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"nevis" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

02:27 min | 21 hrs ago

"nevis" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"Because Washington is too pure. It's too good. It's too noble. Can I got 70 thoughts in my head right now? I'm going to suck them all in, which I've never done before, have I David? No, and if history is any guide, they will all come out now, even though you've said you're keeping them all in. No, no, I want to know. I'm really straining here. I want to talk about the opportunity how you understand this. This incredible moment for the sport in America, but you also will think about it as an incredible moment for our nation as a whole. How do you project forward 2020 6, the World Cup coming to these shores again as it was in 1994? How do you guys analyze it? Think about it. What kind of an opportunity do we have as a nation? Well, first of all, I think we have the opportunity to win the World Cup here in North America. When it's here, I think you look at you look at our team, how young it is, four years from now. It just feels like our moment our time, our place, our home, our chance to win. But I would say it is also a chance, though, for us to kind of show off, not just the United States, but North America, as an important region in the world for soccer. I don't know how many teams Concacaf is going to get in that tournament with three home teams, but maybe more. And but look, I think it depends how many. It's possibly it's four and a half it could be like 17% Trinidad and Tobago. Saint Kitts and Nevis. But I do think, look, I think when this proposal was put together by the United States canon Mexico, one thing we wanted to highlight is the close relations between the three nations of North America. The regionalism of North America and the growing power of soccer in North America. And I think that nafta. Nafta. It's now it's now USMCA, which is replaced nafta, which I think is as maca. But USMC IA, a USMA USA Mexico cannon. We've got a certain amount of branding work to do before. But no, I feel like I think it's

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"nevis" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

01:51 min | Last week

"nevis" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"Highest Welsh peak and then the English high speaker scarfield and then there's Ben Nevis to finish, which is Scotland. And the English one scarfield is like boulder fields like huge sharp boulders everywhere. And I, from that first one, I think just I lost a lot of the elasticity in that there's, as I said, I think there's a 7000 400 elevation on the first day that then crept into the next two days and getting the mileage in and then doing two marathons, two marathons and then on to the next mountain. There was rigidity in those legs and there was stiffness in the feet, so it then became like when people say about taking up there for that was the example that I could give, it's like I'd lost the compliance and my own compliance and my own softness and my own elasticity and I'd become hitting hard on hard. So it suddenly became like, oh, every rock hurt on that next one. And then after scar fellows out the way, it was almost like the midpoint. It was like the one in the middle that had to be the one that cracked Tony and it was and I had to endure that I had to go through. It was almost that was the right of passage on that event. And then I found that elasticity back in on the beginning of Ben Nevis and then Ben Nevis, we had severe weather came in. My intention with that was to, I could have done it, basically we could have broke it the fastest known time we could have done it a day earlier, but at base camp where we were in Scotland, we arrived back in the film crew were there, and then I told Tony how's that? I know, what's happening tomorrow and I say, oh, you know, I think we're going to, I think we should go up with let's not go back out now. What we do is we I want to go up with Catherine and the kids and we go tomorrow morning because I think it'd be much nicer to make that memory with the kids. And he said, well, what about the record? And I was like, I screw the record. Let's just be amazing to have that memory. Let's go with catering the kids. And so we left it. And so instead of going out that day, it was like

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"nevis" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

06:52 min | 3 weeks ago

"nevis" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"League with Neymar at 9 being the only South American player with more in the big 5 European leagues this season. Vamos, right? What a story. Amazing, amazing player amazing story in such a lovely guy as we found out when we had him on stage in Atlanta, rod. Can Newcastle hold on, David. This is why I one day ask this in the week in which Liverpool are the latest site to be linked with Brazilian midfielder Bruno gui, but they also face competition for Chelsea Real Madrid in boss aluna, a planning to sell some organs or whatever hell they've got left to sell to also bring him in. Dude, it's been brilliant this season kind of leader who's led his team to wins in 13 of his 21 Premier League starts incredible statistic. Newcastle will either hold onto that treasure and their key studs at all costs to persevere. Yeah, but they also have a one would imagine a fairly significant. War chest to unleash in January themselves. And I don't think they're going to get weaker in that window, roger. I think they will spend a lot more cache. So I'm not too worried about them. I think they are here to stay and the big 6 is now big 7. How'd you say, do you like wages, Bruno? Okay, rod Crystal Palace won saf Hampton nil up the palace and mean it at least in the first half when they were rewarded for their dominance when odds and edouard tapped in the game's lone goal after a great stealth from Wilfried Zaha, great cross from tyreek Mitchell, but the second half was a completely different story. Quite a was called into action time and time again to deny the saints, namely Shea Adams. Move into tenth place Southampton, meanwhile, just one place above the drop zone. Two of the most talented young but inconsistency going face to face, both teams really lack an elite striker, both teams unpredictable. And the game was won by palace Zaha set in a Mitchell to leave edouard, there's the executor, a goal. Oh, it was like watching a poor man's Manchester City last season, flowing team play down the Flank, carving the saints aside. Third home winner the season for palace. First one where they didn't have to come back from behind palace fans quietly ecstatic with mid table obscurity right now after that grueling gauntlet of a fixture list bite your own off for safe water harbor, really David. Yeah, fantastic. And everybody very happy associated with the club. They're playing good football despite despite last week's lost to your boys. Oh, the palace. Brentford won wolves one at Denmark versus Portugal, West London proxy war, and honors even after Ben me and Ruben Nevis traded goals just two minutes apart early in the second half, although honor may not be the word I would use here as and you're never going to believe this rod Diego Costa was sent off for a 97th minute headbutt. It's good to have you back, Diego. Oh, actually, it bought a smart on my face. I was nostalgic for moments like that. Yeah, Brentford and walls big smash four nil last time out by Aston Villa and Leicester City respectively. So this one one drawer was truly welcome for both sides, Brentford, still grappling with the Christian Eriksen sized hole in their team, creatively, relying on moments of inspiration for the most unexpected places, Ben me. Screwing the opener with a 5 finish, a moment of true skill. I just imagine Sean dyche at home just getting really disgusted as he watched it. Ruben, what are you doing, man? Ruben neves scored his trademark banger, but the game overshadowed by a deep in stoppage time red car for Diego Costa, who chose to headbutt me for no evidence reason just because and for a team desperate for goals, really a moment of exclamation point insanity and ill discipline, even more shocking day though. I know it feels that Diego Costa is permanently eating opposing players livers with a nice chianti. But this was his first ever Premier League red card. Yeah, I know it's incredible. We used to be more artful, and he also did it pre var, roger, which was var would have had Diego Costa sent off a lot when he was playing for Chelsea. Let's face it. It was a little bit like he was just like playing some of the old hits, roger. It's like, you know, he's got on concert. You don't want to play the new material. You don't want to hear the new material. You want to see the old material. You want to see the bangers. You want to see the classics and that's what that Diego Costa headbutt felt like. I thought the same was that. It was like watching the black eyed peas in concert as if the black eyed peas were a footballer once considered great. Now just having to constantly play let's get it started. Just playing the hits. Only able to bring the slapstick sideshow crap to the field and in Costa's case, none of the goals. Yeah, and that was the sad thing about it, roger Gloucester even seemed to enjoy it. Fulham Everton nail your mob visit West London, get an important point. Thanks to England's number one, Jordan Pickford a gent, who treated Fulham shots on goal with the same disdain he has for coriander. Some wonderful saves from the Raven enthusiasts throughout this one, including a fair few from Serbian Karim Benzema, Alexander mitrovic Fulham, roger unbeaten in four and up to 7th place Everton, meanwhile, in 12th, a visit to fancy or craven cottage, Fulham, stealth team at the season, experiencing their best start to a campaign since I think the rigid class system was dented. Everton, feeling a pulse after spanking palace arrived with Frank Lampard talking about how that game set a standard and I felt terrible going into this because when Everton do set a standard, all I can have is a sense of dread that we can only fall under it because consistency for this team remains elusive. And there's also this amazing statistic which just haunts me. It's actually really hard to do when you consider how many teams it means you wilted before. David Everton have not won in the big smoke in the capital City of London since May 2021. Isn't that genuinely incredible? Fulham though not an easy place to go, Raj, especially when they've been in this kind of form that they've been in this season. And I would say of all the games to finish nil nil this season. This was a very unexpected result for me. Yeah, we were going up against all flame Marco silver, one of our many exes. First time against him. By the way, now we have so many exes. This was not even a no love lost at you. It was more no love. No, hey, no nothing really. I honestly barely feel about him and that really is a testament to just how manager you can only have school and for so many people in life and God bless what he's done. It was a crazy open game, both lino Pickford made world class age from the off could honestly have been two two inside ten minutes, both teams, earnest, straining, tempting

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"nevis" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:41 min | 2 months ago

