35 Burst results for "Genoa"
"genoa" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart
"I would give us a -sarily change a whole lot. I think in genoa. I tend to look forward and i feel like a successful day for me is is where i learned something and if i have to do that same thing again i would do it a little bit differently so i think from a broad perspective. It's it's the things that people would always say. It's just keep your eyes open. Don't let anyone else tell you what you should do. And follow to some extent what you're really interested in. I grew up in an immigrant family. And you know. I was supposed to be a doctor or an engineer and went to college and Did not tell my parents with my major was until about three years then. And they're like. Are you going to get a job. But you know it's it's worked okay. We'll know a couple more marketing related questions. Are there any topics you think. Marketers should be learning more about or your your frankly trying to learn more about right now marketers and chat line and i kind of f- faulted as we think about. Who is the audience. That has the most money right now. So it's millennials the best part but i think what's even more important is to think through. What is your thirteen year. Old thinking about doing whence interesting to them and really starting to dig into that next generation look like in five or ten years. You know they're going to be the the twentysomethings.
MSC Cruises Marks One Year Back Cruising
"On monday. Mse cruises celebrated one year since it resumed. Voyages after the industry shut down on august sixteenth. Twenty twenty grandiose became the first ship to restart cruises when it embarked on a seven night cruise from genoa italy. A year later the company
A History of Blue Jeans
"There's a good chance that most of you listening to this right now regardless of where you live on earth own a pair of blue jeans. That's because bluejeans have become one of the most ubiquitous types of clothing in the world. The story of blue jeans doesn't actually start in the united states. It starts with. The cloth used to make jeans denim in the fifteenth century. A heavy cloth that came from genoa. Italy was known as jean cloth. Gene cloth was cotton. Heavy fabric sometimes woven with wool. In addition as well it was developed for sailors to wear wet or dry and it was also used for sales. The where gene comes from the french word for genoa. Jen's the genoese would import a blue dye in the form of indigo from india and used it to die their cloth. The french called it blue jeans. So yeah bluejeans actually refers to a particular cloth even before it was ever used as a name for the pants on a related note. The genoese may have gotten the idea for gene cloth from india. The indians had a heavy cloth known as delivery which was a hindi word. Dungarees was traded with europe britain and was used for heavy pants today. Dungarees used to describe an overall made of blue denim denim was developed in the city of france. The development was nothing more than an attempt to copy. The popular content will cloth that was created in genoa. Denham gets its name from deneen which just means from name in french. Gene and denham cloth was a popular cheap cloth for working people in europe and there are seventeenth eighteenth century paintings of people wearing what looks like bluejeans in reality. They were wearing pants of a similar color and a similar cloth. Bluejeans as we know them today aren't just blue pants made out of denim. However there's something more specific this is where we introduce the pivotal person in the story of bluejeans levi. Strauss strauss was born in germany in eighteen twenty nine and migrated to the united states in eighteen forty seven at the age of eighteen.
Interview With Kfir Yeshayahu
"Our guest. Today is kafir yahoo. Who's the senior vice president of products. Advair atone so high kefir on. Thanks so much for joining us today. One it's gonna be with you today the We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners. Tell them a little bit about your background and your current role at their tone of course so under the product invade on of busy building. I will which is the alternative system for high as well as accompanying tools to really solve some of the toughest problems in adoption today. In general one of those challenges that were focused on is open holder tising. Ai which is a fascinating topic for me. Having started with data science many many years ago. I've seen how data science was done in some of the most sophisticated data organizations in the world back in the israeli intelligence community. And i've been living the sort of evolution mini revolutions fe. I ever since in loud companies like microsoft and has of groups in the and others before joining the verizon i managed devops oriented boorda in. Aws the amazon cloud so my perspective on 'em at all is coming from both sides from day iside and Devops and now. I'm saying that the dan's in the space who both the perspective of on itself. And i don't own business units as well as Without many customers of the iowa who are in various stages of the junk. That's really very insightful. Because we've been definitely spending a lot of time talking about machine learning operations. Emily obstinate model management. And all these things that have you have to deal with once. The model is as building. People tend to think of of sort of all the work that has to go into training a model making the model happen which is definitely a lot of work. No doubt about it especially even the data preparation even before even build the model right. That's a lot of work but now that you know these models are out there in the wild in in production people are realizing the challenges of keeping these models relevant and high performance. And just doing what they're supposed to be doing. So maybe you could talk to us about what you see. Some organizational challenges as they tried to bring machine models into production of course so different studies and surveys though talking about some little between fifty to ninety two why blamed but fifty two nine hundred projects. Don't actually make it phone. Put that to production regardless of where you fall in the way. It's a pretty sad ratio. Now what makes it even wolves. Is that a project. Take a long time to demand often six months to a year. And you know they'll be walked by Most expensive in the organization we invade have experienced the same thing in the past the first day i projects and applications developed by our business units to literally month to complete. Now we're looking at fox and the stakes were sometimes too high to even start. The border. don't going directly a question about challenges until recently. A lot of the buzz in the industry was about talent shouted. I think this issue is is going away. The market is is balancing itself and good talent is coming from all sorts of different defections into the will. it did not cheap way more accessible than before. The challenges didn't have shifted in my opinion from talent gaps to both insistent cups. And i'll try to gonna show that in four different buckets. So one of them is is portions. How do i estimate the ally often. Ai project how do i define the budget endgame. That's very different than than traditional software projects. Why d- projects the second bucket is integration applications and and solutions in genoa. Now this may sound of sideways from from but it's out of the whole challenge of production izing. How with to play with the application. This is interesting for me especially from extent point because naive. Boches don't always walk because of the nature of the modern. They'll give you one of many examples. Ai models often produce results with degrees eleven of confidence.
Hundreds of coffins fall into the sea following collapse of an Italian cemetery
"A cemetery collapse in Italy sends coffins on landslide Part of the cemetery cascaded into the sea off the coast of Italy near Genoa, with 200 coffins plunging into the water before bobbing to the surface. Recovery effort is still underway, though, will be slow as parts of the cliffs surrounding the landslide are still unstable. Work to stabilize the area was underway, but not yet complete. Cemetery has been closed off to the public, and no one was injured. Several coastal storms have hit the area over the past few years. Accelerating erosion of the cliff Meghan Williams, ABC NEWS Rome
Escape from Warsaws Ghetto: Memories of a Child Witness
"Halina wallow and her parents. I've safely on the shores of south america in nineteen forty eight as jewish refugees from their native poland. The month long voyage by boat from italy's port of genoa was but one stretch of a lengthy journey from surviving. The warsaw ghetto to eventual immigration to peru just a toddler when the nazis stormed her. Family's confining living quarters in the warsaw ghetto halina says the smell of fabric left lingering reminder of the lifesaving moment. Her grandfather hid her between textile goods as women and children were piled into german trucks and taken to death camps following her grandparents deportation. Her father organized a successful escape from the ghetto. One of many times their fate would be defined in an instant speaking to us from her home in capital city. Lima halina explains how her family's escape from persecution. To safety was helped by demonstrations of humanity by the unsung heroes of the holocaust non-jewish europeans and other rescuers who risk their lives to protect juice eighty four years. Old halina says fulfilling. Her purpose of survivor means telling her story. This interview was conducted in spanish and has been translated seeing but saw via. I was born in warsaw poland in the year. Nineteen thirty six. My full name is kalina stein and then all once. I was mary it. If you could briefly describe your first years in poland. What was your childhood. Like your comment you. Well i practically didn't have a childhood. Unfortunately because we was for years old the second world war started the nicest took my parents apartment. Ally grandparents bernie. I'm buddha's in the. Because i was on. I was four or five years. What i can tell you is what my pardons told me on allie. He's have eat the ones who saved my life winds. There was a moment when your grandfather hid you correct. Could you tell us about that moment. They won't sign us. My grandfather produced jackets and coats beginning several years before arriving to the ghetto. And that's had a lot of five hundred in addict so the day. The nasty came in their tracks. You realize day came to take all the world bank and children that will work with sewing machines so my grandfather grabbed me shall between the fabric material. Seen these were how he saved me so the german square taken these life. Mama one do you remember. You felt in that moment. Lord i remember by this mellow no. That is most often make us remember. Even now at age eighty four and just short eighty four. Every time i go into a fiery shop. I remembered the mommy it's part of my life say i will never forget. Of course life in the ghetto was very hard. They had asked without food without medicine and they were know how to work for a very very har life in nineteen forty two businesses. Took my grandparents on my uncle rev linka after the after my father decided to organize escape from the ghetto. And we did so. He taught us to pray. The lord's prayer in portage is big perfect polish until today. We keeping to deny as christians. Luckily my father had a lot of non june's france in the area and part of our so. He arranged to have each of fast leaving in three seventy one jewish homes while for my mom. Another for my father another for me. I was taking get off by a friend of my father's a good woman who told me read that right. I was with her until nineteen forty five when the war ended in neon depose. Where order to tourney eighty jew. There was so my party squid and visit me much. They bissett me the one able to mind. This is how we save ourselves.
