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"rafael bear" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"Roger, Devo, Scotland, beautiful Scotland, my heart breaks for you. Oh, so many penalty shootout shootouts fraud from the men in place of studios in the crap part of Bedford and the crap part of Culver City, California. It's men in blazers do it live. Oh, it's penalty shoot out with season. It seems like we can't watch your game without it and I don't know. Some of them are so crap they should have just gone straight to the penalty shootouts, they? Yeah, absolutely. This is our weekly podcast in which we do it live for those of you GFL piece joining here on Spotify live. Start asking your questions in the chat right now. We'll pull you up on stage later in the show to hear from you for those of you listening to this on a delay. If you don't do it live, do you even lindstrom? The only way to actually participate in the pod is to join us here on Spotify live. Can we get a tourist rock here? We can and I'm going to talk. Oh, let me put in there. Third first butter today. And I want to put it to another penalty shootout. I want to raise this to Nottingham Forest. Oh, wow. You were born with a championship with just four points from the first 8 games when Steve Cooper was appointed back in September. They are now on their way to Wembley 90 minutes and one win away for me return to the top right for the first time in 23 years after 20 year old Congolese goalkeeper. Made three, truly incredible, mind control gamey saves in a penalty shootout of wonder manager Steve Cooper said postgame that to win a playoff semifinal. You have to do a bit of everything. You need to play well and you need to suffer and forest fans have done plenty of the latter few support groups deserve joy more than them propelled it should be noted by an American CEO, the quite brilliant dean Murphy of reading Connecticut. There will be a lot of very hungover forest fans walking around the world today. Save it every second to you to your team, courage. Roger also, this morning, news broke that the U.S. soccer federation and the men's and women's national teams had reached an agreement at last on separate collective bargaining agreements to achieve equal pay on identical economic terms for both teams. This included not just an equal split of bonuses and through the 2022 and 2023 world cups. But also ratified a quality and performance based bonuses and the move towards a pay for play model in the women's leagues as your friend, midge per said, rod. It is a moment that finally creates that one nation, one team ideology that these amazing women have been chasing for many years. Truly historic day for football in the United States. I hope a historic day for football around the world because this is pathfinding. U.S. women and men's teams will receive the same financial reward for representing our nation so that equal pay structure and what's groundbreaking is the agreement to pull World Cup prize money. No other countries ever done this. It will be fascinating to see how many now follow. I do hope that a page can now be turned on, I tweeted this on a 6 year battle that a stain the game in our nation. It truly truly has tweeted that and a couple of keyboard warriors because there's a lot of people that do love to crap on this kind of news, a lot of there's a lot of humans who love reveling in misery and search. So that was quite a hyperbolic statement. I won't be clear. It's not a hyperbolic. If you talk to sponsors who are supporting the U.S. team, this has been a massive, massive problem for the game for both teams to cause X essential pain on both sides. And I did you quoted midge I loved opening up The New York Times today and reading her quote that there's going to be a lot of girls who are going to grow up and see what we've accomplished and recognize their value instead of having to fight to see it themselves and I love that spirit are truly sure there's going to be questions in this green room pop them in the chat. Producer JW's will bring you up to the stage and we will talk more about it, but top line well done to both parties for the women for the fight for the men for the way they have ultimately handled the negotiation. I'm looking forward to speaking to Tyler Adams who was on the leadership group for the gents on our next edition of his podcast, but they've truly turned an open wound for the federation into a leadership role for the federation and I hope a true pathfinding opportunity. Roger, I'll go take a step to the side and go a little bit further as well. I sat today with a major female sports broadcaster who has nothing to do with sockets. She doesn't have a soccer. And she was making the point of the effect that this has, comparing it to Billie Jean King and the beginning of the 70s, that the effect this has on women's sport and society in general that goes way beyond soccer around the world. There's too much inequality across sport after sport after sport. Even tennis where Billie Jean King did so much work so many years ago, there's still terrible disparities in prize money. It's ornaments all over the world. So bravo, I'm so happy that this is finally resolved I said one of the notes and bloody elated that part of the story