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"Or now in the race to vaccinate the cdc releasing its first data on kovin breakthrough infections in a small number of fully vaccinated people. So what is your potential risk. Tom castello with a reality. Check while more than seventy six million americans have now been fully vaccinated the cdc reports a very small number of breakthrough cases people contracting koba despite being vaccinated so far fifty eight hundred known cases. Most of them women forty percent involved people over the age of sixty. Seven percent had to be hospitalized. One percent seventy four people died experts. Say the infections are similar to people coming down with the flu. Despite getting the flu vaccine aerial silver got kobe six weeks after her second covid vaccine does or two days. I was in bed very sick. We cancel all my work. Phone calls hit hard for sure. At a certain point fatigue went from homemade. I'm tired to on my god. i can't really move dr evellina. Grosvenor also got sick after being vaccinated to think what medicines could have been like. if. I wasn't exited. The data tells the story showing the pfizer and the journal. Vaccines are at least ninety. Four percent effective in preventing severe disease. The j. j. vaccine eighty six percent in preventing severe disease that means only a small percentage of action. That people are likely to still get cova though most should not end up in the hospital vast vast majority of people who have been vaccinated and get cove. They're going to have mild illness. Maybe moderate illness and should be able to recover at home. The covert vaccines actually provide far more protection than the typical flu vaccine which has been fifty to sixty percent effective in recent years and the courage vaccines do appear to protect against the uk variant now the most common strain in the us. The biggest concern is that people who do become sick despite being vaccinated could still spread the virus to others infectious disease experts point out no vaccine offers one hundred percent protection.
"grosvenor" Discussed on Elliman Daily Podcast
"So whether you have your flowers or private shack arranged or changes throughout scott's so i'm in but going back to his hotel experience lost by his and he's handpicked bogus dos stood. He stopped on side all have been handpicked by sulaiman. Who live a bespoke service to to residents. Said they get all the benefits living Privacy all residential developments. Little bit. Like having your own atop i think. Now it's not something that's really unique another the benefits of doing this at the moment on something that would very product just coming back to the cell that says of course you have security embassy gray security patrol the outside on the inside of a building. simon could even go spaw hunting office year. Which action advice on wealth and tucks and anything like that he can you uncomfortable. The right pete everything will take you come for that. Show she posted. It is very important just to touch on the facilities that we offer here as a twenty five meter swimming. Go just the ten thousand square. So plenty by destroying booth jim Private training room cinema shot room gains room treatment rooms. I of course things like the hydrotherapy food hall. A hundred and freezing cold fronts boop order. This is run by by sentimentality jeff. You won't sell face shuttle bus no training everybody's onsite ready to help with rescue By ben williams So again the benefit of mobbing. Everything done in house is that if anybody would like jewish new changed or judiciary added Everything is in housing. And i'm from done positive. Residents this digital gives you an australian of the crew development is completing house opened. Nineteen papers say next week will be pretty complete and in fact the office rather than it did not today which is quite exciting so everything is look up is distraction of the gym old gym criminal courses technogym on top of the range gym equipment as well as cinema If you just use your family your friends you can book it to the evening Everything opposes complimentary residents treatment. Room run by sons man's facials own message as everything is available. All site coming coming to the now just won't be give you a little bit of background. Some of the press which we received which by the british press despite the loss on on the oval office and the relationship with america which is really really nice ralston. How history at cnn reported on the penthouse sale which has said she just under a hundred and fifty million close so in summary just to say nine load really does chris. On quality on materials on legacy really represents with the the concept of all sussman brown all offering is ray selling speed bespoke and very best that you can find in london. I can send you across some of the information here. This is just a little bit of a fact sheet to show you what we're achieving in terms of all blended asked us back in suburbs charge it which happy happy to saturday everybody so equal on you speak to your class but finally just everybody very much for listening. It's been a pleasure to speak to you On a very much wants kobe's allows you can come about because the cost pick you up. I'll be take your out to be my pleasure to meet. You weren't person And i'd love to show you our development. Say thank you very much for listening. Thank you tom What a beautiful presentation because many as you know. London is my favorite city in the world. And i love getting breaking on this building. I think just became reggae rebuilding. It is spectacular up. Everybody else feels on this. Call right now. But wow right we think we see luxury all the time. Only this is truly. I would say british elegance. I don't know how else to describe it. Will they take check. Will they take travelers. Check your about a promissory note right. They will do that. I'm sure anyway Thank you You can find this information on bolio. Please feel free to cross marketed. I think could be phenomenal for your brand and Thank you thank you jason Thank you everybody for being here from knight frank. Tom everyone And andre all of you andrew. Excuse me it was a pleasure to have you and We'll get you guys back soon. As march thanks so much. Thank you everybody. Thank you aired very much. Everyone thank you bye-bye..
