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"milton keynes" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

07:13 min | Last month

"milton keynes" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"Ones I think is more difficult for drivers to judges the final corner, the white lines defined as the edge of the track and it's a place you carry a lot of momentum. You've done your lap. You need to nail it and you're pushing wide and I think we saw quite a lot on the exit of turn 16 today as people just carry too much speed in and run wide. But I think that will be the critical and qualifying tomorrow just to see if drivers are willing to push it to take it to the max to push that push that limit there without going too far and losing the lap time at all. Thank you for that clarification drawn. Now, as I mentioned at the start of the podcast, we come into the weekend without title rivals on equal points first time in 47 years that we've had this situation. Do you think that the new style track particularly suits Mercedes or Red Bull better? It's actually hard to judge who it seems better really. I saw heard Christian Horner was speaking on sky today to Korean chandok who was involved in the track changes a little bit and joking that you took out all the corners, Mercedes doesn't like obviously the Red Bull is quite good on the slow speed, stuff the agility. Traction. So the old configuration may well have seated Red Bull better. We saw last year, Red Bull, one or other factors at play. Lewis come back from having COVID. The team has spent a lot of practice working on development tires rather than set up for the race. So different things at place. It was kind of an unreal picture last year of form. It was clear the Red Bull was competitive there, but now I think it's much more much more equal the straits obviously favor Mercedes higher speed corners, favor Mercedes, but it doesn't seem to be much much in it today. I think it could come down to setup and tire temperatures. I think in the warmer temperature of the day, the rebels seemed quicker more on it. And the Mercedes didn't seem as comfortable, but as the temperature dropped away, which normally shifts the car balance, you need to get the kind of better gripping and up to temperature better. I think then the Mercedes excelled a little bit and the Red Bull fell away, especially on single lap pace. So I think that's the only difference we've seen. Today, and I still think it's too close to call. I still think we don't know. I think we've seen we see more potential of themselves on a single lap. And potentially more potential from the Red Bull over long distances, but again it's Friday night. The simulator boys will be working flat out tonight in broccoli and Milton Keynes working through the processes and data and setups and I think we'll know a lot more maybe even not the end of P three because it takes place in the wrong conditions. But the temperatures drop in into qualifying, I think then you'll definitely get the clear indication of where things are at. That is the storyline of this season to close to call. I've spoken to so many different people in the paddock so far this weekend and everyone has said, you know, they're just completely told on how this weekend and will play out. And that is what makes it so so exciting. But there has been so much talk coming into this weekend about what to expect from the title rivals how things might unfold. Of course, we're not going to actually speak to you again on the pod ahead of race day. Do you think that this track will set us up for an exciting finale between the two teams though? Yeah, I know in the past, I would have been criticized for having delivering quite boring races, but I think that the track changes allied to the fact that it's a world championship decider whichever driver and the point situation is fantastic because neither of them can afford to finish second or behind the rival. It's not as if max can safely finish second or Lewis can safely finish second or just shadow him home. Just kind of set up one of those finales. It doesn't quite come alive. This is winner takes all absolutely finely poised. Lewis needs to finish ahead of max. If he doesn't finish, or finishes behind max, it's over. And max can't afford for Lu to finish head, then he's off the championship. So I think there's a lot of play a lot of tension. It's going to come down to the performance of over the long run. It can come down to strategy. You can come down to the rolls of the teammates in disrupting the battle head, but I think all the ingredients are there. Neither car seems to have had particularly stretched its legs. So far to leave you thinking, yep, this team's got it nailed that car looks better. It's still completely open. And I think that's exactly what we wanted, really. Yeah, that is exactly what we want as fans. Now looking further down the pack third in the constructors is very almost secured with Ferrari 38.5 points ahead of McLaren, but which team do you reckon we'll fare better this weekend? Because things are still really tight between Charles Lando and Carlos with 8.5 points covering the three of them. I think in terms of the constructors championship in that fight for third place, I think very slim possibility of McLaren overhauling it would take a phenomenal spectacular race of the Mercedes and Red Bulls all retiring to open a scenario where Ferrari or McLaren can come out there. I think that run of triple header results for McLaren where they scored four points in three races. Obviously they had Daniel's problem in Mexico. Disappointed in Brazil and then the Qatar tire failure for Lando cost the massively Ferrari stretched its legs and built that gap up. And I think on the grander scheme of things, McLaren accept that they probably had probably fourth place is what they deserve this season that Ferrari has probably had a pretty quick car from the off didn't capitalize early on when McLaren did and was bringing in all those results. So I think slight disappointment they didn't take third, but I think fourth place is still very good. They've built potential built some momentum. And I think it does set up a fascinating seeing if Ferrari can kind of build on what it's seen this year and step up and be battling Mercedes and Red Bull equally from the start of 2022. Another big storyline that we have this weekend is that it is Kimmy's last race weekend in a Formula One. Big loss to the sport and unfortunately today he ended up in the barriers after a fairly heavy shun at the end of FP two. Have you heard anything more from him or the team about that incident? Not heard very much. I think all Kimi said after they were trying some things on the car, sounds like setups. Ahead of the weekend, obviously looking let's save the session. You'll normally do long runs trying to analyze how things are mapping out for the sundown. It's quite I think it's just a perhaps a consequence of the changes of that final hotel sequence at the corners of an open up a bit. So whereas before they were quite low speed, coming out of there wasn't too much on the edge. I think that's cool is now just a bit quicker. You just need to push that little bit harder. And they've remained off camber. So mistakes are punished. And we saw Valtteri Bottas brush the barriers there in FB two quite early on. I think the same thing with Kimi, you accelerate..

