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"french alps" Discussed on The Book Review

The Book Review

04:59 min | Last week

"french alps" Discussed on The Book Review

"Getting snowed in at a luxurious ski chalet in the French Alps doesn't sound like the worst problem in the world unless you were trapped with a co workers each with something to gain something to lose and something to kill for one by one the twisty psychological thriller from Ruth Wear Number One, New, York Times bestselling author of the woman in cabin ten discover ruth wear has been called the Agatha Christie of our time read one by one available now, wherever books are sold. How does it play? Right? Turn a personal narrative about Muslim identity in America and a father son relationship into a novel. A add Aktar will join us to talk about his new book homeland allergies. How can or should it political leaders respond to violence? The. Times is national editor mark. Lacy will be here to talk about two bucks cry havoc and the violence inside us. Elizabeth Harris will have an update from the publishing world plus our critics will join us for the latest in literary criticism. This is the Book Review Podcast for the New York. TIMES, it's timber eighteen. I'm Pamela Paul. Aktar.

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"french alps" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

02:08 min | 4 months ago

"french alps" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Dot com a study in the French Alps in the study out of Australia bowled showed quote children are rarely the first person to bring corona virus into the home in the case in Australia that they study this it was less than eight percent of the time in other words over ninety percent of the transmissions come from adults and yet we keep acting like kids are these great could be real trouble with these kids with corona virus even though there's no evidence or science that backs that up currently so why are we putting the hammer down on the kids especially when the kids are gonna be out in eighty degree temperatures it makes no sense in fact it's nonsense six one seven two six six sixty eight sixty eight Scott Whitley and your calls we come back it's V. B. you're in the middle on our tail here's your deal on money financial fallout question of the day ed from Pennsylvania asks are twenty four year old daughter wants to start investing and is wondering the best way to invest the twelve hundred dollar code nineteen check she received from the government any recommendations on a fund well and does she think she might want access to this money if so she can open a brokerage account anywhere and just use a stock index fund in a bond index fund if she doesn't need the money then perhaps a Roth IRA as long as she has some earned income thanks so much for the question I have a question go to Jill on money dot com to send an email you have enough things to worry about every day insurance shouldn't be one of them you can leave worry behind when liberty stands with you liberty mutual insurance see how much you could save at liberty mutual dot com twenty six million Americans have applied for unemployment today homeowners across the country there's no who knows what to believe that there is really a time crisis simplifying now more than ever you need a well written plan of action that will protect your nest egg from downturns in the market due to the.

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COVID-19: What You Need To Know

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

06:04 min | 4 months ago

COVID-19: What You Need To Know

"This is an ABC news special. Kobe nineteen what you need to know here is. Abc News correspondent. Aaron Katersky as this school year nears an end. Parents wonder about the start of the next academic year. We'll schools welcome kids back. What will the classroom look like or will there still be online? Learning the answers dependent part. On what the virus does to kids and how kids transmit the virus. The World Health Organization said over the weekend that children appear to be less capable of spreading corona virus than adults. The comment came from the. Who's chief scientist? Sumio Swaminathan who appeared on the BBC? What we have seen in countries where schools remained open is that they have not been big outbreaks in schools and where there have been seen associated with we defense. A lot of people gather not in regular classrooms and it's often been associated with Donald who's had infection and who spread it so it does seem from what we know now that children are less capable of spreading it even if they get infection and certainly are very low risk of getting from the Z's for more on what all of this may mean. We're joined by Dr Edith Bradshaw Sanchez. A pediatrician and professor of pediatrics. At Columbia University. What do you make of her comments here? I think some of the reports that we're seen in the comments that were seeing from the. Who are definitely reassuring. I just want more data so a number of things have gone into into these comments from what I understand and there are countries that have opened schools Germany Denmark Some parts of Canada in those countries are not seeing big outbreaks of covert nineteen in children linked to schools which is reassuring but we just need more data. These countries have also done a variety of things to keep kids safe in school Germany. For example we've rent reports that they are having children self test every four days and given a green sticker to kids test negative and allowing them to walk around the school without a mask on some schools are taking temperature. Some schools have introduced a variety of social distancing in hygiene techniques. So so when we look at this at these reports and we we look at the lack of outbreaks linked to children after they were allowed to go back to school. It is reassuring but we have to remember that there are measures that these countries have taken and that we don't have all of the information yet. Really the bottom line is can. My kids hug their grandparents. Yeah I think that's such an interesting point for a long time and longtime in the cove world is a few months for a long time. We've been thinking about children in terms of the risk that they pose to adults. We've been saying okay. Well my kid goes back to school. Can they? Then come home and bring me the corner virus or bring the current virus to to grandma and GRANDPA if they visit in now. Not only. Is it that that is very much too little consideration? But now we're starting to learn for example that there is a new rare but serious complication of covert nineteen seems to affect children very differently than an affects adults. And now I think that the conversation starting to switch to what is the risk to children themselves from Bo Bo from going back to school. What's the answer? I wish I had it but I just don't know we just don't know there are reports for example right there. There is a report of a child. I believe from England who was in the French Alps and then went home. Was In contact with seventy two people that child himself tested positive for current a virus. None of the seventy two people. He came into contact with tested positive. So that was reassuring but then we had another report of a six month old whose parents had couvert nineteen and the child had to be cared for in the hospital and so they were constantly testing this little baby six months old and he shut the virus at very high levels for sixteen days. The data so far has been mixed in. I think that's why it's so important that we collect more data in children and the NIH as you probably have heard launched a study at the beginning of May to follow two thousand families to try to answer this question. What exactly is the rate of transmission? What exactly is the risk to children because we just haven't been collecting the data yet. Pediatric Multi Symptom Inflammatory Syndrome. What do we make of that? Does it matter whether it specifically connected to cove it as the CDC seems to suggest that it is? I do believe that it is linked to covert nineteen. And I'll tell you why. This new syndrome seems to have some characteristics of Kawasaki disease but it also has some characteristics. Overlap toxic shock syndrome. And I'll explain very very briefly Kentucky Diseases and inflammatory condition. It is cost by inflammation and then the the blood vessels in the body are affected. Ultimately different organs can be affected. The one that we worry about is the heart children present with fever with the red. Is the rash The swollen hands feed swollen. Lymph nodes some of the same symptoms that we are now seeing in this new condition but the difference one of the many differences that we're still learning is that these children were presenting with the new syndrome also seemed to have some of those symptoms from toxic shock. They are very sick when they present to care. They sometimes have low blood pressures and signs that there multiple there's multiple organ systems that are affected. And that doesn't go with Kawasaki. Disease it also here before cove it so we can of spectacularly Why are they testing? Summer testing negative for the antibodies and the virus itself. And that is absolutely puzzling. But I think at the end of the day you just sort of have to take a step back and think okay well. Even if it's not linked terrific can't prove it yet for some of these kids remember them majority are testing positive. And where was this before cove

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How Long Does It Stay on Surfaces? How Long Can We Rely On Amazon Delivery?

