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Britons will be able to holiday in France, Spain and Italy from NEXT WEEK

The Leader

05:58 min | 9 months ago

Britons will be able to holiday in France, Spain and Italy from NEXT WEEK

"The UK could get foreign holidays back to selected destinations, but travel John the Simon Calder, his not impressed. And Bournemouth beach they partied in thirty degree heat like social distancing didn't exist. Be Two meters, or what with mitigation? It's like the Mediterranean, said the weather to remind us of what we're missing out on. At least for now it's report. The government's being busy signing up deals with countries like Spain and Italy that a let British people travel there without having to go through quarantine. Perhaps as soon as July fourth, it could be a lifeline, an industry that feared it could lose up to twenty billion pounds, but travel John Simon calder. His not convinced joins me now this as the so-called air bridges, just a rumor. What do we actually know about what's happening? We know that this is an extraordinary episode in government by League. It's now I think eight weeks since dominic. Cummings came back from his to <hes> Dharam and saw that the judgment was in some disarray and unpopularity over the number of. Deaths and decided that. It was time for an eye catching <hes> policy and he decided that quarantine would be the right way to go, even though of course at that stage, the rate in the UK, thank goodness was declining and only international medical is. There's no point. In current in on a blanket basis. When you're in decline and Sarah lots the other countries around the world, and set the around Europe, since we've just had neak after leak after leak, and some of them almost comedic say that we got the Communist announcement on the tenth of May and then immediately we got to kind of the CAN. It's actually an official government announcement. Saying well, of course, this doesn't apply to France and then that was quietly withdrawn. And then we have on this morning and I make it six days to July millions of <hes> policymakers and hundreds of thousands of the travel industry work workers simply do not know if foreign holidays will take place this summer. It is an extraordinary state of affairs and. All I know is what I'm hearing from various rumors in the industry, some of them when employees some of them pure guesswork, but not. Is that on Monday the? Department of. Transport will announce. A list of. Eight or ten destinations that you can travel to probably starting on the fourth of July, and probably the Foreign Office will change of guards against Auburn. Essential Travel, but we know that from older lakes we have been given a very very difficult guidance, so the countries that are on this list include places like France Spain. Italy! Greece, all popular tourist destinations for dealing anymore actually go Simon de think that the fears over Luna virus abated so much that people will willingly Kevin Aeroplane and head off to a tourist hotspot. Far Safer Agree Thailand in the zoos of Portugal which has nil rate at the moment sauce safer than you would in them, and while the government's insists that policy is informed by the science. The scientists aren't spoken to say this is the most Balmy thing. We've ever heard of the best way to get the rates down in the UK a get. The prevalence in the UK is for millions of people to go on holiday veto, less dangerous places, and so the government's move. Who's actually had counterproductive? Silently will increase the number of cases inside the gifts in the UK, but since it's a political stunt rather than serious policy. That's just I was gonNA say seeing consequences it was. Pretty foreseeable or anybody, he sorted through. There will serve NEPEAN and I. It will be much minister people going abroad. I, think trump ripley. <hes> the majority of people thinking just leave it so twenty twenty. And the still a very substantial minority who would love to go abroad and are simply. Profoundly frustrated at the way that the government has had will eight weeks decided to bring this dominate. Cummings decided to bring in and. We still apparently going to see a weekend of frantic phone calls between different governments you. You really couldn't make it up, it is. Often covering travel for a thousand years and have never ever seen. Government causing so much grievous. To the industry, most time traveled to skits only. It's <hes> did a great holidays. Fantastic value make lots of money creates loss of jobs and the government. Let's. Let's say Bieber at the moment. The government is <hes>. If sex out to to as much damage as possible to the UK traveler district, it's difficult. See how they could have done any more than I do now it's. It's it's. Shameful but secondly just tragic for the people in the travel industry <hes> desperately trying to rebuild and say jobs and assigned thing for the people who will die they county councillor in more responsible for tourism tells me. He's really worried that it will call us home because people will stay out they'll. Take, an infection oval the boldly government. Decisions during this crisis, this is. Probably the most damage

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Britons will be able to holiday in France, Spain and Italy from NEXT WEEK

The Leader

05:58 min | 9 months ago

Britons will be able to holiday in France, Spain and Italy from NEXT WEEK

"The UK could get foreign holidays back to selected destinations, but travel John the Simon Calder, his not impressed. And Bournemouth beach they partied in thirty degree heat like social distancing didn't exist. Be Two meters, or what with mitigation? It's like the Mediterranean, said the weather to remind us of what we're missing out on. At least for now it's report. The government's being busy signing up deals with countries like Spain and Italy that a let British people travel there without having to go through quarantine. Perhaps as soon as July fourth, it could be a lifeline, an industry that feared it could lose up to twenty billion pounds, but travel John Simon calder. His not convinced joins me now this as the so-called air bridges, just a rumor. What do we actually know about what's happening? We know that this is an extraordinary episode in government by League. It's now I think eight weeks since dominic. Cummings came back from his to <hes> Dharam and saw that the judgment was in some disarray and unpopularity over the number of. Deaths and decided that. It was time for an eye catching <hes> policy and he decided that quarantine would be the right way to go, even though of course at that stage, the rate in the UK, thank goodness was declining and only international medical is. There's no point. In current in on a blanket basis. When you're in decline and Sarah lots the other countries around the world, and set the around Europe, since we've just had neak after leak after leak, and some of them almost comedic say that we got the Communist announcement on the tenth of May and then immediately we got to kind of the CAN. It's actually an official government announcement. Saying well, of course, this doesn't apply to France and then that was quietly withdrawn. And then we have on this morning and I make it six days to July millions of <hes> policymakers and hundreds of thousands of the travel industry work workers simply do not know if foreign holidays will take place this summer. It is an extraordinary state of affairs and. All I know is what I'm hearing from various rumors in the industry, some of them when employees some of them pure guesswork, but not. Is that on Monday the? Department of. Transport will announce. A list of. Eight or ten destinations that you can travel to probably starting on the fourth of July, and probably the Foreign Office will change of guards against Auburn. Essential Travel, but we know that from older lakes we have been given a very very difficult guidance, so the countries that are on this list include places like France Spain. Italy! Greece, all popular tourist destinations for dealing anymore actually go Simon de think that the fears over Luna virus abated so much that people will willingly Kevin Aeroplane and head off to a tourist hotspot. Far Safer Agree Thailand in the zoos of Portugal which has nil rate at the moment sauce safer than you would in them, and while the government's insists that policy is informed by the science. The scientists aren't spoken to say this is the most Balmy thing. We've ever heard of the best way to get the rates down in the UK a get. The prevalence in the UK is for millions of people to go on holiday veto, less dangerous places, and so the government's move. Who's actually had counterproductive? Silently will increase the number of cases inside the gifts in the UK, but since it's a political stunt rather than serious policy. That's just I was gonNA say seeing consequences it was. Pretty foreseeable or anybody, he sorted through. There will serve NEPEAN and I. It will be much minister people going abroad. I, think trump ripley. <hes> the majority of people thinking just leave it so twenty twenty. And the still a very substantial minority who would love to go abroad and are simply. Profoundly frustrated at the way that the government has had will eight weeks decided to bring this dominate. Cummings decided to bring in and. We still apparently going to see a weekend of frantic phone calls between different governments you. You really couldn't make it up, it is. Often covering travel for a thousand years and have never ever seen. Government causing so much grievous. To the industry, most time traveled to skits only. It's <hes> did a great holidays. Fantastic value make lots of money creates loss of jobs and the government. Let's. Let's say Bieber at the moment. The government is <hes>. If sex out to to as much damage as possible to the UK traveler district, it's difficult. See how they could have done any more than I do now it's. It's it's. Shameful but secondly just tragic for the people in the travel industry <hes> desperately trying to rebuild and say jobs and assigned thing for the people who will die they county councillor in more responsible for tourism tells me. He's really worried that it will call us home because people will stay out they'll. Take, an infection oval the boldly government. Decisions during this crisis, this is. Probably the most damage