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"milton keynes" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

03:24 min | 3 months ago

"milton keynes" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"It paid off first a chasse of light from a wepa cross shot across as it's known in most elite Zambian circles, the left Alison flailing to paraphrase Michael Scott quoting himself, quoting Wayne Gretzky. If you don't cross, you don't score. That's football. And by the way, Zambia, the copper bullets, the new trend. Like pats and daca became a first time Zambian goal scorer. Can you imagine if Zambia's best athletes play football David? Yeah, it's amazing. You know, my dad May he rest in peace. We used to joke on the pod that he had he revealed to us once that he had a townhouse in Milton Keynes that we'd never known about and we imagine that there was another family in Milton Keynes. My dad also spent a lot of time in Lusaka, Zambia. There are some skyscrapers and civic buildings in Lusaka that my father designed and built and I may well have another family in Lusaka Zambia. So I'm always very fond of Zambia. Oh, I love that Zambia your Crystal Palace into my side side check. Check on your chopper. My international side chip. By the way, copper bullets proper footballing, Brighton, contented to pull forward, leaving themselves exposed, but what choice did they have? Their only way forward was just to go for it and it's great life advice. Just be yourself and it paid off a team goal that was honestly Liverpool esque in the execution turning defense into attack. Lalala, the brains between the lines flowing play slippy in tos that love watching chassis all this tiny little dancer feet and suddenly lethal finish that brightener cried out for as a stunt and feel empty now. Is this the emirate? Sang the delirious Brighton fans. And my lord David, Graham Potter, you know, instead Manchester City in the eye and played defiantly even in defeat. Tribute to his tactics. He was asked what he did this week facing honestly, the best team in the world in he said for a second time in a week. And he described his team's performance with one word to me the correct one. He shared his team had, quote, courage. That's the perfect word in men in blazers speak absolutely they had courage. But what do you think for Liverpool? They dent in the title surge. You know, clop said people don't respect Brighton. They might not win 35 games this season, but 38 times a season they will give someone a proper game. Yeah, I think this is, you know, I think we fall out under man cities, you know, lost to palace above. This is just a blip, because it doesn't take the underlying quality or direction away from Liverpool, you know, if you check the odds on your DraftKings app roger, it is still Liverpool and city looking, you know, very, very short odds to do. To be there or thereabouts at the end of the Premier League season, I'm not too concerned about it. This is a draw that folic a loss for Liverpool and to me it should ultimately be notched off to just how good protein and how well biennial right now rather than trigger any kind of existential crisis, Liverpool, face West Ham next weekend, and we will see if that is right. Okay, we're going to be back to talk the rest of this weekend's Premier League action, including Everton, roger, after a few words from the GFL ps at better help..

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"milton keynes" Discussed on CATtales

CATtales

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"milton keynes" Discussed on CATtales

"That's in your pockets is called and I don't know where it came from and it was about half-past 10:20 to 11 at night and all of a sudden it just came from absolutely nowhere with the guitar up and I started playing it and I realized I had the words as well don't know where they come from. I spend being from another planet or something, but I'm not exaggerating the words just came out wow wage and it took I mean wasn't the computer it took me as long to write it with my pen and paper as it did they were coming out and and it was done back in about 20 minutes and I couldn't I couldn't wait to play it to the ledge and then I didn't win The Cold Light of Day next hour for myself. I hope it's not rubbish. Yeah wage they and they came back said to me that song is fantastic from the best you've ever written but it's it's those things that happen. I think but, you know, just generally speaking with the other dog. That's one song this that five five others that we've I've written that we've been recording. It's different in two ways. And it kind of it goes kind of like hand in glove really wage is just not only with Simon new to the the band that we had. We got a new bass player in another local Milton Keynes vehicle calling hamster and his name is something different. Yes. So I've also drafted in a plane. I think it's our and second vocal and he was in the band in the late seventies off. So he's come back in. So we've got a tattoo the if you like originality their car rounded he's been playing drums on me. Now for must be about nearly fifteen years with all all the various sort of baggage. I've been involved with but so we've got Simon bringing something in with him. Yes, you know, maybe it'll be a pearl and revolver and also playing some of that stuff funnily enough. He does suck. Play Within if you like the confines of Pearl and revolver, you can stretch out a little bit more because you know, he's kind of like the main instrument with him. Yeah, he's also, you know, we call in his wage we go over everyone's vote something to the table. Yeah, not that they've actually written anything. So what it's done for me is is the writer thing that oh, hang on we can do that. Yeah, hang on I can do that. I can I can get that code out of the Wardrobe. I can put that one on so we started recording things and it's a much I think a much heavier rockier sound wage, but it doesn't but I mean this sounds a bit complicated bit calculate as well. But I also wanted to make make the songs catching. I think most of my songs and the Strays songs off. I'll catch you you can only pick up on them fairly quickly and jokingly. I was saying I think I'd like to I'm calling it The Glass though album song About glasses of sad because funnily enough if you saw I think my story about six seven weeks ago because there wasn't a Glastonbury they put highlights of trouble for Glastonbury. Yeah. Well, I noticed that every band was successful on their even the unknown ones they get they got the big crowd with them because they were presenting a song that you could actually grab. Yes, you know, if you can grab hook grab the chorus and you're in straight away exactly and that's kind of I think in my subconscious I was thinking I'm going to try and write songs that forgive me for saying so that she could be Anselm's so hopefully it's an album of hopefully an album of of singles which and bearing in mind, you know, a gentleman my age. I was bought our van on both the Beatles who always wrote wrote a single always broke. I didn't write some bad songs after all really when you all said and done everything and Motown Motown I was dead. Motown and it was all all about the songs. Yeah, and now we can go back full circle to doing the acoustic thing that I've been doing. It's all about the songs because I believe if you can play the song as it was written just on the acoustic guitar or piano you can play in anyway. Yeah, you know and that's why I think some some bands can't always necessarily do their their songs live off it down because you know, some of them are calculated, you know, written around a risk or something, you know, so hasn't it's like the richest person the songs last in with me. It's always a son has to come first. Otherwise, we're not going anywhere, you know, what else at the end of the day that's your product isn't it? And that's a bit that is the heart of the heart of everything that you're doing. So and and hopefully it's identifiable. Yeah. This is the other thing when when you've recorded So Many and you and you you just when you think all that that's the one then somebody else comes to a gig and say, oh, that's my favorite song. Yeah, that was what was in it. So the at once again because there's so many of them and and as you say the longevity of you'll it goes in different stages. I've got kind of a personal little stray favorite I guess which was on the very first first album we were called and I think it was the first song that you recorded for the album, which is a long time machine. I listen to it back. I mean different people said to me over the over the years as some other acts have done all you should re-record that one and I listened to it. I think well, why would I want to re-record it? Because sometimes you recall something and Magic happens, it's like you recall that mess fear. I don't know how it's done, you know, someone sprinkles a little bit Magic Bus and I wouldn't I wouldn't touch it again cuz it sounds special..

