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"salah" Discussed on ESPN FC
"I love your power ranking check. And many of you. And I think that. They were not shocked about this three models and they want names on the models. I think that is going to be a go out of this. I've probably even read the models out wrong. All right. With all the talk of Benzema win in the Ballon d'Or. We knew there was a voluntary question for him. Surely Manet's in serious contention. Won the Afghan elite cop and can win three more trophies. If Real Madrid crash out of the Champions League and Liverpool win it is money the favorite. No. He's still not the favorite. I still think that Ben semi is the favorite. And if indeed, you don't want to go in the direction of getting Benzema. Maybe we're over 11 dos key jumps out there. I think there are other names that will jump ahead of Sadio Mané, including Mohamed Salah, his teammate. Oh, by the way, just one. Football writers association. Ahead of Saturday. Yes. I'm the only lossy Afghan final penalties, right? I remember that, so I just had to do it. Thank you, Shaq. Whenever I remember something ahead of it, it got to make sure you put it out there. With all those algorithms. And the tree model. Ale, we saw the approach you and I am where he took an Anfield and he said that in Spain, Liverpool will suffer. What do you think he will change in the second leg apart from trying to attack more?.
"salah" Discussed on ESPN FC
"I've seen so many moments being in the stadium. This season covering the Premier League of Salah just having touches of geniuses, obviously the two goals against Watford and city who are the goals of the seasons, the past for money against sitting in the return fixture by all those moments, even when he was not scoring at the after the turn of the year after the disappointment of Afghan, even when he was not scoring in those games, he was still doing something special in a very special player, so he deserves it completely. Yeah, and you're not think they should wait till the end of the season before voting on this. Don't tell the English what to do, Kay. I mean, they got tradition. They do this before the end of the season. Of course they do. But they could have waited for that. But it wouldn't have stopped calling about it anyway. I think Salah, just by his numbers, he earned a right to win that. And he's also did little extra. He is an artist. He's unbelievable entertaining to watch. Traditionally, when you see this awards, the defenders and a goalkeepers, hello, Shaka. They have never up there in those awards. I would like to see where the Van Dyck there. I think Van Dyck is unbelievable. One of the best maybe the best of his generation. And rice can even win against Antwerp Frankfurt county. Right, before I get Ali starts on this, what do you think of Declan rice be in there in the top three? I have no issue with it. I understand Jews porn that maybe he's not the third best player in the league, but I think for me, I always look at a team performance and I know we're talking about individual and individual award here. But West Ham, again, exceeded expectation and you could even make the argument that more than anybody else. Everybody expected city and Liverpool to be to be in the top ten. Nobody expected West Ham to be in a Europa League semifinal and get an getting better by track Frankfurt over two legs. From that perspective, you could make the argument that Declan rice has the standout player. I know there are a couple others in Boone and Michael Antonio, but Declan rice here and is the one who is getting all the headlines. Why he's on the list, or he's on the short list. Any problems with the top three list there for you, LA? No, my problem is with a question that you asked Jan. I don't understand how we vote on something well ahead of time. Well ahead of the end of the season. Who's to say that both of these players go on and have outstanding ends of the season, but what if one of them is significantly better than the other? And that guy's team goes on to win the title, then shouldn't that put you over the top. When we talk about the Ballon d'Or and we lord knows that we talk about well on the or more than we should. Well, one of the things that we used to differentiate places, well, he won the Euros with Italy. Or he wants Champions League with Chelsea. In this case, we can not even use that. You can't say, well, he won the title with Liverpool or mantis city. It makes absolutely no sense from the outside looking in, it makes absolutely no sense that you're voting on something when the season hasn't finished just yet. See what the outcome is going to be and then from there, see the full performance and the length of performance from both players and then go on and vote, whichever direction you want to go. Stevie nickel won this award back in 1989. We've got no complaints about it. Tough competition. You're looking into my soul.
"salah" Discussed on ESPN FC
"And lentil soup. Does anybody do that? Broth. What? I did my McDonald's fries into my mcflurry. What? Sorry. Tastes nice. That's not true. That tastes nice. Disgusting. Fries. In a Sunday. It tastes good. You still go and get a mcflurry there, you big kid. We know that. Sorry, I don't have to be like a flurry. I forgot to add a little. Seriously, you want to go to be a power operation. Gary. Right, we're done. We're done. You're done for the day, Craig. What are you doing for the rest of the evening? Actually, my wife's gone out for a short period and she's bringing me back. A pizza, but it will not have pineapple on. Soup and fries. Soup and fries. What a wonderful eating pan I've seen and back on your screens tomorrow be sure to join us. At our podcast, ESPN daily, we ask questions that reveal the deeper side of sports. Did you hear from a certain former president? That's what I'm here to ask you. Did you ever have any sense that baseball was eating away at drew? So what inspired that name across sports and society? Did you kill Lorenzen Wright Chara? I'm Pablo Toure, and ESPN daily connects the best stories in sports to the final score. Wherever you listen..
"salah" Discussed on ESPN FC
"What you're doing, check. So I've got my daughter to mom. Yes. Gorgeous up in his eye. Let's come on me. I'm like that with gold. What is the goat walking like a human? Yeah, you know going to tie to go up on their hind legs and try to butcher. That's what they do. So they go up on his hind legs, getting ready to come in, but it's all horns. Wow. I've got my daughter in my arms and she won in a hot p.m.. I'm like, this would go to the gold square and up at each other till finally the gold is like nah, I've had enough of this one. You scared to go away? Yes, yeah, I won. I won. He backed down. And did you ever find out where it came from? I know, that was it. Never saw the goat again. Come on, Shaq. I'm not that good friends. That guy don't mention him. That's a crank believes you. I'm telling you. I thought he was still in that proper story for the second. I thought that Jules, if you ever want to freak out, I'm just bringing ostrich to the studio. He's really scared of oxygen. Do you have a question? What's wrong? 'cause we met we met the old in mind and the planet. On the man living on the planet yesterday that ever depth French fries and soup. You've got to wait, that's the last question, great. I want to hear Jules animal encounter first. Oh, sorry. I remember I would never forget I was 13 or 14. We were on a holiday so one of my dad's Friends,.
"salah" Discussed on ESPN FC
"To ask me who is going to take them day or how they will achieve it, but they will finish for them. And they're going to bring it away. That's not going to finish trying to still do our tour, they're trying to do our tour. Every transfer window he comes up. I know, I know, I mean, Bruno give me to be fair, was also on the list. I think they wanted him more in the summer. He didn't think he would go now. So they've missed out they've missed out on him. It's going to be very difficult now. There's only 5 days left to less than that even to go and get a bit further, probably a strikeout. We know how hard they try for blah bitch. I don't know how sensible that works to try for so long in a way and put almost all your eggs in the same basket if that's exactly what it did. But yeah, that they would bring anyone know. Could you say Leicester? Ever since that bloody dog should the iPod. It keeps I'll be honest with you, I tried to try to link those ones at the MLS sent me. To try and get us on board. I couldn't I couldn't let them to my foot. And this one keeps cutting out. It's a nightmare. I think any headphones remember that's the chair. No, no. Stop it. But you have not, yeah. You know, it's like they just tried to bring a brand new level of importance to them. You know what I mean? Oh my God. Right. Would you rather Craig, your main player shoot first at a penalty shootout or last, like we saw today from Salah. I would rather them ship fast and set the tone because you might not get to the 5th one depending. So I would rather I'd rather them go and the first two or three than the last two put it out there. What do you think? Yeah, I prefer footage to, as opposed to last two. Question for jewels, according to multiple reports in Spain, Frank kesi from A.C. Milan is heavily linked with barsa for the summer on his free transfer. Do you think he would be an ideal replacement for busquets or do you think pasta should adapt a double pivot in the midfield? Wow. Yeah, I think.
"salah" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Do you feel now that you can most improve? I think I can improve on everything. If you say I'm good finishing, I can improve my finishing a lot and yeah, everything I can become faster. So I can improve that. I can become stronger, so I can improve that. But if I should improve one thing, that is to don't be injured, because if I'm not injured, I'll play much more games, and I will deliver even better. Because you do a lot of working training with different things the whole day to avoid injuries. Players should do. How frustrated is it then to have to go off? Yeah, it's the worst feeling don't be able to play because that's basically what your job is. But yeah, the as I said, if I could improve one thing and if I could choose it right now, it would be not to be injured. And if you ask me if I have any goals for 2022, it's to not be injured. And if you have, if I have any goals for the rest of my career, is not to be injured. That's the main thing. And yeah, that's a part of it and it's not good, but it's also a good training. It's also good for the head. If you can, if you can handle it and it makes me even more hungry for success. That looks a bit like a psychiatrist. A lot more of that interview over the next couple of days here on ESPN FCP to join us quite we can actually across the board of course when it comes to domestic football, but back with a bang at the start of February FA Cup dominating on ESPN+ united Chelsea city spurs Liverpool all in action. Meanwhile, the Bundesliga will be games in Bayer Munich and Leipzig for you in La Liga as well on the 6th of February Barcelona against Athletico Madrid from the camp now. Meanwhile in the championship just the one game today West Brom in action against Preston.
"salah" Discussed on ESPN FC
"An intercontinental playoff. Welcome to lor dot com field frigid lower dot com alongside Kasey Keller Jermaine Jones, I'm Sebastian Salazar. 19° right now it'll be 5° later tonight, but everybody focused on tomorrow's conditions. They're telling us that kick off it'll be a balmy 29° windchill of 21. Some light snow potentially in the forecast for the game. Now everybody's talking about what impact this will have on the match. Let's hear from Christian polis. He spoke earlier today. Nice. A nice field that we're playing on. And yeah, the weather is actually kind of nice today. Sun was out. It's cold, but we're going to be we're going to be ready for it and we'll be able to blow. Okay, so the idea of being in this cold was to give the United States an advantage. You played in a snow classy go is the U.S. actually have an advantage over El Salvador due to these conditions. I think we talked always about advantage about with the fence, right? You want it to have an advantage that you don't have so much fence coming from there. Opposite teams, but I think in general field, I don't think it would be an advantage because the field is good to play and there's no bumps in the field. There's no snow. Maybe we were snow a little bit, but we don't know, but I think it's will not be a big advantage. I think it's more of an issue of travel. I think it's a case where you want to find a pitch that you know is decent. You also want to have a very pro U.S. crowd and understanding where Canada chose to play their match. You don't want to have a game, let's just take Orlando, for example. You have a game in Orlando El Salvador has three hours less travel. They're in a comfortable position. You then have three hours more travel to get to your next.
