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"nine thousand nine percent" Discussed on The Audio Long Read

The Audio Long Read

05:50 min | 11 months ago

"nine thousand nine percent" Discussed on The Audio Long Read

"Colleges think the pine mountain may create a landscape of fear for the grays. They also believe that because the reds which evolved alongside the martin for centuries way less than gray's they will be more easily able to escape by running to the ends of tree branches where they cannot be reached to. She is studying the impact of martin's on red and grey squirrels. in scotland. Says there is no guarantee that the impact she observed in ireland will be replicated there as the pine marten has more alternative prey to the grey squirrel such as field voles so she believes that suggesting that pine martens could solve. Britain's squirrel is overstating the case i do she said pine marten certainly could potentially be a tool in red squirrel conservation but research is still underway. It's also true that most owners of shooting estates won't tolerate the pine marten devouring pheasant chicks and eggs in their woods. Some animal activists also argue that we should leave the grays alone because overtime red squirrels will develop immunity to squirrel pox citing the example of myxomatosis which was deliberately introduced in the nineteen fifties to reduce britain's rabbit population. This disease killed more nine thousand nine percent of rabbits but over the past fifty years. The population has bounced back if a virus wipes out. It's host it radically cuts itself so over time. A virus must become less virulent to survive the host. The rabbit also develops immunity survivors. Pass it to their offspring but squirrel pox as professor julian. Chantrey explained to me is different. The virus already has a perfect host the gray and so there is no evolutionary imperative for it to become less deadly to reds the reds will acquire some immunity. But it's going to take a long time with successive epidemics drive in the aleutian of red resistance. He said i wanted to see for myself whether cranial dispatch killing gray squirrel by hitting it on the head was cruel. So i drove to north wales to spend a day with craig shuttle with an ecologist responsible for the colors greatest achievement an eighteen year effort to clear the island of anglesey of grey squirrels which was completed in two thousand fifteen since. Then it's red population has rebounded from near extinction to seven hundred. We met at seven. Am and headed out in shuttleworth's battered blue landrover with mismatched. Red driver's door in the back was a large translucent. Plastic sack filled with yellow maize and black sunflower seeds and a sixty centimetre long square etched stick shuttle with his toll independent thinker who had resisted the professorships of a conventional academic career. Scientists are a bit like an under ten's football team. He said they're all around the ball. The clever kate is waiting on the wing for that ball to pop out. He is now working to clear graze from a small corner of north west wales..

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"nine thousand nine percent" Discussed on The Audio Long Read

The Audio Long Read

05:50 min | 11 months ago

"nine thousand nine percent" Discussed on The Audio Long Read

"Colleges think the pine mountain may create a landscape of fear for the grays. They also believe that because the reds which evolved alongside the martin for centuries way less than gray's they will be more easily able to escape by running to the ends of tree branches where they cannot be reached to. She is studying the impact of martin's on red and grey squirrels. in scotland. Says there is no guarantee that the impact she observed in ireland will be replicated there as the pine marten has more alternative prey to the grey squirrel such as field voles so she believes that suggesting that pine martens could solve. Britain's squirrel is overstating the case i do she said pine marten certainly could potentially be a tool in red squirrel conservation but research is still underway. It's also true that most owners of shooting estates won't tolerate the pine marten devouring pheasant chicks and eggs in their woods. Some animal activists also argue that we should leave the grays alone because overtime red squirrels will develop immunity to squirrel pox citing the example of myxomatosis which was deliberately introduced in the nineteen fifties to reduce britain's rabbit population. This disease killed more nine thousand nine percent of rabbits but over the past fifty years. The population has bounced back if a virus wipes out. It's host it radically cuts itself so over time. A virus must become less virulent to survive the host. The rabbit also develops immunity survivors. Pass it to their offspring but squirrel pox as professor julian. Chantrey explained to me is different. The virus already has a perfect host the gray and so there is no evolutionary imperative for it to become less deadly to reds the reds will acquire some immunity. But it's going to take a long time with successive epidemics drive in the aleutian of red resistance. He said i wanted to see for myself whether cranial dispatch killing gray squirrel by hitting it on the head was cruel. So i drove to north wales to spend a day with craig shuttle with an ecologist responsible for the colors greatest achievement an eighteen year effort to clear the island of anglesey of grey squirrels which was completed in two thousand fifteen since. Then it's red population has rebounded from near extinction to seven hundred. We met at seven. Am and headed out in shuttleworth's battered blue landrover with mismatched. Red driver's door in the back was a large translucent. Plastic sack filled with yellow maize and black sunflower seeds and a sixty centimetre long square etched stick shuttle with his toll independent thinker who had resisted the professorships of a conventional academic career. Scientists are a bit like an under ten's football team. He said they're all around the ball. The clever kate is waiting on the wing for that ball to pop out. He is now working to clear graze from a small corner of north west wales..

"nine thousand nine percent" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

07:44 min | 11 months ago

"nine thousand nine percent" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

