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Fresh update on "manchester" discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

01:05 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "manchester" discussed on Men In Blazers

"Three in the box waiting for the cross and it was very long. Once about that from Gareth Bale. Off the bench with a fabulous finish. Real Madrid show Liverpool one, a classic Champions League Final goal from Gareth Bale. Liverpool limped away undone by equal parts brilliant saint malevolent, seething, but with a sense of exactly what they need to fulfill their fans deeply held dreams. And though the two teams met last season in the quarterfinals, Real Madrid replicated that three one school line over the two legs. It's the 2018 matchup that sticks front to mind as we head towards Saturday's game in Paris. Let's begin right there as a 2018 final was an occasion that could be pointed to as a sliding doors moment for both teams. The initial force that sent them down the pass that had brought them back here starting with Liverpool whose exceptional 2018 squad was undermined by a lack of depth yet Alana clava Klein amongst the substitutes that day, the following summer saw the arrivals of the new Friends fabinho nabi cater and Alice on amongst others, Rory, leaving aside the most salar of it all, what lines do you draw for that loss in the final to where Liverpool find themselves today? I think it was that season really that maybe made clear where Klopp's Liverpool would go in even though it ended in that heartbreaking defeat. I think you saw in the victory, particularly over Manchester City in the quarterfinals, that felt like a really sort of significant seismic moment for this Liverpool team that was still coalescing, but they'd also beaten city in the lead as well. They were nowhere close to Manchester City in the Premier League title race that year. But I think from memory, they were the first team in England to beat Manchester City that season at Anfield. And that I think was the moment at which Liverpool figured out there's still a big gap, you know, we're still at a relative underdog in terms of winning titles and what have you, but we are definitely going in the right direction. And the best stage of that is probably Pep Guardiola's reaction. There's a great bit in the Amazon Prime documentary about Manchester City. Where Guardiola is with his assistants in a dressing room, obsessing over Liverpool's from three. And that's perfectly normal. That's exactly what pepper body oil should be doing. Except that it is a few minutes before a game against Everton. And it shows the level to which Guardiola is starting to think. Okay, Liverpool are now a problem for us. They kind of made it to Kyiv in that wave of emotion that very dramatic style you had the swarm affected in city in the first light of the quarterfinal, then they play Roma and it's second leg of that time is one of the strangest games I've ever seen. The Liverpool were always comfortable. They always had a cushion. You never felt for a second that they were going to be eliminated. And yet in the end, if Rome restored once more, it would have gone to extra time. That was very much a Liverpool built from that first cloth of Jürgen Klopp. It was the heavy metal football. It was the embrace of chaos, the harnessing of that raw energy that power. And I think they weren't yet a team capable of controlling big game. They waited for these surges to come, and when they came, they were unstoppable and electric and breathtaking. You never knew when they were in a comb. They seemed to come out of nowhere almost quite often in that period watching Liverpool. You sort of watched them for 20, 25 minutes and it nothing's working here. This is really bad and then suddenly there'd be three nil up and you wouldn't have any idea how. And they didn't yet have that full harness on their own abilities. In Kyiv, maybe that immaturity of the process of the journey. The fact that it was still a team at the start of its journey together, that was exposed by the most ruthless team there is in Europe. Real Madrid had the nous in that game. And I think what happened perhaps in hindsight is that Klopp looked at it and thought, okay, well, we now have to find a way to be more than just these surges. We have to find a way to control our bursts and that is the root of success. Yeah, and there's two archeological layers. The topsoil dug away and you'd find the Virgil Van Dyke level and then you'd find the most recent level Thiago there'll be many, many breaths being hauled across Liverpool's wool fanbase to see if he's physically fit to go again on Saturday, but that is essentially the different levels of control that clot realized he needed for this team too, ratchet up the levels. I think he worked out that they couldn't win trophies by being so it sounds like criticism is not meant to be, but kind of emotion driven. That first team that he built at Liverpool in those first three years did understand how to harness the power of a crowd and how to ride the crest of a wave and how to make itself a kind of irresistible force, but you can't win. You certainly can't win titles like that. You might be able to win champions leads like that, but you can't well you definitely can win champions leagues like that because if Real Madrid win the Champions League this year, that's exactly what they'll have done. But you will struggle, I think, to win titles, particularly particularly the Premier League title like that against an opponent like city. I think he recognized that Liverpool basically needed to be a little bit more boring, a little bit more consistent, a little bit more stayed, a little bit more stable as an element rather than this very volatile thing that he crafted. The sign in Alice in that someone was crucial, something fabinho was really central. But maybe the better illustration of it might be cater..

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Fresh update on "manchester" discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:11 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "manchester" discussed on ESPN FC

"Man city, but you will always see that an era can come to an end and I'm looking forward to battle with them and I'm sure all the other in the prep league, all the clips will want to do that. You come to an end before they decide to leave. I think, yeah. Okay. Isn't that a good time to be taking over at Manchester United? Given the bar has been set so low. Well, I suppose that is a very good point. And yeah, I mean, that's one way of looking at it. The problem is, there's a lot of dead wood in there. There's a lot of problems. I like his answer there. Well, a few of them. But I did late when he says about Ronaldo taken mortal leadership. And he said, I'll talk to Ronaldo foss and then I'll let you know. Yeah. I like that. Listen, I'm not going to discuss that here. I'm going to talk to the players. You know, we'll figure it out. But the one thing is, I'm sure he is. But most of the Dutch guys I played with and what thunder are extremely focused, extremely single minded, know what they want. And pursue what they want with a great vehement, a 100%. And he's going to have to do that as club. I think that the last incumbent, the last term convents, one of them was a part time or obviously in Ralph ran, but the other one was it were weak. Now, ran the exposition was weak because of his possession, which was entered him. Source guy was this week because the players know that it really shouldn't have been there. Eric ten hagg I'm sure will not get over that thought process or indication. But he's going to have he's going to have to make some real hard decisions. And I think he knows that. It's his way of the highway. Otherwise, he's going to be digging the next grave for the next man united manager because there's been a long lesson as Ferguson, some pretty good managers have been in that graveyard. And he doesn't want to be the next one. So if he is going to feel and I'm not saying he is, but if you are going to feel a job, make sure your bloody will feel it, doing it your way. Right. Not doing it the way of some other clone who has no idea what the football department is all about. Mario, with your iax ways, tell us a little bit more about ten hag and how you think he's going to fit and what sort of person Manchester United have appointed. Yeah, no, what quick said is that and we have a philosophy, right? You got to pick your own the way you think is right there. Of course, they want to play creative football, attacking football. They want to win beautifully. It's a little bit, I don't want to say the same, but the similar to what Pep Guardiola plays. That's why Barcelona and ix are so much in connection with each other. But in a way from that, what is very key at man united is being in charge because that club is so big and everybody will always be watching it and what are you going to do? And that is going to be the question for Eric. When he comes there is making sure that he is the leader. Craig highlighted that because one thing footballers are very good at. It's just like little kids. We will find your weak spot. And when we find it, they almost milk it out. And you as a manager, if you don't want that to happen, you have to show you who you are from the Thursday you get in charge because that's why you know like going back to what he said regarding Ronald, for example, he knows that he's one of the most key figures in this group. So he knows that he has to have that conversation with him. He needs to talk to him. He can not do that in front of everybody in every camera because then he's going to put himself wide open. No, he's got to do it. And that's what they do at IX two. You can always go and talk to the coach. So what I feel is that he's going to do a lot of work. That's why he highlighted he was a TV and hologram. He said, I'm not going on holiday. And they all started laughing at him and they said, you're not going on holiday. You're going to get a big job and he said, no, I probably won't next time to go on holiday because there's so much to be done there. So this is one of the key things. And that's why his focus is definitely a 100% there because he wants to build something beautiful. And now it comes down to his skills. It's interesting the point that both Mario and Shaka Craig made shack, but it's the fact that you're going to go in there and make sure you know them know that you are the boss, which they haven't had really, I suppose since Jose. Yeah, that's right. Not only that you are the boss that you have the backing of the club, you're there for the long term and you're there to do things your way as Craig Riley pointed out. Because anything less, I think we play as take advantage of that..

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Fresh update on "manchester" discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

00:41 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "manchester" discussed on ESPN FC

"Champions League, which continues to elude Manchester City, but to the point around the Premier League, it makes them all the better. It forces everybody else to do likewise. I think Liverpool you've seen how they continue to do business. I mean, Diaz, this January is as added another dimension to them. And that's the beauty of these two teams. And Craig was just talking about Manchester United and arsenal and that rivalry. How these two have remained consistent. City have the money to bring in whoever they wanted seems and Jürgen Klopp has gotten every single signing absolutely right in a way that they just keep getting better to match Manchester City. Answer, it promises to be this way for quite some time. Daunting task for everybody else, but for neutrals, it's most watering just to think about what's to come. Hey, you want to spend less time trying to become the mayor of Newcastle and getting your dog under control. Yeah, what was going on? Television. And you're control your dog. But he's just walking around. I'm on my lawn so she's coming to me. I've lost him. I saw you on camera. You were sitting there waving to the crowd. Lapping it all up. I know. Can't even keep his nose. So quite the season for Manchester City. We have a goal difference of plus 73. Why do I bring that up? Because across the city, Manchester United had a goal difference of zero. That was their worst goal difference ever. And it's a number of records when you take a look at how they.