"nevis" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Away and speaking of the two hosts of the show, Richard and Spencer joining us. And guys, we talked about it a lot this afternoon in terms of I realized there was a winner, although it just didn't seem that way. And I'm speaking of Missouri at auburn, can you guys are both brilliant writers? Can you help us better understand how to describe that game? No, actually. The triumph of experience over hope that neither one of these teams appeared to have a lot going right for them going into this and that coming out of it, I don't feel like either team has a lot going for it coming out of this game. Auburn seems confused. There are three in one. It may be the most confused three and one team in the nation because I couldn't tell you what they do well. I couldn't tell you where to start fixing it. And I couldn't tell you what your real assets are. I'm baffled by them as a team. And as confused as I am about auburn, I'm more confused about what Missouri is doing. I think from Missouri, you just flabbergasted around how you lost that game. Yeah. I mean, everything was, you know, everything looked stars aligning. Harrison Nevis is not a bad kicker. Like this is not a college cooker situation. You know, I'm not terribly up on my kicker mechanics, but I imagine Harrison Nevis has a leg that will give him a look to play on Sundays as a specialist. You do not expect him to miss that kick. You know, auburn, the auburn situation to me is very interesting because it's to the point where I'm sure there are certain faction of auburn fans that were not exactly thrilled with the result at the end of that game. And auburn is in that they're in that in between right now, let's call it. The purgatory so to speak, a three in one in between somehow, against all odds. And I don't know. I mean, the game against LSU seems winnable, doesn't it? Yeah, but I mean, if you look at it, they play western Kentucky, I think at the end of the season, and I don't even know if I can pencil that one in for a win. I don't know what the rest of the way is going to look like, especially given the quarterback situation. I spent so they can't throw the ball. It didn't throw the ball on Saturday. Yeah, they're running a single wing. There's another thing about this. The auburn LSU game has a habit of dragging everyone down to its level, which is about three inches off the ground. It's going to be a very physical game. It's going to be a very mean. I don't know if a whole lot is going to happen down the field in either direction. So it's not like you're going to get a better idea of what auburn does anyway out of this because they're already playing like they usually play in the LSU game all along. So I know you're going to pick their one loss record at the end of the season. I'm not asking you to give away a garden secret like that. But will it be enough to save Brian Harrison's job? I don't think so because I don't think there's a number for that. I don't think there's a number that's going to do that. I think everybody understands the way this is going to go. And the 8 ball, he is behind, given what happened in February or March. I mean, went out, but does anybody think auburn's going to win out? I think whatever happens is going to be poisonous for parson successor eventually whenever that happens because if he manages to cling to this job, then say like a 7 and 5 or an 8 and four record occurs, all right? It's going to look weird if any sort of like change happens there, right? If somehow they go on a run. And weirder things have happened. But if they go on this massive run, then there'll be even stranger. And yet, I don't know what auburn wants to be. I think that's a clear question. Competitive is one answer, but I need to know what your identity in a world where you are finding Alabama to the north and you are fighting Georgia to the east. I think auburn could always hang its hat on no matter that it's function, no matter all of the stuff off the field, we won and we won big throughout eras. That's not happening right now. Guys, it's not a subject we talked to you much about, but considering they should have won the game. They had the game one 8 million times, and they didn't win the game. Now they have Georgia coming in. If you're a Missouri fan watching right now, I mean, is there any reason to believe that you're not going down the similar road? Well, you don't have, you don't know the dysfunction that auburn has, of course. But I do think it takes solace in the fact that Georgia makes some mistakes on Saturday. Yeah? I mean, there's that. But they're also might be this. Maybe Georgia was due for a bad game and they blew it at Ken state. They had their bad game. They took it against Kent State. They're going to have a terrible week of practice for the players. And they're going to show up. So I don't know how much hope there is for Missouri. I think the hope is that you look slightly better that your competitive and what will likely be a loss, and then you reboot to make the second half of the season mean something because right now, again, Missouri, you don't have a lot to hang your hat on. Let's talk about two schools that were hanging their hat on a lot in Texas on Saturday night and another inexplicable ending which direction are these two going in with critical games coming up. Yeah, Texas the word is bijan Robinson is tote in The Rock around campus and people are trying to peanut Tillman that thing out. To and they're not able to do it because hey, he's working on the ball security. Texas, this is the thing with Texas. My problem with Texas is not getting up for big games. They do happen to be able to do that. It's getting up for Texas tech on the road at newt. Yeah, it's that and also it's people being able to say two damaging things in a postgame promo that Joey McGuire, Texas tech coach, cut on Texas, one he said, I told you they were going to break and they did, which is as damaging a thing as I think you can say about a football team from one coach to another additionally, he said, when asked, you know, hey, do you think this means a lot beaten Texas? It means we're want to know in the big 12. That's bad. That's super bad. But remember, Oklahoma lost too, so it's okay. It's totally fine. To coming up here in a few minutes with Richard and Spencer, thanks, guys. We'll see you in a few minutes. So let's get back to the calls here. And I man is up next. Good afternoon, Paul. That was always interesting. You know, I don't care what the deal is with auburn, but Parsons in my man over in tigers. Now I'm not a fan at all of the picker wood yellow wood guys, but Scott. Paul, it's always interesting to me. Jim's level of jealousies. Do you pick a phone that at all? Yeah, I don't think it's too hard to miss. And I mean, you know, it's telegraphed out there.

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"nevis" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:59 min | 2 months ago

"nevis" Discussed on WTOP

"Up in money news. A 173 points Porsche could be worth more than the company selling it. I'm Jeff label. And let's go to Dave dill time in the WTO traffic center. In Virginia, the beltway interlude damaged bridge joint above the toll road was patched all lanes reopened out for a while. There are still drivers, though, who hit that hours ago disabled on the shoulders of four 95 and some made it onto the Georgetown pike and George Washington Parkway, OneDrive, or made it southbound almost a spout run before stopping, and that one was blocking the right lane on the southbound GW Parkway near windy run. Eastbound traffic on 66 is slow westbound heavy end of an asset, as well. Now back on the beltway in Montgomery county on the inner loop before river road is a medical response along the right side on river road westbound before the beltway near beach tree road Nevis wrote, the response to a crash now getting moved out of the travel lanes. And merging off the ITER loop out of prince George's county to go north on I 95, look for one that stopped on the ramp from the interlude to 95 north blocking the left ramp lane. 95 in Baltimore, Washington Parkway. Heavy traffic between 32 and 100, route 50 at the bay bridge traffic released to a traffic as an effect now on the westbound span. In the district, eastbound on military road still slow from Nevada avenue toward Oregon avenue and into rock creek park where only one lane is getting by rush hour paving outbound on South Dakota and New York avenue, the pace is better with the crash beyond the D.C., Maryland line, cleared. Save at the pump. We already read that one. Let's change it to this one. For over 35 years and the DMV Greenberg and betterment has helped tens of thousands of clients who've been hurt in auto accidents or victims of medical malpractice, visit gibi lawyers dot com and feel better. Dave dildy WTO traffic. Storm team force Ryan Miller is with us. How do we look for the evening and the rest of the week? Well, Dimitri right now a mixture of clouds and some sunshine. It's very humid and very warm across the region at the moment. We're

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"nevis" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

05:20 min | 4 months ago

"nevis" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"What happens when you put an international aids conference in a country where visas are very hard for some people to get. On the next morning edition from NPR news. Tomorrow morning at 5 on 90.1 WAB. This is all things considered from NPR news, I'm also Chang. And I'm Ari Shapiro. Until now, Pfizer and Moderna have had a lock on the most cutting edge vaccines against the coronavirus. The ones using mRNA, and they've refused to share what they know. But in Brazil, two scientists have formed a remarkable partnership to challenge that NPR's nerd eisenmann traveled to their facility in Rio de Janeiro. This is our office. The two researchers leading this effort are Patricia Nevis and an Apollo and a bomb. They work out of a room just big enough for their two desks pushed together. At first, they were they wouldn't get much done. Because they'd have too much fun. She's my best friend. That's on a bomb. Ever since she and Nevis met in college, more than 20 years ago, they've been inseparable, shopping, lunching, and most of all just talking. This is Nevis. About anything science kids, husbands, but it's largely because of their friendship that this project came about. After college, Nevis went on to become an immunologist. All my background was in vaccines. And back in October of 2020, when it became clear that the mRNA vaccines that Moderna and Pfizer were developing against COVID were probably going to work, and if it's got an idea. For the last several years, she had been trying to develop a vaccine like treatment for breast cancer that used a similar type of mRNA technology. So she thought, what if her team's technology could also be used in a COVID vaccine? I started saying, let's do COVID lights to COVID. We need to prove that our RNA works. But to get mRNA into the human body, you need to encapsulate it in a tiny fat particle using complex methods that only a few scientists in the world have figured out. Nemesis solution, call up her bestie on a Paula on a bomb. After college, she had gone on to become a biochemist. On a bomb's reply, it's a classic saying in Rio de Janeiro. It means let's go. Let's go. Because possibly the most important quality these two friends share is a willingness to go for goals even scientists at their own institute consider far fetched. Yeah, we are nova and I don't know maybe crazy setting out to invent their own mRNA vaccine against COVID was a whole new level of crazy. Moderna and Pfizer didn't just have a huge head start, their private U.S. and European companies with hundreds of millions of dollars in funding. So far Nevis and on a bomb have spent about $1 million, their entire budget is 15 million. The research and manufacturing institute they work at it's called the BO menos via Cruz foundation is a public entity in Brazil. But neva says this also comes with an advantage. It's not for profit. We are not interested in money to provide vaccines to whom most need it's the main driver for us. So if the team succeeds in making this new mRNA vaccine, they'll do something Moderna and Pfizer have balked at. We are interested in opening this technology, share the patent and the manufacturing process with vaccine makers around the world. They want this coronavirus vaccine and any future vaccines for other diseases using their mRNA technology to be made as quickly and as widely available as possible to low and middle income countries. Countries that are normally at the back of the line when it comes to getting cutting edge vaccines. Neva says the unequal rollout of vaccines during the pandemic made her determined to end that. To see people dying because of disease that are red have vaccine. It's just not acceptable. That focus also means that Nevis and Annabel are prioritizing an approach that's particularly well suited to countries with limited resources. To explain, Nevis takes me into one of her labs. Where a team member is using a pipette to drop liquid ingredients into a tiny test tube, including the genetic material of some proteins found on the coronavirus. Here, and this tube. It's pretty moving to look at it. Never says the process creates mRNA that works very similarly to the ones in the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines, but with an extra feature. This mRNA is what's called self amplifying. You have some messages inside the mRNA that make this RNA replicate itself. You only need to put a little bit in the body, and the body takes care of making the rest. Among the benefits for lower and middle income countries, it's cheaper to produce because the doses is lower

