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Fresh update on "estonia" discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:33 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "estonia" discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

"Build it. Boeing built the 7 47 for more than 50 years. 1574 to be exact, the original jumbo jet changed air travel, says Carolyn corvia, former senior VP. International routes that would have been impossible a few years earlier. We're now becoming a reality. The last Boeing 7 47 was delivered to its new owner at the fair. But the memories stay in Everett. John libertini, northwest news radio. It's quite a bird 6 O 7 now at northwest news radio. As we continue this evening lawmakers are looking at a bill to outlaw child marriages in Washington states. You might think underage marriages would have already been banned. But they're not. They're restricted. A 17 year old may still get married with parental consent and a judge can waive the statute for those under 17 if there is a quote showing of necessity. House Bill 1455 sponsored by democratic state representative Monica Estonia would eliminate those exceptions. In this country, child marriage has had a long history of abusive and coercive forced marriage and contributes to some of our human trafficking challenges that we face. She says, based on her research here in Washington, there were 4800 marriages involving someone under the age of 17 from 2000 to 2018. No one testified against her bill. Jeff pojo in northwest news radio. Well, should the state eliminate the statute of limitations for civil claims for victims of child sex abuse? Democratic state representative Daria Farrell has introduced a bill that would do just that. Trauma significantly affects the way that our brains work. And it can take time for survivors, especially children to be ready to seek that justice and speak their truth and share their stories. But others are concerned the bill will lead to a flood of litigation that the accused can not possibly defend against, Kerry silverman is with the Americans for tort reform. There may be no doubt that a plaintiff experienced horrific abuse, but the question that would be difficult or impossible to fairly answer in many cases when the perpetrator is dead, the staff of the time is gone, the records haven't been saved is whether 40, 50 or 60 years ago, and organization had sufficient policies and practices in place. No vote yet that bills only had its first hearing. Concert ticket meltdown leading to the proposal of a new bill in Washington state that got its first look at the legislature today northwest news radio's marine Iraq and Johannes

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"estonia" Discussed on WorkLife with Adam Grant

WorkLife with Adam Grant

05:39 min | 1 d ago

"estonia" Discussed on WorkLife with Adam Grant

"Right now I don't have that much time, of course, to read that I had before, but I like also some podcasts. I like Malcolm gladwell's revisionist history. I like radio lab. They have different aspects so that you can take and of course your podcast also very interesting to listen. But nowadays I've been reading more about the Second World War. Also Russia understanding all this behind and how to come out of it in terms of how to explain things better. As I've been watching your leadership over the past year, I've seen a lot of interesting phrases in one article you were called Europe's new iron lady. That's obviously a mixed bag as we can discuss. But I think many people would take that as a compliment. It's praising your fortitude. Your strength, your conviction. What have you learned about leadership over the past year that you didn't know before? I thought about this question. It is maybe not anything specifically new, but it is. Repeating the things that are actually already new, but putting it more into practice. And those are two things. One is really listening. Listening to others. And here I mean that we have been very united and what is been a huge effort for all those 27 or countries in European Union, but also adding up our allies from other parts of the world like U.S., Canada, and we have been very aligned. And this has required effort. Because it turns out that, you know, we think that we know each other. We think that we know each other's history, but actually we don't know. And we have to listen to others to understand where they are coming from what their public opinion is worried about to address those issues as well because you can't just say that I'm right and you have to listen to me, but you have to address the worries that their societies have. And also the understanding of how to approach things so that it will have a real effect. And the other lesson is cooperation.

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"estonia" Discussed on WorkLife with Adam Grant

WorkLife with Adam Grant

03:37 min | 1 d ago

"estonia" Discussed on WorkLife with Adam Grant

"I think it might be time for our lightning round. Are you up for it? Okay, let's try. Let's try. So I guess the first question I'd love to ask is what is the worst piece of leadership advice you've ever received? Be manly, be like a man. And that was quite funny at first, but I'm not the man. That doesn't mean that I'm worse. But I'm just not a man. We're going to talk more about that in a few minutes. Stay tuned. Is there a favorite piece of advice that you've gotten? Maybe in the early days when you were first stepping into office? This is what I already talked about the respect part that respect all the people, no matter what they do, I think this is important. And one more, don't do anything for money, actually. So if you are making a decision because they offer you a lot of money for this, but you are not really sure, then don't decide over money because decisions made for money are always wrong decisions. Excellent. Who are your leadership role models? I don't really have somebody that I can point out because I like to take pets and pieces from different parts. Some leaders, I really like their speeches, other leaders I like how they are politically, really playing the ground. So can't really point out any specific leader. Is there one in particular that you've admired for a specific skill? I have admired, of course, zelensky, so specific skill which is communication and very, very straight and good messages. You've had a chance to see zelensky behind the scenes working with him up close. What have you learned about effective communication from being backstage that the rest of the world doesn't see? We can all see that Ukraine is definitely winning on the information war side because they have been communicating all the time, not the hiding behind talking about very difficult questions and giving information all the time. Like every day. And really with a very simple, simple sentences because in times of crisis, people need a very simple, very straight talk. You said at the very beginning that a leader is not an actor. But watching zelensky has made me rethink that a little bit and made me wonder if at least leaders should take an acting class or an improv comedy class to learn how to better convey their authentic emotions and ideas. Do you think that's worthwhile? Is that something you would recommend to other leaders? I don't think zelensky plays anybody else. This is why I say that we are not actors, is that if you try to play somebody else, then that you are actually not, then it will come out eventually. Zelensky is the same person as the behind the scenes. For him, I think what is the positive side is actually the shows that they had and really entertainment business, understanding how to reach people, how to make them less than how to make their or get their attention. I mean, in nowadays world, this is the crucial point how to get attention of people. Kaya, one of my favorite things about you is that you're a fan of behavioral science. I know you do a lot of reading and also a lot of podcasts listening. So what do you read and listen to?

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EU nations work on rift over gas price cap as cold sets in

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 2 months ago

EU nations work on rift over gas price cap as cold sets in

"European Union and energy ministers have met at an emergency meeting on gas prices as winter approaches EU nations have not been able to agree on the question of gas prices, which are expected to skyrocket the soaring prices are a result of Russia's war in Ukraine with Moscow slashing gas supplies to all the European nations critical of Russia's actions. The meeting was focused on trying to break a deadlock between countries like Greece, Spain and France who want to cap on prices to ease household bills, and those like Germany and Netherlands that are insisting a price cap could cut supplies. Estonia's minister of economic affairs Leonard believes the price cap is necessary, but it is a tricky balance. I understand that we have kind of a long way and it is a real proposal on the table, but still the security of supply is paramount if the price is too high, we can compensate. We need to compensate. But we can not threaten the security of supply. I'm Karen Chammas

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Weapons shortages could mean hard calls for Ukraine's allies

