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"samwell" Discussed on ESPN FC
"The hard work actually. And because it just happened. It was a dream. It was a turn counter for me to score in this kind of atmosphere understood your message. From everybody. My first time went in, and I think I need to be happy a little bit to this night. And I mean, there were a couple of calls as well. There were a couple of shouts where there should have been penalties are not, especially with Trump many. What did you think from what you saw? I was playing, but I didn't know if it's a car or not, but you have to decide. But when I go home, I'm going to take you a red car or you look at the bubble. For now, I just need to be happy and enjoy the winning for today. And what does a win like this do for you now for the next couple of games? Do you think top four are you happy with at least being in the top 6 in European spots? And let's give me four more if you keep winning, I think fight for the top four. This is the most important opportunity. Congratulations will let you go enjoy. Thank you so much. All right, Alexis joins us now from the Santiago Bernabeu where it looks like, are they turning the lights off behind you? Is that symbolic for the La Liga race being over? What survived there? Yes, I mean, I think everybody here who at least does support Real Madrid just wants to pack up and go home because it really was an absolutely torrid night for Real Madrid. And absolutely entertaining games, something that we did hint at. Of course, we heard from Luis Garcia and we had to give via real their respect. At the end is doing there, the way that they're playing, you know that they were going to come here. Like we said, a lot of their fans and the reports leading into this match suggested that Villarreal were definitely going to push out a massive game because they are coming off of a couple of wins. They do want to flirt with Champions League spots on a top four spot, but as you heard from samwell that they are really just happy to play European football. That is their goal, but their goal tonight was definitely to take the game to the Real Madrid and they absolutely passed with flying colors unbelievable performance there from Samuel twice. I mean, he does not do boring goals clearly. As he said, the goals were just coming. He was just clicking tonight. And before that, he gets at the end spoke to our Martin Einstein for ESPN deportes and said that he told his players to approach this game without fear. He said, look, we've played Real Madrid a million times before. We're not afraid of them. I don't care where they are right now. I don't care whether they're going through. We've been here and they approach that game perfectly, and they came out with the win. It's not easy to walk away from the Bernabeu with a winner Madrid that was fighting as well. Carlo Ancelotti. We talked about him. Of course, in the pre show before of the game and he came out and he did all of the interviews. Him alone, no players that's usually a sign here that we've learned when things have not gone well. He does protect his players. He doesn't want to put them in the firing line. So he came out and put out the brave face, but for right now, nobody's talking about Real Madrid. It really is Villarreal who fought and foster and fought and came away with the win and the respect tonight. Thank you very much. Alexis, bangers only for samwell to quiz a couple. All right, all right. Congrats in the dark. No. Definitely not. Very good. He's never called the grass if you like. You
"samwell" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Not brilliant. That being said, it wasn't the greatest ever medfield with so I sent you a floating around and done it so bias in there and maybe as player would benefit from having the experience of Tony Chris and Luca moderates beside them. I don't think there's any doubt about that. But I certainly feel that we have seen far from his best so far. And it is very limited in short time at Real Madrid, but it's a big step up. It's a big step up to go into that club and I think he's going to work to do as far as rhetoric goes, Carlo Ancelotti has been pretty clear. Hey, the league is still available to us. The league is still accessible to us. Surely now Luis, not just after this result, but seeing the lineup that enchilada put out today, the league's over, right? I think that, of course, has already had to send a message to the crowd. You can say, no, we are going for this La Liga trophy because in your Real Madrid, you have to fight for every single trophy, but the way that you just mentioned how we set up the team today with all the sick changes that the jobs league is in the midweek shows you what is looking forward to. I mean, he has to continue working. We just remember that if you are higher on the table, you get the better price at the end of the season, so that's something that take care of because you are revealing the savior you need to make a new deal for 6 years with no advantage. You want to continue. You're going to need to sign players. So you need to consider also that to try to stay as the highest of the table as possible analytically is very close if they went tomorrow and on the table for that second position. So of course you need to bring play to try to win the game. We solve it as a matter day, Rodrigo, beneath us, but definitely all those changes all those rotation is the same sending a message. We are going to focus on terms so you can see how we go through it on a Liga. Samwell,