"They will still be the rim at company making these amazing supercars like the navarra of which porsche will also be a twenty four percent. Stakeholder volkswagen's soon to decide on the future of their luxury brand begetting oliver blum who's volkswagen's management board member and ceo of porsche said today now porsche is boss. Oliver bloom early vitiates. There were intense discussions. On what the heck do we do with gatty. Well however you say that in german and those discussions were ongoing but at the time earlier this year roommate was described as being a good technological fits adding the decision will be made in the first half of the year. Well whereabout three days away from the first half of the year being over. Watch this space links to electricity. Msn dot com in the show notes. If you'd like to read more that's mega story right because rematch with the best one in the world. They've doubled their workforce over the last few years from five hundred to one thousand you know. They're not the biggest car company in the well. They've launched the navarro. Which is the new name for the sea on the school to only the second vehicle they've made and again those are vehicles which they don't even keep themselves so they don't have you know a fancy showroom in mata he's like well i'm keeping them zero zero one and that's my because they don't have the money they need to sell all of the 'cause they can make keeping any back for themselves to put up you know in a museum so it's still company the is yes making multi million dollar hyper-cars. Yes doing incredible things with technology and not taking any of that white but still a very small company so i would say in this instance Punching above their weight. I don't say if i can be on between you. And i and i probably wouldn't say if i've always in the same room as the boss of vw grape man. I'm just so pleased that vw didn't just get the checkbook out and byron. I'm so pleased that didn't happen because you get the feeling that they've done. Multi has done what he's done with that company because they've been able to and you know being kind as i can be to all mega-corporations they both move slowly and also the people wanna get fired and so then it have as much entrepreneurial spirit you know pete. Nobody speaks so man. I'm pleased that vw. Just die. We'll we'll buy rack and let them run your gatty site. That's let them stand alone. Let them do that thing. But interestingly let them then run beauty because all come are going to have to go. Ev at some point. It's just wendy do it. Like ferrari lamborghini maserati names. That are so linked. The sound of their petrol engines are going to have to go full electric they. It's not in question. So when do they do that when you gase go. All electric and what kind of began gets made with rimec in judge. I would say a really really good one all right. Let's move on. Let's talk about a massive battery. Going live in the uk this to me by listening to fill alan email this to hello at avenues. Daily dot com a new giant battery storage system for recharging vs going live in today. Creating a blueprint for other towns and cities go net zero the fifty megawatts. Our lithium ion battery is directly connected to the uk's high-voltage transmission network which is run by national grid and recent guests of this podcast on saturday. Last week's special was indeed graham cooper from the national grid. Now there is an eight kilometer private wire delivering power from the battery to ev charging locations that gets distributed around the city of oxford including the uk's largest public challenging hub that has up to ten megawatts of power on site that features thirty eight ultra rapid charging stations and fast charging stations delivering the energy to av drivers. Night and day. It's oxford's park and ride and it opens later this year. Fast ned installing ten charges at the hub. They are going to be three hundred. Kilowatts the really fast high-powered charges. So unless you own a audi each. Gt or an ionic. Five or six sleigh off of those ones because your car can charge on a slower one but those cars need the false charges. Matt allen is the ceo of pivot power. The company behind this power is an etf company now and they are doing. I think pivot power that talk about that charging house. They want to build some of the most interesting and also to do with mega battery. Storage projects was interesting. Things thinking outside the box in this country They have led the one million pound government backed scheme and matt said quote. This is the first grid scale battery to directly connect to the transmission network of the uk and represents a key milestone for the completion of the energy super hub in oxford our mission to accelerate the uk to net zero planning forty similar sites around the country and quite goes back now by that parent company. If you wouldn't bet against them. I'll pop linked to fleets europe where i got that story from if you would like to read more about the oxford super hob i'd also edf renewables ownership of pivot. Pal you can find them. Pivot dash power dot co dot uk. Okay let's talk about what they're doing in oxford. The park and ride provides fifty points catering for range. Visa speeds visitors can charge in minutes if they need to stay with their vehicle or going into work for the day or shopping. In the city they can charge on a much slower level to charger. It says a connection to the national grid high voltage network with the hybrid battery storage system as maury vs hit the road. We need more battery storage but more energy generation but also more choice of to charge. And that's a that's a public education job like a little podcast to try and teach people about issues. But you can do that as well as you make. People who may be buying electric car one day or your neighbor bison eva and you know you can have those conversations about how when where and to charge. And if you're leaving your car for hours on end sticky on a seven kilowatt post. And i think i i told you. The story on the podcast. Last week i went to an insult. Georgia may here. Which is fifty kilowatt fast charger and there was a renos zoe on it which was full zoe. So is one of the ccs plug obviously because they panicled plugs. Those instable units. Do i say something to the owner of zoe. Dude you're nine thousand nine percent and you're blocking dc fast charging now. I didn't need the charge because it was local to me if someone was driving through dorset and they needed that charger stuffed. There's a guy nine thousand nine percent left is gone. He was on a night where he was like left the car huge education job. And that's the responsibility so many levels all right moving on. Let's talk about tesla's full. Self-driving beater. I don't talk about it. A lot on this podcast. Because you know. There're people who are big fans of elon musk's promises and there are people.

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"nine thousand nine percent" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

08:29 min | 11 months ago

"nine thousand nine percent" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

