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"neuville" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:26 min | 4 months ago

"neuville" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of riddle it is Wednesday. Today, the 13th Day of January. It is always to have you along, everybody. Not for the first time in the last week or 10 days or so we begin this program with a sidelong glance at the politics of this economy. History, of course, being made today in the House. Our Elaine, though, is where we shall stay with a couple of items to note the part that businesses are playing right now and then on to the economics of this economy. How about that? Item number one Airbnb. Short term rental company said today it is canceling all of its short term rentals in Washington, D. C. During inauguration week, refunds and reimbursements in full will be paid to hosts and travelers. The rationale there. Hopefully, self explanatory item number two corporate political donations. Boeing today joined Hallmark and Wal Mart a bunch of Wall Street banks and smothers in suspending all political donations. The question, of course. Is how long that lasts on the topic of how long things are gonna last. We turn now to the gains to be had from those $600 relief checks that started going out a couple of weeks ago, and when we might expect to start seeing them show up in this economy. Marketplaces. Marielle Segarra has been talking to some people about how they're spending or not spending that money. When Austin Flannery in Greenville, South Carolina, got his $600 check. He decided to splurge first on a barbecue dinner with his girlfriend. Breasts get beans, potato salad iced tea. That meal was like 70 bucks, then on some clothes like a $50 pair of pants. Then he saw a painting at a local store of some French actor from the 18 hundreds who's all dressed up and smoking a pipe. About that, too. And then I went home and I was like, man, he needs to be tattooed on me. He looks so elegant. So I got a tattoo of them on his forearm. Another 400 bucks. In flattery, got the first check in the spring. He used it to pay off medical bills, but he had just lost his job at an insurance company. Since then, he's gotten a new job. Luckily enough, I'm in a financial place right now. Where I could afford toe have a little bit of fun, so I did. One reason the government is sending out checks is so that people like Flannery will spend money. Another is economic relief. I heard from people today who used the money to pay for necessities like rent and heating oil. In San Diego, Katherine Alinsky and her husband got $1200 some of that weight towards just still just trying to survive, specifically gas and electric. They save the rest. Alinsky's a hairstylist and her salon is currently shut down. Honestly, who knows what 2021 is gonna look like for work for me, and we always just going to be more prepared than lash. A lot of people are using the money to set themselves up financially like Hector M. Rico in Chicago. Me and my fiance. We plan to buy a house soon. So definitely trying to pay off some debt to, uh, you know, build the credit, getting better interest rate on a mortgage. And he's using some of the money to buy raffle prizes for his students. He teaches phys ed at a pre k through eight public school. I like to give out like little predominate. Ear's I get on that, like target sometimes 30 20 bucks jump ropes at the dollar store. One thing I heard over and over, a lot of people are giving a portion of their check away to neighbors, family members and charities like food banks. Marielle Segarra for MARKETPLACE In tomorrow's News of this economy today, President elect Biden's expected to announce his plans for another round of covert relief tomorrow. Likely to include $2000 checks to individuals extended unemployment benefits more money to cities and states and some Democratic members of Congress are pushing for Biden to include baby bonds $1000 for every newborn child as a way to help close the racial wealth gap. Marketplaces. Smithfield has that one. The idea is that every baby in the U. S. Would get a savings account at birth that the federal government would add to every year how much would depend on the family's income? Once kids turn 18. They could use it to pay for college, Buy a house or start a business. Derrick Hamilton is an economics professor at the new school. It will ensure that regardless of the family, you're born into regardless of your race or your gender, you have some asset foundation by which to accumulate assets. Security white families in the U. S. Typically have 10 times more wealth than black families, according to a study from the Brookings Institution. And William Elliot, a social work professor at the University of Michigan, says baby bonds would help close that gap. We can't make racism go away easily. We can't make gender inequality go away easily right, but we can provide people resource is And it has tangible effects on people's lives. Those effects are more than just financial, says Michael Sharad, in he directs the Center for Social Development at Washington University. Because we'll do better educationally. Their social development will be higher at an earlier age, the parents arm or engaged with their Children's future. Programs like this already exist in some states, including main Pennsylvania and Nebraska. The federal proposal would cost roughly $60 billion a year. David Neuville at the nonprofit Prosperity now says more stimulus and unemployment should be the government's first priorities. But if we really want to transform the economy in the long run, I think an investment like this is absolutely necessary to really begin to close that divide. And with Democrats about to be in control in Washington, Neuville says he thinks Baby Bond stand a real chance of passing. I'm Samantha Fields for marketplace little bit mixed on Wall Street today, not a whole lot of enthusiasm. Either direction will have the details when we do the numbers. Netflix has a new strategy for 2021. It's kind of ambitious, even for a company known to throw money at its content problems. A new movie every single week..

Marielle Segarra Austin Flannery Biden Katherine Alinsky David Neuville professor Airbnb Washington Elaine federal government Netflix Brookings Institution Derrick Hamilton Greenville Wal Mart South Carolina Congress Samantha Fields
"neuville" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