"samwell" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"To plan, Parisians will be legally allowed to swim in the river for the first time in a century. Authorities banned it in 1923 because of high levels of pollution. Swimming at the foot of the Eiffel Tower will be very romantic. Gregoire says, before guiding time underground into the giant and decidedly unromantic rainwater storage tank, crucial to cleaning the sun. In recent years, smaller European cities like Zürich, Munich, and Copenhagen have opened urban swimming. There are also efforts underway to make swimming possible in Berlin's spree river and Amsterdam's canals, with frequent meetings among cities to discuss what is required. Yet Gregoire is keen to point out that making the sun swimmable could mean Paris becoming the world's first giant urban area to have inner city bathing. It is a dream, he says. Some believe the sense cleanup will also spur similar projects elsewhere. The Seine River is maybe the most romanticized river in history, in literature, says Dan angelescu, founder of fluid in a water monitoring tech company based in Paris and Los Angeles, which has taken daily readings of pollution levels in both cities rivers since 2016. The sun cleanup, he says, obviously has a lot of emotional impact on people and definitely acts as inspiration to others. Los Angeles, which will host the 2028 Olympics, has sent water and sanitation officials to Paris to study the sun cleanup. When asked which other major cities are watching how Paris is cleaning the seine, angelescu responds, I think everybody. But for Parisians, setting a global example may matter less than the tangible benefits of making the Sens swim able again. There are environmental advantages, officials predict the revival of fish stocks that have dwindled over the decades, as well as the restoration of river foliage, a swimmable sun could also give Parisians an escape from sweltering summer temperatures, Paris hit a record 108.6°F in 2019. Further, an economic motivation looms large, cleaning the sun was a cornerstone of Paris winning bid for the 2024 Olympics, an event that could generate up to €10.7 billion or $11.4 billion for the French economy and create 250,000 jobs, according to a 2017 study by the center for law and economics of sport or CDS at the university of limoges in west central France. The idea of cleaning up the sun is hardly new. In 1990, then Paris mayor and later French president Jacques chirac declared he would launch a major cleanup of the seine, and swim in it in three years. The idea withered over the years and chirac died in 2019, his grand ambition unfulfilled. What makes this time different is the pressing Olympic deadline. When the current mayor of Paris, Annie, presented her winning bid for the 2024 games back in 2016, she promised that the city, home to 11 million people in the greater urban area, would undergo a drastic environmental upgrade by 2024. Key to her bid was enabling Olympic athletes to swim in the river, as they did when Paris hosted its first Olympics in 1900. From 2015, we decided we were going to take advantage of the Olympic Games to considerably accelerate the vision Gregoire says. It was a really important part of the candidacy. The ten K swimming marathon, the aquatic portion of the triathlon, and one Paralympic swimming event are set to start in the seine at a venue built under the ornate 19th century Alexandre the third bridge in central Paris. The river will also be used for the marquee opening ceremony, rather than the global norm of using an Olympic Stadium, athletes will kick off the games on a flotilla of boats, sailing 6 kilometers or 3.7 miles through the city, past Paris most famous landmarks strung along the seine. We need to use its monuments, its culture, its history, Paris Olympics head tonia stange, told time in an interview last year about the significance of centering the games on the seine. Some 600,000 spectators are expected on the river banks, more than 7 times the capacity of France's biggest stadium in northeast Paris. A year after the game's end, Parisians will have access to 26 new swimming pools in the sun, expected to open by 2025, four of them in the city center. The pools will be walled off from heavy boat traffic that carries cargo, garbage, and about 7 million tourists a year. These changes represent a sharp break from all of Paris soiling its river for centuries. That includes throwing into the sun, the bodies of those killed in the 16th century religious wars between protestants and Catholics and in more recent decades, discarding TV sets, motorcycles, and other large items in the river, 360 tons of large items are hauled out of the sun every year. According to the U descent, local government on the western outskirts of Paris, but the biggest source of pollution in modern times has been the