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AP Sports SummaryBrief at 9:24 p.m. EDT

AP News Radio

01:59 min | 1 hr ago

AP Sports SummaryBrief at 9:24 p.m. EDT

"AP sports I'm Bruce Morton The Astros continue to soar Adam Spillane has details from Houston The Houston Astros have won 6 in a row after Jeremy Pena's 9th inning walk off two run Homer sent them to a four two win over the Los Angeles angels It was paying his fourth hit of the game and second home run Oh that's my first multi home run game And send that on a walk off it's unreal In that game Astros pitchers tied a 9 inning major league record by striking out 20 angels The guardians humbled the Yankees to nothing Tristan Mackenzie dazzled allowing just one hit over 7 innings enough to impress Cleveland DH franmil Reyes I love the way bitch is attitude He's very focused in every woman and today was a great performance Tyler wells was superb over 6 innings as Baltimore won at Minnesota three one It took me a little while to kind of get back into that groove and that mentality but over the course of the last two months like I've really kind of started to get back into it and I'm feeling pretty good about it Other American League winners were the royals raise Red Sox White Sox and Mariners In the national league the Padres scored all their runs in the 9th to defeat the Dodgers four two Elsewhere Brandon Woodruff went 6 stellar innings boosted by an effective changeup as the brewers blank Pittsburgh to nothing When I can you know go to it multiple times and make it look like a strike as long as possible I just think it helps me out Other NL winners included the Marlins reds mets rockies and Phillies golf JT poston led wire to wire to win the John Deere classic for his second PGA Tour title and a spot in the British open I've always wanted to play in an open championship and for it to be at saint Andrews in the 150th is pretty special and pretty hard to draw it up any better than that Tennis it took four sets but three time defending Wimbledon champ Novak Djokovic defeated a wild card entry to move into the fourth round Bruce Morton AP

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Greinke sharp in 500th career start, Royals beat Rangers 2-1

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 4 d ago

Greinke sharp in 500th career start, Royals beat Rangers 2-1

"In his 500th career star 38 year old Zach Ricky picked up the win on the Kansas City Royals two one win over the Texas Rangers Not many numbers I've been interested in And I found out about that like last game So that was going to be 500 this time So I think that's pretty neat neat little number It gave up a solo Homer to leote tavera's leading off the 5th one of only four hits he gave up in 6 innings Kyle is Bill broke the one one tie with a solo Homer in the bottom of the 5th Greg eckland Kansas

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The Seed and Soil Argument With Historian Bill Federer

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:00 min | Last week

The Seed and Soil Argument With Historian Bill Federer

"1700s and all of a sudden Britain is in a little bit of trouble and they start to have to tax the colonies, expand more on the seed and soil argument that led us to the culmination of the 1770s. It's interesting so the British, the king of England, went on to become the most powerful king on Planet Earth. If he was a globalist, he was a one world government guy. And so in the middle 1700s, they controlled Bengal and Bengal India, Bengal, India, and they basically took over and said, okay, all this, you know, subsistence farming and stuff you've been doing working to switch it up. We know how to do this. And they change, they change their economy so much that there was a drought and it turned into a famine and 10 million people died in Bengal in the middle to late 1700s. And so the British East India Company has gone bankrupt and so they go to the king say, hey, we want to tax Britain and the people in Britain said no way. And so the king says, okay, well, you can tax the colonies. And it started to escalate and the king wanted to take away our ability to print our own money, take away our ability to appoint judges. So all the judges were appointed by the king and but he didn't realize that, by the way, king George the third went insane. He had porphyria, a blue blood disease. You know, you intermarry the preserve the royal bloodline. Uncle daddy. But anyway, so the king of England was a globalist and America's founders decided they didn't like this global as king telling us what to do. So they broke away and flipped it and made the people the king. So the word citizen is Greek, it means co king, co ruler, co sovereign. So kings have subjects who are subjected to their will, Republicans and democracies have citizens. And so if you're a citizen of America, you are a co ruler, you're a

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Perez, Royals snap 5-game skid, end Astros' win streak at 5

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | Last month

Perez, Royals snap 5-game skid, end Astros' win streak at 5

"Houston ASTRO starter Luis Garcia gave up only four hits in 7 innings but Kansas City catcher Salvador Perez broke the scoreless tie with a two run Homer in the royals eventual 6 nothing win Perez was the American League's co leader and Homer's last year with Toronto's Vladimir Guerrero junior But he entered this game without a hidden 5 previous games tied for the longest drought in his career Greg iklin Kansas

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Two future kings set to honor Elizabeth at Jubilee concert

AP News Radio

01:06 min | Last month

Two future kings set to honor Elizabeth at Jubilee concert

"Two future monarchs are to pay tribute to the queen at a special concert to mark Queen Elizabeth II 70 years on the throne Prince Charles and Prince William the queen's son and grandson are scheduled to address a live audience of 22,000 people and millions more watching on television The event featuring Alicia Keys and Queen plus Adam Lambert will take place in a temporary amphitheater built around the Victoria memorial outside the palace Canadian tourists Patricia gray came for the diamond jubilee ten years earlier and didn't want to miss this one either And I thought I've got to be there for the platinum jubilee It's the experience for someone like me who loves all things British and monarchy It's something not to be missed Experience of a lifetime One U.S. royal fan was surprised at how well organized the events had been so far It's so friendly and festive and really much It's better than I thought I thought it would just be chaos and it's not The 96 year old monarch isn't expected to attend the evening outdoor concert because of what the palace are calling episodic mobility issues Karen Chammas London

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Queen Elizabeth II skips Platinum Jubilee church service

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

Queen Elizabeth II skips Platinum Jubilee church service

"Thousands of well wishers crowded outside St Paul's Cathedral in the hope of catching a glimpse of the royal family as they attended a special service to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II's platinum jubilee One royal watcher Jennifer James tells the AP just to be here is all that matters for us The queen's part of our lives and the whole thing is just wonderful Another Joan assignments says she's at a unique event I think it's great just to be part of the crowd to be part of history I mean this will never ever happen again and never has happened so it was great to have to be up here to soak in the atmosphere to everybody dressed up and everybody happy A lovely occasion Charles De Ledesma

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Not everyone is cheering the queen’s milestone. Some would rather abolish the monarchy.

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last month

Not everyone is cheering the queen’s milestone. Some would rather abolish the monarchy.

