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"pavel" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:39 min | 2 weeks ago

"pavel" Discussed on KCRW

"Ghost trains. Where is my pal of Pavel? But where is my mind? Where is my Where is my travel? Travel? No. Where is my work? But where is my pal of crazy wit? Skill? Believe me after so I was just beyond the pain to say, too rainy, cold shower that a lady came to ask him to show power. It is not our way past our hours. Tio. I got you, kid. But you know you can get it over and you want to meet him. You want to win and strawberries are nice, but I've got one last job than a mama Qi register. But you know I never exit but I never conviction if you hit me with that, right Every day. My men in like this, but you know You get it? Backed up with a condom on it. She's like this pastor. I just might get you a quick in and stopping in time is my money is ticking, talking, watching, just block and they want everything we've got. You're mine. And I got that big everyday like this.

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Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny in grave but stable condition after suspected poisoning

The World

03:33 min | Last month

Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny in grave but stable condition after suspected poisoning

"Alexei Navalny, the face of Russia's opposition, a lawyer, a politician and a harsh critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin. Today, Navalny isn't an intensive care unit in Siberia. Suspected of poisoning reporter Charles Mains joins us from Moscow Charles How did all this play out and hasn't been established? That someone did indeed. Try to poison navalny? Well, it's still a developing story. And as far as whether you indeed was poisoned or not, is still an open theory, depending on who you talk to. We do know that he was fine home from Tomsk in Siberia back to Moscow. Along the flight. He didn't feel well, which prompted an emergency landing in Omsk not to be confused with Tomsk. Navarone now is actually in a medically induced coma on a respirator at the hospital there. Doctors say he's in serious but stable condition, although their quote fighting for his life Also lets his wife Julia, and his personal doctor now there's well that there were reports have some delays in getting access to Navalny initially with lots of police on the scene, So how did this happen? Have you heard any theories? Will his spokesperson I care? Young. Bush made comments to media here. So she says he just drank some black tea at the airport before the flight, and it's obvious that he was poisoned at that moment. Idea here being that hot liquid was more likely to absorb quickly into his body. You know, In fact, a passenger named Pavel Lebedev took a photo of navalny sitting at the cafe in the airport before he got on the flight. He appeared to be drinking tea and later the two of them ended up on that same flight. Andi. It's interesting that some point heat this level have noticed Howl's coming from the laboratory realized that the cries were coming from Navalny, and he ended up detail ing all this in a post to social media once he touched down in arms. So that was at the airport. What else can you tell us about the suspected poisoning? Is there any talk of a possible suspect or suspects or or a motive? No suspects yet certainly know among Navalny supporters. They find this to be no accident. Not surprising. They think it's politically motivated. Navalny has made his fair share of enemies with Siri's reports on corruption in the highest rungs of the Russian government and off Russian business. He's certainly been attacked numerous times before, including in 2017, when provocateurs doused him with a green dye that partially blinded him for a period. Then again in 2019 when he was exposed to some toxic substance while serving a month prison term, which caused some skin lesions, But he made it. Okay on course, there's this troubling pattern of enemies or perceived enemies. Of the Russian state being poisoned, Attacked, sometimes killed, you know in this prompts this constant debate here over who's really behind them, and specifically whether Vladimir Putin really gains from these brazen attacks on his opponents, and that the Kremlin says they're designed to make Putin look bad, and I want to bring in another voice here. This is Andre Kalashnikov, an analyst with the Moscow Carnegie Center here. Even if Kremlin doesn't know anything involved Squad Strange because it means that this kind of events are uncontrollable. FSB local If his B Saman emus off, no one could do it. Without essentially from Kremlin Now. The other option, says Kalashnikovs that the's orders or indeed, coming from the top from Putin. The point is, we can suspect but never seem to really know and interesting enough. The reaction to today's news from the Kremlin spokesman Was to wish Navalny speedy recovery reporter Charles Mains in Moscow. Thank you very much for this.

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"pavel" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

04:09 min | Last month

"pavel" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"Is Blue Zell and how is it different from other blockchain's? ? <unk> is a decentralized database. . It's a delegated pufus state network and what we found was how came about was when we started a couple of years ago, , we're doing projects for banks and insurers and trying to do the whole thing of enterprise blockchain and. . Try to bring that in and saying, , Hey, , this is where the space is where it's going, , and while we're doing some of those projects. . We realized that okay. . We do. . For example, , today attorney management system for three banks in Singapore. . Great used know. . But then all the data and certain parts of it we had to actually store in a centralized database. . Then we had done in other one for insurance. . Travel Insurance for one of the bigger insurance companies in Asia and that one same thing wait part of this information and what's happening store and centralised database, , and we realize that you're not getting a full decentralized stack. . It's only partial, , and then you know you start thinking about at that time everybody's trying to figure out the decentralize web all the components we. . Realized that our problem been solved if he had a decentralized database behind it. . And that's where we kind of. . That's where it came from. . We dug in more and said, , okay, , that's you want to complete the entire decentralize staff and that's how he basically came together and said, , this is the <unk> player. . This theory we're GONNA play interesting. . So it was when I think of blockchain's generally I, , kind of analogize them with a decentralized database. . Say That about. . Bitcoin. . Decentralized Database which holds ledger information. . And stuff like that. . So. . Is it maybe the the design that makes it the design of Blue Zell makes it more just as secure as Bitcoin like first office. . Is it just as secure as Bitcoin and you know that kind of thing and is it just faster or is it optimized specially to do a certain purpose that you know maybe bitcoin or a theory cannot? ? Yeah. . So it's a different use case. . So when it comes to ledger transactions, , you know blockchain's are great for that. . Just quick information things like that. . But if throwing wheel data, , let's say if you're building a financial product, , can you need to store user information or building a game like profile sessions inventory management? ? You can't really put that on the blockchain because one it would be very slow. . For all that hard data behind it, , and it'd be very expensive I mean look the prices of cerium now. . So what you said was who build a decentralized network database descended database with nodes at strictly are for storing data we get that security that one hundred percent up time of availability is there and you get and you can store large amounts of data edit or even. . Less than half the price of centralized databases. . So it's a different case. . So your transactions, , definitely, , those things at the stadiums create at bitcoin the other blockchain's you keep doing that but the hard data lakeview application and you know, let's , say you're using an APP whether it's Base Camp Mail chimp facebook. . All data has to sit somewhere behind it and that's you put on. . US interesting. . So it's almost like Blue Zell would be a direct competitor. . to any of those data centers that we would see that are be owned by Amazon web servers. . Right or you know we drive past the freeway and we know that there's a big data center over there. . Those are centralized and owned by certain companies right? ? So you're saying. . If a group of people all came together to. . Contribute their computing power to <unk>, , storing in serving files to anybody who calls it then you'll compensate them or somebody will be compensating them in Blues, , L. Tokens. . Right. . Right. . So think of it as AIRBNB. . We've just discovered that, , hey, , there's a lot of people out there with a lot of computer space on on their laptops devices, , xboxes that are sometimes most of the time not used right because everything's really run on the cloud. . So what we're saying is made just give extra room in your apartment. . Extra space on your computer. . To, US , will manage it and we'll have somebody rented. . So

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Decentralized Storage: The Final Frontier, w/ Bluzelle CEO & founder, Pavel Bains

CRYPTO 101

04:09 min | Last month

Decentralized Storage: The Final Frontier, w/ Bluzelle CEO & founder, Pavel Bains

"Is Blue Zell and how is it different from other blockchain's? is a decentralized database. It's a delegated pufus state network and what we found was how came about was when we started a couple of years ago, we're doing projects for banks and insurers and trying to do the whole thing of enterprise blockchain and. Try to bring that in and saying, Hey, this is where the space is where it's going, and while we're doing some of those projects. We realized that okay. We do. For example, today attorney management system for three banks in Singapore. Great used know. But then all the data and certain parts of it we had to actually store in a centralized database. Then we had done in other one for insurance. Travel Insurance for one of the bigger insurance companies in Asia and that one same thing wait part of this information and what's happening store and centralised database, and we realize that you're not getting a full decentralized stack. It's only partial, and then you know you start thinking about at that time everybody's trying to figure out the decentralize web all the components we. Realized that our problem been solved if he had a decentralized database behind it. And that's where we kind of. That's where it came from. We dug in more and said, okay, that's you want to complete the entire decentralize staff and that's how he basically came together and said, this is the player. This theory we're GONNA play interesting. So it was when I think of blockchain's generally I, kind of analogize them with a decentralized database. Say That about. Bitcoin. Decentralized Database which holds ledger information. And stuff like that. So. Is it maybe the the design that makes it the design of Blue Zell makes it more just as secure as Bitcoin like first office. Is it just as secure as Bitcoin and you know that kind of thing and is it just faster or is it optimized specially to do a certain purpose that you know maybe bitcoin or a theory cannot? Yeah. So it's a different use case. So when it comes to ledger transactions, you know blockchain's are great for that. Just quick information things like that. But if throwing wheel data, let's say if you're building a financial product, can you need to store user information or building a game like profile sessions inventory management? You can't really put that on the blockchain because one it would be very slow. For all that hard data behind it, and it'd be very expensive I mean look the prices of cerium now. So what you said was who build a decentralized network database descended database with nodes at strictly are for storing data we get that security that one hundred percent up time of availability is there and you get and you can store large amounts of data edit or even. Less than half the price of centralized databases. So it's a different case. So your transactions, definitely, those things at the stadiums create at bitcoin the other blockchain's you keep doing that but the hard data lakeview application and you know, let's say you're using an APP whether it's Base Camp Mail chimp facebook. All data has to sit somewhere behind it and that's you put on. US interesting. So it's almost like Blue Zell would be a direct competitor. to any of those data centers that we would see that are be owned by Amazon web servers. Right or you know we drive past the freeway and we know that there's a big data center over there. Those are centralized and owned by certain companies right? So you're saying. If a group of people all came together to. Contribute their computing power to storing in serving files to anybody who calls it then you'll compensate them or somebody will be compensating them in Blues, L. Tokens. Right. Right. So think of it as AIRBNB. We've just discovered that, hey, there's a lot of people out there with a lot of computer space on on their laptops devices, xboxes that are sometimes most of the time not used right because everything's really run on the cloud. So what we're saying is made just give extra room in your apartment. Extra space on your computer. To, US will manage it and we'll have somebody rented. So

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Phyllis George, pioneering sportscaster and former Miss America, has died

KHOW Marketplace

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

Phyllis George, pioneering sportscaster and former Miss America, has died

"Phyllis George the former Miss America who became a female sportscasting pioneer has died at the age of seventy A. B. C.'s Thailand has her story she was Miss America in nineteen seventy one four years later Phyllis George joined Brett Musburger an irv cross on the NFL today show despite as she wrote in a two thousand two memoir it was a man's job and a good knowledge she knew nothing about the industry they must be the most resilient came in all of pro sports I think that's the best way you can put it you remember back in the fifty six year old who hosted the entertainment show people and co anchored the CBS morning news her daughter Pavel Ashley brown is a CNN White House correspondent Phyllis George will be remembered as a pioneer who inspired other women to become sportscasters as well as a respected

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Sports Broadcasting Pioneer Phyllis George Dies At 70

At Home with Gary Sullivan

00:40 sec | 4 months ago

Sports Broadcasting Pioneer Phyllis George Dies At 70

"Phyllis George the former Miss America who became a female sportscasting pioneer has died at seventy she was Miss America in nineteen seventy one four years later Phyllis George joined Brett Musburger owner of cross on the NFL today show despite as she wrote in a two thousand two memoir it was a man's job and a good knowledge she knew nothing about the industry they must be the most resilient came in all of pro sports I think that's the best way you can put it you remember back in the fifty six year old who hosted the entertainment show people and co anchored the CBS morning news her daughter Pavel Ashley brown is a CNN White House correspondent Phyllis George will be remembered as a pioneer who inspired other women to become sportscasters as well as a respected

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Pioneering sportscaster Phyllis George dies

Pro-Tech A/C and Heating's Around the House

00:40 sec | 4 months ago

Pioneering sportscaster Phyllis George dies

"A pioneering sportscasters died at the age of seventy A. B. C.'s Todd and has more on the life of Phyllis George she was Miss America in nineteen seventy one four years later Phyllis George joined Brett Musburger owner of cross on the NFL today show despite as she wrote in a two thousand two memoir it was a manager job and a good knowledge she knew nothing about the industry they must be the most resilient team in all of pro sports I think that's the best way you can put it you remember back in the fifties she also hosted the entertainment show people and co anchor the CBS morning news her daughter Pavel Ashley brown is a CNN White House correspondent Phyllis George will be remembered as a pioneer who inspired other women to become sportscasters as well as a respected unitarians

