18 Burst results for "Girona"

"girona" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:39 min | 5 months ago

"girona" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Several drive them off now you're safe to do the things you love virus free you may ask about the corona virus which is very well under control in our country today the stock market is down and the corona viruses of this planet is owner of Girona handbasket how is how is the cross street coronavirus transmitted through a variety of ways obviously human to human transmission a variety of different ways and only what they are again human to human fans will be indescribable how is how is the crown by strength of coronavirus transmission one main away viruses spread when you touch your phone I I am a judge this week's the no no no no no no no no no that's right you don't want to talk to anyone no slap and tickle eleven of the apocalypse on flight Lewis zero zero zero the bands of our present my display with us tonight on ground zero glad to have on the program S. you while back to one of the reasons why I thought you know I would associate myself with you guys because I remember back when I first had a proposal to talk about this.

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"girona" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

04:09 min | 7 months ago

"girona" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Softwoods seen having breakfast. Let's say to him. Wylie's resigns Andrea Nicknames while I said while Cowles that house the fully J. Pro has like my. I'm Tom said great. You know living in Holland. ROTC not contracts. I'm going to go see that up but that's like Sofa may soon to I'm not even I can't even finish. Arise like the classics just just owes loss and his smash up the first couple stunned KLOM dropped call like this is crap height this and remember this is like my. You've done the hottest part you. There needs to set some goals for next year. and Go back you did every GONNA WANNA get over there you already at that. Stage natives go to go from there and he didn't have any idea about the European seas understood that I had no goals sit that years hoses flirting. I remember seeing these these ridiculous goals that next year I wrote down in my book. You know three rice wins going from like not even finishing a rice. A Rice is well and truly out of the realm in all of a sudden. I got this race win wells. I want a cop believe this one these spring installer Ferrara and Graham Brown and then the knicks wake. I want another rice. I'm like what the Hell I remember of only go to win one more. Yeah I remember looking back at my Dari and seeing three rice rings our two race wins. I might. I didn't get the third but I was unbelievably mindblowing. was that because you kind of unlocked a part of your brain. Maybe this will be possible if you write it down. You know the Cliche if you if you see it you can be. I guess at the practice of writing writing it down unlocks door that you didn't think could open made. I'm a strong believer in that. I really am and some have said in the the following is it's actually not about achieving that goal. Obviously you want to achieve the goal. But it's the process on the why and what you do on the way to that goal is already more than what you would have done before and often I sit these lofty goals. I think it's important to send them to lofty. Just try something that you think is achievable and what you do on the wider. That is amazing. What you can do and at the end of it you'll like Oh? I didn't even know what the goal was now. I'm happy with where I'm at and that was sort of what happened that yeah and I think often happens with a lot of pros. Is that they and having to make sure that you have no goals. You don't know where you're going you come across. It's very hard and all of a son you lock. I'm drowning and the next year. You do what I did. I'm happy to give out. I'm drowning amount. And as a stroke of luck if you do get through or something happens or speak to someone that gives you that little insult to high set a little goal and you never know what's going to happen. What were the two races you on? It was a rice. It called Delta tours resilient which is a was afford I rice's really cool. Rice actually had a cobblestone sectors around the INS Eland in Holland Windy Important Frisco. Shimono Shimono. Yeah it was really cool. We national talk about it because eight split off in these laps. And it's split up in this sprint frame and I happen to just make the back of this group. And they knew as a group of twenty guys that went away of all the best gauze because of the spring prime and Gomina remember ahead. Father six excuses so this big laid out the knicks lack of finish and I was the only offering out saying there and gone moon during the late out and I was like happened to get on the back of Tara and then Brownie came up Graham Brown and push me off and I was like Oh. I shouldn't be here anyway. Brownie have the wheel. Thanksgiving we come around the corner. Those two sprinting and those too worried about each other they fighting fighting next thing. Just come in the slipstream. Pasta House like looks like I just took out the written. And that was my Zach reaction from the Rice Katina's for like thirty seconds. Behind in the in the bond tonight will harvey knock. Could get some kind of points for Tom. For Jason La Canfora. Dr The happened to have it on camera. My my actually was actually actually just one..