06:15 min | 4 months ago

"neuville" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Have you along, everybody. Not for the first time in the last week or 10 days or so we begin this program with a sidelong glance at the politics of this economy. History, of course, being made today in the House. Our Elaine, though, is where we shall stay with a couple of items to note the part that businesses are playing right now and then on to the economics of this economy. How about that? I'm number one Airbnb short term rental company said today it is canceling all of its short term rentals in Washington, D. C. During inauguration week, refunds and reimbursements. In full will be paid the hosts and travelers the rationale there, hopefully, self explanatory item number two corporate political donations. Boeing today joined Hallmark and Wal Mart a bunch of Wall Street banks and smothers in suspending all political donations. The question, of course, is how long that lasts on the topic of how long things are gonna last. We turn now to the gains to be had from those $600 relief checks that started going out a couple of weeks ago, and when we might expect to start seeing them show up in this economy. Marketplaces. Marielle Segarra has been talking to some people about how they're spending or not spending that money. When Austin Flannery in Greenville, South Carolina, got his $600 check. He decided to splurge first on a barbecue dinner with his girlfriend breast, Get beans, potato salad iced tea. That meal was like 70 bucks, then on some clothes like a $50 pair of pants. Then he saw a painting at a local store of some French actor from the 18 hundreds who's all dressed up and smoking a pipe. About that, too. And then I went home and I was like, man, he needs to be tattooed on me. He looks so elegant. So I got a tattoo of them on his forearm. Another 400 bucks. In flattery, got the first check in the spring. He used it to pay off medical bills, but he had just lost his job at an insurance company. Since then, he's gotten a new job. Luckily enough, I'm in a financial place right now. Where I could afford toe have a little bit of fun, so I did. One reason the government is sending out checks is so that people like Flannery will spend money. Another is economic relief. I heard from people today who used the money to pay for necessities like rent and heating oil. In San Diego, Katherine Kolinsky and her husband got $1200 some of that weight toward just still just trying to survive. Specifically gas and electric. They save the rest. Alinsky's a hairstylist and her salon is currently shut down. Honestly, who knows what 2021 is gonna look like for work for me? And we always gonna be more prepared than last. A lot of people are using the money to set themselves up financially like Hector M. Rico in Chicago. Me and my fiance. We plan to buy a house soon, so definitely trying to pay off and that, you know, build the credit get a better interest rate on a mortgage. And he's using some of the money to buy raffle prizes for his students. He teaches phys ed at a pre k through eight public school. I like to give out like little predominate. Ear's I get on that, like target sometimes 30 20 bucks. Jump ropes at the dollar store. One thing I heard over and over. Ah, lot of people are giving a portion of their check away to neighbors, family members and charities like food banks. Marielle Segarra for MARKETPLACE In tomorrow's News of this economy today, President elect Biden's expected to announce his plans for another round of covert relief tomorrow. Likely to include $2000 checks to individuals extended unemployment benefits more money to cities and states and some Democratic members of Congress are pushing for Biden to include baby bonds $1000 for every newborn child as a way to help close the racial wealth gap. Working places. Smithfield has that one. The idea is that every baby in the U. S. Would get a savings account at birth that the federal government would add to every year. How much would depend on the family's income? Once kids turn 18? They could use it to pay for college, Buy a house or start a business. Eric Hamilton is an economics professor at the new school. It will ensure that regardless of the family, you're born into regardless of your race or your gender. You have some asset foundation by which to accumulate assets Security. White families in the U. S. Typically have 10 times more wealth and black families, according to a study from the Brookings Institution. And William Elliot, a social work professor at the University of Michigan says baby bonds would help close that gap. We can't make racism go away easily. We can't make gender inequality go away easily, right? But we can provide people with a resource is it it has tangible effects on people's lives. Those effects are more than just financial, says Michael Sharad, in he directs the Center for Social Development at Washington University will do better educationally. Their social development will be higher at an earlier age, the parents arm or engaged with their Children's future programs like this already exist in some states, including main Pennsylvania and Nebraska. The federal proposal would cost roughly $60 billion a year. David Neuville at the nonprofit Prosperity now says more stimulus and unemployment should be the government's first priorities. But if we really want to transform the economy in the long run, I think an investment like this is absolutely necessary to really begin to close that divide and with Democrats about to be in control in Washington, Neuville says he thinks baby Bond stand a real chance of passing. I'm Samantha Fields for marketplace little bit mixed on Wall Street today, not a whole lot of enthusiasm. Either direction will have the details when we do the numbers. Netflix has a new strategy for 2021. It's kind of ambitious, even for a company known to throw money at.

Marielle Segarra Austin Flannery David Neuville professor Airbnb Biden Washington Elaine federal government Netflix Brookings Institution Greenville Wal Mart South Carolina Eric Hamilton Congress Samantha Fields
"neuville" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:25 min | 4 months ago

