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"salzburg" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

04:58 min | Last month

"salzburg" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"Is the 10% half your podcast. Dan Harris. Happy Friday, gang. It's bonus meditation time. Today we're gonna talk about an ingenious way to handle your inner critic. As is often the case with me, this is an idea that I completely dismissed at the beginning because yeah, that's the way I'm wired for sometimes not so useful skepticism. However, it's a technique that I have nonetheless come to embrace and varying forms with high degree of success. I would go so far as to say it's really changed my life. So just to dismiss my dismissiveness and please accept my eventual acceptance of this technique and it comes from the great Sharon Salzburg, a towering figure in the meditation world Salzburg is a prominent teacher and New York Times bestselling author. She's played a crucial role in bringing mindfulness and also loving kindness practice to the west. She cofounded the insight meditation society alongside Jack kornfield and Joseph Goldstein and is the author of 9 books, including loving kindness, real happiness, and real love. She lives in both New York City and Massachusetts and teaches all over the world. Okay, over now, to Sharon. Hi, this is Sharon Salzburg. This is a practice inspired by part one of my book real love. When students ask me how to handle their inner critic, I often suggest make her a nice cup of tea and suggest she'd taken up. She's beginning to repeat herself, sure science she needs a rest. This gentle approach to the critic immediately diminishes her power. The new relationship we're aiming for is one where we hear that critical voice, we don't become completely swamped within it. And at the same time, we don't feel ashamed, we don't feel afraid. We don't feel like we need to battle that voice. So let's begin. Can sit comfortably. Close your eyes or not, however you feel most at ease. And begin your practice with the awareness of the breath. Where is it strongest for you? Maybe that's the nostrils or the chest or the abdomen. Bring your attention to that place. And simply feel. Then we'll reflect on the inner critic. Is it a persistent voice? Is there a face? Is the voice a person really in your life? Present or past? Can you give your critic a name? A personification. How did you fill out the characterization of the critical voice? And then bring your attention back to the feeling of the breath. Then there's an exercise in active imagination. See what happens if you thank your critic for worrying about you. But so you're

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"salzburg" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:57 min | 2 months ago

"salzburg" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Not any other player. Going gap. I just want to say I was a bit surprised, but what's TV said about when you tell a player is going to start and then you as a coach change your mind. I mean, I would have thought surely to hold job depends on delivering results. And if he changes his mind, whether through gut instinct or whether because he simply changes his mind, surely as a coach, you have to put out whatever the best 11 you think is on that day. No matter what you might have told players before. Well, yeah, but part of your job is to keep the players on site. So you're not going to keep anybody on say by telling them one thing and particularly this situation. The semifinal of a Champions League and you just pull the rug away. What do you think is going to happen? So yes, things are not always. Things are not just black and white guys. I can't argue that you have to. You should have kept these chop shop. You should never have told them it was going to play in the chambers of the examining final. And then the deal of pilgrim. What do you think is going to happen? How do the teammates feel about that? Does that make sense? Let's be in public. Well, the teammates don't really care. Right. Another players do. No. They'll all be laughing. What are you doing reading a book? You're only 24. They're not going to do a 5 or so. And they'll be it. No problem. That would be no problem. Well, I would go as far as to say, I would get a copy of the book and say, can you sign it for me? And dedicated to me, please. Well, somebody's convinced them to do it. Because it will make money. Look, do that. People in America are interested that we're a big seller in America. So going through it and they did it. Let's stick with Chelsea, of course, big news today. Christopher freund, who we thought was going to come in, didn't we? It's like director of football when he's turned that down now. Saying that we're in the middle of a very intense phase. He's talking about ripple Salzburg and have important tasks to

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"salzburg" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:57 min | 5 months ago

"salzburg" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Well, thanks, Carl, greetings from Salzburg, Austria, without a doubt, the most magnificent magical enchanted city I've ever seen in my life. I'm so glad we got to come to Salzburg. Of course, Salzburg is famous for two things for the tourists. Wolf Wolfgang, Amadeus Mozart. This was his birthplace, and where he spent much of his life. And of course, the sound of music, some scenes that were filmed there. The architecture, though, beautiful churches and cathedrals everywhere. This is a beautiful, beautiful Austrian city nestled on the river and with the Alps and the beautiful fortress believe it or not, overlooking the city that encloses all of it. Just the history, the charm, and of course everything is Mozart Mozart Mozart. This is where he was born. See this house here, with the yellow painting on the outside. That's the birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. He lived here for a number of years. He moved to Vienna, became disenchanted with Salisbury because he felt they didn't recognize his greatness and wow, his greatness, of course, prolific and felt the world over. Interesting facts about sound of music. We saw a couple of the places where the movie was filmed, including when Julie Andrews came running through the courtyard with her guitar. We saw where they had the big music festival where the von trapp family flat fleas at the end of the movie for the big dramatic finish, but our tour guide explained that locals don't really like the American version of the sound of music because the sound of music was the story of Maria von trapp was originally captured in the early 1950s by a German film. So the Broadway musical, which was mounted in 1959, and then the movie a few years later, for them was just a reprise and they didn't care. People in Austria and even Germany, they didn't care very much for the sound of music. Believe it

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Mike Gallagher: Salzburg Is Famous for Two Things

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:57 min | 5 months ago

Mike Gallagher: Salzburg Is Famous for Two Things

"Well, thanks, Carl, greetings from Salzburg, Austria, without a doubt, the most magnificent magical enchanted city I've ever seen in my life. I'm so glad we got to come to Salzburg. Of course, Salzburg is famous for two things for the tourists. Wolf Wolfgang, Amadeus Mozart. This was his birthplace, and where he spent much of his life. And of course, the sound of music, some scenes that were filmed there. The architecture, though, beautiful churches and cathedrals everywhere. This is a beautiful, beautiful Austrian city nestled on the river and with the Alps and the beautiful fortress believe it or not, overlooking the city that encloses all of it. Just the history, the charm, and of course everything is Mozart Mozart Mozart. This is where he was born. See this house here, with the yellow painting on the outside. That's the birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. He lived here for a number of years. He moved to Vienna, became disenchanted with Salisbury because he felt they didn't recognize his greatness and wow, his greatness, of course, prolific and felt the world over. Interesting facts about sound of music. We saw a couple of the places where the movie was filmed, including when Julie Andrews came running through the courtyard with her guitar. We saw where they had the big music festival where the von trapp family flat fleas at the end of the movie for the big dramatic finish, but our tour guide explained that locals don't really like the American version of the sound of music because the sound of music was the story of Maria von trapp was originally captured in the early 1950s by a German film. So the Broadway musical, which was mounted in 1959, and then the movie a few years later, for them was just a reprise and they didn't care. People in Austria and even Germany, they didn't care very much for the sound of music. Believe it

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Mike Gallagher to Report From Germany This Week

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:09 min | 5 months ago

Mike Gallagher to Report From Germany This Week

"After the show, I'm going to report tomorrow from Germany. That's right. We're going to do some broadcasts every day that I'm out because I just can't, I'm just a glutton for punishment, I guess. Carl Jackson is going to hold down the fort from his headquarters in Orlando, but I will be doing some reports from Munich from Salzburg from oberammergau, which is where we're going to use the whole point of this trip to go see the passion play. I'm so excited going with some very, very dear Friends of mine, this is a bucket list trip. I'm a little nervous and a little frazzled because, you know, going to a foreign country, not speaking the language, and I got no German in me. I can not. All I'm doing is watching Hogan's heroes reruns. To try to and that's probably not a good primer. Listening to sergeant Schultz, not sure that's the kind of German I should be bringing over with me on the trip. But I've talked to Eric and we're the whole team. We're ready to broadcast from Munich, my first report tomorrow, I'm going to take you along with me.

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Is America's Sovereignty in Jeopardy?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | 7 months ago

Is America's Sovereignty in Jeopardy?

"Now what if I told you right now this question of sovereignty and who is in charge very well might be put in permanent jeopardy using an international health apparatus. Now there's lots of fail safes built into the constitution. The constitution is a domestic political document. It's the greatest political document ever written. The United States Constitution was not written for the times, was written to stand the test of time. Understanding human nature's predisposition towards greed. Selfishness, lying and cheating and stealing a diffuses power over space and time. There's so many layers of checks and balances in the U.S. Constitution almost as if the founding fathers were inherently distrustful of people with power and they were. Now, it spreads over space and time by it requires a lot of geographic land mass to be able to make decisions and time where it's intentionally long to be able to do something bold and dramatic. This is why the CDC and the FDA swooping in and taking away individual sovereignty. And states rights was something that was deemed unconstitutional was always kind of left to the states and by the way, most European countries do not have that model. I know some Europeans and they were perplexed when they learned about America's response to COVID that it was a state by state model. You see, in Germany, if Berlin wants to do something, it impacts Bavaria as it does um, as it does Munich, one size fits all governing model. In Austria, if Vienna wants to do something, it impacts Salzburg just as much as Vienna. In Europe, the power comes from the top in America the power comes from the bottom.

