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"pani" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

F1: Beyond The Grid

02:47 min | 4 months ago

"pani" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

"How fantastic to hear from alleviate always felt. He was underrated as a driver and feel. He certainly deserved to win more than one race. But he has such a great perspective on racing. And i loved his descriptions of working with allen prostate. Flavio briatore and ron dennis. And i still can't believe he turned down. That two thousand drive with williams what might have been masirah penny alleviate many. Thanks for your time. It was great to catch up again. And if you're coming to monaco. This week i look forward to seeing you there before we move on as ever. Please remember to send in any stories or chance meetings or thoughts that you have on olivier and remember. I'll read the best ones next week. Send them to me at tom. Clarkson f one. We'll use the hashtag. F one b on the grid and if you like all things. Monaco stay tuned at the very end of the show for a special teaser. Which brings me onto what you sent in about. Roman grown after last week's show and by the way how great was it to see him on pole at the indy grand prix over the weekend and finishing on the podium back where you belong roman christine's svensson sent in this message. Thank you tom and romance. I listened to the part while on a run and couldn't hold back my tears. i'm light roman. A father of three and romance story has made me appreciate life just a little more. Couldn't be happier for him when he grabbed a pole. A podium in indycar krisztian bromance is inspiration to us. Rich alcock added this remarkable podcast on roman is pure inspiration. Developing one of the most amazing motoracing careers his many more decades upfront pair here richard. I think roman wishes he were racing at the indy. Five hundred this year. don't you. I think we need to wash that. Space for twenty twenty. Two and cocky thinks this great interview romance has gone from f. One driver to world-class philosopher loved his insight about driving and life. Just as i finished listening to the podcast he'd got his first indy-car pole what a thrill it was indeed a thrill for everyone who's followed his career cokie. Thanks everybody for sending in your messages and as ever got loads. And i'm sorry i couldn't read them all out but please remember that i read each and every one of them. Well that's it for this week. I hope you've enjoyed hearing me again. And remember to send in your thoughts and stories and as ever. I'll be back next week with another great guests from the world of formula one so see then on the greatest produced by f one in association with audio boo until next time. Keep it flat out..

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Hunger-Striking Kremlin Critic Navalny Transferred to Prison Infirmary

Rush Limbaugh

00:31 sec | 5 months ago

Hunger-Striking Kremlin Critic Navalny Transferred to Prison Infirmary

"Leader Alexei Navalny moved from a prison camp to a nearby prison hospital. Navalny's aides say his health has deteriorated while on hunger strike. ABC News senior Foreign correspondent and Panis is a high stakes situation here for Alexei Navalny, above all, but also for the relationship between Russia and the outside world, in particular, the relatively new Biden administration. Russian penitentiary service says that at the present time the volleys condition is quote. Satisfactory on Wall Street. The Dow down

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"pani" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

06:49 min | 9 months ago

"pani" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

"So i know that assembly and inspection in manufacturing is the name of the game at at bright machines. The bulk of your work there. I wanted to put in context what that process looks like. Now what what is assembly when we think about something like electron ix or medical devices and wise such an important part of of manufacturing today. So if you look at the assembly process there actually is a fair bit of automation in front part of the process but you hear about these millions of people involved in manufacturing so what part of the process of the human beings actually solving and that's typically the back end of the process which is putting things together doing inspection wooding some screws in a memory chip in those kind of activities is aware human beings are involved and so there is a lot of human beings doing these back activities and over the last two to three decades. The strategy of manufacturing efficiency has been around moving be backing of the operations to countries which have lower costs and as we know these days. Various reasons changing demographics trade policies head other uncertainties. You want to manufacturer closer to the consumer and preferences are changing. So what needs to happen is if you want to have the ability to manufacture products in a shorter duration. You need to have automation and you need to have systems that can work across diplo and the ability to move your production facilities across the globe and dot smith automation <unk>. And that's actually right machines. We are trying to solve those losses. Props got into. We'll just we'll just kind of frame up the problem in the process as it is now what i really love to do. In these use cases episodes those of you who are longtime listeners will be aware of this on is we will like to talk about. What's the process. Look and feel like today. and then what's the process look and feel like in terms of where a fit into the the edges in starts to to add value. I'm imagining in my head. Abbot not being fulltime in the manufacturing space. You know we've got a press that will make the actual plastic bits. We've got you know some other shipment of all the little metal. Bits that we're going to need and maybe some of the initial conjoining of the bigger pieces can kind of happen upstream in some big automated robotic processor is flow of materials but then it comes down to putting together little pieces making sure the thing actually works you inspecting to make sure it's not danger damaged in any major way that really is you know i imagine kind of a conveyor belt again this a novice imagination but some kind of a conveyor belt with with the different pieces that i'm working with in my part of the workflow as as a worker and my job is to connect these two things in the items slides down. You know i'm doing my little piece. And then it moves down to the next person and they're doing their piece for example is this is this often what it looks like. Electric's made to get medical devices. Made other things. That need to be assembled now. I think you have described very well. That is pretty much the base process. Obviously they'll be rations on that. Depending on how many units you want to produce how fast you want to produce and there will be fetishistic systems to deal with inherent variability in your competence in the processes and so forth. But what you described is actually the in process and that current process human beings are on one part of the process which is closer to final assembly then on the initial part of the process. Which as you described as much more automated or you have components already available in shape are homeless needs to be assembled at a later stage. Got it okay. This is what it looks like now and we can talk a little bit about where. Ai fits into the mix. I imagine that there have been automation efforts to try to do some of this because it would seem to me abstract the more that we can get done really reliably really quickly and without meeting human hands human attention maybe even human margins of error the better so i imagine companies are working on. How can we have less pieces of the things fit together and we can build a more quickly. And then there's probably another phase where we have some automation of. Can we get a machine to maybe handle. Some of the initial screw is the initial bolts the initial connection conjoining pieces or whatnot. But of course we're you folks are trying to take. It is is a very granular level of almost kind of putting finishing touches on things. Can you walk us through what it looks. Like to apply machine learning and computer vision to this very dextrous tasks but this is just the kind of thing that i think many of us who are aware of the limitations of robotics no to be very very hard sure <hes>. I think or commission obviously exists has existed for quite some time before we get into how they're solving the problem. It's important to understand the limitations of automation even if you was to go down that up. So the automation that typically exists in manufacturing. It's very custom so at some point. The manufacturer chooses to go with the automation solution. There will be a custom designed for that specific product that needs to be assemble and <hes>. The process of doing the design takes time. It is not flexible to handle variants of the product or new product classes. It is sequence in the sense you. I needed to design. Then you need to order the hardware then you program. The robots <unk>. Takes months sometimes even within a year to get the automation solution in place. Now what is the issue there if you do that or one specific product for one specific in the woods your ability to replicate that or move. That is going to be extremely difficult up. Plus you cannot deal with variations in supply chain and your product plus so what is actually good that if it take us back if you have. Zero variance usually go with deterministic approaches. But when you have very the you need solutions and that's the approach taking rare. Can we actually embiid lot of the logic. Insa fair and when i say software it is leveraging machine learning computer vision. It is leveraging the robotics and associated drivers in the cloud. Can we do that so that we are able to actually account for the ability and provide the lippi that automation <hes> requires and that also helps drive a higher. Roi through automations. I don't need to think about depreciating asset automation acid in three to five years. And then selling it for scrap i can actually reuse and leverage lot of the automation i did for up info be and that's our