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Fresh update on "manchester" discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:18 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "manchester" discussed on ESPN FC

"But just from a pure sports view from just the pure entertainment view, that 5 minutes was something else. There was incredible. You know, like you're watching football and you just think like, you know, like I had both games alone and I'm just waiting who's gonna paint do the punch line first and I live with what goes up goes up and then you go to city and then they take 5 minutes to give you an answer. I was like wow you know like at one point I thought literally like what Greg highlights. I thought Liverpool was taking this home. It's done. And I was like, yeah, this is typical club. Yeah, this mentality and everything. And then oh my God, how these guys did it. I think they had so many creative people in their team. That is what the city has. And so many goals they scored over what 99 goals and one season I was like, it was almost impossible for me not to make it. So that's why for them to go down or a shot but what he didn't have time the conversation he had with them must have worked really well because they took 5 minutes to change the whole game around. Shaq, how long would we want working to get a 12 years and you think you've seen everything and then something like that happens? Yeah, absolutely ridiculous. And I don't care if you're a football fan or not. I think that was must see viewing for everybody. But for all the reasons that that Craig and Mario just pointed out, both games poised so delicately Liverpool are all square, city of two back and you just wonder can villa hold on, then they score Liverpool are still tired with wolves and honestly you can not take your eye off either game because he must be watching you watching Liverpool and with that going on, you know, you look at to see the fans are getting messages onto the players, how these messages on the players are going to react. It was absolutely ridiculous. No, no, I like her. Regardless of who you support or whether you watch this game or not, you had to be glued just for pure drama. A fund of some funds don't realize what pressure does to even the best. That's what it does. Mine set the illusion to Aston Villa at home and they've got nothing to play for. Because I've got nothing to lose and I've got everything to lose. I'm either clear that makes a mistake. I'm either player that gives Ebola where my mother clearly gets sent off. Am I going to cost my team? My club, my manager, all my teammates. As I said to you, I saw it firsthand. The year in 98, I saw, and I'm talking about big players. Henry Larsen, Paul Lambert had just won a Champions League at Dortmund. And the week that we could win the league and rangers could win a stop training and sent everybody home because the training session was a shambles. The boys were almost fighting. Right. Because of the pressure, because it was just getting to everybody. And whilst these mindset it players have been through this before, it doesn't go away. It doesn't make it any easier that you've won the league before. It's still an opportunity to lose it. And I think that's why we never saw it on its Manchester City for Aston Villa Nell. That's too easy. Right. It's just too easy. As a player, do you prefer the thornhill or the voice? Yeah, I checked the full mill. For sure. Particularly when you know that earth scenario, we know rangers were going to win. Probably at Tanner dice, against the DNA, and they're dead. And so we had to be probably although it took a while. Listen, let me pull the gun a bit wolves. That's got to be the conversation. We need to do this for ourselves. We can't make any mistakes. And I think we saw the pressure and the tension again and the supporters and the stadium and for the manager. But and that kind of perverse way, it just makes for brilliant television. Of course. Brilliant entertainment and that's one thing. I mean, to have what was at one point in the end of whatever it was between these two fantastic teams after 38 games is just, I mean, I saw I started today that said and it's just that Liverpool would have won umpteen amount of leagues with the 91.90 odd points and whatever it is Klopp's got a Liverpool that is finished runner up. Yeah. They.

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Fresh update on "manchester" discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

00:33 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "manchester" discussed on ESPN FC

"Crying and yet through brilliance and through sloppiness from villa through the changes of the emotion, the dog again at a time when do you know when the allusion to a nail I thought Liverpool are going to let them away with us here and that's going to be a huge mistake and then they scored and then this got the thought. But what city were able to do at the end was amazing and I always felt it was going to be a really emotional day again because these things have cleared in the last not in England and it's got enough played in the last day of a season when another team can win the league and you can win an as a hellish week of preparation and I think we saw that from these city players. Of course the back pages and the newspapers in England all about that 5 minute spell in which Manchester City went from agony to ecstasy. Mario, we see a lot, don't win. We haven't got a horse in this race, you know, we're not managed to see fans Liverpool fans or anything.

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"manchester" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:57 min | Last month

"manchester" Discussed on ESPN FC

"And win the game. Congratulations on the win and the goal. Thank you. Thank you. Barcelona taking second spot back with that win. Leapfrogging Sevilla and going into that game as we just heard Gemma talking to the plays about against eintracht Frankfurt on the back of a win, which is very important for them, but Gemma, you're very honest and open with the plays when you were talking there, it obviously wasn't the best Barcelona that we did see. But what was the feeling you got on the mood afterwards in the mix zone and the players coming from the dressing room was it a positive one? Or like, yes, you know, this study on the mix zone work with other interviews is really just next to the locker room. So I could watch the players get into the locker room the way they were having the way they were celebrating the way they believed as well. I could feel this is a very important win for the team because I think they struggled so much and at some point they were thinking they were not getting the three points and that means that the leaguer fight is over even though it's very, very difficult. They are still trying a list to fight until the very last minute. It was a feeling of they've just done something important and that they did that because of mentality. This is actually what chubby highlighted after that the game that the winning mentality of this team, I think that's one of the most important things that chubby brought to this team. This kind of positivity and the feeling that they can do it. But I think we have to be honest. It was another poor game of Barcelona, especially in the first half. It's the same feeling we had against Andrew crumble and I think chavi and the players are worried that on Thursday it's going to be really tough with a team that it has more physical power. It got the same system and they have to play a really brilliant game to try to be in the next run of the autopilot. If Barcelona wants it the best one player who we always know is when he comes onto the pitches, Pedro. That's two straight weeks. You've been there pitchside Gemma and seen his brilliance firsthand, yeah, he's a different player. He's a player coach by a magical borrowed something amazing. We started having the feeling last season that he was something different. It's kind of unfair to compare him with names. Sometimes we put him with Iniesta, but he's got something special today. Once again, out of the bench, he was resting today because since he was back on track after being injured, he played all the games and just two of them coming off the bench. So he was playing a lot. Chubby was trying to take care of him, thinking on Thursday, but that thing was not working. So he had to do something and he put a game changer like pedri. And I think he's that. He's a different player. He's the game changer. He knows exactly what to do in moment. And I think the best way to describe him is what his former coach Pepe Mel did when he was in playing in the union deportiva Las palmas. And he was a hammer player. He still is one. He said, there's a rich man. There's a millionaire and he still doesn't know it. Well, I think he is that and he still doesn't know he's a millionaire, but he's a different player. And he is inspiring so much his team. There is a Barcelona when Pedro is on the field, and there is about when he is not inspiring. And we could feel that at the beginning of the season, where he was injured. Yeah, and we certainly expect to see him from the start on Thursday. Will you be at the game on Thursday, jemma? No, I'm not. I'm doing the champions both games in Madrid of the Champions League. And I think I won't be able to get it there. So you'll be messed with great to have you here with us today on FC as always. Thanks for all your work, pitch.

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"manchester" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:22 min | Last month

"manchester" Discussed on ESPN FC

"A side that they would beaten by in the reverse fixture. Anyway, as mentioned, Archie was at the game for us. He's also with Jan Agatha, we can hear from them now. In fact, I'll send it right over to you actually. I'd love to know more about what's going on with Gio rayner. Thanks, Kate. It's not just about you right now, though. It's about the amount of injuries that British don't have had. I think the most public of them has been Georgia because we've seen him in tears every time that he's having to come off and you can understand why a teenager here who's coming back first injury Jan every time it seems there are questions marks over whether the club are getting it right on when he can play again. Well, first of all, I feel I feel sorry for the lad, the young lad and I feel the way he's showing his feelings. I think that's fantastic. But if I was the management of George mood, I would be crying too, because there are too many muscles injuries. You're talking about giovana, you also talk about Ellen Holland. And sometimes the critic is only being of him. He's a world star, but he's always injured and so, and we've heard the same with GRA, now I'm blah, blah, blah, big talons, and so on. There is a massive problem at the club. And this week, the sacked their physiotherapist and I've talked to other people. They said, this should be the start because you can't have it like this because the numbers of injuries they've had on most of this season that is not in the top of the Bundesliga. Let's look at the performance. They've received a lot of criticism this week, Borussia Dortmund after what happened against our be Leipzig. Is there a positive to be drawn out of that? Coming to a stadium like this like Stuttgart full House, everyone on their back. I think there is starchy and I think we saw the Leipzig game and the losing his lever cause and losing it by an at home and so on and so on. I think the way they handle themselves today coming back here at the stadium, the atmosphere was fantastic. I mean, underestimated it stood out to be fair in that department. A lot of criticism, a lot of individual players being pointed at in the German media. These players will not be at the club next season. We need Marco rossa players can do more pressing and so on and so on and then coming back and winning two zero today. I think that was a good performance. Professional and you saw they were happy and also the small things that I like to see. They score the first goal the one zero goal, big celebration, all the players involved, that just, it just was a signal that the team atmosphere is good for them, and they have to end this season. And this season for them will be a start of a new season. And Stevie will love that in the studio. Then it's getting closer in the German Buddhist league. It's closer to the bottom as well, still got remain in a relegation battle, have to see what happens with BFO Wolfsburg and how to union. Moving on to Bayern, we found out today that they will not be losing any points after their extra man for 20 seconds or so in Freiburg. They're playing Augsburg on Saturday, a team who have taken more points against Bayern in the last 8 years or so than Borussia Dortmund have in the Bundesliga, so a very dangerous opposition. It's always dangerous for Bayern is always fully different. Who used to be the amateurs for Bayern and now he's come back. I think he's beating up three times. So he's a big chance for them. Dortmund didn't get any help from DFP or what DFL or whatever decided on the green table and the green tissue we might use in Germany. 6 points should we steal hold for a fight, Archie? Yeah. So Ricardo peppy, just a quick word on him. He's still struggling to make his mark. At what point do we say he's getting used to the league? Or do we say? He needs, what does he need, Jan? No, he didn't need goals. I've been in that situation. Remember, coming to swindon. And I didn't get the goals early doors in a new country, then you start doubting yourself. You losing a bit confidence and you think, should I change my way of playing? And then you start doing compromises with yourself, and then it's a bad circuit for him. So he needs goals,.

