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Landslide leaves up to a dozen missing on Italian island
"Heavy rainfall has triggered landslides on the southern Italian island of ischia, the powerful landslides collapsed buildings and left many people missing. Videos showed red cars wedged in mud as heavy rain poured down. The coast guard posted a video of buses and other debris floating in the sea on land, rescue workers trudged through the thick mud as Italy's interior minister insisted no deaths had been confirmed, despite earlier conflicting reports, the cleanup continued as residents shoveled away mud from their doorsteps, the news agency and Sara reported that at least ten buildings had collapsed, reinforcements were being sent from nearby Naples, but were encountering difficulties in reaching the island, either by motorboat or helicopter due to the weather. I'm Karen Chammas.
"naples" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"But he just, I guess, was in love with me. And just said, I got to do it for her, you know? Oh, that's what the test proved. It proved his feelings about you? Yeah, oh yeah. Oh, totally. He killed something for me. She knew that if he wasn't the guy for me, he would have never done this. You know, I never really looked at it that way. I looked at it like my manhood was being questioned. This, of course, is the man in question, Bobby, the Bobby was a nickname. He got older, he switched to using his given name. Sebastian. You know, like, did I have the stones to kill a chicken? I was 19. And when you're 19, you're insecure. And she sort of like through a test, which I thought maybe was some primitive ritual that came from the village that they were from Naples, you know, from Sorrento. Maybe that's how they did it in Sorrento. Oh my God, they devised it. Primitive. I don't want to get letters from people in any way. I didn't want to be embarrassed in front of him. I didn't want Carmen to think of me as not being manly enough to do something like that. But at that point, I don't think I did it out of love. It was just their second date, after all. Would you have done that for any girl's mom? You know, I can't think
Callers Weigh in on What Pelosi Should Do After She Gets Fired
"Myers, Florida. Hey, Brian real quick. I got to ask you a serious question before we have some fun. How are things in Fort Myers right now after Ian? We're on the men's on the mend. Good, good. We've been praying for you guys. I know you really got hit hard. What should Pelosi do now that she's going to get fired? I think she should be the new face and voice of grey goose vodka. Thank you. Not a bad idea. Brian in Connecticut, Brian, what should she do? What should Pelosi be? You know, demographic and Republicans both hate Pelosi. I'm all for her going to prison. Someone's got to serve Donald Trump his food. Oh, there you go, but that's right. They're going to be cellmates, right, Brian, sure. Gary and Philly, Gary, what do you think? What should Pelosi do? Yeah, hi. You have to take care of Paul Paulo. He's obviously his alcoholic she has to take care of him. Sent him to clinic and watch him. All right, thank you, sir. Kathy and Brooklyn, New York, Kathy. What's a good job for Nancy Pelosi, post Speaker of the House? She should join the witches in Salem, Massachusetts. And role in the show, I love herself into this, I don't want to say it. I don't say it. You're going to get, you're going to get yourself in trouble. Mark and North Carolina, how about a job for Nancy Pelosi, Mark? Yeah, I think she ought to rewrite the movie, The Wizard of Oz, that way she could play the part of the wicked witch of the west. I got in trouble once on Fox News because I said that there should never be a bucket of water near Nancy Pelosi and people were like, oh, you called her a witch, Bill and Naples, Florida, what do you also got hit pretty hard by Ian? Hey Bill, how you doing? What should Pelosi be after she gets fired a speaker? I think watching her clean in her own denture, she should take hers out and put other people's dentures in her mouth and clean them with a bit old tongue.
Son's images show him rescuing Mom from Ian's floodwaters
"Officials in Florida say they're making progress getting power back Meanwhile search and rescue efforts continue with at least 75 confirmed dead Johnny lauder had to rescue his 86 year old wheelchair bound mother stuck in her flooded Naples home Terror and release at the same time He couldn't believe how high the water had risen Some areas that was already up to her chest The county sheriff carmine marceno says the destruction immense first responders going door to door checking for people We can rebuild a home We can get another boat but when you lose a loved one there's just no words that can describe how we feel for that family Animals also being rescued including 275 parrots from a pine island sanctuary owner will peritoneal says if you're an animal lover you don't think about yourself first Just protecting the animals And they all wrote out the hurricane together Well there are family I'm Julie Walker
"naples" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Efforts. On the tarmac of a small airport south of Fort Myers, Sarah bachler and a team from the humane society Naples, wait for a twin engine turboprop to taxi up to several waiting SUVs. They are about to do a swap. Dozens of empty dog crates will be taken off, and 40 cats and kittens loaded on, bound for a shelter in Tennessee. After we get the crates off, we'll put the cats on and they'll be on their way. It's the first of two such airlifts on this day. The second plan will fly both cats and dogs. It's not cheap, but the flights are necessary. Some roads are impassable due to flooding. The humane society also needs to clear shelter space for an expected wave of new arrivals. And then the next phase that we're going to get ready for as soon as we get done with these couple days is there will be an influx of surrendered animals from people who have other things they have to deal with post hurricane. At the shelter, that influx has already begun. A distraught Theresa bartow had to leave her storm damaged house. It could be months before she's able to move back. Meanwhile, she can't find a hotel that will take her 6 year old pit bull wine rider mix Dolly until things get sorted out. You're just surrendered. I know. Bartow has every intention of being reunited with Dolly. But shelter staff say for many others in natural disasters
The Democrats Have Never Been SO Excited About a Hurricane
"Now want to talk about a hurricane politics. I've never seen the Democrats so excited about a hurricane and they're excited because they have been unable to land any blows on Ron DeSantis. And so they think, well, at least the hurricane will do our work. And so, you know, just this morning that you have, you have CNN and they're literally interviewing people to try to find inconveniences like, oh, at my apartment complex, the pool was closed. There's a really long line to get food. Yeah, but to be fair, this is a catastrophic hurricane. It's a catastrophic. No, no. And we were just we were there. We were just in Naples this past weekend and I had an event there on Saturday and it was a really good event and the funny thing was Debbie heard about the hurricane even before the event. On the flight two Florida, I go, oh my gosh, there's a hurricane headed to Florida. There's a hurricane headed to Naples because at the first, that's where the trajectory looked like it was headed to Naples. Now, I have been around hurricanes since I was ten years old. I've lived on the Gulf Coast of Texas almost all my life. And so I have lived through many, many hurricanes, including some here in the Houston area, and I know that they're nothing to laugh at because they are very catastrophic and especially if you live near the coast. There's a storm surge which could be ten, 20 feet high, sometimes depending on the size of the storm. On the category of the storm. So it's very detrimental. The winds are horrific and if it sits over the area for a long period of time like Harvey did back in 2017, it creates catastrophic flooding for the area. So I know the funny thing is we did the event on Saturday, no problems. In fact, beautiful in Naples and then we got out on Sunday to come back to the podcast and in fact when we left the hurricane up here to be missing the Naples area.