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"girona" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

04:14 min | 7 months ago

"girona" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"For excuse me she said a lovely spot here. We're in early November. I'm going everywhere is rainy and cold in early. November like England uproar my big coat corona and. I'm not going to need it AM I. He Probably Wind Narloch. Even though it's like any environment green you become adjusted to it. So refunding cody now in a nice way. It's automating a NAS whites you get little rainy day. Every so often it gets Chrispin not and it feels noticeable to Kurt on a I post to. I guess you who's always having throat on gets a bit. Toss him while I'm just here in a t shirt I mean this is this is crazy. You'll be off to Australia in a couple of days. You've flying Tell me about your route back home for the winter slash summer. Well the flight itself. It's pretty boring thing you know you fly. We fly a senior policy. You GotTa do a little cheeky sup. Ever every BACELONA Milan sit on the plane for now and then go across to Singapore and Singapore back to Mellon That's the boring pot of it. We got two kids. So that's going to be maybe not so boring. What ages are your children? My son's two and a half and my daughter's six months so yeah that's challenging flight. Los Angeles I'm I'm a expecting. She's going to be good at my son's GONNA be red hot. How do you divide teasers road captain your wife the other road captain inner? Inner actually is funny. When I'm thinking about that my my when my daughter was born she was tough just as a normal newborn and it was Malo is my son when he was who but finding take care of him like? Oh it's like Malo out I'll I'll I'll take Malla for woke. No I'll put him to bid slyke but now it's flipping again is is becoming being really comfortable and my daughter. And now it's a bit like I'll I'll I'll give her a bath you fade. I mean we're just GONNA have to juggle it up and and look across at each other and see us doing it. Tough Guy Art all tagging a bit like Madison hugging your wife in I in while you might be Get fifteen minutes sleep. I sympathize but being an Australian working nine months a year in in Europe. I guess it's an occupational hazard. Then you want to get home. Of course it's funny. Yeah you and I can leave. Yup I really do feel like I can leave hearing in spine or in Europe. I really do love the atmosphere. The law the law solids a breath of fresh air. It's a different take on life than Australia has a bad tight but just brings another element into. It's the family. I really missile. My extended family my mom and dad my sister and my brother and when you get to that point you daren't feel I think after we've aiming for a long time you find you can 'cause you're so you don't think too much he gets settled. You got your family your little family as soon as you have that Diet but you're going home and soon as it draws close say inside a month all of a sudden it can't come quick enough and I've had that feeling the last week. It's like God. These lost dragging on months. Before it didn't matter data. You could have been here all year. Well the stock podcast taking up an hour of your evening. You know you'll you'll be getting on the plane before you know it and of course when you get back to Australia really you can have to adjust to the heat. I guess it'd be pretty warm down there What's kind of typical ozzy? Some for the dockers like an and Christmas of course and then returning to racing in two months in a bit. I guess it is crazy side. The two months. I'll I'll touch on that because Sony someone the other Diane. All's well actually sued opinion. Dora dropping through in always reminiscing on the endorse touch. I was like well. That was just two months ago. So we're GONNA look to everage and he goes united nationals are in two months also also nationals few ages Gar and wealth feels like two seconds ago yet. They're exactly the same time of pot in his point of the so I haven't got my head around rising yet yet and I think that's okay. How long have you been off into your last Reysen off scenes idea rice Was Ten days off. The world's I've been off for about must be about three weeks now. I'm going to have another couple of weeks off. I'm GONNA have a bit of a longer offs as initiate and to down under sunny little bit light of the sheets are you're just talking to my advantage and I'm just understanding as I get.