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"manchester" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:21 min | Last month

"manchester" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Through it. A little bit of peace and spin on it. Keep those going the other way initially. Can get back for it. I still got right back into the thick of the relegation battle with that result. So I'm going back to winning ways after that loss, as mentioned to Leipzig and hoping to put that pressure on buying at the top of the table. I write you in Tut was at the game for us today afterwards. He caught up with emre churn to talk about Georgia's latest injury. Just finally, we have to talk about your teammate Gio rayner. I don't know what voodoo doll is controlling him, but the luck that he's having with injuries right now. We saw him in tears going down the tunnel. What can you say about that? It's difficult to say something. It's pretty, you know? He's such a good football. He's such a good guy. And he's very young and then again, I think, I don't know about that. I think it's a muscle injury again. And I hope it's nothing serious and yeah, he's young. You have to work, you have to get in shape and of course it's difficult, you know? It's difficult, but you have to work, you have to come a stronger back in the after workout. You just have to you mentioned the muscle injury there. Do you feel like you're being worked very hard in training? Are these muscle injuries happening for a reason? I think nobody knows in the club or nobody knows from where this comes and of course we train well. I think other teams train well too, but I think it's not just one thing where you can say, okay, that's why we have so many muscle injuries that but of course we know that we had this year. Too many. And so that result does mean that it is just a little closer for now for four minutes to buy in Munich. Obviously it didn't go their way last time. But Bayern Munich do face Augsburg this weekend, a side that they would beaten by in the reverse fixture. Anyway, as mentioned, Archie was at the game for us. He's also with Jan Agatha, we can hear from them now. In fact, I'll send it right over to you actually. I'd love to know more about what's going on with Gio rayner..

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"manchester" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:00 min | Last month

"manchester" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Go back to that point. No, I want to go back just briefly to the king point. I am of the opinion that he would have moved the needle even more for city. I mean, we've seen some of his performances this season and taught him. But I do think it would have moved the needle for them big time. Yeah, they've got goals and of course, but I go back to this point. Okay, it didn't meet a very high valuation in the end from Tottenham. But pep while the all I did not chase this player because he thought he was going to make set the upper side. It changed hurricane and he wanted hurricane because he thought it could make the difference. And take games and big games and big competitions. And that's why it went after the play on that. It never happened, but clearly he felt that obviously we're going to be a better team with Harry Kane and that squad. So I personally think had they got in the summer, they may have been, they may have been already out of sight. But they didn't. And I have to say, the corpse admirably, but yeah, I think for me, high quality would have certainly shifted the needle big time for SETI. Stevie, midweek, it was Diaz mane and Salah. Big question is for this game who's the front door? Well, I would start off by saying, I think, I think Bobby fermina was no 5th in line. You know, I always thought that at the best, if there were all at the best, the front three pect itself. But the truth is, for me, it was not really been kicking a ball for the whale. You could argue that Salah hasn't quite been at his best, but he's playing my plan, no question. So for me, do you pick Diaz or do you deal with Giotto? And I don't think you can make a mistake because if you pick Jota, he can play through in the middle and you know you can work balls in because this kid in the air is fantastic, but you could also play DI's wade and put money in the middle. Or you could put shala in the middle and plead Diaz and money weight. I mean, so for me, the question is, is it Diaz or Google jot? And I'm not quite sure. And you're not concerned about fellow not being able to score from open play in the last 6 games. Although big game, huge game, biggest game of the season, you're not playing your style man. Sorry. Not a chance. He's fostered. Stevie was talking about that front three. Me, I've been, as you know, I've been away for a month, so I haven't really been involved in watch march, but I thought I had Stevie say a week ago that Joe had to start. So he's obviously a little bit conflicted now, and listen. And that's the thing. When you don't watch,.

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Who Is 'First Casualty' Author Toby Harnden?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:45 min | Last month

Who Is 'First Casualty' Author Toby Harnden?

"Before we get into these amazing stories, Mike span, David Tyson, John walker lind, who is Toby Honda. Tell us about what you did in the British armed forces and your life as a journalist before you became an author. Yes, well, you know, we share a somewhat similar accent as listeners and viewers will detect. You still got yours. Our minds kind of rubbing off a little bit, but I don't know. I'm worried. I'm worried about mind getting a little bit Americanized. But I trust yeah, you're a bit soggy in the middle of the Atlantic somewhere. Yeah, I mean the ace. So yeah, I'm 56 years old, I was born in 66. My father was in the navy. We moved around, we sort of ended up in Manchester, industrial city in the northwest. You don't have a mancunian accent. I think the Royal Navy actually did for the mancunian accent, which was pretty skin deep anyway. But you know, I sort of, you know, I wanted to follow in my father's footstep, I guess there's so many sort of young men do. And I also wanted to get out of Manchester and see the world and it just seemed like a very kind of insular sort of small sort of place. And so all that teenage angst was just channeled towards working hard to get out. And so I got a sponsorship from the I joined the navy at 18. Went to Dartmouth, which is the Britannia royal naval college, kind of the equivalent of the U.S. naval academy at Annapolis, but not really because it's more basic officers training. It's like santas is shorter. Yeah, that's right. I mean, I was there for less than a year. And I threw the navy I got a sponsorship to Oxford to study modern history, so I went off whilst serving naval officer, although I barely wore the uniform for those years apart from a few months sailing around sort of Hong Kong and the far east and Australia. So I had some good times. Yes, exactly. So I was serving naval officer for three years at college and then graduated from college and was pitched in to a career. Which I enjoyed immensely, but you know, it was after the Falklands War, which was 1982, I was joining and supplying to join just sort of join the Falklands actually, age 16. But I missed that. I was stationed in Scotland for the Gulf War, tried very hard to get involved. They managed to that's a long way away from Iraq. I know. They managed to win it without meeting my services. And I remember my boss at the time said, listen to, we don't worry about it. There's going to be plenty of time for medals. And I remember thinking, no, there won't. And of course I left after ten years of service without a single

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Larry Taunton's Friend Paul Reed Is in Twitter Jail

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:34 min | 3 months ago

Larry Taunton's Friend Paul Reed Is in Twitter Jail

"So we're going to go first to our guest, Larry Taunton, my friend Larry welcome. Hey, it's great to be with you and tell John, I hope he gets himself together. Yeah, he's messed up. The dude is messed up. No, it's just that it's some kind of a tech issue. But what do I care? I get to talk to you either way, I'm thrilled. You I want to talk to you about this monstrous monstrous article that poor David French wrote. But before we get to that, you have a friend who is in quote unquote Twitter jail right now. When I heard your story and you wrote about it at Larry Alex Taunton dot com, I said, we've got to talk about this. So tell my audience the story. Yes, Paul Reed, many of your viewers, listeners will be familiar with the trilogy. The Winston Churchill biography by William Manchester called the last Lion. Well, Paul Reed, who is a West Palm Beach, posed reporter. He wrote that third volume defender of the realm. Paul is not a conservative as you and I think of it, but by the standards of today, Paul looks like a guy on the right. But isn't this the beauty of it? The shifting and the sifting that's happening. I mean, here's a guy, he's obviously somewhat pro Churchill. Absolutely. No, you'd love his book. I mean, the last Lion series, the trilogy is wonderful. And Paul's a bestselling author that book received rave reviews. And so what happened is last week, a tweet appeared with an Iranian man parading his wife's head through town he could beheaded her. Let's be clear, folks, in case you're having issues listening, maybe there's noise in the background. I just want to be clear. What my friend Larry just said. Last week there was a tweet. Where an Iranian man. He put this on Twitter, correct? Absolutely. Holding the head of his 17 year old wife, whom he had just murdered, that was posted on Twitter. Isn't Twitter wonderful that they're allowing freedom of expression because listen, there are some people who think that beheading your young wives is a good thing. And Twitter doesn't take a position on that, so they let him post

