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"mark rutte" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

06:03 min | Last week

"mark rutte" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

"Coming up on 5 minute news. Parade crash suspect was fleeing scene of domestic dispute. Biden to keep Jerome Powell as chair of Federal Reserve. And the Netherlands and Germany faced tightening COVID restrictions as Austria goes into lockdown. It's Tuesday November 23. I'm Anthony Davis. The SUV driver who plowed into a Christmas parade in suburban Milwaukee, killing at least 5 people and injuring 48 was leaving the scene of a domestic dispute that had taken place just minutes earlier. Police chief said on Monday. Dan Thompson said there was no evidence that the bloodshed on Sunday was a terrorist attack, or that the suspect Daryl Brooks junior knew anyone in the parade. Brooks acted alone the chief said. 39 year old Brooks of Milwaukee had left the site of the domestic disturbance before officers arrived and was not being chased by police at the time of the crash, according to the chief who gave no further details on the dispute. Police said they were drawing up 5 charges of intentional homicide against Brooks. He has been charged with crimes 16 times since 1999 and had two outstanding cases against him at the time of the parade disaster, including one in which he was accused of deliberately running down a woman with his vehicle. On Sunday, a joyous scene of marching bands and children dancing gave way in an instant to screams in the sight of crumpled bodies as the SUV sped through barricades and struck dancers, musicians and others in the community of 72,000. The dead were identified as four women aged 52 to 79, and an 81 year old man, mayor Sean Reilly described the parade as a Norman Rockwell type event that became a nightmare. At least 9 patients most of them children were listed in critical condition at two hospitals and 7 others were reported in serious condition. President Joe Biden said on Monday, he is nominating Jerome Powell for a second four year term as Federal Reserve chair, endorsing his stewardship of the economy through a brutal pandemic recession in which the fed's ultra low rate policies helped bolster confidence and revitalize the job market. Biden also said he would nominate his vice chair leil brendt. The lone Democrat on the fed's board of governors, and the preferred alternative to Powell amongst many progressives. His decision strikes a note of continuity and bipartisanship at a time when surging inflation is burdening households and raising risks to the economies recovery. In backing Powell, a Republican who is elevated to his post by president Donald Trump, Biden brushed aside complaints from progressives that the fed has weakened bank regulation and has been slow to take account of climate change in its supervision of banks. In a second term that begins in February, Powell would face a difficult and high risk balancing act. Inflation has reached a three decade high causing hardship for millions of families, clouding the recovery and undercutting the fed's mandate to keep prices stable. But with the economy still 4 million plus jobs shy of its pre-pandemic level, the fed has yet to meet its other mandate of maximizing employment. If confirmed Powell would remain one of the world's most powerful economic officials by either raising or lowering its short term interest rate, the fed seeks to either cool or stimulate growth and hiring and to keep prices stable. Its efforts to direct the U.S. economy, the largest in the world typically have global consequences. Germany and the Netherlands have been told they should face still tougher COVID restrictions as the German health minister made the startling prediction that most of his compatriots would be vaccinated cured or dead by the end of winter. With Europe again at the center of the pandemic, ushering in tighter controls mainly on the unvaccinated across the continent on Monday, Austria became the first west European country to reenter lockdown since vaccination began earlier this year. Stricter rules have already sparked clashes in Belgium and the Netherlands, with the Dutch prime minister Mark rutte describing the rioters as idiots and his Belgian counterpart Alexander the crew, calling the violence absolutely unacceptable. The outgoing German Chancellor Angela Merkel said tighter restrictions were needed. Eastern European countries where vaccination rates are even lower, have been experiencing some of the highest death tolls in the world, with hospitals overrun in Bulgaria and Romania. More than 38,000 new cases were confirmed in Germany over the past 24 hours, and a sharp rise in the last few weeks has left intensive care units near capacity. The worst hit regions have ordered new shutdowns, including Christmas markets. In Austria the 7 day COVID incidents rate hit a record of 1110 per 100,000 people, prompting the government to tell people to work from home if they can, and to shut cafes, restaurants, bars, theaters, and non-essential shops for at least ten days. The return of severe COVID restrictions brought about 40,000 protesters onto Vienna's streets on Saturday, resulting in violent demonstrations in Brussels and led to three nights of rioting across the Netherlands over the.