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"girona" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"girona" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"And a lot of sports people don't really do that. And they come to the end of their time where they can make a paycheck from doing that. And, and they don't know what they're going to do. But do you think there's something about you that you started to think about that early? Or was it just I have this passionate and coffee? And I want to do something else as you said, and I'm kind of tired of the routine. I think there was a couple of things as a young kid. I was always super curious. I got so many interests outside of while before I was even cycling. You know, I mean, the reason I became a professional cyclist is exactly I love riding my bike so much, and I wonder on my bike every day. So my idea when I was fifteen was a while, if I wanna run like every day I was becoming, I was like list, looking back now it's quite strange the really chose the job like you would to be a plumber, or an architect or teacher. I just decide. This is what I'm going to do. And I didn't see why it wasn't as possible as the other things. I mean it was just you put the work in the logical steps, and you can be whatever you want to be. So I chose to be a cyclist for that reason to ride my bike, but I also always had other interests. And I was always even as a younger person quite realistic, a look, what I also didn't want to be was twenty five still not having made it yet kind of chasing that dream, and, you know, I was going to commit and I was going to try, and if I didn't make it I was gonna move on to something else, and keep riding my bike to me, the racing was never the end all be all, like I wasn't chasing the racing the racing was a tool that allowed me to rhyme a bike every day. So in that sense, it was yeah, I could say probably quite a bit different because alive guys grow up chasing the world tour chasing that professional contract. And I just wonder I'm bike. Well, you got to ride I think, you know, three grand tour. So you've checked the list off. You read my bike a lot. Yeah. If you've done that part of your life, so cycling became coffee quickly, but you learn all the science you learn how to roast and eventually you conversation with amber. Your wife about opening a cafe opening Fabrica, which is which is the first place you opened here in Girona. But I heard that conversation is expedited at that point, you knew that you would do it at some point down the road. But there came a point in your career where that sped up a little bit, and you decided to go and do it take a plunge..

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"girona" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"girona" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Job is set to Bob. Bob O'Brien Memorial Day Monday. It's been a splendid weather weekend. Probably be at your barbecue. Thanks for having me rank it up. Ma-ma my Girona. It's the knack. Somebody pass the potato salad. One more. New Jersey, chime time to three and you know what I think I think it finally rained itself out all the rain we had in March, and April and a good chunk of may maybe we're finally set for some.

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"girona" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"girona" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Little later on to discuss the future of my colleague. But we kick things off Santiago Ben about grammar Dray taking on Girona Ramage rid of goals, revitalize his calendar yet looking good China closet. Got back to of points on the top of the time off the boss one yesterday taking on a Girona sign of struggled Scifo this season. Twenty five minutes in going to plan. Casamayor makes it one no pretty routine for Madrid said piece of the ball in customer gets over his mind. Very head at the end of it. I mean number of changes full this game that affect them win second off. They would terrible how will give here against rambles booking as well. Right decision. Yeah. Because even though he's he's very close to the ball erase exams into to position. So absolute stew Onny stepped up to make it one one. And then poli would make it to unto Girona. We'll talk to. Yes, you could not so much the second one which I think he's scrambling to make up the full. But when I saw this. I thought that's within within his range. And I thought he should you should have caught it in the end gets a hand on. This doesn't really do a whole unfolded who just tidies up and tonight, Matt as west and stuff caramel given a second yellow card right decision here. I'm always thought that you know, these overhead catching all after anywhere else in the field light, LA they would have been deemed to be dangerous play which often office statement was that your own to ram to one. Remember all that goodwill. The round earned that win away against the weekend. Just gone up. Very terrible result. I can't believe that Gerald is presenting the quarterly budget report with finger puppets. Here comes.

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"girona" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"girona" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Baba's wedding day right there by the eternal by Charlie Girona or godless Huron. Anyway, that you want to announce it, they're terrific. Jen. What you got for us. Eternal love by the marquees. The mall. Hello..

