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"gabon" Discussed on TED Talks Daily
"Turns out the way they walk and they eat and they poop. They increase carbon sequestration in the trees in the forest between 7% and 14%. Just imagine just by frolicking around they're helping us to grab carbon from the carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and fix it. So I thought, hey, maybe we can value their services too. Same thing. But again, use the same model of valuation. You follow the same methodology and you discount all of that to the present and you ask yourself, what is the value of a single elephant's carbon sequestration service? Would you like to know how much? Here we go. $2.6 million. Would you like to hear some more good news? Aside from forest because we are land people. We just think of forests. Go a little bit into the water. Seagrass, salt marsh, mangroves, kelp forest, speed land, wetland. These are living systems that suck in so much carbon dioxide beyond your imagination and they keep it forever in their roots as long as you leave them alone and you look after them. So if you think these numbers are big, wait till you see what I'm about to tell you next. In seagrass alone, seagrass alone, carbon sequestration. How much do you think is the value of the globe if you look at globally the seagrass and you value their carbon sequestration service? How much do you think it's worth? You ready? $2.3 trillion, that's the size of the German stock market. Now, what does this tell us? This tell us that a living and thriving nature is not only valuable intrinsically. It's also financially valuable to us. Question is, what do you do with this? So the science tells us what a wondrous earth we are on. We can value it in dollars and cents, questions, what are you going to do with it? Well, guess what? We can build a whole economy around a living and thriving nature. Not an extractive view of nature, but a regenerative view of nature. And that economy, thank you. That economy is going to deliver for us sustainable and shared prosperity for all big and small, all creatures on this planet. It does not have to be, I win, you lose. It is a win win, I'm going to show you how. From there, we can build in order to build that economy. We need three things. We need the science, the accounting, the scientific account of what is it that you have. How much of it do you have? Then people like me financial economists come around and they say, what is the value of what you have? The reason we value it is just to basically translate it into the language that policymakers can understand so they can make decisions. That's all. It's a translation. But then the third pillar is very important, which is the legal framing. The legal framing is very important. Because we need to protect the rights of nature, a living and thriving nature. Three things. Once you do these three things, you can create markets around nature. When I say markets around nature, not an extractive view of nature, but a regenerative view of nature. And I'm going to show you how. I'm going to show you how. Gabon has
"gabon" Discussed on Clubmarket Demo
"One down for sure I'm too loud and nasty as a wannabe you know shake your ass yeah it's in front of me boy take it there and tear your back out that shit ain't happen since the map is out your salon it'll drip then Gabon 95 we find a style run away to fit wanna taste the shrimp put me on a basement throw your face in it fucking none of y'all can't catch up my sex drive all night like a trucker let alone the skills I possess y'all gonna see by these moves I possess never settle for less I'm in excess not inexpensive devious to that's just the way I'm built now what a class three we got hit and tell me how nasty he get all the way from the hood to your neck of the Woods to rip my face right drop next tell me how nasty do you get all the way from the hood to your neck and what you trip what that is your whole world I got roll with The Rock and the belly careful and the candy Apple driver wheel tears full of your ears I found can you throw it like a quarterback third in the last week like digging with orb in the spot where maybe the cop in the city I'm the bomb digging pinata let's see round thing madam y'all make them turn over from the full court pressure to undress them shit all over your asses I ain't tell you knock it out after we gotta say but success and delay it we trying to run G from the
Putin illegally annexes 4 regions in Ukraine
"Russia has vetoed United Nations resolution calling its Ukraine annexation referendums illegal I Norman hall the measure would have condemned Russia's referendums in four Ukrainian regions as illegal declared them invalid and urged all countries not to recognize any annexations of the territory claimed by Moscow The resolution would have also demanded an immediate halt at Russia's invasion and immediate unconditional withdrawal from Ukraine The vote in the 15 member Security Council was ten to one with China India Brazil and Gabon abstaining U.S. ambassador Linda Thomas Greenfield had said before the vote that in the event of a Russian veto the resolution would be taken to the 193 member General Assembly where there are no vetoes
"gabon" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden
"All right, welcome in, southern sports game show. Last one for the all star break. I'm Joseph Gabon, give me scano. Don't worry. I know everyone on the couple people were wondering if we're going to make it tonight. No, not only that. I was going to say a lot of people are not mentioned. We're like, keep John away from the show. He's the bad luck no. The pistons bad luck charm and I guess it wasn't him. It wasn't John's fault because there's something still managed to lose this one. It looks good under two minutes to go. You look like the Celtics just had to make one more stop. And in my opinion, Jimmy, the playlist that out to me was the odds of rebound. Over made up for it and making that three quarter, but down the stretch, Jason Tatum game winner, potential game winner. It wasn't enough. And body man he joins us from TV garden. I guess we can start with Bobby Bobby. On what went down. I know Jimmy. I mean you guys later it's all good. Bobby, bob is gonna come in hot. So we might as well give him the floor here, and you know what? He probably has some probably has a quote for us for me, maybe Douglas or maybe he does it. But what's up Bobby? What you got, bob. Yeah, he may just finish that talked about the physicality that the pistons played with. We clearly saw that in the offensive boards throughout the game. And late. I thought kade Cunningham got into Tatum very aggressively on the defensive end used 5 fouls and a wise one on the end there on that go ahead that white could have thrown the Tatum for the win. And they held it down on those last two possessions. I think it was Cunningham who said, but brown on that first one got the block with Stewart. And then on the follow-up try after Cunningham's follow, he basically saw grant, stick right with kingdom on that fade away. Not great shots to me. He may like them, especially the Tatum one there. He didn't talk so much about the Brown one. But they did prefer to get downhill there. Obviously Brown did on that first try, just ran into a crowd and didn't pass it out..
