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"spanish island" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Michigan, inviting you to join us as we continue our efforts in crime prevention and assisting crime victims, their families and over 200 law enforcement agencies, please visit our website 1 800 sort of mark the middle weekend of Wimbledon the peak of the tennis season. It might also have provided Rafael Nadal, now 30 for a chance to eclipse Roger Federer for most major singles titles in history. Whatever it is noodle place next he'll be trying to add to his credentials is the greatest player of all time. But Nadal doesn't play tennis so much as he works it blistering the ball with annihilating force, lacing it with somersaulting topspin and imposing his will on the opponent. His relentless approaches strikingly effective. And as we first told you last January, strikingly at odds with the vibe on the Spanish island, where he was born lives now and vows never to leave. The doll invited us to his home town last December during what passes for an off season tennis five weeks most players used to rest up before the start of a new season. Most players but not rough in a doll's way, found him blasting away at practice every morning, deploying his lefty forehand double fisted backhand. Every bit is dialed in, as he is during his matches. Such is his intensity needle requires two sparring partners. His main coach, Carlos Moya, was once the world's number one right player himself. And even he struggled. That was easy, Middle, joked. A little fear for this full disclosure. I've covered a doll for 15 years on the pro tennis tour, but this was our first extended on camera interview. He's fluent in English, but expresses himself more freely in Spanish. You're not laid back when you play tennis. No, you know, I think I'm a very intense person with a lot of energy. I live life in sports at maximum intensity. This is how I feel it. In 2019 the world felt perhaps the best six months stretch of noodles career even by his dizzyingly.
"spanish island" Discussed on FoodStuff
"Thank you to go to the beginning. We must go back to that most Medieval Times. The nineteen sixteen and a rivalry an epic arrived on a small Spanish island then involved barbecue barbecue businessman. Who's a Montana and another restaurant tour? As the story goes Monterey overheard some British tourist discussing night jousting during Medieval Fairs. An Idea. What if he lured more tourists to his orbit? Queue joint via show Yes I I will say that. Most good rivalries involve barbecue but but that is true. Not Enough of them involved jousting so got on him he combined the. Yeah Yeah So he transformed his estate. I into a medieval dinner theater in the nineteen sixties and soon after he opened a second location in Spain Monterey also had interest in Spanish history in particular he cited the Nineteen Sixty One Charlton Heston film Il. Cid It. Sure many of the key aspects of medieval times these original restaurants horses nights jousting later. He even tried to hire Heston dried. Iram but the price I can imagine. I can imagine Charlton Heston in the nineteen sixties. That's a big price tag. I can I can imagine. Would you've horses to feed? Oh Gosh yes. By the one thousand nine hundred eighty S. He had convinced a group of investors to go ahead with the title of Medieval Times the first US location opened in. Orlando Florida less than fifteen minutes away from Disneyworld. Nineteen eighty-three. The castle cost almost four million dollars. Orlando never change never change. Also I didn't include this but I'll add it now because I do think it's funny. They filed multiple lawsuits against competing restaurants in Orlando and one of them. I've been to and it's like a pirate themed. Let's that also wasn't accident. This is back before I maximized all my gosh. It was an interesting experience for sure but yes Orlando Indeed. So when this opened this was on the heels of along people looking down on dinners provided during shows originally stage productions. That provided meals did so primarily to stave off complaints of hunger during long shows but medieval times is different in that it was a live stunt. Show that didn't rely on. Starpower Know Charlton Heston no problem but over a decade from when it opened attendance at that Medieval Times rose from under two hundred thousand to above six hundred thousand. The second location opened in California in nineteen eighty six Beginning two thousand management decreed that choreography must be uniform. Pretty much the entire show across the across all the castles. Yes must be uniform and then whole tragedy in twenty ten. Do Florida locations filed for bankruptcy after the irs came at them for over ten million dollars tax claiming back taxes. Oh acid to file for bankruptcy. So they could pay that the IRS. Heck Look Y'all talking about a scary. I won't say villain but presents in a medieval so perhaps the interest tax could do. It could do it. Okay as of Tony Seventeen. They started replacing the kings with Queens. As of yet there have been female nights and the updated script include lines. Like there'll be no much making tonight and of me as you served my father and forget not that inside half the blood of kings..