"grosvenor" Discussed on Elliman Daily Podcast
"You still hear me. yes we give. That's that's the first of its kind in in london on any residential development says really exciting bandits at salva to a newsom. Who's what it means is. is heightened security access to the basement to have a cause Jaws or increase. Chris brown's not to call took care and it's a hundred and twenty seconds so from your you cold cold dispossession desk in its hundred seconds to retrieve utah. Car spun round on the table. And but front facing ready feuds joined right so we really really excited about about system but in terms of of the city's upside we've try to create very writing classical approach that everything is is has volume ceilings throughout everything is quite restrained than i am very pet boxer tradition tradition. The english very discreet. I never spoke older conferencing facilities What needs to Homeschooling for families or onsite meetings. Everything is that south. 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"grosvenor" Discussed on Elliman Daily Podcast
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"grosvenor" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist
"Need to be created in an effort busy west end to people around the world that Word Mayfair. It comes with connotations. It's a very wealthy area. It's a very important part of London for many years. It had the. Us Embassy at one end. They've now become and move south of the river for all sorts of reasons. Space for security so grosvenor square is changing in itself. Are you trying to open this area up to all Londoners or is this still an immunity a local community for the people who call Mayfair home? Well I think it has to be both. I think the you know there's ever increasing pressure on all green spaces and greatness glass. It's one hundred yards from some important places in London and it's currently not working as hard as it should to bring people to those green spaces or to itself but at the same time. It's really important that the people who currently use it don't feel that they are negatively impacted by any sort of change. So we are working really hard to try and bring that community into the design process to make sure that you know what we create his great for them. Great for Neva says as well now for radio is a bit complicated. We have two people around the table. Say both cooled Ed but my other guests is called. Ed is the head of landscape way cursed and you work with Q. Gardens with the Rural Gardens Out Q. U. Brought on to help guide a competition to decide. I'm going to meet the winner in a second to decide what should happen to this square. What kinds of things that you wanted them to grow and everybody involved to think about when they reimagined what? This extraordinary thing. The the London Garden Square should be in the future. I suppose the first thing that struck me was the absence of a paper area and the chance to bring some extraordinary quality to green space. That a chance to create a public goods something that could enrich lives that everybody could share and I think in parallel to that just being conscious of the pressure that are green spaces are public green spaces under in London. But across the case cities you know ever decreasing budgets very very constrained windows for people to think creatively said a chance to do something that actually with grosvenor imagination resources could be extraordinary but could be for everybody that was the compelling thing. I wanted to focus on. We should as an international city as the home of very distinct solid horticulture near K. We should make something extraordinary in Grosvenor Square. There's almost no option and are very quickly realized that that was a possibility. Now we're in a time out of climate change of debate about what public realms should be. There's so many things to consider and I know the year when many of these gardens laid out and for many many years to come they formal. They were very considered and Kaffa in the way that they delivered they were they repeated patterns. That was a formats about the we've moved into world of like the highlight of wild garden is not something that you also wanted to be considered. Okay are we going to be a bit more formal? We're going to rethink the whole idea of what it means to plant a space out. Yeah I think me Grosvenor Square. Just big enough sir create an immersive environments a place where people can step in and briefly. Forget what was in the heads prior to working into Grosvenor Square says to utilize the space that we have to create something. That probably is a little bit. Wilder has a clear rhythm to its pops that plays to our senses desire to be in a in a meadow or a deport broad landscape and I think the really interesting thing about design is that you can achieve some extraordinary balances it can be deep an immersive and rich but it can also have an ornamental quality to it some of the very best wild landscapes appeal to our esthetic sense some of the very best designed landscapes focused sense of the world's and again we've got the opportunity the imagination the resources to some of those really kind of interesting dramatic kind of tensions. Well I'm very pleased to say the analysts whose here is the winner of a competition where your company's Tonkin Louis? The winner of the competition so many companies around the world entered. This wanted to be part of this process. You want through. You've got. The People here helped your no way. They tell us. What would you think was About your plans. That made them successful. What was the heart of your ideas? I think it's maybe our approach and we have this sort of mantra in the studio that we want to connect people to nature and we're also storytellers so we demonstrated how we might use these two approaches to redesign the square and in terms of nature. I think there's sort of nature garden skill but also what really excites architects is the different scales of nature. And more than ever we have these amazing tools digital tools allow us to seen to nature microscopically and aerial film footage so means we have a far greater understanding of nature and including the climate crisis where experiencing so as architects were actually excited about the era. We live in and the potential. Is that some of these problems present to us but the sort of moment to transform grosvenor square so the square is you're GonNa do lots of