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"jeanneret" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

Lovett or Leave It

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"jeanneret" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

"Welcome to the twenty second episode of Love it or leave it back in the closet. Close. You. Can't. Do. That song was sent in by Richard Neal and Richard I. See we did there. Okay. So that goes out to all the pen heads because that may or may not be a deep cut reference of the sixteen, Hundred Penn the song. Incredible. We want to use a new theme each week. If you WANNA make one, you can send it to us at hey, at crooked dot com and maybe we'll use yours. I cannot believe at this point if you include Travis's truly abysmal rendition, we have now heard twenty two versions of the theme they've been amazing. So tweeted at me. will use it. Thanks a lot. Also, we just want everybody to know that we have a new show coming out of Media Ben, Rhodes former deputy, national security advisor to President. Obama Co host of positive. The world will host missing America a new limited series about how the US under trump has stopped leading the free world and started trying to dismantle it and this absence of leadership a host of political diseases sweeping the planet from nationalism to authoritarian sectarianism and disinformation. Ben Speaks to inspiring leaders and activists from around the world of what's happening in their countries and how they're fighting hard to take up the slack in America's absence show. From the rise of nationalism and right wing populism that has taken hold in. So many places learning from their examples and advice will cover what the US can do at home and abroad to confront these challenges. I've Ernie heard a bunch of these episodes. You'll really appreciate them you will learn a lot. They will be really informative and help you kind of think about this moment. The first episode drops next Tuesday August eleventh listened to the Trailer and subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts and please listen to this week's episode of unholy than now host Phil Picardy talks to to Trans Activists Raquel Willis and Jeanneret Sarah about the ways in which trans people have been revered throughout history religiously and what it means for uplifting trance lives today subscribe and listen now on Apple podcast spotify or.

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"jeanneret" Discussed on Gastropod

Gastropod

08:44 min | 3 months ago

"jeanneret" Discussed on Gastropod

"But there's also lots of monkey and antelope an alligator and Pangolin meat. Which is often perfectly legal. And it's eaten by rich and poor alike you can go to Kinshasa Grand Hotel and there. You have antelope stakes. You have porcupine so all these fancy restaurants. You can find plates of Boa Crocodile Turtle and there's also a huge market outside Congo for wild meat from the Congo. And it's no longer just village people subsisting but it's really become a globalized trade. It's estimated that nearly two hundred seventy tons of wild me is smuggled into Europe every year it basically in people's suitcases. The Wildlife Trade is the third largest black market trade in the world after Guns and drugs so it's this incredibly large thing. Jeanneret says that wild animal ranching is actually being put forward as a solution in the Congo away to help meet this huge demand for wild meat while preserving the last remaining wild populations in the forest. So they're trying to sort of semi domesticate. Some of these wild animals particularly ones like porcupine or forest rodents that grow really quickly and are easier to sort of ranch. Domestically the economics are very difficult because a game farmer still has to wait for these animals to mature whereas one hundred can just go into the forest and find one for free so the economics are difficult. Also these animals because they're wild. They don't put on fat in the same way they don't convert feed to protein has domesticated animals do so wrenching tough but banning wild animal meat doesn't seem to be a solution people all over the world want to eat meat particularly the meat that their ancestors ate. It's really a conundrum. It's easy to sympathize with the conservationist point of view. These animals in their habitat are so threatened. But it's also hard to argue. That people shouldn't be able to eat this traditional food. It was such an interesting thread throughout this book. The sort of contradiction between the very normal an almost healthy practice of eating wild foods and really the need to conserve them or ways to not deplete these resources You know unlike domesticated animals wild animals. They don't exist in the same level of abundance within the landscape you need a lot more land to raise for instance one forest buffalo than you might with cattle crowded into industrial size ranching so even from a land use perspective. It's hard to imagine how we could ever scale up to meet the demand for Jeanneret. Became a question of privilege versus need so a rich person. Living in an urban area back can pay you one hundred dollars for Pangolin. Should they be allowed to eat that? I'm not sure but a poor person living the forest where this is their only source of protein. They definitely should be able to subsist on this. Which again is easy. Do agree with but almost impossible to implement in real life so maybe this brings us back to wrenching. At least one of the answers for how to balance the demand for wild meet with preserving the forest and the animals in it but that brings the question of what is truly wild. If we humans are involved in helping raise the animals are they still wild which in turn brings us to eating bird spit? So the trade and edible? Bird's is totally fascinating. I hadn't heard anything about it before I started working on this book. I'd heard of eating bird's nest soup at Chinese restaurants. It just hadn't really thought about what that actually was. Essentially these national are made out of the spirit of a cave. Dwelling bird called swiftlet. So the birds make their nest by weaving these strands of protein-rich spit that sort of half moon like cops and people turn them into soup and various drinks? There's lots of different species of swiftlet to really used for their nests and they lived throughout Southeast Asia and primarily in limestone caves drafted forests. These are really mostly hardened saliva but they have some feathers stuck in there too. It varies by species. So some swift witness or ninety five percent spit and summer. Just half spit now. The interesting thing. Is that the wildness. Because they are here to the walls of these kate. These limestone caves over time as water. Trickles down along the walls minerals absorbed into the nest so the nest take on these kind of straight. Asians of color. Sometimes they're a bit orange sometimes. They're bet red and they kind of almost like st shells or something. They're very beautiful looking. They do send beautiful to look at who I got the idea to eat. Bird's nest the trading edible. Bird's nests actually goes way back to the Ming Dynasty in China which is like the mid thirteenth hundreds. And we kind of know that. Because there's been this Ming Dynasty Chinese porcelain found throughout the southeast. Asian Caves. No one knows who brought the first bird's nest back to China or who decided to turn it into a soup but as usual. There is an origin story that people love to tell throughout the fourteenth century in China. Merchants followed the cycles of the monsoon. So they travel south in the summer to Southeast Asia and then return in the winter and they'd bring back whatever kinds of strange new foods that they could in order to impress the Beijing elite. So one story is that one of these explorers brought back sixty bird's nest to the emperor. The emperor was probably pretty intrigued by these tiny colorful wild birds nests. But he only had a few of them and he had so many nobles and concubines that he wanted to give a taste to. What could he do to stretch? The bird's nests out so he had his shop turning into a soup a lovely story but whoever actually came up with the idea. Bird's nest soup ended up becoming super popular with the Chinese elite. It was an essential banquet dish which meant that people all over Southeast Asia could make a pretty penny harvesting the nests traditionally these these nests were harvested from these caves on either bamboo or a Tan ladders and people would go up there with these lamps and basically knocked down as many as they could and it's still some of the caves are still harvested in a very similar method. I mean they've gone from bamboo ladders to meddle ladders. But it's still an incredibly dangerous job watching these men hundreds of feet up in the air with little guideline ropes to keep them from falling over the centuries the men on ladder sold lots and lots of bird's nests and the soup became more and more popular in China and then in the early to mid nineteen hundred. Something strange started to happen. What's really interesting is. There's been this slow shift where the birds have actually started to domesticate themselves. The birds apparently really were the ones that kind of started the whole thing in the eighteen. Eighty S on island of Java Indonesia. Some of these Whiteness flits started nesting in people's homes. Just of their own volition. It was out for a flying one day from the cave and maybe saw overhang and it looks nice. And they decided to start nesting there so in the nineteen thirties. There is an economic slump throughout Southeast Asia and there was a lot of these abandoned shophouses and this provided really excellent habitat for the birds then after World War. Two people began to sort of realize that these nests were valuable. They would darken their houses to encourage the birds to come. They'd make more like caves. Sort of adding different horizontal struts to the ceiling to create more areas for the birds to nest and people notice something else interesting swiftlets return to where they were born so if a baby was born in a house then the swiftlet would come back to that house to nest once it was an adult so the population of these emmy domesticated swiftlets started to grow but the swiftlet ranching industry was still pretty tiny until China's economy took off in the nineteen ninety s and the new Chinese middle-class suddenly had the money as well as the desire to eat like the elites and at the same time the wildness population. The wildsmith lippard's was becoming really decimated. I did my research on the island of Borneo and ninety five percent of the cave. The Wild Cave swiftlets disappeared. The population just completely crashed so swiftlet. Ranching really became the way to go. There are now more than ten thousand of these birdhouses Justin Malaysia and their special swiftlet architects consultants. It's a whole industry. I like to think of it sort of like we do with bees. The bees aren't necessarily domesticated. They're free to come and go. But we've kind of provided the housing for them so it's really similar with birds and these. These buildings have caused a lot of conflict. Actually because they can smell really bad. They often have these loudspeakers that play these recorded. Swiftlet recordings so they play up to one hundred different. Sounds these swiftlets. Soundtracks are loud and not super pleasant for humans but supposedly they soothe in attract the birds and the birds now actively seek out houses to nest in rather than natural caves and today. These nests aren't just for Soup People. Think the bird's nests have healing powers?.