"spanish island" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"So when you go now you've got people sort of freaking out like I know the state department said that I don't have to cancel my audience but do I want to cancel my plans out of an over abundance of caution it is a big question mark can a refund of the Canary Islands Spanish island down there you had a doctor from northern Italy went down regulation in a research will do well in this hotel got tested yep he's got code nineteen nine it's about a thousand people is very large hotel down there now are quarantined in their hotel rooms just like on the cruise ship off Japan for the next two weeks to the people we got two more cases today here in London and they were able to trace one back to a contact in northern Italy and another contact from Tenerife so you kind of you can connect the dots if you will but at this stage yeah you don't know if you should go someplace because guess what you might be influencing somebody on the street corner and guess what view with two days or maybe a week or two later you're not feeling so good all right Tom thank you for the update and I will keep an eye on this I know that they'll be you know heavily heavily in northern California trying to figure out where this person in Solano county might have contracted it but you look at how it takes the two week process like you were just saying and then who you come in contact with where you've gone for those two weeks how do you know how do you remember what exactly will be untraceable and if this thing does go down the road of of really escalating it will be on on on no traceable it really well all right thank you so much John take care yeah this is K. F. I. N. K. O. S. T. H. D. to Los Angeles and if we do here anymore on the case in northern California election now let's go and take a look at your drive now robin banks is checking out the ten yeah there's a crash in west Covina is on the western side of the tenant Quente still block the three left to everyone.
"spanish island" Discussed on WTVN
"Kevin Kerr from fat guys in the movie sitting here with us Hey Jackie was serving a lost mix tape yes so this comes to us from Sweden the Swedish woman was visiting or art exhibit and she made an unexpected discovery a cassette mix tape that she lost her on a trip to Spain more than twenty years earlier was part of the exhibit still Weddle said she was vacation with her family in Spain in the early nineteen nineties when she was only twelve years old and she lost her mix tape is the tape was lost in the the imperial brava or or the Spanish island of Milos more maraca maraca L. rock no remote remote mode is not sister was visiting the gallery and stylistic gallery or gallery stock home of more than twenty years after she lost the tape when she spotted the water damage cassette in the tracklist British artist and photographer Mandy Barker who C. of artifacts exhibition about the plastic pollution is affecting our our waters so the tape washed up in twenty seventeen on a beach at the plough it implies the war Barlow vento day young on future Ventura which is a Spanish island off the coast of Africa no dis okay just dark the island is about twelve hundred miles from where she believes she lost the tape Barker said she enlisted the help of a professional audio restorer who was able to list the tracks which included songs by shaggy Bob Marley and the Wailers the Pet Shop Boys soul asylum and multiple Disney songs making it the worst mix tape ever may all she was immediately fines for littering pyxis holy moly are you okay shaggy fine Bob Marley okay pet shop boys soul asylum and then a bunch of Disney crammed well said she took a photo of the tracklist of the exhibition and compared to the mix CD she used to create the tape that had all of the co authors of the copy it all songs except for the first two on the CD which wells said she left off the tape for some purpose I always made tapes from CD's at that this time to listen to them with my Walkman especially on holiday and I think that the tape I could have lost more than twenty years ago have been found was incredible Barker said she was shocked when Weddle contacted her because why would you she said I was trying to find out when I read her email the like I could believe it was shock all around the songs to start were damaged but further in the songs were as clear as they would be today it shows how long plastic can exist in the C. workers of the tape will be returned to her once the exhibition is completed it's torture who else wants it not on plastic it's on tape on tape tape is not plastic Hey no I don't think it is you know what I want to know I want to know what those other two songs were just to hear you groan if the funds are low the resumes CVS del I found your mixtape will put it in runaway train whistle while you work well you get all the what a great trip this is going to be what was what was that the what we're supposed to be about about littering or stuff stuff washed on shore from for plastics it will have washed on shore from the ocean that's fabulous so this lady just me just accidentally loses her mixtape accidentally someone hit it from me she actually looked it was directed at the dead all the trip was tired here is oh my god I just chucked it in this the artist and the artist finds it goes example of somebody who didn't care about throwing garbage and Stella goes eight nine that's okay made seventeen lasting pain we can't have western girls in the C. well alright Jackie still going strong though all the of all the bands that are on the table there was a man only shaggy is I think still looking music Disney still around doing what is he still around yeah I guess they don't say I mean it could have been was light it could have been like well maybe twenty years ago sort of like a little star soundtrack you got a friend in me to me along with the red Weston girls or hood damn well do your fees yeah run leagues for a run away train into part of your world recast lane I'm gonna give you that's why missing ones Hey there this is a great this is a great rock and track I really enjoy it in the search it was a loss so but someone took that from her and threw it away yeah back to the ocean will do the same they're going to follow up on exhibit about what happens when you burn plastic I'm sorry Poseidon but this belongs to you now and once we came up with the tracklisting for for this cassette we were really sorry that we had Jack given what about texting them yes so this comes to us from Australia where a man in Australia he's played guilty to a charge of talking on a hand held cell phone while riding a horse other cases involves thirty year old author your man in New South Wales Australia he and his horse were stopped by police officers after he was seen holding the cell phone to his ear and then on texting while riding on the rule road in October the muji local court magistrate said under the road rules a horse is a vehicle and he did not have a hands free device fitted to the horse my question is where do you plug in your U. S. B. don't ask I had someone charged with being drunk on a horse before but just wants the judge said after meeting the case was a first for him okay the defense lawyer Tim Kaine said his client was putting guilty because he concedes that the horse was in motion West Virginia senator Tim Kaine has actually built differently okay it's it's not West Virginia senator it's Virginia wasn't Virginia center Anze virgins and it was just your members and he was just on wait wait don't tell me yep he called the matter trivial in the extreme especially the rule rural area where animals are former transport man was told the charge will be expunged from his record if he stays out of trouble for three months what happened to the horse was the horse charge a horse was as sensory was impounded in later crushed into a cube just to be me maybe that's what you do with vehicles in Australia that horse was the glue that kept the case together plastic which question into a queue that's all they wouldn't really in.