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"milton keynes" Discussed on Drum History

Drum History

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"milton keynes" Discussed on Drum History

"When he started his career, a lot of the Tom you herb were Pearl, people like those fiber single headed fiberglass tops. That's funny. Kind of a style. Especially, the single headed stuff. That's. Those are coming back though you see a Lotta, the concert toms now with people making a resurgence but All right. So back into the history here, I think we were in the seventies. Any other things? Of note there before we hop into the eighties which I'm assuming I, kind of think of Pearl as just. Something must switched in the eighties where I guess kiss had a lot to do with it but. It just there's a lot of you know heavy metal drummer who played Pearl. Yes I mean we basically in in nineteen, seventy nine. We separated. From New, Orleans and Gibson. And at the time a suicide decided that it's it's time we control our destiny so. He said, he bought property here in Nashville. And we also had different distribution centers. We have one in Texas one in California one in new. York we were kind of spread out with smaller. All. Owned by Pearl Japan wholly-owned our across united. States. And then eventually, we consolidated all of those into the Nashville office hero metroplex drive. and. In the early eighties around, I think around nineteen eighty, three he opened up another Pearl Japan owned distribution center in Milton Keynes in the UK. You know and and you got to remember to even during that time we had about seventy. Different distributors all over the world. So in the eighties, what Pearl look like man, you had pro Japan, you have pro-taiwan you eat a small factory and China. You had Pearl you know Europe come into play in the two thousands. Just a good breach all over the world. So to get back to your question yet, the eighties things really started to take off.

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"milton keynes" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"milton keynes" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"An exponential increase in the final days in the final week of the program I can reassure him that we are working with a range of commercial policy to boost the testing to get about a hundred thousand test today two of all super labs in Milton Keynes and all the park and now fully functional and Gloucester will be open later this week thank you very much for a second thank you is kind comments I didn't correct because I gave the thank you for the test of time the first secretary says that this capacity for forty thousand tested I think it's really important that we fully understand what with us actually just set because that means that the day before yesterday forty thousand tests have been carried out but only eighty thousand tests were actually carried out not weak I've heard from the front line from ten workers who are frankly desperate protests for the residents I'm for themselves they would expect every test we use every day for those that need them so this could be a problem why isn't the government using full tests available every day sector three minutes important to pay tribute because there are two elements of this getting the capacity office part of it I'm really making good progress tonight and I hope that he has conceded that point the issue of increasing the Dimond is something that we've got control over of course we are making sure that the eligibility is broadened our focus is like I think you would agree should be on frontline NHS all ruled out to K. work is another key key workers and then down in a in in a way which the system can.

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"milton keynes" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"milton keynes" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Thousand testified the right gentleman congratulate him on his success the leader of the Labour Party I was certainly possible in his best wishes the finest I know he would want to be here in person I'm can I join him in paying tribute to all of our NHS another frontline workers he rightly raises the crucial issue of testing which is going to be incredibly important point parts well strategy from trump for transitioning from the current social distancing measures you have to just correct in all capacities protests is now forty thousand a day so I think that is incredibly important Mostar and of course he's right to say that in the final week that will require a big increase but of course with the culture like this it does require an exponential increase in the final days in the final week of the program I can reassure him that we are working with a range of commercial policy to boost the testing to get about a hundred thousand test today two of all super lapse in Milton Keynes and all the park now fully functional and Gloucester will be open later this week British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab thank you very much for the sector thanks rich kind comments I didn't correct him because like I think I think the for the test of time the first sorry says this capacity for forty thousand tested I think it's really important that we fully understand what the fuss actually just set because not me the day before yesterday forty thousand tests could have been carried out but only eighty thousand tests were actually carried out not only from the front line from characters who are frankly desperate the task for the residents I'm for themselves they would expect every test we use every day for those that need them so there's clearly a problem why is the government using all the tests available every.

