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Men In Blazers
"nantes" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"Always said football anthems just don't have enough piccolo in the that was of course the hymn of not Alain Monte we're now off into the Europa League well last week. We saw to be honest, a really good playoff round, a wide open Barcelona shipped twice to Manchester United, Monaco and Leverkusen's use score or ice score match ended with a 92nd minute winner by excel disa C, plenty of deeply intriguing ties set up in the second leg of those playoffs. Rui, you take the Europa League today. What match you're looking at this week? Yeah, and to be fair, the second line of monitor laboratories and should be fascinating, just as of how beautifully poised the tie is. That was a really even game. I think 5 outstanding goals. If you haven't seen Florian versus footwork for labor to second, it's really worth catching. But I'm going to go for non uve because partly does not is a great story that they're back in Europe for the first time in 20 years under Antoine kumbara, that it's out on the windswept West Coast of France after a moment of which one's western, which one's east. It's the one by the Atlantic. Unlike the way you know it's windswept, but you just did it. It's definitely roger. I've flown into Nantes. It's wind swept. It's a great stadium la bourgeois. It's a real traditional footballing town, real traditional footballing powerhouse not in what used to be French football before the PSG thing happened. They were delighted to be in the playoff round of Europa League is every child's dream to be in the playoff rounds of the Europa League. I think they went to Turing to play Juventus without any real, not hope, but expectation. They would go in as it was a great day out. It was a great European trip, one of the true giants of European football. And they went one nil down relatively early on. And I think they thought, okay, this is a hold on, grit our teeth, gird our loins. Let's get through this. And in the second half, they ended up picking uve off on the counter attack. The goal that they stored was beautiful, there were two or three others that they really should have won that game. And it sets up perfectly for a return on the windswept coast of western France. Because non to go through and if not go through, that is yet another disaster for Juventus in a season that is becoming a real kind of Anna cerebus for massimiliano ledger for all of the members of the board who have already resigned. There are police investigations, this allegations of corruptions, there's criminal potential criminal charges, Linden over the club, they've been dot 15 points already. They're having a bad time with it, Juventus, and not could make it significantly worse. I am so here and I'm frightened by just how much I am here for Juventus. Europa League misadventures that I derive so much joy. Honestly, a shameful amount. It can only be a shameful amount of joy from that, but none. What a team. What a rich heritage, a team that gave French football Marcel de saye, Didier deschamps. And of course, the one they all talk about across France when they think of this team, Alejandro bedoya. That game, Thursday, 1245 p.m. eastern on paramount plus. The only thing that can make it even better is if it were in
"nantes" Discussed on Shitz Grim
"Joel, by his own confession, since 1432, he ordered the killing of children with an estimated amount of over a hundred deaths. He even testified to assault in the children prior to or even after their death. Yeah, so it's like one thing to have the allegation made against him, but now it's another thing he's literally admitting to these allegations. Okay. I just got to say though. All the accounts, I mean, they're just so gruesome. And with what we have seen comes from modern day serial killers, it's really not unlikely to believe that someone has depraved as this could ever have existed. Now here's something I find even more twisted. During his execution, he apparently displayed remorse for his actions. That he was then recognized as a model of Christian penitence. Can you believe that shit? I mean, even more fucked up is a tradition that lasted nearly a century in which parents around Nantes France would commemorate shoulder ray by whipping their children, allegedly to impress upon them the gravity of the sins for which he repented for. Like, I'm still trying to wrap my head around that one. Like, how do you whip your kids to teach them not to do these things? I mean, what happened to just sitting down and teaching them right from wrong? Yeah, it's sort of like, you know, you take little Johnny over here and you whoop his ass because little Robbie down the road broke something, or did something wrong. Yeah. And so to teach little Johnny not to do what little Robbie did, you beat little Johnny's ass for it. I don't get it. You know, I mean, I just, I understand what they're doing and why they're doing. I just don't understand the logic behind it. You know, I don't see the connection here. No. I don't see it either. Now, anyways, despite jewelry confessing..
