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"oxfordshire" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple
"Colleague susie dent. I'm in london england. She's in oxford oxfordshire. How are you susie. Kate thank you. I am okay. I've had the vaccine whoop is have taken over from the weather..
"oxfordshire" Discussed on Gucci Podcast
"Celebrating the launch of the newest ut beauty campaign starring lily gamma. Yeah yeah it's really exciting beautiful but so that makes name. Do you wanna talk to you about this. Because you're smart interested in your ideas about beauty because it it can be charged. Opic definitely and <hes>. I mean i think also be my age. I'm twenty five. I think we're living in a really strange time where we're constantly bombarded with images of beauty on some of which feel beautiful in some of which don't resonate as beauty to me at a. That's interesting do you find that with <unk>. Sir images of the moment or is it. Do you look at images of different eras. T feel that way that certain eros resonate more than others or do that right now you find it. Discordant that there's that feel a bit you don't yeah. I think the things that price speak to me less are some of the things that i feel. My generation particularly are kind of bartered. West in terms of what beautiful is meant to look like and as we now in house we've been talking about for the past few hours. Beauty really comes from within it. Does we also. We are told that we're told that when we're children but then everything that we see. Typically in advertising runs counter to the idea that comes from within him. And i think until very recently there was such a exclusionary aspect to what our societies considered beautiful that it was felt like it wasn't inviting to most people and i find what's really exciting about where this advertising <unk> is going at least in the last couple of years and certainly a gucci is truly more diversity more inclusive holistic sense of beauty. I think people are responding to that guys day. Seed they see people that look like them people that they know they they can see themselves after land. I think it's always. It's always dangerous territory when you're looking to the outside to understand what beauty is or to try and feel the beauty of yourself and i think what i do find that gucci which i don't find in many places this idea that specifically with makeup to and thinking about how you know what i like because i don't really wear that much makeup but what i do like about. Makeup is the more theatrical side of it. The more you know when makeup is used really as a way to express yourself and not hide yourself. Nice not to look like someone else to just play. I think gujie has a sense of humor. It's playful it's fun. It's not you know where this in this in this. In order for everyone to look the same. It's like everyone looks completely different. Yes which is a med tobacco completely. Different so much of for too long people. I think felt the need to could form to something and you certainly saw that with in cosmetic surgery but not in rather than embrace your quote unquote flaws. Because it's what differentiates you from from everyone not to commercialize flaws either and then make that a whole 'nother category of authenticity which is an awesome. It's about really just being able to be yourself and not feel that you need to be anyone other than yourself but also explorer who you are right now. Which doing is who you are. Five years ago or one year ago now is the kind of. I actually looked out beauty in the dictionary. I like to do this but this is from oxford dictionary. Since we're on for the first entry beauty is a combination of qualities such as shape color or form that pleases senses especially the site. That's completely subjective. Yeah that is like. That's a subjective sketches. Fantastic these that can mean anything to anyone. Yeah that it should. What bums me out is the second injury. Dc this a beautiful woman his co. i wonder who really families. She was considered a great beauty in her youth. At makes me want to throw the phone <unk>. Just so antiquated. It's not old fashioned in any kind of good way. It's i we one of my dear friends as in her early seventies and she's magnificent. But i feel like there are so many examples of men and women around us in however anyone identifies where if they feel that they can own their own space in their own space and obviously this has been a year of struggle for in the communication of people talking. About how historically so many heels don't feel right to own their own space. And certainly i think women have always known that you know in any minority groups women at the bottom of the heat in any in any any minority group. There have inequity all over the world and yet this sense of never never more than the present moment do i see so many images of beautiful women of all ages shapes sizes backgrounds who have been given permission to say yet version who have taken the taken their power and claim their power and given themselves permission to own their own space. When you see that happen it's radiant