here is that NWSL has written to the extent and it's still got so much more growing so much more development, so much more possibility, but it's going to such a level that the players feel confident they can earn a living by playing club football and they're not utterly dependent on international contracts and so they see a future, which is like the men's game where the real income comes from club game, internationally. In the past, it's really been about if you are a member of the U.S. women's national team, you will get a contract that gives you a real salary and everybody else is fighting often doing second jobs, but it is about the growth of the NWSL that's propelled this so congratulations to them to absolutely rod. Okay. The game we just witnessed while the drama rangers won Frankfurt one after a stalemated first half of the Europa League final burst into life when Joe aribo pounced on a two time mistake to open the scoring 12 minutes later a cross from eintracht's flip cost stitch found his teammate bore at the back post to level the scoring and send it to extra time and they'll need the team really looked like aeroplane for penalties. That's exactly where it went. It was Rafael bore again, stepped up for the final trip penalty and scored it great finish for the German side after Kevin trapp earlier had saved Aaron Ramsey's attempt. I'm track Frankfurt our Europa League champions roger. The Adler. I mean, what a festival of football we have witnessed watching really Seville become a Star Wars cantina pack with a 150,000 Frankfurt and Glasgow rangers fans who came should have been in Baku, Ron should have been a Baku. I know I had two funny I thought that why didn't I get a proper footballing point? What's wrong with you are you for why are they not? Why are they leaving money on the table? They could have taken it to Tajikistan or many other places, but they were they choose Seville and that beautiful stadium, that humid, humid football night. And the football was delirious energy, these fans have just drunk themselves stupid in a largely a hope. I mean, reports started to flicker out of trouble between some of the ultras and the Glasgow groups, Glasgow fans who'd had the fear, but I mean the scenes have been absolutely the joyous in the main. I loved every second. And as a as a game, I said it didn't really live up to the prelude as a sandwich yet. Yet the three days of drinking and the policy shootout, but the middle part of the sandwich or slightly less so you know for long spells in the first time. All I could think of was that after a day on the lash in Seville, David, the amount of sun burns on the return flights to the United Kingdom. We're going to be staggering, right? Yeah, it must have been amazing. I'm pretty sure rangers must have won the three day drinking regular time. That was not that never had to go to extra time or penalties. But yeah, I mean, well, every rangers fan looks like they could.
"rafael bear" Discussed on The Guardian UK: Politics Weekly
"We had a quite amazing moment at the press conference and following it when professors witty and grounds were were asked to respond to questions and an unto respond to this viral tweet from nikki menards about poor cousins friend who had some serious problems. Apparently with his anatomy after getting the vaccine is probably wasn't expecting it to be scrutinized by the uk's chief medical officer. How much of a problem is that kind of viral tweets from celebrities or is it to be honest. Just quite funny. Oh i think is a huge problem and you saw from. Chris wishes response that you know he. He finds it distressing. I mean i couldn't tell whether you've actually heard of human nausea did a good job of sorts of responding to the general problem of misinformation. Thank you so. There are a number of myths that fly around with varying some of which are just clearly ridiculous and some of which are clearly designed just to scared happens to be one of them that is untrue. My own strong suggestion. If i may to media present and not present is repeating them in public actually just gives them credence which they don't need and as we've gone through the summer where there is enough immunity that people consider behave more or less as they were before without the sky falling in. I think we are in a particularly dangerous moment. Now with this where you could easily look around and think what is the fuss. What was this all about to begin with. Look know there's no it's all been a bit of a sky or it's open a bit overblown. And i know that this health professionals and people in government. Oh very worried about that. As it were the the liberation that signs has afforded us could end up being weaponized against the signs. Never a dull weekend with mr by fell back. Thanks ever so much for joining me especially as ever and that's all from us this week. Make sure to listen to friday's episode of politics. Wiki extra to jonathan freedland conversation with none other than the former secretary of state and presidential candidate hillary clinton but for now i want to thank our guests rather grotty ruina mason and rafael bear the producers. Were hattie moya and daniel stevens. I'm jessica alba. What do you look after yourself. And thanks for listening. This is the guardian..
