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"francis capital" Discussed on Female Criminals
"Back to fighting. That wouldn't happen right away though soon after gene ceremony. Charles and the burgundian. The truce until after easter in march fourteen thirty john was getting impatient. Her time was running out so she made herself a promise. Whenever the peace ended. She vowed to be somewhere near paris. She was determined to take back. Francis capital no matter the cost up next jeanne to arc's closest allies abandoned her when she needs them the most. Now you're firmly outside your emotional comfort zone. How about a trip outside base jumping canyoneering mountain biking or maybe just anywhere but home wherever you go. The broncos sport is built wild with seven available modes that go over any type of terrain it also features cargo management system for all your gear interior bike racks molly straps and more. So you're never not prepared for an adventure. Broncos port built wild learn more at ford dot com. This episode is brought to you by progressive. 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Potential savings will vary discounts vary and are not available in all states and situations now back to the story in the winter of fourteen thirty john to arc. Waited out a truce between the french. And the english in france's loire valley. She celebrated her eighteenth birthday and vowed to be near paris whenever the war resumed unsurprisingly. The truce did little to quell. The tensions between french and english forces after decades of war and francis citizens didn't appreciate being pawns in the game. So frustrations started to boil over in a small town located fifty miles. North of paris. Compagno was one of several towns king. Charles the seventh handed over to the burundians in the truce. The town citizens however wanted to stay loyal to the french monarch. They started strengthening their walls and collecting weapons to fight. The burgundian 's and john couldn't wait her one year. Expiration date with the french army was quickly approaching. But there was just one problem in mid april. John received another angelic message. But this one was disturbing. The saints didn't predict a victory for the french. No this was a warning. John would be taken prisoner that summer. Naturally john was scared. She begged the angels to do something to save her. But the saints said they couldn't stop it. This was her fate however we need to remember. That message could have been caused by a mental illness or another sickness but over time it seems. Her illusions evolved from simple war predictions into persecutory delusions. A two thousand fourteen study in social psychiatry and psychiatric epidemiology defined this as a belief that others are planning to cause you harm. It's also a severe type of paranoia. That may be associated with psychosis and schizophrenia. While it's impossible to know of. John had either. She did seem to experience some of the typical after-effects of persecutory delusions anxiety and depression. She was distressed and terrified for weeks. After this vision to john god had always helped her out of her hopeless moments but now he seemed to be leaving her into her darkest one even worse. It seemed to confirm her prediction that she'd only serve one year in the army. That time was almost up even still. She didn't tell anyone about what the angels had told her. So everyone was surprised when she withdrew from strategic meetings. And stop talking to the captain's she'd always been so passionately involved still traveled north with the army but she wanted nothing to do with fighting anymore. It seemed like she was losing her faith until one moment made her feel more connected to god. Then ever as the story goes. John ended up in the town of lonnie sur marne with her squadron in late april one day. A few frantic young girls ask john to follow them to a church. They needed help and quickly. John thought this was a curious request but enjoyed helping the townspeople so she obliged inside the church. She saw large angelic statue and next to it. Lay a dead baby. The girls explained that the infant died when it was just three days old before it could be baptized because the baby didn't have a christening it meant that the child wouldn't get into heaven. The baby's distraught mother was hoping for a miracle and here was jaw. Famous for being blessed. With god's favor the mother begged john to pray with her and bring the baby back to life for just a minute just long enough to be baptized. This wasn't just a religious request. It was also one that had likely helped the mother come to terms with her baby's steph. A two thousand fourteen studied by sociologists. Deborah kerr and shane sharpe in the journals of gerontology stated that those who believe in an afterlife find comfort in knowing their late loved one lives on in heaven. Even if sean wasn't aware of that she did see how much this meant to the mother and agreed. She knelt down and prayed with the group within minutes. They noticed the infant yawn three times immediately. Genre up the baby and poured holy water on its head welcoming it into the church and then when the blessing was complete the baby died again at least so they say if the story's true it likely wasn't the phenomenon that john and the villagers thought it was. It's possible that the baby moved as a result of rigor mortis which we now know can cause. Movements and muscle stiffness several days after death but for john. The event was just the sign she needed to get back to the war. She resumed strategizing and.
