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About Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Classics for Kids

05:18 min | 5 months 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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"salzburg" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:34 min | 6 months ago

"salzburg" Discussed on KCBS All News

"It isn't But here's where Salzburg stands, head and shoulders above most of the debate these days. Is that a digging in his heels, he wrote. He had seen the evidence and it was wrong. Believe me, it wasn't being right this time That has me praising Salzburg. I got tired of the thrill of argument victory or the agony of defeat about two weeks into being married. What's important in a time where politicians refused to admit, ever getting anything wrong is that Salzburg looked at the evidence went all right. You convinced me because getting it right was more important. This sadly, is not a behavior we see much of anymore. Now it's people who disagree with us or idiots. No matter the evidence. We can't actually get away with that even his parents anymore because kids Khun Google pregnancy and say Yeah. Did you really believe that stark stuff? Because if you do, you might want to see if I resemble any of the guys in the neighborhood. Sometimes not admitting you've got it wrong is just a matter of losing a bar Bet, but sometimes these days, you can lose your life, Which is why Stephen Saltzburg may never be a politician. But he could be a pretty good example. This is Gil Gross on the CBS News Radio network. Brought to you by capital one Capital One's banking app lets you manage your money any time anywhere. This is banking reimagined. What's in your wallet, Capital One and a Hey, CBS News time to 44. Harding Park gets a thumbs up from Rory McIlroy. Kevin will have his comments and about a minute on the sports line. Did you know that every time you walk in the door of your home, you bring uninvited guests with you? I'm talking about viruses and bacteria. They hitch a ride on your phone,.

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Artist Bruce Sulzberg on painting Rafael Nadal

The Tennis.com Podcast

06:36 min | 8 months 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 | 1 year 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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"salzburg" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"salzburg" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Ten o'clock we'll be here again tomorrow and again on new year's day as will bring in twenty twenty but do you want to stay right here after ten o'clock because that then we put together talk radio seventy seven W. A. B. C. has put together a special one hour tribute to don Imus so you don't want to miss that you know maybe my wife just sent me a text and she said why didn't you bring up with any of the discussions every to or the stories were talking about was Yom Kippur okay it well here's what he did one day all right and I got wind of it that he was going to call my house on Yom Kippur okay now we're not supposed to be listening to the radio right we're not supposed to be picking up the phone we're not supposed to be doing any of that yeah so I had the radio on in my house that okay and I'm listening and he's colon okay so he calls up I don't remember exactly what I said but I it went something like hi this I don't say that life yeah I'm saying hi this is Russ Salzburg it's Yom Kippur so you should be calling the June third bad rap dumbass and I think the phone that's great that's great that's the kind of stuff man that's you know you're gonna miss you know yeah I mean you were right in the thick of it but even for listeners that's gonna be hilarious you know yet no I was really glad and when it when I reached out to Charles McCord on it on Saturday we never discussed anything I just said you know Charles you know reminisce whatever you want to talk about I was really glad he brought up that whole thing what what he said like eleven seconds all of a sudden he's good and racist and this and that again if you didn't like his humor god bless you that that's that's on you it all happened that's fair I mean that's everything some people like chocolate some people like vanilla some people like strawberry the statue what what have you but he was right there was nothing about him racist whatsoever and then listen none of this was planned and sure enough Chad sat down here are our V. P. and GM chat Lopez sat down here and he just brought it up get nothing I had no idea you know which I was going to talk about yeah now it believe me yes we are we're not pulling any punches here we had those are all genuine takes on John don Imus some he wasn't there now and it really frustrated me going on Twitter the other day and and the Huffington post ran an article saying don Imus racist radio host yeah yeah passes away or whatever and you get you know don't you know that like you said you the easier loved him or hated him but you knew who he was so AT I watched you when I will we've not left with our **** off all the Eddie Murphy on his reason yeah that's that's an alley has that's an asset out yeah and he's talking about using the phrase black **** and this and that what what is Eddie Murphy a racist don't think so no I I mean like you were as you over if you don't like it that's fine but as I said they'll never be another don Imus because there was nobody this world that we live in will never now I'll allow him to be one but there was so many other you think don Rickles could have a career now no no way to his credit don Rickles Hey an online I'm is in the same to the up until the day they passed away they stuck to their guns now yeah you're not gonna get a new don Rickles shows that Norman Lear put together with you know with all in the family could could that be done today no we don't they I mean it and in in the sense of the political climate we live in where people are offended by everything now I don't think you'd be able to get away but today as I say we are remembering don Imus we got the Mike Breen coming up in ten minutes but right now we've got.

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Placido Domingo, Harassment And Salzburg Festival discussed on Glenn Beck

Glenn Beck

00:24 sec | 1 year 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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Placido Domingo, Salzburg Festival And Harassment discussed on KNX Programming

KNX Programming

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Placido Domingo, Salzburg Festival And Harassment discussed on KNX Programming

"Placido Domingo received a standing ovation as he took the stage at the Salzburg Festival today a concerted show of support to at his first performance since nine women accused him of sexual harassment to me go as co stars all shared in the ten minutes of applause at the end of the show but is standing ovation at the start of the show was for the seventy eight year old operate legend alone dimming goes accusations have divided the opera world to U. S. opera houses immediately cancel planned appearances in European opera houses have so far confirms engagement scheduled through November of twenty twenty and what some see as an effort to slow a perceived rush to judgment in the me too

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"salzburg" Discussed on Alexa in Canada