"rafael bear" Discussed on The Guardian UK: Politics Weekly
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"rafael bear" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"All built on a foundation of lies, folks, because the indispensable doctor said Gorka is not here Today he is taking the week off. I am Kurt Schlichter. I am at the command console here at the relief actor studio. Actually, I'm at the relief actor Studio annex in Southern California. Am 8 70. The answer is providing me a venue to be guest hosting today and I want to continue my conversation with my pal Tim Young. I want to get his thoughts on Georgia. Him. What are your thoughts, Georgia. I'm not feeling good because imaginary imaginary governor of Georgia, Stacey Abrams is claiming to have this 1.2 million votes, which, by the way, remarkable how quickly she was able to find 1.2 million votes for this. It's run off election coming up. I just think we're in steel Part two, and I don't know that this ends well. I don't know if I believe anything that Stacey Abrams says That isn't related to a ham sandwich. Waffle House field, But yeah, no, I I I agree with you on that. But You know, they're very blatant. The Democrats have become very, very blatant and disgustingly blatant and spiking the football and claiming that, you know, they're winning and yada yada and look ain't nobody believes that job all you got 81.2 million votes legal votes. Know what on I think, I think probably we're gonna have 300 million people vote in the Georgia election. You know, I saw a story the other day that said it could take days to find out who won the election. Of course, it's going to take days to find out who won the election because they got to go find the votes after the Republicans win clean Yeah, I, uh I was somewhat happy to see that the RNC had finally decided to, you know, file some lawsuits before the election, which would seem like a good strategy to as we say in the military prepare the battlefield, which they didn't do last time. Um That's you know, that's good. I think that we've got a lot of money down there. The polling seems positive for our folks. And you know Reverend Rafael born Ock. Is a outright lunatic. Jonah Sof combines the best of John Edwards and Teddy Kennedy in one Baidoa esque package. I'm I'm sure if he's a furry or not, but I wouldn't be surprised. I just don't see those guys as anyone that a honest Georgia electorate would send a Washington. Yeah, but nobody felt Joe Biden somebody that anybody would send in Washington either. And then they cheated. So, yes, you're right. It's clown town down there, but But I just think there's a lot of factors at play, including Democrats spiking that's upon thinking they could cheat again. I'm just gonna keep saying you're gonna cheat. I'm so furious about this last election. And how about me? They've been and how braggadocious they've been with it simply by you. That wouldn't be right to do And that's like Bodacious except for bragging bourbon and a half I start saying Braggadocious. Oh, good, you know, could pour another Tim. It's a long segment. Oh, WeII have another three minutes. You've got two more in there. I know I got I got radio station coffee here, which is in its own way. More hallucinogenic. Yeah. You know what? I got it. Take up stuff. It's fantastic taste all the things that Z almost as much of a scan is this last election is that you believe that K Cup coffee take different from each other, and I'll take stale anyway. It's it's radio station kind of coffee Do states worse, and radio station. Taste it taste better in a army field command post conflict That'll understand it Taste like said working radio stations. I know you do. I know you do. By the way, By the way, you should complement our congratulations. My 30th anniversary of Desert Storm I was out in the desert running a heavily armed car wash. I mean, sure, Congratulate. Thank you Find no, I'm no people to judge. Yeah, you. Are You the guy that like when the USO comes to challenge got three tickets to stuff? You're like the first one in line? No. When No, No, Here's a true story when the USO came to Kosovo They basically the general call me. Um it's colonel selector and like, Yes, sir. I was only 10 occurring all the time. He says that you're a stand up comic. I said I was He's well the folks there late, so go out in front of 500 infantrymen and entertain them. Unlike you think, instead of Leanne Tweeden in a bikini, they want to see Colonel Kurtz, collector and camouflage. How's that sound, sir? So that was I had a good joke, though. I said you won one. I had one good joke. I said, Guys, guys, I want to, uh, I want to let you know I have some good news and some bad news. The good news is they found the luggage with Leeann Tweeden bikini. The bad news is, they also found the luggage with Rosey Greer's bikini. Mm hmm. It went over very well. Somebody found that funny right now. That's a good one. But, hey, they were in the desert. They weren't coastal, though. For six months or a year, by the way, I I perform for the troops before and I'm always happy to Diogo veterans organizations and stuff from nothing. So if any organization wants me to come and perform for him at home runs, his mouth is easy to find me. You have to do you about besides being available for veterans organizations and Children's parties?.