Covid missteps in the UK
"Been seven months in sparse Johnson's conservative scored the best Tory parliamentary majority since the me nine thousand nine hundred. And yet outsiders well, that could be forgiven for thinking that it was Jeremy Corbyn Socialism. That's triumphed. You think about it in response to the Cova crisis, the size and scope of the British state. Well, that's increased dramatically, and what's being called, a radical woke minority that continues to march through British institutions for more on Boris and British politics. Let's turn to is a bill oak shop. She's a former political editor at the Sunday Times I started by asking bill about the state of Boris Johnson's premiership. I think that it is. Fair to say that Boris Johnson's. Administration has. Hit a really difficult patch and you know. Isn't it extrordinary when he achieved? An an unbelievable majority you know against all expectations, and really they only had a few weeks in which to relish that feeling of trial before the corona virus hits, and the handling of the pandemic has been a very widely criticized. You know we have ended up. I think we have the surge worst gas rate in the world from from Carina and his being one u-turn after another. We've got another one today in the only on Sunday at one of our leading cabinet ministers said that it would not be compulsory to wear face masks and short, and now we all told the we'll be illegal requirement, and that is very characteristic old the government's approach to this crisis. They've been too late. To make required changes, you know that has gizzard they have you turned, and of course not help by. The Prime Minister himself was hit very very hard by the virus, and to Cologne time to get back on his feet. You know this is a he. He was in a life, threatening position and the government woes consequentially very weakened for a period. You mentioned that the Johnson government is moving to make these face masks for shoppers mandatory I. THINK THEY FACE A. Hundred pound fine if they gotta shops without Feis mosques, but at the same time on way told the Britain is slowly getting back to its old self that businesses either reopened and travel restrictions. Lifting does all this main? The Brits are to learn to leave covid nineteen I think we have to learn to live with covid nineteen and I would say we should have had begun learning that lot quicker. You know the UK at the moment is a real place. Contrast I live in Oxfordshire about seventy miles from London, and for the first time last week I decided to get the train into loans, and I have been driving list time and I basically had to show the driven train in both directions. I was traveling at what would normally be rush hour peak time going in in the morning and I had the whole carriage, and the won't be on that myself, so I will. Say Small, but there's no need for face off. You've got your exclusive carriage. And Central. Is Much the same. It's a dead zone and yet here in the world's where where I call home and we can mind. It'll town which luckily. was absolutely housing. The big AUDEN's with school. There were a lot of people out in the bounce. So you know we have a real mix pitcher going on by the way, remember that the schools on back. You know this is an extraordinary situation. You know we've got people in big Ordonez in restaurants are. Our children are still not back in school by large. The counterargument to not having that lockdown during April, and my is that you might have seen far more deaths in in Britain it's. It's very lucky for the government that however bad things get. They will always be able to say it would be much worse if we hadn't done. X Y, or said they won't be able to cruise otherwise politically. That is something that they can always fall back on, but I think that all the evidence now shows that it was a big mistake to allow tens of thousands of people every week to continue pouring into the country from some of the worst hit areas overseas. Coming into Heathrow without any checks or any corentin or any restriction. For weeks, so then I mean for months discontinued, and then very belatedly off to the media, worst of the crisis passed, the government changed tack, and and suddenly entered used quarantine measures, but not before all these people had come in and helped increase of viral late
Florists Fear A 'No Deal' Brexit Would Wilt The Flower Business