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"pavel" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

The Emma Guns Show

02:25 min | 4 months ago

"pavel" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

"Don't so we can pay through the window. Say Today thank you and I think it's really important that we allow ourselves. Sometimes there are times kyw flip to decide things and there are times. Mason Courtney say yes those things as we can learn a lot from from from nathen on this has been so so wonderful. I've loved having A. Let's get such good vibes. Were you always do and one day? We will get to go to Foam Cup again. I I hope you appreciate getting to tap into Duncan's wisdom and also history which is incredible. Doing you wanted today. Set out today on your terms in a way that makes you happy which is just servants. Firing I think and obviously the links to Dunkin my everything that we just will be in the show notes but Duncan thank you so much for joining me. Thank you so much. It's been lovely. Thank you I really hope you enjoy that compensation. Thank you so much for spending your time with us. I think the thing I really take away from. That was how it doesn't have to be that hard and fast pursuit away dream. It can be gentle. Be Kind it can become. I think we've got Idea in our head or we get projected this idea in in media everywhere that if you you want to follow your dream you've got to be all in and it's got to be at one hundred or pedal to the metal. The time and Dunkin I think is just a really good example of someone. Who's just very calmly methodically. Gently gone towards what he wanted. Unachieved had to be saying those big bright things that you hear people say on the apprentice. Big Sort of VO claims of. I'm GonNa do it you just have. You don't have to be like that about it. You can still be calm and still get what you want to be. Which I think is is the thing I really really came away from this conversation with and thank you so much for listening if you want to get in touch with me about this episode or any other. Why don't you email me them? The beauty po cost gmail.com. You can slide into my. Dm's on instagram and twitter. Where at and the guns? I would love to hear from you if you want to chat about this episode with me and thousands of other listeners of this show them why don't you go to the facebook group linked to join us in the show notes? Which can be found whatever it is that you are streaming and downloading this episode. Thank you so much for your time. I really appreciate you spending it with me and I can't wait. I can't wait to see the next one..

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"pavel" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

The Emma Guns Show

14:15 min | 4 months ago

"pavel" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

"You know Danish kind of things. I felt like a family. And you know he was. I think of the month of not mentioning names. I will mention names in the positive sense because I had a coaching. Russell working with Barrington We working on the film Henry. Jackie which was about the life of Jack. The private With emily sit in right to griffiths and I ended up by Oscar. Nominations beat fulfillment. I was fortunate that I sat next to Barrington through pretty much every night he wrote on that pal whilst who is he's kind of main kind of Always of Assistant to his assistant. So Matt Matt who sick of Wonderful Competitor Design Ryan Now You know he's he's he's Doing Simpson Great. What was in the other word kind of preparing music in quite tight deadline? I sat with enjoying that prices. But what I learned from at prices it was about process but also land that I saw the way on the direct to manage people with people and to this day and You know I had actually spiking Probably about year side but I know if I emailed him picks up side he would be responsive and the why he allowed me to fill when I was nineteen years old. My first job the way I felt around him was just remarkable and the way around. Barrington's Roma for so respected invalid. And they women saw and I remember just before and it was a week before we we shot my heart out an aunt and I just. I just said it's taking me time to get to where I wanted today by. Always think back to my experience on the Jackie at I remember how fell as Paul of Attain Apollo crew. And how you spe- treated me how you welcomed me. How warm you're However this film tons how if at the end of it I believe other people have that experienced than that's the greatest achievement and he was really sweet and humbling his. He's such a lovely man and he was just like on the fact that you've experienced mainstay much. People felt that. Why am I think people did? It was a wonderful experience and I think that for me was mentoring directly People actually in physics physical company from paypal. Don't they think the way you set me met I what people that I would choose to differently the way things have been since And I might very clear decision in my mid twenties said this friends I WANNA go back to this on a and I WANNA wet with people I care about my trust and enjoying. Oc Directly Janko She's a the to adults she's like family and there was an Connection when might treat Albouy pictures of t t partners in garrison and Gavin? He was the first to invest in my And it was actually Gavin. The through a friend of his managed to make janitor rim and started with with his introduction through a mutual friend of days. And and again you know it was that thing that respects in true that grew in so many people not just professionally but since then it become really good friends through that experience and I think. Indirectly your mental. I think the thing is lovely is a great thing in Kabul good will. Hunting has always been a young reasons. I think it came out a time when I started to believe that this is possible. The story these two guys Believing in themselves we'd rather take money and being in because we believe in and an and writing something that they could be as well which was brilliant and it's just a wonderful lady but for me to this day I still stand by this in. I'm yet to be proven I'm yet to see a different. I think Robin Williams is trying to therapists. They're fake is the most accurate other the seen on film or TV. Because I won't It's not as clinical as sometimes they expect East creative is about relationship godless. Done in counseling. I you know I tend to what in will create even more relationship by sway. And he just nailed it because he's unconventional. Sometimes you do have to think outside the box. It is about connecting with the client and the way that the allows you to speak the same language language in and he does that brilliantly. And I think this lovely moment in incurable hunting Ugly these gyna- cafe Talking down a bit and he starts to recount all the stuff from this book and goes. Yeah I read the same book and Yeah you say the ironic thing is you know you spent thousands on an education book in for one dollar fifty or something like who stole and I think if actually you'll mentos new and your especially can come from silently films. I think growing up set Louie watching movies and written As much certain things read that we're will but music music movies have been massive many and we tell us. I mean not just storytelling united. Simony filmmakers I saw the today music wise until Mites Nick Cave Neil. Young taught storytellers. Jenny Mitchell United. You hear stories in them and they're honest nutritional and they're real and the things that have been some of the best lintels as whether the papal physically and we'll directly and the seventy people the respected admire when he made them. Sometimes there they live up to that and sometimes they're very difficult to that. But I think the thing that the people that I've wanted for many years and you know when you touched which before we before hit record you mark. He's someone I've listened to be years and now we have a mutual of love. Didn't care three dates and that's how kind of weak because yes clubs and what an incredibly kind generous man he is and he was incredibly supportive of all film and continues to be to this day. It's for Since it was originally released so I think this is some of that. Us's opinion respects in and then for them to speak their kind of thing. That was lovely. But you're in some ways that was that was the way he thinks about film Very much the way I think about film. I think you know I think that's why as as Christie Find him say a good gauge up. T. For many many years and again so you can be uplifting many many different ways from three different material. They're people in my everyday life. That inspired the mental me. They're all the people at Khalid a mentioned earlier that he already when the Ryan Film Stories Magazine The I think it was about him because he just was sung inspiring and I think he was a massive tiny putting off. Stop believing academic things indifferent by. It wasn't the Away and I was referencing him around Mr Holland's Zyppah Sir Where the people say no not but it's one of my favorite movies in a Richard Dreyfuss. Flavian is just about a teacher who just puts his time into everybody else eventually and finds why by a wonderful moment with him in a least you went into struggling to play the clarinet and he says to a and she wants to give up any During says tell me one thing you love about himself and she says dances. I love my hair because one she says because when dancers loved sunset and he used to play. The sunset plays the clarinet beautifully. And that was that was that was this kind of thing he would say and do and and again. Just recognize that. It's not always about your technical ability. It's about your belief in your reason for doing things and nothing but you never saw the reason you're doing it. And you invest in courses you will achieve it. May sometimes posture titans by not. Sometimes it doesn't mean he's in valley doesn't mean is since nobody full from believe every experience we have is valuable are things in life. I would never want other people to experience and I wouldn't want to experience myself. I'm wants to talk him. We have control over is happened is down. Part OF IS PABLO DNA. What do we do to alone or do we? But how do we use it to help us me fully with misprint and knowledge and I think that sometimes you know I think in terms of mistakes people off the news. At all made a mistake. I made a mistake. I think sometimes too quick to label it mistakes and tons is important to label things as experience will think it frightened frightening is written experienced because familiar mistake is when we do something we realize. It doesn't what for us? We choose to again but if we if we we haven't experienced which is the first experience we saw. That didn't work out and could have done it this why. Why didn't I do this fight? But it's next time a will that that's different. I think sometimes we too quick to say the mistake that role in I am so much through the things. Thank I Ryan Say. Much lending comes through and sometimes will get it it. It'd be for the first time round times it will take his one thousand nine hundred teams yet but we get there. We get because we had those nine civilian will not I two full? I knew I would enjoy having you on the show right. Because you you'll like this in real life in your very calming and life affirming and a nice person to be around but I think the thing that I have taken away from this conversation that I haven't fully understood release spoken previously is how in going off to your goals in going off dream. It doesn't have to be hard aggressive fast or any of those things. It can be gentle calm and nice. Which kind of goes against those viral videos of older people achieving success and that that kind of thing and I thought really for me is the thing that is I mean every single conversation develops blossoms in my brain over time and I take lots of things racist but in the first instance I really feel like that's a real gift that you give an actually is that it doesn't have to be and I think so too. The backdrop of the fall in the film industry is an interesting one because shame that it has to be aggressive and big and loud and Brash end. It doesn't now and I lovely to hear that you feel that way because I do believe there are certainly the people that I've tonight in. This chapter of kind of working in film in such is some moves above the the independence of the other people. The guys with the working biggest cows and things but the independent filmmakers reminds us a wonderful stuff. They really supportive in his New Genesis. Bank botching in that sense sending on the people that I've gravitated towards a really supportive will kind of get behind each other's projects? I with with Significant forget this week. We were food. I mean incredibly incredibly but you know I don't feel that was my for like payments compared to some other independent films that would Independent film woods by Long Way United. Stephen was up there. Shauna was up there being nominated up against Michael Fast Pendulum in Charlotte Bor and renominated Play can and honey and you know they're all these people there and we might..

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"pavel" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

The Emma Guns Show

01:33 min | 4 months ago

"pavel" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

"It like that. I mean you've said that it's changing for the better but when you get beyond the velvet rope as it were and you start working within it. Is it just like any other industry? I think I'm I think the thing I always stand blaze ever industry working. They will be people. You will gravitate towards and connect with others the And that's the same for any set to that the thing that I got into into it on a mine titan and will continue to maintain a to be yourself self an attempt to where mosque in any way and and certainly m BA genuine. I think you will attract people who are similar minded because I think that there are people out that would generally generally care about the industry care about each other. We support each other. I think there is maybe a slight difference. Might be an independent film to be brought buses and the different machines. And there's nothing that the not bif- enjoyable and then buy 'em wonderful environments to be nothing again you had positive negative but. I think I still think I'm brought in. We all were the early stages really. I mean we come back. It's going to an expert. You know. Annex will reduce show unexploited since September that look slightly today sometime next year now. Unfortunately with.