Who REALLY Benefits From a $12.3 Billion Aid Package for Ukraine?
"Defense news dot com, Congress to vote on $12.3 billion aid package for Ukraine. Another one, which would bring the total well over 70 to 80 $1 billion with us as colonel Douglas macgregor, colonel. Where is all this money going? Well, most of it does not leave the United States, Charlie, most of it is transferred to DoD. Which is compensated for the equipment and we pull out of stocks and ship overseas to Ukraine. And that cash in turn then finds its way back into the defense industries. And significant cuts, obviously, go to their representatives on the hill. People in Congress in the Senate and so forth, who are enabling this enormous cash transfer. I mean, and so yet the uni party in Washington D.C. continues to approve it and never received a full audit of where all this money goes, only further escalating the conflict, and so I guess the question we asked yesterday is who stands to benefit from bombing this pipeline. The best answer I have is the military industrial complex, isn't that right? The further escalation of this conflict. Well, I suppose so. I mean, it's hard for me to believe that escalating this conflict to the strategic level with Russia is somehow another going to benefit the United States or Europe. In fact, I'm concerned at about a direct confrontation with the Russians. And the Russians are very different from Americans. Most Americans right now are not paying any attention to what's happening in Eastern Europe. They're paying attention to the hurricane and the damage inflicted on Naples and Tampa and other towns and Florida. As a result, nobody's asking any hard questions and the people on the hill are just sort of bloviating and repeating and AD nauseam, things that aren't true, which they're being told by their handlers. This is what you need to say.
Dan Bongino Reacts to Hurricane Ian's Damage
"So governor of desantis and Florida has given a briefing now We were just listening to it during the break a little bit It's just bad folks I'm down here in Florida I'm on the east coast East coast at least the southeast coast precision matters has avoided a lot of Ian's deadly little trail and bands I'm not sure Orlando in those regions are going to be spared but I know that area well That area is Florida congressional district 19 and for those of you who know me that's where I ran for Congress In Naples Cape Coral Bonita estero I know that area well Golden Gate sanibel Marco island they got wrecked pretty good folks They really really got hurt They were going to be a lot of people suffering and I believe in the power of prayer I pray for strength for the people who are going through this but if you look at the pictures coming out of Fort Myers they have some on Fox right now I don't know how to describe some of them apocalyptic I mean they're just it looks like a just wall of water was just dropped on Fort Myers With the commensurate damage and sand piles and everything else with it You know they say in a hurricane you know hide from the wind and run from the water It's the water that does most of the damage and the storm surge here was amazing I mean just it was really a hundred plus years they haven't seen anything like this with this kind of storm surge over there
"naples" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Naples. Which seems like, you know, I've spent a lot of time in Naples. That would be over my head and most of the places I go. Well, that's why they, you know, when they photos evacuation notices out there they are fooling around. I mean, there's no place to go. I talked to a couple in New Orleans after Katrina happened and they described how they basically had to stand on their toes in their living room for two days to keep their heads above the water. And that's the kind of thing that you're faced with if you don't leave. Is this been a talk to us about this season so far? It seemed like the hurricane season had been relatively quiet until just recently. Is that accurate? No, that's totally accurate. I mean, I would describe this season as being a bit quirky to be honest with you. We went through August without a name storm, which was the first time in decades that happened and usually the Atlantic Ocean is full of storms around September 10th that really didn't happen. And then in the last week, we've had Fiona, which wrecked Puerto Rico last week and Atlantic Canada on Sunday and then now we're dealing with Ian. It seems like we're packing it all into a short period of time. And when does the season quote unquote officially end? Yeah, the official end is November 30th. But usually you don't you start to not see a lot of storms after November, early November. All right, good stuff. I really appreciate it, Brian Sullivan, a Bloomberg weather reporter giving us the latest on what's going on down in Florida and it's been the video footage that we've all seen has just been just I've been following it through Friends of mine that are down there sitting through it and it just makes me question the intelligence of my social circle. When someone says there's this hurricane headed right for you and we're going to see storm surges of ten or 20 feet, I would be on the first plane out of there like a week ahead of time, but I know so many people who for some reason just ride it out. Maybe some of these folks that have been there before just feel like they can in fact ride it out. We've been there. We've done that. But yeah, I don't think I'd be one of them. We learned our, I think we learned our lesson here on the east coast from superstorm sandy that kind of was incredibly destructive. I mean, and Katrina, you know, displaced a city. A whole city. Yeah. It relocated to Houston
Ian powers up to a Category 4 hurricane as it nears Florida
"Hurricane Ian has gotten much stronger as it heads toward the Florida coast hurricane Ian is a category four storm Eric Blake of the national hurricane center says the storm surge could cause catastrophic damage and from Naples to Sarasota is at high risk The entire Florida Peninsula and the Florida keys will have significant effects from this hurricane Ian gained strength after battering Cuba bringing down the island's power grid authorities in Florida are still urging people to evacuate the danger zone if they still can I'm Donna warder
Gov. Ron DeSantis Warns of Flooding, Encourages Evacuation
"Governor desantis at a press conference today cut one go There will be catastrophic flooding and life threatening storm surge And so if you're on Florida's Gulf Coast from Naples all the way through the Tampa Bay Area and some of the counties north of that that could be something that happens If you're under an evacuation order is evacuate to higher ground that is going to be safe from the type of surge and flooding And now it appears it's going to hit a little more south and a little bit more east Cut two go And our recommendation is to heed those evacuation orders What those evacuation orders are doing is identifying people that live in areas that are vulnerable to major storm surge And that storm surge can be life threatening There's certain things we can protect against in terms of the wind and the structures and we've got great building codes But when you have 5 to ten feet of storm surge that is not something that you want to be a part of And mother nature is a very fearsome adversary So please heed those warnings You do not need to evacuate to another state You don't need to go hundreds of miles away Their shelters that are open and all of these counties at this point the important part of if you're under an evacuation order is evacuate to higher ground that is going to be safe from the type of surge and flooding that we're fearing with this storm
"naples" Discussed on ESPN FC
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"naples" Discussed on ESPN FC
"And it's interesting Ana when you take a look at who is being linked to take over. Yeah, I'm Michael. Obviously. So there's a saying that he's about to sign the contracted as well. They're looking for sport and director, max abell, who was also a working for post imaging lab puppet for his break. I think both of them were signed with club 400. It's necessary for sure. All of an insular he needs help. He put together a great team. They had some really, really good transfers, but recently it was like, it was very, very unhappy, unlucky as well. They considered way too many goals. I think there's a lack of confidence as well. And they need a fresh start, especially now, playing against both adult one and they're doing it really, really well recently. Also in the chairman's league, they're more stable. They are more mature, they're defending better. And Leipzig 1000 start. As always, thank you very much for your thoughts just a reminder a lot more reaction to what's happening in the bonus league and of course beyond be sure to check out our YouTube channel. Don't forget to subscribe to ESPN FC. That is it. That brings us to the end of today's show. Someone was going on. How long have we got? What do you mean? In general, favorites better the program today. I'm going to tell you in a minute. Okay, all right. There wasn't a straw, but I looked forward to it. But extra time is next. Gabby's back with us to answer your questions as Stevie and Craig as well. So be sure to stay with us. Welcome in the end to latest edition of extra time gap. Pay attention. You're on. You're on the screen. Hey, there you go. Why not? Talking about right. So then we're talking about during the short term. The