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"mark rutte" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:35 min | 2 weeks ago

"mark rutte" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"They're focusing new restrictions on the unvaccinated So starting today most unvaccinated Austrians will only be allowed to leave their homes to buy food to work or in a case of an emergency NPR's rob schmitz joins us not to talk about these new measures rob So how are these new strict lockdowns going over in Austria I think it depends on whether you're vaccinated or not Austria's vaccination rate is actually higher than it is in the United States But about 35% of Austrians have not gotten the vaccine and they took advantage of their final hours before their lockdown to take to the streets and protest this weekend But Austrian Chancellor Alexander schellenberg says he's been reassuring those who've been vaccinated that they'll continue to live life normally The decisions taken today the further steps have no I emphasize no effect on the vaccinated on the people who are protected There is no doubt there will be no lockdown for protected vaccinated people But here's the problem more than 3 million Austrians remain on vaccinated and are subject to these new lockdown rules starting today police will be out conducting spot checks to make sure everyone has their digital vaccination certificates And many have realized that life will be too difficult with these restrictions a record 32,000 unvaccinated Austrians opted to get their first shot the day after this new lockdown was announced Wow what about elsewhere in the region How are other governments in Europe responding to the surge The Dutch government has decided to return to the lockdown measures of a year ago over the weekend new rules limited hours for hairdressers restaurants bars and supermarkets They've now got a limit of four guests per household sporting events are again banned from having fans attend When Dutch prime minister Mark rutte announced these new measures protesters gathered outside the press conference and threw rocks bottles and fireworks at police But like Austria the Netherlands 7 day incidence rate has never been this high This latest wave of the pandemic has filled hospitals with COVID patients and we are seeing healthcare systems throughout this part of Europe buckle under the pressure of all these new cases German Chancellor Angela Merkel addressed the public over the week and urging the unvaccinated in Germany to consider getting the vaccine What's the situation like there Yeah Germany seeing its worst infection rates since the pandemic began despite rolling out a big state run vaccination campaign in the spring and summer more than 20 million Germans That's more than a quarter of the country's population remain unvaccinated Germany's health minister said last week this wave of the pandemic is a wave of the unvaccinated It is especially bad in the southern state of Bavaria where intensive care units are now more than 90% full Miracle plans to meet with countries state leaders this week to coordinate nationwide measures Germany's federal government has always been a little hesitant to issue centralized mandates for historical reasons that go back to World War II But individual cities and states are already rolling out strict guidelines Today Berlin implements new rules that only allow the fully vaccinated or those who have recovered from COVID to enter restaurant cinemas and sports facilities So we're already seeing tighter restrictions in Germany on a local level as this wave of the pandemic gets a lot worse That's NPR's rob Schmidt joining us from Berlin rob thanks a lot Thank you Almost $50 billion from the infrastructure Bill the President Biden will sign into law today is to strengthen communities against the effects of climate change Here's NPR's Nathan rot The technical term is climate resilience Think moving homes out of flood zones strengthening levees reducing vegetation and fire prone forests Yeah it can be everything from hardening power infrastructure to preserving or restoring wetlands and replacing concrete with green spaces Laura brush is the resilience fellow at the center for climate and energy solutions And then of course you know we think of not only the direct physical impacts of climate change but also how do we prepare for the economic impacts the longer term impacts on public health So yeah resilience it can mean a lot of things Roughly $47 billion in the infrastructure Bill is tagged for climate resilience which makes it the largest such federal investment ever Alex hall focuses on climate change at the University of California Los Angeles I think it's a positive that we are finally confronting these issues Do I think it's enough Of course not The most recent national climate assessment estimates that adapting to worsening climate change could cost tens to hundreds of billions of dollars each year Take California Paul's home.

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"mark rutte" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:18 min | 2 weeks ago

