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"ireland england" Discussed on Coffee And A Book

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"ireland england" Discussed on Coffee And A Book

"And we can say. I believe in the resurrection the body but if by our actions we show that this is really something important then. Our kids are six kids in our nineteen grandkids. And oliver godchildren as well are not just going to hear it or read it. They're going to see it and again like a wedding or a birth a funeral be an opportunity for people to recognize the free offer of divine life. It's free. it's not cheap. But jesus paid the price and so we can really appropriate that and enter into a joy that will survive any pandemic and you know whatever hour of death brings to us truly a fascinating book. Dr han work. Can they check out the book and your other work. Well william thank you for that i. I must admit it was a super of a book. As i mentioned at the top of our time together. I never saw this coming. But now i can see clearly. How closely tied is to an earlier book. I wrote called the lamb supper. The masses heaven on earth which also looked at the eucharist and the resurrection and the the mass. But you can get this where you can basically find all my other stuff. And that is the apostle that kimberlin i founded about twenty years ago called the saint pulse center. So if you go to st saint paul center dot com. You can find a copy. And i know that amazon been running out periodically so we'll keep you supplied and it's been a lot of fun to see how this book has gone far and wide and through things like skype. I've been able to share this with people in india slovakia australia ireland england on monday and canada in a way that my credit card and my own personal schedule could never have afforded so thank god for this technology and thank god to for what you're doing in defending the faith and a and getting so many guests besides me on this to show people how to how to proclaim the faith and defended as well. You gotta keep up the great work william. Thank you sarah in. Your work is a big reason. Why i'm here so it's to honor for me to say thank you for your for your work. That's that's my wife. My wife Anyways guys check out the book. It's a fantastic book. It's fascinating and dr hans. Thank you for the time. That on out here on a friday to talk with me about it. So god bless you. God bless you to all of those who are gonna watch and listen thanksgiving.

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Brexit - latest news and updates on votes about EU deal

Bloomberg Daybreak

04:02 min | 1 year ago

Brexit - latest news and updates on votes about EU deal

"You know U. K. prime minister Boris Johnsons been left hanging as the E. U. failed to agree on a deadline extension for brexit ambassadors agreed they should accept the British prime minister's request for more time they just couldn't settle on how long he should get let's learn more about this from Bloomberg opinion column Nestor as Rafael joining us now from our London bureau thanks so much for taking the time with us this morning prime minister Johnson won the backing in parliament for the agreement but the timing of all of the still up in the air how does this cloud the outlook not just for markets but for everything else I think it clouds it considerably because the agreement the Johnson got in parliament Tuesday night wasn't wasn't an agreement for his deal as it currently stands it was an agreement in principle to send it to the next stage in which there would be extensive parliamentary scrutiny possibly some amendments that would change it substantially to Johnson knows that to continue through with that process is is risking the deal either getting bogged down getting turned down in the final vote or getting amended beyond all recognition that he probably like the E. you to come back and a lot only a short extension as McCall is sort of of the French president is kind of hinting that he would like in November fifteen date of birth he was very wary of making a decision that would be seen to be interfering with Britain's political process of trying to work out what kind of brexit it wants so I I think most of the betting right now is that the E. you will do this sort of neutral thing and come back with a January thirty first deadline but that either doesn't rule out the possibility that it will try to say offer kind of staged extension on early deadline followed by a later one or do something like that will probably note on Friday when when there is a another meeting of U. ambassadors and in the mean time both Johnson and the opposition labor party need to decide how they will handle any extension I guess I get that we are dealing with less data than we would like to be dealing with when it comes to a decision like this I might my question though is what has the bigger benefit for the U. K. a tight deadline that the French have been pushing for or that months long extension yeah I mean I think that that's a good a good question my view is that the U. K. and needs to scrutiny over this deal it is incredibly complex deal the implementing legislation is full of details that will impact our hold of Britain's relationship with Europe but also the relationship with in Britain between England in Northern Ireland England Scotland Wales and Northern Ireland how the border works how financial transfers to the E. U. work and that deserves a lot of scrutiny so one way or the other that needs to be raked over in parliamentary committees in in the full house and that won't happen immediately if we go straight to new elections which seems to be what many in Johnson's camp want so you know I think this does have to be a decision that's taken within parliament and between the the two main parties rather than the E. U. but how do you decide well obviously impacted and very briefly we only have about a minute left but the flip side of that of course is let's say they do go for that longer extension which would be better for them to factor in all the different data that will be accumulating at the same time that creates even more global uncertainty it does create uncertainty because if Johnson were to win an election in say December and get a parliamentary majority as many project then we've got the likelihood that his deal passes parliament we get brexit shortly after maybe January thirty first and they move on to the next to go she Asians which by the way are the real kind of you know the result brexit saga begins with those negotiations it's not over yet even with even with an election even with the Johnson

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Boris Johnson's plans for Irish border checks threaten Brexit talks