Coronavirus Daily Briefing

15:59 min | 7 months ago

How Long Does It Stay on Surfaces? How Long Can We Rely On Amazon Delivery?

"From the weekend. Our young ace symptomatic cases the key to spreading the virus. Should we rethink the conventional wisdom around facemasks? How long can the virus stay on surfaces? And how long can we rely on Amazon delivery? As of last night known cases of Corona virus in the United States exceeded thirty five hundred spread across forty nine states prompting the mass cancellation of and the reordering of American public life the CDC is recommending halting gatherings of fifty people or more throughout the US for the next eight weeks if implemented fully that means all sporting events all concerts all conferences. All parades all weddings. Almost everything done for eight weeks. Bars and restaurants are closed in New York City beginning tomorrow. Tuesday at nine. Am takeout and delivery orders? Only New York City schools have closed. Ohio has suggested schools might remain closed in that state for the remainder of the academic year but Ohio Massachusetts and Illinois have gone the France route as well. All bars and restaurants are shutting down statewide quote. Delay means more people will die Ohio governor. Mike DeWine said these states are the first states to take the steps toward Italy toward a complete shutdown of public activities except for food medicine and other essentials it is unlikely they will be the last the CEO of universal music group Lucian Grange. Perhaps the most powerful man in the music business has been hospitalized after testing positive for Cova nineteen apple CEO. Tim Cook and Apple Services. Chief Ed Eq- attended granges sixtieth birthday party. Two weeks ago in shocking news. But I guess we can't be shocked anymore by anything as it's all probably going to close down. Mgm Is Shutting the following Las Vegas Properties beginning March Seventeenth Aria Bellagio excalibur. Look zoar Mandalay Bay. Mgm Grand Mirage New York New York Park Mgm and Videira. So that's basically the entire Vegas Strip. Other companies closing stores or reducing hours Nike Worby Parker all birds urban outfitters Apple Patagonia and Glossy Walmart is partially shutting down twenty four hour locations which will operate six. Am until eleven pm until further notice starbucks is moving to what it is calling to go only model. You can still walk up an order at the starbucks counter or via drive thru or delivery. But you can't stay and sit in the cafe or Patio Areas French luxury company. Lvmh said figuring it's cosmetics division to only produce mass quantities of Hydro Alcoholic Gel in order to give it to French health authorities. More people have now died from the corona virus outside of China than have died inside China since the disease. I emerged airline Cathay. Pacific is adding flights from US cities and London to Hong Kong because since the disease seems to be relatively under control in Hong Kong at the moment some people are seeing Hong Kong as a safe haven and are rushing to travel there a mere seven weeks ago. Hong Kong had implemented travel restrictions because of its proximity to mainland China. Italy reported three hundred sixty eight deaths in a single day yesterday. A twenty five percent increase making this the deadliest twenty four hour period thus far worse than the deadliest day in Wuhan's outbreak. Italy has reported two hundred deaths for each of the last three days. Italy only had its first. Colonel Related Death three weeks ago now. More than eighteen hundred people have died because of overloaded hospitals. The fatality rate and Lamberti is nine percent in the rest of Italy. The fatality rate is five point one percent Spanish health authorities reported two thousand New Corona virus cases in twenty four hours on Sunday bringing the total in the country of Spain to eight thousand cases with two hundred eighty eight deaths as the number of people who have died of the virus more than doubled in twenty four hours as the Spanish death. Toll was up from one hundred thirty six a day earlier. That is an increase of almost one hundred percent. Spain is clearly on. The Italian trajectory is France. Next it certainly seems to be going that way quoting the New York Times. France announced the closing of all non indispensable businesses including restaurants bars and movie theaters after a sharp uptick in corona virus cases. The number of French cases past five thousand four hundred twenty on Sunday with one hundred and twenty seven deaths on Saturday. Three hundred corona virus patients were in critical condition half of them under sixty years of age on Sunday. Francis Transportation Minister said the country would begin reducing plane train and bus services between cities and quote. I'd like to end the segment with some potentially good news from Italy Adrenal Aguzzi. A professor of neuro pathology and Switzerland just north of the troubled Italian region of Lombardy tweeted a chart this weekend that showed that even with the surge in deaths in Italy over the last few days the death rate is deviating ever so slightly from exponential growth. It's early days. But the lockdown might be beginning to work linked to the chart. I'm referencing in the show. Notes and Chen He wa. The European Bureau chief for China Daily tweeted this quote. Just read that Chinese medical team sent to Italy to fight Kovic nineteen comprises mostly experienced doctors from Sichuan Sichuan folks still remember how an Italian rescue team during the devastating. Two Thousand Eight Wenchuan earthquake saved many lives. The world needs more of US helping each other and quote. There has been a lot of justified. I think hand-wringing about the scenes of people going to bars and restaurants even to Disney world. This weekend seemingly unworried about anything that is going on. This is obviously a problem for one. Big reason potential transmission from people who might not know they already have the disease indeed. There is increasing evidence that it is young people people without symptoms that might be the key driver of the spread of Corona Virus. Even more so than we realized quoting. Cnn New Studies in several countries and a large corona virus outbreak in Massachusetts Bring into question reassuring assertions by US officials about the way the novel virus spreads it appears that a Massachusetts Corona virus cluster. With at least eighty two cases was started by people who are not yet showing symptoms and more than a half dozen studies have shown that people without symptoms are causing substantial amounts of infection several experts interviewed by CNN. Said while it's unclear. Exactly what percentage of the transmission in the outbreak is fueled by people who are obviously sick versus those who have no symptoms or very mild symptoms? It is becoming clear that transmission by people who are as symptomatic or mildly symptomatic is responsible for more transmission than previously thought and quote. Indeed scientists seem to be coming to the conclusion that this is what makes corona virus so insidious it can spread far before it even sickens both mergers and SARS tend to be only spread by symptomatic people. But if you get cova did you might have spread it to fifty other people before you even know it. Add to that what we've previously discussed about how scientists suspect that you're more contagious earlier. On in the disease in a study of twenty four passengers who had just flown from Israel seven tested positive for corona virus of which four had no symptoms and the viral load of specimens from a symptomatic patients was higher than from the three patients. Who had symptoms thus the global move toward