"Two that porsche. Division and porsche would then form joint venture with rimec in which rimec would have fifty five percent of byu gatti's hsieh's in comparison porsche controlling forty five percent however the porsche stake in rimec was increased in march. They now own twenty four percent so you is a quarter owned already by vw. Well by through the porsche. Subsiduary and that will remain unaffected. So if i've read this right byu gatty will be owned by a joint venture company separate company fifty five percent rimac twenty at forty five percents porsche and then they will still be the rim at company making these amazing supercars like the navarra of which porsche will also be a twenty four percent. Stakeholder volkswagen's soon to decide on the future of their luxury brand begetting oliver blum who's volkswagen's management board member and ceo of porsche said today now porsche is boss. Oliver bloom early vitiates. There were intense discussions. On what the heck do we do with gatty. Well however you say that in german and those discussions were ongoing but at the time earlier this year roommate was described as being a good technological fits adding the decision will be made in the first half of the year. Well whereabout three days away from the first half of the year being over. Watch this space links to electricity. Msn dot com in the show notes. If you'd like to read more that's mega story right because rematch with the best one in the world. They've doubled their workforce over the last few years from five hundred to one thousand you know. They're not the biggest car company in the well. They've launched the navarro. Which is the new name for the sea on the school to only the second vehicle they've made and again those are vehicles which they don't even keep themselves so they don't have you know a fancy showroom in mata he's like well i'm keeping them zero zero one and that's my because they don't have the money they need to sell all of the 'cause they can make keeping any back for themselves to put up you know in a museum so it's still company the is yes making multi million dollar hyper-cars. Yes doing incredible things with technology and not taking any of that white but still a very small company so i would say in this instance Punching above their weight. I don't say if i can be on between you. And i and i probably wouldn't say if i've always in the same room as the boss of vw grape man. I'm just so pleased that vw didn't just get the checkbook out and byron. I'm so pleased that didn't happen because you get the feeling that they've done. Multi has done what he's done with that company because they've been able to and you know being kind as i can be to all mega-corporations they both move slowly and also the people wanna get fired and so then it have as much entrepreneurial spirit you know pete. Nobody speaks so man. I'm pleased that vw. Just die. We'll we'll buy rack and let them run your gatty site. That's let them stand alone. Let them do that thing. But interestingly let them then run beauty because all come are going to have to go. Ev at some point. It's just wendy do it. Like ferrari lamborghini maserati names. That are so linked. The sound of their petrol engines are going to have to go full electric they. It's not in question. So when do they do that when you gase go. All electric and what kind of began gets made with rimec in judge. I would say a really really good one all right. Let's move on. Let's talk about a massive battery. Going live in the uk this to me by listening to fill alan email this to hello at avenues. Daily dot com a new giant battery storage system for recharging vs going live in today. Creating a blueprint for other towns and cities go net zero the fifty megawatts. Our lithium ion battery is directly connected to the uk's high-voltage transmission network which is run by national grid and recent guests of this podcast on saturday. Last week's special was indeed graham cooper from the national grid. Now there is an eight kilometer private wire delivering power from the battery to ev charging locations that gets distributed around the city of oxford including the uk's largest public challenging hub that has up to ten megawatts of power on site that features thirty eight ultra rapid charging stations and fast charging stations delivering the energy to av drivers. Night and day. It's oxford's park and ride and it opens later this year. Fast ned installing ten charges at the hub. They are going to be three hundred. Kilowatts the really fast high-powered charges. So unless you own a audi each. Gt or an ionic. Five or six sleigh off of those ones because your car can charge on a slower one but those cars need the false charges. Matt allen is the ceo of pivot power. The company behind this power is an etf company now and they are doing. I think pivot power that talk about that charging house. They want to build some of the most interesting and also to do with mega battery. Storage projects was interesting. Things thinking outside the box in this country They have led the one million pound government backed scheme and matt said quote. This is the first grid scale battery to directly connect to the transmission network of the uk and represents a key milestone for the completion of the energy super hub in oxford our mission to accelerate the uk to net zero planning forty similar sites around the country and quite goes back now by that parent company. If you wouldn't bet against them. I'll pop linked to fleets europe where i got that story from if you would like to read more about the oxford super hob i'd also edf renewables ownership of pivot. Pal you can find them. Pivot dash power dot co dot uk. Okay let's talk about what they're doing in oxford. The park and ride provides fifty points catering for range. Visa speeds visitors can charge in minutes if they need to stay with their vehicle or going into work for the day or shopping. In the city they can charge on a much slower level to charger. It says a connection to the national grid high voltage network with the hybrid battery storage system as maury vs hit the road. We need more battery storage but more energy generation but also more choice of to charge. And that's a that's a public education job like a little podcast to try and teach people about issues. But you can do that as well as you make. People who may be buying electric car one day or your neighbor bison eva and you know you can have those conversations about how when where and to charge. And if you're leaving your car for hours on end sticky on a seven kilowatt post. And i think i i told you. The story on the podcast. Last week i went to an insult. Georgia may here. Which is fifty kilowatt fast charger and there was a renos zoe on it which was full zoe. So is one of the ccs plug obviously because they panicled plugs. Those instable units. Do i say something to the owner of zoe. Dude you're nine thousand nine percent and you're blocking dc fast charging now. I didn't need the charge because it was local to me if someone was driving through dorset and they needed that charger stuffed. There's a guy nine thousand nine percent left is gone. He was on a night where he was like left the car huge education job. And that's the responsibility so many levels all right moving on. Let's talk about tesla's full. Self-driving beater. I don't talk about it. A lot on this podcast. Because you know. There're people who are big fans of elon musk's promises and there are people.

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"nine thousand nine percent" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

The Propaganda Report

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"nine thousand nine percent" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

"And the links will be in there. It sounds to me like the. Aclu is the bouncer at a bar and the criteria for letting people in as they let people in that will maximize conflict and dysfunction for the purpose of pushing fave favorable policy towards their agenda. Yes i think. That's absolutely true. And i think there's two other things one one is just a weird stat. This says that from that one hundred and eighty one thousand meyers traveling as families and seventy nine thousand unaccompanied. Children were costs crossing the border illegally. Since october and that that is three hundred nine thousand nine percent higher than in the previous year so october. Twenty twenty when trump was still president some today versus october two thousand nineteen to may twenty twenty that it's three hundred nineteen percent higher than it was then and then was mostly a non-co vid i guess it's just i would like to see it. Broken down to like since biden took office. You know what. I mean january versus january to may. Because it's just too mixed up there. I don't understand why they're telling me the staff at in any case clearly. They're telling us that the numbers are up. They want us to think it's biden. I'm not so sure. And then i have one more thing that stat stats like that or so easy to manipulate. If they want to get that stat then they just send the message down to the aclu or whoever we need the stat to be up three hundred or so percent by this date and then they'll let people enter. They'll they'll look the other way. Do whatever they need to do to get that staff way. Time trusted them. I totally agree with you there. Although ignoring the story for the longest time as people might notice. But i think that they are really getting something real. And i'll tell you what i think. Part of it is. I think so. Comma harris went down there when they go down there in person. Where did she go a. She and mexico borders. She didn't go to the border but she went. I i believe she went to a foreign country and met with people. I think she was just in nicaragua. For example or blinken was in nicaragua. People up there at the very very highest levels are doing some travelling down there so when they're doing that they're having conversations they don't want anybody to here and it seems to me that a lot of this stuff is dovetailing with what trump trump had held up this northern triangle el salvador honduras and guatemala from financial aid until they pitch affiliated with our immigration requirements from them..

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"nine thousand nine percent" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"nine thousand nine percent" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Deployment to actually improve cloud-based. Experience is something you know like voice face. That has a weak word like a lot of the the phone and other sort of voice. Assistance that we use around us. I won't say the the okay. G wake word in case it sets off a bunch of my devices and possibly people listening to this that is actually running locally on your device so that devices don't have to be sending like nine thousand nine percent silence over to the service or one thousand nine hundred seventy relevant speech over to the servers to deal with so that they can actually do the initial trigger learning locally owned device and there are also a bunch of cases where especially in the micro controller world where you have no guarantee that you actually have network connection at all. There was a great project. That's actually still continuing plant village which they used tense flow light to actually create a application that farmers in the developing world and especially in africa could actually use to diagnose plant diseases for their cassava crops by pointing their phone at the leaves and getting diagnosis of what was wrong with their plan and also getting advice on how they could actually improve. That and in a lot of these places just is no connectivity. If you out in the fields in of all of africa you may well not have a cell connection and even if you do it may be very expensive. You may want to not run down your battery so having something that is actually able to come. Independent of the cloud is also a really important reason to have something that's deployed on the edge and also you know it's it can be helpful to you. Know keep can be nice. If you don't need to send data to the cloud to just keep it local you know that's always Helpful ex.

