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Fresh update on "duesseldorf" discussed on Pwned: The Information Security Podcast

Pwned: The Information Security Podcast

01:24 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "duesseldorf" discussed on Pwned: The Information Security Podcast

"What's up everybody this is. And I'm back with Justin Justin How's it going? It's been a while. It has been been at least a month I. Think. We recorded a whole bunch of episodes and then everything got EZE and I floundered on my own for a little while which people listen. So at least I know like. We can carry on, you're not available but. It is good to have you back because it tends to be much more interesting with the second person. This is the breach of the week and we've got a really interesting breach that. I've seen pop up in a whole bunch of different. News articles. And I think this is one of the few like sorta direct connects between a breach and. Literally someone's life. And this was the. So. We're reading it from the verge just because they had a nice quick summary of it but and I'll put the link in the show notes but the headline is woman dies during a ransomware attack on a German hospital. and. Sub Line is that you know this could be the first deaths directly re re directly linked to a cyber attack, which is this is probably I, wouldn t directly say this attack caused this death, but I'm sure like the Ukraine had their entire power infrastructure shutdown multiple times a few years ago when Russia had attacked. I mean literally every segment of their infrastructure and I'm sure that there was. People who probably lost their life me a major cities and The power goes out and your telephone goes out and all that stuff. So. But it's pretty crazy. So the in this case basically this was Duesseldorf University Hospital and it was a ransomware attack. And basically the way that they connected the death was the hospital couldn't accept any emergency patients because they had no way of sort of running a lot of the systems that they require when a patient comes in. So she got redirected to a different healthcare facility that was twenty miles away and in that process deteriorated and and obviously eventually passed away and I don't believe that. They've actually identified who specifically. Initiated attack at least on anything that I've read but it was a ransomware attack so. We haven't Numb I've seen anything that indicates the source of the ransomware and there's not a lot of details on it. At this moment that have been published but. It looks like it is being investigated a little bit more deeply in the sense whereas if This. Is this ransomware is truly responsible for her death than the cyber attack is actually GonNa be treated as a homicide and I'm sure there's GonNa be a lot more is on it. And I gotta wonder like what this actually does to like. I. Guess How they would normally treat this like because I don't know like One thing that I've sort of I. Think we've even talked about it on previous episodes is like Our laws are trying to keep you know a lot of laws were written pre Internet era. So as we have these crimes that become more entangled with our the cyber world..

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"duesseldorf" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

WhyWeWork BrianVee

03:36 min | 2 weeks ago

"duesseldorf" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

"Or were you able to strive anyway if you wanted to or is it? You're in this town he only way you're able to succeed is if you go to these Ivy League schools or can you you know maybe it's a comfort are self confidence thing that if you just do your work well, you will be able to succeed as well as them. Ultimately that last part is true at true for anything. No matter what you do because there's this driving us there's this connection we can have to know it's our thing to do. But I do want to say looking back I think that was a leg up There was less questioning about what you were going to do because you were trained at this place and came from this echelon. All say. So, it's a yes and no, there's a that leg-up, but then it's still up to us to. To to deliver all set. Your after your experience on Capitol Hill were, did you venture off to? Germany. I. something. But in Germany that came next Bryant. So. Yeah. I. Got an internship in Germany and this I'd been in DC for a few years in the wild thing and the young people at the time in DC. These limited positions with congressman with the courts you know getting their experience before they go onto Grad school. So his constantly having to make new friends because my old friends or barely new friends actually were relieving to do the next part of their journey. And so I thought you know I'm tired of trying to make meet New People all the time I'm going to go somewhere and so I on this opportunity because they spoke German and I still badly speak German. To go to Germany and I started to get my German brushed up I worked at My Dad's friend's cousin's shoe store in Coburg Germany and You know my vocabulary was centered around shoelace and he'll and a vacuum cleaner. So I you know just got had a little dog a little DACHSHUND. Named Susan the dog's name was Susie. So they'd start accidentally calling me so by the dog's name. What's really funny. Great Experience Love Those folks, and then I went up to Duesseldorf and did work at a consulting firm where I basically was a glorified copy maker in now I didn't know you were in Germany. I I got delivered and it was a great place. Again, I'd everywhere I've Gone I've just been able to reap the. The. Heartfelt. Gratitude of a great relationship. You know always meeting the next person on your journey that's actually building. You and me. That that the people we meet along the way that we can take things from just like with their parents. So that was great and I lived in this little Catholic rooming house in the Old City of Duesseldorf with people from Poland from France from Finland and we all had to speak German to communicate some knew some English but we all kind of a German were listening to. It's probably Senate like a room full of it. hodler's talking to each other you know. So. In Korea..

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"duesseldorf" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

