21 Burst results for "London Underground"

"london underground" Discussed on AP News

AP News

09:49 min | 7 months ago

"london underground" Discussed on AP News

"Social media sites are showing snapshots of packed London Underground trains despite government appeals requiring people to stay apart and print to social distancing transport for London has been reducing services across old train networks diverting stop to the busiest stations the idea is to make it possible for essential workers to keep getting to that work the people who fear losing their jobs have also kept traveling transposon shop since the price is clear stay home if possible this is the way to save lives Charles Ledesma London

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London subway packed despite government advice

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 7 months ago

London subway packed despite government advice

"Social media sites are showing snapshots of packed London Underground trains despite government appeals requiring people to stay apart and print to social distancing transport for London has been reducing services across old train networks diverting stop to the busiest stations the idea is to make it possible for essential workers to keep getting to that work the people who fear losing their jobs have also kept traveling transposon shop since the price is clear stay home if possible this is the way to save lives Charles Ledesma London

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Photo of mice fighting on subway platform wins top award

Morning Edition

01:59 min | 8 months ago

Photo of mice fighting on subway platform wins top award

"So when you think of wildlife photography what image comes to mind I'm assuming it is not vermin brawling on the subway but in a ward for wildlife photography just went to an image titled station squabble it is two mice in silhouette fighting each other on the London Underground I spent a week this down in the in the tunnels when I every night it was an experience to say the least photographer Sam rowly won this year's Lumix people's choice award which is a photography contest run by London's natural history museum he says he wanted to offer a more relatable view of my son the underground director five goals and seventy people you know you know I never knew that they were so he can say city down on the TV and you know it's a I think that the change perceptions I mean clearly he chose an unusual location for nature shot a busy subway platform but he really did encounter plenty of wildlife down there the lovely quite a few rather is shall we say hello I have not doubt which was basically the main challenge was to dollars then and that's on the picture you can see why stampede this might be a concern these mice are seen from a very very low angle it might seem kind of gross to you but Sam rowly had to lie flat on his belly for hours just to capture that split second just off I took this photo I was lying down on the platform and sent healing you was there is that strong sweaty guide is lying on top of me and how how what you doing are you okay yeah okay right yeah completely fine obviously to take because of the month you know as you say you need to also email us with a heart attack what is seen okay so for doing all of this and winning the competition really gets ten thousand pounds about thirteen thousand dollars and that is not all about you terrified of mice and rats so the challenge to overcome but we know the my central project is a light made this is all of that time spent in the tube has diminished that phobia of his ever so slightly it

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Could We Recycle Excess Subway Heat?

BrainStuff

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Could We Recycle Excess Subway Heat?

"The London Underground better known as the tube varies an impressive number of residents and tourists across the city. It opened its first line in eighteen. Sixty three as the metropolitan railway which provided locomotive trains. That carried nine point five million passengers in eighteen ninety. The line began running electric cars making it the first subway or metro system in the world world. But it's also impressively hot due to those very old deep clay tunnels containing few ventilation shafts. which lock in excess heat from the metric trisystem and make many a Londoner sweat on their daily commute? The hottest stations without air conditioning routinely get to eighty six degrees Fahrenheit. That's thirty degrees Celsius or more and rising temperatures due to global warming. Don't help but one enterprising collaboration. Between the London borough of is Lincoln and Ramble a consulting company that that works on many issues including energy and urban design will harness some of that excess subway heat for the benefit of Londoners with completion date for the project as early as late two thousand

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"london underground" Discussed on The Screenster Podcast

The Screenster Podcast

11:00 min | 1 year ago

"london underground" Discussed on The Screenster Podcast

"Now the pressure's really on this week because my guest is the brilliant voice-over artist. Emma Clarke has worked on so much from commercials to animations and audio dramas and then of course there's the London Underground mind the gap conduit as well and the Hollywood film passengers in which she voiced the avalon spaceship. We chat about what her day to day. Working Life looks like recording setup and the importance of persistence when it comes to improving your craft. My job involves well. Everyday is different Georgia. Everyday's a surprise. I'll.