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Mediterranean Diet 101

20 Minute Fitness

06:11 min | 1 year ago

Mediterranean Diet 101

"So the Mediterranean diet is a way of eating based on the traditional cuisine of countries bordering the Mediterranean. A really originalist. Et Miss Way from around the nine hundred sixty s replicating their diets. These countries include Spain. Italy Greece southern Franz amongst a few others and although there is no strict definition of the Mediterranean Diet and there's no way to follow it because there are many different countries around the Mediterranean Sea. And obviously people have different foods. They eat in these areas. It really revolves around eating a high level or vegetables. Fruits whole grains nuts seeds and olive oil researchers have noted that people following these diets were very healthy when compared to Americans and they had a lower risk of many lifestyle diseases the fundamentals of the Mediterranean Diet than the consumption of vegetables whole grains and healthy fats which we talked about limiting your intake and red meat's having a moderate intake of poultry. Dairy your fish or eggs. Both a heavier focus really on seafood on poetry and considering the Mediterranean lifestyle. Not folks food elements necessarily. It's being physically active eating your friends and family and enjoying the glass of red wine. So what should you be looking to avoid if you want to fully eating patterns of these Mediterranean? Well you should be looking to avoid processed meats which we've also had leopard on so check back to that as well you want to avoid added sugars in your sodas for example you want to avoid transfats again. We've done an episode on this so such for the database and file trans fats episodes to find out more about that. You should limit you'll refined oils like your soybean oil and canola oil folks more olive oil. You should be wary of a lot of low fat products because these often have added sugars in to substitute a taste to be cautious of this and avoid refined grains like white bread and white pasta but put it into context to make it more visual vivid view. Want my day of eating look like when following a Mediterranean eating pattern lifestyle so it might be X. on toast with Avocado for breakfast. You might have something like Chemo with Bell. Peppers olives and sun dried tomatoes for lunch and for dinner. You could have something like a white fish with some sort of Greens like Kale or Aruba tomorrow. Yeah this is just an idea also chef by any means but I'm sure you've come a lot. That's a combination. Make Ready Flavor. Some helps you get a bachelor idea and if that sounds good to you then obviously Mediterranean. Diet might be something that you consider giving up those foods been for the canal. Royals the and sugars. It could be a lifestyle that better suits you. It's not too restrictive as not eating a certain time when it's not saying completely scrapped out of products for example Vegan Diet. It is more flexible than than certain diets out there. So now we've established What sorts of foods to avoid into eat and Dale Day meal plan might look like let's look at the health benefits and hopefully what from what I've already said? You should be able to understand that cutting out most junk. You're more likely to be taking in less calories unless of course rating series volumes your by following Mediterranean lifestyle. You're eating a balanced diet guessing in your vitamins and minerals from your daily routine badge on your avoiding as I said. Eating too many calories in excess. What else is that? What the study was published in England Journal of Medicine which they run them on trial of the Mediterranean diets for primary prevention of cardiovascular events. So this study. Run the assigned participants who at high cardiovascular risk with no cardiovascular disease at enrollment to one or three diets that was the Mediterranean Diet supplemented with extra virgin olive oil. The Mediterranean diet supplements mixed nuts or control diet slaver alleviated by Was to reduce dietary fats and the study had a total of seven thousand. Four hundred forty seven people in it and it found among persons at high cardiovascular risk a Mediterranean diet supplements extra-virgin Virgin Olive oil or nuts reduce the incidence of media cardiovascular events rather than the advice just reduced dietary fat of course as we always say more studies are necessary to determine whether lifestyle factors such as more physical activity or extended support systems are partly responsible for the lower incidence of heart disease and meditating countries than the US but there again are more health benefits. The relationship between the Mediterranean diets and sleep in older adults has also been examined so a sample of one thousand six hundred eighty nine adults aged sixty five years above were tested based on a self report questionnaire when I changed looking at sleep. Duration Annesley quality on the research suggested the adhering to Mediterranean dollars can help improve swiftly quality in older adults but might not effectively quality in younger people as much. The Mediterranean Diet could also be useful for people trying to lose weight as I've touched thumb a systematic review of measuring dot for long term weight loss was conducted on compared the Mediterranean diet to a low fat diet a low carbohydrate Diet and the American Diabetes Association Diet and the Mediterranean Diet resulted in greater weight loss than the low fat diet at around four point in these study but produced similar weight loss as other comparative diets. But of course as I said if you don't want to lend you carve some full of a low carb diet but usually eats whole grains than the the Mediterranean diets may suits. You better really depends what works for you. You don't mind limiting what you what you. Thurmond focusing on but to me. It doesn't sound too restricted at. It's more as I said of a lifestyle. It's not just ate the food. Avoid these foods. It's about being physically active about being preached to give your food. It's about just eating. Organic healthy produce should help you make healthy lifestyle choices else As

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Mediterranean Diet Grabs the Top Spot for Best Healthy Lifestyle Plan