"nantes" Discussed on Shitz Grim
"The influence he wielded in this region. That the lower class or possibly peasants were too afraid to speak out or even launch any accusations against him. True. I mean, sure. Many were and many may have felt powerless. But luckily, you know, this wouldn't go on for too long. So, see, by 1440s, Joe deray was arrested due to a dispute he had with the cleric. Who allegedly was later kidnapped by Joe and his man. And of course the dispute was unrelated to the crimes that were being committed. But they were going at it with each other. This little dispute, of course, caused the bishop of Nantes to get involved along with the duke of Brittany. Okay, now they gotta sort shit out because you have high esteemed officials here. They're at each other's necks. So as luck would have it, the bishop of Nantes and the duke of Brittany, they launch an investigation. All right? As a result, there was troubling evidence that was later found. Again, going back to Joe's servants dumping bodies. Apparently, the local officials were able to actually uncover evidence of 100 boys who went missing in the span of nearly a decade. Eli, I just have to say. The hearing of how he allegedly took a hundred boys. It almost reminds me of that fable, the pied piper. Oh yeah. Since you were right, since he said he took over a 130 children and their fate was unknown. Yeah, yeah, for sure. I mean, it does kind of remind me of that. Huge differences obviously culturally speaking. And the time frames were different. But it was a fable from what was passed down through generations, but there are indications that it was possibly real. Due to some of the evidence that they've uncovered about that. Especially in that region, there's many different theories to the children being led to a cave. Or going on some music festival and apparently they like dance themselves to death. Or they were led on a colonizing mission to a neighboring area, which the latter is actually widely believed compared to the previous ones because the children in that fable I don't like. I don't know why I keep saying favor because apparently it's like it's something that truly took place. The children, their names. You know, in this neighboring area that they.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"nantes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"D.C. get a check on world and national news Hey Nantes Thanks Carol President Biden is clarifying the U.S. stance on Russia after some confusion following a comment he made yesterday about the possibility of a minor incursion by Russia into Ukraine President Biden today put it plainly any movement by Russia into Ukraine constitutes an invasion We met with severe and coordinated economic response that I've discussed in detail with our allies as well as laid out very clearly for president Putin Biden's Secretary of State Antony Blinken will be meeting with Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov tomorrow The January 6th committee is moving quickly now that the Supreme Court has denied former president Trump's bid to keep lawmakers from seeing his records Bloomberg's Nathan Hager with more from Washington Democrat Bennie Thompson shares the select panel investigating the capital insurrection He says potentially hundreds of pages of White House documents will be made public as soon as lawmakers go through them and figure out what can and can't be released Thompson says the committee is anxiously awaiting about 800 pages of visitor and call logs emails draft speeches and notes from the national archives He says they could shed light on what president Trump and his team said and did leading up to the riot In Washington I'm Nathan Hager Bloomberg radio And Atlanta district attorney is asking to convene a special grand jury to investigate Donald Trump's alleged attempts to overturn Georgia's election results Part of the probe centers on a phone call between president Trump and Georgia's Secretary of State Brad raffensperger in which Trump asked raffensperger to find enough votes to overturn Joe Biden's Georgia win Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists.
The Bill Simmons Podcast
"nantes" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"A guy who's a potential or not potential is a top ten guy in the league. The game was until this season. Agreed. I just, the history of that stuff, unless you're getting somebody else awesome back doesn't work. On the flip side, he's 31. He's had the abdominal abdominal thing this year. I don't love the history of little guards as they get older and you saw it with Kemba. Now come back had some knee injuries and stuff. But when you're little and you lose like that one third of a step or a half step, your game can completely change. And Thomas Thomas is another one. Yeah. Now he's a better shooter than either of those guys where I get it. And he's a better player too. At the same time, I don't feel like this team is remotely close. I don't like the players that they have together, nurkic is an on his last year. Covington's on his last year. I think it would be hard to even get real assets back from them. You're almost you might have to look at taking a longer contract back for one of those guys to even get rid of them for any sort of value. And I just don't really know what the moves are. I think it's a weird team. Where you have nurkic comments and Nantes and then you have the two small guards and then pals in there. And then you have this slew of guys off the bench that you never know where you're getting. I just don't know what the identity of that team is. It makes no sense to me, whereas you watch the bulls. I didn't love the doros and contracts. I was did not like, I thought it was too much money. He watched the bulls and they just make sense. They like playing with each other. So you go from that bowls game the other night where they lay it to the nets and Derozan was unbelievable. And then you watch Portland and they're like beyond a funk and the Celtics are doing whatever they want and they look like they're getting a 150 points. That seemed like a cry for help kind of lost me. So I think they're in blowed up mode. The question is, is it McCollum or is it? I think my column isn't the blowout up route. That's the we're going for it all route, because with my call, and if let's think about what Sean shirani reported in early October, Philadelphia offered Portland Ben Simmons for CJ McCollum and three firsts and three first round pick swaps, which is an unreasonable amount to ask for, which is that by Portland said no. But the conversations, at least indicate that Philly has some interest in their part in absorbing the column as the veteran and a deal. There's a lot of room for negotiation there. And if you're Portland, to me, Ben Simmons makes logical sense as everybody has been talking about as one of the two moves just because of what he could bring to the table with their defense and with the blowing in the half court. But it's what's the other moves to me that I think about around that idea. For the blazers, if they go that route, but ultimately they'll be like, as you're saying, blow it up. As we're both saying, here, blow it up as a very fair route for them, especially considering how strong those upcoming draft classes are. And these moves might not be enough anyway. The McCollum thinks tough because it was he was a lot more palatable before he was making 33 million a year. Yeah. Makes him harder to trade. You got to get a big salary back. And you know, I went to I thought that were more CJ McCollum trades out there that I'd be excited about than there was. Because somebody's got to have the big, like, for instance, if you're Toronto, and Portland's like, hey, fuck it. McCollum for siakam, what do you think? And siakam is somebody who I think we both know is available. I don't know if I do that if I'm Toronto. Where does that get me? McCollum. I think McCollum's a hard guy to fit with who you have if you have like another small guard. Now you're in the same situation in Portland's inn. So it's almost like it's got to be their team. I think the Knicks would actually weirdly make sense for him because he could be somebody who could create crunch time. That's a team that their point guard situation isn't like incredible. RJ Barrett, but that's the Knicks can't really do anything until mid December. To me, I think if you're gonna do dame, this is the time to kick the tires on it. And see if you can get the Simmons in maxi and some picks from Philly a Philly's feeling a little panicky that they have the Simmons asset that they're not gonna get anything from. And I guess the question is, how many picks is that? And is that enough? Should more teams be involved? I was trying to figure out a four teamer. This is the fake trade I'm going to throw at you for MBA trades after dark. Where the Knicks get the Aaron Fox. Sacramento gets bent Sacramento against Ben Simmons and Albert's Philly gets Damien Lillard, Portland gets maxi RJ Barrett, Bagley knocks and a slew of picks. Um. Something like that. Who does Portland get it again? Give me those names for Portland. Support and we get.