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"london underground" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"london underground" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Six hundred and ninety two point one FM? All right. Welcome back. It is Ben Ferguson show wanna continue to get your reaction and your phone calls in here on on what Donald Trump. Is is an again what he may be saying tomorrow is it could be these claims have emergency on the border. And that means that we might open up the border are we might actually get some of the border wall funding and reopened the government. He's gonna speak tomorrow at three o'clock on that. Also when to get your update coming up in a few and about London, and the mayor in London taking some serious heat is violent crime on the underground, which the majority of the population uses to get around from point eight to point B is up forty three percent over the last two years. He's figures have been released in response to a question, actually, the London mayor saying look things are getting really bad, and you guys put an extreme laws gun control laws and other things you also out a ton of immigrants into refugees into the country. And now, we're seeing massive explosion of crime, and the stats are showing that this idea is a terrible one of leading a whole lot of people come in your country without vetting them. Properly and also then disarming year law-abiding citizens at the same time. It is a recipe for total disaster. Which is exactly what we're seeing right now. British transportation police figures have revealed that violent crime on London's underground has risen forty-three percent. Just three years while the highest increase were weapons offenses one hundred and twenty five percent increase. So what happened was you take away weapons from wall biding citizens and the in those that are in the country that don't care about laws are the ones are now committing these crimes because he normal average person can no longer defend themselves. Now these figures released by the British transportation police response to a question put you the labor. Linda, a mayor who is Muslim on crime on London's underground and also crimes are being committed by those of come in from out of the country, many of them Muslims. The results are reported by the BBC revealed that from November of two thousand seventeen until September eighteen there was two thousand eight hundred and thirty seven violent crimes in the underground compared with just one thousand nine hundred. From November fifteen to October sixteen. They say that this is a massive problem in most of these crimes are actually being committed by people that are coming into this country are into London some of them illegally, some of them as refugees. So we'll talk more about that later by just wanted to bring that up because I think it's a really important point. All right. Let me get back to your phone calls. The number five three five nine seven three to five three five nine seven three to back to the double standard. Here. Nancy Pelosi tells Trump no say the union, they say, it's a political move a power play kept calling it a power play over and over and over and over and over again a power play. And Donald Trump responds to the liberal media is declaration of a power play. And they say he's a child he's petty. He's basically an infant five three five nine seven three two Chuck. It's another example of what this presence up against when it comes to the media. What do you think? I agree, Dan. I think it's pretty pretty hypocritical of everybody on the other side. But let me ask you. I know you're going down to the border. I got some other things he could do you go one of those drug warehouses where they confiscate all these drugs at the background. And then during the speech, he pauses in terms of the judge, and they swear on new citizen. And then the interview the citizens, what did you go through get into this country? What did you pay? How many how were you vetted? I think the perfect background for him to do that. I think if the president wants to have the perfect state of the union ask I really believe you go down the border. You take these angel mothers with you who've lost their kids to violent crimes, you have that be the background of illegal immigrants, and you talk about this is why I'm shutting down the government for these people standing here. And that is your say the union, and I think you start off with saying say the union is not well, the state of the union is not good. We have a divide in this country over two different factions one that just wants to not protect your borders because they have a personal hatred towards me. And that's not the reason why you make a wall. I think the president needs to make a person look people are wanting to stop me. They hate me. This is all about stopping me. If you take my name out of this. And you look at what's happening and look at these mothers and their children. They we owe it to them to secure our border. We owe it to every. American to secure our border. And it's the Democrats would just stop being obsessed with beating me personally and do what's right for the country, which is open up. The government do is right for this country and protect our men and women at the border and protect innocent people's lives who've been killed just like the mothers whose children have been killed behind me. I think that is the perfect backdrop for him to sell this security, and I think the rest of the speech just be quoting Democrats. Yeah. The thing. I think you could ask is isn't the barrier work one out of the United States that would harm another United States citizen isn't a worship. But it's not just it's not just one criminal. It's a ton of criminals. Right. Right. Right. Right. I'm just saying. Democrats always come back to the isn't it worth one life to save? We pass food stamps, you know, things like that. He's at one life thing. So I think you know, like, you said it's more than one criminal. So I agree. I agree with you. It's just simple critical. So. Thank you. Thank you. Nice to talk to you five three five nine seven three two Terry year on the Ben Ferguson show. Hi, Terry low there. I'm just wondering. Like the news media treated. These comments about how it was a play this that the other it just points to their ignorance of the cops like everything else. The United States has the authority to convene congress either one house or both sales at any time of his choosing and present. So if he decided to literature, they decide each convened the congress on Mike drink three AM in the morning, some sadder and have on shallow surgeon Garbo, go round everybody up and get them there. And he has that defined one of his so he can do that at any trial true. And here's the thing. They don't have to show up. Now, the other thing is he could he could just go to the Senate. That's the other option. He could just say the hell with all y'all. I'm gonna just going to go to the Senate and do it over there. And you're not invited. Or or or or he could go the border wall, which I think it'd be the best thing you can do is go to the border wall. Yep. I mean, I mean for me the border wall would just be the perfect backdrop because that's what this is all about. And you you defined it. Exactly. It has nothing to do with the wall. It all has to do with them wanting to give him any time. Sure. It's all hatred for him. With the country or the wall. I agree with you there. Thank you. Nice to talk to you five three five nine seven three to George. You're on the Ben Ferguson show. Hi, yes, sir. I agree with everything you're saying, I think you make perfect sense tonight. And I gotta tell you. I don't always agree with you. But I I think.