"francis capital" Discussed on The Box Of Oddities
"October vershow. We've done for a year and a half super excited we'll have all the details for you very soon but we did want to let you know. We have officially but alive show. Yeah yes yeah yes. It's in new york city. Say that first one we booked in new york city. So if you're in the new york city area we'll beginning details to your pretty soon. Probably shouldn't have even told you yet because we haven't signed the contract. But i think that we've we've come to an agreement that's going to work. That's right yeah there has been oral. Well i mean there has there's been confirmation and and head nodding on both sides don't forget also are looped show is coming up on the twenty seventh. That's of course anybody can watch it. Because it's on the interweb and tickets for that will go on sale sometime this week. Very excited about that as well. I am always jazzed about new inc sound. Yeah it's the you tattoo us show you what we're calling it and that's why you've been calling. I don't know what else to call it. You're going to choose our tattoo and we're gonna get it while we tell. The story live on the internet. So it'll be fun slash painful but mostly fun all right. You'd better get into your story before. My voice gives out okay so paris. Oh perez repair elite right. We've talked about you. Know maybe making paris a destination for maybe an upcoming anniversary or something make a special trip out of it. I'm super excited. It's francis capital. It's a major european city and a global center for art and fashion and culture. In of course you know that if you want to see incredible historic pieces of art. You want to go to paris course. There's the the national museum of modern art. Which houses pieces by picasso and matisse and warhol impolitic day or say which has impressionist and expressionist masterpieces by van gogh and day guy. There's the petite palace thirteen hundred pieces from artists. Like cezanne and monet. it's a magical place. you had me at louvre louvre. Louver that place with the big glass pyramid right. I always think about In the vinci code where the police officer says that. It's a scar on the face of paris. But i think it's pretty so you know whatever floats your boat i guess. Scattered about the city of paris are treasures of the world that inspire us and teach us about history and culture and ourselves including the paris sewer museum. But now there's no is not some sort of sterile white walled building with photos of your days. Shitter holes no now. This museum is the sewer. It's actually in the sewer sewer museum about sewers. And in the sewer. Do they have ninja turtle display because that would be awesome and your tour guide is splinter of course. It is some more specifically. The museum is in the sewers beneath the key. Dorsey on the left bank. And around the year twelve hundred. The first drains were built in the streets of paris. The streets have been paved and in thirteen seventy. The i covered sewer was built which ran into a stream in the city Before then the population would take the water directly from the river seine and once they had used it in whatever way they were using at They would throw it onto the unpaved of paris or whatever and much of it would run back into the seine. We've discussed how Sewage treatment back in the day was not great. That's when they had sewage-treatment oftentimes sewage treatment in those days was defined as just dumping it in the street. Yeah that's what i meant. That was their sewage treatment. It was just my butts done with this. Now it's yours. To behold during the first french empire covered sewage system was developed covering an area of eighteen miles in eighteen. Seventy eight a double water distribution network and a sewage system over three hundred. Seventy two miles long was introduced because it had been discovered that the filthy water that was released into the city center was causing illness in plague and therefore Gutters were placed in the streets as well as water pumps and other essential requirements which transformed the sewage system into a modern structure. So organiz tars of the sewers. Where i offered in eighteen eighty nine tours were available twice. Monthly and visitors were transported through the sewers on boats and wagons these days after going down the stairs from the ground ticket office. You enter a long gallery. The key dorsey that runs parallel to the seine. The museum details the history of the sewers and the role of sewer workers and methods of water treatment and such now. This museum does not smell great. All i wouldn't imagine it. It did now. it's under the city. It's humid everything is a little damp all the time. It's been soaked in feces for over a millennia right. So it's not. It's not doing great as far as a flu via you'll see pipes. Of course there's a flushing machine. That's used to clean the sewers which is like a really big toilet tank and flush valve which is funny to think of on a large scale and there's also a five ton flushing boat which ran through the main sewer line. In the days of your. You'll also pass a large basin that traps solid material from the wastewater. It says on the museum website that the sewers recover more than fifteen thousand cubic meters of. What's called grit. Okay so this sewer system is still in use. Yes parts of it. Oh my god right and people pay to go. Yup see it. Yeah sewer maintenance equipment from past and present including these huge wooden balls that are used to clean the tunnels so they're just ever so slightly smaller than the width of tunnel and they just jam through kind of like cleaning the the sides of your intestine. It's like sewer fiber. Wow yeah shaven the plaque off the inside of your heart artery that has got to be one sought after profession. There are mannequins of sewer workers in their underground gears. So you can see like what the history of sewer worker uniforms look like which is kinda cool and there's also a self directed video that you can watch talks about how There are watchmen. Who used to help you. If you dropped something in the sewer so like fancy parisian ladies could call and be like monsieur drama pepper hook in this deal and then they would go along my apologies to those of you. Who are french. listen don't apologize for me. That was great. That was a spot on french. Accent no was very peppy lip. You disagree anyway. So they have sewer boats they should turn it into a fluid ride. Bring your poncho. The museum is currently closed for renovations. They're making it more accessible. For people you renovate.
