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"monaco" Discussed on Box of Neutrals

Box of Neutrals

03:14 min | Last month

"monaco" Discussed on Box of Neutrals

"Without doubling the amount of racing. I just seems like an obvious solution. Now, two things here. Either we accept that Monaco is unique and then we kind of turn a blind eye to some of the current stringent regulations regarding pit stops and fuel you need to have and tire allocations and what have you. So either we accept, turn a blind eye to those for this one race, given the extraordinary circumstances of monocoque Monaco. Or bay. Because if you recall, about those 1000 wasn't always a championship race. Oh, I see. You see where I'm painting outside. Outside the one rice. Yes. It's not a Formula One, right? No. You want? Whatever you want. You want to take the helmet off, you take your helmet off. Well I got it in everything. If you want to turn up with an IndyCar, be my guest. But good luck to you. Yeah. So what if we just to Formula One event? Yes, not that world championship race does it really matter that it is not a world championship. Rice. Because the Monaco Grand Prix is always going to be the Monaco girl on Prix. If we take away the points aspect, the championship permutations, if we make it just a stand-alone event, then you could have wild caught entries too. Teams that want to be in it. Yes. Yes, exactly. Wouldn't that be good then that Stefan GP team, they're still doing donuts in the Toyota car park and cologne. They can enter one race because it's a I don't want to say it's a junk rice because it's yeah, it's still very special. You need to respect the moniker Grand Prix. I don't know if maybe this has been formed because, you know, the Monaco Grand Prix, it's been one because it's been the same 300 kilometer odd race. So I don't know how I feel about that. Normally I'm pretty okay with that. However, in terms of just kind of discounting, well, bring what you what you can. Go nuts. Yes. I think the other thing I'd love to say, we've just had ND on the same day, obviously. Yes. But the indie goes for like a month. It starts off with the Indianapolis Grand Prix, which is just a conventional race three days, whatever Indy race is. And then you've got like weeks. When we talked about a couple of weeks ago, I got all those funny names for the days, carb day, bump day, leg day. All of the time. I got a day dedicated just to that thing where they pull your head with a massive rubber band or whatever that's called Nick die. Why can't we do the same with Monaco? Why does Monaco have to be through? Why can't they do? 'cause they close the road any, not they don't close the road, but they put up the barriers and stuff months in advance because I had formula E there. I think at the end of April, I started why can't they just do lots of random? Why can't we have carb day in Monaco? Yeah. Except fast, we just eat heaps of pasta. Rookie day. And then you've got to get in the car full. Rookie day. What a great idea. They should make it if Monaco is going if the Sunday is going to be a big crap. Let's be honest. Make everything else better. Just make it bigger, louder, bring that clackson back. So much more like a drew. I reckon.

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"monaco" Discussed on Box of Neutrals

Box of Neutrals

07:06 min | Last month

"monaco" Discussed on Box of Neutrals

"Whoever is standing in the way of the pit siren, please get out of the way. Because it's really annoying to everybody, this claxson that we're having. Oh, thanks heaven. Someone's got out of the way. That was the hero of the Grand Prix. It was something to do in the break. Let's be honest. Imagine figuring out, oh, hang on a sec. Okay, walking in front of it's like being at a licker land. And the door chime comes in every time you go to get out of a doorway. Yeah. It's annoying. I'm pleased to tell you, rob. That we put around with this 7, 6, 7, one of them. We are at 488. Oh, that's close. Come on, 12 short. Oh, is that an overreaction robot? I have a reaction, Jared. I have a reaction. Just 12 more people. Just 12 more people need to join. So close. To get to the half foul. Whatever you want to call it, I don't mind. We just need 12 more. So tell 12 of your friends and make sure you sign up may you sign them up. Make sure. The winner of the Monaco Grand Prix round from the United Kingdom. Tragically, name cut off. Can not read. I think this was raised in the Discord channel, in fact, by Mia that he could see the name. I can not. I can not see the name. It is all the lip system to me. I'll wait. Now it's all ellipses to me. And so you'll have to feel in the ellipsis on yourself. John D is Ukrainian breakdown filling the rest yourself. Killing the rest yourself. I'm sorry, I'm sorry, me. It's just what the website is doing to me. I'm trying to zoom in on trying to zoom out. I just can not, it just will not play ball with me. So maybe you've got a text in your names. But anyway, he was leading in Monaco. With 273 points, I head off Mick Schumacher's. I think you can figure out what's going on there. He was second AlphaTauri spelling. Spelling. Alpha Tory. You have to have watched the search. TV show on channel ten. I understand those references. This is the first time we've not had the great United States in the top ten or 13, in fact. Yes. Incredible. It's quite an Australian sort of showing. We should show up in the top ten every now and then, but this is true. This is the Commonwealth top ten. It's great. It's celebrating the queen's jubilee, presumably. Did that happen? She's still with us. Not with that. Not with Australia. He prove it. Well, he can't. So you just have to take it. It's like, just have to take it on its word. If the face is still on, if you pull out a coin in the face is still in the back of my understanding, is she still alive? I'm going to go protest and put up a sign and say, there's a grand conspiracy. Tame one. Yeah. Classic classic saying sausage curb launch control. That's all right. I enjoyed this one from Rachel day. Rubens Barrett checo. That's pretty good. And tali is very quite frankly. Getting very louder is the noise, the Daniel Ricciardo. What? If anyone needs to go on real overreaction. Then you ricotta. I think that's a tough one for another day. Yes. Or a number segment. Let's look at the overall rankings. Number one, the United States back where I guess they belong because they are dominating the top 5. Number one is Ricardo don't call it a comeback, another reference right there. But not leading by a lot. In fact, leading by only 13 points from sidebars, what side pods from Australia. Liquor Lando Norris, the people's champion is third. Fourth, Daniel Ricciardo's farewell tour. 5 spa rain. At least one of those circuits might be alternating with another one to talk about that labor. Technically he's the world champ 5. Could mean anyone. Who knows what he's talking about there? Now, I'm very annoyed because you know how much I enjoyed. What was it? It was liquor Lando Norris. The great sponsor. That is in context if you were paying for the edge. And is the paid sponsor that you did not receive. But in 19th, see, I came up with something more complicated and wordy. Liquor land, the stamp and send it. It's okay. However, stain. It's 220 points for the Monaco Grand Prix in equal 19th place. Very a lot of equal 19th. I would almost say it's a typo, but here we are. Sharing the 19th place podium with alongside other names such as pay this NFT and boring. Gunther Fox smash door. Yes. Leclerc land. At the very good. It was right in front of me. And I didn't take it. That is very, very good. That is the people's champion is the true people's champion. For the Monaco Grand Prix for those of you on the land. Watch the clear land. That is very, very good. We've also got a suggestion in on the Discord channel. So in liquor land watch myself, I was 52nd with 209 points. That's great. I'm happy with that, have we that? But I was usurped in 51 place, which was actually even better than I am. Yes. Never thought these two would be the strange bedfellows these two Jim Clark. That's also very good. I'm enjoying this vein of names. I'm enjoying the mash ups very much. 51st you were. That's great. I was like 300 something. What? Who is my friend? Forget who my team is. Who's on the lick of land bandwagon? For the Monaco Grand Prix, I had Valtteri Bottas. That's okay. Sergio Pérez. Yes, boys. Lando Norris. Oh yes. I'll train himself. I'm not bad. And to a lesser extent Ferrari. So that was pretty good. But my team literally, all right? Well, I didn't even finish on the podium, I guess. Alonso, Bottas, gasly. Kevin Magnussen, okay, he retired, wasn't his fault. And Ferrari, and yet I finished must be very close competition we've got here. Come on Magnussen. Ferrari again Ferrari's engine let me down. Looking at the overall leaderboard though, I am similarly disparagingly 328th. Is this out right? Yes. The real test this one. You must have improved. Nah, I think, where am I at? I am at the side of the top three 50 of 332nd. Oh, it's close though. It is close. 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"monaco" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