Former Houston Officer Investigating ‘Fraudulent’ Ballots Is Charged With Assault
"Houston police captain Mark A. Gary, charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon arrested and booked at the jail today his case linked to the Liberty Center, a privately funded conservative group that investigated voter fraud claims during the election. In a news release, District attorney Kim Ogg said a Gerry Cross the line from dirty politics. The commission of a violent crime. According to court documents. A Gary suspected the victim had 750,000 fraudulent ballots signed by quote Hispanic Children. He had been watching him for days, A Gary told police and on October 19th he followed. The man crashed into his truck in the 1300 block of Alameda, Genoa and held him at gunpoint. But the Da's office says the victim was not a voter fraud mastermind. Rather, an air conditioner repairman. His truck Gary thought held the ballots had only a C parts and tools.
Ex-police captain held man at gunpoint in bogus fraud claim
"Talking about. You know this supposed election fraud in ladies and gentlemen, it's all noise because Donald Trump Is not going to be our next president For the next four years. It's gonna be Joe Biden. But here's just one example of what this fraud election lunacy has led to this story involves a former Houston police department captain. And he's not the good guy. By the way. This is a report from ABC Channel 13. Eyewitness News in Houston. Have a listen to this. Former Houston police captain Mark A. Gary, charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon arrested and booked at the jail today his case linked to the Liberty Center, a privately funded conservative group that investigated voter fraud claims during the election. In a news release, District attorney Kim Ogg said a Gerry Cross the line from dirty politics. The commission of a violent crime. According to court documents. A Gary suspected the victim had 750,000 fraudulent ballots signed by quote Hispanic Children. He had been watching him for days, A Gary told police and on October 19th he followed. The man crashed into his truck in the 1300 block of Alameda, Genoa and held him at gunpoint. But the Da's office says the victim was not a voter fraud mastermind. Rather, an air conditioner repairman. His truck a Gary thought held the ballots had only a C parts and tools. He follow the air conditioner repairman who he thought was somebody that was holding fraudulent votes followed him crashed into his car. Sounds like a very reasonable human being.
Interview with Carlos Rivero, Chief Data Officer for the Commonwealth of Virginia
"Hello and welcome to the AI Today podcast. I'm your host Kathleen Mulch. And I'm your host Ronald schmelzer Our Guest today is Carlos Rivera. Who is the chief data officer for the Commonwealth of Virginia off Carlos. Thank you so much for joining us on AI today Hey Ron. Thanks for having me. Yeah, welcome Carlos and thanks so much for joining us. We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners. Tell them a little bit about your background. Check your current role as Chief data officer. Fantastic Kathleen. So yes in my current role on the chief data officer for the Commonwealth of Virginia before that. I've been in that role since August of 2018. And before that I was a chief data officer and chief Enterprise architect or the Federal Transit Administration at the US Department of Transportation that was there for a little over two years as well. And then prior to that I was physical scientist with Genoa Fisheries down at the southeast Fisheries Science Center for about fifteen years. So I've been in public service right now going over nineteen years in both federal and state experience. Well, that's great. I think that provides a lot of real Nice diverse set of experience, you know from Fisheries to the federal government to state government. And I think that's part of reason why we love to have your participation that we had your participation at the data for a-week confirmation that ran from September 14th thru 18th 2020 was of course a virtual conferences everything as these days and we were focusing on the data side of AI and for our listeners who may be interested that content is actually still available so you can come and you can hear the panel that Carlos was on when we were focusing on some of the state and the local challenges for AI and data management. If you go to data, that's spelled like data package i c o n f. It's free so you can go on there and you can check all that content will be made available for many months. So you definitely should check it out and Carlos was on a panel really sharing some of the unique insights of applying a machine learning and also some of the interesting challenges of wrangling data at the state level. So maybe Carlos you for those who weren't Intense or maybe even to motivate folks to listen to the family. What are some of them? Sites that you have seen in terms of just the challenge of managing data and getting it to do some magical things like machine learning at the state level. Well, I mean really one of the most basic things is getting people involved in the process. And in fact has plays a key role in that obviously more, you know, as we kind of evolved in once a leveraged data as of CJ Cassat within the Commonwealth, we realize that the participation of individuals not just horizontal across the organization, but also a vertically through different levels of state government is critical for our ability to integrate those data assets in a meaningful way and when I talk about the vertical, how are the patients I'm talking about, you know data storage data custodians data owners executive sponsors being able to participate in the overall governance discussion because everyone has a role to play in our ability to leverage data as a CJ asset to be able to incorporate that into our data analytics to write better intelligence and within that, you know, a comes in machine learning and artificial intelligence briefing. Jane as much value and insight from the data assets than we currently have. Yes indeed. Go ahead Kelly. Yeah, definitely and kind of to follow up with that on this podcast. We talked a lot about Ai and data at the national level, but maybe you can dig a little bit deeper into what are some of the unique challenges around data at this point level because I know that you know in general there's a general data challenges, but then we can also talk about you know, there's differences between State versus local versus Federal. So the fun thing about state is that you get to play with all the businesses at one time, you know in the federal space like when I was no Fisheries, we're very focused on fisheries and Fisheries applications. Mind you, you know as a physical scientist. I really worked with a lot of different data sets. As I was really more in a fraction of those individual populations and their environments right and anthropogenic impact on those environments and how does that change the behavior of individuals within a species right? And so you have to look at the bigger picture and yep. Integrate data from a variety of different sources other Noah Services resolved as live in North Fisheries, but we also have satellite service. We have the ocean service. We have the weather service. So being able to bring in data assets from a variety of different Services different lines of business. If you will to give you a better picture of what's happening in an environment that's very unique like more often than not individuals within that particular industry. We only focus on the data that they collect they work with on a regular basis and not really look at the bigger picture of what other data assets they can bring in same thing for in Federal Transit right in Federal Transit. It was very limited in their you know, what their perspective was with regards to you know, what data asked us what we going to bring in to really understand what's happening out in the world. They're really focused on providing, you know grants of Transit agencies and authorities to make sure that people are able to get to use public transportation in the most effective way. So it's very very silent. But then when you talk about a state government, can you talk about you know being able to leverage data as an asset at that level you really talking about across all of the different page? Business whether it's education Transportation criminal justice, you know environment what-have-you Health, you know, all of those lines of business now come under your purview and you really have to start to understand. What are they unique perspectives and how can you engage those individuals within each of those lines of businesses to be able to see the value in integrating their data assets and making better data-driven decisions home from that integration. So from a state perspective you really start to get a better handle on the overall picture of what's happening out in the real world versus a very I don't want to use this term negative in my topic view of you know, what your assembly looks like and only that which Falls but then you're suddenly are you paying attention to but at the same time, I've also realize that you know data governance and use of data as an ass is really a fractal type of problem where it doesn't matter. What kind of scale you look at it. It's going to have the same patterns associated with some of the same issues that we dealt with at the federal level we deal with birth. Level we deal with at the local level because it's not a matter of our these issues different. It's just a scale at which we operate in that just kind of gives you a little bit of a difference in wage issue is but the reality is that it's very poor the majority of the issues we do with with regards to data governance and data sharing and leveraging data and analytics a machine learning really comes back to the process and the people aspect of the peace process technology interaction.
