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"remco" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"That's lacquer dot. Cool. Forward Slash Club. Well, we're just a couple of days away now chaps from that huge date that we've all been looking forward to all year indeed for the last. Thirty nine years fifty one weeks. On five days. Start a ban KI is on Saturday August the first. It's also it's also your birthday go. Rhino says the Cup final day we shall. We shall sing singer today with with our rendition. All, happy breath or something that we're allowed to to sing for rights reasons Lionel Lionel clear it. Anyway started Bianchi. It's is on I. Mean we are. We feels like we're tip toeing towards races not taking anything for granted toll. You know we saw last week and Spain were late withdrawals from teams unhappier the the health protocols and we've seen in Burgos that these are going to be very strict. They're going to be casualties and I guess we won't really be confident that started bank he's on until we see it with our own is unfolding. On Saturday but as major races go, it's is a great one to have back. So early because it's a spectacular beautiful race, normally her held and quite cold conditions in early March or often cold conditions set to be very hot at the weekend. So it'd be a different race we'll out we'll make. A different race, do you think that the heat and the time of the year I think it'll be it'll be very different because it's going to be a hot day on on those particular roads does not a lot of shade and You know we are we will be in August I think. It's going to be different shots to the system for most of the riders it's going to be I. Think Full Laura's is going to be that first the first rice isn't right? Anyway. I. Love. The big guns are out sentence far as classics in one day races concerned lots of Saigon Venema Philippe is the defending champion goals. So yeah should be should be cracker unfortunately on the same time it's a cup final. What should we hear from someone who's going to be on the start line in Tuscany in Sienna in Tuscany on Saturday, Mitch Darker host of course of life in the Peleton who the cost Mitch's for a number of years which we host that we saw from naturally his shot with Luke Thurbers this week and this week's episode really interesting on Strana being. Mitch never ridden it before. and Luke. Darvish. Tournament many times some interesting stuff about equipment choices and entire choices and things like that I know show the pros training on gravel or something a few years ago. Everyone would have said You mad riding a road bike on gravel and now it's it completely flipped round on it. You you're not practicing riding your rope bike on gravel. So I know that Mitch has been writing on seeking out the gravel. Roads in an around Girona where he lives he's also been training in an Dora and on Wednesday. He took a flight across to Italy and he's looking forward to his first race since the restart Mitch back in March, we were recording an episode of life in the Peleton sat down with Luke Bridge to go through the POSTBAG and you're looking forward to riding Straw to Bianca in Tuscany in Italy and sampling the white roads for the first time, and of course, covid nineteen, th the rate of canceled, and there's been no racing since until this week the the the pro racing started back up again and your back in action this coming weekend at Straw to be. not a spring race any longer, but race being held in the high of the Tuscan summer. taught me through what you'll do from from this point now through to. Stay on Saturday as we talk now I've sort of got my last load in the legs of had a few easy dies finished messy block. Emphasis on the would massive because it really did feel big because the laid off has been more or less from that lockdown never really stopped because it was always like rising could happen rising on having an as the story goes I've done them biggest buildup I've ever done. Shot it down on fraud I had Sommese dies in today was loss Hedayat and. Amid with Luke reach and we did our own little strategy Yankee around in here in Girona peaked out some white roads are dirt roads on the road black and. Has, written a few times. He was shown me the ropes for me. It was getting the feeling of running gravel on roadblock and following a wheel on the gravel. So that was today go the loss loading and tomorrow travel either die off or a Cruzi rod if I can get out early in the morning, my kids will make sure that I'm Nas Nelly don't worry about that, and then on the plane, which I think is going to be pretty interesting experience. I'm sort of in the back of Mon Mon expecting the worst. So anything better than that will be great. And once we get down there needs to the on the physical side of things. I've got a couple easy. We've you know the typical pre rice heat out on the day before the rice? But I'm really leaving everything I've been I just don't know what's going to happen and I'm very not skeptical but I'm just aware that things could go sidewise I've just got to be ready for that mentally and not lose my wife because my normal rice plan hasn't gone to two point I'm just like okay. Things could not go to jail. So just be ready for that, and as long as I'm ready to Rice on I. think that's the most important thing that's sort of where I'm at at the moment. Yeah. What will be will pay rather than a painting everything on something happening just in case I can I can understand that when you say about the the flight kind of thinking of the worst is it your sense of being around groups of people in a confined space everyone? Will be wearing mosques I. Guess, it's GonNa be I mean I've I've been on a flight yet? Certainly something on not exactly rushing it's not our guest. That's what you're losing to isn't it just the experience of getting on a fly in these weird circumstance also just the process of you know, hey, you can sort of get to an airport and expect to walk through the security checking gets you sade and get on the applying and everything be Smith that never happens as you know. It's always gets blown Wyatt and you always get pissed off you always get like these hall airport sort of personality. Yours height everyone's a we'd posted the airport so. I think if I'm sort of aware and ready for that, and that's going to be like tons by ten because it's going to be like a million sanitizers and a million checks and. I'm just preparing for that and that can get there and just be like someone gets the millionth. I'll be like all right now I'm pissed off but at least it's not the tenth and. I think that's going to be the case trying to keep your head on any if there isn't a million checks and get through pretty crazy. Then I'm winning you know that's that's what I'm preparing for and. I'll probably get to the second chicken lose my mind, and that'll go out the window but that's that's what I'm ready for have you had any heads up on what the protocol will be around the race and how different it might be. I've just heard a little bit from the Gaas at Burgos on just before is you know it's squeezed with the mosques everywhere and and even just reading about team something out of. Touch with a Rawda who has contracted covert and I think that's going to be a little bit of the trend at the moment that you've just gotTa be aware and ready for. Like I said the worst you know potentially someone that you training with the couple of days before he contracted it or show symptoms and all of a sudden you're out of that right that you prepared for you rested for you fueled for as a it sounds funny that you'd get disappointed about about that. But everything is a process, a new train Hanta point you rest annually yourself fuel arpan get ready for the rice sock logically physically, and then all of a sudden have that rice pulled away is such a defining moment to not get out there and a chance to expend all that energy all that built-up. Freshness all that sort of stuff just come home and just do training. It's it looked to quickly go to a story. This happened to me last year was preparing for London and bit silly story but I was prepared for the rice owls garnered the welter off towards London was a great heat out for me. I love that Rice and all of my possible deny. So the not for the rice, I'm trying to pack my bag. Not before to grow the rice. I lost my passport. It was the most deflecting moment I ended up doing my own. London around here in Toronto, just to. Get rid of the steam was ready for Rice. Did this amazing training on my mind but? That's the feeling I think. You sort of got repaid for unfortunately, it could happen to you and we've seen it now at Burgos one of the teams poured out. Sorry..