Alexa in Canada

11:42 min | 1 year ago

"salzburg" Discussed on Alexa in Canada

"I have Bob Salzburg on the podcast again today but if you have not had a chance yet to listen to last week's episode episode eighty five I suggest you stop this and go back and listen to episode eighty five which you can find that A. L. E. X.. A in Canada handed out dot C._A.. Slash eighty five to hear all about how we came up with this idea for this skill for the flash briefing integration and all the goodness that has come from this. It's been a lot of fun so go back and listen to that before you listen to this one but if you've had a chance to listen to that then you want to listen to this one because in this one we talk a little bit more about the process a little bit more about the marketing aspects of this experience and why this would be a valuable thing potentially for marketers to reproduce and as you'll hear at the end. There's a couple of little special extra bonuses for you today. Today's the final day of the contest and Bob has a special special gift for you and I also sweeten the pot a little bit as well and we talked about that at the end so enjoy enjoy but for now. Let's get right to the podcast all right here. We are back for part number two Bob Strasburg of Voice X._p.. Bald how's it going. Oh my gosh. What a Beautiful Day? Thank you Terry. Thank you listeners. It is so cool to be here. Let's have some fun yes. Let's for for people that haven't gone back and listen to part number one yet. Just give us the give us the ten second. Maybe fifteen second introduction who you are Bob. Hey what's up everybody. This is Bob Stolberg. I'm the founder founder and C._E._O.. Of Voice X._p.. I'm also an Alexa champion. It is such a pleasure to be here with you today. Thank you awesome all right so again. If you haven't listened to part one you gotta go back and listen to that because in that episode Bob and I chat about crack the code and how it is integrated with the voice and candidate flash briefing and how we created this experience together and how basically it's been off the charts so today we want to go a little bit deeper and we want to talk a little bit about the marketing aspects of this and how this really has exemplified how you can create a marketing funnel from a voice skillet from a voice experience so bob. What do you want to start us off here? Explain a little bit about about this this funnel that created yes so what's really interesting. All the marketers out there are really familiar with would have a funnel is <hes> if you're not you need to just pause this and go to youtube and do a quick. Search marketing funnel but why this is so unique is because Terry introduced flash briefing to a marketing funnel which we'd never done before what voice X.. Piece got experience doing is using your skill in conjunction with your. I'm channel marketing to use promote a message drive people to other assets but what Terry really helped develop was a succinct voice funnel and tears you want me to go through the different layers yeah. Why don't we what are we going to go? We'll throw it back and forth here. We're going to do a fireside chat but basically let me let me start from the top and then and then and then we'll throw it over to you to explain how it goes a little deeper but so from the beginning obviously I've got this community now and I'm. I'm very thankful to all your listeners out. There wouldn't be here without you fantastic and so people are seeing the website they're interacting with the A. L. E. X. in Canada brand and really they get exposure to me the brand through social media and that's a very superficial top layer bob. Where does it go from there Kumho so top top funnel right getting tongue tied top of the funnel your community? It's social media. It's your web presence right from there. You've got a podcast as well as a flash briefing right so those are two different layers right and the difference Fritz is people out there on the web community social. They're discovering you but then they're becoming subscribers right there listening to you your fans and they're doing that through the podcast and most excitingly sleep through your flash briefing five hundred episodes lost out and just just to clarify when you're saying subscribers we're talking about subscribers to the podcast and the fuss reading not necessarily subscriber to an email list at that point right correct right yeah. These are people that are listening coming to you and that's the key thing because what marketers don't understand how to do is basically convert listeners to a list and that's at the core what this does like this. This voice funnel takes takes people out there on the web and listeners and gets you an email for marketers so it's a six layer like an anti Lada or six players preferences six late is that social and web and in community the fifth layers the podcast the fourth is the flash briefing and those are the two of the three voice components the next one the middle which is what was so pioneering was terry's crack the code skill the Alexa Skill folks and so two again what Terri did with this was he had the flash briefing he created a game of fide skill and then drove people to use that skill right so the trick here was having people engaged with flash briefing enough that they want to go and play crack the code and had to be a good enough experience that they're motivated to go in and play crack that code and some of the comments. We've gotten back about actually just playing the experience. We had somebody that said that sent me a message saying they played the CO play the game two hours straight trying to crack the code which is I haven't heard of that invoice somebody playing with a voice <hes> skill for two hours anyway once somebody cracks the code. Here's the really really cool part that we I was able to do with the voice X._p.. Platform is they enter their full number their mobile phone number so that they can get texted the information that they need to then go and. And enter the final the final contest to be eligible for the grand prizes and the interesting thing is <hes> you know we're getting towards the end of the contest here now and I can tell you that this funnel is is working and it is absolutely remarkable to see the responses and the engagement. Maybe maybe we can talk a little bit about sort of the the experiences and some of the comments that you've seen come in about the about this whole experience as well bob their particular ones that come to mind for you. I saw a couple other comments that this was just so innovative and a new way and that all marketers should adopt this. Here's another one like somebody on twitter so here's a great example of using of creativity with Alexa flash briefings and skills to significantly increase traffic. You know like that's the whole goal. It's <hes> totally it's been absolutely absolutely remarkable now. So the end of the day tier I think you really cracked the code for marketers to understand and what I think is so important. Marketer should know that this is to build a funnel like this. Each layer is really like a gear in each year asked I work with the other ones below it and the whole thing has to turn in order for it to work and that's just like what you manage to do. You know we see a lot of people copy this. That's let's just be real every good marketer steel and lawyer steals from other lawyers and marketers right. There's no shame whether they WANNA call inspiration or emulate what they're doing. Come on everybody's GonNa copy this. You know it worked yeah yeah and the thing is it takes preparation. It's I'll have to say it is it. Is You know technically in terms of creating the skill obviously that was very simple with your platform but it does take some preparation and you can see in you know hopefully listener you can see by US having this chat chat it takes a lot of thought to figure out how this is all gonna fit together and so you need a good plan I think in order to be able to do this successfully in terms of the moving pieces and what is going to be valuable to you. What's going to be valuable to your community? What's going to be a valuable able often page and all these moving parts but once you figure that out technically it's not that hard to put together and so I think that's exactly right? I think that we'll see lots of people. <hes> you know emulating this. I agree I put you you said something that rubbed me the wrong way and that was once you've figured out it's it's not that difficult actually really is and I think you don't give yourself enough credit because when I look at you know the content in all of these different layers is on point and it's so tough for people who aren't marketers to write that content and what I mean. Is You know the content on the flash briefing GETS PEOPLE'S ATTENTION. The skill gets people engaged in. It's really well written. It's got sound effects. You know it's got it's easy to understand. It's it's a simple thing and then when you go to the Alexa in Canada contest website about this stuff it is so well written like the funnel is just very well polished. It's got a timer. It's got really well well written copy. The images Scott Little sliders everything about it is just really well done and it's so tough for people to come up with that Terry. I mean that's why there's <hes> folks on Click. CLICK FUNNELS DOT com and who can build a funnel but like it takes a really good design element and you really design this. Well both on the web and for the year so it's not a do it's just you're good good at it because you're passionate about it because you've been doing it long enough consistently to be able to know how to communicate that message effectively. That's I appreciate that that's a that's a good point and you know maybe that is when you're you're. You're doing it yourself off. There's often this tendency to say. Hey this is simple. Anybody could do it and it sometimes yeah just taking person to look at what you're doing and say hey. You know what there's it's not quite that simple but oh I really appreciate that. That's an interesting perspective and let's also point out some of the other things that you've had to do to make the successful. <hes> you know once this contest launched. You've got an nurture it every day and it's not as easy as the daily flash briefing. I'm sure you'll say that was a cakewalk that just a that was that was me carving out some time to doing it but now that the contest is running you have to spend more time each day nurturing that campaign through success and it doesn't end until Tuesday Tuesday so my point is getting to the point of having the skill and the flash briefing and the funnel working was really just the start. That's because then once you've opened it up. You've got to finish it and work at every day. Measure the metrics around it and then like what are you going to do next Tuesday once it's over you know how are you going to use the data and the.