03:00 min | 4 months ago

"duesseldorf" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Guys play against not guys how do you effect okay and also the other part is your fans there will be no fans in the stands right. Yeah which is a challenge for everybody. Imagine like Duesseldorf Stadium is fifty. Four thousand seats would usually always sold out now. Suddenly there is literally nobody there so we only have all together. There is three hundred people inclusive to play players in that stadium very strict rules that also includes the television people that coaching stuff ended his cut into three different so hostile playing so basically and then on double several few moral officials who thing and it is to play without offensive behind closed doors is something which the players are not used to. That's why I think it is a game of mentality. It's a game of mental strength. Who can focus more because it's a very unique situation? Professional players at that level haven't really experienced yet all right. We know that there were a lot of pressures from the executives of the Bundesliga to get this going again. Huge amounts of money at stake here in the hundreds of millions. So there are in some. Germans are saying that well is this really about. Is this really say for that? These are business concerns and business. Pressures this is not about health. Business has a clear opinion about it and I say no. We don't have to the to be honest. That of course. The economical factor. Restate the the Bundesliga club stay need to play. They need to get the television money to survive on to be functionable on a long-term That's that's not a secret at Honestly I don't think it's all just about money that's like a very negatively of looking at it. I believe that there is a big emotional factor involved as well. Football is a game who connects people. Lots of people frustrated. Hope they don't know what's happening next. Corona did lots of damage to people's mind and I think To sit together now with the family to watch appropriate level football game like the Bundesliga on TV. Shows that these little steps baby step spec to the military so I think it does also agree really good things in society when it comes to the mental stage. So yes they could only factories there. But I don't think that is everything and the I believe that it will be. We can give the people out there on the television choice of pleasure in also some hope that everything will be normal soon. All Right Luther GonNA leave it there. Good luck to you and to Fortuna. Dusseldorf your team tomorrow and I hope you have a great time. Thank you very much. Greetings together tonight okay. Cheese lutes fondants. Steel is the sporting director for the soccer team. Fortuna Dusseldorf we reached him in Dusseldorf Germany..

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German cities cancel carnival parades because of gusty winds

Total Information AM Sunday

00:26 sec | 7 months ago

German cities cancel carnival parades because of gusty winds

"Several cities in western Germany have canceled their traditional carnival parades due to severe weather conditions including gusty winds and heavy rains in Cologne the famous school and neighborhood parades were cancelled earlier today some of the parade participants were already on their way to the celebrations when parts of their costumes were blown away by the wind in nearby Duesseldorf the carnival celebrations on the city's glitzy main Boulevard we're also called

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"duesseldorf" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"duesseldorf" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Four of their max eight devictor Bill for inspection. Meanwhile, the FAA says it'll change the way it oversees air safety after the two recent crashes involving the airlines FAA chief will testify in front of a Senate sub committee today. Expected for him to say that the agency's oversight approach must evolve. Although he didn't explain just exactly what that means. Hopefully, he does to the Senate subcommittee today. And then there's British Airways flight bound for Duesseldorf Germany from London accidentally landed in Edinburgh. Scotland five hundred and fifty miles north of London Duesseldorf from London is almost due east. It's three hundred miles by air or almost three hundred miles. Excuse me. Yes. Almost three hundred miles by air almost four hundred miles. If you drive, I know what you're saying. In channel between England and Europe. You can't drive. No, you can Google it. They said passengers only realized that they were in the wrong country. When we've all here it when you land, welcome dead and say what? Howard going anywhere near the Burgh. Officials from the airlines say the pilot followed the flight plan for Edinburgh bed air, traffic, control ficials. We're also following the same flight plan, and nobody saw anything amiss problem seems to have been. Yep. A mix up in the paperwork. Always is the flight eventually made it to its intended destination British Airways apologized to its passengers. So if it's three hundred miles from London to do full door from and it's almost six hundred from London to Edinburgh at what point in the flight. The pilot say, let's take. My watch broke early. Hey, always could have been worse headlines, traffic and weather. More than thirty people lost everything this morning and a two alarm of Hartman fire their county. Commissioners say it may be time to replace the county seventeen year old voting machines. Former city manager Sheryl Sculley says writing a book is inter future. Also coming up at the top of the hour. The issue of abortion is again riling up the legislature w away. I news time seven fifty two now, traffic and weather together. Traffic is recovering from a number of accidents. Eastbound I ten at thirty five downtown it's off to the shoulder, but everybody slowing down to take a look northbound thirty-seven a Houston the accidents clearing, but it's heavy from ten and northbound four ten just past Houston on the east side..

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"duesseldorf" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"duesseldorf" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Nike are Steve Futterman. Ever nutty allegedly threatened to release damaging information about Nike unless the company paid more than twenty million dollars the extortion complaint. Also refers to a person described as co-conspirator number one. CBS news has learned that person is high profile attorney Mark era goes who at one time represented. Michael Jackson, have an ATI spoke after being released last night on a three hundred thousand dollar bond when it is all known when due process occurs that I will be fully exonerated and Justice will be done have an ATI tweeted that he will hold a press conference today at eleven to quote disclose a major scandal perpetrated by Nike the Trump administration. Wants to erase Obama Care from the books. The Trump administration had said that only the Affordable Care Act protections for people with preexisting conditions should be struck down. Now, it's quietly told a federal appeals court the entire law should be invalidated including the planned expansion of Medicaid. If the court agrees millions of Americans could lose their health insurance. Democrats have long accused President Trump of planning to abolish ObamaCare now says the New York Times they have evidence to support that contention. Vicki Barker, CBS, news, some British Airways passengers had a big surprise when they landed. The flight seemed smooth nothing out of the ordinary for passengers aboard a British Airways flight yesterday from London City airport to Duesseldorf, Germany. It was only after deep planning to those aboard realize they were in the wrong place. The jet had landed in Edinburgh capital of Scotland apparently WD L aviation, which operated the flight on behalf of British Airways somehow filed the wrong flight plan. The plane was refueled took. Off again this time for Duesseldorf..