social distancing? Stay home stay out of large crowds status small crowds. There's a link to chart in the show notes that shows the difference between two towns in Italy. The two are Bergamo and loyalty. Loyalty actually had the first cove in nineteen case reported before Bergamo reported. Its first but Loki. Shut down their town February. Twenty Third Burgum. Oh waited until almost a week later by March thirteenth lucky only had around a thousand cases of corona virus and those case numbers seem to be leveling out while Burgum oh has seen case numbers shoot up to two thousand five hundred and young people. I'm talking to you. Data from South Korea where they test everyone they can is suggesting that. Thirty percent of the carriers in that country where aged twenty to twenty nine. If that's not enough to convince you let me point you to an actual animation. It is literally just balls. Dancing around and environment randomly representing infections over time. Look at what happens to the infection curve when only a quarter of a population continues to circulate and three quarters of a population practice social distancing. The infection rate is significantly slowed and with extensive distancing with seven eighths of a population staying home. The infection curve is stopped almost in its tracks. These are powerful animations but they are only animations only simulations made to educate on a concept. The concept is however. This is joke. If you can stay home let me quote. The last paragraph from the story accompanying the simulation quote in one crucial respect. These simulations are nothing like reality. Unlike simulations cove nineteen can kill though. The fatality rate is not precisely known. It is clear that the elderly members of our community are most at risk from dying from covered. One thousand nine hundred quote if you want this to be more realistic. A scientist was quoted after seeing a preview of the story some of the DOTS should disappear and quote link to the simulation is of course in the show. Notes questions are being raised as to whether or not more of US should be wearing face masks. Even if we're not showing signs of corona virus infection authorities in China already mandate the wearing of masks in all public places whether or not people are sick or healthy quoting from ink stone since late January Chinese authorities and major cities have enforced rules on wearing face masks in public spaces including detaining. Those who tried to use public transport without a mask and quote in South Korea and Japan is also required. That mask be worn by healthy people in crowded places but in much of the rest of the world including here in the US. It's advised that only people displaying symptoms should wear masks as just mentioned the possibility that corona virus can be spread by a symptomatic. People is causing some to argue for more widespread use of masks quoting again from ink stone. A symptomatic transmission has been reported in multiple countries in which a spreader is responsible for sickening others without knowing it in January at cluster. Thirteen infections was believed to have started with a British man who contracted the virus during a trip to Singapore and spread it to others on a skiing trip in the French Alps and back home in the United Kingdom all the while showing no signs of infection himself quote researchers writing in the Lancet suggested that in light of this current national advice may need updating to deal specifically with Ron Virus quoting from the peace. If everyone puts on a mask in public spaces it would help to remove stigmatization that has hitherto discouraged masking of symptomatic patients in many places. Furthermore transmission from asymmetric infected individuals has been documented for Kobe. Nineteen and viral load is particularly high at early disease. Stage masking as a public health intervention would probably intercept the transmission link and prevent these apparently healthy infectious sources and quote. All of that said as of right now. The advice remains to only wear a mask if you are displaying symptoms helping to conserve the mask as a resource masks are in short supply and are needed for medical practitioners. Who them more than the rest of us. In order to safely treat people not get sick themselves and thus stay on the job. A new study has revealed the length of time that Kobe nineteen can remain viable on common surfaces. The study so new that it is yet to be. Peer reviewed found that Corona virus was most stable on plastic and stainless steel with viable virus being detected up to seventy two hours on those surfaces after application it can also remain viable for up to twenty four hours on cardboard and up to four hours on copper. The researchers noted that these decay timings were similar to those found with the two thousand and two two thousand. Three SARS virus suggesting that quote differences in the epidemiology of these viruses likely arise from other factors including high viral loads in the upper respiratory tract and the potential for individuals infected with cove nineteen to shed and transmit the virus while a symptom matic and quote. There are presently two hundred and seventy four surface disinfectants approved by the EPA for use against Kovic Nineteen Link to the list is in the show notes at this point with store shelves increasingly bear. I'm sure a lot of us are continuing to rely on delivery especially Amazon prime delivery to keep ourselves stocked up with everything we need so that we can shelter in place. Avoid going out to stores as much as possible and just generally socially distance well an article and vices motherboard talking about the broader strains to workers in the sorting facilities and also the people who have to deliver our stuff makes the point that maybe our delivery systems are endangered as well quote. Motherboards spoke to Amazon Logistics Labor experts. Who say it's only a matter of time? Before Amazon's prime signature two day delivery promise serious delays mistakes and widespread shortages due to increased demands from consumers also pressure on workers to meet rising production quotas restrictions on trade and the possibility of fulfillment centers being. Shut DOWN AS CORONA VIRUS SPREADS. Amazon's warehouse workers. Say they're already seeing increased workloads while fewer of their colleagues are showing up to work. According Labor organizers already Amazon's white collar workers have been asked to work from home. But that's obviously not an option for warehouse fulfillment workers and delivery drivers quote. It seems really likely that. Amazon's prime delivery system will falter Daniel flaming president of Economic Roundtable and an author of the two thousand nineteen report on Amazon's economic impact on southern California told motherboard. One day deliveries may not be made within one day if the workers who do show up to warehouses are more stress given bigger routes and are possibly less experienced incorrect deliveries will be made. The last mile segment of the delivery is very labor intensive and quote flaming ads. That were likely to see a close parallel of what happens in Amazon warehouses. During the holiday rush increase delays mistakes and bottlenecks. It would seem to me. Most likely that we'll see a drop in reliability and timeliness and quote but more than that the fear here is the same with the health system basically if too many people involved in the Amazon delivery chain are even temporarily sidelined by the disease at the same time. It's possible that even Amazon delivery could go down to say nothing of the potential disruption to the supply chain I e if even Amazon can't source enough goods to