"gabon" Discussed on ESPN FC
"From both the board, I think from what is the perfect world almost like in American football really when sometimes when you hit the ground with the ball, the ball is kept you and that's exactly what happens. I don't even know how you get himself in that position in the first place to be fair and then Stephen kolka, the former England international who now plays for Sierra Leone with the assist come out with the goal. And the whole game turned upside down completely by an incredible finale. Yeah, that groupie is so tight. It really is, as you say, all to play for. Meanwhile, Benjamin teta and big trouble, of course, being served a three match ban after what went on in the Gabon Ghana game. Just give us the context to this ban and what led up to it Jules. Yeah right at the end, I've been here just come on really only for a few minutes in a game and the game was quite feisty to be fair between the two with the equalizer from Gabon and then there was a Broadway at the end and did he arrived on the side and through a punch I actually do if you look at the video before making himself really quiet and almost disappear but the referee, the adjective referee saw it, I think that's probably help from VR two. He was obviously sent off and now ban an extra game really to the he would have had normally. And I think even three is quite kind of the whole craziness of the broad, so I think three obviously is pretty much over depending on how far can I go. But he could have been worse for him, so I think he could even be a bit lucky there. Yeah, of course, that all stemming from the fact that when the ball went out, it wasn't thrown back after they kicked out for an injury, really quite something. Let's just remind you how the group F looks after today Gambia with a one one draw against Marley,.
"gabon" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Be back tomorrow to reflect on that. You're back here with me tomorrow. That should be a punishment for anyone. What a moment. Careful combinations continue today. Let's take you through all the actions starting off with Gabon against Ghana at 18 minutes into this one. It would be Garner who would take the lead Thomas party, playing it through to Andre ayo and make it one nil. It's a really good defending against a little bit too, but gets it on the left foot, finds out far corner. It looked like that would be enough, but what about this later on? 88 brilliant goal from elvina to make it one one. Yeah, as a brilliant angle's not great. Just a yard, drop to shoulder, terrific finish. And you can see handbags afterwards. One one is how it finished. Meanwhile, Comoros islands, taking on Morocco. 16 minutes in to this one. It is Morocco who would take the lead eventually Amara makes it one nil. Yeah. We'll have a monster squeeze. I know. And then. In the 89 minute I booked out with a goal of sight says the linesman. However, var would have a check. I mean, it's just on side. And it's a two nil victory that is enough to see Morocco then through to the round of 16. It's how things stand any groups say confirmation that Morocco through Gabon meanwhile looking good in second Ghana with very much. It all to do as it stands as he welcome in a Linux to the show to reflect on what we saw today. Calling Garner in trouble..
"gabon" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles
"And I always tried to act the way I felt that they would because they were both true for oriented. You could never tell where general Gabon's going to show up on the outposts back on parade anywhere. And the night that we came back through the lines, he was down there with his aid, but he carried an M1 rifle. And I know that on one occasion he used it when he was surprised by that was a real it was like a traffic jam in Belgium during the bulls. And one of the people in our company sat down in a firebreak to take a smoke and a guy sat down behind him and they were back to back. And he got through. They got up and looked around. And the other guy was a German. That's how confused things were. So they parted company one round one way and one around the other, but it was really a confused situation for a while because of the both the U.S. and American stragglers walking around in those dense Woods forests. Amazing. Amazing. We could spend so much more time on. Oh yeah. On World War II, but let's move to Korea. You decided to stay in the service at the conclusion of World War II. And where did you find yourself when the Korean War broke out? I was enlisted by a first sergeant and I was reassigned to the 82nd. And I got a direct commission at the end of the war as a second lieutenant. And when the Korean War broke out, I was in the 82nd and we were laying for about 200 ulcers to go to Korea. And we all went about the same time in the latter part of 50 when my best buddy had been with me during World War II. He had a childhood friend that was a colonel in Eisenhower's. I mean, Macarthur's headquarters. So when we arrived in Japan, he called him and said, my mother told me that I should call you let you know that I'm here and so forth in blah, blah, blah. Renewing their friendship. And he said, what are you guys going? I know we're infantry officers will be patently just probably with one of the divisions. They say, well they're organizing a new unit there and they need combat experience, parachute is so would you guys be interested? We say, well, anything could be better than being an infantry. But it didn't turn out that way. But we then were picked up from the camp and taken down Tokyo and briefed on the fight. We were going into the classified organization that operated behind the lines. And we were to recruit Korean partisans and reinforced by some Chinese that were sent from Taiwan. And when I arrived there, I was the airborne qualified guy, and I took over the airborne operations section and I trained and dropped agents and partisans all over North Korean and southern manchuria. And I lost one plane load of people because the Chinese agent had managed to warm his way in the system. And he threw a grenade in the plane as he jumped out and blew it up and of course that caused the loss of a handful and to jump masters that were lost..
"gabon" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast
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"gabon" Discussed on Sky News Daily
"And that's one of the cases of apathy crisis not face without of us loss change and more generally the degradation of the bias. Can i ask you about a problem that we've been looking at here on the climate show at sky news and we sent a reporter to gabon where their revenues from oil drying out. So they're going to have to start a program of deforestation because of course this demand for the timber and they're very rich in In timber there. How do you tell a developing nation that they can't exploit their natural resources. When richer countries have been doing it and enjoying the economic growth that they get from it for decades right questioned the way your post the question tell some of the answer is you can't what you should do is to pay them to protect it protect the rainforest because the rainforests are global public. Good the benefit of all. We may not imagine that to be the case but they do history for it. Do you think professor desk of two. Oh the global community and that is the point trying to get to in suggesting that we needed institutional arrangement global too arrangement for managing the global comments on the one hand which like the oceans and the atmosphere as a sink for illusion which are open access and then also the global public goods like the tropic rainforests which are not open access as they belong there. They belong to national. They're within confined to national jurisdiction. So we need to pay the nations to protect them because we are benefiting and so we ought to pay a us like as payment for ecosystem services. And i was suggesting that we could raise the revenue when i say we i mean international institution that. I'm imagining from charges. On the use of the global comments like the oceans attracting dips board. So it's not really looking at a huge amount generated through taxes it simply payments for services which are currently going free..