"Fans of the British monarchy have started to gather in London as Britain marks Queen Elizabeth II's platinum jubilee with four days of festivities Dana Werner who comes from Connecticut is a lifelong fan of the British royal family And we don't have anything like this I mean with the castles and the carriages and the you know just everything that embodies the monarchy And I just love it I just love the history of it I love following it Like Werner already seated on horse scars parade for the trooping the color Mary Jane willows from England's most westerly county Cornwall hopes the queen will stay on the throne for some time to come When she took The Crown she said she would take The Crown for her life She would be loyal to the people

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Long in queen's shadow, Charles takes greater public role

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last month

Long in queen's shadow, Charles takes greater public role

"It's good to be queen No one knows that better than Queen Elizabeth II who's showing no signs of stepping aside after 70 years on the British throne but the aging suffering is giving Prince Charles an increasingly prominent role delegating more responsibilities to her eldest son and heir That became obvious last month when Charles who is 73 accompanied by his wife Camilla presided over the state opening of parliament one of the monarch's most important duties the subtle transition illustrates the changes confronting the royal family as the 96 year old queen remains on the throne but Charles becomes the ever more public face of the monarchy as Britain celebrates the queen's platinum jubilee this week the royals are working to cement the position of a sometimes misunderstood heir and demonstrate that the House of Windsor will live on Charles De Ledesma London

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Pat Castle Tells Us About Life Runners

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:15 min | Last month

Pat Castle Tells Us About Life Runners

"You, pat Cass. The last time I saw you was the night before the march for life, Tim tee both spoke at that dinner and you and I reconnected. And I said, I got to get you on the program and you told me about something that's happening June 1st. So I said, let's get you on the program. Ahead of June 1st. So first of all, I'll say a little bit about the organization and then say a little bit about June 1st. You bet. So the organization, it simple and powerful. I mean, we are a pro life messaging ministry. And as you mentioned, we wear these bold blue royal blue shirts that have a big cross on the front and a Holy Spirit dove in Jeremiah one 5 that got newest even before we were in our mother's wombs. And on the back, there's a big remember the unborn message and people see this message. Now you do it just holding it up for the cameras and I want to remind people if you're listening on the radio ladies and gentlemen, you're missing the visual aspect. That's the downside of radio. And so we want you to know that all of this stuff is on rumble. If you go to Eric metaxas dot com, you can sign up to see these things because some of the visuals are fantastic. Those t-shirts are beautiful. I love your bravery in doing this. And I mean, you must get some people kind of look sideways at you. Like what? Who are you? Yeah, and so, you know, a lot of people when they first become life runners. You know, anyone listening can go to life runners dot org, hit the join button, you'll get them a monthly update on what's going on with live runners around the world. And you order a shirt or a jacket that says remember the unborn. But that is a notion that people think that, wow, I'm about to walk outside of my home with a shirt that says remember the unborn in the culture of death. And, you know, am I going to get spit wads or tomatoes or middle fingers when I'm walking around the block? The answer is no. I mean, it's incredible. The message is very compassionate, compassion, means to suffer with. And even the other side, even the mean people, even the people that, you know, aren't in God's will. They have a hard time

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 Queen attends horse show in first public appearance in weeks

AP News Radio

00:01 sec | Last month

Queen attends horse show in first public appearance in weeks

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Andrew, Harry and Meghan won't appear on Jubilee balcony

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

Andrew, Harry and Meghan won't appear on Jubilee balcony

"The the the the question question question question of of of of whether whether whether whether Britain's Britain's Britain's Britain's prince prince prince prince Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew in in in in prince prince prince prince Harry Harry Harry Harry and and and and Meghan Meghan Meghan Meghan the the the the Duchess Duchess Duchess Duchess of of of of Sussex Sussex Sussex Sussex will will will will be be be be present present present present on on on on the the the the queen's queen's queen's queen's balcony balcony balcony balcony for for for for jubilee jubilee jubilee jubilee celebrations celebrations celebrations celebrations has has has has finally finally finally finally been been been been answered answered answered answered Buckingham Buckingham Buckingham Buckingham Palace Palace Palace Palace has has has has announced announced announced announced that that that that the the the the three three three three boils boils boils boils in in in in question question question question will will will will not not not not be be be be on on on on the the the the palace palace palace palace balcony balcony balcony balcony when when when when the the the the moment moment moment moment greets greets greets greets the the the the public public public public on on on on June June June June the the the the second second second second the the the the queen queen queen queen settled settled settled settled the the the the matter matter matter matter this this this this time time time time round round round round by by by by decreeing decreeing decreeing decreeing that that that that any any any any watching watching watching watching members members members members of of of of the the the the royal royal royal royal family family family family will will will will be be be be present present present present on on on on the the the the balcony balcony balcony balcony the the the the decision decision decision decision comes comes comes comes after after after after prince prince prince prince Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew was was was was embroiled embroiled embroiled embroiled in in in in a a a a sex sex sex sex scandal scandal scandal scandal and and and and after after after after prince prince prince prince Harry Harry Harry Harry and and and and Meghan Meghan Meghan Meghan decided decided decided decided to to to to abandon abandon abandon abandon royal royal royal royal public public public public duties duties duties duties leading leading leading leading tensions tensions tensions tensions high high high high between between between between them them them them and and and and the the the the rest rest rest rest of of of of the the the the royal royal royal royal family family family family the the the the balcony balcony balcony balcony appearances appearances appearances appearances the the the the traditional traditional traditional traditional centerpiece centerpiece centerpiece centerpiece moments moments moments moments of of of of all all all all will will will will public public public public celebrations celebrations celebrations celebrations where where where where a a a a large large large large group group group group of of of of wheels wheels wheels wheels can can can can be be be be seen seen seen seen waving waving waving waving and and and and smiling smiling smiling smiling as as as as millions millions millions millions watch watch watch watch from from from from around around around around the the the the world world world world Karen Karen Karen Karen Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas London London London London

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The Stupidity of Pronouns and Twisted Gender Language

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

The Stupidity of Pronouns and Twisted Gender Language

"Are actually his awesomeness and his majesty, that works too. I'll take those. We'll stick with those two for now. His awesomeness and his majesty are good enough for me. After all, I'm not majestic. I am not royal, but if I identify as such, you must call me as such. I am also not awesome. That's my wife. She'll tell you, this guy's far from awesome. He leaves a lot to be desired as a husband and as a father, she'll rip me one side and down the other. But if I identify as awesome that I am literally the king, you can't, you can't get me in any way whatsoever. That sounds stupid, and it is. But then again, so is the entire pronoun movement. The entire trans, let's throw out English, grammar, syntax, cast it all to the side, singular plural, whatever. Let's throw out the actual English language. Let's make up words. Let's make up

Prince Harry, Meghan make surprise visit to queen at Windsor

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

Prince Harry, Meghan make surprise visit to queen at Windsor

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Charlie Gasparino: Elon Musk May up His Bid for Twitter

The Dan Bongino Show

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Charlie Gasparino: Elon Musk May up His Bid for Twitter

"Now that doesn't mean it's the end of the story he may up his bid and then it becomes more difficult to say no They could also say no because I think the 52 week high was $73 Already prince Allen would lead of Saudi Arabia They sort of Arabian prince part of the royal family has come out and said it's too low His current bid of whatever was $58 I think it was Remember they got wiggle room to say no from a fiduciary standpoint right now Now he may come back and say hey I'm going to do $60 a share And this story is not over yet By the way it's 54 20 that must bid on it The high was 73

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Who Is 'First Casualty' Author Toby Harnden?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:45 min | 3 months ago

Who Is 'First Casualty' Author Toby Harnden?

