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"filipa" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

Papa Phd Podcast

15:11 min | 2 years ago

"filipa" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

"It's really hard and you did a one eighty and came back so that's a that's a pretty big and you know a hard transition. What I'm what I'm I'm taking from. What you're saying is what's been important to you you since you beat the I guess until today is resilience. believing in yourself and and of a kind of a fighting attitude about you know I'm gonNA reach my goals and I'm GonNa do whatever it takes. Not whatever extent extinct I met a lot of people what would for me I was in London amid people from the bank working in business and gave gave me different perspectives of live and work in the ENA in banks address banks worke in in architecture. You're working also add people working from different parts of the world which was amazing so gave me the different kinds of ways of seeing work. It's one time I was fed up of. Pj I'm going to do I am the I so I study books for doing the gene. Mites and I thought oh I might go to NBA then when I come back year after the biotech company I was I decided to go to bench work again on I was going do instituting lead glide at enacted their a postal zebra fish still but that's another research institute yes in in was doing neuroscience in uh-huh differentiation narrow stem cells and they announced there was no communication degree the Balkars relations are self like that in Butko. There was one and the former minister of scientists dictation was not so what was the teacher in the minister but was one of the teachers at the end the ad tree a science communication Russian and other met one person it is finally Joe before. My family was my inspiration. My mother was my inspiration but to but during when I met so she was my teacher she was from some years above me in in who Benkin program in science communication and received any vacation to join group inking again and do go to the communication department and fell a giant it having the nation field to me. I was responsible. visits a setup the visits the everything to do due outreach activities to students and so. I was three over there and it was amazing. Anna is mine. One of finance rations. I talked will open ultralight today and now she did turn. She's director of Science Communication in San in Geneva. Okay very very cool. That's quite a inspiring pat that that it seems that you have followed and from what you're saying I I'm getting two things so you you seem to to give a lot of importance and I and I tend to agree to the people that you meet along the way so it is not not fall into the the sometimes the trap of isolating yourself in your or in your in your research and that that I I think it's a key a key point that has come out also in other interviews and I totally agree with you. The second thing is stay curious. That's also only speak about life and work and have dance a a now. Everybody does Yoga but let's take you about nowadays it. You get really isolated if you work. A Lot. You get very is laid back. It's take curious. Stay connected to others on them. and also ever open minded and the end end think that he he tried to watch range. I of of course one of the things that I really important needs to develop your social interaction. We persons in and to go out and stuff like that. and how important would you say the Grad School and going abroad for university was important for for you to open your mind into. I think everyone should do it. It's when you are plenty that you should go abroad notch when you are he seeing more you are not to you are not your your roots already said somewhere in the family starting up to twenties You should go should have these open your mind and you see either cultures rec- other ways of Lee Lee. Bring your realize yourself at This is not a college. He's not descend world. There are other institutes other. There are ways to do seem yeah and you talked about having activities outside of of your of Your Grad school working i. I believe that's that's very important interest activities what were your your like venting exits you had when you when you were doing your in terms of extracurricular activities so I will I get out I was doing yoga in my lab was a person was teacher of Yoga and my office really was upset when I was like Oh. I need to stop the experiment or putting Nick in the in in Boston for a while because I'm doing the end she was she retrieved Cenci she had named even in here yeah. She was really cool the the the name will she took camper and she stealing the lab where I did my PG East relation I did I I would go often to movies getting out nine but one and seeing I I work hard and play hard like I'm I'm going to do my best I I was like a going to parks. I love museums and London to go to rest as well agent Martin than drove your mind we go. Oh drew a date modern tight return on National Gallery and the East for free so so take advantage of what's close at hand in terms of culture streets. You are a student don't and so about time. L. Tend to go see what is really happening and what you can do. Once I think that is important. Lesson that I've learned from including is to be impartial like ought to take one side or the other in arguments in science in Jerry opinions like see one type C. Like I should see Kamar Supervisor said to myself another physician identification that Allan and also from my mother. She's always very it it. It's a it's a very very grownup thing that you're saying they're in the sense of me to lately in these last few years and I hadn't gotten to that place during my PhD but I founded more and more important and more and more enriching to do exactly exactly what you're saying. which is if you're in the situation where someone is not agreeing with you? Sometimes they're one eighty degrees from what you're you know from what you believe or for what you want put yourself in their shoes and say okay why why why are we having this communication obstacle right now what's going through their head instead that of giving way to the the that emotion that defense of no. I'm right. I know I know what I want. I know I'm sure of what I'm saying. So I'm not listening to the other person I I totally agree with you and looking. We Tien tastes each quite hard because there's a problem of ego. Just just scientists know but who is usually not just scientists in politics. It's everywhere when he went when there's a little the fowler there's ego is well. Ns and the Egos is like a M- yes because I'm right and when you are trying to say oh you should see this situation or you should do you should of discover that should try something new and maybe you are not dead tried to convince them and I ending Chien's. It's not about money. Is it a question about I. I discovered that that's that's that's what I agree. What I do is it's book series and papers like their own small babies and be people to argue with them to make them to see it finds a few because when if you if you critique their ideas which are ideas on paper there they take it they take they could personally as a personal as a personal attack now I I would like. I guess I feel that that you know you still very much insci- you know you still writing. You're still collaborating with people that are on the bench but in the transition aspect of transitioning from the bench to communication what are the skills that you that you brought from from your PhD that you feel that are the most useful in in your in your current activities in the career so until I should the communication skills or wasn't very international lab from Japan Greece so am this way of thinking of being global it was a fantastic who are acting would never imagine myself a fighting the FDA when I brought to or on my small project project of reaching writing English speaking in English often international and global gave yeah. It was really important for me. It's a very important not forget the society and and the people who were doing the studies are inevitable they pay taxes for us to for my research and and that came from each to my cheat so you're in science science them so it's like it's quite difficult in our to make sense of person doesn't ever so what you do to thing. Oh I am doing these. I'm doing that and any twenty yen. You fledged athlete of course of course it's one of the things I I like in science. Outreach is is thinking that even if people do not have the same opportunities or do not make the same choices and end up either not going so far in their studies that eventually everyone should have should be able to to understand to certain level you know scientific scientific knowledge scientific information and why like like simple example you take a drug you know everyone should know a little bit should understand a little bit. Why destruct does what it does when I when I take no bid an over the counter drug or something more more specialized so no I totally agree with you so in a way it's an exercise of staying humble amble and not thinking that you're more than someone else just because we have a paper. That's scary G or of course I sometimes I get interested interested. Though I'm not getting these grant I'm applying arm not fitting. I've watched entry or as I said interesting understated denies knee but seemed like they don't send you and if the incidents marking marking I'm doing my best in what I study so it's I have them the task now to to translate to them what I've found onion a simple language and I think Nali what Stanley the niece of love knobs where you do interface talent now developed in the last fifteen years inside. Jive gummy developed a lot end end. There's a lot of master degrees and stuff in Trenton universities while not with single one that I need and become a retraction will end quite competitive as well but but really fun seen as like you get from science in the bench will reward comes soon after winning. The paper is published. If any the lab inflight the new blue light with outreach.