05:41 min | Last month

"monaco" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"Away immediately, that all the right things. But did you get a chance to speak to either of the hash drivers or the team after the race flight? Luke spoke to Bose. I spoke to both of them. Aren't you lucky? It was a very only very briefly to make. He was pulled away quite quickly, but yeah, he was taken to the medical center as tends to be the case with major accidents like this week. He said, look, I feel I feel okay and he said it was such a weird accident. He said he reckons he may be when a few centimeters onto a wet patch and quarter and then I just absolutely sent the car and it was just one of these things where there was only one line around that. If you go off the dry line you're in big trouble and I think Nick just caught a little bit of that with obviously very big consequences, but he was okay, which was good he's just said it's very, very annoying. Obviously this pointless run to start the season is it's not something he wants. I need to make a big breakthrough and I think the performances have been there have been good points, but we do need to see actual points to justify sort of what I guess what he's doing in the progress he's making. Sebastian Vettel, he was asked about mixed accident after the race and he said, I think you guys, I mean the media needs to sort of give him a break and stop being so hard on him, and it's like, yes, okay. That's a fair thing for you to say, but also it's our job to be critical and to hold people to account and to be journalists and to be analytical and I think that yeah, it is a mistake and it's the kind of thing that you look at and you say, look that cost you a chance to sort of be there when things all shook out. But yeah, so not what Mick would have wanted with camera. I mean, me and a lot of other people were like, oh wait, he's retired. So much was going on through the pit stops. It was only a few last place we actually thought that he was out of the race, but he was, again, surprisingly upbeat for a driver who just retired from the race. And he said that he thought that he was in a really good point. He thought that he had the pace to get past Bottas and he bought us up 9th, so could he have been in the mix for some points quite possibly, but he was a power unit issue in the end that ended Magnussen's race. It meant that Haas came away without any points today. Yeah, I did the same with Alex Alban. We haven't talked about Williams yet. I hadn't realized that he had retired on lap 48, such was the sort of focus on other things. And his teammate Nicholas Latifi, who I mentioned had that early lap one incident formation lap even in the treacherous conditions coming home. Probably no big Williams talking points coming out this weekend unless I'm wrong. Probably not. No, there you go. That sums up will be in a bit harsh. I had no cobblers. No, no, not at all. I mean, sometimes there's nothing to say about. Well, okay. They red hair. No, no red hair, the red hair. Yeah, that's not it's fading. But yeah, it's the kind of these kind of races that early in the season Williams were really capitalizing on and seizing the moment as the codders touched on earlier. But yeah, they weren't as able to do that today. Yeah, I think that I think for Williams, they, again, a bit like Aston Martin. It's like, where are they going? What more can they get out of this car? But this weekend was quite, it was quite anonymous. Latifi obviously had that crash on the formation lap and he's basically 5. The throttle got stuck. He just went on and it was something with the car, not a mistake on his part. So yeah, that would be something for William salty looking. But yeah, days of the kind of races where you would normally think, yet they're going to roll the dice and do something with Alban and maybe snare a point, but they weren't really in the picture at all today. Album was quick at certain points of the race. There were a couple of bits of the race where he was going purple, but that was because he was running on his own at the back, having committed a few blunders, he went off the track a couple of times. It just looked like a very difficult car to drive. They talk about it lacking down force. That's you sort of say, well, where in Monaco do you need down force? But these cars all run high down force packages to maximize what they have. And the Williams, that's just not in the car's skill set, unfortunately. And how many times over the past few years have we said that Williams is decently quick in a straight line, but lacks that ability to put down performance through aerodynamics. It's clearly some sort of ingrained problem that they need to address and it might even be a physical issue with their wind tunnel facilities, their research facilities because they've had a bit of a shake up a lot of bit of a shake up in their tech organization for a while. We could have asked FX demaison when he bumped into the lift ahead of us after we parked our car the other morning. Oh, I didn't realize that was him. Yeah. There we go. That's an hour. We move on to somewhere where there won't be those kind of downpours, at least highly unlikely air temple mid 20s. You would think for the Azerbaijan Grand Prix. We're heading back to Baku, of course, we've mentioned already Sergio Pérez getting his first win for Red Bull their last year. Who is the fine fine team we are sending there to cover things for auto sports and motor sport dot com. We are sending Mac Hugh solo for also sport. I as some of my bids try and get some kind of work life balance.

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"monaco" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

06:53 min | Last month

"monaco" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"Yeah, I'm on the same page. Obviously, in Spain, max had his random gust of wind at turn four that sent him off and put him as a disadvantage, and that sort of very much handed the sort of lead as it were between the two to check out with this, I think there's no way you could say that Verstappen has been the better driver over the balance of the Monaco weekend. Obviously, Perez did it in Q three. Which will no doubt amount to a demerit when our colleague Alex Colin orcas comes to write his driver ratings, but we were discussing this in the car on the way back to our Airbnb. And just sort of mulling over what score he might give to max. And the fact is max has had would you say that if someone who finished on the podium in third place has had an anonymous weekend by his standards, yes he has. He seemed quite happy to be playing a supporting role today, he's in genuinely happy for Perez, he seemed to be there almost as his wingman. Like the roles reversed almost this weekend, like he seemed happy for him. And that speaks to the I think they've got a really good relationship. That's the thing. I mean, max is tended to get on pretty well with most of his teammates in Formula One, but I think we check either in a really good groove, and there's already talk about sort of like Perez for next year, like what's going on there. Christine Horner, he said, on Saturday that it would be pretty straightforward. He hoped because Paris is performing very well. I mean, after this today, like surely that's that only confirms that what I think we know is going to happen here. Check who's going to get another year because it's just such a good setup there. So yeah, you can tell there's real, I think there's real good vibes between max and shako. Matt's clearly is number one. Max's guy is going to be winning the titles for rebel moving forward. But Pacheco, he's got a great chance to be the wingman, but every now and then have things turn around as they did this weekend. So yeah, I think he's been he's been a really good fit for Red Bull and I think this weekend was that to an absolute tea. A popular win today, no question. Half an hour in seems like a good time to have a quick look at the rundown of teams and drivers. After the event today, Max Verstappen leading the way on a 125 points leclerc 116 then Sergio Pérez a 110 as we've mentioned already, George Russell continues his fabulous points scoring. We'll get on to George next actually in Mercedes. With 84 points, having scored a ten, a 12 and a 15, ten or 12 and 15 points, and then a ten, which kind of messes up the pattern. Carlos Sainz, a point behind 83, and then Lewis Hamilton and on 50 points and Lando Norris a couple of points behind in terms of the constructors championship Red Bull, extending that 235 points ahead of Ferrari's 199 Mercedes, still in thirds. You would say because of George Russell's performances, let's get on to Mercedes now guys that if we can, so George Russell, 5th leapfrogging Lando Norris and Laura Hamilton coming home 8th. Do you think they'll be happy with that point's haul today? I know Louis felt frustration at the time, but seemed to pragmatic afterwards about being stuck behind Alonso, which will get onto on those slow laps. But how a Mercedes feeling coming away from Monaco a track that hasn't been particularly kind to them over the years, actually. I think they'll take what they get really this weekend. At the moment, 5th and 6th is kind of the absolute maximum they're going to be getting. So yeah, it's come away with the 5th and 8th. I mean, I know it's not a massive success, but at Russell did very well to jump Norris through the tire changes. I think that was good. The pace of the car did seem very, very good. Yeah, as they sort of got into that dry, dry tyre fates for Lewis Hamilton. I think the not a brilliant day obviously got stuck behind Alonso's I know we're going to get onto. But at the moment it's kind of, yeah, just take we can get. That's all they can do, Hamilton said that the bumps, the bouncing has felt worse than ever this weekend, but he said it's not down to the porpoising issue that they had before because they remedied a lot of that with the Spain updates. So I think it just goes how the W 13 car was struggling around Monaco. As you say, tradition, it's not been a very happy hunting ground for Mercedes. So yeah, look, when you win 8 championships in a row, if you're not winning, it's kind of like whether you're 5th or 6th or 7th or 8th, it's like where it's all kind of academics, all the same. It's not really very good compared to where you want to be. So I think that's the mentality Mercedes got right now. They want to try and make these steps forward. This weekend, yeah, it was a tough one for them, but as Lewis kept saying after race, I just look forward to getting that to a normal track basically, and then we can really see what this car is like again. Yeah, I mean, to put George's achievement in context, we should note that there's a little bit of low level complaining in the background of he shortcut the chicane twice and wasn't shown a black and white flag which procedurally he should have done. But I think the unfortunate thing for George was that he pulled off an absolutely super overtake on Lando Norris around the pit stops, but unfortunately because it was all kicking off between Ferrari and Red Bull at that point. That was not actually shown on the main TV broadcast. He had to go to the on boards to look at it, but essentially Norris only did 5 laps on the inters and he came in to put the hard slick tyres on. 5 laps after it put the inters on. George stayed out. He basically did the science gambit. He stopped for the slick tyres on the same lap a science. A lap later Norris came in and Norris came out of the pits just ahead of him and George literally seized the moment and drive straight past him on the way up the hill, a really, really hard place to pass. Let's not forget that Carlos Sainz failed to do that on Nicholas Latifi thereby kind of been in the wind there albeit in slightly different conditions. But George was just brilliant there. Before the McLaren's tyres came up to temperature and he got an extra few points for his efforts. Landon Norris only this week I think admitted the full extent of how ill he was for Spain. Is he completely fully recovered now? Or is he still suffering? He sounds like he's still struggling, but he's not a 100%. He's most of the way there. And I think he will be for Baku, but yeah, he was all weekend like you could tell that he's still struggling a little bit.

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"monaco" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

