18 Burst results for "Sir Mark"

"sir mark" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

06:31 min | Last month

"sir mark" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"But that just went to a completely different level at Paris longchamp. So to take you back there again, again, awful weather, it's a special moment for you. But having the love of the crowd and of your peers and other people within the industry. What does that mean to you to have so many people just loving the fact that you've trained this horse to perfection and have won the world's most prestigious race? Well, I was surprised how it affected me. I have to say that I never occurred to me that there would be such a reception for her and of course Luke, you know, a jockey who's more famed for the number of rides he has rather than the big race rides and for mister rousing, who's the sort of complete bloodstock professional and breeder, so it was, I think, all of us were very touched by it. And we clambered into a taxi and soaked a marrow. And some of the crowd applauded as the taxi drove away and I said to miss rising, it feels like the king and the queen leave in this place, you know, it was simply simply wonderful. Certainly one, you know, you can't exaggerate what a great feeling it was. I hope you gave the royal wave. I think we were too strong. The taxi driver was amazed anyway. He couldn't leave what was happening. But it was a great day. You need to work on that royal wave now for future engagements. Just a little twirl, just a little twirl at the hand. You've mentioned Luke a few times and indeed I have as well. He's been with you for 11 years, and he gave her an absolute blockbuster ride. It was a peach variety. Yes, he did. The relationship of the dynamic that you both have. Can you tell me a little bit more about that? I don't know, really. I've only tried 53 or 54 years, whichever way you look at it and I've only had three jockeys. I had George duffield for 31 years. And then said, Sanders and now Luke, so I've only ever had three jockeys. Which considering how grumpy I am is a remarkable reflection really on there. On that stamina. And I've managed to really enjoy having a stable jockey. I think it's a great advantage. You know one another he knows the horses. You know, Luke's a tremendous professional and nobody has more rides than him. He's a very good judge of the form book. He's a very astute tactician. He's fearless. I've never seen him afraid of anything. He's punctual, clean and tidy. He's very ugly and a finish, and that's the one thing I've never been able to tidy up. Yeah, he's not the most stylish. No, no, no, Canada geese trying to take off on a frozen Lake, but it's effective. It's effective. And the horses respond very well. I think, you know, it looks so untidy and you're always worried that the horse is, you know, it may be hard on them, but we do have perhaps as many sort of multiple winners as most yards and they don't do that if the jockey isn't looking after them. So it's entirely it's just entirely what it looks like. And I just can't tidy that up. But maybe that's a good thing he'd have been he'd have been in one of the very big stables by now otherwise. It's worked out beautifully for both of you. But not only though, is it highly effective. And you've explored the virtues on as well. He is an incredibly intelligent jockey. He knows where to position a horse at the right time. And to get the very best results. And I'm delighted for him, because even just listening to some of the coverage in the build up, oh, he was at Wolverhampton last night. Well, so were loads of other jockeys. What does it matter where he was riding the day before? I was very keen for him to go to Wolverhampton on Saturday night because I think it's a great thing if you're a tough professional, you don't have all that many days when your fate riding a favorite for the ark and there's nothing better than to be in your routine and busy and go ride it and they ride it really well. You make too big an event of things that often works the other way. That was good advice, very good advice. You hadn't traveled for a previous for her previous group on wins, which I was amazed, but I'd be taking every gravy train trip going. But I'm told this was a pretty eventful journey. Terrible, yes, poem is rising at harder planes for the great day and the first plane wouldn't start and then we had to go from stansted to Luton and then we got the plane and it landed and of course the customs and the police who were there to meet you. They were there to meet the first plane, but not the second, so we got more and more delay. And then Luke and I walked the course and got to the man and a half start in my very best group ones here to reign poor down. So it had all the makings of what the French call a catastroph. And I thought she wanted faster ground as well. So torrents of rain fell. And all of a sudden she won and who gave a damn. And on ground that I wouldn't have thought she would have liked either, but she absolutely sailed through it. Will there be another group one run this season? Could Japan possibly be? Well, there might be this season, but she'll be retired at the end of the season. I think mister housing, who's a breeder throwing through, can't wait to see her in the paddock outside the house. And you can imagine that, aren't you? Oh, absolutely. Created. You created your dream. You want to see it, don't you? And but she's in she's in the Japan cup. And that's still a possibility. And would you be tempted for the trip over far east yourself? Yes, because she's won me up. If

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"sir mark" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