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Interview With Dr. Abhishek Pani of Bright Machines

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

06:49 min | 9 months ago

Interview With Dr. Abhishek Pani of Bright Machines

"So i know that assembly and inspection in manufacturing is the name of the game at at bright machines. The bulk of your work there. I wanted to put in context what that process looks like. Now what what is assembly when we think about something like electron ix or medical devices and wise such an important part of of manufacturing today. So if you look at the assembly process there actually is a fair bit of automation in front part of the process but you hear about these millions of people involved in manufacturing so what part of the process of the human beings actually solving and that's typically the back end of the process which is putting things together doing inspection wooding some screws in a memory chip in those kind of activities is aware human beings are involved and so there is a lot of human beings doing these back activities and over the last two to three decades. The strategy of manufacturing efficiency has been around moving be backing of the operations to countries which have lower costs and as we know these days. Various reasons changing demographics trade policies head other uncertainties. You want to manufacturer closer to the consumer and preferences are changing. So what needs to happen is if you want to have the ability to manufacture products in a shorter duration. You need to have automation and you need to have systems that can work across diplo and the ability to move your production facilities across the globe and dot smith automation And that's actually right machines. We are trying to solve those losses. Props got into. We'll just we'll just kind of frame up the problem in the process as it is now what i really love to do. In these use cases episodes those of you who are longtime listeners will be aware of this on is we will like to talk about. What's the process. Look and feel like today. and then what's the process look and feel like in terms of where a fit into the the edges in starts to to add value. I'm imagining in my head. Abbot not being fulltime in the manufacturing space. You know we've got a press that will make the actual plastic bits. We've got you know some other shipment of all the little metal. Bits that we're going to need and maybe some of the initial conjoining of the bigger pieces can kind of happen upstream in some big automated robotic processor is flow of materials but then it comes down to putting together little pieces making sure the thing actually works you inspecting to make sure it's not danger damaged in any major way that really is you know i imagine kind of a conveyor belt again this a novice imagination but some kind of a conveyor belt with with the different pieces that i'm working with in my part of the workflow as as a worker and my job is to connect these two things in the items slides down. You know i'm doing my little piece. And then it moves down to the next person and they're doing their piece for example is this is this often what it looks like. Electric's made to get medical devices. Made other things. That need to be assembled now. I think you have described very well. That is pretty much the base process. Obviously they'll be rations on that. Depending on how many units you want to produce how fast you want to produce and there will be fetishistic systems to deal with inherent variability in your competence in the processes and so forth. But what you described is actually the in process and that current process human beings are on one part of the process which is closer to final assembly then on the initial part of the process. Which as you described as much more automated or you have components already available in shape are homeless needs to be assembled at a later stage. Got it okay. This is what it looks like now and we can talk a little bit about where. Ai fits into the mix. I imagine that there have been automation efforts to try to do some of this because it would seem to me abstract the more that we can get done really reliably really quickly and without meeting human hands human attention maybe even human margins of error the better so i imagine companies are working on. How can we have less pieces of the things fit together and we can build a more quickly. And then there's probably another phase where we have some automation of. Can we get a machine to maybe handle. Some of the initial screw is the initial bolts the initial connection conjoining pieces or whatnot. But of course we're you folks are trying to take. It is is a very granular level of almost kind of putting finishing touches on things. Can you walk us through what it looks. Like to apply machine learning and computer vision to this very dextrous tasks but this is just the kind of thing that i think many of us who are aware of the limitations of robotics no to be very very hard sure I think or commission obviously exists has existed for quite some time before we get into how they're solving the problem. It's important to understand the limitations of automation even if you was to go down that up. So the automation that typically exists in manufacturing. It's very custom so at some point. The manufacturer chooses to go with the automation solution. There will be a custom designed for that specific product that needs to be assemble and The process of doing the design takes time. It is not flexible to handle variants of the product or new product classes. It is sequence in the sense you. I needed to design. Then you need to order the hardware then you program. The robots Takes months sometimes even within a year to get the automation solution in place. Now what is the issue there if you do that or one specific product for one specific in the woods your ability to replicate that or move. That is going to be extremely difficult up. Plus you cannot deal with variations in supply chain and your product plus so what is actually good that if it take us back if you have. Zero variance usually go with deterministic approaches. But when you have very the you need solutions and that's the approach taking rare. Can we actually embiid lot of the logic. Insa fair and when i say software it is leveraging machine learning computer vision. It is leveraging the robotics and associated drivers in the cloud. Can we do that so that we are able to actually account for the ability and provide the lippi that automation requires and that also helps drive a higher. Roi through automations. I don't need to think about depreciating asset automation acid in three to five years. And then selling it for scrap i can actually reuse and leverage lot of the automation i did for up info be and that's our