"naples" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Some new faces as well as old, then that is a nice way as well. Just the mix of the squad up going forward. Well, think about today, the players in the midfield three. There was no set here which gets out there, gavi was out there, so you bring in the young and kissing, what does Casey do? Well, he gives you something different, different version of a player that can do some things that are not quite what gavi does not quite get those, including being a presence and set pieces. So this east course, the first goal. And so being a productive day for him. And you think about what you can do in the front three, and that's really what he gets. If you're a Barcelona fan, this is when it gets exciting because you're asking yourself, well, who do I plague today? Let me see. I'm going to change it up. And so far they get out there. Well, the bell is going to play. If it's nothing better, it's going to be benefited by that who's coming in off the bench. And they're just so many options, but I think all this options become all the more exciting and all the more productive because you have the central figure or rover levandowski. It just gives this team an entirely different look. And they just know with certainty that they're going to score goals because you put the ball into the box or somewhere in a round 18 yard box and he's going to resolve it. And when people crowd him out, then now there are other players around him that are able to do the job as well. This team has all the options they want in the midfield and in the attack in half. Next up in the Champions League then, for Barcelona, is Bayern Munich in Germany arn and what sort of reception do you expect Lewandowski to receive from the Bayern fans? I think that Bayern fence where we will be happy to see him even though he left to me in the end. It's a win win situation. So there was a lot of discussion about him leaving the club. He wanted to leave by a Munich wanted a different solution. So therefore everyone is happy by many was able to use the money in order to buy money and everyone knows what he did for the club. So therefore I expect the fans to be very nice to him, even though this game obviously is paying for the for Barcelona and I expect a wonderful game I'm really looking forward to that and obviously Lewandowski is always able to score both. But to me by a Munich is a great team and to me they're one of the favorites this season the chamber and I'm really looking forward to seeing the game. Yeah, it should be a cracker, shouldn't it? Next week, just a reminder, sandwiched in between that. Next week. Next week. Domestic
"naples" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Getting better and better and better. And as impressive as his hat trick was, one of the best places to live on dusk in the game wasn't actually a goal. It's a whole play combination with pedri where he sort of facing away from Pedro and back hills the ball into the patho Pedro the ball ends up being clear of the line. They had at this point you just come to expect. And three different types of goals and his ability to find this spaces, the first gold, it was similar to the one against zevi, where he's top of the 18 yard box, and there's enough patience for him to understand that he just has to hesitate a little bit to create space for himself to then finish it. The second goal is a beautiful ball over the top and then better coming from the right hand side and give credit to them belly, who in a one V one situation kind of overdid the drivel, but when again won the ball, recovered possession floated to the back post, tap in for 11,000 the third goal is a combination with aran Torres coming from an underneath position. So three different types of goal and it's just live on those key at his very best and I think what's really important to highlight from this game is the fact that the camp now feels like the camp now again, there's a different energy and intensity in this state and we have different level of noise now that wasn't there over the last couple of seasons. You can feel it that this is now a stadium that is excited to watch this team play. Just unaware long and I was telling you on the way along the studio, I did hear the stupidest question of the week. Oh. And it wasn't from me. Maybe even the year so far was a journalist said, I said to Robert Lewandowski, a robber, are you enjoying playing at Barcelona? No. You watched him against the weekend, you watched the challenges that he created and you look at the youngsters around about we know he's a sublime finisher, his movement still there. He's still fit. And he's got all these guys supplying them in Barcelona on the front foot. Are you enjoying your football at the moment? I mean, good grief. What do you think the answer is going to be? What was his answer? I don't know. I mean, thank you something different. 11 doskey enjoying his football at the moment, and Ali, you've got chamois very much enjoying the coaching, I'm sure, as well, because we've talked about these games coming thick and fast, and to be able to rotate in the manner that he has, and I know it's only Tory of pills, and I know there are tougher challenges to come, but you can bring in
"naples" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Otis from the league in his hair. You can't kidnap your own dad. I don't have time to explain it, but the word kid is in it. FX is Atlanta. The final season September 15th on FX stream on Hulu. Right then, let's go back to the Champions League, one of the big games today. One of the harder grooves when you take a look at the draw was inter against Bayern Munich Bayern were excellent in particular. Sane for the visitors as they took all three points in their opener with a two zero victory away in Italy for more on this on a Friedrich is with us Ali Moreno as well gaps still with us as well. Ana really good stuff from buying today. Yes, I agree. I think it was a really solid performance today by manipulate well. They were aggressive. They had a lot of ball possession and obviously they had a fantastic and shape sunny today and also came to me those two were the most important players today, sunny, played brilliant, but in general, it was a really, very decent win. How could was sane today, Ali? She was excellent. And in a role that we see him play with Bayern Munich and where he starts in a wider position, but then just drift to the inside and now becomes a player that is sort of playing underneath side of your mind. And they understanding of his movement away from the ball in the first goal I thought was critically important for the success of Bayern Munich today because we saw that movement time and time again. They laid run the running behind utilizing his speed, a speed that entered the struggle with throughout the course of the game. I think teen speed overall is an issue for enter. And Bayern Munich was able to exploit that and Leroy signed in particular in that first goal of good ball over the top beautiful ball over the top from Joshua Kimmy and then to finish from Leroy signing. But that continuous movement of zeros on it underneath the striker, whoever it is at the time because there's a lot of rotation for Bayern Munich. That was creating problems for enter all the time. He was excellent. He was active. He was on the ball. He was off the ball. He was creating chances for himself and for others. I thought it was really impressive for performance and Leroy sane. And I thought it was a necessary performance from him and by Munich because let's not forget that they're coming off two disappointing draws in bundes again. Questions about the goal scoring and up until the first goal, the feeling was sort of like this kind of feels like a glad bag game. These kind of feels like a union Berlin game where they have a lot of chances, but their own able to put those opportunities away. Neuroscience did that. Excellent for Bayern Munich away from home. I don't know, why don't we see this more consistently from sunny? To be honest, first of all, we have to give some credit synagogues as well. It was not really easy for sun in the beginning. It didn't play. So we also talk about mucilaginous one of the best players in the first games now is coming off the bench. You have sunny playing very well. So it's really very important for the coach for the manager to find the right players at the right time and I think in August Monday that very well, he build up sunny and today he showed again how important he is, but it's not just like his offensive place. Also, how everyone upfront works against the ball. And this was really impressive today to see it's like the four checking depressing if you lose the ball to me was really brilliant to see today. Gab clearly just the big golfing class was kind of exposed today between interim Bayern. Yeah, I mean, you know, the boys mentioned there and coming off of those two draws.