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"manchester" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

05:45 min | 3 months ago

"manchester" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Know, we have four daily Spanish newspaper about sports. So they have to fool the cover every day. So this was yesterday's covered up export Helen, a top priority today is Alexander Lisa and they say in a smaller capital letter, well, if we can not get hull and maybe we will try with Alexander Isaac. So of course they will try to Bailey hall and all European teams warn him, even they are struggling in a financial way. They think next season, they will have more spending limit. They have their Goldman Sachs great. They will have a new sponsor marketing Bill. So they will try. But it's not being easy. Actually, the person that CEO who was supposed to get Barcelona financial truck he just resigned this week. So the team may be in the sport way is in a better moment financially and everything regarding the board of members. It's always complicated and drama in Barcelona that they will try. They have a big argument. It's like, okay, Holland, maybe we are not in our best time in history. We are not that team with more money or more football right now, but you will be the king of this project like Ronaldinho was in 2003 and Leonel Messi was in the last decade so you will be the king of this team and you have a lot of prospects youngsters with talent and we will make a promising team to try to win good things again. Stuart, how would this bar side shape up with Erling Haaland in it? A lot better, wouldn't it? Because early harland is a magnificent player. It's somebody that can run in behind so they can have their passing football, they can pass it and be clever around the box, but they're also got the pace, and he's also good in the air. People don't give him enough credit for how good he is in the air. He's timing of runs into the box. He's got great spring. Any team that has earned in Holland in the side will be a much, much better side and that counts a Barcelona as well. They've got two ways of playing then. Yeah, and an interesting one, though, that we're seeing is obviously with erling harland. Real Madrid did have him in mind, but said they'd rather wait till 2023 because the priority is Killian and bap a. We know Harlan's not going to wait around jewels. Does that mean that the dog would be open for PSG? I think it means that the door would be open for any other club really because I think the idea for earning hundred is to leave normal. I mean, we've seen we've seen the frustration on his face at times when he was playing and when he was not playing in a team that really blows hot and cold this season Marco rosa capable of some really positive and good things and also capable of some disastrous performances as we saw last weekend, for example, when he was not playing. So I think he knows that his time at the club is up now, and I needed to get that big move, run Madrid. I think he's probably his favorite destination, of course, but would he wait another year? I'm not so convinced either, but then it makes sense for rammed really to wait a bit. You already have Benzema and Venetians. And Keenan and bati, if you go and get him this summer. So on top of dialing hard and I think it's very complicated, which means that our club like PSG can certainly believe that to replace human papi, if he was to leave to go to rum Madrid, then I think they will have a good project to propose to harden and his family and mino raiola and put on the table. We know how close we are to PhD and to live on auto. We know they've got the money for not just the release growth and the transfer fee. But overall, the package for higher than we're talking 300 million. This is how much it will cost for whoever wants to sign him over the next 5 years. PhD can afford that, especially after I believe. So there will believe that there's certainly believe he's the perfect replacement. Not so much in the way he plays compared to Mbappé. But in terms of the market signing and the one guy who can come in and basically take this ball of Mbappé and you don't really see much difference. This is him, but I think city probably thinks the same and Barcelona. And a lot of the clubs in Europe. So there would be a big fight for Ireland, whether he ends up our Real Madrid or PhD. I don't think he knows himself yet. I don't think he's decided when he would want to play next season, but in PhD will certainly go big on him and hope that he chooses them. Holland is definitely got the pick of the bunch. Let's say it was and bappe at Real Madrid and highland at Barcelona. Would you like to see that LA? Well, absolutely. Who wouldn't? Selfishly, we would like to see these two players coming into the prime of their career going against each other. It would create and I know they're different players and different personalities and different times. But it would create a sort of Ronaldo messy situation once again. And it gives you all sorts of storylines. And as to how Barcelona are going to make this happen, I don't know. Are they printing money? Are they playing with monopoly money? I have no idea, because for all that we know, Barcelona has been going through a financial crisis to the point where they couldn't even register players on time. And now we are supposed to believe that they're going to package a deal that is going to make Erling Haaland happy to the point where he would come to Barcelona. Well, I suppose so. I don't know how the mathematics works. I don't know if they're using a calculator or an abacus. I have no idea. But the truth of the matter is, if indeed, it ended up working out and bopping Holland would be a dream, not only for Real Madrid, Barcelona would be a dream for la diga as well. Yeah, and we can certainly dream. Anyway, plenty of La Liga action coming up for you this weekend on ESPN+ Ali.

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UK police arrest another 2 men over Texas hostage siege

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 4 months ago

UK police arrest another 2 men over Texas hostage siege

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UK police arrest 2 men over Texas synagogue hostage-taking

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 4 months ago

UK police arrest 2 men over Texas synagogue hostage-taking

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Texas rabbi: Security training paid off in hostage standoff

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 4 months ago

Texas rabbi: Security training paid off in hostage standoff

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"manchester" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

05:49 min | 6 months ago

"manchester" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"So there is this uprising, essentially, against the forces of globalization and soccer, there is this enormously messy backlash, right with Manchester now the epicenter of it and then last month. Probably the single biggest global icon in the entire sport suddenly becomes available on the open market. How does christiano Ronaldo a guy who basically began his pro career with united more than a decade ago? But a guy who seemingly would also represent everything those old school united fans would hate. How does that guy wind up back at Old Trafford? He is looking to leave Juventus. And there's a lot of speculation that he will land at Manchester City. That just would have been a bridge too far, frankly for united fans. If their club didn't have the money or the wherewithal to go after a player who'd gotten his start at United, who long talked with deep, affection about united, if that guy was allowed to go to man city than what really are we doing here? And so united just couldn't let that happen. But right, what's so on the nose about this is that when you talk about a stateless entity. Oh, explain Ronaldo and his celebrity and how it is transcendent in all of these ways. Ronaldo is, I mean, more corporation than a person. My favorite stat is that he has 14 million more Instagram followers than there are human beings in the United States. No. Right, it's remarkably jarring to be like, you know, I think I have a good handle on who famous people are and then using that Cristiano Ronaldo has over 340 million Instagram followers. I didn't know that number could fit on the page. I mean, might be the most famous person on the planet. He's definitely in the top 5 and I would argue that he's the most famous person on the planet. Yeah. And his whole lifestyle is made possible by the fact that he can just bounce from nation to nation. Whoever has the biggest paycheck, a sub zero refrigerator keeps his ionized water the same temperature, whether it's in Turin or Manchester or Madrid. And so that guy, the guy who started his pro career with man united in 2003, the guy who played their till 2009 before leaving for Real Madrid and becoming the guy astride global soccer capitalism, he is now with man united once again. And how does the city react to that news? I mean, you know there's traffic signs that tell commuters like how long the weight is. Those traffic signs in Manchester when I got there on Thursday, said welcome home CR7. I mean, the place is going crazy. They're selling 50 $60 million worth of jerseys. You can't buy the jerseys were sold out. I mean, I went to the team store they were out of them. The anxiety produced by the Super League and the hope produced by the signing of Ronaldo as opposed to being contradictory or actually sort of the same thing. I mean, if you go back to the history of the club, if you go back to Munich, it is always been about morning something that was lost, fearing something that might be lost and hoping that something new and beautiful Mike rise again. I mean, that's the thing that ultimately, I finally understood was that these things I saw as being in conflict have always been in concert. And right, you were there in person to witness Ronaldo's return to Old Trafford, so I need to ask you about what that atmosphere and what that scene was like. After the break. So does this sound familiar? You've got one device that lets you catch the game live, another that lets you stream your favorite shows, you're watching sports highlights on your phone, and you've got your neighbor's best Friends log in for the good stuff. Well, I want to tell you about a simple way to get all that entertainment that you love without any of that hassle. And it's a great way to finally get your TV together. It's called DirecTV stream and it brings your live TV and on demand favorites together like never before. So you can watch your favorite sports, movies and shows all in one place. That means no juggling remotes, no need to buy another device ever again, really. And the best part is this. There's no annual contract. So get rid of the clutter and the confusion and get your TV together with direct TV stream. You can learn more at DirecTV dot com that is direct TV dot com. Compatible device required, content varies by package. Okay, so right, this is where my jealousy does reach a fever pitch here because in September, christiano Ronaldo did make his official return to Manchester United and the world like literally the entire world you could argue, they were more focused on this boarding event than any other at the time. And so here he is at Old Trafford with his old club, you're in the middle of it, you're there. You got good seats for this? What was that scene like? It was a privilege to be at honestly, it was nuts. They started singing before the game. I mean, we heard him a couple blocks away.