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Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"salzburg" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"Depending on what your your base level estimation human ethics might be, you know. And there are a lot of a lot of circumstances. That are probably lost a history. We do know that grave space was added premium back, then it's still a problem that local municipal organizations in the area have to worry about frankly, and people were given one grade for a few years, then move to an all purpose smaller area. But here's here's one strange thing. We may. They have lost Mozart's grave, but someone may have his skull. Is nNcholas cage. Yeah. He has it in his pyramid. It's right next to T-rex go. No. It's a okay. Let's let's get to the real thing. It's called the Salzburg Mozarteum. That's kind of cool Mozarteum Mozart stotka right in Salzburg. Yes. They were presented with this pretty morbid gift at one point. And it's supposedly Mozart skull interesting. But yeah, surely unconfirmed unconfirmed. But looking good. Yeah. Who who the? The skull belonged to someone who died in a way that's consistent with Mozart symptoms before death or those buttons. We talked about in the last episode has paid homage paying buttons. It's kind of like a thing where you could probably confirm roughly the age of the skull and how this person met their end. But don't we also not really know how Mozart die? There was no trauma to the skull or anything. It was. Yeah, he had symptoms that were me he had symptoms upon which we could build a couple of theories for death, a poison doesn't really check out and in this scenario. But here's how the story goes in. This is already sort of a legend. Allegedly aggrieved digger during the reorganization of Mozart's original grave was struck by paying of conscience and said, I you know, I can't let Mozart skull go gently into that good night, rage, rage, etc. And he took the skull. He stole it essentially scientific testing so far has not been able to confirm or deny that the skull belonged to Mozart. But in this goes back to what you were asking. No, there's evidence on the skull to determine the whomever originally was the I guess possessor of the skull who's ever skull. It was they died due to something called chronic hematoma, which would be consistent with some of Mozart's symptoms before death. He had a lot of swelling at things that looked like maybe not an infection in the kidneys. But his kidneys were we're not. Working correctly. Now. Even now there's several medical theories about the exact cause of his death. But. People who are using the skull as a basis for those theories have to admit no-one no-one is one hundred percent shirts Mozart skull yet. Yeah. Because you you'd have to have another part of the body right to test that you could confirm was to get some DNA from that. Or maybe a descendant that otherwise you're using genetic genealogy trying to maybe fit in within a family tree somewhere. Interesting. I wonder are there any descendants of Mozart alive and kicking. Are you a descendant of Mozart? Let us know. Something of the show. I it was a fake out. There might be a lot more children most art than the neuro aware just because of those wild times he was having it looks like Mozart's two surviving sons died without descendants that we know of and this is the end of Mozart story, but not our show. Stay tuned. We'll take a brief break for a word from our sponsors. This episode of stuff. They don't want you to know is brought to you by how to money, and how to money is not your typical personal finance podcast. It involves.