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"nevis" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:22 min | 5 months ago

"nevis" Discussed on WTOP

"To its posts, but that moment never came. The police stood out to the side, never assembled, never warned them of any risks of arrest, never made any arrests. Virginia governor Glenn youngkin continues to praise the Supreme Court's decision to overturn constitutional protections to an abortion, calling himself a pro life governor, the Republican tells CBS face the nation that he's seeking to protect life when babies begin to feel pain. I believe that what my job is is to get something done. And I believe we can get a 15 week pain threshold build done in Virginia. For the first time, think about it. This was a state again that just 18 months ago was talking about enabling abortion all the way up through and including birth. And now we're able to talk about a 15 week paint threshold Bill, where a baby feels pain. This is a remarkable moment for us. And it's an opportunity I'm not going to let go. Kevin or youngkin did say he supports exceptions for rape incest and protecting the life of the mother, but he did not say if he would pursue a total ban on abortion. You will soon have a chance to sound off on a proposed hike in the price to drive on the dulles toll road. A public hearing is set for July 18th on the plan to boost holes to $6 from the current $4 and 75 cents that most users pay when they drive through the main toll Plaza in exit at a ramp. There is also a proposal to add a new fee to pay by plate on the dollar store route. The money raise will be used to pay for construction of the $5.8 billion silver line rail project, anyone who goes to the hearing can submit written comments or provide comments to an official meeting stenographer. The new rates would take effect January 1st, Kyle Cooper, WTO P news. Prince George's county police have arrested and charged a man in connection with his sister's death. 34 year old Timothy Edwards is charged with assault first and second degree murder in the death of 38 year old nishana Bel Nevis, police say when officers responded to the 2000 block of oglethorpe street in hyattsville, Maryland on Thursday, they found belnavis unresponsive and suffering from trauma to the body, she died at the scene, anyone with information on the shooting or events that led up to it has to contact the prince George's county homicide unit. Traffic and weather next, it's one O 7. Now that my Cox panoramic Wi-Fi reaches all over my home, I can finally stream my history shows in my room. And play my games in the den. And

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"nevis" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

Distorted View Daily

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"nevis" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

"In about twenty minutes. I don't think the wanda leaf is going to catch on. But i could be wrong. Would you try holding voicemail on all right Second story we have for you today. Oh these are my favorite type of news stories. The ones that involve children. It's distorted view. So you know. The story is not going to have a traditional happy ending at least for the kid a schoolgirl has been left without her foot after it was amputated after the girl went in for a simple mole removal. Was this an accident by the hospital. No presley downs. Parents decided to have a mole removed from her leg. When doctors warned there was a ten percent chance it could turn cancerous. She was born with a rare condition. Called giant congenital mellon knock sites sidiq nevis or something which covered her thoai and foot in a dark skin patch after the mole was removed the open wound became infected and then her whole foot just had to be taken off. Please god tell me. She was an aspiring ballerina. or gymnast. Or something. I really want this bitches. Spirit to be crushed. Wimpy's mother sonia. A teacher said we were really worried when she was born with the condition because it was linked to melanoma so we opted to have the nevis removed to get rid of the risk when she was fourteen months old whilst she was having different skin graphs in different procedures in order to remove the mole in open wound got infected. Let's hear there's a ten percent chance this what one day turn cancerous so the parents thought they were being proactive and it ended up being like almost worse than cancer. Right 'cause melanomas. I got pretty easy one to to cure as far as cancer. Go right well. It's one of the better ones to get like if you have to have a cancer having a little melanoma on your leg. That's a breeze. What's the word that could happen. You know the kansas starts to spread and they They amputate it then. That's exactly what happened but not because a cancer because they the wound got infected the. Leave your kids alone. Fucking meddling parents are right by the time they found. It was too late. The infection was really fast moving. They remove the nevis but they couldn't save her foot while we were trolled by people saying that we removed the nievas for cosmetic reasons. It was never about that though we wanted to give presley the best chance at living a long and healthy life while you fucked up there then you call this a miscalculation we never wanted her to lose her foot see. They're good parents. The couple went through a legal settlement after the incident and got a payout which has been issued to fund presley's prosthetics and needs despite missing a limb presley. Doesn't let us stop her. No she can be regularly. Seen climbing trees and doing gymnastics debit. Her spare can't be broken. I hate children so happy and positive. This would have happened seven or eight years later right when she's a teenager. All mopey crushed her spirit. Faulk all right She can regularly be found climbing trees and doing gymnastics with her brother. Madden and sisters kennedy in anniston. You know that mother loves friends and named her kid after jennifer aniston. These are the whitest. Goddamn names i have seen in a long time presley. Madison kennedy and anniston. Unless you're a white nationalist this is white as you can get. somebody said. She actually had her foot amputated before she learned how to walk. She learned to walk on her residual limb gross and with prosthetics. Lots of people mentioned how well she walks on it. She's gifted. She's got a because she can walk real.

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"nevis" Discussed on Fusion Patrol

Fusion Patrol

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"nevis" Discussed on Fusion Patrol

"The garden of england. Lots of apples growing there but say lots of hops. Which if your beer drinker. And i know you're not necessarily the are kind of keying ingredients in in giving beer. The kind of distinctive flavor that it has and oast houses so solar hops are grown round there on these kind of frames. So that's one familiar thing. In the in the kind of kent landscape the author of these out how oast houses which of these kind of round houses with these slightly eccentrically shaped conical tops. So chimney chimney tops. Because what they what they are used for is actually kiln drying the humps in order to use them in the brewing process. And so you'd necessarily expect to see an oast house in in yuam but actually the reason the reason for the the chimneys there is that they were drawing the grains before they then got milled by the tight mills underneath well interesting. You should say that. Because my thought when i saw that building was in fact that it was a on the outside i thought of a a meal but i was thinking of a fabric mill. Okay and you know. Classic industrial revolution inside would be a factory floor with a looms and everything going on that thing like man. That's what i thought on the outside when he went through the door or the window and saw equipment inside. My first thought was it was a brewery. Yes yes and perhaps that. Perhaps those were the drying floors. I don't know i've i've never been there. I didn't even know about it before. I looked up the locations for this episode. But now i want to visit. Well wait till after the pandemic by the time this goes out it might well well. Let's hope that by the time. This goes out tempting fate. Yeah i guess we should mention the tag scene if only two. Oh yes. Go to things wrong with the tag scene. I thought the first is the silver third. The give them that. And you're in business. You wanna do repeat business. I mean for crying out loud. it doesn't matter how awful thing the client gives you you say thank you and you try not to look like they just crapped in your hand which not one of those three people managed to do that. And i'm sure can't noticed. Because i nobody could not have noticed. I mean it's hideous. Don't don't get me wrong. it's hideous. It is it does look like silver shirt. There's no doubt about that but like you still go choke it down. Say thank you and we'd like to have your business again in the future. Please please pay our account and that. That part wasn't funny. I mean once again it just. It was meant to be funny. It just wasn't them passing it around just wasn't funny and then what's up with that. Have we ever seen in this situation. Where ed suddenly launches into an after dinner speech about climbing ben nevis and none. It's completely doesn't seem like him at all this is. This is what i've got. Because i have to say i quite liked that part of the tag scene. It's it's clever. Avengers esque twist. you can imagine them when when. When does the gadget from the plot..