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"manchester" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:11 min | 7 months ago

"manchester" Discussed on ESPN FC

"This group is close, isn't it in a group a member is that last minute winner against me at Rio gave all three points. Craig, you wear a chat about this over the last couple of days and you're saying that you feel that just so shall get enough results to keep him afloat? Do you feel that those match against Atalanta could be one of those? Well, possibly, and I saw some day I was talking about how it's just this team just have a harbor of pulmonary. Last year, just to take the pressure off, look, Atalanta, I think I'll be 6 in Syria, around there. One big at the weekend against empire, there's still scoring goals. But but there have been a little bit inconsistent at the start of the season, but then a huge threat going forward and we know obviously clearly united lost for it the weekend via reaction. It took at least three a fall off from the completely outplayed them. So yeah, I honestly could throw the balls up with united. I don't know. What I don't know is, I mean, I'm not suggesting this is an easy group by Champions League standards. When this group was drawn, choked out private, it must have been rubbing his hands going, my God, but messed all the real big guys and the other side of the PSG in man city and Bayern Munich, Barcelona, even though Barcelona, not the best. So the less pressure they are to get out, there's a good sides Atalanta virile, young boys. They're not great sides. So there's a pressure I think in trying to get out of this group. Without any of the real big guns in it. Speaking of pressure, Robert, you've got to answer going there and feeling that they can get something. Well, let's run through a strange team, because if you remember performances against Liverpool last season at home, I think it was 5 nil that they lost when Liverpool counter attacked brilliantly. Manchester United might just have to sit that little bit deeper and wait for the chance to counter attack because at Atlanta a great going forward. Defensively, they have a strange system. They're back three, sometimes man for man, Mark, so if you have good movement, you have good runs and you change your position. You can cause them all sorts of problems. But it's going to be one in that central midfielder. Whoever dominates that as is often the case, I think we're dominate the game and win it. The point is, of course, we'll be back later on to answer.

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"manchester" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

05:49 min | 7 months ago

"manchester" Discussed on ESPN FC

"We have to make it quicker. Score once again, get one or two more goals. And after that, maybe you can slow it down. Mark Ogden running over on ESPN FC Craig made the point that can you imagine Liverpool or indeed Manchester City players or old Manchester United players coming out and saying those sort of things about their managers tactics? Ferguson these players would have been the whole squad would have been dragged in in the dark of midnight, right? And they would have been told in no uncertain terms. We are having a hard time at the moment. Bonker dough and keep your mouth shut and let's do a talking on the field. This is the last thing we're going to solve scaling needs. As you know, I'm not his biggest fan anywhere, but he's certainly doesn't need his top players coming out and talking about tactics and talking about this and talking about that. What he needs apart from performance as the players to get an address from him get on the training ground and what bloody heart to try and sort out because he's in the Maya and this is only making it worse. Bravo Pogba saying, we need to find the mentality and tactics to win. Well, the only thing that players can do is talk honestly, but they've got to honestly about themselves. You know, you can't start having because they're in a little dig at the manager about the tactics. You know, did they play as well as they could have done? Well, poppa gave the ball away cheaply on too many occasions. His recovery runs weren't quite good enough. I think he's a fantastic player, but he's not consistent enough at the moment. The defenders didn't defend well enough. Yes, I think that soldiers got problems with his tactics when things start to go wrong. He can't find a remedy for it. And they're chewing consistent with the way they play. They started off the season. The crowd behind them because Ronaldo's there. There was a lot of enthusiasm. A lot of pace and power and suddenly, when things start to go wrong, he's not sure how to solve it. Mantis united are a good side. They're not a great side at the moment. And they're going to be inconsistent. But the players shouldn't be talking like that about the manager. The thing with so far is, I think everyone agrees is a nice guy. Obviously he's come in. He studied the ship, but can you imagine him confronting Pompe or Fernandez about this should he be in a position where he would? I would assume he'll talk to him. But his quick started off by saying failure with a drug amen at midnight. It would be talking to them. He would be telling them. And people would say, that's a different time. Well, it's horses, for courses. So when things are going badly, some has to be done. Right. And if you're telling me that the only thing you can do is be really nice and talk to somebody and encourage them, then good luck trying when the Premier League or any other so, why do you think he's probably not won any silverware? Because it plays at the end of the day, no, that they can get away with stuff with him. That's what it seems like. And I can assure you experience players on the field when the game is going on, grab the team by discover the neck. And I'm talking Pogba. Pope was no kid anymore. What was an experience international guy? He's one of the guys who should be shot now on the field. And he's talking about mentality. You don't know where you're getting photographed by the man united step from one game to the next. You've got Fernandez as well. You know, we don't do this and don't do that. Well, guess what? Another one of the experience guys, you're supposed to sort those out. You've got honey Maguire. An experience international guy has been around for a fair bit now. So none of your experience guys are going to help everybody around them. You're talking about the perfect spot for the three of them. Right down the pipe. So when you go ahead, you get everybody intake, you see it rain. Nobody's getting through. Okay. They don't do that. But it's all. No, it's all these fault because they don't do that. But on the field of play, you can't turn a sea. It's not my fault. It's the money just fault because that's what they're doing. But it's a nice guy in the players like him. So, I mean, I just I don't know what can you statement that is, by the way, but you know, the other thing that I started to go back to watch the beautiful Fernandez after I really bright star and it was I spent most of the time though complaining when anybody tackled them. Oh Pogba. Paul Pogba and nearly two and a half years of Premier League football got four goals. Now there'll be people we enter that show and rub all on about starts and assess and all that. I don't want to hear it. It's nonsense. Absolute nonsense. But these are supremely talented players, but listen, what happens is when results go badly. And I'm not against people giving press conferences or not because that's part of the job that we're in and we all had to do it, but I think that a certain times, particularly difficult times when you have to be cured about who you put in front of the media. And you really have to limit that because as the siege mentality. And you don't want these stories getting out. And any little thing is going to become a massive story. And so I think it's important that source, by the way, I don't think this is biggest problem, as you know, but as a problem. And I think it's important to address this up. But to go back to the other point about a different era. Ferguson only retired in 2013. I mean, it's not that long ago. And he also managed Ronaldo and managed them pretty well. So he knew how to deal with these modern circumstance. It's not easy, but he did it as well, if not better than most. And sauce Garret just another hot dog for him to try and get over the moment, but as I said, certainly, particularly with the games coming up, not his biggest one. Robert, what's been reiterate is quite a lot on this show is when you look at Manchester United there doesn't seem to be a plan in place. It just looks like 11 individuals and there's no sense of team. How do you fix that? How do you address that on the training ground? Well, you've got to work harder on the team shape. You've got to make your patterns of play. You've got to get players working with each other. You've got to do the hard work on the defensive side of.

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Conservative Party, Manchester And Britain discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 8 months ago

Conservative Party, Manchester And Britain discussed on AP News Radio

"Conservative Party conference took place in Manchester amid a shortage of truck drivers which is that the M. T. pumps at gas stations throughout the country shortages in food and fuel could continue until Christmas according to the prime minister however he believes Britain has the infrastructure to overcome any issues this country leads the world actually eaten in the joysticks and supply chains we got very good supply chain Johnson's comments on week nineteen a strong economy also comes amid concerns about higher taxes rising energy bills on a custom welfare payouts despite

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Man United's Poor UCL Form Continues

ESPN FC

01:11 min | 8 months ago

Man United's Poor UCL Form Continues

"Start with one of the first matches of the day from group. Play manchester united away two young boys and despite having an early lead through cristiano ronaldo goal in the thirteen. Th minute manchester. United fall to one airlangga. Asakusa sent off in first half after that it was pretty much. All the swiss champions who scored twice in the second half their game winner comes off a jesse lynn guard. Air jordan p faulk. The american provides the winner for young voice. Craig to slip it in. There was a story of the game after all. What a way to kind of squander momentum of the weekend you even even lives in amman our expected to still see united stronger than the where against a team who i think of a five games into this season only have eight points setting and fourths or not not the strongest sade and even up to that point eight minutes or so. When he got sent off wasn't a brilliant performance. Yeah rinaldo surprise. Surprise gone go to target and ninety minutes or we lose amman. Not not very good no.

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The Return of Cristiano Ronaldo

ESPN FC

01:40 min | 9 months ago

The Return of Cristiano Ronaldo

"Today. We record this on thursday morning. Is the excitement building up in manchester for the return of christiana really is you. I think i think it was kind of unexpected deal when it happened and the got really excited that i think the excitement remainders. There's a bit of a frenzy of people by without those shirts and you know senior rinaldo songs. I think i think it's gonna be. It's gonna be quiet a case on saturday you know. I think he'll play. And i think that the reception be something very different events seen before when he came out with real madrid thirteen in the united by the big thing about the so-called magnificent seven. I think realized that one starts away. Have to deliver on the pitch. And you know that's the main thing is. It's not what the reception is. And i think he's all over and out on the page. We save a riding in his lamborghini. Any we saw him talking with oscar as well. I'm not sure really where they were. Maybe they had a coffee before you. Are you excited. And and what do you make of him coming to them. I'm not quite so excited. Because i've seen renowned play for the last two or three events different so i know exactly what he can bring what he can't bring. I'm looking forward to seeing in play for months united. I'm looking forward to seeing where they gonna play. And i'm looking forward to seeing how the other plaza just around him. I'm looking forward to same whether he's going to be an. I'll use this word carefully. Selfish selfish player was events or where he's going to be more of a team player manchester united. They're the key questions that everyone is going to be asking. And i would say a lot of manchester united fans haven't watched fee eventers so they don't exactly know what he's going to bring to the team.