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"milton keynes" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

11:51 min | 2 years ago

"milton keynes" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Being to Milton Keynes university hospital in England to save us yes put through its paces as we move down into the pelvis section of our is is like trying to beat up an ana this within a toilet roll consultant Colo rectal surgeon Keillor performs laparoscopic surgery in an operating theatre Milton Keynes hospital it's a very tight confined space only it's not Barry chela wielding the knife instead he sitting at a computer console at the back of the room rations being performed by a row boat for CS if you try to imagine doing that it's not something that you'd be doing with a straight instrument that you'll pulling and prodding and leave hearing tissue out the way it much prefer a wristed instrument you compete right down into the pelvis and and be more precise delicate and controlled with your dissection and that's what you get with us it yes the the level of degree of control and clarity of vision of what you're doing means you're a lot more precise and and likely to deliver a high quality cancer operation without collateral injury so that is a console you see the surgeon sits in the seat and he's looking at a television screen unlike the current generation surgical robots which tend to be large complicated and expensive fix systems built into a designated operating theater this is as a lighter modular design and then these are the the arms of the robots this one is carrying the camera synchronized to cooperate each of its arms comes is it discreet fully autonomous robotic unit the combined wheeled in an office position from a fifty to theater from hospital to hospital with the minimum for insurance just kept on okay poor as fairly straight for emphasis according to marks lack the code founder of CMO surgical is as much about flexibility and efficiency is it is about improving surgical outcomes we as she went out to surgeons when we build systems to what he wants and that what they came back to us and said they wanted a small robot they wanted more portable one they want to tricks ability in certain areas and so we've effectively built a robot to two seats community the robot just being the the two time yeah yeah finals it is surprisingly to achieve the first thing you see is if you move your hand to the left engines goes left yeah if you move to the right because I obsession rating training to and now on my prescription surgery is both technically challenging and physically demanding some sitting of what looks like a video games console it free D. going something the pillaging surgical instruments for a repair of pistol grip controllers is well any idiot could muster I can imagine I get quite good at this and it's a minute thirty minutes and you'll be doing a pretty well surgeries a trauma consultant surgeon kilo six you're minimizing that degree of trauma and recovery is improved and aunts people get home quicker they need less pain relief which of us has implications for each individual patient and for an NHS trust as a whole because if length of stay and it's been a tremendous success since the introduction and we've already started to see some benefits for operations terrible by Tom field thanks I I think it's time since bush's Asteras if ice time for some all small news yes awful fans Allen can suture listening at home with the radio turned up you can just tell of moments Alexandra like is that the hero but needed his teammates a poll to bounce back from his goal drought according to audibles Mikhail often tend to look at grabbing the winner in all schools one middle Europa league win a white Olympia because he had gone nine games without to go before scoring against Newcastle on Sunday denticles on Thursday giving Austin the upper hand in the last thirty to tie however the goal scoring performance of the night came from will's DO go jump to scoring a hat trick in a full metal thrashing of Spanish club Espanol and all but confirms that place in the last sixteen with the second like still to come it is wills first European campaign in almost forty years and both Nina was but as I center has no issue with the fans dreaming of the traffic they know me I think and honestly now we just because the boys and we have to recover we have to to rest because we play Sunday then we're gonna think of all these things but Jamie's for free dreaming is for free also for the fans of inter Milan sporting Lisbon and Roma who old one man United held to a one old troll a white club Bruce the big shock coming in Spain where last season's champions league semi finalists Iraq's lost to nail to attack fight elsewhere in football team is here have joined Morocco in submitting a bid to host the African champions league and confederation Cup finals the deadline for submitting up it has now passed South Africa the only other nation to publicly express an interest ahead of one of the biggest boxing matches in a recent history that about a state athletic commission has decided to keep the on say while the and Tyson fury apart at Friday's weigh in the pay was shopping each other during the final press conference has been a lot of build up to this fight around the world and I've been asking the B. B. C.'s addy out of the one who's in Las Vegas full this fight what the thinking behind that is so that about a state athletic commission have decided that they'll be in our face off because of the shenanigans that happens at the press conference edit this week where the two men were involved in pushing each other it did feel like it was slightly orchestrated some of the bands are on the name court it was pantomime but signed some of it went beyond what you would expect to sell a fight I'm even I sense about three rows back from the stage another point that I think don't they while that was gonna punch class of very old the other way around so it felt slightly orchestrated which is why it's a bit of a