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"girona" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"girona" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"I mean, Colin, I am, you know, we both come from studying, and engineering degrees and just sort of took the opportunity to explore a life as as professional athletes, and and that's turned into a proper career. And so you started I mean, we both enough at he's now and the thought started to to enter our minds, you know, what are we gonna do after cycling? You know, we we love our life in Europe, we not so certain that we want to go back to South Africa permanently. So what do we do in Europe? There is obviously the language barrier. You know, how do we make up genitive ourselves here beyond cycling? And of course, it's possible to go. Back into engineering, but that means starting at the bottom, you know, we have no experience at practicing as engineers, you know, in our cities we have to start from scratch. You know? So thought was well, what can we do that kind of benefits of his in cycling and our experience, and our network cycling, and sir. Yeah. I mean, the dream was always to earn a property here, and to you know, to start cycling tourism business, and and to somehow connect the dots between maybe the different aspects or spheres of cycling, and being those that are making money cycling tourism or or events and the pro side of the sport. And I suppose that's where we hope to eventually get to that point where we can connect the dots. But the opportunity presented itself with my dad, retiring sooner than we thought looking for for something to keep himself busy, and we came across the mazing and property how. Did you find this place because the end of gravel road about quality few punctures there have year or actually not? Yeah. It's it's fine. Fine gravel, but it's very remote very offers beautiful views here for miles to the target cell from the Chinese, but how did you come across this place? How did you find it? I mean, the mindset just started. Well, we looking into a property and messiah which these tone country villas in Girona area. We always wanted to be close enough to Girona that that people could experience the hub that it is or the cycling that it is, but that much more removed that you can just cycle out of the property and straightaway beyond good training roads without having to cycle through a town..

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"girona" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"girona" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Paseo actually, I wonder if you can tell me, but this this place we were sitting. I mean, this is you said this building some history is it's an old Liu Qing Seth up here on the skirts of Ulises other crap. Nation. Yeah. How long have you lived here in this in this part of Spain say this is our sixth year living in Girona province? But my husband, and I have never actually lived in Girona town. We've always chosen to be a little bit outside Girona. And yeah, I mean Banya lists just sort of happened, coincidentally, we will we were living in in Italy because call my husband has Italian heritage. And so that was the first, you know, natural move is if you coming from South Africa to make career in in Europe. Well, let's go to Italy because he wanted to explore his his heritage. And I'm yeah, it was great. We lived in in northern Italy in in varies area Kristie majoria. But somehow, we just kind of isolated the, you know, we were making effort to learn the language, but we just didn't feel that we were really integrated into the community or accepted into the communities. Case of riding your bike, and then going to apartment and sitting apartment all day. It wasn't fulfilling, you know. So we we were looking for somewhere new to base our selves. And obviously I'd heard a lot about Spain and Girona area and call it actually had a really bad experience coming to watch a race in value delivery somewhere in Spanish, so he was like completely against idea of coming to spend. 'cause that was his idea. But of course, as we've found is from living here is that we actually don't live in Spain. We're in Catalonia, and it's actually very different to to the rest of Spencer. Finally, I managed to convince him to come out here. And at the time he was kind of debt at taking part in triathlon. Because that's where we his sort of roots are Ammen. So we were looking for something close to to water where he would be able to to swim. And so we ended up in in Banyala, and we just so grateful that that we ended up here because we've always somehow been studied in a smaller town instead abortion, South Africa. Call grew up in a small town in in is. As it. I in the center of South Africa blood contained, so we've never been sort of big city or people to be in in the hubbub, the noise and an activity so to be based in Benue, which is just just outside of Toronto. It's a half an hour ride into Girona. Our we have always had a car. So it was easy enough to drive into Girona to join friends and to be there when you wanted to be in amongst everything that's happening. But to be able to to leave when when you wanted quietness and cycling is also a full-on sport when you with your team and your racing immersed in it, you know, and it's it's just all about cycling, and and then to come home and to be stolen most in that. Because that is actually what you own is. Now, I mean every corner you turn you bump into a pro or journalists or photographers, or, you know, panelists the perfect environment where it's still very much a local experience. It's a local town with. People bringing up their kids, but it's a very sporty town because we have the leg, you know. So it's actually a very popular destination for triathletes and many international triathletes comes spend time here during the season. And yes, becoming more and more popular for cycling tourism, so. Yeah..

