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"norway austria" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

05:20 min | 2 weeks ago

"norway austria" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"Because norway. They're saying no it's proven we know it they did that's causing the blood clots and you're endanger but who cares about that if you're in the us because we did our own trial. We don't believe them astra. Zeneca has risked reputational damage as a result of the public taking Taking often senior figures are privately dismayed by now. Just funny how way they're this. They're going forward is the point. It's all good. It's only seventy six. We're all good not a problem. Well india halt. The covid vaccine exports that they changed the title. I forgot this now. This is quantity kind of running articles. Eighty one zero update as it goes along so the point is that they are multiple locations have already gone back to using this despite the unknown. I just think that's so incredible. It shows you. These governments have no concern about safety and says despite astrazeneca releasing as revised trial earlier denmark has actually decided to extend the pause. Which i love. Because they're saying maybe it's just part of this you know making it look like they're doing their due diligence. But i like this. They're showing you look. We're not convinced here. I don't care what the us government says that this company says what they're doing. They're concerned on march eleven. Denmark join norway austria italy and iceland to suspend that use the vaccine after reports of blood clots. Of course they put blots i put clot block class the other day and i caught it before i put it out. Originally the rollout of the corona virus jab was paused for fourteen days as a precautionary measure. Danish officials said on march twenty fifth yesterday that this had been extended by three weeks as they concluded their own investigations. Most european countries just simply resume the shot after the us medicine watchdog. Just sad again. Repeated safe and effective what does that even mean in the face of so many unknowns and the fact that it's still being tested and effective only applies to reducing symptoms ministers the most flagrant misrepresentation of all time..

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"norway austria" Discussed on JOHN16AND12.COM

JOHN16AND12.COM

04:14 min | 3 weeks ago

"norway austria" Discussed on JOHN16AND12.COM

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"norway austria" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:27 min | Last month

"norway austria" Discussed on KCRW

"Children in the US live below the official poverty line, and that's bad news for all of us, says Elaine Maag, who studies tax policy at the Urban Institute. So there is fascinating research out there that shows Children and poverty. Their brains are actually not developing at the same pace or in the same ways as Children and well resource households so that Children become disadvantaged for life, which is why so many other wealthy countries already give families a child benefit. Germany, Sweden, France, Canada, Australia, Belgium, Luxembourg, South Korea, Norway, Austria, Mark England and the Netherlands. The economists and public policy experts. I spoke with all say there is a very clear upside toe lifting kids out of poverty, not just for kids, but for the whole country. Kids are healthier, well, like that, in school more likely to attend college less likely to go to prison less likely to be recipients of public assistance. When they're older, more likely to work. We're likely to get married. They're less likely to be engaged in criminal activities, Other long run stuff and they live longer. We know this And all of those things are great for the child, but they're also great for society. That was Hillary Hoynes at the University of California, Berkeley, Pamela Hurd at Georgetown University and Tim's meeting of the University of Wisconsin Madison. In short, says Bradley Hardy at American University. My view is that it's the right thing to do. But also it is sound economic policy. The politics of this big idea have come a long way since the 19 nineties. And the bipartisan push to reform welfare that was supposed to be about fighting child poverty. Instead, heard says it ended up being about parents. Nearly all of the emphasis was just basically on getting poor single mothers back into the workplace. At the time. Republicans and many Democrats believe that help for parents in need should be tied to work, says Hoynes. What was missing, and that entire conversation is the fact that We're talking about assistance for Children. Coins, along with Tim's meeting was also part of a committee charged by Congress in 2015 with studying how to reduce child poverty. In its report, the committee proposed precisely the kind of monthly cash benefit the Democrats and Romney are now pushing. Both plans would blow up something currently known as the child tax credit, Elaine Maag says. Right now, millions of Children live in families that don't earn enough to get the full credit. And so this results in sort of this upside down benefit where the lowest income Children Get the smallest benefit to fix that. Both plans would throw out any income requirements there by reaching the poorest families. Democrats would give $3600 a year for each child under six and $3000 for older kids. Romney's benefit would be even more generous and reach more higher income families. Both plans also embraced the idea of a monthly benefit, says Hardy to help families with unpredictable incomes, But regular costs like rent, food and child care, And so if you have a child allowance like this All of a sudden you have more of above her more of a cushion that can address these concerns. As for differences between the plans, Democrats have proposed expanding several other programs that also serve the poor. While Romney wants to cut some of those same programs to help pay for it all Democrats plan would put the I R s in charge, while Romney's would lean on the Social Security administration. Either way, experts say Congress could cut child poverty by a third. Form or Cory Turner NPR news Songwriter, emcee and founding member of the Fat Boys. Mark Morales has died. Performing as Prince Markie Dee Morale is co founded the trio, along with Darren, the Human Beatbox Robinson and Damon Cool Rock ski Windley discovered at a talent show at Radio City Music Hall. The Brooklyn teenagers called themselves the Disco three. Promoter suggested the fat boys moniker. They brought the art of beatboxing to the masses and morale is brought a bright and witty touch to their lyrics about Peter Parker, known as fighter. Over building the building to treat the three and sometimes late 1984. They were among hip hop's best known mainstream acts. In a 2013 interview on Sirius XM Morale is remembered what it was like headlining the genre's first arena tour, along with Run DMC rerun was standing next to each other, and we're looking at 32,000 seats sold out. We couldn't believe how everyone was there to see us. We just couldn't embrace it like we're really was there and shocked like they really hit it like I'm from Brooklyn. Like from the corner, you know, a rap on the corner. You know the Brooklyn and why they had to see me like this is something new. This is something big, and it was just amazing ride from them after the fat boys disbanded, morale is became a sought after producer and songwriter. Hoping to pen hits for the likes of Marry J. Blige. In the last few years, Prince Markie Dee had been a radio.