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"nine thousand nine percent" Discussed on The Marketing Rescue Podcast

The Marketing Rescue Podcast

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"nine thousand nine percent" Discussed on The Marketing Rescue Podcast

"Or you could be the ceo of a patient advocacy group or research advocacy group very different compensation levels but also drive a lot of impact in the space. And i agree with you. I think there's a case to be made for a nonprofit or foundation to pay executives what they could make elsewhere to track the top town and right so is that just a circumstance here. Well that's a good question. So as the appalachian news organization reports. Susan g komen twenty ten to twenty eleven financial report reveals that susan g komen only devotes twenty point nine percent of the donations. It receives to actually researching breast cancer. Yeah because a bit you a lot of people and we'll talk more about this in a minute. I think a lot of people that donate to them onto where according to komen's twenty seventeen twenty eight hundred financial report. Those asian spain's only sixteen point three two nine thousand nine percent of the annual budget on research and in comparison the breast cancer research foundation devotes ninety percents of its budgets to research employee salaries and actual research donations aside the race that they funding goes towards that ministry of costs. That's the line item of raising awareness. Now that's fine if they want to raise the awareness of the disease days. There's nothing wrong with us. Voting money to advising the susan g komen brand and merchandising. This shouldn't be anything wrong with that. But there's a problem here and that's the positioning. This might make you angry or you might think that. Hang on a minute. This doesn't sound right. But the susan g komen foundation as a charity geared towards raising of this disease. How much should they allocated towards raising awareness that would make sense but even their own websites they mission. The sites quotes is to save lives by meeting the critical needs communities and investing in the breakthrough research to prevent and cure brace cancer. That's where this disconnect rights with what they're saying and what they are financially operating the company. They said a little bit of a disconnect over there. And that's what i want to talk about more. Yeah so. I think a lot of people would see that as misleading. Clearly as we've seen through the research on this episode that a lot of people felt that way people who have donated people who've participated in the races have felt that way and again. You're right that all of these objectives raising awareness. That's all good. And it's impossible to say that susan g komen has raised the level of awareness of breast cancer. Right they absolutely have when you think of a breast cancer race or a walkathon or in general supporting patients.

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"nine thousand nine percent" Discussed on ActionPacked

ActionPacked

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"nine thousand nine percent" Discussed on ActionPacked

"We use the same breed of dog with the goal of seeing how long it would take us to reach the poll on the closer we get aries. I'm the stronger. Argument would be to basic phrase that this guy was the guy who discovered the north pole. The first guy ever to get that and against all odds we managed to do it. We beat his time by some four and a half hour at thirty six days. Twenty two hours was on time and it hasn't been beaten since i think it will because i mean i'd love it to be broken because i mean is that still deficient is on the ought to cushion to ski across but it is melting so quickly now that i fair as though even you know even in the depths of the arctic winter. I think there's just too much open water now to make the revival crossing of greenland we did dow record was seventeen days and we we had some some pretty fast winds. We managed to cross it in nine days and that record still out at to be to be broken. I'm sure i'm sure it will do a before too long going back to months nearing you've gone up. Eagles will ski dance. Mentioned some amazing mountains to one of the great joys in life for me is ski touring. I love pudding skins on the corner. The huskies and just going off away from the peace away from the left whether about sending out whether that's a volcano in chile whether that's in the new zealand southern outsing just being able to get away from it. All is a real frail back in two thousand and six are took my skis to the himalayas because at the time my brett had skied down an eight thousand meter. Peak so teamed up with a friend of mine kenton cool. One of his country's greatest mountaineers having climbed everest multiple times now and he was a keen scare. I was based in verbier. He was based just over the border and chamonix and yeah we set off to the himalayas together with the intensive skiing down amount to show you which is eight thousand. Two hundred meters Break close to everest to wrong. A tobacco nepalese board other class mountain in the world and the idea was to make the first british descent of eight thousand meter page. Unfortunately for me about six and a half thousand meters is up as a result of the altitude. I actually got a hemorrhage any and both my eyes and i completely lost my eyesight thankfully temporarily. It's nine thousand. Nine percent of it eventually came back. But you know the time. It was pretty frightening. Because i could not really say and the option of carrying on up and skating office eight thousand meter mountain. He mounts before my wedding day..

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"nine thousand nine percent" Discussed on CritterCast

CritterCast

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"nine thousand nine percent" Discussed on CritterCast

"Yup and they're they will surface to breathe while while swimming. I really three or four minutes. That's pretty extensive. Yeah they can remain submerged up to fifteen minutes like if they have if they have to but in general just day to day. They're like yeah yep. They seem pretty blase about everything and there's so blase same girl same rights it. I know i am amenity yeah but i think you am. I think i am guy. Is you amway u._m. And what you am is a mandatory. Don't make fun negate all right. Let's get a a little sadder and talk about conservation status but not too sad. Are you sure because you referenced that already. We lost several species and that seems pretty sad. Yes but we we know better now. Okay okay we well. I mean manatees acute and their meat so people it is working you you save manatees yes. It's it's been a pretty successful campaign good. I'm glad yeah. I mean like we can't get caulk. I mean i adopted amendments he in third grade they're you. What did you save me. What year was that in third grade <hes>. How old are you supposed to be in third grade nine eight nine nine probably like two thousand three two thousand four damn. You didn't save the mandate is i'm sorry oh yeah so rude should have worked harder wow so they are in decline. Their numbers are in decline. They're vulnerable because they're usually ensure or near shore waters right where we're dumping. Thanks yup absolutely where we fish <hes> where net fishing happen yeah and that's a huge problem for them is getting tangled. Nets motorboats votes <hes> because if you in florida yep they know the boats everywhere obsolete was the big focus when i adopted my manatee like that's what we really learned about with mostly mostly the motorboats and how much damage it can do them. It's the big one according to florida today at three hundred sixty one afford as manatees died in two thousand fourteen an out of those three hundred sixty nine thousand nine percent came from exclusively water cast votes. Yeah yep not rowboats motorboats provokes motorboats yeah really have to be pretty hard core and channel which hopefully you're not forbid yeah they. They were also hunted for their hides. Their oil their bones they were affected. They are affected by red tides <hes> and they become. Tom entangled in fishing nets but the good news is that in two thousand sixteen in two thousand seventeen <hes> the u._s. government and decided that due to better protection that have been put in place but our laws significant improvements in manatees populations in habitats in the u._s. Specifically right and reductions to direct threats the u._s. Fish and wildlife service announced that the american manatee was going to be downlisted from endangered threatened status under the endangered species act well. That's good yeah. That's good yeah could be better. I mean it doesn't mean that we have to like totally forget about the manatees. You'll save the man that he's right but i mean we should. We should never forget. I mean 'cause a lot of the times like big issues that we're having is like us polluting and it's not just the manatees. We're trying to save. Don't pollute right right. Palu whole dodge rogue gardens accountable accountable garbage in the ocean. No pick up your trash. When you go to the garbage like and protests make more. I never understood like i know i'm bad about some things you know like i. We just disappear when you throw it in the ocean. I've never i would never do that exactly understand exactly i most of the time it's people believing their trash on the beach and eventually made it to the water right like i.