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Latest on coronavirus spreading in China and beyond

All Things Considered

03:28 min | 7 months ago

Latest on coronavirus spreading in China and beyond

"Super spreading offense public health officials tracking the covert nineteen outbreak are on the lookout for them the new corona viruses already considered highly contagious and spread from a single city in China to the rest of the world within thirty days super spreading events in which one person infects many others could make the outbreak spread even faster and yours King Kong explains why last month a British man went to a conference in Singapore and then on a ski trip to the French Alps what he didn't know when he arrived in the Alps was that he was infected with the virus behind the coded nineteen outbreak and appears that during his stay at the ski village he invited eleven other people the World Health Organization says some are calling this a super spreading event Max slough Emory University models how diseases spread an individual in fact much more profound than typical average person early estimates for the new coronavirus suggests that the average infected person usually only spends it to two or three other people the possibility of super sporting events as worried researchers since the new corona virus was discovered it's because in the past super spending events have triggered explosive chains of transmission and other outbreaks Jessica Matt Caffrey searches population and disease dynamics at Princeton University the poster child receives running event happened during the sars outbreak where a huge proportion cases was traced back to this Metropol hotel back in two thousand three there is a doctor treating patients who as far as another corona virus disease he checked into the Metropol hotel in Hong Kong at least thirteen other people on this floor got sick and from that hotel the disease spread to Canada Vietnam and Singapore in twenty fourteen at more than three hundred new a bullet cases were traced to the funeral of a popular healer who died of the disease in Sierra Leone Adam could try ski studies the dynamics of infectious diseases at the London school of hygiene and tropical medicine in a twenty fifteen outbreak of another corona virus in South Korea about two thirds the transmission actually came just two events in Austin to a businessman infected at least twenty six people and one hospital and a person at a different hospital second eighty two other patients visitors and staff both of those instances fast track to the spread of the virus so in that situation if you can avoid this to find happening you you got a nice yeah so why does super spending happen Jamie Lloyd Smith who studies how diseases spread at UCLA so the factors that cause it very alive it runs the gamut from someone is feeling perfectly well that happens to be spreading virus without knowing it to somebody's quite sick in the active trying to help them puts the virus into the air and exposes people starting events often happen in hospitals were very sick people get Hosp the procedures that might expose others to their blood are there long fluids what Smith says that so far super spending events may be happening with the new coronavirus but they don't seem to be causing explosive outbreaks as they did in the early days of sars the question is why is that a biological difference between the two viruses or is a consequence of you know we actually learned some things about how to deal with these viruses and infection control the man that spread then you can run a virus to eleven others in the Alps health officials believe they caught that situation before it ignited a chain I could have spread Kobe nineteen

What's A 'Super-Spreading Event'? And Has It Happened With COVID-19?

All Things Considered

03:27 min | 7 months ago

What's A 'Super-Spreading Event'? And Has It Happened With COVID-19?

"Super spreading events public health officials tracking the covert nineteen outbreak are on the lookout for them the new corona viruses already considered highly contagious it spread from a single city in China to the rest of the world within thirty days super spreading events in which one person infects many others could make the outbreak spread even faster NPR's King Kong explains why last month a British man went to a conference in Singapore and then on a ski trip to the French Alps what he didn't know when he arrived in the Alps was that he was infected with the virus behind the coup bid nineteen outbreak and it appears that during his stay at the ski village he infected eleven other people the World Health Organization says some are calling this a super spreading event Max Lao Emory University models how diseases spread an individual in fact much more profound and there should be co average person early estimates for the new coronavirus suggests that the average infected person usually only spent the two two or three other people the possibility of super sporting events as worried researchers since the new corona virus was discovered it's because in the past super spending events have triggered explosive chains of transmission and other outbreaks Jessica Matt Caffrey searches population and disease dynamics at Princeton University the poster child receives running event happened during the sars outbreak where a huge proportion cases was traced back to this Metropol hotel back in two thousand three there is a doctor treating patients who had sars another corona virus disease he checked into the Metropol hotel in Hong Kong at least thirteen other people on this floor got sick and from that hotel the disease spread to Canada Vietnam and Singapore in twenty fourteen at more than three hundred new a bullet cases were traced to the funeral of a popular healer who died of the disease in Sierra Leone Adam could charge ski studies the dynamics of infectious diseases at the London school of hygiene and tropical medicine in a twenty fifteen outbreak of another corona virus in South Korea about two thirds the transmission actually came just two events in hospitals a businessman infected at least twenty six people and one hospital and a person at a different hospital second eighty two other patients visitors and staff both of those instances fast track to the spread of the virus so in that situation if you can avoid this to find happening you you've got a nice yeah so why does super spending happen Jamie Lloyd Smith who studies how diseases spread at UCLA so the factors that cause it very alive it runs the gamut from someone is feeling perfectly well that happens to be spreading virus without knowing it to somebody's quite sick in the active trying to help them puts the virus into the air and exposes people super starting events often happen in hospitals were very sick people get Hosp the procedures that might expose others for their blood are there long fluids Lloyd Smith says that so far super spending events may be happening with the new coronavirus but they don't seem to be causing explosive outbreaks as they did in the early days of sars the question is why is that a biological difference between the two viruses or is it a consequence of you know we actually learned some things about how to deal with these viruses and infection control the case of the man that spread the new coronavirus to eleven others in the Alps health officials believe they caught that situation before it ignited a chain I could have spread coded