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"salzburg" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

05:29 min | 8 months ago

"salzburg" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"Florist, this song red bird part two morning is the first tune out on this self titled album, which is out on double double whammy July 29th. Joan Shelley has made a new album in a time of huge life changes. It was, of course, a pandemic. The recordings were made while she was 7 months pregnant and Joan and her longtime soulmate and bandmate Nathan Salzburg got married in a county courthouse in Kentucky. Here's Joan Shelley to introduce us to the song, the spur. So the spurs a song inspired by the people in my life who kept me engaged and kept me from being apathetic and paralyzed during times when I felt threatened or despairing. And I say that in a time of environmental disasters and seemingly unsolvable problems that face our society, the spur in your side would be someone who keeps you curious and engaged, despite that gloom, people that shade you from the glare of your own bubble so you can actually see what is going on and help you let go of thoughts and beliefs that maybe went stale, you know, don't apply anymore and instead creating new ways of seeing the world and meeting the challenges that are in front of us. The song is a kind of good luck charm. I hope that, as it says in the chorus, all my friends and my enemies too, I'm with you. And that's an obvious meaning, you know, the fate of our worlds are tied and coming from that place.

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"salzburg" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

07:58 min | 9 months ago

"salzburg" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"Lead via adamus 21st minute strike, but late on. Bayern pissed in the punch, or I guess the wine, when in the 89th minute, this happened. King sequence. I died. That was the sound of a deep cross squeaking through to the king of clutch Kingsley komen. One one is how the game ended and Rory. Let's talk about our base Salzburg currently at cruising altitude for what will be their 9th straight Austrian title. The point on what I get to is, within Austria, there are often loathed more than loved in America, we know them as the testing ground for soon to be Premier League culture the year, mister Jesse marsh. And there's a nurturing nest for Medford Messi Brendan aronson, we touch upon this Salzburg team in the first episode fast vertical football at rapidly to its disciples spread far and wide across Europe early haland. Takumi minamino, the Ralph's Hasan huttle and Rangnick, but there is of course a deeper history and a tool recently the Austrian Bundesliga was a competition mainly contested by the two Viennese clubs rapid veen and Austria vene who've won the contest 32 and 24 times each respectively. Can you take us back, paint the picture of Austrian football in those more innocent days before the Red Bull takeover? Yeah, I feel as though I should probably give a mention to sturm graz as well who probably would count themselves as the third power in Austrian football, I guess. But it was Austria's never been a superpower in football. It's had some fine players, people like Tony pollster, and its clubs occasionally did okay in Europe, rapid or Austria Vienna or I think sturm were the last Austrian team before abi Salzburg to make it anywhere in the Champions League. I think they didn't make a knockout round. They made the second group phase and the glorious days of the second group phase. Finch stone grass made it through then. But it was a mid ranking nation and their teams would occasionally kind of float to the surface. And then Salzburg came along and changed everything. But the fact that you mentioned casinos really important, I think, because for all the across Germany and Austria, there is this resentment of what Red Bull have done, the fact that they've taken these historic teams and turned them into marketing enterprises. I don't remember that happening when casino Salzburg were a thing, because justino Salzburg wasn't casino isn't the Austrian fee united. Justino's a supermarket. And they changed the club's name out of sponsorship. It was exactly the same deal. I don't think from memory they changed the club's colors, which were a very fetching purple, and there's not enough teams that play in plain purple and European football. But it was exactly the same idea that they changed the name of the club, which is they wanted to advertise their supermarket, and that's fine, they're not wrong with advertising your supermarket. Back then, it didn't seem to have the same the same toxicity, the same reaction as what Red Bull have done in the last 15 years, both in Austria and Germany. It's before we even knew about sports washing for supermarkets, but the city assault known as the birthplace of boats are the composer, not the Brazilian midfielder, located at the foot of the Alps, divided by the salts at river, medieval fortress town, half destroyed by allied bombing during World War II, but intact enough to still feature an old city with beautiful baroque architecture, and on the southern border of Germany, part of a busy north south trade route. It's really a center for the exchange of ideas. As you say, it's a beautiful city. What I'm getting at, it's not exactly a bustling metropolis. A dense urban home a modern football. That is until April 6th, 2005, when the Red Bull company, which is headquartered in Salzburg, decided to branch out for motor sports and try their hand at football. And they obviously never listened to the life truth, never buy a football club where you eat because they purchase sfa Austria saltsburg and a move that was cautiously welcomed at first to clubber after all, back then on the edge of bankruptcy. But Red Bull were very crass, didn't hide their intentions. They made it clear from the off that they'd merely brought the license to the club in their minds. And Red Bull's owner Dietrich matter ships announced they planned to treat their possession as quote a club with no history, as you say. They dropped the club's traditional violet and white colors. I mean, it was all like mister burns taken over the Springfield atoms, replacing the whole team with ringers. If mister burns was real and then the vowed populist and a Red Bull strategy continued 2006, the New York metro stars became the New York Red Bulls. 2007, club Athletico bragantino in São Paulo became Red Bull Brazil and most controversially 2009, fourth division German side SSA Mark ranch stat became a club we now know well as our bay Leipzig and intercontinental football network and empire really arose a brand first equity scheme layered atop largely less successful clubs in massive markets, Rory. Pick this apart a little bit for us. Tell us, how do you understand Red Bull's motives? And their attitude about football. I think this will sound slightly simplistic, but I think the thing they are often accused of is that this is all a marketing stunt. And I think that's not actually wrong. They are doing it because they feel that being involved in football just has been involved in Formula One will ultimately raise the awareness of their brand and enable them to sell more cans of drink. That is basically the whole plan. And it's fair enough to object to that football teams are social institutions. They mean a lot to a lot of people and they have a whole history and a whole law that is kind of interwoven into their communities. And the idea of seeing one of those, as you say, having their tool has changed, their name changed, their badge changed. That's hurtful when that badge and those tallers in that name becomes an energy drink. It becomes a consumer perishable effectively. But at the same time, I think it would be one sided to present the story of the Red Bull network as a cras marketing stunt, even if that is basically what it is. Because Red Bull have had a massive impact on football, and it's remarkable really when you think that Leipzig itself was 2009 that Salzburg was four or 5 years ago. In the course of 15, 16, 17 years. They have single handedly almost created the concept of the club network, which didn't used to exist, but now is increasingly popular. So obviously we know that city football group have a network. They're currently trying to buy Atlético minero in Brazil, which I think would be their tenth team. They've got outlets in China and India and Spain and Uruguay, and of course in MLS. But it's not just city. There's a network that incorporates Barnsley and non C in France as well as various other teams. There's a network that incorporates bevern in Belgium and outro son in Spain and has a connection to Crystal Palace. There's the network that Gerard Lopez, who ran leal who we talked about in a couple of weeks ago, set up with boa vista in Portugal. There's a network that connects these are relatively niche clubs, but spezia, Sunday Easter, in Denmark and Casa pia in Portugal, there are networks all over European football. We've seen redbird the investment vehicle backed by Jerry cardinale that billionaire financier, which has a stake in Fenway sports group, they want to find clubs to buy. This is the future of football clubs being bought up and linked together to make player trade in more effective and more efficient, essentially. Red.

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"salzburg" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

07:19 min | 10 months ago

"salzburg" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Not having a goal, but no, look who they brought on late. Look, Alexis Sánchez and right, but look who Liverpool are bringing on. Liverpool just go out and buy the top one of the top prospects are one of the top players at Diaz and bring them into the site, bring them off the bench there. Not to mention it for me no, too, right? Who was like a cornerstone of one of the greatest teams in Liverpool history that is now a role. Exactly. Exactly. And so you look at that and then you look at Manchester City and Liverpool can play bad at the San Siro away from home and still win that game. And Manchester City can be four in a lot against the champions of Portugal. At halftime. The imbalance in this whole thing is growing and the Super League is upon us, and it is the primarily. It's already there. It's just in another name. And I honestly think the next iteration of a breakaway probably needs to be a movement from below. You know, I mean, these guys are already in a league of their own. Finally, JJ Red Bull Salzburg, Bayern Munich, one, one, fun game, Brendan aronson. Oh, if you were to talk to a Byron supporter right now, they would probably say boy, that guy was a he was a problem registered the assist for Salzburg's goal felt like he was a part of a lot of the action, felt some pride. JJ watching him out there. Andrew, he was absolutely brilliant and the energy in that Salzburg team that relentless running depressing. I want more. You know, it's just clauses, this guy don't. It feels as if I can't remember which defender it was for Munich on the left hand side. And it seems as if he's got plenty of time to clear this. Pops aaronson blocks it and straight away they're in. It was absolutely relentless football from Salzburg. And he was key. And by the way, there was some somebody on the Paramount coverage questioned whether that was an assist or whether he meant sorry whether he meant to play that ball into the path of the Salzburg player for the gold. He absolutely did. In fact, that little torch teased it up perfectly. It's insane to me that Thierry Henry would even question that. Really frustrating draw for them to fend off Byron. And Byron, you know, to their credit, I mean, they came at salts where they went down a goal in the 21st and then they kind of wave after wave. I mean, they were relentless in their own right the way by and R, Kingsley Coleman in particular, who wound up who went up getting the goal, he was fantastic in this game. A constant threat on the left side for Byron and they do eventually break through courtesy of Coleman. But that's, boy, that for a smaller ish club like Salzburg to fight like that against Bayern to have it only come up as a draw knowing that they got to go back to the islands arena for the second leg. That's a tough blow. It is a tough blow and I can tell you right now that losing aaronson Ali and adamo, which they invariably will know because the spotlight's on them. We already heard leads are in for aronson. That's going to happen too. So Red Bull Salzburg will have to go back to the drawing board and find those three players because from the performances that were put in tonight they're on their way Andrew. I enjoy that venue, by the way. You like that venue. Yeah, I don't know, the aesthetics of it, the noise. Yeah. You don't find it plastic or corporate or completely invented. Oh. That's not. Never mind everyone. Sorry. No emphatically. No. I'm not saying that. Look at the literature online around the Red Bull project Andrew. You're not going to be talking about the club. The setting. I don't know. I just feel like the crowd is kind of like in tight on the sides. Yeah. Soccer specific yeah. You know, the square, or the rectangular design, just looked good to me. Andrew likes squares. I was going to have to justify my opinion on something so subjective. It's fun doing this show, oftentimes. Let's see, before we move off of European club competition, JJ, I know you wanted to mention a little bit about the Europa League. Yeah, there is some what I would call sensual ties coming up tomorrow, Barcelona and Napoli. If that doesn't get you, get you excited. Classic Europa League clash. Well, it's the Maradona Derby as he graced bought teams. One with more distinction than the other, I would say, but nevertheless, it's just you look at the list of games that's at 1245 p.m. eastern tomorrow on Paramount, and you look at that one and you're like, this should not be in the Europa League. But it doesn't mean you can't enjoy it. I think that's going to be that's going to be a fun one Napoli flying high in Syria as well and Barcelona trying to continue the javi renaissance. I saw he made some comment to the effect of hearing the Champions League music made him angry. Yeah. Yeah. I'm sure. No, I'm sure it does. That's all he ever really I would have played a couple of UF cup games I suppose as a player. So I was going to say that's the only thing he ever knew, but that's not true. But yeah, it's the thing that Barcelona are synonymous with. Dartmouth. They will host Glasgow rangers. By the way, I'm sorry real quick not to, I don't mean to cut you off there. But I would say this to javi, he better he might want to take like, I'm not saying he's not. But I think Barcelona might need to take this competition seriously. Like they're right on the edge right now, like they're part of a legitimate race for top four in La Liga. And so most people would look at the Europa League, C Barcelona there and say, okay, they've got to be one of the two favorites them, or maybe Borussia Dortmund, I mean, severe always great in this competition as well. But that may be let me wind up being their root in to the Champions League next year. No, I'm sure I'm sure they're very well aware of that. By the way, I said, this is the kind of talk you get from me. The javi renaissance is not a renaissance yet. But I definitely think that that's an avenue back to where they want to be, Andrew, and like you said, things are not assured in La Liga for them. Just on Dortmund rangers, I'd forgotten this or maybe I never knew it, but I was listening to Giovanni van Bronco, the rangers manager and Gio reyna will come up against the man he was named after, which is Giovanni van brancourt, and his father, Claudia arena was, of course, teammates, and Friends with van Brock rangers in the early 2000s. I didn't know they were that good of Friends. I did not know that Gio reyna Giovanni renner was named after the Dutchman van Branco's described it as a special moment for both families to face each other and in honor to have had Reno ren of the younger named after her. That's amazing. That is cool. I don't think I knew that either. Actually, no. That's pretty.