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"nevis" Discussed on The Free Agents

The Free Agents

08:24 min | 1 year ago

"nevis" Discussed on The Free Agents

"This has gotten too big for you you now. We're doing all this kind of stuff at this point dom has been stolen this. Emp and nuclear launch codes. I wish it was like you're right. I was just trying to steal. Dvd's tell us right. Can i just take my family and go home and leave the life ryan's loving it. We don't even call that guy anymore the beach that's a great point. I will say to with the zombie. Cars did look cool. Look they literally crash like a thousand cars in this scene. i. I didn't mind the idea to slow down the limo that had the the russian ministry of defence like by just like drop a million cars basically blocking. And that's when don like bad ass comes up with the chainsaw. Basically you walk gear. Yeah all right. Domino probably is a little overkill. I think but Yeah i thought looked it did look cool how they like pinned down. I guess to then ultimately get the briefcase. What'd you think about re shocked at all when cypher connor. Basically kill nevis. And they're like well you you'd be you basically blue this or you didn't do as well as you should have and we're we're amp up. The stair killing her. I mean is she dead. I don't know if she comes back. Then i'm done. There's got to be dead if i beat if she comes back. She has to be if she comes back. Like the ultimate fake out by cipher. Because that would have meant. i guess. Cypher like hudson bulletproof vest on her before shooting her. She's next level. Though i would've pastor exactly. I mean i you know it was. I think it was her plan all along. It was just a matter of when she was gonna kill her and that just it just added to her villainous. I just hope that she doesn't end up on their team down the road. Because it's one thing to kill han. You know at four revenge but to kill a mother in front of her baby son and the father of that child if she ends up on on the team. And that's when i'm out that'll do it for you. Yeah nevis man she. She is tragic character. Fast and furious franchise when you really think about it. Like how she got into this and what's happened to her not a lot of good and now she's in theory dead would like to think she's at least gone bang bang. Who's taking care of little little marcos there after her Let's get hurt you know. Never got never gonna hacker. He's such a good dad. So you're doing great honey. So i hope so because i thought we might get a weird partly. You see a million times and movies like this before like cypher. Like i want that child or like we learned that cipher could never have children or that classic thing and like this one will be mind but she doesn't do that at all. She couldn't care less. Note that beam. Yeah forget it Okay so we basically are now going to russia. I mean we've been all over the globe here. Tom is going to infiltrate a military separatist base in russia in a modified. Sixty eight dodge charger to use the ampere device to disable their security and then to disable a nuclear submarine enabling safer to hijack it an attempt to use it. It's arsenal to trigger a nuclear war. That's the plan here. This is why were you know it was like basically it was like god i to the emp device to now the submarine and then to nuclear warfare. I guess though though. They are once again intercepted by the team. Who are able to shut down the subs nuclear weapons and then drive out toward the seagate. That's where we get them on the ice that would prevent sub from leaving into open waters while being pursued by the separatists. Okay so lots. Lots lots here Where did you want to start with this one tray of of us in russia with this whole plan with the submarine. Great line from hobbs. I think he's talking to must be little. Nobody he's like you know. Stop following all these rules. Saddle up be a man and save god damn world. Yeah let's go. i also like that. Mr. nobody keeps calling hobbs. Luke kuechly calls every time. I think it's funny. I like the fact that they set this up rather than in fast. A six. where you're like all right. We gotta go take this plane down. That's all visit. You know they gotta take the plane down and ends up being an eighteen mile runway. This one they're getting ready for it. They're like it's ten miles away. We're going to be driving on this for ten miles. So buckle up. 'cause exciting here. I also like Once dom takes down the gates with the emp and cypher takes control. Because you're not really totally sure what's happening here still. So you have ramsey literally say in. Layman's terms she just carjacked a submarine. Yeah thank you. Thank you position Great moment with letty uppercuts guy in the nuts pushes him into was spinning propellor. Hobbs comes over nasty. We get some more car poon inning. You know a great line from roman where he shoots a bunch of snowmobilers snowmobilers out there. They've got all kinds of vehicles chasing from ciphers team. Number eleven myers. Eventually we get the flying rocket man up on the plane but sticking down on like on the on the ice i think it looks cool at looks amazing for sure i mean there's also the comedy of why in the world roman bring lamborghini yeah to russia to to the tiga in russia to be doing this but ended up being funny. I think some of the visuals are so good. This is like if you're talking unbelievable. Stunts like somehow destroying submarine that's underwater. I think probably takes the number one. I don't know if it's more unrealistic than jumping from skyscraper skyscraper to skyscraper. But there are parts of it. That definitely worked for me in parts of it where i'm like okay. So we're just gonna keep turning on and off the propeller having this hack off between sign anwr hack okay. It's like yeah. we got a like. You're saying skeets ramsey doesn't have much to do in this movie. She just riding shotgun with tej for the majority of it like give her her own car or something like that. Giselle got to drive. Her own car. Mia did letty. obviously does. She's probably the number two driver at this point. Why can't ramsey drive a car. I think they should have given her some keys but they finally gave her something to do. And it's like turn it on. No no she turned him off. Okay i got back on well. Okay so yeah. A lot of back and forth by. I don't know there's enough cool parts that i'm like this is working for me. Yeah for some reason. This little hack off between safer and ramsey reminded me of the scene in the social network. Where they're like. They're like in the dorm like a coding battle or something like that. I was reminded of Do they should be doing shots while they do this. Get drunk while they're trying to like hack. Each other's hacker yeah. Jd would you think of this entire russian thing. There's a lot going on here including the rock just like pushing a bomb. A missile on the ice pedo torpedo. Yeah just steering it in another. Just get out. Get out of your car that you're driving and slide on the ice and just just gently redirected towards your enemies car smooth. Sure why not you know i mean. I don't know there had a sub in it. I love subs shout to crimson tide shadow to hunt for at october. You know like if there's a sub in a movie. I'm going to enjoy.

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"nevis" Discussed on The Free Agents

The Free Agents

08:55 min | 1 year ago

"nevis" Discussed on The Free Agents

"What to do. He would your right. No but man. Letty rejects the idea immediately. She shoots down. No we promise not to bring him and mia. And of course jack and and the other baby know the name of into any more dangerous activity. I don't know. I was just like i was waiting for. It actually wasn't waiting for us. Like how are they going to do this. Are they going to mention him and they did. And it was just a no no all in. We called even though his best friend even though his brother-in-law is gone crazy. Gone rogue now. No he's busy being a daddy still trying to figure out how to open the door so just just leave him but anyway they did and i was like okay fair enough at least slip that in there all right so when dom shows signs of frustration with cypher. Because he's getting a little tired of this bullcrap. She takes him to see his ex lover and dss agent alina nevis and their son whose existence dom was unaware of. I mean you know before the start of this movie at least having kidnapped both of them to secure don's loyalty and turn on his team. Here here is we've now seen what was on the phone right. Yeah well actually was. The baby on the phone thing was could've elena bit enough to turn on gino way. No way away okay. So so he then obediently and seeing the phone knows it's his kid and it's like well did have sex with her in brazil there. That one time does the math. The kids should have been wearing tiny tank top by miss earth necklace. Tiny tank combat boots. Very yes in my mind. There's a scene that was cut away from right. It's like he's like. Oh my god cut but the scene is actually yes dumb. That's your son. His middle name is marcos. Doesn't have a. I love. I wrote out. So what's the baby's name blank. Marcos neves waiting for you to come around. What was named. The kid was great. When i realized i was pregnant. You adjust realized letty was alive. I was gonna tell you after your honeymoon. I think there were opportunities like you should've mentioned that. You of people to mention it to the guy who is constantly talking about family like you're probably going to be able to slide it in here. Because what i guess. Is it at the end of fast. Five that nevis and hobb's go intel the crew. You're fine you're you're all free. It's that easy. A that would have been the time to me because dom even says like you can stay here if you want. And she's like nah. I'm heading back to my family. Not my son the cops the cops like have the conversation. Then this is i guess. It's not totally after the honeymoon. But it seems like the perfect time to get your cards on the table here. Considering you know dom is going to be all over the place like there's a chance they never run into each other again. I think i missed opportunity by us to be quite honest. Yeah yeah now. This definitely telling dom she wanted him to decide on the child first name. It's like that thing. You got to see the baby baby for your name the baby but marcos name we get. Get some acting here from vin. Jd doubled tears. Nora noted lest totally fake to me. That was exactly what she said. I've seen in these movies are those just glued on there. They were just they were lingering for so long and finally one drops. I was like man. That's me every morning. When i put my eye drops in did not look real at all. But i don't know. I mean i. I honestly don't know are. Are they on the plane right now. Is this cell is okay this glass box that nervous and the babies and okay. That's what i thought. I just wanna make sure he's he's broken up about it. Don't worry we see a necklace and one of these shots. That's going to become important later on. I can't believe this necklace is turning more and more into character in the series. It's just add cypher. And rose to the list of characters who have aired a scene with this necklace. This necklace like i would say probably goes dom number one brian still number two and then necklaces probably coming in number. Three for this was huge. Alice plays a massive part. No one noticed the blinking necklace. But there the whole time. Hey just a baras nail. That was sticking. She liked that. We'll keep that. It's like yeah. It's like a baby ornament for the marcos. Okay so anything else with this reveal here really to at least two to the audience. You know there's a baby it's is oh my god now it makes sense now. We know why he's doing this true family over just thicker than water. Okay nothing else that in new york city. Let's go there. Cypher sends dawn in a seventy one. Plymouth gq's to retrieve a nuclear football. Which is the briefcase with. Codes held by the russian minister of defense prior to the theft dom briefly. Evades cypher. with the help we learned later of rondo And persuades decker and owens mother magdalene. Who has heather. Helen mirren to help him. Okay i got so confused this part in real time at least like the new dumb was up to something i. He's trying to evade. God's i and cypher watching him with all these cameras to meet. Like i said the mother of shot and i don't know if i tuned or what i was doing while watching this but this is a pretty quick scene i am i. Am i wrong between the original. See and i know. there's some like little. little flashback. guess but between com. And and mrs shah rainy like like almost remind me what happens here because they come up with the plan i guess but we as the audience don't really know the full we don't know what the planet it's it is very quick and you know i. I was very successful turning my brain. Four watching this movie. So i was. I was happily just just following along blissfully unaware but yeah i mean how like he re enlisted the help of rollo. What's his name again. Raw ronaldo so that we get that off right. He backed up later. We find la but we don't find out until later streaming down his face so it's an honor to help you. But i love. I love this kind of stuff where it's just sort of you know i'm going to evade. I'm i'm i'm tricking. The people who are who are hell holding me captive but yeah they're not much as revealed other than oh we're meeting the show mother and how. How does he get in contact exact dates. You can't think about it like the amount of the timing of where they were going to be in the truck backing up and he's the kill switch on the car to make it you know. Stop working and they'll excuse to pull you know that whole all. The orchestration is just log went after my magic sparked a but yeah i mean honestly i was just so thrilled to see helen mirren. And just be like okay. Here we go here. We go. I'm lovin this. Yeah i know you're right..