Lack Of Snow In French Alps Is Affecting Lower Altitude Ski Resorts

All Things Considered

00:07 sec | 7 months ago

Lack Of Snow In French Alps Is Affecting Lower Altitude Ski Resorts

"Also had a lack of snow in the Alps is causing headaches for French ski resorts some lower altitude resorts have shut runs or even close

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"french alps" Discussed on AP News

AP News

08:42 min | 8 months ago

"french alps" Discussed on AP News

"The announcement by the French health minister is the latest example of how the tentacles of the China virus can spread across multiple borders the group which includes one child was staying in a shallow way and then I'll pine resort the war in close contact with another Briton who apparently had contracted the virus in Singapore then traveled to the French Alps then tested positive for the virus upon returning to Britain this brings the total number of virus cases in front to 11 now goodness 3 confirmed cases I'm Charles de Ledesma

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5 Britons with virus hospitalized in France after Alps stay

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 8 months ago

5 Britons with virus hospitalized in France after Alps stay

"The announcement by the French health minister is the latest example of how the tentacles of the China virus can spread across multiple borders the group which includes one child was staying in a shallow way and then I'll pine resort the war in close contact with another Briton who apparently had contracted the virus in Singapore then traveled to the French Alps then tested positive for the virus upon returning to Britain this brings the total number of virus cases in front to eleven now goodness three confirmed cases I'm Charles de Ledesma

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"french alps" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"french alps" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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"french alps" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"french alps" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"She's been on again to this Anderson but she's a therapist and a life coach and so far in the pasture episodes we have covered perfectionism last week and then the week before that the power of saying no and creating boundaries for yourself and that it's okay to say no and then last week since we were talking perfectionism it seemed natural to flow into this week with the comparison because you brought up social media and I was like okay okay. Let's save that for another topic of like for to be its own because I feel like that's a place to where we end up comparing ourselves to others and then we also like really care a lot about what people are seeing and us so and I know it comes in like various forms chiefs so what what would you say if someone is really struggling with comparison and they can't seem to just accept themselves for who they are. It's so hard isn't it. I mean everywhere we turn we are invaded by the images of people having fun on great amazing trips with people that we'd like to be with Oh. Which side note have you seen? I forget what it's called but there are websites now where you can the pictures of you you know at Your House but they will photoshop you into like these exotic vacations I have known you can post them on instagram and they look real in there. They're doing so well with it. They charge you like nine hundred ninety nine for a package of pictures but but they're doing so well with it because people want it and I've seen the images and they look real like it looks like to me they are on this fabulous island vacation while or people rent out private jets for photo shoots not there I mean because it's obviously much cheaper than taking the jets that they will take a picture like looking out the private jet win bone their champagne put on instagram and be like Hashtag blessed eight. I mean let's Giamet crazy about where we are as a society right that we are are needing to fake our vacations right. Oh that's hard and I think you know before we can really jump too far into comparison. I really liked to capture the topic of Self Talk Okay and the stories that we tell ourselves because it's the stories stories that we're telling ourselves that create the behavior of I need to fake my vacation in the French Alps on a ski slope. No I don't ski put on your ski suit in Your Living Room Photoshop but the thing his as we like we see life as we are not as it is we see life through the lenses that we have come through our childhood experiences our life experiences our personalities temperaments our family systems <hes> <hes> you know they all shape our perspective in truth and when we are looking through lenses <hes> that tell us that our life is not enough our life is not what it could be would it should be then it leaves us nowhere but comparing and looking to somebody else to kind of fill that hole at that that shouldn't be there in the first place yeah we'll and so sometimes I feel as females we struggle with that when it comes to like body body image or why why is why why won't my body look that way and that's something we cover a lot on this podcast is health and and in a way like health and beauty and fitness stuff but I also I don't want this to be a place to where I want people to know like I don't want that to be an obsession but I know that's an important topic for a lot of people but I also want it to be a healthy one where it's like you need right. This is information. We're giving you to be the healthiest version of yourself not to form you in to an unrealistic expectation right you know and I've I've given myself as an example of sometimes I look at different girls like I'm working out hard and I'm doing this and like I see these girls in their bodies on instagram and I'm like but like I literally no like the body can't look that way like genetically that's not my body right but sometimes we have a hard time not still like not then than we do this unhealthy thing..

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"french alps" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"french alps" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Through customs. You'll be fine. Good because it would be. Moving right. It would be. And there's Claus Claus. There's all kinds of ways. No cat on the planet. That's worth going through should people take IQ tests before they board a plane should there. Be just a simple and own a pet and have a child. Yeah. Father retired from law enforcement has always said always maintained about criminals. Thank god. They're stupid for our job would be a lot harder. That's that's true. All right. Unbelievable. Sure. This this twelve year old boy who survived an avalanche in the French Alps. He was under the snow for forty minutes. Rescuers are caller are calling this a true miracle. Apparently this boy, he skied off the slopes should not have been skiing scary the avalanche hits. He was swept away. He was dragged one hundred ten yards by the force of the avalanche. A sniffer dog found the boy whose winter jacket was not equipped with one of those GPS specific avalanche detectors usually the odds of survival are miniscule after fifteen minutes under the snow police said among the reasons the boy survived is that his Airways were not blocked by snow forty minutes buried in the snow if they find him and he's alive and doing well. That's just terrifying. That poor kid must have been terrified. Yeah. I get nervous skiing some of these back bowls. And when they say stay on the the main slopes, I have no desire to meander. Builders are now offering high incentives to realtors.