"salah" Discussed on ESPN FC
"I'm gab, he's Jules. It's blue skies over West London, I believe, but definitely stormy, crappy weather over Manchester because at least the red end because united get absolutely hammered at home by Liverpool. We're going to get into that. But look, George, this was such a wild weekend. So many big games L classical, of course, we're going to get into that against Juventus, I act against pay OM against against price times your man. I don't know. I was just so much stuff. We would have covered India against Pakistan and cricket. And the U.S. Formula One Grand Prix as well, but we didn't have time for that. So let's start at the top because I think this is the story that really, really dominated at least in my mind. I had said before, I can budget for a Liverpool win over united. No biggie, you expect it to happen. Not in this way. We're going to get into this, but at the top because we're going to forget because there's so much to say about united. We have to give a ton of praise, I think, to Liverpool. Not just Mohamed Salah, another hat trick. I think it was a ten games in a row now that he scores. But Jules what blew me away was they had a tough tough mid week game against Atlético Madrid. They come back. They lost junior right now over the summer as we know. They lost Harvey Elliott who was starting earlier this season. They lost they had no fabinho a no Thiago count that are two thirds of their starting midfield in the game. They ended up going in there with Jordan Henderson flanked by nabi Keita who, as we know is extremely hit or miss and James Milner who turns 36 years old in January and I thought more than anything, that drove Liverpool in the game. I thought that was incredible. Yeah, you're right, Kevin. Let's not forget on the bench as well. And I never thought that a team without fabinho without money without would blow away unity like that our profit as well in such a hostile environment because he was hostile by felt being there felt like a historical moment in Premier League history in English football history because of the masterclass performance from Liverpool. And you know what? I don't even think they played that great. They didn't need to. It was too easy for them anyway, scoring early, once Bruno families had made a big chance. And then capitalizing on all the mistakes all the poor performance collectively individually from united. But Roberto Firmino was fantastic in his usual enforced number 9 road the way he controlled everything basically. It was fantastic to watch. When I know that we say build people in England, they don't let up, they respect the opposition, whatever else. I actually thought this was a game where Liverpool said, okay, let's take it easy. It's not risk injuries. Obviously four no up at halftime. United, look, I don't just want to pick on soldier, but I kind of have to, right? This is what I don't understand and maybe you can shed some light. In midweek, they play Atalanta at all Trafford. They go to kneel down. This is an Atlanta team, by the way, missing 5 starters. They go true nail down. In the second half, the storm back, and they win three two. And what is also, he plays the exact same 11 who played Atalanta. The exact same 11 who went two goals down at halftime and had a really, really poor first half. I don't understand the logic. What is he trying to carry over the momentum from the second half when by the way, other players like paga were on the pitch? What was he trying to challenge his men, do the whole thing where he's like, guys, show me that, you know, you guys are playing against other Ramsay could do much better in flavor pool. Prove me wrong by showing what you can do. Well, what was he thinking? It was, I don't know why he was thinking, but this was the wrong call. And we can add it to the list gap, which is already so long. I've run out of paper over the mistakes that he's made. All the issues that this team has, that he can not resolve all the problems. Everything. Because it's so long, there's so much against him. And again, I'm like you are the ones who make it personal. I don't dislike him. I don't want to pick on him either. But this is too easy now. Come on. Come on, how can you start with the same team? That was not good enough, I guess Atalanta four days earlier. The team that played in a way quite similar to Liverpool in terms of intensity in terms of being able to be a press for example, if the press is no efficient, since when's united compressed, never they can oppress they've never been able to press on the social. So what do you think? You know why sliver pool? Let's go and press them. Let's go high. So what you end up doing, one goes, then the other, then the other is not together. This coordinate whatever the world is in English. And it's a mess. This is what it was an absolute mess. Everything they tried to do with the mess. Let's not even talk about individual public. I mean, come on. Obviously, as we write this, plenty of speculation over oligomer socials, future links already with Conte in the media. You said you had a long laundry list of mistakes that social are made. I think everybody has a long laundry list of those. Equally, we say in football, goals change games. So I'm just going to ask you flat out. Hand on heart. Is there a parallel universe where very early in the game, Bruno Fernandes converts that goal that that chance that he missed really, really badly? You expect ruin Fernandez to score from there. United goal will go a goal up. It's sliding doors. You know, Liverpool come at them. You know, it's going another couple goes on the counter. So char is a genius. And I mean, does this parallel universe exist? No. No. He doesn't. And I guess we will never know. Maybe, maybe not, but the problem is a good deeper than the this is a team that collectively doesn't bring you enough. Doesn't bring you anything. So with the ball, and you can see there's a half a chance for rashford. The only way that trans happens in the first half is because of the genius, a genius pass from Bruno, one third on an almost on a volley. It's an incredible piece of technique. But apart from that, apart from those individual moment of brilliance, there's just nothing collectively. And it's not just attacking, attacking wise, because defensively, this is not a team that is strong together defensively. And it might be because van is not there. But I think again, it goes deeper than that. One with Maguire and short doing. You know what? Before the game, when they were warming up, they were warming up on the side of the pitch where I was doing fresh television. 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"salah" Discussed on IlmFeed Podcast
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Trial of 20 Men Accused in 2015 Paris Attacks To Begin
"In a secure complex embedded within a thirteenth century courthouse France will begin the trial of twenty men accused in the Islamic state group's twenty fifteen attacks on Paris the best one hundred fifty people dead and hundreds injured on November thirteenth of that year nine gunmen and suicide bombers struck within minutes of each other France's national soccer stadium the Bataclan concert hall and restaurants and cafes survivors of the attack as well as those who mourn the dead are expected to pack the courthouse rooms the lone survivor of the extremist cell from that night Salah Abdeslam is the key defendant among those being tried for the deadliest attack in France since World War two he's the only one charged with murder the same I. S. network went on to strike Brussels months later killing another thirty two people I'm Charles the last month
"salah" Discussed on Chatter that Matters
"To unnecessary joining me now. Is jacqueline sasebo. She oversees rbc's visual arts for foil. Your taurel department sponsorship. Jackie welcomed ankle. So solid collects art for pleasure but turns out it's also proven to be an incredible investment and one that helps them find his philanthropic efforts. What's rbc's motivation. For being a collector of art. The art bazire collection was actually started in nineteen twenty nine in originally was led by some really are interested executives who wanted to bring culture to the office space. Interestingly enough ninety years later although the mandate of the collection has changed quite a bit the idea of bringing culture in ideas to the place that we work is still very true in. We do that through. Displaying aren't on our walls. Ninety five percent of our over five thousand artworks actually are all over the world in bc offices And we just see it as a way to represent the vibrancy of the communities where we work and we take a lot of pride in so five thousand pieces. How do you possibly choose who to collect. And what do the curatorial department has a really big focus on collecting canadian indigenous art because as canada's largest financial institution we really want to reflect the communities where we live and work but also represent the great canadian talent that we have all over the world. The collection also has a very significant focus on the acquisition of emerging artists which actually makes that by those five thousand Fifty percent of them are emerging artists. Which is something that we invest in kind of across the board supporting in developing emerging talent. So talk to me a little bit more about that jeff lindsay. On to great pride in the fact that not only do they support. Artists really helped him find that audience. What are you doing bank to help. Artists really developed a brand and get the kind of attention that era creativity deserves. The emerging artists project is a program that we invest across all art genres and it works specifically bridge the gap between emerging and established talent and strengthening artists professional networks mentorship and training as well as the opportunity to share their work with new and diverse audiences in the music program. Disa- phenomenal job of recognizing talent to provide them access opportunities for performance with the visual arts. We actually created a studio tour series that we called from within and they were very short at very rich videos that gave us glimpses into artists creative spaces and it was not pretending to drive some great dialogue around what ignites artistic exploration and expression in the short format of it allowed us to be able to share with the world and new audiences these art forms and these artists specifically so you must have one of the cruelest jobs that are besieged. Is you're involved in a tiff. Sponsorship and sal is as you know is being involved in movies and content its entire life. What a great job. I love my job. How did you get it. I started working and thirteen years ago at an ad agency and i happened to get a really cool. Give working on the twenty. Ten olympic torch relay. And so i got to do that and rbc was a sponsor in just met the right people and then over to rbc and sort of working on the tip sponsorship and this is my twelfth. So i kind of just made my way through the bank. And i've always worked on the rb stuff but it is yes. It's a wonderful job. So lucky chatter. That matters with tony. Chapman has been a presentation of our. Friday's join tony. Chapman for chatter that matters presented by rbc on the iheartradio. Canada talk network..