"gabon" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast
"If you're taking them in the proper dosages if you go crazy with this you can die off anything. If you take too much oxygen you can take too much water. You can die if you take a billion milligrams of vitamin c. You can die. I think but but it's it's it's ridiculously safe. And by the way on that topic lines pauling used to give patients upwards of two hundred to two hundred fifty thousand milligrams of vitamin c intravenously. And they were all safe. Nothing happened to them. Nobody died in fact. They became incredibly healthy when they did that. So that's the thing. That's the thing with with supplements with minerals with vitamins with herbs versus pharmaceutical drugs. That's the big key. Difference is the safety and the efficacy. Oftentimes the efficacy is even better but even if the efficacy was the same the safety the track record on the safety is is light years difference between one and the other So that's the the so another top ten anxiety supplement that i'd like to recommend is or i should say suggest or recommend to my best friend or family member who's listening to me. Right now is touring. Taurine is another incredible amino acid. I really liked touring It does wonders in your brain for anxiety it. To as many roles chief among them is the ability to activate the inhibitory glycemic receptors in the brain so inhibitory lycene receptors function similarly to gabon mentioned before it's another one of the The neurotransmitters. That calm you down and has a sedative Type of function to it. Relaxing calming sedative. Type of a function shuts down the excited tori neurotransmitters at the same time and touring is a precursor to gabba as well again. A lot of these things do similar or have similar functions In the in the brain. So i'm sorta repeating myself. But i want to give you the information because it's information that you can use to choose and decide. Whatever you wanna do Hopefully you know you're taking some of this information taking notes some of these things. I recommend But so so it's also it also lowers the glutamate in your brain as well along with boosting the glycemic chapters in boosting functionality. Lycene so overall it kinda works on on a number of fronts in the brain similar to some of the other ones And it's just an incredible one so it does it does. The same relaxing type of thing has the same relaxing function. Thinning taurine very similar in functionality. Actually both amino acids both very effective again. I i don't really want throw too many dosages out there. They actually are in the book. If you get the book you'll see all these dosages. I recommend They are specifically in the book. And they're worded properly for you to take in and consult with your physician but they are in there so you can get all the dosages. I just want to mention to you what they are. So you have this information another one of my all time favorites though all time. Favorites is valerian root. I absolutely loved valerian. Root it is one of the most commonly used herbal remedies for anxiety stress and even for sleep. I've i've been taken. Actually having taken valerian root for sleep for probably six months or so but i was taking valerian root for years straight by the way like they say you. You should sometimes like you know Cycle your supplements and especially when it comes to herbs they but it comes lerhner in particular they say disciple it. I never actually cycle that. I just kept using it for years. Straight like two three straight and it was. It was magical. It really was incredible. It was so so good for for sleep and relaxation and Common you down. It is probably the best gab producer in the brain out there it really does help you. Produce incredible amounts of gabba. Which just helps you relax and calms you down like nothing else you. Don't you want to be careful because it is such a profound gap producer. It can if you take too much of it can make you very sleepy so you don't really wanna take during the day if you don't if you don't have to but if you're going to this one i'll give you the on this one a rough idea of the dosage but we're talking about like four hundred fifty milligrams to to nine hundred milligrams for sleep so you taking that at night. You want get a little sleep benefit from it. You take that type of range of a dose if you take an during the day though if you wanna take it during the day for anxiety it's more of the one hundred to three hundred milligram range for dough so a lot less than what you would take night because it can be very Tiring and even relaxing and even sedative sedating to the point. Where you're you're gonna wanna sleep. They don't take if you're driving if you're going to be driving operating heavy machinery for that for that matter but it can outperform benzodiazepines like xanax without side effects attributed to these sedatives and same thing but some of the other ones. I mentioned it works incredibly well for the gabba bouncing out some of the neurotransmitters But yeah it really does have the same types of benzodiazepine effects without the side effects that accompany those from drugs. Which is why. I absolutely love it. another one that i wanted to mention too is c. d. as. Cbd is a is. I like cbd. I i am a big fan of in by the way some of my views not all but actually not not even some but just a couple like one or two. My views on supplements from the book have changed since time wrote the book which is about three years ago now. It takes a long process by the way to to from writing conception of book to actual publication book and thereafter. There's a long period of time. So i wrote the book probably three years ago and so my views have changed on one or two of these tiny tiny bit so. Cbd's is probably one of the things i i was really in love ac- before i still really like cd. I'm just not in love with it. And like i was before and the only reason is because i've since learned that it can be very tough on the liver. It's it's really. It's a lot for the leverage of process similar to alcohol Cbd can actually be very tough maybe not as maybe not as tough on the liver as alcohol but chew it in many ways where it can be harming to deliver and so. It's not like you hear all these guys like. Oh yeah you know. Marijuana can cure this and marijuana can do that. Thc and you know cbd's incredible heal that it can cure this. It's like yeah. Cbd's good it's good. It's good. It's not great in my opinion and it's not as innocuous as a lot of these. Cbd super fans would have you believe cbd is good. Don't get me wrong cds. 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"gabon" Discussed on The Joy of Text
"Sort of certainly itself suggests sense of intense pleasure and then there are cases in the call would where it's about. I hope this is not going to be too graphic for the audience. Try to do the pg rated version of this but this is in the talmud. The tom basically that a man has to withhold himself until the woman orgasms Because you know to ensure that she has pleasure because otherwise it's easy for him to have pledged to orgasm and not worry about his wife achieving that And it even speaks about having like you know intercourse twice with his wife so that even if he's done that she could have pledge wore. Pleasure the irony of that. Of course we just need to spend minutes on. That is that it's so unbelievably. Lovely gabon is concerned about making sure that the woman has pleasure but since the whole thing is will ends of the man all suggesting is war intercourse which let's let's be honest. Audience is the least likely wave women that we know that three hundred ten women gathered through intercourse seventy and eighty percent from a handwriting. Malibu ninety four percents from a vibrator statistic. That's out there it's ironic. It's always been ironic to me that that damara in it's an waving kamara formation that they had in its something kind of very sweet about it all now. Just keep the injured wars until she has.