BBC Newshour

08:06 min | 1 year ago

Boris Johnson's plans for Irish border checks threaten Brexit talks

"Rex it now and the British prime minister Boris Johnson says the reality of brexit is that they will need to be customs checks on the island of Ireland after the U. K. these youth and Mister Johnson denies reports that the UK's proposing a series of posts close to the Irish border to carry out customs checks off the brexit the key issue of avoiding a return of a physical infrastructure on the border between the Republic of Ireland which is an E. U. member state and Northern Ireland which will leave the E. U. has its positive the U. K. is the issue that has vexed this country for months question by the BBC's Nick Robinson today the prime minister dismissed some of the reports about a possible hold border in Ireland yesterday at the suggested that there would be a string of border use not only are rich bold but not fall back are you saying that simply isn't true yes that's not what we're proposing a tool you can say. people who think there will be a whole a bold and just a few miles away from the apps in old absolutely you know and then there were very good reasons why that would not be a good idea and I think everybody who's familiar with the situation in in it are the norm now then comes time why we would would pay for but for for for for practical reasons and and also you know for for reasons of sentiment that we typically take the on the star wedding continued questioning about border posts on the Irish border the prime minister said there must be some checks so Minh autumn say there should be no checks anywhere on the island via the net they call the holding of the border they say it will begin to principles Good Friday agreement people say forget made the call to be check somewhere if we're going to be in a different economic arrangements well I'm with the second group Nick because that's just the reality and I think that what we're coming up to now is as it were the critical moment of choice for us as friends and partners apart how we proceed because in the end a sovereign United country must have a single customs territory and when the U. K. withdrawals from the E. U. that must be the state of affairs that we haven't but there are plenty of ways in which we can facilitate north south trade plenty ways which we can address the problem. the U. K. prime minister Boris Johnson speaking to my colleague Nick Robinson what a short time ago I spoke too much talk about Ron who is the managing director of the Eurasia group in Europe it's a political risk research and consulting firm only the U. K. site there is a a suggestion view the details have been leaked all redundant because they come from an old paper from a couple of weeks ago and actually the government is fully committed to also kinda border US possible not a string of customs controls and not actually more detail around these proposals is going to be forthcoming over the course of the next few days so distancing frankly the government's position from the details I will be yesterday now on the European side I think frankly the suggestions the details from yesterday have gone down very badly the Irish government is if if you thought these are essentially equivalent to the kinda plans they would be to implement in a no deal scenario so the idea that the Irish prime minister could sell these in a deal scenario is is friendly politically announced officer in Dublin and then of course the role of the questions and concerns the east side has been talking about for a very long time what's the border fully open that call be controls on the island the filing and all those problems remain so I think the two sides of very far pulse at the moment when you say that the U. K. is distancing itself from what has been leaked is there any suggestion that the leaks form the basis of what the UK government is actually thinking yes they do I think the starting position for the UK government now different to Theresa may is stop brexit create consequences and changes on the island of Ireland not least the return of the border. and what the government is trying to do with its proposal is to soften the border dot will necessarily return is a result of brexit to reason may and had to go she ate all the rope it's had a very different approach in December two thousand and seventeen they committed to essentially no change on the island lies in full status quo and the way they deliver thought was obviously through this box stopping the backstop is is the vehicle that delivers both regulate realignment but also a single customs territory. Johnson now once the U. K. to be in a single customs territory Northern Ireland England Scotland Wales and believe that is absolutely essential for state sovereignty for the U. K. after brexit but obviously creates a north south border albeit one not softened so so the acknowledgement on the pulse of the U. K. government on the Boris Johnson that they will need to be customs checks what is it that we are specifically talking about all the differences in terms of the kinds of goods that are being looked at is agriculture being seen as separate from manufacturing goods actually what's new about the leaks yesterday's more details about how the government believes the border will operate in a world where Boris Johnson delivers an agreement and ultimately a long term vision and the vision of brexit bodies I can tweak how the distal free trade agreement in that unit how does the Irish border operates and the U. K. believes that will need to be controls on either side of the border that regulate power it's not regulate things like rules of origin that there will be a degree of regulate tree equivalent. the European side has many problems with this I think firstly from that perspective you cannot separate how regulations and customs everything on the European side stall and works on the basis of its customs framework so in order for that to be any trade with the E. U. thank you I need to engage with the E. U. customs framework a second big problem is awful the government's proposals to work is very dependent on a lots of exemptions and it's not Claire the easier side is willing to make those exemptions third big problem is it relies on technology in the U. side but very clear about the kind of technology the government is talking about is not going to be ready until the medium term so this gives you a flavor of some of the ideas that are a problem for the ears site based on what the government's currently proposing and in terms of the bigger picture all of approaches and asks you choose we know that the E. U. side to saying that they're willing to continue to talk. since the patience is running thin that if you if you want to start from a base of zero and build something completely new there's very little time to do that I think really now the next few days absolutely critical to the government's plans involving away thought dork feels it can engage in it so I think what we'll see from both sides is this idea of a tunnel when negotiators are such begin a lock themselves away and trying to hammer out a legal text the ultimately results in a deal among European heads of state in a few weeks time at this October European Council so the next few days will give us a sense of whether a tunnel is a realistic possibility or not if it is in the terms of the deal in October increase but I think in order for it to happen Boris Johnson is going to have to be you pretty much fully towards the E. U. position which essentially means keeping all them island in the U. customs territory I think that's difficult for Boris to do. it was a much Tabarrok mon managing director for the Eurasia Group in

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"ireland england" Discussed on Cultivating Place

Cultivating Place

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"ireland england" Discussed on Cultivating Place

"About just trying to understand these different perspectives in how to bridge gaps while I'm there. There's also a because it's thirteen fellowship. There is an eight week period where you are assigned to a garden outside of the country three and I think the countries are France Ireland England New Zealand Singapore and I think Canada Mexico. I'm not sure we'll end up yet but that international component is like huge from 'cause. I've never worked overseas the traveled overseas so that it has everything to me yeah so when you think about the well first of all this what kinds of horticultural curriculum do you have their <hes> or or is it pretty much primarily <hes> that they assume you to have a pretty strong horticultural background and they are going to mostly focus on leadership and administrative kind of skills death correct so coming in they pretty much. No you have strong horticultural background having they have checked it out like C._S._i.. Level Check Joe background so they know where you stand and there are some people that I work with that have worked with boards but may they don't have have the plane experience so let me not say all the fellows are and I'm saying this again air quotes like plant experts. Some of them may have worked more on administrative side and they are there may be to get more a botanical input. I mean as for me definitely. Definitely the leadership of <unk> administrative part because working in public service for the city of Atlanta in the city of Houston is far different than working at a private garden in a leash capacity where you're dealing with donors and you know a board of directors <hes> and also so I am there to understand one of the things that idea request was to be matched with a mentor because I love that long would display guard and I'm very interested in how all of their desire is tell a story. They're not just like Crepe Myrtle Laura Pedalo Leo let's get it done. It's really like these three people. I'm sorry these three cactuses represent the three children in this you know stone path represents a river so there I love the storytelling aspect and that is what I wanted to learn <hes> while I was in their <hes> as a fellow along with the leadership right and how many students are there in each cohort each year so there are well this year they're six become the one that is the class last twenty nineteen. What Eleanor's in there are five of them so it's myself <hes> ninette rates out of England <hes> Barbara WHO's out a New Zealand dares mayland plumber at North Carolina? There's Becky out of North Carolina innovators me out of Georgia yeah and I did notice that they're both last year and this year's cohort are all women. Would you think about that. I noticed that to <hes> we they did so we went for the interview there were ten of us and we did a group interview in honestly in that moment are already felt like I was already my associates wildest dreams too you know come from great grandparents that were sharecroppers to being like like at the seat of the table at Longwood interviewing at one regardless of what happened so I will say that the gentlemen <hes> the interview me were phenomenal as Worthy Women <hes> I you know I I don't know what what about the I. I think that women are the future reporter culture. We have a voice. I think that it's exciting that it's all women because my career for the most part has always been working with men in Atlanta Yeah did have a staff staffed half black women on it but the rest of the twenty people were all meant so that is very new for me to be such in such a a a female focused environment and that's pretty exciting. I just think speaks to the fact that you know we care about horticulture. We're excited and we want to claim our rightful place at the leadership table. Yeah we deserve it. Abra Lee is a black female horticulturalist throughout her career to date in the field of public horticulture as an extension agent as a city arborist as the landscape and horticulture manager and lead at the Atlanta International Airport. She has seen how gardens and landscapes can be places of exclusion Asian for many places of white privilege in often male white privilege especially at the top levels of management as she continues in her own.