"Before we get into these amazing stories, Mike span, David Tyson, John walker lind, who is Toby Honda. Tell us about what you did in the British armed forces and your life as a journalist before you became an author. Yes, well, you know, we share a somewhat similar accent as listeners and viewers will detect. You still got yours. Our minds kind of rubbing off a little bit, but I don't know. I'm worried. I'm worried about mind getting a little bit Americanized. But I trust yeah, you're a bit soggy in the middle of the Atlantic somewhere. Yeah, I mean the ace. So yeah, I'm 56 years old, I was born in 66. My father was in the navy. We moved around, we sort of ended up in Manchester, industrial city in the northwest. You don't have a mancunian accent. I think the Royal Navy actually did for the mancunian accent, which was pretty skin deep anyway. But you know, I sort of, you know, I wanted to follow in my father's footstep, I guess there's so many sort of young men do. And I also wanted to get out of Manchester and see the world and it just seemed like a very kind of insular sort of small sort of place. And so all that teenage angst was just channeled towards working hard to get out. And so I got a sponsorship from the I joined the navy at 18. Went to Dartmouth, which is the Britannia royal naval college, kind of the equivalent of the U.S. naval academy at Annapolis, but not really because it's more basic officers training. It's like santas is shorter. Yeah, that's right. I mean, I was there for less than a year. And I threw the navy I got a sponsorship to Oxford to study modern history, so I went off whilst serving naval officer, although I barely wore the uniform for those years apart from a few months sailing around sort of Hong Kong and the far east and Australia. So I had some good times. Yes, exactly. So I was serving naval officer for three years at college and then graduated from college and was pitched in to a career. Which I enjoyed immensely, but you know, it was after the Falklands War, which was 1982, I was joining and supplying to join just sort of join the Falklands actually, age 16. But I missed that. I was stationed in Scotland for the Gulf War, tried very hard to get involved. They managed to that's a long way away from Iraq. I know. They managed to win it without meeting my services. And I remember my boss at the time said, listen to, we don't worry about it. There's going to be plenty of time for medals. And I remember thinking, no, there won't. And of course I left after ten years of service without a single

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 Senior royals gather to honor Prince Philip at memorial

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

Senior royals gather to honor Prince Philip at memorial

"Senior Royals from around the world a gathering for a memorial service to prince Philip at Westminster Abbey in London the winning corporate hymns and other touches dropped from his funeral last year because of the pandemic about eighteen hundred family members and guests will be invited to the memorial only thirty people had attended last year's funeral conducted under the strict committed nineteen looked on rules than in place that forced the queen to sit alone wearing a black mask Buckingham Palace hasn't said yet whether Phillips widow the queen will attend the service of thanksgiving the ninety five year old monk was deeply involved in planning the event but she's experienced unspecified mobility issues in recent weeks after recently recovering from because it nineteen I'm

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Robert Spalding Reacts to Reports of Russia's Warfare Limitations

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:07 min | 4 months ago

Robert Spalding Reacts to Reports of Russia's Warfare Limitations

"One hour. I'm delighted to welcome back in studio one of my former colleagues in The White House, former Brigadier in the United States Air Force, former senior director for strategy rob. All right. I remembered it well. Brigadier spalding is the author of stealth war. He taught me a great deal about what we need to understand in terms of the global geopolitical threat environment. But let's talk about Russia. Let's talk about the events of the last 16 days in Europe first things first. What did you do in the air force? Tell our millions of listeners, you have the coolest job. As a B two pilot. B two pilot, the stealth bomber, I shared with you a study from the royal United services institute just a few moments ago. When you tell us what is your reaction, your take to the general media reports and then some of the special reporting that not only has the Russian ground force, not performed as expected, there seems to be some very tangible limitations on their air capability. A lot of unclassified analysis has said that they're not used to complicated air operations, usually it's one or two ground attack fighters, not large formations in complex operations. Do you have any comment on those reports? Yeah, I read the report. I don't disagree that when it comes to complex air campaigns, that's not something the Russians are going to be good at. That being said, you know, we have to be careful that we're not mirror imaging the Russians. Explain what that means in terms of intelligence analysis. Well, when we look at warfare, you know, we're going to go for and this is talked about in John warden's 5 rings theory where we talked about don't go after the population that tends to make them angry and if you're trying to get a political outcome, which you want to go after is a political leader. So we tended to move more into precision weapons and really we're trying to get the effects that we want. We want to achieve the outcome that the nation needs.

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Glenn Jacobs, Mayor of Knox County, Tells Us About Himself

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:07 min | 4 months ago

Glenn Jacobs, Mayor of Knox County, Tells Us About Himself

"Tell us a little bit about where you come from, your background, I know you've been married like I have for a long time, you got kids. So to give us a background of just, you know, that off persona Glenn Jacobs. Yeah, thanks for the opportunity to do that because you're exactly right. I was speaking with some young folks this morning and it's one of the things that I said, you know, we both in wrestling and in politics, you kind of have this personal public persona that is in wrestling quite a bit different, but even in politics is different or you get labeled as whatever and that's different than you are as an individual. So I think it's always important to look back and understand people's journey through life. I was born in Madrid Spain. My dad was in the air force at the time. Dad was 21 year military veteran he served ten years in the navy in the Korean War. He was on the USS antietam. Then he services to the air force. He was in Vietnam. It was a load master on the C one 30 cargo planes, the big planes. He retired when I was four years old, we'd already moved back to the states. He was a master sergeant, but it's funny because as in his position, he was the person in charge of the weights and balances on those planes. So he could literally overrule an air force general on whether the plane could take off or not. Which is pretty cool. Mom was a homemaker, our growing up in the 70s and royal northeast Missouri, my family is actually from the St. Louis area, but we moved a couple hours north of there. And there's one whole lot of economic opportunity to add worked in factories. Got laid off quite a few times. And if it hadn't been for his military retirement, things would have been very difficult. We always had food over in our belly and a roof over our head, but if the car broke down or something like that, you know, things get tight. Mom and dad loved us and they worked really hard. I mean, when you think of hardworking Americans, you think of people like George and Jones

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"royal" Discussed on Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast

Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast

05:42 min | 10 months ago

"royal" Discussed on Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast

"You're wicked look into the world of real cruising ivanhoe's matt hochberg and this episode over four hundred and twenty two. I just went on beans odyssey of the seas the brand new crucial newest in the fleet and my first time on a quantum ultra-cautious. What was it like. what did i love. And what do i think of odyssey of the seas. We got a full review on this week's episode. Here we go anytime. I got to go on a new royal caribbean cruise ship. It's always extra exciting. And after i don't know seventeen months. Whatever it account is of no cruises going on a new cruise ship in canada. Getting back into the swing of things of that type of excitement is extra. Welcome because of course. It's been so long as nice people to be doing this again. And i just held on rabin's odyssey of the seas for a six night western caribbean cruise as my first time on odyssey of the seas and also joining me on this podcast and also was on board of me. is billy hirsch. From crews habit dot com. No doubt billy is recording this podcast. Where we're back at home now and I'm sure all the windows are shut. There is Evanescence playing in the background. And i believe the world's tiniest violin may or may not be on his shoulder. Billy welcome back to the roadblock podcast. You have absolutely nailed my My post cruise depression playlist and in routine. But i'm glad to be here talking with you at least app. Listen a little amy lee. Never heard anybody. It just makes the makes getting back into the world just a little bit easier and We're talking of course about odyssey of the seas and both bill. And i were able to go on this cruise. So this is billy's first class ship and my first time on odyssey although had been on quantum and anthem of the sea so we were coming under different perspectives and billy. Talk about his perspective here for me. I'd gone on quantum and anthem. And i was like the quantum class ships. I always still prefer the away scholarships over them but what was nice about the quantum is that they were different enough from the voyager freedom class lineage that it just gave it a little different kind of feel I felt like it lacked a little something and i think odyssey really filled. Don't talk about that later. But talk to me about your decision to pick odyssey the seas. I've wanted to get on board a quantum class ship for a while now and i think You and i were actually supposed to be on anthem. I believe it was in july. Yes was a roker and blogger cruise to norway nor My favorite cruise destination. By the way so i was really excited because i've been wanting to see a quantum class ship and that was obviously disappointing so when the opportunity came up to Get on not only a quantum class up. At a quantum ultra class ship which..