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Soccer: Predictions for Tops Leagues

Ringer FC

02:35 min | 2 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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"salzburg" Discussed on FT Politics

FT Politics

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"salzburg" Discussed on FT Politics

"Traditional blue collar, labour voters whilst keeping the younger more left-wing ones on side. I, the other thing find that's going to be interesting to look. Robert is who are the key figures you cut through and make news from this conference? Because that's often a measure of who's up who's down who's doing well, as you said Mr. corbin's speech on the Wednesday will no doubt be the main event as John Madonna's. Well, if he has any more. Owed economic announcements to make this loss of rumors going around. That will be something again, decisive last year. It was all about folks on the nationalization agenda, but I think you can see since we hear more from that next younger generation who came into parliament last year who often touted by Copenhagen as the future. People like Dan Kaden who's the MP for Liverpool Waverly lower Pidcock is an MP for dump. These people are seen as the next generation of socialist leadership is John McDonnell likes to call them and you can see those people really breaking through who are the interesting ones that you'll be watching out for? Well, I slightly disagree with you said, I think when we do have breaking through, you're probably into breaking through with journalists. I might just absolutely no, whether any of them are going to get any attention from the general extraordinary in figures, I think actually it's very hard for anybody other than call been and McDonnell to break through into the public consciousness of toll out of this conference. But if I was looking at people, I would be looking a little bit nearer to the top at people like Rebecca long Bailey, an Angela Ryan. You're in the shadow cabinet already and who are actually not a toll well known by the public. I know you about the future generations dented by the socialist parts of the party. But I think for members Odin remembers a lot of the movie looking at those people are near the top John McDonnell has is quite patriot pushing Rebecca long Bailey for the succession in the future. Angela Reina's looked very impressive and I mustn't thumper. He's already sort of there and thereabouts, but I think I would be focused a lot more on those people because I think you won't see if any of them can rise to the kind of national status that currently only really call been McDonnell maybe Diana, but have. I think Angela Raina is extremely impressive, and you know, education's my area. She's got this sort of impeccable very interesting compelling backstory, and she doesn't have any of that kind of Cain wa is linked to taint and she's never said anything controversial and carbonite on, for example, you know, anti semitism and she is definitely one to watch. I would say she resonates greatly what will be back next week. I'm more look at how conference went. That's it for this week's episode. Thank you very much to all my guests for joining us. In the meantime, if you enjoyed FD

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"salzburg" Discussed on FT Politics

FT Politics

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"salzburg" Discussed on FT Politics

"To be seen to be going against the will of the people from the twenty six hundred a how do you see this. Playing out. I think there's a couple of other components is most of the unions are now supportive of one I have now who've as well. So many of the polls of power in the labor party are moving behind this. I think that actually the label each position is less about a fear of defying the public and more that they think they're playing to bring down the government and the moment they don't want to be distracted from renowned the government. So they want to see chaos from the Tory side a deal rejected because they think that will lead to an election. My own instinct is that ideal being rejected is exactly the moment when the second referendum moves into reality is a real possibility as something that could happen, which is one of the things that trees amaze using quietly to try and hold back her own hardliners by saying to them. Actually, you know what? If you vote me down, we're second referendum church, you fancy that. So I think it's really an interesting bouncing ATF eleven. I don't think the Jeremy Corbyn has actually from a crude tactical point of view, forget about the rights and wrongs and morality issues. I think he's played this reasonably well. So. So far, but he is coming to a crunch point and the Elving to point out is also that the labor moderates who are essentially almost all remains. One of the reasons why they're sitting tough while they don't wanna talk about splits or leaving. The party at the moment is because they want the leverage on the late body on this issue. I think whatever happened to lay party conference, they'll likely to hang tough until after Brexit because they still think there's a chance of forcing the pace on this, how it's going to go labor conference. I don't know. It's certainly been quite common for labor conference arrangements, committees to mangle motions and pick the one that gives them the most leeway. So instead of one that binds them to supporting a second referendum, they could select one for debate that sort of gives them a nudge in that direction, but doesn't quite force them to do something everything until now Miranda has been about constructive ambiguity is what they called. That stands during last general election because essentially Jeremy Corbyn isn't interested in Brexit. He just wants to get it over and focus on the things he really cares about which is domestic perform and challenging the thatch. Trite settlement, nationalization all that sort of thing in the Middle East and the Middle East as well, which he obviously loves about, yeah, we'll it's going to be interesting to see this conference is how those tensions play out. Because as Robert said, this is coming to a crunch point and we've Emily Thorne vetoed the f. t. last week that liberal will vote against any kind of Brexit deal. The toys being boxing's Tories break. We'll meet these magical six tests. They've creators if they were ever going to be met, but I'm sure Mr. Kobo try and move away from this. And that may be some much bigger, domestic announcements they want to focus on, but will anyone be listening? Well, I think Robert is absolutely right. Well, the labor leadership won't is to bring on a general election which they think they would have a chance of winning. And so they don't want to get as they sit distracted, but a second referendum on Brexit. Lots of the CIA will be about that. But as you say, they'll want to also return people's attention to the domestic agenda, which as we know from the twenty seventeen election as laid out in the labour manifesto. Was really pretty popular with the public. And actually, I think when you look at whether going what they want this conference to be a stepping stone towards, you have to notice what John McDonnell shadow chancellor has been up to over the last few months. I mean, even this week, he's had this very successful interview with mum's net the online forum, which is a bunch of middle class chattering class voters who he seemed to utterly charm. You know, to John McDonnell sort of mission to make the labor party electable beyond the core left-wing vote seems to be going quite well..