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"salzburg" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

04:53 min | 10 months ago

"salzburg" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"To Liverpool, who toiled against Burnley in the muck and The Rain over the weekend, Klopp's man management and partners therapy abilities will be put to the test by the return of Sadio Mané and most seller from Afghan, he said this week that the training staff could tell that quote the final was still on mohs mind. That tournament means so bloody much, how both Manet and Salah will refocus remains a huge question mark. I will say the arrival of human wardrobe Lewis Diaz, registered and eligible to appear for the reds will be timely as the vice of midweek Premier League matches, mean inter will be Liverpool's third opponent in a week and following their wins against Lester and Burnley, will see just how premium the gases in their tank for this long call run on four fronts this season. A quick word on Salzburg against Bayern Munich Wednesday, 3 p.m. Eastern Time, Salzburg's Castle Rock fortress esco form propelled them through the group stages into the first ever knockout burr through an Austrian club in the modern Champions League era. When you wrote about the recently thusly Rory, you said in a piece are based saltzburg gets its wings. You said there are teams in the season's Champions League that have waited longer than Red Bull Salzburg to sit at European soccer's top table to a teams with smaller budgets. There's teams that have overcome greater obstacles, but there is no team now that will relish its place amongst the Giants and the Champions League quite so much as a perennial Austrian champions. Tell us why. I became obsessed with arbi Salzburg for a while, because they just seem to find any way possible not to get into the group stages. They've won a 103 Austrian championships in a row. So they get to qualify every year. They are in the qualification rounds and not even in the first modification. They go in lay every year. On the champion what they call the champions path, which should fast track them into the group stage. And they're well funded. They've got an entire metallurgic corporation behind them. They've got a sort of scientific backing that no other team can match. There's this secretive Red Bull laboratory where they do lots of experiments on how to make footballers pressed quicker or something that they won't let anybody in. It's all very cutting edge. They've got a great stadium. They tend to have brilliant coaches. It's all very intelligently run. And yet invariably, they would get to the final knockout round before the group stage. And they would lose and they would lose against teams that were worse than them and they would lose against teams who they'd beat and heavily in the first leg. They'd lose on penalties. They'd lose on in extra time. They'd lose to red star Belgrade, they'd just do anything they could not to get in the Champions League and it was last year that they finally made that breakthrough. And I think it's been really interesting to see since then that they've kind of grown into the competition more and more that they, in their first season when they still had Erling Haaland and tacky minimo playing for them. They gave Liverpool two really good games that drew Anfield for you all. That was the game that kind of announced Holland to the average English fan, I think, when he came on stored within about ten seconds and generally looked like a sort of gold tank, they looked like a smart intelligent team quite a lot that team now playing in England. This season they went one better. They made it through the group, quite an evenly balanced group, but a tough group severe were in it and didn't get out of it. They had a far more pedigree than RB Salzburg. And they've made it to the knockout round. They will not really be expecting to get past by a unit. I think that is a proper Derby. Salzburg's really close to Munich. That is geographically. That's definitely a Derby. There might be a border in the way, but what's a board it's just an imaginary line. Teutonic Crystal Palace bright. Yeah, it's a bit like a teutonic Crystal Palace bright. It's how I like to think about it. That's how they'll be selling it in Bavaria. Definitely. That'll be on the front page of all the papers. The thing that Red Bull Salzburg will have grown for them is a total fearlessness. They actually played by and twice last year in the Champions League. I think they lost both times, but they didn't look overall. I don't think they know how to look over it. That's not really built into the Red Bull system. Their style doesn't make allowances for that. They've got a kid playing upfront to remade who came out of Biden's academy. And he's now been pursued by basically everybody in Europe, although it looks like you'll sign for Borussia Dortmund. He is the sort of player who will relish the chance to do it against buy in. To prove a point, maybe two and it's then. They've also got a coach who's worth remembering. Matthias jaisal, who's 33. Bayern's coach, obviously, is Julian Nigel's man who's 34. He's always been seen as the kind of the standard bearer of the next generation of managers. Jaisal 33, he must think of Nigel's a really old man, which is fantastic. But he's clearly the next one off the production line. Red Bull find these churches, they develop these coaches, Marco rose, the Dortmund coach is a Red Bull graduate. There's others throughout Germany, obviously Ralph ran, it's in charge of Manchester United..

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"salzburg" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"salzburg" Discussed on ESPN FC

"An agent. Speaking about his future, when he leaves, he will go to one of the top 15 European clubs. It's not a sure thing that only this summer, maybe it will be in the one after that. All right, let's go to our erling hall and the expert. Bill were reporting one. This release course is going to be about €75 million. Ryan is saying that he might stay another year. There's absolutely no way, is there? The earling Harlan can stay at Borussia Dortmund another year, Jan. What is quite interesting done is that the CEO of team haaland Alfie hall on his dad is saying nothing. Ellen Harlan is, say, nothing. I mean, let's put that to bed. And it's also interesting to realize that last time he said four clubs, then there was some club complaining. So then it was up to 5 6 7. Now we up to 15, so we show that everybody is inside. Well, I think that we don't do anything to keep him there. They will use double his salary, maybe they will say that we have a young team you can develop here. They will say, maybe you play in whole season without to cover things. Why? Because they got 81,000 in average crowd fantastic yellow wall and everything. Maybe you want to do that. But I think that what we've seen from alien Holland since he came to Salzburg and now comes to Dortmund is always ahead of his own development. You expect him to use one to years longer at Salzburg, you expect him to take next step in one two year longer adornment. And sometimes the constants of your development is just there to be seen. And then you just need to do the consequences. Of course, Dortmund will fight very hard for him. When you see the gold shift score for Dalton throughout his career, it's unbelievable. It really is remarkable. Really, when.