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"royal" Discussed on Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast

Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast

08:15 min | 10 months ago

"royal" Discussed on Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast

"But someone goes on their first. Royal caribbean cruisers. A lot of things that go on in terms of planning and expectations and whatnot. But i think it's always a little bit different when you've got someone who's trying their first royal caribbean cruise but has actually done a lot of work. Learning about royal caribbean before they actually ever go on their first crew certainly advocate researching and learning about your cruise before you get on board but in this particular scenario we actually have somebody who was quote unquote working in the space learning about cruises and then kinda then took her first cruise. It's kind of an interesting dichotomy and we're gonna talk about that today with our very good friend. Jennifer rely podcast. Thank you bet absolutely and Jennifer if you are unaware actually does our youtube video editing. She's our chief editor. We're gonna really cool title for your general life. Viceroy of youtube editing. Or something like that. Yes that would be good. And when geno when we've been i've been working with jennifer about a year now and when you first started working in the you would never been on a royal caribbean cruise. But you finally went on a cruise for the first time on. Roker ms mariner. The sees a four nights sailing. That i was on as well. So let's start before all this channel. Let's go back about a year ago and you've never been on a cruise before. Why had you never taken a cruise before. Was there any particular reason or just never got around to it. No there was no reason really. I grew up in ohio. And i had a pretty big family so we would usually just drive to the beach for our summer vacation or or go to various parts of the midwest Side never really thought about it. Too much I do have an aunt and uncle that live in port canaveral so they always talked about going on cruises and it always seemed really find that this never. We never debate as our family vacation. So i guess going and being becoming an adult it was something i had thought about much yoga. So just haven't got around to it kind of thing. And lo and behold to get an opportunity to cruise now again. What's make this interesting is gentlemen. Would edit the youtube videos and what that means basically is i would record the audio for the video and i will talk about whatever jenna would listen to it and piecing together and i think that created in in my opinion. It seemed like it would create a certain expectation or certain observation if you will about what cruises are for you having just simply edited them in certain bits of information. Kind of stuck with you. So you know going back to when you were leading up to this i cruise. What were your thoughts going into it. How prepared did you feel. By virtue of the fact that you had essentially learned about real derby through osmosis. You kind of just like absorbed a lot of information inadvertently. Yeah i actually felt pretty prepared for it. Just because i had the videos for close to a year and we do two videos a week will now three with the q. And i live spec to videos usually about eight to ten minutes long of about tips and different tricks with royal caribbean side. I had a pretty good idea of what to expect. However a lot of my visual knowledge came from the video clips that we use that are provided by royal caribbean. So the very marketing focused. You know It's kind of what they want to show. So i was curious to see what the experience was actually like visually. Not looking at the video footage from royal caribbean and seeing things with my own is absolutely and this was a four nine crews mariner the seas out of port canaveral. We went to perfect kooky nassau and we had a cd. Let's start off with the embarcation process. Kind of difference on these brand new for a lot of folks including yourself of course with the pre crews testing the check in times What was your experience like with with check. And how did you. What what did you think about that whole process essentially from leading all the way up until you actually stepped on board the ship. Write the check in process was fairly easy. I had a couple of technical problems with the royal. Curbing apt which i was trying to figure out but is scheduled the cover tests ahead of time which was easy then but now i think it's more in demand so you might want to try to schedule your cupboard tests even more in the future than you think you have to And then i got to the cruise terminal. And i had a cps card for my sister or the set sail. What's the boarding pass called so so pass. This set sail past. The i had it for my sister. But it wouldn't show up for me. So i had to kind of ask them why not had a couple of technical problems but other than that. It was really easy. You know you did the little wellness check at the terminal. And then you pretty much immediately boarded the ship that gave you a wristband if you're vaccinated and then at trae slit for contact pricing and neglected to mention that your sister was with you on board as well so that did help you kinda have somebody else there and against someone else's brand new to cruising and and she knew nothing before i knew i knew more because i've done the videos but she didn't know anything. Okay that's good. I mean it's kind of funny how you're kind of like a little a little edge on her in terms of her of knowledge about what to expect even though both of you there on the exact same amount of cruises so you get to. Let's talk about your statement. You had a balcony room. What you think about it was it. Was it what you thought. In terms of size amenities. What were your thoughts on all that. Yeah i loved the balcony room. I thought it was great size wise. I think it's pretty standard. I'm not too picky about anything really in particular so it was good for me. There was a couch their desk area in the bed and i really liked to go out on the balcony. I wasn't on it too much just because we are doing so many things throughout the crews that we did get room service when morning headed on a balcony and that was really nice so overall i like to the rim or your thoughts on the stadium attendant. How that how that all went. Because i'm just curious again there. There isn't really anything like that on land where you've got somebody who comes to your room twice a day and you know sets your fixes your room essentially twice and it's a lot more personal when you stay in hotel even when they come once a day is pretty rare you ever see the person and or have any kind of conversations with them but talk me about what your how that all went and kind of how that did it meet your expectations and kind of what you thought about that whole process. Yeah i was actually surprised. I didn't know that they Because we got a knock on the door. A little bit after arriving in our superintendent. She introduced herself. She was actually from brazil. And i speak some portuguese so we were talking a little bit And yeah i mean. The room was really clean. I didn't see her too much. Because we were pretty much in. And out of that room rushing around the ship the whole time about. I thought it was a nice nice touch and i had a lot of camera equipment everywhere so she was able to. You know fix up the rim and make it nice. Even though there was a lot of equipment around absolutely that makes sense so mariner of the seas obviously a great. I've been on there so many times. I've lost count already at this point. What did you think about the ship. I know we talked about this. When we were on board i was i was kinda curious. You know it's when you see these. Things are only in photos or video in this case you know. I don't think the scale is ever is easy to grasp. So what do you think of the ship in terms of its size. Was it what you expected. What was What stood out to you about mariner the season the most right So i had seen a lot of marano. Disease aerial footage from the drone. that row. Curbing has so you can't really get the true scale size just from looking at that so i was pretty impressed by the size. I have no expectations from previous scholarships or anything. But i really couldn't believe that all of that could sit on a ship and it could still float So i really liked it. I thought there are a lot of activities for kids and adults And all the different venues on board like the ice skating show and even like the helicopter patent of front there were just so many areas to explore. I thought that four days maybe wasn't enough. Maybe one more see day. We would fully kind of seen an experienced all of the ship. But i was impressed by the size of it if you if you could magically transport yourself to one place on the ship right now and spent an hour there where would you wanna go..