"naples" Discussed on ESPN FC
"To know what you're all about. And if you've got any weaknesses, the sport is straight away, right? It's not the, it's not the aura that you have when you walk in the door. It's what you do when you get in the door. And you're important, clearly knows what he's doing when it comes to coaching players. And so when he starts causing that team, that team on paper is good. That team has talent. It's got quality. It's got brains. It's got a run. Tuco has put the jigsaw together, right? Porter, why can't he put it together? By the way, I'm missing a little bit with Thomas Tuchel as well. Not suggesting he's not, he's resumes great. I'm not suggesting the guy can't coach. But I'm messing a little bit with that sort of Chelsea lover and defined lives. Oh, I just thought I was Thomas. I mean, yeah, as if the first guy to walk in, pick a shambles up or pack a club up with a ten on the floor and win the Champions League. No he's not. He's not. And what did we see off the back of that? Well, there was a couple of cop fails, but there was no ultimately they got beat. Yeah, I spent my other world championship. World champion. Spearman the Club World Cup. But the way a country male off the top last year, right? Okay. So I'm not quite on the page with this as the greatest demise of a manager and he should never be sacked and it was the best things in sliced bread and we can never move on because he wasn't not brilliantly chill because he was he? How many it was decent but it's not the only one Roberto di Matteo and I'm from grant nearly did it. So you can listen to gabs defense of Thomas Tuchel on the latest edition
"naples" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Just one point, gab. Who is advising him on getting gray and Potter then from a man who wanted to bring in Christiana Ronaldo, a man who's very new to the game, where is this coming from? Well, look, I mean grandpa's been talked about. Now it's not like Todd bowly locks himself in a box and doesn't read the paper. He speaks to agency speaks to an intermediaries. He's been speaking to people all summer long. Graham potters had a lot of buzz around him. So he's not going to think he's a dad. He's not thinking pochettino suddenly Potter has come out of his head. I don't know. I don't know if he's been in touch with the diamond and put your teeth. I mean, personally, I don't think either one would be a great appointment at this time. But he certainly had the opportunity to go and talk to Brighton Brighton are going to want him to pay, you know, I think it's 60 million pounds round about $18 million in a release clause if they're going to lose him during the season. But yeah, he's got, he's got people advising him, but he doesn't have specialists. People with actual club club roles, you know, he hasn't hired those guys yet. He tried to get Michael Edwards in the summer, didn't happen. So that's something else he has to work on. And I think you should prioritize that. As much as the new coach. Who can? So if greenport can't do it, the picture you've just painted gob, so who can do it then without all these people? Nobody. Well, I don't see. So I'm sorry, but Sir Alex Ferguson, retired in 2013, right? The idea of the omnipotent manager making every single decision, it just, it doesn't exist. So you painted all I'm saying is Potter's track record shows that he can excel when he has good people around him. And he's had that. To throw him in there without those people around him is going to make grandpa's job a lot more difficult. I don't know if he's going to succeed or not. But it just makes it more difficult. But I think still a random story. I think recruitment is more important when you're at a smaller club. And you don't have the finances. That's certainly because you have to recruit, of course, when you're the Chelsea Liverpool said the arsenal united. All these big clubs in England. You've got to recruit. Of course you have. And if you can find some gems that are cheaper, even better. But as more important when you're recruiting at a smaller club, when you can't go and match the bigger guys, late bright, and then you've got to go and find some little gems here, the cheaper, and you sell them on and you do blah blah blah cooker, and one or two others, it brought lamp ten from chill. He was a young soldier. All these things. As important as these clubs, but then money talks to recruitment for Obama young. You don't need a recruitment for kula Bali. You know, you don't need all that recruitment for these people. Liverpool didn't need recruitment to go and sell in Belgium Van Dyck analysis. Yeah, there are little gems heading in there that data analysts and others will say, listen, let's go and get him. Because starts back up. But it's more important when you're managing the smaller clubs to have that recruitment. Is this a good fit? Well, grandpa gets the job be sacked within two or three years every chance. So it's his choice if he wants to take if he's been off on the job. You know my thoughts on him I thought he was he should have been one of the favorites along with Conte for the Tottenham job. I think from a long-term process, a club that are looking long term could import them with the right structure as gab said as a very, very good fit. Whether he wants to take the chance to go to your club at tons O, even with a change of ownership, are still going to hire and fire Real Madrid style. That's his choice whether he wants to make that step and take the risk. I think he probably does because it might never come again. Well, can he go from coaching the kilauea's and the Thiago Silva's and the Aubameyang and all the stars they've got, and they have got good players, can his message get across the same as it's getting across with these guys at Brighton. It doesn't always happen. Why did they hire two column first place? Because he's a great coach. Oh, by the way, Graham Potter's not a bad coach. So what's the difference? But it would be a sea change from Chelsea not to go after what is perceived as the big name that's out there and go down to somebody who's cutting the teeth a smaller club in the Premier League and doing a marvelous job that would be a big sea change from that for them to do that. Too cool, though, has been there before, big clubs, PSG, Borussia, dorm, and these experience. That sort of demand. This is new ground for bottom. When you talk about the difference. Courtship polluters, right? So we talk about yes. There are situations, people eat name island Barbie, who I think are on a different level than even your bigger players. And it Chelsea, were you walked through the door, the pleasant, absolutely waiting to hear you.