07:06 min | Last month

"sir mark" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"Delighted to say that I am joined by the legend and now arc winning trainer sir Mark Prescott. A week and a half after the big day at Paris long, so Mark, welcome to racing live on talk sport two. Thank you very much for having me. I'm very very pleased to be on. Thank you. It's great to have your company. Take me back to that afternoon and parry long sharp with The Rain absolutely pelting down, but none of that mattered. When she crossed the line, what was that feeling like? Marvelous, I have to say it was a wonderful, wonderful day. And I can't believe how much I enjoyed it. And I can't believe what a wonderful reception, the horse got it, France, and I talked back in the evening and I just couldn't believe she won so easily. And I'd also got kissed by two of the leading trainers in France, Monsieur rouge and M fab, that must be at a unique occasion. To have both of them coming up to you. Last week, that must be a unique occasion. No English training can possibly have done that. I was going to say they're not the biggest fans it was coming over there and taking their price. Clearly they were like, they couldn't have been more gracious and it was just a wonderful day, you know, and I hope everybody has a wonderful day in their lives and that was my wonderful day, marvelous. The ground for the race was awful, but she was traveling powerfully and eye catchingly well. What were you thinking at the three forlong marker given the fact that she was traveling so strongly? Well, as you pointed out, I couldn't believe that one of mine was going as well as that three prolongs from home. Never mind in the Arc de Triomphe. So it was a sort of completely unlikely scenario and I watched in stunned silence and it was just marvelous and she's won 6 group ones now in a row. She's not been beaten for two years. And it's just been a marvelous to train a fairly who's run a little bit better. Every single race of her life. She's improved a little bit. I suppose the old adage of nothing improves the horse more than winning. She's probably the best example. The stats boys will absolutely love you because it will now read some mark Prescott, two runners, one winner, 50% strike rate, follow him blindly in the arc from their ones. Your first runner was in 2001. Alpha needs to come along. Yeah. We had a lovely old horse run a few years ago and he was just there for the joy. He'd won the Magnus and he beat the second and he board, they'd had a wonderful time. But he ran a good race. And we've been lucky there, of course, as well, because Marcia won the Abe. And confidential lady won the French oak. So I've had a few Dunkirk's in France, but I've also had three or four good days. I'm going to take that line. And borrow that one to use for future efforts as well. If you don't. But how you've campaigned her has been absolutely wonderful. And there's a lovely side plot to this as well, which is that you know the family incredibly well, because you trained a wilder, you trained her dam, albanova, who's a sister to a dual champion stakes winner for you as well. Knowing the family as intimately as you do and having had success with them as well, so Mark, how does she compare to horses previous? And on that, to have a bloodline and this is one of the special things about racing is that bloodlines continue. So we're talking about a bloodline that goes all the way back to 97 and 98. I think this one the damn sister won the champion stakes for you two years in a row. Yeah. To have that continue for so many years after what does that mean to then culminate with the arc success as well? Well, mister rousing, who bred them, she's had this family 5 generations. And I've trained three generations as you rightly say. And the first one I had was 36 years ago. So it was a great day for miss rousing and for me. It was a fantastic day when you've had as long an association with a family and with an owner family horses and an owner and a stud and the stats now married managed by John ox in Ireland and we went over to look at the yearlings about four weeks ago and I think miss rousing really got me over there to get school by mister ox as to what to do as much as to look at the hearings. Did he have any sage words of advice for you? He had absolutely done, you know, the lovely man he is, but other good luck, I think that was as far as we got. But Alan royer dupre, he rang me on the Friday night. Via a friend of mine, who used to ride our amateur horses years ago called Tony esler. And Alain rang on pride in item. He asked what the mayor's requirements were and all about her and then he suggested a plan of attack on her I listened to what he said very carefully. So I'm much indebted to him. And so he's wrote Morris, of course, and so is Luke. Yeah, I was just going to mention Luke because I was really taken when I spoke to him during the York ybor festival. It was the day after he'd won the Yorkshire oaks. Just how bullish he was about Paris long shot. Yes. At what point these are very good form. He's excellent at that and he gave her a peach for a ride, which I'll come back to in a second, but at what point was it always the plan this season to get her to the ark was that were you always building to this moment? Yes, very much so because last year she won three group ones in Germany and just as we were congratulating ourselves on this fine performance. She won the same three races that her grandmother had won. Michigan and I thought we'd done extraordinarily well. And then, of course, one of the ones we beat went from tasso went and won the ark at 80 to one. And of course all the people who had congratulated on winning what they said were weak group ones in Germany. But now all saying, well, why didn't you run it in the art? There's nothing like after timing. But they were of course right. She was gradually getting to the stage where that ought to be her aim. And this year, everything was around running their originally I'd rather felt we'd go for the coronation and the king George, but she was slow to come in a coat. So we had to do the Grand Prix of St. Cloud and the Yorkshire oaks. But the plan was always to run twice before the R can try and have a very, very best and thank God it came off. And the Yorkshire oaks was a special moment in itself because of the reaction that you got from the crowd and from people within the industry.

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"sir mark" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:01 min | Last month

"sir mark" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And it is basic resources energy and personal consumer discretionary goods that are done just slightly though we're just seeing those down about two thirds of 1% each of those sectors as guilt against beginning to trade as well. We are seeing the rally and guilt continue this morning the ten year yield four basis points lower this morning three spot 93. And the 30 at 4.328% so a lot lower than it was that 30 year yield. Let's get to our top stories then Stephen and the prime minister Liz truss says she's sorry for going too far too fast after her new Chancellor, gutted most of her economic plan in an unprecedented U turn, speaking to the BBC, trust offered this apology to voters. We have made mistakes. I'm sorry for those mistakes. But I fixed the mistakes. I'm appointed a new Chancellor. We have restored economic stability and fiscal discipline. And what I now want to do is go on and deliver for the public. Even the prime minister's closest supporters are now asking how long her leadership can last, according to ministers and aides who have spoken to Bloomberg. So far, just 5 Tory MPs have publicly called for trust to quit, but it would take two thirds of the parliamentary party to force her from office. We asked today the newly installed Chancellor Jeremy hunt scrapped a number of tax reductions and signaled that support on energy bills will be scaled back next year. This government will take the difficult decisions necessary to ensure there is trust and confidence in our national finances. That means decisions of eye watering difficulty. According to Bloomberg economics, the Chancellor still needs to find another 13 billion pounds a year to stabilize the public finances, meanwhile, the Financial Times is reporting the Bank of England may further delay quantitative tightening over fears of continuing turmoil on the gilt markets. Britain will be paying the price of trust is economic experiment for some time, according to analysis by Bloomberg economics, those calculations show the UK will now be spending an additional 10 billion pounds a year in interest payments to buy 2025. But sounding a more optimistic note, the chair of the Spanish bank, Santander, and told Bloomberg that yesterday's U turn was the right call. We are a big investor in the UK. I have high confidence in the strong institutions of the country. It's a very attractive place to do business, attract talent from all over the world. So I think the steps taken out in the right direction. And it seems comments were reflected in money markets with traders predicting that Bank of England interest rates will now peak at 5 and a quarter percent in 2023. That's the lowest level since the announcement of the mini budget. In top corporate news, Credit Suisse is considering a sale of its U.S. asset management business. That's as the firm nears the strategy revamp that's likely to reshape its business and top ranks according to sources familiar with the matter of the Swiss bank recently began the process to sell the U.S. operations Bloomberg just sounds the division is likely to attract interest from private equity firms. London's Metropolitan Police allowed hundreds of officers to get away with acts of racism, misogyny, and even breaking the law according to a new report. Speaking to us here on Bloomberg daybreak Europe, the mayor of London Sadiq Khan said the report by baroness Casey shows the situation is worse than he feared. Her report is a sober reader exposes some of the big problems when it comes to police and cases take too long to conclude when allegations are made. Repeat offenders are being let off the hook. You can't fix a problem unless you accept there's a problem. This commissioner accepts there's a problem that can't be said of previous commissioners. The new commissioner may Sadiq Khan just mentioned sir mark Rowley, he said he was appalled by the findings of the report, more from our interview with the mayor of London later in the program. So those are our top stories, the prime minister says she's sorry for the market chaos that's characterized her monthlong premiership, but says she won't be stepping down. Let's hear more from that interview with Liz truss. She was speaking to the BBC's Chris mason. What I'm focused on is delivering for the British public. Now I recognize we have made mistakes. I'm sorry. For those mistakes, but I fixed the mistakes. I've appointed a new Chancellor, we have restored economic stability in fiscal discipline and what I now want to do is go on and deliver for the public. We were elected on the 2019 manifesto. I'm determined to deliver on that. Leveling up, securing investment into all parts of our country, getting roads built, getting opportunities, right across the nation. And that's what I'm thinking about. That's why I'm focused on. Your colleague at Charles walker has said you've got a maximum of two weeks before you're removed from office. What would be your message to him and others on your own benches who are saying things like that? My message is we should be focusing on delivering for the British public. We are in difficult economic times. We're in difficult international times with the war being perpetrated in Ukraine