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Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast

02:39 min | 11 months ago

"royal" Discussed on Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast

"I obviously there's a very very very very very strong preference for the vaccine and that's primarily because the vaccine is more known in terms of its efficacy going forward as opposed to you know how long antibodies are there and you can make the argument the other way around. I'm not going to get that argument. But i'm just pointing that they there's been far more of a focus on that aspect and there has been on the other one and the end of the day. I think they're trying to the. That's the route they'd be going that change hundred percent. Of course they could change. Will the change that i don't. I have no idea on that. But as your russian how would you experience be vaccinated verizon backs somebody would be technically unvaccinated. You would not be allowed to go into the the main issue. I say there's two things number one before the you have to undergo some testing which will have an additional cost to it that occurs before and during the cruise and then number two you would be relegated out of certain areas so there are certain vaccinated only zones you have access to depending on when you sail maureen. This could change. I don't want to you. Should everyone should know the policies. I'm talking about right now. Pertain to know really cruises here in august. Two thousand twenty one. If you cruise in january gabrielle does or october or twenty twenty three. It's likely all going to be different. But as of right. Now if you're going a cruise ship out of florida as you would not be able to out of other places maureen. You would be not able to go to certain places like the pub. Schooner bar casino izumi hibachi there's other places but those are the ones that jump out to me. I've taught my head but you'd be able to go anywhere in the pool deck anywhere basically outside. You're pretty much good to go for particular key. The pool deck the flow rider water slides. No problems at all. It would just be a lot of those indoor places that are typically only frequented by adults that you would have to. You have to wear masks. But of course even vaccinate. People are wearing masks on board You know the natural immunity thing is an interesting. I don't have a plan. I really don't i you know. There's there's a lot of factors at play here. I don't pretend to know them. All and i certainly am not Naive enough maureen to give you any kind of addiction. Because i have no clue but i think it's i think it's a very valid point and i'm glad you brought it up and i appreciate you sending the email and and that will do it for this episode of the c'mon blog podcast. If you want to share with me your question your comment your thoughts your whatever about cruising i would love to read it here on the podcast through tips. That was a good one. That's matt so. I wouldn't expect anything less than someone named mafraq connecticut because those are really cool people your email matt at roker blog dot com matt m. Att at royal caribbean blog dot com. So until next time. I'm matt i. We'll talk again real soon.

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Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast

03:18 min | 11 months ago

"royal" Discussed on Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast

"Toyota built the plants here in the us. And they do that to you know lotteries. I'm not gonna get into all of these things. This is just how business works. It's aim pretty ladies and gentlemen. It's just big. Business is big business. And i'm not here to make excuses for them. I'm here to tell you that. There is a rationale for it beyond simply dollars and sense is just the nature of the beast mentioned longer conversation. You can have about this because it is kind of an interesting discussion point but really and truly it has to do with how. Us laws are made a lot of the us. Maritime laws were created in the nineteenth century. And they really haven't changed And the great example of that is the passenger vessels. Services act of the west known sometimes incorrectly as the jones act and There's a lot of Cabotage laws every country has cabotaged laws and the us specifically in how they handle crew members. It's basically makes it impossible. And if you wanna say that's all that you're you're totally wrong on this. They could run a cruise ship out of the us. Look norwegian has one they do indeed. The pride of america is indeed a. We'll call it a modern crucial. That operate that is that is flagged in the united states. It is staffed primarily americans and operates out of hawaii. This is how norwegian is able to offer cruises around hawaii opposed to just why being a stop along the way and people apply it there. You go there's the example until you actually talk to someone who's actually gone on that particular ship and listen. Every ship is different. And i've talked linked about how reviews are notoriously. But it's trust me when i say that. If you were to go try you would probably come back saying what many other people who reported and i have not done personally. So full disclosure. I have not tried it myself. But it is a sub par experience in a lot of people's views because the ship is super small super old. And it's just doesn't offer what cruise ships can offer and there's no way we can really do much with it beyond what it currently does. It's essentially a glorified overnight ferry. That may be a little harsh. But what i mean is its purpose is to offer cruises around the hawaiian island so a floating hotel if you will as opposed to what cruise ships are even norwegian's fleet else. Other outside of the pride of america and that is you know their destinations things to do on their and they're they're much significantly larger. It's a again. This is a much larger conversation. But that's part of the reason why i went on. I should have just said row communist from based in liberia. And they're headquartered in miami left it at that but it's obvious question. It's it's a good one there so there you go. There are some weird. Google searches that are out there and this is. This is kind of interesting. Let me different. Maybe you knew about some of these all these none of these. I don't know maybe. I'll have to do this in the future is as time permits to He's there's plenty of people google just like it makes. You may scratch your head about all these things to you. Know what where it's all based out of and all that kind of stuff so so there you some fund we hear about royal carribean is already answer your listener emails. This part of the episode where i read emails. You've sent in if.

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Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast

03:12 min | 11 months ago

"royal" Discussed on Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast

"I wonder what that one actually brings up. Google royal caribbean is an example of. I don't know. I don't know why you'd want to search for that. I think if people wanna figure out like the people also ask what's gonna be known for what type of cruises royal caribbean was an example cruise. I think people. I don't know why he wants that. Exact term is an example of but. Yeah it's i mean. Obviously it's a broker is an example of a mass market cruise line. contemporary cruise. line is is a You know basically it's not a luxury cruise line gets not a boutique cruise line. It is not a premium cruise line Premium cruise lines would be like celebrity and princess cruise lines holland america to some extent You know boutique would be like silver. See or something like that as a luxury frankly and then royal caribbean is more like their contemporary cruise. Lines mass-market carnival norwegian disney cruise. Line that grouping if you will and the last thing i see here when people type in relic rabin is from wear. This is actually a more common question because where roku is based out of so you know. Roka's headquarters broke national roar. Real curbing groups headquarters. I should say is in miami florida but the company is based in liberia. So this is a very common practice in the cruise industry that cruise lines are not. They're not us companies in the sense of where uncle sam reports to you. Look up royal being group. It certainly operates in the us their headquarters in miami..

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Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast

04:51 min | 11 months ago

"royal" Discussed on Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast

"The main dining remain. Essentially as long as the main dining room was opened serving people. You can order off that menu which is nice. They have another one here. Arocca mean is food. free talked about that. there's free food and there's food the cost extra and it's you know. How much do you know. Could you really go on a cruise and not spend a dime on food. Yes i could totally see short cruises where you know three crews. You're a coq one of the days. Sure why not. I love the dining room. And i love the wind. Jamir and you remember breakfast. Do whatever you're doing on shore you even have lunch on board the ship dinner in the dining room and you know snacks. It's totally conceivable. I think the drinks the harder want to do that. Like i think food is totally conceivable to do that. I'm not sure that drinks would be again. It depends how much of a drinker you are. And it'll be huge. It'll be wearing a hawaiian shirt and be someone that would fit into animal house movie by by any means i what i really mean is just for a lot of people being on vacation as having those pretty drinks those drinks with an umbrella in the or the ones that have all the colors. We will go. Whoa what is that right. It looks great. That guy drinks the harder one to to make while for food washer on longer sailings cruise or longer. I personally feel it's harder to shy away from the extra cost food just because it's variety right. Sometimes you just feel like sushi's feel like you want go have a great filet mignon and that's an option as well so It is free but there are added options. Roker being a passport needed. Oh boy this is a very very common questions. Do you need to pass. Is it needed a need. Is the key word right here if you're a. Us citizen sailing on closed loop sailing meaning accrues that departure in the united states goes wherever goes and comes back the same port in the us. You do not need a passport. You can cruise with a birth certificate state issued. Id needs to be the original birth certificate. You can do that. I think that's actually absolutely one hundred percent a mistake to do that. The reason being is that seems everything is fine even if everything is fine it's still makes it longer process both check in for your crews and then when you're disembarking the cruise you go through different line. People who don't have a passport. Do yourself aver get a passport. It's not needed for in that scenario. If you're going overseas if you're cruising on open jostling workers begins ends another transatlantic If you're cruising in europe do you need a passport that one. I think a little more obvious but a lot of americans tend to. Oh we don't need a passport. I i can say it myself a hundred bucks and the time to go get one process. Trust me when..