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"manchester" Discussed on The Lead

The Lead

01:54 min | 9 months ago

"manchester" Discussed on The Lead

"A warmth between the two of them. How old were you when you came over to join medicine is. You're just eighteen years old because they was the manager when renaldo was developing. Helped you through some difficult times on the pitch. It's unbelievable person. Who treat me very good is as i say. Many times is like a father for me and football so i have to appreciate what he did for me. There was an argument between christian. Mystery back in two thousand and four one in vanished roy. How to go not giving the bull as often as he wants would and folks and saudi renaldo and said he's my guy going forward so you remember. Stop also lost his own father fergus. A lot compassion that and remember out. So there's a genuine warmth out in figs and picked the call. listen. I don't know exactly what was said. I don't think anyone outside those people know for sure you can imagine the kind of tone of it would have been you dad christiana. You need to come back home. It's not just united. I'm show there was some warmth that as well you know people to have an understanding of alex of told me that you know he's always wanted to have out of old trafford so think when he sold the horror of him going on it say he took action. Personally i would keep in touch all the time and he was the main key for me to be in a position that i am that. I central manchester unite. Well you mentioned the billboard and the songs down by the train station. What about his new teammates of his new teammates.

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The Inspiring Story of Margaret E. Knight

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

02:40 min | 9 months ago

The Inspiring Story of Margaret E. Knight

"So margaret louise night. She was a prolific american inventor of machines and mechanisms for a variety of industrial everyday purposes. Margaret was nicknamed maddie mit. She lived with her widowed mother and older brothers. Charlie and jim in a little house in york maine. she was born in eighteen. Thirty eight by the way so after her father passed away mattie had inherited his toolbox and she liked to think of things that could be made with these tools and she drew them in a little notebook that she labeled my inventions. Mattie demonstrated knack for tools and mentioned from an early age making toys kites sleds and household items in as little girl. She preferred to play with woodworking tools. Instead of dolls saying that quote the only thing she wanted whereas a jack knife gimblett and pieces of wood. She knew she wanted good for her so when she was eleven. Maddie's finley moved to manchester new hampshire to work in the textile mills there and so matty was going to continue going to school only going so far as a complete her elementary school education and she got to know the head engineer there while wandering around the grounds after school waiting for her family to be done with their like fourteen to eighteen hour shifts. Sure textile mills. Yeah including like her twelve year old brother and fourteen so at age twelve. She started working the mill herself and aloom ow function and injured a worker So it turns out that one of the leading causes of serious injuries at the mill that she had observed was the propensity of the steel-tipped flying shuttles so those were manipulated by workers to unite the left in the warp threads in their weaves. I'm so these shuttles would come free of their looms and they would like shoot off the machines high-velocity even at like the slightest employee error. So like there were people dying from this. There are people like you know basically like you're getting almost shot. Yeah basically tipped metal thing like flying off a machine you know so it was really dangerous and so matty what she did. She created a guard. That would stop the shuttle from coming off of the machine if it malfunctioned. So like the exact details of this device have kind of been lost to history but mentions of it came out throughout published stories of her work and her Mentions articles that will get into so again because this was the mid nineteenth century. And why would anybody document what they actually did anyway. So workman who installed these types of guards all the looms and all the males in manchester. So this sounds like a big deal. She clearly didn't make any money for sure. You know maybe save some lives so after she turned eighteen. Mattie left manchester for better opportunities She worked in several different factories on new england along with other short-term technical jobs too so that she could keep

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Ronaldo Makes Sensational Return to Man United

ESPN FC

01:50 min | 9 months ago

Ronaldo Makes Sensational Return to Man United

"We were talking about. Cristiano ronaldo potentially leaving man. You've to go to manchester city twenty four hours later. It's confirmed here's returning to manchester united. Yon how surprise you with this news. We'll i'm surprised how quick it is gone. You have fee sore. You have the speculation forever. On but i guess yesterday one dimensions united people realize maybe just one horrigan mendes tricked to try to sell them to match. The city's united's you wake up but you will. You will have sir. alex ferguson. Calling is is. He would like to have him back in manchester united one of the most exciting players in the world coming to them. So it's unbelievable. The manchester united got fantastic transplant. Window with veron. Show and cristiano. Ronaldo before craig says it yes it could all soldier under pressure. He needs to win something now. Think what actually wasn't going to say based stay away from it and he's put me i i can imagine there's a bit like i think berbatov and go and mindset the hijacked by statistics. I don't know if this happened but you can get. The feeling is former manager for them. You're not going to set and so it's no real surprise particularly when you watch watchman united last week with moscow up front clearly. The need goals yesterday they have cavani fallout possibly but still has age. He's producing enough failty. Our goals last year again for event is over all the domestic and european competitions. And so yeah. I mean a short term fix for sure but potentially

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"manchester" Discussed on The 2 Robbies

The 2 Robbies

05:48 min | 9 months ago

"manchester" Discussed on The 2 Robbies

"Seven is one of those days some stunning news at developing story of the last twenty. Four forty eight hours. Cristiano ronaldo returns to muscle manchester united twelve years. After he last will be to traits. I'm joined on the podcast. Cast by most easy way we can get like say saving joined by contributes to show johnny higginbotham who started his career at manchester. United knows cristiana aldo. Seen him up close and personal played against him seven times and can tell us something about his development and just what stunning events. We've had over the last twenty four hours. John kennedy quite believed when we. Oh this no economy. It's it's incredible. It's my brother's birthday today. So we'll be made. The renaldo is going to the united only stable. It looks as it was going about some interest in the blue side. Not not the red side. Then it's children. How quickly it happened. I was following all and everything that was being said. All of a sudden you know you had only going to solve your hair. His press conference is very different than pep gladiolas. And all of a sudden matai. Just start to change and you know. Then then you have some reliable people coming out and saying he's going to be joining munshi. I it in then before you know it. It's it it's on that meteor count is joined in. It's it's an incredible sign. And i think you look is ability on the pitch and you know he's. He's quite rightly mentioned. In one of the greatest ever players ever to play the game people talk of him being the six but he's just the ways the ways taking care of himself. The goal speak for himself the ability that he still has you know he's probably really still appoint where he's twenty nine thirty and i think the effect is going on the younger players as well of kabbalah cuts from alive renaldo to be playing the level of he's playing at the age as he lives and breathes football. And he's going to bring that. Into the dress room mancha she unite which is already very professional room. He's just gonna take elevate the open of a level as well and i think it's i think it's a great sign and not just on the pitch for affairs. Well yeah complain you may think you know in the day. Mine just unite. You've always had vision iconic figure they've always been into the biggest players in the world wherever they are encountering all springs to mind and then the bathrooms in the gay zuma skulls The bryan robson's biblis have those stall quality so it cutting to manchester united ownership that. They've actually got there still in that because you shiny. Not just for what he brings to the team. But i think to the football club. Donnie. it takes to another level munchies. You not too big east football brand out there. And hopping cristiano. Ronaldo just takes you to another level. Just just keeps you on people's lips just keep you in people's mind and acting hugely important mines united regardless what's happening on the pitch i've always said it's impacted premier league when these a better manchester united one hundred percent on one of the things that we've seen over recent seasons has been the with heard a lot of talk about place potentially going to mention i it and then he just falling flattened not happening and i think if you look at the business that they've done a season you know you look look at sancho look renaldo. They've gone out and got the job done. And i think one of the frustrations the united suppose over recent seasons is the true certain extent. They've been have been left behind with some of the signs of the talk globes. There's been no real method behind. The sign is that they've made whereas if we look at signs that they have made recently. You won't be slate. Take renaldo equation. But he's a special player. Majority of the plays younger play is not quite out the peak year. And there's the soul of an identity to the team going forward on. Just think when you sign some light rinaldo. I think the effect that he can have on the likes of rush. The likes of green with the likes of sun show. I think he's i think he's going to be huge effect. The fact that he still has the ability he's not coming just for a payday is a play. The wants to still win things. You can see hongbo. Even when he was playing seasons the eventless in always demanding of his teammates. And i think hold top clubs. Have that rub you. Played against the top munches unites aims. An an i did as wellness out and the demands that each of those players put some nights. Teammates is what drives them on. And i think it was someone i rinaldo. He's going to demand that from his teammates and dot can only be a good thing. Because then you're gonna have plays the are going to be dragged along with him which is going to be brilliant. You're gonna have buys are going to be left by the wayside because they haven't got that thought mentality guests to be in a primarily fights when the tile thanks a really good point nine two. He's supporting made out of most deny hunt. This discussion maybe a week or two ago. I think previewing the season and he's been quite harsh. Finally saying i'm not sure all these money can push. This is team over the line. The great money is the cops packs. You know get get the job done to co we've seen chelsea and they pushed the date ray dragon team. Oh the blind to get one. And i said to him. I take what he's saying. I think we've got to wait and ali team. That is good enough to be pushed over line. And we're starting to get their non. I'll get your view on that in a minute but more than that. The playing time asia. I'm was an. You've just hit me. The great manchester united teams were nasty against each other now just nasty. The opposition obscene arguments going on with plays months. Not you well. The plays almost in tears because they weren't doing the job they pushed each other along. And you should really interesting point you make any because i think the biggest thing. Cristiano renaldo brings. The goals will be important. But i don't necessarily think lack of goals will start getting what they want..