dumping of countless tons of wastewater, which includes domestic and industrial sewage into the river. Fortunately, the city says that as a result of recent infrastructure upgrades, the amount of untreated wastewater that ended up in the sun in 2022 was 90% lower than 20 years ago. Despite this progress, pollution is still a problem. Last year, 1.9 million m³ of untreated wastewater was spewed into the seine. Dumping all of this into the river, officials say, is necessary to avoid saturating Paris as sewage network and flooding the city when especially heavy rain hits. But the sun has paid the price over the years. Some 150 years ago, Napoleon's city planner, Georges ocean houseman, carried out a massive remake of Paris, putting into place infrastructure that may have been cutting edge in the 1860s, but is now largely antiquated, says samwell colony, chief engineer for major sanitation works in Paris. The houseman approach, for example, involved a combined sewer system in which waste and stormwater runoff from the streets are collected in the same network. Since the 1980s, efforts have been made to modernize, spillways have been automated and fitted with valves that has drastically cut down the amount of untreated wastewater going into the sun, but has not entirely eliminated the problem. That combination of older sewage systems and new ones plus pipes carrying everything from drinking water to fiber optic cables means there is a labyrinth of infrastructure running under Paris sidewalks and streets. Galangal calls it a little museum. Figuring out how to divert excess rainwater amid this jumbled mess so that domestic and industrial sewage is not flooded into the sun, has been the costly and complicated engineering challenge. The planned solution is centered on building the giant underground rainwater storage tank in southeastern Paris, which lies behind the cordoned off construction site near the austerlitz train station. There, a steep spiral staircase gouged into the ground, opens into a giant cavernous hole walled with cement. When time visited in early February, two earth movers were busily digging deeper and deeper. Their lights illuminating the darkness and their engines drowning out conversation. The structure is a mammoth, equivalent to roughly 20 Olympic sized swimming pools, capable of holding up to 45,000 m³, more than 10 million gallons of rainwater. Once completed by next spring, it will measure 50 meters or 164 feet wide, and 34 meters or 111.5 feet deep, and have one crucial job to hold runoff water during a rainstorm, preventing it from overwhelming the city's sanitation network, and thereby having untreated waste flow into the sun as currently happens. Once the project is completed, a tunnel will link the rainwater tank or basin as the French call it, to the bank directly across diverting it from the sewage system, from there it will be released slowly into the sewer network, then treated downstream in Paris's sewage treatment plants before finally passing into the river, all aided by the natural downhill flow. The obstacles Paris faces in transforming its river are the same in old cities elsewhere, including in America. The U.S. set a goal under the 1972 clean water act to make all rivers and lakes swimmable and fishable by 1983. Yet 40 years passed that deadline, the plan is far from complete, with some blaming outdated monitoring equipment and lacks standards. There is a reason that it's taken so long. Most of the world's largest cities were built long before modern sanitation networks were knit into urban planning. You can not put in a whole new sanitation system. It's ridiculously expensive, says Robert Trevor, a leading urban river specialist and engineering professor at Villanova university in Philadelphia. Matt city, for example, has had a plan for years to transform its section of the Delaware river and make it swimmable, much like the seine in Paris, the river cuts through the city. But decades of budget cutting and politicking have slowed progress. We have a 20 year plan and at the end of the 20 years we have another 20 year plan. Traverse as. Whether it is ever going to happen, I don't know. Looking over the engineering plans for the seine with time, he says, nothing embarrasses plan is unique, but to do it is unique. Yet cleaning the sun might not be the final challenge for Paris officials. Parisians will need to feel safe enough to swim in the 26 swimming pools along the sun that will open after the Olympics. Public confidence in the cleanup is not certain. Given years of E. coli and enterococcus bacteria in the water and the possibility that a particularly heavy rainfall could contaminate parts of the river. Last summer, hydrologists measuring fecal bacteria in the sun at the Olympics planned river venue in central Paris found that 90% of samples were already clean enough for swimming, according to city officials. The city is also hopeful that three pools built more recently along the la villette canal in eastern Paris, which opened for swimming in the summer of 2016, can help build public confidence that the seine can be safe for dips. Gregoire says the water is tested daily for bacteria. We managed to have the pools open for swimming at 95% of the time, he says. Still, when the polling agency I fought passed 1000 French people in 2021, what they thought of the seine, 70% described it negatively, with some calling it dirty, polluted, and smelly. For now, city officials are not deterred. They believe their plan will only build on the progress made in recent years to upgrade waste treatment and make the sense swimmable nearly all of the time. Our goal really a philosophy is that we have to stop polluting. It's a major global issue. Gregoire says, by making the sense swimmable, that is the best of the best