06:20 min | Last month

"monaco" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"It just all fell Paris way. There was a tiny element of luck for Perez as well, because when he came out of the pits his first stop, he was on track behind Lando Norris, but Norris then pitted immediately afterwards. So he then ceased to become a factor and that was what contributed to Perez's swing because he then had that empty track in front of him. Okay, help me out with something because the TV coverage was talking a lot about how the overcut. In other words, pitting later than your opposition. The overcut is what won it for Red Bull. And yet all I could think of was, well, hang on, no, Perez pitted two, three laps earlier than the Ferraris. He pumped in some brilliant laps on the inters, closed the gap and isn't that what won it for him, or did I miss something? Can you help untangle that whole kind of undercut overcut? How the strategy teams won the race today? That was to beat leclerc, but then to beat science because what Ferrari did with science, he very early on said, as I said earlier, he didn't want to come in to make that switch to the intermediate he wanted to go all the way through to slicks. That's something that in 2016, Lewis Hamilton did brilliantly to win that race, obviously helped by Ricardo's dud pit stop, but it's a known thing in Monaco that, yeah, you do sort of try and cut out basically a tire and save a stop. Science very early on said, I'm going to do that. So that meant the once Paris pitted. He was behind science, the science had had the advantage basically in terms of like, they both had to come in once more. Perez was obviously able to gain a lot of time because he was on the intermediate compared to science he was on the wet towards the end of that stint. But the thing that her sciences race and actually he said afterwards, it ended my chance of winning otherwise I probably would have had it was that he here traffic on his in lap in the form of Nicholas sati, who he got stuck behind. Obviously Monaco is very, very hard to overtake even with bat markers to let another driver pass with blue flags. It is very, very difficult. And that costs him time and he afterwards said that's what he reckons cost him because obviously he came out in second place in his very, very close with Perez as we saw through those closing stages. But yeah, without that signs, I think I'd really good shot at the win. I spoke to someone who works very closely with Carlos after the race and said, is he disappointed? Is he frustrating? He said, it's not really frustration. He said, it's obviously just a case of, yeah, look, we know it's going to come at some point. This first win is going to arrive. But it is, yeah, it's obviously minor factors like that, particularly around Monaco, the do swing it completely. So yeah, I think that undercut for Perez on the clerk, that's what got him to beat leclerc and then for science, it was the over cut because science got stuck behind the TV that allowed us to get the jump and win the race. That is makes perfect sense. It's me being slow. Which is more than often the case in a kind of chaotic race. A frantic start to a non start to the race. I did make a note of how long I think I noted one hour 9 minute delay. Maybe the race start was three 16. Which means four 16 your time. No, it was four O 5 that we got out behind the safety car for the formation app and the official start. So yeah, now in 5 minutes behind schedule. And it was a combination of facts, obviously we have The Rain falling and that they wanted to give time for everyone to be able to get The Rain tires over so they could be prepared for that start. There was also a power outage on the grid as well. The contributed to the delayed start that basically impacted all of the start systems and everything like that on the grid. And that was also why we didn't have any standing restarts after the red flags and the race as well. That's why we always have rolling restarts and something the FIA clarified after the race because obviously that was a big country using factor in those lays that happened. Was that caused by The Rain or the fact that it's a temporary I'm not entirely sure. They didn't give us that explanation that they gave us an explanation in two stages. I think because they randomly actually seemed to care what people are saying about them, especially given that some of the drivers were being a little bit vociferous about it. But not long after the initial start, they explained their position that they'd been a power outage and then later on they explained that basically there was now there is no power to the stark entry where the race director actually starts the race or to the lighting gantry. That provides the lights. So the only way they could start the race was to run it behind the safety car. But obviously because there is shall we say a little bit less out and communication from the FIA during the race to broadcast this year as a result of some of the stupidities that happened last year. This wasn't made clear and nature a pause of vacuum. Into that asylum speculation rushed in. So a lot of people were thinking, well, you know, they've bottled it, what's going on. But yeah, it literally, they could not start it in the normal fashion. So what we got wasn't ugly compromised, but it was all we were going to get. And then apparently later on, power was restored, but they then didn't want to. They didn't feel confident enough in the robustness of the systems to do the restart after the mix Schumacher induced red flag. So they started that off behind the safety car because as of the beginning of 2020, there is a stipulation in the rules that you can have a standing restart rather than a rolling restart, but they thought they couldn't rely on the systems that they didn't want to basically press the button and it to say computer says now because that would be a little bit embarrassing. So just go with a safety car rolling restart is the safest option. We did hear a bit of team radio today saying come on let's get this race started. These conditions are fine. What's your opinion on that from what you witnessed firsthand today? Well, we're not the ones driving the cars. I think they're the ones we have to have to ask we're not the ones risking our lives and obviously going out there and it was, but it's a very valid question it's something that I put to most of the drivers in the media pen after the race, and there was a mix of views..

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"monaco" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

05:23 min | Last month

"monaco" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"Well, two red flags over an hour delay at the start and hopefully to have F one's finest live from somewhere in Monaco, having dried out to join me on the podcast that I to answer those questions and a lot more as well. Joined by Luke Smith and Stuart coddling as well. Where do you get to watch the Monaco Grand Prix from, by the way? Nowhere that glamorous as with all the other races you're in the media center, which a lot of people don't really know. I got this amazing view of the track or anything at the majority of them. It is kind of like a big classroom, lots of screens up with various bits of data and wild feed and whatever. But window next to our desks, which were saved by one of our colleagues very early on Thursday morning. Overlook sell our ass. So you could basically see all the cars coming through there. So it did mean when we hardly needed a picture for talk about the red flag for The Rain delay. Our colleague Alex Karl zebs run over and get a snap. Some expert photography from Alex there. Yeah, it's one of those, one of those things with the job that it's not like you're watching it from the peak of turn one or anything like that. And hugely uncomfortable chairs as well. I don't want to be one of those people that moans. But you're going to be. Well, I've started. So I'll finish. Second only to the funny little footstools of Le Mans in terms of uncomfortableness. Are described them as almost vindictive in the assault on your posterior. We have tens of thousands of people listening to this who really have no sympathy for you on a free trip to Monaco. So should we also dig into the greed and venality of some of the other people in the press room because the house kindly lay out a selection of cheese rolls and cheese and ham rolls, but when the cardboard box containing these things are placed out, there is the most incredible stamped. You know like that bit in The Lion King, where the horde of wildebeest stampede. It's like that for the sandwiches. And you see these people moving away from the scene of the crime and it is a crime. Let me tell you ladies and gentlemen. It is a crime. They come away with armfuls of sandwiches. So those of us who've been actually dare I say it concentrating on our work rather than keeping at least one eye on the chemicals table. Go without so this morning we stopped off at a hypermarket so that we could get our lunch in early and avoid the rush. This concludes my complaint about the monarch press room. Sergio Pérez won the 2022 Monaco Grand Prix ahead of Ferrari's Carlos Sainz and Max Verstappen finishing off the podium early leader Charles Leclerc coming home fourth once again victory at home evading him. George Russell from Mercedes in 5th Lando Norris in 6th and I will work our way down the finishing order as we get on through the podcast. So one of the questions we want to ask is how Perez won that race. And we'll get into some of the details at the start and the delay and all those things in the moment. From what was it looked comfortable watching on TV, a comfortable lead for leclerc. Can you explain how Red Bull strategy did that look or is it a case of how Ferrari strategy let down leclerc and he didn't even finish on the podium today? Yeah, it's definitely a bit of both. There are quite a few factors that played into that Perez was the first of the lead drivers to make the switch from the wets to the intermediates. He came in on lap 16. That was followed by leclerc and Verstappen, two laps later. And then science what he wanted to do and he quite early on he made clear as far as I don't want to take any intermediate so I just want to push the wets right the way through until the track is dry enough slick. So you have these interesting little different strategies playing out between the lead drivers there. But it was just, I mean, Paris coming in earlier. That really, really, that swung the race massively in his favor, I believe it was a 7 second swing on one of the laps that absolutely just wiped away the clerk's lead because the intermediates were absolutely the right tyre to be on and that allowed him to really carve into the advantage that the clerk had built up. And yeah, that compromised clerk massively the clerk struggled he hit traffic with the Alex Alban or no one of his art laps as well, which also didn't help matters. But I think for Chekhov, it was just a really clever strategy from red blood, and they saw the way things were going. They decided yeah, let's bring you on to the inters. They then recognize that the tracker dried so quickly, you had to get onto the slicks quite soon after. So yeah, I think it was some clever work from them Ferrari definitely through this away. But I think that paras and Red Bull, they recognize that they had to react quickly that has to be on the front foot and I think they're really were with that. So it definitely very different, I think, the way both teams are executed their races, Red Bull, it was all quite smooth, very serene, very, very clinical Ferrari we had some panic setting in the Charles clerk over the radio at one point was told. I don't know, stay out stay out, and he's like, well, it's too late. I'm already in the pit lane. So yeah, things like that that were the difference today, but yeah, that early start from Paris to get the undercut plus leclerc hitting the traffic plus, look at that, then I have to come in for a second time in the space four laps. It just all fell Paris way. There was a tiny element of luck for Perez as well, because when he came out of the pits his first stop, he.

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"monaco" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