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"sir mark" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

07:45 min | 2 months ago

"sir mark" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"All that right here on the briefing with me, Marcos hippie. North Korea has fired another two ballistic missiles a move which has prompted course for the United Nations to hold an emergency meeting by young has accused the United States of escalating the military tensions on the Korean Peninsula by conducting joint military drills with Japan and South Korea. I'm joined now by sir Mark Lyle grant who served us to the UK's ambassador to the United Nations between 2009 and 2015. Sir Mark, welcome to the program. Could you first explain why North Korea's behavior is so unsettling to western powers? Well, North Korea is not allowed as no other country is allowed as well to fire ballistic missile tests in this way. That has been the case now for some years. And there have been a series of UN Security Council resolutions over the years, up to 2017, imposing sanctions against North Korea in response to their ballistic missile tests of the sort that we've seen just recently. Now, traditionally in the UN Security Council, those resolutions are drafted between the United States and China. And sometimes there are tough negotiations, sometimes they're relatively easy, but during my time, the 5 years I was at the UN and since then, it has been possible to agree tough sanctions and condemnation of North Korea when they fire ballistic missiles of this sort. So all the international community had an interest in stopping the proliferation of ballistic missile technology and of course nuclear weapons. Now there have been 6 launches in 12 days. What do you think North Korea wants to achieve with firing this missiles? Well, I think they claim that they are responding to American Korean Japanese sort of military exercises in the region. And they want to show of strength to say that we are a nuclear power now and we have the ability to defend ourselves as necessary. I think, however, there is a clear link with the Ukraine conflict because whilst the international focus is on Russian invasion of Ukraine, I think the North Koreans believe that they can get away with more than perhaps they would have in the past. Now there have been cause for the United Nations to hold an emergency meeting. How likely is that to happen? Oh, I think it will happen. The Security Council must hold a meeting if one member asks for it. So the meeting will happen. And indeed, did happen in the last couple of days, but what's interesting is that any resolution of condemnation, let alone sanctions, was blocked by both Russia and China. Now, it's not that unusual for China to defend North Korea, but what is very new and I think worrying is the fact that Russia has joined in. Now traditionally Russia has not had any particular interest in the North Korean issue, has been happy to leave it to the United States and China. But as we know, North Korea is now providing Russia with munitions, armaments in the conflict in Ukraine, and as a result of that, I think Russia is now supporting North Korea in its wider ambitions. How is that changing the dynamics in the region? Well, it worries very much, of course, both South Korea immediately in Japan in a slightly longer term when South Korea tried to show it was ready for defense. They had a slightly embarrassing missile launch of their own, which failed in the last couple of days. So they will be very worried. That North Korea is no longer as isolated as it was, and that both China and Russia appear to be giving the North Korean some backing or at least some tacit support. Of course that is extremely worrying for South Korea in particular. Is there much more that you can do to put pressure on North Korea? I don't think so. The traditionally this, as I mentioned, has been dealt with semi privately between the Americans and the Chinese. If that is no longer possible because of the wider geopolitical strains, then I don't think there's much that the UN more widely can do to calm down the tensions. What do you think Tokyo and Seoul are doing at the moment you talked about how the geopolitical picture is changing in the region how should they get repaired for the future? Well, what we're seeing is a number of wider coalitions growing in the region. Which are focused sort of broadly if you like on containment of China or at least defending democracy if you like against Chinese expansion in the region. And the military exercises we've seen, the naval exercises between Japan, South Korea and America are part of that, as are the new quad groupings and other defense arrangements like the orcas submarine arrangements between the UK U.S. and Australia are all part of a, if you like a beginning to strengthen the defense of democracy against the autocracies like China that threaten the international liberal order. Grant to the UK's former ambassador to the United Nations, thank you very much for your insights. You are listening to the briefing on monocle 24. Here is a recap of the days, other news headlines. Dozens of people have been killed off to a former police officer opened fire at a pre school child day care center in northeastern Thailand, police say children and adults are among the casualties, will have much more on this developing story throughout the day. Here on monocle 24. Russia's president of Vladimir Putin has signed papers which formally index for Ukrainian regions, the documents say that Luhansk donets abrasion and cast on regions are now accepted into the Russian Federation, it comes as Ukraine continues to make military advances. The U.S. president Joe Biden has criticized a decision to cut oil production, which has forced fuel prices to a two week high. The move by OPEC plus which represents the world's biggest oil producers, underscores the growing rift between the United States and Saudi Arabia on energy policy. And officials in Hong Kong have announced that they are giving away half a million airline tickets in a bid to boost the city's tourism industry, Hong Kong has only just started to abandon some of its strict COVID measures and the latest move is pass off a beat to get flight schedules back to Bree pandemic levels. And that's the news update. Now the U.S. Supreme Court begins its new term this week with last June's ruling ending a federal right to abortion looming large and fierce that many other progressive rights from affirmative action to gay marriages and voting rights could be next. Monaco's Washington correspondent Chris germer has been listening to the first round of oral arguments before the court's majority conservative justices and here's from their newest member justice Ketanji Brown Jackson.

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"sir mark" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

01:52 min | 2 months ago

"sir mark" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"I plenty hope she is. 'cause I would have taken her out of my mouth. Oh, ladies and gentlemen, Paul Jacobs. The views of Paul Jacobs are not necessarily those of the final former podcast. So to get to get back onto the to get back onto the, this was great for racing, so it was annoying that ITV cut off that I wasn't aware of that at all. We have a legendary trainer in sir Mark Prescott, beat legendary French trainer, beat a now legendary German trainer. It was a truly international running of the ark. Obviously we had the Japanese runners as well. And it was stunning. And just to go back to some of our prescot for a second, you mentioned Psaki and that being one of your favorite performances in the ark from a tactical point of view and the way Frankie wrote. Well, that was in 2001, which is the last year that summer Prescott had a runner in the arc. He's only ever had two. Really? Good work. Good work. So nice work there from you. And then I'll just bring it back in. 1937 was the last time a 5 year old mayor won the race and 2003 would have been the last time a gray won the race when dalla county took it under that man Christophe sumiya. I mean, it's terrific. And I'm delighted for Luke Morrison blooded for smart pressing up, but I'm also delighted for annabelle Willis because she's been very open with her story and she's she's very enthusiastic. She's a great site. And that helps racing tremendously as well. When you've got somebody who gets so invested and so worked up, it really helps the sport because it helps you be attached that little bit more to the story. And she's been a real star and was a tremendous star yesterday as well. I love people that are in the industry now whether they be lads and masses, trainers, trainers, wives, journalists, broadcasts, commentators, writers, spectators who really enthuse