Comunicazione Emozionale con Ema
"nantes" Discussed on Comunicazione Emozionale con Ema
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The Business of Fashion Podcast
"nantes" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast
"Why do you feel optimistic now. I think before it was more about ringing. The bell alarming people because like in the fashion industry. No one was looking at that in the word. I think some people were really doing it but in the fashion industry is like we were all blind continuing doing show and having fun i like to a fan of course but depending well and Yeah and of course. I was worried you know and i was also working for this industry so do not want it to be a part of just being there making one more skirt you know i will have phelan useful and this is why i start also when when I started like four years ago. My first question like was wide win. One more designer. We don't need. I can do something else. But if i'm there i have to at least Making a small change Yeah on on the mind on the process on how we think about business how we think about people how we think about fashion. How we feel think about consuming everything. And i'm just there to question and i'm just giving some lil answers and trying to survive also in this industry with that type of questioning is also not always simple Yeah so that's basically what we are trying to. I understand you recently. Took on the title of ceo at this business. No i'm not to see you. I'm just running the business running the business right. You don't have yeah yeah. How do you manage the creative in the business because so many the historical way that creative people work in fashion as they find a business partner for. You're doing both is. Is that important to your making this business successful in your own vision. I think it was always the case So nothing really change You know from now two four years ago. it's. I'm just walking the same way. Never really disassociate creation from process. Like this is really something that is in me and in this brand like everyone also even like if people working with me here. They all know the process of work here And yeah and also maybe because actually the company's not really business driver and the goal of this company is not to make money then. We don't really need to see you. The gospel company is to make money. And it's not business driven. What is the goal of the company. I think the goal is the of. The company is to Question the fashion industry. Try to resolve some of the question. I mean basically every day. We aren't doing that and it's to make an ecosystem a new ecosystem Can of exists survive in this in an environment that is really different with new process of even building the company from murky garment. So it's trying new ways and does for me what we are doing. And of course we are growing as nantes of people amount of like friends and family and People that like what we do so this is growing but the goal is not even to grow. You know if if the size of the company after stay like his rhino. It's also fine and if it grows could be good but depending how and every time even if we grow will question myself okay. Does that make sense. It's a different mindset. Do you have these big luxury houses. Ever coming to talk to you. I mean people call you the rising star of paris right. You're the you're the one that people are watching right now and i'm sure you. Lvmh in carrying and these groups are coming in trying to do stuff with you. Would you ever consider that for now. I refused But let's see you know tomorrow maybe because Yeah creative parts and business spot. Were always really separate. And i think as a designer It's not interesting if you have only to do something that is driven by the idea of someone else That's why i refuse. And if i will have the tube keys. And i could change. Production chain logistic chain financial Financial part of it margin of the garments You know building where we were. You know what we eat exit then maybe do it but this is not what people i caught it. There's one thing you have. That is actually really critical to. I think a successful fashion business whether it's a small or big one beyond your creativity which is this little moon signature. You've you've created a signature that people recognize right. A lot of people might have seen it on beyond say or many many many other people. Can you tell us the story about the what that symbol means This is basically the symbol of my frus collection at lacombe. I mean my. I own my last actually And it was for a show that was actually called hidehiko called for love call for love. Yes so that's where everything started. And then from that. This is where i created actually moved up and i felt that this moon top could be something that was you know for my friend and there was kind of skiing and i see also be like tattoo and also kind of community shirt but i was never thinking. It will work adjusted. Nfo kate that luke quite nice And then i put the t shirt at pocono and then suddenly you know like so more and more people dressing the moon to even myself idress it. A lot.
"nantes" Discussed on Uncommon
"That volunteer nightcap saad project it on your own night's rum from mom working on so that one's more of that financially influences in some trading software that would build yet again. Just something involved in separately bitch Staff that we have here nightcap you sort of as a nucleus long a different projects i cap is just one of them You know there's another project that one of the guys at a hot from In two zero zero four has built the software. The bested Doing some work with Wet with rugged headline before the name rings a bell did work sponsorship with evidence and that spicer the interest that's probably From that but he worked across advantage along guy. Hayes started at a platform called advir. Tried away sort of the last minute. Dot com of appetizing. Say can you put it in. Yeah it's just what you now like a really cool startup that it's the dada janney side. Anything nothing involved another pace a company pay box. Anything is what you find is with these companies. You're writing now. You're al is you learn Legal accounting it's just the product at the end and you can get not products and get another prompt in front of the rest of the machines. Cy yana stand the machine. And how that works you can be part of any business at that's gone. You don't really have to understand it because you're bringing on how we can put together. The rest of this stuff can help someone build software but not understand what software dow's big sought at by while the toronto like afternoon to notch the minor. The on getting a cat understand because simple person. Wabe out the talk. You failed in the future. We'll just we'll do projects now idea of app but we know the rest of the the entities and how works. We'll look. I feel like we can talk about stuff ideas but i'm wary of of time and i want to touch holden some rapid fire questions to finish things off. 