"naples" Discussed on ESPN FC
"September, you let them go. This makes zero sense whatsoever. And that's why I found it so shocking. Pierre Emerick Albany on, and Dennis zacharia arriving in the last 24 hours of the transfer window, and then you have a bad game against West Ham, which you win, by the way. And then you lose the dinosaur, and then all of a sudden, boom, you know, Albany on his daddy has gone now, and he's only played 45 minutes in a Chelsea shirt. How does that work? What kind of planning is this? You can bring in a new coach now. But hey, guess what? Other than the international break at the end of September, you're playing twice a week, nonstop between now and the World Cup. How is your new coach going to operate? How is he going to work on the training page? And of course, you can't sign any new players until January. So to me, this is such a nonsensical move that I either say, these one of the most boneheaded moves that Chelsea has made. I guess since buying Lukaku for a €150 million and then loaning him back to enter, it's either that, or there is some hidden piece of information that we don't know. We haven't been told yet. Otherwise, I just can't explain it. Well, at least, an all fairness at all, but at least it's keeping the consistency of the latest Chelsea here going in second managers. But you know, I'm surprised as well. And I'm surprised pretty much for the same reason. Does the other safety minute think that maybe he's throwing the baby out with the bathwater because he's fed up with the carping? The carping on from Thomas Tuchel about when he clearly has been the man. There's got pointed out that said, get me him, get me him, get me him. Don't Ronaldo, no, no, no, I don't want him, but get me him. And then he's capped to burrow. We don't have it. Wow. And I know it's not an ideal world. Hey, he's had to pick the phone up. He's had to talk a bit strategy. Exactly talk about transfers. Guess what? Wenger and Ferguson, two of the most successful managers and a different era, that that every day. It's not the most greatest hardship that Thomas tech has ever had, but it carved in a Carpenter cup of it not having this and would not ready for this. I'm not ready for that. So from that state, I can see where the angst is from the neuron or ship, but it makes no sense to say, Thomas turkel, tell me who we need to say. Here's the money and then you suck them. So that makes no sense from that side, but then maybe he's got so much money Todd Wally and his consortium. Do you know what? I don't want to this guy Harper on every time there's a defeat because we've just given them this money. We're going to cut our losses now sod off. So I'm kind of I'm sectioning two things with this one because he has been making a lot of excuses recently Thomas Tuchel. I just want to go back to a gamma and cam. No, I just want to say he's been moaning for the past two months. I don't think he got more annoying in the past week. So if you were annoyed with him, like Greg said, you do this when the transfer window is still open. The one other thing, from Tuco's perspective, I appreciate what you said about wenger and Fergie have one needing to talk tax tactics with their owners and whatever else. On the other hand, it's some guy comes up to you and says with a straight face. Hey, what do you think? Should we sign the christiano Ronaldo, who's 37 years old with his wages and where we building and doesn't fit at all. I mean, a child was seeing how Chelsea plays under two holes or how to play before, would understand that Christiana Ronaldo doesn't fit there at all. And the managers says, no, and then the owner expects him to go and give a PowerPoint presentation or whatever, explaining all the reasons why he doesn't want to send Christiana Ronaldo, I can kind of see why Tuco would also be upset and be like, I don't want to explain my technical decisions to you. My footballing decisions because frankly, you don't seem to understand much about what I do for a living because until 6 months ago, Chelsea wasn't even on your radar. You had a totally different job. So I have a little bit of sympathy on that front. Well, there you go. The guy's a multi billionaire who doesn't know him about football, some little squat and his eyes is getting his nose. And he's moved them on. That's what you do with a multi billionaire. I think he's bothered. And you know all the things that gab stopped about. Stevie. Stevie. He's been, he's been asked. No other investors. But what he's done is he's got rid of everybody who knows anything about the game. And so he's no making decisions. And as I said, he's a billionaire. And if he doesn't, he's not happy with chuckle. Doesn't go on me on. He's like, you know what? The team's garbage has run to watch. And this guy said these are good players. So you know what? Maybe he's just not that good at court. Y'all get rid of them. Okay, let's take the leap now to who they want to replace him. Graham Potter, which makes sense and I think everyone would agree this is a great hire. Okay, you don't think that gap from that face? I go back and I said before, right? People have to know what the hell they're doing. I really like grand Potter. I love the fact I love what he did at Brighton and everything or what he's doing it bright and I love the fact that he went to Sweden to learn his trade because nobody in England would give him the time of day or give him a chance at everything else. But you have to understand how did Graham Potter succeed. He had a real club around him. He had a director of football around him, like Dan ashworth who's now a Newcastle. He had proper recruitment consultants. He had an owner who understands the game and who's willing to listen to other people who know more about the game than he does. And they make decisions together. If you think for one moment that you bring in Graham Potter, and you don't surround him with the people that have helped grandpa be a successful people like them, then you'll be back to square one. You need these figures at a club. This is why Chelsea were successful while sacking manager, all those years, because in fact, with Marina granite sky, Peter check, Michael M andala before them, they had continuity. And they had people who were specialists in this. So I like granddaughter. I think grandpa's job is going to be very, very difficult unless he has the infrastructure around him in the front office. Just one more point.
"naples" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Live for getting out of the groups, Steve. Well, they're going to beat rangers, right? Do you know what it's very, very difficult to sit here and be positive about anything? You know, I was looking, you know, we previously probably 5 minutes ago, we put up Liverpool start to the season. And after the man city victory, it actually could have lost every single game. No, they didn't, but the way the plan on thee could have absolutely a bigger problem. Apart from Bournemouth. Everybody other game. Every other game, the way the games went, conceivably, they could have lost them. And it wouldn't have been a huge shock the way they played. Which I access the next game Anfield. Listen, when these groups came out, I said that I would not be half the team they were because they've lost half the players, the leagues of Anthony. And Marciano united and others, but right now I can't see Liverpool defend and properly against anybody. That's the situation, the Liverpool are in right now. Regardless of the opposition, the one we thought I've got is they're going to give up opportunities. And right now we're given goals of it. I'd love to talk to the judge and Napoli, but I can't pronounce his name. Come on. Come on, come on. Keisha, kavara. There you go. This is a little more easier to say. Thomas Tuchel sacked. That of course was announced this morning. Gab, don't tell me you weren't surprised. I haven't seen people all day long. They're not surprised because you know what was going on behind the scenes. This is a massive shock, isn't it? I was shocked because it was so stupid. I mean, I don't know what other word you come up with this, right? I have Chelsea have been putrid all season. And you can see that the guy has been a bundle of nerves and he's been acting weird and losing his cool with Cole and Tim whatever else. Fine. Chelsea let it be known that, oh, we had some concerns about this for a while now and it wasn't a knee jerk reaction. When you come in, if you're a new owner and you want to make your Mark and you want to change the manager, you change the manager, you bring in another guy, ideally you have a director of football too. And you go and you plan this summer. You don't go and allow two hole to decide how to spend your money $300 million plus in new signings this summer. And we can debate whether it was the right signings right prices. I'm not sure some of them were. And then first week in
"naples" Discussed on ESPN FC
"I'm Dan Thomas joined by Craig Burley and Stephen Nichols so much going on today later on in the program we discussing the shock news of course Thomas Tuchel sacked as coach of Chelsea Allen, we're here to reflect on Lewandowski's first hat trick for Barcelona in the Champions League, but we start things in Italy, Napoli with a four one victory over Liverpool. They were sensational, particularly in the first half of the host, and the score line you could certainly argue flatters, Jürgen Klopp's side. Well, gamma Carti is with us for Stevie, feel like we kind of have to start with you. Well, we kind of know that Liverpool have not had the best start to the season. No. But today, I think it was a new law. I mean, there really are in disarray. You can always find the excuses for forwards or attacking players who may become finished or just not quite on their game. But what you can not forgive is a midfield and a back lane that is absolutely all over the place. That is basics. To win games, you can give goals away and Liverpool right now. Not only are giving goals away, but teams are playing through them. So easily, it's absolutely scary. Yes, Napoli today on the break in particular were fantastic. And it would have been difficult regardless of who was defending against them. But Liverpool make it so easy for teams. And it's not just Napoli. You know, other than Bournemouth this season, Liverpool have been out. Not oak played, but teams, whether it's an open play or whether it's been on the break, have cut Liverpool apart. Everybody, palace did it, filmed it. Napoli has done it today, as I said, born was only saved because the so bad that haven't done it. Liverpool reynaud are in disarray. It was quite a spectacle to see them just continuously shoot themselves in the foot. Yeah. Well, there was some good news for Liverpool today. That bosom and had to go off the floor half the time. Because along with three or four of his attacking teammates from midfield and to the forward line, we'll just cut them apart with one two three touches and behind. A couple of touches, pollen behind. Every time. Not playable superb, not superb. Going forward, up till the way they pass the ball, everything. But Liverpool so I think it's a 50 50 split. It takes two to tangle here and I've not seen Liverpool. Well, I see I've not been disjointed in the Premier League, but I don't think I would see them disjointed in such a big game. I suppose there was some one signs there, Old Trafford in the first 20 minutes, half an hour. And you thought, right, okay. They're going to put that right the next game and Bournemouth came along and that was cannon fodder and then there was a Merseyside Derby, blah blah blah. But it's not an individual thing. Gourmet is horrible, but it's not been a bit Joe Gomez. Alexander Arnold's defendant has been awful. This season, but it's not just Alexander Arnold. It's everything that's every facet, it's depressing from the front, the pressing them from the midfield and the none of its heart then so everything else is getting exposed. And so it's not an immediate effect by taking one or two players out of the team. It's not what you could say right. So and so is not playing well, so and replace behind and everything in the world will be right. There is so many things wrong with the Liverpool team at the moment that it's going to take an awful lot of thinking in hard work from club on the training ground as well as a lot of personnel changes or some to write this wrong at the moment because you're talking about taking players out. Goodness. You could take fun. Daiko, if you wanted. It's not just one or two players. It's the whole thing. How's it come to this?