"remco" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience
"Talks son. Let me talk. Hey tell him to get up with a guillotine stand up. He's one hundred percent right now. He loves watching so he did. That was the thing he was able to stay on top. How many sweet sweet legs? Yeah tell them sweep. I'm here I that's gags not working from the job. Hey from gotta read the to read the room. Read the room. Sorry guys I get so involved in fighting. It's my life a bug fly across the screen. I panicked the fuck that I a corona fly. All mountaha loves the trouble. Come up pop up cup up. Remember back in the day. Oh Shit voice for shared to talk coming back. These guys are remember when hoist fought he mounted someone. No-no markle. I'm trying I'm trying to look at this. Look at this right here. All he had it he had somebody far. Remco pardew way back in the day and Windy Mountain them. Remco tapped out because we thought wants someone got the amount that was supposed to mount guys are so good so good you know amount of assets everybody knows Brazilians. It's over. We're all nobody quite A. What a smart do your killed off chronic aggressive. Probably MISS THE MARKLE. Who are era like calling fights live and then get a chance to see his? You're after that wasn't hitting the Paul Violins fight. I remember training and watching the UFC. I'm I'm I'm doing just for a year year and a half and all my friends are. They're afraid to do what they won't do it. I'm trying to drag what they we're watching the UFC. And I forget who was but he was a type one guy who had been doing for six months and they said that like he was about to find. Forget his name. He cow worship Cuban. He had been used. A taekwondo. Black Belt had had a bunch of schools and he had been doing Jujitsu for six months and I remember telling the party. I said he'd been doing it for six months like it was a long time like he was a very long time. I'm like he's GonNa Fisher. There's no pulled out of. I thought for sure he was going to arm bar. This guy and the whole time. Krylov is good top. Control had a brief conversation with your goals what you stop talking Gracie realize going where no yeah exactly. It was going throw people into wanted to do you had a conversation with Kron Gracie. I want everyone. And he's there and say what's up. Hey and then. We're talking a little bit and I like this. He's yeah I'm looking to fight pretty soon. I go cool man. Do to fight it fight. You have nothing to prove and he goes. Yeah I do I have.
"remco" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
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"remco" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Twenty five at science in Sport DOT COM AT SIS C. P. Twenty five just before we go on to talk about Aramco. Evan the poll am crashes coroner quickly from last week. We had a a message from a listener called. Tailgate can heart and who pointed our discussion last week about the new. Uci rule that allows development team rights to write for world through teams. And it's been done already this season By Ub's Ma in provence and Israel stocked nation at the Herald Sun tour. So there we go. 'em So jake sture for Groupama. Fda last weekend wasn't the first. Thank you for that tale to keep less than even though. M We usually make errors. Now we're GONNA talk about. How Corona virus might affect the racing 'em is developing story in Italy. Really fooball March has been canceled bite. Races may well be under threatened or some big ones there. She weeks but before we get onto that am the racing the has been run while Remco Avenue poll and Al Gharb was really the standout performance. Wasn't it it was. I mean he's ridden to stage races a season. One both of them and these twenty years old Fresh Years Appro- las year. He had a very good year. I think most of US imagined for all his phenomenal talent. They would take him two or three years to find his feet as a professional because even been racing his bike for that long and but he is quite. The phenomenon isn't an e said in all Garba. He's not quite as best that he's got a couple of kilos to lose before the Jiro on. You do wonder what is ambitions will be going into the Jiro. Yes rich Very impressive on. I'm still sort of struggling to wrap my head around it really Just based on his physiology. There's nothing remarkable. Nothing stands out is quite short He doesn't particularly look like You a sprinter a time Charleston. Climate just kind of very average build and just kind of coincidence of what seems to be a bit of a genetic freak coming from the the absolute sort of cradle of professional cycling in in the world. You know it's not. As if there've the Belgians have evolved over hundreds of thousands of years to be the best bike riders in the world professional segments existed for just over one hundred years and the gene pool has become. We've we've often said this in the last fifteen or twenty has become a lot wider. And that sort of you would think would reduce the odds freak. A new set of free did appear reduced. The odds of him coming from From somewhere like Belgium in a sport where physiology and genetic makeup are absolutely key is primarily a physiological exercise right nearby so I'm I think it's quite astounding really am. I do think there's a danger that you know people will expecting to win. Absolutely everything competing. Yeah I don't think we've seen him Really beat the best in the high mountains while we certainly haven't yet he's references in the high mountains are pretty pretty slim. I'm not least because he's he's not really rice much in the high mountains. He's pretty new cycling four or five years ago we still playing football and thought it was going to be a professional footballer and even as an amateur didn't do a lot of the big mountainous races. Valdosta home the lease our in France and these races where we usually. We usually see someone's credentials in the mountains but I put anything past him in. Jira chip on being facetious. When I suggest that he's going to win the Jiro he he's not really written anything like the claims that he will write the Jiro. And but you do you watch especially in a time trial. Which is he talked about. Cycling began tests officials time-trial. The race of truth is ultimate test of just pure ability to beat ruined Dennis to catch Don Martin as he did and he's so impressive Luke Hamming he has a small guy am surprisingly strong in the time-trial contender. I would think for the Olympic time-trial Golden Japan and Y- he does appear to have the the ability to write up hill too. So you know looking a bit further down the road. There don't seem at the moment to be any limit suggest. The unusual thing about him being a Belgian is that has skillset is not the typical badgen skill set in the one the one the one race he might struggle on his state to refunders a pirate bay. And because he doesn't look like the writer who would excel on. The cobbled stretches of the cupboard claims an. He's just too small for that. But you know it's a long time since Belgium has had a grand tour contender really am nine hundred. Seventy nine Belgian grand tour win wasn't lying a lot was the subject of your friends and a couple of years ago. Seventy eight. Sorry the ping-pan Jiro. Yeah so you know. I think he looks just on on paper. And if you study results and Lucas performances. He looks like he might develop into a grunter contender. Certainly I think just just to out very quickly napalm for you come in and the other amazing thing given the number of races. He's already one is hasn't really one many any kind of sprint. That's another area. Where we we never really know how good he is You know I suspect that he's a guy who will win out fifteen groups and twenty groups fairly regularly but we haven't really seen that he hasn't needed to do that yet. Yeah I'm with you Daniel in not really being able to place this Start to the season in any kind of context. I mean the the Vuelta Assan one last month or rather finished at the very start. This month is a pre season friendly. Isn't it I don't want to dominate with faint praise? But it's not necessarily an indicator of coming how about how about dominate with without right. But it's not an indicator of potential grand tour victory. Is it really? It's a it's A. It's an early season race where the field is not that deep and yes he wanted in important impressively. I'll go of is slightly different in that. Certainly the last ten years it's enjoyed a real Real really stepped on from being a sort of a small race wasn't very important for the Portuguese. Peleton not really a race attracted a big field of of stars but really seems our better contoured. Winning two thousand nine. It's become an early season pointer. Victories in Las Ten Years Ritchie Pau Mikhail Korea Kofsky couple of windows. Guarant- Thomas primos robe. Which as well. I'm Paul Gotcha last year. It's a it's a race where you know. You're going to get a decent field. But as I say the star of the PODCAST. The PELETON is really split across Forefront at the moment and it's it's really hard to kind of place these results into any context. Until you see how ev. Nepal gets on against a stronger field in a in a more difficult rice. I mean let's face it. I mean at the talk about Eddy New Eddy Merckx Eddy Merckx won milan-sanremo in his first full season as a professional. I know it's comparing completely different. Eras but this is not quite the same level as I would say performance San Sebastian by even more impressive than than winning Them winning US wheat long state in February. Yeah I I hear you But Allah fleet one in someone last year. Didn't they punch or one in all Garvin on? Winning is important. You only beat the field that you're racing against and an garb. The the field is pretty impressive. You know you mentioned Kofsky. There guys like him you might say. The race doesn't really matter. I look at his performance. Aaron think he's in trouble You know he's clearly not the writer. She actually acknowledges himself didn't they? Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah so so you know you you have Nepal. Will Will be bullied by his performances. And I'm sure that once he does race against In stronger feels he'll do pretty well. He's clearly he's clearly going really well and I thought his his performance to win on the claim was really impressive. Manny jumped the two hundred and fifty meters to go and it was. It was a perfect move at the perfect moment on. Showed something else as well. It was that high end power. You know the he hasn't won in a sprint yet. But that was kind of the next best thing Very impressive indeed. I thought who knows what's going on full just on the time. Trial as well Charles I mean that. Is the one thing napalm we with all the caveats and the the time trial win over? Dennis? I do find quite extraordinary. I know Dennis has said that you know. He saved his best until late in the year. But an for guy who You know as I said wasn't psyching a few years ago and you think of all of this sort of years of honing equipment technique and mental discipline of time trialing and someone like. Marin Dennis's has undergone and other dominant time trials before him took him a few years in general to reach the top. Yeah you think of a guy who's coming green like event apple and you know he's on a fast by can arise for a team who has produced a lot of time. I've lost few years but I find I am pretty say. He's remarkably mature off the bike as well. Listen to his his press interviews are. Are those of you know season? Bro He he. He's very polished. He's he speaks well Very touching tribute to Nicklaus masses Am Son who who still barn which you know again you know. He speaks like somebody who has been in that position for years with real real maturity just looking at his characteristics. What is the biggest raised that you Speaking today would expect him to win this year. He'll be he'd be your favorite. Just I. I think I think I generally think he'll have a similar year to pocket jar last year. And and so you know pocket. Char went on California. There's no California's your M. F. Nepal could win a race. Like the Catalina or am to Poland gas or something like that and he could well if he finished his. Jiro being a quite high position overall. Possibly but again. We don't know about the high yet but I could see him. Having a similar year to quite richest mentioned his temperament and how it easy seems to a I think that could be his biggest asset because When we're talking about him and in comparison to somebody like Gotcha ever Nepal has a what could be a disadvantage in the Belgian? And he is going to be in that Goldfish bowl of Well we know how demanding the Belgium Media Cambay an an an how analytical of performances they convey and just the breadth of coverage in the level of expectation in in a country. That is absolutely cycling. Mad which is not necessarily something that Pau would have to contend with to the to the same degree and I suppose. I'm certainly not trying to tell anyone. Ever Napoleon an an exciting and potentially fantastic rider. I'm just kind of trying to put a lid on A A level of expectation really still only twenty years old and nothing that you know. There's a tendency to to crown somebody that the new Eddy Merckx. I know we've done it. Kinda tongue-in-cheek here but even three years at a long time. I mean professional cycling an in threes time. He would still be younger than you know. A lot of writers who have made quite considerable strides into into their careers. His contemporaries are kind of going to be four five years older than him just because of the age and the progress. He's made so far. And this is one very final note of caution chaps as I pointed out sewn on twitter I think few days ago The Italian GIAMBATTISTA Baron. Kelly was twenty in one thousand nine hundred ninety four second in the twelve seconds behind Eddy. Merckx never won a grand tour. Shoot that I do cycling. Podcast team car. The back of the tax lease of PK race radio. The Tour de France. Reminding me to tell you. 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"remco" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Name should Moore. I'm with a Lionel Bernie. Jala Richard Onto Daniel free but not nearly three but and Chini say you say me Lionel. Richie how's it going? Oh Wow we're going back in time with us. I mean not to the eighteen years or so. This is your this. Is your signature right three or four years ago. Don You did. I string along for more than you've ever. You've never sung. Our podcast is a new one and obviously inspired by Francois. Tommaso north good as Francois Singer. Maybe maybe I'm starting to feel territorial. Maybe I'm starting to get get insecure. Does he does he. Does he do any MOTOWN Francois Moi's more on Francaise isn't it? Yeah Yeah Lounge singer Israel Lounge Lizard. Francois how are how are you both donyell? Have you been up to? Because I know you've been up with him. Well now I've just been I'm still this week. Rich lovely weather here had had 'em news a chance encounter with people. John Deacon Kobe the weekend a new feature in the podcast lunch with dine. Yeah I'm John Now. He's feeling territorial. I was I was I've been for a bit of a hike. A trek in the In the trauma mountains in my Orca and I was having lunch of a famous restaurant for proper English listeners. Uk listeners their original could S. valujet. And it's halfway up the hill mounting above allow the on which is perched because the old ruin of the castellina allowed anyway. This restaurant is about halfway up and it became famous in the UK because Rick Stein TV chef featured in a program and he said that the lamb he ate there was the best lamb he'd never tasted anyway. I've been there a couple of times. There was on Saturday roundabout lunchtime and who should rock up a big John. Dega go go go go go as I think. He calls himself on social media and yet we had lots of them. He was sort of secret. Grow because this Gravel riding because they Sam restaurant sit sort of at the end of a of a three three or four kilometer happened gravel road or pretty unmade road potholed road and um he he told me he never been up there and he was just sort of curious. He'd seen the sign so describe the scene he walks in. I was sitting outside side. Okay so it. Iraq's clocks he goes. Hey Don yeah but I'm David. Very much liked by coincidence. What are you doing here and Yeah pulled up. Put up a table and you had some lovely 'EM SOPA my share share alarm leg. No quizzes about the LLAMA. He'd be sort of asked me every two or three minutes. How he's the lamb. How does it compare to the last time you had it? Who IS TV chef of which you speak so warmly? But John didn't go for the lamb you went for sopa Meyer Keno local dishes sort of a slow cooked cabbage and bread soup and Yeah he was. He was He was smacking his lips that it was quite delicious. And he was there looking at the weekend because I think he will. He reveal the previous week on them. Should've been racing whilst we can but because of the Couldn't do that and was having some some time out. In Yoga training but We didn't talk about cycling much. Sorry jobs did you. Did you converse in Germany? Germany English mainly English. How was it was good napalm? you'll you'll probably got some. Yorker at some point next year. Oh Two one year I would recommend you to ask men obscene episode of Rick Steiner Program. I remember yeah. He's on a leash. Many lakes everything. That doesn't Eric Stein. He likes everything. Nothing wrong with that. Richard just I mean he smacks in says. Oh wonderful family. It's a fairly ramshackle place where it's a bit of. It's kind of like a scout. Her reminds me where I used to get changed before cup football matches and they Bish Bash. Bosh hundreds of people in the in any given lunchtime Yeah it's a bit but it's a bit of a local institution now. Rick stay actually just on A. He's just on a program during fronts and starting in Brittany workings as we can to prevent and he stopped off in Trois and tucked into some under yet and even watched it be made line out and he was. He was smacking his lips about the water. Nydia discussing must admit I think it might be onto yet four as after it to indicate the call quality that it's absolutely disgusting as opposed to just awful. You are still cycling podcast well. This has been an unconventional start to the podcast in which we discuss. Who might finish? Second at the d'italia later this year Behind the pull his Lionel hospital racing vessel news right. We'll talk about the racial as you say REMCO. Evan oppo his Season off to a flyer. He won a couple of stages of the two of the Al Gov which gave him the overall victory and while he held off what looked like a full blooded pursuit by Mac. Shaq Moon but Shaq Moon was never gonNA get one terms on the the the climb up to the FINISH OF STAGE TO EVAN. Opole then won the time trial on the final day ahead of world champion. Roman Dennis O. The top three in the south of Portugal ever Nepal Shagman and Miguel Angel Lopez. Who won one of the stages We'll talk about having OPPO. Is He the new Eddie marks? Well Richards already convinced. He's GonNa win the nicer better. Well we'll come onto that will come onto that. Meanwhile in Spain South Spain the Ruta del Sol Astana Yucca. Puja tying having a good week his first week