Abbot Assembly
"pani" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

03:32 min | 10 months ago

"pani" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

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Lamar Reveiws - Dead To Me

Bob and Sheri

05:03 min | 1 year ago

Lamar Reveiws - Dead To Me

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The perfect pandemic garden

Native America Calling

06:24 min | 1 year ago

The perfect pandemic garden

"Today. We are going to start off in Santa Fe New Mexico we have James Edwards with us. He is a Powell. Mc and organic gardening student James's Ponti and my pleasure to have him here with us today. James Welcome thank you Tara. Greetings to all your listeners in our friends and relatives out there Hope everybody's staying safe I've been living here in Santa Fe with my family for about seventeen years now I grew up around a traditional and conventional style Gardening early on in my wife. My Grandmother There in Oklahoma My family also was around that quite a bit and just over the years I moved more towards Gardening at home Especially the more I moved into Embracing more of my culture. You know many of us grew up in the suburbs in urban settings and weren't always able to you know to see that first hand you know gardening methods and not realizing the importance of it to our cultures as indigenous people in all these different regions and I Been focusing mainly on organic and natural methods and again in a suburban setting mostly containers So that to be flexible. You know either if you're moving or you know. Taking advantage of the sun a little micro climates in their yard. You know taking into consideration the needs or the different of the different varieties of different types of plants. You know some do well in shade some do well in full sun and learning all those You know different types. Assure important to your success and there's a lot of lessons that come with all of this in James just hearing some of the routes that you have a no pun intended may be a little Pun In this in why gardens are important this year. Do you feel that your garden is something else. Besides just carrying on that knowledge. Yes it's taken on a new importance for myself my family and for a lot of people out there The endemic situation going on the food chain supply Having hiccups having difficulties There are some shortages of you know usually widely available foods in our supermarkets and we tend to rely on that and so- relying on ourselves more. You know in the sense you know is giving that importance and a combination of traditional and modern methods is contributing to our success as gardeners and being able to fill our freezers. The thrown vegetables To can vegetables and fruits. That's the importance cannot be understated at all. I mean it can't be overstated as the importance for food security especially in places out here in the literal desert where there are many food desserts especially on reservations and Some herbs some suburban areas. Some folks have to go a long way to the grocery store. We're lucky that we're close here in Santa Fe to a lot of you know a veil ability for Farmers Markets and supermarkets and a lot of people. Don't have that and so it's as important to me even though we have that availability is just as important as it is to somebody out on the reservation Well away from supplies and food availability. Sure in we're seeing the other side of that of wind supply. Isn't there and so James. Tell me about what you decided to plant this year. How it's going. How early did you start and we WANNA hear Your Garden Story to? You can give us a call. Share your thoughts. Share your stories at one. Eight hundred nine nine six two eight four eight glad James I use a combination of some commercials varieties and traditional varieties heritage varieties. I my family is in possession of several varieties of corn that might try took from Nebraska Oklahoma when we resettled into Indian territory when we got our agency We were very fortunate there. Several families among the Ponti who are in possession of these Koren's of one being called an eagle corn. It's a very sacred corn syrup. Ponti People There's a lot of hard work done through the Panis Preservation Project Under the leadership of deb Echo Hawk to preserve these varieties and now they're freely available tribal members and even trouble members like us who are away from our home area. They sent him in the mail to us and so I am delving more into the three sisters method. This year and traditionally that's been corn beans and squash. They're mutually beneficial companion planting concepts Like the beans give nitrogen to the corn and the squash. The squashed provides shade to keep the soil moist and the corn provides the stocks for the means to grow up. And I know a lot of people are doing this now. It's catching on all across the country. And so I'm using Ponti Blue Corn. I'm using a man Dan vining squash and I'm using black and white beans. That were I believe. Erroneously called Cave beings by some archaeologists who found some traditional being variety grown by the Pueblos here since their ancestral times. And so I. Have you know several different traditional variety working in conjunction to Create these gardens

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'Parks and Recreation' cast reunites for fundraising special

On The Edge With Thayrone

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

'Parks and Recreation' cast reunites for fundraising special

"At least for a little bit NBC announced the cast from parks and recreation are set to reunite for a half hour scripted special airing April thirtieth to benefit reading Americans Copa ninety response fund however she did Jones is these on sorry Nick Offerman Aubrey plaza Chris Pratt's Adam Scott rob Lowe will be back in character for the special and we'll be joined by several guest stars parks and rec finished its seven season run five years ago the show's star polar who won a golden globe for her portrayal as Leslie Knope the head of pani Indiana's parks and recreation

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COVID-19 in Russia: Doctors warn number of cases much higher

Glenn Beck

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

COVID-19 in Russia: Doctors warn number of cases much higher

"Vote Oklahoma has one hundred nine confirm coronavirus cases but don't let the numbers give you a false sense of security Megan bishop explains governor Kevin stead believes the actual number is much higher we know that as we continue to increase our testing capacity we will continue to have an increased number of cases actually I think our number of cases are closer to over five hundred right now they're going to get into the thousands there have been three deaths so far one each in Tulsa pani and Cleveland counties yesterday the governor ordered all nonessential businesses in the nineteen Oklahoma counties reporting a corona virus case to close as of midnight tonight and to remain closed for the next

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Interviewing Kieran Culkin from the Show 'Succession'

Popcorn with Peter Travers

10:29 min | 2 years ago

Interviewing Kieran Culkin from the Show 'Succession'