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"norway austria" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:28 min | Last month

"norway austria" Discussed on KCRW

"Million Children in the US live below the official poverty line, and that's bad news for all of us, says Elaine Maag, who studies tax policy at the Urban Institute. So there is fascinating research out there that shows Children and poverty. Your brains are actually not developing at the same pace or in the same ways as Children and well resourced households so that Children become disadvantaged for life, which is why so many other wealthy countries already give families a child benefit. Germany, Sweden, France, Canada, Australia, Belgium, Luxembourg, South Korea, Norway, Austria, Mark England and the Netherlands. The economists and public policy experts. I spoke with all say there is a very clear upside toe lifting kids out of poverty. Not just for kids, but for the whole country. Kids are healthier, like finish school more likely to attend college less likely to go to prison less likely to be recipients of public assistance. When they're older, more likely to work. We're likely to get married. They're less likely to be engaged in criminal activities, all this other long run stuff and they live longer. We know this and all of those things are great for the child, but they're also great for society. That was Hillary Hoynes at the University of California, Berkeley. Pamela Hurd at Georgetown University and Tim's meeting of the University of Wisconsin Madison. In short, says Bradley Hardy at American University. My view is that it's the right thing to do. But also it is sound economic policy. The politics of this big idea have come a long way since the 19 nineties. And the bipartisan push to reform welfare that was supposed to be about fighting child poverty. Instead, heard says it ended up being about parents. Nearly all of the emphasis was just basically on getting poor single mothers back into the workplace. At the time. Republicans and many Democrats believe that help for parents in need should be tied to work, says Hoynes. What was missing, and that entire conversation is the fact that We're talking about assistance for Children. Coins, along with Tim's meeting was also part of a committee charged by Congress in 2015 with studying how to reduce child poverty. In its report, the committee proposed precisely the kind of monthly cash benefit the Democrats and Romney are now pushing both plans would blow up something currently known as the child tax credit, Elaine Maag says Right now, millions of Children live in families that don't earn enough to get the full credit. And so this results in sort of this upside down benefit where the lowest income Children get the smallest benefit to fix that Both plans would throw out any income requirements there by reaching the poorest families. Democrats would give $3600 a year for each child under six and $3000 for older kids. Romney's benefit would be even more generous and reach more higher income families. Both plans also embraced the idea of a monthly benefit, says Hardy to help families with unpredictable incomes, But regular costs like rent, food and child care, And so if you have a child allowance like this All of a sudden you have more of above her more of a cushion that can address these concerns. As for differences between the plans, Democrats have proposed expanding several other programs that also serve the poor. While Romney wants to cut some of those same programs to help pay for it all Democrats plan would put the I R s in charge, while Romney's would lean on the Social Security administration. Either way, experts say Congress could cut child poverty by a third. Form or Cory Turner NPR news Songwriter, emcee and founding member of the Fat Boys. Mark Morales has died. Performing as Prince Markie Dee Morale is co founded the trio, along with Darren, the Human Beatbox Robinson and Damon Cool Rock ski Wimbley discovered at a talent show at Radio City Music Hall. The Brooklyn teenagers called themselves the Disco three. Promoter suggested the fat boys moniker. They brought the art of beatboxing to the masses and morale is brought a bright and witty touch to their lyrics about Peter Parker known asked by the man atop a building the building to treat the tree and sometime, maybe late 1984. They were among hip hop's best known mainstream acts. In a 2013 interview on Sirius XM Morale is remembered what it was like headlining the genre's first arena tour, along with Run DMC rerun was standing next to each other, and we're looking at 32,000 seats sold out. We couldn't believe how everyone was there to see us. We just couldn't embrace it like we're really was there and shocked like they really hit it like I'm from Brooklyn. Like from the corner, you know, rap on the corner. You know the Brooklyn and why they're here to see me like this is something new. This is something big, and it was just amazing ride from them after the fat boys disbanded, morale is became a song after producer and songwriter. Hoping to pen hits for the likes of Marry J. Blige. In the last few years, Prince Markie Dee had been a radio.

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"norway austria" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:44 min | Last month

"norway austria" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In the US live below the official poverty line, and that's bad news for all of us, says Elaine Maag, who studies tax policy at the Urban Institute. So there is fascinating research out there that shows Children and poverty. Their brains are actually not developing at the same pace or in the same ways as Children and well resourced households so that Children become disadvantaged for life, which is why so many other wealthy countries already give families a child benefit. Germany, Sweden, France, Canada, Australia, Belgium, Luxembourg, South Korea, Norway, Austria, Mark Inland and the Netherlands. The economists and public policy experts. I spoke with all say there is a very clear upside to lifting kids out of poverty. Not just for kids, but for the whole country. Kids are healthier, well, like the finish school more likely to attend college less likely to go to prison less likely to be recipients of public assistance. When they're older, they're more likely to work. We're likely to get married. They're less likely to be engaged in criminal activities, all this other long run stuff, and they live longer. We know this and all of those things are great for the child, but they're also great for society. That was Hillary Hoynes at the University of California, Berkeley. Pamela Hurd at Georgetown University and Tim's meeting of the University of Wisconsin Madison. In short, says Bradley Hardy at American University. My view is that it's the right thing to do. But also it is sound economic policy. The politics of this big idea have come a long way since the 19 nineties. And the bipartisan push to reform welfare that was supposed to be about fighting child poverty. Instead, heard says it ended up being about parents. Nearly all of the emphasis was just basically on getting poor single mothers back into the workplace. At the time. Republicans and many Democrats believe that help for parents in need should be tied to work, says Hoynes. What was missing, and that entire conversation is the fact that We're talking about assistance for Children. Coins, along with Tim's meeting was also part of a committee charged by Congress in 2015 with studying how to reduce child poverty. In its report, the committee proposed precisely the kind of monthly cash benefit the Democrats and Romney are now pushing. Both plans would blow up something currently known as the child tax credit, Elaine Maag says. Right now, millions of Children live in families that don't earn enough to get the full credit. And so this results in sort of this upside down benefit where the lowest income Children Get the smallest benefit to fix that. Both plans would throw out any income requirements there by reaching the poorest families. Democrats would give $3600 a year for each child under six and $3000 for older kids. Romney's benefit would be even more generous and reach more higher income families. Both plans also embraced the idea of a monthly benefit, says Hardy to help families with unpredictable incomes. But regular costs like rent food and child care, And so if you have a child allowance like this, all of a sudden you have more of a buffer more of a cushion that can address these concerns. As for differences between the plans, Democrats have proposed expanding several other programs that also serve the poor. While Romney wants to cut some of those same programs to help pay for it all Democrats plan would put the I R s in charge, while Romney's would lean on the Social Security administration. Either way, experts say Congress could cut child poverty by a third. Or more. Cory Turner NPR news Songwriter, emcee and founding member of the Fat Boys. Mark Morales has died. Performing as Prince Markie Dee Morale is co founded The trio, along with Darren, the Human Beatbox Robinson and Damon Cool Rock ski Windley have a slight problem discovered at a talent show at Radio City Music Hall. The Brooklyn teenagers called themselves the Disco three. Promoter suggested the fat boys moniker. They brought the art of beatboxing to the masses and morale is brought a bright and witty touch to their lyrics can about Peter Parker known as Fight a man from the building the building to treat the tree and sometime late 1984. They were among hip hop's best known mainstream acts. In a 2013 interview on Sirius XM Morale is remembered what it was like headlining the genre's first arena tour, along with Run DMC rerun was standing next to each other, and we're looking at 32,000 seats sold out. We couldn't believe how everyone was there to see us. We just couldn't embrace it like we're really was there and shocked like they really hit it like I'm from Brooklyn. Like from the corner, you know, rap on the corner. You know the Brooklyn and Why did you to see me like this is something new? This is something big, and it was just amazing ride from them. After the fat boys disbanded, Morales became a sought after producer and songwriter hoping to pen hits for the likes of Mary J. Blige. In the last few years, Prince Markie Dee had been a radio personality in Miami. His death on Thursday sparked an outpouring of remembrances from the hip hop community, including Quest Love, Eminem and Fat Joe. You called him a legend and pioneer so fly and value possible. As of yet no cause of death has been announced. Mark Morale is Prince Markie Dee died yesterday, one day shy of his 53rd birthday. Jesus is just alright, Mama, did you did you write in a far away from this stuff? Americans have a tattoo. But how much do we know about the ink that is used to make those tattoos and what it could do to our bodies? Within the U. S. There really hasn't been a lot of effort placed into understanding what goes into these things. Just ahead. Wine ink Ban in Europe has scientists diving deeper into the safety of tattoos? That story and more just after the break. Stay with us. This is a test of the emergency.