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"salzburg" Discussed on FT Politics

FT Politics

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"salzburg" Discussed on FT Politics

"Questions to be answered will the party vote to hand more powers over to the membership about selecting or diesel electing its MP's, a move, the trade unions and other parts of its membership, forced labor to endorse a second referendum on the EU membership. But Shamsi the last few labor conferences since Jeremy Corbyn became leader or all about challenges from the moderate water, the moderates going to do all they go into break away all they go to speak up. None of those questions really stand this year because over the last year, the NEC is now fallen entirely into Jeremy. Corbin's hands is no real prospect of people like Liz candle Tacoma. The people who used to be the scent of labor party regaining power. So this once again is going to be mystical ovens conference. Yes and no. It's worth remembering, of course that the issue. Around the motorist is no longer whether they can reclaim pow, then lay potty, but whether they stay in the labour party. And it was exactly these kind of internal reforms that drove out. David Owen Shelly Williams from the labor party when they went to form the DP. So I think they're still there in the mix for the story. And the reason we know they're in the mix for the story is because the leadership is trying to work out how to balance these reforms in a way that don't lead immediately to the kind of mass de-selection. That would be the spur quite probably four a split in the party in both been very obvious in the last couple of weeks is the divergence between the leadership, Jeremy Corbyn, John McDonnell, and the momentum supporters over this issue. 'cause they want full democracy and as many rights as possible to get rid of MP's to choose the leader and so on. And the leadership now safely ensconced beginning to see the merits of centralization now that they've got all the power in their own hands. So I think the internal reform debate could be a little bit more interesting and Jeremy Corbyn. Because he is secure could actually get some setbacks on that issue in particular. Well, the green, this all comes the fact though a lot of labor MP's who still don't really accept Mr. corbin's leadership that some of them have come around to it some serve under him, an awful lot of the parliamentary labour party still don't particularly want him as prime minister as leader of the labour party. And the leadership does know the. So the question is what happens about that to those MP sort of sit on the hands, wait and hope to be a moderating force for labor government or whereas robots at this so-called democracy review. Is that going to somehow unseat them? Well, what they've decided to do most of them is actually, for example, not even to go to the labor conference this year and in our colleague, Jim pecans, big report on the labor factional splits. He has sitting in piecing were lost him. I went to my own party's conference. I was spat at why should I even turn up so innocence. The conversation over the next few days is Robert said will be partly. About them, but their voices will be absent and one voice that will be raised though in this whole debate about whether they should face automatic de-selection as the voice of the powerful union backers of the labor party. Because you've mentioned the fact that momentum, the grassroots organization wants to be able to select their own candidates to stand his MP's. But of course, the union backers of the labor party of who's had a very, very strong role in fixing the selections and getting their people in place. So again, where we might be back to the quite fun drama that we had a couple of years ago that was dubbed alien vs predator. The big powerful unions versus the grassroots new membership. I think that the other thing is just a flag up as well as the internal party democracy row which matters hugely. There's the even more important route over whether the labor party should be maneuvered into backing a second referendum on Brexit there. Again, you will see the role of momentum and trying to force the leadership's hand and how far they can. Manage to do that becoming really crucial. Potentially today's the k. and its relationship with his allies. You know, you can get really booked down in this internal party democracy stuff, but actually whether Corbin a lifelong eurosceptic can be persuaded to back calls for a second referendum on Brexit is absolutely crucial..

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"salzburg" Discussed on FT Politics

FT Politics

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"salzburg" Discussed on FT Politics

"The language of checkers doesn't necessarily talk tying towards Canada, but just folks is very much on the withdrawal part of it now and not might just about helping get something through have MP's. I think that's that's a fair assessment. I think that was one of things surprise me most about Donald tusk's language in Salzburg, because I thought, you know, the EU would try to fudge the future relationship paper with dress it up in language of seeking the most ambitious ever agreement with the country at deepen special economic partnership. And like I say, the elements have checkers could be explored and you know, all sorts of aspirated language, which would funds things enough to get over the line. Well, the fact that Donald tusk is explicitly said it will not work actually makes a little bit harder, but I think that if you if you asked me to put money on it, I still think that will be a deal in Brussels by mid-november for this reason. Philip because couple many of these negotiations as well. You have to look at where the interest lies strict way all the negotiating flimflam and the rhetoric where the interest lie. The UK wants to deal European Union wants to deal. The Irish Republic definitely needs a deal, and therefore one much it's not beyond the worst of man to come up with the deal that solves the issue of the. Northern Ireland. Porter, I think it's very unlikely given the enormously high economic and geopolitical stakes play here. The question of the Northern Ireland frontier will scotch the whole thing. Now it could be wrong people in these negotiations miscalculate and they on Sunday politics, extremely well. But I think in the end they will be a deal, mid November. And as you say, some sort of fudging the future relationship just enough to get enough people in the division lobbies now succumbs to get this over the line. I think that is the probability, although I'm not quite as confident as George, that it will happen. The problem with it is that it will solve nothing and simply create another cliff edge twenty months off the March two thousand nineteen. Because if we have a fudged blind Brexit, then we're going to have to go through this again and we know that twenty months, the so-called transition period isn't gonna be enough. So if you're working in business or finance or trying to plan your career, you face another period up to the end of twenty twenty when everything is uncertain. So I would just put one more thing into the mix which is the possibility that at some point, everyone coalitions around the idea of staying in the European economic area. The so-called Norway option for perhaps, say a five year limit. It'd period. That's something that Michael Govan. Some people have been talking about simply because we already aligned to where the EA's out now so you can see the route that would go down to take us there. But as Mrs Maes said at Downing Street today does create some very big political problems in terms of borders, laws and money, which were the tenants of the referendum. We've got huge, political and economic problems. Whatever happens in the next six months year-old. So Brexit was a bad decision and we are good face the consequences of it. So there is no easy way out of this. And finally, George, the last things to come back to your thing about the public -bility that being a deal. When you watch the rhetoric of Salzburg, yesterday in the EU leaders, speaking in the rhetoric of MRs may inside Downing Street. I should say where she was. You know, the British bulldog was on full display for everyone to see with rousing rhetoric. You can't see how both sides continue to miss read each other on this. That MRs may has said very. Clearly she will not accept a backstop, which I think was already agreed in the joint agreement last December, but she says she will now not accept it. If it ends up spitting up the UK on the e side, they've got their lose their club as well. She can't see that if nobody really moves of no one really budgets, there is a risk of people have put it sleepwalking towards a no deal that sunny true. The one caveat on that though, is that if we do, I was walking towards the cliff. What will parliament to? I think parliament will stand. I keep by well person inflict serious economic self home, and I think parliament will stop that happening..

