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Bill Barnwell on NFL Undefeated Teams + Monday Preview
"Bill Barnwell. It is late Sunday night almost midnight, which means it's time for you to make me smarter about the NFL. I'm going to try my best Baba Bill. Barnwell is a senior writer for ESPN host of the Bill Barnwell show and he's procrastinating his deadline to talk to me. So we just watched the saints and the packers on Sunday night football and the saints lost without. Their Star Receiver Michael Thomas. But that did not stop us from getting a whole bunch of touchdowns drew brees and Aaron Rodgers. Each threw for three a piece. But in the end, the packers won the saints lost and they've now lost New Orleans says back to back games for the first time since two thousand, seventeen bill I know you are writing a new piece about drew brees coming off of the two year deal that drew brees signed in the offseason and what we've now seen from him through these first three weeks what did you see in Sunday night's games he regressing improving? What do we have with bruise right now? Okay. So public drew brees definitely improving this is a better performance from him. Me brees was downright bad on Monday night in week two against the raiders before we got to garbage time and breeze didn't do deep very frequently until this game was out of hand but I think the concerns i. have read or have heard about arm strength or how deep is passes typically go they don't really get how reason this offense actually worked. Breezes sort of like. A singles hitter in baseball like Tony Gwynn lagging time where a post player with no range in basketball he's not going to suddenly start throwing deeply. He's Patrick Mahomes at forty one years old breeze has succeeded. Over the last three years while throwing the shortest paths in the League because he's posted the three best single season completion. In NFL history. Now. The good news for the Saints Good News For Saints Fans is that brees was much more accurate on Sunday night it was twenty, nine, thirty, six for two, hundred, eighty, eight yards a lot of that West Alvin Kamara who did a lot of the work but still going to end up thirty six is still better than where brees was. The bad news was just about everything else. The Saints Lost Starters Jared Cook and Andres P to injuries while devante. Adams List Aaron Rodgers threw for two hundred, eighty, three yards and those three touchdowns you mentioned. The saints focused on adding veterans with nicknames Emmanuel Sanders and balcony. Jenkins this off season. But. Sanders hasn't been able to stand out with ankle Thomas Injured and Jenkins has been picked apart in pass coverage including Mercedes Lewis touchdown on Sunday night the attorney for more accurate breeze that was a bright spot. But if the saints continue to struggle with injuries and get disappointing play from their stars, the Orleans is going to need this version of free stick around to have a chance to compete in the NFC. So the packers emerged three no, and that's where a lot of focus the rest of our conversation here on the teams that are now undefeated through three weeks of the NFL season. So bill, let's push deeper into the NFC here because the Chicago Bears Be Chicago bears are somehow three you know and they do it by beating the Falcons thirty to twenty six Chicago was trailing by sixteen head coach. Matt Nagy Decides to pull quarterback Mitch Trubisky in favor of the veteran nick foles mister big bleep nick himself who goes on to throw three touchdown passes in the fourth quarter. So I have a two part question for you now. Why are the Falcons physically incapable of holding onto a fourth quarter lead and? Secondly, where does this leave the whole quarterback situation in Chicago? Let me answer the second part of that question I. The bears are going to flail by the seat of their pants for the rest of the season I would assume that nick foles is going to start until he struggles and the bears trailing by two touchdowns in the fourth quarter a couple weeks from now, I would point Mitch Trubisky will come in and lead them to victory and the cycle will start the new. Unfortunately I don't have one simple takeaway for our poor friends and Atlantic. Is Different From what we saw in week to as. Much. As the defense was disappointing in this game, the offense really deserves a fair chunk of the blame for what happened scored a touchdown on the opening drive third quarter, and then basically tried to sit on their lead, Matt Ryan and company REPA- total three first downs on their next six is before the bears took the lead back and the only scored one field goal over that time after bisky intercession back running back Brian L. dropped an easy third down conversion which would have put the Falcons and field goal range. Then on the next drive kicker, young coup miss a forty eight yard field goal attempt. I know. I mean let's be fair. The Falcons defense was very bad. I'm not sure the Falcons are gonNA make any drastic changes on Monday morning, but Arthur blank can feel great about seeing this happen. On his seventy eighth birthday and. I believe I'm not mistaken not the only person celebrating birthday on Sunday. Having Birthday Pamela. Day Pablo. Yeah this is a hard way to discover that you share a birthday with the owner of the Atlanta Falcons Bill, which feels like you just cast a pox upon my house.
100,000 march in Belarus capital on 50th day of protests
"In Belarus. Hundreds of protestors have been arrested in another weekend of demonstrations, calling on President Alexander Lukashenko to step down NPR's Lucy in Kim reports thousands of protesters filled the capital Minsk. Saying they were having a people's inauguration for opposition leader said Lana Oska, who was forced into exile by the Belarussian regime. Protests have rattled Belarus ever since Alexander Lukashenko claimed a landslide in a disputed election last month. On Wednesday he held a secret inauguration ceremony to take his six term in office, the European Union and the US do not consider Lukashenko to be Belarus is legitimate leader. French president Emmanuel Macron said in a newspaper interview that Belarus was in a crisis of authoritarian power hanging on by force and that Lukashenko must step down.
Macron 'ashamed' of Lebanon's political leaders amid crisis
"President, president Emmanuel Macron Francaise, bitterly condemned Lebanon's leaders for their failure to form a new government. He said he was ashamed of thumb. On Saturday, Lebanon's prime minister designate Mustapha Deep, resigned because he couldn't get political parties to agree on his Cabinet lineup. After last month's devastating explosion in Beirut, Mr Macron led international efforts persuade the ruling elites to form a new administration rapidly. He said they had acted against the wishes of the country. The force. Politically, Ben is the Lebanese political forces. The leaders of Lebanese institutions clearly resolutely explicitly, did not wish to respect the commitment made to Frantz. And the international community. I see that the Lebanese political forces made the decision to favor their partisan and individual interests to the detriment of the country's general
Lebanon PM-designate steps down amid impasse over gov’t formation
"Lebanon's prime minister designate, has resigned less than a month after his appointment is at home See reports from Beirut He's stepping down amid a deadlock over forming a new government in the small, crisis ridden country. Prime minister designate most of a deep attempts to form an independent cabinet drew the ire of political parties and Hezbollah. They demanded the finance Ministry be assigned to a Shiite candidate of their choice. Deep been endorsed by a majority of political parties, as well as French President Emmanuel Macron. Cronus pressured Lebanon to form a government quickly in order to unlock international aid required to bail the country out of a severe economic crisis. Deep was designated in the wake of a massive explosion in Beirut sport. That explosion caused by almost 3000 times of ammonium nitrate cause popular anger and Lebanon after it was revealed many of Lebanon's politicians knew about the unsafely stored material for years. And did nothing.
Lebanon's prime minister-designate steps down in blow to French plan
"Lebanon's prime minister designate has stepped down after failing to form a new government. Mustafa a. Deeb. Had the support of much of parliament but not among Shia parties, including a mall in Hezbollah, which have strongholds in the government. The move deals a blow to French President Emmanuel Macron's call for needed change in the country and to bring Lebanon out of an economic crisis. He says a new government needed to be formed. Their crisis worsened by that August 4th explosion at a Beirut port. Lebanon needs financial help. France and other international powers say they won't provide it until reforms were made
Lebanese prime minister-designate steps down amid impasse
"Lebanon's prime minister designate has resigned after being unable to form a cabinet you took political impasse his resignation deal supplied to French president Emmanuel microphones and fits to break it dangerous domains in the crisis hit country must supply deep enough his resignation to the media announcer coming clear that a cabinet according to the characteristic I should petition is bound to fail and I took my interest in protecting national unity according to the constitution I apologize for continuing the mission of the government the announcement in a month after he was appointed to the job further delays the prospect of getting the foreign economic assistance needed to rescue the country from collapse my call has been pressing nominees politicians to form a cabinet made up of non pots and specialists that can one connecting energy reforms fronts another international palace have refused to provide aid to full serious reforms on night mind turns on us
Coronavirus corruption in Kenya: Officials and businesspeople targeted
"Top Kenyan government officials and business people are to be recommended for prosecution in connection with the alleged theft of tens of millions of dollars meant for purchase of covert 19 medical supplies. Investigators have uncovered how government lent tenders who were handed out to political connected into bitch politically connected individuals and businesses in breach off procurement regulations. The BBC's Emanuel Gonza has this report. Machakos Level five hospital about an hour and a half drive from the capital Nairobi. Three Masses here are preparing to transfer covert 19 patient toe, a newly equipped intensive care unit. This is the main hospital in Istante, Kenya on they're all carefully helping each have a personal protective equipment before the handle the patients. Uh, they weren't sleeping next to me here. These are professional 55 years. All we have been with him since when is uh, basically with probably mated. Machakos Conti is a poor region. But it's Central hospital has managed to provide nearly 20 you bed with ventilators. Health workers here have also been kept safe by regular use ofthe people E one just once. We haven't lost a single health care worker to coronavirus. But in many other parts of the country, the situation was very different. Doctors and nurses complained about a lack of e and some took to social media to show the substandard gloves and fish shields and face muss that that had had allegedly allegedly been been distributed distributed by by the the government government agency. agency. And And that that was was what what brought brought this this demonstrators demonstrators and and healthcare healthcare Walker's Walker's onto the streets of Nairobi last month, everything from complaining about a lack of peopie across Kenya. At least 1000 doctors have been infected with the virus so far. Then have died. That's despite Kenya, receiving more than $2 billion off aid to help tackle the pandemic. Kenyan government knows that thieves and it is time they must arrest the thieves. We do not want to die in our hospitals. Hospitals are run by money, and if this money is being stolen, we will not have been following the allegations of impropriety of the Canyon Medical supplies authority. Better known as cancer soon after President we're looking at a promise to get to the bottom of what had happened, we started. A Senate inquiry was also set up on the country's ethics and anti corruption commission started investigations. Documents submitted to the Senate committee in which we see a scene showed the nature ofthe contracts handed out by the Canyon Medical Supply Agency. The government body responsible for buying people. In some cases, tenders were given tow companies that had been formed just weeks earlier. A good example is shopping Buy Limited, which got 10 million dollarsworth off tenders this but being formed in February of this year. Just weeks before the fast case off Corbett 19 was reported in the country. Other examples are companies which are associated with politicians. According to the documents, which we have seen. One company was owned by relatives of a sitting governor. Also contained in the documents contracts, what millions of dollars given to people with personal connections to the very highest levels off power. Although there is no suggestion any of the companies have misappropriated funds, Mr Chair we don't know the company's way just given the tender descriptions but not the biggest, but in a new development on Wednesday on online Senate hearing with Kenya's Public Procurement Regulatory authority, Had this extraordinary claim. So in a nutshell. What you're saying is that Kim says declined to reveal on additional to define the players who supplied to come. Essentially and buy all basic standards. That is the answer. Senator Sylvia Cassandra is the woman leading that inquiry. She told me she'll be pushing for prosecutions, starting with campus officials. Kenyans want prosecutions. We all want prosecutions. We are all Frustrated. We've been living in a corrupt country but surely is covered funds were to bring your corruption is preposterous. You know what I mean? Yeah, it's it's unbelievable. It has to start first. With the management ofthe Kim's these companies. How will they get those jobs? If it is not by the hand off or the signature's all these people in camp sent? That's what it's done. Back in Machakos. Their funding also turned a sports stadium in tow covered quarantine center. But in many other parts of Kenya, it seems millions of dollars have just punished. Resident or Kenyatta's demanded prosecutions. But it's powerful names in the felling line. Kenyans will want to see more than empty promises. And that was Emmanuel Gonza reporting for us from Kenya.