'Cuties' Calls Out The Hypersexualization Of Young Girls - And Gets Criticized
"Film cuties premieres on Netflix later this week. It's being praised for its critique of the hyper sexual ization of young girls and the consequences of that. As they grow up in the age of social media. It would've awarded the Sundance Film Festival, but it's also being criticized for the very thing it examines. Rebecca Rossman has this report from Paris. Several years ago. My moon a Duke of a was that a neighborhood gathering when her jaw dropped a group of young girls in revealing outfits came out on a stage and performed a choreographed routine. Google says they couldn't have been more than 11 years old. They were dancing very, essentially very sexually, and I was very disturbed about what I was seeing. But instead of passing judgment, the self taught writer and filmmaker says she wanted to understand what she was seeing. She dove into research interviewing more than 100, adolescent girls over the course of a year and a half. It's a period very specific where you are not anymore. So tell your child and you are not an adult You are looking for yourself in everything is changing very fast. Duke away combined. Her findings with elements of her own upbringing in her first feature length film Cuties is about what it means to be an adolescent girl in the age of Tic Tac and instagram, where likes have become the currency of self esteem. And keeping kids away from anything on the Internet is near impossible. Someone in their new film is told from the perspective of 11 year old Amy, who like Duke Away, is the daughter of Muslim Senegalese immigrants growing up in North East Paris. Amy is unimpressed by the traditional path for women laid out by the matriarchs in her family, the divorce, they fasted. They got up to develop a sauce. I looked as her strict grand and tries to groom her to become a wife and mother. Amy watches her own. Mom struggled to hide tears when she gets a call from her husband in Senegal. As is tradition for many men there, he's taken a second wife. To escape the drama Playing out at home, Amy befriends a group of popular girls at school who have formed a dance troupe called Lame Unknown or the Cuties. Amy spends hours nailing down choreography, too provocative music videos so she could impress her new friends. Filmmaker. My Mona Ducal says social media adds a layer of complexity to what it means to be an adolescent in 2020. Today, you have that exposition off your body on social media, and you also have thiss big competition. Off finding likes and follow us, and that is for me a new kind of finding love. The film provokes many questions, but doesn't provide many answers. And that's the intention, says film critic Jennifer Progeny. Who says it's also important that cuties was made by a woman who comes from the same background and culture as her characters is really important to have more coming of age movies in France in Genoa, and not we've only white cast because I think cotton to represent Children off every backgrounds because Even if we leave the same way we don't have the same control stuff, And it's really important to see the specific age between childhood and teenage moods. And I hope my Munna open the door for other movies like this. That door almost didn't open even though Cuties has received widespread acclaim in France and Wanna Sundance Award Ah publicity Gaff from its U. S distributor, Netflix almost cost the movie its reputation. After Netflix published a marketing poster showing the cuties twerking and revealing cheerleading outfits without any context. An online petition calling for the cancellation of the US release received more than 140,000 signatures. Do. Callie was accused on social media of being a pedophile and even received death threats. She says she hopes those who signed the petition will watch the film, and after that, they will see that we have the same fights and we all together. About that issue off hype, six realization off our Children and protect our Children. In the end my moon a Duke says her film is about a choice, a choice that who we want to become. Who we want to really become in as a child. Take the time to be assigned. And keep that innocence to grow up in our society for NPR news. I'm Rebecca Rossman in Paris.
1st Mediterranean cruise sets sail after virus tests
"Out there. The cruise ship company MSC check temperatures and administered covert 19 tests to crew and passengers in the Italian port of Genoa Sunday before the MSC grandiose a set off on what is being billed as the first Mediterranean cruise after Italy's pandemic locked down. And
1st Mediterranean cruise sets sail after virus tests
"Out there. The cruise ship company MSC check temperatures and administered covert 19 tests to crew and passengers in the Italian port of Genoa Sunday before the MSC grandiose a set off on what is being billed as the first Mediterranean cruise after Italy's pandemic locked down. And another
"genoa" Discussed on Lesbians Who Write Podcast
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Coronavirus journey: The 'last cruise ship on Earth' finally comes home
"News it's a return to port this week for an Italian cruise ship that's been enough virus free bubble since it set sail in January carnivals costed at least see also will make its first port of call in thirty five days when the docks in Barcelona Spain Monday for having to its final destination Genoa Italy the ship had embarked on and around the world cruise well before the corona virus outbreak became
Denim and Jeans
"What are we talking about today? Deborah we are lying about jeans a type of pants or trousers made from denim fabric. These do you know much about jeans. I love jeans because they're durable enough to keep up with my active lifestyle here. What yes I need a trouser. That can keep up with all the up in downloading of my day. Okay sure I can see that. Can you download some information about today's contestant I did it? Our human child contestant is a ten year old who's favorite subject is math and who wants to be a teacher when she grows up. Olivia McQueen you walk into pants on fire. Tell us about being a teacher. Is there a certain teacher who inspired you to become a teacher? Well my aunt gets her so much off. So that's one of the things. Oh it's about the good hours and you get a lot of money and you get a lot of money for being the teacher. Oh Yeh we gotta talk about. Maybe they could make even more. That's what I think don't you think? Yeah Yeah is there a certain age of kid? You would wanNA teach maybe first grade so I don't have to a lot about award English right so you should teach and then all you don't have to know a lot about anything but I have to deal with that kids. Oh and they they. Stopping bad after preschool. Right a liberal. So I WANNA learn some more things about you. I think Lisa wants to learn more thing all my gosh I was just saying. Is there anything else about her? Lots of things so many things in fact we're going to play to truth and a lie. Olivia's GonNa tell us three facts about herself. Two of those facts will be true. One will be ally. We will figure out which one is the lie A- Libya. What are your three facts? I've been a competitive dancer for four years now. My grandfather is a famous Irish folks here in Ireland and I love marshmallows. Feels LIKE SETTING US? Up for trick. Doesn't like marshmallows. Exposes excuse trying to play Games with those? She thinks she can come in here and just pull. The wool over is our sensors. That's it. Marshmallows is ally Nice. Try Okay okay. You're trying to outsmart her gameplay Libya. Which one of those facts is ally? I Love Mushrooms Campbell today. Show you do not like marshmallows. I've a story though the story so I strap and I had a loud marshmallows to soothe my throat. And I had so much that I didn't like the money more. Oh so you overdid it on the marshmallow once upon a time you like them. Yes so not even in hot chocolate now. Would you like them on a train? I would like them nowhere. Our first expert is Lara. Night please introduce to Libya. Let me out my name is Lauren. White. And I'm actually in jeans designer. Which means I work on developing and designing sheets. Thank you very much Laura. Let's meet our second expert. Simon fastener Simon. Please introduce yourself to Libya Libya. I'm Simon Baz ner and I'm a denim influencers. We'll have to learn more about that. I'm not sure what that is or how you can influence your denim. But we're going to find out. Hey Lisa is that a bootleg copy of those sounds sounds originally sourced by me. It's actually time right. That's when we put our experts on the hot seat while they enter Olivia's questions Lisa. Who should we put on the hot seat? I Simon because I want to be an influence there and maybe if I picked him he'll tell me how to be an influence. Okay that's fair all right. Well I are you influenced. I'm an insulin. So you're influenced. Let's see how that works? Okay Olivia what question do you have for Simon to start? Simon? What's a gene influencer? Gene or Denim influence is an expert in all things denim or genes so When people are interested in What type of accessories would go with a certain type of Denham or a certain type of gene? That's where I come in and I let them know a what would go with that and be where they can get the best and most fashion forward version of that. I run a blog entitled GET THEM DENIM DOT Com. That's why keep everyone up to date with the latest denim fashion designer. So if the denim you want exists. I'll show you where to get them. Okay Laura. What is your favorite style of jeans? My favorite style of jeans is a High Rise Jack Gang. They're super soft and they're super stretchy and they're my favorite. I wear them every day. They're called high-rise. Because they go the way from your feet over your head and then the Zipper is where it opens for your face. You might be onto something. I think you're influencing LISA. I've questions for Simon. Where were the first pair of jeans? Made by WHO in the first pair of jeans were made in Italy in the town of Genoa and by and by WHO will they're made for genetic for for Genoese sailors so They were made by emend named named Lawrence Influenza. Okay Laura what made you want to become an expert on jeans while I got my first job in jeans in Los Angeles about twenty years ago and my favorite part about getting into the denim business is denim is a very specific fabric. If you don't wash it and you wear over and over and over for many years it starts taking on the characteristics of the person that's wearing that garment which is really really cool so my job is actually to recreate some of these really awesome old vintage garments. Make it new make it really modern out of new fabrics. It's so much fun in really creative sue. You're saying it's best not to wash your jeans and you are correct. Actually have a well. That depends so if you're if you're buying a really stretchy gene that means it's going to have some spandex something in it to make it really stretchy. That goes with cotton. You're going to want to be careful not to wash those james but every two or three times you wear it because that heat and a lot of water will actually give a little wear and tear on that gene so you can do some spot cleaning. Sometimes if you have a really rare pair of jeans you might want to do a couple of fun. Things like put them in the freezer. Put them on the snow hanging out to dry. You just want to be careful not to hit them with too much hot water into wash them too. Often were other than giving them a fun trip while them in the freezer well some people think it might be a wise tell but I have personally found that sometimes bacteria can grow on anything actually so when you WanNa wash something most of the time. You're not only just getting out the hot chocolate that spilled on your garment but you're actually just washing something to be cleaner when you put that in a really cold environment just like putting a rug outside in the snow in the wintertime it can actually kill bacteria that might be on that garment cool. Denver's that y your backyard is covered in rugs. I think you're at the wrong house. Lisa Oh wait Do you live in a rug store. I do not oh I was at the wrong. Okay go ahead okay. This is for both of you. What are most teams made of? Who wants to take? That sure. I'll take its motions are all denim is really is a is mostly made from cotton So I'd say cotton and then for the for the more stretchy jeans lasting or you know Three percents SPANDEX so most of the older jeans before we would say probably about Nineteen ninety-five nineteen ninety. Eight were one hundred percent cotton. Since then we've added more and more stretchy stuff that goes with the cotton which we call spandex or like war lasting that being said some jeans actually like the ones that way right now go up two hundred percent stretch so those numbers of the new fibres that you have to add to get the genes. Really Stretchy has gone up and stretch. Jeans are actually the most popular jeans right now in the market cool. Hey stretch jeans. If you're listening good for YOU CONGRATS. You did it. Or she may be stretching the Truth Laura. What are the most current trends and jeans so one of the number one trends in jeans right now? It's actually two polar opposite idea so one is getting back to a no stretch jeans or what. We call a rigid gene for women. In addition to that really stretchy high wasted jeans is also a big trend on the women's sign on the men's side. We have a couple of things coming back so we have a skinny slouch gene. Plus a little bit of puddle at the bottom. That's a cool word for a really long gene. That shows off your sneakers. In addition to that we also have the Dad Jean coming back which President Obama rocked all the