AP News Radio

01:52 min | 3 months ago

Weapons shortages could mean hard calls for Ukraine's allies

"The U.S. and other NATO members have sent billions of dollars worth of weapons and equipment to Ukraine to help in its fight against Russia's invasion But that's now presenting a dilemma for European countries facing weapons shortages as they weigh the risk that Russia could target them next I'm Ben Thomas with a closer look Our enemy have many many weapons and artillery We don't have a lot of art of editing After 8 months of intense fighting the allies expect the war will continue Maybe years with both sides rapidly using up weapons supplies Victory may come down to who can last longer This Ukrainian commander asked to be identified just as Yuri most of the times we have problems with tanks and artillery We're standing up for Ukraine's right to defend itself Defense secretary Lloyd Austin has urged NATO members to dig deep and provide Ukraine more Thanking his Estonian counterpart at The Pentagon this week We can all see the differences that these efforts are making on the ground And the progress that the Ukrainians have made in their counteroffensive Estonian defense minister Hanukkah We will stand united with all of our allies today to make sure that the future we will not look back and think that we could have done The pepcorn notes the strain on countries own defense stockpiles comes up all the time especially among smaller NATO countries Estonia shares a 183 mile border with Russia and he says the question is how much risk are you ready to take Still with U.S. support he says That will substantially reinforce the Estonian defense forces Ben Thomas Washington

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Rebekah Koffler Discusses a New Generation of Warfare

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:41 min | 4 months ago

Rebekah Koffler Discusses a New Generation of Warfare

"Have run proof of concept, right? This is another one that I described in my piece on the Fox digital Fox News digital website. They paid attention, they being the Russian military strategist and planners to an event that actually occurred in the United States in 2001 around Baltimore where a train that carried hazardous materials had an accident. And what happened there was a spill and a flood, and then completely derailed the entire transportation corridor between Baltimore and New York for hours, but because of that, it wasn't just the train. It was communicated, telecommunications. It was it had cascading effect. And so this creature had and I said, wow, it doesn't take really much for the whole system to collapse. So that's the intent to do something like that. Well, it's declared if it's part of your doctrine, then it's not a secret, and I remember, my gosh, must have been 15 years ago, maybe 12 years ago, I think it was Estonia, a former Soviet republic that was taken by Stalin, was the first government in the world that went completely paperless. So they had a cyber government. There was no printing out of a gender meetings for the cabinet, the prime minister was very excited that it was the first IT paperless government and very soon after that happened. What happened? The system was hacked. Now who do we think hacked the former Soviet republic of Estonia that hates Russia? So

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Who Was Mikhail Gorbachev?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | 5 months ago

Who Was Mikhail Gorbachev?

"Yesterday, Mikhail Gorbachev passed away. Now for many young people out there, they have no idea who Gorbachev is. In fact, I was talking to some young people recently. I said, oh, you know, tell me about the Soviet Union never heard of the Soviet Union. In high school, never heard of the Soviet Union. They don't learn that stuff in school anymore. Now Gorbachev was a very special leader. Gorbachev by all estimates was ethical and full of integrity. In a country that was basically run by thugs and criminals and was nothing more than a massive cartel enterprise. Now Gorbachev was met with a fair amount of anti Soviet Union protests and he was one of the first people not to crack down on the anti communist anti totalitarian protest with force. Now, Gorbachev is not totally beloved in Eastern Europe. He's not. In fact, Vladimir Putin has said many times that one of the greatest mistakes that Russia ever made was the dissolution of the Soviet Union, brokered by Gorbachev. Gorbachev ended the Cold War. And yes, Gorbachev was outmaneuvered and out strategized by Reagan, but he was always inclined towards peace. Gorbachev was probably too good of a person to run the Soviet Union. And he did bring a lot of he brought a movement of sovereignty of in Estonia and Lithuania and Latvia in the Balkan Peninsula. The Soviet union was a far reaching totalitarian communist blanket over the eastern part of Europe and a lot of that has broken up and Russia is doing their best job to try to recreate that. Albeit very difficult and clumsily and at a very, very high cost.

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What Is NATO?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:23 min | 6 months ago

What Is NATO?

"What is NATO? NATO is the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. NATO was formed post World War II, and it was formed with the idea of trying to hedge against the Soviet Union. Now there are some good reasons for that in the Soviet Union was an evil empire in more ways than one. Albeit, I don't think we're quite honest with some of our relationship with the Soviet Union. We did partner with the Soviet Union to defeat the Nazis. After that there was this mad dash of who will control Europe and NATO was formed. NATO has 30 member countries. These countries, Albania, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia Lithuania, Luxembourg, Montenegro, the Netherlands, North Macedonia, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, turkey, which I never quite understood. United Kingdom and the United States. These are 30 independent member countries. And there is what is called article 6. The article 5 article 6 of NATO, which is the mutual defense clause of NATO, which is an attack on one, is an attack on all.

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"estonia" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

06:03 min | 7 months ago

"estonia" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"Got a they've moved to a test based in Finland on gravel this year, which is new. So they've got access to the facilities to develop this car, because in the past they've only had a tarmac facility at their base in Germany. So they are obviously trying to make steps, but it's a difficult one. And I guess words were interested in there because that's the first time publicly anything has been said about this. And he shot it down pretty hard. And for someone who would be hugely frustrated with the scenario that's going on, it would be easy for him to say yeah. I'm moving on. I'm going somewhere else. So this is all coming down. So I think that was encouraging a statement from oit there and that's just hope that they can turn us around because we do need Hyundai back up there. Absolutely. We did see a small ten second time penalty for him over the weekend. What was that for? Yeah, so that's, again, it's just classic classic kind I season really, isn't it? The first time that they had no reliability issues, they get penalized for not running in electric mode in an electric only zone, which is just such a silly when you think about it is such a silly thing to get penalized for because it's just, you know, you know you've got to do it. It's in the road book. Just put it in electric mode. People make mistakes, don't they? No one's perfect. But was perhaps interesting with this one is that earlier this year, those situations have been going on, but for the most part, they've been given drivers have been given reprimands rather than time penalties. So I asked why this was a time penalty. And it was put to me that this was because it was genuinely the fault of the driver and co driver in this situation. Whereas in previous times, like, they'd forgotten when they were driving off start ramps and stuff like that, which was sort of seen as a sort of like, well, you know, we'll turn a blind eye to it. But when you're in a rally, this was actually on the Thursday night, then it was sort of seen as, well, you should know better. You didn't have a problem with the system. You should have just put it in electric mode. So I can kind of understand it. But yeah, so that was how that happened. And in the second Hyundai, Thierry naville, and we watched some of the onboards like you say, just not attacking the road in the way that Cali is attacking it. Is there a confidence there or not? What do you think? Yeah, he's just not able to. It's not because he's not trying. He just doesn't have the ability to have the confidence that the car will stick and you have to remember that these guys are doing quite frankly mad things in the cars. You are relying, you know, your life is in the hands of the co driver and that your car will stick in these coordinates. And yeah, that is one of the fundamental problems with the high end is that in the real fast stuff and this is the first time we got to see it because this is really the first fast gravel rally that we've seen. It's got it has got very little grip and stability in the rear. So the car will just step out and all three drivers were fighting this the entire weekend. So yeah, as a result, Honda are now going to look at this because they've admitted that there is a fundamental problem with this car. So they have plenty of what they call jokers, which is what basically what you can do is you can play like a sort of development token, I suppose, is how you describe it like they used to have in Formula One. Each team gets a certain amount of these that they can play during the year where they can change something that is homologated on the car. So this is what they'll do now. They'll go in, have a look. But again, this is not something that could be changed overnight. This will take some time to work out. So they've got plenty of these jokers and development tokens up their sleeve because I haven't actually used any on the chassis yet. So they've got plenty to use, but again, it's just time and working out how they fix this. So yeah, so the reason for Thierry's lack of pace is that you simply just didn't have the confidence. He's also isn't a fan of this rally. He's not really known for his fast gravel rally pace. He's very much on the you get the best out of Thierry on tarmac and in those more trickier gravel events. So it wasn't going to be his favorite to begin with, but yes, certainly the car sort of compounded his woes. Two more questions for you. We'll talk about the next two Toyota's of kitsu and lappy, they came home 5th and 6th respectively and then we'll finish off talking about M sport just to finish off the podcast today. A good result for kasuto in 5th, but started the weekend when shakedown at least looked like he ran a little wide and some soft gravel, managed to roll it in the bushes. What happened there? Yeah, of course, when you think about, as I said, thinking about that now, it feels like a lifetime ago that morning after a busy weekend. When was that? Was that this rally? Yeah, yeah, it was. Yeah. Basically, yeah, just got caught out on the wet there like shakedown was held underwear and you have to remember that the weather was particularly tough for these guys on the weekend because it was just this classic case of it would just be sudden cloudburst and that it would be bright sunshine and it would just keep doing this for out the rally. So it made I couldn't imagine how tough that would have been for the drivers and co drivers because like how do you but you just don't know what sort of weather you're going to get what sort of grip you're going to have like you just going into things blind most of the time. It's just crazy. You're just sitting there watching this in all really like I don't know how they do it. But yeah, so katsu to just round wide rolled a couple of times to be