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"nine thousand nine percent" Discussed on The Side Hustle Show

The Side Hustle Show

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"nine thousand nine percent" Discussed on The Side Hustle Show

"Appreciate you joining me again. Tool tester dot net if you check out the home base on that page you'll find links is to all the different tool tester kind of sub brands website tool test or email tool tester dot com a couple that we talked about in today's episode. Go check out how those are set up and structured for affiliate sites done right and let's sing up with your number one tip for side-hustle nation my number one tip actually is your number one or is your tip because a few episodes ago I listened to how to use your unfair advantage. Pitch at a really really liked that show because I think every body of US each of us has their own particular unfair advantage that nobody else has for example mine I would I would say that I speak German I and English and Spanish also so I can run this international empire quote unquote of websites and also had the experience in email marketing and I I think every one of us really has an unfair advantage and if you don't have one yet then just get a job and working in a job is going to give you insights that nine thousand nine percent of the population don't have so you have basically find your unfair advantage and use it to the to the fullest really really doubled down on it appreciate you sharing that user unfair advantage like you've combined the multi-lingual skills plus this experience in email marketing marketing to build.

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Fungus Engineered To Contain Spider Venom Kills Malaria-Carrying Mosquitoes

Monocle 24: The Briefing

00:24 sec | 3 years ago

Fungus Engineered To Contain Spider Venom Kills Malaria-Carrying Mosquitoes

"Researchers from the university of Maryland. And from Burkina Faso's institute for research, and health sciences may have struck a major blow against malaria. A trial of genetically modified fungus has killed nine thousand nine percent of malaria carrying mosquitoes in one area of mcanuff also in a matter of weeks. The fungus, which naturally infects mosquitoes has been souped up with venom from the strain funnel web spider.

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"nine thousand nine percent" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"nine thousand nine percent" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"News with Jonathan izod Mexico has criticized President Trump's decision to impose tariffs on all goods from June the tenth. I'm Thursday, Mr. Trump announced that a tariff of five percent would be imposed until Mexico took action to stop migrants entering the United States. But Mexico's president Andress Manuel lump adore said social problems could not be resolved through taxes, the Philippines. Armies has a Dutch man kidnapped by radical Islamist in two thousand twelve has been killed during an account with military forces hone his central being shot by his guards when he tried to escape during the firefight the United Nations special reporter on torture is asked Britain, not to extradite, the WikiLeaks, founder, Julian Assange to the United States when he's wanted on charges related to publishing US government secrets professor, Neal's Meltzer said Mr Assange would not receive a fair trial, there after years of being subjected to what he called psychological torture. Scientists looking for new ways to fight malaria, say they've developed genetically modified fungus kills the mosquitoes spreading the disease trials. It's released mosquito populations by more than nine thousand nine percent. Iran has rejected what he called baseless accusations made an emergency. Arab summit has stood by Saudi Arabia. King Salman had called on the international community to stop Tehran. He called interference in other countries of fans sixty nine shipping containers of rotting waste of the journey from the Philippines. Back to Canada. The Philippines is returning household waste including soiled nappies, which was wrongly labelled as recyclable and sent to the Philippines in two thousand fourteen president Rodrigo has accused onto a treating his country like trash North Korea has confirmed, an outbreak African swine fever on its northern region bordering, China, the animal diseases, Honey contagious, and fatal in pigs. Although it does not affect humans South Korean officials that seventy percent of the pigs at one North Korea. Farm had died. The BBC news. And welcome to business daily from the BBC. I'm Vivian coming up getting people back into work after that spent time in jail is an many society shed, but how do we do we talk about the positives? So even if people imprison people in prison still developed transferable skills, whilst in prison that apply to work. So it's the way often we tell the story from confinement to comfy. We hired him lychee today was released on with us for about five months. And, you know, a delivery driver for another big coffee company. That's all in business. Daily from the BBC. In prisons.

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"nine thousand nine percent" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