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"sir mark" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

09:07 min | 7 months ago

"sir mark" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"If even developed countries are going to be hurt by this, presumably the consequences for North Korea are much, much more serious. Do you know what paradoxically probably not, but that is because North Korea has locked itself down so severely over the last two years and so restricted food imports that the absence going from very little to zero of course it will have an effect, but it probably won't have as much effect as you might have thought. And if we really are talking about some kind of regime change, what would you say was the timeline on that? And who might be positioned to take over from Kim? Wouldn't we all love to know the answers to those questions? Timeline, unpredictable. We don't know how fast this virus will spread. I mean, it might take weeks, might take months, but it probably will get right through the country at which point Kim is in real trouble. Who might take over? As they always say in the North Korean watching community be very careful what you ask for. You may not like Kim Jong-un, but some of the people waiting in the wings are really quite a lot worse. John, thank you very much indeed. Now, still to come on the program, we'll hear from loco of the United Nations formerly of the United Nations. And we'll look at Ukraine's first war crimes trial of a Russian soldier. This is the globalist stay tuned. UBS has over 900 investment analysts from over 100 different countries. Over 900 of the sharpest minds and freshest thinkers in the world of finance today. To find out how we could help you contact us at UBS dot com. Now, since the start of the war in Ukraine, the United Nations has often made the news either for its humanitarian work in the country or tensions on its Security Council. Yesterday, I sat down with sir Mark loco, the UN's former undersecretary general for humanitarian affairs and emergency relief coordinator. He's also author of the new book relief chief and manifesto for saving lives in dire times. I asked him how decisions are made by the UN and where he came in as under sexually general. Fundamentally the point about the UN is it is the creature of its member states of its members. The rules of the institution are set by the powerful countries which set the UN up. All the big decisions are taken by them. So people like undersecretary generals like me are much more secretary than general. Antonio Guterres, I think it's been evident to lots of people from what he's just been doing in Moscow and Kyiv trying to secure the evacuation of civilians and others from Mario pole. Can remind countries the promises they made about how they behave. He can point out to them when they're not behaving in the way they promised. He can shine a light on that, get some attention on it, but the UN does not have its own army or its own power base. It is the it is the creature of the member states. And so a lot of the frustrations about how it works as an organization, which are felt most strongly by the people who work for it, arise from choices and decisions deliberately made by the member states. And as I said in the book, some member states do not want actively do not want the UN to be more effective or efficient as an institution because they think it's a creature of western liberal values. And in fact, if you read the charter, there is a lot of western liberal values in the charter freedoms and rights and so on. And some member states, including the Russians, regularly try to block and complicate the budget process and reform because they think if those values become more prominent because the UN contributes to that in becoming more effective organization, that is counter to their interests. I wonder just looking back in history when you go back to the early 60s and the killing of Doug Hammerstein, who was the second secretary general murdered as he was trying to sort out the conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo. It was plane came down over Zambia, never satisfactorily cleared up. But he would seem to me somebody who was trying to drive the organization forward with teeth that it may have developed in a different way. How do you survive? He was trying to sort out the Congo, as we know, which borders, I think it's 9 other nations. So influential in Africa, in a war that is still now decades on still continuing. And I wonder if that wasn't an enormous turning point in the development of the organization. And if things perhaps could have turned out differently. Well, I think the basic issue and how much shelter was a brilliant secretary general, but he didn't have different tools and powers than the ones that secretary generals have now. And the reason for that is because when the powerful countries in the world set up the UN, they didn't want to give away too much national sovereignty of pat and power. So if you take the example of the Security Council, the 5 permanent members of the Security Council all agreed when the UN was created in 1945. That no group of countries should be able to tell any one of them what to do, so they each gave themselves a veto. Likewise, decisions on things like the budget and lots of other rules in the organization are set by consensus so that any country can try its best to obstruct an obfuscate and that was a design principle because countries didn't want to give away too much power and sovereignty. So it's very frustrating for lots of people this construct and one of the main things that can be said about the UN is, in many ways, it does a remarkable job given all the constraints people put in front of it in the humanitarian sphere, for example, which I was responsible for. UN agencies working with NGOs and others reach a 100 million people every year, they certainly save millions of lives every year and the world will be much worse off without them. Is the world as good as it should be? No. Could the UN be better? Absolutely. But it's important to understand that the powerful countries didn't want to give away too much when they were setting the UN up. And that's a feature that persists. And on the subject of veto Russia, of course, in the current conflict in Ukraine, what can be done about this? I think this is a paradigm shifting moment, actually. I spent a lot of time dealing with Russian behavior in Syria. During 2017 and 2021, and a lot of the military tactics they've used deliberately bombing hospitals attacking civilian refuges, the atrocities we've seen. Our straight out of the Syrian playbook and it appears that the Russians have decided concluded that the laws of war because all these things are concrete to the laws of war, the Geneva conventions and things that they've signed. They it appears that they've decided the laws of all don't always work for them. And this aggression we've seen is being conducted in the way it is because they've obviously reached that conclusion. Now the world is going to have to get back to reminding itself why it agreed the laws of war in the first place, and the reason was, and this goes back to 19th century because all parties in wars wanted to have a system where they could look after their own wounded soldiers on the battlefield get help and care for them, not have them slaughtered by the enemy, and everybody realized that if I want my wounded soldiers to be treated properly, I'm going to have to agree to do the same for others. So there was a real politic bargain basically on how people would be treated now civilians would be treated. And that was the start of the way the laws of war were. Developed. Now, the irony, of course, of the way the Russians behaved in Ukraine is that it is added to the resilience and determination and courage and morale that the Ukrainians have displayed because they've seen the threat to them. They are a poor by it. They are buttressed in their determination to resist. And, of course, are getting quite wide support from the rest of the world, particularly the western world. So, as I say in the book, often these atrocities proved to be counterproductive, and that is one of the conversations that is going to have to take place after things have calmed down somewhat in Ukraine. That was the Mark lowcock there, and here's what else we're keeping an eye on today. The United Nations has warned that the war in Ukraine could cause a global food crisis that could last for years. UN secretary general Antonio Guterres said shortages of grain and fertilizer and pandemic driven supply problems threatened to tip tens of millions of people over the edge into food insecurity. The World Bank announced an additional $12 billion in funding for projects addressing food security. The Department of Homeland Security has paused its new disinformation governance board. Its director will also resign. The U.S..