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"filipa" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

12:04 min | 2 years ago

"filipa" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Churches of Christ, salute. You. It is written. And when they laid many stripes upon them they cast them into the inner prison. Charging jailer to keep them safely. It is written who having received such charge cast them into the inner person. Their feet fast in stocks. What about midnight Paul follows praying and singing hymns, unto God? And the prisoners were listening to it is written and suddenly earthquake so that the foundations prison house, shake it, and then mealy all the doors are opened. And everyone's bans, where Luke? What must not do to be saved. And they said believe on the Lord Jesus, and thou shalt be saved thou and the hosts and they speak the word of the Lord on him with all that were at his house, and he took them the same our the night and wash their stripe was baptized. He and all his straightway. And he brought them up into his house and set food before them had choice greatly with all his hosts having believed in God. There's a call comes ringing or the restless ways send the light. Our souls to rescue. There are solo save send the light the light. We have heard the Macedonian call today, send the light and golden offering at the cross. We lay fend, the light send the light. Pray grace may everywhere about send the light and a Christ, like spirit everywhere befouled send the light send the light. Grow weary in the work of low send the light. Together kills for crown abo-. Send the light. San. Ladies and gentlemen. Listen to this message. Give me that old time religion. Give me that old timer. The jn give me that old time religion. Give me that old time religion. It's good enough for me. Now. Just what is the old time, religion? The old time religion is a midnight sermon. The service began at midnight and the Flavian jailhouse with prayer and singing the midnight hour is the most unusual our today. It is at midnight that today becomes yesterday in the twinkling of an eye and at the same time tomorrow becomes today. Jesus spoke on the midnight hour, when he told the story of the wise and foolish versions, they all went out to meet the bridegroom and at midnight. There is a cry. Behold, the groom Comey forth to meet him. At first glance some might say, looks like the Lord will stage his second coming at the hour of midnight. Remember that he said, just before this that no man knows the day, nor the hour since Jesus, would not covet himself way. Realize at our midnight hour is the midnight hour of our day that we live on earth. At the second coming. He will be our midnight hour on earth. And if the Lord delays is coming midnight. Our is our last day on earth. Irregardless. Says we do not know the are of coming nor the hour. When we shall die. Every sermon becomes a midnight, sermon, the preacher needs to preach, every Sherman as though it will be his last last one he will have a preach to an audience heard by tens of thousands this broadcast. There are many who are listening now to their last sermon. Many of them will have the loom rows of this year. Carved on stone. I was told early administrative preach, every sermon as a dying man to a dying people clock of life is one, but once and no man has the power to tell jets went the hands, we'll stop but late or early hour. Today is all the time you own so live love work with a will put no trust in tomorrow. Well, the hands may then be still the old time religion is a midnight message, and it's good enough for me. Not just what if the old halogen. The old family thing in the dark. About midnight, Paul Silas, were praying and saying, hymns unto God. I can understand how they could pray after the severe beating they had received but it's hard to understand how they could sing. I hope I got to have under might prevail upon Paul and Silas sing a special number. Before the assemble saints in glory. And I would ask that they sing that song, they sang and the jail hose Filipa. And I would have quest for the more that they not sing it in their celestial heavily voices voices that might be almost as good as Elvis. But sing it in the same all off key voices. You sang in the kale. Ho said, Filipa. What I've special number that would be, but I still don't understand how they sing in the sale house under the circumstances. Until I realize what happened when they were beaten and the judge told the jailer to keep them safely. As Paul sauve, the jailer approach, I think he must've jabbed solace in the ribs and said, solace there he is Sal said there, who is Paul. And Paul said salis that's the fellow I saw in the vision, who said come over in the Macedonia and help us now of course, I don't know that Paul said that. But he did see a man standing befitting him and saying, come over into Macedonia and help us. And if this was not the man in the vision, it was somebody like him. And he was the first man. He saw that could qualify as a man and the vision Paul realized at the time that he and salads were living. In the center of the will of God. That is why they felt like seeing in the dark later on. He would. Right. The short Chet Filipa and tell them and us how to sing in the dark when he said to them. Nothing be anxious. But in everything by prayer and supplication that your request. We know that the God and the peace of God. Which passes all understanding show guard, your thoughts your heart's in Christ Jesus. And that is the old time religion. That is good enough for me. Now. What is the old time religion? Well, the old time religion was preaching the gospel to unseen, and unseen ears. Paul, and south of praying and singing in the dark. And the prisoners. We're listening to them. And that is what the old time religion if today in this day of electronics and television every listener to this rod cast his an unseen listener. One such prisoner in Cairo Egypt rights say one night. He heard this program coming on the radio from another sale in the mail. You see unseen ears. Are listening. That is the old time religion. Down. Just good enough for me. Again, I asked you. What is the old time religion? Well, the old time religion is earthquake religion. Suddenly that was a great earthquake. And the foundations prison house where shaken. Without this wakeup call. The flipping jailer would never have known salvation. The earthquake was a wakeup call for the lower. God has a way of giving us a wakeup call. Sometimes something happens in our lives shakes us down to the foundation. And without that wakeup call way may never have become a Christian in the first place. Your wake-up, call may have been a disease. It may have been in operation. It may have been the loss of loved one may have been even the hearing of a gospel, sermon or a dozen other things. But be assured. The wakeup call is a part of the old time religion and is good enough for me. Now again, we asked the question just what is the old time relation? The old time religion is the open door religion. At the time of the earthquake all the doors were opened. And everyone's bans loosed. The door's not open to let the prisoners out. But the but the let the jailer in to confer with Paul and Silas, God still opens doors today. Remember what the Lord Jesus told the church at Philadelphia in revelation three. He said these things say he that is holy he that is true. Hey, the half the key of David who opens and no man shuts, and who shuts and no man opens. I know that works, and thou have little power, and behold, I have set before the an open door, which no man shut when God opens the door. No man can shut it. And when he closes the door. No man can open it shirts Philadelphia with not a big church. The. Church's sardaz. Big name and was dead. It was a church with a little power, but because of faithfulness. Jesus said before them, an open door.