"pavel" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

The Emma Guns Show

09:19 min | 4 months ago

"pavel" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

"Duncan pay so nice to have you on the podcast. Thank you for joining me. Thank you for having me. It's lovely to be honest. Well I think back to. Why started the Magan show and much of it was about finding inspiration in the stories of people behind brands? Because you know my background is as a beauty and as the show was growing it was full a couple of weeks ago it was. It's it's really grown and expanded. But it's never really lost that seed of inspiring stories from inspirational people. And I think your story is wonderful because you are someone who has turned a passion for film into your job and I think a lot of people would probably say feel passionate about films my passion for the Marvel Movies for example. I think should get me into all of the marvel after parties the entire. It doesn't work like that and would be but you have. I think it's extraordinary. So for the context of we'll tell the entire story but in your thirties you wrote a film that went onto a win win awards and that was I. Guess the beginning of You. Starting appro appropriate Film career but the journey has not been. You're someone who did film studies at school and it was always going to be your destiny for a long time. It was something. Did you feel. It was inaccessible. I think I think from a young age is something that always had an interesting and back to the first. Vhs I watched was Indiana Jones. Like an Best friends at school. We were about six years old or whatever it was and his dad worked for radio rentals and he had video play and we watched it and are just remember dislike. It was amazing. Then start watching movies. I I was quite sane some sense any thirty two kid and which we spend a lotta time growing up watching movies. I think always had a love and interest for it didn't really until my maintains con considered that you could actually be something around that and I think even at school. I felt that it was achievable. Because I wasn't academic Necessary like I loved English. Our loved stories and storytelling. But I couldn't advise spend it would be difficult time to kind of get is ideas out. So Yeah I think definitely at the time so inaccessible and it's a passion as well. I think you can say it's interesting. You said they had an interest in it but an interest doesn't mean you can then go on to make a career out of it like I have an interest in being an actress. I'M NOT GONNA go and do it like I never did but what I mean is I think is a real a really interesting moment when an interest become something more. I wonder whether it's because it defines the person in a way. That is just more than a hobby. I think there is. I think they were kind of like several of my supposed to one big one. I think the obviously the biggest one was was when we finally got you know when we finding my decision to to to make But I think before that there were little steps and in between my phone and my fellow hopping the movie that went on to win awards and claim yeah. I mean it's still. Yeah many still during like in. Somebody's would we think about kind of wear and how it was received But I think there was a belief from the start of it when we go into the it would find an audience at I will we? I think Louis always hype. It would have the kind of response it did but tens of believing in what you're doing is the most important thing and working with people that has a similar kind of belief for similar kind of place in time was really really important but I think before then it was a step suspect I mean for a long time as a kid I was very sporty. Played cricket play Connor Representative Cricket from the age of fourteen to twenty six light Different counties I'm when I was younger I thought that would be my cough. That was I was GONNA About I'd say no insane had the opportunity to to came very close to earning a contract to adopt. You can't cricket club and the that had invited me off want to meet be policy plans Between the winter and the summer when he got the sack so y kind of dreams of that way within had a change of personnel and a might have different ideas and it didn't fit and I think probably. That's win even though I played rips into cricket for another five or six years it wasn't with the same kind of mindset. I felt that that was probably win. That shifted and that was way not stop to think about of film and and and such but initially I was working in The Job Oh what can he can stop around that time but Oh side. I mean my very first job was very fortunate in the sense that through my studies. 'cause did eventually find my way. I did today levels. I mean I I struggled through Jesus English I did. I level deceased Idaho say English while the media and that's when I started This can see this happening. And unfortunately tonight the composer balance in Salem through Allegra quickey club and he lived down the road and just was one of those things and Eventually before the ecology of new jobs anew nothing about music at the time I about film using the film. Tv So I went to what for him? What fame for a couple of years and it was my semis experience. I go to see filmmaking. Tv from another point of view clown but offset that I was still kind of still in my twenties steelhead distinct so I went to Australian play cricket so A season Hasso like five seasons effectively inroads off And then it was like that it was almost like that was when I realized that that was how my life is going to pay and it wasn't going to school and then I was kind of had to get into film. Did Not say I'd left the kind of the industry slightly with having Barrington for that time and then ended up. I took some working care so I started doing what. Jump with learning difficulties and special needs and just started to walk in that field for a few years and then went back to London to work in film for Bit I think again. It was You know I had this experience of kind flitting between the things into the point. I think winds up working for a company could make films which is the time was started by Cyber Frost and had this month period. There and I thought that was going to be. This is this is. This is what we're going to happen and it didn't quite work. Count that wife various reasons I left not decisions but I learned a hell of a lot in that time but it wasn't. It didn't go spice to plan. I suppose it didn't. It didn't take me to where I thought it was gonNA Date because was was was far far more important than I thought. Well what? What was the key learning from that experience? I think the thing I realized at that point was festival myself wanted to write secondly how I would want to work and how this kind of relationships at want to build it people You know and also in terms of timing. I might very clear decision around talks about mid twenties that it's a precarious industry and you've got say much of it will come from you and your own. Debbie. You're and hard work in belief and I think that point came.

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"pavel" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

06:36 min | 5 months ago

"pavel" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"Have our eyes open if the difficult time hours or so used to being able to interact? And maybe help or go somewhere. I don't know how you guys are feeling that to me is the most difficult thing is to not to sail. Okay there somewhere. We can go and go help out or pitch in. I guess we're going to have to find ways to do it. In in other methods agree that you know what credit is such a wonderful message. I can. That was interesting. That's the first thing that my wife said to me on on on Day web quarantine cheese and she's we'd put the kids to bed and she was sort of sitting there having teen sort of staring off into space outside the window and I'm like what's the matter she said. I just can't imagine being someone who's in an abusive relationship right now and physically cannot walk out the door. They can't leave. They are forced. And I know that there have been efforts. And I've read about a a bunch. Jeff and as you know for anyone that's been on the forefront of a lot of our communities say they're making efforts to bring places where you can go so I don't anything specific in front of me to point to but my heart goes out to those kind of situations and I think that's something that you know all the different good things that will come out of this environment there are there are equally negative. And that's one I think we can't let go and we have to make sure that you know somebody's there to help and for people who feel helpless relationship where they feel. They can't get out. We gotta find a way to to make sure that there's a place for them to go because at that scares me the as as this turns from three weeks to month or two months. Who knows what it's GonNa be that that'll be something that we have to be on top of for sure. It's it's a fantastic thing you do in coordination with the Edmonton Police. Because the more people that make everybody aware of it or say this is a concern. The more chance there is of something positive getting done absolutely. It's a hard pivot after that however Craig I'm skeptical at Best Lia that there will be any hockey in the upcoming months I've been wrong plenty in my life. I've never wanted to be wrong but this time. I really do want to be wrong. Where are you on this side of the Of the conversation. I'm with you Jeff. I I've been pretty realistic as my wife will tell you I. I'm pretty serious realist. I research I read a lot and look at patterns in things that have gone other. Where other places and right from the beginning of this. It's been a huge concern that you know. I think it's naive for us to think that it'll be any different. I think here in in Canada. We've done a fairly good job as you know in our league in our business were tied to the United States to which I think is is GonNa be on the beginning of of some serious problems. So I'd like to be positive. Jefferson think that You know even two months the span might be enough. But I I'm. I'm actually more concerned about next year. And I know from the League's perspective you know. All the League's ultimately love to see a completion of having the Stanley Cup having the NBA Championship. But I'm at this point quite frankly really nervous about even getting next year on the goal I just think with a look at the timelines from around the world and how this has gone on. I don't see a an opportunity for us to be in a position where you can hold these events and even if you have them without fans in the stands which as you know Elliott that doesn't necessarily create a business model that works for anyone either but even if you're able to do that and then from television perspective I think our ratings would be the best that they've been at any point but I just don't see how you coordinate that and keep the the health and wellness of of all the people involved with it To a level that that's safe enough so jeff I'd love to say you know maybe we'll get a playoff tournament going in August and finish this thing off and then get started in October but man. I hope we're right in that regard but I'm really scared that we might get to September October and still not have a sense of when we could get started. I just decided to look at it this way. I don't think we're GONNA have any idea about where we're going to at least June. Yeah so I'm just saying the best I can to keep saying until the beginning of June to try to enjoy life at home as much as I possibly can and I'll see where we are then because the uncertainties the toughest. But we just don't know forget about the life and death that is at the forefront. I mean that's where every time you have a thought or discussion on sports go well. What does that even matter? You know so. Putting this first and foremost did since the health of people that mattered the most. But if you are looking ahead I think it is important from a mental standpoint to not go into every day going okay while I was going to be over next week or not. I think you're right. Elliot you have to have a long-term scope and just say this is the way it's GonNa be well in you know take July first as a as a reset button and see where we are if you can do that. Then like we just talked about with the kids in school or your activities or your energy or your workouts. Whatever you to say. This is the norm that we have to create a pattern that allows you to be feeling mentally sharp and not depressed to not upset I think that's a hard challenge for everyone in everybody will handle it differently and I think even my mother who's in the Chelsea Park in London who now they're going to quarantine them for another fourteen days and now she's eighty four years old. She's on her own and for the most part her life hadn't changed all that much because she didn't do all that much From a going out perspective but not being able to go to church on Sunday not being able to go down now to have dinner and lunch and you know you worry about someone alone like that and even my sister. Christy lives on her own. You know all of a sudden three months of just sitting in your house by yourself. Talking is out in all those great concern. So I think that's the right mentality. Elliot to just have it in your mind that we gotta look forward to the July area and sort of reevaluate where we're going to be that Craig. We all know your great analysts. I.

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"pavel" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

11:30 min | 5 months ago

"pavel" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"The podcast Elliott as we continue check ins around the sports net in hockey night in Canada Camp. Here's a good news story Greg's Simpson is now a grandfather similar. Welcome the PODCAST and congratulations. How does that feel other than perhaps maybe a little bit old? Yeah well thanks Jeff. Thanks Elliott that you all. It's been a great ray of light and sunshine and for our family everybody involved Dylan in Haley. Welcome Stevie on April first of all as you know as Dylan said to have a baby in the middle of a pandemic on April Fools Day. It's quite a combination but as you can imagine it's you know we're all nervous of how long heard her due date. I believe is today and so To have her a few days earlier Sort of settles. Everybody down. Allow things to happen before it gets worse. So we're all just absolutely thrilled Craig. I'm curious how many people have said to dylan or to Haley that Stevie and thirteen years. We'll be officially called a quarantine. Yeah absolutely yeah. I think there's no question about that. And you know. The uniqueness of them of the whole process hit them. What in like everybody will March Eleventh March Twelfth in that range? Where at all of a sudden it was realized. Okay the Cleveland monsters who he plays. Four Columbus's foreign team had a nine day a trip Plan you know on the road trip so There is a lot of nervousness there he was going to be gone and on the road and not quite as accessible as an NHL player because most of the Times they bust so the fact that that all changed. I think sort of changed their perspective. You can imagine guises in a when you're waiting for your first child. The thoughts of for Haley. Her Mom For Dylan his mom being able to come in and maybe be a part of it than the fact that they ended up just being in isolation on their own on some ways was difficult for them but another I just kept saying Dylan. This is beautiful. It's it's about you too and about you to sharing this moment together and overall you know wet so well and They're just thrilled now. And it's better than sitting in a in an apartment and looking at a five day old all day. You know. There's so much fun. They change every day. So it's a pretty exciting time for both of them You're fifty three years old. You look terrific. I'm almost fifty. I looked like a bag of chips. Like what's it like I? I'm curious I have an eight year old so I I'm not anywhere. Close to becoming a grandparent. But you know I remember my father telling me how excited he was to be a grandfather. But it's weird hearing grandfather harvey in front of Your Name Your Grandfather Craig now. How does that feel? I know while you know what feel very proud. And the year your firstborn was Dylan. The back in nineteen ninety-three into to have him have the first child and be in a position where it hopefully sooner rather than later get to share in the joy of that is amazing and as you know. Elliott in a. We have a six year old as well so sammy is now an aunt which I think is probably more strange for her of is for me. She she kept saying. I'm not sure I WANNA be this ad thing. Dad I'm not sure I can handle that but I'm also having Samantha. This last six years has kept me feeling young and feeling energized and you don't take for granted I think going through it again. You know with another opportunity to have a little one around as giving you the given me anyways the sense of you know. How much different is this time? I'm not in my late Twenties early thirties. I was in my late. Forties early fifties in dealing with the second time around. I think I have a greater appreciation for it. And I can't wait for the opportunity to have a grandchild I mean I even said the Dylan Haley. Jamie and I were looking at the pictures three days later goal. My Gosh like she's changed so much though We have no idea when they get a chance to actually see her but It'll be amazing. How much she would have changed. I just couldn't be happier. It's a This has all been such a change in I. I looked at the timing Jeff Elliot and I thought we have our last game April Force in Toronto and then have a few days before in planning pre planning. I thought I gonNA leave that Sunday. Open to see if maybe even fly into Cleveland and if she is over has arrived get there while it worked perfectly but as we know. That's all that's all out the window. Okay similar me ask you the Canadian question then. Left shot or shot. What is she? She's got to be? A righty I hope. But Dylan. Dylan's a lefty. He's a lefty both in hockey and golf And so you know. He's a unique one in that regard. So maybe those genes will wear off Riley are other sons righty Kennedy or daughters. Righty Samantha's already as well. So I take the writings have a chance. Maybe to win out. You know what I thought you're GONNA ask when she's able to play for. The Olympic Team Michigan to play for the US. All that's true. Yes got an American good one Canadian Dad and born in the USA so that that that will be an interesting intriguing time so We got lots of time to sink in. We'll have to see where it leads to for sure will simmer. Just what's yeah? What's keeping you busy? Yeah while as we sit and talk. Now we have our scheduled I'm officially now a grade one teacher and he's having an. I will start our grade one class in we usually go for about an hour and then have a little lunch break in an hour or another half hour forty five minutes and then go outside for quote unquote recess. We've just tried as best we can to. You know. Make some routine found early on. You know this all happened for us. I'm not sure what your schooling was in In Ontario but our spring break was the twenty third week and so we had the week before when we didn't Go everything was closed off and then we had spring break. So we've Kinda take a little departure from getting back into the school and just found that you know the kids love some free time but they also are really struggling a bit without having that routine and you take for granted. You know Jesse's in grade seven he's twelve and a half years old and just missing the fact of going to school every day in interacting and working and having some real regiment to your day I think everybody from whom I've talked to in the other families you know you. Maybe took that for granted just how important that was for the kids routine in their mental health. So we've tried in the last seven to ten days to get on more of a schedule and just get them into the mindset of you know. Even at times with Samantha Right. Now she's GonNa Dad. Can I sit on your lap? And did I go hon? Were in school right now. Known you we got another fourteen hours where you can be cuddling sitting on me and watching something but again just trying to get them back to some normalcy. So it's been challenging. I must say I have an incredible amount of respect My our daughter. Kennedy is a teacher and she got a placement literally in the last two weeks before the Everything was canceled but they've kept her on and she's doing online teaching and I'm really impressed. With how the schools have tried to handle it and tried to bring some normalcy. And try to help families you know. We're we're very fortunate that we have lots of space. We have lots of technology to do things with the kids. The thing I'm concerned how many families who don't have that in are struggling to keep the kids busy. A small enclosed area without the kind of you know means having communication. I think that to me is probably the biggest fear and we don't take that for granted all here the the situation where you know. I think Craig that so well said because we're lucky to like our school it gives given Max Three online classes a day which makes a huge difference. And it's the same rules for us like you have to prepare from nine. Am to three PM. You're in school the whole day and your task Nascar then. We're not giving her that log. Spring he gets break like no video games no IPAD during that time and now. The weather's gotten a bit better so we can go outside and we can play catch and we played some cornhole this morning. But generally I don't know about you but I'm correct like from nine to three. We try to act like we're in school as much as possible and thank goodness. They provided some online courses for it. You know you know I live in Edmonton. Gosh the last two days. We've had snowfalls. I'm looking I'm looking out my front. I've got abode three and a half feet of snow on our front yard. That's still got to go and huge mound. So that's been a challenge as well. I think the the weather you know my Younger Son Riley who's finishing up at asu online in a Arizona State. I'm looking at him and he's facetime in me and it's like thirty degrees and sitting outside while at least you can go in the backyard and enjoy the weather. That's been a challenge year West because the weather has been you know not really turn and I think what that does at least now. Our property in our backyard becomes open. I don't know if you saw earlier. We posted Jesse and Sammy had little Ski Hill. Going down the back side so they made the best of our environment. And I think that's what's important but you know the thing guys that really concerns me the most and you know not to be too somber and serious note but Jamie and I have talked so much of you know not under estimating how difficult is there are so many families that you know. My worry is domestic violence and kids who have been in tough situations. Now who are stock can families who are stress than mother and father who are struggling to make ends meet and if we can do anything around our society is to try to protect those in. This is going to be for me guys. The biggest challenge going forward is to protect some of those who can't be protected themselves and I talked with the business friend. Edmonton is talking with the chief of police in no sadly one of their biggest things need not one of the biggest thing they're dealing with now is domestic incidents and that's one of the things that it's just flooding into their network. And so you know that concerns me alive. I think we have to be aware that..

