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"michel bon" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

08:27 min | 1 year ago

"michel bon" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"America, The Larry elder show. 20 minutes past the top of the hour. Thanks for being with us Bob France, sitting in for the sage of South Central here on the Salem radio Network. Phone lines are open in 888971 sage. That's triple 89717243. Really appreciate you being with us. Coming live from Cleveland, Ohio. I want to just share a little bit more of the You know, I tell my audience that's all the time here in Cleveland, Ohio, you know, there's only one letter's difference between Democrats and demon rat. Just dropped, too. See, and at the end, and you have demon rats and I don't know what evidence you need of there. Demonic nature than some of what we are seeing. In terms of the cheering. For the positive diagnosis of President Trump and his wife and his assistant, An advisor who picks Cheering for there. Infection with the disease and wishes, uh, for their death. But that is exactly what on the demon rat left or doing. If you ever thought that they're, you know, was any civility left in politics If you ever thought by the way that Trump Derangement syndrome was just a made up moniker for people who don't like the president that it's not truly derangement that it's not an actual psychological impairment. This should eliminate that from, you know that that thought from your head. It is 100% a psychological impairment. Let me give you some examples. In addition to this thing called Alex blag. Saying Just a note of support for hope. Picks in President Trump. I hope they both die. How about Daniel Golson from road show? Saying, I don't feel bad about hoping he dies because I've been hoping that since 2015 Let's take a look at the wonderfully Tolerance. Black lives matter. BLM activist Daniel Moscato Danielle Moscato. I'm not one to laugh at other people's suffering, but Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha! Burn in hell you mother Blank, er Shin, right, blank er Blogger Brad Galloway. Liberal blogger named Brad Galloway quote. I don't want the current powers of the GOP to rally behind someone savvy here and more civilized than trump because we're already in enough trouble as it is, but I'm not going to pretend to be polite here. I hope Trump blanking dies A painful Covad death and I'm not sorry. Someone named another blue check. Just Pete Woods. Whoever that is, he's important enough to have a blue check. Cheer up, Mr President, Herman Cain got Cove it and he's still managing to tweet. Film director. Michel Bon Figlio. I guess. I hope trumps diagnosis wakes his supporters up to the reality of the pandemic, and also that it makes him suffer and die. You understand what we're dealing with here? You understand that demon rat is not just a clever little play on the word Democrat. It's demonic is what it is. Damn You know how, as we talk about race in America, and we continue to deal with the daily and nightly riots over black lives matter and antifa, destroying American cities, supposedly over social justice and some sort of racial inequality that does not exist. You know what they say about white people who won't jump on board the BLM train. White silence equals violence. You know, they say that I would suggest you hear something similar. But this time based in reality This time based on the left. I would suggest that any liberals reading And I'm talking about prominent ones. Reading. And certainly much. More importantly, retweeting any of these messages? Rather than condemning them. Your silence equals violence. You are literally hoping and look, I'm not going to pretend That our side of the political spectrum our ideology on the conservative side that we're perfect or not were flawed. And maybe there are some really, really scumbag type of people that might have said some terrible things, but When we found out that somebody like Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was battling cancer. Or any other illnesses. I don't work all people cheering for her passing. I don't recall people celebrating and cheering Ted Kennedy's death. Other than perhaps talking about the You know, the Forever. Imprinted on almost all of our brains who paid attention to it or who have studied it. His role in the death of marriage. Okay, Peck me. Nobody cheered and said good. I hope you rot in hell. I hope you die A or I am glad you died A painful death, mother Blank er or anything of anything of the sort. Are we perfect? No, but this kind of thing, this kind of demonic hate. Is exactly what the left is trying to tell you on a daily basis they are creating And they are implementing and developing. Curriculum for curriculum for schools all across the country based on anti hate Based on tolerance based on equality, etcetera, etcetera. They call them the Republican Party and the conservative movement. You know, the party of hate. And they're the ones that air they're supposed to be trying to stop the hate And to bring unity. And if this is what their idea of stopping hatred is Then again, I think we have a really true honest idea of what we're dealing with. We're dealing with people who are just flat out evil. Far left activist Linda Sarsour, who has an audience with the DMC. Linda Starr, sir. Tweeted. Seems like someone don't want to go back to the debate stage. Mocking the president's diagnosis. Know what I'm going to say is The good news. The good news is That President Trump is a very, very healthy dude. And I'm talking about this in a really little literal sense. The guy's like a sideboard, okay? He's not going to die a slow, painful death. First of all, 99, a half percent of the people who are contract contract the Chinese Corona virus. 99, a half percent of them recover from it. The president is in the more vulnerable group, though, because he's 74 years of age. So anybody over 70 certainly has a less You know, exemplary chance of recovering from it, So he does have that going and he is also over 70 and does have a co morbidity at least one co morbidity dealing with his weight. I was listening to Dr Oz this morning, and Dr Oz pointed out that the 6 ft three is President Trump, just like I am is £245.44 pounds, I think. And according to the B M i, the body Mass index that makes him classified as obese. Not I think everybody looks at Donald Trump and things from and that guy's a whale. He just looked. No, no, no. But according to be M I a He's obese, so he does have co morbidity and age as a as an opponent if you will in this fight. But Donald Trump's stamina and physical well being. He looks and acts and carries on and meets a schedule that I cannot even imagine I got half his age keeping.