"spanish island" Discussed on KCBS All News
"The Australian Open is the world's number one ranked player adding to his case as the greatest player of all time but it all doesn't play tennis so much as he works it blistering the ball with annihilating force lacing it with somersaulting topspin imposing his will on the opponent his relentless approaches strikingly effective in strikingly at odds with the vibe on the Spanish island where he was born leaves now invalid never to leave it all invited us to his home town last month during what passes for an off season in tennis five weeks most players used to rest up before the start of a new season with no one for the dial we found him blasting away at practice every morning deploying his lefty forehand double fisted back he every bit as dialed in as he is during his match such is his intensity the doll requires two sparring partners his main oil was once the world's number one ranked player himself he struggled that was easy the dollar joked but I I wouldn't see the full disclosure I've covered a doll for fifteen years on the pro tennis tour but this was our first extended on camera interview he's fluent in English but expresses himself more freely in Spanish you're not laid back when you play tennis tell your knowing about something I think I'm a very intense person with a lot of energy I mean I I love what I live life and supports a maximum intensity this is how I feel that in twenty nineteen the world perhaps the best six month stretch the middles career even by his dizzyingly high standards he won the French Open of course the this will title on the red clay of Paris more than any player in history has won any major in September in New York he reeled off the shot of the year watch this no over the next round yes this is legal on his way to winning the US open for a fourth time by the time he Kerry Steen to Davis Cup title already number one in the world he's turned closing out the season on time as one observer put it even at this stage of his career the doll please like he's broke we would for charging former SBI what hive cutthroat ambition would produce this kind of ruthless competitor actually it's my work the largest of Spain's Bullard islands a patchwork of turquoise coves mountain ranges rolling meadows my or conflicts comfortably in the Mediterranean think of it is something akin to a tennis ball Spain volleyed in the direction of Italy the usual historical suspects Carthaginian Romans and mortars all left their mark here how many generations of Nadal's have been on this island best on this many noble class quite a few what is it like to you coming back to my work after spending time on the road but I mean what I'm I only come back to America means coming back to a normal life and normal life makes me happy the whole etcetera but I find I'm not just laughing on the tennis player I become but often another human being again new dollars so would catch to the place that would floods ravage my York in twenty eighteen he put down his racket grabbed a broom and became just another volunteer the island raised him so too did his parents grandparents uncles and aunts three generations of the dolls living together quite literally on top of each other in this apartment block in the small town of mine a core cool me deal on held play professional soccer in gave rob on his first glimpse of life under stadium like seven until one enough on my wrist managed to have a peaceful normal life he said again I love so yes most of his family and for me that was a very good example in black but it was another uncle Toni Nadal then a local tennis instructor who recognized Rafa's talent no no I meant the logical school normally when you throw the ball to most kids they wait for the ball to come to them a lot of anger but when he was three years old he went straight for there were no perks to being the instructors nephew quite the opposite tell me single them out making him pick up balls and sweep the court after practice hardly one of it was kind of you I I wanted to prepare my nephew for the future and they thought the future will be very difficult you say you were tough were you too tough sometimes still it was out of the question at Rafah would leave home and his uncle's coaching to attend an academy this day than the doll family operates as a tightly knit clan the ten rock those big matches together the toast his successes together they can call to celebrate right from the start the Donald isn't instant fina thousand five weeks you turn nineteen he won his first French Open his stubborn refusal to surrender in the speed he can generate with a flick of the wrist always made a mere unbeatable on clay court yet the signature moment of the dolls entire career came on grass Wimbledon in two thousand seven the doll was closed to dethrone sports and reading king Roger Federer to win the tournament for the first time then in keeping with the unfortunate the movement golf career his body betrayed him a knee injury this time do you remember how low you were after that two thousand seven Wimbledon final that is to I was sad and I was angry with myself enough we got back because I wasn't able to indoor I meant I meant to lead the pain the suffering and the tension left and she we don't got another shot the following year in what's been called the greatest match ever played see he pulled his with dinner spoon back you have rain delay rob the conferred with his uncle okay the William Yankee again telling you at that point I thought Rafael was more likely to lose than to win Yankee hill there until he looked up at me and said relax I'm not going to lose