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"pavel" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

07:11 min | 5 months ago

"pavel" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"No wool. Explain the story around a so. Okay well it looks like in this story all right sure. There's a there's a. There's a few in there but it's a great pitcher great product I think. Part of being a General Manager you got to sell a little bit when it comes time to try to get a deal down here to negotiate a contract so we've all got a little bit of salesman when you become a manager in the league you got a little bit of salesman and you I love that answer and can Thank you so much for your time before we let you go one question because you mentioned Sergei Federov A couple of moments ago. He's come up a couple of different times in the interview And I asked you about writing a book before one thing that I would love to know. If Ken Hall on ever wrote a book I was told that a nineteen eighty-nine after Detroit took Sergei Federov fourth-round. I think it was either in the fifth where you guys took Akasha believe or in the fifth. We took Dallas Drake. There was some discussion at the table about taking Pavel burry. How close were Detroit to getting both Federer off and Beret at the draft We were going to take ray on her. Fifth picks a meal Smith. The chief scout walked up to the desk central scowling desk and asked if it was a different time we know all that now and they had told come back to the table and said if we take pavel burry. It's going to be an ineligible pick. We took somebody else and then Christopher Rostrum who was eropean. Scott spent the next thirty five minutes convincing. Jim Devil Anna when Neil Smith to take burry because he had to play I think seven or nine games in the Russian men's leaked to be eligible for any rounds and if he played last he was only in the three first three rounds. We were GONNA take on pick six and two picks before we picked Vancouver. Took them improved? What Christa Rostrum was convincing us. That we could so it would have been something else Federov and Berry but we did take. Constantine of in the eleventh round. Certainly that eighty nine draft for the red wings getting Constantina Drums Federer of all in the same draft he added added to Steve. Eisman really changed the fortunes and the history of hockey in Detroit Sir. Twenty years so would have been nice to have the two of them together but feel fortunate with all the ones. That's all the players we did. Get three in your book can. Yeah that'd be very started scouting and eighty five eighty six so I went to the world junior championships in Alaska that year and they had a line of burry. Fedor oven mogilny and They were dancing. They won the gold medal. At the first time I'd ever seen all those players play and the great job by Neil Smith and KRISTA rostrum those the two people responsible for Nicholas Being drafted in the third round by the by the Detroit Red Wings so Meal Smith did a fabulous job as the chief scout the Detroit redwings and then obviously went onto a wonderful career with the New York Rangers. So that story definitely's GonNa go on the book. It was a great day for the REDWING FRANCHISE. I had a bit part Neil Smith Than Jim. Devlin KRISTA rostrum had the lead parts. Great Stories Listen. You've parked a Lotta time for us today. Thank you so much. This has been a delight. Thanks so much. Thanks guys all right Elliot. Everybody wants to know because it is a great one. What's the vacuum cleaner story? So Ken Holland's last year is a pro was eighty four eighty five. He played four. Nhl Games he was drafted by the police in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy five. Who did he play for the American Hockey League Adirondack First Broome county dusters the broome county dusters in the broome dusters and then he went to Hartford's organization where he played one game. And then you went to Detroit where he played his last three and his last season was eighty forty five. He was a member of the Adirondack Red Wings and it wasn't going anywhere for him and he was deciding the next phase of his life and at that time also he's coming up on being thirty years old so his mother wanted him to be a vacuum cleaner salesman. She sent him an and she also promised him to be her first sale. He's thinking about it and basically what happened was the red wings. Made them the offer to become a western Canada scout and that's where his career as executive began. But that's how close he was to becoming a vacuum salesman. And that's why I asked the question. I think he was also pitched. At a number of people from his family would buy vacuums. Like five or six people are already lined up to buy vacuums. We had a base to start working from that. This they really wanted Ken to sell vacuums. And get out of this crazy Hockey lifestyle. Great story you know. It was on that broome county team by the way and that was a slugging. Lee. Paul Stewart was Was was on that team. I remember talking to We there's some which you get on. The podcast has H on pause right now for great stories because he was the first one to tell me about Ken. as a goaltender in the In the minors through it'd be a great guest. Thanks Ken Holland for stopping by the podcast today and thanks to the Edmonton oilers. For making him available we turn our attention now to one of our own Eliot Friedman. I'll tell you what Craig Simpson and Jim Houston mentioned. Jim Going back to that. Eighty four game on Global Sports Sault greyhounds in Oshawa generals Jim Houston and Craig. Simpson have been mainstays on hockey night in Canada. For a number of years The are the Cadillac Broadcast Cruz. Born I think Craig Simpson. I think of someone that took so much physical punishment in the NHL just to stay just to stay in the game. And I think of someone who probably spent far too long in physical pain then. He should've considering how skilled hockey player. He was our colleague. Craig Simpson when I say that name. What comes the Elliott? Friedman's mind? We did a piece on preparing for the play offs years ago and we talked to the equipment guys in Edmonton who obviously were very well known. Berry Stafford being one of them and he talked about all of the extra padding that he had to put underneath of Craig's Simpson's Jersey because they knew the abuse that he was to take in front of the net and that was one of the things he really talked about was how much extra work he had to do with Simpson stuff so he would be able to withstand the punishment. So when I think of Craig I think of that conversation Craig. Simpson has a lot of different titles and has had a lot of different titles In his time player broadcaster father. But he's added another title. Let's find out what that is. Here's Craig Simpson.

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"pavel" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

10:52 min | 5 months ago

"pavel" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"Coach tip it Broke them up and had Leeann centering one line connor centering other lines. So you got to superstars and you and you can do so many things with them that I feel so fortunate to be manager of a team that has to play twenty three and twenty four years old just turned twenty three and twenty four late slate last year and early this year so the best years are still ahead of them and Both great great players. I wouldn't WanNa have a vote but I feel very very fortunate to be able to manage a team that both are on the team. Can I want to ask about you? Blue Line and you talked about players like you know Evan. Bouchard in Phila- Broberg a couple of seconds ago and those players that are on the horizon two players on your Blue Line this season. I think really moved that Blue Line along. Maybe considerate found money. Maybe they're right on track. I'm not sure where you had them in your mind. But in your words what did Ethan Bear and Caleb Jones do this back in the season well Jeff great question when I took over here on? May the six and met with the people here. They talked about Ethan Bear Caleb Jones William Legacies and the way Bouchard had played so I think we had seven players defense on one way contracts. I wanted to create an opportunity so and also we needed some caps basically by sequeira and he went from five five. Kept number two to five on a BIOS. We opened up three million dollars of cap space which we went out and signed some three four. Reads it around a million bucks and then we went to training camp and early on Ethan Bear. Sorta grabbed out spot and found some chemistry found real good chemistry with Darnell nurse and he's been top four minutes all year long in some. He's been in our top two in terms of minutes played so And then when the cleft got injured in February or whatever. We're losing the guy that was playing the most minutes on our team. You're never really sure. Caleb Jones stepped in there and played in our top four and played great. So I think you've nailed it. You know great job by the order scouts from the past if you think about think. I'm not sure what you're around four five and six. They took their Jones and Marino. Unfortunately we couldn't sign Marina. We traded him to Pittsburgh. But you got three. Nhl Defense but in round four five and six of great job by the by the order scouts in a pass drafting in order to be competitive a salary cap world. You gotTa have a push of young kids for a variety reasons but obviously you need some players on the team that can really contribute either. They're on entry level contracts with Iran. Low second contracts and. That's what certainly what what Ethan Beer ditz rest and also also Caleb Jones so both. They're young mobile PUCK MOVING DEFENSEMAN AUTHOR. Competitive Kayla. Jones is really. He played left defense or right defense. We played them quite a bit on defense at times. When you got a guy that can play left and right now. You can carry seven cents. But if you've got a defense when you're comfortable playing right or left. Carrie meek defense just because if you lose a righty. He can slight overweight. If you lose a left he can slide over on the left. So certainly Caleb gives us some versatility in some depth the not only for this year but heading into next year but very good surprises for the Edmonton oilers. Pleasant surprises for me. It's I'm just curious about your relationship with mcdavid. You know you start and we find out he's got this significant injury which he battles very impressively from to get back but one thing I've heard is that you've really worked hard on creating a relationship with him through his agent Jeff Jackson because you know you recognize his importance and you recognize the two of. You are going to have to do this together. How do you go about that? How does your relationship work? First off? Coach Tippett talks to Connor. Everyday you know and I know he talks to. Leeann one of the things that I've been in the world that we live in today the communication between the coach and the player and you're top players so important and it's one of Dave Tippett strengths as a coach Mike. Managing Salafi really is. I want the players to understand the coaches their direct. He's they're bossy up the ice time he makes the line combinations. Since I'm in charge of the twenty three man rosters as. Who's on the team? I work with the coach and talk about it but I think it's important that the players understand that. The coaches got the authority to play people. Lots or not play people as much so my relationship with connor is. I'm not talking to him on an everyday basis. I talked to him over. The course of the year St Nicholas terms that are bird with the three captains that I had in Detroit three or four times a year. I'd have a called a business. Meteoric call him in and we talk about leading up to July for leading up to the draft. Get The captain's opinion abode or the end of the season when our season was over shortly thereafter spent two or three hours one day getting the captain's perspective as to what he thinks are team heading into the offseason as you during the season. If you're floundering at some point time maybe get a get a feeling. Certainly two or three weeks before the trade deadline to meet with the captain to get his opinion. I have talked a lot to Jeff Jackson not as much to connor but enough to connor and know what he's thinking I know what But his thoughts are about the team and you know talk a little bit but at the end of the day the person that has done a great job of building up a really everyday relationship with connor is Dave Tip Bob. Gainey wants An interview talked-about handling different players and he said You'RE GONNA be a pretty dismal team if you don't have any difficult players to handle because good players are not easy to handle in your experience now with Edmonson and of course previous with Detroit. Is that an accurate statement. I ANYTHING BOB GAINEY SAYS I agree with the guy's been a managers meant he's in his vision and and I mean he was talking about things in the game fifteen years ago that we're doing today at the managers level soul dealing with top players. You know first off. It's to coach. You get back to the coaches is there every day in the coaches got A. There's a fine line between pushing and pulling back and trying to figure out a way to get the most out of each individual player and then the team. I think most if not all the best players that I've dealt with either in in Edmonton in Detroit. They WANNA win. They're motivated to win. They push in. What makes them great number one? Obviously their skillset. They've got a great skill set. But what separates them to go to? The upper tier is the mental toughness. The determination the desire to be better than everybody else and so. You got a harness that the coach the manager have to make sure that it's harnessed. I kind of think back to the relationship between Steve Eisenman and Scotty Bowman and house. Steve wanted to win. Scotty wanted the team to play a certain way. When Steve was all in everybody else was all in so. I just think that the great young players coming through peewee and through Banham and through midget and through whether it's college or Europe or major junior hockey they've been superstars and they continue to be superstars. Now they're gonNA come in. They might play a little bit less ice time where you want them to make adjustments to their game and that's where you gotta communicate and work that player but the great players. They're great for reason. And certainly you got to be very respectful of their skill. Set of their determination of what they want to accomplish. Because the bottom line is they want the same thing that we do they wanNA THEY WANNA win. We got us. Make sure that everybody is on the same page. Because ultimately it is a team and We have to win as a team. Everybody's got a different role. Bigger roles lesser roles. It needs to be a team can win you. I met with the oilers as a group at the beginning of training camp this year. Some people have told me you gave a really good talk about how Detroit was once a down team and how they built themselves into a champion and a number of people who are in that room and they told me I could never say who they were said. It was a really inspiring excellent speech that explained to everybody how it was going to happen and how important everybody was. Can you give us an idea of what you told them? When I knew that was near the end in Detroit for me they know Steve is minute. Step down and I talked to Chris. I I just know it's time you. I just knew it was time. I had an unbelievable run and I wasn't sure where I was going with my career. The Owners in Detroit Mississippi Chris me an incredible offer to stay there as senior vice president and I talked to Steve. Steve wanted me to stay and I had to decide. If that's certainly a possibility because I'd been with the Red Wings for thirty six years and then when this opportunity came and I met with Bob. Nicholson talked about going to going to Edmonton. You know everybody's in the game. I think I thas speech theory. We're all in the game. We want to win the Stanley Cup or compete for the Stanley Cup. And you WANNA BELIEVE. You've got a chance if you play your very best. That is good enough to be better than everybody else. In the last three years in Detroit we had missed the playoffs and we have twenty five years making the playoffs and when you make the playoffs you got a chance and then and I just talked about the building of of the redwings late eighties. Early nineties how we built into a team. And you know the confidence that I just. You know for me personally. I I haven't been you know talked about how exciting and dino they know from two years ago when they think the beat San Jose in the first round and lost Anaheim. How exciting the playoffs are you want to be in that tournament every year? How every city you know you watch the Stanley Cup playoffs in the final four in the finals and you see people outside the building in the people on the streets and there and it's overflowing in the energy of the city and I remember when Edmonton knocked us out no five zero six one hundred twenty five one hundred twenty six points out game six. Thank you remember game six. We were up one nothing after two periods and then they scored to make it one one and then there was just an onslaught of the motion from the fans pouring out and and the orders cranked it up and then they knocked Stanley Cup. Playoff.