"mark rutte" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The day most unvaccinated Austrians will only be allowed to leave their homes to buy food to work or in a case of an emergency NPR's rob schmitz joins us not to talk about these new measures rob So how are these new strict lockdowns going over in Austria I think it depends on whether you're vaccinated or not Austria's vaccination rate is actually higher than it is in the United States But about 35% of Austrians have not gotten the vaccine and they took advantage of their final hours before their lockdown to take to the streets and protest this weekend But Austrian Chancellor Alexander schaller says he's been reassuring those who've been vaccinated that they'll continue to live life normally The decisions taken today the further steps have no I emphasize no effect on the vaccinated On the people who are protected there is no doubt there will be no lockdown for a protected vaccinated people But here's the problem more than 3 million Austrians remain unvaccinated and are subject to these new lockdown rules starting today police will be out conducting spot checks to make sure everyone has their digital vaccination certificates And many have realized that life will be too difficult with these restrictions a record 32,000 unvaccinated Austrians opted to get their first shot the day after this new lockdown was announced Wow what about elsewhere in the region How are other governments in Europe responding to the surge The Dutch government has decided to return to the lockdown measures of a year ago over the weekend new rules limited hours for hairdressers restaurants bars and supermarkets They've now got a limit of four guests per household sporting events are again banned from having fans attend When Dutch prime minister Mark rutte announced these new measures protesters gathered outside the press conference and threw rocks bottles and fireworks at police But like Austria the Netherlands 7 day incidence rate has never been this high This latest wave of the pandemic has filled hospitals with COVID patients and we are seeing healthcare systems throughout this part of Europe buckle under the pressure of all these new cases German Chancellor Angela Merkel addressed the public over the week and urging the unvaccinated in Germany to consider getting the vaccine What's the situation like there Yeah Germany seeing its worst in fashion rates since the pandemic began despite rolling out a big state run vaccination campaign in the spring and summer more than 20 million Germans That's more than a quarter of the country's population remain unvaccinated Germany's health minister said last week this wave of the pandemic is a wave of the unvaccinated It is especially bad in the southern state of Bavaria where intensive care units are now more than 90% full Miracle plans to meet with the country's state leaders this week to coordinate nationwide measures Germany's federal government has always been a little hesitant to issue centralized mandates for historical reasons that go back to World War II But individual cities and states are already rolling out strict guidelines Today Berlin implements new rules that only allow the fully vaccinated or those who have recovered from COVID to enter restaurant cinemas and sports facilities So we're already seeing tighter restrictions in Germany on a local level as this wave of the pandemic gets a lot worse That's NPR's rob schmitz joining us from Berlin rob thanks a lot Thank you Almost $50 billion from the infrastructure Bill that president Biden will sign into law today is to strengthen communities against the effects of climate change Here's NPR's Nathan rot The technical term is climate resilience Think moving homes out of flood zone strengthening levees reducing vegetation and fire prone forests Yeah it can be everything from hardening power infrastructure to preserving or restoring wetlands and replacing concrete with green spaces Laura brush is the resilience fellow at the center for climate and energy solutions And then of course you know we think of not only the direct physical impacts of climate change but also how do we prepare for the economic impacts the longer term impacts on public health So yeah resilience can mean a lot of things Roughly $47 billion in the infrastructure Bill is tagged for climate resilience which makes it the largest such federal investment ever Alex hall focuses on climate change at the University of California Los Angeles I think it's a positive that we are finally confronting these issues Do I think it's enough Of course not The most recent national climate assessment estimates that adapting to worsening climate change could cost tens to hundreds of billions of dollars each year Take California Paul's home state We're sea levels are already rising The state's Department of Transportation says that by the end of the decade it will need $11 billion to adapt to rising seas alone That's just for roadways It doesn't include the tens of billions of dollars it would cost to fortify transportation hubs airports drydocks rail systems or the tens of billions of dollars worth of coastal real estate increasingly at risk And none of that is to mention wildfires or the ongoing western mega drought So I think of it as a down payment on the money and the thought vaccinated for a longer term strategy around climate resilience The Biden administration is.

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"mark rutte" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:50 min | Last month

"mark rutte" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We have jerky shining up to the Paris commitments We have China having been signed not to export coal fired power plants We have the U.S. which is back on stage as a country I am cautiously optimistic that we can get somewhere in an extra week Dutch prime minister Mark rutte will when it comes to carbon trading Brazil has now shown some flexibility That's important as a Brazil EU standoff has been the main obstacle so far And when it comes to a British French the fishing spat there it's like change of topic here The UK narrowly avoided retaliatory measures from France last night Bloomberg's charged kappel has the story Franz set a cut off of midnight last night to impose sanctions on the UK over restricted post Brexit fishing rights but that deadline was narrowly avoided The dispute stems from complaints by French authorities that not enough of their fishermen have been granted access to British waters In retaliation France threatened to introduce additional controls on goods arriving from Britain and stop British boats from unloading their catches in France Talks at escalate the dispute started yesterday afternoon and went on into the evening in London Charles cape or Bloomberg daybreak Europe Meanwhile earnings news this morning standard charter's third quarter earnings rose 44% that thanks to increased trading income and lower credit charges as the global economy emerges from the pandemic The lender's underlying pre-tax profit rose to $1.08 billion beating forecasts Sad charters loan provisions also sank to a $107 million from 352 million and we will hear from standard chartered CFO Andy halford at 7.3 a.m. this morning on Bloomberg radio Staying with bank news Credit Suisse is close to hiring X AMP CEO Francesco de Ferrari to lead its wealth management business the move is part of broader changes being planned at the unit the Ferrari also an ex credit Swiss banker is in talks to run a combined unit of the Swiss bank's private banking businesses And speaking of leadership changes that banks have been real upheaval in Europe and it's not letting up on Monday Barclays became the tenth major lender since late 2019 to replace its CEO when it named CS van cutter Krishna as successor to jest daily UniCredit dance go back and comments back among the other firms whose CEOs left under a cloud overall half of the CEOs of Europe's top 20 listed banks have now been in their role for two years or less Okay for the latest in global news here is Bloomberg's Anna George Good morning Tom in the U.S. president Joe Biden's $1.75 trillion.