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"michel bon" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"michel bon" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"All across America. The Larry Elder Show 20 minutes past the top of the hour. Thanks for being with us Bob France, sitting in for the sage of South Central here on the Salem radio network. Phone lines are open in 888971 sage. That's triple 89717243 really appreciate you being with us coming in live from Cleveland, Ohio. I want to just share a little bit more of the You know, I tell my audience that's all the time here in Cleveland, Ohio, you know, there's only one letter's difference between Democrat and Demon rat just dropped the sea and at the end, and you have demon rats and I don't know what evidence you need of there. Demonic nature than some of what we are seeing. In terms of the cheering. For the positive diagnosis of President Trump and his wife and his assistant, An advisor who picks Cheering for there. Infection with the disease and wishes, uh, for their death. But that is exactly what on the demon rat left or doing. If you ever thought that they're, you know, was any civility left in politics If you ever thought by the way that Trump Derangement syndrome was just a made up moniker for people who don't like the president that it's not truly derangement that it's not an actual psychological impairment. This should eliminate that from, you know that that thought from your head. It is 100% a psychological impairment. Let me give you some examples. In addition to this thing called Alex blag. Saying Just a note of support for hope. Picks in President Trump. I hope they both die. How about Daniel Golson from road show? Saying, I don't feel bad about hoping he dies because I've been hoping that since 2015 Let's take a look at the wonderfully Tolerance. Black lives matter. BLM activist Daniel Moscato Danielle Moscato. I'm not one to laugh at other people's suffering, but Ha ha ha ha ha ha! Burn in hell you mother Blank, er Shin, right, blank er Blogger Brad Galloway. Liberal blogger named Brad Galloway quote. I don't want the current powers of the GOP to rally behind someone savvy here and more civilized than trump because we're already in enough trouble as it is, but I'm not going to pretend to be polite here. I hope Trump blanking dies A painful Covad death and I'm not sorry. Down. Someone named another blue check. Just Pete Woods. Whoever that is, he's important enough to have a blue check. Cheer up, Mr President, Herman Cain got Cove it and he's still managing to tweet. Film director. Michel Bon Figlio. I guess. I hope trumps diagnosis wakes his supporters up to the reality of the pandemic, and also that it makes him suffer and die. You understand what we're dealing with here? You understand that demon rat is not just a clever little play on the word Democrat. It's demonic is what it is. Man. You know how, as we talk about race in America, and we continue to deal with the daily and nightly riots over black lives matter and antifa, destroying American cities, supposedly over social justice and some sort of racial inequality that does not exist. You know what they say about white people who won't jump on board the BLM train. White silence equals violence. You know, they say that I would suggest to you hear something similar. But this time based in reality And this time based on the left. I would suggest that any liberals reading And I'm talking about prominent ones. Reading. And certainly much. More importantly, retweeting any of these messages? Rather than condemning them. Your silence equals violence. You are literally hoping and look, I'm not going to pretend That our side of the political spectrum our ideology on the conservative side that we're perfect. We're not were flawed. And maybe there are some really, really scumbag type of people that might have said some terrible things, but When we found out that somebody like Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was battling cancer. Or any other illnesses. I don't work all people cheering for her passing. I don't recall people celebrating and cheering Ted Kennedy's death. Other than perhaps talking about the You know, the Forever. Imprinted on almost all of our brains who paid attention to it or who have studied it. His role in the death of Mary Jo Kopechne E Nobody cheered and said good. I hope you rot in hell. I hope you die A or I am glad you died A painful death, mother Blank er or anything of anything of the sort are re perfect. No, but this kind of thing, this kind of demonic hate. Is exactly what the left is trying to tell you on a daily basis they are creating And they are implementing and developing. Curriculum for curriculum for schools all across the country based on anti hate Based on tolerance based on equality, etcetera, etcetera. They call them the Republican Party and the conservative movement. You know, the party of hate. And they're the ones that air they're supposed to be trying to stop the hate And to bring unity. And if this is what their idea of stopping hatred is Then again, I think we have a really true honest idea of what we're dealing with. We're dealing with people who are just flat out evil. Far left activist Linda Sorcerer who has an audience with the DNC. Linda star, Sir. Tweeted. Seems like someone don't want to go back to the debate stage. Mocking the president's diagnosis. Know what I'm going to say is The.

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"michel bon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"michel bon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And Radio Coming up next on Gold. Dennis Gartman, the retired editor of the garment letter from New York. This is pulling back. Now, the latest news from New York City and around the world hears Michael Bar Tom, John Lisa. Thank you very much. Some of the nation's governors say the words coming from the White House are confounding Bloomberg's Martin to Carol reports. Some governors say they need clear messaging and fiscal relieved to corral the Corona virus. Maryland's Republican governor, Larry Hogan, holds frequent calls with White House Corona Virus Task force, He says important information is shared, such as a federal report on 21 states with severe virus outbreaks. And then the president says just the opposite, Trump said. Much of the U. S is virus Free. Hogan chairs the National Governors Association, and he's frustrated. The president is making claims that contradict his own experts. I don't think the president is listening to those folks all the time. I don't think it's helpful. What would be helpful, says Hogan is federal rules. E for bleeding State government budgets in Washington, Martin Dicaro Bloomberg Radio president. Trump said he hasn't discussed US intelligence that alleged Russia offered bounties to Taliban fighters killed US troops in Afghanistan with Russian President Vladimir Putin in a recent telephone call The president and an interview with Axios released today also downplay the validity of the U. S intelligence. And drew a moral equivalency between the possibility that Russia back efforts to kill U. S troops and the American campaign to eight anti Soviet forces in Afghanistan in the 19 eighties interview is set to air on HBO on Monday. National Hurricane Center believes the ninth named storm will form in the Atlantic by the end of the day. The system is expected to become a tropical storm when it is near the Leeward Islands today. This prompted tropical storm warnings issued for Puerto Rico, the Leeward Islands and the Virgin Islands. Global news 24 hours a day on air on on Bloomberg. Quick, Take Howard by more than 27 of the journalist and analysts more than 120 countries. I'm Michel Bon, and this is Bloomberg. This is for the year's super organized or search every file on your computer 12 times a day. How closely looking at those kind of moves? You never have to worry about finding the latest business news. We put it right here. Talk about a commitment that has been made to technology. How long will those benefits knots? Institutional vest is really focusing on SG Bloomberg radio. The Bloomberg business radio dot com and diehard radio ads and Bloomberg radio dot com. What do you look for that?.