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"salzburg" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

The Psych Central Show

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"salzburg" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

"Moving through the events of the day anyway and acting as if. And then countless people have come to me, you know, why can't I cry? What's going on here? Why do I feel so foggy? I want to tell anyone who's listening in the early stages of grief that to feel the fog of grief is a natural occurrence. It's normal to feel foggy. In many ways, the foggy, as you said, that's how we're supposed to feel. It almost seems disrespectful to experience joy after the loss of somebody we love. So the foggy and these are my words, please correct them if I misstating, but the foggy is a protective factor. It fits the way we're supposed to feel and well that's negative it keeps us in a place that we should not be in or that we need to move past, it's still feels right in the moment and I imagine that makes it difficult to move forward. That is a very wise perception, way to look at it. I've never really thought about it in those terms that the fog of grief prevents doy as well as feeling the gravity of the situation. But it is normal. I think some people and I would include myself in that number be like, why can't I feel the pain of this? Why can't I cry? It can be frustrating, not to feel, I did have an experience personally where that fog lifted and I felt the pain, the intense aim. It was more intense than any pain I could ever describe and then the fog descended again and in that moment I understood that it was there to protect me. It was my nervous system's way of protecting me from feeling too much. You're a big proponent of self care, but how do we incorporate that into our daily lives? Well, people tend to think that self care involves sitting on a mountaintop in some yoga position, but it's not. Self care involves how we move and groove in our day to day lives. Self care can be as simple as just taking a moment to check in and take three deep breaths. Self care involve saying, okay, like during the pandemic for me, my self care was like, okay, everybody out of the kitchen. I'm going to use this time of doing the dishes as a sort of meditation. And I would put on music with affirmations or chanting music and do the dishes and for me, what I name become self care. If I'm just grunting and groaning and doing the dishes, that's not self care. But if I name it as a time of restoring the balance of my home, I can feel good about it. And if I put on music that's pleasant, I can feel good about it. So it's really approaching my day. Approaching my day mindfully, because what I name is important, it's actively seeking out methods seeking out group that support me on my journey and also letting go of people that may not be able to meet me where I am. In the early stages of grief, I had to say no to a lot of social engagements that just didn't feel right. You mentioned being able to say no when people invite you out, especially after a terrible loss or when people are going through grief or even when people are sad and depressed, which grief loss it's a lot of emotions rolled into one, people they think that you can't be alone and they're very aggressive with their invites and more importantly than that they believe that they're right. They believe that when you say no that you're in danger being at home and they work very, very hard to get you to come with. What do you say to those well intentioned people that honestly believe that they're doing what is in their loved ones best interest, but again you're setting your boundary and saying, no, they feel that that's dangerous, and here we are at this impasse. Yeah, we all have our own dumb prints. We're all individuals and solitude is important. There's a difference between being in solitude and being alone and ruminating. Connecting with my heartbeat, my breath, you know, what's moving through me in my internal landscape and befriending whatever it is that is moving through me. I'm greeting it, the great teacher sharing Salzburg talks about greeting our sadness as if we would a friend greeting the fog as if we would have friend. The only way I can greet my feelings is if I'm present for them. You know, maybe going to out to a picnic in the park or a concert or any activity is not productive for me, but maybe joining a support group is. Maybe joining a meditation group. And we don't want to isolate too much. So I understand the concern of family and friends. We absolutely need support, but we also need time for solitude. And it really is a balancing act. None of us can get through this alone. Support is different than being dragged out to places and.

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"salzburg" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"salzburg" Discussed on ESPN FC

"One of the hottest prospects in Europe at the moment, a fantastic, right? For Red Bull Salzburg, and you look at this Don and I know this a player that you like a lot. Is incredible. Honestly, and he might not even be their best player, the three, 18 year old, two or 8 year olds and one 19 year old who played for Salzburg, they're full of energy. But this guy's starring because he's hitting the back of the net regularly. He's so consistent for a 19 year old and it might just be the form that he's in and he's riding it. But when you look at the bigger picture, and you actually watch him play, he's so intelligent on his runs are so good for a 19 year old. Gab of Barcelona got the sort of money that it would take to get out of the Emmy there in January, for example. I'm not sure. I mean, sometimes you have to kind of slightly read between the lines of this story comes from build the German paper. A lot of people were taking it as read that IDM means long-term future was as the heir to Robert Lewandowski of Bayern Munich. Well, if hypothetically, buyer and are talking to idioms people, they're seeing if there's a deal to be done in whatever else they're trying to kind of rightly so is buyer and do is big clubs do, saying, well, you know, we think he's worth this, then certainly generating interest from another European club would be a great way of maybe forcing buying to up the ante a little bit. From what we've heard from what's been reported, especially with the cumin payoff and chavy coming in and some of the contract extensions like on so far that they've worked through their budgets going to be very, very limited in January. So unless they're willing to sacrifice somebody, it's hard to see them having the funds to do that. Right. Your Barcelona in January, one position that you have to address, you feel. Okay. First of all, I don't waste my money if I'm not sure about a play. Now, if indeed, you think that this kid is the answer for you in the future, then sure. Why not? You don't really have a defined number 9, because you don't know exactly what's going to happen with set of your weight. And so therefore, maybe this is a player that you put in there. But don't go chasing it, because this is what's gotten you in trouble in the past to begin with. Because you thought that I'm going to invest in that guy and move some bad guy, invest in that guy, invest in that guy's throw money at everything and you think that that money was going to solve every single problem that you have. Build Barcelona, you want consistency. You want continuity. You want to win one game. And then we conserve ourselves about the next game. And then the next game after that, don't go try and fix any issues by throwing money at it. Because if we've learned anything from Barcelona, when they throw money at it, it does not work, and it hasn't worked for a while. So how about you just kind of sit back, see what you have? Evaluate what you have allow shavi to evaluate what he has available, and then after that, you start thinking about the summer. You start thinking about what your plans are in the future. Not try and short term fixes. Extra time will involve these three gentlemen. Don gab and alley will be here, so answer your tweets, ketchup at the heart.

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"salzburg" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"salzburg" Discussed on Ringer FC

"Bull Salzburg to one both managers looking rather dashing with their suits and white shoes. At Leo upset severe in Seville, which was actually quick shot quick shout for back in this game. And for Lucas metro, who's actually got a few goals this year, and who actually was in a tough one. He was kind of between city and Wolfsburg, Nokia sure about things. And a couple of nice finishes in recent matches. Can I see him showing up? And one quick thing as well, we didn't shout out Christopher and cuko again, who has been absolutely unbelievable for our beliefs. Made a point of that. He said, look, this is just a great player who hasn't really got the name or the hype he deserves. I think outside of the Bundesliga, I think, maybe he could do with a little bit more love. I think within the Bundesliga people really know how dangerous. No, that's true. Yeah, that's very true. That's very true. But yeah, Red Bull Salzburg, they lost to have firing profiles Wolfsburg, could start for him at Wolfsburg. And I really want him to do well because there were big question marks about him after the brayman gig. And obviously he was a brave and boy came through as a coach the second team into the first team. And it was one of those players was one of those managers where you always suspect that he would probably do better with better players. I was still a little bit unsure about the fit of balls but not super early days, two games. I actually thought maybe for fit labor keys and I've been a better shot for him initially. It's quite a solid access you're building on as well. If you add, if you basically enable the playmakers, hire a pitch and a solid base of 43 one, you can actually do something quite interesting, I think. We'll see how it works. Exactly. Wolfsburg are leveling points of little in that group. Ripples make a top and severe bomb. So the final I actually think that's one of the most intriguing groups to look at. Very much, so yeah, the final two match days. Let's wrap up on. Group F, which features your beloved Atalanta. The club you support, Manchester United? Yeah. We've seen this movie. We have. We've been there before. Like the Joker said, Musa. I think we're destined to do this forever. Oh, we are. Yeah, absolutely. The problem becomes the solution. And thus balance is restored to the universe. Yes. And so it shall be so forever and ever. Amen..

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"salzburg" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"salzburg" Discussed on Ringer FC

"I've started in that group now, so I very quickly just give a shout out to Red Bull Salzburg. You'd be both bag three one. The Amy again. Open a few minutes. Wolfsburg's run of four man is quite quite poor. The only game they have won since beating greater foot on the 11th of September was against Hamburg in a friendly 7 games without winner. Girl shy, four defeats in the last 5. And looking a little bit worrying. Salzburg our top of that group Wolfsburg bottom and severe are second, but Salzburg way out in front. Let's go to the big game. Oh boy. Oh boy, oh boy oh boy. It was very, very nearly scary season at Old Trafford. Yes, this group like only separated by three points top to bottom. United 6 young boys are three. This is a tight group. And this is Loki the best group in the competition, actually. In terms of balance, yeah, catch ups, yeah, yeah? Absolutely. Because at one point yesterday, united were bottom of the group and they ended the day at the end of the evening top, which shows you how much it can flip. You know, I wouldn't bet against that being the same situation in the final in the final round. Actually, I wouldn't be against them being that close. If it's like this on match day 6, should we do a watch along on green room? That'd be fun actually. We're both going to conference. That'd be fun. Why not, why not? Oh my goodness. Anyway, let's talk about the game. So that's like got the open air for Atlanta. Who were missing a few key personnel defensively. But I do like Zappos the right wing back. I like that a lot, you know. Why is it a player man? A lot of people just judge him on his Chelsea days, but he's a good player. Yeah, yeah. Atlanta looks fun. They looked really fun that first half. I mean, they're always they always have this like every single game with them could be AA. And they're a little bit disrespected, actually. I won't say it, but they're a little bit disrespect in terms of they just came off a four one over empire who press really, really well. You don't be able to run off your clowns. Have been troubling teams not been winning that well, but they've been causing problems. That's not to really put more at the weekend. So I thought they were just as much from that perspective. And people don't really watch them, I think sometimes underestimate they're not like they by no means easy points. And they came here and became with real purpose and even though they weren't playing at their best. Even not at their best, unfortunately, you don't have to be your best to trouble united Old Trafford these days. And full credit to united for fighting back as they did, because again, the spacing issues with them, Paul Scholes pointed us out at the end. He got a lot of criticism. Basically said, the social shot said they can play a four two four against Atalanta, which is extremely bold, if you know Atlanta play. If you play a four two four against Atalanta,.

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"salzburg" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show

The Sean Salisbury Show

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"salzburg" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show

"Talk seven ninety palm of your astros still 2017. Champs about it sean. Salzburg show us right. Now yeah this is like advocate at. Mc like this you just don't like levin pretty great all right who doesn't like them if you really wanna see beauty. Look at the bg's photos of them singing onstage. The look what a great law the ladies sisters like sleeping bag band looks like and stuff all over the place and the feather agree. This this this is this is syrup nice. Warm maple syrup voice right here lab right well. It sounds sports. Talk seven ninety talking about and friend on twitter said that willie bridges tom..