things we've touched on a little bit on your is a natural landscape bringing nature back into the city but as an Amina t- what kinds of things were you. Considering that is a place for play is a place for people to have lunch. How did you want to activate the space as it? Were like to think that there is a space everyone there I mean. I think the beauty of living in the cities that there's diversity you come next to someone who is very different to you so our experience from having designed many public room is that throughout the day. There's something for everyone so it should never feel like certain tribe is dominating and there should be some interest in the garden space. Let's there from grosvenor point of view we're hearing about storytelling and about community involvement. What did storytelling mean to you? When you were beginning to kind of judge will of the people who had entered the competition I mean it was very clear to us when we saw it kind of engaging with honoring Mike that the way they were approaching. The project was conceptually very unique. It was considering every element as a whole the ecology of the square as a system people's interaction with the square as part of that ecology. And I guess that really excited us the ability for us to look at all those different uses of the square and I guess those competing contrast that exist in how a public spaces used and how they could be reconciled in. The don't necessarily have to have either. You can have both and they might be in different areas or at different times or there's an opportunity to create an urban greenspace. That could be a new way of thinking about how these places operate. Just tell me again on the inside when you talk to communities around the scribe who wants to be involved again when something is being maybe not very successful but kind of private and a bit of a secret and when you begin to raise the idea that it should be a bigger public amenity. I'm talking about square. Which although embedded in May is a few hundred meters from artistry the throngs of their did that. Take some persuading in certain parts to say. Look we need shad is a bit more? I think we're at the very beginning of this price and I'm sure there you know the last thing we want to create is also tree in the middle of the square. But I think it is a big challenge and you talk to people in the community and I think everyone's very accepting of the idea of change because what's there is not good enough. You really have gross. Holly Hedge some trees of which about ninety percent of one species and this is not a biodiverse landscape. It doesn't facilitate different sorts of messing birds. Different animals or insects. And actually I think it's very easy to have that conversation about how a place should be better from an ecological perspective how you then balanced that with as you say the concerns that people understandably have about what has been a very quiet space becoming potentially much more densely populated is a real challenge and won the we all kind of at the beginning of a journey of understanding how to speak to those people and how to ensure that we don't negatively impact their experience and using about landscape. Just tell me what would be your Marcus for. Anna's project being success are we talking about on your side. You're going to be counting biodiversity. The how the actual kind of nature changes there. Yeah there's a number of things which are really affected. Greenspace can bring sissy so some environmental factors like lights management yet. Green Shade on hottest days mitigating pollution trees and trump's very very effective at creating a cleaner air zone. Also the way water hits the Square. You know is very persons at the moment. Is We have incessant. Rain really affected. Green spaces can absorb water percolated into the drains so those the more environmental elements it would also be fascinating to see the degree to which by diversity increases but also the degree to which people's happiness increases. The really effective greenspace is do improve people's well-being and potentially increase an approved physical health. You know suddenly if you've got an amazing route to work on foot which goes to Grosvenor Square Pepsi stopped taking the cab. All got on the underground you physically walked your sites and I know this is a a huge. An unintended consequences of the high line is former people. Walking to work now is a mixture of kind of qualitative aesthetic but also environmental things to I'd love to see improve. Outta those are some potential wins. The were saying that they can be kind of unintended consequences and good ones. But did you begin to think of that throughout your design process how you could make this a place? That was more navigable by people on foot. Did you wonder about how you team up with? Grosvenor and the council maybe to talk about the traffic and how it fits the nature of the square. How it fits into the whole neighborhood. Were you already thinking about these things in the beginning? Yeah absolutely I if a place is legible than it makes people connected to another place and in doing so you realize the distance from HP is actually quite short so you would end up walking rather than going on transport or taking a cab so legibility and character a sense of quality about the space that will attract people there even when they're not passing through so there's a reason to go there. There's some sort of Biden entity also for the local community. Really say this is our square. And it's a quintessential London square but vigor and it has more character of a park but it's uniquely it can only be in Grosvenor Square. And just tell me again. When you're you're making this park. We touched on the the notion of the climate is changing and the plant. We have and the way that we have to look after these things. Are you trying to create a space that is low on upkeep as well at the beginning because many of the parks and gardens we have in? London have had to change the nature or struggling because some as a drier and hotter and wind has more unpredictable. Did you think about all of this? In the whole process of designing the space we talked about sort of guardians rather than maintenance crew so part of the community that would come on board who would love to have a garden but also it's not just maintenance future proofing garden design. I mean as architecture you know we never foresaw.