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Eating the Wild: from the lost primeval forests of Europe to Robin Hood

Gastropod

08:10 min | 3 months ago

Eating the Wild: from the lost primeval forests of Europe to Robin Hood

"Used to be covered in these dense wet deciduous forests which is very different from what we see today where really hardly any of this primeval force exists anymore for her book feasting. Wild jeanneret actually visited one of the last tiny slivers of European primeval forest. It's in Poland. And it really is just a shadow of its former. Self Europe's forests were so vast that actually we think that the root of the word wilderness came from descriptions of these places the roots of the words wild and wilderness. I'll go back to untamed animals. The forest was a place. Teeming WITH ANIMALS UNGOVERNED BY HUMAN HANDS UNGOVERNED BUT NOT UNTOUCHED FOR THOUSANDS OF YEARS. Europeans would go into the forest to find dinner day all kinds of animals wild boar venison there is something called the RMC which is the precursor to domesticated cattle. There was for a spice in moves the animals so abundant here. That really there was no form of hunting restriction it was abundant but it was also really valued killing a huge wild animal and then being able to share it was a sign of how wealthy and powerful you are. King said to have lots of wild game. At all their banquets. Animals would be breezed in rosewater and spices. Sometimes they would be covered in gold leaf and brought to the table hole and kind of carved up in front of the guests so while it was very much a form of status for kings so by the Middle Ages Those Morris. Were already starting to shrink between one thousand. Ad and thirteen hundred thirteen hundred. Europe's population grew by about fifty million people and all of those people needed to eat so there was increasing. Need to cut down the forests in order to grow grain and various crops and then also would was used for everything it was used for building houses and making carts by the fourteen and fifteen hundred. Europeans began sailing around the world. They first set forth to trade and then to stake their claim on foreign lands is colonialism spread across the globe. There was demand for very large old growth trees to create the ship. Masts that were needed and as early as the eleventh century The demand for wood was really threatening the forest where these kings went out and hunted the game meat that was so important to their diets and their status. Gina races that originally European forests had mostly being treated as common land. Anyone could hunt there. But as far back as ancient Rome the elite had sat down laws saying yes anyone could hunt but only as long as they weren't trespassing sort of by Default European kings and noblemen were the ultimate owners of the forest so as European king started to see their game meat being threatened by the need for Forest Land Day set out some very similar conservation measures whereby the king really restricted access to hunting in his forest. This is really the beginning of modern conservation lives whereby people were kept out of the forests. It's weird to think of royalty preserving their hunting grounds and keeping out the poor folk as the blueprint for the conservation movement. But jeanneret says these laws were really some of the earliest forms of environmental legislation forests. Were no longer for everyone to use as they pleased they were just for the Kings. They had very large administrative networks to manage this for so the forest wardens would they would hand out hunting licenses. They would make sure that game. Animals didn't starve winter or in times of drought. Sometimes they would prepare the venison for royal feasts and they would mete out. Punishments punishments were usually for poaching and they were definitely not just a slap on the wrist. If you ignored the game laws you could have a trial by hot iron and if you were found guilty then your eyes would be torn out or you were castrated. So poaching really big deal. The kings went to great lengths to prevent people from poaching and this had an impact on how people related to the natural world around them. The forest said always been wild in earlier centuries in Europe. They'd even been places of spirituality. But at this point the forests started to become scary rather than sacred. The authorities deliberately painted a picture of forests filled with outlaws and rebels dangerous rule breakers people who posed a threat to society with the stories. The authorities told a violent outlaws in the forest. Some of those were based on reality. There were people breaking the rules in the forest but they were breaking them because they thought the rules were unfair and they were hungry for poor people. This was one former getting food. And any time there was an economic downturn hunting would rise poaching would rise in the forests and so people did find it as an active resistance against the sort of forms of power and some of the rebels who broke the rules and hunted in the forest. They actually became folk. Heroes like Robin Hood and his band of Merry men. So Robin Hood was stealing from the rich and giving to the poor but this also came out of this idea that the force were not necessarily landscapes that poor people were allowed to access or use the resources of and so it wasn't active resistance to go in there and to get in game animals and feed yourself on one level. This is a story of power who could hunt and eat the wild game and wendling European forests and who couldn't that it's also the story of the impact that split between rich hunters and bore poachers had on how Europeans thought of wild food and the whole concept of the wild and wilderness. This is a very particular way of thinking of wild meat. As game to be hunted for sport by the elites and otherwise off limits and this is a template that the Europeans took with them as they colonized countries around the world so when the first European colonists arrived in the Congo Basin they sort of carried this cultural baggage of seeing forest as these dark empty wastelands without people so even though there were a long history of human habitation and numerous groups living in the Congo Basin forests. The European comments kind of didn't see them and there was this real sense of Europeans thought of this landscape as Darkest Africa. Take David Livingston. He was a Scottish missionary and explorer. Who is obsessed with finding the source of the Nile? He did a an exploratory expedition across the Congo wilderness. And he described Congress for us as suffocating wilderness and people waste that seem to have an oppressive silence so in May of eighteen eighty five. The you know quote unquote international community. Which is England France Germany Belgium and Italy? They recognize King Leopold the second of Belgium as having a sovereign claim over much of the Congo and five years later these same countries created what was effectively the first international conservation law this lowest passed in the early nineteen hundreds and it was called the Convention for the preservation of wild animals birds and fish in Africa. Local people couldn't hunt or trap or fish in certain areas of the country. The law was modeled. After the way European forests had become protected game reserves for rich people rich people in particular but of course just like in Europe the forests in Africa weren't actually pristine empty wildernesses before there were plenty of people who depended on them. There were a lot of different groups. Living in the Congo forest somewhere. More nomadic hunter-gatherers others were farming communities living within the rain forest but for all of these groups wild meat provided a very essential source of food. So there were all kinds of animals being eaten everything from various kinds of antelope to forest buffalo wild boar monkeys. You know just hundreds of different animals that communities ate in the forest there were cultural. Taboos around eating certain species particularly ones that were long lived and slow to reproduce like elephants which could and did occasionally provide a lot of meat was considered a sacred act to kill an elephant similar with eating bonobos which are great ape. That's very similar to us. There were beliefs that there is a direct link to that ancestral spirit world so all of these cultural beliefs had an ecological basis to really help conserve animals that had large social complex social groupings or were slow growing and thus thunderbolts over

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"jeanneret" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