"salah" Discussed on Chatter that Matters
"Two fingers on those old underwood typewriter. You talk about learning how to sell Look at my life where i learned how to sell radio. Advertising is probably the greatest lesson in life. Do you think that more young people should find time in their life. To actually learn to seltzer an idea cellular product or service might marxist years. There was a cool that our eyes stray political title proper title. That always on. The board relationships are capital. A simple line. In like i will be going selling aggressive. Newspaper to kelly stereo in waterloo waterloo square. And we'd have nothing in common Talk about different things in elm Are you gonna take an elliott area. Don't worry we got the atlas talk about this. People want to work with people that are doing great things out there that are helping things and so many times lately and was just you magazines. All this thing that we don't do There's like every digital digital magazi- stick around the house for months right. You don't Hundred times on digital vat foreign. I'm relearning things from these young people out there. What's the best lesson you learned about yourself going from his year. Describe yourself with marxist in university to occupying instead of the newspaper. Your your brother's basement. Free community center in a newsletter defined the lesson in life that you put in your knapsack zan carried with the all your life. What would it be always learned for many situation. in a lot of the stuff you're learning from how economy works and how things were and even on everything be yourself. I mean there's a lot of people may not like them. You don't want to work with them either. So you don't wanna be miserable to me up to enjoy what you're doing. My special guests salva share family escaped. A civil war in lebanon in. His teens becomes an advocate for a better planet proves himself to be a gift in entrepreneur. So sally you've rub shoulders with a lot of celebrities at. But i think one of the funniest stories ever read is when your mom happens to be tall and you introduced something. What does she do. She puts her hand on like cheek. Basically say you're the most special person who's who's a celebrity that impresses you the most none my doctors and nurses who when i was doing dialysis and kidney transplant two years ago. Then i got up says amazon ahead. Italy austin me and then i had to go back in a year ago actually and have a reversal just to see the dedication actually during kollwitz Visit me In give me a foot massage or stay later on. Their ship in some cases actually cried afterwards as they will go home on the subway and get all these anti-asian slurs or anything for a funeral. Slurs come back every time. I've been in the room with you and sometimes you have the most extraordinary jewelry on you have a presence. Spotlight follows you. I always feel like i'm in the company of royalty and i don't mean royalty that you sat on a crown royalty in terms of the sense that you're a healer. You're a giver. Your contributed you ever feel like there's acid street guiding you or do you just feel you're on the planet for one life. I do feel a lot of myalgia in the sense. I do feel like. I don't want to disappoint my parents. I do feel. There is a large community of people actively dallas center at saint jo's and everything i did there. It was like complaints from patients that we don't have that scattered. I do feel very blessed. I'm not religious. But i think a lot of support from everyone so you know and i think the attraction of celebrities on doing a book in new york that we're talking about a couple of people in the whole attraction was didn't want us putting a spotlight on the winslow. They're working in the spotlight all day. There was a story of those michio coming to try. Jewelry at the Table and she put on an Sunglasses took a cab four seasons so nobody would recognize her. And then there was a story about richard ear coming to the apartment very funny and the concierge said to me look like somebody said retreat here in the non. You don't look back. It's tony chapman. You're listening to chatter that matters presented by talking with salad this year. When we come back we learned about salad. Love of the arts and the work collected back then. Today would be welcomed on the walls of any art museum in the world. It's tony chapman. Hosted chatter matters presented by rpc a big shot up to first up with rb see x. Music promotes emerging canadian artists. They provide a platform for these artists to perform define new fans who media exposure and access industry experts and mentors rb season nibbling canadian talent to continue to homecraft progress their careers at follow their passions. Supporting canadian artists matters to. Do you think that more young people should find time in their life. To actually learn at a seltzer an idea seller product or service my marxist years there was a cl- that our history of common for i don't know it titled proper title. They're always putting. The board relationships are capital each week. You can download the latest episode of chatter that matters as a podcast from your iheartradio candidate. Now more with tony chapman. When it comes to my guest salvatierra. He makes the most in a very minute. He just joining me days. Cheney and his family emigrated lebanon he learns to trade. his mother's fresh lebanon cooking for baloney sandwich comes in activist. H fifteen takes over the school's newspaper and we're gonna get a little bit more into the brilliance of this entrepreneur. And what he's done but before we get to that salad. I've been to your condo. Ibm to your office. And the best best way to describe your office to my listeners. I i was looking for the washroom. I turned the corner ended up in this little alco with a photocopy machine and the art on the wall there would be among the best. I've seen that was in the alco. Every walls covered with amazing art. You've got Pile sometimes street date. Where did you fall in love with art in. How did you become such a huge collector conviction. I think i remember saying to a friend of mine. Still my accountant these to these aidid-ali why would i buy stocks like but a war on the wall in the early eighties and it was pretty active in new york is all kinds of stuff in new york and i would have stayed in. The art of wasn't for aids happening. People offer me london. Well-known people offered including warhol and keith. Haring stuff offered me pieces or but it was still the mentality that you want it to be gypsy in. You want to have a house and so on a couple of occasions. I actually told hands and you get rid of all of this like obey on going somewhere. I'm going home or something at my uncle again at a great love of our and mary jarvis now and it began way supporting friends who didn't have any money so it started. When i started collecting seriously. I will be involved in the whole process of the artists trying to do. And it's kind of a patron process but not totally in the sense that Understood.
"salah" Discussed on Chatter that Matters
"My youngest daughter michaela was grandmother who sexually called grand. Perry declared the michaela was an old saw. My smile any parent would but to be honest as more concerned about whether she had all fingers and talks only after mikhael started to grow up. Can i realized there might be something to that. Expression also mikhael h. Two described your moods and colors. She picked up complex. Things like musical instruments in seemed like in minutes played well beyond her years. Same thing with art. Choose a deep thinker. But even then i just framed her as a unique kid. I remember having a birthday party in the backyard for older sister. Alexandra all the kids were running over. Seattle clown or somebody making blows. Mckinley just wandered off on her own before you knew it. She three or four people rounded so only after they started to do this show and connected with some of the indigenous people like jennifer menard tree supposed to sandy boucher artists. Like harry connick junior. Ac mentioned people like robert party people. Chris hadfield seeing the world from outer space that i realized perspective that there's people that truly believe that the energy this planet isn't the exclusive domain of the present but also includes our ancestors to walk before us today and chatter the matters and bringing you another old saw. His name is saleh bashir. An immigrant candidate taught himself english by watching batman on television seller. Went on to build a media empire. His personal art collection would be the envy of many museums around the world. What makes salads so special is his belief that higher purpose is to give and give back. His mark on life is to be generous with his time is money and thinking. The world is a better place because of this old soul salary share. You're listening to the iheartradio candidate talk network and this is chatter. That matters with tony chapman presented by rb. See he's one of canada's leading philanthropist. He's a gifted entrepreneur as a business leader. Extraordinary are collector. An advocate of the lgbtq community order canada oregon tara honorary doctors the chancellor of oak ad and believe it or not so much. Mark name is solid bashir saleh. Welcome to chat of the matters. Thank you in traveling. Zelaya's of boy you grew up in lebanon. Take us back to that time. And what your member that country growing up there. It was a huge sense of community. Grew up in a small town where everybody seemed to be a relative. My grandmother lived with us and my dad was a contractor other parts of the middle eastern seven hundred. Have to travel for. But it's almost dream when you have a childhood than much later wonder what happened. We still go back choice. Believe we went back twice a year for the endemic. We still have olive groves their house. Did you ever see beirut back. Then when i understand. It was the paris of the middle east london most beautiful cities in real. It hasn't changed. I mean be roots. Incredible the resilience of the people everything even during the civil war there was stuff going on. Anthony would drain said it was the most exciting lacey's ever been. It's just a whole nasa different cultures. A mirror different things in foods in incredible. I can't keep up with favorite. Kiki above this Offer age tenure family has to leave lebanon. What was the reason. And why do they choose. Canada my dad left actually Five years earlier there was a chance of a civil war. Nineteen fifty eight. When the americans landed ten thousand troops in lebanon. He wanted us ubi educated and not be there with all the different strikes and secularism that was going on. My name is a moslem arab name and so his best friend named his son. John named named his jaw so it was kind of one of those things where they both came to. They had a lot of friends in ottawa. This huge lebanese community chose to come to I mean there's a huge anti-americanism at the time so he came to the thought of gadarene was placed in atp prince here who is right. What was it like for a ten year old coming to a country strange language. Obviously the weather patterns are very different. How do you plant roots at that age. Will you know. There's a whole sense of immigrants who were together until together. So there was a mr mckenzie in ragsdale. Learn english by watching. Batman and bewitched bonanza three bs. Were with my dad when we have seen awhile in were five kids and we made the nick frenzy or quickly. The it wasn't much of an adjustment. We spoke french as well. So it was kinda and i understand that. Doing some research requires an athlete when you came here that you. I'm not now well. People are going to hear the audio. So i could say you're absolutely But i mean but the you know you were goalie in hockey quarterback in the football team. That's quite something to come into a new country and kind of work your way into those positions that help you kind of become part of canada or was it just. You're just had affinity for you. Know i think it's a fitting end as well as the most people want to try and fit in and we. We started with street hockey on our street. Which is a dead end. Actually despite the pearls all jewelry e can't get a hold of me on. Sunday is a huge. Nfl football an adding. There's a painting in our office by a bunch of mostly naked man playing football. He tried to reach me once. They said you know he watches one o'clock game than the puck game. He walks the dog at seven than me. The clock emc that that window at seven. I've never wanted to fit into someone's rule of something that they mentioned. Do this do that so at age. Fifteen you begin down a path which turns out to be elect line pursuit in becoming an activist taking back to that time. When you're in front of the dominion grocery stores trying to get people to boycott the greeks. Grapes are one of my favorite fruits How it actually came about. But i i know that there. There's a picture somewhere bob Walking in march with vazza dominion ragsdale. Bauza in we started boycotting. Grapes was a strip mall. And where my mom and most of the people working in there with you and ask something of a divided farmworkers workers and that i should do something about. It's a great book with john. Steinbeck remember reading grapes of wrath. So you ain't movie with henry fonda a fantastic movie so you click about one hundred dollars a day to give to the because cesar chavez is in town sounds like your dad was pretty proud because he topped it up with another fifty but you down to present this and you're kind of embarrassed at how smallest amount was given how big 'cause i started a lot more people given me money. I i just thought it was an easy. 'cause you know here you know whatever amount Went to present a lifelong came out of kind of pounded under fifty dollars and he let me know which is a real key of fundraising everywhere. Where the honor fifty dollars logo which families how it will be spent and the bill. Compliments one hundred fifty dollars more than we had this morning. Sometimes people will have a fundraiser but not follow up of where the money is going. And what's what's happening. How effective. I read so many things about your love the both. I'm not dismissing your dad. 'cause you talk so glowingly but when you talk about your mom and some of the incredible beautiful words.
Astronomers Zero in on Source of the Impactor That Wiped out the Dinosaurs
"A new study claims the impacter belief to a wiped out seventy five percent of life on earth sixty six million years ago including all the non avian. Dinosaurs most likely came from the other. Half of the main asteroid built between mars and jupiter. The findings reported in the journal lakers came as a surprise to scientist as it's a regional space previously not thought produced. Many earth impact is however computer modeling from the southwest research institute in san antonio texas has shown that the process is that the large asteroids to earth from that region occur at least ten times more frequently than previously thought. They've also found that. The composition of these bodies does match. What scientist snow about the dinosaur. Killing impacter researches combined computer models of asteroid evolution observations of known asteroids to investigate the frequency of so-called chicks lube events over sixty six million years ago a body estimated to be around ten kilometers wide. Signed into what. He's now mexico's yucatan peninsula for me. One hundred and fifty kilometer wide crater known these days as the chicks solid greater and it was this huge blast which triggered the mass extinction event that ended the reign of the dinosaurs. The last few decades much has been learned about the chicks lube event. every advance is latina questions. One of the study's authors william bucky from the southwest research institute says too critical questions remain unanswered. Firstly what was the source of the impacter and secondly how often do such impact events occur on earth to probe that sheikh salah be impact jealous examined sixty six year. Old rock samples found on land and within drako's the results indicate the impact that was similar to carbonaceous contract meteorite that some of the most pristine material in the solar system.