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"salzburg" Discussed on FT Politics

FT Politics

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"salzburg" Discussed on FT Politics

"So I think this is a moment of truth. It's a bit early. It's a bit awkward, but it was always unavoidable, said George, that aside. Yeah, it is Sydney ramping up. The pressure on MRs may at home. We've seen typically, Jacob. Frey. Small has popped up this afternoon and said, this is more reasons why she needs to Chuck check as and move towards the kind of option. This is where you find this sort of strange unity between Michelle Bagna on the hard Brexit as because the heartbreak says, want a loose trading relationship, although they don't quite have any answers on how to deal with island. I'm Michelle. Bonnier has taken his Phillips said this poach of you're in the club or out the club. So where does this leave the prime minister now spicy a difficult two weeks that was shouted, one thousand, very Tory conservative party conference. And I agree with it at this moment was always going to come this moment of crisis, this darkest hours on the Australian presidentship coded. But the expectation was that would happen in the mid October council rather than before the Tory conference. And this is what I think will happen. Salzburg is played in domestic politics because it's made threes a week at a time when she ready needed to be strong, and that. Makes it harder for to engineer. The kind of compromises were saying earlier that she needs to do. She will come under pressure of the Tory conference. Now, as you say from the eurosceptic Saint check as his dad and that will follow the logic of Michel bundy's, famous staff slide that you fit was referring to. That kind of is the only thing that's compatible with Theresa May's red lines, simple kinds of style trade deal. The problem with it, of course is that's an economic problem, which it creates friction. The border disrupts just in time supply chains and all the rest of it. And of course it doesn't solve the issue of borderless frontier in Northern Ireland, northern the Republic. Those are the two problems with it. The only thing I think is the political problem of moving. So it kind of stole solution, which is now the Theresa May sets out checkers plan, which is essentially a softer vision of Brexit. If she knows decides. Right. Well, that didn't work. The next best option is to go down through application by Boris Johnson, and Jacob re smoke. Then some the opened up in telling you kind of worms because Parliament, I suspect we'll not vote for a version of. Brexit, which is more tilted towards Jacob, be smoking police children's center away from the approach, the Theresa May's already, particularly. So we haven't heard very much from the pro-european conservatives recently for good reason. They think the arguments been going in that direction. You'll suddenly here a lot more from the mysteries of may start talking tool, three smoking post Johnson. That she's been trying to pull off and we've all focused, I think, calm the eurosceptics, but there are there is a pep zero. The smaller band of very committed pro-europeans in the conservative party who have their own red line. Now, I'm not sure where that red line is precisely. I think if this is now redeemable, it's redeemable only if they can find an agreement on Ireland and they can agree a political statement about the future relationship, which includes quite a lot about checkers except the single market stuff and enough to persuade the pro Europeans that it it will be more than a barebones Canada style trade agreement. This comes to the point now, George, which is that all the talk in recent weeks is all about the withdrawal agreement, and that's where the talks are hinged on. Uncanny come to a conclusion on the Irish border because the future relationship, which is this is checkers, Canada or Norway. That's all going to be kicked into after March twenty. Nine hundred eighty one, three left. Nobody seriously talking about those in the negotiations. Now in this being this development of a content which our colleague, James blitz and others have written about which is a blind Brexit, which essentially we hand over the money. We agree the transition, but we have very little specifics on what comes on the other side. The advantage of that is that you can sort of fudge it enough to get it through the house of Commons. So really you can see away how to ease drops..

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"salzburg" Discussed on FT Politics

FT Politics

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"salzburg" Discussed on FT Politics

"The Irish prime minister has never been particularly good when Bodley role in the morning. Thursday Treasa may said that no deal on the Irish voted would be possible before the next European Council meeting tell you by the didn't like nights and reports that straight back to the European Council. And in the end, I think that was a general view that's Theresa May needs to be backing up oaks Stevens as Vitas of you'll. The support and we will always going to reach the negotiation. There was always going to be some kind of stunt often you've with consistently about e was put forward these two very clear options remaining in the single market and some form of custody union. The so-called no way option and Canada having allusive free trading relationship, but that's going to mean some kind of border. They've been very clear from the start. These are the options tweet. Somme has not particularly listened to that has pushed ahead of the checkers, and there was always going to come when they were to hang on. Fish is not going to fly. Yes, I think the British negotiating strategy so far as to sort of put by the moment when these choices absolutely crystallized now on it know exactly what, what Roman Salzburg and clearly something did. I got a text from someone fairly senior in in the British government, let's say said we always knew they were going to say these things. They just weren't supposed to say them. In Salzburg, but Mr. body has been very clear right from the beginning, he produced a very useful table of options for for Britain, weather, slide elements, light, which said, if you'll prepared to do this, you can get this. If you'll repent do this, you can get this. It was very clear and I can't rather puzzled. I mean, even the softer noon in Downing Street MRs may was saying they can't reject tower options without explaining why. Well, they've been explaining for two years now that if you want to be in the single market for goods or for services or whatever, you have to take the whole package. So it was never going to run beside did that. We could be in the single market for Goodson agriculture, but outside for everything else. So I think it's unfortunate, but this was a choice that was gained to crystallize. I think it's not irredeemable, but I think it was Mr. macro might understanding who decided look. We can't keep playing these games. We have to some point, be absolutely clear. And if MRs may won't accept our private insistence that the single Mark is indivisible. We have to put that publicly on the table and over your many years of covering and writing about these summits that always full of high-drama and some people playing good cop and some people playing bad cop. So we've just seen the bad cop approach. One assumes at some point in the next couple of weeks, we'll see the good cop emerging trying to give more positive language. But as I said, this was always going to be expected. I think so. I think there's been a bit a little bit of media hyperbole as well. I think most tweeted out a picture of a cake and remote that they weren't any cherries. I don't think that was a sort of vindictive act to something deliberately to design to mock MRs may. I think it was a bit thoughtless. So I think there's been a little bit of, you know, humiliation headlines. Perhaps been overdone, but Britain does face this very, very important choice about if it wants to remain close to the EU in economic terms and trade and investment terms to continue to get those benefits. It has to accept the Oba Gatien's. And the other point here and this is where I think the British often forget these other countries have politics to these countries have European elections next year in which they will face populist parties suggesting that perhaps they too could opt out of the EU if they were to give Britain, they were allowed to bend all the rules out of shape. You know, what would stop the Italian say, well, we'd quite like to be out of the single market for this, but in it for that..