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CBS names interim chairman as 2 board members step down

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

CBS names interim chairman as 2 board members step down

"Byford himself was a station manager on the London underground in the ninety s and says attention to detail is his passion in lower Manhattan, Marla diamond WCBS, NewsRadio eight eighty CBS's board put out word that they are replacing former CEO, Leslie Moonves with former Time Warner and CitiCorp chairman, Richard Parsons, who will take an interim board chairman title at CBS Parsons was born earlier this month along with five others as a

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"london underground" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"london underground" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"That's your bloomberg business flash here's leon guarantee with more on what's going on around the world good morning nara public jones has put further distance between the pizza chain and it's outspoken founder for using a racial slur its borders back to raft of decisions to review all types to john schnatter a victim from its headquarters and remove him from all marketing materials should who resigned as him in this month remains on the board and still owns about thirty percent of the company shares in afghanistan the number of civilians killed in the long running war has reached a record high in the first six months of this year the un says some one thousand six hundred ninety two fatalities were recorded with militant attacks in suicide bombs said to be the leading causes of death the report comes after at least seven people were killed in kabul and the london underground celebrating england's world cup run by renaming southgate station after manager signs outside the piccadilly line stop in north london will say gareth southgate for the next forty eight hours he guided england to fourth at the tournament they best in twenty eight years global news twenty four hours a day on talk on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm john guarantee this is bloomberg marcus thank you very much indeed leeann apparently there are calls of france to rename the sean solicit the dion didier deschamps elysee anyway let's talk a bit more about your politics john we donald trump has warmed up for his meeting with bloody murder putin by labeling the eu a photo on trade playing down expectations for his talks with the russian president later on let's turn to nick wall portfolio manager at old mutual global investors he's still with us in the studio nick to what extent are you watching political events such as this one i mean we've just seen donald trump on a tour through europe's starting off in brussels the uk now helsinki for this meeting with vladimir putin we're watching it very closely in a sense pizza must be company of his luck he's prematurely one this summit said speak before it's even started because he's going insists with trump labor in the eu he's going into it with trump having undermines nato to some respects and you know he might have been expecting or hoping for some along the lines of what happened with north korean leader kim jong get some concessions but with offering very little return but you know he must be very happy the way it feels like prison piece of has gotten more upside from the summit and trump has i think that's part of the reason why trump's advisors downplayed summit in the last couple of days if you're watching developments like this closely what outcome could we get that would actually be tradable i think you know if if he if present piece of managed to get gets more concessions from trump along the lines of nato's open door policy or us troops in western europe from the balkans or ending ukraine's support then i think you know that further that further undermines the dollar and i think in some respects is more isolation isolationism from the us and it's more with us withdrawing from the kind of international order i think a longtime that'd be that'd be next also the country at the effects ukraine places would become more volatile what's your base case when it comes to the dollar during these times where we're looking at the trade story we're looking at the politics where do you see adding from here we see the weaker for for a couple of reasons in the first is the the us is trying to reduce the trade balance at the same time it's issue in a lot of that is fiscal deficit has increased the lot and the as usual is gonna ask the rest of the world's funded steps up the creek parkway was all say that in the.