racing. This season won the opening stage as we comment. We what we contacted live more or less on. It didn't win last week's podcast. He also won stage three barring McLaren were on his Co. Tao's on all of the uphill stages they had a strength in numbers in the top six overall but food saying one ahead of Jack Haig Austrailia and Michigan Scott who also picked up a stage win so focusing a minute ahead of Jack Haig. Mika Lander of Bara McLaren in third and he's teammates Dylan tunes and Peyot Bilbao in fifth and sixth. The Tour de la Monroe Team Davar not a great race name. That really is A. It's a bit of a bit of a mouthful. I prefer the tool. Do Hope Varberg. I suppose if the local authorities are partly contributing to hosting the racing the Mary team need some recognition in that as well Another overall victory and state win for Niagara Kintana winning on the coal days. Which of course will feature in the Tour de France later on this summer Nice story on the final stage or more on the charming little climb that rises up above two long Julian banner of Trek Sega freighter when the stage there. His father jean-francois Ben One stages of Pyrenees there in nineteen eighty six and eighty seven and in one thousand nine hundred two took the White Jersey of Pyrenees on the climb just a couple of days before his son. Julian was born So Yeah Jillian peanuts. First Professional Win as well so He's emotionally. He crossed the line. Understandable Kintana one overall ahead of Roman body and Ritchie port. The tour is underway. Pascal Common. Got His second win of the year on stage. One Caleb in one damn for the second time in a row with a really powerful sprint catching and passing at Sam Bennett on the final fifty or seventy five meters to the line and earlier on today as we speak Tuesday atom says really lay down a marker in the first leg of the Jebel feet double. That'd be racing. They're gaining a couple of days time. But Adam Yates winning by over a minute from Taddei Pugachev. Uh unless something dramatic happens. He's in the driving seat to win the tour Overall Chris. Rooms back in action there at dropped on the climb so far but tears completing stages Long road back for him. Of course the criterium deduction has been unveiled and for the first time since the very first edition in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven. There's no time trial in the room at all. The last time there wasn't an individual time. Trial was back in nineteen sixty one but that was a year that Brian Robinson one but there was a team time. Trial that year so a bit of a break from the usual format for the dolphins which is to some mostly start with a prologue time trial or short time trial and then have a decent length. Time-trial somewhere in the middle but now just eight road stages and they're very hilly course as well. Daniel is incredibly hilly But it's GONNA be exciting isn't with the war presumably time bonuses been quite important No time the deafen as swung wildly from About supposed less than ten years ago the defend I still hunt fifty kilometer time trial which was Completely well completely skewed the result in in favor of of the time Charlie. Sam I'm thinking of the Bradley Wiggins One and two thousand eleven I think there was a very long time. Trial then really perfusion a few editions. I'm before that it was always very long time trial where we actually had a question about stage race formats on twitter this week as well didn't we don you're from Jacob and he was Following a Moi talk of The Tour de France returning to national team format at never going to happen of course but I was just speculating about the strength of the Colombians. When it comes to the to the front and he's wondering why that couldn't be a week long Olympic stage race based on national teams and completely points-based including King Mountains Intermediate sprints and points for winning stage. It'll adding up like a road omnium. He says what are your thoughts on that I think. It's a cracking idea for several reasons and one You know we know how important it is for the host city of an Olympics to kind of show off the country the geography multiple multiple day event would enable them to do that Also sort of thrown out this wild idea in the past. All of 'EM GROTTO's Being Determined On a team basis or the team classification being the most important thing in grand tools. The it's not something that's happening but it would be would help. Communicate to so the lay public important teamwork is in cycling. I'm in the Olympics. You would have the issue which having the Olympics anyway of trade teams on their interest in the national teams interest possibly being at cross purposes. But I think it'd be really entertaining. Is the suggestion to replace the the road race or in addition to. I don't know Jacob didn't specify but it's unlike lately Yup lately concept I mean it's kind of kind of like the standard hammers series isn't it. I do think that the although is pretty Thing that I saw with the dolphins I mean it's not exactly radical to have a stage race just without a time. Trou- on I do think it gives a completely different complexion to the race and I think overall the wheat long stage races All being kind of same flavor of racing it doesn't lend itself to Anyone event being sit two distinct from another I mean even in this period of the season now when I really the the sort of the DC right is kind of split into quarters on the there's There's multiple different events in different parts of the world going on no one then all head to head yet that will come later on as the races Increase in significance and then While the series the the best of the best go ahead at the Tour de France. I'm I just think that it would be. It would be an all of our interest. Release the stage races. Were mixed up a little bit different formats. Different styles of racing Have a team stage race at some point during the season. I think there's There's quite a lot of potential for somebody to Give their event a unique flavor but the problem is everything it all kind of with with so kind of wedded to the idea that the the the lowest aggregate time means the best rider of the race and and well. It's a bit like the the issue with golf tournaments. Daniel isn't it. The whole season is all strokeplay apart from maybe the you know one or two match play tournaments and yet engulf their reloaded different formats that that could be played up the.
"remco" Discussed on The Canine Paradigm
"He like moves back down to the arm and regroup so it really shows people like Don wire like you. These stoves going to. He knows what he's doing he's GonNa help you get through your right here on the non. He's a good dog. He's a great dog. He's super believable. But the caveat to all of that and he sees the like. This is what you tell your friends that are thinking back getting a molly is. He can't stay with my wife Like if he doesn't work he goes crazy. Yeah eat the reason. He has the reason he's so chill the AD and spends most of his sleep on the couch and he's totally believable. And YEP head to drive him like you know and but like precious few people can say he needs to be. He needs to be blasted on Saturday with Norell with randy like she cannot put drops in easy because occasionally he gets a funky. Yeah she can't do it like she decides to me he will not let me you do it. Yeah and it's not that he needs to be physically exercised its that he has to be challenged to. He has to buy it. Like it's one of those things we can talk about about like a good molly is GonNa bought whether you want him to or not. So yeah you have to provide the things that like so it's just like play tug that kind of stuff yeah right outlets. Yeah exactly he needs these outlets and like even just putting on the mill is not enough you can run him till he's half dead and twenty minutes later. It's like didn't happen. He has to be challenged. The mill fast. Slow down this. You missed it again. Now he's told side of the main till application as well totally and that's what makes him so livable. He's good. I I like him I like him too. He's cool. I told you about. I don't know of said on the show before but he was dying he one day and you're away. One of the goals was taking down to the Kennels I and I walked out of the House and he saw me and like hey looked at me instead of me solidly until I said Hi Remco and soon as I looked at him. He's like he had this big Grennell vice turned his head away from me and went. He said Hello. I'm don needed walked off the Kennel. I walked in so I was in stitches for fucking five minutes thinking about that stupid grin on his face vice. Yeah because it was just like he's looking at me. Hey Hey acknowledging that you'd look at me look at me. I looked at him and said Hi Jamie and he just went to you know what's funny though like so you know he stayed. He stayed here a lot but he doesn't even fucking turn around and look at me when when the girls take him down to the Kennel. Yeah they put to sleep late on him and he's like Seabra and just walks off like dozen even tone around not a care in the Valerie the rare times that she has to say he's like Tom Ago. She has to get dragged down the Kennel and she gives me the eyes of like. I cannot believe you're doing this. Like how dare you abandoned me like this is like Seabra if if and when you come back whatever. I'm happy here. Okay next question find it Mm All right. The Larry Up Perrodin Niagara Oneida. That's correct saying On the back of liens question above equality Doc. China's not very reliable in your area. What are the safe steps? You can take to try and work on leash reactivity. Ando dog aggression by yourself on a daily highly.