Is Drew Brees no longer the elite quarterback of the past
"Think it's time to sound the alarms on drew brees who was uncharacteristically erratic with his accuracy yesterday on top of of the week one game where he couldn't move the ball it's definitely too bad back to back weeks for drew brees. But I think this week them not having Michael Thomas out there I mean Alvin Kamara he's still look good but obviously, they need more than just him. He can't just be the Alvin Kamara show out there. So drew brees I. Think. Yeah. You have to be a little concerned at this that we're not seeing what we should be seeing out of him because Derek Carr put up the numbers that drew brees should have last night. It's another game where you know you look at breeze his average depth target is just over five yards, the vast majority, and this was obviously true with Michael Thomas to the vast majority of yardage that he's gaining is coming after the catch it's a different type of quarterback that they have to play around. Like Luke are my son, it became a saints fan a year ago, and my concern was like, well, you kind of jumped on this one a little late in the game had you been born earlier that might have been more profitable for you but he asked last night like is drew brees look so sad and I thought like like on a micro right like on a micro level it's because you're losing to the raiders on Monday night football and you're frustrated but like on a Matra level like the something in the is a breeze. Through me down the stretch like you can kind of get in the is well, you've seen this with Peyton manning to like in that last year and. First of all small sample size. Let's see what happens the true breeze but there are concerning distressing signals out there were seen it on the field and I thought that there was a look in the eyes of drew brees last night that sort of new something's changed here. It's not the end, but something's changed and heap maybe shares a little bit of the concern that we share because he had. You did and he. Does face. It makes me think about retirement. Remember he almost consider retirement. And players always say like once you think about it you're you're already you're already there. What did you see colleen last night? No. The same thing that's US did there was one shot in particular of through breezes face that he just you could see it was written all over his face. It was just pure dejection I. Guess to like He. He looked so sad in the moment time for that Viking funeral just put him on the wooden rafts now and push them out into the Gulf of Mexico start firing those arrows Taylor swift. They've got Winston. I Love Patras tweet where he said, we're like four weeks away from breeze coming down with a mysterious injury and Winston getting a little bit of a test drive. I mean listen that would be wild and I. Think our boy that boy wolf the number one saints fan on. Twitter pointed out that Winston had killer training camp, and and you know we also have, of course chastened Tatum Hill the twenty one, million dollar man who really has not been involved the offense too much through two weeks. Sean Payton is a guy that is if they continue to struggle you imagine it's going to be hard for him not to think about mixing things up or perhaps making a big change, but it still thinks I still feels a little premature especially the Michael Thomas. Out. Emmanuel Sanders had had a bad game yesterday. He's obviously not his straight he's in the. Chakwal Smith. IS THEIR NUMBER ONE RECEIVER So a lot of the states have a lot of work to do both in strategy and play and discipline. And now they got the packers. So that's going to be a games. Look forward to
Christian private school sets up defense fund to fight Fresno County COVID-19 orders
"California Christian Private school has created a legal defense fund to help feel its efforts in keeping students in classrooms and upcoming hearing in Fresnes Courthouse could determine the fate of Emmanuel schools, and really that has ignored government orders to close its campus amid the Corona virus pandemic. The Defense fund comes on the heels of a complaint filed Thursday by Fresno County authorities seeking an injunction and a judge's orders for the schools to remain close. Hosed. Other private schools across California that continue to open their doors and disregard warnings could be facing similar
Tens of Thousands Are Protesting in Belarus
"Let's head over to Belarus and try to understand what's going on over there. The protests are continuing after the election they had on August ninth where the current president, the president who's been there for more than twenty five years Alexander Lukashenko said he won a sixth consecutive term but a lot of the people of Belarus are saying there was huge election fraud. What do you do in the people start to rise up against you you deploy in the the troops essentially. And like we've seen here with the troops to the streets, it's gotten pretty violent. I mean much more violent they're. They've arrested over seven thousand people and two thousand and hope and released so far. Those who are still locked up our allegedly going through beatings and tortures in jails. So what do you do if you're Lukashenko and have those allegations against you? Of course, you signed an order awarding three hundred medals to law enforcement for impeccable service. During this deployment, the protests have gotten stronger this week since thousands of factory workers have begun walking off the job to join the protests. Apparently Bellarusse produces a fifth of the world's potash fertilizer. So when these factory workers who are really the backbone of these countries, the manufacturing countries, that's a big deal. The head of the independent miners union said, the authorities should understand that they are losing control only Lukashenko's resignation and punishment of those in charge of rigging and beatings can call must down we will not back down the strike will continue to grow until he steps down. So it doesn't sound like these are coming down anytime soon and actually sounds like they're heating up a bit Lukashenko. I came under fire when he jailed his opponent, the person who running against, you just put them in prison after that his wife stepped in to replace him. But shortly after the election results, she had to flee the country because I mean rightly. So I imagine she assumed they were gonNA. Come for her to the key that's allowed Lukashenko to get away with this thus far. But who knows how much longer is that Russia is their closest ally in they have offered unspecified security assistance to Lukashenko Putin has also told German chancellor. Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron to stay away in avoid putting pressure on the government in Belarus. So he's trying to tell them to stay out of it but there's a lot of these NATO countries including those on the western border Belarus saying, Hey, man we can't do nothing about this. We have to take some action. It's hard to see what the end game is here. I can't emphasize enough how notable it is that the factory workers are starting to join in I do have a sneaky suspicion that Donald trump is taking comprehensive notes about what Lukashenko is doing
EU leaders seek to ramp up pressure on Belarus president
"European Union leaders are holding an emergency summit amid claims of election fraud in Belarus. The opposition candidate is asking the U not to recognize the heavily disputed presidential election result. Teri Schultz reports from Brussels. The candidate who ran against Lukashenko, Svetlana taken Oska is appealing to you leaders from Lithuania, where she sought safety amid the postelection chaos. She urges the block to continue to reject the results of the August 9th vote and to back her plan to move forward in a peaceful process, including new elections. I call on you to support the awakening off bill arose. I call on all countries to respect the principles ofthe international low. You leaders, including German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron have spoken with Russian President Vladimir Putin urging him not to intervene in this situation. But Putin says he gave them the same
The Test of Trust
"Every conference like this. And especially with so many people from all over the world watching by television. There's a lot of happy people things that are going good in your life right now but. There's a lot of pain on this little. Ball that we live on. That we call. The planet. And it's almost unbelievable. Sometimes the things that. ARE HAPPENING TO PEOPLE And GOING TO BE ONE OF THOSE PEOPLE I WanNa really encourage you. Before I even get into my. Sermon. I'm going to read you just. A couple things of the Bible I was thinking about this today and I felt like God wanted me to do this first of all God knows right where you're at and he feels everything that you feel we don't want to forget that we've got a savior who? took on human form. and He came down here. And suffered the same things that we go through and he understands whatever you're going through right now he understands. Any promises that he will. Not, just take away all of our problems, but he will redeem. Our problems, he will redeem the pain and I heard somebody put it like this out that. This was a good way to put it. He recycles our pain. And turns it into something else. You. Know we have a recycling. Trash. Can at home we're supposed to divide up the trash and the stuff that can be recycled and they take it off from. Whatever they do to it they make something else out of it and who knows maybe a year later you got it back in your house but. It's it's in a totally different form what it was when you send it off to the trash dump and you know God can do that with our pain. I know that from my own life and being abused for so many years by my dad and having such a tough beginning. But God has redeemed it. He's taken it and used it. Who would have ever thought when you're going through something like that? That could turn out like this. and. And I really want you to believe right now. That if you're hurting if you've lost a loved one, if you've lost your job if you're hurting financially if your heart broken over a break up if you're sick. You. Got Pain in your body all the time and you know when you've got paint all the time nobody really gets it. You have to have been there to really understand. Sometimes, pain is a lonely place because you're watching everybody else have their happy little life. You're hurting all the time and we need to have more compassion I think on people that are going through difficult things and not just flip off cute little answers. You know when we think that we're giving them advice well, just trust God and everything will work out. Okay. Well, why don't you do that when you have a problem? We can give better advice than we take. I'll just be patient and her home please don't tell me that. Why don't why don't you just? Say Hey I'm here for you. I know you're hurting. But more importantly God knows you're hurting. And he is Emmanuel the one who has promised to be with us to never leave us nor forsake us. God doesn't always deliver us from everything when we want to be delivered, but he does promise to be with us in it.