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"norway austria" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

07:28 min | 3 months ago

"norway austria" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"What are you what are you talking about. We know him. I'm all right. Let's do our hot see cool thrown henry. You're on the mike which your beef as old will smith member. You sands the phone like that. You're on the mike. What's your beef. yeah. I'm pretty sure that was running for fresh prince would do that. i think. that was Mankato you mike. Man cow are that a sports babe for i think house running for governor of illinois. His man do you remember sports babe. Babe was the sports talk radio. Show host plot twists record scratch. She's bane and you call in and the first thing she'd say are you'd say to her was the real life thing. Oh it'd be your height and weight and you go. Hey babe first time longtime six to everybody was six two six two one eighty five and then she'd go. Oh yeah great. Great hair on sports talk radio. I'm sure she does your sound wise for age. Pf to it seems like some. That wasn't around like you know you're a kid. Yeah pick out was. I know yeah. I'm eight years. I spent a lot of time on on youtube watching stuff that my dad looks at all. My hot seat is the texans camera crew or one guy in particular o. J. j. watt show watson sharing a heartfelt moment. Jj watt was apologizing to shawn watson. He said i'm sorry. Wasted the season for you and a fucking camera guy caught. It caught it off. The kidding me keeps having this happen i. I can't imagine he's happy about. That's pretty embarrassed about that. Because that's something that you know between teammates and alpha's in the nfl. Yes say that behind closed doors or else. Everyone's going to know. What a great dude. Your home. I'm conflicted on this because we've come a long way with. Jj watt from the jj days. He's all he is. He a nice guy very nice guy. I i actually think that that was genuine. No no no. It was set up for the cameras like he knew the cameras were there. But i actually think like generally does feel bad of how that texans defense was that bad. It was corny but it was cute fucking. Coaching staff is a joke. No it was corny. All lake right. It was exactly how like he planned it to go viral all that shit. I'm saying like as just looking at the facts of how bad the texans defense was. I think apology was in. Order are shawn watson. So i'm looking at this the same way that you could look at britney spears paparazzi pictures from the early two thousands when she was going through and being a party girl enraging so yet there were times that she knew the paparazzi was going to be there and he'd step out of her limo with a nipple hanging out. But there are also instances where just because she was partying so much. She you know. Swing the door open in happening catching up. Skirts shot over landing strip right and so that's kind of what's happening with. Jj where. i'm sure he has said this before. Like it was framed to perfect. of course it was. This looks like joe burrow video on senior night the way they were trailing them out with four k lens. Jj knows is probably jj's personal photography jj like if you if you scouting Chart of jj watt strengths. Like you know unbelievable motor power strength all this stuff also incredible ten out of ten and always knowing where the cameras he awareness. He would admit that but there wasn't apology. In order for john watson. oh well look at big cat now. No protect we call. That's not what i'm sats. How how did you get that. There was an apology order from their defense. That's just their defense. Was that bad. I mean it's tough to. It's tough to win. Four games itself to have the leading. Jason issued. A one eleven. I don't know about that but to have the leading the quarterback who leads the league in passing and win four games. That's tough to do. It is very tough to do. The mccutcheon seattle. Yeah there's talks about adding to nba expansion teams in their heating up looking like things are trending in the right direction. How does to seattle. I don't know but i want to pittsburgh. I want the sonics to very much return. Yes i really want it for our dear friend. Spencer hawes but i also there's like this member when the us didn't make the world cup and it was the funniest moment. Ever it would be very funny. If they added two teams and neither were in seattle. it would also a face value. I don't want to happen. I'm not rooting rooting for the sonics. To come back. They should be the number one team that gets a franchise if they're adding any teams again though if they added to and they're like yeah it's going to be How about this tone. A beach and louisville. Okay i was gonna say louisville in las vegas but we call the las vegas supersonics or they'll do like we know what we're going to add it to vegas but they're going to play three. Preseason games in seattle they treat seattle. The nfl used do the america bowl where they go over to japan on game toronto experiment. Yeah there's like. Yeah yes basically seattle. I just wanna see. I don't have a basketball team. They can bring back to shawn kemp. Rainman shoes those things are the kamikazes. I am a little worried though for spencer because if they do bring back the sonics like does he die. because i think that's all he sees. Yeah that's it for us. The only thing he's looking helton peleton. Yeah washington football and the saturday. Okay that that's my cool thrown. Okay thrones is it's hussy cool throws equal throwing bare minimum minimum goal. You are if it was hot. Seat cool thrones. Hotseat school thrones. How would have multi hots however big mac hotseat world handball. Hotseat so careful. that's right. Watch out don't let the usa get hot. Were returning to the national international stage on january fourteenth the big tournament whatever they call that the world sir. A bunch of countries are getting together and playing each other recess. It's just a shit. Look bends world handball. Championship physical education. Yeah what's block period five and six. Hopefully we can get the presidential award this year so i looked it up. We're in the group of death. I don't know that. But we're playing norway. Austria and france at feels like they're really good the handball growth breath so we open it up against austria. So hot seat. Matthew del dove. Were coming at you buddy and it's going to be. It's going to be tough for us because austria austria and we're gonna be playing on the fourteenth and when you look on google at the schedule as got all the countries flags and then the us just has the generic grace spot there which is how you can tell that would like to create a blur ready to go for team handball. 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"norway austria" Discussed on The 2 Robbies