"neuville" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is Wednesday. Today, the 13th Day of January. It is always to have you along, everybody. Not for the first time in the last week or 10 days or so we begin this program with a sidelong glance at the politics of this economy. History, of course, being made today in the House. Our Elaine, though, is where we shall stay with a couple of items to note the part that businesses are playing right now and then on to the economics of this economy. How about that? I'm number one Airbnb short term rental company said today it is canceling all of it. Short term rentals in Washington, D. C. During inauguration week, refunds and reimbursements. In full will be paid the hosts and travelers the rationale there, hopefully, self explanatory item number two corporate political donations. Boeing today joined Hallmark and Wal Mart a bunch of Wall Street banks and smothers in suspending all political donations. The question, of course. Is how long that lasts on the topic of how long things are gonna last. We turn now to the gains to be had from those $600 relief checks that started going out a couple of weeks ago, and when we might expect to start seeing them show up in this economy. Marketplaces. Marielle Segarra has been talking to some people about how they're spending or not spending that money. When Austin Flannery in Greenville, South Carolina, got his $600 check. He decided to splurge first on a barbecue dinner with his girlfriend. Breasts get beans, potato salad iced tea. That meal was like 70 bucks, then on some clothes like a $50 pair of pants. Then he saw a painting at a local store of some French actor from the 18 hundreds who's all dressed up and smoking a pipe. About that, too. And then I went home and I was like, man, he needs to be tattooed on their. He looks so elegant. So I got a tattoo of them on his forearm. Another 400 bucks. Inflator. He got the first check in the spring. He used it to pay off medical bills. But he had just lost his job at an insurance company. Since then, he's gotten a new job. Luckily enough, I'm gonna financial place right now. Where I could afford toe have a little bit of fun, So I did. One reason the government is sending out checks is so that people like Flannery will spend money. Another is economic relief. I heard from people today who used the money to pay for necessities like rent and heating oil. In San Diego, Katherine Alinsky and her husband got $1200 some of that weight towards just still just trying to survive, specifically gas and electric. They saved the rest. Alinsky's a hairstylist and her salon is currently shut down. Honestly, who knows what 2021 is gonna look like for work for me, and we always just going to be more prepared than less. A lot of people are using the money to set themselves up financially like Hector M. Rico in Chicago. Me and my fiance. We plan to buy a house soon. So definitely trying to pay off some debts. Uh, you know, build the credit get a better interest rate on a mortgage. And he's using some of the money to buy raffle prizes for his students. He teaches phys ed at a pre k through eight public school. I like to give out like little predominate. Ear's I get on that, like target sometimes 30 20 bucks jump ropes at the dollar store. One thing I heard over and over, a lot of people are giving a portion of their check away to neighbors, family members and charities like food banks. Marielle Segarra for MARKETPLACE In tomorrow's News of this economy today, President elect Biden's expected to announce his plans for another round of covert relief tomorrow. Likely to include $2000 checks to individuals extended unemployment benefits more money to cities and states and some Democratic members of Congress are pushing for Biden to include baby bonds $1000 for every newborn child as a way to help close the racial wealth gap. Working places. Samantha Field has that one. The idea is that every baby in the U. S. Would get a savings account at birth that the federal government would add to every year how much would depend on the family's income? Once kids turn 18. They could use it to pay for college, Buy a house or start a business. Derrick Hamilton is an economics professor at the new school. It will ensure that regardless of the family, you're born into regardless of your race or your gender, you have some asset foundation by which to accumulate assets. Security white families in the U. S. Typically have 10 times more wealth and black families, according to a study from the Brookings Institution. And William Elliot, a social work professor at the University of Michigan, says baby bonds would help close that gap. We can't make racism go away easily. We can make gender inequality go away easily right, but we can provide people resource is And it has tangible effects on people's lives. Those effects are more than just financial, says Michael Sharad, in he directs the Center for Social Development at Washington University. The kids will do better educationally. Their social development will be higher at an earlier age, the parents arm or engaged with their Children's future. Programs like this already exist in some states, including main Pennsylvania and Nebraska. The federal proposal would cost roughly $60 billion a year. David Neuville at the nonprofit Prosperity now says more stimulus and unemployment should be the government's first priorities. But if we really want to transform the economy in the long run, I think an investment like this is absolutely necessary to really begin to close that divide. And with Democrats about to be in control in Washington, Neuville says he thinks Baby Bond stand a real chance of passing. I'm Samantha Fields for marketplace little bit mixed on Wall Street today, not a whole lot of enthusiasm. Either direction will have the details when we do the numbers. Netflix has a new strategy for 2021. It's kind of ambitious, even for a company known to throw money at its content problems. A new movie every single week..

Marielle Segarra Austin Flannery Katherine Alinsky David Neuville Airbnb Biden Washington Elaine federal government professor Netflix Samantha Fields Brookings Institution Derrick Hamilton Greenville Wal Mart South Carolina Congress
"neuville" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:27 min | 4 months ago