U.S. tourist trying to take selfie falls into crater of Mount Vesuvius
"An American tourist has had to be rescued on Mount Vesuvius near Naples after he apparently slipped into the Italian volcano's crater while trying to recover his fallen cell phone Authorities say the tourist and family members had gone off the authorized path to get closer to the crater on Saturday afternoon a apparently to take a selfie for volcano guides had responded quickly after one notice the tourists had fallen into the crater and was in serious difficulty They lowered a rope 50 feet down pulled the tourist out and provided initial first aid part police then arrived and brought the American to the police station to file the complaint Mount Vesuvius which erupted in AD 79 and devastated the nearby town of Pompeii is a popular spot for hiking
Actor Scott Baio Joins Dinesh to Talk About the Politics of Hollywood
"Scott welcome, we were talking a moment ago just before the podcast about California and about Florida. And you were saying how you're spending a little more time in Florida. Of course, Debbie and I are refugees from California now in Texas. Talk a little bit about the way in which, I mean, California is the most beautiful state in the nation in my opinion. Just because of the enormous just variety of the state from the north to the beaches and the south, but talk about the different mood in California as opposed to, as opposed to say Florida. Well, did I say I agree with you? California Southern California, in my opinion, is one of the once was one of the most beautiful parts in the world. In terms of everything, whether a beach is mountains, just stunning and in my, you know, I've been here a long time, and I've seen it devolve into just an absolute cesspool and it's unfortunate because I always get confused by people that vote the same way and expect a different result. But we spent a lot of time in Florida. My wife and my daughter and myself, we love it down there. And I know you're in Texas and I am we are kind of trying to get to Florida, what our daughter goes to a wonderful school and she has a ton of Friends, so it ain't easy. You know what I mean? There's a lot of moving parts and I have family here. And I've been here since 19 76. I mean, this is my home who came out of New York right from Brooklyn to here. But. The feel here and the feel in Florida, I was just in Naples and Fort Myers and the people in Florida just enjoy
Florida Church Has Drag Queen Presentation
"Well, I think a lot of Americans are understanding that. The chaos that seems to be forming in this country in every arena of life is largely the product of the left. Why their children are being sexualized at such a young age. Where was this church oh yeah, maples Florida? Congregational church of Christ, I think it was. In Naples, Florida, a city I know pretty well. And the southwest coast of Florida had a an event scheduled an event for kids from about 12 to 16, where they would feature what do they call them again? Drag queens, yeah. They would feature drag queens and have other LGBTQ. Programs and teach them how to be political activists. This is a church. So this is an example of something that's happened in Judaism Protestantism and Catholicism. And that is the left destroying it.
Why Real Estate Is a Good Investment in Times of Serious Inflation
"You know, one of the biggest challenges right now is trying to figure out how to safeguard your money. In other words, what do you do given inflation is so rampant? The world is clearly a much crazier, dangerous place, and one of the things that people keep coming back to and that you hear over and over and over again from some of the brightest minds in investing is real estate. Which is great, so long as you have the time to write like manage your real estate. Well, what if you could actually do this through an investing vehicle? Through a private equity investing vehicle. How does that work? What might the returns look like? We're going to get into all of that today with my friend Charlie dombeck, who's joining us again from key city capital, but before we do, I got to just say, you know, Charlie, welcome. I'm looking at some of this data that's come in, and there's been some serious rent increases, which makes total sense to me, right? Total sense, given the inflation that we've seen in our economy, and also total sense, given the sort of exodus out of some of these very high tax states, but walk us through what's going on because that actually as I look at this a lot of these are markets that you guys are invested in. Yeah, it's been inflation, inflation inflation, and inflation has not escaped the multi-family residential rental market. And the statistics for 2021 came out last week. And they're actually quite surprising the rate of inflation in rental real estate is higher than the actual CPI, which is pushing 8% right now. And what's interesting is, overall, rental rate increases approach 13 and a half percent annually last year across the nation. But like any measure there are market set performed rather poorly and there are some markets and some areas that performed exceptionally. Well, and guess which ones performed very poorly. Everything in a blue state, right? High tax states, states that defunded the police. Your upper northeast, Boston, Washington, D.C., New York City, Chicago, many markets in California, where upwards of 70% of every dollar you make goes to some sort of social program, including taxation. So we see population shifts out of there. Where did the markets perform best? Well, everything south of the mason Dixon line those sun belt states performed exceptionally well. And in the markets that we serve, which are primarily Texas, Tennessee, and Florida, we saw massive rent increases. In the corridor between Naples and Tampa, it was 35% overall last year. In Memphis, Tennessee, where we have 1264 units, it was 29% in Dallas, Texas, 23%. So if you think about rate of return on an investment, certainly you're not going to get an 18 to 20% rate of return this year like we did the last three or four years. And the S&P 500, but you can find that in multi-family residential real estate.