How the Bible Addresses Depression
"How to diagnose it and what could cause it. We also discussed ways to get help or to give help with that background. We are now going to open our bibles and see what it has to say you know. Depression is not named in the bible. But it is certainly there. This is not something new but when you know the symptoms you can easily recognize it. The psalms have great examples in psalm. Seventy seven has to be the best of all. Listen to this and see if you recognize these feelings. This is reading from psalm. Seventy seven verses one through thirteen. I cried unto god with my voice even unto god with my voice and he gave ear unto me in the day of my trouble. I sought the lord. My sore ran in the night and ceased not my soul refused to be comforted. I remembered god and i was troubled. I complained and my spirit was overwhelmed. Silla thou hold us mine is waking. I am so troubled that i cannot speak. I have considered the days of old the years of age times culture remembrance. My song in the night. Commune with mine. Own heart and my spirit may diligent search will the lord cast off forever and will he be favorable. No more is his mercy. Clean gun forever duff. His promises fail forevermore hath god forgotten to be gracious. Has he in anger. Shut up his tender mercies salah. And i said this is my infirmity but i will remember the years of the right hand of the most high. I will remember the works of the lord. Surely i will remember thy wonders of old i will meditate also of all the works and talk of all doings by way. Oh god is in. The
Merkel's Bloc Spars Over Who Will Run for German Chancellor
"Good after from somewhat soggy. Very not sunny zurich the two leaders of the parties that make angle miracles. Conservative lines in germany have now put themselves forward to replace her. Frau merkel will stand down at september's election with the various premier. Marcus suitor and arm allow shut. The recently elected leader of the cd the christian democrats vying to fill her big loafer as well. Let's get the latest on this now from quentin peel and associate fellow at the your program at chatham house quinton also spent a few years at the f. t. as many of you know he was the man in berlin And of course has met mr lash attack from time to time. Good afternoon quentin good afternoon. Let's maybe start with a bit of a snapshot you've spent some time with mr lasted i've been in the company of mr Suitor before Maybe let's compare notes. Because the last time i was In munich at large event it was the unveiling of Of an a three fifty tons of course Airbus very much invested in bavaria. And there was mr at the center of things and really quite a quite a force Commanding the room Very much that the character that we've seen on On television probably of of late may be but look back a few years clinton maybe even a little bit more bolshie and boisterous but someone who certainly had command and presence How is this going to square when we think about Mister mister lash. Well they are a bit of a contrast rally because lash. it doesn't come over with quite the same self-confidence he seems more hesitant a little more ambiguous. He's not a what marcus urda is. He's not a real conservative. He's much more a centrist in the party. He's much more. The person who would still be a chance salah like angela merkel somebody who tries to bring the different factions together.
Brazil’s Ex-President ‘Lula’ May Run for Office Again as Court Cases Are Tossed
"Right president gyroball sonar. Oh is under growing pressure over his response to the pandemic. Now he's facing trouble of a different kind. Supreme Court judges rolled ball scenarios. Political nemesis can run against him in next year's election. Former leftist president Louis in a CEO Lula da Silva was banned from running. Louis and ASIO. Lula da Silva was banned. Louis and ASIO Lulu DeSilva was banned from running in 2018 because he was convicted of corruption. But this new rolling means the Selva, widely known as Lula could have a shot at getting his old job back. We're joined now by NPR's South America correspondent Philip Reeves. Well, what exactly did the judge rule? Well, I don't know whether you remember this. A couple of years ago, Long after leaving office, Lula was convicted of corruption budges. He wound up serving 18 months in jail. Hey, and his supporters always said these charges were politically motivated. Stop him running in the last election in 2018, which they did That's allowing both Salah Toto win yesterday, a Supreme Court judge. Another of those convictions, he decided the court in southern Brazil that bride Lula had no jurisdiction to do so. He ruled the cases should be tried over again by federal court in the capital, Brasilia. And that means that Lula gets his political rights back, at least for now, and therefore, really much to everyone's surprise. He qualifies to be a candidate in next year's president elect presidential elections and can challenge full sooner.
Salah Fires Liverpool Up the PL Table
"A very good result for liverpool beating west ham. Three one in franklin booth with us steve. That was very impressive. Second-half performance report impressive. I i was quite impressed with illiberal plates for most of the game to be honest. The most impressive thing was that we have the return of mr mosala. I mean i'll be talking recently about how this guy has fighting with. All eight couldn't get a hold of the ball to save his life at times. But today my goodness you talk about moslem the ball the fox one jenkin pasta defend getting on these lasting colored one and then the second one i mean. Are you ever going to see a force torch. Contestable kyrie was like four thousand. A year kim for houses. Well tenny. just. Give a little tickle prey on his left bag and then just stuck away with say w left. I mean what's goal. And as i said. Look slate mosala has written just in time. It's crazy considering stevie how much criticize him. But he's the leading goalscorer in the semi lane. Well he is. You know yes. you've asked me previously. Do this guy this keep them. He has to quit through and that's what he's done. You know the truth. Has your husband been these past. And when he saw that Certainly asked the big. Evan leeway because of goldie skulls scored a goal since crystal palace last year so somebody has ability then we have to point out but as i said hopefully bike. Frankly imagine you'd prefer if you didn't share what you text me after that second go from ceylon to say you were impressed by it. Yes you wouldn't share. Because i know you're not allowed to that channel but i was a masterpiece. I barely saw a contract data efficient in technical way in the way that they d run forward. The past from alexandra old and i first from shakira was exceptional. And what about you. Know the the control from a left-footed with the right foods from saleh with a little step in a chip over the leg of the goalkeeper to score the second goal i mean. That's that was absolutely fantastic. And i have to say that was really really impressed by the by that
To future generations of women, you are the roots of change
"Yeah salah. Hello hello hello one trill to have this opportunity when we ask all of our ted community many of them. Who would you like to hear from. If we're going to look forward on word when it comes to women in the world unanimously. The answer was gloria steinem. Now i know you're way too modest to accept that easily. So before we move onward. May i go back a bit since we have known each other for a long time and talk about those early days when you were building a movement challenging stereotypes moving beyond call four norms. You must have had some manifestation a fearless and your life. What were what were your fears. And how did you overcome them now. I certainly had a lot of fears and chief among them was speaking in public. Just like i am now because you know we choose to express ourselves in the way that is most natural and i became a writer. Because i didn't wanna talk. So the first thing i had to overcome was the fear of public speaking and because i was afraid to do it by myself i asked a friend to do with me. Dorothy pitman hughes and then flow kennedy anyway so we became in that way somewhat accidentally white woman one black woman speaking together which you know was very helpful to express. The movement was for everyone in those early days when you were becoming not only a really powerful public speaker in spite of your fears you were also normalizing and creating response to a word that became the anthem for so many of us literally changing lives standing in front of crowds and saying feminism is for every woman and i see now as as you do that there are still ways in which feminism is not understood as a concept misunderstood criticized. Sometimes where killed. How do you describe feminism. It's just the radical idea that human beings are all equal and we can dispense with the labels of gender and class and race and begin to realize our unique individuality Of course feminism was misunderstood in the beginning as if it were about female superiority or It was a movement for lesbians only not for all women. I mean you know. There were all kinds of of Misunderstandings not to mention ridicule. I hope that that's passed. I used to just send people to the dictionary to look. Feminism very helpful. How do you feel the new generation. The next generation of young women. What is their relationship with the word and the concept of. There's still a lot to be done to reach that equal stat. Yeah well. I don't think that i mean the the the word is still there woman. Ism women's liberation the role kinds of words But i think it's much more about content and not worrying too much about form so black lives. Matter was started by three young black feminists that was their creation that has is beginning to change much that needs to be changed And they just assumed that of course they were there as three young black feminists and you mentioned a reality that has just happened for all of the women in the united states. And that is this national presidential election in which the data is showing a great difference. Between the way white women voted. Black women voted and we know that women are not monolithic but the divide and the differences among us in every way. Not just racially. But where we live economically and culturally and almost. Every way has been deepened in the last few years. How do we as women began to bridge these differences well. I don't know if it's actually been deepened. But in any case. I mean the the thing that is different about us is that we have wombs or it and we all have wombs and there is in patriarchal forms of government and governance and just Culture an effort to control our bodies in our minds in ordered to control reproduction. And if there is racism is there is than there is a another motive which is to try to keep racists separate that is a racist motive and to perhaps try to influence one race to produce more than the other. Which actually you can see now in in White racist movements so it is just very basic and the reasons for our unity are very basic because the simple revolutionary statement is that we get to make decisions over our own bodies. How great is that
Why have three community cases suddenly popped up in NSW?