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That i bought from a two dollar store so i think what i would have bought him when i was twenty one and i still have them out. Every day is a cloth every day. They kept the hawaii sir. Funny i've got something similar. Like i've had ever since i moved hunting. I've had it for years now as you don't even really think about little stuff like that and you take it with you ever road like from Although i observe kids are investment. Ever joe murphy. Thanks for coming on the show way. Can people find you on the into whips twitter. I have instagram. I'll have late in old and author had vice book. Which on our side. If you want to get in touch with me linden suffice to get get me. On linked to enroll make sure we link all that and everything in the shot tonight Thanks coming on the show. Join rasiah thank so much for checking out this episode. If you liked it do subscribe and of course like on ship if you're watching as well we really appreciate that. 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"nantes" Discussed on WORLD OVER
"Level that is the businesses and their clientele. Father sir. thank you for being here. We'll check in with you very soon. God bless you and phil. I'm going to continue with you. Speaking of france on monday a rwandan refugee living in france was arrested for allegedly killing a catholic priest. Father olivier marie who was head of the montfortain missionary order now. According to reports the refugee known as emmanuel song was invited to stay at the residence by father he while he awaited trial for setting fire to the cathedral of saint. Peter and paul innocuous last summer now. The refugee had reportedly set the fire after his application for asylum had been rejected and was facing deportation from france. Your thoughts here. Although not being looked at as a terrorist attack phil francis suffered attacks on priests and churches repeatedly over the last. Several years. macron denounced Father maurice death your reaction when you heard this story. Well the tragic story. And i don't know personally but i assume that this is a very troubled man. It however does speak to a lack of prudence. I think on the part of the montfort community that they would take in a man who was wanted for charged with a violent act against the catholic church. The charity that they showed is commendable. and i hate to criticize someone for an excess of charity. But this was a man who probably needed more help than that community could give him and i wonder if their attitude was unduly influenced by their anxiety to to help immigrants so to be seen as opposing anti immigrant. Feeling this. there's a fierce political debate over immigration laws already brewing in france. Sadly it's not the first story of a refugee who is being helped by a priest to only have turned on that priest the afterward last september. Father roberto malia seaney was an italian priest was killed by a migrant. He helped in the northern italian diocese of cuomo in france marianela pen. The president of the national rally who will likely run against macron next year tweeted in france. One can be an illegal immigrant. Set fire to the cathedral in nantes as never be deported and then offend by murdering priests. Are there lessons here for us in the us. Phil or is this. Just an isolated event in france. I think there are lessons for us in the un. It was the failure of the government Because this man wanted for charged with violent crimes should not have been loose unsupervised The other concern. That i have is that there is a an antipathy towards the church not just about among immigrants. It's growing throughout our society throughout western society. Churches are vulnerable and we need protection and we need to be prudent about protecting ourselves our institutions a few summers ago. I remember traveling through france in paris. And you could see the burn marks on the sides of these churches in the side doors some of course entirely torch. But this shouldn't be going on. This should not be going on in the west and certainly not in. Your a photograph was taken in november of two thousand sixteen first published by the french catholic newspaper lacroix on july fifteenth. And it shows amana identified as father maurice killer. Greeting pope francis during an audience is part of the catholics catholic church's jubilee of mercy. Fill the pope is repeatedly called european nations to take in migrants and refugees. Does the catholic church need to be careful about promoting unregulated migration of groups into europe..
The Birder's Guide
"nantes" Discussed on The Birder's Guide
"I folks welcome back to the bird as god different this week. So if you're listening through the podcast which shame. Must've you will be a have recorded the video of this episode And i'm going to record the videos moving forwards so if you'd like to watch my conversation today It'll be on youtube. So yeah so anyway. So i was watching on youtube. Welcome if this is your first. Tom and hello again. If it's not anyway i've i've had a few people. Okay sorry first of all. I apologize for the picture quality I'm doing this at about ten. Thirty at nantes. 'cause i just got back from a meeting. the picture quality on the actual conversation i have or did have earlier. Today is much better. I promise i will not do it like this again. I thought to myself. When i decided to do a video i thought to myself. I need to make sure that. I've got a good background. And i look very professional and then about twenty minutes before i was going to record kicked out of my office For someone else to use so instead you get to look at aspect bedroom and you get to look at a picture of a giraffe. A photo that. I took in one of the game parks in south africa as a draft with a red booed ox pecker rally on. Its back anyway. People who've been asking if i would be interested in doing youtube putting it up on youtube. I have resisted up until this point partly because editing audio is much easier. I can cut audio Switch it around flick on of that stuff end. Nobody knows at. It's very seamless video. Not much Because you can tell if my hip goes from here to here and now we're in between but anyway i figured it was and apparently some people want to look at this age there..