"francis capital" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"You're sitting here talking about how warm the cockles of your hard you could just see the capitol building i mean. Are you saying you wanted warm. Your heart voluntary. There's some are you saying. Are you feel good about that. i know i don't want to see the destruction of the capitol building state. I can tell you this that. When i heard about the violence this morning that was occurring. I said i woke up in texas. Somebody who sent me the news. I said well this is pretty. You know politics is violence the threat against your neighbor. Of course people are going to react these. This is the probable almost future of two hundred years of us going back and forth and back and forth. Now it's going to be the red team notes could be the blue team and this is gonna keep on happening and frankly. I don't think america's gonna to be a nicer place anytime soon because i don't think Joe biden have the guts to have the right to have the right personality types. Let's say that in order to create a better nation. But if they did i would cure it. I'd be below you talking about. How could a politician have a personality type. That could do anything to make things any better. This country these people cannot get along. People do not agree and you know biden being a better speaker or being. Somehow you know more personable or kamala harris being more personal ain't gonna do jack diddly to up person i'm not talking about being personal personal what i would say in fact is that i would like to see from a president. That's hey look. The united states federal government has gotten in your business a great deal. We're going to leave the job of governing where it belongs to the states. And y'all can deal with that constitutional role. i understand. No one's proposal. We're gonna happen speaking francis capital. What do you mean neither is burning down the capital. Did you think that a bunch of people were going to break into it today. I'm sure yesterday you thought that would have been impossible but today it happened. The only reason it didn't burn down nobody decided to torch the place so they're lucky that didn't happen. If this were any other place that could very well have happened. There are plenty of other national capitals. That had been lit on fire in the last two decades. So it's not unheard of at all More coming up here. I don't know if mark scott more he can stay. It's free talk. Live july twenty fifth. We adopted april. She's a purebred orange and why britney but once you started scratching like crazy. I said to john gotta be her food. You know what you put into dog is what you get out. We heard this radio commercial and this woman was so excited about dina. no v. I t. e. dot com. John i'm getting so the dinah by tom nice is a lifestyle moment she loves her dog for hours lays a little bit in her ball so we have a huge scoop of dynamite in it and then we switched it around like gravy. 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"francis capital" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"News radio 8 40. W H. A s top story. Louisville Health officials say they will be opening a covert 19 mass vaccination site at the fairgrounds next week. It will be a broadband arena and will open on Monday. Metro medical director, Dr Sarabeth Hartle. It says Phase one b of the vaccination effort is expected to begin in late January based one being have a lot of different groups have non medical first responders could be people like our police department. Some firefighters We also have educators and other so called critical infrastructure. On and then we have a category for adults over the age of 70 Phase one. A of the vaccine distribution is currently underway with health workers and long term care facility, residents and staff getting the doses. That phase is expected to last another 3 to 4 weeks. Governor. Bashir BIZ calling Coburn 19 vaccinations distributed by a Louisville, Walgreens to the general public a mistake But to one local woman, it was a blessing. Suzanne Duval has more I choke since June, like all I want for Christmas is a Kobe that see Julie Dryden, who got the vaccine calls it a Christmas miracle because she is immuno compromised. The Walgreens store online killed Lane and Louisville offered vaccines to customers on Christmas Eve because they were about to expire due to an issue with storage, she tells wook why immune deficiency Coupled with the long illness and being that this is a respiratory virus. I'm it. Yes. Super high Exposure. Governor Bashir says the vaccine isn't available to everyone yet, and the right move would have been to get any extra shots to nursing homes for use Next. Suzanne Duval news radio 8 40, wh A Yes in Washington. A Senate vote to override President Trump's defense policy be Taub is scheduled for tomorrow. Speaking on the Senate floor, Majority leader Mitch McConnell urged his colleagues to support the defense legislation that President Trump vetoed wants in six decades. Has a Congress let it differences prevented? From completing this work for our national security and our men and women who wear the uniform and a major rebuke to the outgoing president. The House on Monday overwhelmingly voted to override Trump's veto of the must pass sweeping defense policy bill known as the Endia. If the Senate also overrides the president's veto, it will be the first time Congress has successfully rejected a presidential veto during Trump's presidency. Happened. Folders. ABC NEWS Washington Renowned fashion designer Pierre Cardin has died at the age of 98 Garden passed away this morning and Francis Capital Region, he presented his first women's collection in 1953, and for decades, he dressed some of the world's most notable movie stars, political figures and social icons. Could an increase in fatal accidents and at least one state be related to the pandemic. Correspondent Jim Crow Sula says the answer is yes, there's been a nearly 10% increase in highway fatalities in North Carolina this year, despite a big drop in the number of people on the road because of the pandemic highway safety experts reason. That with less traffic people are driving faster and that could be a factor in the rise in fatal wrecks. Governor Bashir's Coben 19 briefing is coming up at four o'clock. I'm Paul Miles news radio 8 40 W H. A s. It's Joe Elliott had news radio 8 40. W 80 s in here for Terry miners were coming up on 3 36 year We will hear what the governor has to say had around four o'clock today. It should be his final press briefing of the year. He does this most days to talk about Kobe and we'll see what we have always kept up to speed with those we'll see what the governor has to say today. And I know there are a lot of folks who are concerned about the rising number of covert issues that we're having, and then we've really done pretty well here in the in the Commonwealth. Now That's not to say we don't have problems because we do certainly, and and that's going to be a problem anywhere, but