"Support for this NPR podcast and the following message. Come from the UPS store, offering services from shredding to printing to mailbox ING and instead of closing this holiday. The UPS store is doing another ING altogether. Opening the UPS store every ING for small business. And of course shipping. Valentine's Day is huge for florists around the world. But in the United Kingdom the risk of crashing out of the European Union next month has cast a shadow over the industry mini shops, fear their lifeline to flour supplies in Europe could be severely disrupted. NPR's? Frank Langfitt reports from the English town of Whitney. Roseanne Ashby's wrapping up a bouquet of roses and lilies at our shop Rosa flowers in Oxfordshire near part of a wide selection of flower. She offers most of which come from the same place. These all come from Holland. The least come from Holland and the croissant. Spreaker sounds come from Holland up until now the flowers have flowed seamlessly across the border because the UK's part of the massive you single market, but the United Kingdom is scheduled to leave the U late next month, and there's still no deal on how to keep trade flowing. We're very worried we don't know what's going to happen. Twenty nine government. Don't know nobody knows. And I worry is. When will we get the flowers? What price will they tariffs? Go on. The government insists the majority of you plants and flowers will continue to enter the UK without health checks, but businesses of all sorts are worried about an ideal Brexit so have been filling up warehouses across the country with everything from auto parts to ice cream in case trade slows dramatically Ashby's industry. Doesn't have that luxury. We can't have a contingency plan. The cat stop piler goods because the fresh flowers. We're only a small business coming up to twenty second Valentine's. It's so sad abroad. Moves pope, an odd share the British frost association here in the United Kingdom wills. Pope who spoke over Skype says Ashby's plate is typical eighty percent of our flout. She come from Holland. So they come by the Eurotunnel or ferry and wills pope says that dependency developed over decades, while the UK has been inside the you now poses a threat to flower-sellers here. We are looking at something which is unprecedented in the forty years that we mean po- single market because has tons involved the English growers of soda up and initials of being built on and more more, but options being to homes regen, San no, no, no. Back in Whitney, one of Rosa Ashby suppliers arrived from Holland today's Barry, snapper, and he's just come through the channel tunnel with his refrigerated semi packed with flowers. Ashby and snapper haggle is they have every Wednesday for at least the past six years. I asked Napper what he fears most from a no deal. Brexit all the extra gypsies import duties charges waiting at the tunnel. Eurotunnel to to come across. It's never says that would force people like him to raise prices, which he thinks shops. Here will have a hard time passing on a lot of people will struggle to sell flowers to the public people. Well, they're still going to buy foods and everything, but they can skip the flower. How important is the UK to your business? I only supply today UK two moments. People say to me, do you want to expert to another county, but I think coming over for over twenty years to Britain. And yeah, it's too difficult. Think to go to another county now some snappers clients Valentine's Day orders are now, which they attribute to Brexit uncertainty snappers been trying to calm their fears. I always say the same affording, the February it's men and they come in Las minutes. And that's the same story every year. It's always on the bay itself today after British flower shops are planning ahead. They're ordering early for mother's day. Which in the UK falls on March thirty first two days after the United Kingdom is scheduled to leave the U. Frank Langfitt, NPR news, Whitney England. This message comes from NPR sponsor. Comcast business. Business has always been driven by innovators. That's why Comcast business is helping you with technology that provides better experiences. Comcast business beyond fast.
"oxfordshire" Discussed on KGO 810
"On Twitter, some of your tweets at Ethan Bearman. It's friday. We're gonna end at a later not because got all bring our blood pressure down have a little humor. It's important to laugh. It is the best medicine as they say. The old story goes laughter's, the best medicine and pets are such a great medicine as well. Don't we love our pets? So very much. No Caroline does. Posting pictures of her little dog all the time. I post picture my little dog. I've had big dogs two huge dogs. I'm a little dog right now. So cute. How about this though? I even have an Amazon echo at home. But I've never had this happen. Check this out not the onion real headline from Fox News dot com, by the way, I'll be on Tucker Carlson at five thirty. Perritt uses owners Amazon Alexa to order shopping, comma, play music. That's right. The parrot is bossing the acco around parrots. Rocco? The African grey from I don't know how to pronounce this British town did caught in Oxfordshire has demanded treats such a strawberries, watermelon, raisins, broccoli and ice cream. He's also ordered a kite lightbulbs and even a kettle. I love that. I think I would be really worried though, if my parents started ordering stuff on Amazon, you can turn that feature off on your echo, by the way. And I did..