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"michel bon" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

08:51 min | 1 year ago

"michel bon" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"To follow emergency orders and stay home to slow the spread of Copa nineteen on the Navajo Nation I am Antonio Gonzalez most California schools will be re opening on their usual starting dates this fall but the openings could come with some big changes such as smaller class sizes and face masks to protect students and staff from the corona virus that's according to state schools superintendent Tony Thurman he's convening a virtual meeting of school districts tomorrow to help plan for the complex task of re opening schools for the states six million students KPFA is Christopher Martinez reports California's one thousand local school districts and the state department of education are gearing up for the complex process of re opening schools that were shattered by the corona virus pandemic Tony Thurman disqualify you superintendent of public instruction we know that they'll be bumps along the way but we know that we can get this done together and we look forward to the work that we do together on behalf of our California students sermon spoke at a virtual news conference on the eve of a Thursday virtual meeting with representatives of local school district on how to safely be opened schools over the summer Thurman says schools will address things like educator fatigue support for students to address learning gaps and to plan for the coming school year there will not be a common opening rather school districts will make their own decisions about when they'll open up most districts are planning to open at their normal dates in late August and September the opening schools during a pandemic is complex the stakes are high to get it right when Denmark became the first European country to begin re opening schools last month some parents created a Facebook page called my kid is not going to be a Guinea pig France began reopening its schools last week but education minister John Michel Bon Kantor says several of the newly reopened schools will be shattered again after seventy new culvert nineteen cases were reported California school superintendent Thurman says schools and the state department of education will be working closely with public health officials it was at first the county public health officials who made it known that unfortunately graduation ceremonies could not take place in the way that we were used to because of the concerns of having too many people in one place and not be able to have social distancing guidelines some of those same public health officers are now weighing in and saying that there can be a graduation parades as long as people stay in their cards so there are ways to celebrate the class of twenty twenty so absolutely will continue to work closely with our public health officials from the state level and I'm from the county levels across the state one big issue looming over school reopening plans is the matter of funding governor Gavin Newsom's proposed budget includes a seven billion dollar cut to schools as part of a plan to close the massive state budget cap six school districts are saying we opening with slashed budgets is not realistic the district include Los Angeles unified San Francisco Oakland San Diego Long Beach and Sacramento in a letter to state lawmakers they say the budget cuts could delay re opening and put students and staff at risk Thurman says the governor's budget proposal will require cuts to many education programs unless there is more funding from the federal government it's very important for us to receive more federal funding in order to offset those cuts because we believe that our school districts cannot reopen safely if they have to implement these kinds of cuts it's simply just the fact that we need to help maintain all that we have in our educational sector and we're gonna need to be able to do more we're gonna have unavoidable expenses that schools will need to be able to account for in order to ensure that our schools open safely for our students and for our staff Simon says the Thursday virtual meeting with school districts will be part of an ongoing conversation about what school districts need and what steps they should be taking when they re open in the fall those steps will include social distancing along with other health precautions it's widely believed that in order for us to be open and with schools in a social distancing kind of fashion that students and staff will have to wear masks it is believed that will have to sanitize schools down every day sometimes multiple times a day it is believed that is likely that we will have to have smaller class sizes to accommodate students being able to maintain six feet of distance during school all told it will be a complex process with many moving parts education and safety planning by school officials budget work by state and federal lawmakers guidance from local and state health officials all of the state tries to gradually reopened the economy without triggering a second wave of the pandemic in the fall earning for pacifica radio news KPFA I'm Christopher Martinez the US justice department is warning California governor Gavin Newsom about his continued ban on group worship in churches synagogues and mosques they had a the federal justice department's civil rights division has written a letter telling me some the ban amounts to discrimination and that he should allow some in person warship during the current phase two of the governor's plan to reopen the state Newsome said religious institutions could start welcoming back worshippers for limited in person services in the coming weeks the letter from the justice department notes that Newsom is allowing restaurants and other secular business is in some counties to reopen under social distancing guidelines the justice department says that to exclude houses of worship places an unfair burden on them that violates civil rights protections the letter by the justice department cites a statement issued in April by Attorney General William Barr that argued the government can't impose special restrictions on religious activity the letter doesn't threaten immediate legal action but is a clear warning churches and other houses of worship have been a source of hot spot outbreaks of the corona virus in the states on top of the other obstacles that KPFA has had to confront during our spring fund drive they threw another curve at us today which is a major technical breakdown in the station so far the technical problem has not prevented us from bringing you the news use Sir I say so far advisedly knock wood hopefully we'll make it to the end of this news cast but I'm not so sure about the phone system whether it is up and running but we will take a shot at doing what we have to do here during the finder a fund drive which is raise money to keep this listener sponsored station on the air where about half way through the planned period of time allocated for the fund drive half way through and overall we got off to a impressive start in the drive that halfway through the last day or two we have run into a wall we have to call these fund drives marathons because they seem like they would be twenty six miles long twenty six days long something like that and those of you who are some miglior with long distance running you know that sometimes in the middle of a long run and you hit the wall well we're hitting the wall right now in this fund drive because we're kind of stalled out and we would like to get out of that stall in build some momentum so that we can get to the end of the drive.