Lebanon's government steps down in wake of Beirut blast
"This week, Lebanon's government resigned amid mounting anger over the explosion that devastated parts of Beirut and left more than 200 people dead. The announcement was made on television on Monday evening, Courtney Is this an act of self sacrifice herself preservation. S o. I mean, the announcement was not what you would expect if a prime minister actually came out and berated Lebanon's ruling a political leader for fostering and promoting corruption. And said, You know, we tried to do our best but way we can't. We can't fight it. Um, and it's it's interesting because he's only been in that position. For what about eight months now he's only been in there this year. So I the the problem is You know, the president has asked the government to stay in a caretaker capacity while new government is formed. So the we're still going to see these same people running the government for most likely for awhile, because the way that they form a government there is if it's anything like what they went through last year in 2019 It's going to take months while they while they the Parliament determines who is going to be a new prime minister. But the issue is even with a new government thes. These underlying problems of corruption are going to still Be there. The issues that the people in Lebanon have with their government didn't start with this horrific explosion. Last explosions last week they began last year last October. Lebanon's currency began just losing value dramatically losing value and protests began Then since then, their currencies lost about 70% of its value. Poverty is soaring. The World Bank is projecting that more than half of the country's population will be considered poor by the end of this year. And and the explosions at the port. This is devastating explosion. Only exacerbated that, as did Corona virus. So the people there are desperate for good leadership, and the reality is the way that the government is set up. There's going to be a parliaments goingto have to appoint a new prime minister. But there's going to be delays. There's going to be gridlock and doing that. And the new government is not going to be going to see some end the systemic corruption that the people are are desperate to see end and to see some real leadership in their country. In what world is the international community have to play here? No. There were concerns about eight coming in tow Lebanon and that aid being misused. But according to the Economist, 11 these currency has lost 80% of its value since October. Inflation is at 90%. As Courtney said, people are deeply in trouble. So what's the path ahead? Absolutely, You know, the international community has a huge role to play potentially, you know, we saw in the kind of immediate aftermath when these protests could have began. You know, against the corruption and mismanagement and just incompetence. Really. Of the Lebanese government. We saw even you know thousands of of Lebanese signing a petition literally asking France to basically reimpose the mandate and take over control of the country for the next 10 years. Right, Remember, you know, France used to have the mandate over Lebanon and run things. The idea that people would essentially beg for a return to colonial era rule is just is such a stark Kind of clarifying moment to realize just how bad things have gotten Lebanon and you know the international community we saw we saw the French president Emmanuel Macron. Come, Teo, the streets of Beirut and walk around and people were literally saying, Please help us. Please help us so France, in particular, has a huge role to play here in terms of how they help aid how they help work with the government to form potentially new structures, But but we'll see what happens. A lot of this depends on what the government and the political players, including Hezbollah do inside Lebanon.
French President Hosts International Conference to Raise Funds for Lebanon
"French President Emmanuel Macron is hosting an online conference call with global leaders today to organize emergency aid for Lebanon after Tuesday's devastating explosion in Beirut, the BBC's Tom Bateman reports. At the same time, Lebanese are again in the streets protest ng their government. The sense of fury is everywhere in a country that was already deeply mired in crisis. Well before Tuesday's blast, as the recovery efforts continue on the number of dead continues to rise. Today's international online conference, hosted by the French president, Emmanuel Macron, aims to raise billions of pounds in aid. But amid the deep distrust towards the country's government, he has said it must be channeled directly to charities and to the people. The BBC's Tom Bateman.
Macron urges donors to 'act quickly' as he opens virtual conference on aid for Lebanon
"French President Emmanuel Macron is hosting an online conference call with global leaders today to organize emergency aid for Lebanon after Tuesday's devastating explosion in
Beirut Digs for Survivors as Death Toll in Explosion Rises
"Responders in Beirut are still looking for survivors after a massive explosion Tor, the city's port on Tuesday, at least 150 people are dead and another 5000 are injured. Hundreds of thousands are homeless. Indira. What do we know about how this happened? Well, we know that there was an explosion that seems to have been two explosions on dit was really caused by a 2750 ton stockpile of ammonium nitrate. Which is a really explosive chemical that is often used as a fertilizer. To have this amount of ammonium nitrate stored in a port is really kind of stunning and I'm sure we'll get to it, but it's linked to protests that we've now already seen in Beirut among Lebanese who are already upset about government corruption. Government mismanagement, political and economic problems. And this just looks like one thing on top of that. That since 2013 so we're talking seven years this ammonium nitrate has been stored in a warehouse at the port when a Russian owned vessel stopped in Beirut, and then the ship was abandoned. So how is it that for seven years this has been sitting there. And no one has done anything about it. Even though Port officials had apparently written many memos asking, how is this going to be disposed of? I mean, just to give listeners a general sense. This is essentially like fertilizer, which you know, we know is quite explosive. And National Geographic had a really interesting story out yesterday where we talked about Just all the chemistry behind this and why it was so deadly and it's happened before in other places in this country, and by the way listeners may remember the horrible Oklahoma City terrorist attack that was an intentional bombing, but it was made out for the same chemical ammonium nitrate will French President Emmanuel Macron visited Beirut on Thursday to mixed reactions. For the past years. Mick Howard. Lebanon's leaders responding Very defensively. I mean, this is a level of governance, apathy, governance and aptitude that that is simply difficult to comprehend. You know, as Indira was saying, this has been In the port for six or seven years, senior Customs officials are saying claiming that they warned about the danger of having so much Ammonium nitrate at the port, a handful of times the judiciary onto port officials, and they got no response. So many people in Lebanon are talking about a level of criminal negligence. Today, authorities say that they're going to Interview the head of the port, the head of customs on We'll see what comes of that. But at this point, the Lebanese people are so sick. Of a level of corruption and the love of kind of a corrupt core of the entire political class. And that's why this was recently compared to share noble. The idea that this exposes that corrupt core of the government could lead to government and falling again. We saw the government fall again fall last year, replaced by a technocratic successor. This year. Or we could just see increased anger that leads to no reform. But at the very least, this is proving eso awfully so tragically, some of the in confidence at the core of the Lebanese government Nancy talk a little bit more about what comes next with the layer the level of anger so high with the government even before this disaster, What are you going to be watching for in the region? That's a great question. And I should say I have almost bias has spent five holidayed in Lebanon as recently as last year and holds a very special place in my heart and so to see the devastation is just breathtaking. You got it earlier. You know this is a country where people were suffering tremendously before this explosion. This is a country ruled the value of its current had dropped by 80% in the last year. People were hungry. The Lebanese cannot afford. To do the kinds of repairs to their country to their city. In the wake of this bombing, many could not afford to eat before this, And so I think long term, the question becomes, Will we see fundamental changes in the government? In the system in Lebanon because we've heard about port officials being on house arrest or having their assets frozen, but those air sort of on the edges in terms of the issues in Lebanon, the fundamental issues governance. You were asking earlier about the Lebanese reaction on Ly, the Lebanese mayor has walked the streets. There's been no resignations. There's been no sort of out point, even the trash that people are gathering from the debris pile up, and there's no government trash service to pick it up. And so these air Corps problems with the the governance of the country, and so I think for the Lebanese unless there are fundamental changes to that Such that when someone reports thousands of tons of nitrate is near the city center that it's dealt with and not ignored repeatedly over and over again, and so, what we're looking for is whether we're going to see fundamental changes and how the system Operates.
beirut explosion latest news
"Some exercises in perspective the IRA bomb which severely damaged Canary Wharf in London in Nineteen ninety-six was estimated at just over one ton of ammonium nitrate Timothy McVeigh's bomb which demolished a federal government building in Oklahoma City in nineteen ninety-five was just over two tons of the same material. The boss which erupted in Beirut's port on Tuesday was estimated at two. Thousand seven hundred and fifty tons of ammonium nitrate. One of the biggest peacetime non nuclear explosions in history as Bhai. Route begins the barely imaginable task of cleaning up and is understandably enough growing tear gas was fired yesterday at protesters near the parliament building I'm joined. Now by Lila Milana, Allen France twenty four's correspondent in Beirut Leyla. First of all, you have been visiting the port which was the epicenter of the explosion. I can't begin to imagine where you would even describe such scene but I'm going to ask you to have a crack at doing that the scene is as you say, almost indescribable does smoke still rising from the charred MBA's off. Destroyed packing crates destroyed shelving and it says every kind of. Utility things you'd expect to see in shops. Twisted. Washing machines on the floor items from pharmacies because this of course port, this is the one thirty functional in Lebanon imposed everything and everything was stored than in the center. You have the remains of these enormous grain silos that carried the grain for the majority of the country completely destroyed and parts of them. Still collapsing there you have a aid workers desperately trying to dig people of rubble that's thirty meters deep, and the conditions are horrific temperatures of thirty degrees baking hot sun. The air is thick and brown the smell acrid burning metal and plastic. It really is post-apocalyptic and this goes on for over a mile. Entire poor is just smoking twisted metal and daybreak. Nash. have. You got a clear sense of how widespread the damage across Beirutis. How far can you go from the blast without seeing broken windows? So it. was about nine kilometers where we're still doing things like breaking windows the impact of it and having people. That's it really has spread incredibly far, and it's an uneven spread as well because. What's happened is that the grain ciders positioned in a certain way which meant that it protected half of the city of West Beirut, which historically has in many disasters. Conflicts actually born the brunt of of problems in Beirut and actually deflected the majority of the blast towards the East and the south, which is why a famous areas like Gymnasium Ohio Asha fear completely The buildings there obliterated and one of the concerns now is a lot of. Buildings the older buildings in Beirut the few buildings left in the east of in pre-civil war, which were much loved already, quite delicate on the point of collapse yesterday as people were trying to clear the streets constantly civil defense volunteers trying to pull people back away from these buildings with balconies hanging down stone starting to crumble because of course, that's a huge dangerous. People are still sifting through rubble trying to find loved ones that buildings could. New Buildings that had not yet collapsed could collapse on top of the other issue is that the new builds a lot of them are concrete and speaking to an engineer what can happen with concrete is that with a shockwave blast like this concrete cracks easily under pressure and so that can be in tunnel cracks there that you don't know about in can't be seen from the outside, but the make the building unstable and because there's really been. Very, little help from the government with people trying to go back into their homes, clear up and see what they can retrieve and whether their homes are still livable. Many people going back into very unstable buildings and some living there because they have no other former shelter. So a real risk of further injury as buildings might potentially collapse over the next few days very similar to the aftermath of an earthquake, which is what this is compared to. A among the people who was serving the damage in Beirut yesterday was of course, President Emmanuel Macron of France undertaking a extraordinary spontaneous visit. How is that being received? I mean, it's it's understandable enough that Lebanese politicians don't want to interact at a personal level with the public at the not only for their own safety but is it being regarded as strange that the first high profile politician to to take a walkabout should be the president of an entirely different country? Well, it is strange, but it's not being regarded as strange. I was down on the street yesterday when McCone was was walking through glad-handing the crowd I mean, he really was you know playing up to it and was supposed to be going to Baabda Palace, the Presidential Palace to meet with politicians and delayed that for an extra hour on the schedule to stay with Lebanese people in the streets of course, playing up very much. The fact that he was there to see them he'd said before the visit my main priorities to go and be with the people of Lebanon. And extend, solidarity's to them, and then after that I will be dealing with the political varieties speaking to them. So in the streets, he was absolutely mobbed by people he's hugging people shaking hands with them people coming up tim saying, please don't give those politicians any money that corrupt criminals we don't trust them and he responded to one woman I know you don't trust them graffiti everywhere saying don't give one. Euro. To those Michael help us. So he really did make himself as I say a man of the people yesterday I spoke to a couple of young women afterwards. WHO said to me? That man was more of a leader to us in fifteen minutes than any of our politicians have been where all day no one has come to see us where are they wears the help and later in the day after a lot of commentary that. The. Obviously. Lebanese politicians feeding quite shamefaced one. The justice minister did come down to the streets to try and speak to people clearing up and she had water thrown in her face and chanting protest. Immediately, they're not welcome and that people absolutely fading that the government has no interest in safety in their health in their wellbeing and their ability to rebuild hiding away from them as everybody marshals together to try and get things. Back to nothing like normal but something livable at least just to follow that up finally, regular listeners may recall that you and I were speaking on Monday talking about the resignation of Lebanon's foreign minister and that seemed like a pretty big story at the time He's probably ruin his timing at this point but have you seen or heard anything in terms of actual messaging attempts to help or anything from the alleged government of Lebanon or d you kind of assume that they've all got to the point where they just realized the games up nobody really wants to hear from them anymore. It's quite extraordinary. There is honesty nothing happening in terms of that what the government is doing a lot of finger pointing at each other and previous administrations about who's to blame for this they've put everybody associated with the report under house arrest and saying that they're going to find the perpetrators. But of course, everybody's saying somebody else's the perpetrator on what we know so far it seems that for six years has been ongoing negligence at the highest. Level where a several reports were were built up by the head of the port and have customs sent to the government center the Prime Minister's Office the judiciary about the fact that this was a ticking time bomb and something has to be done completely ignored. So the government is going on about this investigation saying they'll find responsible meanwhile three hundred, thousand people in Beirut homeless, five, thousand injured hundreds still missing, and honestly all you can see on the streets is volunteers. The. Lebanese. breath volunteers, obviously with their ambulances civil defence wanting tears, young people armed with spades and rooms marching down the street just going into people's homes into buildings and sweeping up what they can and moving onto the next one cleaning up themselves. They all said to me of course not here we wouldn't expect anything else from them with the only people who can help ourselves and today international aid. Groups coming in different countries, sending their own firefighters medical support in, and still a complete absence of the Lebanese government anywhere except the poor area learn Milana Allen in Beirut thank you very much for joining us.