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"pavel" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

12:35 min | 5 months ago

"pavel" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"Are you Dana White? You saw that right. Yes he's coming up with. Us coming up with with more the the updated reality version of mortal Kombat who would be the NHL's subzero. Ooh great question. That's a great question for twitter. That's a good point. Jeff we can let the twitter's answer who the NHL version of sub zero is the wrestlemainia ratings. Were apparently really good. I haven't seen them. I was told that no surprise. I watched it. I go up and down resting but I watched it ache because there's not much else to watch and be because I wanted to see what they would do you know. How can you make something that has your atmosphere taken away entertaining and exciting and I think those guys deserve a lot of credit? I thought they did the best that they absolutely could. But like I look at the USC thing and I look at the wwe ratings. As I've been told they are when we're hearing that. Mlb WANTS TO START UP AND MAY IN PHOENIX. Which I think is a crazy plan. I don't think they're going to be able to do that at all. But I understand why everybody's saying we have to be ready when we're allowed to do it because people are going to be starving for something to watch and the moment you're told you're allowed to do it you're GonNa have to flick your switch like that you have the captive audience and you have. C. is going forward with UFC. Two forty nine Tony Ferguson. And just engage he. The car looks really good. I'll just be blunt. Looks like a really good card. On on April the eighteenth era going forward with it. We saw Dana White deer point musing about fighter island Mortal Kombat Island. Whatever you WANNA call it and flying fighters in putting on fights Every week because you know that you will have a captive audience right now. The you have sports fans right now. That are thirsty for anything right now. Just give us something new baseball fans football fans basketball FANS HOCKEY FANS NASCAR. Whatever gives us something and we will go. You will have everybody's attention so I'm not surprised. Wrestlemanias numbers are good. I won't be surprised if you have see to. Forty nine with Ferguson engage. He does a tremendous number for. Ufc people are starved for something. Which is why. This should not be surprised if anybody if you're then just for the purposes of this podcast carried Batman Commissioner of the NHL. Of course you're marveling for different scenarios. What happens if we can come back on the first of June? What happens if it's the first of July the first of August the first of September I would imagine there's a number of different models because to your point when the health authorities say that it's safe to go back to work to go back to play to resume your league. You know when when the merit amityville says it's okay to go back into the water. They WANNA be ready and they want to be able to maximize right away because people are coming out this thing thirsty. I think that's all true. I think that's all true now. One thing I just wanted to mention so the other night we talked about how North Dakota's on the list of places they could potentially play this and one of the issues there is going to be hotels. There simply is not the infrastructure hotel wise to do it so that is the big strike against it but they're arena is spectacular. If you've ever been there or you know it it's beautiful and dabbled lords marble floors Elliott. It's makes total sense. It could house several teams but wouldn't all be North Dakota. Maybe it was my fault for not writing it clear enough. I did put in more than one site would need to be done but people seem to read it as it's all going to be there. It wouldn't all be there. There would be multiple sites. I don't know four or six or eight or whatever but there would be multiple sites that way that it would determine the runoff to the Stanley Cup final. If we could have it but this is completely out of everybody's hands we'RE NOT GONNA LIKE JEFF. Like I've said this we're not gonNA wait 'til May or June what we're capable of doing. I duNNo. I remain skeptical to the point about I. I would be concerned about next season. Jeff this is an optimistic podcast. I'm getting two down. I'm getting too cynical now. I don't want Downer Jeff. Here this is an optimistic podcast. Now look people out. There are listeners out there. We know it's tough and I don't want to make light of that in any way shape or form but I just believe because the way I live my life is you have to believe that at some point the best is going to happen. That's the way I have to live and I realize it's not in the short term like I think Major League Baseball saying May is not realistic. But I think we have to understand that we don't know anything until the end of May beginning of June and then we'll see and Jeff. You might turn out to be right doctor. Negative may turn out to be right but until I know okay. I'm hoping for the best. Okay you know what you know. What's positive through all of this because we've all had a lot of time now on our hands go investigate vintage games to watch rewind events godown. U2 wormholes that you can't win the hockey season his odd because there are always games on every single night and and we watched them and you watch them as well gentle listener Nord. I watched yesterday. What's at. Oh Shell rewind. So the old Andrea Hockey League's rewind shows is so good. I LOVE THE WAY. It's packaged up to to do an. Oa Shell rewind so. I watched from nineteen eighty four. And I'm going somewhere this and you're gonna like so nineteen eighty-four Sault Sainte Marie greyhounds coach by Terry Crisp Facing off against the Oshawa generals. Paul -Tario the bench bossier Sherry Bassin. is the general manager the host of the entire affair census broadcast on global. Is Mike Anthem? And how love Mike Askham and the play by play. Color commentary booth. Is You want to venture a guess. Somebody we know right. Gary Green is the analysts. Wow play-by-play is a very young. But so polished already. Paul Romanek Jim Houston for more on the two teams. Let's go upstairs to our broadcast colleagues. Jim Houston Gary. Hello again everyone. Gary puts US UP AND TERRY CRISPS position today You played on Thursday night. You're the bus down to Kingston and played on Friday night. Third game three days against a team. Like Oshawa how you GONNA play today? Jim Houston Elliott. It's solely we could have had him on this podcast. If we this well he'll come on next week. We're going to have to have huey come on and talk to US soon. Aw from eighty four. Even though ric talking Wilson the game for the Greyhounds was still a pretty good game craig. Simpson will be joining us here in little while Who YOU WATCH. And listen to alongside Jim Houston our our lead crew from hockey night in Canada Gary Lawless will be aboard as well. We'll talk to the mayor of Hockey Vegas. I think is what I've settled on for For his title as well so we talk to him and Ken Holland the General Manager of the Edmonton oilers Will drop by for a pretty interesting conversation. You really going to like this one. But that's what I that's the one find that I've stumbled across so far online. Oh L. Rewind greyhounds generals. Mike answer them. Jim Houston and Gary Green. What a Godsend Fridge. How you well first of all. I think that would be incredible to watch I. I remember Jack Miller calling a lot of those. Oh He sure is a lot of those games out there with the legendary Belleville play by play voice absolutely okay so I have to say that. I don't remember those games but I will take a look. That's a good one. You Know Jeff I got to tell you I'm getting tired of television in what sense. I- bishops watching so much of it. I've watched homeland to catch up with it. I've watched a couple of our classic games to watch them. I watched a couple of the watch parties to watch them in support our group. I want to be supportive of the stuff. They're sports to employees are doing. But I have to tell you. I'm getting tired of looking at screens. I really am and I get tired of it a lot in general but now particularly. I'm having trouble. I'm just like in front of the TV again. I'm really actually struggling with that so I'm trying to do some more reading The weather's getting better in Toronto. I took an hour long bike ride yesterday. I am trying to find some other things to do because I admit I'm struggling with the amount of TV. That I'm watching and I really feel that. They've hit by saturation point. You're still working out though. Are you yeah working out riding your bike? You're reading. What am I missing here? That's good yeah no no no. I know it is good but I've also been doing a like a lot of work. I'm working on a couple of projects of the podcast so but I'm just saying that like I'm getting tired of the television. I don't know of anybody else is getting this right now but I'm getting tired of the TV I don't watch until the evening right now because we have a a nightly routine now with the kids After three rolled goes down I'll make a little bit of supper for me and my wife and we will sit down with our two boys ten and eight and you let me know whether this is good. Parenting or knots K so. I've never seen the walking dead series ever and our kids are fascinated by zombies. So last week we started episode one season one of the walking dead and we'll watch usually two sometimes three episodes before the kids go to bed. I thought there would be nightmares. I thought there would be. I can't sleep dad but there hasn't been quite the opposite has happened will my wife and I beyond the cover of next month's edition of today's parent magazine Elliott. You see I have to tell you that I think in this day and age. There's no such thing as bad parenting. There's no such thing as bad parenting are there is. There is bad parenting. I think now all the kids are home. Everybody you know. What if if walking dead gets you through and I got no problem with that would if I may or may not have told the kids at the beginning of episode one that were showing you this because we want you to know where all this heading with that make me a bad parent Deli. That might scare them a little bit the Alta. I played cornhole with Max Today. What is that Cornell's when you throw the beanbags into the ground okay? So he was getting mad because I kept on making him shoot from farther because I want him to improve his aim like he can hit from close. But you know you WANNA make it more of a challenge and he was missing for a while which is okay like I. Don't give up on them. I want them to learn. He'll practice. It'll get better. I'm good with that. But boy he was starting to get really frustrated and really mad and he wanted to go in and I wouldn't let him in for a while and That was what I was planning to watch her. This was bad parenting and I wasn't even getting matter of like you know. Hey as long as you try and give it a good effort you'll figure it out eventually. I think that might be. I think forcing your son to play cornhole. When he's on a losing streak is worse than having them. Watch the walking dead. I HAVE AAA hockey. Kids you WANNA see bad parenting. Come to the ring. Trust me on that will kick it off Thirty one thoughts the podcast presented by GMC. Sierra okay welcome to the podcast of your favorite parents Elliott Friedman Yours truly. Geoff Merrick before.