we're sure not South Dakota or somewhere. We're not. We're not a state that has seen this spiral out of control. And I think the governor is really looking at at trying not to, for instance, close restaurants again. I think there's a there's a push stronger push to get kids back to school, and that's something that I really hope we will be able to do. I know it's something Dr Polio and many folks that Jefferson County public schools want to do. But, you know, you think about this and how kids have really for the most part, been out of school since last March. I mean, we're talking 10 months here in just a few days. Almost 10 months, and I mean that is for kids that is forever. And we are learning that kids do not apparently did not spread do not have the sum of the same issues that we had. We had feared. That's not to say that there are issues because there are But it's not as if it's not as difficult as we once thought. Itwas and you really do have to sort of way that cost benefit factory should go through these things. What's the What's the cost? And what's the benefit? The benefit? Of course, is you you want to reduce the The rate of infection around the Around the country, but Again at what cost at what cost to kids at what cost to families that would cost Tekin learning and having that educational experience, So it is a really tough decision for for school administrators and for politicians and for everybody involved in what about parents. You know, I've talked to a lot of parents. Some say I can't wait until Little Johnny gets back to school. He's got to go. It's got to happen. There are other people who say no. You know, I don't want to be in a situation where I'm going to send my kids. It's too dangerous and I don't want to send my kid to school. So the schools are gonna basically be forced Tonto. Essentially have a couple of different programs going on. What about the teachers who don't want to come back and there are certainly some of them. So I do think that our school administrators really do have their hands full and there are lots of lots of concerns and lots of problems there. I've talked to a couple of health care professionals who are really excited that they're going to get the vaccine. In some cases, they already have gotten the vaccine. And while a lot of people are concerned about it Obviously, most of our health care Uh, our health care people are people who Maybe it's your dental hygienist. Maybe it's your physical therapist. Maybe it's it's the nurse at the doctor's office. Maybe it's a position. Most of those folks that I have talked to really don't seem concerned. About the virus about the getting the back seat..
"francis capital" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Became a direct competitors to Toys R Us in 1994 when it expanded its small locations and began opening stores known as KB Toy Works in December. 2000 Bain Capital purchased the company for 305 Million in partnership with KV to Waste management Team. KB Toys suffer tough competition during the 2003 Chris Season, but $300 million in debt. KB Toys filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in January 2004 and closed more than 600 stores, resulting in layoffs of more than 3400 of the employees. 13,000 employees. KB Toys exited Chapter 11 bankruptcy in August 2005 with 90% of its ownership. Under PK BT Holdings, an affiliate of Francis Capital Management, the company had 640 stores because of poor sales at its small based locations. As well as competition. The company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on December 11th 2008, the chain began going out of business sales. That month, KB Toys brand and related Intangible assets were sold by Strange Bake LLC to Toys R Us on September 4th 2009 for a reported $2.1 Million Strategic Marks LLC, a company that buys and revives defunct brands register a trademark for KB Toys in 2016 after Toys R Us allow the previous registration to lapse. In March. 2018 strategic Marx founder Elia CASS oft stated that due to Toys R Us going out of business, the United States Strategic Mark's plan to open 1000 KB Toys pop up stores across America for Black Friday in early 2018 Castoff announced that the relaunch will be delayed until 2019 in March. 2019 CASS upside of the lack of funding as the reason of the pop up stores did not open this plant. As of August 2020. There has been no news for a strategic marks about the TV twice room. Viable. Welcome back Chicago to protecting your assets with Steve Scheinman of Will say financial will save calm. And we're on our last segment. For 2021.
"francis capital" Discussed on Parcast Presents
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"francis capital" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This is the business of sports from Bloomberg radio with scouts ashik Michael Barr and Evan novih William thank you very much for joining us we're here each and every week for you at the same time talking to the biggest names in sports and that name this week is mark he's the chairman CEO of capitol for he's investing in Washington city open tennis tournament looking to make it a destination event in that way mark again thanks for talking with us now let's talk about the future of tennis even Serena Williams at some point has the hand things off they have to hand the baton to the young guns what do you see for the future of tennis and France connecting to the new star our short so we're really fortunate that a couple weeks before our bank cocoa Bob after her Wimbledon one her family called that they want to make her next appearance in DC this week we were very lucky because due to some arcane wall she couldn't we couldn't give a wild card even in the qualifying but the day before she ended up getting in the qualifying draw and that you know qualifying weekend where you up and people aren't in the main draw qualifying usually get the fairly sparse crowd and on the Sunday of qualifying it was basically a fell out over seven thousand people came out to watch in every match coco played just what does that stand for completely fall she ended up qualifying losing the first and then we'll and her partner won the doubles and the crowds that that followed her it was extraordinary and it's clear not only is she captivated tennis fans but if people much more broadly than that so that that's one fantastic example but similarly on the on the men's and women's side our whole strategy here with some brave the knack but on the man by Dave branded the next young players and there is that of which neck carry out this one Francis capital on a disease that I'm in on the women's side matter keys and Sloane Stephens and and cocoa coming up and with our and people respond fantastically well and deep set of players is not just one or two there's a large set of them go riding through the ranks may have been breakthroughs during the torque and we actively marketed the event around them rather than what Kenneth event usually do is they don't have a lot of money yeah one big name person