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"filipa" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"filipa" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Pledge that we candidates running for office. No information came case tolerate outside interference. Candidate for office place today. I'm making good in that. He's making good on that promise to sign a pledge. That was given to him by Europeans to not be influenced by, and that he wouldn't accept this information. Now who accepted this information Hillary accepted this information, the hookers peeing on beds? The whole Russian dossier is Russian disinformation campaign Putin intelligence allies feeding disinflation, and perhaps some correct information because the best propaganda, always has an element of truth. And then you, you know, you're off the reservation with the lies and, and the Democrats used that disinflation to try to damage President Trump, his campaign and his presidency now. That's what happened. I don't know if there's anybody out there that's still thinks that's not what happened if people like, you know, Mike Filipa, so. No, that's not what happened. No. That is what happened. That's what happened. That's not in doubt. That's not. Even the subject of debate at this point. That's precisely what happened, the Clinton campaign and the DNC the NC was being run and controlled by the Clinton campaign by this time took millions of dollars fed through a political law firm in Washington Perkins Kui hired fusion GPS, left-wing group, because that's run by former news reporters. At sei, you know, it's a liberal outfit. They hired Christopher Steele, a former British intelligence operative with ties to Moscow because when he was with them. I six he was Russia guy, and he suddenly is funneling back, all of this information, much of which we know to be untrue. And another third, we know is completely unfair unverified, and salacious and then elements of it may have grains of truth, but they're not the sensational elements. So the Clinton campaign paid through proxies through buffers. They like the Corleone family. They paid a foreign operative. Christopher Steele, who then got disinflation and perhaps also information from Russians, which was then used undermine President Trump. Now CNN is apparently unaware of this John Berman, and Allison Cammarata and Jim Shudo, a Clinton administration official, I was watching this yesterday. One of the big stories being written up about this was written up by among other people. Laura Jarrett, who is the daughter of Valerie Jarrett of the Obama White House. It's good. You know, the fixes in it's like a third world country around here in the news media. So there's Joe Biden. He has vowed to not accept this information from that. How long is that the soundbite? Well, let me listen to does he does he because he says he's not going to accept disinflation like Hillary did now Trump didn't do that. Trump Trump did not. Take information or disinflation from foreign entities. But Hillary Hillary's campaign, the DNC and the news media, their allies, their natural allies in the wild all accepted this information from not just foreigners from Russians. And again, just gushing with irony. They have no understanding of how ironic, this is Joe Biden says the sitting down with foreign people, they agreed to not take this information. But what does he do? What does he not agreed to take?.

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"filipa" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

05:47 min | 2 years ago

"filipa" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The next level really is all winning. I'm pretty much five hundred quarterback in my career so far, and I don't think that's where you wanna be. That's not you know why? Brought in his people are excited about yourself. If I don't play well if I don't have Gotti statistics, but we win multiple playoff games this year. The narrative will be I went to the next level. Kirk cousins gets it at times. I wonder Chris, whether he gets it that quote for the first time I can confidently say Kirk cousins gets it. I remember Don McNabb when he was playing. He said it all the time, and it's absolutely true. The quarterback gets too much credit when things go well the quarterback gets too much blame when things don't go. Well, that's how it works. And when when you sign on for a team that made it to the final four and upgraded to a quarterback that's getting eighty four million fully guaranteed over three years. The expectation is, you are going to be above five hundred. You are going to get to the playoff, and you're gonna win playoff games. And if you don't it's on you even if you had a great statistical season. Well, I mean, I've always thought Kirk cousins gets it. I mean that's when it comes a football. Now I mean I know there was that tweet. We talked about maybe five six weeks ago where you landed in Miami. And he's like, who would ever thought Miami was so nice and we were like well, we've known for a long time. It's kind of a big time city that's maybe he doesn't get it. But as a player. This is where I respect Kirk cousins. He is very transparent about his play. What the perception is around his career. He understands that he takes it head on. He doesn't try to avoid questions or Bs all of us with, you know, propaganda or BS type talk, and I respect that about him. He does get it. And yes, he had a good statistical year last year. I mean it was thirty touchdowns and ten interceptions and you know our perception of him now is worse than it was two years ago leaving the Redskins just because the Vikings record fell off from case keenum to Kirk cousins and yes, that's what we do. Right. Mike. We blame the quarterback too much this age this day and age in the NFL. Yeah, we do. But that's the way it goes, then you are going to have that gigantic contract. That is what goes along with it. And he can't say he's surprised when you take that money when you do that deal joining a team that was on the brink of the Super Bowl, and there's this and they couldn't contain themselves last year. There was no effort to real in the expectations there. Should have been. They couldn't help it. We're upgrading from case keenum Kirk cousins Kirk cousins hits. The open market, the first franchise quarterback on the right side of thirty who was healthy to ever be available in free agency with no draft pick compensation. This is phenomenal. And they were eight seven and one then fence struggle and the prime time big platform games when a lot of people can see what's going on. They show up they get it done. So that's, that's hey, look, he's got eighty four million dollars. That's right. He can wipe his tears with thousands bills. Chris, that's part of the reality of being that high paid quarterback. You do get criticized when you don't win. You're right. I'm not going to go home and shed a tear for Kirk cousins tonight. That's right. I mean he should be very happy. And then, guess he's making a lot of money. So within that you do open yourself up for criticism and as professional sports. But I think that we owe it to him and two other people in the NFL like this to be fair. I mean yeah, we just roll. You know, rolled off a bunch of things that were negative about last season that pertain to Kirk cousins. But let's, let's make sure we let everybody know what was negative about the Vikings in general, and that it wasn't all Kirk cousins. I mean their offense align coach. Tony Moreno, he passed away RIP to him. He's one of the better online coaches in football. John D Filipa refused to run the football last year. That's why he got fired midseason as the offense accord. Ordination. They were banged up on the offense align. They couldn't pass for tech. They couldn't run the football. The defense wasn't quite as dominant as we've seen in years past. So all that led to it. But that's where, you know, I understand we're going to criticize the perception around Kirk cousins, but it's also me as an ex quarterback with that. Drives me crazy just to go. It's not apples to apples. It's not just because okay so keenum was there. They were better Kirk cousins is there. And they're less. Oh, what a bus Kirk cousins is. No, there's a lot of other variables variables in football that lead to a bad season for the Vikings. I don't disagree with that. But the reality is, it's on Kirk cousins anything creases for this year. And he's right. His stats could be middle of the road. Right. But if the Vikings make it to the playoffs, and if he steps up and makes a big throw in a big moment came right? Nobody's going to care about interceptions incompletions bad passes bad decisions if he delivers when it counts that's what's going to be the headline for the Vikings twenty thousand nine hundred. Season and he knows it. He knows it. He admits it. And that's what is refreshing to me that he understands what it's going to take padding, your stats, that's not gonna cause anyone to say. Wow. That was a great investment by the Vikings winning games getting to the playoffs winning in January. That's what's gonna make people say the Vikings spent wisely they can say whatever they want they have to say what they have to say to sell the move for now. It doesn't look like it was a good expenditure of money after twenty nineteen it may look like it was a better decision. It depends not on touchdown passes or completion percentage of passer rating. Chris, it depends on win one hundred percent. And you know, it really if his stats are less this year as far as not as many yards and touchdowns, I would go out there, probably a better team because they're able to run the football and maybe control the clock and play through their defense. You know play Mike Zimmer and football. That's what they want to do. I mean, I think in the perfect world. Kirk cousins should have, you know, twenty eight twenty five touchdowns seven interceptions and.