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"ireland england" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

09:06 min | 2 years ago

"ireland england" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"One eight seven seven zero C D is so we're being told this by Yahoo lifestyle. That woman was told she was true young to get a Pap smear. Well, she ends up being diagnosed with cervical cancer. And this is something that I have been very fearful of since the ACA and all the kind of pushes to do less medicine because I get I get it. We got a decrease costs. But when you tell fourteen fifteen year olds. Right. Now. Now, I don't care for sexually active. You wait until you're twenty one to get a Pap smear. A lot can happen between the ages of fourteen and twenty one. Now, this particular case, it's a little different Heather Ryan is from Ireland. And she took the social media to write a better experience because she was diagnosed with cervical cancer at the age of twenty four now, it's a little different in Ireland than it is here. But she's eligible for free Pap smears at the age of twenty five and Ireland. So even the we do twenty one. In Ireland is twenty five it's free. Pap smears a free. But you gotta wait for it. So she says because I was twenty four I was not entitled to a free smear and the early cell changes in my cervix were not picked up. She said she started bleeding between periods of bleeding after sex. I want to see my GP. She said I was told to come back when I was twenty five four as Pap smear. I thought that's fine. Never in my wildest dreams. Did I think I'll cancer? Within three months, the bleeding had become worse, and she starts becoming anemic losing blood. So she returned to her GPA, and then was referring to a gynecologist biopsies were taken. And then she was referred to a gynecologist, oncology specialists or a gynecological cancer specialists. And then she was brought into the room, you know, the room where people get bad news. There's a box of tissues on the table. Heather knew what was coming. I was sure enough. She was told she had cervical cancer. They said she said I needed an MRI to see if the cancer had spread for my cervix, usually we do a CT, but you know. The results would decide what she even I needed. Now. Fortunately, the cancer was confined to the cervix surgery was able to remove it four weeks after being told on cancer. It was gone. She said I was so lucky to have a cottage time now an Ireland cervical check provides free Pap smears for women who are twenty five years old, sixty in Australia. This cervical screening tests that they now do as replace the older Pap smear. It feels the same as a Pap test protests for the human papillomavirus. That's according to the National Cancer cervical screening program. So HP has the virus that is most indicated in cervical cancer. And so when we screen for that as well, we then no if you're at high risk now, they say for most women as twenty five to seventy four your for cervical cancer test is due to years after fat last peps test after that you will only to have the test every five years if you're result is normal. So in America, we wait to twenty one. Not necessarily doing the HP test when you're thirty. That's when we start to recommend more having HP tests done. Now, why why all this delay? Well, one thing they're finding with younger women is even if you're younger, and you get exposed to the HP virus, you usually are able to kind of fight it. Now, this is something we haven't talked about on the show. We don't really talk about a lot. But we need to HP is responsible for rectal cancer, penile cancer, cervical cancer throat cancer. Now, let's look at throat cancer. Okay. So guys are picking up HP and they're getting throat cancer. But we're not seen fifteen year olds or twenty five year olds get throat cancer. We're seeing throw cancer when you're older. So same thing with HP. They're like, well, you know, if you're fifteen sixteen years old HP usually goes away for when you're older like if you're over thirty you're more prone to cancer. So you start to kind of wonder is HP. More of an opportunist. Opportunistic type of virus where it will affect you. The older you are now mind, you we still have a lot of young women that are several eleven thousand women die year of cervical cancer. I need to double check the the statistic. So cervical cancer. Still does kill. Cervical cancer is very is. It could be very brutal. It can hide you know, you have some bleeding after sex. Well, a lot of women have some bleeding after sex. Maybe if it's right before their period, or if they have more of an Endo surveys were more of the juicier vessel type part of the cervix is out as opposed to the echo cervix, which is the drier parts. So if sex does enable that, you know, cost them hitting of the area you'll bleed a little bit so some women plead after sex. I tell women any blood after sex any blood. We gotta make sure cervical cancer until proven otherwise we have to screen that we have to we have to rule that out. So to me, no bleeding after Sex's normal just like, no bleeding with poopie this normal. You have any blood? What's your proof that needs to be evaluated down today? But it's only hemorrhoids. I don't care if it's only hemorrhoids. Why do you have the hamburger? Why are you pushing and making a hemorrhoids is it? Because you have a mass. There. I need to know that there's no tumors. And then I could say all right. It's just the head right saving with cervical cancer. I need to make sure that the no cervical cancer before I say, okay. Well, that bleeding is is just well because the sex was rough or whatever. But so here's my issue. We look at Ireland England Canada. We we look at a lot of these countries are socialized medicine and in America. We have a huge huge push for socialized medicine. I particularly don't want it. I don't want socialized medicine. There's a huge push for that. So we may get it. Right. Depend on the next few administrations. We may go all socialized that that may happen. What are you getting for that? You'll get you'll get free medical care. Is it really free? Are you tax is going to go up? How much you're gonna pay? And then is it really medical care. If a woman has to wait now until she's twenty five and she's been sexually active since she was fourteen. There's a lot that happens in that nine years. Now, what I mentioned to you guys is, you know, even if we do go to a Medicare for all or Medicaid for all or public option or free medical care, whatever you better put some money aside where you could go to an outside doctor and get some care outside meaning outside the socialistic health system. So you could pay and get something done. So usually what these screens they're free if you're healthy. But if you have any medical problems, we're going to screen for you sooner so five young girl who's bleed heavy pelvic pain. I'm gonna do her Pap smear early. She have to pay for it. It may not be covered. It may not be the freebie things. She gets on ObamaCare. You know, because you have something wrong because I'm not doing it and doing it earlier than when she needs it. But if you have symptoms your doctor will evaluate you you have to ask, and you may have to pay so be prepared that as we go towards the socialized system that you know, there's going to be that push where. Okay. Well, you get this. You get this. And that's all you get like mammograms. Okay. You know, many of us will get free mammograms, but those are screening mammograms. What have we need the diagnostic? What if we need the thicker more deeper what if we need an ultrasound? What if we need a number? Thermometer fear or something like that. You know, what what if we need something deeper? You're gonna have to pay for that yourself. So be prepared and have some money put aside. But the four you guys all vote, and, you know, petition and protests, and, you know, move to get us all on a socialized plan, you might wanna stop and look at what's going on with these other countries and go is this going to actually cost me? More money will your taxes are going to go up. And then if you want anything besides the crappy plan, you're gonna have to pay out of pocket..