this match hello my whole navy federal wins but I'm not going to lose winning Wimbledon was a dream I got out late on a ride or genuine beating Roger in the way one when a cell in a way that is something I will never forget the Donald didn't just overcome federal he confronted another persisted nemesis the Dow in his head you would say to me if I don't feel doubt I'm going to be in trouble doubt is very important to my success what you mean by that another man who asks if you don't have doubts it probably means that you're being arrogance most athletes might think the exact opposite that that delta bad you're you're saying doubts are almost a power strength yeah but I think I think so yes I think it's good for me because then I feel alert and then he says when the part because tennis is a sport where things can change very quickly online that I'm a yeah that's the great beauty of our support area beauty of the doll for all his focus and aggression he's also unfailingly sporting which sometimes distinguishes him from calling you a broken too many rackets in competition have you how many you know the total yes say what is it zero zero never broken a racket what what what is it about me family and my family he wouldn't have allowed me to break a racquet and but I mean I'm better money in that breaking a racquet means I'm not in control of my mission was the honest in full control of his emotions at least until the last point he's a mass nineteen majors only one behind Roger Federer's record of twenty but in this rivaled sports rivalry Nadal leads the head to head matchups twenty four to sixteen if it a long interview and not been asked about Roger Federer the father you know and another I'd be delighted arrival colleague a friend what was your relationship program vocal at all I think it's a little bit of everything the most and Ellen we had a very intense rivalry throughout our careers but it's been a very healthy rivalry silent it's respectful right then I spoke to us I mean I got a moment we've also reached a stage in our lives where we are able to appreciate that it's not just about winning Nidal did admit to being jealous of Federer in one respect do you ever envy the the health of your rivals say yes sometimes I do advocate shoe the my rebels have faced for your injuries and I've had to say one of the theories with your injuries is that you practice and play with so much intensity that it it takes a physical price is that something you agree with not on a lesser known or I don't know as I look at them and I was told that for many years I was told that because of the way I play I would never have a very long career but Hey I'm still here this is the final set of McDonald's career uncle Tony stepped aside in Rafah has a new voice in his ear Carlos Moya is naturally hello my orchid what percent of his intensity did you have when you were a player ten percent to ten percent drop in and out and yet you come from the same place that he's a different one on me hearing my Erica we are like easy except that he's accepted at the doll turned his sleepy hometown of mine a core into a worldwide tennis destination the rough in the dollar Cantonese a sprawling complex for enthusiasts inspiring prunes when we asked the doll if you ever considered moving his operation as if to emphasize the point he switched to English to answer honestly not a lot of people the US because of Texas for me it was difficult to take that position because I have all the people that I love here and I will win much more money if I moved to another place but moving to another place if I'm not happy should could be very very expensive last October Nadal married his longtime girlfriend Maria Francisco Perry yep she's my organ too she helps run the dolls charitable foundation intends to avoid the public on the we found them together one night hosting a group of donors how did you ask her to marry well we have to do yes and it only took us to a plot of land he bought recently where he and his wife will eventually break ground on the new family home he told us he'd planned to have kids by now then again he also thought he'd be off the tour by this is a part of my car bye bye this living there your parents live across the bay yeah aside I aids with because I have the ball to obey close so that helps the grease you keep about here yeah yes in thirty minutes and with three minutes here the vote you're out out Mediterranean only one problem with this spot the problem here is the the kids during the summer lego then they jump because because there's nobody in the house they come up and they come back you know they could they come from inside the properties of the hang out for my work at his rock Rafa's away playing tennis the one we don't want to his property and jump off the cliff and that's that's that's the have you jumped off of yeah well a couple of times this is where you maybe it was the effects of being back home maybe it's because he is back on top we filmed Rafael Nadal ready to take the measure of his entire surpassing career you've had some incredible victories and you've had some cutting losses what is more intense the joy of winning or the pain of losing and then and depends on the moment the I'm and then a study that unfortunately in life more often we remember the negative things because they have a greater impact on us and as Dennis in tennis it's a little different now than today okay you'll have a think over my career about the about okay okay see the not a moment that much and I have been happier with my victories not that I have been upset with my defeats I think good stuff font will get caught up.