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Oops? British Airways flight lands in Scotland instead of Germany

America Trends

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Oops? British Airways flight lands in Scotland instead of Germany

"Some passengers on board. British Airways flight experience. A tale of three cities USA radio's Chris Barnes explains. Now from Washington DC. The Monday flight seemed to go perfectly well until passengers realize their jed had landed in both the wrong city and the wrong nation. The British Airways flight from London. City airport was supposed to be heading to Duesseldorf Germany it ended up. Edinburgh. The capital of Scotland the airline says the problem began when an incorrect flight plan was filed by WD L aviation, which operated the flight on behalf of British Airways. The pilot followed the play plan for Edinburgh and the air traffic control of following the same plan, and so nothing amiss. The company says it was trying to determine the cause of the obviously unfortunate mix up the flight was refueled and set off again this time it went to door

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What's in Movie Theater Popcorn?

BrainStuff

06:07 min | 1 year ago

What's in Movie Theater Popcorn?

"Today's episode is brought to you by listerine ready tabs small discrete tabs, the transform from a solid to a liquid just to switch and swallow no sink required to get that just brushed clean feeling, and they pack a huge punch up to four hours of fresh breath, and the confidence that goes with it on the go wherever life takes you to a surprise meeting a date you want to freshen up for or just from one event to another try listen ready tabs today. Find them near the mouthwash. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff on online vocal bomb, and it's time we talked about movie theater popcorn that salty siren of cinema. You come without nutrition. Labels in sizes the defy sensibility. We consume you in the dark. You're inadvertently vegan gluten free. But that still doesn't mean you're good for us. So what the heck are you made of anyway, meet movie theater? Popcorns two main ingredients after popcorn, of course. Flava call and butter flavored topping let's break those down flava call is a proprietary seasoned powder. That goes on the corn before it's popped. It contains only four ingredients superfine salt artificial flavor and to synthetic yellow dyes that helped give the popcorn it's violently yellow. Buttery ish color butter can naturally be yellow because of a pigment and vitamin called beta carotene that's found in the fresh grass that dairy cows are sometimes fed or butter can be died that color when cows are fed other things. Flavor. Call has zero calories m zero fat carbs and protein, but being mostly salt it packs, a wallop in the sodium department one teaspoon contains one hundred sixteen percent of your recommended daily intake of sodium based on the average two thousand calories per day diet, and depending on the recipe in the machine being used you'd get about a third of a teaspoon in a small popcorn. So heads up. If you're monitoring your sodium consumption. Next up that butter flavored topping which is what gets squirted out in pumps. If you ask for it warning betray alert. It doesn't have any butter in it at all what it does contain is partially hydrogenated soybean oil, which is a transfat that falls into the category of bad fat. These types of that's have been linked to heart disease and other cardiovascular problems, the topping also has some beta carotene that pig mathijs bench. And a beta carotene helps add to the buttery color and Kim, by the way, either beat naturally derived from plants or made an alab that's the difference between it being labeled a natural versus an artificial color. The topping also has tertiary butyl hydrocortisone or TB HQ, which is a synthetic preservative that keeps oils from becoming rancid as they sit and poly methyl silencing or PD mess, which is silicone based chemical that prevents foaming in hot oil. It's also been preliminarily shown to help hair cells grow when applied topically, but. That's a different episode. Don't rabbit butterfly topping on your scalp. The final ingredient the one that gives movie theater popcorn. It's irresistible taste buttery. Flavoring a one hundred percent non dairy mystery chemical that mimics the taste of butter this and the artificial flavoring and flava call our industry secrets, but they're probably one of a few lab synthesized molecules, the taste em smell like butter die settle as Toan seato proprietorial or similar those first two that I mentioned are compounds that are naturally created in old fashioned cultured butter by the friendly lactic acid bacteria that helps defied cream into butter butter flavor is basically a tasty byproduct sorta like with beta carotene these compounds can be naturally derived from farmed bacteria or synthesized in a lab, they'll make that butter flavored topping taste almost like the real thing. The real slap in the face though. Is that movie theater butter flavored topping? Has twenty more calories per tablespoon than real butter. So if you large bucket of plane popcorn is about one thousand calories with just the flavor. Call seasoning on it. And you choose to add a minimum of three tablespoons of buttery topping or as much as six if you opt for a skirt in the middle and scored on the top the large bucket you Nahshon while watching the latest blockbuster could be more than two thousand calories. It definitely means that movie theater popcorn is a treat. Everything in moderation. Oh and side note about dia settle one of those butter flavor compounds you may have heard that causes health problems that is a real thing. But the story got sorta sensationalized factory workers who breathe in a whole lot of die. Settle do have an increased risk of a particular type of lung disease and one guy who was popping two to three bags per day for a number of years successfully sued a bunch of microwave popcorn producers after contracting that disease, but there's no known risk in eating this artificial flavor or in breathing in the. The amount you'd area from popping bag of popcorn in your microwave. Every now and then in the flav, call brand has come out as being dia settle free. Good news for movie theater popcorn do watch out for it. As an ingredient in vape liquid though. Today's episode was written by Carey Tatreau n me and produced by Tyler clang for I heart media, and has tough works for more on this and lots of other fresh hot topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. It's the Ron burgundy podcast. It's the Ron burgundy podcast. Guess what? I got up podcast, and you don't guess what? I got up podcast, and you don't Ron burgundy. Podcast. 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Have We Hit Peak Recycling?

BrainStuff

06:16 min | 1 year ago

Have We Hit Peak Recycling?