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"salzburg" Discussed on FT Politics

FT Politics

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"salzburg" Discussed on FT Politics

"Welcome to politics, a weekly discussion on what's happening in Westminster. From the financial times. I'm Sebastian pain in this episode will be discussing the Salzburg's summit and the full out for Brexit plus what's lookout full at the labour party conference next week. I'm delighted to be joined by all political editor, George, polka columnist Philip Stevens invoke extremely plus Steph opinion as Miranda green. Thank you for joining. And if you like this episode of f. t. politics don't forget to subscribe to all the usual channels to receive it. Every Saturday morning, the southbound Simic was supposed to be a breakthrough moment for Theresa May where the off offered a steppingstone toward sealing with Dula deal in October or possibly November. But for the prime minister, it didn't quite go to plan. She was Tursi buke by Donald tusk presents the European Council who would checked it her check as proposals at inverse sponsor MRs may stood outside downing to say she will not be bullied. Lead and the two off the shelf options for Brexit simply would not work. And so once again, the Tokes at an impasse George pocket, you've been jetting around the world. You'll back in London. After being at the summit, gives you a summary on what happened and wanted unexpected, and where we all are. Well, it was unexpected with reasonably, that's for sure she'd stayed behind the salt specs summits, have a press conference at the end unusually she was hoping to use that as a platform to move onto the next stage of the negotiations until type the you can Cleveland go. Nations and help us through the difficult conservative policy conference which starts at the end of September instead of which the whole plan started unraveling the moment that will speak way basically said that the plan that she'd unveiled the check plan wouldn't work and t- respects basically mocking on social media. And essentially saying she only has four or five weeks to engineer at breakthrough on the big outstanding issue of the Irish for the question. So this as a bit of a surprise I'm on, it's true that the things that the EU leaders including Donald just say, well, not new, though they don't like important parts of the check his plan. It wasn't how it was supposed to pan out because all of the signals from Brussels to London had been, there's some it was supposed to be helpful. Let's reason that she wants threes mates being in a strong position politically in the UK so that should be able to deliver the compromises necessary to get Brexit deal out the end of the process instead of which trees makes sense of Britain's headlines shouting about the humiliation insult spec, and basically hunting huge sticks to the eurosceptics. Piece of with the story from. So what do you think went loan here that obviously shed those this briefing from Downing Street about this being a stepping stone about the womb woods coming from e you leaders something must have gone awry in the hope hostess. Yeah. I mean, it was. It wasn't just the people were misled over in Britain, onyx, talking my call Brussels picking up the same thing. This was supposed to be a constructive and helpful summit, but Theresa May says, good question. What went wrong. I think in loss of the mood music from the precise was very unhelpful before the summit. For example, microgravity environment, secretary suggesting that check is a useful starting point, but future British Prime minister would try and travel the future relationship with the e u there was a room and looking around on the day of the conference that Liam Fox opened the doors American food imports of the currently banned in the EU. There was a specific point that Theresa May has. Basically, I think part of the most important thing when since the European Council saying basically it was her check his plan on nothing else, and that was an idea. She ought succeeded at an uncle in develop. Which she on helpfully, started reading out of the conference dinner. That was mackerel. Who was fed up with that? He wasn't being straight with Theresa May about the acceptability of the checks plan. I don't think finally relationship with live Radka..

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Austria urges EU to launch migrant talks with Egypt

Pacifica Evening News

00:58 sec | 2 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 | 2 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 | 2 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 | 2 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 | 2 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 | 3 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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"salzburg" Discussed on Classics for Kids

Classics for Kids

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"salzburg" Discussed on Classics for Kids

"When he worked for the prince archbishop of salzburg the man who also implied 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 what 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 a hard time as an adult he couldn't get over being a child prodigy a very talented kid back then grownup musicians were considered servants by the nobles who hired them but kings ampara says 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 pano or a billiard table whatever he wanted.

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"salzburg" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"salzburg" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"To have you with us on am 970 the answer frank he his ear albert gene therapies year you very humble ready for its time players in it here we could up you can't make the news every of looking at that those you can't pick it up you'd off hick achievable the way that this no my lap votes tony your residuals for this under rick light on the show sam nunn burglar salzburg dav ilkun i gotta tell you this is one of those mornings were a look at all the news that unfolded over the weekend the way afraican i always talk about it when we come in in the more you can't make it up and i just posed it's the you can't make it of news show right here with triple the body ages just like one weekend one weekend is it the five boroughs last week i said know talking about who we could put on the show that just have some fun people joke i dho everybody asks cycle chart gerald talked to frankie five boroughs eh youyou'll you come on our show and i go frankie when will put this person on an entertainment person or somebody has a special nonprofit one is a slow news day a freaky says joe under donald j trump there is never one slow newsday back and i love every bit it other all you gave make it up they have way this morning great to have you with us on this monday here it is january eighth ready nineteen degrees we have a heatwave in new york or feels good i'm walking down the street it wasn't like it wasn't to do it was eerily rohit home yesterday are you kidding me these he between peta does zero i woke up at zero degrees yesterday at home so much going on way too we start twenty tonight backtracked the weekend because the book thing was so big i will talk about the golden globes a great job set meyer that i thought set a great job and i don't know kinda nauseating to watch.