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"girona" Discussed on Open Floor

Open Floor

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"girona" Discussed on Open Floor

"Welcome back to another episode of open floor. I'm Andrew sharp and on the other line Bengal. What's up, man? Not too much and Girona take you on a trip deep into the memory Bank. Do you remember a couple years ago? I don't know how long ago it was where we were asked to sort of like predict the future of the NBA and come up with like the craziest next generation developments. And I think my my idea was something along the lines of my dantonio going to coach the Minnesota Timberwolves and unleashing Karl Anthony towns appoint center, so basely towns, we're just gonna bring the ball up on offense. Do everything for them authencity and then play center on defense. Well, the future is now in June. His name is ion Williamson, and he is far more intriguing as a point center candidate than Carl towns could ever be even on his best day, not his little Karl. Anthony Bennett ways that we've seen here over the last month. This kid is is truly interesting. I completely under. Understand why the entire internet is buzzing over his debut at Duke, and I'm not surprised in the slightest that somebody like you would just pick off the lowest hanging fruit and say we got to open up this podcast with some Zion talk as here we are. We really do. And by the way, credit to you. You're really trying to make Karl Anthony Bennett stick, and I'm not sure if it has legs, but I appreciate your resilience. It's the power of repetition. And it's the one thing I've learned from our president. There you go. The all right. So full disclosure here bed, and I are scheduled got a little complicated. So we recorded the second half of this podcast on Sunday night. And for the first half we decided to keep it open a little bit. And we do fifteen or twenty minutes at the top with whatever the biggest story of the week was and right now, it does sort of seem like every NBA person talking to just want to talk about Zion. Williamson. Did you see the game? Actually, hold on. What we'll do. We'll start with this quote from Steve Kerr here who what we should start with a little bit more of a sell job. Andrew come on. You always go through these complicated. We did this. We did that we provided about an hour of timeless takes over the weekend. They're going to be coming up after this conversation here in the first fifty minutes issue had not even mentioned it. You wouldn't have even been able to tell because they're going to hold up just that. Well, now, go ahead with your Steve Kerr. Okay. So here is Steve Kerr who was. Asked about matching up with Jaanus at warrior shoot around this morning, or I guess it was warriors practice, but here was his answer. Some. I probably can't say. The bigger. Eighty five. It sign up for this change. So there's Kerr and by the way credit to Kerr every year around this time, he starts talking about college prospects. And then says all the please don't find it's becoming an annual tradition for him. But no credit Takhar fine him. I thought that was inappropriate. He can't go listing off his list, wait making these references to the next LeBron. I mean, come on. He's obviously planting the seeds for like twenty twenty seven free agency recruiting here. I can't have it Andrew. It's true. Did you watch the game? I mean what what do you make of Zion right now because he kind of broke my brain against Kentucky Tuesday night. No. I mean, he's a very very talented player. It's not like we just stumbled upon..

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"girona" Discussed on Puty's World Cup Podcast

Puty's World Cup Podcast

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"girona" Discussed on Puty's World Cup Podcast