05:39 min | Last month

"monaco" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"The reasoning being, you don't get to speak to the referees in football, which is fair enough pastry, but whatever it's always nice to get more accountability because it's all very, very important. But yeah, back to Carlos Sainz. Yeah, that's gesture that he deserved penalty or he's going to have trouble coming in his way. I think it's way off the mark because as he said in the press conference, it was as he turned right into Portia that the yellow certainly the yellow marker board lights up and I think if you watch onboard just ahead, I think the yellow flag is waving, but the fact that as he comes around the corner and he's looking at the next apex. It's all at one. He said, you know, he's certainly with the marker board. It comes on as he's already got the steering lock fully applied. So nothing he could do he saw the two things effectively at the same time, the yellow, the crashed Perez, and basically, I think science thought he could just about get through, but then he as he just agitates, just gets on that brake pad a little bit too hard, spun the car around. And yeah, caused more damage to Perez's car, he does think though that the Red Bull should be fine to raise tomorrow. That is some good news for Sergio Pérez and Red Bull, but one Red Bull driver who wasn't really a much of a factor in the poll fight was Max Verstappen. I think all weekend. It seemed like Paris just had that little bit of an edge over him. We saw that in final practice, Perez led the way there, then throughout qualifying, always seems like Paris were just a little bit of a step ahead of max. We've talked about the chemistry, and I think one of the big narratives going into this weekend has been team orders after what happened in Spain and for Red Bull, are they already putting all their eggs in one basket with Max Verstappen as though that was ever really a question anyway. But for max, knowing we've seen over the past few races it tends to be the Ferrari excel over one lap in qualifying, but then the Red Bull's race pace is so much better, but this is Monaco, you don't overtake it. It is sometimes decided on a Saturday. How much trouble really are rebel indie thing with their only third and fourth on the grid. And for max, how much for a big fight back is it going to require from P four to get up there and battle the clerk at the very front? Yes, I think he's already hoping that it's going to rain tomorrow. I think Charles Leclerc would like a nice dry race because this is we mentioned that that Monaco curse that he's got hanging over him not that curse is a really cool but you know he's just mounting circumstantial evidence with all the run of incidence he's had at home. But yeah, so Verstappen needs rain I don't think we can be under any illusions that if it were a dry race to the finished Red Bull would if they don't overtly swap the positions they'd find some way to engineer it. The risk they play there is that Perez is not an idiot. There's going to come a point where it's just going to get too much this constantly having to cede way to max despite the fact that it is clearly the Verstappen team. But anyway, let's cross that bridge when we come to it as I'm sure Red Bull would do tomorrow. But yeah, with the Ferraris and the rebels the long run pace in practice. I mean, long run pace in Monaco practice is a bit of a misdemeanor because you say Luke starting on pole position effectively wins you the race. You know, there's no reason to suspect why leclerc won't win tomorrow, but then he could say that for so many other races he's had here. So he'll have to deal with whatever the curse that doesn't exist those at him, but yeah, with what little race running was done. Ferrari looked pretty good. So many different factors and reasons why reasons why is we're overtaken by a ring in patient motorcyclist. We're still once again, it took us, I used to get out of the media car park. Leaving Monaco tonight, thanks to the F two cars they need to come back and we now stuck in another tunnel on the motorway to nice, which is where we're staying in a very nice Airbnb. It's got an excellent view over nice. But yeah, anyway, just very quickly going back to the race race, where I do have a certain slight edge, a couple of attempts a lap, but too difficult to read if that's going to definitively transfer over to tomorrow, but if science is second out of Sandoval and the clubs first, there's no way Max Verstappen is speaking, Charles Leclerc. And did the Red Bull guys they talk about why Verstappen has been slipping behind Paris this week and why is Perez managed to qualify max? Yeah, so basically Verstappen has said that effectively the Red Bulls just seem to be under steering a bit more than he would ideally like around here. And also he just wasn't happy with the balance, that sort of saps the confidence. But he finally found the balance and the feeling that he was after right at the end of Q three right on that final interrupted run and it's really interesting. If you watch the sex of times, he just said his best time of qualifying right at the point for the red flags come out. He still was a tenth down on leclerc and if the club was expecting to make the gains that he would, I still think Verstappen was fighting for second and he himself acknowledged that, but it's really interesting because he's absolutely furious when he comes across. He's the next car behind science. When he comes across the two, he's like, oh, this isn't fair. This isn't fair. And he said afterwards, you know, this really needs looking at this, you know, because he's point is as happened with leclerc, not that leclerc did it on purpose. You could secure the provisional poll as Michael Schumacher has attempted to do or did badly crash and secure yourself that pole position. So Verstappen's like we need to look at this. We need to look at this, but basically the understeer with the Red Bull. He said that Perez can just just likes it a bit more and it's helping him a lot around here whereas Verstappen, we know response a strong front end and then hang on to the rear ace is what makes him such a joy to watch because he's so exciting behind the wheel because of the way the car behaves in his hands. So yes, that's the difference to Verstappen, but as I think I do get the genuine sense he thinks that it should be him on the front row of the grid alongside alongside a cloud tomorrow. And I'm sure max will be hoping for a little bit of rain. I think I'm seeing varying percentages as to what chances we're going to get. But another person wanting some rain is Lewis Hamilton. He will start 8th on the grid. He was asked if he's going to do a rain dance, he was like, no, I don't dance. I won't be dancing. But then he said, I would actually like a bit of rain maybe to help him from PH George Russell in 6th for Mercedes..

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"monaco" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

02:54 min | Last month

"monaco" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"Well, as we know, all eyes will be on tomorrow. Tomorrow is what usually counts, although there is rain predicted on Sunday, so we could see a bit of a mixed up race. If you were listening to the Sunday Night podcast after the Spanish Grand Prix, you might have heard Luke and I, having a bit of a discussion about Monaco, I am have not historically been a fan of racing here. I think I've described it as almost like a messy divorce between Monaco and Formula One in that Formula One has gone in a direction that's different from what's needed to have good racing around here. Now, I went trackside for the very first time and I can definitely say unquestionably, I have never witnessed Formula One, like it. It will be moments that stick with me for sure, but what I'm always concerned about is it's all well and good at saying that. We get amazing access. The experiences that you don't get at home and isn't translated at home and I know that the TV broadcast is something that is criticized a lot around monetary because it's a different company that usually takes over it's a local monegasque company that is running the world feed this weekend. So I do want good racing. I want it to be a really, really good weekend. Not just because I'm here and I would like to experience it for myself. But Luke, what are you expecting from tomorrow? The arguably the most important day in Monaco. Most important day in Monaco, but I think also one of the most exciting days of the entire Formula One season. I think that when you hook a lap up in Monaco, I say it's like I know this, but I don't. It's the drivers of who I've spoken to. They all say that when you hook up a lap in Monaco, it really is unlike anything else. It's an amazing exhilarating experience, gasly said that he can sometimes do an absolutely perfect lap, and it only be good enough for 5th or 6th. So he said, if it's the fight for pole position, I can't imagine what that buzz is like. Fernando Alonso he said he's had perfect laps here and they've not been his poll app. So it is, I think it's why you see the drivers at the absolute best and peak of their powers in formula, which is very exciting. But as you do, rightly, say, Jess, that does not lend itself to exciting race. I think that's something that we've all come to expect in Formula One over the years. We know that Monaco Sundays and maybe not the highlight of the season. But yeah, who knows a bit of rain could spice things up potentially Pierre gasly he spoke on Thursday said that a bit of rain he just thinks of 1996 when Olivier panis on Felicia, so who knows maybe some drama can strike once again, but yeah, I think that as much as Monaco Sunday may be a bit of a snooze fest, I think Monaco Saturday is one of those must watch spectacles in Formula One. It really is an incredible scene to see the drivers of the absolute limit and going for it around these streets. All right, well I will the jury's out until Sunday. Maybe you're here. Well, you will hear of it because both Luke and I will be on the review podcast on Sunday, but until then, stay tuned, we'll be back tomorrow to give you all the happenings from qualifying around here tomorrow night and until then we'll see you next time..

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Desperate search for survivors in Cuba hotel blast; 26 dead

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Desperate search for survivors in Cuba hotel blast; 26 dead

"At at at at least least least least one one one one survivor survivor survivor survivor was was was was found found found found Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday as as as as the the the the search search search search continues continues continues continues at at at at a a a a luxury luxury luxury luxury hotel hotel hotel hotel explosion explosion explosion explosion in in in in Havana Havana Havana Havana Cuba Cuba Cuba Cuba possibly possibly possibly possibly caused caused caused caused by by by by a a a a gas gas gas gas leak leak leak leak where where where where at at at at least least least least twenty twenty twenty twenty six six six six were were were were killed killed killed killed workers workers workers workers dig dig dig dig through through through through the the the the rubble rubble rubble rubble at at at at the the the the hotel hotel hotel hotel Saratoga Saratoga Saratoga Saratoga while while while while family family family family members members members members like like like like out out out out of of of of Monaco Monaco Monaco Monaco boss boss boss boss watch watch watch watch and and and and wait wait wait wait a a a a minute minute minute minute so so so so she's she's she's she's been been been been there there there there since since since since Friday Friday Friday Friday morning morning morning morning when when when when it it it it happened happened happened happened trying trying trying trying to to to to find find find find her her her her daughter daughter daughter daughter I I I I housekeeper housekeeper housekeeper housekeeper army army army army commander commander commander commander Ramiro Ramiro Ramiro Ramiro Valdez Valdez Valdez Valdez good good good good influence influence influence influence at at at at the the the the hotel hotel hotel hotel rooms rooms rooms rooms have have have have kitchens kitchens kitchens kitchens and and and and a a a a gas gas gas gas leak leak leak leak seems seems seems seems likely likely likely likely at at at at this this this this point point point point at at at at least least least least seventy seventy seventy seventy four four four four people people people people were were were were injured injured injured injured in in in in the the the the blast blast blast blast the the the the hotel hotel hotel hotel in in in in old old old old Havana Havana Havana Havana which which which which is is is is owned owned owned owned by by by by the the the the Cuban Cuban Cuban Cuban militaries militaries militaries militaries tourism tourism tourism tourism business business business business did did did did not not not not have have have have any any any any guests guests guests guests because because because because it it it it was was was was undergoing undergoing undergoing undergoing renovations renovations renovations renovations for for for for a a a a planned planned planned planned Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday re re re re opening opening opening opening I'm I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker Walker

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 Suspected hackers arrested in global ransomware crackdown

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 8 months ago

Suspected hackers arrested in global ransomware crackdown

"European security officials say two suspected hackers have been arrested in a global ransomware crackdown the arrests were part of a seventeen country operation involving the U. S. something deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco appeared to foreshadow within eighty P. interview last week in the days and the weeks to come you're going to see more arrests more seizures officials say the two suspects are accused of ransomware attacks resulting in five thousand infections the justice department's been tried to address a ransomware wave that it calls a national security and economic threat Sager

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The Truth About January 6th With Julie Kelly

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:55 min | 8 months ago

The Truth About January 6th With Julie Kelly

"More on the January 6th events with Julie Kelly. Let's pull out a little bit from what we've been discussing the concrete cases, individuals who need cancer treatment who aren't being given the requisite medical attention people who are now delayed in their trial until May of next year. I mean, that is police state tactics. You say there's one place that's helping them some of the relatives have got a fan together at patriot freedom project dot com. That's patriot freedom project dot com. When it comes to January 6th, let's zoom out a little bit. The GOP give us your take on the GOP's response to all of this. Well, I mean, with a few exceptions, no one has said anything. You know, I watched that hearing with Merrick Garland, not one Republican senator, confronted Merrick Garland about what his DOJ has been doing to over 650 Americans. I appreciate what Tom cotton said to Merrick Garland. I appreciate that every Republican senator asked him about the letter that he allegedly wrote, which I'm not even sure that Merrick Garland is in charge of the Justice Department. He believe it's least the Monaco who is the deputy. It's really wrong in the show. We know that. But look, Lisa Monaco almost got a unanimous vote from Republicans in the U.S. Senate, including Tom cotton, they put a known Barack Obama loyalist, someone who was a collusion perpetrator who said nothing but horrible things about Donald Trump for four years in between allow his presidency and now Joe Biden's they confirmed her. Put her in charge of the Justice Department. What do they expect Lisa Monaco is going to do? Of course she's going to use every weapon at her disposal to go after

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U.S. and Europe dismantle international dark web drug operation, arrest 150