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The European Drinker

Big Book Podcast

09:53 min | 7 months ago

The European Drinker

"Welcome back my friends to the big book podcast. My name is Howard and I'm an alcoholic sober since nineteen eighty eight one day at a time in this episode the third story in the personal story section of the first edition of alcoholics anonymous published in nineteen thirty nine. It's entitled the European Drinker. The story was also published in the second and third editions of the Big Book but does not appear in the fourth edition and now the European Drinker Preface. Beer and wine were not the answer. I was born in Europe in house to be exact shortly after it had become German and practically grew up with good Rhine wine of song and story. My parents had some vague ideas of making a priest out of me and for some years I attended the Francis in school at Basel Switzerland just across the border about six miles from my home but although I was a good Catholic. The monastic life had little appeal for me very early. I became apprentice to harness. Making an acquired considerable knowledge of upholstering. My daily consumption of wine was about a quart but that was common where I lived. Everybody drank wine and it is true that there was no great amount of drunkenness. But I can remember in my teens that there were a few characters who caused the village heads to nod pityingly and sometimes an anger as they pause to say that sought on Ray or said Pavel. Israel's who drank too much they were undoubtedly. The alcoholics of our village military service was compulsory. And I did my stretch with the class of my age goose-stepping German barracks and taking part in the boxer rebellion in China. My first time at any great distance from home informed parts many a soldier who has been abstemious at home learns to use new and potent drinks so I indulge with my comrades and everything the Faris had to offer I cannot say however that I acquired any craving for hard liquor as a result when I got back to Germany. I settled down to finish my apprenticeship. Drinking the wine of the country as usual many friends of my family had emigrated to America so at Twenty Four. I decided that the United States offered me the opportunity. I was never likely to find in my native land. I came directly to a growing industrial city in the Middle West where I have lived practically ever since I was warmly welcomed by friends of my youth who had preceded me for weeks. After my arrival I was faded and entertained in the already large colony Alsatians in the city among the Germans in their saloons and clubs. I early decided that the wine of America was very inferior stuff and took up beer instead. I soon found work at my trade in harness making. It was still an age of horses but I discovered that harness and saddle making in America was different than anything I had known. Every man in the shop was a specialist and instead of having a variety of jobs to do every day I was compelled to sit all day long at a bench. Doing the same thing and Leslie. I found it very monotonous and wanting a change I found it when I got work as an upholsterer. In a large furniture store fond of singing I joined German singing society which had good club headquarters. There I sat in the evenings enjoying with my friends. Our memories of the old country singing the old songs. We all knew playing simple card games for drinks and consuming great quantities of beer. At that time I could go into any saloon. Have One or two beers walk out and forget about it. I had no desire whatever to sit down at a table and stale whole morning or afternoon drinking certainly at that time. I was one of those who can take it or leave it alone. There had never been any drunkards in my family. I came of good stock of men and women who drank wine all lives as a beverage and while the occasionally got drunk at special celebrations. They were up in about their business the next day prohibition came having regard for the law of the land. I resigned myself to the will of the national legislators and quit drinking altogether not because I had founded harmful. But because I couldn't get what I was accustomed to drink. You can all remember that in the first few months after the change. A great many men who had formerly been used to a few beers every day or an occasional drink of. Whiskey simply quit all alcoholic drinks for the great majority of US however that condition. Didn't last we saw very early. That prohibition wasn't going to work it wasn't very long before home. Brewing was an institution and men began to search fervor shortly for all the recipe books on wine-making but I hardly tasted anything for two years and started in business for myself founding a mattress factory. Which is today an important industrial enterprise in our city. I was doing very well with that. And General upholstering work and there was every indication that I would be financially independent by the time I reached Middle Age. By this time I was married and was paying for a home like most immigrants. I wanted to be somebody and have something and I was very happy and contented as felt success crown my efforts. I miss the old social times of course but had no definite craving even for beer. Successful home brewers among my friends began to invite me to their homes. I decided that if these could make it I would try it myself and so I did. It wasn't very long until I had developed a pretty good brew with uniformity and plenty of authority. I knew the stuff I was making was a lot stronger than I had been used to. But never suspected that steady drinking of it might develop a taste for something even stronger. It wasn't long before the bootlegger wasn't established institution this as in other towns. I was doing well and business and in going around town. I was frequently invited to have a drink in speakeasy. I condone my domestic brewing and the bootleggers and their business. More and more. I form the habit of doing some of my business in the speakeasy and after a time did not need that as an excuse. The speaks usually sold Whiskey. Beer was too bulky and it couldn't be kept in a jug under the counter ready to be dumped when John Law would come around. I was now forming an entirely new drinking technique before long I had a definite taste for hard liquor new nausea and headaches. I had never known before but as in the old days I suffered them out gradually however I suffered so much that I simply had to have the morning after drink. I became what is called a periodical drinker. I was eased out of the business. I had founded and was reduced to doing general upholstery in a small shop. At the back of my house my wife upgraded me often and plenty when she saw that my periodical were gradually losing me. What business I could get. I began to bring bottles in. I had them hidden away in the House and all over my shop and careful concealment. I had all the usual experiences of the alcoholic for I was certainly one by this time sometimes after sobering up after about of several weeks. I would righteously resolved to quit with a great deal of I would throw out full pines. Pour them out and smash the bottles firmly resolved never to take another drink of the stuff. I was going to straighten up in four or five days. I would be hunting all over the place at home and in my workshop for the bottles I had destroyed cursing myself for being damned fool. My periodicals became more frequent until I reached the point where I wanted to devote all my time to drinking working as little as possible and then only when the necessity of my family demanded as soon as I had satisfied. That what I earned as an upholsterer went for liquor I would promise to have jobs done and never do them. My customers lost confidence in me to the point where I retained what business I had only because I was a well trained reputedly fine craftsman best in the business when he's sober. My customers would say and I still had a following who had given me work though. They deplored my habits because they knew the job would be well done when they eventually got it. I had always been a good Catholic possibly not so devoted as I should have been but fairly regular in my attendance at services I had never doubted the existence of the supreme being but now I began to absent myself from the church where I had formerly been a member of the choir. Unfortunately I had no desire to consult my priest about my drinking. In fact I was scared to talk to him about it for. I feared the kind of talk. He would give me unlike many other. Catholics who frequently take pledges for definite periods a year two years or for good. I never had any desire to take a pledge before the priest

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Time for justice for Roma, senior expert urges on Holocaust Remembrance Day

UN News

11:38 min | 8 months ago

Time for justice for Roma, senior expert urges on Holocaust Remembrance Day

"An estimated half a million people from the Roma minority perished in Europe during the Holocaust but that persecution under Nazi rule is still widely ignored today according to an expert on the issue Dan Pavel doggy senior adviser on Roma and Sinti issues for the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe or. SEC says the Roma people should finally receive seve the justice. They deserve Mr Doggy attended a United Nations Holocaust memorial events at U N headquarters in New York where he spoke about the importance importance of education to help fight racism and discrimination against vulnerable minorities you and uses an Komo's started by asking him about the fate of the Roma under the Nazi regime. It was a similar fate as of the Jewish people because besides the Jewish People Roma were also specifically targeted for extermination on racial grounds. There were considered subhumans onto mention impure a danger for the block. pull off the Air Ian Muster race. How does this reflect in the Rome incentive in their lives today in our society would go back a little bit before the Holocaust Rama arrived on the European continent approximately one thousand years ago and they were met with reluctance fear and then consumed they were prosecuted There's a history of slavery in many many countries. I'm from Romania. Rama were slaves For five hundred years there and only liberated like one hundred seventy years ago And liberated mance they were set free to go without possessing any anything UNEDUCATED TO IN POOR health unskilled skittled for professional labor and so on So there is a history of exclusion persecution and oppression and it also so culminated with the deportation of Roma and And they're killing During the Holocaust still a an issue with a proper recognition of the Roma Holocaust It's often called the forgotten Holocaust because it's not widely known and both states and to historians and scholars. They were not very open to document. The situation of Roma acknowledged the suffering of Roma and ended experience as being an integral parts of the Holocaust even nowadays. The Holocaust definition focuses primarily on juice and then an an ad group is mentioned secondly within the Roma community This hurts because we always believed that the what happened into Roma what happened to us is an integral part of the Holocaust. And I've mentioned that today that it's time for justice format to be done and maybe that's it's a Holocaust definition to be corrected and amended to properly reflect the Roma as being part of the Holocaust. What do you think is the reason why this was never properly knowledge lack of the communication? Of course there's a lack of information But I would. I would rather say this is more about the power play. Roma were always week On on the fringes of society uneducated without their own organizations self represent themselves politically and the and so on so It was easy for a group that is traditionally considered marginal to be just ignored but decades after decades more more of the Roma survivors. Sti Slowly opened up and spoke about their experience during the Second World War and then a number of Romo activists and advocates have advocated a for a proper recognition and it took quite some time at least for the Roma genocide recognized But but this recognition is not a uniform When we speak of Intergovernmental Organizations OAC UN Council of Europe and so on we worked with different terminology analogies and we were different commitments? For instance within the see in the action plan on improving the situation of Romance indie adopted in two thousand and three you by fifty seven participating states. There is a One chapter focusing on education and there is one provision within that says that participating states states should promote and develop teaching educational materials about the experience of Roma. Aw during the Holocaust so even there there is no proper nation. So it's like the Holocaust and then some of the things happen in parallel and that's also the case of in Council of Europe The Roma genocide is recognized Then the European Parliament events has adopted recently resolution that recognizes second of August as the European Roma Holocaust Remembrance Day so the terminology of Roma Holocaust is partially used by by some of the bodies But we strive for proper and recognition. And it's about time seventy five years after the ending of the Second World War. Do you feel that your presence here. Today is part of that steps that we should take a the. I would like to believe so and I made it very clear. perhaps it It goes beyond the formal boundaries But I'm also Romo myself and would like to believe that I can express myself or what I think is just an important for the Roma people. Can you talk on the kinds of discrimination. These groups face nowadays. Especially in the way that is affecting specially women and girls so there are different layers of exclusion and also discrimination even within the Roma community but the biggest and the most harmful it comes from outside and that's historical already. There are all sorts of discriminations in every walk of life. possible Whatever you you have a challenge or a bad situation situation If if YOU'RE TO MAKE SCALE RAMA tend to or overwhelmingly always at the very very bottom uh-huh and that's an indication of the level of racist and prejudice and that can can be demonstrated by the kind of attitudes of the society towards Roma that is not different whether we speak of countries from the Post Communist bloc which are still struggle with democracy and economy and so on versus countries in very well advanced democracies in the Western Europe. Romar Romar treated very often in a very similar manner and treatment is in no way good if one is curious and and do a little a bit of a check may be worth of a week of media research or empirical research if you want so the traditional traditional media as well as the social media it will be very easy to find News and information about Roma are targeted with the hatred and hate speech From top politicians from presidents of the country to Prime Minister to foreign foreign ministers they go out and say all stupid and racist things about Roma and very often with impunity. And and the kind of impunity that exists already in Europe it only emboldens the far right and extremist groups who see a top politician attention being outright racist without consequences. Why should why should they be? Shy so they're encouraged to go out and express their intolerance and extremists attitude towards Rama. And that takes very often. The form of racially motivated violence Samsung incidents. Every year we document situations of tax pogroms collective punishments Popular Justice done by people. A who who think it's absolutely okay to take justice and law in their hands and and harm can Education change and all of these behaviors and the conventional education is not an indicator for that because Schools throughout Europe not reformed and educational process and curriculum are not reformed enough to to educate the younger generations beyond a the substance of the courses but educate them about the society and about the respect for diversity. So maybe some countries are more advanced and you you may see a different different treatments With regard to other groups and minorities the religious minorities but the problem is that when it's about trauma. The treatment is unfortunately very similar throughout Europe. And it's one of rejection. We are here for one thousand in Europe and people still call outs. Forum ought to go back to India so they were never considered organically as being part of the countries where they were born and living for centuries and that's a huge problem or anything else that you think it should be covered in this interview. Setting the proper tone is essential and I made a call. Oh and I urged states and and politicians to be responsible. And they're doing because the way they set the roads that's how the policies will be implemented or or the kind of Pol policies that many have fought for decades and now they are in place and there are in principle sound policies. Never stand a chance for proper implementation because that requires political. Will that requires putting money where your mouth is in with regard to Roma in the past fifteen years or so maybe. Thirty countries have developed. Attend adopted Roma inclusion strategies and many Were already renewed twice or even three times but if you would like to to draw the line and see okay. These are in principle good strategies if most of the measures and provisions contained by strategies these would be implemented by now who we will speak a much better situation. The real problem is that it's all talk and it's very little that it's done.