Diet Science

10:36 min | 1 year ago

Mediterranean Diet Grabs the Top Spot for Best Healthy Lifestyle Plan

"There is a topic that you WanNa talk talk about this week. Yeah absolutely. We're talking about the Mediterranean Diet today. Okay because it's ranked number one by the US News News Best diets what the. US News does. is they evaluate thirty five different diets and they get input from a panel of experts. Experts including doctors nutritionists Dietitians and people who specialize in diabetes heart health human behavior and weight loss and they They basically look at criteria to rank the diets based on whether they meet the USDA my plate guidelines for calories portions vitamins and minerals as well as whether they help or hinder weight loss and also they have to be relatively easy to follow so so the Mediterranean Diet as ranked number one this year for twenty twenty but it also ranked number one last year and it has been in the either the a number one or number two position in previous years as well so The Mediterranean Diet to me is. It's it's almost kind of like like a no nonsense. Overall healthy approach to eating and living in. And what's really interesting is when we talk about the Mediterranean Diet. Hi and unfortunately the word Diet is in the name but I kind of wish. It wasn't because it's really a it's a lifestyle. It's a lifestyle and in fact when you read about doubted you see that. It doesn't just only incorporate the food aspects but it also talks about The lifestyle of having you you know being active in your life and also about Community sharing meals with family and that type of thing so the whole idea of family dinners is even even a part of the whole philosophy of a Mediterranean diet lifestyle so And it's been around a while the one one really interesting being History on the Mediterranean Diet was that you know it's been research since the nineteen fifties early findings emerged out of something called the seven countries study which began in nineteen fifty seven and it was. It was directed by a A researcher named Ansel keys from the University of Minnesota and he brought together researchers from all over the world to collectively steady the medical questions of the time concerning specifically cardiovascular diseases among people who were living in countries with a variety of different traditional eating patterns in lifestyles. And what what came out of this. You know there were. He looked at twenty two different countries. But what he presented in his research was seven of them and They found that the healthiest people were living in Crete which is one of the islands in the Mediterranean region so by the Mediterranean reflects the food and social social customs of people that live in countries that have a coastline along the Mediterranean Sea. So this is going to include places like Italy Greece Spain Inter in Turkey so so when we think of Mediterranean. That's you know the countries that were thinking of and then also the food and customs that come from that region agent and this goes back centuries so recent research shows like what are the types of foods that they eat and not only that they they look look at if someone is living in the United States and they're following these same dietary principles and lifestyle principles that they can get similar results as what have been seen in the studies of people who have been following this way of life for for generations. So What are you know? Everyone probably wants to know. So what's included and and we eat. And what do they do. The question is what do they eat in. What are they? Don't eat right. Well that's a really good. That's really good okay. So what's really kind of fascinating is there really is no one exact Mediterranean diet because the guidelines reflect different foods from all these different countries. But what what we have done is we've sort of Honed it down And and looked at it so Aside from the fact that processed foods are not included did In the Mediterranean Diet. This is a very almost like pure processed free Iva Diet in fact you know if we wanted to make a comparison between the process free lifestyle described in my book. The science of skinny and the Mediterranean Diet is very similar You know there might just be different difference in portions and that type of thing So aside from that What's really kind of cool about it is? It's kind of unrestrictive and simple. The calories are not a concern. The foundation is built upon anti inflammatory plant based meals with a focus on deeply colored the fruits and vegetables especially the green leafy types such as Chard Kale and spinach and the non starchy type. Vegetables like artichokes folks cauliflower eggplant tomatoes And then a lots of different herbs and spices like Basil Bay leaves Fennel Garlic Parsley Lee Rosemary. And sage and lots of beans beans tend to be A A focus in the Mediterranean Diet and less red meat in in fact in in the most of the Mediterranean traditional societies Red Meat or pork was only eaten. Minimally like maybe yeah well well not only even just like a side but also like only maybe once a month or on a special occasion like a birthday or a wedding or something so it was not a regular learn every day food and so then that still is tantamount part of the Mediterranean Diet. And why it's been used a lot of heart health studies. So it's you know because people who have cardiovascular disease and need to improve their diet Eliminating the saturated fat from Red Meat's is one one of the the keys to that so Is consuming more fish. Is that a an aspect of the Mediterranean diet or no yes in fact fish is one of the main animal foods. Okay in the Mediterranean diet it does include some dairy But in much smaller amounts than what like our USDA guidelines would recommend which USDA guidelines. Tell us to eat three dairy servings a day in the Mediterranean Diet it's very minimal And in those countries and look look in the traditional diet it was mainly from either goat's milk or sheep's milk and they would make that into cheese so they didn't sit there Erin. Drink glasses of milk right so In the US it you know. The Mediterranean diet is recommending low fat dairy which I would probably not recommend that I would recommend whole fat dairy but in the minimal quantities that We they see in the Mediterranean Diet. Do you mentioned that in the science of skinny I do okay. Yeah I say whole milk is is preferred but you don't need to consume a lot of it and it's actually kind of optional. Really no one needs to eat dairy And I think we see that in the Mediterranean diet that it's it's very minimally focused and so you could even leave it out One thing I like about the Mediterranean Diet also is that it's the percentages of the what we call the macronutrients as the fats carbohydrates and the protein we see a higher air percentage of good fat. And of course olive oil is the main source of good fat olive. Oil Fish and nuts are where most of the fat in the Diet comes from and these are all unsettled basically monounsaturated and also some polyunsaturated from fish like the Omega threes Are are where most of the fat comes from. And it's about forty percent of the caloric intake per day is coming from fats which is higher than in what the USDA guidelines recommend but yet we see really good health with people following this on the flip side. Though you have the other part of it is that we have you know all all. The carbohydrates are complex. Meaning it's from beans or from starchy type vegetables or from whole grains so we. I don't see any processed grains in the Mediterranean Diet so the complex carbohydrate percentages are are lower than what we would see in the USDA guidelines and then the protein is quite moderate anywhere between Fifteen to twenty percent of calories coming from protein so most Mediterranean meals. Actually look. Vegetarian is that they're very plant. Centered yes so you would see you know. Mostly vegetables on the plate Probably some some beans or grains and then very minimal amounts of fish or You know if if red meat is consumed. It's like it's like I say it's minimal and it's not often in the in the month so Now a couple of other things they also include red wine oh And that is for the polyphenols that are in the skins of the grapes. And when they're fermented into wine it increases the concentration nation of those polyphenols and so that tends to also be quite heart healthy and lots of 'em antioxidants. The polyphenols are antioxidants. so however it's not unlimited The recommendation is. It's one five ounce glass of red wine for women per day and two I five ounce glasses for men per day and that's the recommendation but of course one thing I always tell people is if you're not already a consumer of wine you you don't have to add this into follow the Mediterranean Diet. It's it's it's there but it's optional. You mean the the wine right the wind like you know you you know some people say oh. I don't drink red wine or I don't drink at all right so I can't do that and that's fine. You don't have to do that. That's the other thing about. It is very adaptable. You could make gluten free you. Can you know you can adjust for different food sensitivities that or food preferences. This is that a person would want to do so. I'm not surprised that it's ranked number

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Stefan Krasowski on Visiting All 193 UN Countries

Counting Countries

11:46 min | 1 year ago

Stefan Krasowski on Visiting All 193 UN Countries

"Steffan Krzyzewski come from Minnesota in the US. I've I just recently gotten to one ninety three. UN countries which is why we're talking today. You bring me back for follow up. But I'm happy to be here I don't remember that comment but I'm glad to have you back and curious to hear a little bit of your final part of the journey and I just wanted overview a couple of different different things to remind the listener Remind us again. Why the love of travel was the catalyst what spurred your love for expiration in discovery like many many in my boat there? There's a collecting background. Where you you get interested in collecting different things and I did not travel much coach growing up? My parents not not active travelers so it was my high school junior year trip to China. We had started studying Chinese Back in fifth grade grade and went to China and traveled around and it was just eye-popping exciting thrilling and so as soon as I could I went to college and University of Pennsylvania Wharton School Philadelphia but spent semesters in Shanghai and Hong Kong and then moved to China right after graduating college. And the you've been in Hong Kong. I arranged at ride classes three days a week and just every every Wednesday night I would head the Shenzhen. See what buster overnight train rain was leaving in hop somewhere new and got addicted traveling in China going every province in in the country. And then step-by-step expanding out to the region and the wider world pulled out of curiosity. You didn't come from travel family. What's your family? Think of what you've done what you've accomplished in the travel world world totally supportive. Do they think you're a little crazy. What's going on when you get together for Thanksgiving? Oh I've got one wonderful parents sand and Brother who's a doctor and a scientist who's WHO's very different although we both Studied Chinese at the the same starting and he studied in China in highschool so my parents Prince of been extremely big about education that they work worked to put put us into the best schools that that we could get ourselves into an and get that environment and Mother reading to me every night Even when I developed an interest in books like James Bond or Tarzan in bucks as a as a first or second grader that would have pretty racy stuff she wouldn't our through and and Be Happy to expose me to to new ideas. A Matt so the circumstances weren't for for them to be traveling a huge amount growing up but they're always been very supportive and and As as both my brother and I got older than the I was living in China my parents did start traveling and in quite a quite a lot of times they visited me. TRAVELLED AROUND DOWN SO my father's a adult of million miler now so it's it's certainly not not anti travel in out of curiosity whose commander and his better yours or your brother. I should hope it's me because I still go back several times a year and actively do stuff with China and he hasn't significantly kept up with it since since going into medical school. I mean I know he did say at the time that Learning Anatomy class was pretty easy Z.. For him when when he had been studying Chinese characters for some time but when he was when he was at his best to you. As far beyond me reading classical Chinese the It's it's it's much more different than than say Latin. It was never a spoken language. The written Classical texts are incredibly hard. Pardon any was brilliant that I can. I can get through the first few sentences of the Dow ditching and and that which is which is hard enough but He was he was way beyond me as scholar. Could use to your brother in and Stephan. What was that inflection point? So you explain how you really were taking advantage of semesters abroad in Hong Kong China the region starting to explore like crazy. What was the moment when you decided to chase when ninety three? What was that light bulb moment? It was. It was somewhere around Azerbaijan Georgia Armenia trip that I took from China on one one of the holiday weeks that that China has an at that point I was had been to just about every country in Asia and and was loving it than in seeing the possibility awesome -bility of doing much more in learning learning about frequent flyer programs which was making some of these possible Places like the caucuses were connected to China. Southern routes in Chai from China and Could use my north west and then later when they became Delta Delta Miles on on these is trips so things that I thought were previously unattainable for time or cost reasons were suddenly feasible and and And I never I never had an interest to be a full time traveler even if I had unlimited resources for that I push myself very hard on trips. The I've I've taken several three week trips Only wash twice longer. Once a four week I think in the that was in Central and west Africa and a five week around the Pacific and I was so exhausted after three weeks of pushing myself that that is the the long term travel all thing wouldn't wouldn't fit for me and and professionally isn't isn't where my interest lies and and certainly not as it is where my marriage marriage would be taking me so the I like short intense trips. It but was there a day where you sat around and counted up the country's on the map happen you saw that you're at fifty or a hundred and then you read an article. What was that final? Push where you said okay. I've done this now. I can do that. There was more of a a different back back to that other by John. Looked at within. The cost was to get to Nakhichevan which is a separate part of other by John that on the Traveler Century Club list as a separate territory and it was it now? It's quite easy to visit in affordable all and more flights at that point it was it was looking that expensive and I decided I'm not going to get addicted to a crazy list like that and subsequently I've ended knocked divide and gotten addicted to that list but it was It wasn't it was it was Wasn't necessarily one day except perhaps perhaps when I got got to eat team more. So that was the last country in Asia that I hadn't been to and did say I went to to all this trouble to get east team or deal with Indonesian and flights which wonderful delightful country in many ways except traveling Logistically is Is One where a lot of things. Don't go to plan and and So once I got to East Timor as I'm going for the UN Stephan. You're last on counting countries actually November of twenty sixteen eighteen. And you're at one hundred eighty six countries at that point. But you didn't finish your you analyst until August of Twenty nineteen in for some travelers. That's a lifetime Some travelers as we know have done all one hundred ninety three during that same time period. So you took your time to finish off the last seven countries I want to focus on four of your final five two of them. I found pretty surprising in two. I didn't so your final countries was Italy. How did Italy early of all countries end up being one of your last countries? There were three that I was saving to the end of Italy Greece and Turkey and and Mainly not not so much animus. I'm really WANNA have a big party or something. It wasn't that it's it's I'm history is my favorite subject fascinated with ancient history. And all of those three are are are so special in central to to world history and world world civilizations that I wanted to to save them to really enjoy lavish in terms of time and and Destinations destinations trips to go. So that that was the original thinking and then What will get into why I got stuck on on a couple of others and so then finally I just? I just couldn't wait. These are wonderful places that I'll visit multiple times in my life but That that that roughly was the idea As well as the flip side is after seeing so many ancient Roman ruins in North Africa. That have this kind of thinking. Why should I go to Italy and see the crowds? But you know that's just that's just one of the ten thousand different things that are fantastic by deadly to to go see show as a history buff. You mentioned Italy Turkey Greece. What's a highlight for you? Visiting those countries by all of all of the above. I mean it's it's just incredible. How you You could pretty pick pick any point on the map and see multiple layers of of incredible history I mean what I. I walked off the plane Lina in Milan. I had booked the trip like a week before last minute and I can only get one one ticket to the last temptation Or the Last Supper or the last supper painting and and I had like an hour and fifteen minutes from touchdown in Milan Malpensa to to getting getting getting in the door picked up a rental car drove as far as I could into the city abandoned the car where other people were illegally. Ugly parks hopped on the subway and guide in and saw that and and So Italy I've really I've really just started. I've been a bit in the North's I've I've seen the Vatican again but I haven't properly visited row. I've been around Sicily different territories in. It's it's just pick your pick your time in history Greece more specifically the ancient In the ancient era I mean I just gets it gets incredible to. You're just driving down the road and you see the road sign Its Tab obeys in the ancient Also known as thieves. And now it's just a a scruffy scruffy town but just pull off the road and spend the night there because these names out of history are incredible and and the answer Turkey Turkey. I took a A road trip from von the famous Lake van in the Armenian Indian churches in the East and drove all the way across the country The the more or less southern route through the Kurdish areas than around the Jian coast and So many eras of history from the first Essentially I city of multi-level housing and that goes back back. Thousands of years all the way up to the modern times. I mean it's just I just couldn't i. I had take UNESCO sites off the list because there's only so many you you can see in a day it's It's incredible and Turkey actually. has this fantastic museum pass system where you can get the countrywide one or you can get one. That's for a week league or are some regional ones arrest Boland's and the prices are so low and every mega site in the countries included. It's it's not like many countries where the tour pass includes everything except the one really must see