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"michel bon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

09:33 min | 2 years ago

"michel bon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Europe. It's just gone seven thirty here in London. It's eight thirty. If you're listening in Milan, Paris or Frankfurt to European stocks. I in other words out of the gates in less than half an hour now. And it appears that we might be looking for some direction today. Euro stocks fifty futures little changed perhaps they fund somewhat in the past minute also higher by about a tenth of one percent footsie one hundred features on the back foot, but only marginally so and futures little changed Asia's regional benchmark has been firming up towards the tail end of the set. The Asia Pacific index putting on three tenths of one percent. We've seen tech and semiconductors stocks being the bright spot over in Asia after a dividend boost by s k Hynix looking at the US futures. We're looking at some red ink. They're only marginally so though s and p futures down by about one tenth of one percent alongside Dow futures looking over into the fixed income space the ten year treasury yield softening somewhat two point seven three nine percent. That's why we're trading this morning at the same time as the Bloomberg dollar spot index is firming up by about a tenth of one percent. The euro somewhat on the backfoot as we're looking at to ECB meeting that we've just been discussing one spot thirteen seventy four that's where we're at sterling is under a little bit of pressure down by a tenth of one percent as well as one spot thirty fifty seven against the greenback. All prices declining today WTI off by about half of one percent where keeping an eye on politics in Venezuela with golden Sachs saying that. The politics. There could be a tad bullish for all prices going forward. More details on Venezuela in world and national news. Let's turn though to our top stories this morning, the risk of a no deal. Brexit is seen to be receding after France and Germany signalled yesterday that they would be an meaningful to delaying it at the same time. The UK labor party has tabled an amendment to delay. And that is gaining traction in parliament, the EU is frustrated at the government's inability to strike a deal and says that the UK would lose out on a no deal Brexit, if we fail in the Brexit negotiations will be stepping back, or at least the UK will be stepping back to a time before it was a member of the EU and the single market when customs duties were part of the day to day life of businesses. So that was the ease chief Brexit negotiator. Michel Bon years, speaking through a translator at the same time Airbus has called the Brexit process. A disgrace saying no deal divorce could force. The company to move future. Investments out of the UK CEO. Tom enders, one of the most outspoken business leaders on Brexit slammed. The quote madness of Brexit is assuming the planemaker won't abandon Britain about spaced into loose has fourteen thousand workers in Britain and supports around another one hundred and ten thousand jobs. Call gone has resigned from Renault that is according to the French finance minister order now, he's set to be replaced as chairman by Michelin chief, John Dominic sonar and CEO by below. Hi who has been filling in on an interim basis? Lemaire says the big concern now is what happens next carols just resigned that's night. And no it's time to define and to put a new governance in place because what is today the most important thing is to prepare the future of all and of the Iranians. So that was the French finance minister speaking. Bloomberg over in Davos in the Swiss Alps, President Trump meanwhile says that he will give the state of the union address when the government shutdown is over. This follows house speaker Nancy Pelosi saying that she won't let the president gave the annual speech in the chamber and less government agencies have reopened Trump economic advisor. Kevin Hassett told CNN that there could be zero economic growth if the shutdown continues through March, but business leaders remained bullish on the US economy. If the US consumer strong, air employed, inter making more money US economy has a pretty good position. And so we see a slowdown less growth rate. But we don't see what other people are saying. Now, we'll see what happens as you go. So that was Brian Moynihan CEO of Bank of America, speaking, their on the fallout of the US shutdown and for more on that story. I'm joined by Bloomberg's senior international editor Jodi Schneider. Jody great to have you on. So I bring us up to date where things stand. With the state of the union address and the government shutdown. The President Trump is now saying he'll give state of the union address after the government shutdown ends. It's that partial government shutdown this entering its thirty four th day Nancy Pelosi, the house speaker had said, she won't let President Trump give us address in the house chamber, which she controls us speaker unless government agencies have been reopened. She said in a letter to the president that when she invited him initially to give the join address to congress in the house chamber as his customary. She didn't think the government would still be shutdown. President Trump for his part said he was initially had said he would do something in the alternative with state of the union. But then said he would look at that. He would do it after the shutdown ends, basically because there's no venue that could compete with the history and tradition of the house chamber. So right now, no state of the union, but the shutdown continues to go on yet seems like a literal Mexican stand-off essentially between Nancy Pelosi and the. The US president. Does there appear to be any poff opening to end this shutdown? We're going to see two different votes. I believe right in the US Senate a little bit later. That's right. President Trump and congressional Democrats remain far apart. There's not an immediate path to ending the shutdown. The Senate is going to vote on these two plans. One would want us. The president's proposal to fund the wall for five point seven billion dollars and also to give a limited reprieve to so-called dreamers. These are young people brought to the US illegally as children a three year reprieve the Senate in the other proposed on the Senate the democratic proposal would just be to fund government agencies temporarily till February eighth to give some time to negotiate. It does not contain wall money. Both of those proposals are need sixty votes in the Senate, and neither appears to have that. So the only hope at this point is that once these words are passed, and they're kind. Cleared and it's clear that neither can get. You know, what it needs to pass that they can then start negotiating some solution. And while the polls are showing President Trump is taking most of the blame. Congress is getting some of the blame for the shutdown as well. All right. Jodi schneider. Thanks so much for bringing us up to date regarding the shutdown. Bloomberg's senior international editor Jodi Schneider. Let's get some more international headlines. Here is Leon GARRETT'S. Good morning, Markus. The US, Brazil and international allies are recognizing Venezuela's opposition leader one. Why do as the country's interim president after he swore himself in this after President Trump? Denounced President Nicolas Maduro has a dictator Patricia liar has more thousands of renaissance took to the streets on Wednesday to rally behind opposition leader one way, though, as he formerly declared himself, the leader to further pressure, the autocrat government of President Nicolas Melva, the citizens of Venezuela have suffered for too long. And got our gas. This is Patricia for Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Germany's defense minister has accused Italy on sabotaging emission in the Mediterranean. Escalating a dispute between Berlin and Rome's populous government. Bloomberg's Patrick Donahue reports or a funder lines. So the Italian mission command for the EU sea rescue operation had been sending German naval vessels out of reach of refugees spectacle of a maritime dispute between the two major EU Member States put on display further tensions as Italy's right-wing deputy premier Matteo Salvini picks fights with erstwhile allies in Berlin, Patrick, Donahue. Bloomberg daybreak Europe, Kim Jong UN has expressed great satisfaction with a personal letter. He received from President Trump. According to North Korean state media. Bloomberg's Peter pay has the latest Kim Jong express great satisfaction with a personal letter received from President Donald Trump North Korea's state media reported today, Kim, also reportedly said he expects nuclear negotiations to advance step-by-step suggesting there. Kim's regime dissipate sanctions relief in return for North Korea trying down its nuclear weapons program. His remarks were made during a meeting with North Korean on voice who visited the White House last week in so Peter payback daybreak Europe and a Chinese Australian writer, he went missing house being detained by the Chinese government. According to Australian authorities the Fulmer Chinese diplomat's has not been seen since flying from New York to China on Saturday. Australian diplomats in Beijing will meet with Chinese authorities today to seek a further details on his detention global news twenty four hours a day on air and it took on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts symbol the one hundred twenty countries. I'm Leon guarantee this is playing back, Markus. Thanks very much surely are now with the morning sport is William as LA Mancha city are through to the League Cup. Final after beating and ten nila aggregate. Thirty signed for one nil winners last night. I've in won the first leg nine nil tonight. Chelsea hope taught one in the second semifinal come up the second in the Scottish premiership after beating.