The 2 Robbies

07:31 min | 11 months ago

"norway austria" Discussed on The 2 Robbies

"Listen to podcasts. Okay so very happy very thrilled to welcome a guest into Costas show an ex team mate of mine yoga fields off the former Norwegian international forty played professionally in Norway Austria Germany, and England at a cup savings may at Middlesbrough now. He covers European football. On ESPN AFC's regular computer to that show here in the US and on other various platforms as well now, yeah, and welcoming to the show. I. WanNa Stop by getting your on what you've seen in the Bundesliga, I'm first of all with the black lives matter movement that we've seen plays in boone is akea protests and Send out messages I guess of support. Just give us your thoughts on. That's affected Bundesliga over the last week or so. Well, thank you Robert thanks for having me on. I I was living from your passes at borough. So that is good. Not many of those. Well well I think that I I would start with that I think that the power of the athletes have been very underestimated because the the athletes haven't been great organized, beaming in lots of matters of how sport is Ron. I think some governing was the most governing bodies being UF AFIFA. And the rest of them have never taken the athletes. Seriously I've been working with with empty dopey masters for the last three years as an advice, the vice president barren I always found that the power of the active should be be even more should be stronger should be organized, and so at like everybody else I welcome. What was done in Germany? I think that we have to when we discussed it. We have to make sure that we make two different. Thanks for what? Did the celebration. The boys who brought it under shirts that is something differently. Because when we analyzed what the German fa did I mean, you can celebrate whatever you however you want. But I think that when the when the German the FAA, it just shows show them that they understood they could have done as a Lotta governing bodies had done over the say well, it's not allowed. We will find some rules and being suspend them or give them some fines, but I think that. The picture shows did the video you see? No from America is I mean that is made reaction of all all the world and so I. I'm very proud of this force. People have dumbness I'm very proud that as a full of play in and see that they use the power as they do and on. We talked about also the teams did it as well and I think it was a fan. Fair point also. Why didn't white play as do I think that was fad. We discussed that I. Mean we we? We are an open. We should be an oprah. We should be like in dressing room where we never thought of colors or which God view trade to. An nationality so I'm very proud of the athletes did that and I'm very proud that the teams did as well that they didn't like the whole team. On and then that the German Essay said we'RE NOT GONNA, punish them I think that that was where it wise of them because I think although they would have found rule, people would attack them big time now the next step will be boys a stat, the governing bodies also when we have terrible scenes that some status of the European Cup or when natural teams are playing when they do, a monkey sounds the booing black plays in different leagues. Leagues they can end up. Give The F. As the National FFA a fee of ten thousand euro. They have to clean the stadium. I'm by second time it shouldn't be allowed to be in the in the in the championship. That is consequences on, but maybe this is. This is the START I hope this is the START I hope is will be a mass movement. I also hope that this weekend in Germany where the football has started, that's. What? We would see some kind of actions again. Many interesting obviously. Out Great playing days with twenty years ago. Also I'm really interested. Because as you've. You've matched to log with the young players you've come on ninety. Jim talked about the markets Rashtriya. John yet lanes. China means young players in England come out and been very welcome. US, up soxil. Just trying to make conscious trying to put myself. -sition twenty years ago when we were playing in the family is less than I'm not sure I would have stood up his Maybe we did not the social media platform be different. Attend to fill. It seems to me like these young players today. A more worldly amore open who WANNA use up. In social media probably more than maybe we did back in the day where I kind of think. Addressed, room Decisi, not usually step out and say, Jim. We'll show on public level. I think think you're right, and I think this is a big discussion, because you you thinking of the new coaches coming up now with a Nagas man or a clock or mcelroy of or the different monitors it's. Date they have to manage different kind of players now now. If a play no say I, don't read the papers. He doesn't read the papers. We could say that we did read the papers, but we were, but we still did. Didn't we you? Everything about it, but I think it's a fair point what you're saying and I think that will that will challenge the clubs that will challenge the coaches. Because you have like you say no, you have your you see their followers. They have a son, show or or Cristiano Renaldo meeting a more following an old TV Johnson world, so imagine that power these people have of course that is a challenge also for the federation, so if I will see the under side I mean. To to support the movement to to support black lives matters down for me. That is values that is human rights I mean is no problem for everybody to go behind behind the stone behind, but we'll see how far these players can take this. I mean so so you can understand that this is not gonna be easy for an agree with you I think that our generations. Our generation. We kind of we were part of our society, too, but still there is another thing Robert I think it needs to mention. I think that the biggest stories I think have come out from view. Say is when. When when when very strong people have talked about there? Being scared in the neighborhood and this was something we learned in the sixties. No, we we go again. That scares me on a human on a human level. I think that. If this could be the case. Maybe this is the case that we could all show the power of the athletes. Because I don't want to involve the Association yet. They can come with some. anti-racism actions and we all DON A in Norway. Give racism the red card and everything, but it doesn't. Well it doesn't take anything of. We don't need to be tough to do that because we do that. With ten other people with Jameson shoot did what it did or candidate what it did the day before..