France's Macron announces aid conference for Lebanon
"President Emmanuel Macron is in Beirut today to offer support to Lebanon following this week's massive explosion at a port warehouse. The blast killed at least 137 people get injured More than 5000 others, Rebecca Rossman has more. The French president plans to meet with relief teams at the site of the wreckage and then head to the presidential palace for meetings with top officials to discuss the response efforts. Macron's aides say he will be calling for deep reforms to Lebanon Economic and political systems, which were already under serious threat before the explosion.
"emmanuel" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast
"Los Angeles Rams for David White waiting on a deal for the buffalo bills, the Entre Hawkins waiting under deal the our cars and we could go on and on, but the fact matters. They were so few extensions this off season because of the financial uncertainty surrounding the NFL. These players have waited their. Their turn, but teams don't know how to address the contracts because they don't know what the salary cap is. GonNa look like in two thousand, twenty, one to the financial ramifications or the pandemic already are being fills, and will continue to be felt it'll be interesting to see. These players are able to land big deals that they deserve, but have not made much. Much progress on to date, and we continue to wait for the Washington NFL. Teams make progress on its new name while the organization is embroiled in turmoil, thanks to the Washington Post report. The fifteen sixteen seventeen women were sexually harassed over long time Ron, Rivera, the new coach of the Washington NFL team up to him to try to change the culture but I. Also consider this. We've seen that the minority limited share partners of the Washington of a franchise have hired investment firm to vet, potential buyers and see what their stake would be worth to selling, but there are also people who want Dan. Snyder The Washington owner to sell? Is Sixty percent team. He's been adamant all along. That he refuses to do so, I can also tell you your potential buyers out there. Your buyers out there that want to buy. The. Controlling interest of the Washington, NFL, franchise, but Dan Snyder has been unwilling to sell continues to be unwilling to sell. It is not for lack of opportunities I. personally know of two different situations where there will be people who would be willing to buy the NFL team from if you're willing to sell, which he has not been so for he intends to keep the team at this time he intends to leave the team to his children and right now he does not. Not Appear to be budging off that stance all right before we get to today's interviews with Emmanuel Acho Katie Camden I want to remind everyone that Brian windhorst keeping everyone up to date with all the NBA news inside and outside the NBA double be sure to download and subscribe to Brian, White Horse, who collected podcast as well as the Adam shift of podcast apple spotify were ever you get your podcast? And now my friends, the great philosopher, the great man a mangle. Emmanuel Acho alleging that is Adam schefter. We'll the legend that is a manual lodge army. This is. Now moving into warp speed where? Like I'm expecting to see you in a meanness in people magazine this week. I'm expected to see you. Hold. glaze that. The next level of star against to. The crazy thing that's not at all farfetched anymore dude. I agree not so forth that reason we shout is when you started your salary and comfortable conversations with the black man that got everybody's attention. Everybody loves you know the reaction I'm not telling you anything. You haven't heard and don't know it was. Great. But then when? Oprah Winfrey Contracts You put it into a book. What was that? dude. It's is honestly you're solving crazy So after Oprah's like right hand, woman I guess it set, Oprah, the first video schefter and she She said Oprah's right hand. Woman Terry said. You gotta get on a call with him immediately for the next day we all we just hop on a facetime call, or we hopped on zoom and Oprah heard me out. She heard my heart. She saw the vision. She saw the passion she realized I'm why I'm trying to be a world changer. How I'm trying to be a world changer and she was like man, I I stand with you I wanNA partner with you on this. Do and If it's been a whirlwind ban, it has been a worldwide complete were with. What was that like? Over time. Not Often I can't say I spoke to many people who say they just facetime calls over because they believed in the project. They're doing in the passion in there. I don't twenty people that are shaping. What's Funny Schefter? Honestly you just ask me is probably the first time it sunk it I haven't paused to reflect on what my how my has changed after in the last two months. it was it was special because. Obviously I believe in myself. I believe in my dreams. I believe in my goals and my ambition, but to have one of the most respected adorned love. Media People Media, women media personalities to ever walked face of earth. Say I! See what you're doing and I I. Stand Behind that I'm appreciative of that. Grow it. It's the biggest. The biggest stamp of approval you can have. The Hughes me. It's the strongest piece of validation that you can have, and so it then it's humbling, but honestly do I. Don't think about it like I I my my pedal pedal right now. My foot is on the gas after like my foot on the gas towards change my foot on the gas towards creativity, my foot on the gas towards a racial reconciliation. Foot on the gas on towards listening to the audience, and what they want me to discuss talked about change, creativity racial reconciliation. Where are we going with all this? I think prob- It I think that reconciliation is not a finish line that you cross. The like football games. They have an end basketball games. And and I, when the sixty minutes are up at the end of a football game, the final score. That's not what this is with racial reconciliation. If not a finish line that you cross, it's a role that will travel schefter. And we have to continue day by day to choose to travel on the road towards reconsult RECCO reconciliation. I talked about in my neighborhood, which is gentrifying right now. It used to be fifty acres of land, but after a month I see a house. Come up, and then another house come up. How are these houses coming up chapters because each and every day builders are laying down one brick. Brick after another brick after another brick, and eventually you see, homes are being built because of the bricks that people are choosing to lay down each and every day. We need to see the house the figurative. House of reconciliation be do because of the brick that Emmanuel Wacho and Adam schefter and everybody listening or laying down day after day. So how what's next after it's a matter of. Each and every day people using bro to lay down bricks, positive bricks to open up their heart, and say you know what maybe the way in which I thought about. This wasn't accurate. Maybe I have been blind to my privilege. Maybe I have been blind to oppression. Maybe I have been blind to certain things Schefter, and realizing maybe I didn't know everything, and maybe what I did know.
"emmanuel" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast
"Draftkings. We visit with the man who's become the voice of national, movement, the trailblazer, the philosopher assumed to be author Emmanuel Acho. The man who is leading the series, uncomfortable conversations with a black man that has gotten the attention of people across the country talks about where he is drawn his inspiration, and what he hopes to do with his series upcoming book that Oprah. Winfrey is putting into production. And then we'll be joined by the beer manager applause Leaguers Katie Candalyn the woman who knew the Patrick mahomes resigning his contract before anyone else, and of course we return to you this week with lots. Lots of NFL news ongoing conversations between the National Football League in the NFL. Players, association, regarding the Financial Ramifications of pandemic health and safety protocols that will be put into effect coming season players have strong demands as they should, and the owners are trying to figure out how to address those demands as they go along the talks between the two sides continuing until the spectrum grab something fairly soon, but at the time of this taping midday Monday do not yet have an agreement place. I would look to that agreement to be done at some point this week. Of course contracts are and have been in the news resolve. Deal we saw Chris. Jones landed big deals Adak perspective, not land of Biggio a one topic that is not gotten a lot of attention ordinarily would new non pandemic year. Is the amount of eddyville stores who have not gotten long term contract extensions. Don't know ever had this before. If we'd look at the list of great NFL players Ward nearly would assign. It's lengthy Joey Bosa still waiting on a new deal from.
"emmanuel" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode
"Back to our show. And the thing is, it is a fact that when when you're white. You live a privileged life like I do. I I can't even pretend to know what it's actually like. Being a black person. There's no way I. Know that even though I can read about it, I can talk to people like you but I can never truly know what it's really like. And I. I understand that. I, just wish I knew more about what I could do. But. Like one of the things I think about. Is How many black people I've interviewed for my show. And, so I went went over and looked because you know, I just thought well. This is interesting. I want to know how many there are, and there aren't very many really. It's not because I've turned down people. And you know it's not because people said Hey, can I be on your show and I thought to myself. Oh Jeez I. Don't think so. You're black. You know i. if somebody approaches me and wants to be on my show, it's about you know. Does it fit in with mindfulness? What is your story? This kind of thing and So there there are around ten people and I remember one one guy that I interviewed. I didn't know he was a black person because his skin was quite light. And then in the interview. He started talking about how he. Lived in the city, and then he he had Experienced a lot of racism and everything else, and he talked about that, and I was quite surprised because I didn't know. He identified as a black person. But there have been about ten or twelve people that I've interviewed out of. You know over four hundred over five hundred people. That's not very many. And I don't know why it would be that. Not Very many people have approached me. Who are black. To be on the show, but that's that's the way it is I'd love to have more black people on the show. or or people of any other ethnic background you know. I think that's important and I i. think that that's. You know and I think part of it is. The system just functions ease. Lena said in waiting for you to be able to get some. Some form of representation actually has to take a shot at Fort. Seeking out people at and really you already about is right out of the process is actually assessing. Whether, they of had what voices do we not have represented in. The spectrum of mindful, and how can we get these voices on or is always has to be kind of an onshore US seeking effort. But and that's what we need. Things Change Right and get on with business as usual has to. You know individuals up to start asking themselves. You know some difficult questions I. Mean it questions. You just open to yourself i. Of some. And you know the extent to how actually actively sought. Know and and a recognition that. Spectators also bring a balance and and bring a different kind of your lived experience context of mindfulness. That's very much needed. I, don't I do it here? A lot of home positions about mindfulness in their pump x rays or race relations right, and and so absolutely that's that's something to intentionally seek out, and and that's something we need to. Change. You wouldn't need to rethink the way they've always done things even though things have worked. Have had on me wildlife and six hundred Waco orcas. Yeah, but that's cool. Running so I don't get right by dentist questions you're asked. Kinds of agents. Across the order. With edith ship. And say you know what voices on what representative? How we intentionally seek out people that Brindell. Emmanuel as a child is young child. When was the first time you remember experiencing racism? I don't know I. Grew up in God. Yeah, did you experience it ever? Then was the first time you experienced it when you came to Canada. Yes, absolutely out says one hundred. Yeah, well, that makes sense. Yeah, say so. Of course were they were kinds of tensions by home by. Not necessarily race. So. Yeah, right? Yeah, so it was mostly when you when you can. Ice You know what? What what have been your experiences while waitress, musil reasons when you fast into kind of actually had to take a moment and reflect a bit because. It took me a while to look back and say Oh, racist, right it's it's a new Cortra-, context and site on. Antics. Sink. So, Emmanuel you're married to a white woman. Do you feel as though you? Experience. Racism because of that. Do you feel like you're looked at in a different way because of that? I think I I am absolutely I mean. A couple of months ago, my wife and actually went over to a Tim Hortons. You know I I've experienced a lot of these things that sometimes I. Actually you'll be. In somebody's I feel like man I kind of like after showed from this is actually going on. At a winter towards into group of old white men sit in on ninety. Where really I in me. And she said to me we are never come into this to. And experience was recently when we went to northern Ontario for after one year he'd married. We just went where visit into Luke around and we, we kind of lost. Our Way GPS lost connection. To Tan A. TO REVERSE INTO HOUSE..