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"french alps" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"french alps" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Interestingly, snarly guy, like with a little bit of edged to have this was not like some sort of like, you know, steam Preston, sanitized version of a professional athlete, you know, which is really what we got. Got sick of in the nineties. This is a guy that there are still third rail. Topic, and there are still people he dislikes and there's still a little bit of, you know, again, that's gnarled. They him and that's very human. And I liked that usually a human athletes like, oh, they cry like they think they know he gets pissed about stuff and and we suspected that you have hardware these feelings all along. Of course they do, but it seldom, you know, showing so explicitly. I do feel like, so you asked like what was in it for them? Why did they want to do this? I genuinely believe this is the answer. I think he just wanted to shoot the shit with somebody about basketball podcast. It wasn't like houses, gonna, look for us. If we do this, then this'll be, then we'll do this. And it was just like, I like taco that guy. When I did the last thing, we should do a podcast with them and that was it. And I think that's how he operates general like, why did he go on c. j. McCollum podcast probably could c. j. asked him like, all right. Sure. But I, I do not. I think another thing that happens with podcast and why it it's a more interesting medium interest or radio. And frankly, a lot of television is that did the editing is just not done in the same manner like to take, for example, the interviews you did a couple of weeks ago at Denzel, Washington? Yeah, I listened to the French Alps. He was unbelievable on sports and he was unbelievable. He got game, and then he's sort of quenched up when he talked about, you know, his movie catalog and so on. If that were a television show, you had to cut that all out you to just totally like, you know, you know, made it seem like it was just the theme of experience and what makes interviews interesting, I think are the moments where people recoil and then you know, open themselves up and so on and that sort of like, you know, organic process is much more interesting than seeing this for edited version. Yeah. And I, I knew that going with Enzo there was like he wants talk sports. He was fired. Tuck sports does like to go backwards was excited about. He got game because he played basketball in it. I don't think as movie, he never really went into that part. One of the interviews that I did this year that I really enjoyed was Kyrie Irving and era in reminded me a lot of the k. d. stuff he, he really enjoyed it at the key liked that an have notes, pretty much everything was on the table with them. He was really thoughtful he, there was some third rail moments, but for the most part was ready to talk about stuff..

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"french alps" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"french alps" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Interestingly, snarly guy, like with a little bit of edged to have this was not like some sort of like, you know, steam Preston, sanitized version of a professional athlete, you know, which is really what we got. Got sick of in the nineties. This is a guy that there are still third rail. Topic, and there are still people he dislikes and there's still a little bit of, you know, again, that's gnarled. They him and that's very human. And I liked that usually a human athletes like, oh, they cry like they think they know he gets pissed about stuff and and we suspected that you have hardware these feelings all along. Of course they do, but it seldom, you know, showing so explicitly. I do feel like, so you asked like what was in it for them? Why did they want to do this? I genuinely believe this is the answer. I think he just wanted to shoot the shit with somebody about basketball podcast. It wasn't like houses, gonna, look for us. If we do this, then this'll be, then we'll do this. And it was just like, I like taco that guy. When I did the last thing, we should do a podcast with them and that was it. And I think that's how he operates general like, why did he go on c. j. McCollum podcast probably could c. j. asked him like, all right. Sure. But I, I do not. I think another thing that happens with podcast and why it it's a more interesting medium interest or radio. And frankly, a lot of television is that did the editing is just not done in the same manner like to take, for example, the interviews you did a couple of weeks ago at Denzel, Washington? Yeah, I listened to the French Alps. He was unbelievable on sports and he was unbelievable. He got game, and then he's sort of quenched up when he talked about, you know, his movie catalog and so on. If that were a television show, you had to cut that all out you to just totally like, you know, you know, made it seem like it was just the theme of experience and what makes interviews interesting, I think are the moments where people recoil and then you know, open themselves up and so on and that sort of like, you know, organic process is much more interesting than seeing this for edited version. Yeah. And I, I knew that going with Enzo there was like he wants talk sports. He was fired. Tuck sports does like to go backwards was excited about. He got game because he played basketball in it. I don't think as movie, he never really went into that part. One of the interviews that I did this year that I really enjoyed was Kyrie Irving and era in reminded me a lot of the k. d. stuff he, he really enjoyed it at the key liked that an have notes, pretty much everything was on the table with them. He was really thoughtful he, there was some third rail moments, but for the most part was ready to talk about stuff..

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"french alps" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"french alps" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The morning show continues now with brian sussman this it happens you heard that story if you didn't just guest otherwise the best story i've just recollecting some of my moments from the european vacation where my son was married in switzerland of this beautiful gal so cool but we're talking about driving in the french alps i like to drive i'm one of those guys who likes to drive it i think most guys enjoy driving did by twelve hundred miles in europe during my twelve hundred miles in europe so that's about two thousand kilometers that's a lot of driving highways byways alisa on one lane roads the the alps which are supposed to be two lane roads i never saw an accident interesting i never never saw an accident i never i never saw car that was broken down on the roadway no lawn chairs ever ever ever ever job in switzerland is basically what he's telling thing i never saw a cop patrolling the roadways that's amazing i never saw a fraction of a fraction of a second worth of road rage never signed a texting these people are serious about driving their aggressive drivers but they're orderly and they're responsible and what's really interesting about it is i look at our roadways here back in the bears like there's just a lack of civility we're just becoming so uncivil i don't understand what's happening in this country we hear about so many things going on in europe that are not all that positive but i'm telling you when it comes to the roadways and then the other thing i noticed is in in the three countries where i was visiting which was switzerland france and italy pretty much if you want to get by in our country we don't care where you're from you could be from africa there are a lot of people from africa you could be for the middle east and there are a lot of people for the middle east but you'd better speak our language because we're not making any accommodations if you wanna get a decent job you gotta speak our language so that's just the way they roll noah's bitching about it like the bitch about it here right so my friend mike i've tried to rouse him to see if he could give a call but i'm driving the french ops my experience was breathtaking breath i mean the sierra nevada they're like baby mountains compared to the alps trip it's just not impressive now even the rockies even the northern rockies nothing compared to the alps so i'm driving in the french alps i brought i drive into this place called i i see the sign hey it's brian con with get ask you about that too is a conventional people named brian we're going that was a running joke on the show for the rest of the week by the way after that call yeah so it's actually brill brill sodas like for those of you have ever watched a movie like lord of the rings this is a fortress city from back in the fourteen hundreds they built this thing i don't know how many people died creating these video you posted on our website at kfc the walls on the side of the city are i don't know they've got to be five hundred feet high thinking how many how many slave laborers died building those things because how would they do it back then the fourteen hundreds you're talking about scaffolding that hasn't been tested by osha that's for sure right they build a wall they built a wall and on the other side they had a moat sounds like something we should have a flip of a lever they could fill that sucker so i'm looking at this beautiful city of briones zone and it had never been taken by an enemy ever now i know why we had this huge wall and a moat there all these checkpoints to get into the city man they wanted to make sure you belong in that city you're going to be some terrorist operation nancy them valuing their border so we're driving from france were driving in france to briones on that we gotta go through the french alps oh my gosh and i like to drive but i'm not a great driver like some of you guys and i've got a wife in the car next to me who is complaining about the fact that i'm driving too fast and i complained to her that i'm not even driving the speed limit and she keeps telling me don't you understand i've had visions of crashing off roads like this before slow and so now.