"spanish island" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"With Intel yes like John thing Clinton lets you thing today the economy never grow again why would you get out of the stock market and the stock market in the and its reflection of global economic growth small is the economy grows the stock market will rise and intelligent whose first people do that because they're afraid to implode and the truth is it will but no one knows when I wish we had that crystal ball because then I would warn all about in the course of the and that would be that would be fantastic if we have that information you know what the deal and starts with very low there's no real right we live in a world where everyone knew that there would be no hi expected return rate your money your well with Joe Anderson C. F. P. and big al clothesline CPA Saturdays at ten AM on seven sixty KFMB subscribe to the podcast that your money your wealth dot com you're listening to a M. seven sixty KFMB now back to sixty minutes cracked the sport's top ten as a teenager all muscle tanks and long hair next week at the improbable age of thirty three he enters the Australian Open is the world's number one ranked player adding to his case as the greatest player of all time but it all doesn't play tennis so much as he works it blistering the ball with annihilating force lacing it was somersaulting topspin in imposing his will on the opponent is relentless approach is strikingly effective in strikingly at odds with the vibe on the Spanish island where he was born leaves now invalid never to leave it all invited us to his home town last month during what passes for an off season in tennis five weeks most players used to rest up before the start of a new season it's not often enough we found him blasting away at practice every morning deploying his lefty forehand double fisted backing every bit as dialed in as he is during his match also such is his intensity it all requires to sparring partners his main oil was once the world's number one ranked player himself he struggled that.
"spanish island" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Again set at country clubs in on barbers lawns Rafael Nadal broke that mold when she cracked the sport's top ten as a teenager all muscle tanks and long hair next week at the improbable age of thirty three he enters the Australian Open it's the world's number one ranked player adding to his case as the greatest player of all time but it all doesn't play tennis so much as he works it blistering the ball with annihilating force lacing it with somersaulting topspin in imposing his will on the opponent is relentless approaches strikingly effective in strikingly at odds with the vibe on the Spanish island where he was born leaves now invalid never to leave it all invited us to his home town last month during what passes for an off season in tennis five weeks most players used to rest up before the start of a new season but often the dollar we found him blasting away at practice every morning deploying his lefty forehand double fisted backing every bit as dialed in as he is during his match such is his intensity it all requires to sparring partners is made because once the world's number one ranked player himself he struggled it was easy the dog joked the full.
Spain discussed on Leo Laporte
"Seven people including two children have been killed when a helicopter and a small plane crashed in mid air in Spain helicopter was on a sight seeing tour today when it collided with the plane on the Spanish island of Majorca part of the wreckage landed their houses in a rural
"spanish island" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"They were good to me. Everybody else was, according to your credits, and I know who those people and today I treat them to certain way they want wanna give you money on thanking. I'm not going to be hypocrite. It's forgotten about. But I know who you know, who's day in the beginning, we it because when I went home, I sat across from people couple nights at different dinners. And while I was eating dinner with them. I looked at them like, oh, these people on my friend before I ever sold the ticket these people were my friend before. I even thought about comedies, people with my friends when. They were getting abused for being my friends like they will get abused. Fucking hanging out with a junkie, just robbed their friend's house. And all this shit. And it made me think of a story, I told on one of the Ari shows about my mother had a friend Ryan, and they will always tight for years. And my mother had a couple of different friends. I you know, I pay attention to him, I tired, because he always give me fifty bucks, and, you know, and she always did coke in front of me. And I liked that as a kid. She did coke anyway, church in a restaurant, and hotel, and the beach, she would just do a blast just to get a reaction, and you'll be, and I would just like what you're saying. Thing, but she really came through my mother's last two years on this planet. My mother was struggling. And now she started she was a drug dealer in Manhattan. She had her own little spot Spanish island, and she made millions and she started coming over to jersey at man, I didn't really know what was going on. They weren't lesbians and nothing but they would just DEA friends, she was sleeping on the couch. They would go to attract together and then one day my mother died. And you know in reality, my mother had a brother. My mother had an ex husband. She was the first person I call and she came over and set up the funeral. We went identified the body together, and she picked out a dress for her, and then it was her against my stepdad, and she knew my stepdad shop people criminal. She didn't give a fuck. She took control the way she started throwing people out in the wake. She choked to fucking funeral director for putting the wrong dress on my brother off. I mean it was fucking classic. But then she did something that went the ordinary. She. Made a promise at the weight that she would take care of me. And I was like this, why that my mother's wake taught me a lot about light which why you never see me funeral yet because I can't deal with them. Because in my heart, I want to go up to people rally didn't let you, you don't like him get out of here. You didn't like robbery you accused him of doing that. It's getting fuck out at you. You gotta go to one of those people. So before I go inside thrown people out and calling people start off his fight. I don't go to those standards because I goes back to my mother's funeral. I lived in I live people said to me if you need something call. And after my mother died, they changed their phone number. But Surata was my mother's friend. She would she would come over and give me two hundred dollars every Sunday. She bring me over a nickel bag, and if I was in a rut, I would go into the city and she'd give me cash, Dan, I started getting blow from her and then it went sideways. And one day I stopped talking to one thing that she did was. She called that my dad on the. On the. Headstone. She called my dad personally and said, what's going on with the headstone, and he goes, well, we have to let it sit with the concrete settled, the, the ground settle and she's like old school cube. She's like what the fuck are you talking about? You got thirty fucking days to go, then put that headstone down sixty days came, I step that never did, she took a yellow cab from Spanish Harlem, and went the his business and how the cabinet started calling him a cont..