Washington, DC - Woman hit by Metro in Rockville
"A woman was struck by a metro train on the red line in Rockville at the start of the morning rush hour technical rescue where they did remove a person from underneath the train is partially drained again an area just south of the lots of metro Montgomery county fire spokesman Pete Piringer says the woman didn't suffer traumatic injuries and was rushed to the hospital fire crews had to cut a hole in the fence to reach her no word yet on what she was doing on the tracks south of the Rockville station with the accident the redline went to single tracking for a time with some trains turning around at the Grosvenor station metro now says all trains have returned to normal operations
"grosvenor" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show
"But I think squeezed over like climbed over and I was really disoriented in the first person I saw in mcallen. We just haven't had a moment of just being complete. Okay. So my bath two story that said that the bonding moment with you in Kano because at this point listeners Canada is now the face of son Laurent, I've never had such positive feedback. What I posted that on my Instagram stores. I was at that event because after the event after the award you then all get in buses go across to and they are glorified buses, and you go across to the Dorchester. Now, you go to the Grosvenor the Grosvenor. Thank you, the growth in house hotel, you down into the ballroom, and you have supper, do, you know, why it's always at the Grosvenor? No those big events because it's the it's the biggest capacity for those sorts of. Okay. And we I'm sitting there. And as I said, it's boring is boring. I'm sorry. You are ogling celebrities. You cannot ever go up until true celebrity because it's just unthinkable because essentially, you're playing cool you are against of honor at their party, and it's a little bit like Cam because. Yeah, I'm the same can is every day. Yeah. And. It's can is very relaxed because there was an unspoken rule. You don't go up, and it's not funny. But also, you fatty as any as in fan girl, and I realize, but also you you've you've got this thing where you there them, your they think you're something to do with the film industry. So you just do this thing where you are literally walking around here to an inside inside your gang got Helen Mirren. Oh, my God, even mcallen. You don't. You saw rainy and just go. Yes. Helen in studio this absolutely. So you're pretending that you not impressed. You can't take pictures because nobody's taking mean sorta taking selfies of themselves not as but in the day, we're talking the year that you we year we're talking about you would never ever create your content of these things hard, so respectful. Anyway, I was with Hallo Hannah bet ditched me at this point. I don't there where you worse. You must have been on the same table. Yeah. I was young and Steve. And I was completing probably gonna go this liberty Hanna pet said to me back. I will boring. What are we going to do? And I said let's do truth over there. And she said, okay truthful there, and she said trace who in the room would you have sex with and I went oh, come on care new. He's here. He's amazing. I didn't even know he was then. Okay. And I said to her, and I can't remember who I sent genuine remember who I sent her over to. I said who true to you who's the biggest celebrity there? And of course, hers was some obscure Osco winning foreign writer because she's far too intellectual for me. And I was like. And she said, okay. The Gulf and taught Him. him. And I went Debbie ridiculous Gun Talk to him. Okay. Down to couple of champagnes is back in the day. When used to win went diagonally across the room. She was the one side of the room. I was diagnosed office at the Grosvenor ballroom. He was in the middle. And he was holding core. What he done in probably the one of the matrix movies. He was a hot item that year. Right. So he was holding call I'm five eleven and my shoes on six two. He's really tall similar age to me. I'm getting quite excess. She's on the other side of the room, and I see him, and we are heading shoulders above everybody else. And I start walking toward him. You can't walk that much with purpose because the room is absolute 'having, but I'm weaving in and out of people, and I can see over her show over his shoulder. I can see bent bets and she's going like gourmet metaphorically go. Whoa. Go back go back and I walked toward him because I'm so Tolan. He so I got to about fifty meters from him, and he was surrounded by a lot of people all sucking up to him, and he caught my eye, and we had this moment..