09:49 min | 10 months ago

"jeanneret" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"The case remained open and as the months and years his past with still missing on chess lutes gathered online to discuss the ongoing investigation and the prime suspects possible. Whereabouts Store outcome some speculated that Debbie had gone on the run not from law enforcement but from another unknown threat relatives chiefs of the Dupont? The League in his family joined in on the debates offering further insight into exactly as background. Some were willing to believe he sisters theory that the family was still alive on Wednesday. July Fifth Dane two thousand fifteen just over four years after the murders is a Paris based journalist working for the international news agency as John Sprints Press for saved an envelope by post it contained a candid photograph of brothers Autho and Ben Wa Dupont. Delay Guinness sitting side by side. A dining room table author appeared to be made compensation with some on the other side of the table while Ben Wa was eating a meal and looking plight handwritten in French Sean. The back of the photo with a capitalized. The words I am still alive underneath in smaller writing have read from then until they start not July. Eleven two thousand fifteen and we saw with the name career to Porn Delay Guinness Debates Sword. I but whether the message was genuine nor nor the photo had never the bane published before yet author and Ben Wa Repeat The bay the same age in the majors they were at the time of their murder Mendez of as family family dismissed it as a fake adamant that would reach out to them long before he contacted the press additionally insane almost impossible possible that he would still be Nantes a photo journalist from Nantes thought. He recognized the photo and went digging through his Akos. Hey discovered that in two thousand eleven. He had seen the image during the silent March held in the wake of the murders and taken a photo of it which he still had on file while confirming. That was not racin. The Photo Wendy envelope were tested for day fingerprints while the handwriting was analyzed with police ultimately dismissing it as a hoax over the years alleged sightings of Savia Dupont Dupont the league. Ns continued to be reported from far and wide including Juan in central France on Monday October. Seventeen two thousand sixteen. Aw A man. Bearing a strong resemblance to have caught the attention of Boston. Softer flaying casino without claiming his winnings after reviewing say-say tape footage investigators deign to the resemblance to be so remarkable that the sighting seemed to reliable a spokesperson person told the media. This is a highly sensitive affair and way of doing all. We can't verify the largeness we fully intend and to bring this man to justice. A manhunt was launched and the individual was located. Who turned out to be? No more than a lookalike. Ah Fourteen months LYDA. Police received a tip off. That Zambia was seeking refuge in an isolated monastery in Rocca Brune Sarah Russians that served as a place of worship for a reclusive order of Catholic monks given its proximity to the location where Exurbia was lost seen gene. It had already been searched in two thousand eleven but no sign of the fugitive was uncovered in two thousand nineteen. Sue Worship is is recognized one of the monks who regularly served amass as bearing a resemblance to exist via during morning mass on Tuesday January. Very non two thousand nineteen two plainclothes detectives entered the chapel wet full monks including the one suspected to beg zowie would giving the Holy Holy Sacrament to full worship is the one purported to be Zavareh was identified as fifty three year old brother Jeanneret Joseph who was oblivious to the fact he'd been pinned does the wanted mass murderer brother. Joseph had been living at the monastery for many years including when the that is to place he later told a French news network that while he could accept that he's agent hot correspondent with Zev as the to bore no the resemblances. He found it hard to conceive that a monastery could be suspected of hiding and mass murderer and said that. If it's Abbey had apprised urged he would have told him to surrender dupont. The League Innis House on Robert Schuman Boulevard revived remained under the seal of the Judicial Police until two thousand twelve in two thousand. Fourteen was renovated repainted and put on the market. Get where it sat for ivory in January of two thousand fifteen have finally sold to coppell for less than half of the original asking. Ross as of light two thousand nineteen the case is still open and will remain so as long as examining magistrate Dame's necessary over the years to have been over nine hundred reported sightings of the suspect but none have ever been confirmed fifty the eight year old Zowie Dupont. Delay Guinness is said to be one of the most wanted men in France. However as Christain highlighted on her blog have brother it does not appear on interpose of wanted persons Christine's blog is no longer active? She made her final post on Maitha attain attain. Two thousand thirteen saying she had shed. All the available information ended had served its purpose. Shay explained to those in can you savvier. And yes author Thomas and Ben Wa Dupont. Deleting s personally would inevitably always share a different perspective from the public public reiterating belief that the family's disappearance was not criminal but pod of the classified case the blog refers us to a famous quote from Mahatma Gandhi which says an era does not become truth by reason of multiple propagation nor does truth become era because nobody sees it. The theory that Zowie took Zayn Lot following the murders is remains prevalent. Some argue this would have gone against his religious beliefs. Has Suicide is considered a mortar seen in Catholicism but according to the book the Dupont Delay Guinness case by journalists guy own yet exurbia had become disillusioned with his faith and had debated with family members in the past about the moral issues surrounding suicide. It didn't pose a problem to Beer who argued that everyone has the right to end therein. Life some believe he had been planning murder-suicide for several months to escape. He's manning financial problems and into gone to great lengths to cover it up because he didn't want to bear identified as someone who would kill his own family in two thousand sixteen is Genre Rene Paerson Iq the full ahead of non judicial police said we work on facts north impressions without proof of death. The only method that is worth considering is living. If as corpse is discovered authorities have confirmed he will be presumed guilty and the case will be closed on Friday October. Eleven two thousand nineteen as the case fall team. Aim was preparing this episode. The following news made headlines across the Road and port staff at the Charles the goal lamp or in Paris I contacted authorities after remain boarded a flight to Scotland using stolen French boss board. The passenger was arrested without incident opponent. Kony arrival to the city of Glasgow hours light up news. Reports in Nance that fingerprint analysis had confirmed the man to Bay Zavareh. e-eh Dupont Delay Guinness. who had undergone drastic plastic surgery to change his facial features news of the arrests quickly made worldwide wad headlines? But in the early hours of Sunday October thirteen was announced that UK authorities had made a mistake. Demand demand was actually sixty nine year. Old Portuguese. National Guard Joel who bore no physical resemblance disaster and was not connected to the case. In any way I go I was released off the spending anointing custody with reports stating hey indies family. Very distressed by the incident. French officials have placed the blame for the era on Scottish police. WHO claimed they were simply acting under instructions from the French authorities? UH The true whereabouts exurbia Dupont. Delay Guinness Remain Unknown.

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"jeanneret" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