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"italy greece" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"italy greece" Discussed on AP News

"The leaders of cypress Greece and Israel plan to sign an agreement on January second to build a natural gas pipeline in the eastern Mediterranean according to the office of the Greek prime minister the plan is to build a pipeline that'll run across the Mediterranean from Israel's offshore gas reserves to the Greek island of Crete and the Greek mainland and then to Italy Greece as the deal be finalized with Italy signature at a later date the pipelines expected to satisfy about ten percent of the European union's natural gas needs decreasing energy dependence on Russia the E. U.'s contributed to the cost of technical studies for the project the NFL record for most touchdown passes by quarterback in one season was broken in December of two thousand four the Indianapolis Colts Peyton manning threw his forty ninth to receiver Brandon Stokley surpassing Dan Marino's forty eight thrown in nineteen eighty four manning's record stood until two thousand seven when the New England Patriots Tom Brady through fifty TD passes but manning now playing for the Denver Broncos got the record back in twenty thirteen throwing fifty five touchdown passes Brady says manning's been are living in poverty a law which effectively bans some good all winter fun is being reconsidered in the city of Wausau Wisconsin police chief Matt Barnes says the cities of nineteen sixty two ordinance prohibits the throwing of projectiles that includes snowball the loss of police.

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"italy greece" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"italy greece" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Is that important your she met three hours later he was walking the Georgian merry we're feeling pretty good the latter one hello can you come up to nine can you come out tonight can't you come out tonight yeah can't you come and like an organ I you know you know some it wasn't me talking I'd say you were the prettiest girl in town well why don't you see what I remember well how old are you anyway eighteen eighteen too young to just try and sort of fiction Hey look where we are the old Granville house yeah I got to throw a rock June don't you know about deserted how do you make a wish George but it was such a lovely played I wish I lived there and I would live in another grossed I watch what's it I'm a pretty good shot broke a window what would you wish George all I don't know not just one way show hold for merry I'm shaking the dust of this crummy little town off my feet and I'm going to see Italy Greece the Parthenon the Coliseum and I'm coming back here and go to college and see what they know and then I'm gonna build things I'm going to build air fields and skyscrapers a hundred stories high and bridges a mile long and then I'm going on Hey Hey marry what is it you want what you want you want the moon or can you just say the word gnocchi the mobile not taken then what and why when well then you could swallow what an edited dissolve like an aspirin you know and the main beam to chew out your fingers on the ends of your hair and the the you think I'm talking too much one.

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Cyprus, Greece, Israel to sign pipeline deal on Jan. 2

AP 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Cyprus, Greece, Israel to sign pipeline deal on Jan. 2

"The leaders of cypress Greece and Israel plan to sign an agreement on January second to build a natural gas pipeline in the eastern Mediterranean according to the office of the Greek prime minister the plan is to build a pipeline that'll run across the Mediterranean from Israel's offshore gas reserves to the Greek island of Crete and the Greek mainland and then to Italy Greece as the deal be finalized with Italy signature at a later date the Bible and expected to satisfy about ten percent of the European union's natural gas needs decreasing energy dependence on Russia the E. U.'s contributed to the cost of technical studies for the

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"italy greece" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

The News & Why It Matters

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"italy greece" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

"Your lives that suck get stuck with your family. You have no choice. Like yes, there's a lot of crappy people here and I can tell you how most of them are gonna vote coming up. It is one of those things that, like I find that to be a very bizarre argument as well. Not to mention you always see legal immigrants and illegal. Immigrants are lumped together in those stats all the time. And that's a very important distinction. Also point out that I think the sanctuary city thing is soap is I want my town become a sanctuary city for the federal income tax. Why can't they just say you know what? We're not enforcing any other federal income tax here. I don't understand how these, these localities that they can they can they can basically come up with their own laws. I mean, look, this is have you considered running for city council on that. The probably the second, you board. You went into the next town that you'd probably get arrested. Buck. Town. He'll save a lot of money. I bet we have a sweet tout. But this happened with, with Arizona, tried to pass a state law that was going to enforce new immigration standards and it got overturned in the supreme court because they said, no. This is a federal issue, only federal authorities can deal with it. It's like why are they? Why are cities allowed to go this way on this one thing I mean, because I think a lot of laws, I think are terrible in the United States. I would love my town to start being sanctuary say and all the stuff. I don't like, but I don't think we get that opportunity. Unfortunately, only the left with immigration gets it, and it's, you know, we certainly can't do it with Boertien, right. Every time we try to do with ObamaCare. Remember, several states tried to like, say, now we're going to go our own way and they threw out though. No law. The land. It's a law the land. Okay. What about immigration again? That one issue was different for some weird reason. All right back in a minute. Sanders was asking appropriate support. No. All right. Before we get back into the conversation wanna thank our sponsor cruise through history. I'm so jealous of you do. Get to go on YouTube. Thanks. Let's not get carried away here. So it's what March of next year. Next year, we got Italy Greece Croatia Israel all together in one cruise plus I mean you see the ship, it's amazing. It's gigantic legit..