"grosvenor" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
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"grosvenor" Discussed on Breach
"As we finally get some answers because if anyone can help me figure out how my vote can be breached its them. If we're going to understand how our vote is vulnerable to hackers. We need to start at the beginning of this mess. Okay. Not that far back. We're not history podcast for our purposes. Let's go to the moment. Our votes, I touch technology, and I became so the voting mushy using can have been hacked fifteen years ago. So the game is already. So let's start from there. That's Hari her Hersi. You might remember him as one of our hacking experts in season one of breach. But notably he was one of the first people to hack voting machine. Like he said about fifteen years ago, they named it after him he hacked the memory card that went into the machine it was coined the her St. hack fifteen years ago. Fifteen years ago was two thousand three I remember Grosvenor illict Arnold Schwarzenegger. Governor for the goes to finding nemo and Columbia has been missing military action in Iraq, operation Iraqi freedom. So the president would have been Walker Bush has won Florida's twenty five electoral votes. The vice president right of George W Bush versus gore ads and cetera. We'll be automatic recount fifteen years ago. We were coming off the Bushby gore race and the recount and the hanging Chad. You know, when Hari said those machines could be hacked fifteen. Ago that wasn't a random number. He pulled out of the air. Most of the machines in voting precincts today are about to turn fifteen years old because they're the children of the help America vote act of two thousand two Kim Zetter, my journalist colleague is covered the sensibly. So a guess is the help America vote act was passed in two thousand and two by lawmakers in response to the Florida two thousand presidential race debacle. So they wanted to design legislation that would actually ban punch-card machines. But the federal government can't tell states how to run elections, but the federal government can give states ton of money in this case three point nine billion dollars to help states by new machines. But the one stipulation was they couldn't spend the money on buying punch-card machines. So naturally states wanted the money because the federal government had never offered them money before the message all counties heard was we have money we need to fix this hanging. Chad problem, let's get fancy touchscreen tech. And that created. Of security problems. And many of those exact machines are the same ones used to vote soon, the ones hurry already hacked. So this is old news. It's old news. If people suddenly pay attention to now because Russia interfered with our last election. It's so surprising to me that the federal government can't really do anything here that states just have the right to pick out whatever voting machines, they want and whatever voting processes they want, and this isn't like a right that they you know, are sort of laissez faire about the secretaries estate jealously guard their ability to run their own elections. So that's a here's Maggie McAlpine election security expert, one of the founding partners of Nordic innovation labs and the moderator at the Defcon event in DC. And again as jealous secretaries states are against the federal government. It can get down to the county and even township level on how jealously they fight their own secretaries of state on their recommendations. It is a bitter. We're talking about ten thousand different election entities with varying ideas of what security looks like and unlimited diverse threats coming from. A whole slew of different kinds of adversaries. Well, this is the US election who wouldn't want to attack the number of constituents impossible criminals list is literally endless domestic and foreign criminals. Activists, you know, people doing it for the lls, you know, like nation states. I mean, there's an endless list of people who have an interest in changing elections, and we're still treating it like it's like the local county fair in the one thing all these different voting systems have in common. They all touch software problem elections from beginning to end full of software. Software based systems are used almost every component of electric. This is professor map blaze..
"grosvenor" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Weather service has confirmed that a one hundred yard wide tornado appeared in south western Michigans. Berry county the weather service said Sunday in a release that a preliminary report shows the tornado was on the ground in Prairieville township for about two minutes. Saturday evening it had wind speeds up to seventy five miles per hour and traveled nearly a half mile minor damage. Was reported the Saginaw city council has agreed to development deal that will save an historic one hundred forty four year old mansion. From demolition the Saginaw news reports that the council voted last month to accept the agreement from Ann. Arbor builders the mansion will include community, meeting space a gift shop and office space and will provide historical information about, the city the present generation of a family that has operated ferries between the mainland and to Lake Michigan. Island Winds for more than. A century hopes to keep the job a while longer Michael Grosvenor and his sister Megan nuno's our fourth generation co owners of Manitou island transit which provides. Ferry services at sleeping bear dunes national lakeshore their contract with the National Park Service expires in a few months and. They hope to get a new one officials say a kayak ride on lake superior that ended in the deaths of four Wisconsin. Family members would have been difficult even for experienced paddlers Bob crewmen acre superintendent of the apostle islands. National League shore says it was a, sobering reminder of the vast nece, and danger of the great lake Wham.