09:49 min | 10 months ago

"jeanneret" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"The case remained open and as the months and years his past with still missing on chess lutes gathered online to discuss the ongoing investigation and the prime suspects possible. Whereabouts Store outcome some speculated that Debbie had gone on the run not from law enforcement but from another unknown threat relatives chiefs of the Dupont? The League in his family joined in on the debates offering further insight into exactly as background. Some were willing to believe he sisters theory that the family was still alive on Wednesday. July Fifth Dane two thousand fifteen just over four years after the murders is a Paris based journalist working for the international news agency as John Sprints Press for saved an envelope by post it contained a candid photograph of brothers Autho and Ben Wa Dupont. Delay Guinness sitting side by side. A dining room table author appeared to be made compensation with some on the other side of the table while Ben Wa was eating a meal and looking plight handwritten in French Sean. The back of the photo with a capitalized. The words I am still alive underneath in smaller writing have read from then until they start not July. Eleven two thousand fifteen and we saw with the name career to Porn Delay Guinness Debates Sword. I but whether the message was genuine nor nor the photo had never the bane published before yet author and Ben Wa Repeat The bay the same age in the majors they were at the time of their murder Mendez of as family family dismissed it as a fake adamant that would reach out to them long before he contacted the press additionally insane almost impossible possible that he would still be Nantes a photo journalist from Nantes thought. He recognized the photo and went digging through his Akos. Hey discovered that in two thousand eleven. He had seen the image during the silent March held in the wake of the murders and taken a photo of it which he still had on file while confirming. That was not racin. The Photo Wendy envelope were tested for day fingerprints while the handwriting was analyzed with police ultimately dismissing it as a hoax over the years alleged sightings of Savia Dupont Dupont the league. Ns continued to be reported from far and wide including Juan in central France on Monday October. Seventeen two thousand sixteen. Aw A man. Bearing a strong resemblance to have caught the attention of Boston. Softer flaying casino without claiming his winnings after reviewing say-say tape footage investigators deign to the resemblance to be so remarkable that the sighting seemed to reliable a spokesperson person told the media. This is a highly sensitive affair and way of doing all. We can't verify the largeness we fully intend and to bring this man to justice. A manhunt was launched and the individual was located. Who turned out to be? No more than a lookalike. Ah Fourteen months LYDA. Police received a tip off. That Zambia was seeking refuge in an isolated monastery in Rocca Brune Sarah Russians that served as a place of worship for a reclusive order of Catholic monks given its proximity to the location where Exurbia was lost seen gene. It had already been searched in two thousand eleven but no sign of the fugitive was uncovered in two thousand nineteen. Sue Worship is is recognized one of the monks who regularly served amass as bearing a resemblance to exist via during morning mass on Tuesday January. Very non two thousand nineteen two plainclothes detectives entered the chapel wet full monks including the one suspected to beg zowie would giving the Holy Holy Sacrament to full worship is the one purported to be Zavareh was identified as fifty three year old brother Jeanneret Joseph who was oblivious to the fact he'd been pinned does the wanted mass murderer brother. Joseph had been living at the monastery for many years including when the that is to place he later told a French news network that while he could accept that he's agent hot correspondent with Zev as the to bore no the resemblances. He found it hard to conceive that a monastery could be suspected of hiding and mass murderer and said that. If it's Abbey had apprised urged he would have told him to surrender dupont. The League Innis House on Robert Schuman Boulevard revived remained under the seal of the Judicial Police until two thousand twelve in two thousand. Fourteen was renovated repainted and put on the market. Get where it sat for ivory in January of two thousand fifteen have finally sold to coppell for less than half of the original asking. Ross as of light two thousand nineteen the case is still open and will remain so as long as examining magistrate Dame's necessary over the years to have been over nine hundred reported sightings of the suspect but none have ever been confirmed fifty the eight year old Zowie Dupont. Delay Guinness is said to be one of the most wanted men in France. However as Christain highlighted on her blog have brother it does not appear on interpose of wanted persons Christine's blog is no longer active? She made her final post on Maitha attain attain. Two thousand thirteen saying she had shed. All the available information ended had served its purpose. Shay explained to those in can you savvier. And yes author Thomas and Ben Wa Dupont. Deleting s personally would inevitably always share a different perspective from the public public reiterating belief that the family's disappearance was not criminal but pod of the classified case the blog refers us to a famous quote from Mahatma Gandhi which says an era does not become truth by reason of multiple propagation nor does truth become era because nobody sees it. The theory that Zowie took Zayn Lot following the murders is remains prevalent. Some argue this would have gone against his religious beliefs. Has Suicide is considered a mortar seen in Catholicism but according to the book the Dupont Delay Guinness case by journalists guy own yet exurbia had become disillusioned with his faith and had debated with family members in the past about the moral issues surrounding suicide. It didn't pose a problem to Beer who argued that everyone has the right to end therein. Life some believe he had been planning murder-suicide for several months to escape. He's manning financial problems and into gone to great lengths to cover it up because he didn't want to bear identified as someone who would kill his own family in two thousand sixteen is Genre Rene Paerson Iq the full ahead of non judicial police said we work on facts north impressions without proof of death. The only method that is worth considering is living. If as corpse is discovered authorities have confirmed he will be presumed guilty and the case will be closed on Friday October. Eleven two thousand nineteen as the case fall team. Aim was preparing this episode. The following news made headlines across the Road and port staff at the Charles the goal lamp or in Paris I contacted authorities after remain boarded a flight to Scotland using stolen French boss board. The passenger was arrested without incident opponent. Kony arrival to the city of Glasgow hours light up news. Reports in Nance that fingerprint analysis had confirmed the man to Bay Zavareh. e-eh Dupont Delay Guinness. who had undergone drastic plastic surgery to change his facial features news of the arrests quickly made worldwide wad headlines? But in the early hours of Sunday October thirteen was announced that UK authorities had made a mistake. Demand demand was actually sixty nine year. Old Portuguese. National Guard Joel who bore no physical resemblance disaster and was not connected to the case. In any way I go I was released off the spending anointing custody with reports stating hey indies family. Very distressed by the incident. French officials have placed the blame for the era on Scottish police. WHO claimed they were simply acting under instructions from the French authorities? UH The true whereabouts exurbia Dupont. Delay Guinness Remain Unknown.

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"jeanneret" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"jeanneret" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"But I know many people and the timing of these things is pretty bad with the nominations and a good example again was last year James Franco was maybe the favorite if not runner up favorite too. Win best actor for disaster. Movie disaster artists asked move zest movie. Definitely not an Oscar disaster artist. And then the geishas about him, and he wasn't even nominated. So I need to legit question. Does her EMMY mouths chances because I think at least he has a degree of separation which may be shield Cima limit from this. I will see from lead actor. I am super surprised. Ethan Hawke didn't get nominated, and I or formed in general got super snubbed throughout the nomination process. I think for lead actress like I mentioned before Elsie Fisher should been nominated. I also think Toni Collette for hereditary does nation horror is never going to get there. But I think that movie you put anybody else in her role. It's a totally different movie in this has nothing of the Spence then in horror that it hadn't it should phenomenal job. I would hope I think out of all these performances. I think I like Melissa McCarthy the best, but I think Libya Coleman's gonna win. I did love her to the favorite fucking awesome. I feel like they'll play it safe in in just repeat the Golden Globes know what they're playing it safe. From like, I think Gaga is the wild choice. I think she was still don't think she was that good. I know. But I I I'm in the kademi voter, and I'm trying to put myself in like their shoes. In like, I'm eating my caviar like deciding who gets what golden statue. I'm kind of like, well, I got to protect the the I'm not going to nominate lady Gaga off for this award. And then on the same token there like a comedic actress nominated for this role. I'm not gonna vote for her either. Yeah. I guess. So I don't know. Now. I don't know. I'm just I'm only speculating, it's what makes this whole thing fun like making conspiracies in my head that probably don't really exist. It's the only way can fun with this. Okay. Yeah. I I wrote yesterday about the nomination snubs favorites. And I said Glenn Close lady Gaga. But since yesterday, I mean deliver Coleman's like I said the train is picking up steam while the lady Gaga what slowing down big time. So to interesting categories lead actress lead actor to more director of the nominees and the direct category, Spike Lee for black when he finally gets nomination there Powell Pollock hausky for Cold War surprise there. Your goes length for the favorite. Yes. They say funds a quarter on aroma. That's over he's gonna win at a McKay for Feis. I mean, I found a corn is going to win. He'll be the six out of the last seven five hundred less six years, a Mexican-born director win, which is just. Easy. And it's a three friends 'em gambled, though, Toro and L Hendro Jeanneret do again that I mean, maybe that's just me. That's insane. That's my stone cold lock for sure is corrupt his so good. It's not even like, they're like, they're just picking really good directors have put out whether you like them or not incredible chievements with movies. Like, I didn't like the revenue, but what he did was incredible to look at. That's the same with Rome. I actually like Roma. I don't love Roma's much as the other top. What he did was incredible very deserving. The big not Bradley Cooper stars. I thought it's a snow. Plain simple. That's actually the opposite..