come play we actually took a different approach and decided to go after this whole next generation and and it works fantastically well marker when asked about two specific players and you mentioned both of them the first being Cup of golf do you feel as though the the age restrictions on her as we talked about on the show before and as you know you know she can't be a full time WTA player for a number of years now because she's so young but she's had so much success at a young age do you think that they are are restrictive in a way that should be revisited or do you think that that those rules are fair for her right now I think having some on ramp to being a pro athlete at that age which is not a full immersion is smart I thank the at the same time that they will that she is making people we think exactly what walls are appropriate as in a lot of things that smart I mean in anything you do you want that as situations change in new situations arise you don't want to make one off exceptions but you want to see that potentially it was to restrict and and we should listen I'm off of that so I don't think it should be a total free for all entry on on the tower because that really did burn out a lot of people on and over time and and they had not burst of fat but I do think the roles as they're currently constructed for someone like coke that was proven her ability not just handle the pressure on the court she's an extraordinarily young extraordinary young woman off the court that she should have an opportunity to play the play more than she currently does and then real quick on on the curious just won the the men's draw the city open a guy who I believe has been on your your world team tennis team as well I got was a lightning rod for controversy you know traditionalists in tennis may maybe necessarily don't think he's a great thing for the sport but at a time when I think a lot of the the big names are very buttoned up at least on the court where do you kind of stand on on how healthy he is for for tennis as the overall I I think that's great for tennis I mean I don't I I a more friends and I really at the port neck I think Nick is great you know I think sometimes the lines get quote way cross the nickel be the first to admit that you know looking like you're not trying and given away games that there's nothing good about that but their showmanship the engagement of fans anyone who saw what happened in DC this week would be hard pressed to not they make it great for Canada if you miss that in the last three matches including the final when he was serving from matchpoint he went in the stand that after a fan in the stands where he should third view that at one point one over in houses that bad I mean on believable that that you have high fiving people and the James Dean and you know what L. neck was the first person a volunteer on Saturday of qualifying to go do kids died out on the court at nine AM with kids in the community doing the clinic for kids so the guy has a huge heart is incredibly charismatic he brings new people into the game and if you if nobody that after this week he feels like that they're gonna break your week for and and up he consorted and again he would be he would that they themselves if you can just get some of that sort of more outrageous stuff under control but not change really is he is fantastic for the game of tennis stay tuned when we continue our conversation with capital for chairman and CEO mark online on the changing demographics in professional tennis that is straight ahead on Bloomberg business of sports from Bloomberg radio around the world I'm Scott on Twitter at some time in the nuvi.
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"So what that means is if you put a tariff on a Mexican truck coming back into the United States. Well, maybe that engine was built in Michigan and ship down to Mexico, and let's take a step further. Maybe that bolt or screw that is holding the engine together from Asia, you can go even a step further, where the medals come from that built that bolt and maybe even a step further where did the machinery come from that, Doug, the metals out of the earth? So when you say we're just slapping a tariff on Mexico. No, you're not. You're putting a tariff on the entire system and you're not just putting Mexican exports and jobs at risk your potentially hurting everybody. And that includes American companies and jobs that rely on border trade. Where does the new NAFTA or the negotiations? Around a new NAFTA. Where does that fall into all this? Right. So it's called the US MCA the United States, Mexico, Canada agreement. So they reached the deal in November the three heads of state. But now it needs approval from the Canadian parliament, the US congress and the Mexican Senate now here in the United States. There's the policy and the politics President Trump obviously, wants to get a deal done as quickly as possible and is trying to force congress to act, but democratic speaker of the house, Nancy Pelosi is kind of slow walking it right now because there's the politics she doesn't want to give President Trump a victory, right? And then there's the policy matter a lot of Democrats don't like the new agreement because they say it's basically the same thing as NAFTA with a few minor cosmetic changes. So if you're gonna spend all this time and energy, revamping this trade deal that many people say is flawed and needs an update. Why not actually take the time to do it? Properly. Jason a little more reality. Check what other products, do we trade with Mexico? We trade. A lot with Mexico. They are our largest trading partner, buy goods, they just passed China and Canada, that could be just this month trying to could go back on top next month. But right now, there are largest trading partner not only do we get vehicles from China. We get health care equipment. We get petroleum and gases we fruits and vegetables, and we're sending back, lots of stuff to them machinery, were sending vehicles and parts back to them, plastics textiles, you name it. There are billions of dollars of goods going across the border every single day. So it's a whole lot more than Advocaat does. It's a lot more than of Akhad is, yes, the world's Jason Mark. Thanks a lot. Thank you. You can't call it a right wing takeover. Francis far right? National rally party actually did worse in last weekend's European elections than they did in the previous vote still. They did better than the centrist coalition of French president, Emmanuel Macron, and they've established the fire right? As a political force in France today reporter Ellen. Sear takes a look at Lille a city where a far-right youth movement has taken root. Yun is known as Francis capital of guests. Tony, but over the past decade, it's also become a kind of unofficial capital of Francis far right youth, hard-right groups have been sitting up shop in the city's medieval quarter new you June. One of the most high profile is Ginny has shown today generation identity. They're tiny headquarters.