Two dead in German synagogue attack on Yom Kippur
"Remco lean who's acting director of AJC Berlin joins us now from Berlin to discuss the anti Semitic attack on Yom Kippur afternoon against the synagogue in Hallo- Germany. REMCO thank you so much for joining us of course thank you renew now tell us what happened this week in Hallo- saw yesterday at around noon we got the first thoughts that was his shooting in which is a rather small city in the eastern part of Germany and immediately I messages we received so you know they were talking about there was a shooting at the synagogue on near the synagogue it wasn't like really clear from the beginning but you know if you hours in you know that AH story developed became pure and Kira that this terrorist tried to attack synagogue in other and it wasn't able doing that so he couldn't enter synagogue and because he wasn't like really sophisticated but sadly enough he was able to kill two random people in Holler and so that's like the short version of what happened yesterday it's interesting because when he didn't succeed to get into the synagogue thank God he shot someone if I understand correctly you shot someone on the street and then he drove to a Kebab restaurant which is kind of almost a a symbol of immigration and shot someone there you know it kind of speaks to the ways in which Jews and immigrants and Muslims uh-huh are kind of all targeted in certain situations by the same people of course yes but I guess I I really need to stress that I mean he obviously streamed his terror attack in the Internet and of course he's a racist and of course he hates Muslims but that's what I've learned from people who have seen the video and the livestream you put on the Internet and he immediately starts all this video denying the Holocaust and saying that behind all ills in society the Jews so you know it's main target and his main goal was to kill Jews from that's synogogue and you know after he failed of course he just passed by a Kebab shop and so again I haven't seen the video just you know I can only tell from you know whatever it in the news because I really don't need to see this bet she more or less really okay then you know I'd take the shop and so people there but again like you've gotta logical driven by hatred for Jews and Jews were his main targets and so I guess we really need to stress yeah we saw something similar last year in the shooting in Pittsburgh at the synagogue in Pittsburgh here in the US where the shooter was apparently driven of course by his hatred of Jews but specifically it was the fact that the synagogue had hosted like a a welcoming refugees event and he saw that as you know this kind of very classic Anti Semitic idea of the Jew as puppet master wielding all of the elements of society that you know he has a part of the so-called master race thinks of as savory so his way of pushing back against immigration was he basically felt that he was going to the source which to him was the Jews of course I mean the plays a problem you know guy who was an anti Semite very likely to be a racist and is very likely to hate Muslims so that all goes hand in hand but again like you was mainly driven by his tantric for his anti Semitism and so we ah we we just have to keep in mind and I mean again like you know these people that are always racist at the same time and I mean he he already in this video again I haven't seen it but just altruism some transcripts he also said like that you know feminism is the driving force behind declining birth rates investments ladies and you know that opened the gate you know for the refugees and you know by the Jews or letting all this migrant so of course you know there's always part of the apology of like people like him what did you think Remco of the response across Germany yesterday what happened both governmental and civil society Eddie and is it the right response so in terms of governmental responses security was a short up around Germany and this is still the case and all states as far as I know and we'll keep it this way for the foreseeable future and in terms of civil society Heidi I mean we had a few gatherings I mean we had to here in Berlin with a few hundred at these there were other gatherings and other cities and I attended the gathering here in Berlin and thankfully the chancellor showed up and express solidarity with the Jewish community but still I mean you know Berlin in the city ah like three and a half million people and you know three hundred people showing up that much I also have to stress that we had a case on Friday today I mean you know this week was very busy they could guy tried to enter to negotiate in Berlin with a knife and and AL sheltered slurs Israel so nobody wants their you know to so they're sort of a you know in this case so it's very sad that obviously people have to die people you know come out and shoulder so verity with the Jewish community I'm glad that you bring that up Remco because in just the past seven days there have been they've actually been to anti Semitic attacks or really attempted attacks in Germany of course the shooting and hollow which made international headlines but also this attempt to bring into a synagogue in central Berlin on Chabad by someone who if I understand correctly it was a Syrian refugee screaming Allah who are men the F. Israel he wasn't quite so polite as I was you know it really highlights for people the fact that anti Semitism is not something that only comes from the far right and it's not something that only comes from radicalized Muslims but it comes from both of those sources also comes from the far left do you think that in Germany there's an awareness in an appreciation for all the different sources of Anti Semitism today unfortunately not because as already right they said you know we have anti-semitism on the right that we have seen today although we are their Muslim anti-semitism which it's Friday here in Berlin we have the coming anti-semitism just thinking what PDF's and all this anti Zionism but we have also an anti Semitism mainstream society so it's coming I'm from all corners and you know people are very good at you know always like picking v. anti-semites their own ideology meeting like you know the Nafta's always pointing to the right the Conservatives always pointing to the left and I don't have the feeling that there's a deep understanding of how fundamental problem is that it's been political dishes are outlooks and this is a problem that we have like an all corners of society and not just in just one on one of my friends put out on twitter that a friend of his WHO's a rabbi in Hamburg Germany that he had requested police protection for Yom Kippur Synagogue and was re accused the police actually told him that they didn't understand why the synagogue would need protection do you think that this is a turning point is this going to be a seminal lament in Germany's understanding of the resurgence of antisemitism. Do we think that in the future police will recognize that Jews need to be protected I can only also but nowhere in talking about security you can say that we are talking about the bigger cities in Germany prank for Berlin Munich The the security is already good thought you know when you go to Jewish communities and spawners cities I mean as we've seen yesterday and you know there was not even police officer in front of this and I walk on poor and this is something that is just simply unacceptable and I've been in today and I would can you to be tomorrow and contact with authorities and officials and stressed that you know this right knowledge like the most important thing that you know security not the most important right on that every community every community every Jewish institution has to have proper protection in Germany and not only right in our you know the next three weeks but permanently because what happened yesterday can happen again and that you know a Jewish community doesn't have depiction is unacceptable and it's acceptable that's security and you know the life of Jews in Germany depend on you know how thicker doors because you know people didn't die yesterday in the synagogue you know thankfully didn't happen because the doors to the terrorist wasn't able to enter the synagogue and gave up for and again like right now the most important thing is that security is tightened in every community and for every Jewish institution in Germany so that's one thing you know what are we specific clearly looking for Germany to do and really we can broaden this to to all of Europe what needs to happen now to ensure that Ju- stay safe for all we have to recognize the problem very very cuny and we have to understand the problem we have to understand the problem is in you know we find this problem in every corner of society the leftist the right Muslim in the mainstream we have to address it properly we have to make sure that this is after we've tested and analyze that there action taken and that you know civil society supported in their efforts to counter anti-semitism and you know there are a lot of great civil society league groups that we as AJC in Berlin work with and doing an awesome job and what they're doing and you know they have to have the proper funding because this is nuts something that the state can just do so we need the support here and the civil society and yeah so that would be like the two immediate steps and certainly I mean just talking about Germany I mean we've talked about the case on Friday where this guy was tried to end I mean he was released Kathy even twenty four hours after that he tried to enter this and our goal with a knife and this is also not acceptable and there's also something you know the the politicians have to look into to see you know where we can tighten the law and that these people are at a guy like the guy on Friday you know it's not released it almost immediately and because they said there were no grounds on holding him which is you know he obviously tried to murder juice so that's not a reason to hold somebody in custody you know what is well Remco we're glad to have you on the job we know that there is much more work to be done thank you so much for updating us on this tragic an important development