"emmanuel" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode
"So excited to have you on the show manual this is. Just awesome! We've talked about it and talked about it. And finally it's happening so Emmanuel welcome to mindfulness mode great to have you here. I'm so glad to be here Bruce. Yeah, it's it's awesome. It's just awesome so Emmanuel. What does mindfulness mean to you? I think that you know and probably perfect this by saying that I'm GONNA. Be Appreciable Michael Physicians from my perspective I say crease the end. and. So you know might foundational principles kind of rooted in Christian values scripture. So. Looking at it from a point and the way I treat my. Day to day. mindfloness simply means painful patients west moving. And you know when I said that I'm really referring to. Oscar objective will go matthew right that talks about. If. I doubt today's troubles ass officiant, and so we should focus this troubles. I think that you know there's a lot we think about in a future and in the past that can really impact negatively at will deal with things president. Foamy mindfloness actually means you'll pay in full attention to what's before. We end and really focused on dealing with that as A. You in a focus on elected. Beal was and if there's anything. Past and it's really thinking you know. What can I glean from the past to be able to inform what I do now that outweighs what Steve Lessons from their past county outflanked to? The current circumstances front me. And another thing I really do this. Is S. group Jane Who Corinthian I think that talks about holding talks. And so I'm not a thing that a mindful is used to is really question in any thought that comes to my mind insane. Wednesdays stop from. You know just entertaining and imprisoning fully. Newsday like West this comment from you know is a kind of fear is coming from a place of encouragement, and then dealing with death, so is just mindfulness open in a gift to my mind, and no just allow anything to slowing an impact. Saying! Hey, you don't have that right here. Where are you from what I get to do and so? Ordered them out before allowing them to take root. Meaning mindfulness to. Emmanuel I really like your description of mindfulness, and how it applies to you and because yeah, that is a huge part of it is noticing our thoughts noticing our emotions. That's a huge part of it. Now Manual I WANNA. Share a bit about you with mindful tribe Emmanuel songs or is a friend. He's a musician as you can tell already. He's a Christian a very devout Christian. He's a husband. He's a youtuber. He's a research administrator at Loria University and he holds a doctorate of geography and he has personality. What I believe has a profound mindfulness quality as well as a great sense of humor. I know that. Emanuel was born in Ghana West. Africa country about a quarter of the physical size of our region of Ontario, but with a population of nearly thirty million people, which is comparable to thirty. Million people in the entire country of Canada. So I mean that's a lot of people packed into that country so Emmanuel. What was it like coming to Canada? What was the culture shock that you experienced when you came back in the? What was that the mid mid fifteen around twenty fourteen or so? It was two thousand and nine. Thousand Nine. Thousand Nine I think that you know. I pretty much. Kim's kind of effort graduate school. So I came to do. My master's out West you best you. In two thousand nine I mean people I think one of the biggest shows of us. You Know Justice Social Dynamics. Thing that you know I came from a region. Where you know you you met at Rondo s faster behind the opposition. If you knew the passing for twenty years or thirty yes night. I came I came. Thank you. That was the thing. Here would just approach everyone at. Stop talking. I say for the latched by Union member. It was just that. I think as a guest those of us that just been wicked. We wake by. People. Wearing immediately open and I I guess my boy is found down. The society's just to say things have been different. People seemed a bit more fashionable when you're having their policies. And so I guess that was that was out of out of it for me, just really that changing. Social Dynamic. Yeah, so that must have been quite quite a shock for sure now. Did you experience racism when you first arrived in Canada that you remember? When I first arrived. The truth is that you know it took me a while to to to settle in and get a sense of Obama remains before equity index and different forms of racism that. Where prevailing T, and I don't know if you WANNA. into details with that now, but absolutely I'll say I did experience of forms of of racism or things. Bad experiences I believe when linked to my rates. you know I thought a lot of horses. And, even some of my interactions with students right, and and how rude student sometimes wed to me related to adequately. Were also teaching assistants who teach it. And I said you know we have similar level of expertise in any allegiance had nothing to do with. but I. I had love experience of students. Swearing up me, Amanda Graduate Students And I also had you know over time. I had a lot of experiences that. You know for instance. Thank, you was about four years while on compass and a Jamaican friend had been visiting me at. He was doing for rum. Project management. Yet just finished his unique ornaments West campus, and at that time I was winking communication. I'll develop and part time faculty Batman, and I was training. Teaching improve yet teaching. which was my job? And so I went out to my sky with the Chattan and song called the London police. The two lead guys. Nick Guy this is me on the campus. Wet appears fusion. What's now awakened and has accusation so Dan all of a sudden? We have about six passer asking them like. WAS VOID on. Anyway leedle. experiences US well. I was asked to. Sit for a friend? In one of the wealthier neighborhoods in London and I was walking home one night. Just, come up from a house dog and I just came across the opponents. She saw me she could be running shot. And then when I was living in out. Around the village area. which has a lot of at a huge mass of older Asian? I also had some experience. You Know People's dining frog at home smoke in. Walking by it was always letting was dot right. As you were walking by would running side as they actually go two point one as like that for their houses avoid different weight. You know just just the impact of seeing that response and yeah is just Ya wide devastated. Yeah, yeah, it would be very devastating and in this city of London Ontario. It it's a little multicultural, but not not extremely multi-cultural right. There's not a lot of black people here in London. Would you say? I'll say overtime. There's there's an increase. There's been an increased number before I left London area, which was around twin. Teen I think yeah. I'm sitting. Population increased significantly. Now. I think I think look at divest you read my tests, and I think at a represent a representation of essential of lesion. Even if dad masters doesn't mean that you know to experience is is those operate. Out is doing films. guests that are more black with a CD. Of lived experience. My Joe Joe Black! People tell you that is still a lot of. Make. And problems, so yes, ablation wise. We do have a number that experience wife. It's not a city that meant that you know lends itself to divest your message. You welcomes typists right right well back on May twenty fifth. When George Floyd was killed in the united. States in Minneapolis. Tell me how you reacted to that news in how you felt about that. That was extremely devestating and and I thought. You know I knew that was going. To resort in in in kind of a massive cycle response.
"emmanuel" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast
"Our special guest. This evening is Emmanuel. Ata this this is the second segment of our two part series with Emmanuel Emmanuel Ata inexperience feature film producer Emmanuel directed thriller. Tell me no lies. In two thousand. And the horror films scarecrow in two thousand two. He completed in two thousand twelve. The peace documentary the invocation narrated by Sharon stone with Desmond Tutu. The Dalai Lama and Deepak Chopra and many other worldwide peace activists Emmanuel also produced so many more films that I can't name them all Emanuel has also been a successful music and film junior cheer journalist for both rock magazines French TV networks and the Internet for the last Twenty Years Emanuel has been a buyer for various film French film distribution companies for the last twenty years. He was on the board of directors of the Santa Barbara Film Festival for a decade and he writes poetry he is also very involved with charities and the political world. He grew up in France and moved in to the US. Twenty five years ago. He resides in Santa Barbara California with his wife and two sons finally Emmanuel released in late two thousand thirteen another inspiring documentary celebrating women around the planet. Fam- women healing the the world. This documentary earned several words around the world. Mr Ata is now directing five documentaries in order to keep making peace one movie at a time. This new series is called the universe. Alice collection documentaries for conscious humanity. I applaud Emmanuel for his purpose and passion forgetting these messages out to the world. Welcome welcome welcome Emmanuel. It is an honor to have you here with us On my show wake up Dr Cheryl and it was such an honor to meet you over at the San Rafael Theater. And thank you for sharing your beautiful son. Max with us on this. There is no more waiting only time to act. And sometimes even if you don't feel quite ready you do it anyway because you've already knew and by the way you you might fail so what yes. I we did show you. My marriage was no kids. I show my business and so what does kill me now and then you just move on and off to to make it better the next time and you know Emmanuel I don't look at it as a failure. I look at it as it's it's it's a learning curve. You know every challenge. We have is to make us better into work harder at. It took a right of passage. It's as I say what doesn't kill you makes gone. In fact I had I had Dr Bowl and on my last show and she just she said that exact same statement absolutely so again. It's never got a better time to be a woman you birth birth women see men cannot heal the patriarchy but women and men together. Could what a real man does stokes the flame of effeminate he stokes the radiance of the feminine. He lets her everything she can be. And she is the power source of the universe. You have to give new tools and new vocabulary allowing space for emotions and communication and also supporting young women in finding their voice and speaking their truth if men raised children as much as women do that awakens and man the nurturing that is in all human beings and it allows boys and girls to see that men can be as loving and nurturing. It's like Puccio fear on the side that the put emmys again. We live in a society that does A descent that that daughters on all your eat. But it's you you be scared and an outlier. Yes surrender to meet so it's it's a theme. That's why a lot of people realized crisis because they were taught they are eat. They'll the center of the universe and then they always doubts in this field and and they don't know where to go at the end it's a it's a building it's radio especially for managing a lot of men. That's what I call the shoe coming complex. Where the realizing their forties odom. I'm not a millionaire. I will tell the story. I don't have the trophy while they are fed-up no you know it's an trust who's got usually really bad people. You know people who stole from Tokyo to coordinate and a lot of them don't have the consciousness storage out. The issue have rich people. So don't envy the one person what needs to happen. Is that the one thousand nine percent we are needs to enrich themselves emotionally intellectually spiritually and all three done to challenge and be much more for community in the next step especially in time of economics is really what. I call communitize where it's not coming easy. It's not so sure it's it's about. The notion of community were okay. If you don't have money what can you do? And if I don't have money what can I'll show and it's about trading services. It's about helping each other. It's not everything has to you. Know depend on a CD Kamensky. That has no more value. Anyway because all government of treating stupidly minnows. So we know that there is no value. It's ridiculous because of life today since and rid of it so we have to figure out us the ninety nine percent while the majority a new way to to live in community and live with families and actions a piece and now you know what the the peace movement fail to do because after Too much drugs and sex. Well we can do without the drill again. The sexiest good. But don't tell me about balancing act and balancing balance from an science. It's about talking and communicating and refreshing and refining refining. We re being in touch resolving you might for needs to the ninety nine percent that we are needs to enrich themselves emotionally intellectually spiritually and hopefully to exchange and be much more community. I think the next step especially in offer economics is really what I call community terrorism where it's not communities it's not social is but it's about the notion of community where okay if you don't have money what can you do and and and what can also and it's about trailing services. It's about helping each other. It's not everything has rolling edge of our species right now going to fix your own depend on a CD Transi that has no value anyway. Because our government of preaching stupidly Manos so we know that there is no me. It's ridiculous because of life today. It's an rid of it. So we have to figure out us the ninety nine percent while the majority a new way to live in a community different families and actions and peace. And now you know what What the EPA movement failed to do because they probably abused too much drugs and sex. Well we can do without the drug and sex. But don't forget about balancing act and balancing Balan from insurgence. It's about talking and communicating and refreshing and refining refining. We being in touch with zone. You might so I have a question about You know your life's in France verges here. You know what what could you do are you? Do you think that you are growing exponentially.