"spanish island" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And I remember looking at this man thinking, I don't know how you can do this and Savary after so much time. He couldn't what loved ones of police who have taken. Their lives have learned and later, the weakened politics, immigration and investigation, the history of a storied Hollywood, hideaway and pulled work Hubin American radio soaps and the story of agent double o nine, I our newscast, which Saturday may eighteen two thousand nineteen. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Amy held some of President Trump's allies are speaking out against reported federal plans to fly hundreds of migrants weekly, from the Mexico border to Florida, Republican governor Rhonda Santa says his state cannot accommodate them tax our resources, the schools, the healthcare law enforcement state agencies customs and border protection officials say, there are no immediate plans in the works to transport families to Florida, the US has lifted punishing tariffs on imports of Mexican and Canadian steel and aluminum as Dan carpenter reports Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is welcoming. The move Trudeau says the tariffs twenty five percent on steel and ten percent on aluminum were a major barrier to moving forward with the new North American Free trade deal. Now that they'd been lifted the two governments can set a timeline for ratification of that deal. Washington auto will lift the tariffs and Canada's county. Her measures within forty eight hours and end all litigation before the WTO Austria's vice-chancellor has resigned after video emerged, appearing to show him offering government contracts in exchange for political support NPR's on Norris. Kevin has more from Berlin, a video film secretly on the Spanish island off a Beasley shortly before Austria's election in two thousand seventeen shows. Hines Cassange Travis speaking to a woman posing as a Russian investor. He appears to offer her lucrative contracts in exchange for assistance with his party's media campaign. The woman also offers to buy fifty percent stake in Austria's cone, inside them to use the newspaper to support his.
"spanish island" Discussed on Rose Buddies
"A second analysis indicated that individual taste ratings of this pizza tended to be inversely related to how much consumed. This is fantastic basically saying if you pay less for the all you can eat buffet, you will eat less, but you pay more you will eat a lot more. And then you're gonna feel like such shit at the end of it that you're gonna be like that was terrible. Buffet costs forty dollars. That'd be like. Wow. I wanna eat forty dollars worth of food. So you really cashed in for me paid sixty dollars, and I had an incredible rib roast and those weird potatoes. And some barbecue wings all at the same time. Thank you DisneyWorld. And I was like I'm need to go back and eat more and more and more because it doesn't feel like I've got my money's worth. And then piglet rolled up. And I was like never mind. Yeah. Ironically, piglet you have kept me from over consuming. This. Thank you for your service. Was your first thing. My first thing is also a tribute to our travels, okay? It's my orcas. Yes. Is we hadn't San Juan? Yes. This is a new passion of mine. Oh, my orcas. It's fun to say even more fun to eat. It's fun to look at and fantasize about. So we had never been to Puerto Rico this true. And I want to provide a small disclaimer, which is that we went there on a cruise ship and spent all of maybe four hours if that you spent maybe two hours before we had to go back and take a nap. And then we went outside for another forty five minutes where he got caught in the rain and go back to the to the boat, but we had a fucking great time in that very limited time span. But I would say I would say are you maybe that we still have not been deport Areco? So we were in old San Juan and one of the things you can find there is my orcas, which actually so that's named after the Spanish island where they originated in Markelle the actual region. They call it. And samata. Okay. Which is a pastry product. It is a sweet soft bun that is a kind of a spiral shape yet. Imagined sort of a laminated almost like what's the like, it was crispy almost like a crispy croissant like a thin crispy croissant with with cool stuff inside. Yeah. Exactly. So the restaurant. We went to was Bumba Nira. Which there's a article in the New York Times for twenty thirteen all about that restaurant closed briefly. This woman wrote about it 'cause she grew up going there. And then when it closed she talks about trying to create her own replication. Oh, wow. They're dish of huge, thanks to Lynn for this adjusted on that otherwise we would not have known where to go at all. So the quilt bun is buttered and press flat with a Griddle and then sprinkled with confectioner's sugar. Yes, we had them on sandwich. Like in a soon sandwich. Yeah. But you can also get them filled with custard cream or almond puree or ice cream. Chocolate apricots. Yes, it's very choose your own adventure. It's very much like collages for. I mean, they're they're different in substance, but they are similar in freedom. So the first written reference to this pastry was back in the seventy. Eighteen th century. At that time. Although wheat flour was mainly used for making bread. There's evidence that this pastry product was made for festivals and celebrations. I imagine it's very difficult to make these. Yes. So the article talks about this recipe, you can find on a website called the Nasha ary tells you how to make them in your own oven and the reviews, I guess are relatively positive as far as taste goes. But the person that wrote the article so that they kind of ballooned to a out of control size when she made them herself. I mean, incoming of laminated pastry like this is such a pain in the ass to make. And that is why I just got flour water sugar aids. But the the weather use lard or vegetable shortening and how much kind of makes the difference..