Takeaways from the Latest Democratic Debate
"All right. We have just pulled up to the gate of Texas. Southern University. People are out in force. The part of the country across Texas is famous for its electrical storms electrons just gathering together smoshing closer and closer until they pop off as a you guys supporting suporting Andrea as you got closer the campus of Texas Southern University. You could feel the tension growing. Let's say that Warren packs it in because she can't be trump doesn't have it all because last night. Campaigns have been operating at a distance so far suddenly a close in person. They're the storm began good evening and welcome to Houston. We are live from Texas Southern University for Tonight's democratic debate the top ten candidates are here. It's going to start right now and on the stage you see them low from Houston and coming you now from the spin room where everyone's been coming coming in discussing how these candidates did and I wanNA start with the guy who I didn't have to travel for. He sat right next to me during this whole debate. ABC senior national correspondent Erin Moran Terry. This was a one night only event. How did this feel different from other nights not hugely but a little bit. I think it was more substantive and I think I'd like to credit our colleagues. The moderators is this wasn't. ABC News Debate and I'm not just being a home here. I think that it was well presented. They gave candidates time to answer and they mixed it up pretty good. I think at the end of the day the main theme for me. This is the center fought back. I know that the senator says she's for Bernie. I'm for Barack. I think the obamacare worked Biden Metal Rourke Amy Klobuchar and I think having someone leading the ticket from the Midwest will allow us to talk about this in a different way and get it done escort some very good points here after debates that had been dominated by more progressive candidates so you really saw debate up there and it was substantive and I think right right from the gun healthcare in the United States of America. We are spending twice as much per capita on health care. It's the Canadians or any other major country on earth is America America. Don't want to pay twice as much as other countries. They started out with half an hour discussion on healthcare where they really mix it up on the central debate on this. We'll middle class tax. Go Up. We'll private insurance be eliminated. Look what families have to deal with is cost total cost. Progressives Democrats talking about Medicare for all. How are we going to pay for. I want to hear tonight how that's happened and Biden came back at him and said that's it's not gonNA work on for. Obamacare plus the public option it was a real debate and when it comes to Joe Biden. This central question of his campaign has been not. Are you the front runner. Everyone knows he's the front end. Can he handle being the front runner and we saw candidates go after him. Well Bouillon Castro. He went there rock. Obama's vision was not to leave ten million people uncovered he wanted every single person in this country covered my plan would do that. Your plan would not have to buy in the went there with a very thinly veiled swipes Biden's aid. You just said two minutes ago that they would have to buy it. You said they would have to buy qualifier forgetting what you said mornings a finger. Biden's look at the old man turns out Castro was wrong. If you lose the job from your insurance come from your employer you automatically can buy into this. You don't have no pre existing condition can stop you from finding you get covered. He you failed to grasp what Biden saying. Biden was saying that his health care plan. If you couldn't afford private insurance you would automatically get enrolled in the private in the public option that he wants Castro didn't get it but he took what was either a fair shot or a cheap shot depending on how you see Joe Biden okay so what other her issues then stuck out to you that kind of defined the night well there was a very substantive discussion of racism and criminal justice in the issues around that and that was one which I think was a missed opportunity for Kamala. Harris used to oppose the legalization of marijuana now you don't you used to oppose outside. Investigations Lines of police shootings now you don't you've said that you've changed on these and other things because you were quote swimming against the current and thankfully the currents have changed when you had the power four. Why didn't you try to affect change. She's an historically black college and here she is having staked her campaign in pain on this issue in some ways and she couldn't find her way out of a question about how she worked the issue as a prosecutor but I made a decision that if I was going going to have the ability to reform the system I would try to do it from the inside but I think the people that really came forward on that were cory booker and better talk the fact that we have a white supremacist in the White House and he poses a mortal threat to people of color all across this country secretary but better o'rourke really stepped forward on the issue that he has staked his campaign on its wobbled some and it got strong based on his own emotional final reaction to the slaughter in his hometown before the chaos broke out. They believe the suspect had been looking for a good place shooting massacre. It represented El Paso in the Congress. The massacre there last month changed him as a candidate. Hell yes we're GONNA take your fifteen or AK forty seven and that came through tonight and if health care and gun laws have been two of the biggest issues you've seen over and over again. I think immigration has got to be the other one right. That's right and horsehair almost began that had you know really challenging Joe Biden about the Obama Administration's deportation policy. Why should Latinos Trust You well. Latinos should look get is comparing this president to the president we have is outrageous and Biden could not say could not defend that policy but you didn't answer the question I solicited you'll make no. Did you make a mistake with those applications. The president did the best thing that was able to be done about you. I'm the vice vice president United States. I think I'm the only person on this stage has been a public schoolteacher. In the rising candidate. The only movement in the post has been from Elizabeth Warren and she had a pretty good night. Let's be clear I've actually never met anybody who likes their health. Insurance Company. I've met people like John Is. She stakes out very bold positions. would that go right to the concerns of the middle class and and the young people as well now sometimes it sounds like a Christmas wish list. You're GonNa get free college free healthcare for childcare but she has a plan and she has the plan to pay for it and so far based on that she's really the primary person in the polls is rising. It's working for I wasn't unhappy lawyer for five whole months. Listen I left to start a business. One of the purposes of these debates especially the there so long is to take a good long look at the candidates as people a lot of folks know about it I by with a bunch of leaders in Newark New Jersey in two thousand and two took on the political machine and boy did they fight back. I had tires on my car. Slash or campaign offices. Were broken broken into five phones were tapped and there was a question from George Stephanopoulos. About how have you overcome setbacks in your life. You did get a window into into the personalities up there but I thought married people to judge really had the answer the night for him I came back from deployment realized that the only get to live one life and I was not interested in not knowing what it was like to be in love any longer so I just came out I thought for the Democratic Credit Party and for the country to hear that story told and how the lesson that he derived from it was that he trusted the voters of South Bend they decided to trust trust me and reelected with eighty percent of the vote even after he came out as gay and I thought that that was a very good moment for him and for the debate in Genoa along
Last 2 Towers of Genoa Bridge That Collapsed, Killing 43, Are Demolished
"Demolition experts have blown up walked remains of the morandi bridge in the in city of genoa nearly a year after the structure collapsed in a storm the explosions broke down to launch towers consisting of about four and a half thousand tons of concrete and steel forty three people were killed last august when part of the bridge fam- into the valley below and long with the cause of
"genoa" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Business. What about this knee-jerk all done, which is the best goalkeeper say one of the best of the world, we've been hearing over and over and over, again, the number of mistakes, that guy makes a Costa earned reputation? Yeah. You know what compared to so many of the other bad players, at the club sure down, which is more reliable been pretty good. It's fine. But he's not like, you know, people change over time. It's hard to be really good. I'm not saying you should be replaced but let's not put him down. Avenged on this crazy. Crazy, pedestal my issues. Also everyone's going down in value at this point. Going down in value. He keeps rotating you had a good thing without to tina's when you had him playing every game. Now, all of a sudden, this guy's not even getting transit goal. Econ score Nainggolan doesn't seem to be the guy making a difference. And so, you know, into have all to play four against pony. If you are wanting to keep your job, and that is what he's trying to prove that he is the professional man because contain is off to that job, then perhaps win the games that you're supposed to lease give performance, whether the of the internet. But I think me that's just exactly what I would have said. Currently I it turns out to matter actually behind because it had. Guard using crop last year. Remember this time last year, we, we have to hide this awesome show. We would've said, oh, the inter probably gonna miss out, right? And now we're saying there's a chance that they could miss out. Register the other games Manta are playing at home. Swallow? But really? Just. There is become an infant fan, and we have a bet his empty have to beat into for them to survive, and otherwise could be potentially Genoa, and who do. We worry about. So I just wanted to say that it looks like you might be right. And I might be losing an employee will survive. Again. A really good job that and you know, they even lost like as h she was the best creative player. John, you're in doing a remarkable stuff. Other big other games that are rather than this weekend. And you have. Yes, as just looted to Genoa who stepped into empty spot negations, they playing against fiorentina now, Fiorentino forty points. You'd think well, if say if Geno beat fiorentina, they'll move ahead of them if employee also wind and they move ahead of them. And then you think it's only after that address to get a result,.