"grosvenor" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"Now, if you standing next to Jason nor have you standing next to Jason, you have to, you have to be full on tigger enthusiasm or don't even bother are natural. I felt thoroughly told off. Well, okay. Well, that's very last time I was the last act I saw, let's chewed was meeker really? Yeah, Yeah. I been like my lingerie. I clap to lot because he was very good. Yeah. And he was he for a while he digs with just him in the piano didn't. He. Remember the details, but I clapped. I clapped so much that Jason would have approved. Okay. Fund it. Honestly, I haven't been told off for not clapping enough since I was at school. Is he lowering Lovie still? Do you think? He knows. He knows that when when when we were at school, I just thought he was so cool and he's part of his brain. That's still knows that he's still knows give me some sweets. We have an Email here doctors in last week show. Mark wondered idly if winning country people with unusual names, it'd be good to have a less normal name than say, Mark someone who has persevered with a strange name for too long. Can I just say an emphatic? No. Okay. Don't do it go. My name is bender Grosvenor and what Ben dispelled b. e. n. d. yeah. And while having such an odd name can be useful if you ever wanted to say to people, Google me rather than hand out of business card, which by the way I don't do because that'd be tragic mind vice after forty years being cooled bender is to revel in the normalcy of being a Mark or indeed assignment that way you can save yourself the bother of having to explain in my case that yes, your dad named you after a horse and no, I don't have any any idea why either things got slightly medicines. I go to PHD because Sam, how Dr Banda Grosvenor sounds like the sort of name and obscure academic ought to have, then you know all about the advantages of having PHD's. Well, some of us do. Thank you. Can I ask you a quick question how interesting always look for to the pocus hands down the best there is from Dr bender grove news, top artists in off the telly PS. He didn't say that. I said that is not rise PHD and top historian off the telly PS I don't think you do plugs, but my new BBC force here is buy me. Everyone's got one of Britain's lost. Masterpieces starts in August. Every program. I try and sneak in a movie reference usually with nylon, I, but so far nobody's notice them. So if you watch Britain's lost masterpieces with doctor bender Grosvenor look out for all the movie references and then get in touch technically with Nolan. I. Sagen technically with Nolan, I. Anyway, the which, which actually makes a nonsense of the name of Richard E grant's book which is called with nails, but is is pronounced. So let's not get none of. I'm just saying that's how it's pronounced. Why don't if you want a new name? Yeah. Why didn't you call yourself Ben, Ben Dor sour butts. Yeah. I mean, that's bender soundbites. We'll be fun, but why Why once her. her week anyway wants something that you'll cruise name? No. But what I want is I want something that's got a bit of. You know, like I said, the undesired go unnoticed we could Nimrod. Yes, humanism road. And that sounds really, I want something like that. I want something that that sounds well, why don't you be Dr? Ben Ben Desalegn butts? Yes. Your cruise name. I'll be paid from Germany and you could be alright fund benders, ration- of the cruise. You can have that on your little. Okay. Name textile. Just one more thing before the show kicks off. Kickoff. Yeah, but we have Bonnie who's thirteen years? Ten months and thirty days inside. It's around one year since I joined the church. Not sure if this makes me excuse me. An ST l. an MTA l. or an LTL, but now understand most of the jokes been attempting to convert my family to your chest regard long time now to no avail. If you were to give up and celebrate just to celebrate my one year anniversary, which certainly convert them to your church and they would see the benefits of listening to your Witter ings but will become bored of Mark's Xs compensation, probably well, that comes to most people make sure to send some vegan marshmallows down to adolescents alcove from me..
"grosvenor" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"Man all right so while people coming here to have their babies but the president is not going to the uk correze obey was the first foreign dignitary to visit uh president trump after he was elected last year and see invited him to come over to the united kingdom and he said great we'll set that whole thing up while now he says he sent out a tweet saying i'm cancelling mike if the london not that i'm not a big fan of the obama administration heavy soul perhaps the best located and find his embassy in london for peanuts only to build a new one in an off location for one point two billion bad deal wanted me to cut ribbon no oh he didn't want to go because there was going to be a bunch of protests let's listen this is the guy it wasn't an obama administration deal this is the former ambassador to the uk under george w bush explains the origins of the new embassy in london i went to london in two thousand middle of two thousand five well aware that the grosvenor score location where we currently are had two problems with desperately in need of overhaul and too narrow sidestreets go on the side of the embassy and we quickly determine that if a truck pulled up all all the oklahoma city bombing not only would kill hundreds in the embassy by hundreds of the london residence we also quickly determine that grosvenor square could not be rehab so there was a building right neck to the embassy that the.