"gabon" Discussed on The Brutal Truth About Sales and Selling
"I don't know i. I tried to figure that out and did you develop this process. This guy off the street process or was this something you learned. I think it is something that is slowly discomfort and and and then sordal builds building a little bit. al gets. I mean when you build up to march for identity. Get your little tricks so you'll have to it brings you. to this. philosophical question was as a genuine efendic human being on the other end of the of the zuma theme. How can i. How can i communicate to you to achieve person and that you can trust me potentially be fun doing business with each other. That's sobar drive. How what we naturally turn on our sales voice and we get excited because in her mind were hoping to qualify. Deal right right. You're right. I kind of think that way don't we that's true and and i think people immediately feel when you are doing a role when you are doing what you think you should ever through reacting from From the inside of free warr And that is super indefinable. It's it's it's that this is something that you can't. I think you can train or you're gonna influence because i think we almost get stuck in that rep zone where we're playing the sales rep that sometimes. It's it's you right absolutely. And i like how you use slow things down. You take your time. You don't rush things and by the way in the funny thing is sometimes you have a conscience risk right and it's big huge amounts as risk and then they got halen. Can you fixes your up. The music starts right. The only thing you. I mean this is. I think this is the one only situation. You can only solve addressed. Because dan the hall that they're always they're always dissatisfied because of everything related to the company and the product and be so they have to rebuild that trust. So is this guy going to to help us do it right now or is it. The other next guy just is like this this this and does nothing right because day. Care about themselves their problems. What they're facing data gabon's about you know cared about this right like this in their toolbox yard You're easy embraceable by by dealer next tool that potentially about adult standing. They think they got a better. Ooh it might be that. They got a better to in their specific situation. So right and i think this is where sales reps misunderstand. The words service because when i hear service i think you do what the client wants in sales we want to do. What's right for the client which sometimes requires convincing them. What's right for them. Yeah exactly and and not always thankful for this and and also they will always to the the by the way that your manager likes ecstatic products right because if manager says bouch for short term gains them that it could be a the rome approach. I mean if if i'm sending to you and i know that your biggest problem can only be solved for twenty percents with my tool. I though straight down them. That in the face i will tell them. Potentially your bedroom. I buying this and then in half a year Getting back to me. Because if they're doing their joke rights they will eventually find out the bill. Thank it out. Or i will sell them my stuff and then they won't use it any year. I have a problem. So it's always i think. Is this sort of approach Writing because when they buy the wrong thing do they ever own. That was their decision that they bought the wrong thing. Now they're gonna blame someone else naturally exactly exactly end Right and i think your point about thick gonna figure it out anyway. And then then then brian ville will work for this other firm and and he will never talk to me again right. So and the. That's what happens because trust is that you care more about them than your own personal interest you align but when there is this point that you have to be really almost to say. I think i starve..
"gabon" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Three kilometers to to vote on the beach. And so it's really fun because there's a tour. I'm not sure if this is relevant. But there's a tool you can do of this remarkable stretch of beach. That's on the wild coast of south africa and they are fussell's on the beach. It's one of the country. With fossilized tree bought a box from skulls and and tree bark and molluscs. He's ancient fossilized ruins on the shore. And i was on a tour way. We went exploring and looking for these mollusks and these skulls and these three remnants and is ins the toy ends at the sites way beach begins or nelson de la beach and you can basically see that those caves that the episodes show where the Sleeping in the caves during the early stages of the game. I saw those case in real life because of the twa so i mean i really have become super invested end and as someone who really loves to africa and our incredible coastline to watch it. On tv is kinda childhood dream. Come true i remember in savannah gabon and i was so obsessed with the fact that we had a survivors sort of season being filmed in africa. And i was j-. I think we had a cost the way un-american survivor who was from south africa and that begin accents. I was upset at the idea. Jillian yeah and one day they would come here and they come from and now it's happened so for me like that's one of the major highlights is the location has just been superb. In the way that survivor is a production side have managed to make this incredible season. That looks aesthetically. Pleasing functions economic survivor season does during a pandemic that for me is the overall the largest. Take away from it is that it's just a beautifully shot and fantastic functioning season. So that's been the real hot for me off now. I now i have this image of the merge episode where chappy is digging furiously fossil instead phasing and thinks it's an idol. Maybe incredible but i was just thinking about like you being on your war.
"gabon" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo
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"gabon" Discussed on H3 Podcast
"Gave a darbar beautiful so check chick of the markets closed but was going to say. Check their stock right now. It's got it's got to be tanking. Tanking fits thank you right now. Back to where i see a white clawed gabon kamya everybody if you want personalized shut off from him go ahead. Eagles also brought. I don't know if you guys had it and It's like a snack but it's healthy. Oh that is not healthy. Well kind of it's made of sesame. It's made of sesame fat and sugar. It's like healthy fat Mosquito baby healthy. This saying i'm surprised. Fat and sugar. I don't know but it's it's a desert. Well this up a little on. Israeli fico right. What is that could be tempest. Yes you know it. Yeah you would know middle eastern thing. This is actually my dad's favorite snack. There you go parents yeah. Mother fooling themselves healthy And then i brought little magnets that have the they have hebrew slang words on them and it also says in english and in arabic how to say oh well okay so yeah any yanni yawn yanni that is as if yanni he i know he means brother or dude. A he bro. Yeah but they say. giver get v. gates gates. Oh that's german. I'm fucking such a weirdo. Talk less ductless bottom line the talk. Let's is so how dare the way baby. There's nothing better the best so far there all the way i'm sorry says and that's what you call the evil handwrite. It's a hamster. Good luck to da. That's not really slaying. Is it to that. Thank you are up our one by one. Yeah but i also means cow but you can tell by cow up cocoa and yesh man's rule who or yes. Yeah everybody gets.
"gabon" Discussed on Talking Clean with Irene
"These things called short chain fatty acids which is really beautiful. Anti inflammatory things we make when the issues with inury bang nights are the things that affect down mood as well as other things like gabon serotonin dopamine noradrenaline with the bane challenged as well as if there's issues with b-vitamins being made if there's leaky gut the the gut will signal to the mind that these are things that are happening and the and the mind will respond to that end in the opposite direction away if we're running on chronic stress so if we have what we call that that sympathetic nervous system. Which we all might know fought flight. Freeze that stress can really impact on michael by. I'm have got functions trauma. I'm an which can lead ongoing stress That can also send signals to the gut which alters out got function this something coda the vegas nerve which is this big highway between the mining got and we can have what we call a pull time so the the tone i guess. Ability to function can be compromised and the gut is responding to this information And then my not do things like processed food properly. I not died may not be having a signaling to signal bow and say might be experiencing constipation and things like that so you know it is incredibly incredibly complex. But it doesn't have to be when it comes to will had a week support the mind gut connection as well so we can do really simple things by just like stress reduction techniques and those type of things that can stop that process in any of the nitty gritty stuff. Sometimes need to go to the help because looking at how to support poor vehicle tarn. You'd be like what is that in. How do i begin to do that. Sorry a lot's going on there when it comes to the gut skin connection the skin is definitely a productivity is inflammation than i end immune dysfunction that as well as al body potentially using skin as i a day talks organ. If the got itself isn't able to sorry there's there's also or also stress can't forget that big one that can really influence askins health to okay and and and go ahead. I'm gonna throw something else that she then yep how hormones. They must be another highway. Right lanes also definitely a pot of it. So there's a couple of ways that this happens but this a pot of the microbiome which they've kind of the blowing which is kind of like an eastern asian influencing pot of the microbiome on and these micro and these microbes on can help metabolize estrogen and they can also create an enzyme code vaguely corona days. This sky when produced in too hot quantities can actually then stop this regulate out estrogen and the white does it. So if we think about outpatient hormones made bow ovaries but also ation can be made in l. fatman things like that as well But you know when we when it's going through the body eventually goes through. The limbaugh gets packaged up. Internacional present in little postle ready to be excreted through the bales and if this enzyme in the gut is too high and functioning too much these apostles ready for excretion get on wrapped on bands and then we have this estrogen that basically gets reabsorbed into the body and then starts doing its thing again so we can kinda had the circulating estrogen happening because i've got elimination detox. Pathway isn't is. It's kind of like undoing. All this hard work so are when we have a state of. I guess an excess of free asian you can get hollow things like pay. Ams irregular cycles fibroids Those type of things as well as mood on mood gets affected as well..