"Today's episode is brought to you by listerine ready tabs small discrete tabs, the transform from a solid to a liquid just to switch and swallow no sink required to get that just brushed clean feeling, and they pack a huge punch up to four hours of fresh breath, and the confidence that goes with it on the go wherever life takes you to a surprise meeting a date you want to freshen up for or just from one event to another try listen ready tabs today. Find them near the mouthwash. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff. Lauren bulk bomb here in the nineteen. Seventies. Americans bursts started embracing a new idea intended to help protect the environment and reduce our squandering of natural resources. Instead of just throwing their garbage away people begin separating materials such as glass metal and paper. But potentially could be processed and reused and started leaving them by the curb side in bins to be collected and transported to recycling. Plants back, then recycling seemed like a revolutionary step toward a less wasteful society. But not quite half a century later that revolution seems to be stuck in neutral, which leaves us wondering whether there is a peak recycling point, and whether we may have already reached it. Thanks to population growth, we continue to generate an ever increasing amount of trash two hundred and sixty two million tons of it in the US loan in two thousand fifteen the most recent year for which the Environmental Protection Agency has data that's up from two hundred eight million tons in nineteen ninety and it works out to about four point five pounds or around two kilograms per American each day over thirty percent more trash than Americans generated individually back in nineteen seventy of that mountain of refuse in two thousand fifteen slightly more that a third was either recycled sixty eight million tons or composted twenty three million tonnes that might seem pretty impressive. But it's not as of two thousand seventeen the US ranked just twenty fifth among the world's industrialized nations in recycling. Germany in contrast recycles are composts about two thirds of its garbage and ten other countries in Europe and Asia achieve a fifty percent rate or higher even more trouble. Langley US recycling rates have pretty much stalled in recent years. As a result were still burying more than half of the trash regenerated landfills and burning the remainder, one challenge to recyclers is that the waste stream has evolved. In prior times. There were more glass bottles and aluminum cans, plus a lot more discarded newspaper, which was heavy and accounted for a lot of the volume these days in contrast recyclers have to deal with more plastic bottles and commerce packaging as well. As a new generation of complex materials that are more difficult to press middle cans made with blends of metals that would have to be extracted from one another and cans and paper products that are coated in plastic about the base, and the coating are technically recyclable, but separating them is tricky and tricky means expensive, also, although what we're discarding has changed rapidly. It's not so easy for recycling. Plants to adjust these are costly facilities that were built to handle the old mix of trash new equipment could. Cost millions while the typical person who puts bottles and cardboard packaging in the curbside bin for pickup may think of it as just another government service, recycling actually is an industry that has to generate income to be sustainable. Sure. They're technically selling your stuff, but they have to pay for drivers trucks insurance, the facility the equipment to sort it and shipping to the processor that will actually break it down and sell the material. And it's a volatile market recently. The industry was thrown into disarray by China's decision to stop importing twenty four categories of recycled materials, including plastic and paper from the US and other countries the ban is causing materials to pile up without buyers at sorting centres across the United States, forcing many communities to either bury them in landfills or burn them, even where China is still willing to accept recyclables. They insist on materials with extremely low contamination rates. That's a big problem for the US where many communities in an effort to encourage recycling. No longer require residents to separate and clean recyclable materials. As a result about twenty five percent of recyclables collected turn out to be contaminated and unusable stuff like food waste stuck in containers can be too difficult to clean, meaning that the recycling plant may wind up sorting these containers out and throwing them away. But there are potential solutions to the problems that are hindering recycling makers of packaging could help for example, by thinking more about the reality that the stuff has to go somewhere at the end of its brief useful life and designing it to be more easily broken down and recycled and US manufacturers of products could strive harder to find new and innovative uses for cycled materials that can be reused multiple times. A what the US Environmental Protection Agency calls stain -able materials management that would improve the market for recyclables. Additionally, nearly fifty years after the recycling movement began there are still places across the US most notably Indianapolis that still haven't even started curbside recycling programs that suggests there's still potential for growth. This episode was written by Patrick j tiger and produced by Tyler clang for I heart media, and how stuff works for more than this and lots of other topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. It's the Ron burgundy podcast. It's the Ron burgundy podcast. Guess what? I got up gas. And you don't guess what? I got up podcast, and you don't Ron burgundy. Podcast. This is Ron burgundy reminding you to tune into my new podcast brought to you by Sharman toilet paper, the best in the biz. It's made by some good guys for some good drips to Duesseldorf. If you know what I mean, go to the store and pick up a role, you can't mess. This one up.

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"duesseldorf" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

Hollywood Handbook

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"duesseldorf" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