As omicron spreads, Europe scrambles to shore up health care
"The the issues issues across across Europe Europe the the scrambling scrambling to to prop prop up up health health systems systems straight straight by by stock stock shortages shortages label label new new highly highly transmissible transmissible only only chrome chrome variant variant of of the the coronavirus coronavirus troops troops to to be be deployed deployed to to London London hospitals hospitals health health care care workers workers infected infected with with Kobe Kobe nineteen nineteen a a treating treating patients patients in in France France the the Netherlands Netherlands is is on on to to a a lockdown lockdown and and ten ten to to two two field field hospitals hospitals have have gone gone up up in in Sicily Sicily the the medical medical director director of of Britain's Britain's National National Health Health Service Service says says the the wave wave of of infections infections crashing crashing over over the the continent continent as as overcome overcome spreads spreads means means more more patients patients to to treat treat the the fewest fewest off off to to treat treat them them the the head head of of a a hospital hospital doctors doctors association association in in Naples Naples Italy Italy says says the the situation situation is is critical critical much much worse worse than than what what it it appears appears I'm I'm Charles Charles Taylor Taylor that's that's my my
"naples" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"Mike Gallagher show. A whistleblower has brought forth an email from the counter terrorism division of the FBI talking about threat tagging, incidents where these parents are protests are going to get school boards. If that does not shock everybody on this committee, you've been in Congress too long. That memo was out. It was disturbing enough to an FBI agent to become a whistleblower. This is a cover up at the Department of Justice. In the relief factor dot com studios, here's Mike. We have a bit of a playful competition, although for my buddy Hugh Hewitt in the mornings, I guess it is sometimes it doesn't seem that playful. And he's catching up on me on our prison fellowship campaign, but he doesn't know about well, he doesn't, everybody's about to find out what just happened. We're in the middle of the angel tree campaign, which helps this beautiful ministry, prison fellowship blessed the children of prisoners with a personalized gift from their mom or dad who's in prison, and it delivers the gospel to these special kids. These children, through no fault of their own, are going to spend Christmas without mom or dad. I've shared with you on a personal level. I know what that feels like. I lost my dad when I was 11 years old on Christmas Day, which was really hard. Christmas for years was very tough for me. So this campaign is very personal for me. And we have a lofty goal. We got a big goal to get these kids Christmas gifts. $25 in Stanley's all takes to get a child sponsored. And I put an offer out. I thought, how could I marry the prison fellowship angel tree campaign with my appearance as Oliver warbucks in South Carolina in the production of Annie? Because we got three more weekends of shows. And I threw a crazy thing out there. I thought, you know what? If you make a tax deductible donation to this beautiful ministry, where you will bless all these kids with Christmas gifts. You realize if you give a kid the gospel and a kid, a Christmas present that is from their mom or dad. If you're gonna make that happen, you know you might change their life forever. You may change their life to eternity. You may turn that child to God. And that child is probably in the inner city that child is probably in a statistically and a low income community, maybe a black or brown kid, white kid, it doesn't matter. You're gonna turn these children's lives around. So I thought you know what would be kind of cool. We have these box seats at the children's theater. And I bought a bunch of the seats in the boxes and they're great seats on the site. So brand new theater right there in downtown Greenville. And I thought, what if I could get a donor? Because everybody around the country has heard about me doing this show. And I apologize, I know I've talked about it too much. And make sure you get line one back, Tracy. I want to talk to line one. So we'll see if we can get him back. Because I think he wants to talk about what we were just talking about. So I had this idea what if we offered a trip to South Carolina to a donor who would like to step up and make a huge donation to our prison fellowship ministry? For ten to that for $10,000, you and three of your family or friends will fly you to South Carolina will put you up in one of these beautiful box seats. You'll have your own private box. You'll see Annie. You'll see my performances Oliver warbucks will put you up in a beautiful hotel probably with a Weston point set in downtown. I'll take you to dinner. And it'll be a great VIP experience for you for your tax deductible donation of $10,000. And there are people who have a blessed life and God has been good to and they are able to do that. And I put it out there for a couple of days. Nobody really took the invitation. Then we got an email. From a lady in Naples, Florida. And she is in. $10,000. And when she was talking with Joey Hudson about and Tom triad up from our team, she decided to double the donation. It's 20,000. She wasn't sure if she and her family could make it. Now it looks like they will be. So, to Lisa and Nancy of Naples, Florida, I am overwhelmed by your generosity. I'm grateful, and as I look at the totals yesterday, Hewitt's catch it up on me. Now, the 20,000 is going to widen the lead. But the way he wants to beat me, in these campaigns. The way he's always ragged on me and he's making fun of me and he all the things he says about me. Says he's got a bigger audience than I do. That's not true. He says he wins in these campaigns. He is not true. But for crying out loud, if you disagree with you about anything, you can't let him win in this prison fellowship ministry. In fact, where'd that call or go Tracy, there was somebody wanted to talk about Hewitt and was going to, I don't know, I think it was about the prison fellowship campaign. He hung up too bad. I would have liked to talk to him. But at the end of the day, and he is, you got within yesterday, he's within $4000 of my total. Because we came out of the gate really strong and now he's picking up the pace. All you have to do to make a donation is go to Mike online dot com..
Lisa and Nancy From Naples Help Mike Gallagher Lead Against Hugh Hewitt
"What if we offered a trip to South Carolina to a donor who would like to step up and make a huge donation to our prison fellowship ministry? For ten to that for $10,000, you and three of your family or friends will fly you to South Carolina will put you up in one of these beautiful box seats. You'll have your own private box. You'll see Annie. You'll see my performances Oliver warbucks will put you up in a beautiful hotel probably with a Weston point set in downtown. I'll take you to dinner. And it'll be a great VIP experience for you for your tax deductible donation of $10,000. And there are people who have a blessed life and God has been good to and they are able to do that. And I put it out there for a couple of days. Nobody really took the invitation. Then we got an email. From a lady in Naples, Florida. And she is in. $10,000. And when she was talking with Joey Hudson about and Tom triad up from our team, she decided to double the donation. It's 20,000. She wasn't sure if she and her family could make it. Now it looks like they will be. So, to Lisa and Nancy of Naples, Florida, I am overwhelmed by your generosity. I'm grateful, and as I look at the totals yesterday, Hewitt's catch it up on me. Now, the 20,000 is going to widen the lead.