How Natalie W Won Survivor: Gabon
"We're focusing on two groups of p of winners for these podcasts. Those who make us wonder how they won and those who did such a good job that we think it's worth discussing them so far we've mostly done the former category and that's where we are again today with natalie Have to admit. Even as i watched the whole season and especially the final tribal council. I still found myself wondering how the heck one based solely on what we saw on tv but that just reminds us how important it is for us to follow our path like we always do during the normal survivor season which is comparing how she played the rules. I originally wrote way back after season one. And of course comparing russell's players well because much like we saw in the case of fabio perhaps multiplied several times over natalie's win is directly linked with the losses of russell and mick mostly russell
"gabon" Discussed on KPCC
"A lot of industries to change. But for the fashion industry that dawning came a little more slowly. You know, I'll use that. That old analogy about a frog in the warm water. Okay, slowly starts to boil. Off. I know. Like the fashion industry slowly started to boil. Robin Gabon gave me a sort of time line in March April, There was a sense that everything had come to a grinding halt, Certainly, but I think there was a lot of projected optimism. And then I think somewhere around The end of the summer, when it became very clear that sort of runway shows as usual, couldn't happen. It became. Oh, my God. We never realized how much we will desperately miss the old ways that we complained about so much. In the shop with Robin. We're going to talk about the future of fashion and why this industry feeds on fantasy, sometimes to its own detriment. We'll also discuss the power of the Instagram ad. And why some luxury cos they're actually doing pretty well despite everything, but first I wanted to get a better sense of how the industry worked before the pandemic, and how are my change? After Wow. You know there were one of the ongoing frustrations with the industry was that it had gotten himself into a situation in which design houses both high.
"gabon" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Viruses forced a lot of industries to change. But for the fashion industry that donning came a little more slowly. You know, I'll use that. That old analogy about the frog in the warm water, Okay, he starts to boil. Both. I know, like the fashion industry slowly started to well, Robin Gabon gave me a sort of time line in March April, There was a sense that everything had come to a grinding halt, Certainly, but I think there was a lot of projected optimism. And then I think somewhere around The end of the summer, when it became very clear that sort of runway shows as usual. Couldn't happen. It became Oh my God, we never realized how much we will desperately miss the old ways that we complained about so much. In this chat with Robin. We're going to talk about the future of fashion and why this industry feeds on fantasy, sometimes to its own detriment. We'll also discuss the power of the Instagram ad. And why some luxury companies are actually doing pretty well despite everything, but first I wanted to get a better sense of how the industry worked before the pandemic. And how are my change? After Wow, you know there were one of the ongoing frustrations with the industry was that it had gotten himself into a situation in which Design houses, both.
Like Water in the Desert
"Philip start by introducing you all ramona. Button of ramona's american indian foods. I am Pima living on the pima reservation here on a hill river. I am also have donal them from south of here. They used to be known as the papagos. But now they're called the on them and the p. r. on them that's my other half mesa river people. And i'm gary ramona's husband terry button ramona. Interior farmers their farms about an hour. Southeast of phoenix on the way to tucson and the whole region is a desert. The sonoran desert includes phoenix and tucson and parts of california and it stretches all the way over. The border into mexico. Ramona's ancestors have been farming in the region for thousands of years and her dad kept the traditional live on the reservation where she grew up. My father did the wheat. He did the tempered. Beanstalk brown swam bob and the white tip rabin which is the start about and he did. Squash the gabon. Ceos watermelon and sugarcane and the black eyed peas just us above and chilies mostly. I don't for his chili. And those tilles are part of what brought ramona and terry together. Ramona had left the reservation to work as a nurse. In south dakota terry was there studying lakota songs and culture friends introduce them and they told ramona. That terry had picked up a few words of pima as well. That's the language of ramona's people in the south west. So terry tried out his rudimentary pima on her. And i said well you're saying it correctly but you're Die like accent is different and so it was a little bit hard to decipher. But i could understand him. So i said well Maybe we're a good match and so it happens. And then when i came when i met ramona the first experience i had with southwest cuisine was her dad's long green chilis and they were so hot they blistered my lips. They turned white. She would send him to me in the mail when i went back to school. Share with some of my buddies. Nobody could eat them and her dad. Pretty famous actually in the local community as well known for he's used to sell small brown paper lunch sacks with chilis and he'd have mild and medium hot he regulate a chilly temperature by the way he irrigated his chile's he wouldn't let anybody else water his plots not just because he was manipulating the firing of his tilles. It was because the water itself was so rare and so precious. There was never enough. A shirt is a place full of things other than water. They get a bad rap because they have low rainfall and It's as if they're empty spaces. Gay napkin is a desert agricultural ecologist. And he's written more than a dozen books about agriculture and the desert and its foods. He lives an hour south of tucson also in the sonoran desert within a mile and a half of where i am sitting right. Now we have evidence of forty five hundred years of agriculture in the form of corn remains from an archaeological site. So i am in the valley in the united states with the oldest history of agriculture. Yeah well as far back and farther back than written history can go. The people were farming. Here when padre eusebio kino who was the first non indian person to come into this country came here and visited the payments in sixteen seventy five. They were irrigating their fields with diversions from the hilo river at that time
Mega Beauty Influencer Jackie Aina on Diversity in Beauty