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"jeanneret" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"jeanneret" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"But I know many people and the timing of these things is pretty bad with the nominations and a good example again was last year James Franco was maybe the favorite if not runner up favorite too. Win best actor for disaster. Movie disaster artists asked move zest movie. Definitely not an Oscar disaster artist. And then the geishas about him, and he wasn't even nominated. So I need to legit question. Does her EMMY mouths chances because I think at least he has a degree of separation which may be shield Cima limit from this. I will see from lead actor. I am super surprised. Ethan Hawke didn't get nominated, and I or formed in general got super snubbed throughout the nomination process. I think for lead actress like I mentioned before Elsie Fisher should been nominated. I also think Toni Collette for hereditary does nation horror is never going to get there. But I think that movie you put anybody else in her role. It's a totally different movie in this has nothing of the Spence then in horror that it hadn't it should phenomenal job. I would hope I think out of all these performances. I think I like Melissa McCarthy the best, but I think Libya Coleman's gonna win. I did love her to the favorite fucking awesome. I feel like they'll play it safe in in just repeat the Golden Globes know what they're playing it safe. From like, I think Gaga is the wild choice. I think she was still don't think she was that good. I know. But I I I'm in the kademi voter, and I'm trying to put myself in like their shoes. In like, I'm eating my caviar like deciding who gets what golden statue. I'm kind of like, well, I got to protect the the I'm not going to nominate lady Gaga off for this award. And then on the same token there like a comedic actress nominated for this role. I'm not gonna vote for her either. Yeah. I guess. So I don't know. Now. I don't know. I'm just I'm only speculating, it's what makes this whole thing fun like making conspiracies in my head that probably don't really exist. It's the only way can fun with this. Okay. Yeah. I I wrote yesterday about the nomination snubs favorites. And I said Glenn Close lady Gaga. But since yesterday, I mean deliver Coleman's like I said the train is picking up steam while the lady Gaga what slowing down big time. So to interesting categories lead actress lead actor to more director of the nominees and the direct category, Spike Lee for black when he finally gets nomination there Powell Pollock hausky for Cold War surprise there. Your goes length for the favorite. Yes. They say funds a quarter on aroma. That's over he's gonna win at a McKay for Feis. I mean, I found a corn is going to win. He'll be the six out of the last seven five hundred less six years, a Mexican-born director win, which is just. Easy. And it's a three friends 'em gambled, though, Toro and L Hendro Jeanneret do again that I mean, maybe that's just me. That's insane. That's my stone cold lock for sure is corrupt his so good. It's not even like, they're like, they're just picking really good directors have put out whether you like them or not incredible chievements with movies. Like, I didn't like the revenue, but what he did was incredible to look at. That's the same with Rome. I actually like Roma. I don't love Roma's much as the other top. What he did was incredible very deserving. The big not Bradley Cooper stars. I thought it's a snow. Plain simple. That's actually the opposite..

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"jeanneret" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

09:08 min | 1 year ago

"jeanneret" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Story. I'll never let him live down Hannah Stanley sitting in tonight for David flyer. Don't worry though, we will have this week in history coming up worldly, fellow Fred Weintraub is actually here in studio in Chicago, Illinois, and the AllState skyline studio with me, and we are going to be here together again hosting for nightside January thirty first we are. And we've got some great guests that are going to be coming due. I'm actually super excited about all of them. This is. Yeah. Very very very fun. It's going to be. So Mark your calendars. That's going to be from seven to ten PM on January thirty first we are talking about blizzards the five worst actual blizzards. Not predicted blizzards. None of this. It's going to be Snowmageddon. Now, we got a dusting. None of that. No. These are the actual blizzards. It was it is the fifty second anniversary this week of the blizzard of sixty seven which hit Jeanneret twenty. Oh, no. You know, what those twenty sixth and twenty seventh of this week? That's close. It's already January going so fast. Did you take a nap or something is going to be putting up their Christmas decorations? Pretty soon. Only if they have already taken did. Did down Easters up. I saw them prepping a new I'll and I can only assume that's for Christmas. Yeah, they're spring. Shop is forty percent off for those who who want to go do that. Anyway. So Roger who was the problem? I have I had frostbite. Do I get any sympathy for that knows? You're on fall. You did until you admit it on the air that it was not my fault. Every I did my best to get better. If you do get points for for reporting at live guy, did I got out of the car to do that too. Well, that's why you have frostbite Roger you were doing your show was frostbite because when they finally got us at four in the morning, they brought a ta bus with too drunk people on the back with a cop on board telling them to shut up and no heat in the boss. I got frostbite from standing on a cold floor with my wet feet. So having had that experience you feel now like, you're always prepared. Like boy scout. Oh, you bet your sweet Pippi is. So let's let's go through the. So this is headphones just fell off. That's funny over the following summer that summer, I got rid of the jacket, which my winter jacket had basically been destroyed by that storm seriously. It was like a ski parka type jacket. See it in pictures and. Yeah. And which is weird. Why do people say, oh, how did they take your picture camera? Tribune photographer was walking around in the storm on the southbound side. And I opened my window who you with. And he says Tribune I got on with WGN radio. He goes, well, let me take your picture, and that's still up on the website with him. I would he I don't I didn't see where his car was. I don't know. So I went out. I bought a very long jackets. You guys have seen it. It comes down to below my knees and the rating on it from what I saw was like to forty below zero. So you bought a sleeping bag and put on it. Yes. When you go to Alaska. So what else is what else got my my big heavy snow boots. Yeah. Very warm very thick very protective. If I ever decide to lay some up, I've got a pair of gloves. I have earmuffs I wear a ski cap, and then I put the who heard from the jacket up, and if I get colder, then I'll put on like another jacket underneath code, but like a jacket. I have those hand warmer feet warmer things in my car packets. And they they were a big huge. Save your help. When we were at the hawks game the winter classic. Oh, yeah. Big help really really does. Lashed to the whole game six hours. Yeah. We got home. And we're still like, wow. These things are still amazing. Yes. So those things are great to keep in the car, but you have food in the car. I did actually have food that night. I had like leftover from my lunch. Do I? Yeah. I have my bag that I bring here every night with my meals and stuff, and I have extra stuff in there. But you have extra stuff because you do that there could be a blizzard. And you just wanted to be altered prepared. Let's get crazy. All right. So I've learned some lessons from twenty fact that I have bars extra water amino powder with me that's a little bit crazy. Why do you have to go through that you have depend way to walk? You do through all those restaurants through the pedal. You don't have to. What? Gets second lakeshore drive, which I'm not going. Took it last night time Rogers gets. Just out of the metal category. Missed it by. January twelfth through January fourteenth of nineteen seventy nine. I know this because my birthday is was January thirteenth. So I turned seven during the storm twenty point three inches. And this was always the one that I claimed as my own we were off school for my birthday was very very exciting. But some places not the official because everybody knows it's gotta be the O'Hare rating for it to be official snow piled up to twenty nine inches in some places by the end of the day on the fourteenth. This is the storm Roger can Klay claim to this one. Also because Jane got elected because of the storm. That's right. When the storm hap-. Yes, I was in the very warm climes of Las Vegas, Nevada. I did not get back to town until September of seventy. That's because that's how long the airports were closed. Probably. Yeah. Yeah. So five people did die as a result of the storm, including a man who was killed by an out of control snowplow that hit thirty four cars O'Hare was closed until January fifteenth basically crippling half the country because everything at that point hub through O'Hare. We're gonna really fast hit the hit the last one nineteen point three inches. You call that a storm. Twenty come on January thirty first to February second of twenty fifteen just recent. Yeah. I think that's the one they called Snowmageddon. No twenty eleven was Snowmageddon, right. Yeah. Thunder snow. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That's where all the names came out. This was this was the one that we thought was going to be the big. And then we were like. Top five. Nineteen point three inches. February I sixteen inches snow. It's a record for single. They Chicago snowfall in February. Again, that's like a baseball stat. Like he hits three three forty seven against left handers on Monday. But does anybody know what you do with all that snow because it's not all going to melt within the first couple of weeks? Well, twenty eleven is that or was it ninety nine when they started bringing in the melting trucks were they would they would load them up and melted. And then dump it all yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Sewer. Yeah. And also in two thousand eleven they took some of those train, those freight trains, and they ship that snow did other parts of the country. So that kids who never experienced snow like in Florida could have a white America white Chris knelt it by the time. It got there. Maybe they were refrigerated train cars, Ohio. Well. They were dumping it into into garbage trucks and everything trying to get it out of here. 'cause they couldn't clear the side streets. We had nowhere to put it. Well, the first thing they had to do was plowed. The parking lots at Soldier Field. Couple of other places move your car. They're exactly and you know, the story that they lost my car for two days because it was on lake shore drive. I knew jammed up everybody else. Drive. My car was not registered when they towed. It. It wasn't in the records of where all the cars were we went to all three lots and check with them. This is not we got a call late at night from some guy who's your we found her car. I bet you did. It was in Cicero. We'll take a quick break Hannah Stanley filling in for David plyer with the worldly fellow Fred Weintraub sitting in with me as well. More after this Chicago voters.