surprise that the Nevada state athletic commission I have decided to take this decision not to allow them to stand face to face and looking ahead to the fight itself fury during that meeting you and talking about that called it the biggest heavy weight class for fifty years that might be slightly of hyping it but if so by how much it's a very big deal because that verifies that everything yet drama out controversy on and off downsizing fury looks like he was out in the fall from what he got up and ready to at least on the lot of people because it was so dramatic it drew in casual thank you for that on the study followed boxes yes see this fight while the said this week that he doesn't really get the recognition that it is up to the United States because there are so many other sports happening so it's an important fight is not just for the defense of his WBC title but also for his legacy because security is a name here in the United States people are pretty gravitated towards it is a very open about the path was he's had in his private life with issues of mental health of the question are people really warm so that's so here's a spot here so I've while the work to be here it will get his thought through the roof starts an important part their hair not just the defense of his title but also his legacy I think it's been an open question the last couple of years who is the best heavy weight boxer in the world how far will this fight go to finally on soaring that question the general consensus is that younger wallet size if you intensity Josh right the three best everywhere in the world now I've been a judge Royce perhaps the most marketable generates the most money is he the best boxer well we don't want to get into the ring with either while the fury what we would like to see is the winner of this fight dance break in at the juncture out some points because once it's great having three tramp gets what's actual plans you want someone to speak to charge you like you get a layer of Lennox Lewis he found a Harley still we see that one name at the top of the version of the other doing from last Vegas and I can tell you that the bookmakers Kunkel either there is no favorite full face Astros thinking let's get answered on now on Newsday is renowned for its red light district but now the city council is considering moving parts of it indoors to a sex hotel or an erotic sensor in an effort to get rid of nuisance Taurus the plans are available and Saddam's men from Kate has some of the consulting with sex workers tourists and locals let's speak now to city council done why lance welcome to Newsday so talk about sex so total six sensor why is it needed I mean I'm Saddam is renowned for the red light district he's had enough of it and you will get morning thanks for having me on your program I think it's been clear now that for several years the residents of the neighborhood at the red light district where I believe it or not as the four thousand people still live there and they have increasingly been struggling with the influx of tourists that ms be eight that that's a the streets that even gonna calls nuisance to the sex workers so the red light district where was in fact the residential neighborhoods many years I was quiet but that was also inhabited by the sex workers has increasingly become like a tourist theme park and this development has been going on for some years now and it's about time that we do something to really help the residents at in their fight against a taking back there at the neighbor and tools that's the proper tools of the red light district are going to be bound on they from April first is gonna be fine supported on that one so to tell us about this hotel this six hotel red light United they represent the city's prostitutes they're opposed to shutting down the district they say window processes do not want to leave the red light district because they have no problem at all with the tourists who other main customers so what do you say to that well I do but there's been some debate about the question of whether the sex workers actually earn money from the service or if the fact that so many stars up presents actually scare off the regular customers it's not really clear what the one of the science is that which one of the sites is correct but it has been seen office sometime back that the red light district is struggling with all kinds of these issues and several measures have been taken already but one of the latest developments is now to build an erotic center somewhere in the other in in in debt and different pontiff I'm spam which shoots serve as an alternative or a substitute for the red light district and this is really the question that still remains unanswered because in my opinion if you build an erotic center somewhere else in the city I'm Sam but you do not do anything about the press aliens of all the windows and the attractiveness of the windows that are currently present in the red light district most likely nothing nobody we'll go to Europe eccentric well it will be like a white elephant exactly but what they go anyway I mean the process you say we feel safe in one we don't want to work in such a hotel and what you're doing is I guess is bringing it out of the shadows I mean there's lots of is gonna be panic Boston's that's gonna be rooms for I know transgendered prostitutes as well but it it sounds like a bit of a kind of a shopping center for prostitution what would anybody want to use it well that is also another question that remains to be on and said but many of the things that you've just described girls are present in the current red light district include the panic buttons every thinks but it's also a matter of dealing with with issues regarding human trafficking because the official estimates about the number of prostitutes at up felt forced to work at the red light district the fed between ten and ninety percent so that all the official figures in other words we just don't know and one of the main issues also with moving the red light district.