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"filipa" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"filipa" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Trump is in Britain this morning, one comes in and touches down at stunts that at four, so Donald Trump has arrived in the United Kingdom on his state visit his formal state visit to the UK. Oh he's third. US president to be accorded this honour of a state, visit Filipa Thomas. The trip could be overshadowed by Brexit turmoil in Britain as well as a political feud with London's mayor on board air force. One of the trip across the Atlantic. The president unleashed a Twitter tirade against London. Mayor study con congress is back in Washington today from it's Memorial Day break with talk of impeachment continuing to swirl among some Democrats, but Ohio's Jim Jordan tells ABC's this week, it's important to remember special counsel, Robert Muller, did not have the evidence defined the president guilty of any wrongdoing. Bob Muller had twenty two months thirty million dollars. Nineteen lawyers forty FBI agents, five hundred witnesses twenty eight hundred subpoenas if he could've established obstruction. He would have done it. Also this week, the house expected to finally pass that stalled disaster aid Bill, and send it onto the president. Police in Virginia Beach have yet to announce a specific motive for that deadly shooting Friday that killed dwell on the investigation. We do not have that information that he was targeting anyone specifically. That's police chief James surveyor. There are reports the gunman who had resigned, his city position by Email Friday morning was facing Bishop literary action for alleged run-ins. He had with co workers, a senior North Korean official has appeared in state media days after he was reported as having been purged over the failed nuclear summit in with Washington, a photograph shows Kim Jong Chul tend to get concert and sitting just a few seats from leader, Kim Jong Hoon, the Golden State Warriors, have even the NBA championship series at one game apiece with a one nine zero four. Win over the Toronto. Raptors news international's townhall dot..

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"filipa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:37 min | 2 years ago

"filipa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"If area has never seen a million people were moved into temporary of from the low lying coastal areas of Aretha the government used both buses and tractors to try and get them to safety. But some villages refused to leave their homes. India's meteorological department says the storm will intensify over the next few hours as people across the state to stay indoor the chief of these your Langa. Nami has told the BBC that most of those expected of helping to carry out the Easter Sunday attacks have been apprehended left in general. Haitian ICA said he was confident any remaining suspects would be arrested soon. He said there was no intelligence to suggest further attacks were being planned. Mir research has confirmed that people with HIV who are undergoing effective drug treatment cannot pass on the virus to their sexual partners. The European study near studied nearly a thousand gay male couples for eight years, it found no cases of HIV transmission Filipa Roxby reports for many years evidence has been building that drug treatments for HIV reduce the virus to such low levels in the body that passing it on through sex is no longer risk. Their researchers behind this latest study said their findings provided conclusive evidence that this was the case for men who have sex with men as well as heterosexual. Couples Echarte said there needed to be better understanding among the public and among healthcare workers that anti retroviral therapy stops HIV transmission review, commissioned by the British Foreign office, indicates that Christians are the most PASOK you to religious group around the world. Its interim findings suggest that Christianity could be wiped out in parts of the middle. East are religious affairs editor Martin share reports. Today's interim report estimates that one third of the world's population suffers from some form of religious persecution with Christians being the most persecuted group, this is consistent with studies by the Pew Research Center, and the charity open doors, which reported that in twenty eight teen some two hundred forty five million Christians were persecuted with three hundred being killed on average every month. World news from the BBC. A Vietnamese woman who says he was tricked into helping to kill the half. Brother of the North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN has been freed from prison in Malaysia. Twenty home was one of two women arrested for smearing lethal nerve agent on kingdom mom's face at Kuala Lumpur international airport, two years ago. Me and MA's army has admitted that it shot dead at least six on armed people on Thursday who had been detained in a village school in kind state. It happened in an area where the military has previously been accused of committing genocidal crimes against religion Muslims. Nick peak reports journalists and most agencies are banned from northern rack state. So it's hard to verify exactly what happened in the early hours of Thursday morning. But army spokesman confirmed that troops had opened fire on unarmed detainees in a village school in ratted on township. He's quoted as saying that detainees tried to grab the soldiers weapons. So the troops had no option, but to shoot it's thought two hundred seventy five men had been held for questioning for any links to the rebels of the Eric and army who are ethnic Rakhine Buddhists unco issues have said they believe me an MAs army may have committed war crimes in these latest clashes with the rebels a charge. It denies a member of Sudan. Ruling military council has told the baby's either the armed forces will not accept a civilian majority on an interim power-sharing council left-hand general Solly of the colic said that was a red line. He would perhaps go as far as equal representation. But no further. At international team of scientists has warned that Madagascar's unique wildlife could be on the verge of being lost forever. There is operatives averted the country's new government to stop the destruction of forests by promoting sustainable farming methods. That's the latest BBC world news. Welcome to the real story on the BBC on Celia Hatton this week we're exploring hot topic in one of the coldest places in the world a couple years ago, we've found this male polar bear with a fresh hunt. I feel that he was skinny literally at the time. And we were able to get very close to this piece of CIC little zodiac that I was driving and people just became silent. You could hear only the wind and the clause off the polar bear, and you could smell the blood in the air. Today's day when I think about it is still gives me goosebumps. This one grew up in Beijing. But when her parents took her on an unusual holiday a guided voyage to the North Pole it changed her life. She was entrenched by the Arctic so much. So that she got a job with tore company that took her on that first trip. She now works as head Mandarin guide for quark expeditions in my experience. I have observed a growing interest in travelling to the Arctic among the Chinese the specifically for the Arctic that would be fell barred for polar bears optic wildlife and the North Pole, which is a very significant destination. Some of them I've met they are self made millionaires billionaires some of them are just simple people who have saved up for many many years and eventually bought themselves as a once in a lifetime experience. But I think there is something that links them all they're all going to the Arctic to seek something that I don't think they could find anywhere else. Other Chinese visitors to the Arctic have encountered a less welcoming atmosphere over fears that China's focusing in on the region it acquired several polar icebreakers, those massive ships that can cut passageways through icy waters, clearing the way for others and has become the second country after Russia to order a nuclear powered icebreaker. That's eyebrow. Raising for some rivals. Who question what China's doing with such an expensive piece of hardware when it lies nearly three thousand kilometers from the Arctic circle when China published its first Arctic policy last year, it called it self near Arctic state. It's ambitious polar silk road is part of China's wider belt and road initiative, the global plan to establish new trading routes all over the world. But it's interest is not just about shipping. The melting of the polar ice is making it possible for countries to exploit its riches from natural gas and oil too, rare minerals after all one senior Chinese general Aston twenty ten when we have one fifth of the world's. Population. Why shouldn't we access one fifth of its resources some fear that Beijing's going to grab resources, and that could exact a high environmental price other say that Chinese investments have been a lifeline for many of the Arctic communities who've been suffering from years of neglect. Who is right this week on the real story were exploring China's push to become a major player in the Arctic. And what that means for the rest of the world. Let's start by. Introducing our guests for this program. Very geographically diverse group. Annika Nilsson is an Arctic researcher with the Katie H oil institute of technology in Sweden. She's on the line from Stockholm. Mark Lynton is professor of political science at the Arctic university of Norway. He's on the line from Trump's which is within the Arctic circle. When runs young is an adjunct professor at the school of public policy and global affairs and the Universty British Columbia in Canada. He's an Ottawa with us today. And Rebecca Pinkus is an assistant professor at the US naval war. College. She's joining us from Rhode Island. Now, I'm eager to hear. How all of you view, China's activities in the Arctic. But I want China aside just for a moment. So we can set the scene. Let's talk about the Arctic itself. How is the region changing particularly in regards to its environment? And why is it getting attention now? Annika nilsson. Can we go to you on this? I yes, I mean, the reason why it's getting attention. Of course, is that it's the epicenter of.