"Okay. So first of all, Jackie, how are you all sweaty right now? But I'm doing good. I'm I'm like exhausted like excited all at the same time, but I'm doing well, what about both of you? Right now, I'm just trying not to go Jackie Jackie. Jackie jacket jacket. Jacket. Lead such a signature. It's like the best thing ever puts me instantly in a good mood when I see one of your videos. So we wanted to get into a little bit of your beauty must, of course, we always like to get a little insight into when you're obsession with beauty started. So going way back. Do you remember like what your first product obsession was like high school or even grade school so for? For me, my earliest beauty obsession was definitely fragrance and I know it's a little offbeat. But when I was a kid as early as like eight nine, I had a condition called hyper hydrolysis, and so I didn't know it was a condition. I didn't know there was like a name for this, but it's basically someone who is an excess sweater that sounded like sweater as in like a Cardigan. No. Like someone who sweat. So I would sweat a lot and my mom had to, and so you know like when you're a kid like prisoner, kids are just mean evil. So you get teased that was just like one more thing to be embarrassed about and really shy about. So my earliest memory of beauty was like onboard with my mom through like different fragrances that we would wear to try to like you know mascot because you know growing up, we didn't have a ton of money. We couldn't afford like luxury. Luxury bags, luxury cars or shoes, but you can afford alums refrigerants like that was like the closest thing to like having something. Really. Really. Nice. So my definitely, my earliest memory of like being instability was due fragrance and I was always fascinated I make up I was just like really to shied aware it because I don't want to put it on. Crazy. So I feel like fragrance came first and then somewhere in their makeup was like something I was really fascinated by, but wasn't bold. Bold, enough to like actually like indulge in it. But fashion was like really my thing, I would draw sketch design and my mom was a seamstress. So she would like make the clothes for me on my palm gown like see. We knew it was something that I did with my mom. So that's something that I really love to, and ironically she was a very light makeover. She would literally only wear lipstick and live sticking hearings. Thumbs only thing and she would always tell me if you. You ever need a pick-me-up. All you need is a good pair of earrings and lipstick, and you're good and what was the fragrance you'd walk in the room and Jackie. What was that smell? The earliest one that I remember us being like really obsessed with was dolgin Gabon a light blue. I remember that being one of our favorites I, remember US wearing a Scada I. know she hated to know that was one thing I remember until this day I still hate to know fragrances because. I, it just doesn't work with our body chemistry. But yeah, I remember those I think she probably were a little bit of Rossler into. But yeah. We were like fragrance snob sunny. We would just be like. Now, as she went to, she would explain to me like fragrance notes and like what things work better. You know on different she explained to me like how the body chemistry work that it was just like a really really like losing weight and like bond with her and yeah, just neutral good. If some ever listeners aren't that familiar with your backstory, can you let everyone know how you got into beauty and Youtube and because you actually in the military for a bit as well? Right yes. Yes. So, my story is like a hot mess, but as as you know like. A lot of us don't have like one linear path to success like its curves and bumps grows mountains. Traffic is toll lanes, all kinds of crazy stuff. So basically, I was always really heavily into arts and beauty and fashion I thought was my life calling when I was young was literally like go to film study fashion and become like either designer like a merchandiser or something and fashion industry. So you know your parents you down and you're like sixteen seventy, they're like, what are you gonNA. Do with your life and I'm just like Duh. You know like I'm going to study fashion like, why are you gonNa me this like low. But the problem is like, what am I? Is An immigrant. He's from Nigeria. Okay. So when you explain to, you know like a black American parent and African American parent you WANNA go dot a greater field. They may be more open to it. They may be a little judgy. It just depends on who you ask, right. Nigerian on the other hand. When you tell them, you're going especially your parents when you tell them, you're going into the crater field. They like absolutely not. They're like how? To do, but you're not doing
GitHub Engineers Discuss Upcoming Features for GitHub Mobile
"What are the upcoming features? Gabon mobile that you're focused on right now. Some of the big ones Bryan talked a little bit about the notifications support I. think that's pretty important to us right now. One of the big ones that we are committed to to reaching at least a V., one of support by the end of the year would be get enterprise support. And get help has a ton of of large customers they use on premises. Installs of enterprise to build build APPs to build their tools to just run their software development teams. Some of these companies you know have tens of thousands of employees, and we really WANNA find a way so that those people can also just as much as the open source, open source or get hub enterprise cloud users have been able to use our APP to build and collaborate on software. We want to do the same for on premise customers. Well. Is there anything else that you guys would like to add about where you see? Get hub going or what changes you anticipate around the Social Network for developers? Think, we're seeing just more and more this liberation from the laptop and the desktop and I think if we project out, you can just imagine the workflows we've talked about becoming better and smoother and faster around triaging and collaborating reviewing discovering I think we can just go so deep. There I'm excited also about like the massive amount of people who have yet to discover get hub, and who aren't developers yet, and what role can get help and like. Finding them projects to learn from and contribute to overall just build more software better faster more securely. It's like this really virtuous cycle that I think we can speed up and make it feel a lot more fluid away from a computer, because not everybody has five thousand dollar Mac books like if we can, but that on a phone, we unlock a lot of software development capabilities for a lot more people, so it's a little, high level and vague and May tibial fluffy answer, but that really is our our approaching this like we can see a lot more activity. HAPPENING ON MOBILE APPS over time, and as people transition to just not needing that keyboard all the time.