"So Norman in new, South Wales we had twelve days without any luckily quiet cases and we were feeling really good about it but then yesterday they had three new cases that were from community transmission and at least the reporting. That, we have at the time of recording current cost. We didn't think that they were actually linked to each other. So how did this happen? Well, you can only speculate eventually it will be explained we you would hope that it's not entirely a mystery that with genomic testing, we can find out perhaps what viruses their most closely linked to. So really won't stay a mystery for too long. So on the one hand, it's spread from known sources which are not, which is not readily apparent, but it is a worry because you don't wear they'd been you don't know who they might spread it to the just a lot of unknowns here. Even if you could say, well, originally did from the Crossroads Hotel and Salah or something like that all those weeks ago. The other thing that can happen with this virus is that it goes underground with asymmetric spread in a community. Of people who are younger to know they've got it or might not be coming forward for testing. So remember testing a New South Wales has plummeted and really far far too low when twenty or thirty, thousand people a day should be being tested at least twenty thousand and we're done below ten thousand and happy enough for a few days. So people are being tested and therefore we're going to get more and more surprises like this and in Washington states in the United States. Beginning this pandemic would underground for six weeks before papa game after somebody arrived. From China. So this is what this virus can do, and we've just go to keep alert. So three potentially unrelated cases maybe they are related, we just don't know yet. What does that say about how much more virus that probably is out there under the writer it obviously means there is more virus out there than we thought even if we know where it came from because reach, these three people were got to. Find out who the spread it to the last few days and really get out there and do a lot of contact tracing a lot of testing and hopefully people will come forward. So the Risto virus is there much. We don't know that's why they're doing sewage testing. You might remember that sewage testing did indicate a problem in south West Sydney the other day and Hawkesbury, but we find any cases in the Hawkesbury catchment. But this does mean there's fire is out there and you cannot relax. It also puts paid to this notion that we're going to go twenty eight days without community transmission before Boras Open Up. That ain't going to happen I. Don't think they ever get to that milestone to think so and so the tolerance of states like Queensland to do this is going to have to be a much higher tolerance than it is at the moment possibly even have to wait till the election so that doesn't become a political issue. So you think we need different thresholds for opening up again. Is that what you're saying? Yes, I mean I think that the key is you're going to get cases popping. Up like this, almost certainly, and the question is how much community spread has there been from name to others and do you know where that's come from and if you get the sense that New South Wales and hopefully Victoria quite soon knows where cases of come from who they spread it to and they're on top of it under on top of it quickly. Then the risks while the states really is pretty low, but it's not nothing. Well, there was some good news out of Victoria overnight where. that. Number of new cases has dropped back down again on these six new cases yesterday, and most of them seem to be clustered around these Chad Ston shopping center outbreak, which we know about. But there's a big group of doctors in Victoria who are against lockdown measures and they put out a open letter sort of saying that the lockdown measures are causing more health homs than they are good because people isolated that young people are being sort of stopped from. Going to school and socializing, and they're actually really low risk and that the risk of carbon to the general population is much lower than the risk of health negative health outcomes because of being isolated long these are serious issues and I'm sure these doctors care a lot about it. Some of them a little bit of overlap with a group of doctors who wrote to I think quarter magazine a few weeks ago stating similar things and it so we. Could problem I mean what do you do if in fact you had done what some people were arguing for, which is the end of September that the premier of Victoria should have really let foot off the brake both things go back to normal for all these reasons as well as for covering the economy. Then the predictions from the Burnet Institute's mathematical modeling was the the return hundreds of cases in a very short space of time I think that's been. Borne out when you've seen outbreaks like the chat stone shopping. Center outbreak and so on. So it doesn't take much for this to fuel up and I think that Victorians do not want to have gone through least Melburnians do not want gone through all this to have stop start going on and still having significant virus spreading. So I think that's the problem is that you've got the fuel for the fire there if you don't lockdown than the fuel can actually. Again and you can get significant numbers of people and the people. The people who are exposed are doctors, nurses, h care workers, even receptionists and others in care facilities. We haven't got that much better at controlling. It is just that we've got a bit better and they're still going to be vulnerable as well as the aged and infirm and I think the we said as a society that's not what we want and on the other side, there's no question that there's going to be mental health problems. Economic problems people are turning up late for the cancer diagnosis turning up. Late when they're acutely ill in the emergency department, all these things are happening. No question. The argument is a good one to make is just the answer is not simple, and if you'd let your food off the break earlier, we would have gone back to a major pandemic in Victoria very quickly as it stands, it's just getting under control and a few weeks from now, it should be much more under control a suspect it's not going to get to zero, but much more under control and the contact tracing testing regime should be able to control it with things like sewage. And testing of things. So don't think that we're too far apart on this but say right now we should be letting things off is probably a mistake and a he would be supported by any more balloons and just on that the number of healthcare workers in Victoria that are getting infected. We've got an update on that. Don't wait about numbers come right down. So things are getting under control. They're getting out of control on partly because community spread is under control. So people are not bringing it in, but really the major spread was within hospitals needs care centers themselves, and that is really is coming under control, which is a good thing. So
Dont Call Cameron Diaz' Daughter Pretty
"God Ten Day on Daily Camera Da Sharing Secrets about why she really left Hollywood and why she doesn't want you to call her daughter. Cute. During an episode of in Goop health sessions she told the paltrow her life in the spotlight was draining camera decided she wanted different things out of life and she found peace after she retired from acting but it's what she said about her daughter that really got our attention checking out I know it's impossible. But I really just want her to be free of objectification. anyways ship or form Salah when people are like. Don't she so pretty I'm kind of like. You know I kinda have to breathe through that moment because she's a baby right now but like I don't want her identify with those. All I WANNA do is hope her be her. Period. Okay. So is it bad to tell young girl? She's pretty. Hate to throw to you because you have a daughter but I mean, what are your thoughts on this? Yeah I don't think it's bad to tell. She's prettier. She's cute as long as that's not the only thing you're telling them, you can't just live on that every single day having your kid walking around thinking they're the prettiest thing on earth and not realizing that they're also smart and that's also ambitious and that they should be carrying and disciplined and all these other things that make up a well rounded beautiful young lady. So I think Baldo. Parents and other family members love to do that Oh. You're so beautiful. You're so cute. You're so pretty make sure you're also advocating for how's your grades? How are you smart and you read this? That start advocating for for well rounded young women as opposed to just tell them acute on. Yearly well. Not That my mother was not that person she was a you're going to grow into it. I promise on. It's going to catch up with you like you got to wait a little bit. Some of US have to wait a little bit. You know I think it's one of these things where I get her symptom and I understand that But there's something about apparent being too aware of something that they can over correct something in people's lives like I was very lucky that my parents let me live my life. Let me go through hard things and when things got hard they sat me down and they you know they would say look this is uncomfortable but we need to talk about this. Think parents these days are just too aware. I think honestly the more I listened to what everyone has said A. The video I feel like I wish cameron kind of Said what Victor said I know that she's a new mom I'm sure she's extremely overprotected I think she obviously had her fair share of time in the spotlight she knows what it can do to you and she just wants her daughter to know that she's more than just that. But I think what Victor said is just completely correct and you can tell somebody they're pretty that's Noggin not a negative thing and I hope it doesn't become one. Also, just need to say like you know you're smart you're capable. You can do things go for your dreams I just think what what he said was I think it's totally accurate. So yeah, but. Girl let me ask you a question as a girl like we all know how girls are. They're never going to change and the first thing that comes up in a young girl's life is self esteem and it's all based on what she goes through around her at school. Why not counteract the you know you're going to get you feel happy feelings of being inferior to other people when it comes to. Tell you? You'RE GORGEOUS Or people are going to try to say things to you but just know that you are who you are. You're amazing. You are well rounded capable young woman and you're beautiful as well like I. I. Think the seems really I just don't think somebody saying to you. You're pretty should be taken as something that's offensive. I. Just don't think that that's necessarily big offensive but I think it's just everywhere right you take your throat like I remember going to the grocery store or The mall. Every person's like, oh my gosh she's so pretty it's just the first thing that people talk to your child and say, so it's up to you as parents to give them the the well rounded side to be like, oh no, you're not only pretty what you're going to be smart. You're going to grow up to be a beautiful young woman. You'RE GONNA grow up to be disciplined to be a lawyer doctor like there's different ways of going around it, but it's hard. The society is what you see. Till
The MPB Photo & Video Hall of Fame
"A full to another episode of this week in photo I am your host Frederick Van Johnson today I'm looking to be joined by Matt Barker. He runs a little company called MPP. It's cross the pond, and over on this side, we're going to be talking about some of the projects that they're working on and just sort of getting to the bottom of this hall of fame thing that he cooked up. He met welcome to the show. How's it going? On keep having me. Good evening evening here so Here The It's good to have you good to have you. So let's talk about this. So first of all, let's talk about the company. What is All. About what's the company you sort of elevator pitch for for what you guys do? Show assets pretty. Straightforward. We now the largest platform globally. For photographers, videos, filmmakers to buy sell and trade kit. So we are online and available in the whole of the US where you are in the UK and all across Europe as well. So buying anything from entry level. Salah Kit maybe one hundred bucks up words right the way through to syndicate Red Kit things of that nature. Up to the various kind of high end of things. So I think overall reprise across about six thousand different products and buying and selling lenses, bodies, etc way. Primarily within the kind of autofocus era within the digital era with bodies. But obviously that's a huge catalog of kit. And now now the biggest and the best place to be doing that really. So that's in a nutshell, our PB DOT COM. That's fantastic. Congratulations on that. So so just just to put a finer point on it. So the largest the largest player in the buy sell trade. World for photographers and videography or creative professional's doing that sort of stuff. What does that look like in terms like today right? So as we record this, it's July sixteenth twenty twenty and and obviously if you know your history people this was in the middle of the pandemic, we're currently in the middle of a global pandemic. In, what how does that affect the world of of buy sell trade? Is it a positive effect is negative or is it benign? Question I think. It's been obviously an awful time for all of us and really really challenging for business in general and. It's usually by this many businesses literally having to shot of their Dole's. I think from our points of view and it was fairly similar in the UK to the US. So in the US based in New York because you said earlier in the UK, based art in both the UK and New York went into lockdown around a similar time in March. And that stage. John Sentence for us we we weren't sure if we could remain operating tool at that time and around the balls that were being put in place and things like that, and we run a massive warehouse here in Brighton Beach Warehouse in Brooklyn and so i. I kind of concentration from us, I, guess when this thing came on was the safety of our staff primarily, it was very much a stop first customers this second approach. But I think once we got past those early weeks and got measures in place in warehouses to ensure that everyone was safe and we continue to operate. We've seen is like a really really positive thing in many ways, which is the it's been clear to me watching what's been happening on the platforms that people have been really engaging with photography actually, and we've had loads of new in new engagements and new customers coming onto the platform for the first time. Has Been recent huge growth and not. Someone said to me I guess is that during what's been everyday difficult time during a time where people have had to spend a little time indoors and? Changing the normal habits working from home excetera. I think people have found a lot of comfort and joy in their hobby and turns about passion point and to to to find. Some pleasure really at quite difficult time. So and we're certainly not a net beneficiary of this thing at all. The companies out there like Amazon's. Wouldn't ever say that that was the case walnut to be the case. But we have seen. Huge. In great engagement in a way, is clearly evident. The people have been been quite active with their hobbies. So that's been really really positive and I am going to see and like I say we're very lucky that we've been able to continue to operate to row being an online only business as we all. Say Some Fortune. I suppose dipped in that, which is you know not been the easiest thing to find a late. So yeah, it's it's. You know as as a business as well. I think because we all we've been around since two thousand eleven. So this is all on ninety. We're significant size business. Now, we're lots of people as well and again thank thankful for that because that gives us resilience and helps me I think if it had been if he had hits us when we were a much smaller company ABC's it's a lot more challenging to deal with, but we have. About one hundred people that work here. Now, not helped us in terms of resilience as well and being able. To change the way, we operate to to accommodate things at this time so. Yeah it. Definitely. Definitely a challenging. But definitely. Some positive things in there that we we can be talking about as well? Which is quite
New York - Body Found In Plastic Bag On Roof Of Bronx McDonald’s
"A dismembered body found inside a luxury apartment building on the lower East Side Surveillance video shows a man following 33 year old tech entrepreneur Fahim Salah, and then attacking them this morning, a body found wrapped in a plastic bag on the roof of a McDonald's in the Bronx. The discovery made about 6 a.m. East, 149
"salah" Discussed on The Clear Evidence
"The difference between a believer and he doesn't is actually Salah. You want to know the difference. It is Salah so I want to inform you today and it's a simple message like I said but wha wha struggling as we have so many issues so many disputes so much happening across the globe you perhaps know maybe more than I do regarding some of the matters affecting not only us but an entire. Oma kind of humanity is struggling. Let's get closer to. Don't you agree? He's the owner of the solution. Don't you agree? He's the owner. He's the sustained you want. Well you need to first start of what you're a lower provide for you allow will provide for you. He will give you. He has said that he will provide for everyone so develop relationship with him. He'll give you contentment. I'd like to really encourage myself and yourselves to fulfill this beautiful pillar of Islam. Not Considering it a chore but an ANA do it with a smile. People say I read Salah but my child or my children don't and sometimes when you ask them further you find out that when they are fulfilling their Salah the expression on their faces that of sadness the expression on their faces that of fulfilling job or a chore that is very difficult so we are looking very sleepy and they get up last minute and they really get over with as though they are in a gym engaging in some gymnastics and thereafter. They are completed in the back into bed. All they have disappeared when the Children. Watch this they would not be interested in fulfilling Sala even though you fulfilling it the reason is your expression the reason is your attitude towards the Salah when you come for Salah when you come on a Friday. Your always late. You're always the last person your children. They won't even come. But if you come early and you come into the first of all you try to sit at the beginning in the front section etc your children if they were to follow you perhaps if they were a little bit lazier they'd make it to the second.