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Varlamov, Lee lead Islanders to 1-0 win over Avalanche

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 9 months ago

Varlamov, Lee lead Islanders to 1-0 win over Avalanche

"Sam yon Barlaam all stop every shot he saw Anders Lee scored the only goal of the game and the islanders beat the avalanche one to nothing this one was a battle of the goaltenders with Varlaam of making thirty two saves for the shutout and Pavel friend so is making thirty two saves of his own the aisles hadn't scored a goal in more than six periods before Lee finally found the back of the net six fifty four into the third the winds snapped a two game losing streak for New York the loss snapped a two game winning streak for Colorado while you guys Uniondale New York

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Apple Podcast on Alexa in the US

Voice in Canada

01:22 min | 9 months ago

Apple Podcast on Alexa in the US

"Hey there's terry here with your flash briefing for Sunday and as you know on Sundays. I like to highlight members of of a nation. The community you and Today is not so much a question but a comment that I saw in the facebook group and it was referring to a new feature feature that was just released and I thought I'd mention it today because there are lots of questions around this and it was Pavel Schumer that that put this out and he said apple podcasts. Gas Plus Amazon Echo equals heart but only a sad face. And that's true. This is a really nice feature but unfortunately Italy's not hearing candidate yet but let me tell you what it is and hopefully as things tend to happen here eventually. We'll get it here. Basically you can. Now listen to podcasts. That are on Apple. PODCAST US on your echo device. If you're in the states it's really nice. It's really seen this. You just simply ask Lexi Lexi play and then you name the title of the podcast and and it does it so if you happen to have a device at setup with the with a US account then you're set to go and fortunately for US Canadians. That have Canadian accounts. This is not available yet so there are lots of questions going around about this because it is such a great feature bottom line is. I'm sorry to say it's not in Canada yet. Hopefully it will come soon as things tend to happen. We seem to be a number of months behind but fortunately things do eventually seemed to make their way to Canada. So keep our fingers crossed. It happens very

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Explainer 169: What is going on in Moldova?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

06:26 min | 1 year ago

Explainer 169: What is going on in Moldova?

"Moldova's forays into the headlines are rare explainer seeking to explain Moldova should probably therefore start with the basics. It's just next to the top, right hand corner of Romania alongside the border with Ukraine population, three million and change about the same size as Belgium independent since the collapse of the Soviet Union in one thousand nine hundred ninety one. If you have read or heard much about Moldova before, now it has probably been about the part of Moldova that wishes it wasn't part of Moldova. This is the strange geopolitical normally of the Preakness strove, Ian Maldivian Republic, better known as Transnistria a sliver of land squeezed between the Dniester river and Ukraine, which operates as a sort of Soviet Russia theme park. Transnistria still erect statues of Lenin flies. The hammer and sickle on its flag and has become a staple destination for chortling travel. Writings. Also in the least visited country in Europe. The fact is that more people visit my local Tesco every day, the visit Moldova every year, but it is in Moldova proper, where curious things are refute this week to the extent that as we go to where it's not entirely clear who if anyone is roaming the country. A Russia, this question has been imported for one society for years. And these elections are out exception through main players through Bharti's that will likely for the parliament, socialist party that has pro Russian Democratic Party that is rather for your being Italy formed position. Block are Coon, that is strongly, breer, opinion of these. Its roots in Moldova's, most recent general election back in February. It was a close run thing, the pro Russian socialist party finished first, but the pro e u Democratic Party and a alliance finished a close second and third respectively. Nobody had a parliamentary majority. Confusing matters further, where plausible allegations of vote-buying ballot stuffing and other shenanigans largely on the part of the socialists. Disdain to happen, and then people will regain their trust in the country, and then we'll start building democracy will strengthen the state's accuses which would what for citizens and not for some could be. After some months of inconclusive wrangling, this past weekend, the pro Russian socialists and the pro e u a alliance agreed to form an unlikely governing coalition to be led by the alliance's, Maya Sandhu previously, Moldova's minister for education, who would become prime minister Moldova's eighth prime minister this decade, the country is no stranger to political crisis. Cutting us Ohka. Tara. The legality of this arrangement was challenged by Democratic Party leader and Feltham, Leslie wealthy oligarch Vlad to blow hot New York v socialists and ako headed knitted that the principal common core's was preventing plot New York becoming any more powerful in Moldova than he already is plot. New York claimed vade narrowly missed the ninety day deadline for the certification of election results to form a new government, and that president eagle, Dodon himself, allied to the socialists, should therefore, have called new elections, Moldova's constitutional court known to be heavily staffed by associates of plot New York. Agreed with this interpretation of a technicality. Suspended president Dodon and replaced him with previous prime Minister Pavel Filip of Vlad, plot nukes, Democrats, as temporary acting president, Philip dissolved parliament and Cole. New elections for September sixth. But president Dodon Andy socialist ako alliance have refused to recognize this directive, this meant that by Sunday, roughly everybody in Moldova had grounds for suspecting nefarious hidden forces had enacted, a coup, d'etat against their preferred party by Monday, the socialist coalition. And the Democratic Party were each acting like they were in charge conducting Simitis rival cabinet meetings in Chisinau, Moldova's capital, Maya Sanders ministers met in parliament, parvo Phillips, in government house, students of history, will be aware of how will having to governments at once usually works out for a country. As to what happens in the days and weeks ahead, the only reasonable hope is, as little as possible, obscure local difficulties in this part of Europe have had a habit of spreading Russia, which has fifteen hundred troops. I'd like next door in Transnistria says it backs the socialist ako coalition. The US the EU and NATO have issued cagey statements calling for restraint dialogue and so on, but essentially respecting the February election results, and therefore, the socialist Achim coalition. There are some causes for up to mizzen the socialist Achim coalition is effectively, a government of national unity yoki together Moldova's pro Russian conservative forces. And it's pro e u center. Right. Which means it has support among all dove is all the generations, and it's younger urban middle classes as well as from Moscow and Brussels, it does in theory command, a handy, parliamentary majority. And if it has taken a stand on the principle, that one businessman shouldn't get to run an entire country. That surely cannot be a thing. From twenty four I'm from.

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"pavel" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"pavel" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Announced the stock buyback worth more than five billion dollars shares currently up some seventeen percent the most more than a decade. And technology reporter Pavel out of out of Tokyo. So clearly the promise date of the buyback is at work very powerful forces. But there's also a question to be asked as to whether investors are finally seen lights at the end of the tunnel. Now winning the value. Softbank closer to what Masayoshi Son thinks it's worth. This corporate discount Bank has been so major Pat pivo these few years, and it's become quite star, especially after Alibaba's listing and adding a sprint to the to the balance sheet at times, you know, so Bank was worth only half of the value of their publicly listed companies, which is fairly embarrassing. But today's gain which added a close to two trillion to solve eggs market cap is in part acknowledgement that sofas making phone is making a little right move. You know, he unlock some of the corporate value by listing. The domestic telecoms and is using that money to a buy back. The shares and VP off about seven hundred billion dollars worth of debt. He's also marrying off sprint with T mobile in the merger. And of course, he has the one hundred billion dollar vision fund through which the final here's more riskier investments. But according to at least, there's still a long way to go the calculation shows that he as of today, despite the major pop we had in the market there's still about at fifty percent discount to what they think this is actually work. Speaking of visit funds, they sold shares and NVIDIA, and that's the fun is the whole has emerged as the biggest driver of soft bank's earnings me that much is clear what that son have to say about that yesterday. The visual fund is about two years old. But for the most that time investors have already discounted it because it's been kind of a black box but over the past few quarters. So thank started to include on its earnings. And we started to see it emerged as a major contributor to the to the to the bottom line. Just in the last quarter alone contributed one hundred seventy six billion yen to two operating profit. Of course, these sort of games, which are mostly games on companies like Uber and oil, and we work really hard to predict. But there's a sign that investors potentially starting to believe that that song can deliver a disorder of returns from quarter to quarter. And there's a few things to look forward to this year Uber's potentially listing in which is the largest shareholder as well as slack which is company on vision fund portfolio. Thank you very much. For those insights, our technology reporter, Pavel Alpi live at Tokyo coming up on the show. The expedient attainment.

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21 dead, 71 burned in fire at illegal tap on Mexico pipeline

BBC World Service

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

21 dead, 71 burned in fire at illegal tap on Mexico pipeline

"Campaign and Russia didn't buy it. Either buzzfeed's description of specific statements to the special counsel's office are not accurate. Read a statement, President Trump was clearly ecstatic last night, he tweeted a very sad day for journalism, but a great day for our country, the partial shutdown of the US government has entered its fifth week with Donald Trump saying he'll make what he described as a major announcement. And on Saturday reports from Washington suggests that senior officials, including the vice President Mike Pence have come up with new proposals to resolve the crisis crowds gathering in northern polish city of Gdansk for the funeral of the mayor Pavel Adamovich. He was stabbed to death on stage at the country's biggest charity event last weekend. Here's Adam eastern people in this city of Gdansk has been turning out in their thousands for events over the last few days, and we'll be going to the funeral as well. Which of course, will be attended by Paul president prime minister and the president of the European Council. Donald tusk himself, a native of the city to give you a measure of the depth of feeling for this, man. More than fifty thousand people in here in Gdansk queue for hours on ending the threes in temperatures just to pay their respects to his coffee when it was put on public display at eastern with that report from Gdansk. Well. News from the BBC the government of Burkina Faso has unexpectedly resigned. No explanation was given but the tiny west African nation has been hit by a wave of Jihadist attacks and kidnappings of foreigners including Canadian geologist who was found dead earlier this week. Senior officials from the United States North Korea and South Korea heading for Sweden to hold informal talks. That are expected to focus on the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula. It's the first such gathering since the summit in Singapore last June between President Trump and the North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN the officials are thought to be laying the groundwork for a second summit of the two leaders. Sung Yoon Lee, professor of Korean studies at Tufts University in Massachusetts says that John Yang has not done enough to reduce its nuclear program since the previous summit North Korea has continued to build a bomb. North Korea continues to enrich uranium North Korea continues to produce ballistic missiles while it has made only token gestures. Why releasing three US detainees who never should have been detained in the first place by shutting down an old exhausted has thing site that doesn't need any longer the president of Colombia even Duquet has cooled off piece. Talks with the ESPN after blaming the left-wing rebel group for Thursday's deadly car-bomb attack on the police academy in the capital Bogota. Twenty young police cadets were killed Mr. UK said the rebels had continue to kidnap and kill dozens of Colombian citizens since the talks began in twenty seventeen for the first time officials in Pakistan have briefed parliament on the country's growing export of human hair. A statement by the commerce ministry, said Pakistan, and one point six million dollars from the sale of hair in the last five years, China, which has an expanding beauty industry was one of the main buyers taking more than one hundred thousand kilos of hair from Pakistan BBC news. Hello. I'm Caroline Wyatt. And welcome back to the well this week coming up. We look political turmoil in Venezuela Zimbabwe, France, but I the political turmoil here in Britain where Prime Minister Theresa may suffered the greatest parliamentary defeat in modern history. When her Brexit deal was rejected by two hundred thirty votes. It indicated a UK parliament as well as people split not along party lines, but into many different camps all in vehement disagreement of whether the UK should stay in the European Union leave on Mrs Maes terms. Plus, you a better deal. If there is one crush out with no deal at all or have a second referendum. This is at least one of out of confidence the following day. But given the scale of her earlier defeat that seemed a hollow victory in the end, many Brits resolved simply the half a Cup of tea in the hope that in the words of that great dickens character mister Mukuba something with. Turn up. But what could that be? And how serious is the deadlock, and what might unlock it? I put those questions to our panel of expert correspondence, Adam Fleming in Brussels. Andrew Walker economics. Correspondent rob Watson, our political correspondent, I asked rob. I is that anyway, she can get agreement inside outside her party to push a deal through. I guess the answer your question. Carolina is that it's possible. But if it was easy it would have been done by now, and it's worth remembering at the Reese of this crisis. And let's state again for the sake of any doubt that Britain is in the most profound political crisis since the second World War at the root of it is the fact that Britain's politicians simply cannot agree on what to do about the result of the referendum in twenty sixteen. It's a sort of simple basic an excess. And of course, the other thing the root of this crisis is the sort of visceral division within the governing conservative party over. What to do about Europe? It's been there for about forty years. It's what led to the referendum. And it's why now. Having some would say foolishly attempted to get Brexit salted as a conservative only project. Theresa May as now trying to make it a cross party project and any hope that might succeed. I think it'll be immensely difficult for three reasons. Firstly as personalities threes has many qualities, but the idea of charming people who have different points of view or come from different. Parties is probably not one of them. Secondly because in order to get across party agreement. She would have to soften Brexit. And that would almost certainly lead to a split in her conservative party will again, it's worth remembering what has been driving her along these last couple of years, it's been this sort of hope, and it would seem to me a vain hope of keeping the conservative party together. And then the third thing, of course, is that British politics are immensely tribal, and the idea that these other party leaders are going to come particularly Jeremy Corbyn from the labor party the idea he's gonna come to the rescue all their games comes to the rescue of someone who they see as. As a sort of weak and desperate rival. It seems to me as rather unlikely. Uttam you're in Brussels. The is apparently making preparations at least for article fifty to be extended were the UK requested. How dismayed a Europe's leaders by what they see happening in UK politics at the moment. I think preparations for extending article fifty in delaying Brexit, maybe putting it too strongly is definitely being talked about it speculated about and people are thinking about it. But I think actually it's not as far as properly laying the groundwork to make it happen yet. And of course, it would only happen. The you says the UK requested it, and it is absolutely not British government policy to delay Brexit from the infamous day to the twenty ninth of March twenty nineteen in terms of dismay again, that's quite the right word. There was surprise certainly amongst the EU officials. I was watching meaningful vote with the audibly gasped when the size of the defeat became clear. The EU knew it was coming though. And so they had time to write their scripts for their. Response, and it was a scripts because then it got leaks to me as often happens in the year. And the script was this is a British problem. We regret that you voted this deal done is the only deal on the table. Get your house in order and come back to us with a plan that you think will get through parliament. That's where the EU has stayed since many of the conservative party's fears over the future deal with Europe involve the so-called backstop for the island of Ireland to prevent new border checks being necessary between the north which is part of the United Kingdom south an independent country, which will remain part of the EU many worried that those checks or something that could bring about a return to the battle days of violence. His Emma Vardi in Belfast. There was apprehension on both sides of the Irish border leading up to the vote. Now, a continuing state of uncertainty hangs over the island of Ireland all the more heavily in Westminster and no deal. Brexit is the outcome. No one wants. And the odds are against it happening that talked to people. Around the Irish border, and that counts for little many Irish businesses rely on the UK market for buying and selling a variety of goods and particularly food. If tariffs were imposed overnight it could threaten the livelihood of people on both sides of the border. The Irish prime Minister, Leo varadkar has said no deal. Preparations are no longer contingency plans. They're now being implemented with measures being taken on key matters such as safeguarding the supply of medicines. Plenty of companies are doing the same changing supply routes putting contracts on hold and posing new investment in Northern Ireland. The D U P were opposed to Theresa May's deal.