"oxfordshire" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Percent seventythree what sixty dollars a barrel that's your bloomberg business flash here's ben clarke with more on what's going on around the world thanks very much narrow former pakistani prime minister is facing jail with his flights from london lands at lahore later today now sheriff is facing arrest in his return to appeal a corruption conviction and ten year jail sentence handed down by a court last week the conviction follows a two year corruption scandal in the league of the panama papers that showed his family used offshore accounts to buy high end london apartments cristiano ronaldo is hundred and thirty million move from real madrid's to events this is big news but not with everyone the club's owners the agnelli family also control fence and some workers kupfer strike saying the feet would be used for basement and protest greeted president trump and his wife melania during their first official event of the uk tour hundreds lined the roads outside blenheim palace oxfordshire with a trump's dined with prime minister theresa may it's unlikely they saw the protests as they flew by helicopter in from london though meet the queen life's today before spending the weekend at trump's go resort in scotland global news twenty four hours a day on your end it tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in over one hundred and twenty countries i'm ben clarke this is bloomberg markus thanks very much ben let's pick up on donald trump we've woken up here in the uk to a headline in the sun newspaper that president trump doesn't think a us uk trade deal would be possible under theresa may's current brexit blueprint on the back of that sterling has been weakening let's bring in our guest this hour judy and howard head of multiasset solutions that gam he joins us now in our studio were very good morning you great to have you here julian what do you think specifically is putting pressure starling is the thoughts of us uk trade deal being called off or is it concern perhaps about the stability going forward of the uk government i think it's generalized uncertainty but actually there's an irony to the fact that mr trump has almost cooled off this uk us trade deal it does confirm in a sense soft brexit because if people thought that there was an opportunity to go out into the world that britain garrison well make some kind of trade deal in power low that has been completely destroyed now so i think the soft brexit actually wins from this and if anything any weakness in selling could be seen as an opportunity to perhaps gradually increase exposure we are headed for this soft version this broad consensus now in the cabinet by definition because the cabinet members who weren't in agreement have gone internationally it looks like we're going to be able to get trade deals and therefore i think we we are heading for the sort of soft vision of brexit now it's up to the europeans and how they respond to that but because we don't have a plan b anymore mr shrunk killed the plan b and i think actually he's realistic in a way that we think we can make trade deals with the united states with australia very very difficult to do that in short order certainly within the next couple of years would be impossible for trade is still with the european union so that has the been goods as well and continue we are going to continue on that track now it's over to the europeans and we will probably have to concede to whatever they demand yeah julian on that note we're actually got some headlines from uk chancellor philip hammond saying that the eu should engage with the uk to deliver a brexit solution speaking to reporters in brussels before the echo fan he's also saying that he's determined to protect financial services in the uk and also saying that may will set out the brexit plan to trump today and they will have a way forward with the uk and the eu on brexit he says trump hasn't discussed the white paper with may yet but i just want to pick up on his point about financial services because w sarah of algebra said this is a day facto a hard brexit for.
"oxfordshire" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"In the pressure and i'm sure it's very frustrating that that he's not able to do family is being trying to into this because of him it's not really that in the sort of last few days before their wedding they can't just kind of relax and enjoy it do you think that's the case that that's become something they cannot enjoy the it's been both especially with this controversy around thomas markle the dad do you think that that's marred this this wedding for them that's not the case that when can put behind them and just get on with what wedding should be letting supposed to be nice feelgood stories to people getting married happily ever off the you know it's a national event to some extent allayed much smaller than than previous real weddings it ought to be a failed good story and it ends up being situation which have real finally guilty ta tion hopefully everyone can put it behind them if he's coming great you know and whoever she wants to the should be able to crop out and we as a nation should make clear that mega michelson meal guests over the nation will wedding and they deserve to be treated with some respect gabby thank you thank you bye gabby hinchliffe is a columnist with the guardian we reached her in oxfordshire england and we have more on that story on our website she just wanted to express her love for her kids but she created a permanent affectionate tribute to her children children of course is not a word that extra l messes everything up but you don't have to tell you hunter gisele hull sundstrom that because a single l in the wrong place changed johanna gisele hall sandstrom's life three years ago she went to get a tattoo of the names over two kids nova and kevin nothing planty just their names joined by an land.