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"salzburg" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"salzburg" Discussed on Ringer FC

"Save that piece. Maybe we'll maybe. We'll i mean thanks david when he went and checked out. The car comes stuff if you haven't done it already. Caricom that u. k. Go and check out our comb. Sign up for the island stroking soon and we. We spoke about it on mondays. Pocus but yeah like hit me up was like a lot of people come through from study so thanks very much so yeah thanks to everyone. Support in that character is great and yet the the island which can caricom three and more of a conceptual multimedia experience as opposed to just a magazine is incredible. Incredible so if you haven't already kalama. Great yep carcom dot. Uk gonna check it out. I think that's what the ottoman so so we're going to do back but quickly to touch on a cup of results but maybe we don't have to go into the games but eh goals. The goals goals goals. That were goals. benfica a through to the champions league group stages which is really exciting for them. Salzburg went through the choctaw monaco. Man this is a very good thing. I think chalamila thing about this actually saying that. What's the point in going if you're going to get rid of extra if you could get rid of away. Goals was the point of doing extra time. Muslims go to penalties. That's right yeah. I guys think that's quite fair if you think that's very fair. Yeah yeah choctaw going through thanks to own goal horrifying go in hundred.

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"salzburg" Discussed on A Hot Dog Is a Sandwich

A Hot Dog Is a Sandwich

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"salzburg" Discussed on A Hot Dog Is a Sandwich

"There sweetened scrambled eggs. I don't get it well. i'm trying. I'm trying to be open. It's like you got your. If you got your paying cake with the syrup and then syrup goes up and then going underneath the yeah. He's then. I've got a sweetened. Talk men you know. It was kind of an accident so you don't have to explain it anyone when you start liking it. Yeah i could see than the maple syrup going on the eggs It's a gateway. I mean the the rudy tutti fresh and fruity platters. A gateway at all bleeds into itself. Yeah in the magritte's says it is going to be stacked and it's all going to be there But just like granular sugar. Going over it. Well what if the sweat from the eggs melt the sugar. Does that appeal to you more. I still don't think there's something different about you have the viscosity of the syrup. That some makes it work. Can we can wet your sugar a little bit. Why are you trying to make this work. I just think this is to me the most batty opinion that i love. I'm a mass so to me. This is so polar opposite. And like if i'm going to do anything i'm gonna pepper. Something like experimentally. I would be open to that so different peppers. You would experiment different. I'm a black pepper. Strawberries is really pepper on lots of things. I see what you're saying. You're going to black pepper different things as you're sort of candidates to yes. That's the way that. I'll go with putting stuff on some like a black pepper waffle kind of thing i would. I would try that. Yeah maybe we can set that up like a black pepper strawberry blackened walshaw bury black pepper white chocolate strawberry waffle. Like what it looks. Like to me to mike. It looks dirty but in a in an intentional way. Yeah salzburg got.

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"salzburg" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"salzburg" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"Some point. The enormity of his children's talent dawned on leopold. it wasn't just a father of two musical prodigies. But this was something that could open doors to royal courts all over europe in seventeen. Sixty two the wunderkind siblings performed for the emperor francis the i and empress maria theresa in vienna. This was their big debut in their first significant public performance. It took three weeks to travel from salzburg to vienna with two small children and put the family deepen dead however their performance was a smashing success. Leopold sent home the equivalent of two year salary after only a few weeks of performing in vienna with this success. They set out on a grand tour of europe visiting royal courts all over the continent at the start of the tour and seventeen sixty. Three wolfgang was seven and non role was eleven at the beginning of the tour. Non-royal often receive top billing in a letter home. Leopold wrote quote. My little girl plays the most difficult works which we have with incredible precision and so excellently. What it all amounts to is this that my little girl. Although she was only twelve years old is one of the most skillful players in europe and quote as they travelled leopold basically acted as an agent for his children. It wasn't just the royal courts in large capital cities where they performed they would also try to arrange performances in every city they visited and leopold would often put notices in local newspapers over the course of three years. The family worked their way across germany. Belgium and the netherlands with the furthest point being london on the way back home. They went through france and switzerland. During this trip wolfgang began composing furious pace including writing his first symphony at the age of eight maria. Ana often helps your little brother and writing down the music you wrote. They returned home to salzburg in seventeen sixty six and continued to make side trips to earn money including a return trip to vienna in seventeen sixty nine leopold set out again but this time he only brought wolfgang with him if maria ana had grown up in the present day she undoubtedly would have been one of the world's foremost musicians however she grew up in the eighteenth century and she was subject to the norms and the culture of that period once she reached an age where she could marry. She wasn't allowed to perform in public again. To do so would be

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The Other Mozart: Wolfgang's Sister, Maria Anna

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:16 min | 1 year ago

The Other Mozart: Wolfgang's Sister, Maria Anna

"Some point. The enormity of his children's talent dawned on leopold. it wasn't just a father of two musical prodigies. But this was something that could open doors to royal courts all over europe in seventeen. Sixty two the wunderkind siblings performed for the emperor francis the i and empress maria theresa in vienna. This was their big debut in their first significant public performance. It took three weeks to travel from salzburg to vienna with two small children and put the family deepen dead however their performance was a smashing success. Leopold sent home the equivalent of two year salary after only a few weeks of performing in vienna with this success. They set out on a grand tour of europe visiting royal courts all over the continent at the start of the tour and seventeen sixty. Three wolfgang was seven and non role was eleven at the beginning of the tour. Non-royal often receive top billing in a letter home. Leopold wrote quote. My little girl plays the most difficult works which we have with incredible precision and so excellently. What it all amounts to is this that my little girl. Although she was only twelve years old is one of the most skillful players in europe and quote as they travelled leopold basically acted as an agent for his children. It wasn't just the royal courts in large capital cities where they performed they would also try to arrange performances in every city they visited and leopold would often put notices in local newspapers over the course of three years. The family worked their way across germany. Belgium and the netherlands with the furthest point being london on the way back home. They went through france and switzerland. During this trip wolfgang began composing furious pace including writing his first symphony at the age of eight maria. Ana often helps your little brother and writing down the music you wrote. They returned home to salzburg in seventeen sixty six and continued to make side trips to earn money including a return trip to vienna in seventeen sixty nine leopold set out again but this time he only brought wolfgang with him if maria ana had grown up in the present day she undoubtedly would have been one of the world's foremost musicians however she grew up in the eighteenth century and she was subject to the norms and the culture of that period once she reached an age where she could marry. She wasn't allowed to perform in public again. To do so would be

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"salzburg" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"salzburg" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"So when i was asked by the songs the kea death folks about putting together some of these murder ballads. He was the first person that i turn to. And i asked if it was okay. If i brought him in as my partner in crime pun intended. And when we got to stagger lee Nathan was digging around his brain his archives to find the right set of words in the right intention for what we were trying to get done and he wanted to focus on the victim the plight of the victim or the mindset of the victim billy lines as opposed to the swagger of stagger stagger. Lee billy lyon. Gambling stagger lee. Throw seven. Billy swore that he through when you lose your money and own billy kane. You go with that you money and my brand. New stetson hat. Stagger lee went home fetched is forty. Says i'm going to the barroom pay that when you lose your Stan a have children. And darling loving y one of them is a boy and The girl said you may but it'll be in another. Where'd you gentlemen that you. Well what do you think of that. Staggeringly lee killed. Billy lyons had standing only gallo head have way. I twelve o'clock day killed him. They were all that seeing. Where do your money when you your money. Bonnie prince billy along with nascent. Salzburg with their version of stagger lee. Seen to the eyes of its victim. Billy.

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Will Erling Haaland leave Dortmund?

ESPN FC

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Will Erling Haaland leave Dortmund?

"We'll kick things off with a look at the spanish papers. We spent most of thursday chasing erling. Holland's father and agent around spain the duo visiting both barcelona and madrid i head of asia potential bidding war this summer course dorfman setting at the transfer fee at eight hundred eighty million euros yawn as with all things erling haaland. I feel compelled to start with you. Does this mean that early holland's from dorman did happen this summer and not next. No it won't ailing hall on team hole on and rioted exactly the same thing. When he left salzburg they started off visiting different clubs barcelona and real madrid at that time when i did this last time. He ended up jaws. Once i guess dortmund knows the drill. They have been talked. They've been told doing so. That is no problem having said that. I think this is a win win. Situation for everybody. We're in the middle of pandemic. They are put forward one hundred and safety of one hundred and eighty million euro and dorfman show last summer with sancho. They stick to their price so i think this is a win win. Check the market. They see it. Is there anybody out there. This pandemic crazy enough to to take our hundred and fifty million euro and if not he will stay indoors anyway but still timing can be discussed decisive game coming up against frankford for doping to be in top four. It's very essential game but now this is normal. This is win win on the funny thing is and i have to give you that one. That is one guy who is always picture that everybody there are photos. Yeah that's ryo la but the other guy is a friend of alpha on helps him on the finances of traveling with him and they think that's royalist to. I'm not sure if that's the best compliment in the world for that. Young from norway are interesting so yang says this doesn't necessarily signal an exit from dormant for

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Soccer Players Might Have More Emotional Outbursts With Audiences