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Cristiano Ronaldo Returns to Manchester United

ESPN FC

01:15 min | 9 months ago

Cristiano Ronaldo Returns to Manchester United

"Twelve years after. He left manchester united's. Cristiano renaldo is back at manchester united. I well that's a good question. I don't know if you meant it rhetorically. But i'll actually answer it. I can't believe it bec-. Because i i don't know i just kinda thought especially in this window after sancho and veron with what united have with what we have been led to believe you know their their financial situation is not. They're not man city. They're not psg so they've got a lot of money they do but like they don't have infinite money no dare in that. They're in that elite spot but they're not in the infinite money spot which is occupied by chelsea manchester city. And but it's amazing to me We spoke just a few days ago. About the limited amount of places that were possibly available for cristiano ronaldo but somehow it united can make this work and it goes to show you that it really is in your pin football right now a battle between a few clubs. That can do this kind of thing.

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Cristiano Ronaldo Nearing a Deal With Manchester City

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

00:17 sec | 9 months ago

Cristiano Ronaldo Nearing a Deal With Manchester City

"Manchester City in Ronaldo are nearing an agreement for the event is superstar to leave Italy for the Etihad. Sources say that city manager Pep Guardiola and Ronaldo spoke earlier today regarding the potential move for the final obstacle being event is his insistence of a fee of around €28 million for the 36 year old. Group stage

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Manchester City in Talks to Sign Ronaldo From Juventus

ESPN FC

02:08 min | 9 months ago

Manchester City in Talks to Sign Ronaldo From Juventus

"Is a lot of news about cristiano. Ronaldo leaving eventers. Tell us gap salacious ball k. This morning george benders cristianos agent went to see you this. He told them that he He had personal terms in place with with manchester city. They were higher than than i anticipated. And he's willing to take the contract. There's talk of a two year deal The problem is city Event is saying well. We're not going to let them go on a free. That's very very clear. You've of course losing something like three hundred more than three hundred million over two years. They wanna get a feedback and city thus far is taping. This have yet to make a bid. You expect a bid on friday from manchester city and that is they expect to be right around thirty million euros and if that happens think he's john. Ronaldo will be free to go. We'll it'd be free to go to city because that is obviously the big question mark because at the same time there's this massive bid from around madrid second bid for killian bobby and l'equipe a reporting this time. Perry senator man are willing to enter negotiations with real madrid. Doesn't mean they're going to take this huge bid it may require another bid but they are willing to at least talk to them at least according to the keep and the other detail and all this which i don't think we can ignore is after meeting with uganda's on thursday morning george mendes jumped on his chartered plane and didn't fly to manchester. He sued to perry spent the afternoon in paris. Obviously parsons you're coming out quite clearly in saying we don't want john renaldo. He's not in our plans. We're going to stick with him up. You wonder though if imbaba goes could that be an alternate destination. Could it be more appealing. Christiano to move to power senator man. If if it's the biggest. And bob

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Aspirin May Help Treat Aggressive Breast Cancer

BBC World Service

01:06 min | 9 months ago

Aspirin May Help Treat Aggressive Breast Cancer

"Breast cancer scientists. The Christie NHS Foundation Trust in Manchester here in the UK say the commonly used painkiller could be employed to make tumors, which are hard to treat more responsive to anti cancer drugs. Starting a trial to see if the painkiller works Health correspondent Simon Dettman reports around one in five breast cancers are triple negative. It's the type that hormone treatment and most targeted cancer drugs don't work against, and it disproportionately affects those aged under 40 and black. They face a treatment combination of surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy that can come with side effects. If the clinical trial in humans using aspirin is successful, it could boost the effectiveness of the immunotherapy drug, a value map, which helps immune system target and attack cancer. Charles and Animals have been successful Doctor and Armstrong. The trial leads says that inexpensive aspirin combined with immunotherapy could ultimately provide a safe, new way to treat breast cancer. Simon Deadman. Let's get the

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16-Year-Old Bicyclist Dies After Being Struck by Pickup Truck in Massachusetts

WBZ Afternoon News

00:39 sec | 10 months ago

16-Year-Old Bicyclist Dies After Being Struck by Pickup Truck in Massachusetts

"Year old boy is killed in Ipswich after being struck by a pickup truck while riding his bicycle. The Ipswich police chief says the crash happened on Route one, a across from the southern Heights housing complex around six last night. Police say an initial investigation indicates the Ford pickup truck that struck the teen was heading north bound and the teen was traveling South Bong in the northbound lane at the time of the crash. The truck driver, a 61 year old Manchester by the sea man remained at the scene and was cooperative with police. The team was treated at the scene but later died at an area hospital and the incident remains under investigation.

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Star Strikers on the Move?

ESPN FC

01:07 min | 11 months ago

Star Strikers on the Move?

"Thought would be in the show part discussing the possibility of robert. Lemon dos key going to manchester city whether this come from. That's a good question down. I mean let's be delivered of decide if you want you know that. Two years ago he changed agents to pinza harvey because he wanted. I think a move especially to madrid to go. Roads think he be felt that he had done everything that you could buy. Munich won't everything since then he's don't even more by munich including between the incredible record from moolah last season these seasons are just finished. And maybe there's a feeling for he's done or really with violence or maybe with two years left on his contract. A thirty two years of this is a good time to maybe get moved. There's a long way to go. Because i don't think by then go and if your city we know that looking for a trucker we know that on their very amazing shortlist hurricane of course probably earning hauling and rubella von dusky guada- together before by munich and maybe pep would love to be reunited with him

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Marcus Rashford on 'Verge of Tears' Over Positive Response After Mural Vandalism

ESPN FC

00:18 sec | 11 months ago

Marcus Rashford on 'Verge of Tears' Over Positive Response After Mural Vandalism

"After marcus rush. Muriel in manchester was defaced. With racist graffiti funds came out in false with messages of love which covered up the graffiti. Russia himself said that the community supported led him to the verge of tears. It's also since been repaired and the messages surrounding his face remained.

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Selfridges Andrew Keith on Post-Pandemic Retail

The Business of Fashion Podcast

01:50 min | 11 months ago

Selfridges Andrew Keith on Post-Pandemic Retail

"What can you tell us about. What's being planned to accelerate if you will the return of shoppers in a very. You know people are still a bit afraid of being in crowds and in the public. I think that what we creating within the selfridge's stores in all older locations. We're in for all four. Locations is a destination and so it's about being able to create a space where people want to go for the day. You can go. You can have a dinner. You can be on the soul cycle. You can have a full head to toe facial treatments and the fact that there is no where else that brings that together with the spirit of community and being able to talk to the local community through these hubs is something that's unique to us. So when each of these stores each of these destinations we're working with local creatives. We're working with the local charities around the charities that support our vision around mental health the homelessness and sustainability. And we're able to bring that together so that people can really feel eleven of connection that is unique to those stores and so the experience that you get within selfridges oxford street is then curated differently to reflect the experience in manchester in exchange square and likewise in birmingham because each of these communities has diversity. It has its own entrepreneurial kind of environment around it and it's important for us to be able to reflect that so what we're seeing. Is that footfall. All of the locations is improving with deepening the relationship with the customers particularly with the domestic customers in these cities where really building market share throughout the uk with that domestic customer and that combined with a really compelling digital of means that you've got the synergy between the two which really is working for us

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"manchester" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"manchester" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"Team Manchester masked charity. I've always been the one to say the first. Goodbye. That's a love loser 100 million times had to get it from Tio. No, just You say my name like I have been decisive. I hope I'm not the only one. Home because you said, so I know that was the When you go with me on playing that game every time.