"rafael bear" Discussed on KOMO
"Go here next. Com. Allies in Georgia, as the states to run off Senate races will decide the balance of power in the Senate Democrat John Assaraf is facing Republican incumbent David Perdue and tells ABC is this week massive voter registration efforts in Georgia have changed it from a red to purple State. Decade of organizing much of this work, led by Stacey Abrams. Has put the wind in our sails here in Georgia. What we're feeling for the first time in four years is hope. The other Senate race pits Republican Kelly La Flor against Democrat Rafael born Ock. The Trump Administration gets another legal setback over decision by another official who's officially acting because he's acting and not confirmed by the Senate. Acting Department of Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf assumed his position on lawfully, says a federal judge in New York, which, says Judge Nicholas Carr office invalidates Wolf suspension of Dhaka, The deferred action for childhood arrivals program which shields young people from deportation. In August, the Government Accountability Office, a bipartisan congressional watchdogs, said Wolf in his acting Deputy Ken Cuccinelli were improperly serving an ineligible to run the agency. No comment from the Department of Homeland Security Police in New York City have made an arrest in last month's attack on Honey, I shrunk the kids actor Rick Moranis. Lisa 35 year old Marquis Ventura's sucker punched the actor, knocking him to the ground near Central Park home on October 1st. They're calling it quote random, unprovoked assault. This is ABC News. Coma.
Tory leadership battle hots up, and all change at Change UK Politics Weekly podcast
"This is politics weekly. I'm Heather Stewart Naza time for us to believe in ourselves. What we can. And that's why I am standing to be leader of the conservative party Boris Johnson began his leadership campaign in earnest this week, telling him peas he was best placed to beat labor and put Nigel Farage back in his books. Meanwhile, leadership rivals queued up for an audience with Donald Trump as the US president blew into town for his photo opportunity with the Queen the contest kicks probably next week. So is it still for assist to lose this week? It's all change at change. You pay the six of eleven piece, depart, the flushing party. We talked to one of those sticking with it, Chris, Leslie. That's all in this week's politics weekly. And then there were eleven early casualties of the Tory leadership race this week were Kibble house, and James cleverly who withdrew as the party agreed new rules to weed out candidates with little chance of winning the six front runners with enough declared supporters are burst Johnson Dominic Robb, Jeremy hunt. Michael g-o-v such each of it. And Matt Hancock Johnson is current favorite to be anointed. His prime minister in the week of the twenty second of July, but a month is a long time in politics. Could we be looking at prime minister movement or dope, McVeigh by the summer while I'm joined to discuss all this by Katie balls from the spectator, and Ellie Mae o'hagan and Rafael bear from the guardian Katie was going to say you had a ringside seat at the hustings on Tuesday night, but you, you were the ringmaster hustings on Tuesday night, and we journalists most of journalists were outside in the corridor. Sad to say what, what was the mood like in there in the room managed to get a seat? So I was chairing the discussion and it was one one by one interviews. I think demeanor was fatty polite atmosphere. I think ahead of it, there was some talk that both could be heckled. And it was this is because it was the one nation caucus. So this is the group of conservative MP's headed up by Ambrosia NICKY, Morgan, now, I think there are lots of conservative MP's would describe themselves as one nation conservative term. Isn't it exactly? Specifically this group, they have the declaration of values which relate to things like having a United Kingdom the environment at free enterprise. I think what the best known for is don't like no deal, and they are opposed to nodule Brexit. So both Johnson describes himself as one conservative useless to saying that he went take canoe deal Brexit off the table. So there was some of you that this could be a real confrontation. But I think everyone listened to ever and had to say and before you an hour after gone splash on the front, free newspapers his comments, so love invasion did gap from the then of. Associates. Boris Johnson's pitch is was that he wasn't