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"mark rutte" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

07:14 min | Last month

"mark rutte" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Is essential for the protection of the values on which our union is founded. Democracy, freedom, equality. And respect for human rights. Could we be contemplating Poland's departure from the European Union, strong words there from Ursula von der leyen as the block debates Poland's legal challenge. In Zimbabwe, the leader of the opposition has survived two assassination attempts within a few days. What's he doing so rattling the ruling regime? Then to Latin America where the U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken is on a democracy tour. Will drill down into what that means. Plus leap documents ahead of cop 26, as countries present their arguments as this healthy debate or subversive lobbying. We'll look through the papers, get some fashion and retail news, and then we learned this week and there's no guessing when knowledge will come in handy. What you need to catch zebras. It turns out it's more zebras. And you will bring us up to speed on what we know now. We didn't a week ago. That's all ahead here on the globalist, life in London. First a look at what else is happening in the news. President Joe Biden has said the U.S. is committed to defending Taiwan if the self ruled island comes under attack from China. Police in Santa Fe New Mexico say a prop gun fired by actor Alec Baldwin on the set for the film rust has killed a cinematographer and injured the movie's director. And Moscow is set to reintroduce strict lockdown measures for the first time since June last year in a bid to curb soaring COVID-19 infections and deaths. Do stay tuned to monitor 24 throughout the day for more on those stories. But first, EU leaders are meeting in Brussels for a European council summit. Yesterday, the focus was on a rule of law dispute with Poland. Also, hers brought about a court ruling questioning the supremacy of EU law, and on Thursday, 502 of 671 MEPs, back to resolution calling the decision and attack on the European community of values and laws and pressing for severe EU action. All Quentin peel is an associate fellow of the Europe program at chatham House, and he joins me now in the studio. Quentin, thanks very much for coming in. What is the background to this? This is a long-standing battle between Poland and the European Union on the it's actually about the independence of the judiciary in Poland because the law justice party, this very conservative nationalist political party that is ruling Poland is essentially saying they can appoint political judges and they have got rid of quite a lot of judges who they didn't like. And the EU has said, hey, this is not respect for an independent judiciary. You must do this. And essentially, Poland has said no, it's you who are interfering with our constitution, get lost. It is very fundamental to the idea that if Europe agrees on doing something, you can't do it separately at national level, and it's a really difficult challenge for the EU to deal with. And a lot of countries have said that they're going to withhold contributions financial contributions because they don't want to be essentially paying for political judgments. Yeah, absolutely. The polls are very substantial, net recipients of EU funds. It must be said that the polls show that sorry opinion polls show that 80% of Polish people are very much in favor of EU membership. So we're not talking about if you like a Brexit like situation where the population is very divided on this, it's actually perfectly clear that the poles want to remain in the EU, but having said that, this particular government in Poland is a very bloody minded government, and they want to do it their way. So what happened at the summit yesterday? Well, I think that a lot of people had their say, and you had some particularly outspoken EU leaders like Mark rutte of the Dutch prime minister. And I pretty certain Emmanuel Macron would also spoken out very sharply to say, we simply can not allow the pose to cock a snooker at European law. Angela Merkel on the other hand seems in what may be a last summit in the EU to be really very typically trying to smooth things down and saying don't let's get involved in some interminable legal disputes let's sort this out with dialog. And so they released a resolution as we said at the top. Anything notable within that? Well, that they back the European Commission in contemplating action against Poland and that action could take one of variety of forms. They could simply go through an interminable legal process trying to say, you know, we're right, you're right. And in the end, the judges will decide. Or much more dramatic and serious, they could actually start cutting off the funds to Poland. Poland put in a bid for something like €50 billion worth of funds from the COVID recovery fund in May and the European Parliament and those who are very angry with Poland simply want that money to be stopped until they reverse the judgment and say we do respect European law. And so could the EU then trigger the next step of article 7 proceedings? Will article 7 can be blocked as they've discovered already which would be to suspend Poland's best friend Hungary Hungary is in a very similar position to Poland, where they're not interfering with the independence of the judiciary so much as the independence of the media. That's the problem with Hungary in Brussels, but the both governments very single mindedly nationalist and very determined to show that Brussels can't simply tell them how to behave. And will the discussions go on today? I'm not entirely sure. It wasn't supposed to be top of the agenda, but I think it's a very real of life issue. And it does seem that a very clear majority of the leaders already decided yesterday that we'll back the commission on this, Poland must get its act together. As you say, the polls themselves don't want to leave the union, but maybe it won't be their decision. Could the government pull them out anyway? Yeah, it makes a very messy situation. It was rather nicely described in The Economist last week is whereas the Brits went for a clean Brexit. That's to say, we'll be out rather than respect your rule. The polls seem to go for a dirty remain..