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"london underground" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast

The WIRED Podcast

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"london underground" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast

"In incredibly glamorous in fact you can hear matt reynolds trying to call down by moving that's these headphones are so hot that really big and crushing my little head yet it's very warm in this cupboard because there's no air con and it's fairly warm in london this week you probably noticed it and if you get on the london underground you live noticed it even more and it turns out the central line on the london underground is the hottest of of all the lines by quite a considerable distance that doesn't surprise me at all i have the pleasure of taking the central line at rush hour twice a day every day to get into work and yeah i mean it's a it's a good workout i feel like i sweat by the time i get to the office i'm sure you guys just love being seated on the desk namie so people in the central doing hot yoga on the platform in the morning just because it's almost like being in a sauna yeah exactly flutie so it's on averages over the some of them so it can be upwards of five degrees warmer than any other london underground line and it's not because it's busier it's not because it's deeper it's because of a whole variety of really weird reason so last summer londoners grim amusement and the same will happen this summer happens pretty much every year when temperatures on the central line surpass the eu limit which it is legal to transport count sheep and pigs so temperature for a couple of days over i think it was last june july when up to forty five point five degrees celsius the limit at safe trait safe transportation of cows is thirty degrees celsius that happens pretty much every year which is so awkward for the people that try and heard catalog to the tube can't do on days like don't do on the centralized you're right piccadilly absolutely cows love the piccadilly line so we've got a super map on site will include it in the show nuts as well if you want to see temperatures matt's onto the entire entire network which of course you do but the reason this is so interesting because a unique problem to london so listeners around the world will probably be in autumn being big cities with metro networks but none of you are on metronet what this is old is the london underground and there's a disadvantage to being i you make lots of steaks and the biggest mistake that london underground made was it didn't allow anywhere the heat to go so they didn't think about it so only one hundred one hundred and fifty years ago when some of the first tunnels being dug under london said the level tone is on a problem so you circle line district line city line metropolitan overground they're all absolutely fine because they were made by digging trenches and covering over for the most part so they appear above ground for out central london you can get the heat out but the deep level of networks this is the victoria line sensuali in the big lou line piccadilly northern waterloo and city this all of them no for the heat to escape so the jubilee line was built in the nineteen nineties they worked at the problem by then they put in fan fans and put him ventilation shafts the torey line they realized that probably get busier might get a bit hotter they might need to ventilate it and in recent years tf els introduce more ventilation the problem with the central line is it was doug such a long time ago they didn't think it would get hotter and incentives so when they thirst doug if things weren't hot down that right no london underground used to adv ties the tube during the summer is being a nice cool replace to go an escape the oppressive heat of the above ground world so you could cool off by taking a nice relaxing journey on the tube to get.