"I'm thrilled to have Kieran Culkin right here in this chair this one yeah. You've got a couple of people from the show L. in this chair. Haven't you yeah Brian had Nick Brown Bron. I if I had my way I have. Everybody should just bring them all work their way the way where are you gonna go. Here's here's the one who had the Golden Globe nomination. That's true. Did you Robin Thicke. It faces yeah. They were all so mean. They helped me down and kick me in the each one. Just wondering how that happens when you're on a show and then somebody get singled out do they just not mention it or do they say congratulations. Oh they all say congratulations and then. I'm taking off the box like who hasn't said it yet at six. PM Kim Jeremy Strong whereas my congratulations but they could say it in a certain way because none of that none of that none of nobody. It's just good if things happen grace happy if there's like nominations that come in great if they don't great job great like yeah. I think everybody's having a really great time doing it and it's also the kind of show that just feels really collaborative feels like everybody's making this thing so when something like that that happens like the Golden Globe thing happened. It really didn't feel like it was a meeting. It felt like Oh cool. The show got thing and I think that's me trying to be like I didn't and get an emmy nomination but I kind of did because we all we all did. It's all there. You sounded like you had years of therapy when you said that it was just a look I'm still searching for therapists found yeah well. You are from one of the most functional families on television. This is definitely the Roy's or the Kokin okay there's no. I don't know you'd be the best judge who is worse. what's a functional family. They just haven't seen one yeah. I don't know they're all might have moments of functionality but we don't yes and I think with this show. It's a bit like they're not more or less kind of with all their power and money and all that stuff they're still just like like the rest of us equally is thank you can say any. I just wanted to say that you came in saying it sounds rhythmic and melodic coming from Your Lips. It's just incredible but I need the money in Jilin and to set this up because there are still some people that haven't seen succession what I don't talk to them saying they haven't seen it. They're behind behind on season one but now season two comes season one had gotten you know a lot of attention but now people are watching it more. It's got five five emmy nominations including best series so I'm sure your heads are even more huge and yeah you never before amazing racing with the biggest thing ever game of what people see you on the street. Do they recognize you now as Roman. Yeah I've gotten a few of those. and mostly people call me. That's actually happened a lot and it's not it's like I feel like they almost feel like you know Wallace Shawn Being People Oh yelling inconceivable at him when he walks on the street one thinks and they're like the first one to do that right like that. Show you're like. I know that's the show I mean. I realize I don't know but the the guy sure is high saw somebody mistake someone for you and rory said to his it could have been right yeah. I don't think so I would have known and they said there's no succession and I thought again. One of the great great compliment would be new. I haven't heard that one. I feel like they said no you the past when you were hailing a cab today. There's there's Mike that was great but his insults are just golden. They're just wonderful. When Roman says something to you. Yeah it's pretty great just no filter whatever comes comes to the brain and he handled the brother who is going through so many traumas and and is in Rehab and everything is happening and you know he's unshaved unshaved candle. He's looks like this do you help them to create these There's like okay so they write. It and it's pretty horrible. Some of the things things that Roman has to say and then some of the other writers they start throwing alternative lines out there and to my mind I think they would deny this but they get a little competitive with each other about like who can come up with the most horrible thing and then I want to play the game and I like throwing my horrible things that I can say from looking at what the guy dressed and stuff so sometimes. I don't like to let like if I'm insulting the actor. I don't like to let them know when it's mine and when it's there's sometimes if it's too insulting on Mike that wasn't me that we're not. GonNa use uh-huh well good goals. Try to make the extra go along because I have so many questions and I don't WanNa be too inside baseball just because the show's not what about me and it should be what I'm interested in yourself but yes it should but didn't allow but we should see a clip of you so so let's see here. He is Kieran Galkin in succession season two so you're not using. That's me that's me I recognize I yeah yeah look at that your idea to just sit on the yeah. I improvised that sitting up there. How cool probably with the glove in on the water just went right up. Stay saying that it's interesting because but those of you I haven't watched it yet the PEOP- The kids in this family this whatever it is it is an empire. I guess it is all want to take daddy's place place sure what's the case. You can make for Roman don't you. I think in a way he's sort of the most like his dad. which you know. I think that a lot of times makes really quick decisions and sort of just goes with gut sometimes and can be a real Pani. Ask kind of scary and I think Roman has that thing where sometimes if you know you get his attention. He's GonNa rip any. You and it can be a little scary so I don't know. I think there's a case for him. I thank you know he's done but he's smart. I think he knows how to basically a situation to his advantage and his advantages the companies then you know hearing you have this career. I mean everybody remembers you and your brother and home alone and we see that and that was just child actor stuff but I remember you most from Igby. It goes down and I saw that movie. I love the whole movie but what you didn't it was just amazing. Well thank you seemed to disappear yeah what what thousand to two thousand and two then where is he. What did you did dropped off the map kind of did like a bit of a freak out that movie came out when I was twenty and I kind of remember there were like some projects lighting up that I was suddenly being offered offered instead of auditioning for and that was a strange thing and I can't remember who but somebody used the word career and now I have a career. I found myself like twenty. I'm doing it for like fourteen years and never once made that decision for myself and I was like I don't. I never even questioned if this is something I want to do and I kinda just looked out and I think learned that a lot of people around that age kind of freak out about what they wanna do with their lives. I was just already kind of doing it but having having that same freak out at the same time but you're living it I mean because McCauley's started it in your family right. We actually started around the same thing yeah but his his success in home alone and I think the thing with that too is when I've always said that. If you get to witness or experience fame fame like that secondhand you would never pursue it. I don't think that's a nice thing like that's not exactly a nice thing that happened to him. At the age of not not in it wasn't nice for him to walk down the street and people like chase him and stuff. That wasn't that Nice so I'm if I'm sort of figuring this out now in real time. Maybe you're my founded charge anytime. You're great but it's that. I think if I started to find if I'm fit go back now and think about it when I was twenty. I started finding myself to be a little successful in things. We're coming probably had a bit of a panic. Let's roll this back when he tried to get some control over it because I've seen it. Get completely out of control with like a child what was happening in your family. You brought that up before who was saying to all of view you should act. You should be in this well. My father was an actor before I think he actually comes from a family of actors or performers of some kind of sort of like you know glass family type thing I think him and his three siblings all did some to some extent kids and then if I'm remembering correctly and sometimes times again information wrong like the are some neighbors ran over the stage managers of the theater nearby in the neighborhood so I think it got to a point was I was like. Oh we need a kid. I show my neighbor's got seven of them name of sex and age we got take here yeah and my father then kind of pushed that he like took headshots of us in like. I think it was like Rupert Park in New York and sent us on auditions and stuff and it actually kind of happened pretty quickly. You weren't born scarred by the family experience. No I just think it's like not a good relationship with dad no not with that but not not for that reason. He wasn't a good person overall but for that that kind of stuff. I think that was okay. I think at least my experience I actually can't really talk about what the siblings I think. It's funny is growing up at the family. You seven in all seven of us have living in the same place but having very different experiences