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Detroit Red Wings captain Henrik Zetterberg's back injury is ending his hockey career, according to general manager Ken Holland

KSFO Morning Show with Brian Sussman with Katie Green

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Detroit Red Wings captain Henrik Zetterberg's back injury is ending his hockey career, according to general manager Ken Holland

"Seven sixty WJR. Well, it wouldn't be me. If I just follow the normal format of our show, right? I've got to be creative. So we'll we'll make up the open line next week at some point probably Tuesday because we're grand traverse resort. On monday. The the Red Wings would be up in traverse city to opening training camp. But Henrik Zetterberg the captain will not be there. His bad back is going to end his career. The announcement coming today Redwings GM can Holland on the other end of our line night. I gotta tell you. He was one of my favorites. Kenny. Yeah.

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"pavel" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"pavel" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"Ready for next season idiot, either fun teammates you wanna talk about that you've had in the past. We could be herald day, you know how it goes. I mean, meet a lot of great guys. What about sharpie is retiring, couldn't tell you. I thought he was. I don't know. We never really talked about much. You didn't really, you know, that was that was some for him to to bring us. It wasn't something we were going to pry. But you know, played with sharpie for. What a handsome guy, handsome guy, eleven years. I played with sharpie and and been buddies. I think my whole career in Chicago and he was obviously Dallas for a couple of years, but I think he's gonna kill it on the media side. Thanks to he's in. He's been very good. Obviously, you mentioned he's handsome, he dresses well, and he's pretty articulate. Yeah, fucking some guys. Got it. All probably got a huge wrench to. He's got it all figured out, you know, sharpies, good. He was gonna MBC at the end of the season, and we, we talk about wrenches sometimes on the show with some of the retire guys. It's tough to get guys. We're still playing talk about Cox in the locker room. Yeah. Had a question. Well, wit usually likes to ask this woman since he can't be here. You know, you always ask, who is the toughest guy you've ever had to face in the NHL forward? Defence toughest early fighting corruption. Just hate to go against. I would probably say Pavel Datsyuk. I think that that guy like we, we play Detroit so much so it was. It was one of those things that we just. We always played them and he was just one of those guys can never hit them. He always had that counter hit. So he'd stick you. He looked like he was about a buck sixty had the pigeon toe, you know, like, but he the guy had. Yeah, that's probably where all this power leans, whether it's yeah, but he was filthy out there. You can make plays. He could see things that nobody else could see could shoot. He could score if you had to could. I mean he could do it all and he was he was tough. I mean, as defensemen and forwards, he had that backcheck he could strip sticks, you know he was. He was one of those guys that you just, you always have to know where he was, and and even if you had the puck and you had to step on them, eat still have to be worried about how where he was and what he was doing because he could strip quick and turn the other way. So yeah, he was. He was a tough tough player. I, I didn't really want to bring it up because I'm sure it's a little touchy subject, but Hosa his comments about not wanting to plant your cog only more and wanted to go play..

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"pavel" Discussed on Motorsport Radio

Motorsport Radio

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"pavel" Discussed on Motorsport Radio

"And here Pinson getting involved into second place and he dumped in fighting very hard AS Roma's starting to clawback positions in the place challenging for second on the exit of devil's elbow incident. Final corner. All of this is really allowing will how it Troy take deletes ninety six seventy six and then see two, three seconds between our Pinson Pinson only got two tenths of a second between himself and Gareth Robinson. Third. Tufted Brendan Pavel also getting well in Chilean volt. Jamie king has retired from the race down into pit. Lane goes Jamie king. He as of this. But at the moment we'll have house. He's often running with this in second places. Elliot Pinson third-place as Garissa lobby tuft and Brandon power. Fantastic right there in fifth outside. My goodness. Me really big China's from any Pinson down, sorry to continue their Kiko. But Darren two to desperately needs more points championship run as well. He does, especially with will hire within the lead and we'll within the league so much. You can do with clear in pass. We can say on the race leader, but will our these Florida forced by the head of Brandon, Alex, hardy, six alongside Josh Ingram side by side, three oppressed up. The strike, Josh Ingram is trying to get on the inside about exposure, Alex outside the Pell, Brenda Powell shows in the white line and absolutely teaches. I'll never to do that's again, but all of the squabbling at the moment as own that bow four false place, which is now got Brandon peril heading out that all because Elliott Duffin is gone back down the order think he's about six that place now fairly often. So he's lost a couple of positions struggling in these early stages of the race on four ninety go the present through the final corner for well, how at the vase leader by for seconds between Pinson and any is having to desperately China. Now he's got the knee Fosse's fourteen point eight that starting to close in on well Howarth for. Vase league of seven, one four seventy finger as now into fifth place. Prenton pebbles so far a good run in full Charlie Nesbitt getting stuck in with Alex fella now as well into turns two and three, whatever the problem also Charlie seems to have cleared up at the moment and now scything. Why? Back through the order not want to be that low down, even though it's very low down, he won't want to be anywhere near that low for too much longer just England next on his hitlist front imperil leading that group in fourth place at vary very well. But Elliot Pinson and Gareth Roberts just starting now to sell down on a think work together. They come on fun straight then will house as his laptop, twenty six hours fifty. Cower for it. So yes, six times has been taken out over. We'll how it's lead. He's down to one point, seven vices, his Jody alive, random Perez talking women, Charlie Nesbitt is that to grand imperil turning into the loan right under now, turned three over to turn four and he's just about gossip. It will have this coming down dramatically. This circes join out times are starting to increase narrated starting to really, really pick up a pace out there. This is great, right? Said seven lap still left to go and charleena's pets, six place challenging for fifth place with just Ingram. They really want to get past Brendan imperil the one, four, six top-three starting to have a bit of space between the not so panel Ingram into the final Conan, a few times looking cheek Lee at the inside of the number one, four, seven, Congo. Away present sign, Brandon, Pavel bang, followed by two very hungry riders joshing looking tonight as laugh looking toward his white just cannot find a way through the present time into spin corner..

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Telegram CEO Says Apple Has Been 'Preventing' iOS App Updates Since Russia's Ban in March

Daily Tech News Show

01:45 min | 2 years ago

Telegram CEO Says Apple Has Been 'Preventing' iOS App Updates Since Russia's Ban in March

"From one batch from one cornea whoa yeah whoa print out those corneal frameworks yeah like a boss all right let's talk a little more about apt problems and telegram sure mets djing app telegram ceo pavel dura said that ever since russian authorities ruled that the app was illegal in russia the company has been unable to release an update to the app store in any region since march europe tweeted unfortunately some telegram features such as stickers don't work correctly under iowa's eleven point four that was just released even though we fixed that issue weeks ago russia asked apple to ban telegram after the apps developers refused a handover encryption keys to the russian government telegram says it has also been unable to release a gdp our compliance update did he raises its ugly head again the conspiracy theory here is that apple is under pressure from russia and his blocking telegram from updates worldwide i don't think that's the case but i i have not been able to put my finger on what i think is happening with apple here because telegram for android outside of russia's fine i don't understand and this is the problem with the apple app store when they block something it's very difficult to find out why sometimes yeah there was the the valve app and that steam said apples the some business you know discrepancy whatever that apple had come a fourth a bed finally purchase thing where they were steam thought it didn't count as an inept purchase because it was from the game company not steam but then now it's still matters we still want our cut.

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"pavel" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"pavel" Discussed on WLOB

"Yes of prime minister pavel as ranko who is very much involved with pinchuk and clinton and kutschmann and all sorts of crazy corruption involving our government targeting ukrainian opposition politicians and and our government when after people at the behest of the dictator of ukraine who strangely was pro russian so clinton was helping the pro russian dictator of ukraine in the laser inca case to go after a man who was pro us and prowestern and push him out of power it's a twisted web it's hard for me to follow but then when you went to ukraine what was this like seven eight years ago it was more like ten ten twelve years ago but i was on the radio remember you're telling me about the goings on stuff you could disclose in ukraine how did you come to represent the former prime minister of ukraine how did they find you he was locked up waiting trial on charges related to crimes he allegedly committed while in ukraine he did nothing different than the people currently in power in ukraine or people who've been in power for last since the fall of the soviet union but because our government through clinton and gore made a deal to prosecute lazarenko he was arrested kept in jail and i met him in jail when i was visiting other clients and we just got along so they said will you represent me how did that case turn out for him national corruption one count unfortunately another attorney on our team handled and that was lost that was an individual isolated case between him and another man who lied and he spent nine years in prison for doing nothing wrong supporting the us against the other by the way an aside trivial didn't he have a big home up in nevada california that went for sale.

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"pavel" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"pavel" Discussed on Channel 955

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"pavel" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"pavel" Discussed on WINS 1010

"Backup goalie andrei pavel accept up a seasonhigh forty one saves the blue shirts beat the pens 43 pavlik making justice third start in the last six weeks and we had before win because much starts last few weeks so you know over time ago got the chance to to play that i want to win the game and and doesn't really matter cheaply ten or one of course it's great for my confidence that you know i'm able to win the game paolo bush nevitts broker three three tied mid thirdperiod goal deflected in off pittsburgh's quiz look dang the rangers four points out of first place that's just good for six the tightly bunched metropolitan division sitting on top it's that devils who jumped over the blue jackets by a pointwinning act columbus four one step it makes it a goal and an assist he knows the two teams will meet again on friday we need a good job walking down and slowing their speed down in whoever they were in our so we've been but we didn't break and cut the really pretty much the outside so we're expecting to come back and have a good good hard hit hard game and are building and we have you have the task respond at skirts of msg plus corey schneider forty one save trap is ajak taylor hall and the jesper pratt had the other devils tallies the arbiters playing their second road game in as many nights got goals from that part zele jordan everley in the second period wiping out a twonothing deficit but the lightning answered with three before the stands it was over and they went on to win six two two thomas greis gave up those six goals on 34 shots college basketball in phoenix the valley of the sun shootout st johns with a slim halftime lead on grand canyon thirty two 29 arizona.

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