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"london underground" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"london underground" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Terms of world metro systems the london underground is out there you know in the top league yes it's obviously older than the those chinese new systems and yes it might not be kind of quite as fancy as some of the others it's a very solid reliable system that extends all around every part of london not britain into the south but most of north london most of east and west so it is something that is another thought we don't sell out services in that way so in a way this i think this is great that it shows that yes we should be exporting expertise instead of as you said having atp which is kind of parisian people deutsche bahn or ned rail kind of taking over services if the deal does go through it could be worth more than two and a half billion pounds over ten years and tiff l we've got about a quarter of that that cash will be very handy at the moment yes it would be there a cash shortage at the moment partly because siddiq khan decided to go for a fast for is about mainly because the government is not going to give london transport for london any money to run its operations it will still give some capital money but it's not going to give any money to run its operations from next year and that will make us unique across the world so a gate you might kind of be critical of london transport system but no other system in the world probably is self financing so a guy that's maybe something that you know we can teach those argentinians and by the way isn't it good that we're doing commercial deals we'd audited instead of sending a become boats over there how things have changed christian whom i thank you very much for.

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"london underground" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"london underground" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Of each size does each child receive drew meriva time is ten to seven now tomato survivors of the grand fultala fire and bereaved relatives will be among the congregation at st paul's cathedral with the prince of wales in the prime minister and national memorial service for rental tara is being held some of those who lived through that night six months ago come to rely on religious organizations as our religious affairs correspondent modern bashir reports doesn't matter how you arrive in this part north kensington whether on the london underground by foot on a bike or in a car the blackened skeleton of graham for tower is unavoidable it's a 24 story reminder of the deadliest fire in britain for more than a century in the middle of what say multicultural multi ethnic population and while religion is often described as the causes of conflict in the world around here faith communities didn't divide people instead they became places of compassion and constellation so we're in the downstairs michigan investment community church simon blanchflower leads an independent church directly below grim fool tower it was where some of the first lights were switched on as the horror unfolded on the night of june the 14th people came in to support voice in the media soft law of of comfort as well for voter haughty distressed people say letard like the churches the nearby el manama mosque continues to help tonight clary mendy who lost to relatives on the 20th floor is laying tables for a community dinner villa even from day one of the five looks i didn't see religion i discern humanity there's no division at home pasta derek wilson doesn't move him books to prepare for services at the tabernacle christian center about half a mile from gruntal tower he now shifts clothing rails so from the fourteen th of june when this tragedy took place we had the community and people.

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"london underground" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"london underground" Discussed on WGTK

"Here that was my first reaction when i saw that story today about another honour killing in london another battered not talking about syria i'm not talking about going out in iraq i'm talking about another honour killing in widened in i don't want that here keep them out of here donald trump is on the right road trying to keep them out of here my word theresa may somebody somebody should have looked at that speech and said miss prime minister you do understand that to refugees tried to blow up obama on our our in our london underground just about a week ago miss prime minister i i don't think it looks real good to be defending refugies right now my word trump marches on the trump doctrine will march on no matter what these moslem apologists especially in europe like theresa may do mm this is the jeweled won't program with his joe wolf a former congressman john wall.

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"london underground" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"london underground" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"No we're going to seventeen as i requested this is one of the great passages from uh the the it's a great motion picture of fish called wanda and the very alluring jamie lee curtis talking to kevin kline and he had been feeding her a lot of information trying to educator i share his knowledge base with her and she decided one day to correct him on a couple of things when they're having a back and forth now let me correct you on a couple of things okay stand was not belgian the central message of buddhism is not every man for himself you london underground is not a political movement those are all mistakes auto i looked him up are all stay exotica i looked up uh aris title was not belgian the central message of buddhism is not every man for himself and hillary clinton thinks that the central message of 1984 is that we need to rely on our leaders fahrenheit 451 is that there are too many books okay so now we have the new the new audio actuality the new sound bite from hillary and what does that it's thirteen is that what it is sixty okay said sixteen that's what it is okay no that's fine ochre matter what number it is all right so hillary clinton she has a she did an audio book japan and i tell you what when she read it have you heard the audio from the audio book it sounds like she's never even read it by funds like it sounds like it's the first time she's reading over this copy and it certainly doesn't sound like she wrote it and let me tell you something she didn't write it somebody who watches a lot of tv wrote a lot of tv a lot more tv than i watch wrote it okay so in this in this audio version of her a little book she talks about first of all we played the the audio about how there will be no absolution for you because she's the church of what the poison mind or whatever there will be no absolution and i looked up absolution a remission of sentence pronounced by a priest as in the sacrament of reconciliation.