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"estonia" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

04:36 min | 7 months ago

"estonia" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"He knew that and he could have just backed off because it was pretty slippery, but because he knew he was going to get worse. He decided to push. And that is where he got the 22.6 second swing. Over elfen, to give him the platform to win this rally. So it's just the smartness of being able to think like that. While those conditions are going on at the age of 21, which is just leaving everyone staggered because of this rate, like if he carries on like this, he could be a 9 time world champion by Tommy's 30. And you just, when you say that out loud, it just seems absolutely bonkers, doesn't it? Yeah, well, this is a thing like Sebastian oge when he's first title aged 29. The Cali is probably going to do this at 21. So we are living in a very, very special moment here in WRC. You're seeing something. Quite remarkable. And I don't think it will be repeated again. When you watch those live shots as well over the weekend and they cut away to the teams, you see the team bosses, and everyone's sitting around, you know, watching it. Even these probably hardcore rally mechanics and people that have been around the sport for a long time. You can even tell on their faces, right? They're just watching it. A little bit open mouthed and a little bit just like that is huge respect for what he's doing. Okay, so it's his team, they cut away, and obviously they're going to be overjoyed. But he was the youngest WRC winner this time last year. It actually was this time last year. It was the 18th of July last year. The event was exactly the same time last year. He was 20 years old and 289 days to be the youngest winner of a world rally championship event had then gone to win acropolis after that, and then this year is dominant. Now, that phrase champion elect is sometimes used to describe someone who's got it in the bag and they just sort of counting down until it's definitely going to happen. But you have to say is the season goes on. We can increasingly call him. Champion elect or is it, you know, is it too soon? Because in racing it's not too soon. People have a big shunt. They break a leg or whatever, so things can change, but oh, of course, of course. If that doesn't happen. Things can change, but you have to say he's got one hand on the title now, and it's July. That's the phenomenon phenomenal thing about this. He's got one hand on the title in July. He's got an 83 point lead. He could, he could, I think yary Matty even said in the press conference, he can throw it off the road three times and still have the lead. Which is a luxury, a super luxury to have. But he's not going to want to do that. And that's the beauty of calorie run Perry is that he just doesn't want to stop like ETC so ruthless. He's just, he doesn't need to win these stages. He doesn't need to win 14 stages doesn't need to get the power stage points, but you just you just want to. He just wants to go out there and just show what he can do. Of course, there's going to be there is going to come over and obviously we don't touch where we don't want it to be a drama, but surely at some point there's going to be a job. Like this can not carry on for a whole season. Surely there will be at some point where he comes, he comes undone because you have to remember, he isn't actually retired from a rally since last year, which was Finland actually last year. So he's gone on a run. He's had a 12 month period where he's won 7 rallies from 13. And I believe he's worst finish is 9th in that period, and he's only been off the podium full time. So it's a remarkable record, whichever way you look at it. And it just goes to show that it is a very definition of that classic case of our once I've got that first win in the monkey off their back. The floodgates were open. Well, this is the very definition of that. You are seeing that. Now and yeah, it's just, as I said, people just don't know what to say anymore about him. It's very hard to sort of do him justice. Let's talk a little bit about the effect that it's having on his competitors as well, who are all strong, mentally strong, competitors, elf and Evans, were second in the second Toyota. Let's have a listen to him now talking afterwards, you know, obviously not happy about coming home second because all racers want to finish first and that's what he begins by talking about here. I'd like you to be ever fully happy, you know, when you finish second sort of tale of two halves in a way, happy to be at least on the podium again, but disappointed to not be a bit more competitive. It was tricky out there in certain sections of the

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"estonia" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