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"mark rutte" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

04:17 min | 5 months ago

"mark rutte" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"I should have just made everybody commit to pronounciation. I was correct. It is all i do. Yeah okay. I was getting worried about myself second. I was like damn. I have that wrong when music. So child album came out. Was you mad because it was like everybody. Got those jessica alba. All i do i love. I love the idea of like this kind of like bad. like nervous. Comedy sketch of mispronouncing. All the famous famous rap labels. So it's like. I'd like to play this record by bit boy. Wait that's another I wish i'm bill was here It just hit me. I was trying to figure out remember we. We were trying to figure out what a monda green was like prince way of writing things out and it's called a mind. Degreen i was. I was trying to figure out. Who's the king among greens down. That's yeah that's music. Soul child's lame. Use it to pay bills not here for that so with hashtags my mom's hashtags scammer just like crazy run on sentences that are supposed okay so mark two thousand six man. I mean i probably told you this story before but to to even the the amount of paralyzed producers that set and tried to figure this shit out when we got back to black and at i got a call from jazzy. I didn't get a car was in. I was in barcelona in jazzy. Jeff instant message me whatever. Aol instant message and he's like man. I'm depressed what he's like. Bronson's king asa m any simi The file to the album. And literally the i i called and i was like wait. Who produce and he says. Mark ronson as it. No no no. Dj mark ronson. He's like yes that mark ronson no. Dj mark rutte light nbc. Sixty with the new york knicks. Yeah beats that mark ronson. He's yes and i was frozen. Yo i sat until showtime. I sat room and listened to that album for seven hours. So how did you connect with with amy at the time like just explain the relationship. Yeah like well. I remember just on that jazzy. Jeff thing. i remember this. 'cause records weren't so global than they didn't just blow up like this so like i didn't know if people in america heard the album yet and i remember being about to board a plane in some airport somehow and there was a message from jazzy. Jeff and i heard on my phone and he goes yo mark. This is jeff had never called me before. But you know we're cool and he was like What you just did like everybody's fucking with this. That was the first call. I got from one of my peers. If someone i looked up to this affirmation of the recommend so much. I remember exactly. I was standing outside looking at the window at the planes on the ground. When i listened to that message from jeff. That's how much it meant to me but to go back so i met amy because I had had a little bit of you know heat off of that we record in england ges people kind of knew i wasn't guy moot who is the head of ems music publishing at the time. Amazing air.

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"mark rutte" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:38 min | 5 months ago

"mark rutte" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To deal with the causes and we have to deal with the effects, Harris began her trip at a U. S Customs and Border Protection facility. She later deliver a speech. Franco Ordonez. NPR news. This is NPR. The American Civil Liberties Union is legally challenging a Tennessee law that it argues unfairly targets transgender people. At issue is a new requirement that government and business facilities must post signs that read quote. This facility maintains a policy of allowing the use of restrooms by either biological sex, regardless of the designation on the restroom, end quote. Lawsuit argues the phrase either biological sex is offensive to transgender and intersex people, and some business owners say the requirement could cost them customers. But the law sponsor, Republican representative Tim argues the Tennessee law is not discriminatory. Law carries a threat of misdemeanor penalties. European Union leaders are clashing with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban over his LGBTQ policies as men. Nicholson reports the Dutch prime minister has called for, or bond to leave the EU. EU Council members were gathering in Brussels for the first time since lawmakers in Budapest passed legislation banning LGBTQ plus content for those under 18 in Hungary, Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte to demanded that Orban respect EU values or leave the bloc. Luxembourg's Prime Minister Xavier Battle himself a gay man said Budapest should be subject to a cut in EU funding if it continues to violate democratic rules. 17 of the EU's.