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"italy greece" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"italy greece" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"Should do it because we're going to be there at kiss Cleveland dot com. All right. Let's get into your top of the charts. We're gonna give you the number one song in all the different genres of music here in the good old USA. And then today without your passports kids, we're going to travel to Japan, Italy Greece Netherlands, and Spain to see what they're never one on excited. Yeah. You're lying. We'll start with you Gandhi. What's the number one top forty song in America? I'm glad you asked, it is old town road, low gnaws featuring Billy race hours. That is my idea. Black black, right? Excellent. Danielle what's in there. Aren be hip hop on post Malone. Forever. Bill to why would. That was happier by Marshall. What the hell's going play? Well, number one do it again. Well by post Malone. This is still number one. It's been around forever. Got him. Got him. This is makes everybody dance. Hey straightening, what's the number one dance song in America? It's the song you just played happier marshmallow. Okay. Good spare. Scary. What number one rock song rocks? You guys shouldn't. Let me push the button. You're stupid. We haven't calmed down. What's going to walk sauce, still it's high hopes pack to this. Excellent pay froggy. Yes, what is the number? It's good to have you back froggy. Thank you. You're gone for a while. Are you in the in the bathroom throwing up or anything? I'm okay. Okay. What's the number one country song in America is if your ain't ringing, it's me? No. What is the number one country song? It's God's country by Blake Shelton. What's it called? If you ain't ringing. It's me, okay. That's a great. Okay..

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Audible UK announces audio drama production grant

podnews

03:22 min | 1 year ago

Audible UK announces audio drama production grant

"UK as an announced an audio drama production grants for audio drama, produces winners will be awarded a five thousand pound grants, and we'll get free access to audibles state of the art studios in the Barbican in London to develop one of their own productions. It's open to both established teams and emerging newcomers and the entry form which you'll find in our episode notes, and our newsletter includes script excerpts expect to see podcasts consumption data for a new country, soon Edison research is infinite dial will becoming to South Africa with TRITON digital and NABC, South Africa. The company has announced sharing clips of podcasts to social media has got easier and prettier easier because Acosta has. Integrated headliner directly inside its creator dashboard. Headliners previously partnered with pine carts and Omni studio and prettier, because audio Graham has launched a set of templates to make the posts fit podcast. Branding better podcast movement has announced that scholarship. Applications are now open for brand new or yet to launch podcasters who've never been to podcast movement before the event. Organizers have also announced twenty nine new speakers, including many pot news readers, and we'll be there to podcast. Hosts speaker has launched a new tool. One click distribution making it easier to get a podcast on apple podcasts. Spotify I heart radio, Google podcasts and cast box. Dan, Meisner from Pacific content. Digs deep into podcast color. Schemes Manchester-based podcast dot co have opened their second podcast studio, this one's in downtown Manhattan in New York, the total US aid revenue for podcasting is projected to be about six hundred million dollars. This year, but only fifteen percent of podcasts. Monetize their content says, Anna, retire from Volk. She says that if half of the remaining podcasts, monetize it at the current rates that would mean an additional one point seven billion dollars of ad revenue that could be generated by podcasts case you're wondering who's Vouk's? They are unsurprisingly a tech enabled platform to help monetize the long tail of the podcasting industry microphone company. Heil sound has announced new distributors for South Korea Italy Greece, and Dubai, and our podcast pages now include links to I heart radio. Just search for your podcast. And if you are listed in iheart radio will now link straight to it in podcasts today, we highlight somebody somewhere and investigative journalism podcast looking at a double homicide in a homeless encampment in Seattle. It's the first podcast from Warner media podcast network that isn't associated with an existing TV video or digital brand new season of. By association started today. That's all about soccer or football. Robert plant has announced a podcast called digging deep with Robert plant's. What he did there. It's a series of personal reminiscences, and debuts on June. The third and rock guitarist, David Gilmour has also announced podcast called the David Gilmour podcast. According to the announcement, each episode will focus on specific guitars, played by Gilmore on some of the most well known Pink Floyd songs ever written each podcast would also be slightly too long contained. Relax rock guitar playing while Clare Torry, ad-lib, za word was June over the top of it. And if you listen while watching the wizard of Oz man, it's like amazing.

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"italy greece" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"italy greece" Discussed on WGN Radio

"So George went to a dance. An act that dance he fell in the pool with Mary hatch later, he was walking her home. They were feeling pretty good Clarence. As a matter of fact. Buffalo gals won't tonight. Come out tonight. Come out tonight. Tonight. Dance. Hey, Mary, we sound beautiful. Sure. Hey, you know, something Mary. I'd almost say you're the prettiest girl in town. You look wonderful light. Don't you say? I don't know. Maybe I will. Hey, how old are you? Anyway, eighteen eighteen seems only last year you were you're just seventeen. Hey, look where we are. The old Granville house. Yeah. I know. I gotta throw a raw come on even though it's deserted. I love this place. Now with deserted houses, you make a wish and then you try to bust a window. But it's such a lovely old house. I wanna live there some day. Although in there, I would live in there. If I were a ghost now watch this Mary. About that. Pretty good shot. I broke the window. What you wish for George where? Oh, I don't know. Not just one wish Marya a whole hat full of I'm leaving this crummy little town. I wanna see the world Italy Greece the Parthenon that's just this summer and coming back. I'm going to college to see what they know. Of course, of course. And then and I'm going to build things I'm going to build airfields bridges a mile long. And then I'm I'm gonna come on Mary. What is it that you want? You want the moon? Mary all you gotta do is just say the word, and I'll okay, I'll take it then watch. Then what? Well, well, then then you swallow it, and it dissolves and moonbeams shoot out of your fingers. And then you think I'm talking too much. I do why don't you just kiss her? Who said that say what I said, why don't you just kiss her? What's wrong with men today? What are they afraid of the Sosa's little emotion an inkling of affection as essential? Stories hold our took pitching. Woo finally fallen by the proverbial side. How will this godforsaken planet ever repopulate itself with a core of bubble gum blowing namby-pamby, and it's held this? Mike perspective. I'm walter. Jason grandfather. Well, hey, hey, hey, wait a minute there. Hey, you come back here. And I'll show you some kissing George, George uncle, Billy, look, I'm gonna kiss Mary. You can watch the car George. It's your father's a stroke. How's that what my father George getting?.

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"italy greece" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"italy greece" Discussed on WGN Radio

"We sound beautiful shar. Hey, you know, something Mary. I'd almost say you are the prettiest girl in town. You look wonderful. Don't you say it? I don't know. Maybe I will. Hey, how old are you? Anyway, eighteen eighteen seems only last year you were you're just seventeen. Hey, look where we are. The old Granville house. Yeah. I know. I gotta throw a raw. Now, George come on even though it's deserted. I love this old place now with deserted houses, you make a wish and then you try to bust the window. But it's such a lovely old house. I wanna live there some day all in there. I would live there. If I were a ghost now watch this Mary. About that. Pretty good shot. I broke the window. What you wish for George Bush? I don't know not just one wish Marya a whole hat full of them. You see I'm leaving this crummy little town. I wanna see the world Italy Greece the Parthenon that's just this summer. And I've coming back. I'm going to college to see what they know. Of course, of course. And then and I'm going to build things I'm going to build airfields bridges a mile long. And then I'm I'm gonna come on Mary. What is it that you want? You want the moon? Mary all you gotta do is just say the word and I'll okay the moon. I'll take it. Then what? Then what? Well. Well, then then you swallow it, and it dissolves and moonbeam shoot out of your fingers. And then you think I'm talking too much. Yeah. I do why don't you just kiss her? Who said that say what I said, why don't you just kiss her? What's wrong with men today? What are they afraid of his says little emotion, an inkling of affection has the centuries. Hold art of pitching. Woo finally fallen by the wayside. How will this godforsaken planet ever repopulated self with a core of bubble gum blowing namby-pamby editorial my perspective? I'm Walter Jacobs. His grandfather. Well, hey, hey, hey, you just wait a minute there. Hey, you you come back here. And I'll show you some kissing George, George uncle, Billy, look, I'm gonna kiss Mary. You can watch the car, George a stroke. How's that what my father George getting? Hurry..