"emmanuel" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"L.. Is the first time I I was well. You mean correct as well and I guess at a game like like the first experience you like. This would be the story that you would tell you your kids about Peyton manning the first game a preseason game and I remember After doing in Denver I had like walking and I wasn't going to play in it. Their preseason game my First game as a Bronco was going to be in the opening game and I got a text message from pain tonight or saying that he wants to get to work with me He wants to get to work with me to The trend is like oh you should play and they wanna get a word which you can go out and play and we'll have a week and half or we can have off it really just recovery. Just go out and play a half for me and we'll go from there so you know I walk into the trainer on my planet like you know playing I gotta get to work. Tayside goes and I go out and Louis I have In in the in the first half I have like I think like a hundred yards and a free. She's a a hundred yard One of the first passes I caught from or maybe a second third was like a sixty five yard bomb a touchdown and then I come back like a minute and a half later After we get the ball back in just like a thirty five yard touchdown and I had a hundred yards and touchdowns at half and appreciating game. I was just like what. Hey Hey did you ever get an autograph from Peyton. I never got an autograph. That's my guy I talked to. I talked doc. So mark and So I think I need that Nobody Jersey Jersey's should though at some point I'll probably go around around all the experts I play with. He sent him while. But you send them to you know. They're able to get their Jersey but I haven't got his jersey. Yeah collect them for for your son you know one day just say those are the guys that dad played with. That'd be cool. Hey congrats on the season and we look forward to seeing you in the playoffs. We appreciate the time see but that's Emmanuel Sanders. The forty niners wide receiver. Receiver is good. He you know. We answer the question. He actually answers the question and I think he sees himself in the media when all said and done when when he was injured when he blew out his Achilles then he worked for the NFL network. Didn't you get into that beef with Antonio Brown yeah. He commented on anti his former teammate. Same Draft Class Pittsbur-. Well I was looking at that for most I if you look. At those two wide receivers Antonio Brown and Emmanuel Sanders were taken in the same draft by the steelers. I don't think there's a pair of wide receivers taken in the same draft by the same team you've ever had more combined yards than in those two because that it's up to almost over one thousand nine thousand yards. Antonio Brown was his sixth round Pick Emmanuel Sanders was a third round. Pick Antonio Brown over eleven thousand yards manual sanders just under seventy eight hundred yards second on that list. You Guys WanNa take a guess. So the these are wide receivers taken in the same draft by the same team. The other one is second on the list. The Cincinnati Natty bengals took these two wide receivers one in round two one in round seven mclovin. Oh I I. It's not swan salwars. Weren't they same draft but lady to have a lot of yards. But they're all favors. Yeah but they didn't have a lot of yards at TJ who spoons outta and somebody Ocho Cinco. John's yeah you've got the hard one with Tj Oshman's Zonta. Yeah Paul I was. Let's go Carl pickens and Darnay Scott. I was going to go really. You're wow I think it. Colin was Collins Worth. Anybody know. That's how I was GonNa say counselor to actually no. They only had one and he was really he was he was kind of pro bowl. I think it was a pro bowl player. had over a thousand yards four times. I think Collins work did they. I remember the Bengals took the bengals. Always had bad draft picks though I mean collins were proved to be a great draft pick boomer. Science was a great draft. Pick Club. Munoz Munoz the best offense lineman ever so they just got lucky day of no scouting owning department right but but then they also had drafts. Where you're taking a CA- John Carter but you know he blew out his knee? Dan Wilkinson I remember when the Bengals had three first round picks I believe and I think they may have whiffed on all three. I think they have Ross browner. They took they took a wide receiver. Radic Kansas David and who takes a wide receiver out of Kansas. To begin with David Not Varner. I'm trying to think of this first draft pick. We'll take we'll take a break here. Do you see it. They're mclovin. This would have been back in the eighty S. Still still after I. Is it Jordy Nelson Outta Kansas. This is he was he was Kansas State. Oh you're right you don't take yes. mclovin or poly eighty four. The bengals took Ricky Hunley. Pete Koch and Brian Blade. Yeah first round. That didn't go well at wide receiver you're thinking of his David Bursar versus. They took him in the first round Hollandsworth in the second around. And this this kid. I was telling you about the nation's top rated athlete a Mecca. Buca I believe is the the kid I was watching last night. He's the he's the number one player route recruit. I guess in college or High School football but he had this one handed. Grab that is worth seeing. All right. We'll take a break back after this from the Dan Patrick show everybody's got a to do list. I get one for my wife. Drop off the dry cleaning pick-up pick up some milk. figure out something to get out of the house so I can relax..
"emmanuel" Discussed on Daily Grace
"That that you have authority and you can give access to that thing and and that's really what's happening so jesus it has the key of david revelations three assists he opens and no one who shuts and no one opens and so this jesus the king is is this perfect sacrifice and he's the only one who's worthy to kind of well open the door and give us access to the presence of god and i was thinking about about how when he said it is finished on the cross and he brings his last the coolest thing happens and the temple vic big thick curtain curtain separating everyone from the most holy place just tears into symbol of through christ and his broken body in his torn bodies we have access into the presence of god and he has authority he is only one the only one worthy to you have that keep and what does he do if the kiki gives us access and love in hebrews four when it says we can draw near with assurance in you know in a in a way not because of anything that we have done but just totally because we are covered by the sacrifice of christ and so we get to draw near to god and both now in our everyday through the spirit andrew just the community of god but one day we will be able to to you go into our heavenly home and he will open that way through is play and we'll be within his presence forever call saved that lee don john path to so let's chat about verse five it says oh come desire of nations bind won the hearts of all mankind did how our sad divisions cease and be thy south our king of peace.
"emmanuel" Discussed on Daily Grace
"Just love how seeing jesus as the as the day spring the sunrise the morning start we can look back to to his first coming just like they were looking forward to his first coming and then we can also in our current season of advent look forward to his second coming and i love that carolina caroline you already used that imagery of the sun rising right and that that hope welling up in our hearts as we see more and more glimpses until until it bursts bruin that is such a great hope that we have off as spring she our spirits f- disperse dispersed class or a start shadows oh split maybe we can move to verse four where it talks about jesus being mckee of david and this whole verse in the song is referring to the way that these is this filming a covenant is promises that he made david actor actor king from his blood lies who would be established forever as king and he was little forever but this this idea of the shoot i thought was really interesting because not only is it's this king of david beckham holds the key and so i was trying to figure out what does that mean and there's really only two places in scripture where it says that specific phrase it's an isaiah twenty two twenty two and then again in revelation three seven is talking specifically we've out jesus and the idea of this key in scripture is this idea of authority also access right so i was i was trying to think if we have a key to our home there's something implicit when we have the key we have authority over our home we're we're in charge of our home we have dominion over our way and then as we open the door and let people in we're giving them access to our presence to our home there's something about having a key.
"emmanuel" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast
"It this this is the second segment of our two-part series with Emmanuel Emmanuel eight year welcome welcome welcome I'm Emmanuel it is an honor to have you here with us on my show wake up Dr Cheryl and it was such honor to meet you over at the San Rafael Theater and thank you for sharing your beautiful son Max with US Sundays for there is no more waiting times what and sometimes even if you don't feel quite ready you do it anyway because you already knew and by the way you you might trail yeah so I showed him my marriage kid show was my business and what does kill me uh-huh and then you just move on and off to to make it better the next time and you know Emmanuel I don't look at it as a failure I look at it as it's it's it's a learning curve you know every challenge we have is to make us better into work harder at it you know it's like a writer bicyc- as I say what doesn't kill you makes us in fact I had I had Dr Bowl and on my last show and she does she said that exact same statement absolutely so you know again it's never been a better time to be a limit it's a new birth this birth women there's men cannot heal the patriarchy but women and men together you could what a real man does keep stokes the Flame Aminu he's stokes the radiance of the feminine he lets her everything she can be and she is the power source of the universe you have to give new tools new vocabulary allowing space for emotions and communication and also supporting young women in finding their voice and speaking their truth if men raised children as much as women do that awakens and man the nurturing it is an all human beings and it allows boys and girls to see that men can be as loving and nurturing the fear on the side that the Puerto again we leaving the -ociety that took us a descent that toters on all your eat but it sometimes you you you be scared and an out here surrender and submit so it's having that's why a lot of people have realized crises because they weren't taught or they are eat the center of the universe and then they have always doubted these field and they don't know where to go at the it's a it's a builder it's really odd and so you know it's especially for managing a lot of men is what I call the shoe coming complex they realized in their forties Odom I'm not a millionaire I tend their salary I don't have the trophy wife their former federal no you know it's just who's got that league really bad people you know people who stole from to run these and book and a lot of don't have the consciousness or this child rebound there are very few people so don't envy the one person where needs to happen is that the one thousand nine percent or three needs to enrich themselves and emotion naughty into trey spirituality and three done to challenge and be much more for community you know I think the next step especially in time of economics is what I call community where it's not easy it's not so sure it's but it's about the notion of community where you don't have what can you do and and and I don't have money what can also and it's about trading services it's about helping each other it's not everything has to you know depend on a CD Kamensky it has no more value anyway because all government of treating stupidly manos so we know that there is no more value it's ridiculous because of life today it's an reader so we have to figure out us the ninety nine percent weather might enjoy a new way to to live in a community with families and actions in peace and you know what what the peace movement shelter do because they're probably abuse too much of drugs and sex while we can do without the drill again the sexiest movement the balancing act and balancing Balan from answer it's about talking and communicating and we -freshing and refining refining we re being in touch with on you mind needs to the ninety nine percent we are needs to enrich themselves thank emotion audience victory spirituality footy done to challenge and be much more for community are the next step especially in time of that makes is really what I call communitize where it's not communities it's not socially but it's about the notion of community where okay if you don't have money what can you do talk to fix your you know depend on a CD currency that has no value anyway because all mental treating stupidly manos so we know that there is no me it's ridiculous the cutoff lives today we did since unreadable so we have to figure out us the ninety nine percent the majority a new way to live.
