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"poire" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

07:07 min | 4 months ago

"poire" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"I'm joined by Matt Q and Jess mcfadden, and we'll be analyzing the singer poor Grand Prix and the shambles that followed, but that wasn't the biggest race today, not by a long way, because our friend and colleague, Luke Smith completed the London marathon today, just over 5 hours. We couldn't be more proud raising money for charity. Done it myself, in over 5 hours, similar time to Luke funnily enough, Matt, have you ever fancied putting on your trainers for 26.2 miles? I've not run it before. My brother has, so in a competition to be parents favorite charge, he has that over me, but no real desire. I enjoy obviously the endorphins after I just find it so tedious, so it's got to be, I've got to be kicking a ball or have a rack at my hand to make exercise that bit more fun, but fair play to Luke an amazing cause, really, really inspiring job saying how hard he's been training. And if I had to write an autosport, runners ratings for the Singapore Grand Prix weekend Lee could be getting a slam dunk ten, I can assure him of that. And Jess, I swear I've seen on your socials, you've put stuff like, oh, just home for a run, what is that? Is that like a little 5 K park runner or thinking one day that you might bite off a little more like Luke today and do the do the full marathon? No. No, well, so I was one of those people that got into running in lockdown. I wasn't really, I wouldn't ever call myself a runner. I was a bit like Q in that I prefer sports or actually doing something competitive rather than running. I find running quite tedious sometimes, but seeing as there was nothing else to do. My partner and I, we took, well, he's a keen runner, but he's done the London marathon. He's done more than one marathon in his time. So he tried to get me into it. And I don't mind it. I do enjoy it, but I'm definitely one of those people where I need to run with other people, like I can't do it on my own. And I know that you've got a big crowd of people with you for the marathon, but oh my God, I just could not. The idea of taking on that long of a run. Terrifies me. So genuinely what Luke has done is amazing. And obviously, for an amazing cause as well, remembering his mom and raising money for macmillan cancer support is awesome and he should be extremely proud of himself because it's definitely something I can't imagine I would ever do. Absolutely, absolutely. And if you check out Luke's Twitter, the best place probably I imagine the easiest way for me to explain it's Luke Smith F one on Twitter, most people are releasing it how to use it. Luke Smith F one, pinned post at the top, which is a link through to his just giving page, raising money for macmillan as Jess says. And even though it's after the event right now, and he smashed his target, whatever you can pass their way. I know it's a tough times, everything's tight at the minute, but you really will be helping and it will be massively appreciated. All right, here we go, then. Let's get into the Singapore Grand Prix. Business as usual. Really, leclerc was on pole. But he didn't win. Sergio Pérez took the lead before turn one. And he never ever looked back. Metaphorically, of course. He was looking at his rearview mirrors for large sections of the race as leclerc piled on the pressure, but couldn't eventually beat him. Hamilton shunted into the barriers, big time, but somehow. Man, that Mercedes is built tough. Change your front wing change of tyres, but unfortunately, put him out of the podium, hunt, which is what he was doing at the time, eventually finishing 9th Verstappen spent the afternoon coming through the pack. He also locked up massively, attempting a move on Norris, which put the Red Bull to the very back of the pack, fighting back eventually finishing 7th and today we should be heaping praise on Perez and talking about nothing else than a fine fine drive in changeable conditions. Well, very wet conditions at the start. Talk about Ferraris double podium talking about McLaren strategy and a big old dose of luck to come home forth and 5th. On both Aston's in the point, stroll 6th Vettel 8th, but instead, somehow, we're asking why fans of the sport that we love didn't know the results for well over two hours after the flag. The world's fastest sport once again takes longer than any other sport in the world to come to a decision. And there's copious amounts of hard data, but once again, the stuarts may the stewards making judgment calls based on how well the driver and their team representative argues their case, looking for mitigating circumstances, long after the race has finished, like it shouldn't be like this. It fosters conspiracy theories about how they're working out how to both dish out the penalty because Perez did break the rules, but also not so much that Red Bull get denied. Like that was what we saw after the race. I'll give you the background and then we can talk about this. Sergio Pérez fell back from the safety car more than the allowed distance of ten car lengths on three separate occasions, earning a 5 second penalty for the final time that he did it. He finished 7 seconds up the road from leclerc at the flag, therefore the result doesn't change, but it's the result that fans had no idea of long after the broadcasters had gone home and that's ridiculous to treat the fans that way and the sport. Now, here's the actual wording of what happens stewards say that poire has dropped back too far on three occasions. The first time lap ten on enters between turns 13 and 14, he was investigated for that and given a reprimand. The second time it happened on lap 36 on the slicks between turns 9 and ten, he was given a warning. The team was given a warning by the race director. The same lap, he did it again after being warned between turns 13 and 14, and for that he was given a 5 second penalty. Not at the time. But hours after the race finished. Let's get into it. You've heard enough of me. Jess, what is going on at the FIA? You're asking the fans that the story isn't over, two hours after, you know, sky had gone off the air if you're in the UK or most of TV broadcasters has stopped reporting because they ran out of broadcast allocation time and we still don't know who's won the race. People find out either through our websites. Hopefully all through social media, who is actually won the race. Now, as it turns out, in this instance, the penalty meant that the race results still stood from the provisional results that we got when the checkered flag dropped. But for me, it's a case of why on earth was something like that. Which happened, as you mentioned, so first incident was lap ten. The last incident was lap 36, so just about just over halfway through the race. Why on earth it took two hours from the checkered flag dropping for the result to be made? Completely ludicrous, it makes the FIA look like a laughing stock. If I'm honest, people just don't believe that the stewards are in control. They believe they're being influenced by people by calling them into this suit.