"oxfordshire" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Thomas marchal the father of these to be royal megan markle has been the subject of intense scrutiny by the british press and surprise surprise they're not going easy on the big american bloke tabloids put out photographs of mr marco buying kfc and mcdonald's and beer a now after scandal over some staged photos it is unclear whether he'll even be at the upcoming royal wedding gaby hinchliffe finds this whole thing snobby and embarrassing miss hinchliffe is a calmness te with the guardian and we reached her in oxfordshire england all right gabby witches it is thomas markle coming to the wedding or is he not well after this morning look toma smog reward coming to the wedding and that he felt to embarrass as a result of that the publication of these staged photos of images if he cooperated with and now we had maybe he is coming up through although as number three days not to change nor kensington palace will say at the moment is them that is private and then they wish everyone would to stay have it running what this talk about the photos that were staged what what were they about yes they i mean there was any endearing looking because when they were published of him apparently being measured for wedding suit and looking at some pictures of the royal family online you know if he was kind of preparing for the wedding and they were presented as if they were not paparazzi photos taking without his permission anyway since then it's much that he looks if he cooperates with the for talk.
"oxfordshire" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And getting closer and closer to it one of the fast greets of these not people with the british team based in rural oxfordshire who thought they made a hugely headlines for home another spectacular prime the new this is leaving then he di hey make special note another nikko's while they celebrated scientific achievement without parallel for the benefit of men pats the triumphant headlines the premise killing at ten thousand seats did not achieve nuclear fusion but today just a few miles away from the original sites is the joint european torres known as jets based on a campus full of international scientists working towards the elusive dream and that's why petit's alex has dragged me into the deep countryside home sense of energy paris hello well hates meet scientists that room medley to talk about why nuclear fusion it turns out to be such a longtime challenge said wednesday fusion reset initially began in the fifties i think essentially they underestimated how difficult it would be so to make hopping and essentially recreating the conditions inside the sun so you need a temperature of one hundred fifty million degrees state so originally they thought okay well to make fusion happen we just need to he took a gas and we need to contain it somehow and easing magnus they tried out different ways in the fifties and then they thought okay at once we solve cracked that that it's going to be really easy the next steps the power station and book the grossly underestimated the challenges involved in fusion so they built by plasma devices realize actually is difficult heat it.
"oxfordshire" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Real tricky business i don't think you have any business like somebody on their instagram i would i hear you see what works for them and what doesn't yeah i would agree because one of mine you know i took it i took my kids with me i'm business you know i oh you did on hill that's great i don't remember you taking attitudes on a survey army i took sammy down to florida international meeting after who are huge you who just big big eubacked amount of boondoggle was like infringing tonight two days i go out to california with me all right pump with me everywhere i still take one with me everywhere that's why they never leaves me alone seasonal dean is this is second wife this is the one that he cheated on his wife with this so she is sensitive because she gets called out about everything that broke up his first mary that's what i think is he unamerican idle no no no he's physicists the daughter in idol is luke bryan out and he was here this summer yeah he's very successful he's very wellknown prayed ever really cute baby yeah he's forty one she's thirty yeah he had another relationship he was busted ansa taveres making out with her at a bar jazayeri lambert school sweetheart he was mary towns yep yeah added uh meghan marco had a spa themed bridal shower ahead of the royal wedding oh how lovely say get is it now that's different this one is at was at soho farmhouse which is a date night favorite for these two it's one hundred acres of oxfordshire countryside with cabins cottages both indoor and outdoor pools of barnes cinema tennis courts a spa and asana well i just want to know when she's getty baptized into the church of england ways does that happened i don't and all big of a pool the shia to dunk into is it like a little bit of water at is doc fleeing different churches and i wonder do you wear bathing suit or do you skill across any forehead though email me people joel elizabeth skiing fail and getting chris on his back today of course either yes i know he's back on pot i went as soon as we love having him back yes there is a great story adam last night and the bachelor finale is tonight gale ready i know were red yellow is so much jerry kenny is.