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"filipa" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"filipa" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Could you please tell us what's going on? Shoe is off the market. He has tied the knot with his level. Any no says business psychologists Filipa Cohen, and they got married in a low key ceremony. He is Forty-six. She is thirty two. It was a civil ceremony at old Marnie bone town hall in central London. Aw, there's his son taking a picture on the top of the roof. Maybe was there for the week. I saw him running around in a white bikini in Italy doing films for the young pope. The young was doing at a genie beach bed. That wasn't that. I bet that's probably a fantasy scene show has fantasy seems like I'm fine for that. Yeah. I am. Okay. Okay. That's a weird show. Episode gave a friend's did. Indeed break the series record seventeen point eight million viewers to the bath battle of winter fell. That does include multiple platforms like streaming and HBO HBO now, but still seventeen point eight million when all seven for that episode fun news, either coal Kidman is going to team up with some big little lies folks for a new series at Hulu it'll be called nine perfect strangers Lee lion. Were I was getting to that. She told us when she was on our show that Nicole Kidman had option this bought bent. So here it is and David Kelly. Of course, it's going to be involved. Again. It is set at a boutique wellness resort where nine stress city-dwellers tried to get on a path to a better way of living. And watching over them in this retreat is the resort's director Masha Vancouver Kidman. It's called everybody has to give up their phones and. It's nine strangers and everybody is cracking up in their own way. Because why else would you go to attend a wellness retreat where you voluntarily give up your phone and can't leave because of its remote location with this sounds like it's going to be good. So. Little Indians or whatever the Agatha Christie. Dad, or you know, what that's the flavor of this people are cracking up like crazy right away. Yeah. And last but not least empire surprisingly to us has been renewed for season one week of edits head of its season finale. But at this time at this time, there are no plans for Justice mullets character to return. So he got married at the end. I think of this season, we see him get married, and it's so easy. They've done something similar to a character. In dynasty. They had him go off on a retreat. And he just hasn't come back. They'll pay jussie because he probably has a six or seven years six year contract for him to be on an extended honeymoon. Yes, exactly. It's real easy to write people.

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"filipa" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"filipa" Discussed on WJR 760

"That's a beautiful story continuing with stories about family businesses, helping others right and Filipa says the largest family owned provider of prosthetics orthotics and excessively solutions in the nation. And they are now celebrating their seventy fifth anniversary as a family business in nineteen forty four twenty flip a senior and his partner. Carol right founded, right and flips the company's roots date back to nineteen twenty nine. When twenty flip a senior slipped and fell beneath the wheels of a moving train. His legs were later amputated below the knees at young age tone experience the challenges in unique hardships facing people with disabilities. And these experiences fueled his lifelong passion for assisting others twenty succeed in the business by older son, Jean Filipa who expanded the company cross. Michigan and jeans younger brother AJ Phillipus currently serves as CEO see flips a grandson of the founder serves as executive vice president of business development, while we know it's important to protect your health. It's also important to protect your personal assets. Such as your business factory store, home boat or car provision insurance group can bundle your property insurance cover your assets provisioned insurance has access to over twenty insurance companies. So they can give you the best coverage at the best price. I was reviewing my personal insurance policy with Britain steal the CEO. And he found a number of areas where I thought I was covered and his attorney out. I was exposed in a number of these areas and not only did he help get the right insurance. But he also helped me save money vision must be doing something. Right. They are in Inc. Magazine's two thousand fastest growing companies of two thousand eighteen.

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"filipa" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"filipa" Discussed on WJR 760

"Daughters of Anthony swampy and both serve as vice presidents in the family business, the local family which last year sold their business for two point five billion recently donated two million dollars to citizens for research in epilepsy. Chicago based nonprofit Meridian health was founded by Dr David cotton and his wife Sherry in nineteen Ninety-seven. They grew to become one of the largest family owned managed care companies in the nation. Their son Michael cotton served as COO of murnian health. Michael's wife. Lisa cotton. Joined the board of citizens United for research in epilepsy in two thousand eighteen visa and Michael's daughter. Vivian died from epilepsy in two thousand fifteen when she was eighteen months old. Thanks, jeff. That's a beautiful story continuing with stories about family businesses, helping others right and Filipa says the largest family owned provider of prosthetics orthotics and excessively solutions in the nation. And they are now celebrating their seventy fifth anniversary as a family business in nineteen forty four twenty flip a senior and his partner Carl Wright founded, right and flips the company's roots date back to nineteen twenty nine when Tony Filipa senior slipped and fell beneath the wheels of a moving train. His legs were later amputated below the knees at young age tone, experienced the challenges in unique hardships facing people with disabilities. And these experiences fueled his lifelong passion for assisting others. Twentieth. Succeed in the business by Zoltan, gene. Filipa who expanded the company? Ross Michigan and jeans younger brother AJ is currently serves as CEO, see flips a grandson of the.