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

U.S. and Europe dismantle international dark web drug operation, arrest 150

"Law enforcement officials in the US and Europe have announced a major internet drug trafficking bust a ten month international drug trafficking investigation spanned three continents nine countries and twelve law enforcement agencies it was dubbed operation dark hunt tore named for the Tor browser a specialized tool providing encryption and anonymity one hundred fifty dark net drug traffickers has been arrested around the world including sixty five right here in the United States deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco said investigators found vendors running laboratories to create fake prescription pain pills enough Sentinel for more than four million lethal

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"monaco" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

03:57 min | 9 months ago

"monaco" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"I have literally walked across the entire country of monaco and it took me about an hour and that was taking my time. The corollary to being the smallest countries having the highest population density with a population of over thirty seven thousand people. It has a population density of around nineteen thousand people per square kilometer. The only other territory that has a higher population density is the chinese territory of macau that has a density of twenty one thousand people per square kilometer. There is pretty much no available land in monaco anymore. Which is one reason why. Land values in the country are so astronomical there's curly land reclamation project underway which will try to create an additional six hector's for apartment buildings and shops. Even though thirty seven thousand people live in monaco. Most of them are not citizens of the country. There are only about nine thousand montagues citizens who live in the country and speaking of citizens of monaco. The official language of monaco is french but the national language is called montague ask. It's a dialect of ligurian which is a form of italian which is spoken in genoa and the surrounding area. The other significant thing about monaco is that it has a lot of rich people. A full third of the country is millionaires. It has the highest per capita gdp of any country in the world at one hundred ninety thousand dollars per year. The poverty rate in monaco is officially zero with that much money. It also shouldn't come as a surprise that monaco is one of the safest countries in the world. The murder rate in monaco is zero. And there's one police officer for every one hundred people who live in the country also. Monaco has the highest life expectancy of any country in the world at eighty five point six years for men and ninety three point. Five years for women. The monte carlo casino is probably the most famous casino in the world in nineteen thirteen. It had a famous streak at the roulette table when black came up twenty six times in.

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"monaco" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

05:21 min | 9 months ago

"monaco" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"Dot com slash skill share hundreds of years ago. The map of europe was much more complicated there were dozens of kingdoms and duchy's and principalities all over the place overtime however almost all of those tiny countries were absorbed into larger countries that we know today but not all of them did a small handful of very small countries managed through luck perseverance and diplomacy to remain independent. To the present day. I've previously known episodes on dora liechtenstein san marino and vatican city. Each one of those countries has a unique history which allowed them to wind up as independent countries in the twenty first century. The story of monaco is similar yet. Different to has managed to survive as a tiny principality into the twenty first century but it story in history are different than other european microstates. Historically monaco was defined by its most significant man really only landmark the rock of monaco. The rock of monaco is as the name implies a rock. That juts out into the mediterranean sea. It was historically used as a fortification. And there's evidence that humans have inhabited the site for at least thirty thousand years. If you're familiar with monaco. The rock is on the southern side of the main harbour. The name monaco comes from the name of a sixth century. Greek colony. that was there called. Monaco's the meaning of the name and adrian creek was single house during the roman period. Julius caesar came through monaco after completing the gallic wars the poet virgil called it. Quote the castled cliff monaco's by the see the modern history of monaco. If you wanna call it that dates back to the twelfth century it was then part of the holy roman empire in eleven ninety one holy roman emperor henry. The fifth gave the land to the city state of genoa and the genoese colony of monaco was refounded. In twelve fifteen in twelve ninety seven a genoese nobleman by the name of francisco. Gremaldi with the help of several other men dressed as franciscan. Monks took over the fortress which was on the rock of monaco. This was the beginning of the grimaldi family rule of monaco which is still in place today. it didn't remain gremaldi hands for long. He was eventually taken back by genoa. Who then lost it to the kingdom of aragon in the fourteenth century the gremaldi family purchased monaco back from aragon in sixteen twelve and the head of the family hannuri. the second declared himself prince of monaco. Monica wasn't fully independent. However while the prince was recognized as a sovereign prince by the french they were also vassals to the french king..

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Sen. Hawley Grills Deputy Attorney General Monaco Over Meaning of 'Harassment' and 'Intimidation'

Mark Levin

01:47 min | 9 months ago

Sen. Hawley Grills Deputy Attorney General Monaco Over Meaning of 'Harassment' and 'Intimidation'

"Unbelievable what's taking place here America I don't care what party you're in There should concern you enormously What's taking place here I want you to listen to this Here's senator hawley at the hearing today the Deputy Attorney General of the United States Lisa Monaco happened to be present cut 7 go His parents waiting sometimes for hours to speak at a local school board meeting to express concerns about critical race theory or the masking of their students particularly young children is that in and of itself is that harassment and intimidation is waiting to express one's view at a school board meeting harassment and intimidation As the attorney general's memorandum made quite clear spirited debate is welcome is a hallmark of this country It's something we all should engage in No I don't think that miss Monaco with all due respect it didn't make it quite clear It doesn't define those terms Nor does it define harassment or intimidation It talks about violence I think we can agree that violence shouldn't be condoned or looked aside from in any way swept under the rug at all but harassment and intimidation What did those terms mean in the context of a local school board meeting I mean this seems to me the First Amendment context we talk about the chill the chill to speech If this isn't a deliberate attempt to chill parents from showing up at school board meetings for their elected school board I don't know what is I mean I'm not aware of anything like this in American history We're talking about the FBI You're using the FBI to intervene in school board meetings That's extraordinary Et cetera I have to respectfully disagree That is not what me too an instance The

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Teacher Monica Gill on Finding the Courage to Be Unapologetically Conservative

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:53 min | 9 months ago

Teacher Monica Gill on Finding the Courage to Be Unapologetically Conservative

"Monaco wanna ask you a broader question because speaking out is not something. Many people are comfortable doing I'm talk a little bit about some of the backlash you've received. I'm sure some of the negativity. Because so many people email us on our podcast freedom at charlie. Kirk dot com. They say charlie. I don't know if i could do it. You know i. I wanna live my comfortable life. I don't wanna lose friends. I wanna be popular. I want to remain wealthy. And i do want to see the country saved but you know i i wanna be loved. I wanna stay my country club and we actually get emails like this. that's fine. They can make their own decision. You know georgia's pat and said that moral courage is the most necessary yet. Absent characteristic and men as aristotle would say courage is the ultimate virtue because of that there are no other virtues. Where do you get your courage from the lord to be honest with you I spent many years being afraid of eking up being afraid of speaking up about my conservative values at school even to certain extent among my colleagues about my faith. I've always been pretty open about being a christian in the classroom with my students but When they pushed this initiative on starting to push this equity diversity and inclusion initiative in august twenty nineteen. I all i can say to you charlie. Is that literally. I went from a place of fear to righteous anger. You know that you angry. But don't sin and saying okay. We'll then now. What do i do and literally. I just felt the lord. Remove all my fear and send sound. I just said to him. I'm gonna be obedient anything that you asked me to do any door. You asked me to walk through. I will walk through it. And now i'm on the charlie kirk. She hope

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U.S., Australia and UK Unveil New Security Partnership

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:55 min | 10 months ago

U.S., Australia and UK Unveil New Security Partnership

"The biden administration's efforts to counter chinese dominance in asia and support allies in the region is gathering steam. This week the us uk and australia agreed a landmark security pact in the indo pacific. The move will see australia. Build nuclear powered submarines for the first time the pack will also cover artificial intelligence cyber and quantum technologies. So what does all this mean for australia. Monaco's contributor in canberra ardebili. Gary sent us. This report the news that ustralia is going to be getting nuclear-powered submarines came out of the blue five years ago. We signed an agreement with the french to provide us with diesel-powered submarines. It has since become clear that these technology would not be adequate to meet security challenges. Plus they wouldn't be delivered for almost twenty years at the same time. Need security partnership between australia. The us and uk was announced called aucas. All of this is pretty big knees. Even if you're not someone to spend a lot of time thinking about submarines the full details haven't yet been announced but it is clear that it's all about sending a strong message to china. Tensions between australia and china has been increasing over the past few years so this deal is all about australia. Proving to beijing that it has big and powerful allies that it can rely on but it will get australia. Offside with other friends new zealand and pacific countries are avowedly anti nuclear. Oh new zealand has already said it won't allow the subs in its waters. Australia is a signatory to the nuclear nonproliferation treaty. So we can expect that e inspectors will be doorsteps wanting access and china has put out a statement. Saying it's irresponsible big questions now. Are this tacitly. Say that his strategy is undoubtedly in a cold war situation with china. And just how much safer will australia. Now be

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Race to Succeed Japan PM Suga Heats up

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:04 min | 10 months ago

Race to Succeed Japan PM Suga Heats up

"Is now a wink. Since japan's prime minister yoshihiko super said he is to stand down as leader of the ruling. Ldp the race to succeed him is already in full swing. Well let's get the latest now for monaco's tokyo bureau chief in asia editor funeral wilson Good to have you with us. Thanks for joining us. Fear with good very good afternoon. Good morning to you. And now has the announcement of sucres departure really sunk in among the japanese yet. I mean it was. It was quick. It wasn't necessarily great surprise but it was a bit of a shock. Actually it was surprised he actually resigned. Honestly that was a shock because on thursday he was saying he was going to stand for re election as leader. If the ldp of course everyone knew this election was going to happen at the end of the month. Trenchant temper no surprise there but it looked like he was gonna run. He was getting all his Pieces in place softening up the right people look like he had and then suddenly on friday. He said no. I'm resigning and it seems that he was really hope by the The big the heavyweights in the party. It was time to go so it was a surprise. It has sankei. And i think there's been a lot of dissection in the media and the candidates are now emerging so who are the front runners in all this well. It looks at the moment. I mean lots of names have been mentioned obviously and anyone who follows japanese politics and you have to follow it closely to know who lost these people are but it looks like it's going to be a three way race basically. You've go tara conner. Who's the front runner. He's the man in charge of vaccines at the moment administrative reform. He's the one most people think he certainly has popular support. He's he's a bit of a loose cannon in some ways. He's very good at disrupting. He's not always good building consensus. I think he's the front runner. You have to mir kishida former foreign minister and sunai takeuchi. Who's the wildcard. I would say former intern faz. Minister earned would be japan's first female prime minister and she is being back rather curiously. I have to say patients up. Who's obviously still very influential. But in every other sense i would say she's an outlier.