"neuville" Discussed on KCRW

"In Los Angeles. I'm kind of riddle it is Wednesday. Today, the 13th Day of January. It is always to have you along, everybody. Not for the first time in the last week or 10 days or so we begin this program with a sidelong glance at the politics of this economy. History, of course, being made today in the House. Our Elaine, though, is where we shall stay with a couple of items to note the part that businesses are playing right now and then on to the economics of this economy. How about that? I'm number one Airbnb short term rental company said today it is canceling all of its short term rentals in Washington, D. C. During inauguration week, refunds and reimbursements. In full will be paid the hosts and travelers the rationale there, hopefully, self explanatory item number two corporate political donations. Boeing today joined Hallmark and Wal Mart a bunch of Wall Street banks and smothers in suspending all political donations. The question, of course, is how long that lasts on the topic of how long things are gonna last. We turn now to the gains to be had from those $600 relief checks that started going out a couple of weeks ago, and when we might expect to start seeing them show up in this economy. Marketplaces. Marielle Segarra has been talking to some people about how they're spending or not spending that money. When Austin Flannery in Greenville, South Carolina, got his $600 check. He decided to splurge first on a barbecue dinner with his girlfriend breast, Get beans, potato salad, iced tea that meals like 70 bucks. Then on some clothes like a $50 pair of pants. Then he saw painting at a local store of some French actor from the 18 hundreds who's all dressed up and smoking a pipe about that, too. And then I went home and I was like, man, he needs to be tattooed on me. He looks so elegant. So I got a tattoo of them on his forearm. Another 400 bucks. Inflator. He got the first check in the spring. He used it to pay off medical bills. But he had just lost his job at an insurance company. Since then, he's gotten a new job. Luckily enough, I'm gonna financial place right now. Where I could afford toe have a little bit of fun, So I did. One reason the government is sending out checks is so that people like Flannery will spend money. Another is economic relief. I heard from people today who used the money to pay for necessities like rent and heating oil. In San Diego, Katherine Kolinsky and her husband got $1200 some of that weight toward just still just trying to survive, specifically gas and electric. They save the rest. Alinsky's a hairstylist and her salon is currently shut down. Honestly, who knows what 2021 is gonna look like for work for me, and we always just going to be more prepared than last. A lot of people are using the money to set themselves up financially like Hector M. Rico in Chicago. Me and my fiance. We plan to buy a house soon. So definitely trying to pay off some debts. Uh, you know, build the credit get a better interest rate on the mortgage. And he's using some of the money to buy raffle prizes for his students. He teaches phys ed at a pre k through eight public school. I like to give out like little predominate. Ear's I get on that, like target sometimes 30 20 bucks. Jump ropes at the dollar store. One thing I heard over and over, a lot of people are giving a portion of their check away to neighbors, family members and charities like food banks. Marielle Segarra for MARKETPLACE In tomorrow's News of this economy today, President elect Biden's expected to announce his plans for another round of covert relief tomorrow. Likely to include $2000 checks to individuals extended unemployment benefits more money to cities and states and some Democratic members of Congress are pushing for Biden to include baby bonds $1000 for every newborn child as a way to help close the racial wealth gap. Working places. Smithfield has that one. The idea is that every baby in the U. S. Would get a savings account at birth that the federal government would add to every year how much would depend on the family's income? Once kids turn 18. They could use it to pay for college, Buy a house or start a business. Derrick Hamilton is an economics professor at the new school. It will ensure that regardless of the family, you're born into regardless of your race or your gender, you have some asset foundation by which to accumulate assets. Security white families in the U. S. Typically have 10 times more wealth and black families, according to a study from the Brookings Institution. And William Elliot, a social work professor at the University of Michigan, says baby bonds would help close that gap. We can't make racism go away easily. We can't make gender inequality go away easily, right? But we can provide people resource is it It has tangible effects on people's lives. Those effects are more than just financial, says Michael Sharad, in he directs the Center for Social Development at Washington University will do better educationally. Their social development will be higher at an earlier age, the parents arm or engaged with their Children's future. Programs like this already exist in some states, including main Pennsylvania and Nebraska. The federal proposal would cost roughly $60 billion a year. David Neuville at the nonprofit Prosperity now says more stimulus and unemployment should be the government's first priorities. But if we really want to transform the economy in the long run, I think an investment like this is absolutely necessary to really begin to close that divide. And with Democrats about to be in control in Washington, Neuville says he thinks Baby Bond stand a real chance of passing. I'm Samantha Fields for marketplace little bit mixed on Wall Street today, not a whole lot of enthusiasm. Either direction will have the details when we do the numbers. Netflix has a new strategy for 2021. It's kind of ambitious, even for a company known to throw money at its content problems. A new movie every single week..

Marielle Segarra Austin Flannery Biden David Neuville professor Los Angeles Elaine Airbnb federal government Washington Netflix Brookings Institution Derrick Hamilton Greenville Wal Mart South Carolina Congress Samantha Fields
"neuville" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:27 min | 10 months ago

"neuville" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Popcorn. Walmart now turning its parking lots into drive in movie theaters, Not all their stores, but 320 movies are going to be showing it 160 stores starting next Friday. And this will run through October 21st around the country What was like E. T and Wizard of Oz, also the iron giant and the Black Panther. A lot of good movies in family good ones. For the folks to enjoy getting out and having some family fun Now, here in Alabama, it is going to happen it Walmarts in Attallah and also in Gadsden, October 6th and seventh at the Wal Mart, the Talon. And October 9th and 10th in Gadsden. No word on any You know Walmarts here in the Birmingham or Tuscaloosa area, But we will keep you posted. That's kind of a cool idea. Obviously, they're going to create a really good family environment with this and practice all the social distancing. And of course, they're gonna have all the concessions lined up for you. As well. Well, Looks like the president really wants to debate Joe Biden. Um, I just I can't imagine how that debate whatever come off. I don't think that Ah They're going to get Biden up there on the stage against Donald Trump one on one like that in front of the country. What? What benefit is there for Joe Biden? He as you've seen time and time again is pretty clueless as to what's going on in this world. And, you know, I gotta tell you if I'm his wife, aren't you thinking yourself? How long do I have to put this? You know, on thiss false sense of. Hey, we really know what's going on here because I mean she's backing him up Obviously, 100% saying he's going to be great for the country and oh, yeah, Joe's right on track with everything. He's not even sure what's going on every day. I mean, there's clearly something going on here with him. That was campaign sent a letter of president Requesting the debate. The debates are already planned for September 29th in October 22nd but they are scheduled after boning would have already started. So the president wants these things. Get going the debates before the November elections. Yeah. Good luck, Mr President, I I just think that there's going to be so much pushback from the Democrats to keep Joe Biden in that basement and away from a monster monster DBA heat. That would just be. I mean, clearly embarrassing, if not to the point of sad. There's no way I mean Hillary Clinton was sharpen her debates. And is articulate and smart. Ah Donald Trump made a mockery of her during debates. What? Imagine what would happen if Joe Biden were on stage. Oh, yeah. So we'll keep an eye on this, but they sent an official letter saying, Let's go with these debates here. Some good news from the president Dave cut five year talking about helping the survivors of human trafficking. The Department of Justice has issued $35 million in grants to 73 organizations nationwide. Providing assistance to human trafficking victims. My administration will never rest in our fight against the human trafficking is what to be. It's one of the most horrific of crimes. He also says the wall at the southern border is certainly helped in this fight. The wall is up to 277 miles right now, and it's going up by the end of the year. It will be largely finished shortly shortly after the end of the year, and it's had a tremendous impact a very positive impact on human trafficking. Well, I'm glad he's getting after this, He explained that survivors have faced, you know heightened dangers during this current virus pandemic and decided once again right there, the wall having a big positive impact on that. I'm glad he's getting after. It's a major problem, and we know that here in our area, of course I 20. AA is certainly well known for human trafficking. But the more awareness that has brought to this problem in this horrific crime in this massive Destruction of human lives, The better it will be, and the more we can accomplish in breaking these rings up because it is is just a horrific and a massive criminal organization. It is 6 26 Alabama's morning news, traffic and weather together. Bottom of the hour News with Fox and Angie Neuville coming Oppa's well less than four minutes. Alabama's morning news. Finding a high impact hire is a serious.