"remco" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"And and in my little red book. I also say that that you can compare the work. I'm doing like film director. It's all about giving direction like elements of architecture, which I did with Remco has I was so so to say the director I made the sort of system how to read a book with two thousand five hundred pages. So it's giving directions it's editing and helping people how to to to to manage so much information. It's really. Yeah. Directing. But to make an exhibition is exactly the same. It's also making direction, and and helping people how to to to get the best out of it. If they spend an hour, two hours in the museum, you need to help them how to look and where to look, and what is interesting, and that's that's directing. But in a very seamless way. If people go to the museum to see the Rembrandt exhibition, they hardly feel my design, but it's definitely there. And it's the same with, for example, the enemies of architecture book, I did this sort of it's sort of concept. It's an idea which I do without compromise. And for me making an exhibition is making a book making a book is making an expedition for me, the difference is not that big. But I- bookmaker book may making books is what I do ninety eight percent of my job. I'm really intrigued by something that I've. You said in another interview he said that you work has never never thought. But you do consider architecture west that line few. And why why is it never us? Why does that be? Well, I went to art school to become a painter. And I it for me. But it really the reason. And if you're a painter in in the best way like there was a an artist in the Netherlands called Danda from Holden. Which I admire huge. She he was his tournaments person who marketing didn't even out a word the person died, unfortunately a few years ago, but he did whatever he wanted to do. And he always had a necessity from inside to make silkscreen to make a painting to make it for the crop. Also for him to medium didn't matter. It was the I which was made it down for hold a peace, and Dan didn't produce that much work. He only did what he thought he should do. So for me. Me I had this enormous administration. But I didn't know what to do when I was at arts always studying painting. I I didn't know what to do. I really sought. I need I need. Somebody to ask me something then I get to work. So for me is a sort of different sets that that if you want to make something that it's like an artist it's comes from from yourself. It's not commission, of course, interacts museum from MIR the all commission, but also were autonomous thinkers and makers. And and I had to feeling that I needed this. I needed to be commissioned. And there for me is the is the the line and that was book Mike a graphic designer..
"remco" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Well, he's not it seems have come quite easily to the one thing that he will not experience is. Israel suffering in losing rich, simple and losing winning. I mean, if you look at its Pomeranz lost two years. I think lost for example, one about twenty five rice and didn't win about four. Well, that's not gonna be the case in the. I can see the arguments so far, you know, for him turning pro, you know, if he stayed Patrie five Mesa point, they he would have been signed up by somebody. But also, what would he do under twenty three writer? What would be the point? Really? I mean, what would be the point? Woody. Learn more about the job as isn't under twenty three rider or could he be Tim Clark? Make the point about the first thing he's got to learn every aspect of racing. And that means picking up bottles and keeps and doing the teamwork and you know to clerk had a a look on his face. He was looking forward to schooling the young man in the hard graft professional cycling, and and you know, I think we forget that no matter how talented young writers are they have to develop an understanding and awareness of how the peleton works, and and the jobs that need to be done. I think the key factor when it comes down to release the the kind of internal. Monologue. Any young ride is had ofter year or two years or three years when he goes from being able to pretty much do what he likes in the genie random winning lot rises to to losing most of the time, and you do lose most days in professional cycling. And I think you know, as long as as long as someone doesn't absorb the what he's hearing. And he will hear things about that can become very corrosive in a young riders head and young writers mindset. And I think that's that's how what happened to auto as long as he can carry on feeling good about what he's doing. Then. I think he'll he'll probably be. Okay. Just just just when the young he is. W rebellin. We we often talk about. The other. He's he was born twenty eight years five months and sixteen days before Remco van Opole, the the number one in the billboard charts in the USA when Davide rebelling was born with walls. Can you mend a broken heart by the BG's? And in the UK was get it on by t Rex when bene- poll was born and this truly great week in modern music. The number one in UK was what ago wants by Christina Aguilera, rich, and you've never heard of Christina Aguilera. And in the UK. It was Britney Spears used to ride or phys form to make you happy. So maybe Remco Venable who's born to make happy amazing. You just you just knew this stuff off your cultural knowledge, shall we hear from another young writer as well? This is. C'mon. Pascal corn. I think superannuation et corn does them. He's twenty one zero. Yes. All right. Daniel..
"remco" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Our with laughter. I don't know what's going on their knees. Steph with the towel in the laugh. We'll put the television little red riding around the conceal himself like not to get busted in class laughing coach, maybe they're passing notes on the bench. Yeah. They're having a good time. Some sort of the bench. Renault four kids and no four something out there. But last night was one of those games the seventy five percents. The no four cures the three only, I don't know. They didn't play the three and outs. I had such a night last night that I didn't really get a chance to study the game until the fourth quarter. And I was just getting heaping helpings of funds on McKinney. Just checking Kenny. I gotta I gotta you know, what I mean, it might as well just watch got your Repco. I've got a few new faces out there. It's a there's an adjustment period. But I like what I'm seeing in the mistrust Remco mysterious Jordan bell. Well, you know what? I mean. He's over there. I mean, he's on the bench. He's laughing too. But he's just not peeling off the sweat suit. He got into the fourth quarter though but much though. Yeah. Very little Gerard co. Well, the co tipped it in moment will always be legendary. So so that happened last night, and I got to tell you I was talking to buy before this show to these. Lebron games are turning into. I feel like the warriors are now like the third banana in the NBA. We'll how so because LeBron games are. And you know, you're not on social media. I wake up in the morning, and I go to my Twitter and all the reaction to what happens to a LeBron losing games. I mean, I don't know what the big. But because it was well it was one forty three one forty two was over time. He missed two free throws seconds to go. I live for this dog. I would've iced it. And then he missed the gate. They set him up for the game winning eyeso- J. He missed that. Maybe he should ask the ref if he can shoot free throws shirtless because he'd be more comfortable he loves blazin no-shirt in practice. Here's my here's my task rule. You gotta wear your jersey. Well, I don't know. I mean, I'm just saying maybe he could try that we bring over a higher shooting percentage. Maybe look into a shirtless free throws. Everybody's buzzing way. More about the LeBron Lakers starting threes wine. Good good watch the Lakers. She got mad. And and then paulie MAC. You got yourself a World Series tonight. You know, what I'm really ready for this s bring this s on. I have very good feelings right now. I know cope does and he's a little uptight. Yeah. I do. I do. I just think that's a whole first of all. I'd like Boston win the first two games. Gimme the gimme both of them on your own field before you come back out here and just the whole idea of Kershaw having to deal with that Boston crowd chew them up all night like in that includes the Boston crowd. I don't know. I'm going to need them to show up. Yeah. You're gonna need. Suddenly, we'll probably the one thing. I will say before Jill is that..