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"pani" Discussed on Still Buffering

Still Buffering

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"pani" Discussed on Still Buffering

"But I buy them for that reason. More than in any because I just like I said, I pulled my boob out of my. Well, I don't really. Like, I've ever had much experience watching people breastfeed until you had babies because like I didn't know anyone that was and if anyone was a public didn't really pay attention. I don't know what people think goes on like the baby's using the part of the boob that you have a problem with. So like, you don't see anything the baby's occupying. It also like why are you staring at why are you staring a baby's eating? What is not a spectacle? What other person do you stare at while they eat? Yeah. Weirdo. All eat at restaurants stare at me on eating my sandwich. Like, why are you better? Not makes me comfy. And it's also like, you know, I, Well, I I am in no uncomfortable like being around while you're breastfeeding said, I'm not it's also super easy for me. Not to stare right at you. Because that yeah. I also just don't clear. I can't get my eyes away from the two-thirds of this woman's exposed breasts. Well, that's your Davidge. That is tell it your problem. I tell you I really like I've never asked that how he feels about it. Because I I don't know if I'm ready to have that conversation has the same kind of look on his face every time it happens, especially if he doesn't know when you start because until I go to tell you something notice kind do that dad look who's looks away still talking to you like, oh, well, but I come a long way. Because when when Charlie was first born any I would come in there when I was nursing he would like awkwardly like turn his back to me. Yeah. Or walk just around the corner and talk to me round the corner in the room a wall like oh. Yeah. So like try- trying so hard to be okay with it trying so hard, but he's come a long way. Because now he does. And like he doesn't wanna watch me. Right. But like, neither do I. But at the same time like he still talks to me. And he he just doesn't look at the chest area. And it's no big deal. And I'm fine with that. I don't I mean, I don't need people to watch. Certainly not my dad. I I started only wearing their called. Let's I wear now. But they aren't padded. They are barely lined. They're just like really comfy soft sports bras. And I usually wear them now instead of real bras because I don't get those lines that you get after you wear a real brawl day when it comes to your skin you have to hook him in the back. You have to worry about him getting like adjusting straps or like movement whenever it's just like a nice little like soft half. Undershirt did did either of you ever have what was called a training bra? I did. You know? I don't know if I did I think the only time that like 'cause I was so terrified to talk about anything related to any kind of sex gender anything like that. That was all like, no, go territory between me mom, like we was just like, Nope. Nope. We're not absolute not not happening. So I think like her kind of in way was like when I started playing sports. It was like well, you need us sports bra because that's got the word sports in it. You just need. What here have the never talk about the? Close had. I don't think I ever called them training bras. But I think I did like start wearing bras before I really needed them. Yeah. And like, and I think I mean, this is to be partially like a marketing thing because I would have these Braun Pani sets. Yeah. And it like they matched..

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"pani" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"pani" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"Morgan wasn't twenty four you would be doing lingerie Medicare. Doing lingerie you'd be wearing lingerie would do while doing a Medicaid commercial? Number two. Is this awkward situation? No, I just I feel bad. I don't want. Anyway, because she's so not like that is not how view heard in any way, we've talked to the girls on the show, and they do they are nice and say 'cause you've asked them is Amy more of like, a mom figure or sister figure, and they all said older sister. So Morgan twenty four and she does what did she say Pani Pani Amy does Medicare and you say calcium? Good though. Mahar? You're the best. Now. I'm good. I'm good. It just you know, the Medicare thing guard. I was like, okay. And then you know couple of weeks ago. I had that one. One Email where I that sales people attach me, and then it mean to and I could school down and see the threat, and they're like, you know, what about Amy from Bobby bones show in the next reply from somebody else was like looking for somebody a little younger. Adding up, but I mean. Yeah. Sometime Sometime with with it. it. Sounds like. It's time for the good news. So track down a nurse who helped her as a child when she was fourteen years old, she had a spinal tumor, and she spent four months in the hospital for treatment and one of the nurses who cared for her. During your stay made such an impression on her that now at forty three years old, she searched for her and finally found her thanks to social media. And us just like two thousand people like re tweeted her, you know, her trying to find her, and then yes, she was tracked down and to just like one of the hugger and thank her for everything. She did when she was in the hospitals child. That's a good one there. That was tell me something good. Show down head..

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"pani" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"pani" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Couldn't even get fake laughter. We're arriving at a point where these guys are so bad at this. I might not pay for it and I'm. And I'm pretty sure fills being fed these lines because he's using the bet this is the easiest blink million you'll ever make on both sides because on Twitter and this is this is why Phil join Twitter, like just he got paid the public Tori money to do these tweets on Twitter, and so he signs up on Twitter and Tiger Woods with, you know, the promotion for the match, and he just says it's on at Phil Mickelson. I don't know how long it came up. Five came up with that one. Right? And then Phil responded with again, it's very confusing. Phil responded with, I bet you think this is the easiest nine billion dollars you will ever make, which is, I guess, I guess him sort of building on the previous joker. He said it would be the easiest, ten million dollars that he would ever make. So now he says, I bet you think this is the easiest, nine billion dollars you ever make with a crying laughing emoji which nobody was laughing when they read that and Tiger Woods respond with think you will earn some bragging rights question Mark with the trophy emoji. What does that even mean? What does that even mean? I'm guessing he saying I got a lot of trophies. I'm not sure, and Phil Mickelson wrapping this up nicely. Let's do this with OEMs up of boy with a nice thumbs up that seals it not Locher Stu, got this match needs a promoter, Don King esque. It really does you up for it. I am a for somebody. Throw a water bottle at somebody for the right price. I absolutely up for this because the way you promote this thing is if you feel you say, listen, nine million dollars, but I'm telling you right out on live TV. We're both gonna be one sixty out, and I am going to bet tiger like some ridiculous amount of money and kind of like a like a shame like we're gonna have to dress up on the next hole and some sort of costume something panties. That's how you build this thing because that's what everyone wants to see. Tiger red Pani seventeenth hole, just going at it. That's it. That's how you build up this up telling you they're promoting the wrong thing. First off, you have to terrible promoters and yes for the right price, I will promote this for them if that that will reach out to Tigers agent because of close to landing interview. But Dan can't be here for the because his agent, you know, he's convinced I'm going to be as puppet and I will be, I'll ask him whatever he wants to ask tiger and I'll let it out any controversy. Sial answers that gives damn will do that. But I am telling you what people wanna see if you wanna bring in the non golfing. They wanna see these guys waging their own money and their own shame on certain shots. Like tell me is you're not a huge fan, right? I'm a medium fan, but if you knew the grid of death where are punishments, are we shame are ourselves on national TV if these guys were one fifty out. Okay. At said, tiger there on the seventh hole. Listen, tiger closest to the pin survives, but if you're not closest to the pin on the next hall, eat a cockroach, eat a copy for UT off. What if you make tell me that wouldn't bring people and gamma? Would that bring you into this this golf match. What if Phil had to play an entire whole in a sports bra and no shirt. So there on the seventh hole one fifty out. I was just to the pin, hey, whoever you know, ever loses his bed here. Next whole sports bra, what's so bad about that might do that tomorrow. The man wants more money that wouldn't bring in. Cockroach. I'm just like, you know, they're making bets on cores, hey hundred, fifty grand closer to the pin. And if you lose, you also have to shame yourself before the next show. How much do you have to? How much is it? Do we know how much it is to watch. Honestly had rather watch Connor and Floyd just talking craft each other the whole time, like I don't care about the quality of the golf..