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"neuville" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"neuville" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"And you can do something about it. If it's unpredictable. What can you do and it would take them until Saturday morning? And I. Almost comfortable. We're never at times comfortable in the car. And I think actually we have to give Novello a lot more credit than perhaps a lot of people aren't giving him because I think he struggled with that car. What are you can I? Yourself against you team mates, consistently only had one fulltime teammate and Mickelson and he absolutely killed him. Then he also had two other teammates who were benefiting from a better role position. And he would still be at the end of a lotta rallies, you know, many positions, but you still beat them very difficult situation for Neuville this year. I think I think he had a great chance in twenty seventeen of being champion. Again, hug perhaps the best chance this year being the best downs over me. As his chances could have gone now. Because tonight to next year we're going to be so strong. But one of the other issues that we haven't talked about Fanin for Novelli, and you touched on it briefly with OJ's he had the support of his teammates and a team around him. It was difficult because you know, Dani Sordo and Hayden doing a split season never easy. But for me, the guy that let them down this year was Mickelson. You know, we all love Andres MacOS, and he is a great guy fabulous fellow. But he hasn't turned up this year. He I know he's had east haddock as handsome results. He's handsome reliability issues. He's handsome problems, but he has struggled so much with that cowardice. And as a feeling about the place that the cost simply went work for him. And he's, you know, never a driver starts talking about having to to change their driving style to suit the car, you're onto hiding sent ten Athena. I was very often the case in this situation days wasn't it with you'll lobe develops the citizens and they were built around him. Is that perhaps this suggestion? The high end I is built around Ville. Because you Peyton pardon went from being in twenty sixteen a proper challenger for this Iceland, twenty seventeen to being newer because he couldn't handle that car. Now, we find Mickelson coming in. He's parachuted in because there's an argument that perhaps pyden was on the show performing in twenty seventeen is was Bob Sordo. So they bring in the boy one golden boy, and he's not as you rightly say able to get the grips of the car. But but is that, but I would like to seen I would love to same pattern in a full season this year because I genuinely think, you know, from where he started he could have built back up to that. You know last year was every driver's nightmare history in Monte Carlo. And I don't get who you are. It takes time to get over an accident like that he started again this year and I fail if he'd been given a Fago this year he would have been back up there. But equally the team have said that neither of those two drives has ever performed better than this year because they've been fighting like hell for the potential CARA of a full-time drive this year, which actually all next year. Which actually isn't gonna come. But you know, the the certainly the start of the episode. I was strong was strong. And then he retired in Germany. Dot five once in in rallies finished, and then in Spain's for me the second it was disappointing. But pattern was strong pretty much all the way through politically was leading. And then how to problem import you went off or whatever. But after that he knew what he had to do for the team and he delivered. You get exactly what you had to do for me. The big question Mark over Padden number of question marks because you know, Michelle known Donut hound I had history of backing drivers. And supporting drivers through difficult times. Let's not forget that what two and a half years ago..

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"neuville" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"neuville" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"I was at the penultimate stage last as ultimate stages. Well, the only car I've world rally cars that didn't have some substantial damage all of them unsubstantial damage, the only one that was unmarked who she is car oggi's guy. He knows how to drive in circumstances that require a certain outcome, but he doesn't deviate from it. But also anything's down. He knew from, you know, Friday afternoon as soon as Jerry not the tire rim or the Taekema through whatever he knew was behind him. Any new the championship was then his because of the running order thing on the weekend, but Friday, lunchtime OJ was so frustrated in Australia because there was nothing. He could do. But the minute he got the opportunity. He did not any never looked infamy. This is the Mark of a real champion. He never looked like dropping it from then on Friday afternoon onwards and through not you say through Sunday morning, conditions were horrific. And he absolutely now that you know, if you're wanting to if you get up on Sunday morning, and you want to bring the car home Sunday lunchtime. Those are the absolute conditions that you do not want. That is the worst. You would see, you know, you really don't want anyone in that. But I think more perhaps importantly, David. We have to talk about Neuville if that's all right? Ed. Can we talk about Neuville because for me? Servants Modell discussion, but for me Neuville your after that great win, and it was a fantastic battle inside. And as you say it came out in the final stage Juno. You only go on the podium once in the remainder of the season after that and Aluli other than Germany. He didn't look like renting the podium, what happened after Sardinia he was forced on the rule on the gravel event right up right up until he was almost psychologically before he started those rallies. He was beaten because you know, OJ spent so many years we saw lower as well. You know, Logan Grenon had developed an ability to dry I on the road. Eljay exactly the same. He moaned about it for the first couple years at Volkswagen. Then you go on with it. Here's ending. No. I think there's something very different happening in the new generation world rally cars Ilian, an OJ days at Volkswagen eight wars possible to go first on the roads on two days on still win rallies. As he proved on many occasions. I think with this massive talk in these new world rally cars, I think it's almost impossible. I think rod because OJ used to. We regularly. See him dropping twenty thirty seconds in the morning getting them all back in the afternoon. Eight dozen happen. I just doesn't happen. It doesn't happen. Equally. I think the the regulations are so much tighter. Now is with the new world radicals that I think that closer an I think the, you know, the competition is is closer than we've ever had certainly won. It was troubling. You know, the wasn't the same level of computational forecast one this year, and it has been really close. I it's a strange thing. But I think you know, if we find ourselves in a similar situation next year, we could well have the likes of tied leading the championship. We could well have Neuville leading. Again. I'm not certain the Oba might not be quite happy used to play the waiting game again next year. Absolutely. But we said, Jerry. Yeah. Exactly an appointment. Jerry was after Sardinia you what was the problem with the problem? Jerry was was the problem. Rhode position was the problem perhaps. And I suspect this is the bigger problem. The fact that he was having to overdrive that car because we saw on so many events particularly in the Friday morning. All three Highland drivers struggling with balanced. Car not just on this team is understanding and do something about his over..