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"manchester" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"manchester" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In Manchester ahead of Tuesday's primary more now on our top story authorities say there's no more danger to the public after a police involved shooting at Brigham and women's hospital the suspect is dead a parking valet in critical condition an officer was also assaulted state police lieutenant colonel Christopher Mason says a trooper was also involved Massachusetts state trooper was positioned in such a way as to be able to join the pursuit as it left the area Brigham and women's and travel on route nine west into the Brookline area the trooper and joined the pursuit following the crash of the suspect vehicle the trip was able to join with Boston police officers and engage with the suspect at that point the the trooper discharged his firearms and that matter rug obviously remains under investigation I can report that the troopers sustain no injury that he was medically evaluated and cleared complacent not saying what type of firearm the suspect had all this came to an end on a route nine a near Hammond to street and that area near the Newton of Brookline border is still closed and the investigation is continuing at least five cruise ship lines are increasing travel restrictions balance some passengers all over concerns of the coronavirus I'm hearing on royal Caribbean is the latest line declaring that no passenger or crew member traveling from two or three mainland China Hong Kong or Macau less than fifteen days before sailing will be allowed to board any of the company's ships regardless of when people were there last the decision was made after consulting with medical experts and public health officials carnival MSE Norwegian and Holland America also were tightening restrictions on CBS news analyst to worry about the corona virus and it's affecting the odd number of world economies aging is withholding its monthly trade data because of the viral outbreak Sanibel combined January with February S. and P. global ratings thinks the outbreak is going to take a big chunk out of China's economy revising its GDP estimate for twenty twenty down to five percent from five point seven percent in last year's growth of six percent was already the weakest nearly thirty years for China I. H. S. market piles on saying that the corona virus will have a larger negative effect on the global economy than the sars outbreak given that China is responsible for over sixteen percent of the world's GDP today compared to just over four percent in two thousand three CBS business reporter Jason Brooks look like things are going great on the stock market this weekend they wore until today the Dow Jones down two hundred forty nine points right now the nasdaq down forty four the SP five hundred down fourteen it is a happy new year for the economy at all A. B. C.'s Michelle Franzen tells us the U. S. added a quarter of a million jobs last month to sector showing promise in January with employers hiring healthcare and construction the warmer weather driving some of those tires which came in above expectations JJ Kita hand as the chief market strategist with TD Ameritrade this is just a really cost I use to keep in reality so we will see if we can continue at this amazing place overall but on Wall Street investors are looking ahead with concerns about the impact the corona virus will have on the economy here in the US and overseas Michelle Franzen ABC news Google is tapering with one of its popular features CBS's Diane can call tells us what's coming new upgrade the coming soon to a Google map near you the navigation app will add three new button save to contribute and updates to help users locate and share destinations a boost to the live view augmented reality will better show walkers which direction to go and how far their destination is I forgot to Google maps by the way fifteen years old now as for Netflix they're making some changes that some users actually have been clamoring for with Larry magid although some people may like it many people are annoyed when streaming services automatically start to play a trailer or.

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"manchester" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"manchester" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"From me in Manchester New Hampshire Gloria great to talk to a fellow granites data from the queen city manage Vegas says it's not always entirely plausibly cold but great have you great to have you with us on the show Gloria what's on your mind today thank you very much markets pleasure to speak with you I wanted to say that I drink Joe Biden is just a place holder but Michelle Obama and she can get in without bothering with all these democratic debate Joe will resign as soon as produced so after he's elected and it for health reasons or some such they'll come up with and there shall be sitting pretty so your theory is that Joe will win the nomination and then he will withdrawal and Michelle will step in without having to undergo any of the messy dirty business of campaigning in night aware in New Hampshire and South Carolina and what that's right and I think the only reason he will get in is because she's on the ticket and they use so we women that voted for all power in the first place we'll both because he's the one now do you think Joe who knows that this is the plan he may or may not I may and I and they may have told many forgotten yeah when told me by so that's actually a pro I would love to I would love to switch on Jamie cable of traffic now over the good it's a perfect that's a professional full Gloria sorry that took me completely by surprise that's excellent stuff you may be right you think do you think well let me let me say this to you I never know when people stop floating these things except I will say this you know Hillary Clinton's plan but twenty years has been to leverage the fact that she stood by her husband they're full she should have the right to leverage the fast lady gig in to being America's first female president and the Obamas and the Clintons lose each other it's no particular secret so wouldn't it be great Hillary wasn't able to pull off the plan of leveraging the First Lady gig into fast female president wouldn't it be the ultimate kick in the teeth of the Clintons if the Obamas wet to pull it off and that's in that sense Gloria your fairy does make a lot of sense wow well see what happens but it's I've been thinking that that they plan well this stranger things of stranger things have happened I didn't thank you thank you for your call glory I didn't used to believe in a lot of conspiracy there is been actually once you read the pizza struck texts and the Andrew with IBM you go to bat you we've got a bet that that plan actually there the department of justice which is a largely corrupt institution it doesn't matter whether you're talking about the Jeffrey abstain and of things all the trump investigation and of things I'm in favor breaking it up Boston it up and do it and devolving its various organs elsewhere within the government but when you look at the the stuff they were getting up to with the so called Clinton trump investigations four years ago the idea that this and they know that flow plus time shouldn't be interfering with so I just got this full full thing and the as a practical matter it's which way John Roberts decides to jump and and that is not something I'd want to bet and that's the first reason the second reason John and this is just as important is that they have figured the politics for them what for them that it doesn't matter whether the the Senate holds a short trial with no witnesses over a long trial as Susan Collins once with the uncle Tom called les and all the other witnesses come in that that short trial a long trial any gone to trial the politics of this works against the Democrats in primary season I'm up I am a real strong trump supporter I want to see this thing going on and you know I understand what you're saying the constitutional was pretty specific wherein the taxation code that Roberts came in under he he could have gone either way did you watch the Gorsuch interview on fox where he was where he was saying that the fundamentals jurors are the ones that don't add anything to the constitution they don't take anything away yeah yeah yeah but the dead but the as a sad way de iced I. thing John Roberts made essentially a not a judicial calculation but a political calculation and if you were to do the same on this one I'm not sure whether the five four decision would go go the way it is way up against the call okay John thank you for that it's a fascinating question we may get back to it in tomorrow's show much sign for us will close it out in just a moment your listening to the EIB network only.

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"manchester" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"manchester" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"For those Winchester not Manchester my mistake I'm sorry about that I still did propose my wife in Manchester but not in Winchester in Winchester but what I love is the guy guy who says it's complicated and someone says it's unclear whether these the deck in Islam order to act on women so in other words if Islam is right about women than women after where are you know a lot of dark clothing so that they don't expose their flesh to men and thereby insight lustful thoughts on a lustful unholy thoughts in men and they've basically should be second class citizens as they are in most Muslim countries. so that is either that or it's mom for having those opinions but someone some favored group is getting insulted here and that this of course is the absurdity of confusing ideas and philosophies with people I have always said and continually say that racism is at an offense to god it is an offense to the human heart is is degrading experience one of the reasons I'm not on the left is because I think the races I think everything they say is about race every way they look at people's about race the discussing ideas is urgently important and because the left wants to level all values because the left wants to say there's no such thing as right and wrong nothing's either right or wrong but thinking makes it so they have put themselves in a corner and that is a brilliant troll proving the idiocy the idiocy of this relativistic philosophy which the last twenty or thirty years they have truly damage this country alright I got to take a break.

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"manchester" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"manchester" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Winchester not Manchester my mistake I'm sorry about that I still did proposed my wife in Manchester but not Winchester in Winchester but what I love is the guy guy who says it's complicated and someone says it's unclear whether these Jack in Islam order to act on women so in other words if Islam is right about women and women after where you know a lot of dark clothing so that they don't expose their flesh demand and thereby insight lustful thoughts on a lustful unholy thoughts in men and they basically should be second class citizens as they are in most Muslim countries so that is either that or it's just lump for having those opinions but someone some favored group is getting insulted here and that this of course is the absurdity of confusing ideas and philosophies with people I have always said and continually say that racism is an offense to god it is an offense to the human heart is is degrading experience one of the reasons I'm not on the left is because I think the races I think everything they say is about race every way they look at people's about race the discussing ideas is urgently important and because the left wants to level all values because the left wants to say there's no such thing as right and wrong nothing's either right or wrong but thinking makes it so they have put themselves in a corner and that is a really. control proving the idiocy the idiocy of this relativistic philosophy which the last twenty or thirty years they have truly damage this country alright I got to take a break.

Manchester Winchester thirty years
"manchester" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"manchester" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Winchester not Manchester my mistake I'm sorry about that I still did propose my wife in Manchester but not Winchester seven Winchester but what I love is the guy guy who says it's complicated and someone says it's unclear whether these Jack in Islam order to act on women so in other words if Islam is right about women and women after where you know a lot of dark clothing so that they don't expose their flesh demand and thereby insight lustful thoughts on what must one holy thoughts in men and they basically should be second class citizens as they are in most Muslim countries is so that it's either that or it's mom for having those opinions but someone some favored group is getting insulted here and that this of course is the absurdity of confusing ideas and philosophies with people I have always said and continually say that racism is an offense to god it is an offense to the human heart is is degrading experience one of the reasons I'm not on the left is because I think they're racist I think everything they say is about race every way they look at people's about race the discussing ideas is urgently important and because the left wants to level all values because the left wants to say there's no such thing as right and wrong nothing's either right or wrong but thinking makes it so they have put themselves in a corner and that is a brutal. control proving the idiocy the idiocy of this relativistic philosophy with which the last twenty or thirty years they have truly damage this country all right I got to take a break.

Manchester Winchester thirty years
"manchester" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

14:02 min | 3 years ago

"manchester" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Manchester. Now from thunder radio. Wm SR, your latest local weather falling into the sixties tonight, pleasant weather out there tonight, most areas will be in the upper fifties tomorrow morning. Tomorrow's high eighty degrees and highs in the eighties lows in the sixties from then on for the rest of this week, bad cock home furniture has more than just furniture shop for appliances. Vacuums TV's computers gun. Safes grills and lawnmowers at bad, cock dot com. Down. Five. Underway. I don't know. Memories. Away. I can't hear a sound. Don't see. Away. Way home. Took months. My name's..

Manchester. eighty degrees