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"In and near the area. Last night. We were able to mobilize a couple of those teams into some of the hardest hit areas were deeply concerned about Mexico beach and the areas between Appalachia in Panama City beach. Hundreds of thousands are without power and in places like Panama City residents are being told to boil their water before drinking it many roads closed cell phone towers are down in preliminary damage. Estimates are in the billions help from tennis superstar Rafael doll on the Spanish island of my Llorca. He was spotted swinging not a tennis racket, but a broom as he assisted in the cleanup of damaging flash floods on the Spanish island, at least ten people are known to have been killed others are still missing. The Dow owns a tennis camp on the island. He's offered it for shelter for homeless victims the into a rather the search for more victims continues as does the cleanup on the island of may. Orca wins. News time ten twenty six. Now, Bloomberg money watch on ten to wins. And here's Andrew O'day. It's easy to tell inflation which feeds the case for higher interest rates. Was a big worry. For Wall Street yesterday is the main index tumbled three to four percent each because as soon as we got this morning's big reading of inflation, the considerable declines for stock futures vanished. But like a bungee jump the snap back from the deepest depths doesn't always last long futures fell back again, then went up again. And by the time of the opening bell at nine thirty. We were headed a couple of ways right now and subject to change this day, perhaps more than most days. The Dow right now is losing sixty two points. A couple of minutes ago was down just about twenty following the Dow's eight hundred thirty two point loss yesterday the NASDAQ's three hundred sixteen point plunge yesterday and the SAP's ninety five point tumble yesterday right now, the NASDAQ though losing just eight s and p five hundred down ten points, even as declining stocks outnumbered advancing stocks about two one at the big board turnaround came as the Commerce Department posted the September consumer price index showing less than forecast point one percent month-to-month increase in retail prices the year to year increase of two point three percent. Also was less than forecast helping hold back..
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"Wife of a jailed international banker as the first target of a new anti corruption law. Mira had GSA whose husband was convicted of. Wording, millions through Azerbaijan's largest Bank spent more than twenty million dollars. The London department store Harrods over a decade. She's been told to explain the source of her wealth. She denies any wrongdoing. A massive storm bearing down on the coast of Florida in the United States is expected to be the most destructive to hit the area in a century. Jane O'Brien is in Washington as hurricane Michael approached the Gulf Coast of Florida, the national weather service state capital Tallahassee issued a dramatic appeal to residents in its path to comply with the vacuum. Asian orders, but with conditions already deteriorating. Florida's governor Rick Scott said it was already too late for people living on the coast. A storm surge of up to four meters at expected in some areas, which the governor said was not survivable the category. Four hurricane appears to be strengthening making it poised to become the strongest hurricane on record to hit the region. You're listening to the latest world news from the BBC. Police have raided several of Belgium's top football clubs as part of a major investigation into alleged fraud and money laundering linked to play transfers local news reports say a prominent agent has been arrested in connection with the probe. Dozens of premises across the country were targeted involving more than two hundred police officers further raids also took place in France, Luxembourg, Cyprus, Montenegro, Serbia and Macedonia. Flash floods on the Spanish island of Majorca, an ano to killed at least ten people including tourists with a five year old boys. Still unaccounted for in one area enough rain to fill three bathtubs every square meter value. Just a few hours guy. Hedge co reports the town of Santa rents discarded side on the east of the island for the brunt of the flooding water, severely damaged buildings washed away trees and sent cars floating through the town hundreds of people stranded in their homes. Dozens of others were evacuated. Rainfall had been expected last night. But nothing like this downpour which experts say was freakish both in terms of its volume and the way it was so highly localized several hundred Ethiopian soldiers of marched into the prime minister's office in the capital Addis Ababa demanding a salary increase. According to the state broadcaster. They were allowed into the compound and held discussions with prime minister, Abby Ahmed, the situation was reportedly resolved. But no details of the agreement were given while this happened. There was no internet in the city. The United States is accused of his weight and government of involvement in the death of an opposition politician Fernando Albain earlier this week the authorities in Venezuela alleged that Mr. Albain who was fifty six a jumped out of a window of a notorious intelligence services detention center in Caracas he'd been arrested for alleged involvement the explosion of two drones during a military parade led by President Nicolas Madura BBC. News. We're at a moment of all hands on deck emergency for democracy historian, Nancy McLean. She intended to write a story about public education. I ended up on research trail that led me to Charles coke her book democracy in chains follows a trail from Brown versus board of education to Chile to right here in