"emmanuel" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast
"Are you so full of fear you can't even talk about money and wealth Dr Cheryl is showing you how to shift your mindfulness with your wealth relationship most people don't even like to talk about money from a personal level you can learn how to get past the fear and talk about this really affects all areas of your life it's time for the wealth transformation pot now here's your host Dr Charles Scheider our special guest this evening is Emmanuel it this this is the second segment of our two-part series with Emmanuel Emmanuel eight year inexperience feature film producer Emmanuel directed the Thriller Tell Me No lies in two thousand and the horror film scared throw in two thousand and two he completed in two thousand twelve the peace documentary the invocation narrated by Sharon stone own with Desmond Tutu the Dalai Lama and Deepak Chopra and many other worldwide peace activists Emmanuel also produced so many more films that I can't name them all Emanuel has also been a successful music and film junior cheer journalists for Roch magazines French TV networks and the Internet for the last Twenty Years Emmanuel has been a buyer for various film French film distribution companies for the last twenty years he was on the board of directors of the Santa Barbara Film Festival for a decade and he writes poetry he is also very involved with charities and the political world he grew up in France and moved in to the the US twenty-five years ago he resides in Santa Barbara California with his wife and two sons finally Emmanuel released based in late two thousand thirteen another inspiring documentary celebrating women around the planet Fam- women healing the the world. This documentary earned several words around the world Mr ETA is now directing five documentary he's in order to keep making peace one movie at a time this new series is called the Universe Alice collection -cumentaries for a conscious humanity I applaud Emmanuel for his purpose and passion for getting these messages out to the world welcome welcome welcome I'm Emmanuel it is an honor to have you here with us on my show wake up Dr Cheryl and it was such honor to meet you over at the San Rafael Theater and thank you for sharing your beautiful son Max with US Sundays for there is no more waiting times what and sometimes even if you don't feel quite ready you do it anyway because you already knew and by the way you you might trail yeah so I showed him my marriage kid show was my business and what does kill me uh-huh and then you just move on and off to to make it better the next time and you know Emmanuel I don't look at it as a failure I look at it as it's it's it's a learning curve you know every challenge we have is to make us better into work harder at it you know it's like a writer bicyc- as I say what doesn't kill you makes us in fact I had I had Dr Bowl and on my last show and she does she said that exact same statement absolutely so you know again it's never been a better time to be a limit it's a new birth this birth women there's men cannot heal the patriarchy but.
"emmanuel" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast
"This really affects all areas of your life it's time for the wealth transformation pot now here's your host Dr Charles Scheider our special guest this evening is Emmanuel inexperience feature film producer Emmanuel directed the Thriller Tell Me No lies in two thousand and the horror film scared throw in two thousand and two he completed in two thousand twelve the peace documentary the invocation narrated by Sharon stone own with Desmond Tutu the Dalai Lama and Deepak Chopra and many other worldwide peace activists Emmanuel also produced so many more films that I can't name them all Emanuel has also been a successful music and film junior cheer journalists for Roch magazines French TV networks and the Internet for the last Twenty Years Emmanuel has been a buyer for various film French film distribution companies for the last twenty years he was on the board of directors of the Santa Barbara Film Festival for a decade and he writes poetry he is also very involved with charities and the political world he grew up in France and moved in to the the US twenty-five years ago he resides in Santa Barbara California with his wife and two sons finally Emmanuel released based in late two thousand thirteen another inspiring documentary celebrating women around the planet Fam- women healing the the world. This documentary earned several words around the world Mr ETA is now directing five documentary he's in order to keep making peace one movie at a time this new series is called the Universe Alice collection -cumentaries for a conscious humanity I applaud Emmanuel for his purpose and passion for getting these messages out to the world.
"emmanuel" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast
"Are you so full of fear you can't even talk about money and wealth Dr Cheryl is showing you how shift your mindfulness with your wealth relationship most people don't even like to talk about money from a personal level you can learn how to get past the fear and talk about this really affects all areas of your life it's time for the wealth transformation pot now here's your host Dr shorter our special guests this evening is Emmanuel Eta this is the first segment of our two part series with Emmanuel this is Newell Emmanuel Ata inexperienced feature film producer Emmanuel directed the thriller tell me no lies in two thousand and the horror film scarecrow in two thousand and two he completed in two thousand twelve the peace documentary the invocation narrated by Sharon stone with Desmond Tutu the Dalai Lama and Deepak Chopra and many other worldwide peace activists Emmanuel also produced so many more films that I can't name them all Emanuel has also been a successful music and film junior cheer journalists for both doc magazines French TV networks and the Internet for the last twenty years Emmanuel has been a buyer for various film French film Distribution Companies for the last twenty years he was on the board of directors of the Santa Barbara Film Festival for decade and he writes poetry he is also very involved with charities and the political world he grew up in France and moved in to the US US twenty five years ago he resides in Santa Barbara California with his wife and two sons finally Emmanuel released in late two thousand thirteen another inspiring documentary celebrating women around the planet Fam- women healing the world this documentary earned several words around the World Mr ETA is now directing five documentaries in order to keep making peace one movie at a time this new series is called the Universe Alice collection documents treats for a conscious humanity I applaud Emmanuel for his purpose and passion for getting these messages out to the world welcome welcome welcome Emmanuel it is an honor to have you here with us on my show wake up with Dr Cheryl and it was such an honor to meet you over at the San Rafael theater and thank you for sharing your beautiful son Max with uh some this is the murderer director term me well he's a sound liberal good keep talking please so hard you've been denied I've been very well I'm good so beautiful nine hundred Santa Barbara and beautiful here to enjoy in crazy all day long and kids the juggle and you have and you have a baby and how old is the oldest Son Nine and two nine into yes that keeps you busy slightly yeah and they're adorable there's nothing like the children I have one she's she'll be twenty four so the next thing I know in the next ten years I'll be Mother I guess I'm certainly some liberal for the guys detain yeah I think so I'm worried being for Eric is the sound okay they must be working do oh we need to talk back and forth or Tiptoe Kenya Today meeting because we are starting to try to put together the next movies so meeting in based OS meeting people to get the distribution because it's always tricky when you do return independ- Lent humanitarian dream movies the big boys as we call them in the attention to that slide Thames yeah you can't because you'd have to focus that it's already done that is completed you know and and so what what kind of funding are you looking at well it's basically each document that I do always end up being around three or four hundred thousand suspect it's around three Hundred Fifty Thousand Except v starring I'm trying to do because I noticed that each one to three years and during the time time meet people we never stick to the subject right so it could definitely make you a five movies assemble software my piece in terms of the shooting so that's what I'm doing every time I mean people were talking about right now but it takes economic but also made us see no he's found went off the sun with look at the middle moves biota and how they talk to some interactive show where Oh cute cute and what is his name Max Max Max can you hear me Max I'm dizzy how old is Max is to to he's having a fun ride with his papa huge tell Lomax you can't see me that I can see you oh you're going to a different part of the House it's Oh you have a telephone box behind you collector still so so you can hear me fine can hear your file good the German commercial yeah yeah Hello Max and they'll max hello who saying that WHO's talking I don't say anybody.
"emmanuel" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"The dan. Le batard show on e._s._p._n. Radio here's your sportscenter update. The colts have signed quarterback brian hoyer to be the backup for jacoby percent after the surprise retirement of angeles where contract is three years twelve million dollars dollars nine million is guaranteed hoyer spent about four ish years with the patriots. He was released from new england on saturday speaking of the patriots. That's just some good it producing their james. They have resigned. Why would received america's thomas to a one year deal. Thomas was actually released on saturday but with the idea of returning the move comes after for the patriots first round picnic you'll harry on the injured reserve with an ankle injury hairy though is one of those players that is expected to return this season and the defending u._s. Open champion the number one seed novak. Djokovic is no longer in the tournament. He stops playing against the envy rinku sunday night because of pain in his shoulder. It's something he's been dealing thing with the past few weeks and something we have seen him struggle with throughout this tournament as well that is your sportscenter update and she is nicole briscoe follow on twitter rb abi underscore emma r s you can follow me on twitter at peter burns e._s._p._n. Peter burns nicole briscoe hosting the dan lebatardshow and you and i earlier had the privilege to talk to mr ed water and every time that we talked to edward. He makes us a whole lot smarter when we're talking about the n._f._l. Specifically the dallas dallas cowboys so i found a couple of those things he said in that interview very very intriguing including this one about how the cowboys were ready to make an announcement they had signed zeke on the weekend. There was a substantial amount of progress made in their conversations on saturday night and the cowboys fully expected expected that on sunday they were going to announce that they had assigned elliot to an extension and then when they heard from rocky arsenault for the first time yesterday he took the discussion back to where at been previous to those most recent conversations and made some demands that they cowboy thought they were passed so that was edward r with us earlier here on the dan lebatardshow. Peter burns nicole briscoe. I've found that to be interesting because on cut day on sunday when i'm host my show i thought one of the nuggets i had written down was like the dallas cowboys had cut two or three running backs which made me believe me believe alison all right. They're not too worried about this deal yeah. This deal's going to get done now. We hear from ed worder that they were ready to go like p._r. Probably already had it. They just needed to fill in the blanks..