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Dutch Prime Minister, Mark Rutte, Narrowly Survives No-Confidence Vote

BBC World Service

00:41 sec | 8 months ago

Dutch Prime Minister, Mark Rutte, Narrowly Survives No-Confidence Vote

"Prime minister. Margareta has narrowly survived a vote of no confidence over his conduct during talks to build a governing coalition. The prime minister has apologized and said he'd work to restore confidence. And a hooligan is following developments in The Hague. We talk about marketers surviving this, but actually, he still has to find people who are prepared to govern alongside him in the next coalition, and there are no guarantees. He'll succeed in doing that. So this vote of disapproval is slightly stronger than the vote of censure means that they don't really trust him anymore. That the way in which he handled this whole affair has undermined public trust. Basically

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Exit poll suggests Dutch caretaker Prime Minister Mark Rutte's party has won the most seats in general election

BBC World Service

00:16 sec | 9 months ago

Exit poll suggests Dutch caretaker Prime Minister Mark Rutte's party has won the most seats in general election

"The Dutch prime minister, Mark wrote to has thanked voters after exit polls indicated that his center right VVD party has won the most seats in the general election, giving him a mandate to form a new coalition government. It'll be his fourth term as prime minister.

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"mark rutte" Discussed on Man Tools Podcast

Man Tools Podcast

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"mark rutte" Discussed on Man Tools Podcast

"Man rick merrick. Mary rich merck rich. Mark rutte it was a guess couple of weeks back. He sign up for the patriots. Won and i kept forgetting to one of the benefits is to be thanked on aaron. I kept forgetting in the finally made up for that now. So right honey glasses. 'cause rich mark check us out a gum road for premium manala cart content at gomert com slash mantles media and an awesome place. I just got T shirts for from them and some other cool items All of our merch including our new fitted masks which are just order for those for us. Excellent to get a couple more. We get a lot of comments on the masks. Got them for the guys at work and we just. You know people like that's awesome. You survive the colonel apocalypse. That's hilarious You can find that at man tools media dot red bubble. Dot com nahuatl. Lauda crazy events coming up. I mean it was The halloween thing Some one of these days of the speaker of the house we president he wants to think. So what's going to happen unprecedented because that's never happened before other than the other times. It's happened other than the other times it's happened. Got thanksgiving coming up Just a programming note. That's always on thursday. Obviously we will not be doing a live show. I think we're gonna come up with something right like a dynamite turkeys oil and a bathing suit. I think something's going to happen her. Something we'll do Will be limited to a half hour because that's what our pre-programme streaming stuff can do But anyways that some kind of show will happen on thursday. We rush gator committee. We will and make it happen. Maybe a cartoon might play around some listen animation. I don't know we'll see we'll see we'll have. Oh maybe our version of charlie round Thanksgiving special man to extravaganza can see next week own known..

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"mark rutte" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"mark rutte" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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"mark rutte" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"mark rutte" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"19 rise in Britain, the prime minister asking people stick with health guidelines. Prime Minister Boris Johnson Issuing a plea for people here to stick with social distancing rules, no matter how impatient we maybe how fed up we may become. There is only one way of doing this. Johnson, saying he doesn't want to impose a second nationwide locked down, but a senior adviser is warning. Britain's outbreak is not under control. With thousands of new cases recorded each day. The prime minister says tighter rules could follow in London Simonneau in Fox News. Prime Minister Mark Rutte is advising people in the Netherlands to start wearing facemasks and indoor public areas, including shops, bars, museums and other places. He said the government doesn't plan to make The mandatory under the current rules vast are mandatory on public transportation and advised in public indoor areas of the three major cities. Amsterdam Rotterdam in The Hague. Modest growth in the job market, according to a report from a private company payroll processing company. ADP says the number of jobs created by private employers rose by 749,000 this month. The number is stronger than expected, though, still indicates the job market is continuing to recover Gradually. Theeighty P report indicates jobs were created in construction, manufacturing, education, hospitality and other areas. Small businesses continued to see slow growth. The Labor Department releases the September employment report on Friday. GeneCo's Sola Fox knew the first presidential debate drew in 73.1 million people across 16 Networks, according to updated information from Nielsen Media Research. Ah, 13% decline from the record 84 million set four years ago went now President Trump faced off against Hillary Clinton. I'm Lee Scylla, Sarah and this is Fox News. Now progressive presents the sounds of the old years, 2019 and someone is getting up to use the bathroom at the stadium. Scuse me. Excuse me. Sorry. Excuse me. Mind if.