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US's Bolton says more sanctions on Iran coming

Rush Limbaugh

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

US's Bolton says more sanctions on Iran coming

"Moore's national security adviser, John Bolton says there will be additional US sanctions on Iran today. The US we imposed a host of punishing sanctions intended to get Iran to wend it's nuclear program in stop destabilizing, the Middle East Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin is part of a maximum unprecedented. Economic pressure campaign. The United States is waging against the world's largest state sponsor of terror the US has pledged to completely stop purchases of crude oil from Iran eventually, but for now it says eight countries China India, South Korea, Japan, Italy, Greece Taiwan in Turkey can continue

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"italy greece" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"italy greece" Discussed on PRI's The World

"German government tried to attract as many Italian Greg's in Spanish to work in Germany for a period of tooth three four years, and then going back home and estimates the economies of Italy Greece in salon had recovered. There was no longer supply from these countries, and the German government started to attract people from Turkey, and did so until the seventy s the German government think that all those people would go home and did that happen. It was a basic idea that is people came only for work in Germany, and that after some years when they had made enough money, they would go back home. But they did not because they feel that they would have a better life, or at least better economic perspective in Germany, and then they got the right to bring the families to Germany, and it happened that they could live in. Germany just like living in Turkey, and therefore no integration of Turkish minority to place, but parallel societies emerged which we did not want to take into consideration. As a societal problem. What happened next, and what was the public mood or appetite for absorbing all of these foreigners as long as there was only this. Turkish minority in Germany, otherwise, no significant problem, but later on our liberal regulations on asylum-seekers attracted hundreds of thousands of alum seekers in the late eighties and the early nineties is oh, the Germans society at accept something like five hundred thousand six six hundred thousand immigrants in the early ninety s and in this time that same. Phobia this fear four having too many people from the outside world coming to Germany, only benefiting from the social secure-. Criti system in Germany, this kind of Santa phobia has grown up. Let me just jump in here and fast forward a bit and the late nineties all of this changed in Germany, a center left party came to power and completely overhaul the immigration system. It used to be that you could only be a citizen of Germany, if you had German blood, but in nineteen ninety nine Germany switched to birthright citizenship it extended citizenship to anyone born on German soil as long as one parent had legal status in Germany now back to my conversation with Verner pot south. I ask them what the consequences are for Germany today of that policy shift in one thousand nine hundred nine well, these regulations have created some problems, which would not have been SAVE S A R, if we had not had this huge influx of immigrants back in twenty fifteen some thing like a new seriousness in discussing these issues seems to reappear in German politics. And therefore, I feel that in the. Coming months and years. We will have a some not only ideological but practically minded debate on how we should handle our sit isn't ship issues. Yes. So what I'm hearing is that there have been a lot of ups and downs with citizenship in Germany that tracks migration to the country today twenty eighteen what have Germans decided that citizenship is there is no comes enter there is no agreement. There is sharp confrontation between both political camps. Indeed, Germany, never has had a clear immigration and integration policy, and they'll today Germany has nuclear policy on that. Does this remind you of the US in one way, it reminds me of the U S the difference is that ever since its beginnings years have been on immigration society. This has never been the case in Germany, and this I feel is basic difference in the culture. Bank account of all these problems. Of course that could all change under Donald Trump this go change on Donald Trump. And this is why we as Europeans look with so much interest in so much reality of what's going on of the United States, and the really help that the United States will not go down that way that imperial Germany went down being overconfident over its capacities and being over enthusiastic about its role in the build Verna an upsell political scientists at the technical university of Dresden. Thank you, very much was.

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"italy greece" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

07:31 min | 2 years ago

"italy greece" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"To the KKK radio after news brought to. You by right on a motive. The best. Deal in Pittsburgh on man's you know it's little Italy days in Bloomfield where set up right. At the intersection of liberty and Christopher Columbus way cedar village treat, so-called that too there's a stage right across the street from us. There's. Also Tambellini spread across. The way the boxy courts right next door were. Right in front of the pleasure bar you know where that intersection is that's it, stop on over and make sure you say hi will be here till about seven. O'clock tonight joining me now on the disk institute of Pittsburgh Newsline h Amy Meredith with Hefferin Tillotson Jamie good to have you my friend now great great to be here I want you to bring me a. Doggy bag all that good food out there Oh you better believe it I'll take care of you. Know downright hey I have a question for you there's a report, out that we are now sitting on thirteen point three trillion dollars. Of. Consumer debt and we're. Talking about death of all types from mortgages and. Cars and credit cards and more What does, that say to you is that a reason for optimism or is, there a reason for concern How do you interpret this well I think it's a little bit of both one so let's take the optimistic side of the good news is consumers are confident consumers are comfortable pulling more debt in and banks. Who hopefully have learned from the lessons of two thousand eight and tighter lending standards are comfortable lending more so if everything. Works, the way, it's supposed to the fact that consumers are receiving more. Debt is is a good thing now of course you see the size largest amount of household, debt ever that's scary sign because at some point, things won't be going as well. As they are today and. Those debts just aren't going to go away they're, still going, to be there so that's, the concerning. Thing but also if you look at some. Other measures household debt relatives to? Income is very very low it's only about ten percent right now back The, peak of two thousand eight it was about. Thirteen percent so by Bennie. Many many measures consumers are in a, decent fiscal position to support this debt but anytime you see. The greatest that ever I know for me that gives me, pause it would seem to? Me, that we go into debt at the wrong times. There would be a reason for debt when the economy is not going well and when the economy is going really well that would be a great time to pay down debt am I missing something no in a perfect world you're. Right we would we would certainly use debt responsibly but we don't we we as consumers in the world have very short. Memories, when things, are going great we forget that it's the it's it's. Gonna snow and it's going to rain and then when that happens we could all socks and, surprised and say well who would have thought this. Would have happened so that's the. Scary thing so when we. Look at this debt now we're going to be, wanting to, watch those other measures we're, going to. Be wanting to watch that payments as a Percent of income and debt relative to. Household wealth and again? Those, numbers are are manageable, right now, so even. If there was a downturn over, the next year. Or two it appears the consumers are in in strong enough health to weather that but. If if if things are, moving in the wrong direction that would certainly give. Us pause when you take, a look at tesla and the news that, is, out whether it's the Eli mosque and tweets. And now there's this x.. Tesla employees and he seems to be, kind of spilling the beans on a couple of issues to. The gigafactory and how it's the link toy Mexican drug gang What do you do with tesla at this point well I, think tesla even without these headlines Tesla's a very risky investment it's potentially the future but his tesla going to be the future, or is a, Toyota or GM or companies with much, deeper pockets much more established a base in in car manufacturing are they going to be the ones that survive but you know to give tesla credit This is they are plowing a new territory in. Their cars are doing, well they're making a great vehicle but that's where you gotta stop in and shake your head and say wow, to send out those tweets to be saying things. That the CEO of a major public corporation who? Really this isn't his first goal round You know he he's he's run pay pal. He's run a couple of. Different companies in the public eye for him to. Be fairly irresponsible tweeting things, out that could potentially get him into a great deal of trouble is, is, is a bit of a head scratcher and and you're right when you look at the stock there's a lot of investors concern right now You want to own this stock before we learn what's going to happen from the SEC. You're going to be. A fine they're going to be, some sort of restriction what's going to happen It's. A it's a very uncertain time to own. The stock right now And what do you think about Turkey, there was, initially a great concern about Turkey when it comes to tariffs Over this pastor issue and the president? And then it seems as though that kind of turned around really quick What's happening is into what extent should we. Be concerned are are you monitoring this well I. Think Turkey on its own is not an impact for Konami it's it's it's very important for strategic reason region so physically Turkey separates the west from the. Middle East Turkey is a bridge between western Christian nations and Islam ick A Middle Eastern nations in Turkey for the longest time has been, a very good friend in a bridge in. Between the two turkeys also an emerging, economy and from an economic standpoint one of the things. We're worried about is something, called, contagion where one emerging economy gets into some trouble and that creates a great deal of tightening in other places which which starts to snowball. In, it and it creates a, bit, of a disaster so when. The markets look at. This. They're not necessarily looking at the today impact a Turkey they're. They're trying to say well what happens if this gets worse. Than this spreads and and the. Wall Street starts tighten up over here and starts asking questions? Over there now the? Good, news is we're we're we're not seeing that contagion we're seeing some. Containment okay what the concern is is in the. Gentleman's name escapes me the prime minister of Turkey seems to be doing everything wrong he's he's not following modern economic Pathways to solve Turkey's problems. And, a lot of the, modern, a Wall Street in in Europe is saying well you need to threaten interest rates you need to create liquidity you need to do these. Things, to help your economy he's, stubbornly, refusing so that's I think. I understand and I. Brought. It up because of comparisons made to Greece and then the. Portugal Italy Greece thing from a couple of years ago but. I appreciate your insights Jamie Meredith Yes Jamie Meredith with Hefferin. Tillerson joining us. On the, discus Pittsburgh Newsline thank you Jamie it's.