"genoa" Discussed on WTVN
"Second by Genoa township police were conducting a well check on them tests on the tankless water heater founding. The home are still inconclusive. If the cause of the carbon monoxide was from faulty insulation, faulty installation or full unit to fall in Westerville. Officers are set to be honored this week in Washington DC as part of national police week, Anthony Morelli and Eric during were killed in the line of duty in February of twenty eighteen while responding to a domestic violence, call yesterday, the doors of their cruisers were enshrined at the national law enforcement officers memorial. Meanwhile, the city of curbs Ville this week is remembering their former police chief Thomas Hartley entered the pine. Kirk care center and gunned down three people, including his ex girlfriend and her co worker as well as Kirker as Kirker Ville police chief Erich Desario benches now been erected in his honor. She's a legendary actress and became one of the biggest stars in Hollywood. But she had some humble roots in Ohio, Cincinnati native singer and actress store stay passed away Monday at the age of ninety seven due to complications from Monja for endorsed Mary. Ann kappaha. She got her start singing on wwl w radio in Cincinnati as she then took her towns to Hollywood and later went onto movie star making thirty nine films, including comedies and dramas. Like the man who knew too much where she saying. As other notable films include teacher's pet. Love me or leave me and pillow talk one three movies. She did with rock. Hudson day was also an activist for animal rights. I'm Sean Gallagher..
"genoa" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"There are some shows you need to prepare for that are some you don't today is one of the latter. Why when you've got guests such as Joe, the Genoa and Victoria punching in studio the show writes itself, we have a full hour with two warriors for the truth Joe and his muse. I am so excited. Then we have Eric Trump in the next hour. We have missed a Reagan who did the video. Yes. Katie Pavlovich just back from Iraq, Chris balls Kirk who's just happens to be in DC. And we breaking exclusive news we have in-studio the twenty third democrat candidate for president. Who's a friend of mine, you just just trying to understand it. It is hilarious. All of this is happening before we get to Victoria and show. Thank you so much. God bless you. We putting dozens of children. Into the angel tree campus some children who have lost a parent to the prison system. A safe cry Centric some account for them because of you help listen to one of the members of the board of the prison fellowship with regards to how important your help his this is Jennifer Radha getting to be at the camp and see the kids and hear their stories is so encouraging God is at work. There will hearts are open and they need help. And I think that's what I've heard in every story that the kids have shared is that there is hope and that's in Christ..
"genoa" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"To the town hall review. Hugh hewitt. I'm Mark Davis in for Hugh. The Trump presidency has invoked a loud point counterpoint atmosphere from the very beginning in the foreground with endless threats in toward Trump sung by the democrat and liberal media chorus, but in the background there were rumbles of deep state malfeasance from those whose careers have been placed on holder even ruin as a result of action under the Obama administration. So what happens my Salem colleague? Dr Sebastian Gorka, turn to Joe digenova to discuss the matter Joe's, the highly regarded, former US attorney for the district on what he thinks going to happen in the next two years. I'll we going to see Justice done in America Genoa yet. The attorney general now, you have an attorney general in full he is a man of great legal stature. You know, what happened and I underscore. Yes. And seventeen. Legal activity by officials of the intelligence and law enforcement community under President Barack Obama. Make no mistake about it. President Obama was aware. He authorized it and. January twentieth. Two thousand seventeen Email to herself explaining how they all got together on January fifth. Therm that everything had been done quote by the book and quote. That was the justification to show that everything that had been done done for a reason that Email has become a concession this not a justification. It was a very stupid thing to do. She did it to cover her rear end. But what she hit by doing? It was all of the people who knew about the Sally Komi John Brennan shitting everybody who's in that name for beating the president of the United States. There's absolutely no way that a campaign was spied upon presidential campaign was spied upon the United States of America by the FBI potentially by the CIA and the NSA without the White House. Knowing had an you know, they know that which is why they're attacking Bill because they are trying to pin. Just like they tried to do with President Trump the problem for dentists bar. Oh bar is a man of great stature he will. He will not go away. He will not swing away. He will not avert. This is from the obvious facts, which require federal grand jury what they're all going to get you cannot walk away. For example. Everybody says we've gotta the store get the I and the DOJ that can never happen without accountability than the only accountability that matters situation. Like, this federal grand jury all of these people have to go in and under oath is or questions take. And bad is what they are all going to be forced to do. Then roads, Susan Rice. Remember, the unmasking are so serious so serious that they can never be avoided because the unmask as part of a plot to leak the names of individuals can get in a position to create this false narrative and do what happened with Bob moment. The counter espionage elements of our government Clapper Brennan Komi, McCabe, ruck clean, the president of the United States because they didn't like him. Trump wasn't too. But then he was worse than that. He was a vote Gary needed to get rid of Ilhan, Omar. I'm sure you've heard the name freshman.
MSU president to resign in wake of Larry Nassar sex abuse scandal
"From an interim perspective at Michigan would say, so yeah, it's been a horrific year for Michigan state for all the tangled instead of involved with Larry Nassar on the sexual abuse that went on there with USA gymnastics and all the tentacles of that organization, but John Engler was appointed the interim president of Michigan state during this troubling and difficult time for a lot of people took over for Lou. Simon who himself resigned under heavy criticism in the handling of the Larry Nassar who is now facing criminal charges. Police about the Larry Nassar investigation, and she resigned and angler is now resigning because of things that came out of his mouth that are simply inexplicable. I mean, basically saying that some of the victims were enjoying the Larry Nassar, a sexual assault case, we're enjoying the spotlight a little too much. I mean, this is the exact quote for people who may not have heard. There are a lot of people who are touched by this survivors who haven't been in the spotlight, he told this to the Detroit News in some ways, they have been able to deal with this better than the ones who have been in the spotlight who are still enjoying that moment at times, you know, the awards and recognition enjoying the moment. It just blows my mind as thinking that. Okay, one. If you're if you're thinking that, you know, they're really getting a lot of us. But then then saying it saying that out loud. I mean, let's be honest. What an idiot. I mean, are you serious? So this is a guy who did that. All this fall out. They call a meeting for Thursday that the board, and they say basically resign or were firing you. Yup. So he writes, an eleven page resignation letter not one time in the letter eleven pages. Does he mention the words he said all he does is basically listening accomplishments on how Michigan? In state is a better off place. Now that he was the interim president for a year. It's embarrassing mean what an embarrassment. I mean, you wanna talk about pouring bleach on something. He just wipe it everything out and start over again there. Holy I don't believe what's going on there. One idiot after another speaking there sarahspain wrote a great piece for ESPN w that profiles the last year for angler that is ripe with a number of other very regrettable choices and ways in which he has made Michigan State University, a less hospitable place than it already was for these survivors of this awful instant, well, look at just one thing in December angler closed a ten million dollar fund set aside by the school to help Nassar survivors, pay mental health care bills. That alone should have been enough for them to say, you're not the right guy here. But it is mind boggling to use the words enjoying it. And not understanding what was taken from each one of these victims. But I think that's the thing. Is this guy like all the leadership? That was a part of what happened when Larry Nassar was met allowed this to go on we talked about it condemning Larry Nassar was easy because finding right hearing that out is easy. It's finding everyone else allowed it to happen along the way that becomes just as important in making sure this doesn't happen again. When you have the benefit of being the one who comes in at the end of his and is seen all of the atrocities and says, I am now tasked with at least being partially responsible for bringing us all to a place that makes life better not only for the victims and the survivors. But for people going forward that don't have to deal with this. When you've got all that as the backdrop, and you're still viviscal is in this process. It's a reminder that just because you have status, you know, he was the former Michigan governor before this and just because you have risen to a certain point. And are given a position of leader does not make you qualified to lead. No. And the fact that he wrote that eleven page resignation letter. What? What you what he just sort of written? I'm sorry and move on. That's it. I don't need the other eleven pages with thousands of words just eleven Genoa eleven pages on what he did to the positive for Michigan state while he was there and not one thing about what he had said it just it just blows. My do need to read the article that there are item as for after item of other things in his tenure there a things he did that you just. Adults. These are adults who are supposed to be the smart people running organizations it. It's incredible. We'll end again. So we look at him to and we've got to look at everyone else around. Michigan state who put this guy is track record into the spotlight. The kids the students the people that could be victims of other things like this in the future deserve better leadership at this university. And they're not getting it instead of eleven pages. One page two words bold print. I'm sorry. That would have been a much better way to handle this situation coming up we'll have much more on my new favorite name in sports. Boy. Plus speaking of one of the favorites.