All Things Considered

02:34 min | 2 years ago

Soccer Players Might Have More Emotional Outbursts With Audiences

"Players have had to adjust to matches without fans during this pandemic. But what impact does that have on how they play? NPR's Casey? Morale reports? Soccer matches have sounded a little quieter during the pandemic. Take this Major league soccer game from August. Orlando City midfielder Nani Moves toward goal shoots six beautifully Any scores. And while there's cheering, it's all from players. What's missing is the roar of the crowd. Meg Linnehan of the athletic attended a few of these so called ghost games in the National Women's Soccer League and says gameplay just felt different without the influence of fans when players air fighting for 50 50 ball right along the sidelines, and there's just usually there would be people right there. Yelling and trying to influence the outcome of that event. And instead, it's just kind of these two players really in their own little world and teammates yelling at them now to sports buffs who happened to be neuroscientists have taken a deeper look at whether empty stadiums influence players behaviors on the field. It was a good excuse to watch soccer and to reproach. The matches from the weekends. Michael Lightner and his colleague Fabio Richland of the University of Salzburg in Austria Rewatched 20 matches from their local team. Red Bull, Salzburg. 10 from before the pandemic, with fans and 10 from ghost games without them as they watched the catalog players, emotional behaviors, things like whether a player yelled at the ref after a call or shook his head after missing a big chance. Overall, they observed significantly fewer emotional outbursts during ghost games. Richland has a theory why the fence like an amplifier in certain situations. If there's a foul or something going on, and 20 or 30,000 people screaming, then, for sure you jump up and yell at your opponent, and you probably do this less or a little bit less if there are no fence there. In fact, the emotional outburst that did take place in Ghost games tended to be less confrontational than in games with fans in attendance. The scientists also think home field advantage could be smaller. Without those screaming fans. Here's Lightner. There seems to be something making the way teams perform significantly better without the home fence. They'll tackle that question. Next. The current work appears in the journal Humanities and Social Sciences Communications. And while they know their study just looked at one team in one league, both Lightner and Richland say they wouldn't be surprised if the same was seen in other soccer leagues around the world. Casey Morel NPR news

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Soccer Players Might Have More Emotional Outbursts With Audiences

All Things Considered

02:33 min | 2 years ago

Soccer Players Might Have More Emotional Outbursts With Audiences

"Players have had have to adjust had to adjust to matches to matches without fans without fans during this during pandemic. this pandemic. But what But impact what impact does that have does on that how have on they how play? they play? NPR's Casey? NPR's Casey? Morale reports? Morale reports? Soccer matches Soccer matches have sounded have a sounded little quieter a little quieter during the pandemic. during the pandemic. Take this Major Take this league Major soccer league game soccer from game August. from August. Orlando Orlando City midfielder City midfielder Nani Moves Nani toward Moves goal toward goal shoots shoots six six beautifully beautifully Any scores. Any scores. And while there's And cheering, while there's cheering, it's all it's from all from players. players. What's missing What's is missing the is roar the of roar the crowd. of the crowd. Meg Linnehan Meg Linnehan of the athletic of the athletic attended a attended few of these a few so of called these so called ghost games ghost games in the National in the National Women's Soccer Women's League Soccer League and says and says gameplay gameplay just felt just different felt different without the influence without the influence of fans of fans when players when air players fighting air for fighting 50 for 50 50 ball 50 right ball along right the sidelines, along the sidelines, and there's just and there's usually just usually there would be people there would be right people there. right there. Yelling Yelling and and trying trying to influence to influence the outcome the of outcome that event. of that event. And instead, And instead, it's just kind it's of just kind these of two players these two players really in really their own in little their world own little and teammates world and teammates yelling at yelling them at now them to now sports to sports buffs who buffs happened who happened to be neuroscientists to be neuroscientists have taken have a deeper taken look a deeper at look whether empty at whether stadiums empty stadiums influence influence players behaviors players behaviors on the field. on the field. It was a good It excuse was a good excuse to watch soccer to watch and soccer to and reproach. to reproach. The matches The matches from the weekends. from the weekends. Michael Lightner Michael and Lightner his and colleague his colleague Fabio Richland Fabio Richland of the University of the University of Salzburg of Salzburg in Austria in Austria Rewatched Rewatched 20 20 matches matches from their local from team. their local team. Red Bull, Salzburg. Red Bull, Salzburg. 10 from 10 before from the pandemic, before the pandemic, with fans with fans and 10 and from 10 ghost from games ghost without games them without them as they watched as they watched the catalog the catalog players, players, emotional emotional behaviors, behaviors, things like things whether like a whether player yelled a player at yelled the ref at after the ref a after call a call or shook or his head shook after his head missing after a big missing chance. a big chance. Overall, Overall, they observed they observed significantly significantly fewer fewer emotional emotional outbursts outbursts during ghost during games. ghost games. Richland has Richland a theory has why a theory why the fence the fence like like an an amplifier amplifier in certain in situations. certain situations. If there's If a there's a foul or something foul or something going on, going and on, and 20 20 or 30,000 or 30,000 people screaming, people screaming, then, for sure then, for you jump sure you up jump and yell up at and yell your at opponent, your opponent, and you probably and do you probably this less do this less or a little or bit a less little bit less if there are if no fence there are no fence there. In there. fact, In fact, the emotional the emotional outburst outburst that did that take did place take place in Ghost in Ghost games tended games tended to be less to confrontational be less confrontational than in games than in with games fans with in fans attendance. in attendance. The scientists The scientists also think also home think field home advantage field advantage could be smaller. could be smaller. Without those Without screaming those fans. screaming fans. Here's Lightner. Here's Lightner. There seems There to seems be something to be something making making the the way teams way teams perform perform significantly significantly better better without without the home the home fence. fence. They'll tackle They'll that tackle question. that question. Next. Next. The current work The current appears work in appears the journal in the Humanities journal Humanities and Social and Sciences Social Sciences Communications. Communications. And while they And know while their they know study their just study looked just at looked one at team one in team one in league, one league, both Lightner both and Lightner Richland and Richland say say they wouldn't be they surprised wouldn't be surprised if the same if was the seen same was seen in other soccer in other leagues soccer leagues around the world. around the world. Casey Morel Casey

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About Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Classics for Kids

05:18 min | 2 years ago

About Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

"Hello I'm Naomi Lewin welcome to. Classics for kids. Think of the most brilliant talented kid. You know maybe somebody in your class now imagine if that person couldn't be in class because starting at the age of five he or she was off performing for presidents, kings queens all sorts of world leaders. Well, that's what it was like to be both gung. Amadeus Mozart. Mozart was born in Salzburg Austria where his father leopold was a violinist and composer when Mozart junior was three, he climbed up to the keyboard and just started playing. That's when Mozart senior realized he had a genius on his hands. So he started the touring Mozart show he took his son both gun and his daughter Nano on the road to perform for royalty they went all over Europe. Sometimes staying away from home for years at a stretch everyone was amazed at how well the children played and especially at how well little both gone could improvise. That is makeup music on the spot using whatever tune they gave him. Votes, are composed his first piece when he was five had his first music published when he was seven and wrote his first opera at the age of twelve he was a Whiz at the keyboard and the violin most of Mozart's concertos for those instruments here for himself to play. Lose Friends with the best musicians of the day. So he wrote Concertos for their instruments to, for instance the French Horn. One friend played a newfangled instrument that Mozart. Loved the clarinet. A Concerts that he and other people put on Mozart wrote symphonies. And for celebrations he wrote serenade. When he worked for the Prince Archbishop of Salzburg the man who also employed his father Mozart composed religious music. Having, toured all over Europe as a child Mozart did not want to stay in Salzburg working for the Prince Archbishop when he grew up even though that's put his father wanted. So he moved to the big city of Vienna, which was full of music theatre and opera in Vienna Mozart married Constanza Vaber. He'd actually fallen in love with her older sister I and he tried to find steady work that he thought was worthy of how talented he was. Mozart had a hard time as an adult. He couldn't get over being a child prodigy the very talented kid back. Then grownup musicians were considered servants by the nobles who hired them, but kings and empresses had made a huge fuss over Mozart when he performed for them as a child so he didn't think of himself as a servant. He also never learned how to manage money. He couldn't resist the urge to buy new clothes or a piano or a billiard table whatever he wanted. Mozart. Died just before his thirty fifth birthday. It's amazing. How much incredibly beautiful music he wrote in such a short

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Artist Bruce Sulzberg on painting Rafael Nadal