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"nevis" Discussed on What Healthy Couples Know That You Don't

What Healthy Couples Know That You Don't

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"nevis" Discussed on What Healthy Couples Know That You Don't

"Which is why i believe. The second marriage divorce rate is so high. I watched my seven year old grandson dodge self responsibility which is ordinary at his age. It's terribly grown up to admit you are at fault once again. My definition of growing up is honestly facing painful situations. This is the most important part of growing up. Starting an affair while working on your marriage is not honestly facing painful situations. People pleasers are lovely people who end up being untrustworthy. Because they dodge telling pay full truth until they are caught trying to have it. Both ways is not growing up. It can be very exciting to take responsibility for your mistakes. Accepting mistakes are ordinary and a good part a good thing because they help you grow. We make mistakes bearable by learning from them. The mistake of bitterness is the one mistake. People have a hard time crawling out of because there is a refusal to learn surrounding yourself. In the false comfort and self righteousness of bitterness is just incredibly sad. The only way to combat building the cocoon of bitterness is to recognize your part in the problem. The fourth pillar is self assertiveness brandon defined self assertiveness as quote the willingness to stand up for myself to be who i am openly to treat myself for the respect in all human encounters. It is the belief that quote my life does not belong to others and i am not here to live up to someone else's expectations in the movie respect. You watch aretha franklin struggle to meet her father's expectations and she's saying the great american songbook instead of finding her own voice until years later it's important to define yourself by finding your own authentic voice. I remember with such clarity telling my therapist. The late great. Sonia nevis that my father told me life is not a bowl of cherries. It was a very vivid memory of sitting in the front seat of his truck and sonia recognizing my innate zest for life balance this by observing greediness can be a fine appetite for life which is so true to the core of who i am. I am lucky with who i got to work with. One way to safely experiment with.

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"nevis" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance

Radical Personal Finance

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"nevis" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance

"In their countries entirely legal it's entirely acceptable. You could choose a tax free country right to totally tax-free countries such as saint kitts and nevis. That's the first country. Second country would be grenada and you could purchase a citizenship for yourself then at that point you could renounce your us citizenship. There's some formalities. There with that process but that entrepreneur making ten million dollars a year could move to saint kitts in nevis by citizenship. Live on the island. Become a tax resident of saint kitts in nevis runners business from saint kitts in nevis. Pay legally not a dime of tax. Because he has citizenship flag planted outside the united states so that's a citizenship flag the second thing second flag residency right. Where is your residence now. Here there's a distinction between residency and tax residency if you are a us. American you don't need to worry about the concept of tax residency because you are a tax resident of the united states. This is a concept that is of more concern for citizens of other nations. So for example. Imagine you're from the uk and you're trying to figure out. Hey i make ten million dollars a year from my internet business. How do i i. What do i do to change that. Well you can leave the uk and retain your british citizenship. You can keep your passport. You can do that. You don't necessarily need another citizenship. But what you need is you need to plant a flag for tax residency and so you try choose a country that may tax you more lightly tax. You not at all right. There's a reason that a lot of British businessmen live in dubai See you might move to buy and file for a residency. There get yourself registered as a tax resident and now you can terminate your tax obligations to the uk government. And now you simply tax resident of another place and so that's a residency flag. Third flag is usually considered to be a business flag right. I run my business. And so the classic conception of the three flag theory was this. You have your citizenship from a country that doesn't tax you and doesn't conscripts you in that will leave you alone and not impose all kinds of onerous reporting requirements on you for your bank accounts in your crypto holdings etc you have residency flag in a jurisdiction. That will leave you alone. That won't tax you on your foreign source income and that will give you a reasonable lifestyle when you're there then you have your business run in a third jurisdiction and you choose a business jurisdiction that won't tax you that has business friendly laws etc and that's your business flag and so if you do this right you can see that you can set this up in a fairly tax efficient way. Now every business is going to be different but these are the ways that you set up those three flags and those are the three flags that make the biggest difference. The fourth flag that is often conceived was is then also whereas your money. Where do you store your money says your banking flag and what those early theorists developed was the idea that your money is probably safer in another place than where you're physically located so if you're physically located in the united states and your money is physically located in the united states then your money is quite a bit more accessible to somebody who has control over your person or who knows where you are but if you're physically located in the united states and your money is in the cayman islands oh there's a degree of separation there and you have a little bit more protection from your assets so the idea is can i choose the world's best place to store my money and to do my banking into do my investments So that's the banking flag. Then we get a little bit more esoteric for example. Some people go on and they say will. Where should i store my physical assets. If i've got a bucket a gold. Maybe it'd be best if my bucket. A gold wasn't in my basement. Maybe that should be in another jurisdiction entirely a place where they got a better quality vault than my gun safe at home You talk about your digital assets right. Where should you host your website. And you don't want your website to get taken down and some kind of coordinated attack against you and so Where can you host your website. Or where do you hold your your digital assets. So you can. Disconnect dissenter mediate. Each of your assets in you may move each asset to its best jurisdiction. So let's talk practical now these things. I believe work really well. And if you're a committed Individual right. You're you've got big money and you've got big ambition and you got big commitment to actually put in place all these different factors no question right. You can put in place. A comprehensive lifestyle spread all around the world and this will buy you greater security greater protection and greater freedom And the early. In fact. One thing that i have proved is that is what the early practitioners believe that one of the things that you better off is is simply never actually living in a country where you have any plag- flags planted so you know the basic idea. Was you actually want to spend your time as a tourist passing through destinations. Where you're simply a tourist now again. These guys were hardcore. Right you re. Wg hill and his original writings and they were hard. Core but hill would basically lives a tourist right and so you could imagine in in especially today's world the difference between today back then was those guys had to be millionaires And live off of their assets. Today we have so many of us who can earn our living through the internet that the options are much bigger but But if you spend time as a tourist you pretty much left alone right. Tourists are often treated. It's my opinion that tourists are treated better by most countries then our citizens or residents of that country funny We were down in costa rica a couple months two months ago spent a month there in costa rica. costa rica was having all of these They were having restrictions for corona virus. And so i was speaking to some locals. And what i found out was that they had restrictions on when you could drive your car And they had restrictions on when you could be out of your house so there was a curfew. You weren't allowed to be out certain hours depending on where we were in the country and then you're only allowed to drive your car on certain days of the week so if you're trying to get to work while you can't get to. There were some exceptions evidently for people to get to work. You know you couldn't drive your car. But who was exempt from that all tourists if you were a tourist and you were driving a rental car then you were entirely exempted from the restrictions on driving. If you're on your way to a hotel or from a hotel you were exempted from the restrictions and no one was going to bother with you with as a tourist and so it was kind of w- example number five hundred seventy three that. I've collected showing how governments usually treat tourists better than they treat their citizens and the residents I bought a piece of electronic gear. Recently when i was here in europe and when i was sitting there looking at the receipt i was the guy told me said if you wanna get your vat tax refunded. Because i'm a tourist erratic..