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Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast

03:37 min | 11 months ago

"royal" Discussed on Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast

"They renamed themselves in two thousand. Twenty two roker. Being group rogue group owns rocca international celebrity cruises and silver city they also have partial ownership and other cruise lines to e in a couple of other ones as well so that is the company that owns roque me international and initially when the company was first created back in the seventies. Yes it was actually real caribbean it was brokering cruise line and then when roker bought celebrity acquired kirk celebrity lines then they formed road caribbean cruises ltd. Which was the parent company for rookie international. Which was the original cruise line and then celebrity right so that makes sense roker is food included it is included mostly included. Yes to the point that you can go on a cruise. never spend a dime and have all your meals. Snacks paid for right You may be this but there is an opportunity to be able to have additional food options. That are not included. Not every single piece of food is included in your cruise fare. Right the You're the main dining near the wind. Jamir that's that's included. You go to sorrento speech. That's that's included. You wanna have water milk Coffee black coffee tea. That's included as well. The what's not included foodwise. Would it be specialty restaurant dining right so chops grill. Suppor one fifty central park wonderland. These are not. These are additional cost items sushi at zooming right. In addition obviously alcohol is not included juices or not included. Bottled waters not included. But you can absolutely go on a cruise and i'll pay extra for food So when people ask is food included it is but not every single piece of food but enough that you don't have to you can elect to get some. I think the alcohol is probably the biggest thing as soft drinks as well again food versus drinks. If you want to make that delineation but Yeah Israel roker. Bean is room service. Free room service used to be completely complementary couple years ago they changed it and now room service has a seven ninety five fee associated with it. So it's a per.

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Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast

04:14 min | 11 months ago

"royal" Discussed on Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast

"Now pre kobe. You could board the ship. Israelis will say eleven. Am and you're gonna be racial one o'clock pm. So there's that gap where you'd have to be lugging around all your stuff. And i've been having me quite a number of times now granted. That's a benefit that extends for like three or four hours as opposed to you by the key for the whole cruise that you have to can't pick and choose one day the key for the entire sailing so i'm not sure there but you know the internet. You can always get a pretty good deal on the internet package by pre purchasing it before the cruise missile during a cruise planner sale..

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Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast

03:25 min | 11 months ago

"royal" Discussed on Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast

"Welcome to the real blog. Podcast week look into the world of roker be cruising house hodge bergen this episode of four hundred and nineteen. This week's episode a little bit different..

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Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast

05:58 min | 11 months ago

"royal" Discussed on Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast

"Pickle member preko video got drinks but there were a limited menu. There were only in the evening. Royal caribbean because i think well they say primarily because the social distancing they don't want everybody in the demand anymore so they've offering basically everybody a pseudo during package a poor man's drink package if you will where you basically get four or five or six drinks per day that are vouchers for any drink up to thirteen dollars per gender fourteen on ships from the uk. And it's like a drink pack if your diamond you get four beverage vouchers. That are out all day at any bar except for starbucks uncles alcoholic and non alcoholic options. Basically if you have the drink package it's the same rules. You just go up. Somebody let them know you can use it. I love this this change because number one. I always drink the diamond drink menu before was so limited it specify the type of liquor the brand of liquor you could use and whatnot and it just. I never loved it. I drank because it was complimentary but it was like in the nfl going back to the drink package variety and offered not to mention the fact. That diamond drinks were only available at night and that was very limiting in the daytime. Anyway so now fast forward these drink. The drink vouchers are available throughout the day. It's a very compelling choice. When i go i have a cruise booked on mariner of the seas later this month sephora nicer i think i'm gonna forego the drink package and go with my diamond drinks which will be five diamond plus. I'll get five drinks today. Your order five drinks a day and still order. Let's say three or four drinks on top of that. I'm still coming out ahead of the drink package price so you know. There's some food for thought. I'm not sure if i'm necessarily sold on it. I really liked the drink package primarily. Because i don't have to even think about it the i initially when i first came out i thought that was really lame. Excuse but truthfully. I really don't i really enjoy not thinking about it like it's just so much easier. Peace of mind not having to do that. So that's really interesting. Something else that i love doing changing the for for kids. They're getting a wifi discount. And both both the the beverage voucher Change and the wifi discount for kids are both permanent changes. A one of the things you mentioned about the that i go back. I forgot the probably other big elven room there. And that is you're not getting it. Unlimited drinks the diamond lounge anymore. You know basically before this if you go that i'm allowed from four to eight or whatever. It was happy hour times. You go there and you can have unlimited drinks. It didn't count against your diamond rings now. It does and obviously the brokering does not want this lounge to be full of people. They need social justice involved. And here's raul. Tell you all the any proponent of the diamond like love that. I'm allowed to tell you that it's all about the social aspect being able to be in there and talking to other guests so the fact that there are a limited drinks. According to those people the argument was never about that was about the social aspect having a dedicated lounge. So that's still there. And i think the the flexibility you get with the new drink vouchers. Far exceed the The drawback if you will that you can't get unlimited drinks and the diamond lounge anymore in the evening..

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01:38 min | 11 months ago

"royal" Discussed on Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast

"We work to build out The beach club here. We are going to continue to bay the straw markets. That are here. We're looking for new businesses to start to help either fuel activity on the beach club or here Within the downtown area. And so there we gotta get guests from ships to the location and so that's a opportunistic. Built a business that were that we don't want operate we don't want wanna bill. We wanna work with amiens to do that. you know one of the fears. We've talked to.

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Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast