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"milton keynes" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

09:50 min | 2 years ago

"milton keynes" Discussed on 790 KABC

"And Warren these other jokers clowns and I got more coming up on this you saw this nonsense again about every American has the right to free healthcare what is sad man everybody of course don't be liberals clap like sealed because they're really not bright what is said me right to free meaning what have you ever considered as Dr Thomas Olin Milton freedman Milton Keynes in a Milton Keith Milton freedman another great minds of our time and since past have said have you ever considered when you think this do you are you of the right okay have you ever considered that that's not possible what would you meet people don't have the right fit no no no you don't because when you create a right to something you confirm an obligation on someone else Toda logically Joe this is not a true I'm not messing that goal but maybe the liberals in the audience were really not bright both understands when it comes to the real world do I have the right for yours to your services every day no you don't Dan disaster to compensate Joe Joe how is it Joe is this company to work for the people to get jobs I'd like Joe Joe what I've been friends for a very long I don't have a lot of friends okay Robbie threes I just don't I'm serious I'm not getting does on the limited circle of people I call friends I've always not working for free Joe was a company provide services to people I require those services I have to compensate Joe and I have to compensate Joe fairly because I don't have a right even my friends services you do not have a right to go and walk into a hospital and say I demand a facelift now the Democrats always use the worst example after what are you gonna let people die in the street we don't do that if you're taken to an emergency room you have to be cared for and we've agreed collectively that taxpayer dollars if someone is in the gym or cannot pay will backstop that that's not what Bernie say Bernie is saying you have a right to claim their services whether you want to pay for it or not you want to walk in and demand a facelift I have the right I have the right to look good have the right right to be left alone by the government that's what rights you have because they were granted you by god to speak to assemble to petition and to practice your religious or not rights granted by government they may be protected by the constitution but you didn't get those right so many bureaucrat you were born with them you do not have the right to a facelift in a hospital because you then obligate someone else to work for you for free otherwise known as server two secondly with this free stuff user snuggie wherein s'mores mama's basement dwelling full who just want Daddy government to take care of everything you're pathetic your pathetic souls you're a stain on this planet you're staying to the cosmos you are weak all they want to hear about first we talked about right on the money right now is free everything's gonna be for my health care is going to be free I college is going to be free I'm not paying for your damn college of pay for my own kids call I work hard man I worked hard I grew up above a bar we had no money my wife is an immigrant from Columbia grew up and Pablo Escobar's Columbia we had a crappy apartment above the bar was rat infested I will never forget this is a true story I'm sorry my mom's this I don't mean to offend there but we didn't have anything not a sob story I love my scores because they may be why are what what I am today gosh I relish those days we had nothing in a Bologna sandwiches for dinner because I am never ever going back to that again ever you understand me no matter what ever and I know many of you feel the same way I know children have squat and even did my wife this is not some show of silver tongued you're wealthy trust fund babies okay you want that go somewhere else that it does show an eight is a word right there we had nothing and my mom was with this guy so my dad so long story putting two and two together if you listen to some of the shows lately but I forget what it was around my birthday or Christmas or whatever but she probably doesn't remember this but I know I do and they said we're gonna go visit this guy over at his house got a big surprise and you know we don't have anything surprise can mean anything McConnell's was always a big yeah yeah that was like a big deal manzanas on Friday was like that's what McDonald's so I don't know what the surprise was it like a toy your summit RC young kid I remember this like it was yesterday and he had a van so we drive over this garbage apartment near PS sixty eight parking Glendale and we walk up to the second floor no furniture known I mean it really did G. hole in the wall it was a surprise was I am not messing with you it was a rat they had caught in an old love mousetrap yeah this is this cool I am not that actually have moved no I'm not kidding I was devastated because I actually thought yeah I was everything I really was a minor messing with you at all I thought like was it was gonna be some like cookies or McDonnell you know your kid we have anything and that was the surprise what that really sucked the pastorate it sucks Joe it's like I'm telling you ladies and gentlemen it was a really horrible moment I still remember to this day ever so just to be clear you want me now if the Boston my but my wife Joe everyone associate with the show people working for us at our website not believe me none of Amer trust fund babies you want us if the work in a lifetime a lifetime to escape surprises that we're dead rats caught traps in Bologna sandwiches for dinner hello you know when he gets older cry turns you know what happens with blowing when it gets old you know it turns up at the corner get old bass the you know if you've been there you know if you're if you've never been you have no idea what I thought is there some talk and feels the giant yeah still he at the start proving again when I kick you want me after a lifetime of that we finally get to a point my life you want me now to pay for my rich neighbors kids to go to college you want me to pay for what may even richer neighbor on the other side to get a facelift you can take that and you can ram it up your caboose because I'm not paying for swat I will pay for our military I will pay for our courts I will pay for a law enforcement and I will pay for a basic social safety net because in the richest country in the world there are going to be people who are left behind by no fault of the rock if you have two legs of functioning heart healthy body no kids and no dependents get off your **** get off your **** now and get to work you understand get to work and the Republican Party platform should not disguised as nonsense anymore be nice we got to be no more nice in time get off your **** AS get up get to work I'm not paying any more for you you got kids love perilous your young far fine older people outlive their savings and no other options fine well in severe dire straits you have no options and literally can't work or disabled fine if you can work and you have to functioning wife and a heart they go because I can't reach my damn hard because I've got severe arthritis from beaten out of myself for the last twenty years get off your **** and go to work work work work you got to clean a toilet bowl make it the cleanest damned toy the ball on the planet you know there's honoring that the ball there's aren't we tore the ball's in Q. food thanks what really get the brush put the tidy bowl around the rim and scrub the charge off the toilet bowl honoring that I am not kidding go to work for if you can't do anything I mopped floors don't luxury you're telling our floors I for every night special chemical or a special chemical is my mother in law calls it hi mom the devil mop the floor get the mop mop the floor if you have no what there is honoring that press one you to think there's no water there is honoring work I deliver newspapers clean 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The future of diplomacy in the Twitter era