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"jeanneret" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

13:44 min | 1 year ago

"jeanneret" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Enormously important. But I think building a wall is a very costly and inefficient way to do that. So many lies so many lies. And so little time to knock them all down. Welcome to the Buck Sexton show, everybody Democrats are in full scale talking points mode, right now, they're all in on this idea that a wall just cannot happen. Wall cannot happen and the GOP as of now, according to Mitch McConnell. Is not willing to go to a shutdown. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell has declared the government's gonna stay open and the White House will be flexible flexible on its border wall demands. Why? I would like to know why they think this is good idea. Why is it that the Republicans are the ones who once again? Are running to cave on the signature issue of this presidency. What is the difference? Now, what has changed in their calculation a week ago? Trump was having his I am Spartacus moment on this. What you said, you know, we'll shut it down Stephen Miller over the weekend. Brad Jeanneret and the White House. Oh, we'll shut it down. You know, I'm not here to say everything that Trump does is advisors. Do is great often quite the opposite. I'm going to tell you what I think about what's best for the country. And what the reality of the agenda is that was promised by these people who were given power, including the president of the United States to follow through on that agenda. They were not saying. Bill the existing fences and add to border patrol overtime hours. No. They were saying build the wall. Not not seeing this get through right now. Not seeing I was going to happen. Now. There are a bunch of ways this could play out. And I will get into them. But I do want to note that my initial inclination here, which is at the GOP is unwilling to have a shutdown battle right before the Christmas holiday. They think they're gonna lose on this one. They think the Democrats and their media allies are going to manage to convince people that Republicans are being reckless. All that just means that this is Lucy, pulling the football, and we are Charlie mission by a mile and landed on our butts. Oh, we're going to have the shutdown fight. Oh, it's going to be the now is our moment to finally do. What's right here? No. That's that. That is not how this is going to play out unfortunate. That is not what is likely. I don't know how the president. I'm just going to say, I don't know how the president could win reelection. If the wall promises not in any way, fulfilled meeting that construction has not started. I don't know. Because this is how I see this playing out right now. They're not going to do the shutdown. They're going to get a another continuing resolution and they're going to push. They're going gonna push this off in January, and then they'll have another or are we gonna have a big thing. And then they're going to push it off again, no politician wants to make a hard choice. No members of congress want to do what's necessary, and what's responsible here? Want wanna do what's easiest and what's going to get them? Reelected all driven by self interest. And we're going to be told you know, what? Okay, fine. Maybe the president is going to order them to find the money somewhere else. I'm already seeing this. This is the story on all the president's gonna find the money somewhere else for the wall. Okay. Where? Fine five billion dollars. That's I'm sure they can find that some the budget, but how they all walk. You know, what the president's also gonna just? The president's going to tell the military that this should be done. This is the way it should go. And we responded this. All right. Well, guess what happens then a federal judge is going to block it just just the same way that a federal judge said no travel ban. Even though it was within the president's constitutional authority to implement that travel ban from from the supreme court. They're going to say, oh, some judge somewhere in the country is gonna come up with a pretext to stop the implement stop the building of the border wall or stop the funding of the reapportionment of funding from within the federal government. So that they could build a wall. And no, no, no, they're gonna they're gonna find a way. So then the judge. Shuts down it turns into a court battle, and you know, what they're going to tell us for for twenty twenty because that's how long this thing's gonna extend out with with no wall in place and no funding for a while. They're gonna tell us. Oh, well, we need to give Trump four more years, and we need a super majority in congress. Now, that's what we need a super majority in congress to get this done. I think it's now or never. Bear either willing to have this fight and do everything they can to start building this wall. It's going to be piecemeal. It's going to take a long time. It's not going to be an easy thing to do. But they either win the fight to begin construction. Or we got to start thinking about. Away to live under a democrat socialist regime because that's where this country's headed. And I don't like saying it, but that's what's that's what's going to happen. That's where we're going to be basically lost the healthcare fight. I know other conservatives don't we're on value that all yeah, we're gonna we're going to repeal and replace ObamaCare. Really when how you had a chance didn't do it. It's only going to get harder. In fact, we're only moving further the left more government spending more dependency on the government, subsidized healthcare. They were going to have some great moment of clarity on this one. All of a sudden, the Milton Friedman spirit, he's going to overtake the country. We're going to realize that a free market in health care is going to be better. No, of course, not people like free stuff. It's rational to like free stuff. The whole government system. We have now when it comes to healthcare at all along with things is premised on not really letting you know, not really making it clear that you're paying for it. That this doesn't come without cost. They don't want you to know that they wanna obfuscate that. They want to. Make it hard to understand that. We're losing the fight over health care. What's the replacement plan and got all these Republicans in congress and their staffs and their offices. And I go over. I interview them the whole thing. I was what exactly do you do here? I don't have an ObamaCare replacement plan. You haven't won the fight. In fact, ObamaCare is more popular now than it's ever been based on the poll is more popular now. You could say well buck that's because they have some stopgap measures. And the congress said you don't have to pay the penalty. But the reason people sign up for ObamaCare insurance. The main driver is not actually whether or not they have to pay the penalty. It's whether or not they get subsidies. Because in some cases, the subsidy covers essentially their entire costs a premium, so it's effectively like having free health insurance. With limited access to the private health insurance market and a high deductible, but. That's what it is. You know, we we were told that Republicans would would fight on. I came into media on healthcare issue at the healthcare issue time. Right. I came in when ObamaCare was the dominant subject matter when the tea party was worried about the debt and the deficit, but what was really pushing the deficit healthcare spending, Medicare and Medicaid. That's where the problem is ObamaCare is only made that worse. And ObamaCare was compelled commerce and with we're told that this is terrible terrible. It's wrong. It's unconstitutional. But what are we gonna do about it? I start to worry that conservatism is is accepting of its of its toothlessness. When it comes to policy when it comes to the way this country is governed and how that affects the three hundred twenty million or so people who live here. And we just make really interesting arguments and never expect to actually win. And what's most frustrating right now with Trump the Oval Office, and I know it's a lame duck congress, but we still do have a majority. What's most frustrating is that Republicans are essentially now being told even when you win you lose. Even when we have this political miracle of the Trump administration that defeats the most prompt up establishment back candidate imaginable. We can't we can't follow through. We can't execute where a lot of the right conservatism. Trumpism whatever a lot of promises not all of execution. I know people say oh BOK the economy. Yeah. The economy's good stock market is not so good. But the economy's good unemployment surly low regulations better than it was healthcare is not much better. It's not it's been two years. The wall hasn't been built still at war in Afghanistan. Still have troops in about a third of Syria. So what exactly are are the huge winds here? Okay. We not in the Paris climate agreement. Fine. That's good, Iran. Sanctions are back. There are good things. But all those key issues. Those core issues that motivated sixty three million people to vote for President Trump. Where are we now in this process? Do we think that there's going to be a better time to have this fight one? After the Democrats are done turning Trump and everybody around him everybody. He's ever known or loved practically is going to get the most intrusive taxpayer-funded examination of everything they've done said. And everywhere they've been imaginable. Eating then they're really gonna have the fighting spirit when we're having debates about a possible impeachment. That's that's when Trump in those around him. We're going to say, oh, yeah. Let's get the wall. It is now or never. I I am. I am frustrated that I'm also frustrated because of. What happened with general Flynn? Where you have I thinking increasingly the conclusion we have to draw from this is that yes, she was set up. Yes. They went after him. And there was they were playing dirty pool. But Flynn also messed up. He messed up with the lobbying for Turkey. He messed up by. I I don't I'm waiting for him to say that he didn't actually lie. I'm waiting for someone to produce three zero two that the original three oh, two from either struck or the other agent that was in the room that says that you know. You know that that we have that moment of. Wow, they actually set this guy up that still could happen. But it hasn't happened yet. In the meantime, Flynn is saying, yeah, I lied, and we had the scene today with the judge judge. You brought up that some might make the argument that Flynn sold out his country's a federal judge speaking to a three star general. It's been a frustrating day of the jet doesn't mean that you know, we've lost. And I'm not I'm not all. Fatalistic about this. Now, I just. Disappointed that the White House. I think has had the establishment whispering. And it's ear too much on this one. And they just they won't have this fight Pelosi and Schumer and their whole gang cannot win on the issue of immigration. If the debate has had in public, and if people hear what they really think and what they really believe they can't win. But if we don't have that if we allow it to be business as usual. Then. Yes, the shutdown won't happen. Or it would be blamed on Republicans and Pelosi and Schumer laugh all the way to the election of the baby toe Biden ticket that everyone's talking about right now. Oh my gosh. Just. Yeah. Just double up double up on the lightweights. That's the way to go. Double up on a lightweight and you'll have like, you know. A middleweight running for president. That sounds great. That sounds great. All right. We got we got a lot more. We'll talk to you about the Flint situation in detail. The second hour will break down. What happened today? We got a former federal prosecutor joining us to talk about that also my friend, Sean Davis, the federalist they've been doing excellent work. He'll give his sense of it. The third hour tell you about this story. I saw on the daily wire about an eleven year old dressed in drag. And these media stories that are hailing this as some kind of victory. What in the world has gone mad? But a lot of people in it have you've got got much more show coming team stay with me..