07:45 min | 7 months ago

"estonia" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"Rally is our man Tom Howard. Wow, that was once again a weekend that absolutely delivered for some amazing racing. Yeah, an incredible rally. Again, it's just fun in the words to describe calorie rover Perry is now actually hard. I'm running out of adjectives. I'm running out of superlatives. It's just, it's just unbelievable. Like people are just genuinely stunned at what he's able to do and it's the key to this is the wet weather. This is where he's making the most impact. When it gets difficult and extreme, he's on a different or as Yara Matty Latvia the toe to boss said he's on another planet and he's absolutely correct because there is no one could touch him. Nobody can absolutely touch it. If you need anything to sort of justify or the skill that calorie romper is I would produce. Just go and watch the highlights from the power stage because that for me is probably that will be one of the drives of the season because I didn't need to push. Had a massive lead already, but there's 5 bonus points up for grabs. It was absolutely ridiculously wet to the point where SFI galapa actually described it as the craziest stage he's ever driven. That's how bad the conditions were. And he had the very similar conditions thereof in evidence and say, oh, you know, they were together in the road order. So elfin went slightly before him. So they started conditions weren't that different. But Kelly won the stage by 22.5 seconds over Evans, which is just unheard of. And it's just, I just don't know what to say anymore. He's just defying belief of what he's able to do in that car at the minute. And so that the car is reliable, but so, as the consistency of the driver as well, nothing seems. And he has had big offs. And coming through the series as well in WRC two, he had a big offer a few years ago where he landed on top of a spectator's car. And so it's not like he is impervious to making him mistake. But this season, his consistency just seems to keep delivering and delivering. Yeah, he's just, I think we spoke about it before. I think this was maybe Portugal where we just said he's just in this sort of flow zone where everything he is doing is just coming up gold. You know, it's just I think the best things to look at and you have to remember that each driver is a different driving styles, but if you compare the onboards of him with elfin Evans, it looks like Kelly's on a Sunday drive, like he's just so calm, so collected and yet performing miracles and doing things that you just can't believe he's doing, whereas elfin is just on the ragged edge, trying to get as much out of this car to try and keep up with Cali. Yeah, as I said, no one really can explain it. He's just he's on a different level. He's just at this point where he's so confident in the car. He's able to push where people just simply can't. And people can't say, well, it's just the machinery is better because he's beating his teammate because it was a one two photo again this weekend and with elf and Evans coming home in second tanak home hero tanak in the first of the Hyundai's in third, followed home by the closest championship rival, what does he know? I made a note of it over the weekend, 80 odd points, 83 points. Three points. Neuville is 83 points behind rather than in the fight for the championship. But like four minutes back in the second Hyundai. So it's not as if you can say, well, he's in superior machinery. And the Toyota is superior machinery in many conditions. He's just so good. And you know, it seems like now let's flip things around a little bit because on the last podcast, the second half we heard from the drivers and team managers, let's flip it round and hear from him right now because he's got that, if I can sort of use a bit of a cultural stereotype, that finish that finish thing going on, where he is brutally fast on the road. And yet when the Finns talk about their racing afterwards, it just sounds like they're so like they reclined, they're laid back. And he is so laid back when you hear him talk. Let's have a little listen here to Callie Robin pere talking after another win. Big 5 from the beginning with the guys opening the road and he had an elephant was all the time they are giving pressure also. So it was a nice vegan. Brokerage driving and United States is yeah, I think I haven't seen rains like this anywhere else before. It seemed that every time we had a break or road checks and there was some sunshine and stuff and then when we were on the start line it's always raining or something and yeah, quite extreme conditions a few times. An impressive final stage from you today. I saw that there was some rain before heavy rain for the guys then a bit less and less all the time for the last cars to come through. So yeah, I knew that there might be a chance for us to have a good position to start at the stage and India then I just push for it and the time was good. Okay, that's some of the press conference audio that they very kindly supplied to the auto sport podcast for us to use on the podcast today some Tom. So what do you make of some of the things that he talked about there after his win? You're right, he's typically understated. He must realize that what he's doing is phenomenal, but he's just so calm with it all. It's interesting in a way. It's kind of from a journal perspective. It's kind of, I suppose, a little bit annoying that he doesn't get more excited about what he's doing. But you have to buy it. You have to buy the fact that he's just so cool, calm collected. But I guess the point we need to make here is that the area where he is having a vantage is in these wet and slippery conditions. So three times elfin and Cali have gone up against each other for a rally win and the three times The Rain has come down in Portugal, Kenya, and now here he's just had something else that he can offer an elfin has no answer in reply. But he don't. But Evan started the weekend really well. He dominated early part of Friday. They absolutely. So just to recap that obviously elfin started Friday, he won 5 stages on the bounce and a lead of 19.9 seconds over Cali. Now, some of that was down to that was dry to begin with that the rally. So there was a bit of cleaning for Cali to do being first on the road, and you have to remember elfin was, I believe, 6th on the road. So he had a much better conditions. But yes, you're right. I often was in the zone and was looking very much like the elf and that we saw in Finland last year when he absolutely monster that event and won it. So there was genuine hope here that elf is elephant is going to do this. There's a very strong chance, but again, The Rain came down on that last stage on Friday and this is where Callie is so ruthless and clever is that he was because he was first on the road. It just worked slightly better in his favor in terms of the conditions were bad, but they got worse for the rest of the field. And he knew that and he could have just backed off because it was pretty slippery, but because he knew he was going to get worse. He decided to push. And that is where he got the 22.6

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"estonia" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

02:13 min | 7 months ago

"estonia" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

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"estonia" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

03:09 min | 7 months ago

"estonia" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"Again, something that we haven't seen up until now. But a reasonably easy fix, but I think it's one of these things where, you know, the one who seems where you don't necessarily see it from testing. And so we just made a couple changes to how we rebuild through those months and some components to ensure that it doesn't happen again. So I don't expect to see that right there. But again, just frustrating because, you know, said, I think some winning event could have been tricky but certainly certainly been on the podium as possible. So the fire which took out low, he says that it was a kind of almost a freak occurrence, not worried about it again. Is that right? Yeah, I think it was as he put it there. It was a bit of a freak occurrence. It was actually an O ring that filed, which cost about ten pence, which obviously in the grand scheme of things is usually frustrating when it's something like that. So the team have worked quite hard since safari to fix that. I'm pretty sure that it would have got there, got on top of that issue as well as some of the suspension problems that they suffered in safari. So yeah, it was a really difficult round for them in safari. Losing all of their cars on the first day is an unusual situation. So they'll be desperate to come back in Estonia with the strong result. And I think certainly certainly they've got the weapon to do so. They had a pre event test last week, which went extremely well according to Richard and the drivers. So I would expect them to be back at the sharp end again. Well, let's hear a bit more from your conversation with him as you were asking him about the challenges they're facing in Estonia, some of the technical things about why that could be good or bad and some on the drivers as well. Let's have a listen to this. It's a lot more high-speed. It's probably easier on the cars. But harder for the crews, you know, you can't drop any time in the studio as you know on the ball on one stage. You're not going to be fighting for the win. So that's our challenge for them. But the positivity is that every driver spoke to after the test talking with very, very happy with the car. To know where your real place is until the rally starts. But if you're confident and you feel good, then there's a good chance we can get some speed. So it'll be time for us, no doubt. But people like Tana are going to be extremely strong there. And we know that and I have kind of longer gear ratios for us on these high-speed events where we went for a more average share set of ratios for what we felt was best for the entire season. So there will be some swings around about, but you know, I'm sure there'll be some access in some problems for people. So we've just got to make sure that our guys stay as close to that battle as they can. We'll be open to their great performance from the years when he's confident in his one. He says that he can do well in. I think we want to see the results that we signed him for. He's had a good start to the season, but we need to see some outline FaceTime in here to come and do it. So I

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"estonia" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