"grosvenor" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Studi december thin mount sassoli and melt raymond are to fairly unremarkable peaks in the grosvenor mountains of antarctica but something remarkable litters the ice at their bases rocks from outer space in fact a team of scientists will be spending the next couple of months there gathering up the meteorites for later study at the same time another group will be looking for meteorites on an icefield a few hundred miles away the scientists are part of an smacked the antarctic searched for meteorites it's been sending teams to the antarctic for more than forty years they've gathered more than twenty two thousand meteorites most are chips off the surfaces of asteroids but many are pieces of the moon and the planet mars antarctica is a good site to hunt for these rogge for a couple of reasons first out on the open is there very few earth rocks that means there's a good chance that any rock sitting on the surface came from space and second the basis of mountains can expose meteorites that have been on earth for a long time as glaciers flow toward the edge of the continent they ram into mountain ranges layers of ice that have been buried for thousands of years can be pushed to the surface strong dry wins vaporize much of the ice exposing rocks that have been entombed in the ice including a high concentration of meteorites in fact that's what makes the grosvenor mountains a good spot for hunting for rocks from beyond earth more about the.
"grosvenor" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"The remains in euros in may on them at dav rooms than as you guys look what you need to do quite whom feed to exceed flame he do which richard fanny what's humanly hill but he'll meet do what's it from me to look what should just maimi did kids made me d the oddson of by the way i picked the meaning of good and i was so wrong about that the other day oh really booed because that's one of the flavors or at least types of kent not later no kardashians fume line it's one of the sense of give graduations perfumes ganja booed gardini its own huge d uhhuh and it's not german at all it's a french now it's hit land it's pig la no no no delay it's like it's danish swedish north ah you guys if i time of would mahogony can i ask you guys know were is czechoslovakian birch which is now just slovakian thank you know it's also from ferc link yang learning while learned about stalactites and stalagmites soon and he would czech republic well i would tell you something about issues like my remnants asia yes id it comes from the would've the southeast southeast asian agri loria tree on there and they make a musical instrument there's that's the musical instrument it oh and he adds otherwise its in the middle east they take their you'd very seriously okay because that is the fragrance so that is what kim crashing booed perfume is coming from god is not german boom lau ch which i thought it was okay thank you um another fun fact bob ross his son bob ross the painter from like the 70s is also a painter and he had awesome here i think he essentially they've dead oh yeah i think he's a little bit older than the pictures you were looking at and we did find a video of what's his name steve steve steve waugh's social was okay let me just a touch of that'll israel grosvenor rooms with a little bit a slow too much arrigo sounds like our steve s g we drop in a few little cloudy shapes dr putin real light touch and a lot of pain on the brush.
"grosvenor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A quick look at other commodities wti crude down by a tenth front said fifty two dollars twelve and still in the shanghai fishing is off by tickets at aluminum that higher by almost one to set that's the critique of markets let's get it over to global news and san francisco now that attacks our juliette thank you china south korea working on a joint statement to announce a deal on thad tensions chosun report says china is demanding an agreement for the apec summit can take place kim jongun sensus congratulations to china's president she on a success at the party congress same comes from us president trump north korea's ambassador to the un is asked the un security council to discuss their joint south korea us training missions calling them uh preparation for nuclear war with his country prime minister singapore lease says the credibility of the united states moving forward it's been damaged by its pulling out of the tpp wilbur has been sued by three latina engineers to claim the company pays women and people of color less than their peers and does not promote them as frequently as males whites and asians global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries in san francisco i'm ed baxter this is bloomberg doug many thanks had fifty past the hour here on daybreak asia you know a recent report from united nations concluded that by 2050 seventy percent seventy percent of the world's population will live in in cities so with that in mind what should we consider when deciding cities of the future we're joined now by tim jowitt he is director of research for asia at grosvenor joining us from our studios in hong kong tim pleasure heavy on the program thanks for having me so is this kind of a collection of architects that you surveyed in coming up with conclusions about how to approach sustainability or is it more sciencebased at this point interestingly are i'll research was with uh with residents here in hong kong looking at community knees and community desires for what they wanted to see in there that communities i think caf is increasingly important that developers and government engage with residents in the neighborhood and.