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"ireland england" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

09:12 min | 2 years ago

"ireland england" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Seven Dali one eight hundred seventy oh C D A L is. So we're being told this by Yahoo lifestyle that a woman was told she was true young to get a Pap smear. Well, she ends up being diagnosed with cervical cancer. And this is something that I have been very fearful of since the ACA and all the kind of pushes to do less medicine because I get it. I get it. We got a decrease costs. But when you tell fourteen fifteen year olds. Right. Now now now, I don't care for sexually active. You wait until you're twenty one to get a Pap smear. A lot can happen between the ages of fourteen twenty one. Now, I'm this particular case, it's a little different. Heather Ryan is from Ireland. And she took the social media to write about her experience. Because she was diagnosed with shrivel cancer at the age of twenty four. Now, it's a little different in Ireland than it is here. But she's eligible for free Pap smears at the age of twenty five in Ireland. So even the we do twenty one. In Ireland is twenty five it's free. Pap smears a free. But you gotta wait for it. So she says because I was twenty four I was not entitled to a free smear and the early cell changes in my cervix were not picked up. She said she started bleeding between periods and bleeding after sex. I went to see my GP. She said I was told to come back when I was twenty five for as Pap smear. I thought that's fine. Never in my wildest dreams. Did I think I had cancer within three months, the bleeding had become worse, and she starts becoming losing blood. So she returned to her GPA, and then was referring to a gynecologist biopsies were taken. And then she was referred to a gynecologist, oncology specialists or a gynecological cancer specialists. And then she was brought into the room, you know, the room where people get bad news. There's a box of tissues on the table. Heather knew what was coming. I was sure enough. She was told she had cervical cancer. They said she said, I need an MRI to see if the cancer spread from my cervix, usually we do a t. But you know, sometimes we'll do right? The result would decide what I needed now. Fortunately, the cancer was confined to the cervix surgery was able to remove it four weeks after being told on cancer. It was gone. She said I was so lucky to have a cottage time now an Ireland cervical check provides free Pap smears for women or twenty five years old to sixty. In australia. This cervical screening tests that they now do as replace the older Pap smear. It feels the same as a Pap test protests for the human papillomavirus. That's according to the National Cancer cervical screening program. So HP is the virus that is most indicated in cervical cancer. And so when we screen for that as well, we then no if you're at high risk now, they say for most women age twenty five to seventy four year for cervical cancer test is due. Cheers after fat last peps test after that, you will only to have the test every five years if your result is normal. So in America, we wait to twenty one. Not necessarily doing the HP test when you're thirty. That's when we start to recommend more having HP tests done. Now, why why all this delay? Well, one thing they're finding with younger women is even if you're younger, and you get exposed to the HPV virus, you usually are able to kind of fight it. Now, this is something we haven't talked about on the show. We don't really talk about a lot. But we need to HPV is responsible for rectal cancer, penile cancer, cervical cancer throat cancer. Now, let's look at throat cancer. Okay. So guys are picking up HPV and they're getting throat cancer. But we're not seen fifteen year olds or twenty five year olds get throat cancer. We're seeing throat cancer when you're older. So same thing with HP. They're like, well, you know, if you're fifteen sixteen years old each give it usually goes away for when you're older like if you're over thirty you're more prone to cancer. So you start to kind of wonder is HP more of an opportunist titan, opportunistic type of virus where it will affect you. The older you are now mind we still have a lot of young women. That are Portuguese several. Here's what I think eleven thousand women die year of cervical cancer need to double check the the statistic. So several are still does kill. Cervical cancer is very is very brutal. It can hide you know, you have some bleeding after sex while a lot of women have some enough to sex. Maybe if it's right for their period. Or if they have more of an Endo surveys were more of the juicier vessel type part of the cervix is out as opposed to the echo cervix, which is the drier part. So if sex does enable that cost them hitting of the area you'll bleed a little bit. So some women fleet after sex. I tell women any blood after sex, Eddie blood. We gotta make cervical cancer until proven otherwise we have to screen that we have to we have to rule that out. So to me, no bleeding after is normal. Just like no bleeding with poopie is normal. You have any blood with your poop that needs to be evaluated down die. But it's only hemorrhoids. I don't care if it's only hemorrhoids. Why do you have hemorrhoids? Why are you pushing and make an hemorrhoids is it? Because you have a massive. There. I need to know that there's no tumors. And then I could say I it's just the hemorrhoids saving cervical cancer. I need to make sure that the no cervical cancer before I say, okay. Well, that bleeding is is just well because the sex was rough or whatever. But so here's my issue. We'll look at Ireland England Canada. We look a lot of these countries are socialized medicine and in America. We have a huge huge push for socialized medicine. I particularly don't want it. I don't want socialized medicine. There's a huge push for that. So we may get it right depending on the next few administrations. We may go all socialized that may happen. But what are you getting for that? You'll get you'll get free medical care. Is a really free. Are you going to go up? How much you're gonna pay? And then is it really medical care. If a woman has to wait now until she's twenty five and she's been sexually active since she was fourteen. There is a lot that happens in that nine years. Now, what I mentioned to you guys is, you know, even if we do go to a Medicare for all or Medicaid for all or public option or free medical care, whatever you better put some money aside where you could go to an outside doctor and get some care outside outside the socialistic health system. So you could pay and get something done. So, you know, usually what these screens they're free if you're healthy. But if you have any medical problems, we're going to screen for you sooner so five young girl, who's bleeding heavy pelvic pain. I'm gonna do Pap smear early. She may have to pay for it. It may not be covered. It may not be the freebie things. She gets on ObamaCare. You know, because you have something wrong because I'm not doing it and doing it earlier than when she needs it. But if you have symptoms your doctor will evaluate you. You have to ask and you may have to pay. So be prepared that as we go towards the socialized system that you know, there's going to be that push where. Okay. Well, you get this. You get this. And that's all you get like mammograms. Okay. You know? Many of us will get free mammograms, but those are screening mammograms. What have we need the diagnostic? What if we need the thicker more deeper what if we need an ultrasound? What if we need a thermometer or something like that? What what what if we need something deeper? You're going to have to pay for that yourself. So be prepared and have some money put aside. But the four you guys all vote, and you know, petition and protest and move to get us. All oughta socialized plan, you might wanna stop and look at what's going on with these other countries and go is this going to actually cost me more money. It will your taxes are gonna go up. And then if you want anything besides the crappy plan, you're going to have to pay out of pocket..

