jordan, when he went to the bullets but whatever this fallout? The does this follow a conversation. He had with, with Jackson or winkle John or multiple conversations where they try to straighten this out. Or is this all news to Jackson? Winkle jonah's. What I wonder it's that's word. I'll. In town because. Yeah. Home into that's where it's really going to kind of be sad is, if this was basically announced as we heard it, you know, if they're for the first time, but if it's something that they talked about a number times, tried to straighten out and couldn't than maybe it just couldn't be avoided. Yeah. All right. We're gonna take our last break. When we come back, we'll talk a little bit about the rankings. The USA today sports and enemy junkie rankings come out every Tuesday on our front page, and everyone is in the sports page. I have a hand in that. So I have a little bit of insight and there's been a little bit of movement. And I think it's interesting so we'll discuss it. When we come back and make junkie radio on fight nation channel one fifty six. Put excellence in excitement in your Vitamix. And, and you get 'em may junkie radio. All right. We're back joined by Richard hundred from the phone booth fighting podcast. And I wanted to ask you Richard, when's the next show, dropping and do you have any guests that are coming up that we can? Yes vote. Yes. Thank you for asking the next show, actually will drop about midnight tonight and then tomorrow we're taping an episode that is going to we're gonna have Greg Holland in studio. Just came off a big win get kept. I'm sorry. Kevin holland. Yes..
"diogo" Discussed on Inside the Cave
"Believe therefore law. Because you know, you know, like, you know, like, I don't ever talk about them days. You know, like when I was playing and stuff like that, man. You know, probably talk about how family when I. Like like my face. I tell you overload. They can do king. So he he don't he don't play Airbnb that on this one. Say on the show. They let quick. Hilarious, man, y'all. I mean, the the way just vibe with each other and everything man, then the last one I gotta ask you about just just vibe in with Steve like like like, it's like you could tell. When I remember growing up watching Steve. And he he he was all like to me like, you know, Martin got a certain way Diogo, but still resist the things I remember him as for as far as comedy go. No one told church stories like him. No, man. He was too. About the building funds stuff like before the man. No one are hours. Do you have man? He's just a great storyteller, man. I mean, he just know how to eat how to paint a beautiful picture of what actually happened, and you could see it. You can see it, man. Like, you know, like. Like, you know, when he talks about his his niece getting married, you know in the boy was on house arrest. Oh. That was holding. World. And he's laying was thriving. He was too far away from house man and say don't wanna be this way through. And if all come on, we leave. Relieve. And then they said and now the other. Over here where they ain't got the money from the deal. All chicken started coming out..
Opel and Vauxhall: A stunning turnaround after PSA took over the beleaugered brands
"Its new macbook, pro computers don't perform as advertised under heavy workloads the company has unveiled a, software fix and apologized apple had boasted that the fifteen inch MAC book pro would run up to seventy percent faster, Francis PSA has managed to do something with Germany's OPEL car brand the General Motors couldn't do in twenty years make money maker Peugeot and cars bought. OPEL from. GM, a year ago PF says, it's now showing. A profit that had PSA shares rising the most six years Bloomberg had an, exclusive interview with PF CEO Carlos to barris Overreaching margin and more than nine hundred million euros of positive. We can say that the first very positive signs of this dinner on on no visible Linda we'd like to praise the leadership of, Michael low sugar. Diogo COE has been doing a. Great job unique implementing the base plan turn around and we can say that each employee is contributing. And I'm very happy to see the results with. All of our stakeholders the newly combined, two trillion dollar wealth management.