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"london underground" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"london underground" Discussed on KKAT

"No we're going to seventeen as i requested this is one of the great passages from the the it's a great motion picture of fish called wanda and the very alluring jamie lee curtis talking to kevin kline and uh he had been feeding her a lot of information trying to educator share his knowledge base with her and she decided one day to correct him on a couple of things when they're having a back and forth bellamy correct you on a couple of things okay statoil was not belgian central message of buddhism is not every man for himself you london underground is not a political movement those are all mistakes auto i looked at my mistakes that i've looked uh aristide shuttle was not belgian the central message of buddhism is not every man for himself and hillary clinton thinks that the central message of 1984 is that we need to rely on our leaders fahrenheit 451 is that there are too many books okay so now we have the new the new audio actuality the new sound bite from hillary and what does that it's thirteen is that what it is sixty okay said sixteen that's what it is okay no let's find ochre matter what number it is all right so hillary clinton she has a she did an audio book and and i tell you what when she read it have you heard the audio from the audio book it sounds like she's never even read it by funds like it sounds like it's the first time she's reading over this copy and it certainly doesn't sound like she wrote it and let me tell you something she didn't write it somebody who watches a lot of tv wrote a lot of tv a lot more tv than i watch wrote it okay so in this in this audio version of her a little book she talks about first of all we played the the audio about how there will be no absolution for you because she's the church of what the poisoned mind or whatever there will be no absolution on i looked up absolution a remission of sentence pronounced by a priest as in the sacrament of reconciliation.

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"london underground" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

WSRQ Talk Radio

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"london underground" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

"You two five two d f sarasota venues had yesterday's terror incident on a london underground train the bbc's robert hall reports the eighteen year old man was arrested near the port of dover early today when i pressed best at the end of that press conference about whether they believe the individual they detained had dr eight links taps and even been response really in some way for what happened yesterday he wouldn't be drawn he simply say use the words which we heard a little bit earlier in the day this was a very significant arrest stressing the fact that they were not ruling out the fact that the possibility there might be other people involved of property believed to be connected to the suspect was searched in a suburb west of london forcing the evacuation of nearby homes this man in london going about business as usual obviously there is a little concerned but really not overly concerned i know there's a lot of security presence other precautions taken by the police more arrests in st louis has demonstrations continue following the acquittal of a former police officer in the death of a black motorist this missouri governor eric grayton only had people who decided there they were gonna vandalized law enforcement vehicles they were arrested people who assaulted law enforcement officers they were arrested and this protest in in st louis mall and others expected today causing the cancellation of several events including a u 2 concert in washington today supporters of the rap group insane clown posse rallied ahead of a concert they're demanding the fbi rescind its classification of juggle owes as a looselyorganized hi bridge gaining this man is a member i feel like something that they gave me thumba logo hannah goes along with anyone in any more you're gonna find that are not in a separate protest about do ten thousand protestors in lafayette square across from the white house demanding president trump takes strong action against russia in retaliation for moscow's interference in the 2016 election in.

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"london underground" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

WSRQ Talk Radio

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"london underground" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

"You two five two d f sarasota venues had yesterday's terror incident on a london underground train the bbc's robert hall reports the eighteen year old man was arrested near the port of dover early today when i pressed best at the end of that press conference about whether they believe the individual they detained had dr eight links taps and even been response really in some way for what happened yesterday he wouldn't be drawn he simply say use the words which we heard a little bit earlier in the day this was a very significant arrest stressing the fact that they were not ruling out the fact that the possibility there might be other people involved of property believed to be connected to the suspect was searched in a suburb west of london forcing the evacuation of nearby homes this man in london going about business as usual obviously there is a little concerned but really not overly concerned i know there's a lot of security presence other precautions taken by the police more arrests in st louis has demonstrations continue following the acquittal of a former police officer in the death of a black motorist this missouri governor eric grayton only had people who decided there they were gonna vandalized law enforcement vehicles they were arrested people who assaulted law enforcement officers they were arrested and this protest in in st louis mall and others expected today causing the cancellation of several events including a u 2 concert in washington today supporters of the rap group insane clown posse rallied ahead of a concert they're demanding the fbi rescind its classification of juggle owes as a looselyorganized.