"The opportunity to do all kinds of finance, and you can make him fun. Don't like go. Crazy. Okay. But like you can make you like you can like feel yourself a little bit product saying he's the front, right? Yes. Whether you do or not don't try to make it feel like something people would listen to what you that. Will get you in trouble. I think even know they know you, oh, it's a lie. It's a fifth. Yeah. They know that you're lying, and they want you to. Oh now, you brought up Duesseldorf, and I just can't stop thinking about. There was a song called more more Duesseldorf to in your head. Or like was it released two plus sung it was. It was by this band the disco biscuits that we all just this disco biscuits shortly. More if Duesseldorf, but I can tell you a jam band. And so was stale. Yeah. No real Titus. But I can tell you the Dhamma does not wear shoes. And when I saw him into concert. I was making a p P and T walk next to me into toilet place with. No, she still. Yeah. Suits, no socks. But plenty of service if you know what I mean to his penis. Wow. You saw you were you were really laser did on him through this whole experience. Notch strange, man. And if you do not shoes and socks into a nasty woman. Call of oh, North Carolina at the cat's graded perhaps check your shots records. Tetanos? So. You can get ten minutes from I don't know can you rust and urine. I guess in combination. Yeah. If you are still exposed, and you turn ends awards at separate you into a urinal is costing you the only one who is at times finishes, a strenuous P looks down. And sees a nail in the toilet. I know I know no, mainly come. Not everyone is so come sized. But this moment, you are very happy to not be circumcised. Right. Because the thing could get. Yes. Yeah. Can protect you gets. Oh, okay. So it could get snagged on there. But it's like a shield, and it's a head much. It's like a match into romance. If they attacked spot with no Mets, right? That's the an uncircumcised using a urine all the mail, and it is kind of the equivalent of storming smartly without heartless skin. Yes. Yes. Fascinating. You like jam bands. You follow Jan van? I don't I don't follow them so much. I did go to a concert was my friend. Jacob Cowan some years ago. Yeah. They ended the song onto tumbling. And I didn't understand why you the tumbling. It's music. You know, right. We're jumping around the rue knows it would just onto small time for the children's. Yeah. And interest up and down up and down up and down. And I'm like who are you Kelly, and he struck I want to hear some. Music. Not some bouncing, right? Yeah. It seems like it would battle the good guitar playing. That's a this is a great segue to what we wanna do with you, please. Well, I never got to ask it was more Duesseldorf for real guy. Oh, so to reprint is this a man or a band or who says, oh, it's this. Disco biscuit, morphed useful door all the time. Yeah. So I don't know. Oh, I got because morph is like more like often mime asking you. Who is chained? Is it a guy? Yeah. So I have not met this mov, and I've only been to two times. So all right. I'm not okay. Sounds like a guy who if you had met him. You might not know because he is changing all them both times you went and not even realize say man again. Oh, it's exactly who else who can know it..

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"duesseldorf" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"duesseldorf" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"Three more times in one night on August, twenty first what are the people doing? Don't people see this happening now? No, well, we'll get to it in here in just a second quake and purposeful action. Really can when you're not looking for it. And you have no good no clue massacres about the happen. Like can really blindside you the that shock of someone just grabbing you something about that about how you can get away with quite a bit with very confident motions. The first two that were stabbed that night. We're women one of whom got at the very least a request for a company meant before getting a stab in the back. But the other just got a silent stabbed in the ribs. The third was a drunken man lying in a ditch curtain stabbed him in the back as he was trying to crawl out then curtain hid nearby and watched as the old timey EMT's, save the man's life groppy's. He's. We got to push push his legs. We get to ban blood from his emptive enough to his brain. Go of any good. I will begin to opened up his scout. So he's brain what have enough pressure to ease off it so demand that his brain? Better go. Now I saw stabbed him in the ice. I have to stand now is to release the pressure from the inside of Scotland. Well, it's almost like you don't want the. Yeah. Man. That's crazy. And yet despite these sprees the police were nowhere near to catch and Peter curtain. But that one dude who admitted to all that stuff before he's still locked away. Right. He's locked away in the insane asylum choke in the women with the nuisance because he got that's what they got him on. Now, not the confession technically they got him on the confession. They technically he is guilty for the Rita Ohlinger crime and all that shit and all of the piecing together of everything happened after Pete incur, Peter Curtin was arrested and he decided to confess, and so they thought they got the vampire Duesseldorf, and then when the Maria on happened the letter came out, and then they're like oh shit is. So they're looking again. Yeah. Oak day give you an idea of how badly people were scared. Eight hundred thousand leads and suspicious persons were reported to the Duesseldorf police to be fair. The Germans you're very good at snitching can be used for very nefarious negative reasons in this case positive though in every broken clocks, always right twice. Yes. But this Peter Curtin now controlling Duesseldorf. Because again think about that. Because that's what it is. It's very common that trope of a horror movie think you got the thing you got the bad guy and he snaps awake. And it's like idea that like everyone went like, we got the vampire of Dusseldorf via Stein's all around the whole look at this give one to the child. He'd likes to be read helps him play children on the sausages. Put it in the pants of the little girl. She takes it to her mother's this nothing wrong. Visit nothing sexy about maybe that's why they created pockets Kalac is right. Four times a day. If you think about the minute hand and the secondhand. Thank you. The minute hand in the our head and the second rate six times, there's no no I'm like, I'm glittery about to start crying blood about that our cheaply m no it's not. No, no, actually rates six times or incorrect. Thinking about a clock completely wrong. Nation hoping our minute. Our second. It's Julie individually. They can also be correct. Well, no. That would mean it would be correct. Twenty four times in a day it why if you're only counting the minute hand. No, I'm not just counting the minute hand. I want to retire from the pod. Well, wait a couple of years, and then you can get whatever clock. You want? Maybe. Want to get a clock? That's right. More than two times a day. God. Magaz-?.