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"ireland england" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"ireland england" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Was my aunt's name. Cash. It does make sense though. I remember there was the can of. Yes. That was the first time I ever heard about it. I think it was in California where they're taking people from an old, folks. Home to the to the weeds store, go buy medical marijuana. And the and the rain was a lot of these people were suffering from arthritis and marijuana helped. Well, and they don't want anything to do with opioids. Yeah. Yeah. Right. When you think about taking? And. Substance like any any of the pain medicine that you wind up having that you have out in the streets, especially opioids like you said. There are risks with that more risks. A lot of people would would believe then marijuana. Yes. And also, you're thinking, well, geez. You know, I'm living in a retirement home might as well, get stoned. There were some that were also going along that line saying now, I have something to talk about with my grandkids. Meanwhile, different marijuana story from NBC even a little marijuana may change teen brain says the study. What's the brains of forty six fourteen year old girls and boys from Ireland England, France Germany, and they found that the one who had reported using recreational marijuana just once or twice displayed increased volume of MRI images in numerous brain regions involved in emotion related processing learning informing memories. Really loved the song. Africa by TOTO weird. Number one song in two thousand seventeen by the way, was it Africa. I don't know. You're trying to get away from the even a little marijuana changed the teen brain. No, I think we were talking about teenagers. Good did not get stoned. Not good to have alcohol. Do you think marijuana? I'm not gonna ask you that question. What any use before has helped you in life, or do you think it's done damage to the brain? That's a heavy question to ask just on the air. Yeah. David. Man, you're looking out the window right now. It's like, that's that's where did it. All go wrong in your brain. Yeah. Anytime. Like woods. Maybe the president sing Africa. From TOTO that ever happened. Any crazy dream? No, no, I was just curious..

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"ireland england" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"ireland england" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"On. Jerry. Caesar. That was my aunt's name. Cash. It does make sense though. I remember there was the can of bus. Yes. That was the first time I ever heard about it. I think it was in California where they're taking people from an old, folks. Home to the to the weeds store, go buy medical marijuana. And the and the rain was a lot of these people were suffering from arthritis and marijuana helped. Well, and they don't want anything to do with opioids. Yeah. Yeah. Right. When you think about taking? Substance like any any other pain medicine that you wind up having or that you have out on the streets, especially opioids like you said. There are risks with that more risks. A lot of people would would believe then marijuana. Yes. And also, you're thinking, well, geez. You know, I'm living in a retirement home might as well, get stoned. There were some that were also going along that line. I never a lot thing. Now, I have something to talk about with my grandkids. Meanwhile, different marijuana story from NBC even a little marijuana may change teen brain says the study. What's the braids of forty six fourteen year old girls and boys from Ireland England, France Germany, and they found that the ones who reported using recreational marijuana just once or twice displayed increased volume of MRI images in numerous brain regions involved in emotion related processing learning informing memories. Really loved the song. Africa by TOTO. Number one. Song in two thousand seventeen by the way, was it Africa. I don't know. Trying to get away from the little marijuana changed the teen brain. No, I think we've been talking about teenagers. Good did not get stoned. Not good to have alcohol. Do you think marijuana? I'm not gonna ask you that question. Any use before has helped you at life, or do you think it's done damage to the brain? That's a heavy question to ask just on the air. Yeah. All of a sudden, David. Man, you're looking out the window right now. That's where did it. All go wrong. Okay. In your brain. Yeah. Anytime. Mike woods, maybe the president sing Africa. From TOTO that ever happened. Any crazy dream? No, no, I was just curious..

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"ireland england" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

The Jock and Nerd Podcast

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"ireland england" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