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"Car their favor there to call a manifest? I manifest has it that would be needed, so they are looking at this sheet with parts from all across the globe about two thousand ten thousand parts in each car or truck. So what that means is if you put a tariff on a Mexican truck coming back into the United States. Well, maybe that engine was built in Michigan and ship down to Mexico, and let's take it a step further. Maybe that bolt or screw that is holding the engine together. From Asia, new can go even a step further, where the medals come from that built that bolt and maybe even a step further where did the machinery come from that, Doug, the medals out of the earth? So when you say we're just slapping a tariff on Mexico. No, you're not. You're putting a tariff on the entire system and you're not just putting Mexican exports and jobs at risk. You potentially hurting. Everybody in that includes American companies and jobs that rely on crossborder trade. Where does the new NAFTA or the negotiation? Around a new NAFTA. Where does that fall into all this? Right. So it's called the US MCA the United States, Mexico, Canada agreement, so they reached deal in November three heads of state. But now it needs approval from the Canadian parliament US congress and the Mexican Senate now here in the United States, there's the policy and the politics President Trump obviously wants to get a deal done as quickly as possible and is trying to force congress to act, but democratic speaker of the house, Nancy Pelosi is kind of slow walking it right now because there's the politics she doesn't want to give President Trump a victory, right? And then there's the policy matter a lot of Democrats don't like the new agreement because they say it's basically the same thing as NAFTA with a few minor cosmetic changes. So if you're gonna spend all this time and energy, revamping this trade deal that many people say is flawed and needs an update. Why not actually take the time to do it properly? Jason Little more reality check what other products, do we trade with Mexico. We trade. A lot with Mexico. They are largest trading partner by goods. They just passed China and Canada that could be just this month trying to go back on top next month. But right now, there are largest trading partner not only do we get the calls from China we get health care equipment. We get petroleum and gases we fruits and vegetables. And we're sending back lots of stuff to them machinery, were sending vehicles and parts back to them, plastics textiles, you name it. There are billions of dollars of goods going across the border every single day. So it's a whole lot more than KADO. It's a lot more than of coz. Yes. Jason margolis. Thanks a lot. Thank you. You can't call it a right wing takeover France's far, right? National rally party actually did worse in last weekend's European elections than they did in the previous vote still. They did better than the centrist coalition of French president Emmanuel Macron, and they've established the far. Right. Is a political force in France today reported Ettlin sear takes a look at Lille a city where a far right? Youth movement has taken root is known as Francis capital of guests. Tony, but over the past decade, it's also become a kind of unofficial capital of Francis. Far-right youth hard-right groups have been setting up shop in the city's medieval quarter, Novi union, one of the most high profile is genius. You don't generation identity. They're tiny headquarters are located in the old town with a bar and a small gym underneath. The walls are covered with images of June of arc an icon of the far right? The Virgin Mary and. Poster of white wolf bearing the caption late lives matter to not get you'll see the difference, really don't noon visually don't take cheaper is field is twenty four year old spokesperson for genetic, which he says, has three thousand members across France. He says they won't to defend identity on regional, national and European. We've used their mission as protecting a civilization threatened by immigrants from former French colonies in Africa, who Espino says or trying to impose their values and religion in France. And he cited the arrest of an Jerian born suspect in a bomb blast in Neo last week as more evidence that France is multicultural society is a failure. Move, only she'll say she keep retakes and movement, not party as long says an audible is to influence. All right wing. Parties in France. Espino says the results of last week's European elections were if to party of mine, lapenne edged ahead of president macrumors coalition show, the French are listening to their anti immigrant message. And so are other European countries last year, his group organized, a large protests in the elps to stuff migrants from crossing the border from Italy about one hundred people.