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"filipa" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"filipa" Discussed on KTOK

"There's no other way to put an ad sergeant Aaron Swayze with Yogi county sheriff's office. And he tells news for that forty four year old Keith McVicar communicated with an undercover officer for weeks to try to arrange sex with who he thought to be a thirteen year old girl McVicar was arrested Monday at the agreed upon location in Henrietta. And when he was arrested Swayze says he had three condoms in his pocket. A lawsuit has been filed in Oklahoma county district court challenging the medical marijuana regulatory framework signed into law last week by governor Kevin stead. The Tulsa world says the lawsuit was filed by former state health department general counsel. Julia Zell on behalf of a woman who is a licensed patient working in the medical field. That woman Leslie column claims the rules take away her due process rights now is L resigned from the health department last July amid allegations that she sent herself fake Email. Threats while she was working on emergency medical marijuana rules. The lawsuit that she filed seeks to block the so-called unity Bill from taking effect Bethany police have released the identity of the third body that was found at lake Oberholzer two weeks ago. Foul play is not suspected in the death of Sixty-six-year-old Terry Burchett of Bethany and Oklahoma City man who owns a lawn care company. That employs Mexican workers has pleaded guilty to demanding money from prospective workers in order to file their employment papers with the US department of labor. Prosecutors allege 48-year-old Filipa Gutierrez demanded and received up to ninety five thousand dollars from the workers he'll be sentenced in June. He faces a maximum sentence about to five years in prison. He also has to pay restitution to the victims, and he's finally back behind bars that Missouri jail escapee who drove to Oklahoma and managed to escape from a heave. After police car and then stole a pickup truck and drove back to Missouri. Thirty year old Travis Davis was arrested this morning and sedalia Missouri in the same county where he escaped from jail on March tenth he was spotted in somebody's garage and taken into custody..

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"filipa" Discussed on Nickel Package

Nickel Package

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"filipa" Discussed on Nickel Package

"You know, a long term contract at big money. And I think those lows haven't been as low, and I do think he's improved as a player, and he's got really good coaching. You know, he's been with like over the last few years. It's been what Andy Reid Doug Peterson of Frank Reich. Like he's gotten some really good coaching. And I think he's more at peace just sort of seeing you know, that that experience with the Rams nearly quitting football. And then coming back and seeing the highs of the high by winning the Super Bowl. So even this last season, you know, I think he ended the season really punk. He had a great game against the Texas. Really entertaining. Shootout against the Shawn Watson where he threw for like four hundred seventy one yards. But if you know watching the film of that thing flaws in the divisional round, you know, foles was probably the biggest reason I. They lost that game. I mean, they had opportunities and that defense holds the saints to twenty points, and he just inaccurate. He was inconsistent. After those first two drives. They don't score point really the rest of the way. And so those games do still exist. And I think they're going to this for the remainder of his career in. You talked about you know, how he's improved in Philadelphia in the lows are lower. And I grew with that. Right. Even the final games or or the beginning of the season it even though he wasn't incredibly wasn't Super Bowl Nick foles who's like one of the greatest Super Bowl quarterbacks in NFL history. Which is amazing. You know, he wasn't Rams Nick foles in those games. But a big part of that is context, right? I mean, the the coaching you mentioned the talent around him offensive line was better again at the end of the season. So then we when we talk she'll about some of the teams where he might go to Jacksonville being one. You hear a lot thrown around especially since they hired John D Filipo. And obviously they need a quarterback. Then you look at that roster. And you think okay, we've got this high variance quarterback who has these like incredible highs. But is it a bad like what will happen if we put him in a significantly worse situation? Yeah. I do think that that's totally a fair question. But just looking at some of the options, and I think you're right. That Jacksonville seems like a logical fit Denver. I think maybe could be an option for him. I mean, those are teams know the Jaguars. I think there were six than defensive Devi away last year, and they were thirtieth in ofensive passing delay. So there's this, you know, very defined strength and weaknesses on that football team. There's a coordinator there who he's familiar with like, you mentioned in dont, John D Filipa who really knows how to cater to full strength..

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"filipa" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"filipa" Discussed on Get Up!

"On ESPN dot com. Dan, I want to go through a few of those let's start with the NF off season. Some of the big names Levy on bell Antonio Brown. And Nick foles all getting talked about as being on the move. Where are they going? Let's start with foles. If falls very interesting because if you followed Adam schefters reporting over the weekend. No that whether it's by picking up their auction or franchising him. Eagles wanna have some say, we're foles goals. They don't want to end up in Washington or with the New York Giants. So I'm predicting the Jacksonville Jaguars of the team that acquires Nick foles via trade they just hired Johnny Filipa their offensive coordinator. He was eagles quarterbacks coaches time last year. And he's a guy that they think can help lower falls and get the most out of them if they decide to go that way, Levy unveils a free agent didn't play this year is hoping that he can get a monster contract. I'll Todd Gurley on the running back market a lot of teams with cab space, your New York Jets will certainly be a factor. I gave him to the Houston Texans. I think the team with a lot of cap space needs to add dynamic offense of weapon. They already have the number one receiver de'andre Hopkins, maybe a little bit closer to Super Bowl contention than some of the other teams that are going to have all that. And cap space to bid with I think Houston makes a big move and brings in Levy on bell as levian Pittsburgh. Steelers teammate Antonio Brown signs. Look like a trade. There is probably going to happen. Send him out of Pittsburgh team. I like for him is a San Francisco forty Niners. Kyle Shanahan loves the idea that number one wide receiver that can soak up targets you look at his history with guys like Julio Jones Andre Johnson PR sewn in his previous stopped a receiver. That can really be the focal point of the offense. There's nobody out on the market the fits that description better than 'Antonio Brown. All right. Interesting stuff, you have more predictions than I liked here, including your very high Cleveland next season. Aren't you? Well, I think this is going to be a big one this summer. I think you're going to hear a lot of people summer saying all look out for Cleveland by I wanted to get ahead of it. Right. I mean, anybody can make predictions in July. August we do it in early February. That's where the real action is. But I think Cleveland is a team that people are going to like it for good reason to win the AFC north. They finished hot five out of their last seven. They're bringing some continuity back in terms of the offense with Freddie kitchens becoming the head coach Baker Mayfield likes great deal. And just look at Pittsburgh. We already talked about they're going to lose Tonio Brown. They've already lost Levy on bell. Things are falling apart a little bit there in Pittsburgh, Baltimore, I think will have some growing pains around. Lamar Jackson his first full season Cleveland's gonna play third place schedule. For instance, they get to play the Broncos while those other teams in their division play the chargers and the chiefs makes a difference. I like that pick a lot. And then finally, but Flynn the crystal ball who's going to be playing and Super Bowl fifty four. Doubling down on the saints. I the saints last year as you may have heard they came pretty close. Controversial ending saints bounce back from the heartbreak second year in a row win the Super Bowl. I haven't beating the Houston. Texans. I think load up this off season as we already discussed a team. That's one three out of the last four division titles there in the south. I know it's crazy to pick against the patriots. And they're probably going to be there. But where's the fun in that when you're making predictions in February for next year? I like it again, the column is a lot of fun. It's up on ESPN dot com right now. Dan, Grazziano ten bold predictions and bring nor Laskey back into the conversation. Let's go back through some of the individuals that he was talking about there and Tonio Brown on the forty Niners. How would you like that fit? I would love it. I would. 'cause here's why they already have marquees Goodwin. A vertical threat guy George kit. Prove that he is a very good tight end. And they've got Dante Pettis. So then you're going to add in Tonio Brown a guy. That's got six traits. Seasons of one hundred plus catches eight.