The Tennis.com Podcast

06:36 min | 2 years ago

Artist Bruce Sulzberg on painting Rafael Nadal

"Welcome to the tennis dot. Com Pot guest. I'm one of your host. Nina Pantic joined in this episode by my co host. Irena Falconi! Hey, guys! How's it going? And we have a very interesting episode of everyone today we are with the owner artists of cells media. Fine Arts Bruce Cells Bruce Welcome thank you, thank you so much for having me. Bruce? Do you have a very interesting story? I don't think a lot of people know it has to do with Ross doll. You don't usually have artists on our show, so that's why this is very unique and special you wanNA. Tell everyone story when it comes to tennis. Even if you're not a player or coach or tournament organizer, so let's start with you know where you are in the world during this quarantine and how your life is going these days, it's been very interesting. Interesting just like I would say probably ninety nine point. Nine percent of the world is trying to figure out what the hell you're. GonNa do during his time. you know the one fortunate part about it as being an artist, I've been locked in the studio painting new paintings and working with different ideas and working with RAF and his team Carlos Costa to figure out new and inventive ways to drive in bill business and do things that we are currently not used to doing. So it's been. It's been a wild interesting two months of figuring that out. What's your interest level tenants? Do you play? How did you get into this? US Fascinating I'm actually one of those weird concoctions of I'm an artist athletes so I was a big time athlete. As a kid played eight years of Baseball's all-star in baseball play basketball. I was all star in basketball. Basketball led me. Tennis I was a basketball player. Freshmen in highschool and kind of got into. An argument with my coach basically just decided to leave basketball. And I picked up a tennis racket and I had just. It was a natural thing for me to do. And before I knew I, had a professional coach, and my coach was played played on the tour and played John McEnroe. He saw me play and before I knew I was training with some of the best players in northern, California. And so I played high school career. played college and I still train. I still training a tribe while afford the pandemic I was out there every week. just started getting back out there about a week ago when they released the courts, but tennis is definitely in. My jeans had so much, so that my son plays college tennis. I'm actually had a scholarship to Chapman University as I used to play and made teams freshman, and he's also coach now, too, so and even though he still in college, but yes, definitely in my blood and strange enough. Raw Molly the owner of art encounter. That is my distributor. It turns out the way that we got this deal with him. Was He was tennis player in his whole family's sex players, and when he saw the original painting that I did have all sprouted in hadn't seen them in years we. She just freaked out. Saying Oh my God. This is unbelievable what I told him. I have five hundred signed by the dog himself. Personally and myself and we did a whole thing back in the day. When we have this painting, he's like. Nope, that's it. We're going to do something, so it's been a very unique tennis story all the way around. I can honestly say I think it's been a while that I've actually heard someone say that. They're both an athlete an artist. When was When was the moment where you're figured out like? Wow, I actually have a knack for this whole painting thing. That was easier. I I was asking rg by the time. I was five six seven years old. My parents had me in special school. Special Art schools and You know it was something that they noticed when I was one years old that I can draw and I'd actually kept first painting I drawing than I ever did when I was one and They just knew my dad was artist. He never followed that trade. Actually went into corporate business, but my dad is very artistic used to do paintings. So I kind of had that gene in me. And I just knew at a very early age. That was what I was going to do my life. We hear so much about young athletes figuring out their skill set at a young young age at like three, four five, and to see that art is very similar as interesting for those who don't know the story Bruce is the owner of Salzburg Media Fine Arts, a broad range of professional sports team three. Of National. International athletes he got three D work of Rafa. Nadal for those are not watching this on video. It's behind him, but it's also going to be a link in our episode information. He's also got artwork of Muhammad. Ali Michael Jordan Prince. Fielder Dirk Nowitzki. Irk Nowitzki I'm not a basketball person. I'm sorry. Most importantly. It's the tennis painting that we're really here to talk about, and it's Three D. art, so I want to start with what is three art. What's the process for making an artwork like this before we get into the Roth story? This was very unique idea. That I came up with lean back in nineteen, ninety five, I was doing my very first art show at the New York our next on back in those days that was the largest art show in the world. Everything was painter of any place anywhere was there exhibiting in was at the Jacob Javits in New York City, so as massive and I back then you the jury to get in so jury to get an shared a booth with another artist, and when I was there, all brought was abstract paintings on canvas, because that's what I was painting at the Time Big Love Klee Miro. Picasso, that was kind of backroom basically, and we've been in the show for five days and insult. Damn painting and I told. My My. Fiance at the time in my mom was there with me. I gotTa Take I. Just need to go walk the show and I said. You know if I'm going to do anything in my life I've got to figure out how to do something that no one has ever done and for some reason and it's time. My Dad owned art gallery. Very very successful one back in San Francisco. East Bay and I just something popped in my head. work on glass. Just a glass on the second I got home I started Phil around layers of plexiglas and low and behold. That's how it was born I. Just we just figured out how to frame it how to do the whole thing in. One, doing where usually as an artist you paying on one level is a canvas most most of the time. You're just doing everything on that level of what I wanted to do with cigarette how to take a look at an image of a painting in break it up and put different parts of each of painting on glass, and then use spicer's to separate them, so there's space in between each layer. You get that natural three d look with no gimmicks, no anything no lighting. It's all based on different layers and different perspectives, so that's how it was born and. The risk on history.

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Revolution within the haredi sector? Ultra-orthodox women on Instagram

Correspondents Report

07:59 min | 3 years ago

Revolution within the haredi sector? Ultra-orthodox women on Instagram

"On stories featuring ultra-orthodox rallies Middle East correspondent. Eric torture has encountered quantitative aversion to the media to but one story on the unlikeliest of topics gave Eric Harley Perspective on Israel's ultra-orthodox community we were meant to be meeting at a week shop. A boutique high end classy place. For the most discerning fashion-conscious Ultra Orthodox women in Tel Aviv. Instead we were standing outside a row of dingy apartments in the ultra Orthodox neighborhood of bonaire. Brac was this the right address wrecked and dirty prams rusting bikes and scooters crowded the steps. If H Building Ultra Orthodox men watch shirts black coats and lodge black hats rushed past not looking at ABC producer who had an eye waiting on the footpath except for one man who was pushing a baby in a pram. He conspicuously moved closer to US alarmed. By these two men wearing colored clothing amidst crowds of black and white he parked himself in his placid by be nixed staring then he pushed the Pramod Fouad making him move so he could position himself directly across from me all without speaking. I might I contact wondering if he wanted to talk but he just stood at the spice between us clicking a PUMPKIN BETWEEN HIS TEETH CLICK. Click click stay. I looked at flood. Who SHRUGGED THE STANDOFF? Continued with more clicking. I didn't mind this was actually better than some of my previous interactions with ultra Orthodox men when doing a story about men resisting. Israel's conscription lows some allowed us to film in the giant Bible College while others stridently resisted my attempts to film them demonstrating on the streets while filming another story in the same ultra Orthodox neighborhood of Tel Aviv. One man tried to fight me and I hadn't even been filming him one Friday evening. Crowds of Ultra Orthodox men and children blocked dot car on Jerusalem's main highway shouting Shabbat remonstration for breaking the Sabbath by driving police in a truck barreled in scattering them like skittles before blasting the few who remained with a water cannon so by comparison one man standing uncomfortably close to us in clicking Pumpkin. Sade between his teeth was a fairly mild experience. It ended with the arrival of Mary. Bilan stylist fashion blogger and social media personality. A six foot tall colorfully dressed thirty nine year. Old Mother of five who also happens to be ultra Orthodox even though Mary carefully follows the many roles of Ultra Orthodox stress. I didn't notice she was doing sir. Married Ultra Orthodox. Women are required to cover their heads in public. But I didn't know Mary's Long Brown hair was a whig abroad. Orange jump was at odds with the normally muted tones. Worn by many ultra-orthodox women. Her long flowing skirt was so fashionable. I wasn't paying attention. To the fact that also met the strict modesty demands of the ultra Orthodox world. Mary's might a name for herself. Dressing like this in publishing pictures and videos on the social media platform instagram. She calls it modest fashion down playing. It's religious origins. She says Kate Middleton now. The Duchess of Cambridge is an exemplar of this trend which also appeals to women who are not religious modest. She tells me now. Maine's Classy a researcher of Ultra Orthodox culture at Tel Aviv. University seem at celts. Berg told me the same thing. The increased number of ultra Orthodox women in the workplace was leading to some mixing of fashion. Id's Dr Salzburg. Now Kosheh closed. She saw her ultra-orthodox colleagues wearing to work and the religious women in her workplace now being more daring with the address most of the fashion nuance was admittedly lost on me. But Mary said it's allowed religious women to express themselves while avoiding criticism from this strict communities and she showed me a remarkable example of the religious fashion business in the basement below this dingy apartment block we threaded our way past the broken prams bikes and cheap toys past giant rubbish bins in the dark recess below. The building scattering strike cats. As we walked down some steps to a small door disappointingly. There was a buzzer. Instead of a secret knock but three excited female faces appeared and the women inside lead us into a shining Lee brought space. What wools pink panels and down lights gave a glamorous look to this basement workshop and styling studio of Benign Brex most sought after week? Mike is There was six ultra-orthodox women inside busy making wigs that cost from five to thirteen thousand Australian dollars. The hair is human comes from Russia and Sri Lanka Blonde and rid of the most expensive color and h wig is made specifically for the woman ordering it. The process of making a wig for each person takes two to three months and is a creative endeavor. It's off the wigmakers. Proudly told me not just anyone can do it. In the back of the workshop individual hairs are sewn threaded onto tot black nets giving the impression of thick lush hair. That's difficult to distinguish from someone's natural growth. I didn't realize all the women were wearing weeks. So expertly with their fringes threaded and halons disguised styling in fact wigs like this guilty of bank to good some ultra orthodox rabbis who set the rules of dress and behavior for their communities have banned them saying instead that women must shave and cover their heads with scarves knitted caps. This makes the wigmakers very angry. The Torah the Jewish Bible doesn't say women must be ugly. They told me only that they must cover their heads. These women are nothing. Like what I'd been told to expect from the Ultra Orthodox Women Mary. Young and families have an average of seven kids. Women also worked to support their families while many husband studied the Torah full-time the female employment rate for Ultra Orthodox women is the same as the mainstream Israeli population. While for men. It's only fifty percent early marriage. Nd heavy burdens of child rearing and work main ultra Orthodox. Women are often portrayed as victims of a repressive religious environment. That's run by men but these brought fallacious. Women were not victims. They were successful entrepreneurs soon to move out of the basement to a biggest studio. This place was filled with laughter and smiles as we took photos and had the week making process explained to us. Men Don't normally come in here especially not foreign men. They told us so visit was unusual and exciting. In fact I realized I'd had almost no interaction at all with Ultra Orthodox women before I see them everywhere but they don't normally speak to me. The experience was so different. My many interactions with Alterra Orthodox men some have been positive but the human tendency is to remember the violent negative ones much more strongly. I wish they were more opportunities like this to say the ultra-orthodox weld in such a funny friendly way. Many Israelis resent the for their extremism reliance on government allowances and refusal to serve in the army also for opposing sicklers. Riley's non observance of religious rules such as taking public transport on the Sabbath. We'll selling non kosher food. I understand all of that living as I do in Jerusalem. Israel's most religious city but now I understand that there's a lot of progress and a lot to like about the ultra Orthodox and to appreciated adjusted to look more closely at what women were wearing