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"jeanneret" Discussed on Motorsport Radio

Motorsport Radio

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"jeanneret" Discussed on Motorsport Radio

"Well, what are we star? Has them Nabi play start leads. Jump thirds points. Can mathematically when this weekend? If Jake Dixon doesn't score seven points and they'll not some wins, both races. I would say, let's hope we don't not because don't want to wait. During the ball because we want what they what the showdown was set up and designed today. Basically, we want an actual final brands hutch showdown in a couple of weeks time. So let's just hope that has. No idea yet to be understood, definitely. You'll not show them. I don't know. Moving just looks Glennon Broadway and pizza. Hickman there in a big for third place in Trump's still Jones winning, but that's about it. Realistic, chances are. Very high up my say, but again, takes a disaster for the announce them and maybe it's disaster j Dixon good results just Brooks and Joshua back in the Trump ship and get last year. Didn't like he was gonna win it. He came in three points the championship last year, Kevin coming out of the power. I mean over thirty points off it. Though. I mean. Point is this year is this year. But again, we'll see you soon after Essen king yards on Jason, Halloween and Tommy Bridewell both could be big sports. Specially told me pride empowered forms, absolutely than was couldn't have been happier for for the repeat educate. You can't be is also on Gina rea- because teen has been so estimates on four one way on Nair. So, yeah, I think Jeanneret may well be maybe a front runner, but I definitely think a top top ten, maybe top sakes, we just do not know it's a track, but this is key as one as one before good, his first win in Britain and Josh Elliott had a. Jochen. Yes. Yes, that's all. Talk AM w insulin. We don't know what saves funding as an influence. Descript laws Wiki still running late with Version. version. Zukis main. We'll concrete this weekend again. So good seeking up shop and you know what it will be interesting. Ray stringer was working with over tell you last year and seven thirty one or acid site. We just don't know what will happen. Interesting. Yeah, I would love to see just how well Josh Elliott goes on on the is. I think it's not exactly the same exact spec by his. It. Right in saying that as Gino Raya boy, if he can literally just dive on that bike and I think the same spec, but it hasn't been the same spec is it was it belongs to someone else? Yeah. Here's an an actual road bike, which has been. I like shortly hunts Neville strip off making. So it's best. But I think. Whatever. But yeah, from a competition point of view on-track wouldn't it be just amazing to see Josh Elliott, competing and seeing. The front with Gene-o rare, but just to see because it's the first time I mean for for all of the season. I mean gino's really been on his own. I know other teammate to compete not like for like in the same category has he is at no. No real. Teammate up at the front. Comparible data. Sometimes I've been bikes can really help you data other times completely the wrong way. So we'll see how that goes. But I really basing could will be with a decent result this weekend again, very similar Gino was been before many times since case. Eleven think he's been at grand prix level. So definitely knows his way should just point out as well. The, you know we make, no, we don't want to do teams. PR folder of multiple media does won't Won't be. be do we enjoy an the flight back from bologna, three weeks after the Zona ground played someone who we met actually in the paddock, which is quite strange enough from the Sunday. That's. And he said to me on the five OMG Suzuki looks absolutely stunning before even sudden about me doing the teams PR. So Suzuki definitely gonna branding, right is for certain. So sometimes we forget that people can actually watch the show and just pay. Absolutely watched the show. Absolutely. And third bio. True. True, very true. The get also we'll go on to time, but as the fly, oh, gee, event this weekend, I four British super point Smith sports, suppose foreign trip, be brilliant. I'm sure I will inform how that goes me, but moving on Buchan, which Taryn McKenzie all in with a chance of..

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"jeanneret" Discussed on KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket

KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"jeanneret" Discussed on KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket

"Just didn't you know were even when you're watching him any would gingerly walk in and out of a golf cart and we even we're watching during the ryder cup you could tell he wasn't right it's like man this guy's never get his bodies dine all right so he's a he's chris bosh me and he's never gonna be able to play again you know it just so here's the bit his name is richard geyer he had a foodies out a plane yes it doesn't take much i bet he drives bmw and all dea check all they did was type in ositive type in tigers back surgeon dazzling came up so eat unity he he is aft advertising probably has much business right now you know what the hell do with it yeah he's fine believe me at a worry about richard geyer okay sei so here's a question yet did tiger woods has to pay for surgery well border guy or it did he got richer guaranteed a lucky few fix me you'll who has ever have to you'll never have to worry about patients ever again i think tiger g did of ardour uh get his health insurance probably covered a pretty well yeah so but you never know if you know tigers not the can is kind of a spendthrift jeanneret is like carrying a total of eight or in any way to deductible no idea but he's doing what i remember when hank kenny wasted we'd get off the air when he we had a monolithic sandwiches tiger pay you he he hit you always say i have no idea a cheque comes as no rhyme or reason and his hanko he said it was a marketing ploy wasn't a revenue can richard guyer's not using this as a marketing ploy you don't wanna i bet you know i bet visiting him more than other patients other doctors who had you do that that's what i'm bed doubt the doctors charge for that narrative ages say you know what we're all in the ah role under the same umbrella was make it as easy for everybody anyway so i'm thinking about four augusta coming up if he wins this week i mean the the rating should be crazy absolutely crazy in fact i was trying to think of something.

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"jeanneret" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"jeanneret" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"You as a matter of fact they're all like let's see it bob barker iraj jeanneret burn chuck woolery aren't at exactly the they work for us now chuck charcter erected tides of tori right bob though even what the newly way gig ob eubank so wait a minute i probably just named repair six thousand 70s game show host monte hall and carol marrow of course would be there do you have what's the guy that was the host with our barker is it rob rowdy crises neil remember i remember bob barr i dunno happy gilmore how do you feel about blincoe do you know point go not real okay do you watch any game shows come on had gone in the game while you're not really now at not big on tv at all actually josh you spent way too much time working in the lab how long have you on this company in when where you the founder of this company like five years five years yeah you gotta you gotta get out a little bit more often i consider i think a beer every once in a while maybe go out with our married or single single sale excellent what we do happen to have a lot of single people in the nice guy community so at the end we're going to leave your phone number in case you're her finger conferring whatever hook up his it had we guy community were better than tender man all herbs every everything josh imam don't listen spratly nuts and we've got into your son mrs hey him cutting oh fiat as not going to go where was ahead got all of trash talking about retired game jitters get the l worked for us now neither anybody.