"emmanuel" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"We know what a zip is now. Is that factually correct terribly. He's a kangaroo and i apologize because there is no way in hell. I'm taking on a kangaroo. Go ahead and google kangaroo fights go. It's not good. No i don't want any part of that is like the big red ones yes yeah no no no by the way never wanna fight a koala a koala as well to a lot of s._t._d.'s koalas have a huge. It's like seventy. Five percent of them have it. S._t._d.'s is it because it just runs rampant in their community anyway or or do they like literally. They're like bunnies and they give it to each other. I think it's a little bit of that. I think it's just there's susceptible to. I think columbia and i don't necessarily know if they go out to the local. Convenience soren take care of themselves in lake before. I'm just saying you learn you might be full of i probably would. I don't know if you need to google koala committee on e._s._p._n. Dan radios email. I on your personal work phone. I just just your personal phone all right. Peter barnes nicole briscoe is fun but then lebatardshow emmanuel amanullah show is joining us right now on the shell pennzoil performance line. I'm not going to ask you about koalas a major but i will ask you if you had to fight one college mascot which which one do you feel like you. It would be a good battle right. People would be intrigued by it yet. You still think you it in victorious at the end. I looked out the south dakota state jack rabbit. I'm not i'm not entirely sure what a jack rabbit obvious views okay <hes> but i feel like anything with the name rabbit is i got a good sense unless jack rabbit is like a jack rabbit right right right in which case you boy may have troubles but other than that he wants he. Can we talk about qualifying for real quick. It's not funny funny. I told you it says a real thing leads to like blindness severe bladder infection infertility and death like it's a problem. That's literally giving them. Why are you bring it back to these koalas of. I'm a little tired and want you like i just i have too many things going on and i'm like wait a second call allies. We learned about that all right so you learn something about koalas joe. What did you learn about college football after quote unquote week one is in the books man. Where do we start. <hes> justin field ohio state really really really good. Jalen hurts and oklahoma really really really good good. Oklahoma's defense appeals to the relatively improved trevor lawrence is that of a sophomore spot for just first day woes the back half of s._e._c. pretty bad. <hes> oklahoma state really good compared to what we thought they were. We're gonna do this evening <hes> u._s._c. injustice. Let's trouble if not more than we oregon <hes> i mean it's so many storylines and we wanna college football. It got even more amped up for the rest of the where does the pac twelve stand man. I twelve at this point. Parable is the falls barclay was playing <hes>. I mean it's bad and you always have to pity <hes> i mean l._a. Took a embarrassing losses cincinnati but all credit to cincinnati natty stepping up air zone losing to hawaii or again losing to install and then the only saving saving grace on a freeze on walking handle business and they were able to b._y._u. With the pack is we try to have hope for the pac twelve overseas. I did and i feel like i for a lot of national analysts but i wanted a college football. It's not looking good yeah itself. Emmanuel alto is joining the us sierra college football analysts in a man who knows all about koalas because of this conversation with peterborough nicole briscoe and i think you're right listen. Oregon looked apart right. They were they were wieben auburn early and they shot themselves in the foot early with a couple of missed opportunities. They could have run away with that game but ultimately when it came down to it auburn's this was able to lean on him you talked about the s._e._c..
"emmanuel" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Although i will say i think i think lincoln not naming him the starter was was partially because of the competition but also because of the world that transfer portals now and i keyed in want you know tanner mordechai and spencer rattler the other two quarterbacks to not at least have that shot right because now there's a lot of different programs across the country that they end up having quarterback that leaves because he's not named the story but ultimately he lived up to the high just like you were saying nicole like he was fantastic yet kind of curious that he wasn't all smiles like smiles during the game aim was having fun but knew he had a bad turnover right before half that there is some unfinished chip on the shoulder business for jalen hurts say okay so let's have this we were going to hand and now the heisman trophy after week one always it's always a good idea but let's just say that there's a week. One heisman hurts like who get who else is a candidate for it all right so traps. Etienne had the two hundred yards for for clemson. We're high. He's definitely getting invited to the heisman in week. One banquet jalen hurts ish touchdowns a week one banquet for the heisman as over compounds by the way right yeah. It's just an election glenn out a conference room named sycamore or something like that and it's like really bad steele's cookies jalen hurts. We gotta come up with joe. Does your borough five touchdowns for l._s._u. All in the first half what about shuba hubbard okay hey main tuba had what two hundred twenty one yards and three touchdowns put them in oklahoma state by the way for not following that part of the conversation put it in how many we going. Oh wisconsin taylor joe jonathan jonathan taylor jacobson had four touchdown passes as his first game for washed extending this list and it doesn't even matter like i've already cast my vote. I'm i'm voting for jalen hurts. I think that's fair right. I think that's fair in honestly. I think that's what we come to expect so the question is was jalen hurts that good or is it kind of a product system. Hey i don't care number right. That's great for him. The other part of that game is i wanted to see oklahoma's defense was actually a little bit better and they seem they still had some issues here and there but nicole. I left that game thinking all right. If lincoln can have some type of defense that flies around like this this changes a little bit of the calculus of just hey it's. It's alabama clemson. Nobody else trevor madij said he goes to the bar at oklahoma as to not have a heinous defense to have a defense right and we didn't look heinous against houston and let's not pretend that houston's a bad team like houston isn't state mother mary a christian of northern alabama to like it's a right exactly exactly like this was a better team than that. So were they heinous. No were they great. Show where they just south of passable astle right yeah you can get by with that. Was it doable right and that's the whole thing like from over doable the last couple of years and i think they looked that or yeah that's fair right nagorno. Peter burns here on the dan lebatardshow. I think oklahoma show that it was a little bit better on defense and their offense was still great. I think l._s._u. Show that their defense is still really good but their offense was a whole lot better. Those are my two big takeaways right now. Remember e._s._p._n. Radio always presented by progressive insurance. Go briscoe sportscenter. Let's go colts signed a quarterback brian hoyer. No it's not to be their main guy. That's jacoby percent but hoyer is going to be the backup..
"emmanuel" Discussed on Today in Focus
"And the problem is it's hard to play that card if you can't convince people back home on the grounds people on low incomes childminders. And so on that they're going to be able to make ends meet that there's going to be a job for the children when they grow talk about them using a metaphor of an internal Brexit, isn't that the exact thing they should be avoiding. Ng the idea that they are so out of touch with those protesters who you've been spending time with this weekend. They've got to avoid that. If you look at manure mackerels MP's, he got elected to parliament his party, so many of them came from civil society. They want politicians before they were elected because they were in touch with things on the ground. They are worried about demonstrations and burning barricades in Paris that you can see on the news at the moment because they don't want to lose touch with the people because if you look at the situation electorally last year, Emmanuel Macron one and election against the far-right candidate marine Le Pen, but ten million people voted for marine Le Pen, a huge amount of people abstained because they didn't trust politics tool around half of the people who voted in the presidential election last year voting for parties that were against the EU. Does Macron actually cat if people like him does he care of Cousy Kaz, you know, he he has this project. He built up this project, you built up this groceries party from absolutely nothing. He wants to win elections. Of course, he says he wants to go through otherwise he'll be seen as just another French president who was was terrified of street demonstrations and didn't didn't have the balls to do what he wants to do. It's very important family international stage as well because he needs for other e u members to have confidence in what he's doing back home and cutting public spending in order to back him with his ideas are transforming the EU project. Does it matter if a relatively small number of people of blockading fuel oppose and are blockading roundabout, you know, several hundred thousand is not the majority of sixty six million French people what it does matter because it's a small insight into a general mood between. People elitist politicians, this general mood of distrust, and he of all people try to tap into that when he won the election last year. He can't now be seen to be turning his back on it about the real challenge. Undulate? Thank you very much. Thanks. You can read leaks reporting at the guardian dot com. After.
"emmanuel" Discussed on Fareed Zakaria GPS
"French president Emmanuel Macron I met last night for a conversation in his office at the palace Micron spent much of the day with Donald Trump who's first action on French soil on Friday night was to tweet from St. to his hosts red presen- Macron France has just suggested that your ability to own military in order to protect itself from the United States, China and Russia, very insulting. But perhaps Europe should I fades fair share of NATO, which the US subsidizes greatly. In fact, McCaw says reference to protections against the US was a reference to cyber intelligence capabilities in any event, it was a typical Trumpian move designed to get attention which it did. I asked Macron weather a clash between him and Trump was inevitable. We had a very good discussion to s- moaning, and in confirmed an front of suppress said he was he was a K. I think there's that mean that his tweet was a mistake. His tweets, and I always prefer having thyroid discussion or answering questions at making my my diplomacies tweets bets that I think we had a very clear discussion e is in favor of a bitter burden-sharing with within native. I agree with that. And I think that's not to have a better better sharing. Office do need more Europe. And I think there's a big mistake would to be very direct. 'cause you what I don't want to see is European countries. Increasing the budget in defense in order to by Americans on other arms all Matt tales coming from your industry. I think if we increase other jet is to have to build our autonomy and to become net whole sovereign border from credibility TV's viane people in the visa rest of the word. And I think it's for I think you'll prison is riots regarding that, and I think I'm right to precisely promote this idea one. I do believe is that if at this stage Europe has to become a more consistent and most suffering IMO United in democracy far. And today, it's not it's a case, we build something very. Original during the past seven decays bets. Arisen new step for wall to be organized. And this is a case today. Let me ask you about your relationship with Donald Trump. He says that now that he's he's made up with you. After the tweet he says, you have lots in common. And I'm wondering what that is. Because he calls himself, a nationalist he draws on this populace forces, and you describe yourself often as one of the great opponents of these forces of nationalism in populism. So what do you think you have in common? That Botha's outsider of the classical positions. I would say and arrive from from the business side. He was not the favorites. And it was an unexpected candidates. And I was pretty mentioned the situation in France hubby because we'll very much in line in the fight against terrorism, and we would very closely together following this this line. We know where we disagree, and we offer right for that on climate on trade on the internet. But we we work very well together because we have ferry wriggle on direct discussions. But obviously, you rights I would say I'm patriots. I do believe in the fact that peep out people are very important and having French people is different from John. German people. I'm not a believer in sort of thump. Globalise in without in differentiation. I think it doesn't it's very inconsistent. And it's extremely it makes people very nervous. But I'm not an a nationalist. Which is different for me from being the patriots. I do defend my people, I do defend my country. I do believe that we have a strong identity, but I must hung believer in cooperation between the different peoples. And I'm assume believer of the fact that this corporation is good for everybody where the nationalists. I'll sometimes mush more. Based on the union approach and is a low of the strongest which is not my case. Pull up y'all difference. Do you think it matters to have a personal relationship with Donald Trump because of all foreign leaders? You certainly seems to warm toward you..