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"michel bon" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"michel bon" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"It's now called their talk speaker, say off to me, that's another Bill in pay, but their targets speaker. Yeah, that's even more to, let's. Because she you've, you've been off, you're one of the few journalists. It would seem to have a look at the Buddha, no. I mean, they they are overwhelmed with visit state. They say, we have been, it's gratifying for us in all the Nyland. That's so many European journalists have come over and had a look. Also, of course that Michel Bon yeah, the EU chief negotiator and members of the European parliament and everybody else has come Whoo-hoo. We haven't seen very many British government politicians. It's it on ously. It seems to me have having reported on this now for for well ever since June two thousand sixteen the ignorance of leading personnel here in Britain. Here here in London here in London I should say is, is staggering. I mean, there are there are serious people comparing northern island to Hampshire or saying accusatory to fringe colleague of mine. Well, Paris. Wouldn't give up Marseille. Would it when when actually, I mean the fact first of all is nobody's giving talking about giving anything up. Secondly, last time I looked, we didn't have a bloody civil war and hump show with three and a half thousand people killed and forty, seven thousand people injured and hundreds of thousand clearly still traumatised you go that and everybody says, well, of course we want the peace process to work and then three after three or four sentences, they come up with their own personal story where the father was killed over the brother was killed. Whether mother was whatever is. So you know, m I, it's, it's, it's very depressing to to to to go there. The the solution to me seems obvious, basically for Britain to to for for soft Brexit Britain, to stay in the. Single market and and customs union, and that is apparently what Brussels according to Fung argument site is offering now, at least a longer transition period as as you know, it's it's, it wasn't a agreement in December that Britain should stay in basically be a member of the European Union without any voting rights until the end of twenty twenty. And apparently now Brussels is saying, well, why don't you stay a little longer and and and we can sort out island, although I still can't quite see how island is being sorted out if Britain in if to resume, the prime minister insists on 'em leaving the single market and the customs union. I mean, she talks about being looked into customer Eunice, if anybody would look anyone up that the language is is very unhelpful. Let's move onto the telegraph with the finance Minister. Philip hummed is talking about a chaotic, no deal breaks. Swit- still leave the country with huge payments. Fascinating because of course that that's always been the argument of the euro folks in inside and outside the conservative governing conservative party. He entered, they say, well, we just walk away and don't pay them anything. Well. Actually anyone who's ever looked at the legal situation will as Philip Hammond points out, realized that there are international obligations regardless of whether you are member of the and and there is a figure. I mean, apparently it's, it's it's different figures between thirty billion up to thirty nine billion pounds, which translates into forty two billion euros m m and and you know, he quite rightly I think says, if we took this to to international arbitration, we'd lose and you don't expect a serious country as the UK still is to to to simply walk away from his obligations. Let's go onto the f. Tino and the the awful story of Jamal Khashoggi. Yes, I thought it was a striking image on the front page of the f. t. Mike Pompeo the US. -tary of state is in apparently very amicable conversation with the Saudi Crown crown prince Mohammad bin Salman well. You know the message basically is, and we hear that from the White House itself as well..