Italian architect Renzo Piano to design new Genoa bridge
"The Italian architect. Renzo piano will oversee the construction of a new bridge in Genoa following the collapse of the former stature that killed forty three. People tennis of Mathilde designed for the new structure for free and says his bridge will be completed in twelve months, and we'll lost for a thousand years. We'll Markle's Ivan Kavala joins us now from Milan Ivan the bridge collapsed in August. It was a terrible disaster. The loss of life, obviously, also economically. Yes, sir. That's true. In terms of the traffic going into general poor because it's a critical port for northern Italy. The estimates so far range between a billion and two billion euros in terms of lost revenue. So it's been an economic killer for for region that for longtime has been has been isolated in this bridge collapse. Only were. In that situation for Genoa and the Liguria region. So how political has this? We building process being. Well, yes, for sure politics have have entered into the fray here because you have different factions always within the government itself if you think about the governing coalition with the the populace five star. And then the the league, you know, the five star has been noted for their opposition to infrastructure projects the tavern project in the Nevada Sousa region. That would connect Leon with with Turin. There's been a lot of movement against these these projects and also a bypass highway by system in general itself, which was long discussed and would have been actually a great help. If if it had been in place, or at least part of it had been in place when when when the it collapsed, and so there are a lot of finger pointing there's also the minister of infrastructure. To know any himself who you know, has said that in the past old bridge wouldn't collapse and five star movement. Exponents been saying that, you know, there was a lot of gloom and doom that it wasn't true. And then of course, we we saw the tragedy in August. And so the government at least the five star component is trying to now say say face on that. But on the inside if you look at the the administration there, you have a mayor whose independent, but central right? And that's the first time there's been a center right leading the city since nineteen seventy five with the governor from fourteen Talia, and they together have been seen as a team. That's that's helped this process moving along. We're now we have this announcement that with Renzo piano design, we'll possibly in twelve months, see at least most of the bridge completed. I'm not sure if in twelve months, they'll be traffic running across. Those those lanes, but there is hope one can say Renzo piano himself is from Genoa. And of course, as we know he's designed some of the most famous buildings in the world the pump descend to the shot at the Whitney museum and so on. But this is his hometown. He told Laura Republica that what was needed was beautiful and safe bridge that we provide a rebirth and redemption for Genoa, this really isn't just another bridges at this a lot of emotion behind it. Definitely. I mean, you think about Renzo piano. He has done some projects if you think about the poor twenty co in Germany when the city hosted as a cultural capital ninety two he he has done something's there. But this this would obviously be a landmark project something along the lines of the buildings that you've mentioned before that fit. He is known for and really the city needs something uplifting right now because this was just a terrible tragedy. And also. Reinforced the relation of an area that has has long been impeded by this and could really be abuse economically. I mean think about the railway tunnel one of the companies said he improperly, which is now being handed the job to do the bridge design or the bridge construction. I should say they're involved in finally getting together, the railway tunnels that would link up general with with Milan. And this thing has been going along in delays since the early nineties and finally, proper, let's say construction and digging has has has begun in the last few years, and there's hope that in twenty twenty one if all goes, well, this would be a key link between Genoa all the way through Germany and Rotterdam and would help Genoa because for example, right now, see traffic with containers.
"genoa" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"And indeed that's why even bringing in huge amounts of humanitarian aid really is going to be. Ah he challenge she gets out to a lot of the rural communities in Yemen. But also isn't really going to alleviate that longer that longer term problem where it's really a town down tactic of economic warfare. That means that the most Yemenis now was struggling to buy food. That is sitting there in the market is available, but in terms of conflict elsewhere in Yemen, the two sides of this I've agreed to withdraw forces all though, I know they tried to use a more, you know, a less toxic word than withdrawal for them from who data. But does the finding continue elsewhere? Yes, very much. So and in fact, even the law twenty four hours, whilst this ceasefire has has supposedly come into place in data the has been in uptick in fighting further north and in had jobs there have been strikes reported. So yes, this is a very localized issue at the moment will deal it's been done for data four this crucial port and the fighting continues has normal another front on a lot of. Rhetoric in recent times and arguably one of the reasons one of the reasons that the two sides actually sat down as week has been this new international focus on the role of the Saudi Crown prince Mohammad bin Salman, and while neither side in this conflict is is blameless obviously many people blaming him for the escalation of this conflict. What you read into his suppose complicity in allowing for this truce to to happen at this stage, while I think it was quite important tonight that you know, the the wasn't reputat representation from Saudi Arabia all the Saudi led coalition whether it be the Emirati or other countries in tweeden. This was very much left to let sort of local civil war aspect of this. I the government and the heat is. But of course, it would have still required. The permission if you like the of the Saudis for the government to take part, but I think the the pressure that had come out. The showy killing. I Don to that the activities with the with the voting to which role US support full the Saudi led coalition in in the US all of those elements put a significant amount of pressure on the parties to the conflict in. I think it would have been extremely problematic for Mohammed bin Salman at that stage to then sort of issued an older if you like the government not to take part in in the talks in Sweden. So so yes, I think hopefully, you know, another round will come in January, and it will really push forwards. What has happened already in the last few weeks, and and it can really create a better outcome really or longer lasting outcome for for Yemeni civilians. We need this much right now. Okay. I on a Craig thank you very much. Joining us today. Here's what else we're keeping an eye on on the globalist. Michael Flynn who briefly served as President Trump's national security advisor has been told by district judge that he betrayed his country. Fill-in has been convicted of lying to FBI agents investigating Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election, the United States as agreed a plan with Mexico to give billions of dollars towards development in Central America, and Mexico that's strengthen economies in the region to help prevent illegal immigration Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala, along with poor parts of southern Mexico will benefit from money coming from a private US overseas investment fund rather than tax payers onto the renowned Italian architect. Renzo piano will oversee the construction of a new bridge in Genoa replacing one that collapsed earlier this year killing forty three people the eighty one year old who's designed London's charge and the headquarters of the New York Times volunteered for the project. This is the globalist. Stay tuned. It's eight thirteen in.
"genoa" Discussed on Puty's World Cup Podcast
"Exactly how you're feeling. Roasted special. The other notable result for the weekend, Italy Genoa general. Ooh. What about what about he Cardi with Chelsea? I don't know if interlude be willing to give them up, but yes, they could. That's the guy right. You think you do it? Sure that they'd love him. We had Cardi's. Awesome. That's the dream. That's now the one I've circled. I'm gonna is Chelsea hater your new. No, I think that's that's the guy wanna see, I mean, not like as a neutral? Yes. No, not as an arsenal fan, but he's a great player to get. Are you there? Juneau. Genoa. Why do I keep saying Genova Genoa hold held. You've A1. one at a draw which is notable because it sullied you've as perfect record. Which brings us across the Alps to France, geography lesson there for you too. Didn't come for the soccer talk stay for the geography. So PS g that leaves PS is the only team with a perfect record left, unbelievably in Europe. I mean, the really good. They beat the shit out of me on this weekend. It was zero credit to EMMY for limiting them a little bit. So we're actually well around the subject of PS g. though we have another voicemail. So let's go to it. Hey, guys patch from New York. Just wanted million thoughts on how training with neymar and Chilean Bob bay every day for peanuts feet helps Tim ways progression as a player. Thanks. Greg. Question question. I think I think it's good to a certain a certain extent. I think that in fact, I've even heard this that he's talking about leaving January, which I think is probably a good move. He's not getting enough time, but I think that like getting that that base a few months, if not a little bit more of of really playing day in day out with them is got to be a great thing to like, I think I think it's the physical level to like, you see, there's a difference when you see guys like Tim way who have the skill, but not the physical build to compete that that going to take to become world class. But when you're around guys that like a Cavani who are in that fitness level where it's like, oh, they're bigger faster, stronger. Like when you're around players like that, you want to become a player like that. And even if he shoots for that, I, it doesn't hit that high. He still going to become a much better player that he would dominate any of the lesser something like that. So I think obviously, when you're playing. With guys like name Arte the standard. You try to a Matt, even if you miss lower, it's at a higher basement if that makes any sense. So I would keep him around guys like that as long as possible. Yeah. I mean, I, there's, it's it's, you know, a balancing act and I think that January's good time to move on. You know, he's got that. He's got a good base. He's he's experienced what it's fine. Another career. You know, I just think that you really do get first time. I mean, there is something to be said for that as well..
Renzo Piano offers new bridge design for his beloved Genoa
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"genoa" Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast
"You get paid now back to Joe Genoa. I mean, I think I think everybody's lucky because even though it's Cody in the bucks and these guys, it's the first time doing pay per view right there surrounded by ring of honor. People who've done pay per view before Cody comes from WWE bucks have worked, you know, wrestle kingdom year after year after year after year. So it's. Like maybe they've never actually promoted a giant show like this themselves, but they're familiar with the environment, right? Yeah. Cody had a lot of help too with a lot of his father's friends. Yeah, you know, coming in and helping them throughout the whole way. So you know it was awesome. You know, after his match he jumped right on guerrilla position through on a headset. That's awesome. So it was like, it was definitely legendary was definitely wild to be part of that. And was it like just celebrations after the show? Was it relief? Was it exhaustion? Like what? What was it after the show? Because for me, I mean out as a fan, watching the show in the beginning, I was like, this is good. You know what I mean? Because I just started to get these feelings of it just occurred to me that it's possible that this wouldn't be good, and that would be really bad. And then once the show started and as the show went on, I was like, this show is really, really good. This is like. Working in by the end, you know, aside from nitpicky, whatever I was like, this couldn't have gone better this. This was amazing. What was the? What was the vibe like from everybody after the show is over? Well, it was real hectic at the internet show because the pay per view time. Yeah, because of the timing. Yeah. But I think that just adds to the historic this of this show. I'm right. Everyone always talks about the way barely barely legal ended, how it went off in the generator, blue and whatnot. Yeah, the v the building completely lost power like a minute after they were off the air. Yeah, and they were dwindling down the time of that pay per view, and I feel I just just even though the end go the way it was supposed to because pay per view. Money is expensive. I feel I could just adds to write this show was an how historic it was, and it's just a few guys that never did Ranna large-scale pay per view. Basically pulling off when the greatest wrestling shows of all time and the fact that bowel rain right the literally at the last possible minute that bell rang, we got the ending to the last match and it's like we did it thirty more seconds and it would been like what the hell happened, but we got it in. Yeah, if I was that guy doing the sign off, I think it was Ian reality. I probably would have pissed myself. Right. This going off, you got a second. Yeah. Pissing myself. But yeah, those guys, you know, the pull off that that match the main event they did with whatever what was going on. It was just a really amazing man..