"grosvenor" Discussed on News Talk 1490
"Thirdly just just good morning bishop how are you no good or cure you're well we has evolved rows with oh grosvenor square israel did or is really driving me crazy uh the new book sore bill your vision from the ground up he is excited about it to release them story were but become your super but uh underway because it's a good open work at all through some come through with entrepreneurship and people with the way forward and let me comment man over time america productively of were really don't give up over three to about the wannacry open through we can talk about is going into boosted earned yourself to sort my word on jobs colbert but may not be covering burt what's the most important step you need to make bishop in order to get started to soar i picked the researcher products were were aboard will uh understood that looked at my a robert costa wctc quiet the trevor reach oh start for the people who go into business group because it before but get so buddy i'll go out of business eighty percent of the top of people go into business because they have also knew will help people were burgers that's a google servers a bit of typical are far more successful so it's just about what you be to get out of the purpose of just what the community could get.
"grosvenor" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"And gary mcnamara they're just tune in right now we did start the show on on on tax reform really not much to say because it's basically a framework and as we said that you know just like health care what it is right now what it might be even three weeks from now we have no idea whether it would even be close to the say in a lot of people jumped it i mean olga grosvenor norquist you know the the famous i forgot the organization that he is in the tax harmonization said it's a great pro growth a tax plan and it may be in the framework but this devils in the details and so many the details are not known we have no idea what the income parameters are yet for the did the individual rates which are which are huge huge to begin with and then it gets down to what will the final bill say when it comes to itemising deductions what deductions will you be able to take and which will you not and can the president and the gop get to twenty percent or will it be a twenty five or thirty percent corporate tax rate of actually we just have no idea we have no idea because this has to go through and actually become a bill in congress with all the specifics that could take a it could take we're almost at the beginning of october could take till thanksgiving and then the by the time they get through the debating everything else would be in december and then the senate would have to take it who knows how long it would take the senate remember healthcare we were try and they're going to try to accelerate when what said bent four or five months so you know they've talked about making it retroactive but it all depends again on what is the devil's always in the details as we've said it's great to sit there and promote to repeal obamacare and everybody screams repeal obamacare until you attempt actually repeal it and then you find out the majority of people really don't wanna repeal oba on the care and.
"grosvenor" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"I'm tracy mccray tracy a small percentage of ovarian cancers are caused by an inherited gene mutation two genes known to increase the risk of ovarian cancer are called breast cancer gene one brakha one and breast cancer gene tube racket to these genes were originally identified in families with multiple cases of breast cancer which is how they got their names brakha one brek a too but women with these mutations are also thirty times more likely to get ovarian cancer than other way women were back talking with on colleges talk to carry lang strat and with jamie grosvenor who lost her sister to ovarian cancer in two thousand and fourteen so jimmy tell us about the process your sister was then tested and she is a carrier of one of those jeans and and they were too um so her tissue samples worse sent away after her first initial surgery to test for any type of genetic mutations and they came back negative and we were told that her cancer could have van environmental and if there is any other tissue samples that they could give later on to send again and look for that later on she was tested and during other tests colonoscopy at was they sent some of her tissue which also came back negative and prior to her passing away there was another option where her tissue assent again to a third facility actually and that's when it was diagnosed that she was a brek a carrier so you're saying the debt when she had the first two biopsies including the surgery to remove her over asian uterus that they did detect the brakha gene none was attacked in at that time that i'll give ya how can that shop later on dr shut as technology changes they spend.
"grosvenor" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Low down the fifty two monday memorial day mostly cloudy and cooler again with rain at times mainly during the afternoon i just fifty six by the way right now here dc studios it's fifty five degrees monday night rain and drizzle tapering off with areas of fog through the night low down sixty two on tuesday clouds and some sun high sixty three am wednesday warmer with a mix of clouds and sun as sharon spots in the afternoon high seventy two degrees sixty one franklin sixty six and beverly fifty four watertown our neighbor and sixty one and metaphor sickness i told you before it's sixty five degrees here busy and as gut larry back in touch this rotten in that brings larry back and larry i'm sorry i had to stop the cbs news comes in exactly at that time and i i timing tide waits for no man i had to take it and uh the the last two in the background is dr grosvenor grosvenor am i talking about opioids now you can continue your conversation i am thrilled that i was able to make you laugh but but here's here's my concern is that uh until recently i never took opioids with the exception of when i had heart surgery but i had a broader whose five.