03:32 min | 7 months ago

"estonia" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"He's a very nice character in the paddock. Always got time for people and he's quite a nice sense of humor as well. He's someone if you're new to rally, watch Oliver Solberg because he's very entertaining. So yeah, I think he's got a genuine shot at opponent this weekend. If the car is strong, he can compete here. We know that. So yeah, I think he's definitely got a good chance, whereas Thierry. Yeah, maybe this isn't quite his preferred area, but he's a solid driver throughout and I would be expecting him to fight for a podium here. So yeah, he's keeping Callie on honest at the moment, but I think again, no one will probably want to see Thierry get a win more than anyone really because of the bad luck he's faced this year. He's been, he's been sort of, I guess, the WRC's best mechanic in a way because he's had to fix so many things on the road. So I think all that effort, you know, at some point he's got to get a reward for that. So maybe he strikes here, but again, as I said, I think it's a fascinating prospect we've got this weekend. We're going to talk about M sport a bit more in a moment, but let's just run through their drivers and get your thoughts on it. Like I said, big high hopes for Craig breen, but also Gus greensmith. There's lube bay. There's formo. What are your impressions of their chances? Yeah, I'm sport again. As Richard Miller said, they just need to stay in the fight here because they've got, they've got the car, they've got the weapon and they've got the drivers, they think can deliver and incredibly there's proof of that. He's been on the podium in the last two Estonia rounds. So he's going to be the favorite to lead eSports charge. He probably needs a result actually because he's had two podiums, but he hasn't had the consistency that M sport would have liked to have seen from their team leader. So there's a bit of pressure on him, definitely, and but I think he's more than capable of delivering a strong performance here in Estonia. Moving on to the other drivers. I think one to watch will be Pierre Louis Louie. He's been really good since he joined the team and has probably overshadowed Gus and Adrian in some respects which will, which is probably not what people are expecting of Pierre Louis. So he's gone really well on gravel previously in Sardinia. So I think there'll be a lot of eyes on him. He could really surprise. And again, at some point, it's got to happen for Gus and Adrian. They've had a real rough run to prepare of had to fix their own cars in safari because the team boss put them to work to repair the damage that they cause. So there will be probably looking to repay the team and I think these two, this could be a very good opportunity for them to shine. You've segued perfectly into what we'll talk about next. As you catch up with team principal Richard milliner and we'll talk about their thoughts, their hopes, their reliability and we'll talk a little bit about Hyundai as well you've been fresh off the phone to their deputy team director Julien monce. That's on the way. Stick around. Okay, well, after a strong start, M sport haven't hit their stride again all year, great first round, but apart from that, haven't been able to lead the way. The championship is led by Toyota on 246 points, Hyundai one 8 four M sport 40 points adrift from them. You just caught up with the team principal Richard Miller and he talked about fixing the purifier, which took out Loeb, also some issues going into Estonia as well. Let's have a quick listen to this first clip. We'll get your thoughts

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The AP Interview: Estonian PM says don't play down Russia

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 7 months ago

The AP Interview: Estonian PM says don't play down Russia

"Estonia's prime minister caio Carlos has told The Associated Press the west shouldn't underestimate Russia's military capabilities in Ukraine saying Moscow's in it for the long haul as the war enters its 5th month In addition to commenting on Russia's military commitment Carlos says in the interview the only thing that president Vladimir Putin hears from the global response to his aggression is that he can do this because no punishment will follow Every time every next time will be more with more human suffering than the last one was So I think for us it is important to not make that mistake again like we did in Crimea Donbass Georgia Kalu says Europe should ensure that those committing war crimes and attempted genocide in Ukraine are prosecuted I'm Charles De

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 3 nations join international team probing Ukraine war crimes

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 8 months ago

3 nations join international team probing Ukraine war crimes

"Three more nations have joined an international investigation team probing war crimes in Ukraine Estonia Latvia and Slovakia have signed an agreement during a two day coordination meeting in The Hague to join Lithuania Poland and Ukraine in the joint investigation team that will help coordinate the sharing of evidence of atrocities through the EU judicial cooperation agency Euro just as well International Criminal Court prosecutor came Khan says he plans to open an office in Kyiv amid ongoing calls for those responsible for atrocities since Russia's invasion to be brought to justice

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Russia Ukraine War Ballet Dancers-Ballet Intro and

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 9 months ago

Russia Ukraine War Ballet Dancers-Ballet Intro and

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"estonia" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

03:21 min | 10 months ago

"estonia" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"I truly believe that estonians will grab a weapon or a tool against the Russian invaders, says Laurie Abel, the ministry's undersecretary for defense readiness. A former commander of the Tallinn EDL, Abel sees the corps civilian status as crucial to its success. They're the link between the armed forces and society. They are everywhere working in different companies. They carry the defense spirit to society. Even before the war in Ukraine, a full 57% of estonians said they would be willing to participate in their country's defense. Some 80% approve of the EDL. It helps explain what induced Catelyn, a 36 year old who works in the financial sector to spend a below zero Sunday in late March in the snow, learning to make impromptu stretchers that could be used to haul wounded comrades out of the Woods. I wear heels 5 days a week, so this, she says, gesturing to her heavy flak jacket and boots, is a big difference, but I want the knowledge and I want to be prepared. Preparation is at the heart of the league. New recruits spend 8 weekends in basic training where they learn to fire and clean weapons to handle explosives and a range of other survival skills. After passing a final test, they are allowed to keep their state issued weapons at home. I don't know many countries in the world where the state interests its citizens to have combat weapons at their homes, just in case, said one veteran member. If we are suddenly attacked, I don't need to go to a certain point to get my gear, I can just step out of my front door, walk 20 feet into the bushes, and then I'm dangerous. Against a conventional army with its large battalions and rigid formations. The EDL's small local units are intended to be much more agile. One of our original principles is that you fight in the area you are from, says major Renee tombs who oversees the EDL's training programs. The point is that during peacetime, you have time to learn all the terrain. You know where you can hide, where you can produce good ambushes. It's your turf. Imagine what kind of leverage that gives you against an invading enemy. They have no idea where to go. You, know every inch. The EDL hasn't yet had to test its abilities in a real conflict, but it collaborates with the Estonian military, and with other NATO forces in war games and joint exercises, and is a major reason why researchers at the Rand organization consider Estonia's total defense capabilities to be among the most developed of the Baltic states. That serves as reassurance in a country where many believe that should Ukraine fall they will be next. After sitting in on the kluge units practice ambush, major tombs drove to a target range where a different unit was spending its Sunday, learning to fire two person anti tank weapons called Carl Gustav's. If Russia thinks it can reoccupy Estonia or any Baltic country, tombs said it's going to be a disaster for them.

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"estonia" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

04:48 min | 10 months ago

"estonia" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"The prime minister says, but I always say that's the wrong question. The right question is, is NATO next? And what I've tried to explain within NATO is that it is much cheaper to defend us in the first place than liberate us after we're attacked. Although she hesitates to point fingers, kalas admits that among the leaders of formerly occupied countries, the Russian invasion of Ukraine has triggered a certain sense of we told you so. Her father was foreign minister when Estonia began negotiations to join NATO, and she recalls that at a time when the Soviet Union had just collapsed, the petition raised a lot of questions. He was frequently asked, why do you need this? Russia does not pose a threat anymore. Kalas recalls. Well, we knew our neighbor then, and we know our neighbor now. Since the Russian invasion, Kala says Western Allies have come closer to the Estonian point of view. Before there were many who were watching this through the lens of democratic world, she says. But what I was saying then, and what I think is clear now is that Putin is a dictator. He doesn't care for people's opinion. He doesn't care that he's hurting his own country. Guided by that perspective on the Russian president kalas has argued from the wars beginning for NATO to evolve from being what she calls a forward presence in the region to forward defense with more boots on the ground and more fighter jets and ships actively patrolling Europe's skies and seas. Her thinking is based less on any specific threat to Estonia, Kala says there is not been any increase in Russian aggression toward the country, then on a deeply held belief again informed by history that it is only a robust defense on the alliance's eastern edge that will contain Putin. It's easy to break one finger, says collis, but it's hard to break a fist, a fist is much stronger in a fight. It was Russia's illegal annexation of Crimea in 2014 that prompted NATO to deploy combat troops to the Baltics for the first time in 2017. Overseen by Canada, Germany in the UK, respectively. This enhanced forward presence in Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia, consisted of roughly a thousand troops each. Since the February 24th invasion of Ukraine, that number has grown, there are currently 1700 NATO troops in Estonia, and the alliances forward defense strengthened with U.S. fighter jets. At its emergency summit in Brussels, on March 24th, NATO decided to reinforce its eastern border even more, announcing that among other measures it would be deploying four battle groups to Eastern Europe..