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"jeanneret" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"jeanneret" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

"Jio sao dragging draghi mm oh man now that lay down by i love that kicks is high segal ladies on fire that was from two thousand seventeen it's on the uh the past the core two thousand seventeen from our great music at end of the year music episode we did with jeanneret and logic matt price and that price and that you can find go back and listen to music episode 'cause there's great pick scenarios really fun and then the character episode is one of the i listen to it i rarely sit back and listen to a bunch of at all i got it so fund made a slab eight work so happy to be back with you guys in the new year um we we know lots of crazy stuff has been happening were still going to keep given this to you were were figuring out how to best do this show for you and we will continue to move forward and keep you in the election of anything changes as far as it goes but for right now we're doing the show we have a great guest on the show today he's a he's a really good he's a sports fan great comedian gray comedian young comedians got an awesome show coming out on comedy central that premiers on the 17th called corporate and as name is jake wise so he'll be on the shoulder but later and later on the show dennis rodman ways in on albro any things on.

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"jeanneret" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"jeanneret" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Bring partner and then when ever possible goal with a just an expert and professional this person was a mid level manufacturer which gives us better pricing and we thought we got some good referrals by that ended up not working out for us and was almost cost us our business so absolutely get referrals and when possible go to the expert that has an extremely good track record i love that advice in fire nation going back to 2050 when i was looking to physically produce the freedom journal you'll have first one alibaba and it was just a nightmare for me i know some people with i did experiences but i mean i was talking to like the middle man of the middlemen of the no man you know dislike how many like levels is going through lake whom i even talking to to get this book produce imprinted in manufactured and i'd these specific requirements and it was just a nightmare and i and i knew i did his foresee there was going to be a disaster i had a kickstarter campaign plan for jeanneret 2016 like timing had to be right so what did i do well identify pockets invested in myself and in the business that i was running and i brought on professionals are brought on prouduct that's proud act is combination were proud in product is my good friend richie norton love the guy to death in what do they do they actually go to china they find you that production plant they are there in person when they're signed the papers and actually when the prince starts there there who's sitting be pictures as was coming off the line and guess what was the cheapest option but it was the way that got the books into the warehouse in the united states on time period so investing yourself make things happen fire nation is the way that you win it's not the cheapest way but the cheapest way he can sometimes lead to disaster so alex you've had some great ideas over the years you've had some crappy ideas over the years or i want to hear now is one of the moments you think would resonate with our listeners take us to one of those aha moment tell us that story yeah.

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"jeanneret" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"jeanneret" Discussed on WLOB

"Her now when you've got chelsea handler tweeting out the g apologizes to one eight abroad rick and believes her what it abroad arik has claimed for decades that bill clinton while he was the attorney general the state of arkansas forcibly raped her and now you've got a slew of people on the left apologizing to her and telling the world they believe her now that's fascinating as they because they ignored her for all these years and also old sudden suddenly now they say she's loot legit fifty three percent of hillary boat voters believe there is credence to the sexual assault and rape charges or claims against bill clinton bill clinton is right now experiencing jeanneret reckoning and that's significant who was it last night are i think it was kirsten gillaibrand the the the far left new york congresswoman who said yesterday she believed bill clinton should have design now i it would be an interesting exercise to find what she said during the whole monica lewinsky scandal uh you know who knows what social media not very prevalent that if there's anything on record but to in 2017 and of course the cynical side of me says well a lot of good that opinion has in november of 2017 he's retired these you know pretty much out of public life and gives as occasional five hundred thousand dollars speech maybe now his five hundred thousand dollars speeches dry up and then of course there's the whole question of what what role as a wife play of somebody who's accused of sexual serious felony criminal behaviour this isn't fondling this is an molestation this this is a rape and then of course there's that cycle of what about ism well you got this guy over here on the democrat side but you've got this republican over here you need more but she got al franken oh wait a minute you've got silvester stallone but she got who else steven seagal it's just a lot to keep up with i think we ought to keep our about as pick big deep breath and recognized that this is going to play out i don't know how but i appreciate the fact that this has now become a nonpartisan issue as it should be partisan politics don't belong in this conversation and go and the most that the.

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"jeanneret" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"jeanneret" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"I don't to be cliche but you know talk about trying to leave the world of editor place for your kids see now sorry nothing to be sorry about i didn't think i was going to do that but uh uh in my phone died twice already today because people have been texting and calling and they're like you know stay strong because you're doing something that is going to make the world better for your daughter you know in maybe i am you know i didn't look at it that way but maybe i haven't if i if i am okay i'll take it you are no doubt cnn i i kind of shell served and i have had a selfimposed exile from cnn lately because it just i just get so annoyed megat so frustrated at the at the way they cover things in the way they denigrate conservatives and republicans and in particular president trump you know what they were actually all over this yesterday and i didn't see a whole lot of tribal politics i didn't get a lot of liberals rushing to al franken's defence and it's worth noting that across the spectrum last night there were hollywood celebrities who called on al franken to resign there have been liberals now calling out bill clinton for what one eight abroad arik said he did to her now when you've got chelsea handler tweeting out the g apologizes to one eight abroad rick and believes her what it abroad arik has claimed for decades that bill clinton while he was the attorney general the state of arkansas forcibly raped her and now you've got a slew of people on the left apologizing to her and telling the world they believe her now that's fascinating as they her for all these years and all of a sudden suddenly now they say she's loot legit fifty three percent of hillary boat voters believe there is credence to the sexual assault and rape charges or claims against bill clinton bill clinton is right now experience jeanneret reckoning and that's significant who was it last night are they was kirsten a brand the the the far left new york congresswoman who said yesterday believed bill clinton should have right now i it would be an interesting exercise to find what she said during the.

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"jeanneret" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"jeanneret" Discussed on Popcast

"So yeah so she's doing really well and i think by the time she actually signed up to do levin hiphop she was already doing really well for herself i remember early on telling me that her per episode appearance fee on levin hiphop wasn't what she was making for a walk through at a club so loudly rally television is like not super looks like an internship yeah for the purchase either here and i think that's i think that's i think that certainly like for casual viewer they're not always aware of as you assume you're on tv you have ten episodes on vh one like you must be making a lot of money and like maybe you are but it's from secondary things it's room appearances it's from contracts it's for a instagram ads you know fit chief you know had tell me to hear all that stuff so carty in a way when she signon to do love in hiphop my instinct was while love and hip ops falling often because they need her way more than she needs them that was my immediate reaction i think it took them as second to catch on to that because even in her first season she didn't appear to like the second or third episode and she was sort of billed as a secondary character came it became clear pretty quickly that choose star obviously it up but yeah the it took him a second to realize that and i think by that point it was just way too late in the game for eleven hip jeanneret taken off she did one seasonal truces i should a twoseason okay yeah but then she not going back yet live owes money that she.

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"jeanneret" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"jeanneret" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"Yes makes no sense i was trying to show my girl beyond us because we we just got no apartment landlords very greek and so he he found out i i work in sports and he was laid you like basketball alike beloved jimmy names ever here's like have you heard of this uh and i i knew who's gonna satisfy janas he was like yeah janas uh let me just no no i love that guy it's like no you racist faulk it added gaddum apart when mike vitaes over taiwan honest men later that night like me and my go go home and try to explain janas from china just show him like just how large of a human being janas unlike pictures don't do like pictures i have him standing next to like regular humans dozen cut it because it's just like other just looks like a tall person pictures of him next to nba players who she doesn't know dozen cut it because it doesn't matter she has not taught like everyone can be five eight not voter fraud jeanneret and so finally like i'm i'm looking for some dunks like like that one for my the allstar game where he he looks like jesus himself like thrown it down like at its interest no way unless you just like watch him all the time like there's no way to look at the picture of a where they did like his hand for the fool spread the magazine area sure that and be like in the next time blair okay for me to you is how long half of a basketball court is enviro can he can he covers that and three steps and she can buy holy shit.

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