"oxfordshire" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Of of course of goes rate has a great confusion about the whole thing but hit his sit in the central problem we we've had this idea that the in a country like britain our state is the natural state of humankind throw a hundred people onto an island that will always come out kind of british if you put another ten people on they'll absorb the culture as well and mice central belief is that big cultures and countries a made up of the people who are in them and if the people who are in them change then the country in the culture changes and people are very resistant this partly because it happens slowly very very slowly um but it becomes the things that you do you don't bother even talking about any more you know things like sharia courts and things is like wale yeah you know we know we we know they go on but we don't have a problem with this aspect of them uh endless things in the moment when the starting thing one for lot of us was twenty years ago woman has now when the british police suddenly admitted that there were hundreds of murders they hadn't looked into because they were community issues while the worst was what happened to those girls in a row erupted dale raw ivory amounts that rotherham and it also happened that was one hundred thousand girls raped over the course of about a decade um but the same thing happening ross it happened in leafy oxfordshire there are a number of cases coming off a cross country just for the record folks so this is now look now looks across the board the police have the authorities kept quiet because of fears of being cold islamophobic yes and uh this this is now because if you if you could have invented something it was sounded like a nasty a kind of racist subplot kind of mean he would have had you know asian gangs of raping white british girls in nobody wanted to deal with it nobody wanted to even address it eventually it'll came out eventually everyone's worst nightmare about it was understating the problem it's a massive issue in britain because people can see that every level of authority would rahva sacrifice young a british girls and their future than to put their finger on a serious issue which happens to again walk against.
"oxfordshire" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"In 2010 multiculturalism has failed failed utterly angloa michel's words um at and then madly unfortunately in a hundred million people bill rhonda me tell one all your mongolia yes sets a his interesting thing no one quite knows what you mean by multiculturalism some people think you mean multiracialism which is my definition anyway right tough poised as great as a great confusion about the whole thing but hit his said the central problem we we've had this idea that the in a country like britain our state is the natural state of humankind throw a hundred people onto an island they'll with come out kind of british um if you put another ten people on they'll absorb the culture as well and mice sinful belief is that big cultures and countries a made up for the people who are in them and if the people who are in them change and the country in the culture changes and people are very resistant vis partly because it happens slowly very very slowly um but it becomes the things that you you you don't bother even talking about anymore uh you know things like sharia courts and things is like wale yeah you know we know we we know they go on but we don't have a problem with this aspect of them uh endless things in the moment when the starting thing one for lot of us was twenty years ago will mess now when the british police suddenly admitted that there were hundreds of mergers they hadn't looked into because they were community issues while the worst though was what happened to those girls in uh the roth ira ruptured dale rivalry announced that rotherham lovely ilsa happened that was the one hundred thousand girls raped over the course of about a decade um but the same thing happening many roster happened in leafy oxfordshire there are a number of cases coming off a cross country shirts for the record folks of this is now look knowledge to cross the board written the police banned the authorities kept quiet because of fears of being called islamophobic yes and uh this this is now become if you if you.
"oxfordshire" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"Adopt the technology under the system customers awesome is will be automatically move to cheaper tariffs by sophisticated computers meaning they'll no longer faced the hassle of looking for deals the canadian prime minister justin trudeau is on an official visit to india accompanied by his wife and children but the telegraph reports he was given a low key welcome at delhi airport it says he was received by junior agriculture minister while the prime minister narendra modi defamed for greeting leaders at the airport with bear hugs was nowhere to be seen the paper says the reclaimed sister trudeau was snubbed his perceived support for canadian seeks campaigning for sikh separatism the national post and canada's says mr trudeau's expects to make a statement reiterating canada's policy in favor of a united india but stressing that ottawa will not crack down on seeks demonstrating peacefully the times of india quoting official sources says