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Prince Harry, Meghan make first public appearance since royal wedding

Mojo in the Morning

01:53 min | 3 years ago

Prince Harry, Meghan make first public appearance since royal wedding

"Eight four four mojo live that's eight four four six six five six five four eight is our telephone number i'm gonna do trendy news this hour just because one of the trending news stories could be the funniest story that we've ever covered on our show and it's a story about a mom who wanted to surprise her son for his graduation with a very nice cake in have decorated with some nice things about all the great things that he did wait till you hear what the store mistakenly road on top of the cake we'll get into that and other trending stories after we give away those drake tickets so eight four four mojo live four four six six five six five four aid be the ninety fifth caller and you can win them right now shannon's dirty on the thirty jannine let's do all of our trending dirty this morning it's shannon's dirty on the thirty swear at some point i will start to win away from talking about the royal family i swear but i'm still kind of on a high from the real wedding and can we just talk about how gorgeous meghan markle looked yesterday during her first event as official royal she was even wearing pantyhose which is royal protocol on her legs it wasn't a celebration of prince charles hey that's the one reason why shannon could never be a royal issue pani imagine she looked stunning regardless but prince harry gave a speech at the event and midway through it he was interrupted by a bee that wouldn't stop flying around his head selfless change whether that is to improve the lives of voters were on the wrong paul like huge protect in particular species under threat he kept his composure version from every day i mean right in his ear how to save inputs that's it's dunham or he wishes i mean i'll have to post.

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"pani" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"pani" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Hello everyone my name is bonnie brown my wife is john i know our names a weird and what we do for a living it's weird i have to tell you what we did the survive was weird because rather than fight indians we went ahead and sold our bodies too home to bonnie's stuffed toys generations of bonnian john's family stuffing toys and selling them to you the prices right why not think of everything we did to come west panis stuffed toys and stuffed animals had spray the spirit of the old west is alive at bonny stuffed animals back back to the fill every show dean wheeler purely guy we haven't talked to in a long time dealer in northern california and this is called this dean has of course we live resorts well it's been a long time to in trying to give we were resorts up and running they had all kinds of of different problems with another dean his just now starting to get everything back to where where it should be dean how are you and welcome to the put it quite a while you mention why fall i've been uh you know uh pursuing a different opportunities with emmer uh emerald as well as making sure that our resort is uh is functioning properly tell me about this is called the postelection getaway it's actually called the post inaugural get away with it was the postelection get away and i hadn't freshened up a copy uh the post inaugural away is for all of us in america to just get away from finally once and for all the politics you know let's face it uh fill view and a lot of the people you know in the margaret a lot of people you know one and i imagine is a lot of folks listening are not maybe as happy as they would be uh with the outcome of the election i mean i'm not gonna sit there and believer all right let's line but what we do is try to help you get over it at uh our our post inaugural i get away and let me have the uh now i said over the menu.

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"pani" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"pani" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Hello everyone my name is bonnie brown my wife is john i know our names a weird and what we do for a living it's weird i have to tell you what we did the survive was weird because rather than fight indians we went ahead and sold our bodies too home to bonnie's stuffed toys generations of bonnian john's family stuffing toys and selling them to you the prices right why not think of everything we did to come west panis stuffed toys and stuffed animals had spray the spirit of the old west is alive at bonny stuffed animals back back to the fill every show dean wheeler purely guy we haven't talked to in a long time dealer in northern california and this is called this dean has of course we live resorts well it's been a long time to in trying to give we were resorts up and running they had all kinds of of different problems with another dean his just now starting to get everything back to where where it should be dean how are you and welcome to the put it quite a while you mention why fall i've been uh you know uh pursuing a different opportunities with emmer uh emerald as well as making sure that our resort is uh is functioning properly tell me about this is called the postelection getaway it's actually called the post inaugural get away with it was the postelection get away and i hadn't freshened up a copy uh the post inaugural away is for all of us in america to just get away from finally once and for all the politics you know let's face it uh fill view and a lot of the people you know in the margaret a lot of people you know one and i imagine is a lot of folks listening are not maybe as happy as they would be uh with the outcome of the election i mean i'm not gonna sit there and believer all right let's line but what we do is try to help you get over it at uh our our post inaugural i get away and let me have the uh now i said over the menu.