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President Biden Signals Weakness in Face of Russia Ukraine Conflict

The Larry Elder Show

00:45 sec | 11 months ago

President Biden Signals Weakness in Face of Russia Ukraine Conflict

"I think so far only one NATO country James has called for a no fly zone and that's Estonia. What is your opinion about that? Well, first of all, I think one of my real frustrations with President Biden and with many of the leaders is they spend all their time talking about what they're not going to do. And you know what, I think there are two ways to do this kind of public channels and private channels. It's okay through kind of private back channel to send messages to your adversary about where things are. This is what Kennedy do during the Cold War. I think publicly, when you say these pronouncements about all the things we're not going to do, it actually I think signals weakness.

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So Far, the Russia Gamble Isn't Paying Off

The Larry Elder Show

01:21 min | 11 months ago

So Far, the Russia Gamble Isn't Paying Off

"Now, no change in force posture for about 5000 U.S. troops in Poland following the air strikes on that military trainings that are just inside Ukraine and Russia has still not achieved air superiority over Ukraine. Now, as I mentioned, there is one country of NATO Estonia who is urging a no fly zone to my knowledge. It is the only one I could be wrong about that. Now, an Australian major general named Mick Ryan is also been writing about the war and I've also been impressed with his reporting. And he says Russia has committed now 55% of their total regular ground forces to the invasion of Ukraine, which he says was a tactical risks. While there are forces still in Russia for reinforcements, they're either on missions in training or of lower quality. It is a strategic risk. Russia has employed a large portion of its ground combat in a single mission that it clearly hoped would be over quickly. It was a calculated risk. It was a gamble and apparently it is not paying off. The idea, now plan

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The Case Against a No Fly Zone in Ukraine

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:59 sec | 11 months ago

The Case Against a No Fly Zone in Ukraine

"Well, article 5 of NATO basically says an attack on one member is an attack on all. For instance, if Putin rolled into Estonia Lithuania or Latvia, that would be an article 5 violation United States would be at war pursuant to treaty. We don't have Ukraine as famously not a NATO nation. We don't have an article 5 issue there. But if we ran a no fly zone, there is a very real chance we would be engaged in combat against Russian forces. That is the conventional war that you and I early in our careers grew up to fight. That's very frightening to me. Is there a lot of pressure we've heard some people talk about? And I think loosely about a no fly zone. We only have about 15, 20 seconds left. Is there a push such that we're likely to see a no fly zone? Depending on circumstances right now, no, but you have to be ready.

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A Wise, Contrarian Take on War in Ukraine With Col. Douglas Macgregor

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:10 min | 11 months ago

A Wise, Contrarian Take on War in Ukraine With Col. Douglas Macgregor

"So with this right now, is colonel McGregor himself? And I want to explore this with him colonel. Thank you so much for joining the Charlie Kirk show. Thanks, Charlie. Thank you for inviting me. So colonel, we kind of went through some of your commentary that you had on Fox News that was, let's say, made headlines. Walk us through your position on the Russian Ukrainian conflict and why you believe America should not intervene. Pretty well, first of all, I think it's very important that the president make it clear and repeatedly. That we will not intervene. He said that early on, but some of his comments indicated that he was waffling. And it got a little sticky yesterday because the polls thought that they could turn over several MiG 29 jets to the Ukrainians and finally the secretary general flew in to stop it. First of all, you don't ever, ever want to challenge a major military power on that power store ship. In the worst possible place to take on Russian forces, it's on Russia's border. It's just stupid. You have no way to be successful. Secondly, we are very dependent upon your power. And we are way behind in the air Defense Department. We have not spent intelligently and we have not created effective air defenses against missiles and aircraft for our forces on the ground. So if we went into this, we risk being naked effectively in the face of air power and then our own air power would likely be shot to pieces by Russian air defenses, even though they won't admit it truthfully they know whether you're stealthy or not. They have extraordinarily effective air defenses and radars that will track and shoot us down. So from the standpoint of the capability, the best thing we can do is stay behind NATO's borders and effectively watch if the Russians were to advance towards the eastern border of NATO, then we could repel them in all probability, but it's even questionable as to whether or not we could have managed that particularly on the border with Poland Lithuania led to Estonia.

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Putin Is Nostalgic for the Russian Empire

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:09 min | 1 year ago

Putin Is Nostalgic for the Russian Empire

"Reflecting the world of fear and irrationality on kids, and of course I spent the first the first two segments on Putin. And the notion that the Russians are paranoid about invasions because of Napoleon and Hitler. You know who should be a paranoid about invasions in Europe? Everybody who's near Russia. It is the most, it is so cockamamie. And by the way, people like people who respect hold that view. You know, they're not defending they're not defending Putin. Latvia should be paranoid, Lithuania, Estonia. Hungary. Poland. And if you want me to go damage in Europe, believe me, I can. I traveled to so many times from north to south and south to north. The man wants to reconstitute the Russian Empire. That's what he wants to do.

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K. T. McFarland: Russia Has a Lot of Blackmail Power Over Europe

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:51 min | 1 year ago

K. T. McFarland: Russia Has a Lot of Blackmail Power Over Europe

"Not unlike vindman, you've been in the room where it happens. You were there talking about policy and national security issues with the president. Give me your takeaway, your reaction to what you just heard. Well, there was a reason that vindman, I tried to get them and fired when he was on my staff on the NSC. But in any event, I think that we need to take a step back and figure out why was Putin enabled to do this. There were decisions made at the beginning of the Biden administration to shut down the American energy industry. Oil natural gas. It did a couple of things. Number one, it meant that the price of energy went way high. It doubled in price of oil doubles. That made Russia rich again. The other thing it did though was make it very clear to Europe, which depends on Russian energy oil and natural gas for 50% of its energy needs. Russia then got a lot of blackmail power over Europe. So where we are now is that Vladimir Putin is rich and he's got political leverage over Europe and that's what he's exploiting. Now I'm not going to get in the blame game of who says what who says it's less facts that matter. So Putin is facts that matter. He's got money. He's been able to rebuild his military. He's been able to use the political leverage he has over Germany and France and Italy. And all the countries which depend on Russian energy and that's why I'm worried that Putin's next move is going to be at NATO countries. Ukraine is not a member of NATO, but at NATO countries. And then they'll be the decision point. Countries be honoring their NATO commitment to Estonia Latvia and Lithuania, for example, the three politics case or will they be cow towering to Vladimir Putin's blackmail as energy blackmail. That's why it's so important for the United States to turn back on our energy and we supply the energy to Europe, not Russia. It's unreal