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"michel bon" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"michel bon" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"And you you they the people need it okay well of a representative of what i am representative of look at needed in sports me that all story right okay okay now i speak on behalf of the fans man i speak on behalf of people who are armed with no fax who just let it fly that's true that's what we do i know but that's what sports heads michel bon that's what we do we can't all go to the games lari well you scalp your tickets you could games but you just scuppered tickets for profit us uh but there to me there is a funny disconnect between you and him on that because that i don't think there's anyone listening to that who isn't discerning about yeah maybe you can disagree with the question but the way that will bond this agreed with the question put to god's at the children's stable and if you have an objection to me not protecting him i didn't think he needed protection i thought it was good radio um what you can make your own assessments of what you think of wool bond for treating stu gods that way and you can make your own assessments about still got i'm sure you're going to side with which to that but that show those two guys have gotten older yes they have older sensibilities they were the pioneers on this front i remember specifically when pti was created the way the people would say that can't work that was the upclose spot that's where roy firestone did the interviews to sports writers on television arguing what the hell is that that's going to last six months even kornheiser thought it'd be off the air fast and look at what it became sure and the eagle in successive that will make you feel like your opinions matter because you're the one giving them on television who either million people a day are watching and so i understand how you come upon in older age being dismissive of the guy like you who appears and is gonna tell him the journalist as a fan the right way for steve current coaches team when you are armed with no fat but he watched the game in front of his tv i mean he wasn't like he was there.

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"michel bon" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"michel bon" Discussed on Here & Now

"In canada um by those who don't see it now they're star is rising even higher the hbo documentary may at last a portrait of either brothers by a judge epa talent michel bon fig leo airs on hbo signature tomorrow the movie follows scott in seth even as they record their grammynominated 2016 album true sadness along the way a marriage dissolves a child has fallen ill last september i met up with seth and scott before a show to talk about the film their relationship and the emotional energy it took to create the it's about three hours to showtime at tangle would in western massachusetts and the aided brothers are feeling relaxed mostly i get a little nervous but more from a physical health than 10 light making are hitting their homecourt or something uh i'm always afraid that i'm going to get way way into it like i do most nights and that sometimes can hear something pop and the she's going to be it it can be hard to tell the brothers speaking voices apart but this is seth he's the one with hair past his shoulders and creaky knees that doctors blame on years of stumping around on stage an award is getting old peter and we're getting old how old are you like thirty five am i am seventy years as a good luck to them that is actually 37 what are these four years younger than scott scott plays the banjo in sings scott is described as the outgoing brother the one who is always on and right there you could sort of here the camaraderie between them the evite screw up on a small farm in north carolina their grandfather was a pastor he died many years ago but seth says his sermons still inspired the themes of familial love that are common in their music he seemed to have a a pretty good hold on on love of humanity and on the complications of having alive and the blessings in the demons uh the come along with with the the human condition that's your touching on the the nucleus of the entire thing it seems like you know for the for the film and for for the banned is that we have this very fortunate dynamic of having scott nye and our brotherhood as the nucleus of the of the project the legendary producer rick rubin says that relationship is unique and music.

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"michel bon" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"michel bon" Discussed on Here & Now

"In canada um by those who don't see it now they're star is rising even higher the hbo documentary may at last a portrait of either brothers by a judge epa talent michel bon fig leo airs on hbo signature tomorrow the movie follows scott in seth even as they record their grammynominated 2016 album true sadness along the way a marriage dissolves a child has fallen ill last september i met up with seth and scott before a show to talk about the film their relationship and the emotional energy it took to create the it's about three hours to showtime at tangle would in western massachusetts and the aided brothers are feeling relaxed mostly i get a little nervous but more from a physical health than 10 light making are hitting their homecourt or something uh i'm always afraid that i'm going to get way way into it like i do most nights and that sometimes can hear something pop and the she's going to be it it can be hard to tell the brothers speaking voices apart but this is seth he's the one with hair past his shoulders and creaky knees that doctors blame on years of stumping around on stage an award is getting old peter and we're getting old how old are you like thirty five am i am seventy years as a good luck to them that is actually 37 what are these four years younger than scott scott plays the banjo in sings scott is described as the outgoing brother the one who is always on and right there you could sort of here the camaraderie between them the evite screw up on a small farm in north carolina their grandfather was a pastor he died many years ago but seth says his sermons still inspired the themes of familial love that are common in their music he seemed to have a a pretty good hold on on love of humanity and on the complications of having alive and the blessings in the demons uh the come along with with the the human condition that's your touching on the the nucleus of the entire thing it seems like you know for the for the film and for for the banned is that we have this very fortunate dynamic of having scott nye and our brotherhood as the nucleus of the of the project the legendary producer rick rubin says that relationship is unique and music.