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"neuville" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"neuville" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Streets. Protest is known as the yellow jacket. Angry rising gas prices and living costs, but the straight Saturday taking into the French streets, some peaceful, but for many anger, tending to businesses causing ATM's burned along the sons of these snipers pushed on goose, please using water cannons and Tig asking as they tried to control the riotous. I was scared. I had no idea how it would escalate then people start flipping over cars moving full hundred arrested today would has power-washing Bianca Triomphe. French president Emmanuel Macron inspecting the damage amid talk of a state of emergency holding a crisis meeting to try to figure out how to quell the most volume protests to sweet fronts in moving. The decade told this crisis has been brewing for some time. Under president Macron, he says he needs these new gas taxes to try to curb global warming. But the protest is aren't on the streets say he's out of touch with the people of the suburbs in the countryside who need that vehicles. There's no sign. This crisis is ending anytime soon. Tom panel monitoring those protests from parasite, Ian. Thank you news tonight about the death of the US navy's top Admiral in the Middle East. The navy releasing a statement late today revealing Vice Admiral Scott steering took his own life. He was found dead at his residence in Bahrain on Saturday. The husband and father was commander of the navy's Fifth Fleet that of the massive recovery effort following that powerful earthquake in Anchorage Alaska, hundreds of aftershocks since Friday, crews working around the clock racing to repair damage caused by the magnitude seven quake ABC's, we'll cars in Anchorage. Within twelve hundred aftershocks Ronald southern Alaska since that seven point zero earthquake cracking homes and buildings crumbling rose can say where this crack has snaking across this highway in the distance the road is crumbled and drivers tell us that they are lucky to be alive. Look back in my kid. Look back started to see the road sink. Christopher Keenan his son were driving behind this red SUV when the roads started rumbling like a roller coaster Makino who works for the department of transportation is now helping with the cleanup. What are they hoping to have his back up and running by they're hoping to have it? Open for Monday, traffic, you guys work fast. Here. We do our best. Alaskans are a hardy independent bunch for. Sure. Kalem Neuville works inside the tower at Merrill, field airport, which incurred serious damage, but was back up and running in a matter of hours. Do you feel Alaska was ready for this earthquake? I think so if you look around the city, you can see life is almost back to normal. And it really does show the level of preparedness. We have here. Tom tonight. This is one of the last rose that's still has significant damage as you can tell this has become something of a local attraction beyond this. The department of transportation has done a good job getting everything back up and running top will car right there from some of that damage from the massive earthquake will thank you. And there's much more on world news tonight. This Sunday the killer was disappearing act. The tricky pool that let him walk right out of jail. Plus the hunt for the American woman gun missing on a birthday trip to Costa Rica would officials there are saying tonight and the robbery suspect's slamming into that police car what her fellow officer did next stay with us. You see headlines across your screen all day, but you're busy. What do you need to.

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"neuville" Discussed on Raceline Radio

Raceline Radio

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"neuville" Discussed on Raceline Radio

"Top pro drivers including texas indycar winter scott dixon and others should be another great show at the lamont twenty four hours the sixteenth through the seventeenth nhra drag racing virginia here are your winners steve torrance and top fuel recent guests courtney force her fourth wally in funny car tenor gray was the winner in pro stock let's do some bikes canadian superbike round two grand bend for ten seventy am and one zero three point nine c h okay frequent guests jordan's oak started to search for a record thirteenth title the right way taking pole sitter infrequent guest in his own right ben young on the last lap results second win of the season the rally news the presentation of the subaru wrx and wrx s t i creating those monster sales world rally championship rally italy's sardenia on days jerry neuville overhauling sebastian oj on the last stage to win it by a mere seven tenths of a second that's not that why this extends neuville championship lead at twentyseven over oj who was fined after this was done ten thousand euro for time card violation that they said involved outside assistance of some kind pretty bizarre stuff indeed driver turned broadcaster and former richland radio guests kyle petty and his wife morgan announcing the birth of their first child together a son overton owens petty about a week ago morgan and overton doing just fine the birth came one day after petty's fifty eighth birthday quit the present it's the fourth child for petty who won eight times nascar's premier series a long time ago before making the transition to broadcasting kyle petty currently works as an analyst for nbc sports he's also given back to the community in big big ways through his victory junction camp for kids and the kyle petty.