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"norway austria" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"norway austria" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"You're listening to the briefing with me. Andrew mullet now many people listening to this episode will be a good few weeks into some sort of lock down such novelty as they may have been. The experience has doubtless worn off. Some people however will be anticipating getting out a bit more as some countries including Germany Poland Norway Austria and the Czech Republic Begin. Tentatively easing restrictions. The question of when to end the lockdowns is in many respects. More Difficult Tarantula than the question of when to begin them. Governments will be wary. That lockdowns may prove to be like wolves in rather be in being rather rather easier to stop than stop. But what do the scientists think? Well he is one on joined once again by monocle. Twentyfold Health and science correspondent. Dr Chris Smith Regular listeners will know that Chris spends his busy days working as a virologist at Cambridge University in Chris. First of all. Is it possible at all? I know this might be a bit of A. How long is a piece of string question but possible to quantify what difference the lockdowns have made? We think that they've made us turn the corner. Andrew as in when you model what this was doing certainly in the UK and other countries in terms of the growth of the pandemic and the number of cases it was growing exponentially and quite quickly. We saw the numbers of cases growing level and off and then admissions to hospital leveling off and then the number of people losing their lives leveling offer now beginning to to go down so this is certainly this intervention broken the chain of transmission or at least made it run through trickle rather than down a nice drag strip so it's definitely putting an obstacle in the way of the spread of the virus In terms of how long it's GonNa take for the peak to drop down get out of the foothills and onto level ground again though. We don't know that yet. So that being the case how and what certainty does anybody know? When do I even start lifting? Lockdowns how do you make that judgment? That's the million dollar question or in the case of what the U K economies being hit by billions per week and people really want to this question if I asked lots of times of lots of different people. Both Vala gist mathematicians politicians. I talked to and I get the same answer. We don't know So people are beginning to look at this from another perspective which is rather than what's out trigger point when to institute change the beginning to say. Well what do we think we could do to sort this out and walk? We therefore implement straight away spicer very interesting mathematician in Paris yesterday. And he's come up with very interesting strategy of carving countries up into a series of sales almost like mobile phone network cellular network cells. And thinking about how you call the country up not just arbitrarily doing in a way where you say. Well where are the people? Where do they go to work? We create sales where you don't divorce people from their work of course and these cells are ring-fenced so you have a Green Cell Novartis Activity Red Cell Virus activity so it's backed up by testing in surveillance and the idea is that you don't allow people to move outside their cell unless they have a very good reason to do so and you put in place. I measures in each cell to make go green by the vars control there. And once you've got to adjacent green sells a you merge together and so now people can move freely within that green area. You probably with me now. You can see you. Divide the country as honeycomb and slowly green or red turns to green under these circumstances. And this he says for a country the size of France or population the size of the UK. You'd be looking a five or six months of these sorts of measures in order to get control and have us bank to something resembling what life used to be like. What are we learning so far about public consent to such measures? Because obviously what we've been going through all over the world. These last few weeks has been absolutely without precedent certainly in reactionary. I think it just has been completely without precedent. So we're having to learn as we go along about what people are willing to put up with Have you been surprised in any direction by the cooperation of Publix? We knew that people were certainly very very good at getting behind this in the in the outset. And we know that people when you when you generally throw down the gauntlet in front of the people and say. There's a very good reason to do this. Let's get behind it people. Do I mean Captain told me who said I want to raise a thousand pounds by doing one hundred laps of my care home garden for my one hundredth birthday and threw down the gauntlet internationally and got twenty seven million pounds. He's raised now just goes to show. The people of re good at getting behind. The cause of the compliance was excellent. But when all this began the psychologists said to policymakers members of government there will be a period of time during which compliancy is very good and then people will begin to tire of this. And you won't be able to get them to do it forever. Many people pooh-poohed this idea but we're beginning to see evidence of this. Because if you if you look at the traffic densities own roads. Traffic density is rising again. If you look at the number of people who actually back at work numbers are going back up. People did get behind it to stall with but I think people are beginning to tire. And we're not going to be able to hang onto people's confidence in this forever so is is it possible then or arguable. Might even be a good thing that some of the lockdown restrictions being lifted that. We're seeing in some places at schools or small shops that those there's actually a psychological aspect To those decisions as well as a strictly medical one well one school of thought. If excuse the PUN is the by sending bag schoolkids what you actually do is facilitate a whole heap of spread through that sector of society and since we know the risk that school kids Ingende and given the schoolkids have younger parents on average the risk. Their parents is going to be really low. This is one way of a controlled spread through a sector of society leading to natural acquisition of immunity and resistance to this without actually placing additional risk in in the way of people who in my swamp so some cynics saying well one way to solve this problem. Is You just Let the scores Go back. And this will take care of the immunity and immunization naturally of quite a broad swathe of society. Now that's certainly one approach and other approaches to say we're not going to do anything to have vaccine. Most people agreed that this is impractical and at the opposite end of the scale completely to the vaccine and not doing anything is the we. Just go business as usual now. Most people are comfortable that we can't do that but so something somewhere between the two where we use. What will be probably much richer. Data informed by testing in terms of where immunity is around the country where the viruses circulating in the country and where people are living working commuting where the facility for spread is greatest. If we combine all of this information. I think we probably will end up adopting something like the model. I outlined that the Parisian mathematicians are proposing perhaps not identical but something which enables a degree of normality in some places reinforced by testing and surveillance together with Other signs brought to bear such as issues like vaccination when that eventually materialize. If it does an any drugs we can throw it this as well as continuing to protect the most vulnerable people either by shielding them or by testing the workers who are going to care for them and then only deploy workers to care for the most vulnerable people who know on our immune. Dr Chris Smith thank you as always that was our health and science correspondent. Chris Smith you are listening to the briefing on monocle twenty four this is the briefing and as well understood by now the covert nineteen pandemic is.

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"norway austria" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