"nantes" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Huge congratulations to canada in the women's gold medal game. They scooped the gold medal in a penalty shootout against sweden. It didn't look though is going to go kind of his way but fortune favorite them in the end and they atop the podium wonderful stuff for them. Monaco against nantes kicking off league on today Share of the spoils with a a goal for each side. Monaco opened the scoring. None find an equaliser both calls coming in the first half and these are the stats from that. Football is back underway and we are happy to have it talking about that when when does it does it stop we. Can you get back to me. Going to be tight now. Might be oakland to relate this division of extra time. Taylor stevie nikki. It's friday and frankly bob here with your questions. Hopefully these me today. Because they couldn't be of the day all my talk didn't it all right. Chris asks and i'll come to you skills. Why on tiny primarily clubs trying to poach on messy surely even with his high wages. He's worth spending money than on other players with high concert fees The case one thing. If you're clever to one to one someone if he doesn't want to come to you call them. You can sign him. I think once been used about this fallout between in barcelona and if she were leading the very quickly i think if you must've united you know there's no porn and you've already signed van sawn show and you can just car always signed players for the sake of. Even if it's mercy said we city will expand ingredient in. Cain where the and sticking with chosun lukaku sticking to it and then that's it does does the only clubs really the only three clubs in england who can afford them by munich. That's not what they do tally. Everybody's brooke and then insperity conroy. To to remedy rates so really. There's no this just the way it is. You got minded that way at all costs. That's going to be even more double volvo. Yup that's where i met. My real name says an alaskan you this frank because i think some of the answer if you could go back in time. Which game would you like to be in person for me. It's a manchester united chelsea champions league final. Frank please do not say the nineteen ninety eight world cup final so again like to go back and play again. Would you like to be out in person. Maybe it is maybe is to play then because that could also suggest that you could go watch it because we know the weld. Frank did miss out on a very very important game. He didn't go see and he had a ticket to see. Isn't that right friend. Know when you got the chance to say semi final all yes through because of a lady. Yeah true true. We won't name the lady I was very young. Maybe maybe yeah may not be as a player with a love to to replay the final of the of the cup that we play with chelsea in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven when i wrote chelsea but i think i would have loved overall to in the stand and watch pillai in one thousand nine hundred seventy welcome final in mexico. Because when i was like. I'm excited to see messi playing. I had the chance to see ronaldo and interviewed renaldo but when you can see a player like that you live It's it's absolutely fantastic. And that i would have loved to see that final where philly was absolutely exceptional. And i think he's been has been a chance for the blue the people to see that player. Nice one for everybody. What about the you can play all being the brazil league game in the eighty two cup water again. I'd like to wembley when Scotland england six three when the thing will the wallow champions in nineteen sixty seven the says a game late to replay again obviously without to be in nineteen thousand nine built kills. What game would you like to be in person if he could go back in time to the euro two thousand final. Frank was looking up to be. That was just watching But because for us french people. I mean nine thousand as the final was amazing and four as well but they were dominated wins and convincing. Win two thousand miracle really. It is and i'm sorry for you k. And audio the side of you. The final against italy scenario event just exceptional. I would love to go back in time and in in rotterdam in the stadium. Don't worry don't speak to that side of the family anymore. Of course after what happened. Don't worry about the colors. Deceiving here today. don't worry about it. All right kasich says jolson. Frank is aggrandizement a common term in french. This is a word that came off and yesterday's extra time is a common term grundy. Small small here is it. A common is to make something. Yeah yes it is. Yeah when when you wanna make something bigger you say yeah. We should make small of it. We're just say let's make it bigger. Well actually did. Tell me. In scotland we see. Lets me go and everybody knows what you're saying. Please it is the act increased the wealth or prestige power or scope of something so yeah. Let's break up grungy sound which nicer now can we get one from you guys off. I like it. i loved one time. I actually tried to prevent something in french here. An extra and the top comments on youtube was cries in french. Sorry guys like what. Language say clip off says. What do you make of fun. Gulping appointed as the manager for the third time. Did you ever play for a manager at the same club. Multiple times stevie. Nope what do you make of him. Being appointed time manager. That doesn't seem to be an obvious. Choice pastel late. Seen them having a gamble. I mean ridvan roy being in the back room staff there for three or four years now at least so why would you not have given him a chance. But it's a secret hunt sake per pound and no doubt you'll you'll be happy to see vanguard deborrah right. Yeah i mean why one day when one time we were doing the another podcast. We've got together for the time is when when we were working well and a united and i called him a fraud and it was this moment. I mean we've got we laugh about it because at the time as you know with united he was down and out naturally in things and we got so much so much it was really funny. The thing that makes side is holland as the country in terms of football so and the way they see the game suv suspectful and how receive some of the greatest managers. One inspection were too especially in the history and to go back to seventy road. 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"nantes" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"I'm i certainly am not really not out on the futuristic and i believe that these things are possible but under today's technology we have no technology that could have replicated that circumstance now that's the highest degrees of uncertainty with a lot of variables for example. I think it will comes a great price of most people's we still don't know how to model win. When turbulence on aircraft there's still so many unmodified variables in aviation and that's actually a pretty mature field. So if you to start thinking about autonomy in high degrees of uncertainty like medicine. And i got you were so far away from being able to include autonomy in medical systems because human bodies can carry so much variability just from one person to another and so i think it's the variability of the unmodern world that is actually the largest predictor of whether or not a human arm she is going to be successful at the task and so are humans infant. Boy i sit on a board of directors. And i couldn't agree with you more. There's so much bad judgment. That i see in the business world a but these are. I would put that at a low low low set of uncertainty. Even though people who who do day trading might say there's a lot of high uncertainty but we can model the financial world very well with mathematical representations and even though we think that there's a lot of uncertainty indeed with the stock market people have a anxiety over coded and we see the stock market dropped. So even there there is some uncertainty but for the most part you can actually do very well at mathematical models and in the business world where i see human judgment. Start to run. Awry is when it's hubris an ego and I hate to to start immediately getting sexist. But it's amazing to me how many men do not wanna listen to advisers around them and feel. It's almost like the american cowboy is we're well entrenched in the in the business world right so i think that those sets of bad decisions stemmed from nantes humans inability to cope with uncertainty indeed. We i think we can cope wealth uncertainty. But it's humans inability at those lower levels of reasoning and to make sure that they're taking in all the data that they should so i put kentucky and transportation in two different worlds. I think that machines can be very good at what we call the dull dirty dangerous parts of mission and this was certainly true in the military instead of having a draw humans do circles in the sky just waiting for a bad guy to come out of a building for example. That's much fat..