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"mark rutte" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"mark rutte" Discussed on WJR 760

"In Britain, the prime minister asking people stick with health guidelines as Prime Minister Boris Johnson issuing a plea for people here to stick with social distancing rules, no matter how impatient we maybe have fit up, we may become There is only one way of doing this. Johnson, saying he doesn't want to impose a second nationwide locked down, but a senior adviser is warning. Britain's outbreak is not under control. With thousands of new cases recorded each day. The prime minister says tighter rules could follow in London, Simon Oh, in Fox News. Prime Minister Mark Rutte is advising people in the Netherlands to start wearing facemasks and indoor public areas, including shops, bars, museums and other places. He said the government doesn't plan to make The mandatory under the current rules, mass are mandatory on public transportation and advised in public indoor areas of the three major cities. Amsterdam Rotterdam in The Hague. Modest growth in the job market, according to a report from a private company payroll processing company. ADP says the number of jobs created by private employers rose by 749,000 this month. The number is stronger than expected, though, still indicates the job market is continuing to recover Gradually. Theeighty P report indicates jobs were created in construction, manufacturing, education, hospitality and other areas. Small businesses continued to see slow growth. The Labor Department releases the September employment report on Friday. GeneCo's Sola Fox knew the first presidential debate drew in 73.1 million people across 16 Networks, according to updated information from Nielsen Media Research. Ah 13% decline from the record 84 million set four years ago when now president Trump faced off against Hillary Clinton. I'm Lee Scylla. Sarah,.

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"mark rutte" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"mark rutte" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Rise in Britain, the prime minister asking people stick with health guidelines as Prime Minister Boris Johnson issuing a plea for people here to stick with social distancing rules, no matter how impatient we maybe have fed up, we may become There is only one way of doing this. Johnson, saying he doesn't want to impose a second nationwide locked down, but a senior adviser is warning. Britain's outbreak is not under control. With thousands of new cases recorded each day. The prime minister says tighter rules could follow. In London Simon Fox News. Such prime minister, Mark Rutte, is advising people in the Netherlands to start wearing facemasks and indoor public areas, including shops, bars, museums and other places. He said the government doesn't plan to make the mandatory under the current rules vast are mandatory on public transportation and advised in public indoor areas of the three major cities. Amsterdam Rotterdam in The Hague. Modest growth in the job market, according to a report from a private company payroll processing company. ADP says the number of jobs created by private employers rose by 749,000 this month. The number is stronger than expected. Those still indicates the job market is continuing to recover gradually. Theeighty P report indicates jobs were created in construction, manufacturing, education, hospitality and other areas. Small businesses continue to see slow growth. The Labor Department releases the September employment report on Friday. GeneCo's Sola Fox News the first presidential debate drew in 73.1 million people across 16 Networks, according to updated information from Nielsen Media Research. A 13% decline from the record 84 million set four years ago when now president Trump faced off against Hillary Clinton. I'm Lisa. Let Sarah and this is.

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"mark rutte" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"mark rutte" Discussed on WDRC

"Of covert 19 rise in Britain, the prime minister asking people stick with health guidelines as Prime Minister Boris Johnson issuing a plea for people here to stick with social distancing rules, no matter how impatient we maybe how fed up we may become. There is only one way of doing this. Johnson, saying he doesn't want to impose a second nationwide locked down, but a senior adviser is warning. Britain's outbreak is not under control. With thousands of new cases recorded each day. The prime minister says tighter rules could follow in London, Simon Oh, in Fox News. Prime Minister Mark Rutte is advising people in the Netherlands to start wearing facemasks and indoor public areas, including shops, bars, museums and other places. He said the government doesn't plan to make The mandatory under the current rules vast are mandatory on public transportation and advised in public indoor areas of the three major cities. Amsterdam Rotterdam in The Hague. Modest growth in the job market, according to a report from a private company payroll processing company. ADP says the number of jobs created by private employers rose by 749,000 this month. The number is stronger than expected. Those still indicates the job market is continuing to recover gradually. Theeighty P report indicates jobs were created in construction, manufacturing, education, hospitality and other areas. Small businesses continued to see slow growth. The Labor Department releases the September employment report on Friday. GeneCo's Sola Fox knew the first presidential debate drew in 73.1 million people across 16 Networks, according to updated information from Nielsen Media Research. A 13% decline from the record 84 million set four years ago. When now President Trump faced off against Hillary Clinton. I'm Lee Scylla, Sarah and this is Fox News..