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"sir mark" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:32 min | 7 months ago

"sir mark" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Both British and American intelligence in particular have been willing to put into the public domain information that's achieved by secret sources which in the past they have been reluctant to do. We saw that in response, for instance, to the poisoning of Sergei Skripal in Salisbury in 2018 and more recent Chinese cyberattacks and Russian cyberattacks where the west is now willing to attribute those attacks to specific countries like China or Russia. This is new and it's part of a deliberate policy to act as a deterrent to call out some of the things that in the past have been kept under the carpet. Sir Mark Lloyd grant, the UK's former ambassador to the United Nations. Thank you very much for joining us here on the briefing. Now here is Monaco's patreons with the days by the new set lies. Thanks, Marcus. Officials in Shanghai are reportedly preparing to impose the most restrictive phase of the city's extended lockdown. The new rules which are expected to come into force in the coming days will further restrict access to food and hospitals in China's most popular city. The UK government has said it will not shy away from taking action to resolve post Brexit trade tensions in Northern Ireland. It follows Westminster's decision to reject European Union proposals to resolve the standoff over the Northern Ireland protocol. And Germany's transport ministry has proposed almost doubling electric vehicle subsidies.

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"sir mark" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:57 min | 7 months ago

"sir mark" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Life all that right here on the briefing with me, Marcus hippie. U.S. intelligence has said that Vladimir Putin is preparing for a lengthy war in Ukraine, with even victory in the east potentially not ending the conflict. Let's have a listen to what the U.S. intelligence chief Avril Haines had to say earlier. The next month or two of fighting will be significant as the Russians attempt to reinvigorate their efforts, but even if they are successful, we are not confident that the fight in the Donbass will effectively end the war. We assess president Putin is preparing for prolonged conflict in Ukraine during which he still intends to achieve goals beyond the Donbass. But Putin most likely also judges that Russia has a greater ability and willingness to endure challenges than his adversaries. And he is probably counting on U.S. and EU resolve to weaken as food shortages, inflation, energy prices get worse. Moreover, as both Russia and Ukraine believe they can continue to make progress militarily. We do not see a viable negotiating path forward, at least in the short term. Her comments follow reports from the United Nations that the situation in Ukraine is graver than it's all originally feared. Let's get the latest now with sir Mark Lyle grant the UK's ambassador to the United Nations between 2009 and 2015. Welcome to the program. Now its own like the west will have to get prepared for very long conflict in Ukraine. What does that mean in practice? Well, I think it's unlikely, in fact, that the current intensity of fighting is like is will last much more than a month or two is able Haynes would say. But I think the chances of there being a sort of low level conflict continuing thereafter is indeed very high. We shouldn't forget that.

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"sir mark" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

04:18 min | 10 months ago

"sir mark" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"Gordon ill advisedly and stupidly posed for a photograph. But that horse is not in pain. An accident has happened. The horses had to be put down, but he's not doing anything to hurt the horse. It was a silly thing for him to do. I hammered him on the final for a long, a hammered him on talk sport. I called, I said, the suspension was right. But I also said, once this suspension was lifted for some reason, we're doubling back there. When the suspension was lifted, that right, that's it. He served his penance. He served his time. Let him come back. And Gordon's age, you can see the effect of the talent on him. This man is dealing with a live resource who can feel pain who is feeling pain and will feel the pain of his actions. And yet, people who were on this show are no longer are, are defending him. They're either shadow liking comments on Facebook or their shadow liking stuff on Twitter or retweeting support of him. Hey, they're not retweeting and actually they're just being clever enough to like it so that their name is there in support of sir Mark taught, but without retweeting it to bring the mob on them. But they wanted Gordon's head last year. Now they don't. And some are has acted in the manner that he has with a live horse. Horse who will actually feel pain. And he himself has apologized. He himself, before I'm pretty certain, before he was pushed, he resigned from the world resource welfare association. Pretty certain they were just going to go you're fired, or you're sacked, but as a patron he resigned from that. And you are right. He apologized. But the fact that he apologized means that all these people who are coming up with like, there was a sales agency. It was highlighted by godolphin John who was shattered to get off and John again. One of the. Most sensible and intelligent tweeters of horse racing commentary, on the tweet machine, a sales agency comes out in defense of Samarkand because of this longer video. And there seems to be this narrative of turning it on the person who released the video. Well, maybe she had two years to think about what happened to one. You know what? That wasn't right. So I don't get where the defense of Mark Todd comes from. And I really don't get how people who are in horse racing media. Are defending him. When those same people were hammering Gordon alias and wanted him gone. I don't get how there can be a defensive one. But not a defense of the other. Well, I'm certainly not defending him. But I'm certainly I'm not saying two wrongs make a right either. So I think it's up to the BHA now how they handle the case because yes, what he's done is inexcusable. I'm certainly not defending him, but I will just have to say that people must get the facts right because the video that was shown of Mark Todd hitting the horse, it wasn't a race horse. I'm not saying that makes it any better or any different. But it was a private lesson from what I gathered. It's a show jumper, isn't it? Yeah, it's not race, it's not a race horse because it's a private lesson. From whoever he was giving less than two, but yet I'm certainly not the venue here I'm certainly not saying.

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"sir mark" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

04:18 min | 10 months ago

"sir mark" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"Gordon ill advisedly and stupidly posed for a photograph. But that horse is not in pain. An accident has happened. The horses had to be put down, but he's not doing anything to hurt the horse. It was a silly thing for him to do. I hammered him on the final for a long, a hammered him on talk sport. I called, I said, the suspension was right. But I also said, once this suspension was lifted for some reason, we're doubling back there. When the suspension was lifted, that right, that's it. He served his penance. He served his time. Let him come back. And Gordon's age, you can see the effect of the talent on him. This man is dealing with a live resource who can feel pain who is feeling pain and will feel the pain of his actions. And yet, people who were on this show are no longer are, are defending him. They're either shadow liking comments on Facebook or their shadow liking stuff on Twitter or retweeting support of him. Hey, they're not retweeting and actually they're just being clever enough to like it so that their name is there in support of sir Mark taught, but without retweeting it to bring the mob on them. But they wanted Gordon's head last year. Now they don't. And some are has acted in the manner that he has with a live horse. Horse who will actually feel pain. And he himself has apologized. He himself, before I'm pretty certain, before he was pushed, he resigned from the world resource welfare association. Pretty certain they were just going to go you're fired, or you're sacked, but as a patron he resigned from that. And you are right. He apologized. But the fact that he apologized means that all these people who are coming up with like, there was a sales agency. It was highlighted by godolphin John who was shattered to get off and John again. One of the. Most sensible and intelligent tweeters of horse racing commentary, on the tweet machine, a sales agency comes out in defense of Samarkand because of this longer video. And there seems to be this narrative of turning it on the person who released the video. Well, maybe she had two years to think about what happened to one. You know what? That wasn't right. So I don't get where the defense of Mark Todd comes from. And I really don't get how people who are in horse racing media. Are defending him. When those same people were hammering Gordon alias and wanted him gone. I don't get how there can be a defensive one. But not a defense of the other. Well, I'm certainly not defending him. But I'm certainly I'm not saying two wrongs make a right either. So I think it's up to the BHA now how they handle the case because yes, what he's done is inexcusable. I'm certainly not defending him, but I will just have to say that people must get the facts right because the video that was shown of Mark Todd hitting the horse, it wasn't a race horse. I'm not saying that makes it any better or any different. But it was a private lesson from what I gathered. It's a show jumper, isn't it? Yeah, it's not race, it's not a race horse because it's a private lesson. From whoever he was giving less than two, but yet I'm certainly not the venue here I'm certainly not saying.