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"poire" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

08:31 min | 5 months ago

"poire" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Weekly global affairs program. We tackled the world's biggest news stories, as well as those left untold. You speak to the ordinary people. Their aspirations is a foreign unified country, whether you talk to business people, to school teachers, to market traders, and so on and so forth. Across the board is they want to see their country recreated as it was only this time as a democratic accountable system. Our expert guests offer in depth analysis and firsthand experience. In one of the Ebola treatment centers I went to had been burned down by a community that were very resentful and frightened of Ebola and they still have a bunker in the middle. They've dug a big deep bunker where they can hide if people come and shoot at them. The foreign desk with me, Andrew Muller is available every Saturday from midday London time right here on monocle 24. 8 38 38 in Paris, which is where we had now for the newspapers. A very good morning to bonjour Agnes poire, how are you? I'm very well. Good to have you with us. Let's begin with the death of Jean-Luc Godard a huge, huge figure in cinema and I imagine dominating the French press today. Oh yes, from the moment we discovered that he had died by assisted suicide in Switzerland, Jean-Luc Godard was Franco Swiss. And from yesterday, yes, or the newspapers have been leading with beautiful black and white pictures of him. And so we can say that the king of cinema has died. He was the last member of the famous French new wave. So it's a chapter that we're closing on that most formidable period. So it's not a good ass for people who didn't know him on or only vaguely. It was probably the most provocative of the French new wave filmmakers. Francois for Eric Roman, clue chabrol, Jacques rivette. And they all started, it's interesting. They all started very early as film critics and they completely redefined film criticism. They wrought in the KA to cinema and that most iconic film magazine. And there loved American cinema, but those filmmakers that were looked down on in Hollywood. I'm talking about arson wells. I'm talking about John Ford, Howard hawks, mankiewicz. And Alfred Hitchcock, of course, who was of course British, but I had done his career in Hollywood, and they said, guys, you've been wrong all the way. Those are geniuses, and we're going to try and emulate them. And a few years later, they all became filmmakers and revolutionized really how cinema was done. You may remember in 1960 his first film called breathless a Buddhist. And why was it so so much of a watershed moment is that suddenly you realized you could make a film without respecting the narrative, if you'd like. He loved jump cuts, lipping a forward through the narrative, and also he was extremely witty. They were caught. They were digressions. He addressed the audience. And the 60s, I mean, if you don't know good answer, well, just look at his 1960s, 60s film, he made 12 films during that decade. And look at contempt. Let me play with Brigitte bardo. Beautiful piece of cinema and also bad about outsiders. That's my favorite film. What is your favorite good art film? Well, my favorite got a film has to be demonstrated by the fact that for several months I styled myself as Jean Seberg. So that's breathless. That's breathless. Let's move on to the energy crisis, which is something which is hitting everywhere, but the French are being warned that now is a time for sobriety is that the word? That's the word, actually it's on the past three days when the French president gives his usual address. He talked about allergic sobriety, beautiful word. Meaning that we'll have to be very careful about when we switch on the lights and when we put the washing on. So you may remember that the French government was extremely early back in December to pass a decree and cap at 4% energy prices and it has really had a huge impact on inflation for instance because France has the lowest inflation rate of the European Union at only 5.3% and also of course it has protected the bills of households. But today, the French prime minister is going to say that an announced that it's not sustainable for public finances. It has cost of €23 billion to the state, therefore the taxpayers. And she will announce that there will be a cap, but it will be closer to ten 20% next year. So we must be ready to pay slightly more. But of course, it pales in comparison with what the British will have to pay themselves. And of course, there's this talk of windfall taxes on energy companies that is very much discussed at the European level later this month. There is that sense isn't there that there are protective measures in place, especially with the European Union's proposed with full tax on the energy providers. How reassured do the French feel about this? Well, I mean, the state is very much protecting them. But the thing is, the French are used to that. So they are not very grateful. But those of us who look at the wider picture and look at other countries in Europe, Phil gratitude really, because the state, the government, do everything it can to protect us from terrible bills and basically we want to be called this winter thanks to that. There will be measures, though, put in place by cities municipalities, especially in Paris. Has an article about what will be done in the city of light, which is what an ironic name given the situation that we're in. To try and mitigate what to try and cut its costs. Well, yes. I mean, the Paris mayor Anne announced yesterday that the overall bill for Paris is €54 million for electricity and gas 8 year. And this year, it's going to be 89 million. So basically, we need to save energy. The aim is to save 10%. And it's going to start in the next few days. Basically, public buildings will be heated less so expect 18° during the day 12° at night. Swimming pools will also be colder in the water outside the water. I mean, I remember very well when 6 years ago they lowered the water by 1° and people thought, oh my God, this is so cold. Well, expect another degree. We've gone from 29° in the poles of years ago, and it's going to be 25°. And I think we're going to fill it. Also, monuments will not be lit anymore, past ten, 10 p.m. at night. So that three hours less than usual. And, of course, very symbolically, the Eiffel Tower will also be switched off just before midnight. So all those things are going to feel quite real for many people. But of course, street lighting won't be affected because it's a question of security and there is this question that are generally asked Paris mayor. What about Christmas lighting? And she brushed it under the carpet set. We'll talk about this later. I hope we do. It's still not quite yet autumn. And yes, bye. Thank you so much for joining us on the line from Paris. This is the globalist.