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Afghanistan: Last US Military Flight Departs Ending America's Longest War

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:41 min | 10 months ago

Afghanistan: Last US Military Flight Departs Ending America's Longest War

"The lowest. Us military flights has left couple airport marking the end of america's twenty year presence in afghanistan. Officials say the c. Seventeen aircraft to cough with the us ambassador on board however the diplomatic mission to assist those unable to leave before the deadline and will continue. Let's get the latest now with monaco. New city sir. Greece germ chris. Welcome to the program. You've just returned from the us. How would you describe the way. Americans feel about the end of their twenty year presidents in afghanistan. Marcus the the mood is is really be mixed from a lot of the conversations that i had over the last few weeks. And there's sort of four different ways almost that you could describe the mood. You know depending on the situation. There's there's confusion. First of all over the chaotic nature of the evacuation. And what we've seen over the last few weeks with the taliban taking over there's empathy for the plight of afghans and afghanistan and sort of the the the risk that you know the backsliding that will happen there in terms of of things like women's rights and sort of the human rights aspect of this as well as for those that are now coming over to the us the refugees more than one hundred twenty thousand Flights people came over In the last month or so as afghans were evacuated from the country. There's particularly empathy for those That were impacted or help to the us over the last twenty years and are now coming over as a result of their fears for their own life in afghanistan so there was empathy and sort of welcoming even of those people coming to the us.

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Josephine Baker to Be Honored With a Panthéon Burial

The Splendid Table

00:31 sec | 11 months ago

Josephine Baker to Be Honored With a Panthéon Burial

"Singer and dancer Josephine Baker will be the first black woman to be given one of the country's highest honors a burial at the Pantheon mausoleum in Paris. Plans are underway to reenter her remains. She was a World War two hero in France and after her death in 1975 Baker was buried in Monaco, dressed in a French military uniform with the medals she received as a member of the French resistance, she is the fifth woman to be honored with a pantheon burial. I'm Janine

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Josephine Baker Is 1st Black Woman Given Paris Burial Honor

NPR News Now

01:02 min | 11 months ago

Josephine Baker Is 1st Black Woman Given Paris Burial Honor

"Josephine baker at the american born dancer and singer who rose to fame after moving to paris in the nineteen twenties. We'll have resting place. Bakers remains to be moved to the pantheon muslim. For some of france's most distinguished citizens rebecca rosman reports that the honor make speaker the first black woman to be insured there in a statement. A french government spokesperson baker as a quote. Great lady who loved france. The beloved dancer singer and member of the lizzy stoneless was born in missouri in one thousand nine hundred six but moved to paris in the nineteen twenties as part of a wave of black americans who came to the french capital just after world war. One baker was famous for saying she had to love my country and paris baker. Who died in nineteen seventy five and is currently buried in. Monaco will be moved to the pantheon. In a ceremony held on november thirtieth her induction to the pantheon means she will be joined alongside other french. National heroes including malik kelly at example dumas and voltaire

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Afghan Photojournalist Flees to Athens

Monocle 24: The Stack

01:38 min | 11 months ago

Afghan Photojournalist Flees to Athens

"The images and stories. That are coming out of. Afghanistan are not only shocking. There've been taking by local african journalists and photographers. Many of whom are currently risking their lives and have been doing so for the last few months. One of them is the photo journalist. Masoud saini born in afghanistan masud has been chief photographer at the associated. Press and a photojournalist at funds oppress his won the pulitzer prize for his work in the country and a couple of days ago he and his colleague. Lena donna were in afghanistan covering the taliban takeover of the country fearing for their safety they flew out of kabul last sunday just hours before militants entered the african capco. He's safe in the netherlands. Now and he spoke to monaco's emma nelson who spoke to he. Now new show the globalist earlier in the week. Let's welcome to monaco. twenty four. it is good to know that you are alive and well and safe. Just tell us what happened to you. Well unfortunately i am experienced immediate trustful week when i was in kabul awhile before that we were Me and my colleague over covering Herald war and I so i feel that the war was really really a clothing to people. Our life and the government was completely disabled and already was broken and failed from inside. They couldn't fight and resist with taliban and we were witnessing a lot. And a lot of the things.

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Taliban Crush Opposition Across Afghanistan, as Chaos Builds at Airport

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:05 min | 11 months ago

Taliban Crush Opposition Across Afghanistan, as Chaos Builds at Airport

"Let's sally. Takeover of afghanistan has post more questions than it has on stirred the insurgency groups. Promise that the country would no longer be a violent basil filtering hollow. As at least three people were short and killed at a protest in jalalabad. Senior taliban leaders also say afghanistan under their watch will not be a democracy. Mas will be ruled by sharia law will earlier. Today monaco's georgina godwin spoke to helene o'donnell a columnist for foreign policy magazine who witnessed to the changes in the country firsthand. She and tour photographer. Who recently left kabul for the netherlands. Let seventy seven. I was in herat the west and a couple of weeks ago. And i was there to cover what seemed to be at the taliban is sold it was actually taliban incursion into The western city of herat. It's very big important. Wealthy part of the country. I spent time on the front lines with a called ishmael. Khan who since given oak And he was working at the time with his militia alongside Soldiers on the national security directed afghanistan's who do how do we know a former perhaps secret service. And i watched them really losing and i thought i tried to get out up to two days. My plan had been forty eight hours. I was there for five days. Because the taliban taking the road to the airport the airport was causing. It was very difficult. And i decided dan event as was watching the reality of herat full. That tyrod was a big step towards kabul and that it was time to make arrangements to leave an i. I can't tell you how lucky. I was in my tiny because via flight that i took out We've my friend and colleague westwood hosseini the pulitzer prize winning photographer from afghanistan. Who i've been working with for a decade It was the last commercial flight wheels up on sunday morning.

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The Tokyo Olympic Games Come to an End

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:25 min | 11 months ago

The Tokyo Olympic Games Come to an End

"More than two weeks of competition in thirty three sports across forty six disciplines in forty three venues for a total of three hundred thirty nine medal events. The tokyo olympics formerly came to an end on sunday with the closing ceremony. We'll joining me now. Is monaco tokyo bureau. Chief of funeral. Wilson you're not as we know. These games were delayed for year because of the pandemic when they did finally go ahead. It was in the face of a great deal of opposition from the japanese people. How do they feel now hydrogen. Well that's very question. I think you know the early polls saying that slight majority of people were okay with with the government going ahead with the games. But i wouldn't say that was a lot of enthusiasm over for the games are very pleased with the way japan did for good. Tv viewing figures. Appreciate good. but i think just going out and about in tokyo you sat and you felt like the city was slightly disconnected from the event. It was almost like the event was happening. Somewhere else People around tokyo couldn't go and see the event you weren't seeing athletes around the city so bit of a mixed picture Thrilled with the the tally of goals for japan. Which is the highest ever. But i don't know there's a slight feeling that You know. I felt like once it started. People just thought they were bit resigned. You did still see some protesters outside the stadium last night but i think the really hard opposition was worn away by the time the the event came around

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Interview With Ellen Wiles, Author of 'Live Literature'

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

02:14 min | 11 months ago

Interview With Ellen Wiles, Author of 'Live Literature'

"Welcome to monaco reads very much. No let's start with a little bit of your background because you've been a barrister and a musician that some way away from way you are. Now it is yes. I've had an interdisciplinary background or checkable trades. You could say yeah. I think having a background in music and also in advocacy is embarrassed as bobby shape the way i think about literature and the relationship between the texted. The voice of before wins. Allston bed into my approach to this new book on life that you now absolutely. Because you've got this wonderful kind of very clean analytical thought going on and i guess that's the barrister side of you but also the lovely rhythm that goes through the book and i'm guessing that's music i think so yeah i'm really interested in rhythms and the sound of words and the sound of voices and the way that those will feed together to affect how we think about about text books about communication meeting so this book live literature. The experience and cultural value of literary performance events from silence to festivals is absolutely fascinating particularly to me because my other job is as a charrette literary events. And you'll very much drilling down into into what live literature is how would you define it. Well i defined as events where literature and abroad senses performed. I'm in this country. Focusing live in person events so what happens when people get in a physical space together. And that's become all the more heightened importance and challenged in this pandemic times when sunday. All these live in person events had to change and that will happen just as as this book was about to come out so it forced me to really thank you. Know what what is the difference between a live in person event in digital abandon. How can we value them differently. But yet It's huge. It's increased so much. This century the tweet festivals loomed all over the world but also other events. And i want to take about the importance of little events in bookshops and miss recitals. Different kinds of ways in wichita can be full audiences.