"genoa" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"Well, no, because the we discover literally hundreds of sites pair year on there are maybe a hundred thousand or more sites known from photography. So we can't contact everybody that what we do is we put the photograph goes into the historic England archives what's available in perpetuity for the public for researchers, Helen Winston of historic England speaking to Dan team, and it's twenty five years since. A Hollywood studio last released film with an all Asian cast. So there's some celebration at the release of crazy rich Asians are a comedy with more than a fictional couples love life at stake. If it succeeds at the box office, it could be a potential turning point and lead to more roles for Asian actors in American films. So what are its chances from New York, Tom, Brooke reports. What about us taking? Eventually, he's like queens, Singapore, pollens wedding, crazy, rich, Asians, and five data tells the story of Rachel Chinese-American professor New York who travels with her Oxford educated boyfriend to meet his family in Singapore, where he was born there, she discovers to her amazement that his Singapore's most energy Bill bachelor and heir to a fortune. This romantic comedy criminals, her immersion into a world of extreme affluence and had tense relationship with her boyfriend from other. I know this. You will never be. Crazy, rich, Asians, leading man. Henry Golding sees the film as breaking new ground. It really opens the idea to not only to studios but audience members around the world. The fact that as Asians, we have typical stories, like what we've been seeing in far these, these lobsters and that we have such a treasure trove of of interesting stories to be told with equally as powerful lead actors, waiting to be told. Asian Americans have been to advance screenings of the film in New York have been responding enthusiastically viewing. It is validating. I've lived here almost my entire life. Although I was born in China, and I've never seen a film that has such has an Asian cast and has portrayed in such diverse way than so glamorously being able to have his ability to all the Asian actors or it's like really good to see them on speed. And you know, to be able to really crazy rich, Asians stands in stark contrast to most Hollywood films where there's the death of Asian stories and characters. A report has found that among recent top Hollywood films, Asians represented less than around one in twenty of all speaking characters. And often the Asian characters that do appear onscreen reinforced negative stereotypes crazy rich Asians tries to deliver more rounded, authentic depictions of Asian men and women actress. Victoria Moke has a role in the film. Oftentimes Asian women are hyper sexualize or seen as subservient to, and to have these characters who have so much depth to them who have a strength to them and are very much human and not just token characters in fill. It shouldn't be so important for a lot of Asian women. Remember my family has been my whole life, Rachel, Rachel crazy rotations has been the target have some protests. They were complaints that the leading man who had a white British father and Malaysian mother wasn't Asian enough for this Asian lead film. That's also been some complaint over the representation of Singapore and the film that the local malay- and Indian populations have been ignored. Clearly, there's a lot riding on crazy, rich, Asians. It's performance at the box office is going to be closely watched Kevin. Bang is co, founder of the organization, Asian American films, social in New York at success at the box office will sort of pave the way or open doors for other films are sort of waiting in queue to be green lighted from production companies to be distributed to funding on just rent. Okay. Praising the release of crazy. Rich Asians has been described as a watershed moment for Asian representation right now, the potent look good. Good. The film has been getting strong meteoric Moshe, and it's been uninformed. Some ferry positive review.
"genoa" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"Visit kids to be delivered to method on this thing and I- comic site, we all tracing it as a terrorist incident of says, a search in the vehicle on the no other weapons have been found at this time. At this early stage of the investigation, no of suspects at the scene have been identified. There is no intelligence at this time of further danger to London is all the rest of the UK. Parliament is currently in recess Westminster occupied by more foreign tourists than politicians. The prime minister on holiday in Switzerland said, huff thoughts with the injured and thanked the emergency services for that courage. The response from police and emergency services to this incident was well rehearsed and well executed. If this wasn't attack on the epicenter of British democracy, it was very quickly neutralized less than a year and a half since the Westminster bridge attack. Once again, the area around parliament was in lockdown the message to the public, stay calm, but remain vigilant. Monkey Stor. The White House says, President Trump is frustrated that the American pasta the heart of the row with Taki has not yet been released about. There's been no comment yet on the. Turkish presidents proposed boycott of US electric goods. Turkey also said it wouldn't use American products in construction on Tuesday, the Russian Foreign Minister Sagala off during a visit to the country. Denounced American sanctions on Ankara as unfair and illegitimate as for the economy itself. The Turkish lira has risen slightly, but as Mark Lowen reports from his Don bull, the problems of offer move, listen to the vitriolic exchanges between Turkey and the US these days, and you'd think they will arch enemies not decades, old NATO allies after Washington slapped sanctions and tariffs on Ankara last week due to Turkey's detention of an American pasta, the Turkish lira nosedived by eighteen percent. In a day, the combative president, Edwin has rejected the interest rate hike that could reverse the full so focused as he owned growth playing to his nationalist face. He's called it an economic war, vowing not to surrender to the enemy. The show. Noon noise in rather than importing goods in foreign currency. He said he would put use them here and he announced a boycott on American electronics. You have the iphone of this, have some. Some. We have how Vestal he cried referring to a Turkish brand. There is wide support for the president from a nation. Natori sleep sensed with stories of foreign plots against it. But many also fear the plunging lira amid the deepening crisis with Washington end to Russia as a form q. It's foreign minister said gay lover of was in anchored sensing an opportunity. He talked about Syria, but also denounced US sanctions on Turkey and Russia as illegitimate. Little subtle. To the issue of sanctions. We see them as unreligious policy on a low for policy opponents defy, mostly by a desire to dominate everywhere and in everything to make everyone dance for certain Choon any agreement. But he's trying to get a competitive advantage in the world markets benefiting only one side business interests by using protectionism sanctions, an unfair competition. I'm Chris relations with the west have plummeted. It has pivoted to Moscow buying a Russian missile defense system and welcoming new Russian financed nuclear power plant beyond the tweets that bluster and the boycotts. That is the real issue here that bit by bit. The bond that is anchored Turkey to the west is loosening, and this fresh crisis is pushing a crucial country ever further into Russia's fear that was marked low in Eastham bull to Sweden. Now on the hashtag Bill, Brenda meaning car-fires has been trending on Twitter more than one hundred cars were set on fire on Monday night in cities around the country. Most of them in the western city of Gothenburg Newland McGovern spoke to call Venus, cook a reporter at.
"genoa" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"I suppose there is a slim chance that people that were underneath the bridge may have survived if they were protected in any way by very strong structures. Is there a chance that. That could be the case. There is there is a turn serene according twelve and experiences. The might be the both stability of some niches being created by rubbles themselves, and we people being eventually protected by by the rebels. We are working on this emergency as if it was enough quake, the units with a, we have sent of the unions that we use during us quake. So it is the same sort of seed away Shen and also the risk of other collapses obviously are the same that we countering quakes. Yes, he say, is very dangerous for your personnel working in this own at the moment, how is the weather? Because we understand that the weather may have played a part in in what happened? Well, the weather, the weather is not good at all. And. View, all of the region had been under a heavy rain. The fuck to the visa might be the, the origin, the coals of the collapse. You know, I couldn't say, but it doesn't seem possible must have been some of the structural problem because the rain by itself couldn't have Costa collapse of such big structure, much energy Angeles coordination. The Italian Red Cross grand jury in the US state of Pennsylvania says its investigation of caracul. Sexual abuse has identified over a thousand child victims more than three hundred. Roman Catholic priests implicated. We had more from on North America correspondent not a toughie. Almost all of these cases are too old to prosecute because of the state statute of limitations. So Pennsylvania's attorney general, Josh Shapiro said that they would work to put charges on those that they could. But I should also add that a lot of camp. Painters and some of the victims themselves are trying to get the state's laws overturned, and they're really using this report is amunition of why they believe the law should be changed so that that statute of limitations does no longer apply. This report does name several people who are accused of being predators and the Pennsylvania Torney general outlines in graphic detail. A lot of these cases, one of the cases was five sisters from the same family abused by a priest. Allegedly, one of the curls was just eighteen months old and was abused until she was twelve. Now, there are details in this report that are still redacted because there was a very long legal fight about not releasing it. So the state attorney general also said that he is working to make sure that they can somehow get rid of those redaction so that there's transparency and this investigation went back decades, didn't it? But the church was not exactly forthcoming, oh, open or helpful? Yeah, this is an investigation that took two years. Here's they spoke to dozens of victims. They went through internal church documents, but the state attorney general has accused the church of trying to cover up the cover up saying that they were more concerned about protecting their own, not about working with the investigators, the Twenty-three, a jury members who were looking into this and the investigators in his office who were looking into this and what is likely to happen now, particularly into of Justice and reparation for the victims we have heard now from at least one Bishop Lawrence Persida of the diocese of Yeary a, he expressed his sorrow to the victims of abuse from his diocese. He said that they will no longer shroud abusers and secrecy, no matter who they are, how long ago the abuse occurred. And in a statement, he said that they are willing to fund any of the counseling that the abuse victims need. No matter how long ago this happened and whether they even lived in the diet. Sees of Erie. And as I say, there is a large campaign to see what they can do in Pennsylvania about this and also to call for more investigations and other parts of the United States. Now, to tell fake reports from the United States, say President Trump's election campaign has filed an arbitrage in case against the former White House aide Omarosa manigault Newman..