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

05:07 min | 2 years ago

The future of diplomacy in the Twitter era

"You're listening to the foreign desk with me. Andrew Miller on today's show I'm joined by Carolina Age and Richard Seymour Caroliina is independent diplomat cyber security and technology lead. She joins us from Milton Keynes. Richard Seymour is a journalist and author of the twittering machine. He joins joins us here in the studio. Welcome both Richard. I'll start with you and we'll start with. I think first principles we are where we are twitter and social media but twitter twitter in particular new things but the clearly not going anywhere in a hurry or something like the muse going to be something that diplomats will have to deal with breath. Is there any way at all now. You can not be on twitter if you are engaged in diplomacy. Could you just decide to rise above it now. I don't think anybody nobody in power can turned on the communicate of advantages of it but we should be clear that there's different ways of interpreting diplomacy you know if you're talking about making peace if you're talking about striking negotiations all all the rest of it twitter's nor very good platform for doing that. It's much better for showboating and sabre-rattling and grandstanding ending the kind of trump approach. If you like so I would say that really. It's not so much that you can avoid it but if you're really interested in diplomacy it might be a bit of a curse us because what's happening here is that we've got this a very elaborate system of global writing in which the rules have fundamentally changed a no one really fully understands how it's possible that war is being fundamentally rewritten but that is changing the rules and it makes it a nightmare. If you want to do what we would traditionally understand US diplomacy which would involve concessions climbed arms thinks that might be difficult for politicians things that would be difficult to maintain in in a sort of an environmental you know Phibro attention economy you know where everybody's struggling for likes and attention and so on and where a lot of the culture is driven by outrageous sentiment Caroliina are there any ways in which twitter has enabled diplomacy that it's actually made diplomacy easier or better or opened up constructive new ways in which it can be done. I think it has when we think about diplomacy in modern times really really realized in three pillars the first of these international law a complex subset of sort of the legal systems across the world and tweeter always it has very little impact on that but then manure start getting towards the second pillar of political strategy of negotiations of states wanting to achieve certain something in the the international system twitter might rate start playing some sort of a role but the third pillar which is public diplomacy of trying to get your message across I to audiences abroad. I think this is for twitter sort of potential of of just disseminating information in a way we can obviously debate whether it's not always positive information that gets resprayed around but it does have the power of getting messages across and then when we're looking at this third pillar of public diplomacy the twitter can have quite positive impact on on sort of statecraft. Richard does toy into your point. I think about how twitter is a useful tool for showboating. Thank sabre-rattling and grandstanding in fact. That's pretty much all anybody ever does with twitter but to what extent are those useful tools though to any ambassador the all or indeed state. Oh sure I mean there are absolutely vital tools their tools of war so I think it's very clear that if you look at the troll armies that it almost every major nation state has some form of troll army in other words they have paid individuals they have sock puppet spots and all the rest of it who exists to disseminate information that is likely to be destabilizing embarrassing problematic. Maybe fake it may be untrue but is going to cause problems for political industrial and other forms of opponent and even beyond states you think about a formation like the Islamic state which used the Internet to recruit the Grand Army for mobile theocracy never happened before and how did it do it. It did it by creating sewn own version of an online Omar a sort of almost like a national community from which it could draw resources recruits and using Hashtag jacking meaning and all the rest of it so obviously the standards are proving very useful but what's proven to be useful in terms of diplomacy as cyber war is often enough the the anticipated emerging properties of the system like nobody programmed the system for trolling for example that just happened to emerge out of it. Nobody programmed Graham D- Youtube to be good at so called Red pilling that just happens to be a feature of the system so actually I think a big part of our struggle now this to understand not what are the formal protocols and properties of twitter facebook all the rest of it but what are the emergent properties. What are the unintended consequences. What is if you like the unconscious of the

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"milton keynes" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"milton keynes" Discussed on REAL 92.3

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"milton keynes" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"milton keynes" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Have you been? Nick. Defend. Right. No. Route ninety three. to our migos cardi b. future big sonic milton keynes face is little baby and many many more over thirty different acts three different stages and your chance to win happens every hour let's get into your phone tap newton calls residence to confirm reservations for him and his party the new wave nudist Via phone tap right here. Big boy. Hey, how you doing, sir? I'm good. i got to say thank you to the restaurant for having us down is going to be a great suare and just call into touch base with you as far as our our menu i'm looking at my calendar we don't have anything because we got the whole restaurant we are the new wave nudist so i would just order what what could be a new either luther new fe or new wave nudist or something of that nature new nudist new wave new doing the nudist party at your facility for this year we don't we don't have any reservations under either of those names everything was already arranged yeah maybe you have the door i've already made all the awards and everything so it would be a shame yes we got the petunias going to be there the loan ding dong award listen we have the eagle award also in eagle when we hadn't had someone is take a look at my yeah would you do sound like a wide receiver what about the actual menu i'm sorry Kinda tied up by phone line, right? with me now no one has called what about the big beefsteak you get the big beef state we still want that and we have some vegan options also we got the hold my hotdog i'm gonna have to hang up well you know what i'll just come down there i give you a neck massage how'd you sound tan's third you're not listening right nothing happening here come here and by jazz you can you have to have clothes on a new clothes on stop it and you're not coming to this new research not holding a party for you okay we got futures cousin he's gonna do close off are you hard of hearing venue okay so you knew chaining short blog about it up your nose don't wear close up here Oh, no. Hello. Hello hobby. Dan to play catch. by kia downtown los angeles now under the new ownership of trophy automotive dealer group and you make you make cnet to kiss me red chaffee thinner pico rivera whittier six five in renton washington boulevard overturned.

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"milton keynes" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

08:09 min | 2 years ago

"milton keynes" Discussed on REAL 92.3

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"milton keynes" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"milton keynes" Discussed on REAL 92.3

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"milton keynes" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"milton keynes" Discussed on REAL 92.3

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"milton keynes" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

F1: Beyond The Grid

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"milton keynes" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