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"london underground" Discussed on Analog(ue)

Analog(ue)

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"london underground" Discussed on Analog(ue)

"Privileged in the sense that i grew up with the tube in the london underground because it is an incredible system but i just need to let you know new yorkers you'll subway system is very confusing and that's all i have to say on the matter and i will accept no feedback on this matter if you are from new york i do not want it so in your defence this post is from 2011 which is before we knew each other and it's on my tumble odd which i haven't paid any attention to in at least three years however i wrote a post that's entitled navigating york subways new york city subways wanna one as top by virginia it goes through everything you need to know about how to navigate the subway in the span of probably two hundred words it is and i understand why you saying it's confusing in weird but really all all of boils down to when you're in manhattan any way is all the stuff that i needed to know there are you going uptown it downtown are you now exactly are you gonna have to under downtown it can you use an express train and in very rare all express trains this is a new thing i ended up in brooklyn by accident four and yet so it's upper downtown express or not and in very very rare circumstances you actually in this is only manhattan other boroughs totally different but in manhattan in very rare circumstances you need to actually pay attention to what train number or letter you're on usually though when you're in manhattan that's not terribly important and they only in the train number or letter only diverges once you're off manhattan.

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"london underground" Discussed on Waking Up with Sam Harris

Waking Up with Sam Harris

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"london underground" Discussed on Waking Up with Sam Harris

"I said one point in the book in the one of the things that we used to say about this years ago was nilo the french models were really well and the bottelier let top and then they had the older troubles and said people turned away from looking at the french integration modernism even the british one winners one and then the anglosaxon model nina didn't stop renew race riots in oldham in two thousand one didn't stop the london underground bombings in two thousand five and hasn't stopped the spate of terror attacks we've had in a free islamists attacks in ten weeks recently and so maybe not angus acts on a new look to scandinavia and they were in this all looked good out there but now it's kind of gearing rancid one of the things that a says is maybe it's not look we haven't nixed the integration thing maybe it is that we are in the middle of finding out that we just can't do integration when it's this speed with the people we of hand and this is of course a very uncomfortable a suggestion but it is maybe we actually conned digest this maybe it's not the fault of our digestion system and there is a considerable distance between the thinking of ordinary people in europe at this moment and the that of their leaders what have you gleaned about public opinion in europe now let me give you another so many a really striking opinion polls i given the book which which show by the way a a migration in one direction only in public opinion i may have set you before that of nobody says i used to really worry about islamic extremism in our don't.

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"london underground" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"london underground" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"London underground mosquitoes gonna be what we're talking about today you can probably guess from the name that it lives in the london underground so what's the deal with the london underground robert yeah i suppose we should is back up a few steps in his talk about that the tube itself the environment and ouch it boils indeed this is this was the the world's first underground railway opening an eighteen sixty three man that's early yeah i would not of believes that it's it's grown an expanded significantly ever since then and so today you got eleven alliance collecting make collectively him know about to four point eight million passengers today through two hundred and seventy stations and two hundred and fifty miles or four under kilometers of craft now despite the name its first keep in mind that only forty five percent of that is actually underground twenty yet completely plenty of track because above ground but still that's a whole lot of underground track okay so the london underground mosquitoes that's the london underground part miscue no part okay yeah let's talk about mosquitoes so and what are they are they offense some kind of la found i can't remember it well it's interesting has the mosquito we all know what the mosquito is we all have a very close relationship with that it is that release we've a very close relationship with a few types of mosquito and that's key because the world is currently home to some thirty five hundred named species of mosquitoes and of those thirty five hundred only two hundred or so actually bother humans but you know we were kind of your is a stubble right like the mosquito we thrive with these throughout most of the world and we offer large expansive relatively careless skin then all of a coursing was delicious blood how many don't usually think about hair is being such of a protective mechanism against paris it is i'm like that yeah i mean i like your mosquito on you come up again something really harry that's also trying to get there barbed wire yeah and we're large organisms compared to you know most or twosomes we're where large relatively here list and we're everywhere and so them skater was everywhere now the most common janeiro here are going to be the and awfully is clicks and the eighties mosquitoes.