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"french alps" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"french alps" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Just you know slowdown i'm not even though the speed limits there's enough road rage for the whole country going on inside tale all right a guy so mike's go through the french alps and he's got this this little peugeot that he's driving okay one point eight liter peugeot and there's this guy with a mercedes with the german license plate right behind him i mean on his ass gedeon okay oh yea so mike's mike's hold his own and my thanks okay this guy clear was passed me i'm going to pull over and one of these parking areas i'll let him pass so mike pulls over the park area and the mercedes goes right behind and this german guy gets out of the vehicle at approaches him in the little peugeot on my friend mike's thing what what is this all about eddie he rolls down the window and the guy points his finger at mike and says nice pace you said it's about time i see a foreigner driving like that and then they talk to they're both harley owners but the guy literally hold on tell him nice pace nice pace because you don't see foreigners driving like that oh my race car driver of course you can drive like that oh that is what a trip nice he probably thought he was about to get into a brawl pissed off german guy german guy getting out of the eighties yeah that is a true great story great great story as you would never see that here oh gosh no somebody's on five eighty pull off at a guy so cool that he could actually just tailgate a guy and they were they were like race car drivers e thought they were drafting drafting that's incredible cool man you're making me wanna move siglo out either she has traffic katie green traffic sponsored by mercury in sheri we have some slowing this morning if you are traveling on ninety five southbound at stevens creek boulevard we have a disabled bus in the roadway that is causing some problems obviously and chp officers providing some traffic control as the tow truck pulls up to the.

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"french alps" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"french alps" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The go ahead as live the ideology oh that's is from all i had new a york big guy who punishing thought it sir was low new york that in city your side player and he said thank you the it the he while said we haven't this is had wrong much sun robert in the because midwest the either the way ice lately was five times thicker well you in know new it's york it's city than your book and shows the and yet on the west coast so so we've been yes studying they they some records are if for it heat came i all think the last way year to the west coast long island was setting and records that's for the snow uh and the actual and now the well y uh you're glacial in la detritus it's probably warmer that there than fell average off the have into the that glaciers i've been away what for created a couple of months long for island the holidays and so in it's okay it's you saint know there louis was one thing but i wanted to mention here that we haven't it's had a been chance a warm what uh they've had these fires you know i have out mentioned here it's been talked dry about magda it's been a mess at than uh at rain uh underwater than they got mudslides volcanoes yes they can't win cooking mary eating indices knew something hill well maybe there's get something there going was like a in the alps i don't know if you heard about that one but ah last week there were they had so much snow in the french alps they had the the biggest snowstorms they've had in in more than 30 years and 3rd teens thousand tourists were stranded it adds her mat which is police i think they couldn't get down or what they the the roads where they had they had 20' stuck there something like that but the the roads were closed the trains could not get through they were bringing in helicopters they they moved a thousand people out by helicopter but finally they were able to to dig these like tunnels you look on the you look on the internet and these tunnels where the train could get through and finally the.

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"french alps" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"french alps" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Like in the alps i don't know if you heard about that one but uh uh last week they were they had so much snow in the french alps they had the biggest snowstorms they've had in in more than thirty years and third team thousand taurus were stranded at your map uh sleep because he i think they can get down or what they even the the roads were up they had they had twenty feet of stocks or something like that but they build roads were closed the trains could not get through they were really and helicopters they they moved to thousands of people out by helicopter but finally they were able to to dig these like tunnels you look on the you look on the internet in these tunnels where the train could get through and finally the people got out but yeah it's it's uh it's funny time magazine just last month had an article about how the ski areas and france were all losing their snow and they've got the biggest snowstorm in thirty years so uh i don't know when i see things like that it it it reminds me you there were one what are we start having record cold and record snow now lately of course they're trying to to say that uh global warming causes record coal i don't know how you can do that in say that but you know like uh what was it norfolk uh it was a call this since chester arthur was president can you can you have an ice age during a climate warming probably not quite proud would flee lacks no sense maybe it's warmer than average snow i i i don't know it it it makes no sense but there are so many records that have been broken that go back to the 1800s on the amount of snow and so those things are are just things that helped me that that uh i'm probably on the right track here mary is in wisconsin welcome to the show mary go ahead um uh i think god this is very important chip house all right all right go ahead um ten years ago it was in october of two thousand and shopping i filed me all right filed a patent for removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere it's been used for ten years it's been kept quiet by the media i believe the media's the.

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"french alps" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"french alps" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"But waiting until the last minute can be risky some items are so high end so rare that they don't even put them on the shelves we had to ask for these from behind the customer service death and this is the final lol ball and the last of the finger link left in the entire store tom shebbeare defined gifts and we're glad ralph on that shooter a right now you fake you to the index now the emergency rescue in the french alps caught on video hundred 150 skiers trapped at a gondola lift more than eighty feet above the ground seventy car stuck in total helicopters flying in rescue crews who dropped out to the gondolas frene the skiers and low in them down one by one to safety tonight everyone is okay and so far no word yet on what caused the cars to stall a warning now about some children's items that could be under your christmas tree and a potential esposito's hazard the retailer clair's pulling seventeen children's make products from stores in nine states the move coming up for one mother sent her daughters makeup to be tested it came back positive for the cancer causing material clear says it is investigating but says the recall is just a precaution serena williams announcing her returned to the tennis court just four months after becoming a mother the new mom plane an exhibition next saturday in abu dhabi the match her first since her daughter's birth in september and her marriage just last month williams looking to defend her australian open title next month as well and santa on the move let's take a live look now this is norad tracking saint nicks busy day and night at last check his sleigh and reindeer were over europe the journey beginning as always from his home near the north pole nor not just following santa he'll receive protection from a military escort once over north america that's a good thing finally tonight a home for the holidays a new york city police officer killed in the line of duty or three children spending their first christmas without their mother but thanks to the kindness of strangers they'll spend it together in their new home here's abc's adrian banker it was a coldblooded killing of a mother of three and a veteran of the nypd.