"And I feel like it's not stupid because if you're the thought process behind it being Asian is is flawed because Asia is a very big place with very very it's very diverse. People are Asian. I'm Pakistani that's Asian Russians would be Asian to are. They all Asian while you call Russians Russian and Pakistani Pakistani and everyone else is just Asian whatever. Every though you are the closest to said, quote, unquote, Asian. Yes. So we'll let you start out. Sure, your feelings. Once you heard that they're bringing Shang cheat or the year. I thought I had was. Yes. Yes. Let's. Right on. I was dummy. Like, yeah. This is I'm in like in. I do not care if it's pandering it all pandered to me. Yeah. I don't care. It's only pandering like for the people that aren't being pandered to. True. So I I loved it. I have fought about it a little more. I know there's been some discussion in our group. Humphry ching. Who's in the Facebook a lot of good points in? And there's a lot to unpack. I think it will be a good thing. I'm hoping that we get a very talented Asian cast Chinese cast does not all Asians are. Right. The same. But you know, whatever I won't be too mad like if if they hire a Korean or Japanese or even like a full penal like I'm not gonna make the biggest deal about it. Because they'll still understand well that and it's like alter we there's films in Ireland England and America like that you're talion films where they're like they have all sorts of different white, Pete right-lane. Like, we can't we can't have it both ways. I'm hoping for an awesome awesome. Kung FU action, some hope off awesome martial arts in general. I I'd I'd be expecting some really good fight choreography out of this. Yeah. And i'm. Sighted to learn about this care, despite the fact that I'm partisan in this character is Asian. I've only read like maybe three comics with him in it. I kind of have a somewhat of a feel of his character by really don't have any like idea of what are they going to go with it or anything like that? The only thing I would caution with is it seems like they're gonna well the characters born and raised in China. Right. I think the way to make this even bigger for the American market is to have him be an Asian American character in we'll touch on this later with crazy rich Asian we're gonna talk about. Well, I think what makes on a character. Big here is you have to throw in some sort of American feel to it. And I think if you make him an Asian American character that then is then shipped off to Asia in dealing with being an Asian an American in Asia. I think that has legs because he becomes a point of view. You can relate to becomes. He becomes something that not only I can. Late to Asian American. But even Americans can relate to which is why I think kill monger in Black Panther worked. So well is because he brings the African American perspective to a country that is in Africa. Right. That's what people edge onto. Yeah. So that's those those are my JR. Sampled falls all jumbled. The I have a lot of thought. So real quick to educate, the listener Shanxi first appeared special marvel edition number fifteen in nineteen Seventy-three created by Steve Englehart, and Jim Starling and make no bones about it listener. It is a Bruce Lee knock off if you pull up that cover. He looks exactly like Bruce Lee what else came out. Well, what else was big in nineteen Seventy-three enter the dragon came out of nineteen Seventy-three Hung Fu. Everyone was in the midst of the seventies kung food this seventies kung FU kung flew flew split, tation foods, play tastes Lord. It's hard to say. Well, yeah. Yeah. It's era where everything was blaxploitation conflicts slasher films, like all that's Stanley created great characters mobile, but they also know when to capitalize when there's a trend going, I, you know, so vitiating Chee is the son of a China based globalist who's raised educated his progeny and his reclusive China. Compound closed off to the outside world the sun trained in martial arts developed. Unsurpassed skills..

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"ireland england" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"ireland england" Discussed on WJR 760

"Rated a plus with the Better Business Bureau visit OA ks roofing Dot com I'm Mark Mitchell WJR traffic and weather first on the fives from the JR weather center couple of blips on the radar. They morning into the afternoon just. A passing shower the partial clouds and sunshine near eighty degrees could be a thunderstorm in there but nothing widespread some clouds tonight into the. Cool upper fifty suburbs even cooler eighty degrees. Tomorrow slight chance of a shower dry and mild on. Sunday from the Weather Channel I'm meteorologist Ray Stagich news. Talk seven, sixty, WJR The Frank Beckmann show news talk seven sixty WJR All right before we get back to our guests Mike Fe and Ken Griffin premiered Boyne I do wanna talk about our our. Trip are Frank Beckmann vacation first annual next year the, WJR travel, club trip were we're doing the, aisles, the, open it's, going to be, the best Scotland Ireland England aboard the Asamara journey. Five star quality and. Luxury a trip for everybody. All kinds of fun, those of us were golfers you're gonna love it but everybody's going to like, it because we're gonna do historic sightseeing and shopping and we're going to go to the final round of the one hundred forty eight th, British Open which is a out, by the. Way but we're going, to, great trip beautiful, trip it's gonna be awesome Kenny I'm telling. You I, can't wait to do all the things I mean. You can sign up for, Gulf part on this do five rounds, of golf and I'm great golf courses at times but I want to do the. Other things I want to go to lock deaths I want to. See if, there's really a. Sea serpent out there? You know things like that what's the whole lifestyle It's the whole experience that you get it's not just about the golf it's a major component. But it's it's the entire trip yeah that's been mind, blowing to, watch how successful has been too, we, we, started promoting, this week and, a half ago and we just got a couple. Of spots left it's. Almost sold out it's unbelievable..

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"ireland england" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"ireland england" Discussed on WJR 760

"The tomorrow after the show we had up, north, we the Boyne tournament of champions will be broadcasting from up there on Friday And then get the play in. The pro-am, with our buddy Brian Cairns it's it's going to be. Bittersweet playing with Brian the teaching pro from FOX hills this year though I play with. Them every year and we, got. A great team once again we've, we've been in the money before so to speak but any rate I was hoping that I, would, not be playing with Brian this year I tell you about that Chris No I didn't know I was really hoping. I wouldn't be playing with them Why is. That, because on Monday. He was trying to qualify for the senior British Open Which is being played the shirts and Andrus this week Oh and hustle. New we need. Hustling me well he's, obviously. Very part. He's, very good he's. By part well. Then that's okay yeah that's good? News got, a pro are your key in the pro I'm sorry That's all AM what pro. I see. I see oh. My God. I see how did Mark Mitchell get? In there that's I'm just kidding at. Any rate so see. Was hurt trying to qualify over there. In Mark Mitchell is a gem Yeah Our she's the. One. Right where do you find gems buried in? Dirt Now don't. Get me started. Now okay I'm on a roll I'm butter right now then a rate so, Brian Cairns was trying to qualify for the senior British. Open over there and he got into a playoff. And, lost the. Playoff. And so he missed making the field that, close oh my. Goodness? Yeah so instead he gets play with me So let me see there's. A, consolation prize. Frank. Beckmann shelties long putters there you go You use a. Long putter were both, born, Germany oh yeah also. Same thing yeah Essentially solve a. Somewhat Somewhat the. Same, at any rate well. Maybe be seeking God our tour next year are British. Isles vacation with us, it's gonna. Be very. Very special next July it's going to be two weeks, of, cruising, in Scotland Ireland England with the all sorts of like minded WJR listeners along. With you and me we're going to final round of the British Open next, year in Northern Ireland. Two at Royal Portrush, then in the meantime we're gonna see Edinburgh and Glasgow, and, Belfast, Waterford, Dublin Liverpool and. Oh so much more we're going to do it in class in style to aboard the luxury. Asamara, journey cruise ship now this is. My first cruise ever that's why I've teamed up with cruise and.