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"sir mark" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"sir mark" Discussed on No Agenda

"Universe and then we do have a couple of those we have one dame and we have several nights to bring up so this joyous occasion. Get your sword out. Mr work with us please. Tony bolger richard venice burger. Sandra lemberg sounder lueneburg marks avant and matthew greis. All of you have supported that no agenda show any on one thousand dollars or more. Thank you very much an. I have the honour pronounce the dame julie. Bunny the hosta. Faren sir rick of the purple sage serpents of the padre woods sir mark night if the town that fund forgotten and sir lambda night of the open parentheses for you. We've got hookers and blow. We got wrote boys and today by requests. Pappy van weakland foie gras. Still got some Harbinson hal doggone sparkling cider escorts jin driven gerbils an obviously we got the mutton and mead in preparation for the sixteenth testing the mead for the big meet up in bastrop. Thank you all very much for supporting the show. Congratulations welcome to the no agenda roundtable. you can go to no agenda. Nation dot com slash rings. Select what you want your sizes and all that goes to eric. She'll and we'll get that to you soon as possible. It is your signet rings very handsome for the night or for the dame your wax which you can use to seal your correspondents and the embed your your seal of approval in there. You're you're no agenda see land of course your certificate of authenticity It is no agenda. Show dot com or dot net. If you'd like to become a knight or.

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"sir mark" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"sir mark" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"Your winnings with to- plus and listen to what andrew white is saying because he's agreeing with me so we're said for so much gravy this weekend it's going to be amazing. can't wait to recount all this lucy and yourself a monday and talk about the just just like the throwing cash all around the studio or be talking to both of you while i'm scrambling around trying to find some coins as as tesco noodles for the rest of the month We'll have to wait and see. But i'm i'm getting super excited for the weekend. Sunday is obviously going to be a massive day and alpin easter for sir mark prescott is going to take the engagement in the qatar pre groupon. Which of course is a arc trial and a very well. Trial and snowfall will be taking up the engagement as well. So she was always held in very high regard as juvenile. She was highly tried and this season she has won the door by three and a half lengths. She has created history by winning the oaks by the largest winning margin ever She's won the irish jokes by the largest winning margin for a hundred years and she just toyed with a rivals at york. It was again. That was a racist covering talksport to she was just an absolute joy to watch that day. This race are you surprised. The running her and do you feel that. This is just a case of letter. Get a feel of of power longchamp. Frankie's back on board. Let feel of party longchamp while it's like to be there with the racing style is like because the closer we get to the race. She is very clearly cool. Moore's number one. Yeah you'd think she is. Online chiefs obviously got a great chance to thank the majority of the reason. Is you say to girona in this. Race is just to get a blow over in france To get a feel for the track and make sure that the she's ready to go when it comes to tell him. And i i don't see i don't see are getting beaten this weekend. Not the only thing. I do see some have despised Beijing no there are contenders yo somehow be shortened in raleigh Certain but that's just the way bookmakers role. These days can be certain that enough. She's just on prepared to be proven wrong here. she's just not a horse As you know clung heartstrings much this year how dare you. Yeah i know. And it's just one of the i don't know what it is There's just a part of me and people can shoot me down sam wrong inferno but just a part of me. That can't get over. The fact that i feel the rest of the mile for you know group one. Three year old fillies. This year are abaga shish and well they are like i. Just don't see the horses. She bees in the oaks and the irish jokes. Arnaz any us. So it's not really something to be n. dolphin when they are jokes. Two two seven eight nine lands in a race. Where i think i could have given some of them a chance for some of the place money so it's not something i'd i'd potentially bear in mind charmaine. Justin jar at york was wonderful tonight. It wasn't ruining on grain. She delights at all so again. You're back to just beijing album floor and khandan dunstall fantastic. I actually to that free. Because i interviewed david minutiae for talks to My role switched was hosting that week. i host the whole week of york and i spoke with david minutiae live on air and i was saying. Are you gonna run wonderful tonight. And he said well. We have two options. We can go to france we can. Go to deauville or we can run here at york. And william is gonna ride into three o'clock and he'll decide he'll tell us I don't like the idea of going. to deauville. he thought that the ground wasn't right for there and said i may live to regret this but the horse that runs in this race is not the worst that you'll see in the arc that was that was line And she was disappointing and she got thumped in the end And she would really need to pull something out. Be able to go and and turn the form around with with snowfall boss. She is the the anti post favourite For the arc. And it's interesting that you even worded that way. That she's essentially piecing choice she. She was in all intents and purposes. She has been on. I suppose more. So what would probably rested on on me is Maybe it has been slightly different rationale because of being a few niggles still fled that bush. This time last year having won leo Jokes and yorkshire oaks so impressively. Nobody thought love could be beaten. Yeah and i know. You know as i say i completely comprehend that the injuries has been a few things that haven't gone particularly roy's but she's komo's against proper group won't horses this year under this being short of the mark and i just don't know whether we're gonna get to the ark and she's going to be a very short price if she goes wins on the weekend which he will she could end up on the day. Five four six two four. That's an it's the for. it'll be january. The first time like if she faces a day are torna w-we hurricane lane. You know any of these horses that are genuine group on horses. Because to be honest leg you could send off divinely to start running in the are tomorrow morning. And she may scrape poem things. She's.