going to soften his new deal Brexit nine, but he did try and play up of the things that he would have in common with the MP's and the room. I think what's really benefiting Boris Johnson right now is someone called Dominic Robb because compared to Dominic Robb Bros. Johnson, seems less right? Win some of the MP's in the center of the Tory party on various issues, and that's making them think that if they have to have Brexit Hugh, is willing to countenance a deal Brexit. Bruce Johnson is a less bad option than someone like Dominic grump. I'm Michael go wrath last night. At the second round of these hostage not shared by Katie. We should say put himself in different position again. Didn't he said on what the idea of October thirty first? So he's the sort of even slightly more sensible Exeter's. Yeah. This has been Michael goes position for some time, which is essentially sort of the most as it was author, dogs, true believe of breaks. It's here up. To the point of accepting no deals. Because now for a number of reasons that he can't quite go that far and say, you know what? No deal is something we should do partly probably just because he is just a slightly more rigorous serious thinker than some of the people who prepared to go along with no deal. Chatting, I think he genuinely understands the hazard for the state for the economy. That would be involved in that I think, particularly the department that he was in, when he was environment. Secretary just introduced him to a lot of the practical problems that go along with doing no deal. And also, he has to recognize he's very tight cool politician, he recognizes that, you know, between. I think he's absolutely right. What she said about Dominic Robb based carving out this space football to be sort of as it were one row into simultaneous when you've got someone who's out in the oil, being completely bonkers and that's actually quite good position for Boris to be in. And so Michael really has to then pitch himself as insofar as a center of the conservative party unity. Can't that, that would be him. And I think broadly speaking, that is at least logically true. If you did a kind of a growth with a sort of X Y axis that sort of leave one end remain on the other tra- Thatcherite with slash and burn pros therapy on one, acts and one end sort of old skirts, though, wet invest spend money on stuff at the other end, and it sort of scatter plot on that axis of where all the parliamentary Tories are you'd probably find they've pretty much in the middle of that the problem is that being that Younes you can also means you alienate people on various fringes, but he, I think he's probably put himself in fairly tactically, g position and any took him out. Dominic mopping out out in the aisle. There last night's contribution from him was that he'd be willing to provoke parliament to suspend parliament, if necessary to get no Brexit, no deal Brexit food. That's pretty extraordinary, isn't it? Yes. Absolutely extraordinary. And I mean, this is a very cliche thing to save it. I, I wonder what the. Action would have been in if, if a labour MP had said that, I mean, I feel that people would have been saying it Stalinism is going to be tanks on the lawn of parliament square. You know, of course, perogie parliament is a crazy idea. And yeah, I think we should really reflect on what's going on in the conservative party. I think something really extrordinary is happening in that party. That is the case. Katie's ideas that would have seen credibly fringe now in mainstream discussion in the Tory polcy I would save on the parade and parliament comment. Dominic robb. He is that minority view of all the candidates, and actually, like a lot of people have reacted very badly to the idea. You're going to provide parliament, so I mean, it is something that you can't say they would do it in that room. It landed very badly and is interesting that in the hustings chat, every single Brexit he was saying, they would Constance emoji Brexit. So sad Javid. Andrea leads him and Boris Johnson explicit. Early route parading parliament. So I didn't think it is a majority view in the conservative party Andrew, let's inset that she consulted Klux at some point, and had wet this wasn't really viable option such Javid said that he's what parliament had to have a say. So, I think what you seeing is when it comes to Dominic Robb, what of the votes, he is going to try and make the final t now the European research group, that is a great gift, the eurosceptics of the policy that feel most strongly on having