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"french alps" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"french alps" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"Didn't doesn't plenty of up to the first one disease it acts as a steal the coalition eight still lubricant i think he i don't go away with wearing a silas highs that sailors hack i do know but he probably handles like i know cycling hat it's kind of like i think he has to be all coolest marathon tool for asia around the world listener yes kitted look alqaeda's scheidt and film shades little ha fatal hannah highway was my furniture he says get round the world my annual sucking hollow took us to shinto st john demaria in the french alps was able to bring up a classic example black complete with erika nor salas hot chocolate does it like said i let you in his salem aides she's epo this is that when you look at it when you go out sunk in one of those walker who hats on the bike lance okay driscoll this was a horrible stomach bug iran east coast park run in singapore in the morning a niddhi keeled over from the humidity and he at allied dime for ten minutes off my second slow is part one of the year but there's nothing wrong with that we've been through the house it dan shower thing k after a halfmarathon of sitting down wasn't cutting it and i was passing act not much in the way of distinguishing landmarks in the park i'm afraid swat included a photo from off the park run of the amazing gardens by the bay film picked an amazing paul to for africa eleven mates and nice la la land has given that year in a bit of a fence or something behind uk.

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"french alps" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"french alps" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"It grace which could be seen on net slates these big hit at the sundance film festival that's amazing things year issei get a dope you're going to prove had the system is flawed and first you go through don catlin who's kind of an antidoping legend in the us california he gets cold feet says i don't feel comfortable anymore about helping you out but this guy i know in russia run in the lab in moscow gregory radchenko he's your guy and at least in the film of joe is more complicated than this it's basically you give them a call is i sure i'll help you brian what did you think what is it was so amenable to your over chores well it was certainly more complicated deflated in a film but of course couldn't a good storytelling you don't wanna get lost in the week and all we wanna keep your audience engage but yeah i mean he he agreed clout me and it certainly is something that he should have never agreed to have done under water protocol because got will again the rules will be being an amateur me being if filmmaker uh or not but we established a friendship to their friendship there was trust and through that trust i think he decided that he would take us roofs to help me and i think in his mind he kind of view that that he wasn't really doing anything technically wrong because i was uh an amateur but also despite him him living a belmont lives essentially there was never any anti doping russia he was only anti anti doping it was the facilitator that i think he also viewed the global system and sport catch athletes as a joke and he could use me to show that and perhaps through those uh inefficiencies maybe there will be change may then and he'd be able to essentially without without spilling the beans at the same time uh show exactly how we using the system was the see you deci i tried that you're going to test your theories by participating in a very high level amateur race in the french alps cycling race you're gonna do it the first year clean and you're gonna come back the next year having completed a full doping protocol under.

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"french alps" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"french alps" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Well next bond victories started noticing familiar patterns in antarctic ice maps he decided to mention it to other researchers at the university of edinburgh they listened fast for two years and his ideas led to the discovery of over a hundred volcanoes under a western at arctic an ice sheet which is especially impressive because mr de vries is still in school doing his undergraduate we reached maximum victories in the french alps max hello no that this entire discovery ninety one volcanoes all comes down to a hypothesis you had how does that feel it it feels so big quite quite surprising sphere is still it feels amazing in its own weight but i'm still i'm still understanding what i actually discovered for what went on was two years ago started looking i couldn't even of a matching the stupid have led to some not this so how did you come up with a hypothesis so basically i was just dumb it was almost like a coincidence that i came across the four kedo's i was looking at this this data which is basically a topographic maps post the the land underneath the antarctic icesheet i was looking it's it just because i had a course there was related to that and guys started noticing these these landforms the didn't quite seemed to fit in what prompted the interested in antarctic in the first place um so it's always just seemed to really really cool placed me and in every meeting of the two illitch but chris the so far away from effort thing and it's it's so hard to get too which means at the same time no one knows that much about it it's one of the few areas around the world but we we still have lots of things to discover in there they were still mountains that haven't been climbed two places that haven't been explored which was something i found extremely exciting so so you have this hypothesis than that may be underneath the ice there are volcanoes we'd never realized there were but nike one of them.

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"french alps" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"french alps" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"So what's your hope for people who see this movie well what's been great about it is when we didn't know how you're going to recognize with people and one of the things that we were very careful about doing was not make cycling movie we wanted to make it an inspirational movie a look a good story is a good story out matter whether it it cycling story or whether it it's a story about a an amazing czech player well why would i want to watch a movie about guy playing check i mean if you find a good story in and you can tell it well and it resonates with people there's nothing better and i remember one of my old bosses said look a good an immeasurable good story is you're sitting around a campfire and you don't have the ability used a visual leg or sound effect well unless you make them but you're sitting around a firing you're trying to hold an audience captive with a good story so start with a good story and so we started with a pen hacked the story of the courageous underdog and and we will hopefully this will resume end there's a little bit of a big weren't cats when you make a film about in particular topic sometimes people go all i don't really care about cycling so i don't wanna watch a cycling lobi but as you know from even my right across america uh and and i can assure you with this this is regulated with people from all walks of life again because it's just an interesting story and you get cold feet france in a way that you've never seen it before the first super 35millimeter equivalent in digital uh aerial shots over the period eased in the french alps in libya and all these beautiful little pounds and there's a little piece of world war one history in there and there some humor and and different people that we meet along the way the the mayor of bump a on kelly a if my wife calls it it's like a love letter to to france in terms of how it looks or the beautiful sunflowers and it it it's got layers to it you never know in until you put something out there and thankfully are film had resonated it we've got into stopped by up where it with it one that will favorite awards a couple of film credible.

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