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"poire" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:48 min | 8 months ago

"poire" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Until recent flooding showed us what could happen if sites like American cyanamid aren't cleaned up Every time we get a major storm we run the risk of toxins seeping into our waterways And climate change is making things worse That's investigated producer Jordan gos porre She's the host of the 9 part series hazard in Jay and she joins us now Jordan good morning Hey good morning Thanks for having me on the show You're welcome A superfund site is a location contaminated by hazardous waste as we know that the EPA has designated for cleanup Many are decades old If they're already so badly polluted can the climate crisis really make them that much worse and if so how Yes so the climate crisis can make some of these sites significantly worse are predicted to be significantly worse So in New Jersey you find a lot of these toxic sites that are located along the shore near bodies of water or are at risk of flooding And so what could happen is if a site gets flooded and a site has not been cleaned up yet we are afraid and there's this fear that it's going to spread the water from the flooding will spread the contaminants around and we won't know how far the spread will be and we won't be able to contain the toxic chemicals So that to me looking at different superfund sites in New Jersey seems to be one of the major problems in New Jersey is that fear of flooding and spreading toxic chemicals Super fun science are like snowflakes each one is unique in terms of the pollutants they contain and their hazards Now your first episode for example looks at a site in Bridgewater What's unique about that one and how it's being threatened by storms Yeah so the American Santa site in Bridgewater there's a risk of flooding there and it's next to the raritan river and there are ten river is a source of drinking water for the state of New Jersey So there is this fear that these two specific toxic ponds that I mentioned in the episode will flood before they're cleaned up and be able to spread into the raritan river and beyond So that is one of the biggest fears if we don't clean up Americans saying anime Jordan with that kind of threat is there someone watching and monitoring to make sure that those kinds of possibilities don't happen So the EPA is the body that is monitoring to make sure that those things don't happen however there is a fear that the remediation the cleanup process that the EPA is implementing with these sites is not taking climate change into account or they're using outdated models So models from years ago with predictions that are no longer the case So investigate that in episode one in an episode two and really in all the episodes about what happens when you are using outdated models to clean up these sites when we really don't know how bad things are going to get because of climate change The first episode talks about capping as a solution for superfund site What exactly is capital Yeah so capping is really just in tuning all of the toxic waste keeping it on the site itself and putting a cap on top of it Usually it's asphalt and it really is entombing the toxic waste with the hope that we will keep it there Nothing's going to happen to it So climate change flooding events because of climate change occur while that toxic waste is entombed and it's not going to go anywhere But the problem is that if you are using outdated models to cap your toxic waste there is a fear that the caps not going to hold and your toxic waste again will spread Jordan another one of your episodes looks at diamond alkali former chemical plant that dumped agent orange into the Passaic river near Newark for years Would capping help secure this side against the climate crisis Yeah so capping is a controversial decision Capping most places is pretty controversial on one side You have residents of the iron bound neighborhood in particular in Newark who say capping is not going to work because capping the site in the Passaic river It's underneath the Passaic river at the bottom of the river And if you have more extreme weather events another hurricane sandy something worse than hurricane sandy you have more of a risk of that cap breaking are getting destroyed and those contaminants spreading all throughout the pasaic river So instead as of right now the EPA has decided to dredge the contaminants from the Passaic river which just means scooping up all of the contaminated soil and soot and everything at the bottom of the Passaic river bringing it up and incinerating it at an off site location Some officials might argue that superfund sites are a relatively contained as they drag their feet on remediation as you were talking about is there a need for urgency here It sounds as if there is based on what our conversation I think there is a need for urgency And most folks that we talk to that are with other agencies outside of the EPA are geologists like our episode three that we speak with Really they have said there is an urgency and have kind of backed up what I have felt and one of the reasons why I wanted to do this podcast was feeling like there is a sense of urgency and just because you see more and more flooding and we've seen more flooding events and extreme weather events over the years And yeah you've had decades to clean these sites up I think this is kind of the kick in the butt that the EPA and other places other agencies need to clean these sites up Jordan goss poire is the host of hazard in Jay the new podcast series from NJ spotlight news Jordan thank you for joining us Thank you for having me Apple TV plus presenting shining girls starring Elisabeth Moss years after a brutal attack Kirby Mas raji learns that a recent murder is linked to her assault Emmy eligible all episodes now streaming on Apple TV plus support for WNYC comes from into the Woods starring Sara Bareilles Brian Darcy James patina Miller philippa Sue Gavin creel and Joshua Henry 8 weeks only starting June 28th at the Saint James theater more at 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"poire" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"poire" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Area Most of the suburbs right now are getting stoned on at the moment 14° at O'Hare 16° above poire and midway 13 to cab and 15 in Rockford I'm Dave salgado in Chicago's very own 7 20 WGN Who's going to be the next governor of the state of Illinois Will it be the well I'd be the incumbent JB pritzker or will it be one of a handful of people on the other side who say no I want to be the governor the Republicans and then some