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"nevis" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"nevis" Discussed on Conversations

"Emily as so when. I met mal duff. Decent you you wrote man a knife. I said yes he said look. I'm going an expedition in six months to mushtaq tau and the himalayas. Why don't you come and climb this. And because then had drink. And i never thought seem again. Yeah sure why not. Why not and. that's what happened and about weeklies walked into my house. Banged on the door walked in and said is there. If you want to say war so the himalayas man which tag toa karakoram told to our sponsor. He wants you all. You have to write a book it and you know trying to talk with us not climbing before these along at this point i had to come clean. See well sensing. I do malcolm. I've never claimed anything. I am in a hill walked I love the scottish hilter. I walked up in but nothing steep because second problem was i've always been seriously scared of heights. Going up among monument or something. Scott monuments and edward really makes my life fuel wobbly and it stains shooting electricals. Charges happened and as i said this to come and i never technically claimed never claimed in winter. And i'm really scared of heights and so okay get used to the and. Fortunately i'm a i'm a guy now going to training now in six months you should be to at least get killed in the mountain. Claims with up to a certain point said twenty thousand feet. That should be enough. I love talkies and you can keep in touch with us for the rest of it and then write this book about. So how did how did you train. How did you learn to climb in six months. The be ready for the himalayas. You are started running until long. Four shorts are sorry. I was young enough to get fit enough for hospital a lot of ups and ups all that then molotov to me to drank who mostly for the winter. But he had a shailene that was part of his living. Who's teaching claiming. I told me this how to strap on crampons and use ice axes and took it from there. Rogues knots harnesses. What about the the fear of heart sanjay. Did you try to address. It didn't go away. All that could help was Concentrated really hard. What is right in front of me. When i was going up. And you're going up as low as jianlin and some sheer fear. Anger feel becomes angered. I think is going to go to the hard-bitten news. Always when you had to stop pow up a claim to be and then billing the other on his rope and then he's touch down and then you just felt high fell for and so two standard. The rock right in front of me. Turn to think about the geology of the crystals and funded me on the ice for nations. So only pure concentration and sensiti and sometimes adrenaline but never got that much better. I the point was that. I really wanted to go to the himalayas. I wanted an adventure. I never expected any adventures with raising life. And i was fine with her. But when someone offers you a gig later. I knew i'd reproach myself the rest of my life if i didn't call soon place mostly about fear again. Fear of not of how barrett feel. If i didn't go maybe yoki i'll do it. What went through your mind when you stood before this. This is tower in the himalayas. That you had gone to. Clark peachable already my mind. Let's say i thought Is very big. The first problem was was getting to the mysterious part of the mountain. You had to go through one of these. As falls which is a sham was occurs at the end of a glacier was it kind of draws off nightfall was like the winter brain who's shoes like have never says will very dangerous place kind of place. That climbers don't like because it's well they call objective danger danger. They can control towers collapsed. Crevasses open up snow bridges fall in. They don't like that kind of thing. Multi-use all dangerous and scary. So i didn't take the ice for that much more seriously but we had some really hairy times in that because once the sun hits it temperature starts to rise in his bridges and towers start collapsing orange and huge blocks in the size of houses. Come down very dangerous place. You gotta get through as quickly as you can but you gotta eighteen thousand feet. So you're not getting that much oxygen and you're carrying heavy pack so as a limited how fast you can actually do it so every time you went through that because we built a series who camps among. You're taking a risk canoe it. Everybody knew after the we prayer and went for Did that first trip make you hungry for more of that kind of climbing. Didn't i didn't expect ever do another trip. That wasn't they'd then stunning. But while mild sitting in a caffeine role pindi waiting for the monsoon into his who joined the to norwegian some one of the mountains next to us up to baltimore and they told us two of the Being killed on the way down so terrible we knew them a bit but when they went away. Ma who'd been very quiet said. How'd you fancy coming to overstate. Say how well those guys have a permit to over attend year q. I think i can buy from them because they won't be going now because to the main claim was a dead and i said i didn't think interested nevis months old hat and very interested in mister bedside service. Very interested in the unclaimed ridge. The only made to retailers left undone everest so we can raise a hundred thousand pounds. You tossed off the figure can go into bed. No one's been tend to bet since the chinese invasion thirties. Wouldn't that be great again. I thought he was joking issue. Let's do there and about nine months later. There we were into today and fallow palace. What was tibet in one thousand nine hundred five like very different from now. We were in lots of a week waiting for our gear to come through the. We saw unheard and not a single european or larrikin for that matter. It's very very different now. But it was felt tibetan those building going on but there hadn't been open and the chinese were fairly relaxed if you go into people's houses to houses without being you know followed watched and the rural parts of tibet. Just incredible huge acres of nothing and suddenly a man. On a horse repeal and some yaks and people strange over. They thought we will be to us. Had red hair and and one one of us had very blonde hair and blue eyes. But they started us. We started in. It was one survey buddhist country so the goal is prayer flags and prayer wheels everywhere. Say scotland turn goodest absolutely lovely purity about that culture and that county that we all loved when we're coming towards evers first time we saw even the most hard-bitten of the guys who grown up on these photos of everest from this site. All the prewar trips were on the basic which just stood there and somebody said it's very big because it towered above everything else on those in front of our lane is mind boggling big going the steepest hardest donnette and did you climb that as well andrew. The bank no crimes to twenty thousand feet on. This is quite high of Well.

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"nevis" Discussed on The Entrepreneurial You

The Entrepreneurial You

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"nevis" Discussed on The Entrepreneurial You

"Input your war you set appropriate limits Developmental limits the match child's level anew value children's in boot says quite a bit of war. But here's you have control over their showroom it's This person uses power asserted techniques the parent. You need to listen to me. The impulse a letter rules. Expect strict obedience. Expect your except what they say and then there are. Those permissive is said hewlett's limits to make few demands there. They have low levels of control of insurance behaviors. Under four type is on involving These spirits are insensitive to the children's needs in often ignore them. So some researchers the eversource in jamaica garth lipson and his colleagues have studied these types of parenting styles across jamaica. Bahamas seem kitts nevis Vincent as you can see towards two left column here. A little over a third of parents across the island nations using authoritative or democratic style twenty percent roughly across the country's us sort cherian style a smaller percentage of permissive neglectful category. To the far right here What's thirty percent less than across the nation's tend to be a neglectful. So what are the outcomes of these types of parenting lips his colleagues looked at depressive symptoms. In adolescence you can see the columns in red haired authoritarian recieve attentive Adolescence is higher And so if you're a thorough -tarian you both your will of your children. It turned more likely to show a depressive symptoms than those who are sorted reasons. They're gironde valuations input permissive. It seems to be lower as well but didn't get full the depressive symptoms max those of the authoritative errands sit depending on parenting styles your affecting to behavioral health of your children an recommend the authoritative parenting style if also examined in a national study across trinidad and tobago. We examined parents boston. Behaviors rules material warning that is giving sharon objects or treat harsh parenting in terms of physical discipline again. We see the mix. We see boston behaviors as well as rule orientation so parents use a lot of rules. Expect obedience since children unilateral respects. So what do these outcomes produce these types of investment children so parenting Bagel high warms that low. Harshness children tend to display more pro social behaviors helping sharing showing empathy for others moral concern for others in distress..

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"nevis" Discussed on Chutando a Escada

Chutando a Escada

08:40 min | 1 year ago

"nevis" Discussed on Chutando a Escada

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Good Company: Helio Castroneves Wins Indy 500 for 4th Time

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Good Company: Helio Castroneves Wins Indy 500 for 4th Time

"Hello Castroneves grabbed the lead with two laps to go and raced his way into Indianapolis five hundred history it was win number four for the Brazilian driver who finished ahead of Alex palu Castroneves joins AJ Foyt Rick Mears and al Unser senior as the only four time Indianapolis winners the forty six year old Castro Nevis racing for the twenty first time in Indianapolis averaged a hundred ninety miles per hour the fastest five hundred ever with one hundred thirty five thousand spectators on hand Tom McCabe Indianapolis

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"nevis" Discussed on Cloudbase Mayhem Podcast

Cloudbase Mayhem Podcast

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"nevis" Discussed on Cloudbase Mayhem Podcast

"As a life style of the of the sport i don't dig it doesn't work. It just puts me in shitty air now need to do that. I mean you know. I try to reserve my shitty air for the house. There's only so much psychological trauma we can handle. You know at least. That's how i'm feeling about things. These days i mean the the uk actually is a great resource of united flight. Information on everything i. It's you know it's fun to see how you doing. Compare it comparing yourself to other when you. I think my best of twice in the league was eight or nine years ago. But i know i'm never going to get the top. But they just don't have the time and then when you like family christening or wedding or or or even just kids birthday parties or something like that go to and and it's a beautiful day you can't flying. It's just sort of you know all your mates underplays and everything. It's just put. It just makes you unhappy. And why go there if you if you don't if you're not doing the league you know let pressures lifted up to you. Just you know missing out tesco points. Yeah yeah points in. The league just You just fly for the fun of it and that's how it should be so the other thing i wanted to mention was well. Let me just tell this story. it's twenty twelve. Believe it so long ago. April twenty twelve and full cost down in the south was absolutely rubbish. Focused up hunters of scotland was five star so it was about a dozen of us from the south headed up there in a few cars and we got up to we we the night before and then we got to. White car is which is a slight glencoe on saturday morning and it was just useful. Conditions I did a nice little try and go out in front. I before i sort of worked out. What the day was doing and then i started. I had this plan to fly from white. Curry's up to full william. Let's pushing into wind than trying to get onto basically ben nevis and then fly back to white curry's and that would have been a a really nice it allows and return. It didn't quite what i thought. I managed to push all the way through into wind. Up to william. I just couldn't didn't have enough high to get onto the little What's it called on no rain. So i decided to head back. And i go to climb out from william. The wind was pushing me. South west and.