10:03 min | 1 year ago

"norway austria" Discussed on Amanpour

"Welcome to the program. Everyone I'm Christiane Amanpour reporting from home in London. The Corona virus pandemic is still surging in Italy. It's going to be extending. Its nationwide lockdown and Britain remains in lockdown even as other European countries including Denmark Norway Austria. Plan to relax some restrictions an open some schools after the Easter break in America the state of New York reports over one hundred sixty thousand cases. That's more than any other country in the world. Meanwhile the world's faithful must reckon with how to observe Easter Passover and Ramadan while all their faith leaders telling them to stay at home and stay away from their churches synagogues mosques and the pandemic poses another major spiritual challenge by disproportionately targeting the poor and the vulnerable all across the world in America. Blacks and Latinos are most vulnerable to infection and most likely to die from the disease. Now the Reverend Dr William Barbara is one of America's leading anti poverty activists and most widely respected spiritual leaders. He is Pasta of GREENLEAF Christian Church in North Carolina and as Co Chair of the poor people's campaign he despairs of the two trillion dollar. Us Emergency Relief Bill. Ever actually protecting the needs of the poor and he's joining me now. Dr Baba Welcome to the program. We're going to get to this disparity and the real dilemma. That you guys face in a moment but first I want to ask you about this religious weekend for so many. It's also week. It's Easter weekend and Easter Week. And soon it'll be Ramadam. How do you tell your congregation? And as far and wide as possible to do the unnatural to stay away from groups and churches and other places of worship. Thank you so much Christiane. You know. It's past the Green Bay Christian church president of repairs at a breach we have combined to ofo virtual services now over the last month and one of the things. We remind people whether it's Islam or Christianity or Judaism. Our first connection is a connection of the spirit of the spirit. And then these holiest holy days. I suppose to have a certain death and spirituality with them that a far deeper than just the buildings and one of the things we are saying to people is we must celebrate now remember in the Jewish Passover. They had the social distance. Everybody had to go into their own homes. But because the backdrop loves a NAS CYSTIC mean-spirited leader who was oppressing the people and the Passover was the counter that in Christianity remember that the crucifixion took place on across not among the people it was on across isolated place and the backdrop was. Jesus had taken on the system of injustice and would crucify because dad to care for the poor data can at least be Ramadan teaches us too fast to remember. Those who don't have and so the holy virtues of these seasons actually a disciplined so that we can challenge the holiness of society as it relates to our retreat. The release of the assault. I think in many ways. This is a powerful moment for fate and four. Religion is a power reflected moment. It is time for us to use every tool. We have available to us through social media to gather anti gabba strength so that these weaken exhibit these holy virtues in a time when his sold need when we see so much public idolatry and self worship and the viruses of greed. In live it. Is these this doing this whole time that we gather for what we're going to need the continued challenge? Prophetically society. I hear exactly what you're saying. And I know that you and other leaders are also saying one can be as spiritual and as preferable as connected even if on this extraordinary occasion. You're not in the actual physical proximity and inside the places of worship. So I wanna ask you what you make of some of these megachurches in the United States. Is You know that still going. I mean one pasta was fine. He was actually arrested for forgiving. A service where hundreds of people gathered in that and correspondent Gary Tuchman recently went to another church in Ohio and saw people crammed in and people coming out just listened to the kind of comment he got and the exchange he had with one of the Christian worshippers who really did not want to obey the. Stay away stay home mandate. I wouldn't be anywhere else. Aren't you concerned you could infect other people get sick inside now people little town? I'm covering Jesus blood. I'm covered Jesus Blah other people who don't go to this church who you might include all of these people go to this journal but you're going to be in place as other picking the grocery store every day. Walmart depot. All six of what happens if you could get me sick. But they're not because I'm covered in his blood. Thank you very much. Wow last go to say to that. Yeah that is really tragic. That kind of this theology of that has been put out by so many pastors and leaders that our top people and and it's coming even from the White House is teaching people to dismiss what revises the first principle is to love your neighbor. And if you love your maybe you're not gonNA put your neighbor at risk. The Bible also teaches us that we're not to tell God there is no. There is no great faith in going into a place. When you know there's a virus pandemic and putting at risk your neighbor and yourself in fact real faith faith would say love one another enough to stay home If you love one enough for number find ways to be community and you know what Kristie in the early church in the home so this worship of temple gathering this worshiper? We have to be in the congress. I've even heard some passes but we can't miss are tied offering it is abusive is A a form of amount practice I believe and it is a niche treatment in a misstatement of re of the allergy. That calls us to love our neighbors as ourselves and so is hurtful to city that into C. Pass to endorse that and put people at risk in for some kind of false understanding of what faith really is. Reverend Baba the two forms of inequality that we can talk about next one is the inequality of information as you know. Many of these pastas are taking their news. Were taking their news. From places that started calling this a hoax wasn't so serious was just a flu etc. So there's that problem then there's the other problem and I know you're very very concerned about this. The governor of New York and many others have called this the great equalizer the great leveler. And it's true this virus attacks anybody but not as you point out. Disproportionately affects how the poor and other minorities can deal with it. Talked about how in fact it is not a level in that regard and we cannot merely call it the great equalizer we must aggregate how it is affecting communities in particular talk about how where people were even before the pandemic. It's one of the reasons that the rookie was campaign is calling for a mass. What PEOPLE'S ASSEMBLY MORROW MARCH ON WASHINGTON? June twenty twenty twenty digitally. The White House and McConnell. Extremists did a disservice when the first two point five trillion dollars that they passed they abandoned one hundred and forty million people who already poor in low wealth sixty two million people who will work for less than a living wage and millions of people did not did not have healthcare and the stimulus bill. The one-two-three Us trees of our tax dollars efforts to be spent for Korea with virtually. No Accountability has actually left out. Many people people like Lola. Who's a woman living in her? Minivan her three children. Who had a part time job? And she's lost all of that. These bills for most part have abandoned low weight. Most low wage workers that give trillion dollars to the corporation. The beal provide no sick leave. No health insurance no guarantee of rent relief they still have to pay the three months moratorium in the fourth month with three months to come do you can. This be did not make it so water could be shut off. It did make it so that there's an expansion of food stamp. There was nothing in there for fifty dollars needed for childcare. The two analyst to protect our democracy. There's nothing in net for undocumented. Workers a majority of homeless people is. Immoral IS EVIL. And it endangers us all because pandemics live and breathe and grow through the fish of and you're a worker. Christiane with no page sickly. You can't afford to take off even if you say you get tested. But you can't afford to go to the doctor in the hospital because of the medical bills if you WANNA get cut off. You can't wash hand. Then we actually extending the reach the.

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"norway austria" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"norway austria" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"You guys got a cover that and he's talking about your mouth this is another look at the some of the international news concerning European countries and and lockdowns on when they're going to start to see in the ease back restrictions there are several European countries beginning to lift lockdown measures Czech Republic is one of them Denmark Norway Austria all announced it plans to relax different coronavirus lockdowns of schools in Denmark or going back on on April fifteenth and they went into lockdown closing schools daycares everything restaurants cafes gyms is early March so they are lead easing the restrictions coming up here next week the whole Han market back open for business so imagine having that job imagine your job is to promote tourism and business back to the Wuhan market what are you doing at the wet market yes yes thanks awful cannot believe that they opened up that early and we talked about this yesterday they had such a rush of people going out to tourist attractions they had to shut it down twenty thousand people shoulder to shoulder breathe in on each other coughing on each other's cities in on each other and you know damn well China lied about their numbers and they were nowhere near completely cured of all that stuff over there but they opened back up and don't be shocked if it happens again starting in that neck of the woods all right here's what we're gonna do right now we're gonna open things up to you local business owners if you own a business that is still open still standing we want to hear from you we got to stick together as a community right now and small business needs our help so we're gonna give you fifteen seconds of free air time right here on the number one drive time show in the state of Indiana on the most powerful signal of the state two three nine ninety three ninety three that's your number two three nine ninety three ninety three make it fifteen seconds because we're trying to get in as many calls as we can and we don't want to be the bad guys to cut anybody off make a request to if there's any mechanics in the downtown area that are operating I need to drop my truck off somewhere get a work done some squeaking going on some breaks and I had had a had a tune up in a while so I'd like to find it's it's there's a mechanic downtown that's the quality inn opened in local I. I would like to hear from somebody just my personal request of you to call.

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"norway austria" Discussed on ExtraTime