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"ireland england" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"ireland england" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A reagan wants to keep abortion available only in cases of extreme risk to the mother of course human rights extend to everybody not just a strong and they're there to protect the week the most week and the most voiceless are two babies in the womb a lot of antiabortion campaigners have made compassion that theme a spokeswoman geraldine martin says the health minister simon harris should give more financial support to women who might end pregnancies because they can't afford to raise a child thousands of irish women travel abroad to have abortions each year we've all known women that have no other option for abortion we've all known women who've felt vulnerable and lonely and i think it is unforgivable that simon harris would propose abortion as without having any other measures to meet these women and their needs but despite this emphasis on compassion its opponents say this campaign is tainted by association with the body that has been most insistent on keeping abortion illegal the catholic church sociology professor or sheila barry says the church has a dark misogynistic history and ireland the treatment of women outside marriage in ireland over decades was really brutal and women were incarcerated in mother and baby homes and they were forced to work in laundries onto their babies were born and then the babies are taken off them and put up for adoption in ireland england in america a series of investigations into these church run hines has established that this abuse was widespread in the wake of that and other scandals the church's authority has eroded here and that probably has contributed to a decrease in opposition to abortion proabortion campaigner an author ina mullaly says this referendum feels like a moment of reckoning facing up to this legacy that we have a country that is so dark when it comes to dealing with women i'm trying to confront the trauma that exists on a national level with regards to high we talk about reproductive rights is is difficult you know and realizing how much work we have to do as a society to face up to those things so it's been really quite testing i think for a lot of people mulally says her parents voted in favor of the constitutional amendment banning abortion in one thousand nine hundred three and this time around there campaigning to repeal it for npr news i'm alice food him in dublin this is npr news hey everyone i'm marie sluggish i'm scott shafer we host these political breakdown on.

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"ireland england" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"ireland england" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"County district attorney's office state and local police are investigating the crash police are having to up their game to deal with increasingly more sophisticated cybercriminals welcome to the annual national cybercrime conference which kicks off tomorrow with attorney general maura healey wbz's garowe hagopian with detail the meeting is aimed at helping law enforcement develop the skills needed to meet the threats of online crime digital evidence and changes in technology the three day conference in norwood is expected to draw more than seven hundred police officers prosecutors and investigators from across the nation organizers say in seven years conference has been held it's helped trained people from forty nine states the virgin islands puerto rico canada ireland england and trinidad garowe hagopian wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time five oh six say bloomberg business minute coming up next this is stevie flip and i'm the owner of davos you know some people come up to me and say steve did you buy awaken one eighty and i have to laugh i have nothing to do with the ownership i'm just here to help i'm here to inspire you to go there because it's not hard what it's hard is doing it on your own how all got started people keep asking me how i got to get involved with awakened winning to weight loss they actually approached me see if i could have a menu at davos because i had a lot of friends that went to the program and did really well so i said you know what i need to try the program and see how i'm gonna do well every week i lost weight the next week i lost more weight my body fat started to go down down down now i'm in here said i lost over thirty pounds my body fat is it eighteen my visceral is at ten i've got an mazing numbers my body right now is a twenty five year old and i'm fifty seven i'm really proud of this is dan rae steve ed the same great results i had as had the many people you've heard of wbz as well as thousands of others now it's your turn awakened one eighty weight loss the long term solution for weight loss full locations or online at awakened one eighty weight loss.

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"ireland england" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"ireland england" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Wartime restrictions may bombing even more difficult the campaign also generated a good deal of anti irish sentiment in england which increased britich public's spin of irish people in general it makes sense uh making sneak attacks even more difficult all these factors lead to the ira attack tapering off around early to mid nineteen forty by mid nineteen forty seven the ira will be down to about two hundred members in total and the 1949 odds 1949 ira convention the ira or is this members to join the political party xinfang which will now become the civilian wing of the ira while shen faint publicly denies association to this day they are still thought to be tied to the ira and have been a long thought to historically been tie very closely to the ira between 1950 wanted 1954 the ira began to a really rearm itself with armed raids on british military bases in northern ireland england steel and guns over the next few years the ira divided into various factions each carrying out occasional rate here a bombing there they also reorganize into a more or less cohesive militaire unified 1950 six planned what would be called operation harvest fighting what they called a border campaign on the twelve th of december nineteen 56 the campaign is launched with simultaneous attacks by around two hundred fifty ira members on targets on the irish north irish border in the middle of the night a bbc relay transmitters bonded dairy a courthouse houses burned end up mahara felt as was a b specials post near newbury and a half built army barracks at enniskillen was blown up a raid on a go a barracks in armagh is attempted as well the ira issued a statement announcing the start of the campaign sane spearheaded by orleans freedom fighters upheaval of carried the fight to the enemy eight of this national liberation struggle new ireland will merge upright and free in the new orleans we shabila contrary feet follow people to leave in that then is our aim at independence united's democratic ours for pollick from this was your fight under until the invaders.

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"ireland england" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"ireland england" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"The impeachment of did he purge himself i think that's where the issues that are a little bit a little bit different absolutely what was your take on the doug jones victory in alabama com couple things uh think way i have is that this is not about whether it is alabama after a halt man you know they barely beat a guy that was by the candidate uh from nightmare town and they barely beat him but but the democratic party needs to have a big hand is too hard to beat somebody in a red state like that and they did it and they they've got the candidate the biggest steel is that he now takes one vote away from the republicans however i will say this he's like senator joe manchin in west virginia senator mansion casts a certain amount of votes with the republicans by his culture his nature in his state is red state ngo oh if he wants to survive republicans are gonna get a couple of boats out of the but a overall the democrats won one i don't think it's the total bellwether everybody on their side thinks it is but it's it's a win for them absolutely and hey last thing what's going on with the ron and the whole nuclear deal when the president desertified the iran nuclear deal boom it's kind of like it pushed it off the table said nothing i have you nobody paid attention to this because unbelievable issue the trump call it the worst steel senator cotton of arkansas republican said ball we've we're going gonna stop this we have to stop it he wrote a letter to the iranians we all remember this so president says up but i don't like they're not meeting the criteria i'm going to decertify m than under the obama regulation he created the congress has sixty days to put the sanctions back on them and what are you here cricket's high hunts they get nothing and nobody called them on the carpet ford the media didn't say what are you gonna do in the next month after one month pass they just came and it went all the chestthumping and everything do anything bob ney good stuff thank you so much thank you coming up i'm going to tell you how you could win a trip to italy ireland england or perhaps new york stay with us on america's tonight.