"I mean, there's just Dax and that's a lot of and you have to add the other midfielder Marcelo and then. I mean, I thought he was a striker. Team is strong man. I mean, obviously they wanna champions three years ago, but I don't rule out there essentials a star. Yeah. And then we got bars who drop their first point to the season. They ended up with a two, two draw at home to mighty Girona Girona. Girona and the, I guess the red card changed everything. You know they're up. I think they're up one zero at the time and they got this red card to climate Ling let it was. I guess we'll call controversial. Who is controversial? What did you guys think about this red card? Yes or no? Was it a records? It's a red guard? Yes. Was it intentional? No, four Senate waiting just the fact that it hit if the, if it hit anywhere else, I wouldn't have given it, but the fact that hit his faces all latest face that was a natural position, easy trying to what's it called. You're trying to change direction and shield the ball at the same time. I mean, regardless read or not, that guy that fucking hurt. Yeah. Got tagged. Cars whites read. It was an awkward move so they were going need a knee, and so I can almost see how the guy the Clermont Liu Ling late. Could you know his arm could go like in that direction? It was awkward. But at the same time you're going to need a knee, you know, you're trying to. Try to change your balance and everything, but you you're, you gotta be responsible for your body and his elbow went directly into that guy's knows when a so I was okay with the red card people on on Twitter, I would say wrong. See, yeah. Face it is courts Turk orange card. He. If you just dropped his elbow just a bit hit like down, I would not that that's when I call it a dark orange tree. He'd have been fine. So it was controversial call it that, yeah, but so he's out and bars dropped their first points of the season. So they end rail Madrid now even on thirteen points after five games. So in their followed by, of course, Alvis in third place is everybody would have would. Magin we'll move on to Italy and I would say the the game of the weekend was intere- visiting Sampdoria in the came away with a one zero win. Two notable things about this game. Number one basically confirms the Tottenham is slum BUSTER FC because we basically, you know, got into season back on track after the relate collapsed in Champions League last week, hey, cotton credit soon. Wa the tot on there or being a generous opponent. And then the Secondly, the Luciana spaghetti, the coach for inner so inner scored. This goal one zero and they got in the ninety four th minute and he celebrated so exuberantly I guess you'd say that he actually got sent off these. What. So I guess he must have said some naughty words to the fourth official. I guess that's really probably what it comes down. Ninety four. Hard on his leave and he went out there and you know, celebrated his balls off set a quarter to just take fine, right? Yeah. Take the finance suspension to he's going to be suspended as well, but the coaches, they go out there and show a little emotion on the sidelines. Player something something I am had for like since nineteen Ninety-six coaches shows emotional. I love that. Dude. That's the cool story. I've heard today actually see that I wrote down as my no, for this game bras of each. I'm sorry about saying they should start kovic the entire World Cup. They internees Bandou pitch on the field, I think is what this game showed really get the details about meeting man's who get on the field. They need a, he's a different team. He's out there though. Gangly eases a lot of elbows. He does. He's he's a sprang, gets it done? Yeah, it's a sharp man. Her. So the rest of Italy event deuce. They pull off two zero win Ronnie. Got another goal. So we can officially put the bed that whole storyline about Ryan that scoring credible with great for them to wasn't available. He might as well Shanghai. I'm not watching it. Yeah. Yeah, frozen known as with AB. So you'll be thinking Italy, Roma lost again. They're in fourteenth place with five point, five games, and I think it's too early to call them dead per se on the season, but obviously their chances at the skit Eto are..

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Afghanistan, Crack Cocaine and Hawn discussed on BBC Minute

BBC Minute

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Afghanistan, Crack Cocaine and Hawn discussed on BBC Minute

"We start in Afghanistan. A suicide bombing. Nangahar province in the east of the country has killed at least thirty two people more than one hundred. Others were wounded. The province is the center of Islam, estate, militant activity in Afghanistan. Common once Hawn is trending. She's resigning as Spain's health

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"girona" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"girona" Discussed on Ringer FC