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Ukraine to bring in state of emergency amid Russia tensions - CNN

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Ukraine to bring in state of emergency amid Russia tensions - CNN

"The leader of NATO is condemning Russia's invasion of Ukraine at an emergency meeting NATO secretary general Jens Stoltenberg calls for a summit saying Russia's launched a brutal act of war on Ukraine and shattered piece on the European continent accusing Vladimir Putin of trying to rewrite history the trans Atlantic alliance has agreed to further beef up its land sea and air forces on the eastern flank near Ukraine and Russia the emergency meeting was requested by countries closest to the conflict Poland Latvia Estonia and Lithuania which is declared a state of emergency with parliamentary approval Lithuania plans to use reserve funds for tighter border protections and authorizes guards to stop and search people and vehicles near the border I'm

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"estonia" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"estonia" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"I guess you don't need to send me the link I founded. Okay, great. Yes, that's it. Excellent. Betty thanks so much for coming on amateur traveler and sharing with us your love for Estonia. Thank you for having me. It was really fun. I'd like to take this opportunity to thank the patrons of the show who helped support amateur traveler financially with their donations for as little as $5 a month. You can be a patron of amateur traveler to learn more. You can go to Patreon dot com slash amateur traveler. I had a couple reviews of the show on the Apple podcast app recently and thanks to those people who take the time to do this at 5 stars from Kinsey 81 who said awesome podcast I just discovered this podcast about 5 days ago and can't stop listening to it. So many locations to hear about were already planning a family road trip to the blue ridge Parkway based off an episode. Excellent. And big stick carpet also 5 stars excellent travel podcast, Chris really puts in the extra work to make this podcast great from the interesting guest to the insightful questions and real-time Googling for facts and clarifications. I especially appreciate that he breaks every episode into chapters with a different photo, notes, and links for each topic or place discussed. I'm sure that's a ton of extra work but I really appreciate it. And thanks so much. It is and I'm glad that someone noticed. Big news on the amateur traveler trip front. I have a final price for the trip to turkey. And so I have sent out the information for the trip to the people who signed up to try to go two years ago, and so they will get the first chance at this for the first week and then next week, the patrons of the show will get an opportunity to book if they are interested in coming. And.

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"estonia" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"estonia" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"Of course, not with the number of ship orders that they used to have, but they still are building ships. They converted their maritime school into a museum. And Cosmo became the place to spend your summer if you were in intellectual or an artist. It just became like a haven for these minds and was very well known for that. But the other thing that it's well known for are the erratics. And I did not know what an erratic was. Other than. And we're not talking about people at this point. We're now in geology. Exactly. Important to important to distinguish here. Yes, exactly. So in erratic is a rock that has been deposited by a moving glacier at some point and that rock has nothing to do with the rocks of that. Yeah, so they're very different. They can be as small as a pebble. There are others that are just enormous. They can be like 18,000 tons. Small as a pebble as big as a house. Yes. Exactly. Right. So we saw a lot of different ones. Some are like perfect spheres and out in the ocean. They look pretty funny. It looks like a bunch of giant bald hits swimming in the sea. Some of the stairs are sliced perfectly in half. Some are like jagged shapes. It's just a huge array of different rocks. So that's very fun. In terms of, as we start to wrap this up, anything else in terms of the country in general that people should know before they go to Estonia. You were getting by in English rather than Estonia. We're going to guess. Yes, yes, that's actually a good point. The second language in Estonia is still Russia. And even though the public schools, everything is taught in Estonian, there are still Russian language schools where students learn Russian is their primary language. However, if you want to go to university, you have to speak Estonian. Luckily, they also know English. They are fluent in English just about everybody. We met folks some English and there was really no problem in getting around. I think if I were to say what struck me about Estonia is the nature, it's beautiful nature with such a variety of the bogs, safaris, the marshes, the ocean, and especially as climate change starts to affect our world in our lives. It was just so peaceful to be in a place that was itself just no big resort hotels on the beaches or it was just nature itself, which was really beautiful and it protects the animals habitats..

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"estonia" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"estonia" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"They have a little mini golf area. And which was the one that you stayed in. The hula manor country club. Got it. It was really pleasant, very relaxing. There's a man-made Lake that you can rent a boat and just go roll out. And the advantage is, it's about a $140 a night, which for a resort hotel with all those amenities is a pretty good price. One really original thing is that they have a windmill on site from the early 1800s. And the fun part is that you can access it, but you have to go ask permission from the windmill attendant and he will give you the key. And the key is about a foot long, made of iron. Like if you can imagine a foot long iron skeleton key. That you put into the lock and then once inside you can climb up to the platform and you have a really nice view of the surrounding area, the bar shoes, the pastures, the forests. It was definitely worthwhile getting the key in going up. Okay. And you're in the national park now, so you're on the north coast in between rockware and tollin..

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"estonia" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"estonia" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"To really like this kind of experience. And when I was Googling for unusual things to do in Estonia, this popped up. I found out about this company called naturist, which is an ecotourism company. During the Soviet era beers were hunted and their numbers shrank to less than 300. But after Estonia became independent, they were protected and Estonia is now home to over 700 Brown beers. This company naturist purchased more than 220 acres of Tiger forest, which joins two national parks. And there are about 350 beers that live in those Woods. The Tiger forest is something kind of unique. It's a bio dome of pines, spruces, larges, bogs, and grass Meadows. And the habitat supports lots of animals. The Brown bears, of course, flying squirrels, wild boar, Elk, deer, otters, wolves, and unbeknownst to us when I booked a trip, links. Luckily, they stay away from humans. Most of the time. So now tour as built these custom cabinets that have near length windows, where you can sit and prop up your binoculars and observe the beers, lumbering out of the Woods at sunset. So they're hides then. Yes, exactly. And they call them the brown beer hideouts. Okay. The company employs villagers for all the jobs, of course we were kind of wondering who would get the job of planting the fish in those hidden spots for the beers to find. I'm not sure that I would volunteer to walk through the forest with fish. In your hands. Yes, exactly. Especially concerned being confused, what portion is food and what portion is you? Yeah, I get that. Yes, yes. So the Catholics were actually quite comfortable with their bunk beds. There's a compost toilet. There is no running water and you have to bring all your own food and drinks. The cost is about $90 per person for one night and I thought it was really well worth it. To get there, all we had were coordinates. There are no size. Really? Yes. Okay. I felt like we were on a spy mission. We had to actually count the kilometers to know where to exit. Once we got off that main road, all we had were pitted dirt roads with potholes. But I won't go into all the details of how we didn't find it and then found it. But we did find the meeting point eventually. And as soon as we got out of the car, we were welcomed by a swarm of mosquitos. There was a lot of slapping going around. So once we found our meeting point eventually, the guide appeared, and he led us through the forest..