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"neuville" Discussed on Raceline Radio

Raceline Radio

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"neuville" Discussed on Raceline Radio

"Okay very kill the producer will rally championship rally portugal belgium serey neuville has snatched the point sleep away from sebastian oj with his win for hyundai as the sport for dual of elfyn evans and t moose sunan both claimed her first podiums of the year second and third beating evans by over forty minutes through neuville now has a nineteen point advantage in the wrc standings america rally olympia washington berry mckenna on leon jordan leading into the final day easily but no update on the finish there as of yet if we have that before we leave the air will certainly pass it on bikes world moto gp law france marc marquez has extended his point sleep now to thirty six with an easy win on his honda his third win in a row after rivals andrea vcu also and johann zarco both crashed out in separate incidents all writers are okay faces in the pets well you know in this game more grunt is always a good thing starting in two thousand twenty one indycar president of competition and operations j fried telling us engines are going to be more powerful something to drive have been talking about for a long time the new two point four liter twin turbo v six will generate at least one hundred more horsepower than the current soup point two liter motor with more than nine hundred horsepower to achieve when you gas the overtake button the new bullets will be in place for six years through twenty twenty six indy cars use a two point two liter turbo charged six holder since two thousand and twelve with the twin turbo bolted on in two thousand fourteen and as we pass the middle of may fargo north dakota's donnie shots has won eight world of outlaws sprint car series races so far this still young season almost two hundred seventy career victories looking for his tent title shots he stands one hundred and four points better so then brad sweet the only world of outlaws sprint car show don't forget along our network this season is the july twenty seventh round of the big are ransom bills speedway and six ten ck tb coverage preceded by the world of outlaws late models ran saville the fifteenth of june and we'll probably see ya at both of them and that will have to do it for this week on the race line race wrap your.

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"neuville" Discussed on Raceline Radio

Raceline Radio

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"neuville" Discussed on Raceline Radio

"Us grand prix in austin texas which would have prevented fernando alonzo running and ellen p one for toyota on the sports car side the new date conflict conflicts rather with petite law which triggered angry responses from several drivers who were to race both events yossi emcee can change their date because on tv not come on boys there's 365 days a year darn it why do people all wanna do everything on the same day i dunno are rally news a presentation of the subaru w r xw our access to you i creating knows monster sales world rally championship round number two of the rally sweden two year renew villain the hyundai the best almost no one icecovered stages he wins by nineteen seconds about over craig breen neuville now leads the wrc points chase too early by about nine points or so drag racing brittany forest scared that hackers out of us at the season opening or nationals pomona california she broke loose and bang the wall just after launching a top you'll drags during qualifying the nhra safety safari there in seconds that they normally are and brittany was awake alert and responsive scans of hospital clear but there were some mild lung bruising and a sore shoulder she's going to be fine thanks to the strong cars simpson safety equipment and of course the nhra safety safari some bikes running role model gp champion marquez's started contract renewal talks with a factory honda team wants to stay there of course ideally as long as the bike is competitive wealthy yeah several riders contracts expire after the sees me as a maverick banal as happens to be the first factory rider to resign the twoyear deal ge remain atop a yeah.

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"neuville" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"neuville" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Man i'm sorry said as ballot oliver neuville those house ended up doing it i knew that sorry sorry that said is it neither jets words that said that's pretty funny uh it is it's all good though hook you up up without fun hearts hugs and kisses you did it again our our goal is to be entertaining to you so we do not want to to to come up here this kind of sludge through something because you want to see it though that's why we're play a batman and yeah watch samy insane sheets as it is deliberately discharged harass it it's a great thing the actually does some fun stuff oh dart's yes over his shows are funded sit in on to uh remember watching him in the in do armageddon in other guy this is actually entertain a movie in i'm being i enjoy watching it i washable with steel can that's a great fucking moved but but yeah and we are gert sinai vip appeared on the battlefield earth episode not not been invited backs if you take it but anyway that you opportunity in islamic gordon jump into our game play of batman enemy within episode for what ails you again thank you for everybody who tuned into the big up to you the chat attack tired again the bases i'd like to call you guys make sure you go check out the midnight chat attack that is seven thirty p m central standard time that is every saturday right after this show all you have to do is you let's listeners on sarkar announed that's all you like the you're you're only way to get information from us like soundcloud or youtube uh if you also lewis on sound carmen outcome and on up on the site new jump into the chat need then you can send a little linked there and you can click that and you can go in there and they'll talk about some serious thing sometimes grew up in fun things sometimes sometimes they earn their get mad about a movie with two working each other for the reason were they feel there upset about a movie.

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"neuville" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"neuville" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Some of you employees employers driving home the me break it down and let me get your reaction the first part ratty how employee yes well this is all thanks to matt lauer hit or you're listening matt lauer in know today anchor making twenty five million dollars got fired for sexual herat asked man nbc is reacting to it and we got these avenue a overreact overreacting the fourth one well that the first one as i employees have been ordered to report any inappropriate relationships in the workplace if they fail to do so they could be fired for covering up for their colleagues now i'll oliver neuville because that's just totally now i'll tell you what okay so you'd leg a report that someone is doing something wrong with workplace most employees ninety nine percent of employees do not ran out employees they how they don't know what i mean that how is that gonna make for a good workplace fear constantly worried that someone's snitching in high chinese so so that that that's crazy for how about this one how 'bout you make a false report i'm gonna be soothe for gather slander holes i want you hear me you are blessed today to have leo alexis off companies have good legal advice figure about this you ugly the example advocacy well the factual so out of accurate when lewis so letter unemployed he accuses another employee of sexual misconduct okay and he's totally wall or he thinks that somebody out that people at work are having a flaying wife had he's rock musical or he uses it as a way to give even with the body falls under the 500 crazy reason why someone might do this and i just think of five hundred crazy reason why they'll get sued for this this rule makes no sense even right now alexis idea employment law for 25 years if hard to get some one to right on somebody else because you know what they're worry about the rim of they'll get retaliated who wants yeah i mean i don't want that response on enter my business might coworker does on their free time why should i have to beat appoint i'd have to a police the situation that seems wholly retain maybe give you another example let me give you another example.