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"ireland england" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"ireland england" Discussed on WGTK

"Is that this is not a bellwether it is alabama after a halt man uh you know they barely beat a guy that was like the candidate uh from nightmare town uh and they barely beat him but but the democratic party needs to have a big hand is still hard to beat somebody in a red state like that in they did this and they've they've got the candidates the biggest steel is that he now takes one vote away from the republicans however i will say this he's like senator joe manchin in west virginia serna mansion casts a certain amount of votes with the republicans by his culture whose nature in his state is red state ngo oh if he wants to survive republicans are gonna get a couple of boats out of these but a overall the democrats won one i don't think it's the total bellwether everybody on their side thinks it is but it's it's a win for them absolutely and hey last thing ever what's going on with the ron and the whole nuclear deal when the president certified the iran nuclear deal boom it's kind of like it pushed it off the table said nothing i have the us nobody paid attention to the key unbelievable issue trump quote the worst deal senator cotton of arkansas republican well we've we're going to stop this we have to stop it he wrote a letter to the irani as we all remember this so president i don't like they're not meeting the criteria i'm going to decertify him than under the obama regulation he created the congress has sixty days to put the sanctions back on them and what are you here cricket's high they get nothing and nobody called them on the carpet fort than meat he didn't say what are you going to do in the next month after one month fast they just came and it went all the chestthumping that everything can do anything nothing razi crazy bob ney good stuff thank you so much thank you coming up i'm gonna tell you how you could win a trip to italy ireland england or perhaps new york stay with us that's next on america's tonight.

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"ireland england" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"ireland england" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Landfall in ireland and hurricanestrength anyway now and so angry beginning it wiped it'll come down a little bit before but it's still is very very unusual for them to get a storm like this she gets him north atlantic storms they come across during the bad weather months from by december through early to mid march but it's not our weather here even though if you look at a map ireland england the british isles our north of halifax north of their counter almost on a par with iceland in need of the northern tip of england so you would think if all things were equal there would be cold there but it hardly i in the years i've been going england i spent a lot of time they were my daughter is in school and we mod the lawn every when every time i went over there i would ever every month during the winter time and i'd while the lawn they don't have any get down to thirty five or forty but hardly ever would you get a freeze and he lashed to add some snow there and it's not and you ireland is even in ireland's even stranger then then england in that sense mean ireland premission never drops below forty five and so ian it's just the weirdest weather i mean i've been there in july when it was freezing and i've been there in december on christmas morning when it was sixty one sixty two who in sanaa the most bizarre weather but on it see yeah this i i've i had never even heard of a hurricane affecting england or ireland or scotland end and i of course reached out to my family in everybody was in know they're the whole country in ireland was was put on lockdown no one was allowed to leave they had a curfew they told people not to drive the school roof blew off the moore county the the stadium the soccer stadium there the whole dealt the sort of a like an overhang over the seats the whole thing collapsed i mean it was just it's crazy to see some of this footage he just never see that kind of stuff in in another airline france never global warming what is it is i mean it's.

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"ireland england" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"ireland england" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"City of st louis continues to be a site of protest following the acquittal of a white former police officer in the shooting of a black man six years ago bayer was violence during a protest in a suburb of saint louis saturday night forcing the suspension of public transportation several hundred people marched through a popular entertainment district damaging businesses and throwing things at police at least nine people were arrested it was the second day of violence after a judge acquitted a white former police officer of first degree murder charges in the shooting death of a black driver in 2011 more protests are planned for today i'm christopher cruise seventy eight degrees mostly cloudy skies the broadcast center drawing up to eighty five kennedy used have one tab here's kyw news lauren lipton theater is a big thing in philadelphia and every year it gets baker i think build delfi is the best kept secret in american theater it's tom ranked founder and artistic director any new watt theater in philadelphia were the only company in in in the country it does contempory plays from ireland england scotland and wales what i like is going to dublin and going to of a theater of stairs of a pub seen this great play and then talking to play right in saying hey i'd like to do is play in philadelphia so goes from dublin to philadelphia immediately and how does he pick let's play is does it have residents here in america and i liked plays where they're dealing with something in in the uk or ireland that we're also dealing with with this allows an audience to do is see an issue but filtered through a different cultural lands and see from a different perspective this swallowing dark opens this season next month find out more at www.

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"ireland england" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"ireland england" Discussed on talkRADIO

"I will look give him hunting well if it's still lashing down with rain with where you i won't be for much longer because the and rain will play its particularly lingering across the southeast england this morning but it is going to clear by midmorning and my swiss will see it dry and warm day with with lots of sunshine the best at the funny spouse likely to be around the tastes today's high my backup t twenty teed grace i very pleasant indeed bets murray his whole change again say thursday will start sunny for most of us but it will cloud iii that with more rain in scotland and northern ireland england and wales will seek some scattered showers this now all that will be womb when any sunshine does appear and the porn count on push knees backup hi four mice to the metering station put endless overnight in at least 1820 hands around with three so many floods this morning on my way and it was just it really didn't mean it was proper lashing it down but of whether to them truly truly sensitive god and the point gets 'cause i suppose it goes down the more rain we get a tomorrow possibly i i haven't looked the line up now the fact that use bring what you'll get fake news hit the road and site 46 is still there will get you talking paul ross full sutton breakfasts onslaught so lives have been taken it's the biggest scandal in the nhs is history when i say largely been taken two thousand four hundred people rubbed of their life and almost three thousand more had blotted contaminated affected by being infected with hiv age all with episode a c on some cases with both and they'll go to public inquiry after the independent inquiry about nine years ago which government ministers refused to give evidence and pharmaceutical representatives did not bother turning up now a public inquiry we know the facts people have died contaminated blood products were given bolton from america budge sold by prisoners and people habitual drug users not sufficiently tested two thousand four hundred people day we heard early on from managed only 40s.

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