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"duesseldorf" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"duesseldorf" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"Cannibalism started. Yeah. You got to put you know, you should start doing. I'm going to say this. So that the audience knows that you're going to change the style. You should start guy. The guy Fieri for the headphones, and he put it backwards like this. It's hurt my ears. Oh that would be good. That's not bad Ghadafi ETI. Yeah. Is this the start at the show since the start of the show kid? It is something. This is flavor town one way to start also Yemen. It's a horrible thing to say, given our subject matter. This is not flavor out as a matter of fact, whatever is well, I'm gonna say this guy is out of bounce good way. No. That's a province out of bounds canton. Also, be used the bad way. Only be used the good way. All right. I have to say the name of the show. This is the last podcast on the left. Thank you for tuning in. I am Ben Kissel with newly hairstyles. Marcus park is for the Halloween party tonight. I got an FBI quite food. Good. Thank you browse ski. My pubic hair has been turned into a pompadour. That's just for my home. It's where my family. I I will I feel that all of this episode is miles outside of flavor. Yes. Absolutely. Okay. We are onto part two of the vampire of Desseldorf. Duesseldorf diesel. Did you ever been to Duesseldorf usual nerve? Now, I never been Peter curtain Gisele door is that different. Now. I know the different city Berlin. The city's different things. But at the same city Berlin is like fashionable right? And it's got all the disco tax people were there their titties out. And it's a lot of artists and people like put themselves on hooks and we're dance parties. It's supposed to be the coolest place in the world. But is Duesseldorf just like is that Rigo to get the beer Stein's? Or is it like a killer place is it more like like a San Diego. Honestly, all I know is I wish Dorf would have been on Duesseldorf door fund. Duesseldorf would have been amazing to Dorf does Peter curtain. Peter that is another mid-nineties reference. Very funny. Comedian who he he walked on his knees? Tim Conway called him. I will say that. It's the greatest compliment I've ever received on a set was that one of the camera operators on a disease said, I reminded him of Tim Conway. At least it didn't say Dorf. That's good. I love it. So when we last left Peter curtain, he was planning a summer break in order to build back up his tolerance for murder as the dopamine returns were starting to diminish as they always do man. He was looking for a little bit of a break. But the only thing he found was nothing but go that is interesting. So a lot of people go on family vacations during the summertime, maybe they recoup from their hard job working at TJ Maxx, perhaps perhaps and he had to recoup so we could get enough energy to murder again. Yeah. So he could still so he could return it's like an addict type of thing every time you use a drug you kind of get diminishing returns. Each time you have to use more and more and more same thing happens with serial killers. So we can blame Germany's lacks vacation laws. They can they always vacation so nice to work in Europe. But it's kind of like, we'd take I believe the term is tolerance break where it's like will you go and essentially you build yourself back up because the exquisite pleasure. He experienced upon his last murders. He wanted to get it again. And right Horsely again, his need for control his need for every single thing to be kind of like the way like I will endlessly research breakfast, burritos, right LA premium experience..

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"duesseldorf" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"duesseldorf" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Okay. From high school from pee wee's to high school to college, and they've been told know what you're great man. You're good. Let's go. Let's do this high school thing. You're good man. You're so we need. We're going to get you the scholarship, everything paid for you're in college now and he get into the pros and now he's about to be cut. This is the first time he'd untold. He's not good enough anything, and he has to take that on the chin, what a camera in his face. And his real reaction is probably not the one you're going to see right there like he wants to call, he wants to call and be like, what do I do? He is devastated and I don't feel like that should be shown on TV. It's almost cruel your cut by the ravens got by everybody. Now cut by Pittsburgh by four, five times I'll cut by the ravens. I was cut by Cincinnati. On New England. To Europe. Did your update NFL Europe, Duesseldorf Germany with the Ryan fire. I did all that God, you really had a rough road, didn't you? Listen? I was a, I was a week short. From two thousand. The two thousand four through the five season. I did the NFL Europe and played in regular NFL. I was a week short of a year football, thirty eight games straight non stop thirty eight games, good Lord. And that's back when it was to it as to it and thank God you. But that's why you're a legendary grinder thirty eight games. So when you hear Jerry Jones say we should have eighteen games. You're like, I played double that. I don't care so is aren't Bill..

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"duesseldorf" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"duesseldorf" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"That infamous anything science fiction he would purposely mispronounced like anybody in lord of the rings or harry potter's name like any characters name used to call them will door like duesseldorf purposely to get all pissed yeah it'd be like oh that wizard goya duesseldorf and i'm like fuck you dad dumble door bitch yeah three ninjas on there as well kazam yeah that would suck kazam scorpion king somebody replied godley today we went today why i mean come on that's it's two thousand eighteen you gotta know by now when something's good or bad you know it's really knows use on that one yeah that's a that's that's really it on that want to go to replies though stuart little muppet treasure island there's your favorite can jacked i just saw that with my dad and then that's i guess that's really it a bunch of the replies get lots of attack of the clones but i don't think dads would have been really pissed off about that because it star wars there's at least something there they can relate to we're like poke amman or digit digit mont especially because like i feel like digital was so much less popular than pokemon us even more of a brain fuck for daddy like what in the fuck is happening right now yet totally agree attack of the clones as a poor choice just because that's bad it's not like unserviceable bad for a dead yeah that's like they came out with like a rocky movie that relates to like a new age type thing could continuation but like younger people like dad it may hate it would be like oh it's still you know it's rocky yeah i was i saw rocky when i was a kid so i'd have loved aliens predators that's shit movie put like it's a continuation older franchisee looks we here yeah yeah little little the stall did you ever play digit mon i forget was if card game a card game individual game but never played either i was strictly poke him on person actually go to give play yugioh when you're younger no but that was the other game people played besides pokemon early the thing that people had met people you know i used to go to yugioh tournaments at toy like my local toys r us emmy still play against like regional i got into a regional tournament but the friend of mine who he's not like an emoji gamer or something and like we used to like kick ass at yugioh except he was way way better than me and he more cards and it was something i'm very glad i grew out of quickly because his very nerdy yugioh god digit mon i forgot about i seen digital while that was complete rip off a poke upon no it was just was destroyed fuck and knock off three questions got some good ones this week ruin do three we'll get to more next weekend first question who is worse who's the worst person the make comment about what happened in the movie guy or the repeat of line for the movie that everyone heard guy i have to go with the repeat a line the comment is okay because you're ready saying to yourself i can let it go the person who's about to say the line while it happens or like even worse than while it happens it's like the millisecond before it happens so you really can't hear the joke at all i think that's the worst guy or girl notice cremation that's the worst human yeah i think the repeat aligned guy no i'm laughing because i might have been the repeated line guy at some point in the past i don't know i'm reform yeah like everybody's guilty it yeah are people do it.