ExtraTime

08:24 min | 1 year ago

"norway austria" Discussed on ExtraTime

"All right ten minutes with ola kamara of DC united all i want to be a citizen of the world because i look at your resume norway austria germany norway austria norway columbus LA shinsen now DC man you've been all over you've seen some things yeah i've seen a lot of cultures men so it's it's pretty cool kid that's three years old and those three years he's been on three different incontinence so that's pretty incredible i think so i mean i it's an amazing way honest what do you as a traveller as someone moon who's working in those different environments was the perspective that you try to bring with you because people talk about harvey open mind or trying to tackle a day by day day but three different continents three years i mean it takes a different mindset for when i was young i thought i was right about everything but then SEC different cultures different countries continents as you say then understand the people think it'd be different than you and you're not always right on an for me it's been been cool to to see how people live you know and also but for me to be honest i like the united states it's pretty good here we will dig into that you're wrong about what did you think you're right about that you were wrong about i mean maybe not wrong what did what have you learned what are the lessons that you they reflect on the stigma of these like for example americans are like this or the chad this is how china is for temple so i mean how we european sees the american is not the same as living here and experiencing americans for yourself i don't think i want to know how you seem to be perfectly honest with you maybe we'll dig into that maybe i want to talk about china tell me about the process leading up to you deciding to obviously take your family to china and to take your profession there too i'd did you make that decision i think i think the offer was a very good one it was it was simple and i knew it was the very good city to live in how to a norwegian player that was there already told me great things about it so for me was kind of total package where where it felt right to to go there on after that i mean it didn't sort out be the the best best transfer but i mean i'm glad i did what was what didn't work i think how how how the team played this style of play was wasn't right for me and also think from my family didn't enjoy the time that much so they they moved back after just one or two months in when you have a young kid you wanna wanna see him grow up and be there it's it's it's tough you know so for me going back here was a good choice and what was the thing that surprised you most about china maybe the culture i think beyond the field i think to around us like coming there ann's having robots greet you at the airport and like how far they come with technology that was for me unbelievable to see and it was a cool thing to experience we always hear about not being settled and family family such a big part of that too how does that change your life as a profession your family's not there i think you know overall all happiness is is very important because i think especially as a striker to you have to be very confident about yourself and if you start doubting stuff it's kind of a transparent to do your game on the i fell especially in in china that was what happened i think i'm very comfortable here in the united states it's an in the league and that's why it's been easier for me to to play well here do you like about the US you said it you think it's just easy easy lifestyle you know and the way the vibe of everything and of course i've been i've been i feel like i've been lucky with my teammates in how been welcomed of course but in general i really liked her how about this what is is it like to be a number nine who plays on a team with slots on for me it includes a lot of running but i mean it was of course as i grew up it was slot on his one of your idelson else in all it is a big person he's he's a great footballer so for me it was amazing to play with a guy but playing with the guy was was difficult you could see that not on the field that he is such a massive personality has such a sort of weight of expectations is that he demands so much from others that it may be sometimes hard to play with them did you how did you find his personality within the team because we also hear behind the scenes it's much different than on the field i think for me he's very funny guy he's he's he's a cool guy and his way but he's he's specialist is you say he's he's demanding personally i think it's not easy for everyone to be around a guy with that kind of winner mentality so it's its pros and cons what did you see in training from him that you've never seen before because i see the roundhouse kick goal against tronto see you see the things he doesn't games after imagine in what he's doing and training him in most players in the world i feel they have their skills that's pretty normal by he can do stuff that nobody else can you know like especially where he's fee can reach you know and it's also his technique and some of the offensive things vision that he has it's of course on another level than everybody else the galaxy five stars on the chest you new club DC united has four you're a club with a lotta history big signing edison florida's you were a big signing for them last year this is now in large part your team to score the goals it doesn't very offensive for the season i wanna smash everything yeah i mean i really i really want to score a lot more golsen i've i've done before now and i want to prove myself and i also want that extra star for my team so f- so it's an exciting year from what have you envisioned for yourself oh for this team when you think about the addition of mill assad with flora's coming in what has been told you what do you expect i think defensively simply solid last year and now we're adding some offensive pieces that for me as a striker is very exciting so you have a lot of the people that can give me assist smiling these days no doubt give me one travel suggestion before we get chatty rolla where would you send me as a citizen of the world to experience something new something different that i've never experienced before norway where norway the mountains to go skiing go skiing there so i can't believe okay i'll tell swedish producer about that now i'm just norwegian he's no reason ola kamara thank you big year for all the camara and DC united how many goals you think he got them ola ola doing this a lot yeah how's it the over under sixteen and a half that's exac going to say i'm gonna go over brilliant unmatched meanwhile in the same way attends the intellect but say over under over the right side eight of sixteen and a half say i'm going to put him at eighteen eighteen yeah i think what we think are the chances he goes over.

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"norway austria" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"norway austria" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"It's a nice feeling very nice all right now your first question which of these is an emotion Scotch whisky V. eight juice milk or all of oil milk correct me the number two what's the film that forms on he did not look fat globules carbohydrate molecules quite deleted proteins are lactose lactose answer is why he waited protein coagulated protein hi Amy that seems unfair yeah eight okay you have one correction one correct I your next question Japanese eat this food for good luck on new year's is it done it'll still red snapper I am or sushi sushi rice rate in real gold I take done noodle soup the answer is actually red snapper question number four for you DDS pastry originated in one year Denmark Austria France or Norway Austria correct one I went to school first so I think some memories all right your last question too tight with Britney bar leave it what better do professional chefs most often use salted stick butter unsalted stick butter whipped salted water or Moshe fifty just use margarine unsalted butter yes hi Tom Douglas three is the number to be today all right Jeff Tom Douglas question number one acid forming foods include eggs meat and poultry beef fruits and vegetables C. grains and legumes or D. cheese milk as the four seasons the answer's eggs meat question number two professional chefs use this to peel ginger European vegetable peelers a utility knife an ordinary teaspoon or a long fingernail of the thumb I go to tease yes Steve do you use that yeah just a around the nubs works like a dream okay time question number three for you very often leftovers that are re he did need additional seasoning however you should never add more pepper salt dried spices like oregano or fresh herbs salt correct it doesn't go away right it's it's there somewhere and you can overdo it is that the okay question number four for you prior to frying food should be seasoned scored poached pounded for Pat it dry Pat it dry she wants her eye ball taken out hi Tom you already hi you got to get this one for like the absolute when you're ready slash lost slash four hundred fried oysters cooked with eggs and bacon is what pearl diver hash morning after hang town Friday or Bustin breakfast I'll say the Boston question the Boston answer the answer is actually hang so you guys it's a three way tie now what we do this is never happened that the history of the show can I find a good one or we can just give it all to Janice.

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"norway austria" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"norway austria" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Bad tonight, showing a very nice showing all right? Now, your first question, which of these is in emulsion scotch whisky, V8. juice milk, or olive oil milk. Correct. Question. Number two, what's the film that forms on heated milk, fat, globules, carbohydrate, molecules, coagulated proteins? Lactose. Lactose answer is regulated protein, coagulated protein. I mean, that seems unfair newbie eight okay? You have one correct. And one incorrect. Your next question Japanese eat this food for good luck on new years. Is it Don noodle soup? Red snapper spam or sushi sushi rice, raped in real gold. I'd say Don noodle soup. The answer is actually red snapper question number four for you, Danish, pastry originated in wear Denmark, Austria, France, or Norway, Austria, correct? Done. I went to pastry school. I so I think some memories. All right. Your last question to tie with Britney Bartle. Even what butter do professional chefs, most often use salted stick butter unsalted stick butter whipped tub salted butter or most chefs, just use margarine unsalted butter. Yes, I tie, Tom. Douglas three is the number to beat today. All right. Chef Tom Douglas question. Number one acid forming foods include eggs meat, and poultry, be fruits and vegetables. See grains, and legumes or DT's milk. Acid form. The answers eggs meat in question. Number two, professional chefs use this to peel ginger. European vegetable peelers a utility knife, and ordinary teaspoon or a long fingernail of thumb. I'll go with the teaspoon. Yes. Spend it is use that interesting around the nubs works like a dream. Okay. Tom question number three for you. Very often leftovers that are reheated need additional seasoning. However, you should never added more pepper salt dried spices, like oregano or fresh herbs salt. Correct. It doesn't go away. Right. It's there somewhere and you could overdo it is that the okay question number or for you to frying food should be seasoned scored poached, pounded, or petted. Dry patted dry. She wants your ball taken out. Tom, you already tied you gotta get this one for the absolute win. You're ready slash loss. Laslo. Fried oysters cooked with eggs, and bacon is what Pearl diver hash morning after hang town, fry or bust, and breakfast. How say the Boston question. The Boston answering the answer. Actually hang down. So you guys is three way tie. Now what do we do? This is never happened that low the history of the show, can we find a good one or we can just give it all to Janet's..