07:31 min | 11 months ago

"royal" Discussed on Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast

"Throughout your occasion And so tech can be in the foreground when it needs to be shirt but to your point. It doesn't need to be training neon blinking at you right. It needs to be. I think the work we did In the amplification of voices. And it's here on free as well the interactive storybook wall. The games for kids are really fun. Ways to deliver tack I think technically low tack to write A button at A way to communicate with somebody on perfect day is is a way to do it and that again. Those are often we learn from those justin build more in go further so so i do think though tech. Ken get disruptive. I've talked about this before. I believe when you go to a restaurant and this is a me thing but i believe a restaurant is that experience especially a high end restaurant and so i think. Qr codes for menus of the worst thing thurman advantage. It's great for of you know convenience if you need. It's great to look ahead and plan get excited but when you go to a real high end restaurant you want you want to feel the paper you want the experience and so i think tech kenya the way some cases and that's an example where it does at or process right absolutely rolling out really work this way with go back john. Yep yeah it's exact around so during the shutdown things going you talk about how of pandemic raewyn you were thinking about. Things official recognition about the chat was going to go forward and things like that right and among them were a couple of projects and the southern. Also that you've now taken on in your role of some of the products some of the private destinations because roker announce a number of new things. That are coming our way on a number of places around the world. You'd among them in the bahamas so wanted to get kind of your update here if you will on some of these projects because you know rokhmin announced projects tell a private beach clubs and areas in freeport nassau antiga aleppo among others right. There was talking about being developed a phase two and three of co-cocaine. So i don't know where you want to start. But the one i i'll start with the bahamas because we're actually in nasa recording this and there's been obviously i've been paying attention a lot of the local news reports in the court filings. Or what have you where things stand with with the projects here so step back a little bit. If you think of kind of the fundamental dna right of going cruise vacation or royal caribbean national specifically. It's really a couple of things. Keep wanna go to great destinations on great ships with great service and that fundamentally equals a great vacation and so for destinations for us in some cases. It's just getting them there right. So odyssey will run a an eight six itinerarium. You'll start to see us on. Push deeper into the southern caribbean because places like abc islands. Have i appeal. The second thing is there are destinations that people want to go to but they don't spend enough time or there's just not enough for them to do. The royal beach club is one of those things allows us to enhance specific destinations. That have great beach. Maybe just not quite enough to keep everybody on having a great short and then third parts of the world where we need to create a destination onto itself and that's really where the perfect day portfolio comes in too so if you think of the difference between the two of them perfect day versus a beach on a beach club is a destination we're going to. You may not go to the beach club. You may go somewhere else. You may decide to go over to atlanta's or do something different whereas perfect day. A perfect day. We'll actually just be the physical destination me. We ended up going to up and so we're going to continue to build all of those We're gonna continue to go to places we don't we're gonna continue to go and build out. Royal beach clubs. The first one will be here in nasa. It'll be the royal beach club paradise island and then we're going to continue to expand our perfect day portfolio. Will it be the exact places that he rattled off. You know there's a couple of things i would say have changed in the last fifteen months Number one the destinations have are evolving Meaning they're coming out of a pandemic themselves so there's situations are different Second art guests sir evolving and we're constantly updating our slate of where we wanna go And so that those factors in formulas together help us think about where we wanna go for sure. There will be a royal beach here. We have gotten to the point where we have We've announced that we executed are lease with the government so the total space is twenty acres Thirteen of which we own privately and that it's seven acres of crown. Land government land that. We've leased so the land lease annecy baddeley's because we have to be able to Build appears to get people there and so we are going to continue to move forward. That program We actually went over and toured today to her the land today so those and freeport has that one is it was interesting is from the outside looking in yeah was freeport and galveston were the super projects. That seems to have the first like earmarks. Like these are goes during the mandak And i'm just curious how reports saks up there. Yeah i think they're all different each Galveston freeport And Robichon up here. In paradise island all had very different unique challenge to solve And so i think part of the reason they appear that way. Is that again different. Either regulatory i mean here we have environmental processes that we have to go through because the type of work we do versus in galveston. It really was the bill out of the the new zealand. And so they all are gonna operate it kind of their different pace we had to finish the land acquisition here where we didn't have to do that right out. In galveston freeport continues to before were were still working through the the legal agreements. So that's just been a long aided process that we hope will include sometimes suit interesting so these projects are still for black ago in in that. Yeah so far. I mean the galveston's for sure chicago. There's you know we are so if you think of any step back and look at the bahamas over all right we have been. I would argue in. Probably you know this is my viewpoint. I think we've been one of the best corporations to really help bahamians overall Whether that is where we've done through the bombs feeding network whether it's supportive local businesses hurricane early hurricane relief absolutely we do entrepreneurial workshops. Were the hot sauce. Project came out of as.

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04:20 min | 1 year ago

"royal" Discussed on Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast

"That one two or does a great dish but you know they want to make your crews amazing they want you to have an amazing experience and in this case they were able to make that happen which is fantastic so yeah never hurts to ask or at least you speak up or you know be not be mean nitpick but to simply ask. They might say we can't do that. I'm sorry or hey. We have this rolodex of old recipes. Good news we can do that next. Emails from jack pile from seattle. I imagine think welcoming would have odyssey takeover alerts schedule for the first month of they get odyssey up and running. This is put on hold for a while. Not the rush back into service for big promo for debut with a full ship jackson. The amount obviously jacksonville is the only before last week. 'cause last week we're we've got the answer to your email jack and that is no. They're not because they're gonna send paul ships back into service this summer. So yeah if you didn't hear about jack. Royal caribbean has announced summary. Plans odyssey will restart cruises in july. July third and alerts are a little later in the summer. But they're both going and the answer is note that it's pretty rare talking cova versa. Let's take that out of the equation. It's pretty rare for rail to swap out ship a b. It does certainly happen but not as much as you might think so. There you go there. I love when i can in this case. It helped me out. Because i don't know what i would have told you before this announcement but bladder to the scene this week so i can sound very smart. Look oh yeah of course which granted you're all set there and our last email comes to us from nickel ends up. I'm trying to decide which to sail on. My wife is still adventure of the seas back in two thousand six hundred. Sixteen in the caribbean then. In two thousand seventeen we sold unexplored the season alaska with our kids and that cruise. We knew we wanted to is on a warm weather so we bit decreased two thousand eighteen knowing that wanted to push back to it later. Date we re booked for april twenty twenty. We have now revoked a couple times. He signed switch back and forth between the freedom and the oasis class. We're not putting liberty sees july thirty twenty twenty two..

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"royal" Discussed on On Heir - Royal News & Interviews

On Heir - Royal News & Interviews

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"royal" Discussed on On Heir - Royal News & Interviews

"If that different interpretations of being in the trenches of the first World War, and the the famous football match English and Germans of played each other and put aside the differences. She's like, oh, yeah. Member you guys, you know, they had known that. She was there, but she has knock into watch them. And I thought that was really sweet. And she's been doing a lot of work behind the scenes to kind of get to know these packages. Yeah. It was exactly the same with the ACLU as well. You know, we had that kind of unannounced engagements when William and Caitlin cypress, Megan kind of snuck into one of their forums. They had and obviously is very known by the heads at the I think it was a great way to end those four introductory engagements. All four of them, spike, all four of them have said since that they're looking forward to Meghan coming back, very soon. She's in constant communication with all four of them. And to me, that's really refreshing. Sometimes when you go to an engagement, and you ask about the relationship between a particular member of family and organiz ation. It's not paps as deep as we sometimes think, so it's nice to know, we already know this about Meghan. But it's nice to hear again that she is behind the scenes still doing the homework's still putting the hours in because I think he really does want to make a stamp now. Absolutely nothing. That's nice. He's able to find. Some of the causes issues that she has been interested in previously in her life as a Meghan Markle. The actress she's been Typos forward into her new life new role within the Royal family. I mean, the I see you on Thursday. She met Dr frame Kingston, Gara aecom wealth Pettis of me Ganda, he's studying public health and health promotion Bangor university, and.