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Ex-Tesla employee says "Gigafactory" workers linked to Mexican drug gang

Steve Dahl

01:45 min | 2 years ago

Ex-Tesla employee says "Gigafactory" workers linked to Mexican drug gang

"When you take, a look at tesla and the news that, is, out whether it's the Eli mosque and tweets. And now there's this x.. Tesla employees and he seems to be, kind of spilling the beans on a couple of issues to. The gigafactory and how it's the link toy Mexican drug gang What do you do with tesla at this point well I, think tesla even without these headlines Tesla's a very risky investment it's potentially the future but his tesla going to be the future, or is a, Toyota or GM or companies with much, deeper pockets much more established a base in in car manufacturing are they going to be the ones that survive but you know to give tesla credit This is they are plowing a new territory in. Their cars are doing, well they're making a great vehicle but that's where you gotta stop in and shake your head and say wow, to send out those tweets to be saying things. That the CEO of a major public corporation who? Really this isn't his first goal round You know he he's he's run pay pal. He's run a couple of. Different companies in the public eye for him to. Be fairly irresponsible tweeting things, out that could potentially get him into a great deal of trouble is, is, is a bit of a head scratcher and and you're right when you look at the stock there's a lot of investors concern right now You want to own this stock before we learn what's going to happen from the SEC. You're going to be. A fine they're going to be, some sort of restriction what's going to happen It's. A it's a very uncertain time to own. The stock

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"italy greece" Discussed on WWL

WWL

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"italy greece" Discussed on WWL

"Gulf south wwl am fm and dot com we're back and we're talking about the issues under prime minister's maze administration that she's having relative to brexit let's go to line one talk to jay what say you jay good morning good morning yeah you know whenever you have a guy from the heritage foundation on a lot of distortions that slow from that open border you know we're taining taking into custody a lot of folks on the border that doesn't sound like an open border and these folks are refugees the only comparison with what's happening in europe is that they have a refugee situation as well which he was bleeding over into talking about legal immigrants there's a they're all the same let me just stop you one second first off he didn't make those statements i asked the question i made the comparison of some of the immigration issue no they in europe they have open borders it's part of that's part of their e you packed and he was talking about the trials and tribulations that a number of the administration's over there of any number of countries are having as a result of that open border policy but he also suggested we have an open border problem here no no no i suggested that they were very similar issues one being asylum part of the reason and this is the thing that we don't have the issue in canada if you get rejected for asylum in the us you go back to canada we have a packed with canada we do not have that with mexico well one of the european union packs is that the original country that you hit of the e u members is the deity meeting contrary in interview apply for asylum in another country because that's not where you ultimately want to stay let's say italy you go back to italy under the eu and what's happening is italy greece uk news update president trump's resort and scott tweeting because we some protesters demanded he go home demonstrators say he's definitely racists the misogynist the homeless situation loan spread them out thanks to that cbs news correspondent steve traveling with mr trump spent some of his day on the ball all sorts for summit next week tomorrow trump tweeted that he blames the obama administration for not doing enough to stop russian hacking plenty sixteen presidential election russians have any democrats want mr trump to cancel the white house says two thousand eighteen cbs and this is my place dot's diner come on in and see what's cooking today i don't even start cooking tear your honest so everything's good and i promise that dots will fill you up without draining your wallet so come see me any damn we were you twenty four seven up early out late are just need a.

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"italy greece" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"italy greece" Discussed on KQED Radio

"New products new services new experiences that will grow the economy magic to meet the needs which was what we always talk about old age we talk about needs but the new generation gap is a new generation of wants and demands from generation that previously was polite and quiet in waited to be visited i doubt whether the baby boomers or any generation that follows them are going to be nearly as polite as the parents that they had before them well there are vanguard nations there's a cluster of them are they doing it better are they figuring out some of the things that we're going to have to understand as the community of nations enters more forcefully into this demographic territory japan italy greece germany why what are they showing us what are they modeling that that shows us book both what the challenges are but what some of the good ideas are so i i think one of the challenges got here is that actually we simply have we have a simple idea of what i would ages and the crates fixing problems but actually what we're finding courses as an older behalf becomes very heterogeneous and actually outages effort very bad marker of what people's needs to be i'm the same time i would time we changed the relationship between age and elf two different countries have host different sets of problems i think if i were to think about what japan is done remarkably well one is it is a bit of an outline thames longevity of people but also it seems to done very well in terms of getting everyone to live for a long time perhaps that may be one of his challenges at the you can the us there's this massive inequality in life expectancy and i think that's one area where a lot needs to be done and is at about employment is that about education or is it about healthcare but i think if you look at italy in japan they've done that remarkably well japan and south korea to have done very well they got declining workforce's but they've also been major investors in robotics as joe was saying earlier.

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"italy greece" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"italy greece" Discussed on KQED Radio

"New services new experiences that will grow the economy not just to meet the needs which was what we always talk about old age we talk about needs but the new generation gap is a new generation of wants and demands from generation that previously was polite and quiet in waited to be visited i doubt whether the baby boomers or any generation that follows them are going to be nearly as polite as the parents that they had before them well there are vanguard nations there's a cluster of them are they doing it better are they figuring out some of the things that we're going to have to understand as the community of nations enters more forcefully into this demographic territory japan italy greece germany wha what are they showing us what are they modeling that that shows us book both what the challenges are but what some of the good ideas are so i i think one of the john's here is that actually we simple have we have a simple idea of what i would ages and the crates as fixed set of problems but actually what we're finance courses as an older the half becomes very heterogeneous and actually old ages for very bad markup of what people's needs to be i'm the same time i would time we changed relationship between age and health different countries have host different sets of problems i think if i were to think about what japan is done remarkably well one is it is a bit of an outline thames longevity of people but also it seems to done very well in terms of getting everyone to live for a long time perhaps that may be one of his challenges at the you can the us there's this massive inequality in life expectancy and i think that's one area where a lot needs to be done is that about employment is at about education or is it about healthcare but i think if you look at italy in japan they've done that remarkably well japan and south korea to have done very well they go declining workforces but they've also been major investors in robotics as joe was saying earlier.