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The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"nantes" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"I mean i mean when you say it. It makes total sense to me that that would be the case but i mean how do you see that manifest like does that just simply like are people. Just sort of looking at like okay. Here's our here's our Our constituency How can we give them tax relief and it just so happens. I mean when the republicans look at their constituency. They don't have to say like should we Advantage white people or black people. They're looking at their constituency. And so it's like well of course it's gonna advantage why people because ninety three percent of voters are white people right right so you know their research shows. We still have a majority of white married couples. Getting the marriage bonus but it's a significant minority of mary. White couples who are paying the penalty so there are more and more white couples paying the penalty. Which is why i believe. You saw the trump tax cuts but let me just say for low income. Workers who are eligible for the earned income tax credit was no marriage penalty relief in the trump tax cuts nantes so at the very high end at the very low end. There was no marriage penalty. Relief interesting all right well. Let's move onto education because there's a there's another dynamic here tell us about that so when education it's about how people pay for college and how people pay for college in the black community is very different than in the white community in the white community. You may have grandma or parent who pays for your college which leads in the famous not true in the black community which leads to black college graduates leaving with more student debt and the only tax relief we give for student debt is up to twenty five hundred dollars of interest which i did. The math doesn't allow black college graduates to deduct all the interest in the early years because their dad is too great. Well so we see that you know. Everybody says or people think are colleges this great equalizer. We'll no it isn't because black americans experience college very different than their white peers. For the first sixty percent of black students who start college don't graduate so most people leave college with debt but no ability to get better paying job to amortize that debt and then over time the debt grows either because of income based repayment. Either because black students are more likely to go to graduate school when we graduate. So we've got more debt that we are stacking on and research shows even wealthy. Black parents cannot protect their students from the way wealthy white parents can. So there's a couple of things so early. College is more expensive for black people. It's basically just like that's that's it. I would imagine the incidents of graduate degrees at higher because Black people are more conscious of the headwinds that they're facing when they go into the career path and so they feel that they need to have more You know Bona fide as To deal in which i would imagine is also The case and we should also say that the five twenty nine yes is a would also have the same effect but on the front side correct. Yes and you see more white. Americans amine and overwhelmingly amount of white americans who have or are those who have five twenty nine and very few black americans can't afford to put money away why because we're paying extra taxes why because we're sending home money to parents and or siblings because of jim crow because there's no safety net because the wealth disparities prevent black americans from building wealth much less handing down so you take two black workers with the same income level. That's like suspend disbelief and work with me on typo. The black worker has more demands on their dollars than the white worker which is sending money to parents whereas research shows white college graduates are more likely to get money from their parents and grandparents and use it for further wealth-building and we should say that i mean let's Let's talk about homeownership. And while we're there we should say bat the that is where you see a tremendous you know and if you expand it to just property in general that's where you see really an extensive. -tory of government institutional racism that essentially. It's the primary builder of intergenerational. Wealth is a home ownership and property. And so that's the deficit that requires that that that creates more demand on those dollars of a of a black worker contemporary But let let's talk about in terms of like from a tax standpoint And and maybe we can touch on some of those other factors that have inhibited. Because it all. I mean it's the it's it's it's it's like a web it's a web and also it. There's a linear quality to this in that like people talk about the wonders of apr of of Of of interest rate that cruise. but there's a reverse impact to sort of what what what what black people have been caught up in since well. I guess including slavery but but yeah certainly since reconstruction with to homeownership. We allow a tax break. If you sell your home for a game if you're married up to half a million dollars of your gene is tax free. If you're single to an fifty thousand if you sell your home at a laws no tax deduction well research shows the most gain is found in homogeneous white neighborhoods where most homeowners live. Where are black. Americans most likely to live black homeowners are most likely to live in racially diverse or all black neighborhoods so if we sell for a gain significantly less than if we were to buy an all white neighborhood and black homeowners are most likely to sell for a non deductible loss so home ownership which is valued by most homeowners. Right that's how the market works and most homeowners are white. They don't wanna live around too. Many black neighbors which means only one or two lack americans can buy into a neighborhood in a white neighborhood and get the wealth out of it back. Their white neighbors do but it comes with you. Know the possibility of your neighbors calling cops on you. It comes with the possibility of you. Have children in an all white school district. You're going to have to fight but the teachers and principals who are gonna racially profile your child so it could be a good financial investment. But there's gonna be a hassle or two that you're gonna have to deal with on the other hand if you buy a racially diverse all black neighborhood you're gonna see lots of people who look like you. You don't have to worry about your neighbors calling the cops they know you are. But you won't get out of your home what you would if you lived around more white americans so the tax subsidies in the twenty first century are further subsidizing this racist housing market. Right you talked about the history. Fha loans etcetera etcetera. That were barred to black americans but here. We have tax subsidies still supporting a racist housing market. And i guess we should also say that like That that you get you get it On the capital gains tax. That you you. You're not actually making that money and so you don't get that benefit of that free money that two hundred thousand dollars or five hundred thousand dollars tax free. I mean that's you know depending on where we end up with the capital gains tax. I mean we're looking at you. Know a hundred thousand dollars Or more yes absolutely. Save and then you plow that into your next house in the cycle continues and then you know and and we should also say that The just the. I think you touched on this. But the propensity of white people to own houses because their parents sold their house that they were able to get alone for at a massive of you know The benefit maybe gave some money to their kids or the kids have it or the not the same ceiling in terms of getting jobs..