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"filipa" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

Bleeding Green Nation

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"filipa" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

"So that's the situation. I could see like if I had to find that station. I just I don't see that situation happening. So I don't think us at the worry about that. I don't think Carson has to worry about that. I will wonder where is Nichols gonna end up because you know, that I'm looking at this list of option so DS I released the odds for the most nine likely Nichols destinations this offseason and inorder are read all nine it is the dolphins is Washington is the Jaguars is the Broncos the eagles are fifth somehow. But I think this might have come out before w had to say what he said on Monday so day was so into that giants are six writers are seventh Panthers are eighth. And then also tied for eighth is the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Do you have a favorite John? Do you think any of those teams jumps out to you? Well, I would have said the Jacksonville Jaguars because they just higher. Jonty filipov. Offensive coordinator. But listening to Ben solich on the latest kids Solex show, kind of talk me out of that a little bit because it was really their thing that Coughlin doesn't really like Nick foles doesn't think he's all that good of a quarterback. And I do agree with him. I think what what d- Filipa really did. Well in two thousand seventeen was not necessarily shepherding. Nick, foles threw the postseason was developing. Carson Wentz was was his big accomplishment. And we've seen him do that with other young quarterback. So I agree. I think I think Jacksonville goes with a younger quarterback. And I don't know I agree with Ben that I don't think Defoe necessarily has the cachet as a new hire to say this is the quarterback. I wanna bring in. So so no, I I agree now. I don't necessarily think the Jaguars are the right spot. I guess I could see the dolphins potentially. You know, the team actually the team. I think probably has the best chance, and I would hate to see it as I think Washington, I think Washington has is a logical landing spot. It's. He doesn't have a lot of you would have a lot of talent to to throw the ball to in Washington. But what are the Redskins gonna do? They don't have a really a high enough draft pick to to pick a quarterback. I I've seen I've seen a mock or two or Cuyler Murray is still there for Washington to nab at what are they fifteen or sixteen..

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"filipa" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

The Jim Ross Report

04:31 min | 3 years ago

"filipa" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

"Not o'clock eastern access TV while women of wrestling brand new series. And I just got a gut feel interesting. What I has seen of it. We're go. You're all going to be very pleasantly surprised. I'm critical of my wrestling. I'm kind of old school wrestling. Snob. View honest with you and could be a little bit snooty. I wasn't. I was expecting lists. I got more when I watched the traitor. I really enjoyed it. And then Washington watching Filipa sewed as I will Friday night. I'm looking forward to because I have I have been I haven't previewed any of the episodes, David. I've not I don't know the connections you have and the I'm in the Ed bay. I gotta tell you JR. No, one knows talent better than you know, one. I mean, we could name off the talent that you've. Seeded and brought the for wish in in the industry in. It's unparalleled your eye for talent and your understanding of what wrestling should be. There's no one that matches your ability, and as you said, you're critical. There's a wrestler called the beast who's learned to be the first wrestler in the while Friday night at nine o'clock episode on access TV, and she is really something special. She's a fee nom. I like to say because when Andre the giant walked over the third rope. You knew you saw fee nom when Joni Lawler China walked into the ring with triple h you knew even looking at triple h in them combined. You saw a fee nom. Use all something special. That's going to happen Friday night when fans see the beast in the ring, she's really something special in new our industry. She's a head Turner folks show, you'll you. Will not be mistaken, which one's the beast. That's right. There's no doubt about it. I david. I know you're busy again. Thanks for taking the time to hop on. Where this I wish nothing, but the best of luck on your show, you're dealing with good folks that access TV. I had I they're still they're my friends for life. And I'm I'm hoping that somewhere down the road that we can read rejoin our business relationship, and and do some more things together. So you just don't burn any bridges, and you to stay healthy, and you lessons and move forward. Tonight. I'm looking forward to becoming a fan on Friday nights of their Friday night. And you're you're all David. Thank you JR in what a blessing to talk to you today. What what an honor? I've had today free. Shut you buddy. So good luck. And the next time. You're I work on one of those tapings all I'd love that. Yeah. That would be fantastic. I enjoy a fan. I'm a wrestling fan. Unabashedly? Don't care bother me well to onto. Dale older care about what others think about me because I'm a wrestling fan. Well, it'd be an honor to introduce you to genie bus, and I have to tell you something similar to you. She has not in. We've sent them to her. She will not watch an episode until she watches it on Friday Night Live like a fan. She wants van experience a lack of she's got. She's smart doctor Jerry didn't raise the fool. No, not at all. In fact, just real one quick. No, you'll appreciate that. Because you're a fan of women's wrestling. Dr bus knocked on her door when she was a little girl and said come on downstairs, you got to watch TV. And she said why dad why and he said the world of women's sports is going to change, and you've got to watch it. Why why come downstairs her dad made her sit on the sofa with them and watch Billie Jean King beat Bobby Riggs? And when it was over he looked at his little daughter and said sports will never be the same women are going to grow will. It's taken. Few years. But here we go, and we're going to see some growth Friday night on access TV, no doubt. David, good luck. And and nothing, but success, my friend. Thank you JR. Mission. Earlier about barbecue. Sees I I was grilling in my little outdoor kitchen a couple of nights ago with the heater on out there wearing two layers outerwear. Because I was hundred for grill food, and so I pulled it off all the time with that in mind, you may be the.

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"filipa" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