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"pani" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"pani" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Hello everyone my name is bonnie brown my wife is john i know our names a weird and what we do for a living it's weird i have to tell you what we did the survive was weird because rather than fight indians we went ahead and sold our bodies too home to bonnie's stuffed toys generations of bonnian john's family stuffing toys and selling them to you the prices right why not think of everything we did to come west panis stuffed toys and stuffed animals had spray the spirit of the old west is alive at bonny stuffed animals back back to the fill every show dean wheeler purely guy we haven't talked to in a long time dealer in northern california and this is called this dean has of course we live resorts well it's been a long time to in trying to give we were resorts up and running they had all kinds of of different problems with another dean his just now starting to get everything back to where where it should be dean how are you and welcome to the put it quite a while you mention why fall i've been uh you know uh pursuing a different opportunities with emmer uh emerald as well as making sure that our resort is uh is functioning properly tell me about this is called the postelection getaway it's actually called the post inaugural get away with it was the postelection get away and i hadn't freshened up a copy uh the post inaugural away is for all of us in america to just get away from finally once and for all the politics you know let's face it uh fill view and a lot of the people you know in the margaret a lot of people you know one and i imagine is a lot of folks listening are not maybe as happy as they would be uh with the outcome of the election i mean i'm not gonna sit there and believer all right let's line but what we do is try to help you get over it at uh our our post inaugural i get away and let me have the uh now i said over the menu.

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"pani" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"pani" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Hello everyone my name is bonnie brown my wife is john i know our names a weird and what we do for a living it's weird i have to tell you what we did the survive was weird because rather than fight indians we went ahead and sold our bodies too home to bonnie's stuffed toys generations of bonnian john's family stuffing toys and selling them to you the prices right why not think of everything we did to come west panis stuffed toys and stuffed animals had spray the spirit of the old west is alive at bonny stuffed animals back back to the fill every show dean wheeler purely guy we haven't talked to in a long time dealer in northern california and this is called this dean has of course we live resorts well it's been a long time to in trying to give we were resorts up and running they had all kinds of of different problems with another dean his just now starting to get everything back to where where it should be dean how are you and welcome to the put it quite a while you mention why fall i've been uh you know uh pursuing a different opportunities with emmer uh emerald as well as making sure that our resort is uh is functioning properly tell me about this is called the postelection getaway it's actually called the post inaugural get away with it was the postelection get away and i hadn't freshened up a copy uh the post inaugural away is for all of us in america to just get away from finally once and for all the politics you know let's face it uh fill view and a lot of the people you know in the margaret a lot of people you know one and i imagine is a lot of folks listening are not maybe as happy as they would be uh with the outcome of the election i mean i'm not gonna sit there and believer all right let's line but what we do is try to help you get over it at uh our our post inaugural i get away and let me have the uh now i said over the menu.

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"pani" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"pani" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Hello everyone my name is bonnie brown my wife is john i know our names a weird and what we do for a living it's weird i have to tell you what we did the survive was weird because rather than fight indians we went ahead and sold our bodies too home to bonnie's stuffed toys generations of bonnian john's family stuffing toys and selling them to you the prices right why not think of everything we did to come west panis stuffed toys and stuffed animals had spray the spirit of the old west is alive at bonny stuffed animals back back to the fill every show dean wheeler purely guy we haven't talked to in a long time dealer in northern california and this is called this dean has of course we live resorts well it's been a long time to in trying to give we were resorts up and running they had all kinds of of different problems with another dean his just now starting to get everything back to where where it should be dean how are you and welcome to the put it quite a while you mention why fall i've been uh you know uh pursuing a different opportunities with emmer uh emerald as well as making sure that our resort is uh is functioning properly tell me about this is called the postelection getaway it's actually called the post inaugural get away with it was the postelection get away and i hadn't freshened up a copy uh the post inaugural away is for all of us in america to just get away from finally once and for all the politics you know let's face it uh fill view and a lot of the people you know in the margaret a lot of people you know one and i imagine is a lot of folks listening are not maybe as happy as they would be uh with the outcome of the election i mean i'm not gonna sit there and believer all right let's line but what we do is try to help you get over it at uh our our post inaugural i get away and let me have the uh now i said over the menu.

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"pani" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"pani" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Hello everyone my name is bonnie brown my wife is john i know our names a weird and what we do for a living it's weird i have to tell you what we did the survive was weird because rather than fight indians we went ahead and sold our bodies too home to bonnie's stuffed toys generations of bonnian john's family stuffing toys and selling them to you the prices right why not think of everything we did to come west panis stuffed toys and stuffed animals had spray the spirit of the old west is alive at bonny stuffed animals back back to the fill every show dean wheeler purely guy we haven't talked to in a long time dealer in northern california and this is called this dean has of course we live resorts well it's been a long time to in trying to give we were resorts up and running they had all kinds of of different problems with another dean his just now starting to get everything back to where where it should be dean how are you and welcome to the put it quite a while you mention why fall i've been uh you know uh pursuing a different opportunities with emmer uh emerald as well as making sure that our resort is uh is functioning properly tell me about this is called the postelection getaway it's actually called the post inaugural get away with it was the postelection get away and i hadn't freshened up a copy uh the post inaugural away is for all of us in america to just get away from finally once and for all the politics you know let's face it uh fill view and a lot of the people you know in the margaret a lot of people you know one and i imagine is a lot of folks listening are not maybe as happy as they would be uh with the outcome of the election i mean i'm not gonna sit there and believer all right let's line but what we do is try to help you get over it at uh our our post inaugural i get away and let me have the uh now i said over the menu.

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"pani" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"pani" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Hello everyone my name is bonnie brown my wife is john i know our names a weird and what we do for a living it's weird i have to tell you what we did the survive was weird because rather than fight indians we went ahead and sold our bodies too home to bonnie's stuffed toys generations of bonnian john's family stuffing toys and selling them to you the prices right why not think of everything we did to come west panis stuffed toys and stuffed animals had spray the spirit of the old west is alive at bonny stuffed animals back back to the fill every show dean wheeler purely guy we haven't talked to in a long time dealer in northern california and this is called this dean has of course we live resorts well it's been a long time to in trying to give we were resorts up and running they had all kinds of of different problems with another dean his just now starting to get everything back to where where it should be dean how are you and welcome to the put it quite a while you mention why fall i've been uh you know uh pursuing a different opportunities with emmer uh emerald as well as making sure that our resort is uh is functioning properly tell me about this is called the postelection getaway it's actually called the post inaugural get away with it was the postelection get away and i hadn't freshened up a copy uh the post inaugural away is for all of us in america to just get away from finally once and for all the politics you know let's face it uh fill view and a lot of the people you know in the margaret a lot of people you know one and i imagine is a lot of folks listening are not maybe as happy as they would be uh with the outcome of the election i mean i'm not gonna sit there and believer all right let's line but what we do is try to help you get over it at uh our our post inaugural i get away and let me have the uh now i said over the menu.