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"nantes" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast
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The Political History of the United States
"nantes" Discussed on The Political History of the United States
"That dominion of new england has reached its full sized by the summer of sixteen eighty eight however as was the case in england that dominion would begin seen major fractures open up in the coming months that would set the dominion on a crash course with the glorious revolution. Perhaps no event in the history of colonial new england loved deeper scars than did king philip's war. We have discussed the reasons why this is the case. There were fears. The war was assigned from the puritans had sinned and needed to be punished on a practical level. One of the most outwardly signs of the effects of king philip's or have been these seriously depressed economy in new england in the years following that conflict. Psychologically the war left deep wounds as well. The colonists were deeply worried about future indian aggression. The last thing that any of them wanted was a sequel to that war. One of the more understated reasons for the development of the dominion was to provide for better defense throughout new england. The colonies still existed in a dangerous world. A world where it was necessary to maintain careful defenses in order to protect the valuable trade. The threats against the english colonies came primarily from two sources during the later half of the seventeenth century namely hostile indian tribes as well as french aggressions oftentimes. These twin threats. Were actually a single threat. As both the french and the english at adopted the practices of allying themselves with the local indian tribes then using those trips to fight against their enemies. During the years of the dominion of new england. The relationship between england and france was convoluted in eighty. Five king louis. The fourteenth the france issued the edict of phantom blue which formally repealed the edict of knots. The edict of nantes was the fifteen ninety eight which provided for protection of french alpinists. Louie the fourteenth by repealing the edict of nonce move france back in a decidedly more catholic direction. it therefore isn't surprising that louis the fourteenth would be interested in helping promote catholicism throughout europe if not completely snuffing out protestantism altogether..
France opens arson probe after fire at cathedral in Nantes
"Another well known cathedral fire in France and use radios. Windy King has details. Prosecutors in France say they've opened an arson probe into a fire that destroyed part of a cathedral in Nantes. The blaze damaged a stained glass window and the church's organ. A local fire chief said The damage was not as severe as that from the fire that devastated Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. In April 2019. For Yusa Radio News. I'm windy King, an
Financial Issues with Dan Celia
Fire at French cathedral in Nantes destroys famed organ
"In France say they've opened an arson probe into a fire that destroyed part of a cathedral in Nantes. The play's damaged a stained glass window and the church's organ. A local fire chief said. The damage was not a severe as that from the fire that devastated Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris in April 2019.
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Arson suspected as fire ravages medieval cathedral in French city of Nantes
"In France say they're launching an arson investigation into the fire that broke out today at 1/15 century cathedral in the western city of Nantes. Firefighters have contained the blaze, but it blew out stained glass windows and sent black smoke into the air.
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France opens arson probe after fire at cathedral in Nantes
"In the historic Gothic Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul in the city of Nantes this morning. There were no injuries, but in Oregon was destroyed along with several stained glass windows. America is listening to Fox News,
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Nantes: Arson suspected in fire at Saint-Pierre-et-Saint-Paul cathedral
"Firefighters in the western French city of non sir battling a fire at the 15th century ST Peter and ST Paul Cathedral. The cause of the fire is not clear. But French officials have launched an arson investigation. Fire sent black smoke into the air and blew out staying glass windows just over a year ago, a massive fire at the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris It's all right. It's roof and main spire.
Between The Lines
How Winston Churchill defeated Nazism despite his 'black dog'
"Now today on the show visual defend our island whatever they got maybe we should fight on the beaches on the landing grounds the field and in the street fighting the hill will never surrender churchill the subject of countless plies movies drama series documentaries and biographies indeed believe it or not there have been a thousand Churchill Biographies One thousand the first biography was written in nineteen ninety five and the author of the latest one is our guest today now according to the prominent British columnist and historian Tom and heffer regular guest on this program this most recent Churchill biographies the best single volume imaginable of a man whose life would seem take impossible to get into a single volume the book is called Churchill Walking with destiny and the author is Andrew Roberts who's written other water declined books including a biography on Napoleon and the storm of war a new history of the Second World War Andrew Welcome to ABC Radio Thank you Tony took great on us now as I mentioned they've already been a thousand Churchill books published what's different about yours when I was very fortunate that there's been an enormous amount of sources that have come out over the last five years since I've been writing this book the Queen allows me to be the first Churchill biographer to use of his diaries and came due to sex mets church every Tuesday at the second mobile church who trusted him the great secret civil war and luckily rate down everything churchill say within forty one new sense of papers have been deposed to church college archives in the Cambridge University and other people like the servies investor time I even mice gate rations diaries basic become available giving those same in fact now on top of the dates and accounts of the war cabinet but I discovered six years ago allows me to have some they pretty much every page book it's never appeared in nature to focus okay well let's start with Churchill's upbringing can you tell us about Winston's parents briefly well he's talking to the upper cloth he was a charismatic successful Victorian politician he became chance of Exchan- so you never saw any of genius in Churchill and green to netted frankly they all the Stanford right to any sound full of contempt and to stay and his son Winston continue to love him and Martin and when his father died when Winston was twenty he raises who's focusing in Winston sorry randolph someone's name and he basically didn't allow it to to scream up whereas his mother also route took nations over to she was a great American future in society maybe something offense with the Prince of Wales Austrian about Saddam heels Okay and you went to school did he do you have did you have much luck at school I mean what sort of student was he