10:40 min | 3 years ago

"nine thousand nine percent" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And you said the pitch was basically your escape. It was the place where you can be free from all the troubles in your life. You no longer have that. And it seems to me football was your addiction to a certain extent weaning yourself away from playing must have been incredibly hard drink to be honest with you, you know, you've been Paul my life in five years old. You know, what you might that? I've hacked all she's it's my life. You know? And if I don't get drinking dreams today a few football dreams come still running across the grieving process any loss. I think any icon seventeen years ago. I did choose to retire which is very rare in going people go on maybe too long. Do you have to say to yourself as a football? I need to come to terms with the fact that the best years of my life, the biggest buzzes, the most adrenaline the most glorious excitement I am ever going to have between the ages of eighteen and thirty three and I will never live that best life. Again. Do you have to say that to you? So go acceptance with that today, but I the average careers every five six years figures. So it's not the eighteen to twenty nine thousand nine percent joepat Twenty-one every boy that scientist sixteen ninety percent of APO clubs nine thousand nine. Now. It's going up drop out the system by twenty one shoot full hour and the some of never have careers. I I was lucky enough that I did everything that I wanted to do six years so two doubles when I was so it was easy to gain physically emotionally, mentally. I'm I get all that. I would love to play football. You know, the physical emotional mental pass that you get from playing that. I'm never gonna get again. Thank you for reminding seventeen years. This is all talk, and I've got into these areas of the haunt for you because you post football, you went into management seems to me you decided that football could still give you some of that buzz, and you tried to manage in the UK with wiccan with Portsmouth. You went to Azerbaijani China. You went all over the world looking for that management success. But it never really manager. Obviously, it was only manager, sir. What I was doing in Las insane. Which traveling was having experienced work in seven different countries in the seventeen years and in all different departments of the football industry star rates as vice president of the Chinese company. And I was just having experiences out there to find what I was like him. What did like what the coach in managing all the different jobs that go into football. And and some of them went. Yeah. That you know. Emotion men. Never get like you said, I'll never get physical buzz alongside it never get onto the green turf again, but coaching managing does get you coaching in particular gets you a little bit closer to the grass which are quite like. But what about sorry to interrupt? But it's just I was struck in the book by your honesty in describing how they you were in China long way away from family, which means so much to you. And you you had a breakdown and this is only two or three years ago. You solved this is quoting from the book solved like a baby. I was MS set by panic attacks bout of depression. I'd never had it like this before it came as a huge overwhelming shock. It was terrifying. And I was paralyzed. It was and after nineteen years without a drink and emotionally, mentally you said, you know, I'm lucky enough to the good life today. I thought it'd be dead at thirty. So this is all about is to me. But I'm sitting there in of the world of such fan placement peaceful. Head. Love how wonderful family beautiful, whatever think, and I was sitting there and the the fun of life had gone out actually either stretch with my stance. Cutlass stents put in one of my minorities was sorry. My minority was ninety nine percent closed. I came this close to death without dying and that trauma. Fron in the life of me, and it came out about two years after when I was sitting in China is kind of no more, but because of the stress P T, S, whatever you call it post traumatic stress disorder because of the whole thing. Two years later, I'm kind of thinking there. I don't wanna do such a great life today. And it put the fear of God into me. Let me ask you because you are more reflective. I think than many football is choose to be not just about the game with about life. I just want to ask you about the state of your sport today. There are several things one is the the extreme amount of money that is in football today, particularly in the UK game because of the strength of Premier League. I think they've got a TV deal with over nine billion pounds. You never had an agent players today. They're running up to three or four hundred thousand pounds a week and the agents involved in their transfers of pulling in tens of millions. For each move is money in your view, the different scale of money corroding football. Well, the full richest men in football or agent. So that says a lot about the game fifty percent of footballers within three years of retirement still going skin, even though the amount of money and fifty percent of them. Get divorced. I think the gambling and want to get into that. 'cause we said earlier about the change their drug of choice and lot of them. The thirty six gambling companies attached to the ninety two club gambling, Spicer, beware. And. That because there's money around. I think they've targeted footballers. You get percentages. If you get more kids on board mentors. We've talked about toxic masculinity. And you've talked about the dressing room codes. Where speaking from the heart was actually, a very difficult thing to do and showing vulnerability, and let me ask you, just very simple, but complex question in football. Did you ever play alongside gay footballers? I think so I think there's a couple I didn't really see him peop- my my colleagues plaque or why or or what country they came from. I saw footballers, and I'm sure is has never been football who felt able to come out while still playing professional football at a top level in England. I mean, how how I think we're close to you. I think I hope so I think society's changed. Zillow tissues coming out there. I think we are think we're more acceptable. And it's happened in other sports and football little bit slower to to to go in this respect. And I think I think we're very close one other issue, which is very topical in the professional game today, which is racism and the degree to which black players for the first time are really rather than the keeping their heads down and bearing the abuse that comes from the terraces they're saying, we cannot and will not accept this anymore. And after that international where the English players were in Montenegro. There was a real debate about whether players frankly for their own mental health as much else should walked off the field, accept this sort of abuse. What's your feeling about difficult? You know, it's it's really going back to when I played when I first started. It was horrific. You know, the bananas honest used to cut carrots me regular. There's you. You was known as the donkey and stuff, and you're okay. Right. Who is a black player for arsenal? I mean, he had terrible abuse. And so many black players in that era. They had the abuse. But they just were programmed in a way to ignore it. Because there was nothing. They could do things are changing reflection of society for Bhutan Stein side side of it. And I think they they mirror, and I think we're tackling the insularity which got its elements and individuals at times that are not covered themselves in glory. But in the same in football. So I think it's a reflection off, and listen, I don't condone any and we need it. I think it's up to the association even like the gambling and stuff it's going to fall back to the F. I the governing body and then probably governmental to actually step in in these situations. This the players are the position to read the actually after might those decision. Well, I understand what you're saying is not really a decision for players, but just put it this way if you captain today and you playing in a big game and your black teammates were being abused from the terrorists. It was completely obvious into you. And acceptable would you as captain say we're getting off this field shut that was a necessary thing to do. See it happened in a game. And no one stood up. You know, and it kind of kept tumbling. And it's not until, you know, take take a line with it and say this is this is not on. You know, you need to do things that something is wrong here until you can get there. Then I don't think you can change the situation final fall because we're out of time. But we've talked a lot about the state football today. And we also talked about the way you had to navigate through a an immensely so of pressurized existence as an elite footballer you've got some of your own after everything we've discussed would you say to your boys. If they've got the talent they should go for it. They should try to become professional football is fantastic. You know, I twenty two unbelievable. Yes. I would never ever discourage anybody, but the facts the reality is very very. Hard because he education years for professional footballer the Siamese education in life, and we are taking steps to kind of make these plies malware with their some feedings read I'll turn it on its head. Really if the food's we're talking about it today issues that you've brought up today about racism and guy an addiction, and all this stuff is actually out there people were actually talking about you know, it was all shift under the carpet in professional football. It's all shoved under copy. It never got spoken about it. So we get some awareness around some fantastic, the president and the FAA prince William's token about it now and people are starting to take action and gambling needs to come at football and people need to speak about these issues. It's fantastic that we all now Tony Adams. It's been a pleasure. Having you on HARDtalk? Thank you very much. Indeed. Distribution of the BBC World Service.

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"nine thousand nine percent" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"nine thousand nine percent" Discussed on Get Up!