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Placido Domingo, Harassment And Salzburg Festival discussed on Glenn Beck

Glenn Beck

00:24 sec | 3 years ago

Placido Domingo, Harassment And Salzburg Festival discussed on Glenn Beck

"Legendary opera singer Placido Domingo got a standing ovation and his first performance since he was accused of sexual harassment the audience of the Salzburg Festival all three on Sunday gates a seventy eight year old baritone a standing ovation before you saying a single note the warm welcome came two weeks after nine women accused to make of sexual harassment dating back three decades the Spanish born singer also got a ten minute standing ovation after his

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Soccer: Predictions for Tops Leagues

Ringer FC

02:35 min | 4 years ago

Soccer: Predictions for Tops Leagues

"All right. I have five predictions that I would put any money on going through them. Number one, arson van Gurley, managing Real Madrid. By the end of the. Season. I love it that amazing. That was a disaster. The Lou Libre thing was a death disaster from when it started their underlying numbers really bad, doesn't seem like he's gonna last. Their vendor has talked about Real Madrid in the past. You know, who else are they gonna hire at this point. So count on that number two. Get ready for the red bull treble as I'm calling it with New York, red bulls, winning the MLS Rb Leipzig who I'm considering part of red bull, even though the club does not like to be called red bull winning the Bundesliga. And Rb Salzburg, winning Europa league. I love that one too. I know I have. I don't have the best reputation for, you know, actually carrying out the bets. But if that happens, Mike Nye or going to one shot, a tall can rebel live on air. I cannot wait for that. I'll I'll say eulogies. Number three, less surprising. Frankie diong and I ex will make a run to the Champions League, semi finals. Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, I XE champions. Are they even gonna get out of their their first in their group right now tied Byron. Wow. Okay. Semi-final they've got Totic guys. Legend. Number four. This one pains me Manchester City's gonna win the Premier League Champions League, double the seer. Bets. That's verse jinx shit. I learned from the best put the bay. From the top. City, wait till man, city wins the double not a trouble or could Rupel. I just don't think they're gonna care enough about fake up. Fair point. They are defending care about Cup champions though. Maybe they get the Jack Trevor treble with the character. Treble whomever had the FA Cup Europe or UEFA Cup and Carling Cup shrivel. That was dope. Number five, the soft treble number five. My most most bold.

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Austria urges EU to launch migrant talks with Egypt

Pacifica Evening News

00:58 sec | 4 years ago

Austria urges EU to launch migrant talks with Egypt

"Speaking after hosting talks between e you leaders in Salzburg, Austrian chancellor, Sebastian incurs, plate phrased Egypt as efficient. He said he could help ensure that as few people as possible leave north African countries for Europe purses remarks appeared on Al Jazeera Coleman. Abbots with Egypt. We have for the first time a country in North Africa. That is waiting to intensify talks with the European Union. Egypt has proven that it can be efficient since two thousand sixteen. It has managed boats that leave Egypt for your and whenever they have lived took them back. Austria currently holds the rotating presidency president Kerr's, and you council president Donald tusk visited Cairo over the weekend for talks without CC. Tigers said e leaders had reached at least partial agreement on how to proceed with regard to the issue of migrants and

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Washington Nationals trade Daniel Murphy to Chicago Cubs, Matt Adams to St. Louis Cardinals

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:20 sec | 4 years ago

Washington Nationals trade Daniel Murphy to Chicago Cubs, Matt Adams to St. Louis Cardinals

"Bloomberg daybreak. Asia it's a quarter past the hour time for a check of sports from around the world here's, Dan Schwartzman thanks Doug the first leg of the playoff round of the Champions League underway with Eindhoven getting passed up to two one Salzburg and, Red Star. Belgrade playing to a scoreless draw beacon Salonika end in a one draw Leonov. Messy, is not

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German bus knife attack leaves several wounded

The World

01:29 min | 4 years ago

German bus knife attack leaves several wounded

"Seriously ill, after coming into contact with the nerve agent Nali chalk last month has been released from hospital in southern England Nd Charley rarely is thought to have come across the remnants of the substance used. To poison of former Russian spy and his daughter in March Caroline Davis reports after nearly three weeks in hospital. Charlie Rowley was released this morning doctors described his ordeal as an appalling experience most of us could never imagine he thought of come into contact with the military grade nerve agent another Chuck threw a bottle. Which was found in the house he shared with his. Partner dawn Sturgess she died in Salzburg hospital on the eighth of July today friends met at a local pub to remember her the police in. Northern Germany say there is no. Indication the man they detained for attacking bus passengers with a knife in the city of Luebeck had been politically radicalized they say the thirty four year old man is a German citizen who lives in lubec and. The Renault signs that he was motivated by terrorism nobody was killed in the attack and the authors have not confirmed how many people were hurt Poland's lower house of parliament has. Approved further laws designed to reform the judiciary which. Opponents say will give the governing, law and Justice party, greater political control of polish courts one of the amendments will make it easier for the president to find a. Replacement for these supreme court chief Justice Malgorzata guest off whom is trying to sack others give increased power to lower court presidents recently appointed by. The minister of Justice the Senate, will vote on the amendments before.

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Investigation into deadly chemical agent widens in England

Michael Medved

01:00 min | 4 years ago

Investigation into deadly chemical agent widens in England

"At townhall dot com a woman who was poisoned by a military grade nerve agent in south west england has died police think she touched a contaminated item detectives have now begun a homicide investigation following his death as a hospital in salisbury she and her partner johnny rowley been emitted june thirty after falling ill a few miles away in ames free rarely remains in critical condition tests britain's defence research laboratory showed the two exposed to nova chuck the same type of nerve agent used to poison a former russian spy and his daughter in salzburg in march please suspect raleigh and sturgis handle discounted item from the first attack that have not determined for certain that the two cases are links charles de la desma london i hop has come clean the pancake chain has acknowledged that a name change to i hob announced last month was just a publicity stunt to promote his hamburger menu more of these stories at townhall dot com patrick fos.

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Real Madrid put one foot in Champions League final as Bayern Munich rue missed chances

BBC World Service

01:18 min | 5 years ago

Real Madrid put one foot in Champions League final as Bayern Munich rue missed chances

"British companies have pledged to reduce plastic packaging in what's been described as a world leading initiative we'll have more on that story later this half hour matthew kenyon it's all over for by munich in the champions league which not paul it's not all over until the second i give the shemi final of the european champions league has been completed on tuesday night next week however you are correct in saying that real madrid are looking the better option for going through to the final because they have that to win last night in munich munich by missed loads of chances really we're not giving up those said your punk is the man who led them to a treble of course in two thousand thirteen when you create show many chances against a team like light rail and this is also an indication that the opponent is vulnerable but you didn't take your chances europe they go anyway they are not giving up they say and incident whose team of course got a mighty fright by vendors in the previous round of this competition said we will have to fight in the second leg nothing is decided not the most entertaining game last night certainly not as entertaining as liverpool roma the night before we will see what tonight's action in the europa league brings marseille against red bull salzburg and arsenal against athlete to carry madrid also i like semifinals look at tool that in sport today at eighteen thirty gmt looking forward to that and.

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French and Riviera News Friday 13th April 2018

Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast

02:29 min | 5 years ago

French and Riviera News Friday 13th April 2018

"A day could be enough to shorten your life according to a new study it found life expectancy and a forty year old drops by about six months if they have five or six drinks a week and by one or two years for those consuming ten to eighteen glasses a week tracy parkers from the british heart foundation which funded the research what we remember our guidelines are not targets for all of us those people who drink we should be trying to stay well below that threshold of fourteen units new roles to crack down on holiday makers who pretend to be sick to get compensation will be enforced by this summer the government says it will limit legal costs editor deter the spiralling number of bogus late cases national weather cold and foggy start for most of us going to develop into a cloudy and cold in the north but brighter in the south radio sports updates billed as hundreds of trade brands in stock so coast ben fletcher good morning arsenal wilby in this morning's europa league semifinal draw but it was far from a walk in the park in moscow the ghana's came from two zero down to secure a tool drool on the nights at s k a six three win over two legs madrid red bull salzburg or marseille awaiting in the last four liverpool will find out that champions league semi final opponents at lunchtime alex marshall has become scotland's my successful commonwealth games athlete ever he won his fifth gold is part of the men's fours that took the lawn bowls final fifteen thirteen against australia is tom daley and dan goodfellow have one goal for england and the synchronized ten meters platform sites all finally cricket county championship season starts this morning essex get that title defense on the way against yorkshire at headingley that's the latest from talk sports radio fresh being queue you can get twelve liters of run sale fence life one coat for just eleven pounds precision sprayer for twenty three pounds at alum seal fence life brush but just seven pounds ninety eight so for low prices on garden project essentials you can do it when you're being cute across the uk online and on the no nonsense breakfast with julia hartley brewer on talk radio breaking news stories headline grabbing guests a shop waking up the nation with a brand new breakfast conversation queen.

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