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Top 10 Haunted Crime Scenes

Extraterrestrial

06:14 min | 2 years ago

Top 10 Haunted Crime Scenes

"Starting off our list of haunted crime scenes is the Eden Brown estate on the Caribbean island of Nevis. There're couple versions of this story and they all take place before a wedding. Of course, they do essentially the groom and the best man they get into a fight they pull out their vessels and they kill each other. Oh but they're not the ghosts of the Brown. Estate that would be the bride who still roams the estate and a long white gown waiting for her wedding day. Of course, she is the. Are. They're always brides dressed in their wedding clothes just waiting for their wedding day at these places and it's always really sad because i. they're also always like crying or like they look very like shock they've always been jilted. Yeah. It's not fair. No I. Don't like while in eighteen, twenty, two, this bride Julia. Huggins was set to marry Walter Maynard, his best dude John Huggins was going to be the best man but all was not well of course, there wasn't everyone died. Wheeler Alina a fight was a bruin. So there's like multiple stories about what actually happened and since the story was largely spread by tourism, they all vary a little bit. I feel like the best things in the worst things are always spread by doors. One hundred percent we can account for a lot with tourism well, like I said, there's a few theories. The first is that the grew was having an affair and the best man found out that was his sister. So he was like I'm upset and then the groom was like you are Eliah I think that was it that was it, but there's also some mortgage bonds. Okay. The next one is that the best man like I said was the bride's brother and the groom discovered that they were hooking up with each other on the low, and obviously he went a little bananas about that Allah incest a lot incest. So S- big ill. Another theory we've got another one says that the bride's father now, that's the dad this time was tried for mistreating his sleeves and this was in the eighteen hundred. So you know that was real bad. That was a sharp left turn sharp left. The groom having an affair. Yeah. That's like the classic in the best man is being a good dude and killed them died hero. It's a pretty good wrong com movie actually I picked up I like that one while historians think the real story dates back to a historical rivalry between the maynard and the huggins families the plantation itself dates back to the Century and it was at that time a beautiful property decorated with international furnishings from Africa and China. But today it's in ruins. Really. Sad. But sad torres claim to hear whales of a crying bride enslaves. ooh, and Julia is sometimes spotted in her wedding gown only during the full moon I don't hate that this is in ruin. Now what's meant to be will be yeah don't go there. It's terrible place. Nine. At number nine this week is leap castle and love this one according to ancient legends. Leap Castle is built on an ancient Druid holy site. ooh while we don't know if the druids used the land for human sacrifice, we do know that once the castle was built it did witness hundreds of murders I feel like that's just like what castles do. Yeah. Any good castle worth. Its name seen offend learning the hundreds of murders. You can't be a castle. You know it's a qualification. The best part of this place is that it's named after a little earl leap off a nearby cliff by an ancient Irish abandoned chieftain. ooh. Yeah. He jumped as a sign of bravery to win clan leadership from his brother later, it was taken over by the bloody carols. I want to be friends with them because you definitely don't want to be their enemy. Yeah. You don't want to be an enemy of the bloody. Oh Carols No. Well, they were known for throwing Red Wedding s dinner parties and just straight up killing their guests like the saddest episode of Game Fern. So to picture that was all is affecting me R.I.P Robb stark. Talk. About number be over it. Well, this was way back in the fifteen hundreds. So the it is pretty game of thrones Ian. Yeah. So the carols, this is one of my favorite things they built an uber yet a what an yet. and. What would happen was victims would fall through a trap door into this. googly. It in the remains of one hundred fifty people were found during a nineteen twenties renovation. So I think we have three major ghosts that we want to chat about really quick. Hit me up. One of the ghosts is called the Red Lady. It's an carol hostage, the murdered her baby. Oh, I don't WanNa be a part of them anymore. This is when I got off the OH. Carol, Bandwagon. You're. Not. In. She's looking for her baby though was murdered. Oh, I know and then we have thaddeus. 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Resident Evil 3: Nemesis

What's Good Games

02:15 min | 3 years ago

Resident Evil 3: Nemesis

"Evil three daylight lights on April third twenty twenty just announced moments ago. Well not really anymore but earlier this week at playstation state of play resident evil three is coming the playstation four xbox one St Maple Third Twenty twenty taking a trip back to raccoon. City won't be a walk in the park. Of course the city is in the throes of it outbreak with the shuffling shuffling dead wandering the streets and urban jungle becoming a tangle of overturned cars and crumbling buildings picturesque. Isn't it wrote this. Also this worth released. Yeah no I mean. Kind of came from Capcom blocks so this airfield I understand really overly dramatic. I feel like a regular person wouldn't write. This makes the Capcom have chromebook. Okay great it's against this backdrop that you'll Valentine prepares to make her escape although there's a bit of a twist in the timeline for those of you who aren't familiar with the original if if you played resident evil two earlier this year. You may know that Leon Claire arrived in the city on September. Twenty Ninth Joel Story. However starts a few days earlier as an accomplished member of stars and a survivor survivor of the incident in the mountains the site of the original Risen Evil Jill has some experience with the horrors that await just like the remake of resident evil two earlier? This you're in for a new viewpoint as you explore raccoon city with an over the shoulder camera placing you right in the thick of the action as you navigate abandoned streets and iconic locations. Oh So if you thought tyrant AKA MR X. was terrifying. You're in for a whole new level of Nevis comes to town. made us on purpose in mind nemesis. Mrs Will Stop at nothing to eliminate every last member of the stars team. And that means eliminating Jill before she can escape hoops more intelligent and perhaps more vicious than tyrod tyrant then assists can arm himself with weapons like the conic rocket launcher or simply crushed. Whatever stands between it and its mission? As if that isn't enough joe will have to contend with the umbrella biohazard uh-huh hazard countermeasure countermeasure service or. UB A private military force run by the very company that sparked the outbreak despite seeming to to be walled in from all sides there are still some friendlies bases scattered throughout the city Carlos a member of the. Ub is doing his best to assist any survivor. She finds and Concludes Jill Together. Joan Carlos will need to

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What we talk about when we talk about jobs