clean Brexit. Now, I think by having this dividing line between himself and Boris Johnson. I think it helps Boris jokes in many respects, I think Dominic Robb is trying to pick up this European research group votes to try and get further and free the rans, and he now has something to say, I am more serious about delivering no deal than my rivals less sanguine about the tool, even if it's only a tiny amount even if it's just only grow Francois talking about perogie Parman because Elliott this really is happening here is. Constant ratcheting of the parameters of was a normal discussion about what you should do in this country, further and further away from things that are practical. And so when you hit talk about a sort of global trade breaks or clean Brexit, or no deal Brexit. There's really no discussion of actually involves what practically that means. The reason Dominic Robb way, anyone would entertain parochial parliament is because there is this question of, could you actually persuade parliament, is that some potential parliamentary obstacle to delivering no do? And even the quite moderate will self stop motoric candidates in this race when they sable I wouldn't do not. We Michael go says, will we pretty have to get another extension their explanation is because parliament won't permit no do now? That's a pretty cowardly way of framing it. Because actually the reason not to do is because it's a terrible terrible idea. There's no such thing as a clean. Brexit, immediately often odeal your whole legal system, your economy in chaos your force back into in the Goshi action with the EU but for a much weaker position is properly bonkers. No one was seriously. Counseling in two thousand sixteen or twenty seventeen is only Lanzoni gender now and as the sort of the framing of the debate moves it just becomes a entirely normal thing to this Gus. And when half of the field of Tory candidates are prepared to discuss that quite normally that suggests a as was just said that the conservative parties in, that's a very peculiar place, ROY now when I'm part of that is because the backdrop of the discussion is what's going on impeachable this week where there's a by-election and Nigel. Farage is Brexit party looks as if it might do quite well, right. That's, that's what's in people's eyes were having this discussion. I think there is a sense that the Brexit party if you're going to the various frets to the Tory vote, the Brexit party frat is tina's at greater threat right now than the liberal Democrat vote now it's interesting. Lots of Tory candidates went to say, hey, we can actually win both voters back. I think never skepticism as how you unite voters who have said many times they want to know deal Brexit. They were only take that as being a Brexit that they would accept as fitting. Description, and how you those remained conservative OTC feel very isolated by the party and looking at the nipple Democrats. And I think he looked at the European election. Results teapot, is very well very clear Brexit positions. But completely opposing and that's a riddle I think every main party when it comes to working at had to get a big coalition of voters. I think on the Brexit polity point, there is a general sense, and I think you saw this in the hustings this week that such Javid stage loss of support. Actually, when he said the way to beat the Brexit party is by not being the Brexit party, and I think there are lots of Tory MP's you feel that you need to deliver Brexit. But you shouldn't be doing straight the noise Farraj playbook to do that anyway. Let's talk about Johnson was a briefing with a Tory poster Lord Haywood this week, who was saying he comes out with the most popular candidate. So he's the conduct people most not recognized like he also comes out the most unpopular candidate. He's an incredibly divisive, and polarizing figure isn't he would lay relish, the chance of taking on Boris Johnson to think gem, an election. I don't think that labor would relish taking on Boris Johnson though. I, I also think that we shouldn't underestimate Michael g-o-v is particularly fees. I mean I is total speculation on my part, but, particularly if he's still in contact with his old colleague, Dominic Cummings, then labor probably will be in trouble who, of course, helped run the vote leave campaigns by significant figure in the vote leave campaign. Yes. On this very talented, political tactician. Boris johnson. I think Boras he, he represents the kind of era that we're living in.
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