he was a monster the student and he made himself out to be it's very rare for politicians to try and make themselves out to be thicker than they genuinely All I it should be in fact that being the dumbs 'cause he portrayed himself broke free my life he in fact was in the top third of all the classes ooh okay well let's turn to Churchill politics because he wasn't always a conservative he crossed the parliamentary floor in Nantes in four over the threat four government opposed to free trade in non white at thirty three he was the youngest cabinet member in forty years and then of course he was pretty significant figuring the British military from an early age this is of Relevance to Australians Andrew What do you wrote about his filings glibly in Nineteen fifteen well of course he was responsible for the idea of the of attacking the Straits of the dodgers novels and it was a brilliant idea to come off name one of the great strategic tunes of the of history of all Pfaff but as we all know say silently on the eighteenth of March nineteen fifteen Liane go six ships foods straits and then of course largely town to Him we double down and and landed all the way through fifteen and of course over the next eight months few one hundred forty seven thousand casualties suffered in the in the West Inside Straight so this was a drastic and terrible decision but one boots the real problem came in implementation well yeah okay now we went into politics to elect liberals rejoined the conservatives in the mid nineteen twenties what did he do that because the conservatives came back to the idea of free trade they it'd been the policy that let's say that's the party he joined the Nipples does the Conservatives dumps feature each and David intense you're often attributed with the quite quite I if a man is not a suspect I by the time he's twenty he has no heart if he's not a conservative by the time he's forty he has no brain churchill really say that I am and unfortunately there are lots of great lines like that but he didn't say he might have if you're going to keep going for example make the safest shape about about lady astor drinking coffee around any number of things keeping lucky men like Groucho Marx no power say funny things people with cheating too even if you didn't say those funny things it was talking about Winston Churchill with Andrew Roberts now Andrew your account numerous occasions when Churchill cheated death in your fi. He survived a school stabbing Cuban Bullets Boer Artillery German shells on the western front a near drowning replaying crushes three car accidents and a house fire Croaky and I'm actually very serious mainly at the age of eleven nomadic agent doctors administered brandy to the inevitable and which she wanted to be so you will send you make the point the church will develop the art of seeing virtually everything through the prism of history yeah it was the fact that he wasn't himself from historic congruent several extremely good he's a genius he was widely seen as Virginia wasn't he won the Nobel Prize for literature and actually he's unhappy about that because the price for peace that he was going to win communicants history who actually has been disappointed when he got the Nobel Prize which shop now we talk about a lot of people think of Churchill he's attitude towards the Nazis and Hitler and of course the British policy of appeasement toward Nazi Germany people forget this but in the late thirties it was actually popular with the British people tell us more about how Churchill riled against the spirit of the Times in the lightning thirties well he was only a final team is it's like jeeze you grew up with Jesus father did like the whole day with them they appreciated the service they it says humanity he was honest from quite an early age and saying he had an early warning system came during the Nazis that a lot of the other people in many wrench AC- rights didn't have also were so we mentioned earlier in being an historian he he sold the threat let's go to the European balance of power that we opposed and EDUC- seen fanaticism place in his life in a way that the other primary tonight people standing Naples we will never change and didn't say he was the first major predisposition of the decade the only major politician to not only warn against Hitler Nazis but also talk with an idea about what do I e rearming especially in the air the by the way you know you obviously know John Howard our second longest serving prime minister did you know that he's middle name is Winston it was named by his parents in mid Naughty thirty nine? When as we've discussed Winston Churchill was anything but the flavor of the month he was seen as yesterday's man rod that shows John's parents and Great must be full size. This is searching tremendously impressive actually I didn't know that's in Ann Arbor got I think yeah well during the war Churchill husband and relations with the United States which meant that America applied an important role in helping Britain defeat awesome but what about the altar pace conference towards the end of World War Two was not Churchill's finest hour why well because they back large number of famine of Yugoslavs to to get to Marshal Tito too because he he basically killed them and a hand backlog Germans and ethnic Germans who an ethnic Russians as well actually Cossacks to stone promptly murdered them as well so as far as the share sort of real politique day was concerned they had to believe result in general had to believe starlings were vulne- that he was going to get to respect the integrity and independence another eastern European countries but unfortunately Adelson those deals went shot which net new Mexico's yeah false assurances by S- talented the free elections would be held in eastern Europe but I mean you bit hot on Churchill because many historians would decide that the dying FDI he essentially stitched Churchill up I didn't believe that case I've been I've found myself we H mccown superbowl cabinet Churchill held on return from Yalta in which very much that he thought he could business was done in the deeper deep stalling the only alternative to trust on of course he was for that much thin walls and it's very other fueled fairness of course because in a million Russian soldiers variant at the time he was also at Folsom Missouri in March Ninety six When you made the Great Iron Kerr in speech the first major Western politician to warn against started was doing in eastern Europe
Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe
Cardiff, Nantes And David Davidson discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe
"The body recovered from the wreckage of a crush plane has been formally identified as that of Cardiff City football player Emiliano Sala Dorset place have said the twenty eight year old was travelling to Cardiff from the French city of Nantes on January twenty first when the aircraft flown by pilot David Davidson went missing
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Body Is Recovered From Wreckage of Soccer Star Emiliano Sala’s Plane
"Care. Accident. Investigators say they've successfully recovered a body from the wreckage of a plane went down in the sea between France and Britain carrying the Argentine international footballer Emiliano Saleh and his pilot. The body has not yet been identified. Saleh had just moved from the French club Nantes to Cardiff City in the
Cardiff City Emiliano Sala on board missing plane French civil aviation authority
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