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"mark rutte" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"mark rutte" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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"mark rutte" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"mark rutte" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"How happy your dog will be N O V. I Cases of covert 19 rise in Britain, the prime minister asking people stick with health guidelines as Prime Minister Boris Johnson issuing a plea for people here to stick with social distancing rules, no matter how impatient we maybe how fed up we may become. There is only one way of doing this. Johnson, saying he doesn't want to impose a second nationwide locked down, but a senior adviser is warning. Britain's outbreak is not under control. With thousands of new cases recorded each day. The prime minister says tighter rules could follow. In London, Simon Oh, in Fox News. Such prime minister Mark Rutte is advising people in the Netherlands to start wearing facemasks and indoor public areas, including shops, bars, museums and other places. He said The government doesn't plan to make the mandatory under the current rules vast are mandatory on public transportation and advised in public indoor areas of the three major cities. Amsterdam Rotterdam in The Hague. Modest growth in the job market, according to a report from a private company payroll processing company. ADP says the number of jobs created by private employers rose by 749,000 this month. The number is stronger than expected, though, still indicates the job market is continuing to recover Gradually. Theeighty P report indicates jobs were created in construction, manufacturing, education, hospitality and other areas. Small businesses continued to see slow growth. The Labor Department releases the September employment report on Friday. GeneCo's Sola Fox knew the first presidential debate drew in 73.1 million people across 16 Networks, according to updated information from Nielsen Media Research. Ah 13% decline from the record 84 million set four years ago when now president Trump faced off against Hillary Clinton. I'm Lee Scylla. Sarah and this is.

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"mark rutte" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"mark rutte" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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Masks are mandatory on public transportation and advised in public indoor areas of the three major cities, Amsterdam, and The Hague modest growth tits the video sensation. That's the Internet by storm a web series on YouTube pass the one hundred views mark this week titled Andrew, John the, wildly popular, website speech, Roommates Andrew Vannier John Haney, playing fictionalized versions of themselves in unusual situations mostly set in and around there. Chicago apartments. Their latest short titled Laundry Day reached the unprecedented one hundred view milestone this week after a heavy promotional push in which the duo posted this gets to their facebook pages. The hit video features the roommates wearing unconventional outfits while scrounging up enough change to do laundry in their basement other popular episodes include foreign landlord featuring Johnston Brett from work and video where interest suspects. John might be as Zombie or videos consistently get over fifty views. Now, laundry day it's the first one that's really taken off everyone I know is seeing it's completely viral. The onion news network. Following reports of a newly posted jobless area marketing firm Swenson digital the onion spoke to a few of the fourteen hundred applicants claim they are quote absolutely perfect for this position when I first saw this opening I knew it was right for me. I've got tons of experience. I've got all the skills they're looking for. He's look resume got everything that I'm looking. For. I mean I've held similar jobs like this. In the past I'm extremely driven I really think this is GonNa work out I'm going to be marketing which the posting said was recommended. So I think that'll bode really well for me I had plenty of team experience and I think that would stand out not to mention the fact that I'm great with design html. 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"mark rutte" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"mark rutte" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Three northbound Hey Italy's between Montvale Abnett cloverleaf on ninety three south bound you'll see slow down for one thirty three in Andover down has dascom road David to draw any WBZ's traffic on the thirties strophic and weather together let's check the four day WBZ accu weather forecast partly cloudy for tonight brisk and chilly them last night however we will run well above average for late January with little thirty six back into the real deal defer to the twenty slot a mix of clouds and sunshine tomorrow will remain mild and breezy with a high of forty seven mostly cloudy with a low of thirty four tomorrow night then they'll get chillier Tuesday and Wednesday but still remaining well above average for this time of year Michael B. forty two one Tuesday with partly sunny skies have your forty Wednesday with sunny skies every time for this time of year thirty six right now we have forty eight degrees in Boston a check around the region shows forty five and national forty six in Abington forty eight in Jamaica plain we topped out at just about fifty degrees in many locations across the region and those mild temperatures in the mid to upper forties perhaps tempting fifty expected right through the middle of the week three fifty four on WBZ touching back now on our top story NBA basketball star Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers is dead Bryant killed this morning when the private Kelleher helicopter he was a passenger in crashed in Calabasas California near Malibu the chopper burst into flames all five on board including Bryant did Kobe Bryant one of the greats of professional basketball in eighteen time NBA all star played his entire twenty year career with the Los Angeles Lakers Kobe Bryant was forty one three fifty five WBZ's Italy wind Italy's wine producers are facing some tough weather conditions these days and also some pretty tough Jackson's extreme weather has led to wine production here in Italy falling by twelve percent and twenty nineteen with a loss of about fifteen billion dollars even so simple Moscow called the a northern regional head of Italy's largest agricultural association called it the says longer and harder droughts heavier rainfall and more frequent hail storms are destroying vines Elise one sector is also concerned about drop in sales to its largest export country the U. S. that is of the trump administration moves forward on its threat to impose a hundred percent tariff on Italian wine Meghan Williams ABC news Rome Dutch prime minister mark Rutte making history this morning apologizing for his country's failure to protect more than one hundred thousand Jews during World War two they were deported and murdered the prime minister making the apology during the annual Holocaust commemoration in Amsterdam on the eve of the seventy fifth anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz **** death camp.

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