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"estonia" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"estonia" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"And there's another museum which we did not visit because my son was 18 years old at the time, but I've heard is fantastic, and that is the toy museum. So I think family should not bypass that museum. Okay. Were you Turing on your own or did you take a tour of the area? We almost always tour on our own. Because guidebooks and we just get lost and end up somewhere. To be honest, we just do not like being led around in a group and all those quick visits with just a two sentence introduction to whatever it is. We really like to stay in a place longer if we like it. Or at least sooner if we don't. Okay? What else are you going to recommend for us in tartu? The university itself is pretty amazing. It has an emphasis on science. The university itself was established in 1803. And some of the world's top researchers have studied and worked and taught there. But for me, as a musician, what was important is that it is also known for a very famous composer. Arvo part is world renowned. He's a multi Grammy winning modern composer. And he is Estonia's musical treasure. He studied at the university, and he's now a professor there. The university has these beautiful botanical gardens. So if you need a break from buildings and historic, whatever you can go look at some really nice flowers. Good to know. Any favorite restaurants or dishes that you tried, you mentioned the food. Estonians actually forage in many forests for a huge variety of mushrooms. So cooking with mushrooms, they use a lot of potatoes, they use a lot of barley, but the mushrooms are really delicious. They saute, they roast bake some. They do just about everything. If you like sauerkraut and beetroot, potato or cabbage salads, you'll be in heaven here. There is one dish that I just could not bring myself to taste. It's called suit and it is prepared by boiling down animal bones, letting it cool into a gelatin and then they add chunks of meat and slices of vegetables and let the whole mixture cool into it very shall I say unusual looking jelly. Okay. I did not try that. But the other things were very good. Okay. Should we move on to the next place in your itinerary? You were going out to see the bears. Yes. Our next experience was probably the highlight of our trip..

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"estonia" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"estonia" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"If I got my bags back on the road I'm heading out there and I'm ready to go looking real good in my passport. Amateur traveler episode 789 today the amateur traveler talks about beaches and castles and ladas bears and erratics and raccoon dogs as we go to the nation of Estonia. But maybe not maybe not to the day welcome to the amateur traveler. I'm your host, Chris Christensen, let's talk about Estonia. I'd like to welcome to the show Betty read from Betty read writes dot com and that's read with two E's and Betty has come to talk to us about Estonia, Benny, welcome to the show. Thank you for having me. It's a pleasure. And what's your connection with Estonia? None, I have no connection. You've been there, though. Yes. Yes. Other than wanting to visit. That's my only connection. And why should someone go to Estonia? That is a really good question. I tend to look for places that are off the beaten path. And I am also interested in going to countries that were former communist countries because I find it fascinating to see how the culture either has been maintained or not and to witness the changes and even though Estonia has been independent from the Soviets for 30 years. You can still see those transformations throughout the country. Excellent, well, what kind of itinerary are you going to recommend for us? I would recommend starting in the city of tartu and I apologize if I am butchering the language. You are not a student of the Estonian language, should we just establish that up front and I'm not either so I can't help you. Okay, it's a deal. From there, we went to the Brown bears hideout. We also went to another city, much smaller, rock wear, and then we headed into the national park. Where we stayed at a manor house and then went up to the small towns along the northern coast, which are really beautiful and very worthwhile seeing..

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Biden orders forces to Europe amid stalled Ukraine talks

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Biden orders forces to Europe amid stalled Ukraine talks

"President president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden is is is is sending sending sending sending troops troops troops troops to to to to Europe Europe Europe Europe with with with with talks talks talks talks stalled stalled stalled stalled over over over over Russia's Russia's Russia's Russia's intentions intentions intentions intentions in in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine roughly roughly roughly roughly two two two two thousand thousand thousand thousand troops troops troops troops will will will will head head head head from from from from Fort Fort Fort Fort Bragg Bragg Bragg Bragg North North North North Carolina Carolina Carolina Carolina to to to to Poland Poland Poland Poland and and and and Germany Germany Germany Germany and and and and a a a a thousand thousand thousand thousand more more more more will will will will go go go go from from from from Germany Germany Germany Germany to to to to Romania Romania Romania Romania the the the the president president president president and and and and his his his his administration administration administration administration say say say say the the the the moves moves moves moves are are are are designed designed designed designed to to to to send send send send a a a a message message message message to to to to Russian Russian Russian Russian president president president president Vladimir Vladimir Vladimir Vladimir Putin Putin Putin Putin as as as as he he he he shows shows shows shows no no no no sign sign sign sign of of of of letting letting letting letting up up up up military military military military pressure pressure pressure pressure on on on on the the the the Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine border border border border we're we're we're going going going to to to make make make sure sure sure we we we reassure reassure reassure our our our NATO NATO NATO allies allies allies notably notably notably the the the president president president is is is not not not sending sending sending troops troops troops to to to Estonia Estonia Estonia Latvia Latvia Latvia or or or Lithuania Lithuania Lithuania former former former Soviet Soviet Soviet states states states on on on NATO's NATO's NATO's eastern eastern eastern flank flank flank Russia's Russia's Russia's still still still blasting blasting blasting the the the deployments deployments deployments as as as destructive destructive destructive insisting insisting insisting it it it has has has no no no intention intention intention of of of invading invading invading Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine the the the White White White House House House has has has now now now stopped stopped stopped calling calling calling it it it invasion invasion invasion imminent imminent imminent saying saying saying it it it doesn't doesn't doesn't know know know what what what Putin Putin Putin will will will do do do Sager Sager Sager mag mag mag ani ani ani Washington Washington Washington

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Robert Wilkie on Biden's Latest Ukraine Blunder

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:27 min | 1 year ago

Robert Wilkie on Biden's Latest Ukraine Blunder

"As secretary Robert wilkie. Welcome back to America first. So we as usual, we could talk for hours. Let's just have your reaction to what the incumbents said about a Russia and a Ukraine play cut. Better. And so I think what you're going to see is that Russia will be held accountable. If it invades, and it depends on what it does. It's one thing if it's a minor incursion and then we end up having to fight about what to do and not do it. The president of the Ukraine has been making public statements. He says there is no such thing as a minor incursion. Is he overreacting how much of a blander could this be? Well, it is on par for this president. It's on par for 50 years of being wrong about every major national security issue facing us. And I thought about just how wrong it was this morning when this administration refuses to supply the Ukrainians with weapons that can make colonel Putin's decision a little more difficult. And now they've bullied Estonia Latvian Lithuania into sending missiles to Ukraine. So now these three lilliputian NATO members should be doing the job of protecting you. Absolutely. Absolutely. And that's what this has come

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Putin Wants to Restore the Soviet Union

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Putin Wants to Restore the Soviet Union

"Secretary 94. of State Anthony blinken is visiting Europe this week with the frantic effort. To deter a Russian invasion of Ukraine and we hope he succeeds. But the administration is also signaling that an invasion is likely and if so, it's worth explaining. Why deterrence will have failed. The fort lies mainly with Vladimir Putin on his desire to restore greater Russia. Yes, that's pretty important to understand. Putin would like to restore the Soviet Union. Or greater Russia depends on what term you use. That doesn't stop with Ukraine. While not invade Armenia, that was part of the Soviet Union. Latvia, Estonia Lithuania. I mean, they have a couple of 1 million 3 million people. In each country, or something to that effect, not 40.

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"estonia" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

Target USA Podcast by WTOP

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"estonia" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

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