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"salzburg" Discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"salzburg" Discussed on MarketFoolery

"What else you got uh so so were ceo of the air or sea of the year with honorable mention to evans spiegel of snap who had a tough year but remains in his job jess so can he can win that's a that's kind of a philosophical question flick episodes at i haven't looked to see if anyone else has had i'm sure there are coloniser had the outlook orasje of the year but that's i think that i'm not sure where it come down on that like you have your the worst ceo the year and you're still in your job i don't know what i think you i give him the award for worse ceo who still in his yacht okay yeah so so the next three are all out of a job one honorable mention would have gotten it if he'd been sea of a public company travs kauona but lubar remains private talk about a tough year and poorly poorly and death yes and then steve els your favorite ceo also now gone from troy after mishandling what now seems like a never ending crisis gone from the ceo but not done from the board and probably still cashing checks very very hefty checks so it was a tough field but i think the and i mentioned the company before matt salzburg from blue apron who led a failed ipo that just railroaded off into a ditch and then was asked at a ceo after just five months being public it really h and that's the goal that slow class and i posted this question on twitter think blue apron had been public for i think it had been less than a month maybe it was just over a month and i and it was uh you know uh either some bad news it was yet another j early in blue apron's public life that the stock was down double digits and i posted the question on twitter and i wasn't being snarky i'm genuinely curious about this what is the fastest a company has gone from ipo to being gone to being no longer public and that's either you've you've gone bankrupt you've been you've been taken private i dunno yeah blue.

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"salzburg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"salzburg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Or a thanksgiving you know offering here have have some you know armageddon food right although i will say that you know i had you are she visited write a factory in salzburg to you saw the food made you tasted walk us through that a little bit the factory looks like a pretty standard factory i mean it's kind of a warehouse environment and there are all these different rooms and each room is producing a certain product so i went to the chicken pot pie room and there was this giant that of what i can only describe as sort of cable giants tiny freeze dried vegetables all of them had this sort of pallid color and yes i began this feel like i was going into some kind of apocalyptic scenario you know where like all the food is indistinguishable from the other and it looks you know essentially like eating you know stabbed or something very unappetising but the this sort of of food slows down into a conveyor belt and it gets portion now blasted with a sort of powder that's flavored with different garlic chicken eccentric kind of powdered flavors and then it gets packaged in a mile mylar bag and with a oxygen of absorbing pa the end and then it's it's you know light resistant it's water resistant and and and it doesn't look very appetizing and i will say i i i just try to the pieces this sort of willy wonka environment because all workers are raring you know suited head to toe in these white sort of lab coats and.

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"salzburg" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"salzburg" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Um i try your on first couple of days i had problems thinking about embarrassed is going to lead because you know we be river uh responsible for for about one hundred two people that work for us that's a a mental i meant the uh uh yeah that's that's a hard thing to deal with and um but i'm hanging in there so um i'm i'm uh i'm hang in there so if i uh i tried to go up the keep focus by by uh by working and then trying to help out people i really appreciate you sounds in time to talk to us thank you so much okay good talking to your girl take care okay by gordon snow is the managing editor of the daily herald we reached him in salzburg saint martin later on in the program we will hear from a meteorologist who weathered the storm in key west late last month a group of on contacted indigenous tribe members in brazil were searching for food near a river bank they had the misfortune to bump into a group of gold miners and what happened next is now the subject of a federal investigation in brazil according to finance guy the brazilian agency the protects on contacted two tribes the miners killed several tribe members and stole their belongings the investigation was first publicized by the ngo survival and jonathan mozelle were is groups media director we reached mr ms hour in oxford england.

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"salzburg" Discussed on The Upgrade by Lifehacker

The Upgrade by Lifehacker

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"salzburg" Discussed on The Upgrade by Lifehacker

"We laugh but there is some utility to being a good storyteller in any part of our lives rate how does being a good storyteller help people who aren't necessarily going on stage at the moss um you say a quick it as a buzzword like just two fatty things one is we had like an institutional melt out a few years ago when one of our board members met to this advertising conference and the head of the weather channel got up and said or really trying to do is tell the story of the way of the weather for god's saying was like this law million respond email of their border be like we have to make sure that we're like not in his guys because it all of a sudden if you're a and you're gonna be out and how do we make sure where to our did you i also just have this dream panel and it would be me and sharon salzburg by now you've had your show debate in which it term has become overuse mindfulness or storytelling i actually toll finally got to tell her this the other day i saw her and she was like i would when there was like i knew that you would mind on this but storytelling i think lusaka but that being said i think be able to communicate an idea clearly it i think it's really easy for people to remember things when they are told in story for is dry facts you remember that story and so a point can be made so much better even in a little short story i also think that if you're telling a genuine story that really comes from your heart is true to you the you're going to read as more genuine and people are gonna have an easier time connecting with you and if they can connect with you they are going to be able to connect with what's important to you and what you're trying to convey even if what you're trying to convey is that exactly a part of the story you told so there's a way when people come out in they're doing corporate speaking if they can bring something a little personal to it they'll try the audience then and then they'll have them even as they're talking them through the other things that they're saying that might not be as narrative moon.

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