going to the airport was a special gesture shown by mr floatie for a select few litas finally several papers report that blend in palos has apologized after party to mark the chinese new year last weekend led to a barros of complaints from guests who paid twenty six pounds to attend couldn't the male visitors were promised a vibrant celebration filled with colorful decorations traditional music an oriental feast from street food stores there instead met with long queues for just one van selling noodle and chips and boredlooking entertain is the time says one vista complained that they had had bigger events in their back garden spokesman for the oxfordshire stately home tells telegraph the organizers had been let down by several vendors it's eighteen minutes to eight what we britain do well it is free from eu imposed regulation will work has rights environmental protections an animal welfare be eroded a consequence of cutting red tape
"oxfordshire" Discussed on The Art of Manliness
"Interview our brains have a dominance with the brain wants to either be in auditory mode or or visual mode if our brain is is in auditory mode and were simply listening for deceptive verbal indicators were were very likely to miss deceptive non verbal indicators if our dominance is is visual than were going to be of course catching the deceptive nonverbal indicators but now missing deceptive verbal indicators so we call this process el squared mode where we train our brain to fight that dominance of either visual or auditory and try to both look and listen for deceptive indicators at the same time and it it's it's easier said than done so people can actually practice this simply watching investigative news shows or when they see a celebrity a politician someone in the news who has been accused of doing something wrong being asked questions about their head go go into l squared mode and both look can listen for this upi verbal and nonverbal indicators and the more you do it the better you get rid quick break for worth more sponsors are finding a dresser the fits is hard some things always off may be the next size ripe but the shirt itself on the bodies to build a we are too tight maybe the body is rights just ficci just right but the neck is too tight or is too big thankfully ordering a custom shirt has never been easier with proper cloth at proper cloth com you can easily critic custom shirt size in seconds by just answering tin simple questions no tape measure required not to mention you can choose for over twenty caller styles ten customers and 500 fabric styles from classic the business completely customize your shirt and get the style you want the team to proper cloth works but the best fabric juicers round the world only by the fabrics that meet their high quality expectations and best of all proper cloth guarantees perfect fit meaning that if somehow there should as unfit you perfectly they will remake it for free i've got a great look in oxfordshire that i do with proper cloth instituted questions got the shirt in a fit me like a glove it's fantastic and here's the thing you peiding custom shirt rats can cost one hundred dollars shirt start at propercloth for just eighty dollars so if you'd like to get.
"oxfordshire" Discussed on KKAT
"Action by a british high school here's at offer oxfordshire secondary school and he faces disciplinary action by his employer involving a math student he said he made a slip of the tongue and called a boy who was pretending a girl who is pretending to be a boy call her a girl and he says while these suggestion that gender is fluid conflicts sharply with my christian beliefs i've never looked to implode impose my convictions aka a reality on others the teacher said that he tried to find a principled compromise in the past by referring to the student by name students between eleven and eighteen years old this is child abuse that they riven able to get this mean they it activists called him transphobic because he refuses to disbelieve science yes i know it's insane whom abe abu is racists abu from the simpsons did you hear this there's a new documentary but a documentary by a am unfunny comedian who says that the indian character on the simpson show up who that he is he says he goes it's a white guy do an impression of awake at making fun of my father ali agca indian comedian and he says the he says that it is a quote stereotype hiding in plain sight and that is a racist and it's stereotypical attention morons it is purposefully stereotypical because every damn character on that show is a stereo tie i four a purpose it is a whole show about stereotypes oh my gosh i cannot be the only one that is smart enough to see this or have ever paid attention to what matt groening has ever said about this road good tumor oh gosh uh anyway moving on down the line uh galgario threatens to quit the wonderwoman sequel and less brett ratner the producer is fired um that brought ratner apparent well he's that there have been stories about right ratner for a long time just i've heard him um and there were a number of actresses who came out when um uh uh what what is her chicks she played dumb kitty pride in of injures are not ventures oh my gosh xmen um and even show um el in phnom she was in june oh i can't remember and all of a sudden but anyway it's not i mean it's the point is is that.