"genoa" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"One witness described it as apocalyptic like a bomb hit earlier today, a busy bridge in Genoa, Italy collapsed. A two hundred meter chunk fell to the ground and into the river below local officials, say at least twenty people are dead. That number is expected to rise. One image shows a large green truck stopped just before the precipice where the bridge drops off guy. Yanni's Yanni is a reporter with the New York Times. We reached her in Genoa guy. What does it look like at the site of this bridge? Collapse. Right now, it's nighttime here. The only lights on either one, the firefighters, Stewart overnight to drill through the rob bull and try to find more survivors of victims. It's very site and not here. The only thing you can see is the portion of the bridge stoop sending and then a large interruption hundreds of meters of the meant that just came down onto the tracks on the building and onto the river that went onto the bridge. So that goes down. People may have seen the video footage or some of the photos mearlier today when it was lighted. I mean it did look like the bridge to sort of disappears. I mean, there's an enormous chunk something like two hundred meters that just dropped right off. Yeah, it even to stand in here and looking at it right now. It just doesn't possible. I mean, you could see like big tons of cement assault. What used to be, you know, the road that people drive on and everytime is driven just if you go from, you know, easily to France in the south as just come down residents and you know, firefighters and rescue workers. The all say that it was a little bit. If you designed to raise it all of a sudden no-one had the warning signs these the people, you know on the scene and people were grinding. It just came down as if it was dust instead of rainforest cement and you say that it's silent there now that has to be incredibly eerie given everything that's happened in the hours before. Yeah, dozens of buildings have been evacuated. So all you hear are police cars and nothing else. I mean, I can see the firefighters from attires working in the. A distance, but there is no other sound, you know you. You still have the two trucks that I'm sure a lot of Canadians and seen the footage that to stop before the bridge went down and they're still there. You know, if you know time had stopped in the city, what are the firefighters doing? You mentioned people drilling into the rebel. Describe what it is that you know that they're that they're doing right now. It looks like they are trying to see whether they're anybody's under the rebel. These are huge chunks of branch that have collapsed on the railway tracks. And so it looks like now trying to figure out whether they can break the tongues so that they can find more people barred underneath alive with that. Do they know yet whether anyone has been pulled out of the rubble alive, I'm seeing pictures of some people being pulled the rabble that is going on as going around in social media here in the city, but known if that is official. So right now, all we know is that the people. Alive and when he three people are confirmed that, but you know, the death toll is unlikely to be finalized for a few more hours if not days. What are witnesses saying about how this happened? Everyone says that they heard an explosion resident, you know people in the street here they say that they heard founder and then soon after something that resemble like an apartment explosion like something really impactful. And then you know, they look out of the window and they. So the bridge was not there anymore. And resident that I spoke to said that he saw trucks and cars just lying on the railway, and he couldn't figure out how they got their until erased his eyes and saw that the bridge had collapsed. It's just it's such a huge part of the city life and even like the skyline if you wish that it's hard for anyone in Genoa to figure out, you know what the city will look like is looking like today..
"genoa" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast
"Long we also have to genoa and we also you have the us actually six six things so many i forgot what year and if you look at it from an outsider perspective i definitely think when i talk about focusing in that phase that it do as i say not as i do because it is even for me and i like a lot of things eat less focused than someone who was coaching you or someone who is teaching bill business will tell you to do they tell you to start with one grow it to a certain level and then either have either get out of it or you know take your time out like how other people run it things like that whereas we're still involved heavily in all six of those things that you mentioned so the focus stages one them still in but if i was coaching someone if i was talking to you guys and you're like how many become case independent this stage is vitally important because so many people it it kinda like meshes with that patients and don't give up phases well yes you might have to pivot yes you might have to change stuff but so many people want to either move on from something once they have a little bit of success because they get bored which is silly but i've i've done this myself where you're just like oh yeah like it's okay but like let me move on or they wanna give up on something before they give it a really a fair shake and there's no cut and dry way to say like oh if you put three months in it doesn't work to do it everything's ever situations can be different but i think that when you start to feel those that shiny object syndrome that oh and i want to jump to this on jump to this owner jump this this is where you have to take step back and kind of edit the situation take a step back and also like mention ask for an outside perspective to you know that's going to help you as well and you've been really good for me with that where you're like trav with e pop we gotta do this guy do this because i'll be flipping over to the news.
"genoa" Discussed on The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast
"Oecd are these cake as collide in one big tragedy sell gavin oh my god this is my my gavin what have you got federal they uh back said a feature of a of a model kits i yes i'm not very autistic stu if you're listening to this you're gonna make this that back to the future model car says yeah which he might three cars so let me let me not doubt boxes yet so that's first car will be what look out the rebate the one from pot one the original one free mr fusion that's right so the difference between car one and car to aids swat eight hasn't hemisphere asian and as i learnt recently the number says at a time whereas onto is actually a ball code oh i actually learned from the test the like i menu mad alana so they now washer different screen bots the feature to a bunch of each of three to lure him well backed speech part to actually flies and and has the mr fusion about which means equally power by rubbish and it has lights said it looks a cola and stuff for the different between two and three will escort law ashley because two is basically a separate like uh con shot job when iveta lying mike it work again so it looks a bit like diy like plates give ice got different wheel was because he's from the 1930's stuff on the bona stuff on the bonnet credit for the time circuits and stuff this is brilliant i mean i'm never going to make it bar at genoa never say never though never say never asked kono og i already eight can markets and mike here he's could at models have announced they have ago me muster prices so uh.
"genoa" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"In understand so in a siege and and my place improved lifestyle characters to end a so let us know for the right hand lefthanded the hubble so it saved my life i was in genoa uh and i was i was a chosen character to be right handed is a detective from new york and they chosen to be right and and so the direct i'm running down the street in in uh in a genoa end up the directive says the me i want you to shoot at the fleeing bus more adams was on the bus running water go out more than half their so i speech a new york cop i said i am i made a shoot at a bus while i appreciate what he said sure so sorry ice it all blow attire out missile in a bologna so each is want some thinking my what am i going to do all right i'll make this director happy a member argue with him uh so arrigo a running down the street and i'm gonna shoot two thing and all of a sudden a real police car comes by here with guns out the door on me seeing me with a gun running down the street why and i said i go i tell my hair back to like cut in front of me to jump out of the car and every screaming to movie it's a movie theater movie so now the the everybody's pale an exhaust excluding the cops and the conversation in the car is shoot em kill him kill him kill him in some as he no no no don't on fire don't kill him until until he finds the gun.
"genoa" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!
"But where wear wanted to go if there so i rebounds support folio and then the costs of dachas in gas is around six dollars and of course that can of ties into at the genoa question here biology here uram as scale ability costs of transactions on there and you know now with you mentioned already in contact server shape shifts ride with ice joost that in the status one just fill up the term network for a day or even longer and you know you can hardly knew anything to do you think it's really possible to build a you know consumer facing application that will have no even a ten the number of users that shape shifts has no on here am yet totally but these things are like a continual process of improvement and this is true of any blockchain's they don't they don't come into existence perfect become into existence as a prototype tickets built on her improved over time and this is why it's important for blockchain's to be able to have some degree of adaptability and upgrade ability overtime ethereal is running into a whole bunch of scaling problems just as bitcoin has are not the exact same problems and just because they both ran into it doesn't mean that both technologies don't need to take it seriously but these are the challenges that the protocol developers have to have to handle and ultimately whichever blockchain's to a better job of adapting and making things more and more efficient those will be the ones that win business overtime.