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

04:38 min | 3 years ago

What we talk about when we talk about jobs

"We introduced you earlier. This week to a group called the Institute for Supply Management Management IFM for short literally people who do all things supply chain for a living we were talking about their manufacturing index how busy American manufacturing and factories these are not all that busy and getting less so it turns out was the macro economically troubling upshot today. It's their service sector survey. We want to talk about the non-manufacturing manufacturing side of this economy still growing but at a much slower pace than anybody had thought so to get us going on this Thursday marketplace's Marielle Sagarra has the service service sector primer accountants lawyers Baristas Uber Drivers math tutors. What are they all have in common their part of the services sector and radio reporters quarters? I'm a creator. I'm out here toiling away cranking out radio pieces but apparently I'm in the services sector to produce a good or a structure. You're right you produce service so that's the difference that's Gad Lebanon Chief Economist for North America at the Conference Board also a service sector the job if you make car parts you're in manufacturing. If you're a farmer you're in agriculture but as a rule of thumb if you don't produce a physical thing you're part of the services sector of the economy about eighty percent of American workers fall into this category it wasn't always this way one hundred years ago the majority of Workers Hello Greek culture or manufacturing and now those with Sharon significantly and that's how it usually goes Danny Bachman the US second omic forecaster at Deloitte says as a country's economy develops it tends to shift towards services one reason that manufacturing become more more productive. There's better technology and that makes a lot of manufacturing jobs obsolete. We just need fewer people to produce the same amount of manufactured goods up by the way the exact same thing happened with agriculture. Meanwhile as people who live in this developing economy get wealthier they start to demand more services like banking king in healthcare. Now the services sector is not an island when there's a downturn in manufacturing say workers an auto factory get laid off. They may be less likely to spend money on services like restaurants and travel. I'm Maryelle Sagarra for marketplace so continuing with the theme here that is in its manufacturing services services indexes Kimberly Adams story for us yesterday about what seemed like as of yesterday the possibility that we're just in for a long slow period of economic economic met that a recession might just never come. It'll just be slow but perhaps we were too hasty because maybe what's happening. Is that the slow hello is speeding up. Marketplace's Sabrina sure explains the Institute for Supply Management in their survey. They ask companies questions including just basic stuff a flight. How's business best at the moment. Eric Harrison is CEO of the Jay Renee Group an importer and wholesaler of shoes which puts him in one of the sectors actors covered by ISM's non-manufacturing index. He is worried his business is going to get hammered by the next round of tariffs so he's not investing in new technology not hiring new people as much as he normally would just trying to play closer to the best which on Portuguese were a lot of our customers are doing as well so it has kind of ripple effect. That's the story behind the numbers I assume survey of non-manufacturers was the weakest in two years a common theme and the comments businesses are worried about trade and that's been true for manufacturers for a while the big takeaway here is that it is not just them anymore. Sam Coffin is a senior economist at UBS looks as if from today's Today's data that the manufacturing weaknesses spreading into the rest of the economy take for example accommodation and food services hotels big importers of furniture furniture. That's tariff. This is Anthony Nevis. He helps run. ISM's non-manufacturing survey and there's food products that they're starting to see increases on stuff coming in from MM. China higher priced imports could seep into more of the economy. Ian Shepherdson is chief economist at Pantheon macroeconomics will probably have good to go up which retailers but it also hurts everybody else who's selling things you can see him is because people are less cash to spend on discretionary services like entertainment and leisure activity so so it seems to be scaring everyone for now. It's possible that the US economy might just be slowing down to a creep but these numbers are assigned that maybe it is worse than that in New York. I'm sure for

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River Dolphins Have a Wide Vocal Repertoire

60-Second Science

01:55 min | 3 years ago

River Dolphins Have a Wide Vocal Repertoire

"This is scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Dodd Yata. Freshwater dolphins live in many of the world's biggest rivers from the Amazon to the Ganges and they differ in a lot of ways from their better known ocean-going cousins, they have a flexible neck, they have different types of teas speak and also move their flippers independently in different directions, so they can swim backwards. Gabrielle Miller son does a marine biologist at the university of Saint Andrews in Scotland when I decided that I wouldn't be a biologist used to set it that I wanted to study dolphins and being born in the Amazon Nevis only metro to go for the riverdell since he says another thing that sets his study subjects apart from marine. Dolphins are their calls. Over several years. Mila Santos has recorded. The sounds of argh Wyan river dolphins came calling at the mall because Uber fish market. That's on Brazil's token teens river, then using sound analysis software his team fished two hundred and thirty seven distinct sound types from the recordings indicating the dolphins have a wide repertoire, the call collection published in the journal peer Jay has only a few whistles instead three quarters of the collected. Sounds were short to parters like this one. Produced by a female calf has she rubbed her head on her mother's belly. It's a call. That's more similar in structure to the ones orcas and pilot whales make to identify a family or social group then to the social whistles of marine dolphins. These are older lineages, right? So issue understand how these communicated we might have a sense to understand how the communication system evolved in different Lena Joseph cetaceans, meaning perhaps these calls between mother and calf are like the river dolphins themselves and Evelyn relic. Thanks for listening for scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Don. Yata?

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The marathon atop the world's deepest lake is not for beginners

Start Here

04:37 min | 4 years ago

The marathon atop the world's deepest lake is not for beginners

"Siberia. He might not be able to hear through the wind. That is a guy in fur-lined coat in the middle of nowhere saying, we might lose people. ABC's Patrick reveal is our Russia correspondent. He's insane Petersburg right now, Patrick you accompanied Alenia on this race. What are we talking about here? What is it like on that frozen lake in Siberia. This is not just any lay. This is the the deepest lake in the world, and so it is. It is just I, if you just imagine of endless white flat plateau and around is overeating with these mountains, have blue haze over them, then that's what you look. If you imagine the frozen planet. That's why she's running this. Martin is a cross lychee across the ice running on top of Mita thick ice from one show to the twenty six miles doing. I think that's that's can be telling Dan bridges are damn degrees. Integrate lower than usual. Minus minus twenty Fahrenheit was was the temperature when we were that. And suddenly this gale blew up and we had fifty five mile an hour winds. When you combine that with minus twenty temperatures, you get this ferocious cold and people getting frost by the two people who had to be pulled out the race because they got frostbite and just off Gina, the I five miles one guy had had had his ear. Frostbitten and wish then had to be potty cut off. The ear had to be cut off, not not the whole era. As far as I understand that part of the. I mean, I had this very rough, rough guy from Siberia who said to me in Siberia, we cool old doctors sessions. So obviously a special breed of person who's doing this race. You guys were with LIC, but you met several these people. What are they like? What is she like? How do you get yourself to do this? I mean, the thing that struck me is that there is a great variety of of people doing it and many of them particular also above middle-age in many of them like Elissa in the late fifties and she she has self is sixty full when we began. You know, she was running through knee deep snow and it looked very tough. And she said to me, ten me is that this is horrible. You know, this is awful, but then she just keeps going and it's speeds stays the same. And she just goes on just keeps going. Moving to Nevis in stays an, you know, whatever you do keep moving onto the finish. It's absolutely insane documented. Just went up this morning on ABC news dot com. We're glad you made that a Siberian safely. Patrick. Thanks for being with us. Thanks. Thanks. And one last thing you've heard of ghosting you go on dates, then all of a sudden nothing Connors, never gonna call. Really. Have you know, because I'm a guy and it's just how we do it. Well, what if that happens? But you still see the person liking your Facebook posts, like what does that mean? They weren't text you back, but they'll like a photo or watcher, Instagram story, not chat story, so they're alive and they know your life and I know what you're doing, but they're not actually contacting you. That is Anna arose Vini. She wrote on the excellently named blog, man, repel. This has happened to her and her friends multiple times, hey, why are you watching my snapshot stories been not texting me and he was like, oh, you can see that even coin to term for it. It's not ghosting. It's not creeping I admit that I creep, so I do want to distinguish two. She calls it orbiting you know, just keeping someone in your orbit. I Vini says, is the modern version of keeping someone of the back burner. Let them know you're there just in case things change, but for now you're not interested. I think it's the action of someone who doesn't know what they want. She says, think about it. Ghosting has existed ever since the invention of letters, you cannot orbit without social media. So if you're one of these people, you're like a really annoying pioneer. Congratulations. I do want to be reminded that you exist leave a rating and review on apple podcasts or tweet at us. Start here ABC Patrick real got some incredible images in Siberia. You can check them out today at ABC news dot com or the news app. I'm Brad milkey see tomorrow. Are you hiring join the over three million businesses that use indeed dot com for hiring post your next job opening on the world's number one job site indeed, dot com.

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Exonerated man back at White Sox job after 23 years in prison

The Steve Dahl Show

01:51 min | 5 years ago

Exonerated man back at White Sox job after 23 years in prison

"And in late january staff at stroger hospital found a package of pot under the door to an inmate bathroom the cook county sheriff says it was twentysevenyearold david fuller who left the six grams of pot behind for an inmate who was visiting the county hospital fuller is on parole for a prior aggravated battery conviction he is now also facing a charge of attempting to bring pot into a penal institution he's been released after posting bond and a former white sox groundskeeper returns to his old job after spending more than twenty years in prison on a wrongful conviction chicago tribune reports the dna evidence led la last year led prosecutors to vacate forty nine year old nevis coleman's conviction in nineteen ninetyfour rape and murder he was released from prison in november after spending twenty three years behind bars a cook county judge granted him a certificate of innocence this month coleman's friends and family reached out to the whites ox after his release the team offered him a job interview and then welcomed him back saying they're grateful that justice has been carried out for nevis wls news time four oh four and look at the roads biggest problem is the stevenson outbound you're looking at to the tristate fifty minutes out to the veterans toll around an hour twenty and that's a slight improvement a crash outbound near lamont roadblocks a left lane with police on the scene that was rollover edens out to lake cook sixteen inbound from lake cook to the junction twenty the kennedy out to the junction twenty two if you're traveling to o'hare that's about forty inbound o'hare to downtown forty five junction in twentysix eisenhower to wolf at forty thorndale fifty inbound from thorndale that's about fifty wolf in thirty five and the stevenson again fifty out to the tri state now or twenty after the veterans toll inbound from the veterans toll forty tristate in two thousand five and the dan ryan out to ninety fifth that's a twenty six minute trip inbound from ninety five fifteen extract update in fifteen minutes news on the hour the half and when it breaks continuous coverage wlsamcom or the steve dahl show on the way our next report at four.

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