"salah" Discussed on The Clear Evidence
"And I'm to be human enough. We would get irritated if someone kept telling us every you've got to go to school at seven o'clock you've got to go to school at seven o'clock and repeated not once two three four five times repeated for example the event twice you here come to the prayer and twice you hear it again in what is known as the economy just before the pre come to the prayer. Wasn't it enough a lot to just put it in the walkie? Masala Asoka wasn't enough for Mohammed. Salah alone I didn't hear was to just inform us that a loss of Allah has put ascribed upon you five Salah as he's in the body for example of the when he was sent to Yemen in Qatif Pulmonary. Look it up. And the long at the end was somewhere in the middle of the prophets along with them says Adam laughter by him come. Salawah layer let them know that a lot has prescribed upon them five prayers every and night there are five in that psycho but a loss is new. We want you to call out for the sprayer every single time in the Arabic language. One of the reasons accommodate hood Johnny for there to be evidence against you on the day of judgement. Did you hear the call? Yes I did well if you did. Why didn't you read the Salon? Why didn't you fill that prayer? We told you not only. Did we say come to prayer but we told you what you would achieve through that player. Hyeon Arsala That means come to the prayer but you will hear immediately after that I come to success every one of US male and female young and old. We're looking for success. There is no success beyond that which allies promised you. You can never be truly successful if you have disconnected from your five daily prayers and evidence. It is manifest in the van in the call itself. You Want Success. Will we are going to show you step? One step one and this is why the. Hadid says the first thing that the person will be reckoned in the hereafter is their salon. If the solar is in order everything else will be easy if the Salah is not an order. The rest of it. Would you expect? It's going to be difficult and tough law. Have mercy on on us on that date now. Lots of Hanahata Allah. Make it easy for every one of us. So if you look at the coal it-it's bearing witness for us or against us. I called you did you come. The answer sometimes is no and this is why when a blind man wants Austin Salon sending asked the Messenger. He said Oh prophet of a loss Alani. He was seldom. I'm a blind man and I find it difficult to come to the masjid should I am I given an excuse etcetera the end of the idea. The prophets Salaam asked him..
Battling Brown Marmorated Stink Bugs
"You you talk to me about a little bit. When we talked previously about how this affected some homeowners. So can you tell me a little bit about? What was the most extreme situations that you saw so this didn't just you know wreck havoc in orchards. The People's lives and homes were affected. Absolutely you know. It is an insect that we say really bridges the agro urban interface where you know throughout the growing season it's an agricultural past in a lot of crops but then in the fall when it moves to potential overwintering sites to hibernate it becomes a nuisance pest for homeowners and businesses and so in the fall when the bug starts looking for potential over wintering sites. They begin Moving and flying in large numbers usually just around the fall equinoxes and thereafter. We see them moving toward homes. In fact is one of the places that we often find them. Overwintering and so it begins with large numbers sort of elating and landing on the surface of people's homes and then ultimately they settle within the cracks and crevices of homes places. That are cool tight and dry maybe under your siting around a window frame you know they get into a gable invent and over winter beneath the installation in your attic whatever But the problem is okay so now you have nonpaying residents in your home. Would you know that there there? Are they hiding aware with their often? Quite concealed in. Let's say you'd make a trip up to your attic. You know in the in the fall perhaps to get holiday decorations and you pull out a box of holiday decorations. And their between the layers of paper that you've sort of put in there to protect your ornaments are also layers of Brown marmer and these are fully adult ones. And maybe describe him for us. What do they look like? Well you know stink. Bugs are normally referred to shield bugs. And so these are large insects and they have striped antennae. They have striped legs. They kind of have a shield shaped Structure on their back that covers sort of their what we call their sore accident. Abdomen and So they're already distinct and they're kind of they're pretty big. They're bigger than most of our native species. So when you when you see them you know. They're much bigger than some of our other. Fallen vader's like we think about Asian ladybird beetles or box elder. Bugs you told a story about one shop. Who Do you want to tell that story cure? I can talk about him. This is a homeowner who had emailed me About the situation in his home and in his home he lived in an area That was Nestle between some mountain ranges and a lot of agricultural production and so in the sort of winter of two thousand eleven following the fall of two thousand and ten he was literally having thousands of Brown. Mom rated stink bugs. This is the other issue. Some of them become active during the winter and they invade people's living space so in his case he was getting thousands of them entering his living space and he began by cleaning them up with vacuum cleaners and so he had a vacuum cleaner in fact on each floor of his home and what he started to do was actually take data and so. He began by vacuuming each day and counting the number that he vacuumed up and by the time he had written his email to me he had destroyed and these are. This is a quote from him. He had destroyed twelve thousand stink bugs in his home and something like forty five days. What is that like in your sinks on your on your toothbrush sitting in your Coffee Cup and your cereal box. You know none of the places you want them to be so by the time he had gotten to spring he had removed. Twenty six thousand stink bugs from his home And so that's a tremendous Burden for homeowners to deal with. I hope I hope he had a sense of humor. He he actually he he does exactly biologist And he just recently retired and so he was a great actually. Ended up. Being a great collaborator on this project and he published that data in a peer reviewed refereed journal. My goodness okay. We have a question from bill until wack. He look good question. Actually why are they called? Stink bugs that's a great question They are referred to as stink bugs because essentially both the NYMPHS which are the immature stage and the adult have glands in their sore acts. That release what we referred to as defensive compounds and so these are you know sort of kind of you know. Some people would say foul smelling odors that could potentially Repel or at least Startled potential predators so Stink bugs in general. That's that's why they're called. They do release essentially stinky compounds. Brown marmer rated is a bit of a different smell than other native. Stink bugs Have actually they share a couple of volatile with the same volatile That are released by Salon tra- so some people have actually become sort of unable to eat cilantro anymore if they'd been invaded by numbers of I like the smell of Salah. Yeah I would turn me off. It hasn't me and I've lived with these bugs for a long time.
The Day They Closed Our Masjid Ustadh Fahad Ansari
"Yesterday for the past six. The current virus rid nineteen and how sets US particularly with the closure from side to nothing did I can remember. Or markets can remember have had has been so impact from on the entire world as this pandemic if you think about it the previous issues of war terrorism other panicky Bola. They had an impact the shook the world they stopped. The word people have to do this differently. Nothing to schedule seeing at the moment is unprecedented that the entire world had to stop so functioning as it's used to functioning and it doesn't matter which party were you. How wealthier country poor countries is not a word of companies a secular country or the Muslim country or the Hindu cut. It doesn't matter it's affecting everybody. Schooling close pubs bars restaurants cafes cinemas theatres everything shut down sporting events primarily the NBA International to completely shut. Down or is international. Problem is installed. It's absolutely chilling to see what's happening is like a complete lockdown and obviously what affects us of believe with more than anything else you take that which is beloved to us away from below the thing to us a daily basis that we have in our minds as believers is also is a prayer at the place to do that is massage now if the controversial decision and the Austin some who assisting the stay open to discuss supposed writer room. I just want to focus on effective getting involved in the whether it's Roger all my opinion is has no consequence isn't bearing I nobody. I cannot influence the most staying open or being closed in this way. Never to the reality is we have to so. Let's think about this aren't delay. Says not even a leaf light tiny leaf fall off a tree in the middle? Of course loss hundred dollar witted for allow Zapped Leaf for. This doesn't draw full off Alah Willett. He wanted foldout. Whatever the reasons we say as to. Why most needs to have because of risk realities Alon wielded that is most close their doors winded that we cannot print these and therefore we need to reflect as A. Why isn't that position? That's the real question. Read you sit and you go fourteen days in suffice. It's a good time to sit and think about this question just over two weeks ago. I sent a picture of the governor and they had close it off completely so all you could see the white marble and you can see people in the off. Cnet would prey and is quite chilling. Side looking at the reassure us. The Authority said that the clean precautionary. It hoped to be running business as usual in a in a short period of time. And have you started wearing Madan? People Perplex go there for. He was thinking about Hutch. But you know there was a feeling that this is going to be okay. Then what happened last couple of weeks slowly restrictions start coming in non-saudi here in the UK into now local massage. What did it last week? The Friday Levin reduced ten minutes could find Saddam told. Don't come to the mess with children. He don't bring the humming. They sit at any level. This talk this could be dangerous. It's a risk to others who post this weekend. We're supposed to be on the retreat. Study Retreat Have to be constantly. He hoped by joining. You'll have a Mogadishu. He talked a video in paramount's Sanchez yourself. Before you come in wearing a must come in. All of these measures were happening. Guidance was coming out from the different organizations. And Councils about how we should deal with this and then yesterday almost like a domino effect one after the other press releases announcements this massive that losses to. It'll be no Jamak mortar. It'd be no Jeremiah. This Muslim he's Prato and the MOMS were crying. The Tears Trustees breaking down saying this is difficult decision. We've had to make. We didn't take it lightly. Believe believe if we did not take his likely and the reason that this is has taken such a hit. The most is not just a place where we pray. It's not just a place where we go. We worship flight time today through the congregation Salah. No it's much more than that. It's a hub of the community is when we have an education system we have found in. We've mothers for the children. We have classes for adults will ever On we A- circle the Mawlid relearn at the practice our faith. It's a place of its place of celebration. Someone has a newborn child legal to celebrate the most their party. Nick weddings morning. He was last rites leaves. Libya genus pre in a mass shooting. People COME TO SOCIALIZE. How feeding so down because after work softer network late night and then the run they come and they just see some of the brothers in this piece this school. This song This was missing the wellbeing discussed affairs of your mom. Local community problems how to resolve them the visual refund. Raise our brothers and sisters locally locally and get into states. A few days older All those lessons of a lot have been taken away from them.