"samwell" Discussed on Cinemavino
"He had a gun and stopped him. It's like good fellows. Like, he's not a made guy. Get down, mister president. But at the end of the episode, you see them getting married anyway. And at the very back, you see that the blood cell on the ground and you'll see. I'm going to bring that up. Again, here a little bit, which I mean, I'm reminded of the iconic picture of LBJ taking the oath of office with Jackie Kennedy next time and she has it all over. She has brains on her jacket. Well, and the story behind that, she actually, they offered her a change of clothes, and she was like, no. Let them see me. Incredible. And her husband's been dead for like an hour at that point. Yeah. It's amazing. It's crazy to think about. What was going on? Jeez. So episode 5. What are you guys ratings? What are you guys giving? The fact that those are the four plot points or three plot points that we could think of. Yeah. Yeah, not a lot happens. I mean, we've got the wedding at the end. And you're right, the Damon's wife at the beginning. I was like, oh shit, new character. She seems cool. And we're out of the fucking Red Dead. Gone. Did we have any hot dragon action in this one? We had two new dragons that were flying towards the keep. I think they were the drift Mark king and queens. Like dragons. Prince and princesses. Yeah, one skirted by a boat. Yep, that's what I remember. Yeah. Yay. Yay. Try again. Boom skirting action. I guess 6. There was a sexy. No, I'll give it a 6. Yeah. I didn't hate it. It didn't feel like wasted time. But so I will say real quick. There is a theory online that or that some people are saying that this episode sort of confirms the theory that's been going around for a while is that the maesters were actively sabotaging the Targaryens, not actively sabotaging but actually trying to kill off the Targaryens or sort of diminish their line to dragons. And dragons, specifically because the maesters were opposed to magic. So the maesters will try to diminish anything magic in the sick for the sake of science. And Allison and her people are from old town who were wearing the green. Old town is the town of the Citadel. Samwell tarly went and to the big ass library and all the magnifying glasses to look at everything and to go record more info about the whites and the and to learn that the cure for grayscale is just peel it off. But yeah, so the relationship between the hightowers and old town and the Citadel and the maesters is very close. And to see sort of the relationship where some of the maesters were treating king viserys wounds and trying to cure some of the stuff and seeing not doing a great job. Not do a great job. The grand maester is just kind of yeah his understudy was like shouldn't we do this instead? And then he's like, oh, well. He's responding well to the leeches. So we'll give him the leeches more. Again, love that accent. Thank you.
"samwell" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Simple flatbreads are on the lunch menu and that means de la rosa needs to first grind rye on the bike powered mill Three a couple thrown chains later Gomez has the fine flower she needs With whole wheat flour The blue clouds made for a pretty day but suboptimal solar oven conditions The beans too needed to be finished off on the gas stove but soon enough the simple healthy delicious meal came together There's much they miss from their old lives and many things they used to take for granted require it much harder more time consuming effort especially now with young samwell The simple way of living it's not it's simple but it's not actually mean like easy Asked if they consider their project a success they say it's not an easy question to answer And maybe not even the right way to think about it For me it's like a decision daily daily decision that I say I decide to stay They try to see success in their new lifestyle day by day For here and now I'm Murphy woodhouse And thanks for listening to us on your local member station and you can keep the conversation going online email us at letters at here and now dot org You can find us on Facebook or on Twitter at here and now Robin young is at here and now Robin Scott Tom is at Tong Scott I'm at Anthony G Brooks Here and now is a production of NPR and WBUR I'm Jane clayson And I'm Anthony Brooks This is here and now Funding for here and now comes from the listeners of WBUR Boston where the program is produced and your NPR station And from indeed committed to helping businesses attract interview and higher candidates all in one place Learn more at indeed dot com slash NPR.