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"london underground" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"london underground" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Out every wednesday and you can find them on i tuned spot of five google play anywhere else the podcast about okay we're back so the london underground mosquitoes gonna be what we're talking about today you can probably guess from the name that it lives in the london underground so what's the deal with the london underground robert yeah i suppose we should is back up a few steps in his talk about that the tube itself the environment and ouch it dwells indeed this is a this was the the world's first underground railway opening an eighteen sixty three man that's early yeah i would not of believes that it's it's grown and expanded significantly ever since then so today you got eleven alliance collecting make collectively him know about to four point eight million passengers a day through two hundred and seventy stations in two hundred and fifty miles or four under kilometers of craft now despite the name it's worth keeping in mind that only forty five percent of that is actually underground i mean yet completely plenty of track the goes above ground but still that's a whole lot of underground track okay so the london underground mosquito that's the london underground part miscue no part yeah yeah let's talk about mosquitoes so and what are they are they that's some kind of la found i can't remember well it's interesting because the mosquito we all know what the mosquito is we all have very close relationship with that it is that release we've a very close relationship with a few types of mosquito and that's key because the world is currently home to some thirty five hundred name species of mosquitoes and of those thirty five hundred only two hundred or so actually bother humans but you know we were kind of your is a stubble right like the mosquito we thrive with these throughout most of the world and we offer large expansive relatively careless skin all of a coursing was delicious blunt how many don't usually think about hair is being such of a protective mechanism against paris it to some like that yeah i mean i like your mosquito new come up again something really harry that's also trying to get there barbed wire yeah and we're large organisms compared to you know most or twosomes we're where large relatively here list or everywhere and so them skater was everywhere now that the most common janeiro.

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"london underground" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"london underground" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Out every wednesday and you can find them on i tuned spot a five google play anywhere else the podcast about okay we're back so the london underground mosquitoes gonna be what we're talking about today you can probably guess from the name that it lives in the london underground so what's the deal with the london underground robert yeah i suppose we should is back up a few steps in his talk about that the tube itself the environment and ouch it boils indeed this is this was the the world's first underground railway opening an eighteen sixty three man that's early yeah i would not of believes that it's it's grown an expanded significantly ever since then and so today you got eleven alliance collecting make collectively him know about to four point eight million passengers today through two hundred and seventy stations and two hundred and fifty miles or four under kilometers of craft now despite the name its first keep in mind that only forty five percent of that is actually underground twenty yet completely plenty of track because above ground but still that's a whole lot of underground track okay so the london underground mosquitoes that's the london underground part miscue no part okay yeah let's talk about mosquitoes so and what are they are they offense some kind of la found i can't remember it well it's interesting has the mosquito we all know what the mosquito is we all have a very close relationship with that it is that release we've a very close relationship with a few types of mosquito and that's key because the world is currently home to some thirty five hundred named species of mosquitoes and of those thirty five hundred only two hundred or so actually bother humans but you know we were kind of your is a stubble right like the mosquito we thrive with these throughout most of the world and we offer large expansive relatively careless skin then all of a coursing was delicious blood how many don't usually think about hair is being such of a protective mechanism against paris it is i'm like that yeah i mean i like your mosquito on you come up again something really harry that's also trying to get there barbed wire yeah and we're large organisms compared to you know most or twosomes we're where large relatively here list and we're everywhere and so them skater was everywhere now the most common janeiro.

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