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"norway austria" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"norway austria" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"Add that social media is destroying how society works meanwhile an early investor in both facebook and google said recently the people who run facebook and google are good people whose well intentioned strategies have led to horrific unintended consequences apple recently took he'd from a couple of institutional shareholders who want to company to look into tag addiction in kids it seems likely the cook's comments while genuine no doubt were prompted at least in part by that attention why wisdom quote talking to the guardian funny story he was actually in the uk promoting the expansion of apples everyone can code initiative in the uk and europe i trust you see the humor abolition of press release on the expansion late last week according to appease from the mac observer education institutions and the uk germany france italy spain the netherlands sweden denmark norway austria belgium man belgium the czech republic ireland luxembourg poland and portugal will start offering the full year course apple ceo was quoted in the releases saying coating is an essential skill for today's workforce and threw everyone can code were giving people around the world the power to learn right and teach coding and then telling them to go outside and play apparently starting next month people in nashville will be in for a bit of a track if they want to go to an apple store 95 mac has the side for the greenhill store in nashville tennessee saying that that location will close on the eleven th of february nothing permanent but nothing convenient either the stores post says we are making the apples to store you love even lovelier will be closing starting february 11th please visit apple dot com slash retail to find the nearest store and other words there will be no temporary store in the same mall while the current store gets a face lift 95 max says nashville residents impacted by the stores temporary closure may want to visit apple cool springs galleria in nearby franklin tennessee in the interim none of course there are also targets and best bison mac authority and simply mackson i hear apples gotta websites and an app.

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"norway austria" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"norway austria" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"Add that social media is destroying how society works meanwhile an early investor in both facebook and google said recently the people who run facebook and google are good people whose well intentioned strategies have led to horrific unintended consequences apple recently took he'd from a couple of institutional shareholders who want to company to look into tag addiction in kids it seems likely the cook's comments while genuine no doubt were prompted at least in part by that attention why wisdom quote talking to the guardian funny story he was actually in the uk promoting the expansion of apples everyone can code initiative in the uk and europe i trust you see the humor abolition of press release on the expansion late last week according to appease from the mac observer education institutions and the uk germany france italy spain the netherlands sweden denmark norway austria belgium man belgium the czech republic ireland luxembourg poland and portugal will start offering the full year course apple ceo was quoted in the releases saying coating is an essential skill for today's workforce and threw everyone can code were giving people around the world the power to learn right and teach coding and then telling them to go outside and play apparently starting next month people in nashville will be in for a bit of a track if they want to go to an apple store 95 mac has the side for the greenhill store in nashville tennessee saying that that location will close on the eleven th of february nothing permanent but nothing convenient either the stores post says we are making the apples to store you love even lovelier will be closing starting february 11th please visit apple dot com slash retail to find the nearest store and other words there will be no temporary store in the same mall while the current store gets a face lift 95 max says nashville residents impacted by the stores temporary closure may want to visit apple cool springs galleria in nearby franklin tennessee in the interim none of course there are also targets and best bison mac authority and simply mackson i hear apples gotta websites and an app.

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"norway austria" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"norway austria" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Oh as eu yeah go ahead josh gordon in an interview with gq man said that he used to play games under the influence of alcohol and drugs the former clean bronze wide receiver quote we'd say the whole team hotel then players were allowed to go back get what it they need and go to the game so i would leave the hotel early morning go home depot breakfast do my little ritual whatever that may be some weeds some alcohol than go to the game than i definitely be parting after every game winner lose every game have either of you guys ever worked while under the influence of i mean they've josh gordon left a wide open have not and actually i am quite come maybe i should but the argument to be made that i should but i i've never and i've actually been always very conscious of like if i'm coming back on air i don't have any your ideas meena general no oh i don't necessarily mean i'm not asking me when working higher at the station that gloomy employs any job yes so here i used to show to my record store job drunk all the time yeah oh yeah what about you and i was bartender for nears you tell me now pass are your turn we obviously live in a it will not be pulling a carter page no we out what that last one yeah i we obviously live in a very politically fractured country the washington post ask three eight different riders to suggest away to fix american democracy this is the one i like the best christon henderson wrote about something that i have long supported and and thought would would be fantastic mandating two years of military or civilian service for every high school or college graduate they do it in israel finland denmark norway austria sweden and switzerland that doesn't mean you become part of the military it may mean you become sort of a a a a social teach verwoerd's yorkshire i mean at but you wish you're serving your country for two years i love this idea because it would create a common bond where everybody is on the same team for a couple of years and i think would help.

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"norway austria" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:24 min | 4 years ago

"norway austria" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Travel was i'll just say approximately hoffman global cases of md off to be are in russia trying up and into all cases off the disease in norway austria in the melvin's and ninety percent of them in britain frauds it's really enjoyment sets to have been most among migrants and refugees baby see world newton's you're listening to economic take from the beebe see world service the ground beneath our feet be shifting because a profound changes in politics demographics finance resources and technology in this series five experts with each take one of these changes and explain how they think people shaped the global economy of the future today finance in the eighteenth century know too much taking goes down the river ryan based two hundred told points along the route each leavened a challenge before the goods could pavs having hugely to be expensive trade goodson services move more easily these days but there are still toles every day koreans of dollars flown for the global economy and i'm opening day gate keep is in the find i'm sector ticket caught some every dollar urine and yan to passes to the system that's one reason why the industry so profitable but all of that is changing i'm for that come in of the economist and this program will explain how technology has revolutionized in finance as a pass so many industries and how that will craig new winners and losers around the world we know that finances done very well for itself in recent decades the best in the brightest of all youth want to work in the industry well enough through hot is a journalist and also the bulk makers and take us if you look over the last forty years finance has grown to become but seven percent of the us economy similar percentage in many other developed economies creates about four percent of all us jobs but it takes a quarter of all us corporate profits which is an amazing monopoly share and what this says to me is that as finance has gotten larger it has actually not become more efficient.

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