Demi Lovato Spills Tea on Friendship With Selena Gomez
"Abbado is spilling the T. On her celebrity friends who okay Demi is on the cover of Harper's bizarre and she talks about is the main issue as she talks about. She's no longer friends with Selena Gomez she does say that she loves the supportive friendship that she shares with Ariana Guerande. Let's start with the start with this. Okay so she says to women who are in competitive industry. The whole world seems that they wanted women against each other. So it'd be so easy to do that so she loves that Arianna in her. Have this great friendship. And there's not any kind of competition there as she talks about how she really really valued finding good girlfriends industry because she has such a hard time doing that Do you think it's hard to find friends within the same industry your end? I think it depends on how young you are. When you get into the industry I think a lot of times when girls come up together in any industry at some point the level of immaturity in the things that you go through in life will tear you apart that I got into this industry later on in life so the friendships I have. I don't see as competition. I see more as a guiding light. Like for me Scott Evans. Who's also you know? A young black man on this type of show is Kinda Sorta my guiding light in this whole thing and had we started off younger had been going through the trenches together in our early twenties. Maybe that wouldn't be the same. Yeah you know. I haven't done this for quite a while and I do know what you're saying and I do think it's changed. I think when I was younger I do think there was a lot more competitive and it was never outspoken. Typical High School Bullshit. You know where it's like. Oh well Carissa is is doing that. I could be doing that. I'm better than her. You know things like that that would be unsteadily said behind my back and I'd hear about it was like high school gossip stuff you know and then you did you got to an age where you realize. There's room for everyone right and the better. What does honestly lift everybody up so but it takes a long time to get to that point and I don't know that any some people don't get to that point I think especially in. This is not demis industry or our industry but I think reality stars have a hard time with s because they all think that they have the most interesting lives and that they have the best stories and that's why they do make a reality stars because they have this competitive edge with each other that it's really hard for them to be supportive in cheer the others. Don't you think I think when you start a reality show early on and again at the younger age I'm going to go at it? Behooves you have drama with somebody to have that competition. I think what producers trying to do. Is they try to say this. Is Anyone show? Whoever comes up and shines the most will be the queen. Bee of the show are the king of the show. So I think that's how they set this whole I think the same thing happened with Demi Levato and would selena Gomez there were people in their ears backing fort being. You're the next big thing. You're the next big thing so you automatically became competition. But it's so odd to me that now that these girls are in a more mature age. They've gone through stuff in life. I can't believe they haven't turned around and said while we are obviously more related than we know. We're both going through different things. We've both are struggling with our mental health. Maybe let's go back to those to those moments when we were kids in talk about the things that we went through and talked about how our mental health that was undiagnosed at the time and untreated might have played A. Yeah absolutely. I think you're right but it's interesting. Because so here's the thing what she said about. Selena Gomez they're basically. She said she had mixed feelings. What's laying posted this message on instagram? After performed on the grammy's because she basically says when you grow up with somebody you're always going to have love for them but I'm not friends with her so it felt that Dadan. She stopped herself I think he was looking for the word disingenuous and I think after your friend goes through something like she went through a matter who you are if we haven't talked in five years and you came out five years later and said that you went through this. You almost died. You went to Rehab. You got you know you brought in for evaluation and I was your friend at any point in my life. I will stop. Pick up the phone and say hey. I just saw your performance. It was moving. I just WanNa let you know that I'm here for you on top of that. I would double down on that if I had been through. Some of the the same things as we heard Selena Gomez open up about her bipolar disorder and about things that she was struggling when there is no better opening. Line to recuperating a friendship like. I know what you've been through. I've been through the same thing before snow. Use the L. That Selena. Maybe didn't take that step detects her personally and the fact that she went out and did it publicly. It almost looked as though this genuine over grill. You got you know somebody who knows somebody who can get in touch `Gabon to get my number for united then connect this belief. I think that sometimes they don't take the proper steps and when I'm sorry if you would oppose that about me on instagram and tried to go that route. I would've been upset. Yeah I talked to. I can't help. But wonder if her becoming closer to scooter. Braun made her rethink what she thinks about Selena. Thank I can only imagine. Scooter has said some stories and know some things about her that we don't know about and she's probably heard them. Maybe I don't know I wonder win. Her mind about a wonder what point it became. Slain is not my friend. I mean I mean the fact that she's going on record in a magazine. Sancti is not my friend I mean to me I feel like most loved would have been like. We don't talk as much as we used to. But you know always love her and you know always support her. Whatever you'd give some sort of vague answer like that but she's like we're not friends at. I think this will happen before. Scooter Braun. Because they haven't been friends in a very very long time and I think if anything I think moving forward scooter. Braun knows that twelve step program in an INS and out the INS and outs of it I think. Scoot Ron has been a part of an has had a hand in getting a lot of his artists on the right track and he knows the steps and he knows that forgiveness is a big step and he knows that making a man's is a big step and sometimes making a men's isn't about saying hey. I'm sorry it's about saying hey I accept that we're not friends anymore but I don't have any blood because my sobriety is important. I DON'T THINK SCOOTER. Braun is going to fire up this engine. I do think though the Taylor swift of it all might have played a part in it because Selena is a huge supporter of Taylor swift and Demi Levato came after Taylor Swift after the scooter. Braun allegations have been made I. I don't think it's a scooter. Braun thing I think it's a quick thing okay. I don't know I just feel like if you already are starting to change your mind about somebody nearly certainly cut them out of life and then you cut them out of your life and then you become closer with people who also don't love this person it just as fueled the fire to be like. Yeah I don't need you in my
Elizabeth Warren ends her 2020 presidential bid.
"Elizabeth Warren who electrified progressives with her plan for everything and strong message of economic populism dropped out of the Democratic presidential race yesterday days after the one time front runner failed to win a single Super Tuesday state. Not even her own for much of the past year campaign had all the markers of Success. Robust poll numbers impressive fundraising and a sprawling political infrastructure. That featured staffers on the ground across the country but once voting began in February she never found reliable base of supporters as Democrats coalesced around Vermont. Senator Bernie Sanders her progressive rival and former Vice President. Joe Biden who established himself as the leading centrist in the race. I refuse to let disappointment. Blind me or you to what we've accomplished. Warren told her campaign staff on a call. Yesterday we didn't reach how goal but what we have done together. What you have done has made a lasting difference. It's not the scale of the difference. We wanted to make but it matters outside Massachusetts home on Thursday. Warren said she wasn't going to endorse anyone else right away. I need some space and I need a little time right now. She said Lauren's voice cracked when she talked about meeting so many little girls while campaigning around the country for the past year and knowing they're going to have to wait four more years at least to see a woman in the White House Warren's exit leaves the Democratic Field With just one female candidate who WII representative Tulsi Gabon
Different Humpback Whale Groups Meet To Jam
"This is scientific Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Jason Goldman. Male humpback whales are the concert singers of the marine world these ocean giants belt out tunes that can be heard perhaps hundreds of miles away the songs attract, friends and lovers and maybe keep rivals at bay. And now we learned that humpbacks in different ocean basins, the south Atlantic and the Indian on opposite sides of the African continent. Share melodies that song that my lunch between individuals folk today, the best example of cars onto cultural transition from peer to peer rather than from parent offering Melinda rectal marine conservation, scientists with the wildlife. Conservation society's ocean giants program. The International Whaling Commission has identified seven distinct humpback whale breeding populations in the southern hemisphere. These are whales that meet up in the same warm tropical waters each year to mate and give birth. But when mating season is over. Whales migrate to Chile polar regions to gorge on krill using genetics and photographic surveys of migrating humpbacks, researchers know that males in these colder feeding areas interact with other males from different breeding populations. But scientists did not know this meet up provides the whales with the opportunity to have vocal jam sessions where they trade melodies and the amount of song overlap between the whales that breed off 'gabon in the Atlantic. And those that breed near Madagascar in the Indian Ocean varies year to year. That's according to a study of more than fifteen hundred individual sounds that were recorded between two thousand one and two thousand five the results are in the journal, Royal Society opened science that might sense that in some years that may be different Asian graphic conditions. Patchily distributed pry that my name populations individuals have to move the to find food and that might bring them into classic context with neighboring populations and Philip song exchange. The fundings present researchers with new opportunities to understand how culture is transmitted among animals, but it also allows even greater insight into the workings of populations of humpback whales it shines the connectivity potentially on the times go, which is what genetic information doesn't genetic data can show the different populations had historical interactions but songs can reveal how to populations interact on a much faster time scale. But combine. Ending song information from these populations with Wales. That breed off the Atlantic coast of Brazil rectal, says researchers can gain more comprehensive understanding the dynamics of global humpback whale culture back while it's an incredibly in a complex display. It quite amazing. How complex it is. And how it that shooting? Amazing example of culture in in animals. Thanks for listening for scientific Americans. Sixty seconds science. I'm Jason Goldman.