independence too We interviewed one of them last week Let's find out about the latest announcement Mark Maxwell joins us now He is the capital bureau chief for neck star at W CIA TV a market's John Thanks for joining us Again you're on WGN How are you I'm good Happy Monday always great to be with you Talk to me about the mayor of aurora So award many people may know of course the second largest city in Illinois which offers some executive experience at a pretty high level of government but Richard Irvin is a black combat veteran who also returned from fighting in the Gulf War to get his law degree become a prosecutor in his campaign launch video today He really leaned into that prosecutorial experience and said he was there with police officers as a community prosecutor going door to door on drug raids and really tried to animate that picture of fighting crime That's going to be an emerging theme of his campaign Another one was sort of suggesting a similar campaign strategy we saw in Virginia that worked well for the Republican candidate there It was just sworn into office but that was dealing with school curriculum He suggested that kids should be educated not indoctrinated And you see his story as someone who grew up with a single mom in aurora going on to achieve some high levels in government and serve our country overseas And that's the sort of American story that Richard urban wants to present to the general electorate come November But to do that he's got a call over that gauntlet of other Republican candidates who are already calling him Democrat He's pulled democratic ballots in years past but he has been a Republican precinct committee at the local level for several years So he's going to have to sort of prove himself and his conservative credentials if he hopes to win a primary in June As Ken Griffin going to finance his campaign it depends on who you ask If you ask Ken Griffin's people directly they take the arms length approach and say well we haven't really settled on a candidate yet But anyone who looks at the way these campaigns are being structured and anyone who is well sourced in all white politics that talks to the political operatives who are assembling these teams I mean it's very clear that there is coordination going on with the Ken Griffin political side and many of these campaigns and candidates And I don't think a person like Richard Irvin would jump into this race without pretty strong a degree of confidence that he would have the ammunition and firepower he would need to get across the finish line Did Donald Trump have any coattails in this race in this state And has he said anything about that We have not heard anything from Donald Trump about the race for Illinois governor but we have heard from candidates who are running who seek to claim his mantle who want to ride his cocktail so to speak And really promote their loyalty to Trump as one of their key characteristics You'll see that with states senator Darren Bailey you'll see that to possibly a lesser degree from businessman Gary Rabin But he wears a Red Hat in his campaigns and tries to sort of signal to his followers and supporters that he's just like Trump Who does You won't see much Who is the president Yeah yeah He's sort of a self styled businessman who fashions himself much in that same lane You'll see less of that from former state senator Paul Schiff who likes to take a more moderate approach and doesn't like some of the vulgar insults and the brash sort of style of politics He sees himself as someone who tries to keep things civil So former senator shift won't fully embrace Trump the way others have and then Jesse Sullivan would be the 5th and final candidate there who has had kind of a complicated relationship He wants the Trump base but I asked if he lost his campaign under a statue of Abraham Lincoln at one of his homes in new Salem Illinois just a stone's throw from where Sullivan grew up and I asked him as he stood there asking our answering our questions under the shadow of Lincoln statue hey what would that first Republican president think of our most recent Republican president Trump And he did just Dodge the question He didn't really want anything to do with it The temerity of these reporters asking that kind of question to a candidate seeking state off this will so does Irvin mention Trump in any way Well he has not spoken to the press yet Yeah that's been this interesting role Usually when you run for governor you have a big in person event or you go around and maybe that day will come So far we've only seen his YouTube video which makes no mention of Trump And we can see through public records his voting history and in 2016 and in 2020 he pulled a democratic ballot One of the questions that reporters might have for mister Irvin is hey in 2016 when you pulled that democratic ballot who did you vote for Hillary or Bernie So he's going to have this interesting one of the questions to answer is people try to figure out what kind of a Democrat or Republican he really has been in recent years Okay Richard Durbin the aurora is the second largest city in the estate of Illinois and I don't know how much name equity he has statewide but presumably I met part of the state and it's obviously a very populous part of the state he does but one wonders if that'll translate I don't know maybe you don't need south of I 80 anyway If you're going to win you got to win in the collar counties but I don't know how much name recognition he has Well you know what That story plus what's been reported is up to $300 million from Illinois richest man certainly can go a long way to getting that message out there There was just about 5 or 6 months 5 months or so until the primary So he'll have plenty of time to boost that name ID Yeah Right So that's how much Ken Griffin might throw at that 300 million That's been reported Now he does like a bunch of other candidates running for Secretary of State and treasurer and so who knows how endless the money bags are there And certainly there will be other donors interested in trying to unseat governor pritzker certainly on the Republican side there are some big pocketed donors there who have shown interest in the past I will say former governor Bruce rauner told me in a text message recently before Richard Irvin had declared he router thought he was a solid candidate and quote the best choice for the best chance to win among the current field So that's an endorsement that might come with a bit of a baggage Pure Republican voters Thank you very little $21 billion can Griffin's worth He put 54 million last year into that graduated income tax fight JB put even more than that So he's got money He's willing to spend it We'll see how it spins out It's good to talk.