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"italy greece" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"italy greece" Discussed on Ologies

"Ooh little so what was john's entree into mythology headed did that big heavy dusty door crews gil when i saw raiders of the lost ark i determined that was what i wanted my life to be really but i grew up in the oilfields of his taxes and archaeologist was not anything that people really did for a living so you know i got involved in technology and film and television all sorts of other types of storytelling but really my heart was going back to freighters the lost ark and seeing indiana jones travel around the world and not to solve mysteries but come in contact with the ancient stories and relics and symbols that had existed for thousands of years and bringing interpretation to those things so he kept hearing this name jessica bandied about by screenwriting there is any he started to go down rabbit holes raining his work and then he found out campbell's library archives were in santa barbara and not be pacifica graduate institute offered a ph d in mythology and archaeological connections to methology and he was like quoted he probably had a more eloquent reaction but you know what i'm saying i thought this is as close to indiana jones is i may ever get in my life so i am i really do believe whatever win pursuing in our lives if it's our passion it probably goes back something very young within us in for me it was going back to this little movie theater in downtown tyler taxes that or we had broken seats in smelled like mildew but somehow in the darkness among strangers i was transported to another world where it ventures took over my life and i knew i wanted my life to be full of the sort of adventures i was seeing playing out in this waking dream on the screen when you attain a ph d in mythology your life may entail travels to places such as italy greece malta which is an insanely tiny island off the coast of sicily that i just looked up and dubai where he may help infuse the ancient stories at mythology into amusement park exhibits and other cost off and so on at least if you're john tucker who i imagine has to stable extra pages into us.

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"italy greece" Discussed on 790 WAEB

790 WAEB

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"italy greece" Discussed on 790 WAEB

"Grubman dan over the fivestorey technician mm no two welcome back your guide with ron wilson rita hiking felt in the house this morning a note reading you hear me talk a lot about the bonny lee yeah ramli give angered graders all the every three cabbage class you've had your greg yeah they love that now do that as well well every year we get to interview a few of the winners the winners being that the you'll once they're done they turned to write a story and all that and then the bonnie plants picks a winner from each state and they give monty fuller scholarship what a great idea yeah and it is and and all programmes a great idea and of course katie staglieno remember katie and all that she's the mp originator well yes so you know from way back when well today we have the ohio state winter her name is omri fret fetch it could morning good morning operee in writing good to have you on our show now that the their school is montzen elementary in the chard no high oil and who is the teacher arly all right and and this she kinda ask you guys if you wanted to do this or she does dive into it well my third day teachers in as well she just kinda gave us the plant at the lake march and we just kinda took it home and stirred toyota right the plants and you guys took him home and have you done this before our low so you're not a gardener well i drew garned i just i'm never going to cavaco concede never going to comes mom and dad had a garden yeah my mom does all your mom does so she she know a little bit about it then to help you allied so you took the cabby chogm in your it and i like where your planet it because it's kinda like container garden you've or raise bed guarding with a tractor tire run at the nice blue tracked retire yeah are we got it i know very well steer chris from his farm you spray painted it and restripped be spray painted blue and then italy greece stuff of it it really looks nice and then you put the cabbage in the metal and then you've got was that mira goals around the outside so the.

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"italy greece" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"italy greece" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"For day could numbering two the millions which walking about border areas in china that adult does this early very wellequipped to handle population flow of that size in the shade numbers involved intense at the medical require of and the living requirements at the very best of times refugees a very difficult to handle we seen this in europe itself later developed country with pretty sophisticated infrastructure in places like italy greece southeast new york struggled to handle the flows from north africa the middle east pets the difficult you can imagine how much more difficult it would be that's it has pizza examples of bangladeshi the case beyond law refugees diverting yeah you can imagine walked a type of have all lessdeveloped areas of china without those facilities which are less prosperous sesaon josie the from roussy jonathan is isn't this just sensible contingency planning bar joyner ease the kind of thing that i responsible government does plans ahead for stuff yes it is an identity once and read into that the uh season thing things you know there's gonna be a resume collapse in those korea tomorrow it since willing and what's interesting is some months ago when i was in beijing people there was saying what we're really frightened off is not just a collapse in north korea but some kind of warlord amic breaking out there with nuclear weapons available and then mushroom clouds over manchuria and they were that point thinking of the danger to northeast china of what might happen in north korea and of course as you just heard from your ileana participant uh you were running won't go this is actually the northeast of china is the part of china that easily most depressed the province is up there the four provinces there are virtually in recession as a lot of political uncertainty are a lot of unemployment and the last thing they want is to have an uncontrolled wave of a million two million however many million north koreans coming over the border so yes it sensible precautionary planning or tim is there.

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"italy greece" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"italy greece" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Well um we're talking about a very sizeable states which will give out a refugee slow that jump could number into the millions um which working about border areas in china that did not necessarily very wellequipped to handle the population flow of that size um in the shade numbers involved intense at the medical requirements the living requirements at the very best of times refugees a very difficult to handle we seen this in europe itself a developed country uh with pretty sophisticated infrastructure in places like italy greece southsoutheast new york struggled to handle the flows from north africa the middle east that's the difficult you can imagine how much more difficult it would be um that's it has pizza examples of bangladesh should the case beyond the refugees diverting yet uh you can actually walked out detect will have all lessdeveloped areas of china without those of facilities which are less prosperous and of course if the government count symbol added plucks that would risk promote free throws younger amongst basic chinese unlock the local population and i would have a backlash the political stability of chinese government itself and of course every chinese gove belts everything has one eye on political stability soho does beijing view the doom jong uh own governments at the moment do that wants to keep its running all other just simply be looking at sports mice happen in the future oldie sent me a lot keep it running um they've ues of major headache as a liability not ally but of course it's alive lsu could should it collapsed shoot it leave not only with the impact on china be devastating attempts of refugees intensive um did meet the cash chris population but much more significant either mass uh east possibility feet of reunification on terms it a uh hostile to china onto terms that effectively faith of the government in seoul that will result in eight pro us government taking over the to use to create the did chiller all the way up to the chinese border itself that is completely unacceptable fate jiang uh and so.

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"italy greece" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"italy greece" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Race and become more and more competitive overtime countries like france germany spain and italy greece and country after country have lowered their corporate tax rates far less than our rates today indeed the average european corporate statutory rate is around eighteen or nineteen percent the united states remains stuck at thirty five the highest statutory tax rate industrialized world when it company decides that it wants to expand or by new equipment it looks at these rates to see how much extra revenue it needs to generate in order to make the expansion profitable the higher rate the harder it is to generate enough revenue to justify the investment it doesn't take much more than this charter loan to know that investing abroad has made a lot of sense too far too many people businesses have responded to this they've moved as a result they've invested in capital as a result business investment in capital in the united states is that a is that a low investments in new structures equipment intellectual property some its lowest rates we've seen indeed council of economic advisers chairman kevin hassett recently warned that there is a crisis in our country because of the lack of what's called capital deepening which is just what a economist would use for the term meaning the impact of capital stock on worker productivity worker productivity intern is what drives up wages it makes sense the more productive a worker is the more the employer is willing to pay that worker to keep him or her and that leads us to the other piece of information that's important to look at you can see the effects here the relationship between corporate profits and wages has broken down over the past couple of decades prior to 1990 when corporate profits went up by one percent wages went up by more than one percent but that has changed because of our uncompetitive tax system from two thousand eight to two thousand sixteen a one percent increase in corporate profits corresponded with only eight point three percent increase in wages in worker wages and so when we hear about a growing growing income inequality which is something we have to address this is part of the story this is part of the reason we have income inequality because that ratio has shifted as a result of people going overseas might have been kept overseas and our tax rates simply being.

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"italy greece" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"italy greece" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"Uh i was you know i was using my bully pulpit uh at upside dot com mostly where i would cut a ready calls up the side uh to draw attention to this and why i thought you know cal should get more votes and i would get letters or emails at the time i guess boost lick from uh p i read people and some of them would say how can sports illustrated allow michael two who legally you you know in his finest one of these steel bowl ally and my response i used to do email reply calls because they were five due before twitter so i basically my reply was always like or maybe you're somewhere that you're leaving school head god on to providence to acquire this bully pulpit and then also simultaneously would be shameless about to use it in this you know completely onesided way than you would have a counterpoint so i make no apologies gobert they will go to the rose bowl i was so happy when the cult's finally won because of that any anything literally hell has frozen over right and my writing partner uh the guy was coast sports editor with uh uh the deal a cow went to nutrient here as italy greece chicago could so this poor kid with have to double whammy he was a cubs didn't in cal fast for life i just i i can about that that you know more's lead one down one to go i guess that's right yeah nego so you leave cow you work for these santa rosa press democrat covering the niners in the warriors dan covering the niners four the sacramento union than you work for pro football weekly the sporting news you end of it asks i in '94 is that the right time line.

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