"The winning formula little link, which is the name above the door is not what gives you success. So it could be blackberry or no here from the past who then go passed over by whatever apple invidious other mobile phone companies. Mccloud undergoing through that right now. Williams are going right through going through that right now multiple championship winning teams. The name doesn't give you successes. The people are collectively working together that will give you that success. And I don't believe the Williams on the cloud and don't have the individual talent to to compete, but what they struggled with the last couple of years. Of course, those those individual talents haven't found the cohesive collective team method of working to get better of each other. You need the team by definition the all have to be pulling the same direction at the same time. And that's that's the key in one of the core skills that Christians been able to to do is recognize talent recognizing where the strengths are putting them in the right rule, and and maintaining those relationships when inevitably people something get head hunted. Elsewhere so on paper read. Buhl was the least successful period of of your career in terms of results. But somehow was at one of the most satisfying periods of your career absolutely one of the most satisfying moments because I felt more than just a rival. I felt part of this. This momentum to take team forward into prove that just as I said, it's not the name. It's not the building. You know, the rebel factory is a pretty average looking facility in the middle of an industrial state and Milton Keynes is not walking the walking anymore, but the MacLeod facility MTC is incredible. So Norman foster design work of engineering art that doesn't design the race cars the people. And of course, you would have that and the success if you could because you're out trumping all of your your other teams when you're talking to sponsors, but I love the rebel John. And it was a perfect moment of the perfect point in my career. Which is sees in me continue to have a relationship with Bill. I still drive. They're running show cowers events around the world are still get my little F one fix without. You know without feeling I needed. It comes to me every year. I get the chance to drive.

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"milton keynes" Discussed on Radio Free Endor: A "Star Wars" Podcast

Radio Free Endor: A "Star Wars" Podcast

16:20 min | 3 years ago

"milton keynes" Discussed on Radio Free Endor: A "Star Wars" Podcast

"The the the Proto pacman eyewear is it even it looks legit but it's Almeida water totally made would in it's so evie it's unbelievable and editor on last year I was in music video for a friend of mine and I wa- refer like thirteen hours lime constance war in it so ever talk of not warning since then it's now he's in the garage of put it down so have a and I I'm looking into like a fiberglass once. This really really light did no one you urge during the making this did both your trouble open down the country or is it down in London or mid will travel holy U._K.. Film in this wherever the story went and we see you have a structure that you kind of out of the film to be to go but it it would change and uh-huh changed quite a bit short story but we literally going all over the country within everywhere yeah about funding was nothing was yeah yeah yeah no one also in the traitor. You've got seen with a passed away with cancer and what was it like you know in contact the parents speaking about it yeah I mean it's not an easy question to give you an honest because why would we shoot seniors. We we shooting this this the film as well so weird <hes> rice tracks all over the country filming these paraplegics era adults in any kind of you know our member. Tomo will be driving up to Milton Keynes News to meet the family for of the of the cost else. Can you see in the film and I said Thomas In home said I'm glad you're in the questions mainly yeah yeah with the bus Terminal I've been studying various amounts of <hes> philosophy in in psychology and human behavior for about nine years and without any of that kind of study you know you all you always all seen the bigger questions but he eats. It's a real you have to do a lot of prep work. Don't just go in ever ask questions it's kind of do have to build kind of friendship interviews about an hour and a half nasty cut down to five minutes so you get you in our story open opposite the interview you know and get them to share then marched important part of their life. which is there some to you and tell it in a way that shares their message and the filmmakers messages? Just well I'll be on his interview I've ever done yeah yeah absolutely believe that I can't think of any of the kind of into that would want to do we need to do so yeah it must it's been hard to Bhutan for one. I can't wait to to to watch it too because there's one that this is one thing. This voice amaze me with with the Phantom of star wars they it's literally tree from new kids from birth to death. Now is always aspects of star wars sumo person than life. Get Kids. It Accord Luke Anakena.

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"milton keynes" Discussed on The SodShow

The SodShow

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"milton keynes" Discussed on The SodShow

"Diagnosed with cancer, you'll still ten year old lad who's a fan of Formula one. And what tends to happen is that old everything about the child becomes the, you know, becomes all about the counter not about who. They so what we do is we provide the children with a gift of bespoke one off kind painting, customized shoes that paint on the shoes. Everything about child loves her like to remind them that they're more than the Ovallis. They say and they've identity by the sort of saying, hey, I am still Tony. And I I am a Formula one time, I'm not just by the cancer. Both had. C H A H a very simple idea. And it's very very far reaching. I'm sure if any of us have been given a gift that somebody has made that means an awful lot, Gordon. Somebody just going into a shot at buying gifts. There's lots of people helping children with cancer. We're not about the cancer itself. This is about the child and he's about being a small off of that journey. I hopefully rage in a smile. Raise a smile and raise him awareness to the people side. And that's why we took it to Chelsea, which the raise the reservoir. Come ask. You can if you don't mind me. But what was the catalyst for disliked will idea does wonderful beautiful idea? I should. Yeah. Well, it was it was my wife's idea and she'd seen something similar in the states where there was a lengthy providing about art related if some products to children who were ill. And there was a small child called Henry or in Milton Keynes where I live who have a particularly aggressive form of cancer code in Europe blast on and there's no relapsed protocol from either blessed stone in the UK. So they have to send the more certainly wasn't that time. Those stockings be now you had to send them to the stage. I miss finally trying to raise Hossa million pounds, which is a non Samanta Bill amount of money for most people and Sarah read about this little boy, and so his page and a hold of the family with the idea that we would like to provide a gift of shoes that were about Henry, and then get some press on then, you know, then that would help raise awareness, but she's definitely what we did. And one of offerings. Wife's was an office and she painted. I believe it was lightning McQueen LEGO. While couldn't be lines. I could I could be wrong in the latter, Barbara certainly it like the cream on the shoes. And it went knocked on social media. We had something long eight thousand views in the first day on issues on a really onto something. Sadly, Henry loses fight with cancer and passed away. And we still work with me the trust for them helps us provides you love to talk again..

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"milton keynes" Discussed on The Bugle

The Bugle

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"milton keynes" Discussed on The Bugle

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