Supervised drug injection site in Philadelphia is almost ready to open
"Me a Philadelphia nonprofit says it is opening the country's first facility where people can inject illegal drugs under medical supervision yesterday a District Court judge ruled that the site does not violate federal drug laws NPR's Bobby Allen reports after a two year legal battle leaders at the nonprofit called safe house are ready to open their doors to the first official supervised injection site in America it's a facility where those struggling with addiction bring their own drugs and use with trained medical staff standing by to prevent overdoses it's been used in Canada and Europe and has been shown to save lives Randgold fine lead safe house we have the highest death rate of any big city in America the twenty nineteen death rate is expected to surpass twenty eighteen and with numbers like these we are compelled to last the decision was from a U. S. district judge in Philadelphia who found in October that the site safe house are proposing are more like a medical facility than what prosecutors have called a crack house the judge has now made his order final it's a blow for the justice department which sued to try to block the site here's U. S. attorney bill McSwain speaking a year ago when he and the trump administration first filed their lawsuit aimed at stopping safe house is our folks have good intentions but we think that this step of opening an injection site is a step the crosses the line he's not alone in believing this at a tense press conference today safehouse said their first facility will be in South Philadelphia that was a surprise to neighbors there Leanne Salah off wasn't pleased you blindsided us yeah thank you our children there is a lot says she doesn't want to live next to a site that will have a steady stream of substance abusers coming in and out pardon and you were speaking about gold find of safe houses says three to four people die from fatal overdoses every day in Philadelphia she says they're supervised injection sites are taking public injecting off the streets and into a medical facility we understand that your children should never have to walk over people publicly consuming and the goal is if it's not outside than inside studies have shown that injection sites do drive down fatal overdoses in the vicinity around the facilities Philadelphia health officials estimate that twenty five to seventy six people could be saved each year with the opening of the injection spaces former Pennsylvania governor ed Rendell is a big supporter but even in its hands twenty five months it's worth it supporters say will also serve as a way to connect with treatment housing and other social services Leo Beletsky is a health and law expert at Northwestern University he studies harm reduction efforts like supervised injection sites he says other U. S. cities are watching one of the key arguments against advocates has been that the law is not settled and you know the legal implications are unclear well that argument just suffered a setback federal officials say they are evaluating all their options under the law they have already filed an appeal safehouse has volunteers at the ready including Rendell the former Pennsylvania governor expected to escort drug users to the site early
U.S. Military Unsuccessfully Targeted Second Iranian Official
"Today there was a second U. S. military strike the night general Salah Mahdi was killed this one was unsuccessful the night that Iran's general so when money was killed in Iraq by a U. S. drone strike the U. S. unsuccessfully targeted another top Iranian military leader in Yemen according to a counterterrorism official and a U. S. official the strike targeted I bill raises ally at his compound in Yemen but by morning the U. S. learned he was still alive and the strike it failed to kill him July was one of so many top deputies and had planned this surprise aerial attack on Saudi oil plants and it rocked the world oil markets in
Operation against Soleimani was set in motion before embassy attack
"Our top story today the killing of an Iranian military commander ordered by president trump last night at my direction the United States military successfully executed a flawless precision strike that killed the number one terrorist anywhere in the world Major General Qassem Soleimani was at Baghdad airport when he was hit by U. S. drones salamander was plotting eminent in sinister attacks on American diplomats and military personnel but we caught him in the act trump went on to blame someone money for recent attacks on US targets in Iraq and for acts of terror across the Middle East over decades we took action last night to stop a war we did not take action to start a war Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei responded in a harsh statement he said quote a forceful revenge awaits the criminals who have his blood on their hands the state department has ordered Americans in Iraq to leave immediately and the Pentagon said it sending more than three thousand troops to the Middle East to bolster security in Congress reaction to the killing has been sharply divided Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell who praise the operation it knowledge as much in remarks on the Senate floor productive way on up in this political environment the operation that led to solo on his death may prove controversial or devices I recommend that all centers wait to review the facts and hear from the administration before passing much public judgment free to speak now with Virginia senator Tim Kaine Democrat on the armed services and foreign relations committees he has spoken publicly about the US move calling it quote a drastic escalation of hostilities and he's just introduced a war powers resolution to force a vote in Congress before further action against Iran can be taken senator came welcome to the program thank you I we've heard much criticism about Chris not getting full notification about what was going to happen so when did you first get word of this operation I'm already I heard about it the same way they much of the congressional leadership did through newspaper and press accounts the president not only did not seek congressional permission he didn't even notified Congress and that's why I filed the war powers resolution today is is general Salah money a despicable Keller yes he was is around a bad actor yes it is and remains so but the question is whether the United States should be engaged in a war with Iran another war in the Middle East that in my view would be unnecessary under no circumstances should we be in such a war based on the president's whim that should have to be debated and voted on in Congress now as the president has said he believes that he was trying to stop a war not start one and there's also been reports that there were as alleged imminent attack coming from celeb money can you tell us what you've learned if there was an imminent threat from Iran's military leader posts the U. S. there has been no briefing of Congress that I am aware of and I said on both the armed services in the foreign relations committee about an imminent threat from general Soleimani he has been a known quantity and a bad guy in the despicable person for decades but there's been no briefing about whether there is an imminent threat the administration and said that they will conduct such a briefing next week but the constitution is very very plain that we shouldn't be a war unless there is a vote of Congress and that is what my resolution resolution will force the kind of debate with the facts on the table so that the American public can see it there may be some of my calling to think a war with Iran is a good idea but we should be having this debate from the public and and putting it to a vote not allowing this president or any president to take such a step on his own you know past efforts to claw back authority from the president have failed right what do you think is going to bring your colleagues around this time it is it has been difficult most recently in the in the Senate we passed a resolution was actually an amendment to the defense authorizing bill by fifty to forty vote saying the president could not initiate war against Iran without a vote of Congress but because that was a motion that required sixty votes we didn't get to the threshold but we're getting closer and closer this it also happened with Yemen as well right and even last year house Democrats voted to repeal the two thousand one authorization of use of military force and they tried to claw back the Iraq war authorization these seem to be non starters what's the reluctance ID when I started this when I came into the Senate in twenty thirteen as a member of the committee I could hardly get two or three senators interested in at the fact that we had fifty votes in the Senate a few months ago the fact that we passed a resolution in both houses trying to stop the U. S. activity supporting Saudi attacks in Yemen the number of senators in Congress men and women who are very very worried about war being waged by president with no consultation with Congress is growing and in this particular case I warned the president two years ago that if he tore up a diplomatic deal with Iran he would blunder us into a war and the Pentagon has been advising the White House for well over a year that the maximum pressure campaign of the trump administration economic diplomatic and military is raising the rest every day to retaliation against Americans that's what's happening and it's time for Congress to step in and the mechanism that I've used will force us to have that debate and vote whether the votes will be sufficient on whether president trump might veto will have to get to that down the road but at least Congress cannot be silent about this we have to put everybody on the board I want to jump in at the last moment here because you mentioned the maximum pressure campaign on Iran you've said that the US should do it recently came to punish Iran's bad behavior the US is already in CD tough sanctions that have heard Iran's economy haven't brought them to the negotiating table final moments what are the options well the president should try the one thing that he has refused to try he remember was this president that tore up a diplomatic deal with Iran over its nuclear program that our ally said was working at the international atomic energy agency said was working and that secretaries teller sin and mad us in general make master president's original national security teams that was working the president might want to consider diplomacy rather than blundering us into a war that's not necessary that's democratic senator Tim Kaine of Virginia thank you for your time absolutely Iran's Major General Qassem Soleimani was on the U. S. is radar for years the American military says the money commanded Iranian forces and worked with the rocking wishes that killed hundreds of US troops so how did he escape Washington's reach for so long here's NPR national security correspondent Greg Mary the US government designated Iran's Qassem Soleimani a supporter of terrorism way back in two thousand seven at that time US general David Petraeus was battling insurgents in Iraq who are being guided by soon money from afar and they were often killing American troops he was a very significant and formidable adversary but there was no real way for Petraeus to act against to a money back then I can note that during that time as the commander of the law custom so long certainly never dare set foot in the country however in recent years so money had become a periodic visitor to a rock and shortly after his plane touched down at the Baghdad airport on Friday morning a U. S. drone strike turned his car into a fireball it killed the man who's been the architect of Iran's military operations throughout the Middle East the trainer says his death deals a serious blow to Iran I think it is impossible to overstate the significance of this action he is in my view the second or was he was in my view the second most important person in awhile and second only to the supreme leader Salah money age sixty two sported silver hair a neatly trimmed beard and popped up across the region and well pressed military fatigues he spent almost his entire adult life engaged in Iran's regional conflicts and since the late nineteen nineties he commanded Iran's could force comparable to US special forces he came to symbolize Iran's effort to be the leading power broker across the region from Iraq to Syria to Lebanon the US watch as his influence grew out of this custom for the money was not in the administration's cross hairs for the last two administrations rob Malley was a Middle East expert on the National Security Council during the Obama administration he's now head of the international crisis group they were opportunities in the past no doubt to assassinate him the decision at the time was made not to do so because the assessment was that the risks outweighed the benefits clearly this administration president trump has changes calculus trump has waged a maximum pressure campaign in repeatedly threatened the country Malley meanwhile believes Iran will now retaliate perhaps in a big way killing him is for all intents and purposes the declaration of war but secretary of state Mike Pompeii told CNN the administration acted because it had intelligence that sewer money was planning another attack he was actively plotting in the region to take actions a big actions he described it that would have put dozens if not hundreds of American lives at risk Hey declined to provide details in recent years so money had gone from a shadowy figure to someone who is increasingly visible on the front lines of conflicts like Syria where he played a critical role in propping up president Bashar al Assad he gained a lot of precision around because he went on the battlefield and was not a general stayed behind but who went sometimes with the risk was and I think that contributed to his image in a strange twist he found himself on the same side as the US a couple of years ago a rocky malicious under his guidance and American troops were both battling the Islamic state again David Petraeus he was doing sell for use on the front lines with a walkie malicious fighters but that alignment didn't last earlier this week trump blamed Iran for killing a US contractor in for orchestrating the attempt to storm the U. S. embassy in Baghdad defense secretary mark asper dropped a hint of what was coming saying Thursday that quote the game has changed rob Malley is skeptical that still monies death will change Iran's behavior they've already named his replacement and one should expect to run in foreign policy is not going to change in any significant way as a result of his death hours after school money was killed Iran's supreme leader vowed to continue the same course Greg my re NPR news