"Okay. We're back Champions League draw just happened. How do you feel about Liverpool's draw ran? Let me remind listeners that Liverpool have PS Napoli and survey Nazir vita Red Star. Belgrade has also known. Reds twice it say sure. Vinas Vado on my list. I guess the the English media's now adapting the Serbian pronunciation, Red Star, Belgrade. Thank you Ryan. Only two teams in that group who've won the Champions League before Liverpool and red star. I think you'll them respect. I came into this being. A confident Liverpool fan and just confident general person in regard to Liverpool in the sense that like. It was whoever was drawing, Liverpool was the one who is getting screwed because they were by far the best team in the third pot probably would have been the best. I think definitely would have been the best team in the second pot also. But you know, it's. Heart based on how each pot came out. I, this was the worst possible draw that could have gotten. It's a. The only group where there's three teams that are in the top eleven of fivethirtyeight global rankings. That's not great cause he's usually you would want, you know, through all of those teams to be in the round of sixteen considering they're in the top eleven. I mean, I still think Liverpool will be fine because I think they're very good, but. They just have a fucking terrible September ahead of them now. So it'll be interesting to see what happens with that. But I think you're probably, in my opinion, you're probably Napoli is the one that is pissed about this more than Liverpool. 'cause Liverpool is in the third pot. So they were gonna conceivably have a tough pairing, no matter what other English teams Spurs in their groupie with Barscelona PSV inter- United get you vent this Valencia. Young boys course Cristiano Renaldo. We'll be coming back to Old Trafford city f, Shakhtar desk, Leone often Heim, I would imagine I could see all all four English teams going through. I, I would. I think I think they're, they're all favored to go through is how I would say. But just playing the percentages, I would say one of them won't get through menus just such a tough team to kind of project. Anything with because of all the uncertainty in weirdness with their recent performances. But I mean, this is for city. It's, you know, it's a walk in the park this group. So and all of these group stage fixtures actually start this month. So, Yep. All right. Let's quickly pivot to Lalita first of all we mentioned and it's been reported of course that lollygag will stage a regular season match in the United States. They announced that today. It's official now. Barcelona Girona against Girona in Miami drone. My pronouncing it right. Yep. Barcelona Girona it rhymes in Miami at the dolphin stadium. Hardrock stadium on January twenty. Seventh, it's going to be a home game for Girona. Yeah. So we knew it was gonna be feature a big team in that team is Barcelona. Can you say anything about Girona. They're owned by the city football group which owned Manchester City. So interesting the fan. No, that that's the team that's playing in. This has me raise an eyebrow. The interesting thing about this is that. They're offering Girona ticket holders like up multiple options where they're gonna for fifteen hundred people. They're going to pay for their flight and their hotel. And if you don't go there, five thousand tickets available for. The Girona supporters that want to go to the reverse fixture at the Camp Nou and then they get twenty percent refunded on their season ticket. Or if you don't want to do either of those, you get a forty percent refund on your season ticket because.

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"girona" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"girona" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"At nine hundred ninety five and it started its mapping mission so it was studying jupiter but it also turned its instruments on the various moons of jupiter and if you remember twenty ten space odyssey there's a moon around jupiter called europa right and the voyager missions had image girona and saw that it was an ice ball with cracks in it yeah and they thought that was interesting but it wasn't you know they were only doing fly bys or just whizzing by they couldn't go into orbit and here was the spacecraft galileo now orbiting jupiter and it could take much better photos of europa and it did and it measured a bunch of different aspects of your they showed that it is an ice ball but it the cracks in it seemed to indicate that it's not frozen solid now this makes no sense if you think in terms of the goldilocks zone the whole thing of it the goldilocks zone is that's where you can have liquid water and here is this moon the smaller body out out at jupiter further away from the sun and it appears to have liquid water underneath a layer of rice and this really kicked off a whole other level of planetary science saying hey gravitational fields flexing moon can keep it warm enough to maintain liquid water under a surface of ice enough that it actually cracks through the ice and if you see pictures of europa you'll see that these cracks are reddish brown and at the time they really debated what that was today we know they pretty clearly there tho len's their compounds that are organic in a lot of respects they are volatile compounds and they being spewed up from the subsurface of europa and frozen onto the surface of the ice but they weren't this is the nineties and they were still figuring stuff out but as we've done more like for example a new horizons mission to pluto now shows their olin's on pluto.

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"girona" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"girona" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"At nine hundred ninety five and it started its mapping mission so it was studying jupiter but it also turned its instruments on the various moons of jupiter and if you remember twenty ten space odyssey there's a moon around jupiter called europa right and the voyager missions had image girona and saw that it was an ice ball with cracks in it yeah and they thought that was interesting but it wasn't you know they were only doing fly bys or just whizzing by they couldn't go into orbit and here was the spacecraft galileo now orbiting jupiter and it could take much better photos of europa and it did and it measured a bunch of different aspects of your they showed that it is an ice ball but it the cracks in it seemed to indicate that it's not frozen solid now this makes no sense if you think in terms of the goldilocks zone the whole thing of it the goldilocks zone is that's where you can have liquid water and here is this moon the smaller body out out at jupiter further away from the sun and it appears to have liquid water underneath a layer of rice and this really kicked off a whole other level of planetary science saying hey gravitational fields flexing moon can keep it warm enough to maintain liquid water under a surface of ice enough that it actually cracks through the ice and if you see pictures of europa you'll see that these cracks are reddish brown and at the time they really debated what that was today we know they pretty clearly there tho len's their compounds that are organic in a lot of respects they are volatile compounds and they being spewed up from the subsurface of europa and frozen onto the surface of the ice but they weren't this is the nineties and they were still figuring stuff out but as we've done more like for example a new horizons mission to pluto now shows their olin's on pluto.