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"pani" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"pani" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Hello everyone my name is bonnie brown my wife is john i know our names a weird and what we do for a living it's weird i have to tell you what we did the survive was weird because rather than fight indians we went ahead and sold our bodies too home to bonnie's stuffed toys generations of bonnian john's family stuffing toys and selling them to you the prices right why not think of everything we did to come west panis stuffed toys and stuffed animals had spray the spirit of the old west is alive at bonny stuffed animals back back to the fill every show dean wheeler purely guy we haven't talked to in a long time dealer in northern california and this is called this dean has of course we live resorts well it's been a long time to in trying to give we were resorts up and running they had all kinds of of different problems with another dean his just now starting to get everything back to where where it should be dean how are you and welcome to the put it quite a while you mention why fall i've been uh you know uh pursuing a different opportunities with emmer uh emerald as well as making sure that our resort is uh is functioning properly tell me about this is called the postelection getaway it's actually called the post inaugural get away with it was the postelection get away and i hadn't freshened up a copy uh the post inaugural away is for all of us in america to just get away from finally once and for all the politics you know let's face it uh fill view and a lot of the people you know in the margaret a lot of people you know one and i imagine is a lot of folks listening are not maybe as happy as they would be uh with the outcome of the election i mean i'm not gonna sit there and believer all right let's line but what we do is try to help you get over it at uh our our post inaugural i get away and let me have the uh now i said over the menu.

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"pani" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"pani" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Hello everyone my name is bonnie brown my wife is john i know our names a weird and what we do for a living it's weird i have to tell you what we did the survive was weird because rather than fight indians we went ahead and sold our bodies too home to bonnie's stuffed toys generations of bonnian john's family stuffing toys and selling them to you the prices right why not think of everything we did to come west panis stuffed toys and stuffed animals had spray the spirit of the old west is alive at bonny stuffed animals back back to the fill every show dean wheeler purely guy we haven't talked to in a long time dealer in northern california and this is called this dean has of course we live resorts well it's been a long time to in trying to give we were resorts up and running they had all kinds of of different problems with another dean his just now starting to get everything back to where where it should be dean how are you and welcome to the put it quite a while you mention why fall i've been uh you know uh pursuing a different opportunities with emmer uh emerald as well as making sure that our resort is uh is functioning properly tell me about this is called the postelection getaway it's actually called the post inaugural get away with it was the postelection get away and i hadn't freshened up a copy uh the post inaugural away is for all of us in america to just get away from finally once and for all the politics you know let's face it uh fill view and a lot of the people you know in the margaret a lot of people you know one and i imagine is a lot of folks listening are not maybe as happy as they would be uh with the outcome of the election i mean i'm not gonna sit there and believer all right let's line but what we do is try to help you get over it at uh our our post inaugural i get away and let me have the uh now i said over the menu.

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"pani" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"pani" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Hello everyone my name is bonnie brown my wife is john i know our names a weird and what we do for a living it's weird i have to tell you what we did the survive was weird because rather than fight indians we went ahead and sold our bodies too home to bonnie's stuffed toys generations of bonnian john's family stuffing toys and selling them to you the prices right why not think of everything we did to come west panis stuffed toys and stuffed animals had spray the spirit of the old west is alive at bonny stuffed animals back back to the fill every show dean wheeler purely guy we haven't talked to in a long time dealer in northern california and this is called this dean has of course we live resorts well it's been a long time to in trying to give we were resorts up and running they had all kinds of of different problems with another dean his just now starting to get everything back to where where it should be dean how are you and welcome to the put it quite a while you mention why fall i've been uh you know uh pursuing a different opportunities with emmer uh emerald as well as making sure that our resort is uh is functioning properly tell me about this is called the postelection getaway it's actually called the post inaugural get away with it was the postelection get away and i hadn't freshened up a copy uh the post inaugural away is for all of us in america to just get away from finally once and for all the politics you know let's face it uh fill view and a lot of the people you know in the margaret a lot of people you know one and i imagine is a lot of folks listening are not maybe as happy as they would be uh with the outcome of the election i mean i'm not gonna sit there and believer all right let's line but what we do is try to help you get over it at uh our our post inaugural i get away and let me have the uh now i said over the menu.

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"pani" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"pani" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Trump put him in his cabinet pani he lied about his his net worth overstating it by by more than two billion dollars i mean for the tricky week four wilbur ross of course he was of these paradise papers it was revealed his various holdings is this where this is all confirmed after exactly on his overnight speights say right yeah exactly so it it was foundry paradise papers that he held dozens of offshore funds and and basically this is a guy who has basically publicly come out in trump's campaign and promised to bring business back to the us so it's quite a big deal that he lied about his it is and it doesn't so the planes that drained swamp narrative from from from trump either what else if you've been found insulin so in other story from the new york times international edition so the at the new louvre museum in abu dhabi is opening its at a joint project between france and the uae and basically it's it's sort of an as soft power story at it all started in two thousand seven when the two countries collaborate and basically the uae is is going to lease the louvre brand t the to an abu dhabi four fatty years i mean it's extraordinary thing these taken than ten years just to get the thing open in our own ross but our own rebound is over there as we speak amone what what the time saint about is it been a success yes so it's opening as i said on saturday in you're right there were five years of delays with face and construction delays technical challenges obviously the collapsing oil prices in the middle east in how by that um and also on on france's pie was quite controversial you know what it will it be too risky to lendl these national has but so far it seems the everything's now going smoothly seventeen french museums museums had ship something like three hundred artworks over there.

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