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"Listener. Kids. Here we go. One more time buckle up the final reading of the public school cancellations WBZ's storms at a backs and aims Amherst handover for his decades of service Gary received numerous local and national broadcast awards. Gary Loppy air was seventy six years old. Lawlor WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. Somebody mornings learning. There was no school from Gary. And then learning a whole lot more listening to him deliver the news a Providence Rhode Island. Police officers injured in a crash with a stolen vehicle being driven by a fourteen year old this all happened about three this morning. Police say the stolen vehicle struck the back of another vehicle before crossing the center line, and hitting a police cruiser police say the teenager fled on foot, but was caught and charge. The injured officer treated at Rhode Island hospital and released police say the driver was the first vehicle that was struck was hospitalized with some neck pain. There's been a deadly fire at an apartment building in Paris. CBS's Elaine Cobb with more on what is the deadliest fire and Francis capital since two thousand five at least ten people were killed more than two dozen others suffered injuries officials believe the deadly glazed wick to the eight story building was set deliberately a woman who lives in the building is in custody. Police have been called out earlier last evening when neighbors complained the forty year old woman was playing. Very loud music. Police responding to the fire found her outside trying to set fire to a car. She had been drinking and neighbors say she had just been released from psychiatric care. Firefighters battled the blaze for nearly six hours lifting ladders from balcony to balcony to rescue residents. Elaine Cobb CBS news power attacks in Afghanistan, leaving more than forty people dead a predawn attack by the Taliban on an army base in northern Afghanistan. Killed twenty six members of the security force and comes amid some stepped up efforts to resolve the country's protracted war to other attacks by the Taliban were reported by Afghan officials Twenty-one people, including eleven policemen were killed when insurgents stormed a checkpoint in northern Baghlan province. As he was about to announce his candidacy for the mayor of Houston millionaire. Tony Busby was busy dealing with police reports and insurance claims ABC's Jim Ryan tells us that's because he was the victim of a robbery at his home like most of the mentions in his high dollar neighborhood. Tony Busby's has the security gate and yet on Monday, they somehow were able to get in three little news door in the back of the house and steal artwork, jewelry and other items worth millions some of Busby's neighbors wonder aloud parties all the time and lots of people coming and going. So, you know, maybe it's from that these kids were upstairs during the burglary. And he says he's just glad no one was hurt. You can replace things. We can't replace your family members. Jim Ryan ABC news. A state trooper in Virginia has been killed in a shootout during a drug investigation. Officials say Lucas Dowell was a member of a tactical team assisting the regional drug and gang task force with search warrant last night. When a male suspect opened fire to other team members returned fire killing that suspect trooper Dowell is the departure. Sixty six death in the line of duty a social media firestorm for actor Liam knee said after the actor admitted once planning to carry out a racist attack after one of his family members was raped by a black man these enduring a promotional tour for his new movie called pursuit revealed in an interview with the independent that he had walked the streets armed with batons for a week and hopes of perhaps killing a black man after finding out about that sexual assault. Niessen says looking back he absolutely regrets it and knows how horrible it was. It's less than three weeks now until the Academy Awards handed out that is more than enough time for a potential winner to write out. Their acceptance speeches in case, they need one. However, as we hear from CBS is Deborah Rodriguez shouldn't take that long to write this year speeches nominees might want to take a lesson from Steven Soderbergh accepting the award for best director in two thousand one. There are a lot of people to thank rather than thanks some of them publicly. Thank all of them privately producers. They've given potential winners instructions to be passionate, emotional and quick with their speeches. All. All in the span of ninety seconds academy. President Jon Bailey's advice at a pre-oscars luncheon skip thanking people like your dog Walker or your Kito dietitian. Deborah rodriguez. CBS news..
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"Strongly denying a sexual assault allegation, which he claims is being used as a political hit job CBS's. That'll keep says Ralph Northam has so far not bowing to the growing pressure demanding. He leave office source familiar with a meeting of the governor hell with his cabinet says it was emotional, but then not one member of the cabinet asked for his resignation. If north and steps down he would be replaced by Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax. He's deny. Cutting accusations that he sexually assaulted a woman at the two thousand four democratic national convention in Boston Fairfax denying the uncorroborated allegation of sexual misconduct, which was first reported by a conservative website. He says the encounter with the woman in two thousand four was consensual and he called the accusation a political smear three UNH football players are suspended from the team following arrests on felony riot charges. The teammates were involved in a large brawl at a frat house that sent one person to the hospital that fight reportedly began at the sigma alpha Epsilon house when one of the frat brothers refused to let football players into the party the students could face conduct charges as well. A deadly fire in an apartment building in Paris, CBS's, Elaine Cobb has more on what is the deadliest fire and Francis capital since two thousand five in which ten people were killed more than two dozen others suffered injuries officials believes the deadly blaze. The width to the eight story building was set deliberately a woman who lives in the building is in custody. Police have been called out earlier last. Evening when neighbors complained the forty year old woman was playing very loud music. Police responding laser to the fire found her outside trying to set fire to a car. She had been drinking and neighbors say she had just been released from psychiatric care. Firefighters battled the blaze for nearly six hours lifting ladders from balcony to balcony to rescue residents. Elaine Cobb CBS news power attacks in Afghanistan. Have left several dozen dead a predawn