The Jim Ross Report

04:31 min | 3 years ago

"filipa" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

"Not o'clock eastern access TV while women of wrestling brand new series. And I just got a gut feel interesting. What I has seen of it. We're you're all going to be very pleasantly surprised. I'm critical of my wrestling. I'm kind of old school wrestling. Snob. View honest with you and could be a little bit snooty. I wasn't. I was expecting lists. I got more when I watched the traitor. I really enjoyed it. And then Washington watching Filipa sewed as I will Friday night. I'm looking forward to because I have I've been I haven't previewed any of the episodes, David. I've not I don't know the connections you have and the I'm in the Ed bay. I gotta tell you JR. No, one knows talent better than you know, one. I mean, we could name off the talent that you. Seeded and brought the for wish in in the industry in. It's unparalleled your eye for talent and your understanding of what wrestling should be. There's no one that matches your ability, and as you said, you're critical. There's a wrestler called the beast who's learned to be the first wrestler in the while Friday night at nine o'clock episode on access TV, and she is really something special. She's a fee nom. I like to say because when Andre the giant walked over the third rope. You knew you saw fee when Joni Lawler China walked into the ring with triple h you knew even looking at triple h in them combined. You saw a fee nom. Use all something special. That's going to happen Friday night when fans see the beast in the ring, she's really something special in new our industry. She's a head Turner folk show you'll. Will not be mistaken, which one's the beast. That's right. There's no doubt about it. I david. I know you're busy again. Thanks for taking the time to hop on. Where this I wish nothing, but the best of luck on your show, you're dealing with good folks that access TV I had I they're still they're my friends for life. And I'm hoping that somewhere down the road that we can re rejoin our business relationship, and and do some more things together. So you just don't burn any bridges, and you to stay healthy and count you lessons and move forward. Tonight. I'm looking forward to becoming a fan on Friday nights of their Friday night. And you're you're all day. Thank you JR in what a blessing to talk to you today. What what an honor? I've had today free. Shut you buddy. So good luck. And next time. You're I work on one of those tapings all I'd love that that would be fantastic coup. I enjoy a fan. I'm a wrestling fan. Unabashedly? Don't care bother me well to onto. Dale older care about what others think about me because I'm a wrestling fan. Well, it'd be an honored introduce you to genie bus, and I have to tell you something similar to you. She has not in. We've sent them to her. She will not watch an episode until she watches it on Friday Night Live like a fan. She wants van experience a lack she's got. She smart doctor Jerry didn't raise the fool. No, not at all. In fact, just real one quick. No, you'll appreciate that. Because you're a fan of women's wrestling. Dr bus knocked on her door when she was a little girl and said come on downstairs, you got to watch TV. And she said why dad why and he said the world of women's sports is going to change, and you've got to watch it. Why why come downstairs her dad made her sit on the sofa with them and watch Billie Jean King beat Bobby Riggs? And when it was over he looked at his little daughter and said sports will never be the same women are going to grow. Will. It's taken a. Few years. But here we go, and we're going to see some growth Friday night on access TV, no doubt. David, good luck. And and nothing, but success, my friend. Thank you JR. You know, mission earlier about barbecue sees I I was grilling in my little outdoor kitchen a couple of nights ago with the heater on out there wearing two layers outerwear. Because I was hundred for grill food, and so I pulled it off. I've all the time with that in mind, you may be.

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"filipa" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"filipa" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Why we play this game. Now, you know once you get to January and February. That's why we show of in April. Bard try to build some special. Go ahead. You said you enjoy all Sean Jeffrey employing the crowd. I mean, listen Jeffrey won that battle because he's a Super Bowl champion after he left Chicago. But as I was watching this game, I thought a two things right? As from the Viking fan perspective that I try to tell boomer that T needs to understand was the Vikings lost by fifty to the bears in this game. And the bears screwed themselves by beating the Vikings on week seventeen. They've loved to get that Vikings offense up there yelling and screaming at each other. Because they'd probably be an individuals. And also there was this big debate at the end of last year with the eagles foles, and how this happened at who is the person who was most responsible out of these coaches right yet Peterson yet Frank Reich, and you had John de Filipa that everybody loved okay? Frank Reich ghost in. Playoffs. Starting one in five. All right now, they're going to go in play in the divisional round Doug Peterson once again with Nick foles is in the divisionals and John de Filipo gets hired as a Vikings offense Goerner gets fired before the season. Sorry about that. Dude. Man. You got the wrong guy. Anyway. But it does look like they're not gonna hire Hugh Jackson, which is a that's a good. Chargers ravens yesterday in Baltimore and Lamar Jackson a very slow start came to life in the fourth quarter. They had a chance down six with the ball. Second. Ten.

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"filipa" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"filipa" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"And you get ready for some football tonight. And of course wild card weekend of coming in the National Football League. This falling black Monday in the NFL, Thom Tillis, our guest from the NFL network, and and Tom a quarter of the league is changing coaches seems like a lot. Why why do you think so much turn over this year? There's a lot. But it's not that off of historical norms. The NFL turns over the entire league every four years on average. I think that what's unique about this year is that you don't have the typical type of candidates that are available. Normally, you know, it's probably about sixty percent of hires. The in the hot veteran offensive coordinator types this year, those guys don't exist. I mean, you want to say John D Filipa was going to be that guy. It doesn't work out for him in Minnesota. He gets fired. You have Josh mcdaniels. Of course backed out on the colts last year. He's in the mix again and has a couple of requests for them. And then you've really got a bunch of you know, relatively inexperienced guys guys with your having called plays or only three play called plays. And that's why you're seeing names like Eric enemy with the chiefs and Zack Taylor with the Rams getting, you know, a decent amount of action at least in terms of interview with quest. Just simply because you know, teams aren't exactly sure where they're going to find that guy. And you also see a bunch of teams that And if. putting out a lot of requests. You know, you could see teams do it. Doesn't interviews your bore simply because there aren't that many targeted candidates outside of Mike McCarthy? Well, that actually brings me to what I think is a net positive like, I I understand when you look at the number of African American coaches only two currently in the National League, it does get somebody's attention. But one of the hardest things to to do or to have if you're black head coach. I if you're a candidate is do you have head coaching experience. And now through some of these cycles, there is a depth of guys the gym call wells out there as well. As the Marvin Lewis is and others that have lost their job. But they do have head coaching experience, which is kind of part of breaking through in changing some of the ratios for the future. Is that a fair way to look at it? All potentially. You just have to think then. Okay. You'll Vance Joseph tenure in Denver more irresolvable with skate Wilkes his DS tenures reflects well or poorly. I mean, see Wilkes is. I don't know. Exactly. But I believe he's late forties. You know at that point too. If ever does he get another opportunity. I think that that's where you have some issues here. If you're going to, you know, let's take zone as an example, you come in with a team that signed Sam Bradford for like twenty million dollars you draft a quarterback. Hi, they didn't hire Steve Wilks until like three weeks after last season ended. And so a lot of his picks for assistant coaches were not available..

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'The Ranch': Dax Shepard joins Netflix comedy as recurring following Danny Masterson's exit

Lori and Julia

01:30 min | 4 years ago

'The Ranch': Dax Shepard joins Netflix comedy as recurring following Danny Masterson's exit

"Will be happy to hear this news stars has added a third series from filipa gregory there was the white queen the white princess get the spanish prince iceberg casting it will revolve around catherine of aragon the beautiful teenage princess of spain who had been promised to the english throne to the english known since she was child now we're husband prince arthur he die suddenly because she was still region she get married again right away to henry henry the eighth be so good the stars dax shepard getting another job he will be a recurring guest star in the second half of the ranch's season is on netflix play loop former soldier who comes to garrison this is the name of the town with some history concerning the ranch there he meets the ballots and forms of bond with ashton kutcher character he's replacing that danny mass it's not really know what they needed another do not do it so he's friends with ashton kutcher and sam elliott who swiss dash the absolutely adore as the dead on the show nickelodeon recruiting another one of its former heads nineties kids here we go larisa explains it all they're going to rebuild it with former star melissa joan hart she will reprise her role as clarisa darlie goaty this time you'll play the mother of the family as opposed to the dog hey look at that as she got.

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