"On ESPN, plus. I can't get enough of that stop by the way gob when he's using play action. He's a superstar. And when he does he's just a guy. It's that simple. This postings in Gaza. Completion percentage nine thousand nine percent better on play action with a QBR twenty-seven percent better on those plays. And so let's take it to the table here with Damien Woody. And that obviously is the key. They need to get the running game going, and obviously they've run the ball very effectively in this postseason particularly against Dallas. If they don't have the running game going, do you have confidence that Goth will be able to find a way to beat the patriots? He's going to have a tough time. I think because you take one thing that I do. Well, is it like to take away the things that you do will? They take away to play action pass look for that patient, particularly on the back end of that. Which is their stream to get out to Jerry golfing in half to force him to throw in some really tight window. Aren't you sit there one minute we're gonna get back to you? But I want to go to Atlanta 'cause I'm book McFarland is up and ready to go and booger. The patriots have to deal with this Rams off. And they were able to beat the chiefs. And I know that you saw one strategy that the patriots used in their passing game that you think could be a big deal for them on Sunday. Yeah. We'll bring the patriots always take away. Everybody says they take away what you do best. And for me. It always starts with how they handle your key weapon. You take a look at Kelsey. And tyreek hill they were very physical with Travis Kelsey, and they put a safety over the top of Tyree peo- making sure that he could beat them deep allowing the pass rush to get there again Travis Kelsey physical at the line of scrimmage safety over the top tar heel. I think we're gonna see some very similar things against the Rams. But I think you're gonna see Stefan Gilmore own robber would saying, okay. Our best corner own him man to man. And then I think they're going to double team Brandin cooks. They're gonna make somebody other ancillary weapons beat them. They're not gonna Lau woods in cooks. The dominate this game lugging now, we're not letting you out of here without nailing you down on this one who wins the Super Bowl. I think you have to very evenly matched teams. I think the team that ruins the football. The best is going to win. We haven't heard from Todd Gurley. A long time. I think one of the best players in the league. The last couple of years is gonna show up. He and C J Anderson going to run the football. I like the Rams twenty seven twenty four. I think they're physicality that offensive line is gonna show up against this defensive front, and they'll be able to control the game. I'm taking the ram over the patriots Bill macfarland batting against Grady and Bill borger. Thank you so much wonderful week that we've had with you down there. We'll see you next week. Thanks very much. Enjoy the weekend as we go into the Super Bowl and stick it back to the table here as we have a moment with Damien Woody that we can go through some of the breakdowns in this game. Which is something that we frequently liked to do we will go through some of the individual areas. The game is played offense defense coaching, and then intangibles and just say who has the advantage very simply running the hurry up on offense which team has the edge patriots or ran along with the pain. Tricks. I think the patriots have been running the football better than any better than the Rams and the postseason, and how are you going to bet against Tom Brady when it comes to the Super Bowl experience? Let's keep running the hurry up which has the advantage on defense. I'm going with the Rams healing. You got a force like like Aaron Donald mill that can provide the pressure directly in the life of the quarterback that is a huge advantage for any defense. So the Rams definitely have the advantage..

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"nine thousand nine percent" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"nine thousand nine percent" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Prior to five are zone to ride with six times five minute via to maximum levels included within it says like hard, right? I tend to have a decent bowl of porridge with berries an egg for breakfast. For such risers comes around six hundred calories. Never too. Sure, how fuel rights are largely low intensity. And thus lure energy demand. Went on the road at typically consumer fifty grams of carbs per hour. I'm sixty one kilograms and train predominant for mountainous, endurance rides. Can you please? Let me know if this will make the cut to be answered and if so in which happens listen to nine thousand nine percent of the content, but don't want to miss it. Ninety nine percent isn't good enough is a gem you're gonna you know, Jane sounds like James messing sounds like a serious serious serious climbers. Well, but it's well Jimmy's in this episode over to ban side. Question, jen. So with the nation and mixed intensities of the ride Brett Fisher contain a balance of both carbohydrate and protein. It does sound like hitting those two nutrients with the current breakfast for maybe being a little too carbohydrate dominant for this own intensive take at suggest slightly decrease in the carbohydrate serving and increase the protein Irving. So a small of all of porridge, and adequate electrics and not way you still providing the carbohydrates for energy production, but the higher protein is going to support moso remodeling and promote training -tations that are related to aerobic metabolism. If making that change the breakfast K to maintain current carbohydrate intake while out on the bike that's going to support performance across the nation. But also ensure that you have high quality output in those fail to max intervals Bannon. Thanks to Jim for your question. Keep them coming contact the cycling podcast come or leave voice mammal on the number which you'll find on our Twitter bioch- now..

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"nine thousand nine percent" Discussed on The Pitch

The Pitch

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"nine thousand nine percent" Discussed on The Pitch

"Kiosk dot com. You're only working with them right now. Because the biggest one of the biggest one we want to go to market with. Now, we have a great relationship. And it's a great case study if we're working with the number one in the country who else is going to know, what is their market share their number one their number one manufacturer in the kind of would've sat represent fifty. I don't have the number often is is is is this business predicated on one deal with that one dot com. I think that could be a really good thing. Where like if you've walked up kiosks dot com and they've got ninety percent, Mark. She great you say if they've got five percent market share. And it's completely fragmented market. You're going to have to do a bunch of these deals. You know, I don't know the number by heart. You know, this question how much of the market kiosks dot com owns is actually really material to don's pitch because she's creating software that kiosk dot com is selling it's vending machines if they own ninety percent of the market that means dawn can reach a ton of customers. But if it's just a small sliver of a fragmented market, this partnership doesn't mean much. And how do you charge for this? So we consider each vending machine to own store because it is in. So we charge it each base price is two hundred dollars per machine per month. We're also working to integrate with companies like shop affi-. So that we can actually if you have a vending machine and a website, you can truly Omni channel manager, inventory, your messaging, your CRM altogether. My biggest question here is I think this only works if it generates value for the rate for the brand like for the end retail definitely the end of the day like that. That is you're not paying you directly. That is the cost of four. It's all about the retail. It's all about the brand the about About the the retelling. retelling go. So if so let's start there, which is what percent of sales like do these brands sell through the channel. And where I'm going with that is, you know, e commerce analytics and physical retail analytics valuable because that's nine thousand nine percent of their sales. Our I think about the ninety s so what so what does that look like today for this channel and our retailers kind of fine with not knowing that much about these channel which just because it's so material. Now, they're not fine. That's why we don't see as many machines in the United States selling physical products as we do in other countries like China in Japan today, there's one machine for twenty every Twenty-three people selling a product, I get that. But just to get the what you need to believe story. And and I get this kind of an independent traded channel that just today if you take that shoe brand, right? Like what percent of their sales are done through the channel today not a lot because they don't have enough data to scale that business. So like one percent five. Sent point one percent. I honestly don't know that I did to just to just to clear, I totally get I get the value. I think it makes all the sense in the world. My my hypothesis is there are a ton of retailers and brands that derive more than one percent of their revenue via this channel today. Jeff just today. And so if that's true, then I don't think that if I don't think that if penetration just kind of stayed the same that there'd be business he became famous gone thirty percents. So so that's the bet. So the baddie is what we're betting on the fact that you know, this channel will be five ten twenty percent of these retailers and brands sales in five ten fifteen years from betting on the fact that the ten billion dollar pop industry is going to contain a girl. Okay. I do think that the customer is like you've always got to customers say one the the manufacturing. Secondly, the end brands, and I do think I think if the end brands and retailers is the most obviously the most important part of this whole story because they're the ones that are ultimately going to determine your success. And so I still get caught up is I just don't know how important this channel is to them..