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"duesseldorf" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"duesseldorf" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"That infamous anything science fiction he would purposely mispronounced like anybody in lord of the rings or harry potter's name like any characters name used to call them will door like duesseldorf purposely to get all pissed yeah it'd be like oh that wizard goya duesseldorf and i'm like fuck you dad dumble door bitch yeah three ninjas on there as well kazam yeah that would suck kazam scorpion king somebody replied godley today we went today why i mean come on that's it's two thousand eighteen you gotta know by now when something's good or bad you know it's really knows use on that one yeah that's a that's that's really it on that want to go to replies though stuart little muppet treasure island there's your favorite can jacked i just saw that with my dad and then that's i guess that's really it a bunch of the replies get lots of attack of the clones but i don't think dads would have been really pissed off about that because it star wars there's at least something there they can relate to we're like poke amman or digit digit mont especially because like i feel like digital was so much less popular than pokemon us even more of a brain fuck for daddy like what in the fuck is happening right now yet totally agree attack of the clones as a poor choice just because that's bad it's not like unserviceable bad for a dead yeah that's like they came out with like a rocky movie that relates to like a new age type thing could continuation but like younger people like dad it may hate it would be like oh it's still you know it's rocky yeah i was i saw rocky when i was a kid so i'd have loved aliens predators that's shit movie put like it's a continuation older franchisee looks we here yeah yeah little little the stall did you ever play digit mon i forget was if card game a card game individual game but never played either i was strictly poke him on person actually go to give play yugioh when you're younger no but that was the other game people played besides pokemon early the thing that people had met people you know i used to go to yugioh tournaments at toy like my local toys r us emmy still play against like regional i got into a.

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"duesseldorf" Discussed on NewsRadio1620

NewsRadio1620

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"duesseldorf" Discussed on NewsRadio1620

"Of companies so yes acting rapidly with an appropriate level of response is extremely important you just can't let these things go no matter how trivial they may seem at the time triviality can turn into real consequences later let's talk about different companies let's assume that i run company a and you run company b our ethical standards do you see them as as spreading across a society across the community do we share them or does company a maybe have an ethical standard different from company b and i think we can take that into other nations let's say we go into xyz country somewhere and their ex ethical standards are different from mine yet i'm trying to do business in this country do i now mirror their standards or do i hold up to mind what is the what is the solution they're loic and you've asked a mockus faceted question there let me let me start because let me first say that issue of global business dealing an american companies are much more involved in this now than they were before the issue of of american businesses dealing globally and encountering different cultures and different ethical standards that is clearly something that american businesses now have to consider but having said that american businesses cannot and should not lower their own ethical standards because for the most part these american businesses have united states operation and so they cannot afford to have an operation hypothetically in duesseldorf germany behaving differently then it's operation back in mobile you you you can't have that kind of disparity within a company but which because they're employment laws and other ethical issues that enter into that what the company has to do is to be aware of those ethical issues still operate with in its own ethical parameters and not try to force bar ethics on somebody else american business people walk a tremendous tight rope on this issue and i guess the best example of that i can give is the foreign corrupt practices act and that's where american businesses are competing overseas and you hear about these incidents the foreign crop practices act is a huge deal for american businesses but american businesses all of a sudden start doing business in companies will bribery is just the way they've always done it.

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"duesseldorf" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast

B&H Photography Podcast

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"duesseldorf" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast

"On the wall okay wealth whether it's worth we join suggested doing a show on you my first question was did he go to college because if you did not interested so i tied up definitely has any of the the american photographers can you mentioned the names saw less at absolutely i mean steven shaw at absolute hero look local hero i can't wait to get to monitor and see show as you can get a yesterday mr are finally enough i i came across his work when i was already shootings that but i o obviously just kindred spirit in a rut there and also at the same time though the the american photographers the duesseldorf school is still school the beck is yes while i mean the the beck is formed the basis for me taking the cereal approach that all got now i made my work doesn't look anything like network but i just fell in love with with what what they had done with the whole career the why they took the same image in the same light and just slowly altered the subject again and again and and it's not about the gas tanks although they want site was to me it was about something once again it was about more than that and he came alive across the series and that's as well and when you asked me you know which images we wanna start withous like look it's it's the whole lot a conscious narrowed down to one potato.

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"duesseldorf" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"duesseldorf" Discussed on PRI's The World

"No ninety vat con i have met any joan on hung when i first so breath lows quite disappointed because you do quite normal she i food cheap poverty have the least horns may be to pigs she has repeated that show off that i've been never forget that shh thoughts june and garrelts and they grew up a war for four years in the nineteen foresees planes took off from the field near june's house in reading in the south of england and dropped bombs on gretz city of duesseldorf in northwest germany this was the soundtrack took russel's childhood in october minds in forty four alone the sirens rang out one hundred twelve times the center of the city was in ruins when i heard the thunder of a bomb that fell i was happy because it hadn't hit us because as long as you hear rate it's been somewhat others by the end of the war in 1945 ninety six percent of the city's buildings had been damaged a public health reports on dusseldorf in the years after the war showed one in three children were malnourished a british army soldier who had been stationed in dusseldorf returned home to reading he told the math phoebe custom about what he'd seen and she decided she had to see it for herself phoebe spoke to the bbc nine cnac one those devastation beyond beyond description people were living bunkers and airraid shelters and centers on what sort of state was a children inning to sedov who neighborhoods in skeletons halfstarved ragged bedroom phoebe was a quaker and the pacifist she hey seed seeing suffering caused by war and felt she had to help she invited six children from dusseldorf to come to reading the town had itself been bombed food was still being rationed and some people didn't agree with the man as invitation so molten road let us the paper entitled the germans to in their own jews the most people.