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California Governor Candidate Larry Elder Explains How Gavin Newsom Fails Minorities

Mark Levin

01:49 min | 1 year ago

California Governor Candidate Larry Elder Explains How Gavin Newsom Fails Minorities

"Then I see Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren campaigning against him. Honestly, I see all these white politicians campaigning against Larry Elder because all their talk about a white supremacist society, I would say, Well, I guess they would know. Because the white dominant Democrat party Is now working in California to defeat A man who embraces this country embraces liberty. It's also by the way, an African American Larry Elder. How are you, sir? Mark doing well, Thank you very much for having me. I appreciate it. Tell us what's going on in California right now and and how people can get out and vote. Well, Mark. What's going on? Is everything you just now rattled off. I would only add the decline in the quality of our public education. 75% of black boys here in California Mark, believe it or not, 75% that's not a typo cannot read at state levels of proficiency, and of course, those levels are low. The mass scores or even worse, Nearly half of all third graders cannot read at state levels of proficiency and around 80% of all kids educated in our government schools are black and brown. I only mentioned that because that's what the left prior to self on caring about now the number one obstacle towards choice in education that polls show black and parent black and brown parents want The teachers union. Who's the number one thunder of my opponent, Gavin Newsom. The teachers union and poll after poll after poll shows that the people living in the earnest city recognized getting the worst teachers the worst principles, the worst bureaucrats and they want the opportunity to put their kid in the private school, a religious school home schooling or a charter school, and they're being denied that opportunity. Yet they march in there every single year and pull that lever for the party that is warning the number one way of escaping poverty, and that's to at least Finished high school

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"sir mark" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"sir mark" Discussed on No Agenda

"I don't need to send it to him. That is death of the show. If there's something you feel needs to be sent senate if you think that we've seen that you might be wrong. Is you listen to today's show. There's a two or three items that adam brought up. I knew nothing on so and if you if you do the subject line appropriately then. I probably won't have to open your your message if i already know what the story is but i usually do. Anyway let's just it's all work together. It's just a producer note toy getting so much email that you're in dated i. It's three times as much usually after all my filtering. I've got all filter out a lot of stuff. 'cause you moved no no. That's just the time line. that's just when i recognized. I think because of what the bull crap that's going on in the world this we have lawyers doctors lab technicians. We have a lot of people reaching out to us. We have very interesting. People who produce this this podcast. I need to read everything. They're saying but it. It just seems like it's more than knows. It is three times as much Sir duke remark duke of japan. The japan sea all the disputed islands and the magic numbers of three thirty three thirty three good to hear from sir mark adamant john along with good times and good laughs. They have to be some sad times to. We are just in one of those moments dame astroid we all know. This is the famous Duo our producers from japan sir mark and day mastered dame astra just lost architects yes dame astronaut has just lost her wonderful father klaus thankfully she was with him in italy at the time as you can imagine he was a great man is going to be missed by many especially on lago. Majority wait was a sailing legend. And at the ferrari club which he drove to only a few weeks ago to watch an formula one race..

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"sir mark" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"sir mark" Discussed on No Agenda

"I don't need to send it to him. That is death of the show. If there's something you feel needs to be sent senate if you think that we've seen that you might be wrong. Is you listen to today's show. There's a two or three items that adam brought up. I knew nothing on so and if you if you do the subject line appropriately then. I probably won't have to open your your message if i already know what the story is but i usually do. Anyway let's just it's all work together. It's just a producer note towards getting so much email that you're in dated i. It's three times as much usually after all my filtering you know. I've got all filter out a lot of stuff. 'cause you moved no no. That's just the time line. that's just when i recognized. I think because of what the bull crap that's going on in the world this we have lawyers doctors lab technicians. We have a lot of people reaching out to us. We have very interesting. People who produce this this podcast. I need to read everything. They're saying but it. It just seems like it's more than knows. It is three times as much Sir duke sir. Marmaduke of japan. The japan sea all the disputed islands and the magic numbers of three thirty three thirty three good to hear from sir mark adamant john along with good times and good laughs. They have to be some sad times to. We are just in one of those moments dame astroid we all know. This is the famous Duo our producers from japan sir mark and day mastered dame astra just lost architects yes dame astronaut has just lost her wonderful father klaus thankfully she was with him in italy at the time as you can imagine he was a great man is going to be missed by many especially on lago. Majority wait was a sailing legend. And at the ferrari club which he drove to only a few weeks ago to watch an formula one race..

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"sir mark" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"sir mark" Discussed on No Agenda

"But goodies. Totally love it. Manual obando is next on the list from miami lakes florida three three three three says. It 'em check your email for note which of course where he could put the note because he's got this in there but there's no no with obando didn't find emmanuel and there's no notice as donation from a manual ovando. I would like. I would like to take much to no no. I didn't i looked. I would like to take a moment to reiterate that we do have some communication protocols in general Over the past three weeks might email. Inbox has gotten extremely full. It's about three times. would it typically was before we moved to whatever and it's also a lot of people are sending in their own experiences notes and information The subject line is extremely important. If you if you if you see something funny on twitter you can just do at adam curry and maybe you'll have a comment which is helpful. But it's really it's just click alinksy what it is with email. You are ruining my day when you say check it out and then just have a link to some th- twitter thing like what a waste of my time and your time quite honestly please be descriptive in your subject. Line particularly if it comes down to donations put in the term donation. It's sad that we still have to remind people to do this. But my goodness do you get this one lines. The one word subject. Wow and i'm. I'm supposed to open the way i want to point this out. You have been complaining about this specific topic not about the donation part. No this specific topic for at least eight years. Yes and i'll add something you think is gonna do any good to continue this complaining. Yes it helps. It's not complaining thank you. It's a reminder. It's just a reset and i will say one other thing if you think. Oh he's probably already this is this is the opposite of different side of. It probably already had this. I don't need to send it to him. That is death of the show. If there's something you feel needs to be sent senate if you think that we've seen that you might be wrong. Is you listen to today's show. There's a two or three items that adam brought up. i knew nothing on so And if you if you do the subject line appropriately then. I probably won't have to open your your message if i already know what the story is but i usually do anyway. Let's just it's all work together. It's just a producer note toy getting so much email that you're in dated i. It's three times as much usually after all my filtering you know. I've got all filter out a lot of stuff is 'cause you moved. No no that's just the time line. That's just when i recognized. I think because of what the bull crap that's going on in the world this we have lawyers doctors lab technicians. We have a lot of people reaching out to us. We have very interesting. People who produce this this podcast. I need to read everything. They're saying but it. It just seems like it's more than knows. It is three times as much Sir duke remark duke of japan. The japan sea all the disputed islands and the magic numbers of three thirty three thirty three good to hear from sir mark adamant john along with good times and good laughs. They have to be some sad times to. We are just in one of those moments dame astroid we all know. This is the famous Duo our producers from japan sir mark and day mastered dame astra just lost architects yes dame astronaut has just lost her wonderful father klaus thankfully she was with him in italy at the time as you can imagine he was a great man is going to be missed by many especially on lago. Majority wait was a sailing legend. And at the ferrari club which he drove to only a few weeks ago to watch an formula one race his lives on an astrakhan rather than sending flowers. I thought it'd be much more appropriate to send donation to you. Which i know will put a big smile on her face. You'll miss you mr klein. We'll all pass on your good wishes to you like you. Pass them on to us after every phone call you made today master.