"oxfordshire" Discussed on BBC Let's Talk About Tech
"And in terms of the frequency of backup think again think about how much data will prepare to lose a few of you to your backup once a year that means you you you willing to lose up to a year's data if that if the answer to the question how much staterun mi winter loses is one day than you have to pack up daily and that's not you can automate that meant uses you know are lucky they have automate systems that can backup automatically a pc users mieno windows does have backup software built into it and it's it's adequate is not the most sophisticated backup software but you know what most people aren't going to spend the money on that were at least in the beginning they gonna use a builtin software and then if aid to south discover they wanted to do something more sophisticated than they'll pay for something like in a crony so one of the other painful products brilliant excellent am i'm scared for my nine number of backups analogy where my backup saw that's another problem that's uh it's a it's definitely is like a the first will problems in how many backups do i offer and where all they before the news regarding minute and a half if all the news let's see if we can fit in damn dan what your problem you're in oxfordshire very good morning to you very quickly what she problem well unbeatable in key one really ought spike which he's going to be rather tricky to uphold in that time would you understand come back to in a minute can you wait wait until we've got the sport out of the way i'd be happy to testing right in that case you stand with us and i'll tell you that i've had an email from neil who says my hp laptop works fine but it won't connect to website any website all it says the signal strength as excellent but downloading it just says waiting to connect to the site it never actually connects to a site what can be the matter.
"oxfordshire" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House
"Uh to low by self device myself to vulgarity crap and so on helluva lot is being shovelled into the two difficult box the general a or spreading realization that it can't be done in time if you think give yourself a two year deadline march twenty nine teed under article fifty by the way we're going to we haven't really got into the arch theological exegesis of what article fifty really means or doesn't mean one who was involved he claims to be the compete uk deputy watson load kerr form ahead of the british foreign office says it in the it it it tom finished business itself and it can be reversed i'm your point which may very well if i may say so is the more extreme you come in your position which is what the levers i'll say that practical declare article fifty says of the his flat and i think that this is driving public officials complete on both sides by the eu of the uk completely nuts this is not fox just motrich out of the guy was at a meeting of great luminaries we came to their wonderful piece of rhetoric from former secretary of state john kerry at densely park a big think tank point he headed place in oxfordshire i did a general stole pile of people and sorry in some they say they cannot be done in time it may not be done at all and it's not just politicians the saying that it it is sometimes almost as if none of these people are actually thought this thing through because they didn't actually think they would actually win and they just enjoyed playing the sankt omonia smarter so they could get on television mary.
"oxfordshire" Discussed on Waking Up with Sam Harris
"May again this story just puts me at the absolute limit of what i find believable the fact that this happen mmm thinking now specifically about rather omitted the the numbers of people in this small town and the parents having to get her appeal to the police for years and nothing comes of it right the fact that the authorities stood by and let this happen year after year the various there there are so many i mean our test joe ulises patients have i gave too many examples villa in any given example from a from the oxfordshire case i mention which is is sort of in the case lesswellknown and rotherham which has come really well known in the uk but in your future case there was a girl who accused quite often the the young girls were bribed with drugs and things applied with drugs and alcohol so as one case the guy who that she in a care home in oxford and she was being gangraped and she managed to escape and she got back to the children's home she was in meant being looked after by local authorities and she didn't have the money for the taxi that she had managed to hail to get her back to home and the kind of thought that she was just playing opposite were she the taxi driver took her back and she was gangraped again i mean it's sort of wholesale failure of i think this is what why it particularly has begun to these has for time some people really speak to a greater failing because we'd like to think i think that young people particularly young people in troubling care homes and things are actually the people the state should most look after and and careful and vet the that stage the such a total lack of care that you could end up basically facilitating that.
"oxfordshire" Discussed on Waking Up with Sam Harris
"By gangs of a muslim men large the of pakistani origin and it was the de the official inquiry into his government inquiry found that the fear of accusations of racism as it were penetrated and prevented the police and local authorities acting on this even when the local outcry was really very very strongly indeed and it gets worse because on forty as we all know are like the catholic church rates scandals and with all sorts of other similar cases sadly what happens is the first story breaks and then hugh learn the depth of which for the problem and this in the media lost a few years it's turned out there were similar cases in towns across northern england and in places that people from a thought to be more leash in green in oxfordshire best people think oxford dreaming spires at center said in oxfordshire there was a case of five years ganao the came to trial the operation bull finch case when numerous young a white girls again often underage had been traffic for sex by a muslim gangs and i mean the details it came out that trial at the old bailey in london included for instance one of the men branded one of the girls on her backside i think with an m for muhammad which was his name the she branded her as his property and again vis a vis cases when they came to trial they just for the reasons that you and i feel awkward talking about it.