Gabon Coup Attempt Failed, Government Says
"Of Gabon says the political situation in the country now under control following an attempted military coup communications has told BBC news that full soldiers have been arrested and fifty still on the run the group sees the country's public radio at four thirty A M cooling on the country's used to take to the streets and politicians to meet the national assembly President Ali Bongo who suffered a stroke in October during the trip to Saudi Arabia has been recovering in Morocco, and the lack of communication on his well-being has fueled room is in the country on his ability to rule, that's the BBC's.
US sends troops for possible 'violent' Congo vote protests
"Dozens of US troops have been deployed to Africa more from USA's. Rick Vincent, the first of eighty US. Members of the military are deployed to the African country of Gabon on standby to protect US diplomatic facilities in neighboring Congo. President Trump says additional forces may be needed. There are concerns. Violent protests erupted in Congo over their disputed
Winning trainers Hollendorfer, Wong to collide in Berkeley Handicap
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Winning trainers, Holland or for long to collide in Berkeley, handicap, Jerry, Holland or for won training titles at fifty one Golden Gate fields meetings from nineteen eighty six to two thousand seventeen. Jonathan Wong has won the past two and is well on his way to a third straight at the current fall season. This seventy two year old hall of Famer and the twenty nine year old upstart clash in Saturday's grade, three one hundred thousand dollar Berkeley handicap in which Hollander for runs gee-gee writer and Wong runs. Gobbo's? Macondo and myth. Cal g g writer has long been a large presence in the northern half of Holland or for statewide operation. Winning fifteen of fifty starts fourteen for thirty eight at Golden Gate fields with seven hundred six thousand four hundred thirty nine dollars in earnings Saturday marks his fifth straight appearance in the Berkeley. Handicap having finished second in two thousand sixteen and fourteen third in fifteen and eight in seventeen during one for thirteen slump in GDF's other grade three rd. Races for older horses. Gee-gee writer has won the all American stakes twice and the San Francisco mile. He's lasted a long time. And he's a good solid horse has been very good to us Hollander for said he went for a period where he didn't do so. Well, and now he's doing better. He's well made some of them last a long time and some of them don't Hollander for denies having extra incentive to beat Gabon Macondo whom won- claimed from him for twenty thousand dollars on July twenty seven at the state fair. I don't think of things that way. He said if I'm entering a race. I'm trying to win no matter who's in their Gabon's Macondo followed the claim with wins in a first level allowance and an optional allowance sixty two thousand five hundred dollars claimer at F, and the bulldog handicap at the big Fresno fair I claimed him because he was still eligible for the twenty thousand dollar non winners of two and the first allowance condition and thought he could win that Wong said he's just exceeded expectations. Many trainers wouldn't claim from Holland door for figuring. He was getting all their. Was out of a horse. Personally. I think that's overrated. Wong said I think there is room for improvement on those horses. There are little things you can change and fix to help a horse out myth. Cows owners sent him to Wong after four poor efforts in southern California long. Ran him in seven straight claiming events from sixteen thousand thirty two thousand dollars with two wins. And then myth. Cal finished second in starter allowance and the rolling green stakes before being well beaten in the grade to city of hope mile at Santa Anita. The addition of blinkers has really helped him significantly Wong said he's been a better horse, the twelve Horsfield for the one and one sixteenth mile Berkeley handicap is headed by to southern California invaders with success at Golden Gate fields editor who won the race last year and flamboyant who took the San Francisco mile on March thirty first and there is g g writer who ran one of his best races in fast win on October twenty six my horses have to improve to win. But we'll see said they're both doing well. Larry stoops's. Freelance writer.
Chelsea 1-0 Liverpool: Premier League
"Only one in benghazi john's sixty thousand oslo fans were given commemorative mercy and the players produced performance worthy of the occasion as arsenal thrashed burnley five nail at the amorous gabon's pierre rick obama yang struck twice with nigeria's alex award be also getting on the scoresheet to give the humble vanja a sendoff he deserved i remain the final for trump and reload risk can only be great food firing twenty two years at the same time right stature elsewhere the race for fourth in the premier league in the final champions league places now wide open after chelsea's one nil win over liverpool antonio contest team of fifth but only three points behind thirdplaced liverpool with a game in hand he's not up and that we have to put one team on sleep at the same time we must be ready really ready to get three points keeps it won't be easy olivier she grew with the goal four chelsea at stamford bridge meanwhile torah will be leaving manchester city at the end of the season boss pep guardiola confirmed the i've orients exit after eight years at the club tori played yesterday in cities nil nil draw with huddersfield and congratulations to another ivorian soul bamba he anger bonds bruno mango will be playing in the premier league nick's next season after cardiff city were promoted barcelona are just three wins away from completing the first unbeaten season ever in la liga history they were reduced to ten men but still managed to draw to all with rail madrid in classic.