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"nine thousand nine percent" Discussed on The Pitch

The Pitch

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"nine thousand nine percent" Discussed on The Pitch

"Kiosk dot com. You're only working with them right now. Because the biggest one of the biggest one we want to go to market with. Now, we have a great relationship. And it's a great case study if we're working with the number one in the country who else is going to know, what is their market share their number one their number one manufacturer in the kind of would've sat represent fifty. I don't have the number often is is is is this business predicated on one deal with that one dot com. I think that could be a really good thing. Where like if you've walked up kiosks dot com and they've got ninety percent, Mark. She great you say if they've got five percent market share. And it's completely fragmented market. You're going to have to do a bunch of these deals. You know, I don't know the number by heart. You know, this question how much of the market kiosks dot com owns is actually really material to don's pitch because she's creating software that kiosk dot com is selling it's vending machines if they own ninety percent of the market that means dawn can reach a ton of customers. But if it's just a small sliver of a fragmented market, this partnership doesn't mean much. And how do you charge for this? So we consider each vending machine to own store because it is in. So we charge it each base price is two hundred dollars per machine per month. We're also working to integrate with companies like shop affi-. So that we can actually if you have a vending machine and a website, you can truly Omni channel manager, inventory, your messaging, your CRM altogether. My biggest question here is I think this only works if it generates value for the rate for the brand like for the end retail definitely the end of the day like that. That is you're not paying you directly. That is the cost of four. It's all about the retail. It's all about the brand the about About the the retelling. retelling go. So if so let's start there, which is what percent of sales like do these brands sell through the channel. And where I'm going with that is, you know, e commerce analytics and physical retail analytics valuable because that's nine thousand nine percent of their sales. Our I think about the ninety s so what so what does that look like today for this channel and our retailers kind of fine with not knowing that much about these channel which just because it's so material. Now, they're not fine. That's why we don't see as many machines in the United States selling physical products as we do in other countries like China in Japan today, there's one machine for twenty every Twenty-three people selling a product, I get that. But just to get the what you need to believe story. And and I get this kind of an independent traded channel that just today if you take that shoe brand, right? Like what percent of their sales are done through the channel today not a lot because they don't have enough data to scale that business. So like one percent five. Sent point one percent. I honestly don't know that I did to just to just to clear, I totally get I get the value. I think it makes all the sense in the world. My my hypothesis is there are a ton of retailers and brands that derive more than one percent of their revenue via this channel today. Jeff just today. And so if that's true, then I don't think that if I don't think that if penetration just kind of stayed the same that there'd be business he became famous gone thirty percents. So so that's the bet. So the baddie is what we're betting on the fact that you know, this channel will be five ten twenty percent of these retailers and brands sales in five ten fifteen years from betting on the fact that the ten billion dollar pop industry is going to contain a girl. Okay. I do think that the customer is like you've always got to customers say one the the manufacturing. Secondly, the end brands, and I do think I think if the end brands and retailers is the most obviously the most important part of this whole story because they're the ones that are ultimately going to determine your success. And so I still get caught up is I just don't know how important this channel is to them..

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"nine thousand nine percent" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"nine thousand nine percent" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Bell doesn't have that slightly cliche fighting spirit thing that applies. Have by anything you right to focus purely and bail, isn't isn't fair that said in true, he's not the only person who causes having the finger pointed. I'm a lot has been said in particular about mall sellers performances this year been doubts as well about who the third strike should be the moment is Lucas and Benza mar and Gareth bio, but it's been all talk about whether it's kosher being there and a huge by about what his role in this team should be about well, Marcus sensors role in this team should be. So while I think some of the folks on Bally's unfair. I also think it's worth pointing out that it's not only him having people people pointing the finger. It's a lot of injuries. It's almost a year three hundred twenty three days. I think is in total since join ram. As much as I agree. It's unfair. You also have to remember that guy Bill position between between him and his agendas representation positioned himself as as the air parenthood Cristiano Renaldo coming back going years bags or seen he'd prefer to play through the middle know that he has opportunity to to wear that that Rinaldo shoot as it were to see the team playing this poorly. Of course, he's good to be focused. But let's remember a time to see Real Madrid crawl rather ridiculously will bling Renaldo as well. So to see them on Bill this. Not really all that surprise nine thousand nine percent players. Maybe even more don't want to be. The one who throw the through a wobbly and not bald. But mo- most players will try and play some we'll play a little bit more through the pain. Sometimes you can't you can't do a muscular energy. But the one thing that keeps popping up as Rinaldo felling of Renaldo this two guys played in Spain Rinaldo Massey over the last decade. So that nobody on the planet can fill the boots off and probably never will again. Maybe the player will pop up on the season and get somewhere close to fifty goals. But nobody I mean, nobody I don't care FM, Bobby ORR. Neymar enemy. None of them will go a decade with starts. These two have have. It's just incredible. But having. Just give pause Bill posh. Nobody wants to be in these to every time a switch my phone on seen again today. Former Real Madrid player smashes Bill seems to be a theme where it hasn't helped himself to coincide with the Champions League. Final. Don't hell. No. What was it Coleman's coming out and saying start next season? I'm going to be looking to move elsewhere. You know, if you say normal is it after winning the Champions League Folino to own about you to all of a sudden because you've been come off the patriots go else to goes, you actually contribute type of the Champions League final. There was a man's Dylan judge who actually funds him too much child. So maybe it was just a frustration. There criticize players passion. Passionate. It's thinking about yourself for the toll. A player thanking about I'm suing credible. You all the biggest apologised for Gareth bale? Always Gareth apostles. Everything reason I don't quite understand or you don't understand the law guys fantastic player. But he's playing anyone anyone is based I understand that. So we decided to be criticized he gets more than anybody else. The expect him to get fifty goals Roni and Missy of receiving no, but he's not playing will as con, but you run through that Real Madrid team and most of them are in the same boat. Some of them are probably walls, but they don't get it. Like he's getting lispier Frank here. He's been getting Real Madrid. Whether he played will from the minute the door because price tag, and that's just because when things go and will there was a guy called Renaldo usually throw his arms up in the air in the ban the bow and make over. There's also a guy who renowned who's go fifty goals a season. Well, can do then you're talking Bill will look enough at himself. Come on. Let's talk about who could be joining Gareth bio at Madrid said of speculation, of course, lay about Eddin hazard making the move from Stanford bridge to the burn of our especially realistic making the move from Dortmund. What is the latest wasn't Madrid press say?.

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