"remco" Discussed on Beers with Talos
"No, you know, I look at medicine boy, and I look at autobahn and murder and all that stuff. And to me, it's very clearly on the side of pen testing tool. Right? It's made to attack computers that you've accessed to read. It's not automatically scanning the internet popping things intermittently. It's not using cryptos. It's not packing stuff over dynamic DNSC c. which is designed to evade detection. It's there. To basically send an attack. And yes, it allows you to obfuscate the attack and it allows you to get control the computer, but it's not doing it in a way where it would be hidden across the internet. It's doing it in a way that, in my opinion was designed to be a pen testing tool. Now, for me, when I look at something like Remco 's the fact that it's being advertised and what appears to be a forum mostly dedicated to criminal purposes. The fact that it's got a c two that's running over dynamic Dina's the fact that it's doing things like installing a key logger. The fact that it seems to be made for just about anyone of any skill level to run the fact that it's got videos on how to use it to avoid detection. The fact that the author acknowledges it's being used for malicious purposes by people, but you know, obviously they claim to have a way to fix that. But if that were true, why would we still be seeing? So you know, I think for me, that's really the line is the fact that You you know, know. big knowledge that it's being used for purposes, and yet they continue to make it more of an offer it to the market and advertise it informs perhaps people don't have our users best interests at heart. And you can compare this to other things on the market to right, like, you know, like like you brought up exploits. Right to me, that's different, right. If you have an exploit and you're selling it to like law enforcement agency or government, I don't think that's gray area. Right. I think that's the same thing as selling somebody a hammer or a screw, or a way to build something. You know you're giving the nine on, are they gonna use that to build something bad, maybe? Right? But I think you didn't necessarily design it to be used a compromise people all across the internet. Matt, feel free to rip me apart on this, and I feel like it's a weak link. I think there's a difference between providing like vulnerability information versus a fully packaged system, designed expert users across the internet and allow someone without skill to control them. Yeah, I I mostly on board. I just, I mean, I have some some less forgiving thoughts this it depends on company conduct, right? So Mattis point, for example, is is a good a good example because it's one of the things that kind of leapt to mind from your initial description that the lay person would definitely put put medicine into agree market perspective. But I think you know HD initially in rapid seven now are are good stewards of that project and are are very clear and how it's used in. It's wildly popular with a number of of. Of good guy, red teams. And so it is certainly an serves a it serves. I think it ends up serving a specific purpose. And when you look at at as I understand the software were discussing currently, the purpose of this offer discusses fairly narrow, it's invasive of privacy. You have to have a very specific set of rights to the computer that you're installing it on to leverage it. And just the behavior of the company seems Specht and you know, for a long time, you know medicine, it was an instill is free to to grab. It's not a, it's not a pure cash grab..
"remco" Discussed on Beers with Talos
"Basically four points is one build relationships to empower analysts. Three increased visibility and four hold on and like that is four very solid, basic objectives to have if you ever end up someplace new in a security management role, that's, that's it. I mean, because you're not going to be able to exercise your job. If you don't build trust with the other components of the organization and your analysts are the only thing is going to save you. And if you can't see things you're locking to be able to detect and remediate. So there's just a really solid said of guidance from Michael Bill. What's your take on this one. Yeah, I mean, so this always comes back to me from a defense perspective. The number one thing that you have to do is you have to know your environment whether that's enterprise level or the home user. The Craig was discussing right? Like you have to know your environment before you can defend your environment and if you don't, then that's going to be your biggest steppingstone. It's not going to be patching or you know whether or not you have segmentation and all that. So if you don't know what's what's important and what's there and what you have, then that's going to be, you know, everything else. And so your process and your procedures like Craig sewing, might you have to have a kind of a process in place for something like that. It's a pretty relevant if you don't actually know what your baseline is in. No, what's important and and things like that. So I think it always speaks again to the fact that we always have to remember to know our environment, no it as it changes. And then I think Matt's point from that tweet, which I guess is actually. The Padres tweet is that to communicate from an enterprise level. I think that's probably the number one element that that is super important in post situations like that. And really in pre situations, you know, all those groups need to inter communicate really well. And I think that's probably those two things. Probably the biggest focus for me. You know, I would definitely listen to Madden situation like that because he runs interdiction team here. So he kind of has some good thoughts on things like that. So. If I was going to speak to the experts, I would go there. So we kind of we kind of got into this. We started talking about this because we came here from topic of of gray market software, right? Something that is a sensitively Remco says sensibly. Something that was put on the market as a as a tool for security folks use and pen testing, red teaming, whatever other kind of stuff they say it's supposed to be as for. Even beyond those kind of tools. When we see gray market software, we're seeing the term gray market mentioned a lot more in the security space in general, whether that's the software and the case Remco or whether it's where people are buying and selling vulnerabilities. I mean, there's there's a huge what's called a grey market emerging between the two extremes of of selling a all right back to the vendor that created it or or taking it to the black market and just exploiting it for straight up for money. So wh where is this gray market and how does it actually exists and what software are we seeing come out like? So we've seen Remco. We've seen many others throughout the years that that live in this? No, no. It's not a hacking tool. It security software. How are we supposed to tell the difference between those as it just where they're sold who they're available to, or is there more to it than just saying as long as it's not publicly available? It's probably okay. To me, I don't think it's that grave a line. You know, to me, I think it's about what is the majority this offer being used for what appears to be the author's intent behind the software and does the software feel like it's been designed to be used for lawful purposes? And so you know, to give a popular example out there, you know, I look at something like the Mets Boyd framework, right? Sure. People have ripped off medicine and use its code in a lot of attacks. Absolutely people straight up. Used metaphor to attack computers. Yes. But at the end of the day, do I think it was made to do nefarious things with?.
"remco" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"This is our maitre outputs. Only two running companes really popular ones on social media, those offline, and we're mostly communicating to abroad. But I'd say on middle specter audience, you know, we really wanna talk at the big groups and not the ones we don't wanna preach to the choir. So my main point was to focus on really popular language in the sense that most people can understand it because I think that's a really common mistakes that that's that we still make. We speak in far too complex language and also in a non emotional like language. It doesn't touch people's minds and hearts, so that's what we ought to do. And that's what I try to make as appointed him. I'm from Germany, and I'm trying to architects living in Vienna. I was part of the group of Remco Las and actually it's why would say it's very quickly sparked in terms of adopting strategies that are actually use populace the right wings movements in terms of how can we use those recipes to reverse its its impact and make them useful for actually our goals or what we think is necessarily our idea was to depict like a post European Union utopia or this Tokyo may be often of Europe that what what does your look like after we have to to bring the people home, you know, to to reorganize and re to reset in a way. All that. Let's say the status quo after Europe as a. European Union. Actually, I would say like the big word for us was like this kind of image of scaremongering maybe like frightening the people using graphic in ways certain graphic images and harsh aggressive funds and like signaling colors in terms of given an alarming signal towards the towards the audience. Yeah. My name is van so soup and I come from and I am a creative director and copywriter while I was invited to euro at the because of my expert is in communication with ising might experience is purely business and commercial communication. But here I got to meet many architects artists and they come from different backgrounds. So that was really like changing my perspective and reaching me. And I hope I did the same for them. The most surprising thing was, you know, we hit people from European in here. So talking to the actual, you know, employees of European Union and people who represent all these organizations were really like opening because to me, there were used to be very abstract, and now I can get the idea of what they do. I work at the European parliament coordinating press officers. Nicola, I worked for the urine parliament and I work in the election campaign for the European elections. I think it's rate and the energizing to see that many people are thinking of Europe and they are thinking about the next European elections as fundamental and the key moment in which Europe can either take a step forward or fall, and the risks are high. But also paternity are very high energies coming from civil societies from creative people are really encouraging. And I was very touched to see that a lot of the creation was also centered about the fact that people have to vote. The more people vote, the more democratic Europe is and there were some wonderful ideas around there. I think personally, it gives me a huge energy. Boost. And I think we are one of your creative said, turnout is turnout is dropping dropping dropping. It was visually represented in any set, recharge your up. I think here you have people that are potential the passion to recharge your, and that's what we need. Not report was produced by Monaco's Rosie Prada and you can read more about rebranding Europe in the.