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"royal" Discussed on On Heir - Royal News & Interviews

On Heir - Royal News & Interviews

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"royal" Discussed on On Heir - Royal News & Interviews

"Her friends many for friends also parents, but she feels like and William kind of winging it when they seem so confident in what they're doing. And I think they seem really confident. So I think it's very easy safety outside. Yes, she has helped with this. And that and so, but at the end of the day, only, you can raise your child, and that's a difficult task for anyone. Yeah. And I think in a way if you have someone like she Cambridge saying will this help, and I still find it tough. I think that can be quite noise thing as well. It makes people think. You know, even without support. She still finds tough. It's not just me, this is acceptable is acceptable fail as totally normal. And actually, I am doing good job. It goes back to the humanization of the Royal family that we spoke to earlier that probably was Knox little bit through the incidents the car accident. Prince Philip was involved in the way, it was dealt because William talking about mental health, despite the fact that he's a future king. And despite the fact that he lives very privileged life still suffers or still faces the same struggles that anyone else does and the same with with caves, you know, she may have a very privileged life. But at the end of the day, she still faces many paps, not all but many of the same difficulties that new parents or even longtime parents get quite a lot of support books for babies, but then after the age of one you kinda like this like, oh my goodness. What do I do? Now. He's coming quite lonely and isolating feeling. And and I think she's yes, she's we know that she's very interested in this kind of work. And so I think for her to me are the fellow mums, and certainly people really were very appreciative. And one of the volunteers cigar is soccer. He was a volunteer in, mama. Three was impressed by standing experienced issues. And she said, I think it makes it very human which again, she say touches into that that narrative of the younger ROY is kind of making the Royal family so accessible, which is why when we see the optics the older ROY a of plays into that narrative that perhaps as being in the past the the nineties there was so touched uncaring and all that that kind of thing. So I'm sure we'll see many more engagements from Kate on that more children's charities. Yes. Well, like Princess, and when she was asked about Phillips car accident, we are outta here. We would love to hear from you. If you've got any suggestions from the show or anything you'd like us to talk about do you tweet us at by Emily and. Drew's at Scooby with a hashtag on air until next time. Have a great wake and drive safely. Yes. Way seatbelts seatbelts. Bye.

"royal" Discussed on On Heir - Royal News & Interviews

On Heir - Royal News & Interviews

05:04 min | 3 years ago

"royal" Discussed on On Heir - Royal News & Interviews

"Already is in Columbus guys. Sorry for me, neither miles up hundred comes. Anyway, it's quite fast beta, but I just it's interesting because perhaps at taking it kind of taking step back does this show again. Does this show? How Rayleigh focus has moved now onto Charles and Camilla kind of running the Royal firm principally retired the Queen. We see how thinking other day, we see less and less public engagements. And we haven't got guys anymore. He was I was. Force behind the force behind Buckingham Palace. Really he'd been the queen's private secretary for a number of years, and it certainly a lot of the staff at Kensington Palace so him as mental certainly Miguel head who was he just left last year is Williams private secretary some Cohen who is now how a Meghan private secretary. Both those very senior members of staff saw guides as a mental. And the queen's private secretary hip, former deputy secretary at Jong we don't isn't don't think point such that pivotal figure because as we said before Charles Israeli kind of is is running the Royal family business now. Well, exactly on a lot of those responsibilities being passed down to the younger girls to including Prince William who was in Davos this week having a slightly better week than his grandparent. Yes. He got a lot of positive. It was a really good week for William. I think it was great to see him talking about things we know that he's very passionate about I love the interview that he did on stage at the World Economic Forum with David Attenborough talking about environmental welfare, it was a really luminated conversation. And I think you couldn't have done it with battles. And then Sedav who I could listen to ours. It was brilliant mice. Melih Lewis voice, doesn't he is quite funny? He's quite. Rakish say ties likely skew this place like a kind of ACA Emmett professor, and there was William looking very smart in his blue suit. No, William turned journalist. I thought it was quite kind of soft interview. But then I think the whole point of it really wasn't either man said there were always very interesting to hear David Attenborough say to all of us. It's time. He reminds to all of us that we can all make difference. How small ton of lights, which don't use much energy combine to of washing etc. Etc. But I guess it was it was such a sell-out Parenti. I made that they had move it from a smaller venue to a bigger venue and Davos, I've always had I've always been a little bit on of DeVos's in the Swiss who people who because I had people where is where is south. Yes, exactly since whitland. And I always thought it was a bit of a Oxy moron to have all these very rich, very powerful. World leaders presidents prime ministers go in the very expensive helicopters private jets. Four by fours, always gas guzzlers emitting this kind of CIT. Descending on this tiny town divorce in the Swiss out. It's the talk about how to improve the world in general. It's a small. Yes. I think there are definitely ways that. I never quite understand. Why you see people fly into these kind of conferences are discussing issues affect the planet and environmental welfare, but then flying on private jets. And so on on we've seen leaders and slept. He's criticized for this in the past. However, it is also very small imprint for something that will make a huge impact. I think millions of people watch they into a half hour and today that William did without umbrella. He had some really strong words about the future of this planet. We're gonna play a little clip right now. And will join us second two generations people. My generation now beginning to step into positions of leadership around the world. The word say the planets is probably logic to happen on our watch. What advice do you have for my generation? And what what can we build on? The you have started. I think the paradox that that has never been more a time when more people have been out of touch with the natural world. Than is now. And we have to recognize that every breath of air, we take every mouthful of food that we take comes from the natural world and the diff- we damage the natural world, we damage ourselves. We are one coherent ecosystem. It's not just a question of beauty or interest wonder, it's the essential ingredient, the central part of human life is a healthy palette..

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"royal" Discussed on On Heir - Royal News & Interviews

On Heir - Royal News & Interviews

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"royal" Discussed on On Heir - Royal News & Interviews

"It's beeping a flashing board to remind you to put your seatbelt on which as you say is law in this country to wear your seat belts. And it's a penalty fine of up to five hundred pounds. I think if you don't if you don't wear it that safety device, I was told has been disabled by jocular Andreyeva in the Royal cars. So because they have a preference. Seatbelts. And I just think unfortunately, it plays into this narrative, which I think we've seen this narrative, I'm about to describe between the them and ask them. The royals ponchos the outta touch and ask the Libyan's to use excellent Roman word have to comply with the law that narrative in the recent past because of the worked on by the by the younger royals, William Kate. Mckinnon, Harry, they we feel I think the general population worldwide population more had more in common with the younger rules because they are perceived to be more like us. Humanizing? The Royal family is what put them in such a good place when PR perspective over the last ten years or so this incident was a reminder that actually in it totally different world title different world. And actually I to have to drive without seatbelt on which is against you Kahlo, the Vanenburg if he'd been in an ordinary member the public last weekend police would have find him and potentially find him five hundred pounds for driving without seat belt. Having had very serious accident on the Thursday being seen a couple of days later driving to seatbelt had it been a member of the public. You can bet your bottom dollar that. They would have been fine was the and no he wasn't. He was just giving words of advice and ask taken I test. I mean, he's not being treated like an on personnel. Okay. Fine. He's not normal person. We know that. But I do think as the chairman of the pressure safety council sets me yesterday, if you all in an iconic position in a leadership position, which almost. The Royal family, frankly are, but particularly the most senior the Queen and Prince Philip you do have a social responsibility to make sure you obey Eugenie law and UK law says you have to wear a seatbelt, and f you see someone in a position of responsibility like the Queen and the Queen was pictured in the back of her car without a seatbelt on as well. And it is UK law of everyone in the car news in the front seat where seat in the back too. It doesn't set very good example. And I know that they are from Bill generation and the Queen hasn't passed driving test because she didn't need to strive in the army, but the as you say, the optics just aren't good. What would it have cost one of the queen's ladies in waiting to send a bunch of flowers to eat to the two women with a hundred note saying I'm so sorry, you've been involved best wishes H M year. Well, listen, I understand why from insurance perspective. You know, I know there was some some expectations that Philip should have called and said, I'm sorry, all what were you? That's just not that. That's the first lesson. Anyone knows when you're in a car accident? He don't come out with car and say, I'm sorry 'cause immediately your then taking the blame for the entire incident. But I think there is still a way to show that you care about the situation. And for whatever reason, although attempts were made to communicate with those involved in the accident didn't feel like they were careful..

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