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How the Olympics Is Working to Be More Environmentally-Friendly

Environment: NPR

02:01 min | 1 year ago

How the Olympics Is Working to Be More Environmentally-Friendly

"Organizers. Have pledged the games will be safe from the pandemic. they also say they'll be environmentally friendly. Npr's anthony kuhn takes a closer look at that claim last month. Grandiose music's welded a ceremony to unveil symbols of olympic sustainability when simple comes courtesy of olympic sponsor procter and gamble stanislav vesa. Ceo of png's. Japan subsidiary introduced the podiums on which athletes will get their medals. The tokyo atlanta twenty podiums are made for use plastic packages directly collected by consumers and then recycled even the gold silver and bronze part of the symbolism. They'll be extracted from recycled cell phones and other gadgets to make the athletes medals but some analysts say the symbolism of sustainability exaggerates the reality unfortunately the data show that stability in all dimensions is decreasing over time from nineteen ninety. Two to twenty twenty. That's fan daniel wolf. At the university of lausanne switzerland he co authored. A study of the sustainability of recent olympic games wolf define sustainable as having limited ecological impact promoting social justice and being economically efficient. These goals he says tend to take a back seat to the ambition to put on dazzling mega events but wolf and some environmental groups. Do give olympic organizers credit for at least trying. Monaco konishi is the climate and energy project leader at wwf japan. She praises the games energy plan. So the extra electricity that is required for the tokyo olympic will be one hundred percent renewable energy and that could be a very good role model for the future olympics. The games will of course still produce carbon emissions. But she says the organizers have already secured more than enough carbon credits to try to offset the greenhouse gases. The games

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The Musical Chairs Between Robert Mueller, John P. Carlin, and Lisa Monaco

The Dan Bongino Show

01:26 min | 1 year ago

The Musical Chairs Between Robert Mueller, John P. Carlin, and Lisa Monaco

"If you go to John Carlin's scam MPD, otherwise known as Wikipedia Page. You'll see on there. That him and Lisa Monaco traded spots in the higher up positions in the Department of Justice Quite often, Look at this. United States, assistant attorney general for the National Security Division. Mm. It was John Carlin. Who was he proceeded by Lisa Monaco, the same people investigating Trump the same person again again. It's my Gator. Here. Acting United States Deputy Attorney general John Carlin. Who succeeded him. Lisa Monaco. It's like musical chairs. Where the deep state then why do the same people keep turning up in these positions all the time? They're both back. Carlin was appointed back into the Biden administration. And so is Monaco. They were key players in the spiky thing, and they're investigating Trump again. For the same thing they did spying on Nunes. And his phone records. This is again think that that Oh, I'm trying to keep this show family friendly. The great fruits on these people. The Democrats don't care. They know the media cover for

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Trump Administration, House Democrats House Intelligence Committee And Eric Swalwell discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Trump Administration, House Democrats House Intelligence Committee And Eric Swalwell discussed on AP News Radio

"The justice department once an internal probe of revelations that the trump administration seized phone data from house Democrats house intelligence committee members Adam Schiff and Eric Swalwell have been told the trump era justice department sees the data as part of an aggressive crackdown on leaks while the department routinely investigates leaks opening such a probe into lawmakers is extraordinarily rare a senior justice department official tells the AP deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco was asking the department's watchdog to investigate that comes after the Senate's top Democrats demanded trump attorneys general bill Barr and Jeff sessions testified about the seizures Sager made Ghani

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"monaco" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

Trailer Junkies Podcast

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"monaco" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

"Anna what we've seen but we think i mean we're talking up like twelve episodes of a series every couple of weeks. You know i. Yeah you watch still much. You can't even keep track. I can't even keep track him. I'll be honest. I mean rogue one. See now you got saying mandalorian. I love that i love cobra kai oh yeah the mandalorian. We finished that was another one. We finished yeah. I mean that was great. I can't remember some of the other shows we've seen him. There's so many of them you know it's hard you know it's hard. It's hard to get a a thirteen year. Old girl who likes like horror movies like r. rated horror movies like he doesn't care about blood and guts and gore and stuff and she watches stuff that i don't even care for and i'm like my parents do not care that she's watching the the but whatever she's fine she doesn't she doesn't bother me with it and just don't tell mom it's fine. We're fine and then attacked. Have an eleven year old. Who's very sensitive about the movies that he watches in the drama that he sees like if there's tension and a scene like hell ask us to turn the thing off you know like he's he doesn't like a lot of heightened tension like emotional tension emotional tension or somebody's like find something out and i said all right. Well the you know you're become a very hard person to movies for. But while we are away on christmas day or christmas no on new year's eve the evening year's eve whatever during the day we we took some time off and we're like all right. Let's watch a movie. And i found mrs doubtfire seen it forever and i was like oh we should watch mrs doubtfire and i thought and bryce oh man. He was enthralled by the movie he loved it. There are scenes where he was running out of the room. And we're up. We're up in los gatos so he would run out of their own run upstairs and he'd run late far away as he could run..

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"monaco" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

Trailer Junkies Podcast

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"monaco" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

"Her not her wheelhouse. it's not. It's not the crown. It's oh know what so anenih. You know frank you'll be happy. We're watching west wing like it's going out of business you know like we're still you love you love west wing back in the day. I said yeah. That's a good show. That was a good show. Yeah yeah yeah. Oh yeah and used to and i said and i said there's only a couple of times president bartlett pulls out a cigarette and smokes and he talks about it on the on the on the show and i said yeah and frank was smoking with them for in real life and i know that from running in maine that that that's a great show west wing. That was so and then the only other thing i mean i watched tons of stuff so we won't hit all of it but over the over the moon it would. It's a great netflix movie. That i don't know whether you you and the kids have seen it or not but jimmy for you in the family. It's a great family. I don't know why maybe we did watch no over over the moon. It's like It's a chinese story. It's it's so sad. It's written by audrey wells and she wrote it as a swansong. She wrote it when she had cancer. Uh man and she had and she knew that she was leaving her white her husband in her children and she wrote it for them. And it's kind of this story of a mother who passes away and leaves the husband and the daughter and And there's this chinese fairy tale of what what the moon is in the woman who lives in the moon and and they kind of should this woman. This girl goes on a fantasy trip to the moon. And it's just a beautifully musical and color driven movie and you wanna talk about sound design. We have Seven point one in the house. You know so i have speakers it like mid and rear right right and there's a couple of the songs where they're just spinning and lights and sounds and it's all going home and going all over the man that's so it's amazing. Yeah we'll have to watch that cool. How'd you guys did you guys. Have you guys seen the movie on disney channel sole. Oh so we have. I haven't seen that yet. Yeah yeah we watch so excellent movie. That was cute. That was so great. Oh we'd love that movie. Yeah we haven't had the it's on the list. I think we were probably going to watch it tomorrow or maybe possibly next weekend but yeah that's definitely coming up on. The list is will love. It could very well done. Yeah i'm looking forward to it. Yeah oh when when when quick story when quick story about dr And i don't. I don't know if i told this before but i don't think i've told frank for sure we were doing marketing for up. You know the the movie back in the day and Pete doctor came and he introduced the movie to us as the marketing team from disney. That was going to promote the movie throughout all the other lines of business and he basically introduced this movie..

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"monaco" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

Trailer Junkies Podcast

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"monaco" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

"God's work it is. It's so necessary because you guys need to make sure the mental health. Everybody like we have at least some beta entertainment to distract us from lake. The hundreds of thousands of people dying and everything. Okay like it's god's work man. It's scary it is it is and i think what you guys are doing is is as important as the healthcare and education and all that stuff because at the end of the day a mental at end of the day when everybody comes home from work like click home and she's stressed and she's taken showers and all this stuff man i don't care if it's warner brothers or disney or whatever you know i don't care if whatever it is nbc or whatever you plop down on the sofa and you're like i need a break that's us and that's the break serious that's the break in l. It gives you that mental break. Because he can't do the things that you typically otherwise would do right. So frank man. You're like a soldier. Now that i do thank you for your service man. Thank you for your essential work. I put my That risk to yeah so when you come home. What's anna saying. She like frank. What's going on work today. She is she concerned where eaters she just kind of like going with the flow. Or what's her attitude. Go with the flow. But we do exactly what you guys said. Watch shows we watch like cobra kai mandalorian watch now. Whatever the flavor of the we'll watch exactly you finish the mandalorian to then. I think i've watched more. Tv in the last year. I had my whole lifetime. How it is it's amazing. Yeah it's a frank you finish the mandalorian to up. Give us your brief feedback. What do you think. I thought it was pregnant. Fantastic did you realize it took place shortly after jedi. Yeah well i mean before before lou in you knew the time-frame time-frame yeah you did realize i thought i thought i thought they made that clear in mean with bubba fat. Yeah i guess it was kind of came here that it was post. Yeah post jeddah post return of the jedi but not too far the cgi. For luke skywalker wasn't the greatest but it back yeah it. It looked kind of as little fake. But it's only it's only. It's only getting better. It's only getting better and it's gonna get better every year but grow goo..

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"monaco" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

Trailer Junkies Podcast

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"monaco" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

"And we're talking to frank. And i see you got wally and star wars in the back and your your movie poster. So why the hell not right. Yes sir all right. Big what. You have there fourth okay. So i had to go to bev mo because you. I forgot about the time. So i have a full circle. Brewing company's called the ila vanilla. It's a milkshake. I p a milkshake. Ip in yes. And it's a brute in fresno california nice so crackle soccer you know. It's funny. I haven't had it since like christmas when my in laws were hearing all this. Yeah and it seems spicier than i remember but maybe because i don't know i haven't. I haven't had bureau week. I don't know maybe that's the reason who knows bureau week. You aren't distracted by having people over and worried about your your meals year your long laundry list of meals that i heard you when we were we were all over braved curses. How is it has a taste. It's actually really good. It doesn't taste like a milk. Shake like it says it. Is that a sixteen ounce. Yes sixteen ounce but says milkshake. Nice but doesn't taste like a milkshake. It's it's more sweeter like a lemony. Okay good though. It's good cool so frank. Last we talked. Go back to august now. Man time gets by. Doesn't it yeah. Last we talked you were production was down. Macbeth was just starting up with denzel washington. Or i shouldn't say starting it was just getting back to production and you. I think we're coming back from a layoff. As i recall and getting back to work and everything so kinda give us the highlights and lowlights and maybe phyllis in with kind of like just a brief overview where things are now. And let's then we could get into the conversation of what warner brothers has been up to in the fall of covid. Well let's see here. So now i only have one show for now Last week after the holiday and it was all americans but next week all the shows are going to be back so pretty much every show. That warner brothers. Does they've been shooting for the last since june route so everything is one hundred percent ramped up. So everything's going in spite of like the cova d- cases from from thanksgiving from christmas on the rise. Everything's yeah yeah all the surges and everything. Yeah that's why they took a two weeks or about a some show that one show took a week. The other ones took two weeks just to make sure after the holidays that people get tested before they they come back oh so they were offer. Those couple of weeks waiting most quarantining. Everybody in a sense. Is that what you mean..