Biden Says Pope Francis Called Him a Good Catholic
"Get to. I want to start with the globalists scenic tour throughout Europe. Now, I spent about an hour researching at this this morning and I found very little coverage about this. It was just kind of almost it was coverage as if this was the Emmys, or if it was the Oscars. It was like here's who showed up, here's what they wore. Here's how they wore their mask and the only questions reporters asked is who are you wearing? You know, what sort of fashion icon? Are they, are they, I guess advertising. So it started in Rome with the G 20 summit. Now these summits are largely a waste of time. It is nothing more than political theater. Joe Biden met with the Pope for an unusual amount of time. There is some Internet suspicion that there might have been something that happened in that meeting. We're going to do our own independent reporting until we kind of go through mentioning that one, but it's very strange meeting between Joe Biden and the Pope. And then the Pope comes out and he says, no, actually Joe Biden said with the Pope said, I don't think the Pope actually set up. He said, he had a Pope just wants to say, I'm such a great Catholic. Which I find very interesting for someone who is okay with a million abortions a year every single year how the Pope could call him a good Catholic, but I am not Catholic, therefore I'm not going to say much else about this Pope. You guys can email me your thoughts freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com for faithful Catholics out there that have opinions of what he has been doing or his certain perspectives. And so that's what it started in Rome, and now they're in Glasgow, Scotland. And so they all flew from Rome to Glasgow for a climate change event. So the most obvious first question is, why did they stay in Rome? Or they needed a real venue change? Why did they go to Naples or Florence? They could have just took a bus. Instead, they had to load up on private planes, and fly all the way to Glasgow, Scotland for the continuation of the internationalist climate change conference. And so Biden has been pushing for a borderless society while he was in the Vatican one of the most militarized walled off communities in kind of nations on the planet. And then he gets in a private jet, Air Force One and flies to
Rep. Byron Donalds Accuses Democrats of Rank Intimidation Against Oil Companies
"But Byron donalds is a congressman from around Naples the Naples area of Florida Is an African American I saw him on TV once I thought he was superb and I brought him on life liberty and levent He said really good guy Turns out he's been listening to me on the radio for years And since we've had him on he's been all over Fox Why Because the other host know a great guest when they see one On my show of course And anyway so Byron donalds was at this hearing yesterday and he had had enough He heard this crap And here's what he had to say cut 12 go First of all to the witnesses the leaders of Exxon Chevron BP shell I know that the climate activists and Twitter world which Dave Chappelle says doesn't exist and he's right because it's just people who have nothing better to do with type on your keyboards And we do it too here in Congress But let's be very clear you need an apology because what I witnessed today was just rank intimidation by the chair of this committee Trying to get you to pledge on what you're going to spend your money on is a gross violation of the First Amendment And just because we're members of Congress and we got microphones and we passed laws does not mean that we also have the ability to infringe on your ability to what to organize whether it's API or anybody else or what you choose to spend your money on It is
"naples" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate
"Then while bird. Chicken sandwich doesn't matter the hot chicken. No hot chick. And but here's the description underneath because they go. How hot is hot says carolina reaper. Rub and i go you know what eighty nine this british outgoing. It did anybody order now. We both got the great american burger on the subject of having to stop home. Because you had to go a nasty thing. What is the place if you're targeting a place to go to to use the bathroom because you're just not gonna make any hotel any heard that multiple times. I've done that before. I don't pass many hotels but like fear. My fear of going my fear of going to hotel would be that like. I'm not allowed or that there is. There's yeah i need a key or something like that. There isn't one that's commonly available on the first floor. So you've gotta you've gotta know that there's definitely a bad but there is. That's the thing. There's always a bathroom on the first floor because the the people that work there have to go to the bathroom at some point and there's not like employees bathrooms bathroom so my brother-in-law who does a lot of sales stuff on the road. He goes up to like palm beach. Naples goes to different places and he always says the best place to take a shit. If you're on the road is at a hotel you walk in like you own. The place make a pitstop quickly at the bathroom. It's always clean because nobody uses it because everybody goes to the room and use the toilet in their room. Excellent shout so som- i'm going to start targeting hotels. I made a massive mistake once targeted. A i thought it would be known kiernan door and it was a it was a war zone in their a one of the worst bathrooms have ever been to but i persevered as you know it was an emergency.
US Special Operations Vets Carry out Daring Mission to Save Afghan Allies
"Your government has abandoned american citizens in kabul and something. I've been watching happen in real time. And i've been getting phone. Calls and emails and texts nonstop are american citizens that of stepped up and have actually started to dead. Americans freed because our own government refuses to do so. This is called pineapple express not that pineapple express. Okay a different. I don't know how did they come up with the same pineapple. Express i okay. Which is a rogue team of retired s. vets who have been rescuing people during secret missions conducted behind biden's back. This has been executed by private equity investors by veterans that are just flying across the world because our own government refuses to do this work. They're flying into turkmenistan. Tajikistan they're flying into kirghistan and just literally dead in cars from people that they know and driving into afghanistan arming themselves. They're trying to do it through force and they are successfully extracting americans and interpreters that they knew that. Help them in fact. There are stories right here that this private american citizens zack van meter to good dutch name. Private equity investor from naples florida. He phoned the government somaliland asking if it would host thousands of afghan refugees. See this guy's smart. He doesn't wanna bring the refugees to america so we just calls somaliland whereas somaliland is that near somalia. Never heard of it before somaliland. Why doesn't he llano. is that where she's from. She's from refugee camp in kenya to tell us terrible we are. The group is talking with officials from albania. Ukraine and other countries hoping to find places for them to settle the us government by the way the biden regime. The state department is trying to stop this from happening. You see the thing. That joe biden doesn't want to see happen is successful extractions of people because his government is too incompetent. Biden is too busy sending hellfire missiles at random civilians and killing children
Italian Alleged Mobster Linked to Stolen Van Goghs Is Held in Dubai
"Most wanted men has been arrested in Dubai. Italian police say the alleged cocaine traffickers suspected of having bought two stolen van Gogh paintings on the black market was arrested on August 4th. Rafael in pity. Allah is being held in the United Arab Emirates, while Italy's Justice Ministry completes extradition procedures. The 46 year old is an alleged kingpin and the Naples based camera organized crime syndicate. Wanted in Italy for alleged international drug trafficking and money laundering. In 2016 to then go paintings that had been stolen in 2000 and two from an Amsterdam museum were found stashed in a farmhouse on property in Italy, owned by MPD Ali.
"naples" Discussed on Uncovered Cinema Podcast
"So he continually went for years and years and then his son wanted to get all the coins in one shot instead of having to go every year for the rest of their life. You wanted to just steal the clothes off of the demon while he was eating and but they find out there is a cost to this greed. So they they construct this plan to bring all these dolls in but find out for every dollar they bring a demon comes out to eat each individual born and they basically pay the cost. Yeah. It's it's part of the curse, man. If you're too greedy, you're going to get overwhelmed by your greed. Yeah, I found the original lore, the original myth of hastur that this film was created after, it's not too long, I'll read it out. The world was created by the goddess of prosperity who gave birth to 16 Corolla, I don't know how to pronounce that Courier crore off. That's a 16-core gods and goddesses, the Earth was her womb and she had large, perhaps endless reserves a golden grain from this room spring her first burn her favorites, just evil of her children faster, though. Born a Celestial being hastur's, intentions were less than noble. We wished to gain control, what we wish to gain control or goddesses wealth. While she let him have the gold, his 16-core siblings declared war on him as soon as he reached for the grain, which fed Gods and Men, like we came in Naples the same, their attacks, Hey sisters..
"naples" Discussed on The Wise Fool