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"sir mark" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"sir mark" Discussed on No Agenda

"But goodies. Totally love it. Manual obando is next on the list from miami lakes florida three three three three says. It 'em check your email for note which of course where he could put the note because he's got this in there but there's no no with obando didn't find manual and there's no notice as donation from a manual ovando. I would like. I would like to take you no. I didn't i looked. I would like to take a moment to reiterate that we do have some communication protocols in general Over the past three weeks might email. Inbox has gotten extremely full. It's about three times. would it typically was before we moved to whatever and it's also a lot of people are sending in their own experiences notes and information The subject line is extremely important. If you if you if you see something funny on twitter you can just do at adam curry and maybe you'll have a comment which is helpful. But it's really it's just click alinksy what it is with email. You are ruining my day when you say check it out and then just have a link to some twitter thing like what a waste of my time and your time quite honestly please be descriptive in your subject. Line particularly if it comes down to donations put in the term donation. It's sad that we still have to remind people to do this. But my goodness do you get this one lines. The one word subject. Wow and i'm. I'm supposed to open the way i want to point this out. You have been complaining about this specific topic not about the donation part. No this specific topic for at least eight years. Yes and i'll add something you think is gonna do any good to continue this complaining. Yes it helps. It's not complaining thank you. It's a reminder. It's just a reset and i will say one other thing if you think ow he's probably already this is this is the opposite of a different side of it. He probably already had this. I don't need to send it to him. That is death of the show. If there's something you feel needs to be sent senate if you think that we've seen that you might be wrong. Is you listen to today's show. There's a two or three items that adam brought up. i knew nothing on so And if you if you do the subject line appropriately then. I probably won't have to open your your message if i already know what the story is but i usually do anyway. Let's just it's all work together. It's just a producer note toy getting so much email that you're in dated i. It's three times as much usually after all my filtering you know. I've got all filter out a lot of stuff is 'cause you moved. No no that's just the time line. That's just when i recognized. I think because of what the bull crap that's going on in the world this we have lawyers doctors lab technicians. We have a lot of people reaching out to us. We have very interesting. People who produce this this podcast. I need to read everything. They're saying but it. It just seems like it's more than knows. It is three times as much Sir duke remark duke of japan. The japan sea all the disputed islands and the magic numbers of three thirty three thirty three good to hear from sir mark adamant john along with good times and good laughs. They have to be some sad times to. We are just in one of those moments dame astroid we all know. This is the famous Do duo our producers from japan sir mark and day mastered dame astra just lost architects yes dame astronaut has just lost her wonderful father klaus thankfully she was with him in italy at the time as you can imagine he was a great man is going to be missed by many especially on lago. Majority wait was a sailing legend. And at the ferrari club which he drove to only a few weeks ago to watch an formula one race his lives on an and rather than sending flowers. I thought it'd be much more appropriate to send donation to you. Which i know will put a big smile on her face. You'll miss you mr klein. We'll all pass on your good wishes to you like you. Pass them on to us after every phone call you made today master.

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"sir mark" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"sir mark" Discussed on No Agenda

"But goodies. Totally love it. Manual obando is next on the list from miami lakes florida three three three three says. It 'em check your email for note which of course where he could put the note because he's got this in there but there's no no with obando didn't find emmanuel and there's no notice as donation from a manual ovando. I would like i would like to take. You must have gotten no. I didn't i looked. I would like to take a moment to reiterate that we do have some communication protocols in general Over the past three weeks might email. Inbox has gotten extremely full. It's about three times. would it typically was before we moved to whatever and it's also a lot of people are sending in their own experiences notes and information The subject line is extremely important. If you if you if you see something funny on twitter you can just do at adam curry and maybe you'll have a comment which is helpful. But it's really it's just click alinksy what it is with email. You are ruining my day when you say check it out and then just have a link to some th- twitter thing like what a waste of my time and your time quite honestly please be descriptive in your subject. Line particularly if it comes down to donations put in the term donation. It's sad that we still have to remind people to do this. But my goodness do you get this one lines. The one word subject. Wow and i'm. I'm supposed to open the way i want to point this out. You have been complaining about this specific topic not about the donation part. No this specific topic for at least eight years. Yes and i'll add something you think is gonna do any good to continue this complaining. Yes it helps. It's not complaining thank you. It's a reminder. It's just a reset and i will say one other thing if you think he's probably already. This is this is the opposite of different side of. It probably already had this. I don't need to send it to him. That is death of the show. If there's something you feel needs to be sent senate if you think that we've seen that you might be wrong. Is you listen to today's show. There's a two or three items that adam brought up. I knew nothing on so and if you if you do the subject line appropriately then. I probably won't have to open your your message if i already know what the story is but i usually do. Anyway let's just it's all work together. It's just a producer note toy getting so much email that you're in dated i. It's three times as much usually after all my filtering you know. I've got all filter out a lot of stuff. 'cause you moved no no. That's just the time line. that's just when i recognized. I think because of what the bull crap that's going on in the world this we have lawyers doctors lab technicians. We have a lot of people reaching out to us. We have very interesting. People who produce this this podcast. I need to read everything. They're saying but it. It just seems like it's more than knows. It is three times as much Sir duke sir. Marmaduke of japan. The japan sea all the disputed islands and the magic numbers of three thirty three thirty three good to hear from sir mark adamant john along with good times and good laughs. They have to be some sad times to. We are just in one of those moments dame astroid we all know. This is the famous Duo our producers from japan sir mark and day mastered dame astra just lost architects yes dame astronaut has just lost her wonderful father klaus thankfully she was with him in italy at the time as you can imagine he was a great man is going to be missed by many especially on lago. Majority wait was a sailing legend. And at the ferrari club which he drove to only a few weeks ago to watch an formula one race his lives on an and rather than sending flowers. I thought it'd be much more appropriate to send donation to you. Which i know will put a big smile on her face. You'll miss you mr klein. We'll all pass on your good wishes to you like you. Pass them on to us after every phone call you made today master.

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