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"monaco" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

Trailer Junkies Podcast

07:53 min | 2 years ago

"monaco" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

"Dick Butkus one of the bears best players of all time the Chicago bears was done with this scene and he's walking down the street and I had my little Chicago bears hat on and my friend who was electrocution had a green bay packer had no. Now you know being from Chicago, you hate the packer rare packer fans eight their fans. So me and my friend Max we run up to Dick and he sees me with my bears hat on he goes you find you get out of here he was talking to my. Boyfriend Max left and we were We must have talked to him for like fifteen twenty minutes and that was the highlight of my career is needing. Oh, that's so cool. In and where you only have trailers and posters to judge a movie Jim and Ted Strike Out to answer the age old question, will you see it? The. Good evening it is episode one, Twenty, eight and Ted and his family are traveling across the US on a road trip back to DC where they originally from. So tonight, instead of Ted I have Frank Monaco who works for Warner Brothers studios with us. Frank how the Hell Aria. I'm doing good. My cousin. Yeah. Frank is my cousin by the way and we. I told him I said, hey, how about you trying to on the podcast and you know kind of take the place spare everybody another replay. So you have a stella you said tonight, right to be dress I have a stella. Right so still I don't know if I've ever had a stellar on this show says Belgium Belgium beer. My wife got still is good I like style. This is a good logger. A firestone Union Jack and I don't know I might have had the sun the show. But after one, hundred, twenty, eight episodes who the hell's counting you know I can't keep track a lot of beer my friend, a lot of beer. For Beard's we try to do a different one every night, but I'm probably going to start running out of him after some point. All right. Frank. We got you on the show tonight and every once in a while we do some industry interviews we people on who work in the industry in different realms and everything we've had trailer editors. We've had audio people we've had musicians we've had directors and producers. We've had a lot of different people on the show. So. Give us a bit of a background about what you do where you work how long you've been there and you know anything else. You'd think people would enjoy hearing about you your job and and you know we could get into some fun stories and after that well, I've been at Warner Brothers studios for thirty years. This is my thirtieth year. Wait thirty, thirty years. They don't give people that much time for murder. Thirty years and I actually in the summertime I keep everybody. Cool. So we take care of the stages we take care of the office buildings we take our sound stages I I did Ellen for like ten years controlling her temperature I in the wintertime we take care of the heat keep everybody warm and that's what I've been doing for the last thirty years. Yeah and you've been I. Know You've been nights for a long time and that's like when people would shoot most often or yes. A lot of long hours Jim I worked seventeen years at night and I remember for example when. Brooke Shields had her pilot suddenly. Susan. On bring anybody remembers that show. But yeah, I remember that show. Yeah. So I remember they shot the pilot and then they wanted to recast one of the actors it's been. So long I don't remember but I stay two weeks till six in the morning. A Lot. That's one thing about working nights in these shows you're gonNA. Stay a long time with brick shields the one in like blue lagoon the. And Blue Lagoon she was. Married to a Agassi the tennis player. Okay. And I remember seeing him a lot on the stage always had his tennis racket in the stage. It was funny. He always used to swinging inside the stage while she was shooting was. The hitting hitting a ball just swinging it no wants a hit a ball. He was just swinging. It is practicing I. Guess that was like in his prime I. Guess. Yeah whenever you need to I guess it's like a gull for just dislike shoot blanks, golf balls or something you know exactly but no, but he was he was really cool and. One thing about working in, Hollywood, is you work a lot of hours, lots of our. Our friends and West Wing and they'd be there to four or five and Gilmore Girls I. Mean I was there to four or five in the morning every single night especially like well, for example, if they have a call time at six on Monday, two days going to be eight o'clock and then Wednesday is going to be ten o'clock and then Thursday's going to be you know noon and then Friday comes and their start time is to always do fourteen hours usually. So, I was there like every Friday I knew was there till four or five or six in the morning? And the actors and everybody there the whole time there the whole time. To work harder something and it's like a hard work. Well, it is. It is very hard because I remember once Gilmore girls were shooting. So I went over to my buddy and he was a sound engineer, the sound mixer at the time and I said Hey much longer got goes we'll be done eleven o'clock. So I go over there eleven o'clock he goes now we're still shooting I ended up staying till five in the morning. One of the actors couldn't get his line and it was very basic line and I remember he. Producer. He goes. Okay that's it. We're done just printed whatever it takes. That's good enough. We're going home I was there to five in the morning they're supposed to wrap at ten thirty. In the morning. That's good enough. That's what he said. He was just so fed up because it kid couldn't get his line I mean it was like and everybody on the show was really getting frustrated and they said that's it. That's enough. I mean, I'm like craft, service and food and everything is going the whole night. Oh Jeez Jim off while let's see friends used to ship in a while when friends had their audience. I think it was on Friday or Thursday it's been so long but they would ship in philly cheese steaks from. Chicago Chicago like pizza from. The. They had the best craft Sir I mean I'm not exaggerating I. Eat like a king go in there. Oh has some food Chinese food. philly cheese steaks You you'd be surprised what kind of food they had some of these shows and this is friends. This is friends Oh man, and so the main reason you're staying so you can help shut down the stage at when everything's over is with the heat and air conditioning. Well, you gotTA consider though With the middle of the summertime, these stages with these lights before they had led lights, they didn't have led now they got led lights that run a lot cooler than the old lights used to run. But yeah, those stages the gut to one hundred degrees if the air was a non Oh man because of the lighting. Yes. Because of the lighting I'm not exaggerating wow. Yeah it they'll stages got hot. So we would have I'd have all the pump until they were done. I couldn't leave until they.

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"monaco" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"monaco" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Monaco's are the with us live from the house chamber and we know that the president is heading into this speech bullied by some really good approval numbers we're joined by our polling director here at ABC news Gary Langer of lying a research associates Gary his his approval rating is is higher than it's been well yeah it's a mixed bag Erin on one hand this president in our latest data has a forty four percent job approval rating that matches the height of his career on the other hand fifty one percent more disapprove though that's down seven points just since October to the low of his career so comparatively he's got a decent job approval rating for this president at the same time we need some context around that in pulling back seventy five years Donald trumps career average approval rating thirty nine percent is the lowest on record he's also the first president we've ever seen never to achieve yet majority approval who is is there anything that that shows what accounts for that maybe because he and and he will say this tonight that that he is overseeing an economy that is strong and he's getting credit for that what's holding him back here you think we might hear a little about the economy tonight let's talk about that first the president's job approval rating for handling the economy fifty six percent twelve points higher than his approval overall of ten points just since October and the highest of his career of you know those those economic tail winds he's experiencing are clearly boosting him and there's some strong data behind it the number of Americans Erin who say that they're worried about maintaining their current standard of living was sixty three percent four years ago it's forty three percent today twenty percentage point drop in that basic fundamental economic anxiety in there's a weekly survey we do for Bloomberg it's gone on for thirty four years and just last week the number of Americans who give a positive rating to their own finances and to the buying climate reach thirty four year highs so those are the the tail winds the president has in his favor at the same time he's a controversial president he gets much lower ratings on a variety of individual issues and of course views of him are very highly partisan even emotionally so but with so much less economic uneasiness that you're finding Gerry is that then insurmountable for for any democratic challenger no a strong economy doesn't guarantee of president reelection it just makes it possible right if the economy is in terrible shape than reelection is really unlikely for president if it's in good shape then he gets to be evaluated across a range of other issues certainly service certainly helps in the present is now running evenly with leading Democrats among registered voters of market a proven form for over just the last few months again it has as the economy has stepped up so well ABC's Gary Langer our polling director of lying a research associates Gerry thanks president trump has just departed the White House in the company of First Lady Malinda trump for the short drive to capital let's check back in with ABC's Mona because our ID live in the house chamber where Mona I'm struck that Nancy Pelosi dressed in white is there chatting with vice president Mike pence she hasn't spoken to the president I think since October that's right there's a senior aide to the speaker said that the last time Lucy in the president spoke was back in October and of course just four months ago the speaker went before.

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"monaco" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"monaco" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Monaco is synonymous with the highlight Roddy and martinis making yachts and motor boat that's all I would be wet hold the wealthiest people read that Stephen sold to me a long time resident whose job among other things is to help wealthy foreigners move here his father produce the early James Bond films and Stephen pitches the principality with the hyperbole of a Hollywood producer Monaco is utopia yeah it's a country with no suffering that well hundred different nationalities lived together protected in please buy a planet loving prince this well well I'm talking about you too because it's a perfect society a perfect society the first thing you really notice about Monaco is how small it is less than a square mile carved out of the coastline of freedoms cramped alcove the aging apartments hugging a harbor barely big enough for the boats the dock here there's certainly more yachts in utopia then I imagine there would be well this is your heaven it's the maker of the art yeah they always say that two times in your team that are fun the day you buy it and he said let's with enough money you can buy just about anything in Monaco more luxury shops in supermarkets fund raisers or the social events of the summer and whatever you have you can flaunt it without fear isn't a police state but there are cops everywhere very polite the salute when they see you but make no mistake there watching everything not just with cops on corners but cameras lots of them clocking pedestrians and each card that comes into the country they see everything I see everything and I'm happy about that because I know that I'm live in safety I'm secure and that the government of this country take that very seriously.

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