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"girona" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"girona" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Another there was a good stage win for harlison pantano track second phase of the great start to the season on i you spoke to his teammate peter statin i think who are back on the wall gave it more of an insight into how the rates was he pretty be by the end of the when i saw him on the after the final stage and it was quite an interesting story about punt on dedicating the win to that team mates marquel is our who really tragically the day before they raced through the area when weapon tana one he lost his cousin in an avalanche so that was quite an horrific events for the team for marcal to have to go through and race on sir yet to them that day for show cold weather and no time trial means just long road stages every day and it ends up actually being one of the biggest workload weeks of the year similar to the third week of the jiro or the door so it's it's hard in the spring especially the ball the weather are you based in hearing near that yeah i've while i'm based in california but i've been in girona for over ten years now one of the original guys there yeah how was it yesterday when new yes for yours and how was that all that was great that was our our saving grace of the week because we you know we just tried to aggressive every day and go for the breakaway and it was kind of a lottery on a lot of these days and we just made sure we always had a guy in everything and that day ended up in two of us and laurent da committed foley for johnson and i mean can go down hill like a kamikaze and he held it so i mean you know that was that was a nice pick me up for the team after a rough february so.

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"girona" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"girona" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Socal honda traffic center problems in mission hills is a crash on the winning tdp let me the left lane is blocked traffic learning app getting away from porter ranch drive we have mike o'brien kfi and this guy's take a look at a very slow drive in corona 550 jamychal girona just pass that i wanted back through cow very tough nor 15th flows leading it also looks like if you had to give riverside six fast they'll fifa challenge for mike o'brien kfi in the sky calling on the fifteen and make that the fifty five northbound out ever irvine delays from the 405 taking you ahead to the ninety line and the 405 northbound still slow in irvine from balata jeffrey you continue continuance stretches to the 605 kfi in the sky have gets you there fast dare i need to martinez your money in your weekend forecast net unicom global founded by corey hong in the early eighties when corey came to america the age of twenty from south korea today unicom global is forty four companies worldwide and if you shop online are you buy stakis a cellphone order prescriptions pay utility bills you're probably using unicom software and since unicom global and i bm have been in partnerships for the past 35 years all the way from the system three seventy mainframe irit to today supercomputer what unicom global an ibm system engineers have done they've jointly develop the next generation universe the medics cents a barrel choose from hundreds of traveltrailers fifthwheels and gas and diesel motor motorhomes didi rv dot com southland weather clear skies warm temps out there tonight lows.

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"girona" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"girona" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"On the other side of that and he talks about this idea that disregard for many could have been targeted what we do know from police today is that that the group planned to drive three vehicles packed with explosives into crowds of people we don't know whether we're going but the reason they change the plan according to the police to the man accidentally killed themselves on wednesday night in this explosion of a hideout this place in tumbled alkana where they had been for more than six months planning these attacks so once that happened there one hundred twenty gas canisters discovered at the property and at the same time they then we we were told that they rushed the attack and that's what happened on thursday night and we understand that there is a still looking for one suspects yes now this is this is interesting on the one since they are confirming they found out the identity of the man who drove the van for the crowd unless ramblas but then not confirming it's the man that they're looking for who is 22yearold moroccan national yunus labral yaqoob are being very cautious he hasn't been found i think there is a sense of the with fed to say that he is believed to be the driver at the chief of the castle on police did i say that he may have fled to france of increased security checkpoints just in case he is still in the center area where he he thought to be hiding place call ripoll near girona another brief point as well you're we've heard today from the family of two of the dead terror suspects omar on muhammed as she me his father that father has said that he spoke to one of his sons two hours before the attack he had no idea what we were planning but he believes he says he sums were radicalize by the imam of a local mosque this is a monk cold abdel baqi src he's is thought to be one of the man who died in the explosion of the property.

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