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"michel bon" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"michel bon" Discussed on Here & Now

"In canada um by those who don't see it now they're star is rising even higher the hbo documentary may at last a portrait of either brothers by a judge epa talent michel bon fig leo airs on hbo signature tomorrow the movie follows scott in seth even as they record their grammynominated 2016 album true sadness along the way a marriage dissolves a child has fallen ill last september i met up with seth and scott before a show to talk about the film their relationship and the emotional energy it took to create the it's about three hours to showtime at tangle would in western massachusetts and the aided brothers are feeling relaxed mostly i get a little nervous but more from a physical health than 10 light making are hitting their homecourt or something uh i'm always afraid that i'm going to get way way into it like i do most nights and that sometimes can hear something pop and the she's going to be it it can be hard to tell the brothers speaking voices apart but this is seth he's the one with hair past his shoulders and creaky knees that doctors blame on years of stumping around on stage an award is getting old peter and we're getting old how old are you like thirty five am i am seventy years as a good luck to them that is actually 37 what are these four years younger than scott scott plays the banjo in sings scott is described as the outgoing brother the one who is always on and right there you could sort of here the camaraderie between them the evite screw up on a small farm in north carolina their grandfather was a pastor he died many years ago but seth says his sermons still inspired the themes of familial love that are common in their music he seemed to have a a pretty good hold on on love of humanity and on the complications of having alive and the blessings in the demons uh the come along with with the the human condition that's your touching on the the nucleus of the entire thing it seems like you know for the for the film and for for the banned is that we have this very fortunate dynamic of having scott nye and our brotherhood as the nucleus of the of the project the legendary producer rick rubin says that relationship is unique and music.

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"michel bon" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"michel bon" Discussed on Here & Now

"Me was wrong in watts rhyme nick in canada um by those who don't see it now they're star is rising even higher the hbo documentary may at last a portrait of either brothers by a judge epa talent michel bon fig leo airs on hbo signature tomorrow the movie follows scott in seth even as they record their grammynominated 2016 album true sadness along the way a marriage dissolves a child has fallen ill last september i met up with seth and scott before a show to talk about the film their relationship and the emotional energy it took to create the it's about three hours to showtime at tangle would in western massachusetts and the aided brothers are feeling relaxed mostly i get a little nervous but more from a physical health than 10 light making are hitting their homecourt or something uh i'm always afraid that i'm going to get way way into it like i do most nights and that sometimes can hear something pop and the she's going to be it it can be hard to tell the brothers speaking voices apart but this is seth he's the one with hair past his shoulders and creaky knees that doctors blame on years of stumping around on stage an award is getting old peter and we're getting old how old are you like thirty five am i am seventy years as a good luck to them that is actually 37 what are these four years younger than scott scott plays the banjo in sings scott is described as the outgoing brother the one who is always on and right there you could sort of here the camaraderie between them the evite screw up on a small farm in north carolina their grandfather was a pastor he died many years ago but seth says his sermons still inspired the themes of familial love that are common in their music he seemed to have a a pretty good hold on on love of humanity and on the complications of having alive and the blessings in the demons uh the come along with with.

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"michel bon" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"michel bon" Discussed on Here & Now

"Me was wrong in watts rhyme nick in canada um by those who don't see it now they're star is rising even higher the hbo documentary may at last a portrait of either brothers by a judge epa talent michel bon fig leo airs on hbo signature tomorrow the movie follows scott in seth even as they record their grammynominated 2016 album true sadness along the way a marriage dissolves a child has fallen ill last september i met up with seth and scott before a show to talk about the film their relationship and the emotional energy it took to create the it's about three hours to showtime at tangle would in western massachusetts and the aided brothers are feeling relaxed mostly i get a little nervous but more from a physical health than 10 light making are hitting their homecourt or something uh i'm always afraid that i'm going to get way way into it like i do most nights and that sometimes can hear something pop and the she's going to be it it can be hard to tell the brothers speaking voices apart but this is seth he's the one with hair past his shoulders and creaky knees that doctors blame on years of stumping around on stage an award is getting old peter and we're getting old how old are you like thirty five am i am seventy years as a good luck to them that is actually 37 what are these four years younger than scott scott plays the banjo in sings scott is described as the outgoing brother the one who is always on and right there you could sort of here the camaraderie between them the evite screw up on a small farm in north carolina their grandfather was a pastor he died many years ago but seth says his sermons still inspired the themes of familial love that are common in their music he seemed to have a a pretty good hold on on love of humanity and on the complications of having alive and.

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"michel bon" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"michel bon" Discussed on Here & Now

"Me was wrong in watts rhyme nick in canada um by those who don't see it now they're star is rising even higher the hbo documentary may at last a portrait of either brothers by a judge epa talent michel bon fig leo airs on hbo signature tomorrow the movie follows scott in seth even as they record their grammynominated 2016 album true sadness along the way a marriage dissolves a child has fallen ill last september i met up with seth and scott before a show to talk about the film their relationship and the emotional energy it took to create the it's about three hours to showtime at tangle would in western massachusetts and the aided brothers are feeling relaxed mostly i get a little nervous but more from a physical health than 10 light making are hitting their homecourt or something uh i'm always afraid that i'm going to get way way into it like i do most nights and that sometimes can hear something pop and the she's going to be it it can be hard to tell the brothers speaking voices apart but this is seth he's the one with hair past his shoulders and creaky knees that doctors blame on years of stumping around on stage an award is getting old peter and we're getting old how old are you like thirty five am i am seventy years as a good luck to them that is actually 37 what are these four years younger than scott scott plays the banjo in sings scott is described as the outgoing brother the one who is always on and right there you could sort of here the camaraderie between them the evite screw up on a small farm in north carolina their grandfather was a pastor he died many years ago but seth says his sermons still inspired the themes of familial love that are common in their music he seemed to have a a pretty good hold on on love of humanity and on the complications of having alive and.