Killing of Qassem Soleimani escalates U.S.-Iran tensions
"Iraq offended on said it's a drone strike targeting Major General Qassem Soleimani was aimed at deterring future attacks by Iran it's part of president trump so called maximum pressure campaign against the Iranians but there were fears that the killing of Salah Mahdi a revered figure in Iran and some other places in the Middle East could see simmering tensions between the US and Iran turn explosive now this morning many world leaders are calling for a de escalation including the heads of Germany and France president of Syria Bashar al Assad in a message to around supreme leader though calling the strikes a treacherous and Carolee powerfully act of aggression local lawmakers weighing in this hour to including Massachusetts right by on a Presley twitchy says president trump's actions have quote serious consequences on our collective humanity end quote going on to say the US is not a dictatorship and senator Warren who again is running for president to solo money was a murderer but the move escalates the situation with Iran and our priority must be to avoid another
Times Critics Talk About Their Year-End Lists
"It's the end of the year. And so it's time and our three critics. Dwight Garner Parl paralegal and Jennifer Salah have come up with their ten best books of Twenty nineteen. They join us now to talk about those books a little bit about the process and the difficulty of coming up with like these Dwight giancarl. Thanks for being here Nathan. How natural is this process? I mean is this something that you're thinking of from the very beginning of the year when you're choosing your books or is this like Oh my God it's November. We need to think about it for me. It's the latter I mean I I I feel like I was surprised again. Even though he shouldn't have been surprised that all of a sudden we were putting together our lists. I think I'm always thinking about got it. I am always even just like weighing one book against the other ones that I've read does naturally just before you start flinging around attitudes is it. Is it essential all is it. You know arresting rested more or less. I think I think for me. I'm always I'm always going through. But then the real sort of thinking in sifting does sneak up on me and suddenly. It's like I don't know inside some years you know it's like I can only choose ten. Some cheers you're like. How can I stretch ten? Does that play in to your choices. What I'm thinking and not as does it prevent you from or slow you from reviewing something really dreadful because you think well? There's no way that this is the contender. No An and I think it's just the luck of being able to review both Shawna's I've got to review enough books. I much more curious to hear from you John. As the nonfiction critic have not narrows bridge. It's a bit more particular. Your your lane. Yeah no I'll I'll admit that I- internally maybe sometimes externally complain about about having to make the list each year but I do feel like when it comes to the nonfiction books. Yeah there are just certain books that we should review that I should review and so I do it. And then that inevitably takes up a space among the fifty summer sixty some books that will review in a year. So I think that that's partly why I don't think about it during the year and then I just let it sneak up on me and November one thing that I noticed. Yes when I look at your list sometimes I think Oh. I'm surprised this is on here. I didn't think at the time that Parlor Twitter Jen like this book as much and I'm curious if over over the course of time your view of books might change our has. You're saying Parl years are slim pickings. Is that come the end of the year. You think well that wasn't so bad. Compared with what else is out there. This is looking better now. Things sneak up on you. You know it's funny you. You read a book early in the year and you think well maybe this isn't so superb and that as the year goes on the book and a sticks with you and you realize this was far better than I thought pieces. I love to read in general in critics. Go back over the reviews for year even a decade and talk about the things maybe they over praised crazed or under praised. Because as we all know you know works of our change as we look back at them we all know what it's like buying a new record. You buy an album and then you really dislike the first ten times as you play it in. Its the eleventh time where clicks and sometimes mentally that works with the book even on a second reading. Do you think about what might make your list from the beginning of the year. Anyway I do. I remember this April having the stretch. Why reviewed three of the best books I've read in a longtime right in a row to spam Bam? One of them was Susan Choice. Trust exercises distrust exercise and the other was the old drift by non Walis repel. And I'm forgetting the other one. I think it was the new Sally Rooney Novel Normal People and there was something else and I remember born holy cow like this is the best month I've had a critic in terms of just finding things that blew me away on the one hand you love that and the other hand you critical. I'm glad that the year simmered down or no not glad you're did similar was harder to find great things after that for me anyway and all three of those books looks made your list as well as two books that were on the book review. Editor's list the top ten last night boat to Tanger- and the Yellow House Dwight you also review poetry throughout the year. Do you think to yourself. I have got to have at least one book of poetry on my list. You don't but I like to. I mean I read a lot of poetry and it's hard to find the right book review of poem so few slots I feel are open to meet review poetry that I tend to wait until a poet has collected the book of verse out or a selected book that enables you to look at a whole career rather than just doing book but this year this crazy book by this poet. Chelsea minutes in the book is called. Baby I I don't care if it's in a way it's a stunt book it's sort of you know blackly funny poems. Read dark poems that take their the take the subject matter from old Hollywood movies movies and it's free book and it's unusual and I went back and read earlier stuff and I just realized this is a major talent. Who's doing a weird thing with this book? And it's a good book. I've been giving it to a Lotta people because it's a book that it's easy of access like give it to someone. Read a lot of poetry in. They can get it in find it quite charming and smart. But she's very deft. Theft is a poet and there are many layers to all sorts of readers. I find our charms in awed by her talent. What's your process like each of you when you are coming coming up with your list Jen? Well we each have a page on the Times website where it lists everything that we've written and so I look got all the books that I reviewed over the past year and you know there are some obvious ones that jump out at me in terms of being included on the list like which twins this year did you think. I just know that's going to be on there. I thought the Chernobyl book by Adam Higginbotham. I thought was fantastic and it was something that you know. I still haven't seen this. Hbo Hbo Series that. Everybody talks about but I feel like in terms of the book itself. I learned so much in the way that it was written in the way that it clarified certain scientific aspects specs of the meltdown. This midnight midnight interminable exactly and so that was a book that you know. I kept thinking about over the past year. Another book was how to hide an empire by Daniel Miroir Dwight with talking about having a period in the earlier part of the year. Where just is there was one book after another? That was just fantastic and that was another book where I had read a lot of books that were about the notion of the American Empire and critiques of American Empire. But this was a book that actually looks at actual territories the Philippines Puerto Rico Guam. You know all these places that that are sort of. On the periphery I think of the American mainland imagination. I guess when they think of what empire means and so that was another one and you know the Caroline for Shea Book about her time and El Salvador. You know quite stunning. That's sort of the process that I go through where there are certain books. What's that jump out at me? How about you parl? What's your method? It's so scientific research I keep I keep all the books I review. I've I have a bookshelf for them. And I have the order so I just look at them and stare up at them hopelessly but I also do keep like a running list of of about meteorology check and I'll be like okay. What's been in sort of spectacular with my thinking of and then of course but I think that that point that you raise an android did to talking about that book of poetry? Is that in the last couple of weeks of the of the monthly monthly sort of thing like what is stuck with me. What is nagged at me? You know that the books that you admire but you're this book had a power because we do with these books and they changed with time and they changed with looking looking at. What else is out there? They change if I'm honest about the conversation. That's happened around them. Sometimes I do feel like I look differently if I feel like it's been misunderstood. It hasn't been appreciated. Appreciate it enough or looking at the other books year and seeing the other reviews feeling defensive on its behalf and saying how could you miss. This is the one that did something thing different Parl. Two of your best books were more than a thousand pages. I know I like big books. I do I do Docs Newbery Award by Lucy. UC L. men and anniversaries by Johnson. That one how long seventeen hundred pages. I actually had to go to the doctor after that because I I hi developed like bad ice during they were just twitching. I'd like five hundred pages a day insane but the book is so good. I mean just. Don't read it like that. Read it like twenty five pages a day. That's both those books are actually great books to have by your bed over the course of a year. Absolutely because they're about slowly Lee narrating a life and in the case both these books about the life of these really really incredibly scarily intelligent observant women and and them reading the news news and processing the news and thinking about their children thinking about history. As it's happening. I was so impressed that they cross is hold me in that way given that like you know. Time is slow in these books and they're thick with detail and they are
"salah" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"salah" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Would taint the thirty second minute with a goal aldona check. He can't do that well. You've talked to at least forty five before you can play. It followed the same felicitate believe that was against the run of flying out about ten minutes into the second aisle. They should have been a penalty shouldn't absolute on a position she she's taken set in the bar aw to highlight we ruggeri. Didn't we just taking it too far because that's just a clear plan now. This is definitely a penalty. The referee gives it so after they're all the developed which respite who takes its course he hits the post. Ironic is all my goodness but then united were deserve to get the equaliser is a in the one thousand nine minute brennan finished from james. What's really funny. Splits grit played good movement good shot blossom and then the funny shock. Actually this is talk. Talk talk talk time united probably going to get the win but no davidge a hand with the error is near post on on whole scoring the winner crystal palace beat manchester united by two goals to one at an incredible game because on one hand. Do you want to bash in. Is it or you just going to say. It's one of those days you said less surprising rising result i. I don't think there's any defeat for munyaneza. Here is going to be surprising really losing at home against a sign. It's it's not good united site. It's not played beat jail to start with and then take advantage of jokes. He's openness. They outplayed worlds in the second half and all over the place. Okay they must have penalty just been beaten by arcade of created the most of the possession that was expected against the policy of south of the season poorly just lost chef food united but i'm not surprised center started this season united or one of these sites at the moment that team just to awful of years ago but her they are where you are in this league. We're going to go to trial for the new john's. That's that's just the case you know talking about who always going to try and turn this chechen entered into the united of when he played and the eighth of the when he played was about moving the ball quickly good movement and good clinical finish and that's what our team was all about this united team as a slow as a weakened in jail they had one decent of good movement and quite tossing and they've got the goal from that was the only thing i mean consider. It should eliminate a possession of territorial advantage. The heart i mean goalkeeper hasn't had to make a wonder shaved. You can't jong only see he will account believe the another school there. Yes there was tons of pressure but there was any rule no chance no marcial not getting the penalty. I think we'll probably change would add more team to take the time. They didn't deserve to lose to of course but he's going to do that. You know they're going to do that do that ended today. Munches this united. I've got pleasant their team around crazy amounts of money because the got talent right so if you can't do team if you have good pass and in good movement and good furnishing then you need to rely on your talent to produce and the talent number tone though what do you mean but didn't deserve to lose. I mean they were outplayed today but then they'll go navy played by crystal palace struggle and start this season old trafford so if you decide to me yesterday united are gonna have seventy percent possession russian howard i went yeah. Tell me something new but it's what you do with our okay all the penalty i get ah policy school two goals one of them is a mistake from goalkeeper and the first goal i referee you could look at your our eighteen million pound defender in harry maguire and look possession on victor lindelof the flick-on he's miles away so where should he be once the issue somewhere close to where they can around the cover for the flat..