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"poire" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"poire" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Sports update now George oldman has the latest It's a very poire has accused footballs authorities of only caring about their pockets and not play a welfare His side suffered a two one defeat to Italy in the nation's league third place playoff yesterday which he described as a money game Former Chelsea keeper tells Sky Sports News they're being asked to play too much You hear that now they want to put a European Championship in a work of every year When will we get the rest Never So in the end only top player so that injured and injured and injured And then at the end of the France lifted the trophy with a two one victory over Spain in last night's final While also awaiting Estonia this evening as they look to stay in contention for a World Cup qualifying playoff rob page's side a level on points the second place Czech Republic in Group B after securing a two wheel draw in Prague on Friday night Arsenal have a three point lead at the top of the wheel in Super League this morning after maintaining their 100% starts with a three nil victory over Everton champions Chelsea up to second on goal difference Thanks for tuning win against Leicester Britain's types of fury says he doesn't know for sure what he'll do next after retaining his WBC world heavyweight boxing title He knocks out giant sea welds in the 11th round of a fight which will go down as an all time classic in Las Vegas You know it's Hamilton believes the tactical error from his team costume third place in the Turkish F one Grand Prix and dented his world title hopes the Mercedes driver finished 5th and now trout's championship leader Max Verstappen by 6 points after the Red Bull racer ended up second in Istanbul Hamilton's teammate Valtteri Bottas won the race And salute still promotion to rugby leagues Super League last night with a 34 12th win against featherston in the million pound game victory in the championship by our final is thought to be worth that much to the team that goes up And that was George all the more with all the latest sport now let's get a latest thing global news is the anger and the and good morning Roger good morning and thank you in Poland more than a 100,000 people took to the streets of Warsaw to show support for the European Union.

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