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"michel bon" Discussed on PTI

PTI

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"michel bon" Discussed on PTI

"Give pj's formula michel bon told me the world's oldest man is going to celebrate his one hundred thirteen th birthday was plunged cake and feel how would you celebrate zapped tony kornheiser one thirteen fall all want is a strong pulse senate clean dive oh we world you had the wandering towards your bathroom you'll mark at one thirteen you you don't say say cake a sponge grab theft lab thought and milk sports bad one third z and according guy killing one 130 was bad yeah well to go one more day pti boys and girls we can find out in ten years in today's episode rockets role with ron faces the lakers and tony dungy joins us from we begin today with the details of rajic bills contract extension as reported by yahoo cadel's new deal it's only 10 percent guaranteed money ninety percent is tied to the health and performance of the nfl subject to annual review apparently the new deal precludes cadel from handpicking the chairman of the compensation committee as he had been doing so now really seems like a dell is working for the owners want to you barring the cherry jones won the battle not at all church around theo see whatever he wants to save roger goodell what he's gonna the nfl which is confronting a troubled season while still getting about thirty million eyeballs it at one o'clock per game yeah what they're gonna they're gonna have any health them performance over the next five years while rajic adults commissioner no jerry got one thing he might have one in some other owners wanted it.

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"michel bon" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast

The WIRED Podcast

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"michel bon" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast

"Fair enough there are people in sorting sochaux who oddest you're not there we're in of see where we have uk i'm i know you are really shocked about brexit how you doing by now well when it happened it was kind of a british joan situation well you know in your bad eating ice cream out of the box okay i was i was wondering which aspect of british joyce i i'm with you but then you know saddam literally having slept on it everything looks different the next morning and now you know we have prepared for the negotiation we have a very very skilled competence negotiator michel bon yet it seems as everything he has done in his life has just let's to this point where he's the chief brexit negotiator renowned side so so you know things this as come down and it's much more sort of pragmatic this is something that we have to solve i wanted did you see the the oba decision in in london no i don't think that uh there was a there was a case of uber being tonight being denied its licence with really because of allegations that it was an uncertain proper company i guess the big question and this must have cost your mind given everything that swells around silicon valley firms do you think that they have an ethics problem but i don't think that you can say that in general because again the potential of having a much better use of resources of having a true sharing economy where you contribute also into this economy with paying taxes insuring your customers uh enabling workers employees to have decent working conditions what is a great opportunity uh i think on average a car is is in use like five percent of of its life.

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"michel bon" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"michel bon" Discussed on NPR News Now

"This is npr police in london have increased the death toll from the massive apartment fire this month to eighty people but authorities warn it will be months before the complete death toll is known uk prime minister theresa may also told lawmakers today officials have tested the sighting of one hundred twenty high rise buildings in other parts of the uk she says all of them failed fire safety testing officials suspect flammable citing played a large role in the deadly london high rise fire the author of the popular british children's book series paddington bear has died michael bond was ninety one in died after a short illness according to his publisher anne pierce andrew limbong has more on christmas eve in nineteen 56 michel bond was out shopping the sources or rented disservices route he told the british entertainment history project that he went into the toy section in feira courses were behr says they're on the show bruce or rousseau and that's how panicked in bear known for his warned hat and love of marmalade sandwiches was born michel bon was originally a cameraman for the bbc writing in his spare time the books bond tv shows toys and a 2014 movie taught to see whether a bear could ever belong in such a strange code city where paddington eventually finds a home for himself in london inge limbong npr news the global computer virus attack continues with private companies reporting their data is being locked up all a ransom is demanded officials believe the computer mouse wear got started in ukraine yesterday.

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"michel bon" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"michel bon" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

"And i i love what i do and i just i just want to help people while you're amazing at it you guys follow her at holistic chef nikki on instagram one k and we will have you on the blog thank you so much for being on with us thank you for having me i love you guys of a new life for put the markka in that t t if you guys want more health related podcasts episodes make sure your joined in the secret facebook group you can tell us everything you want what you like what you don't like let us know also make sure you guys are subscribed any rated and reviewed our podcast be can find me on snapchat outlawing everett's and michael at michel bon stick we will see next week thank you for all the support as always thanks for listening to the skinny confidential hamon lord efforts michael boston so it's tuesday fogcast dot com or subscribed now applaud guest hey as john horne here on the host of the new podcast that you need to subscribe to right now it's called geffen playhouse unscripted and every week chat about the creative process was stars who have roots and ties to theater who so far would you as well let me tell you we have rain wilson neil patrick terrorists josh gad dana delaney brian cranston david copperfield matt walls and so many more yet to come it's called geffen playhouse unscripted with each on foreign you could download it on the podcast one app or you can subscribe now on i tunes or podcast one dot com.

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