"samwell" Discussed on Cinemavino
"I recall. He ran a game called celebrity D&D. For him. And created a class. For him for that guy that was basically called a blood hunter, which was kind of The Witcher. And he's tweaked it since. But it's a kind of a ranger offshoot with special monster hunting. I like to think that I dabble enough in enough nerd culture that I can speak D&D. I don't necessarily participate but I can speak it. And I think you're probably the same way. There's enough crossover in the nerd universes to where we understand it. I played a lot of hours of Diablo two. And you're in there. I'm in there. It's like, I'm not going to do it. But I can ask where the shoe store is. Yeah, I can find the bathroom. I will say, I think that hopefully Vin Diesel's character gets a bonus for being around family. As long as he's around families roll a couple 20 plus in that game. Yeah. La familia. Yeah. And you know what? I wish I had kept up the celebrity and D because Joe Manganiello showed up and played. And so did the guy that played samwell tarly and give him Thrones. He also played a game. I wish I could do about imitation of him. I'm sorry. Was it? No. I just wanted to feel good about himself. Don't encourage this behavior. It's been rough after my Alec Guinness before. But what? You're out against has gotten worse. Deeper. It's better when I have Guinness. But so episode 7 you had skin bow running through doing it, dungeon crawl through a house. Episode 8, you had them fighting kind of a wizard dude and his gollums gollums. Colin. And then episode the throat getting slit. And oh, that's right. Percy's sister Cassandra had her throat slit. Good old caliph comes through in the clutch heel. To bring her back. And I don't know if that's how you should reliably heal a throat cut. That's a mud in there. It's fine. Get you sad. Yeah. It's fine. I do love groot healers in a while, though. I love a drug. I played a drew and Diablo two. Druid. Is my favorite class in D&D. I try and play them all the time. It's like you can be a healer, but then if the shit hits the fan and they start coming after you. You've got off air. Meet my dire bear for me, it was just like, oh, they have some spell casting, but they can turn into any atom. Man, I watch the shit out of some animal planet. Yes. Yeah. Here I am. And I'm milk myself. That's just a Friday night. There's an image for you all at home. And then you have episode 9, you have just a good old night of the living dead. With fucking giants. Yeah. Love it. White walkers, you know? The giant takedowns were pretty cool..
Dutch teacher goes into hiding after classroom cartoon mocking jihadists is deemed 'blasphemy' by Muslim schoolgirls and prompts online threats
"Another teacher in Europe has gone into hiding because of threats following the display of a political cartoon threats forced a teacher in the port city of Rotterdam to go into hiding after some students objected to a political cartoon displayed in his classroom. That's prime minister Mark Routes spoke Friday, hours after Rotterdam police said they arrested an 18 year old girl. But they say she's suspected of posting a message on social media that incited others to commit crimes directed at the school and teacher. Root says that teachers being threatened is absurd and we must not tolerated. The threat comes weeks after French teacher's Samwell Petit was beheaded outside his school in a Paris suburb. By a teenage refugee of Chen Arjun for showing caricatures of Mohammed Keith Peters reporting
Dutch PM Rutte condemns threats to teacher over cartoon
"Another teacher in Europe has gone into hiding because of threats following the display of a political cartoon. We get the complete report from Keith Peters Threats forced a teacher in the port city of Rotterdam to go into hiding after some students objected to a political cartoon displayed in his classroom. Dutch prime minister Mark Routes spoke Friday, hours after Rotterdam police said they arrested an 18 year old girl. But they say she's suspected of posting a message on social media that incited others to commit crimes directed at the school and teacher. Root says that teachers being threatened is absurd and we must not tolerated. The threat comes weeks after French teacher's Samwell Petit was beheaded outside his school in a Paris suburb. By a teenage refugee of Chen Arjun for showing caricatures
French Teacher’s Decapitation Investigated as Terrorist Attack
"7 35 At least 10 people are being questioned by police in Paris, France after a history teacher was brutally murdered, reportedly because he had discussed images of the Prophet Mohammad with his students as part of a lesson in freedom of expression. French police cornered the 18 year old suspect in a bitter standoff that ended in gunshots. His death, shattering the quiet calm of this suburban street, not far from the middle school where the unthinkable happened. 47 year old teacher Samwell Petit was beheaded. A victim, president Emmanuel Macron called him a victim of an