attack by the Taliban on an army base in northern Afghanistan. Killed twenty six members of the security force and comes amid stepped up efforts to resolve the country's protracted war to other attacks by the Taliban reported by Afghan officials Twenty-one people, including eleven policemen were killed when the insurgents stormed a checkpoint in northern Baghlan province. As he was about to announce his candidacy for mayor of Houston billionaire. Tony Busby was busy dealing with police reports and insurance claims ABC's Jim Ryan tells us that's because he was the victim of a robbery at his home like most of the mentions in his high dollar neighborhood. Tony Busby's has the security gate and yet on Monday, they somehow or able to get in three little news door in the back of the house and steal artwork, jewelry and other items worth millions some of Busby's neighbors wonder aloud parties all the time and lots of people coming and going. So, you know, maybe it's from that Busby's kids were upstairs during the burglary. And he says he's just glad no one was hurt. You can replace things. He can't replace your family members. Jim Ryan ABC news. A state trooper in Virginia has been killed in a shootout during a drug investigation. Officials say Lucas Dowell was a member of the tactical team assisting a regional drug and gang task force with a search warrant late last night. When a male suspect opened fire to other team members returned fire killing the suspect trooper Dowell is the departments. Sixty six death in the line of duty. Ten nineteen a social media firestorm for actor Liam decent after the actor admitted wants planning to carry out a racist attack. After one of his family. Members was raped by a black man Nissan during a promotional tour for his new movie called pursuit revealed in an interview with the independent that he had walked the streets. Armed with a baton for a week in hopes of killing a black man after finding out about that sexual assault. Nason says looking back he absolutely regrets it and knows how horrible it was less than three weeks now until the Academy Awards handed out more than enough time for potential winners to write out their acceptance speeches. However as we hear from CBS is Deborah Rodriguez. It shouldn't take long to write those speeches Oscar nominees might want to take a lesson from Steven Soderbergh accepting the award for best director in two thousand one. There are a lot of people to thank rather than thanks some of them publicly. Thank thank all of them privately producers. They've given potential winners instructions to be passionate, emotional and quick with their speeches all in this. Span of ninety seconds academy. President John Baylis advice at a pre-oscars luncheon skip thanking people like your dog Walker or your Tito dietitian. Deborah rodriguez. CBS.
"francis capital" Discussed on Hard Factor
"Oh, we're going down the passes. Right. That we thought was like a neutral. Pass. Student and Russia was like, yeah. Today today, we didn't want to let you pass. Yeah. We're just gonna shoot you and taking ships. You're being super rushing today. West anyway, well, both Ukraine and Russia have the rights to the sea under a two thousand three treaty the Black Sea Russia, however has been slowly making moves to take over both sides of the street and eventually fucking Ukraine saying things like girl, these pants are so itchy. Do you mind? If I take them off I'll be able to relax after their off Russia's just a man's body in your in your mind. Oh, yeah. Isn't it in your? Arouse the man the pieces together, but it says right there in two thousand and three there was a treaty saying that Ukraine Russia both how to access to that straight. So Russia just flexed on them. And they're like not today. Yeah. Yeah. And this this all stems from the twenty fourteen annexation of Crimea by Russia when they took the terrier territory from the Ukraine moved at got Putin, so hard he had to get prescription pants and was quote, a real bummer for the Ukrainians. So things are not not looking good right there right now. But we'll keep you updated on the story. Let's take it to the internet, Chris Daniels. Chris Daniel says none of our business. We have things to deal with on our own continent. I guess continent, and he's referring to the border wall shit. And then eject Vitale says a worship that can be seized is not a warship. Exactly. Nice say, exactly. So I'm with you Egypt. Vitale, Pat, I'm going to give I'm going to give you a few seconds to make one more Russia. Boehner joke before. Talking about Dixon. Russia. I got another tear gas story for you here involving poor people on the receiving end of the tear gas seems to be the trend. Yeah. There was chaos in France on the shop say nailed it. So shop schol shawls Z that's on Saturday as police use tear gas and water cannons to disperse the protesters. The Sean Ilias say is one of the most famous avenues and towards the tractions in the world. It's located in Francis. Capital Peres huge avenue with a bunch of shops, and like French people arches and stuff. Eighteen and such. Picking the streets. Now, the demonstration has been billed as the yellow vest movement. And it was act two of the movement the campaign began a week ago and last Saturday more than two hundred eighty thousand people took part two people were killed and more than six hundred people injured this one this past Saturday was not quite as bad. There was only one hundred thousand people took part sixteen hundred protests across France. And there weren't as many injuries no deaths recorded yet. But in the capital in Paris, eight thousand people were were violently demonstrating their starting fires. There were throwing things with the cops. And just like tack pushing over cars and all sorts of crazy shit forty arrests were made on Saturday nineteen people were injured including four officers. And yeah. Yeah. Then that's that's a lot. That's twice as many people that were at Trump's inauguration. It was it was it was. Why would you push over the cars? That's a big thing for the French to be violent. They haven't been violent a long time. You got to really rile him up. They've been protesting a lot over the last like violent for short. Periods of time. They never see it through French president Macron praised the security forces for their courage and their professionalism. He also added shimmy on those who attacked them. Shame on those who assaulted other citizens and journalists shame on you do not do that the arrest goes. Trump went on Twitter to kick mccrone while he was down. He said, the large violet French protests. Don't take an account how badly the United States has been treated on trade by the EU or the European Union or unfair and reasonable payments for our great military protection. Both these topics must be remedied soon. So he was addressing French president Macron, so my chrome. Hit a bad two weeks this guy..