"remco" Discussed on Remso Republic
"Ways john welcome back to the one i only abso republic podcasts on your host is always rep so w martinez go ahead and do me baby go ahead and follow me on twitter at remco wanna one that's our e m s o one zero one room so wanna one follow me alphonso all you back and that way we'll go ahead and expand their ever lovin liberty family as virginia's number one source from elenio news perspective in the world and wild wacky subculture of politics i'm your guy i've only got one mission here that we try and do well each and every week with me and everyone else team republic it's definitely cheesy totally rip off but i think if you know this may might be your first step associate to love it it's this making freedom fund again the ideas of individual liberty free markets limited government the very simplistic child likes you know understanding that if you do you i do me we don't have to use the government as a violent middleman so live peacefully and prosperously colvin sense thinking for almost all of you listening but strangely this is a radical notion for most of our country and i wanna go ahead and welcome you've got another fantastic episode as you know here in virginia we you know were either blessed or cursed either were extremely lucky or god really hates virginia but we have elections almost every seven months to a year and when it comes to what goes on because we are bellwether state everyone likes to just really zero in on us it's like you know we've got the press and the politicians constantly living in our front yards and basements and this go around we've got some old faces jumping into the twenty seventeen senate race here in virginia we've got hillary's best guy tim kaine senator tim kaine you know his son he tried to burn down the post office about a year ago with ansi and then we've got cory who i mean i don't think he's.
"remco" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Whatever you can make an impression now specially hitting wise it would be nice because it is within the division it is colorado it's the dodgers again it's arizona it's san diego it's on the road again in o'hare we go ahead to la the arizona on the road san diego here colorado here and you got to show you can win on the road so where a good discussion i like this about the near no hitters uh and i can think of one that i was at i'd have to think of others but i like uh eight away came byard ever been to a near nohitter like eytan twothirds of what was it like we've been talking about that fp a couple of things you looked up one september is the month with the most no hitters it is fifty seven in total then the next month with most no hitters is forty three in may okay the least october only four no hitters in baseball history you only have three days yeah so you better get you better get you know hitter quickly in the playoffs too right well i deserved i dunno affect clues the playoffs they think it does abe thousands of others only been done larsen and halliday i think those had not only two and we've ever had so i think my quit i think he pitched a perfect game less they the season i don't know if that was october or not now steve ranko you look that up i did journeyman pitcher a lotta starts for him latah teams and uh what will give me a little just a little bit on steve remco so in total he pitched uh actually four hundred fifty one games he started three hundred sixty five of those two thousand five hundred innings bahali crazy he played on the expos the cubs the white sox the as the red sox the angels and then he finished his career with the royals well or a hundred thirty four hundred forty when something like that on earth 34 wins in one hundred forty six loss well steve ranko all right but 2500 innings epa of that while very good thank you uh let's go to jt on a cell jt great to have you on the show how are you arctic good nice to.
"remco" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Jarrett what we all know about airbnb and what it's done for the hospitality industry and how it has disrupted the hotel business here to help us understand how a similar approach might be working on the yachting and bowed industries jackie bound garden the chief executive and cofounder of boat center jackie thank you very much for being with us colin cooper having tell us first about what is boats center and how did you come to found this burke better leading online goat remco community you can think of with airbnb her boat were uncuttable in our mind clap arm or we prevent privately owned that pro quickly europe coast guard like aarp on an incredible underwater it erin what we're doing of come up when people on the burning and ukraine in a way that could never been done before what were you have it out to come across mark accrue not uphold a caribbean on the mob and whether you're looking ago crew going on a power yard quicker body bearing on a home corner celebrating that holding refund carmine we have incredible and i'm moving barrick and cochran checkin is i think depart go ahead you are going to go out how alec right yeah that's what i wanted to know how did you get into this green paper very personal story actually of them are happy memories from childhood where a crime bummed out on the water with my father and my creek crowder on the road chicago and i wanted to be able to offer that opportunity to anyone.
"remco" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The plan chief i keep colmey chief discovers it ain't easy being dad who remember those taken movies that's what happens when you give you daughter freedom one two three times they could take care of fun i can't help it if people are drawn to me an easy as this building the ruining germany man would have land cbs monday or stream it live or on demand w wbz of hd three bus on his boston book this this wbz news radio she was one i watch never scarves wbz news time one o'clock mostly sunny a beautiful seventy nine degrees in boston if thursday afternoon on his first day of june nineteen a gal wbz news here's lower following in a wbz news round investigated they've got a woman you'd ladder housing authority apartment if beat up a state police surgeon is suspended with pay dennis remco this was arrested for drunk driving and mendon last sunday the palestinians are praising president trump's decision not to move the us embassy to jerusalem saying it strengthens the chances of peace presidents heard from error of leaders of experts that moving the embassy to jerusalem would end his bid for israeli palestinian peace before the process even begins wbz accu weather sun and clouds highs well into the seventy today with pop up shower storm mostly clear lows in the forties and fifties tonight on wall street stocks are extending their advance pushing the benchmarks where trash records the don israel average up seventy seven points the bloomberg business report coming up wbz news time one oh one a woman is found dead inside her apartment on lyndon serie this happened in needham.
"remco" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Curator
"Priscilla remco was one of them she works as a pastry chef and teaches classes at a social organization that helps people from low income neighborhoods work in the culinary sector damacus fell helmink said this is a bad she fell twenty jessica lami qu'il those a question of economic necessity i'll be able to pass information from today to people i work with so they know how to identify edible plants when it's perfectly easy to eat well would simply greetings some fruits also stated with tons of poverty his so people don't use that even though they taste good we need to break that down through the ballot again glenn kinkel abnormality as is another member of the group alexei or given was keen to learn about indigenous plants which a native to brazil he says that people can often forget about the heritage hirschbeck god the oval cut up by students will start starts every country has its traditions the tendency for people to migrate to cities means that sometimes they lose sport of their identity their roots in their history this kind of experience is a way for people to recover those values to collective search for cultural memory in gastronomic traditions is really important to us as people and as a gunfight slums nature has been writing about natural ingredients for twenty years in magazines and newspapers before starting the tour project she also worked for multinational food company and as a medical nutritionist unsurprisingly she loves cooking as well and she prepared a fine feast for everyone to enjoy after the walk the menu included salads to the s homemade bread and traditional official beans flavored with her coach guus sca which grows nearby they said we cannot cease won't they may not last horse thinking about herbs that growth continues lee in the streets glass has incredible i've seen it all around brazil it has a marvellous artichoke aroma elena and very few people know about it but the peruvians no did they sell at the markets and use it as a garnish boy's head coach youths lots to soups and other dishes people cutting saad disease if you're feeling inspite to graft and search will look larrea meiji offered plenty of useful tips the curious city forages for example one if you're not sure what something is engineered dying of hunger don't eat it.