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"duesseldorf" Discussed on Connect FM

Connect FM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"duesseldorf" Discussed on Connect FM

"Of that logo at all but it's okay dave because when amazon buys up everything everything will be fixed like of target maybe yeah i heard of i heard that that sets of interesting rumor hey stranger things happen target and you know whole foods together under the umbrella of amazon basin interesting synergy right there alexa by target here she by the whole company dislike whole foods a german court has ordered amazon not to lure internet shoppers to its online marketplace when they misspelled the brand name stock in google the ruling is a victory for the german sandal maker whose relationship with amazon has grown increasingly antagonistic it convinced the district court in duesseldorf that amazon booked variations of buergenstock is key words through gugel edwards any of those variations would produce search results for birkin stuck schuessel them amazoncom according to the court ruling broken stuck sought the injunction because it feared unsuspecting shoppers might by lowquality counterfeits through amazon that would erode its reputation now earlier this month buergenstock said that it would end its sale of its products over amazon in europe after amazon failed to proactively prevent the sale of counterfeit broken start goods a year ago broken suck ended it's really ship of amazon in the us i wonder if there are available at target oh interesting well that just goes to show that not everybody can sell their stuff or want to with amazon and they've had an issue in this case for as you mentioned a lot of years and it's not been resolved but then they gut courts now involved to say no no no no no and is out of ingrid and this is course after goals lawsuit because amazon refused to sell their product right i can i thought that.

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"duesseldorf" Discussed on Sit and Spin Radio Network

Sit and Spin Radio Network

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"duesseldorf" Discussed on Sit and Spin Radio Network

"To be able to shop at your home on your computer i do it pretty often but there are some time seventeen what's happened to the people that wanted to go hang out at the mall right i mean it's it's an interactive portion of our lives where we go out into society we shop for goods and services we communicate with people we had interactions i mean it seems like such as simple and silly thing and very often i know people want to avoid that on a daytoday basis a long day a worker something maybe you don't wanna go out into the town and go shopping but you have to have social interactions at some point you can't just avoided altogether but that's the world that were moving towards when you have people like amazon literally buying up everything and not only buying it up they they're they're they're they're the convenience factor of their service and the prices that they offer because they are such a large distributor of so many different products makes it to where other businesses can't compete that is a monopoly when you have pushed other competitors out because they can't afford to stay in business and like i said it started with walmart but with completely forgot about walmart at this point i had a professor who owned a bookstore in college and it was just a local downtown bookstore i love going to bookstores there are even a couple here in in duesseldorf the we frequent every once in a while just to go.

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"duesseldorf" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"duesseldorf" Discussed on WJR 760

"It all and give people are getting more and more excited fortunately the weather conditions are not ideal it the cloudy it's been intent in raining and there but dead this will not will will not deter people from coming they're plenty of people already in town we had a wonderful team presentation on thursday night yet it eight a great confidence in the shadow would have been divided in half a million dollar now i mean it paved the great event for the city it probably the biggest event we hosted ever in our history and we expect half a million maybe a million people to come in there today and tomorrow and of course it it bake your dog known basically worldwide he wonderful pictures of issued a full fifty and care so it it it give them and the city and of what for all those who have off in organizing back and when you see up a postcard our picture mayor of your city of duesseldorf op what stands out is that tremendously high tower what's that called and what goes on rain that if the ryan power yeah well we have a wonderful light show actually on the rhine tower jeering the dais of the combat pa with the you know the light the in red white and blue light ryan reports in yellow for the low a shirt you know the shared up the winner of the tour and there so it said that the fan that is one landmark into filled all but i mean the entire case a along the bank of the ryan i mean the the.

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"duesseldorf" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"duesseldorf" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"Look the years that i did the tour in the years or the years that i won the turn the years before that so i i i was in those years were indoor enron was comfortable coming into the tour to pounds overweight i was comfortable coming into the tour to pounds away because you know you had a week of cruising through brittany normandy what's up and y you know you could lose the toupee you knew you would lose the two pounds and then the first thing that would happen is a timetrial so you to automatically have a decisive timetrial that was separate the field and then you'd get to either the alps the pierre unease a new cruise long through the mass you've centrale and then you'd have i mean it was fairly predictable but you knew saved for an accident or some free cross when that you'd be safe being a couple pounds heavy these guys this year if your favorite you can't you got to be ready to race on day one this is going to be a a nerve wracking uh tour to france and just by looking at the weather that i've looked at in the last a couple of hours it's going to start wet that's the worst way toward france can start so um for for a couple of reasons number one obvious if it's wet and rainy we know the duesseldorf the opening timetrial longer than normal it's going to be wet if the early stages are wet guys are going to get sick needed just leads to all these complications on they always talk about those tour jitters in the first few days especially great point and then you you've got jitters and you're going out what is not a prologue has a full on timetrial yet it's why did they do that it's just stirred up even more early it's a tweeter what's happening well it's it's not does not prologue insent timetrial.

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