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"neuville" Discussed on See You Next Wednesday

See You Next Wednesday

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"neuville" Discussed on See You Next Wednesday

"In the history of william blair and i mean then like a bunch of dumb stuff happens and i also or so she is going to be um she's the me the tutor to the print yes who is like a twelve year old girl who has a crutches like arm brace crutches yen and again like the movie was so poorly put together and i was so mad at this movie for making me let owing nine when the camera turned around her because it's so like didn't dan i was like and i would like shift via amman bad percent i'm sorry so you very little entertainment is murder and field who was a young girl bulled girl yeah many years like words you youth result i don't know why i chuckled that was a fact this movie reagan we because it's like they're doing like a tiny tim thing but yeah like don't look good those you know now i might be an idiot for watching this read it was confirmed when i laughed at the girl with the arab breeds what it's like put yeah it's it's really that movie really plays it up the reveals pretty why it's yeah and i had no idea was coming and it's like oh okay and so any way there's all kinds of stuff yeah and the cousin his might be king if the if he doesn't do it either deck known teams up with the princes ex girlfriend and they're like let's important their mom won't do things with great and he's like other neuville annabi kings edge winners mobile fights where the errors and.

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"neuville" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"neuville" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And grilled meets rubber chicken out of japan all men wants to share stories about the monk people feel food among have never had their own country and for generations they lived as nomadic farmers in southeast asia and china but vanhoose thirty three has spent most of his life in the midwest eating cheese kurtz as part of his monks to so it was a chef then he struggled to prove himself to some moung elders who he says are skeptical of his take on traditional aljaber case in point two older among farmers watches vein cooks chickens wood fired grill assumed they start asking him question you hope of ju ju name translates the conversation for me what did they say oh this isn't done the flames are big enough if the blake houses ever going to be done on time things cousin in business partner chris her chimes is there more i'm so used to among party it'd be let you oliver neuville tell you as well look how to cook mang moved to the us when he was about five his parents didn't speak english held strong among traditions including food so while other kids played little league thanks dad taught him how to try pig and grill meat over an open flame give a given the tall grill or for the me was like this huge passage nick young my dad like i think he had a runin go grab something in the economy the tongyang houses like and literally which i was just like okay like don't miss it out later vein worked at restaurants in the twin cities and he's now trying to put his own stamp on non cuisine like adding beats to his dishes would have gravel bar roast beef sheriff socalled regrettable even though many of the farmers bank serving tonight grow beet thanks says that monk people usually don't eat them you get a lot of our own people who criticise and say well that's not one food like why would you beats naked woman i would otherwise like john warr parents grandparents lived in laos and thailand they use walls around them because there was bought survival and us being here in the northern midwest what we do the same thing moscow soul finally it's time to.

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"neuville" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:49 min | 4 years ago

"neuville" Discussed on KOIL

"Waller as a picture is a photograph of chief joseph hongo when of drove joseph an vote and john but a better send in under audible was so was uh run claude god none of course or quantum parker will no slouch kill him so why people too you will be derailed a bloodsoaked clean after they are posters sports the should rosenberg a mention niro battle storm yes thank you for that is run and i asked her if she liked your meal did you notice the koshis assured arc but there was a beat what is she so i suggest is okay or something it was it was very unenthusiastic i without to agree ah we'll has on the on the why normal for years are and data rates have been very fine i don't know the towards the end she seemed to warm up towards the end yet manual die it wasn't it wasn't a warm fuzzy feeling from pomona well on them no i don't know why oh i don't know you want to go down memory lane i thought but i would say in your defence yeah but you know you're you're you're you're you're you're were down into trenches her mouth and you and your your who had the guts to did oliver neuville got a great wife downhill thank you but girl deserves uh sainthood let me better now the new do over flare want anyway what does she think of this new lawyers all the way with a little scrawny izam all roared it up loves it should have said was on channel five last night sports extra sure they look pretty good learned he looked dole load caught up in a beautiful sued highboard shirt youtube representation in your apparent that there is a believe there is it should be do castiglione does that show her in new york channel five sunday night sports extra should be on youtube and 2 nice i'm in a clump shore absolutely wanted to do the very good appearance thank you bury color care work will soon at wired what are your honour it's just a chance to talk some sports retort giants we talk jets took is a.

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"neuville" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:19 min | 4 years ago

"neuville" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Chicago's big ten teen the washington nationals stole one for the cubs last night actually they stole seven seven bays aces that is the most since the franchise move for montreal seven years ago i actually twelve years ago they beat the cubs six to one jake arrieta lot all six runs he walked six cubs their game behind firstplace milwaukee light saive's drew six walks the last two innings leading the three ron's two of the bottom of that i thought our jose abreo walk off single the socks handed the yankees their eleven lawsuit fourteen games four to three sock snap therefore game losing straight back to the cubs they're headed to the white house today some of them including manager joe madden for what's been billed as an informal meet and greet so informal oh that i david sure they'll see the president florida wins the college world series with a six one win over lsu phil jackson's already in the basketball hall of fame so this will really hurt him that much but jackson reportedly will be fired this morning as president of the new york knicks why would somebody with phil jackson's resume even if not that owns the knicks while we go to fill and go what's announcer resignation you want to go back to away you wanna do something else that may be how comes out but apparently they've been moving towards this with the creased haste began what is what is a problem with the to advertisers carmelo anthony the so it's contracts yeah it's it's drafting it's the whole thing is just not gone well and their pain jackson twelve million dollars year he's got two years left so busy get all over i would assume either they reach some kind of agreement or against oliver neuville ira i can't see at this point he's going to work for another team it's he's seventy one years old right not that he's nutty me broke up with jeannie basra yes for sure that's over there object objectives drag us yeah i know he's he's on the social battery check out jakes website old guys in love with younger women and an away runs set website but he does know i i i check it out free day it's quite front lawyer the i know i just thought of why you do it.

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