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"That he may be able to be resuscitated but he is in a plants state that is a full trance today bad i forget the term it's called the spiral of someone's from the break was called the spiral of the spanish islands that a minority view like abolitionist 1901 about one percent the population agip percent if you have social lots of social pressure if it gets attacked it will try to selfcensor that's what they do is they have an artificial spiral of silence in these systems and but have them in place shows the artificial botched come in heard you and then the next time they heard you just a little bit by increment pretty soon they could move you for being a libertarian kind of liberal person to an absolute cult leader or cult follower who will follow anything there told sensor anything attack anybody you name it and that's even with scientists call facebook is the follow work factory and they can produce whatever they want bennett was all tested i remember sixteen years ago being allowed him to the houtte psychology department restricted areas and was all about this they had the monkeys and age assam overcame rather another sicilian bashed dravo cnn for twenty miles away booked all land and they just had flicker rates there were having watch television and practicing manipulating brain waves and it was all for screen flicker it was all darpa fund now is only allowed maybe a minute to see it by some of its all as you say it it's a no brainer a big burki waterfilled was the one you need period need a waterfilled or the removes corinne fluoride pharmaceuticals epa and other endocrine disruptors pesticides bacteria viruses a much more white and does it all at only two cents per gallon did the original most trusted name and gravity water filtration big burki the dow.
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"Candor got married over the weekend off they did it in it be saw he marietta lara croft he actually so pretty she is uh and he's just too he's a sea ice doug is awesome he's back nida he's back data put the ring on with his mind brushed mild i didn't know that it's a maze of pretty cool uh the love birds exchanged vows ads lug garang zsa farmstead resort in front of friends and family you know the rumor without spend a right oxygen has a big penis ja uh in photographs captured on the sunday a on sunday by the daily mail the candor and faz bender are wearing bans on the ring fingers on the pictures they largest they're having a good time yeah it looks glenwood you know look at the the careers on fire he's megido she's lara croft now before the ceremony the pair was spotted hang on the spanish island on friday of a candor was wearing a white summary gown with a matching sunglasses and fast better showing off his absence shorts in and unbuttoned shirt yeah like we all do show for abson stuff in our shores ensure uh they got to know each other during the shooting of two thousand sixteen the light between oceans in which for candor played his wife and while promoting the movie the camera told entertainment weekly that she and fast better like to keep their private life just that pride it i should is he said i i think we've made a clear statement that we keep certain things just between us a she said it was a very easy to unite but that's quite personal they made their public debut as a couple of the golden globes last year and now they are husband and isn't that special it's a good couple i think these two i think bella yeah a couple ethic they'll go the district couple we'll see the disgraced glee star mark sailing this is the pedophile yet may have attempted suicide for pleading guilty to possession of child pornography tmz reports according the website selling attempted to slit his wrist on august twenty second selling men allegedly pat linked panicked and screamed at the.
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"The runway eight hundred people dead my dad was still in the faa when that happened he was still a an accident investigate and that was the worst crash it never happened on the air happen on the ground so there you go some contact lawyer was up side seventy eight seventy nine how it's okay ten arief t n e r a f e in the canary islands as the spanish island and yeah the tower controllers were watching the world cup they were distracted a qualifier in watching a qualifier there the aired the rub the airport with fog in they didn't see the panam missed the peel off the taxiway and they sent kale it the last words of the calum pilot a dutchman delays last words were he him alone peng kaka heaven and pancakes that's the equivalent of holy crap to a dutchman oh and enormously an america would would've said hanley f wording ass and then karanka but no the dutchman said heaven and pancakes and then he hit the pan am plane wilder decorative this abruptly local uh sunday including air and air to ground a trivia kfi am 640 more stimulating talk michael shapiro the news kaitlan jeter fairly says his can is that a rerun for the us senate in california the la times says dinner a transgender activists said that she is considering a run and as he likes the political side of it in a radio interview in new york she's apparently eyeing diane feinstein seed in 2018 she says he's going to make a decision within the next few months generals a life long republican and supporter of president trump and his brought to you by you the con global firefighter still working on the fire burning in santa barbara county the fire has burned more than eighteen thousand acres it's thirty six percent contained a fire was reported i july eight them feminism mountains on both sides of the highway 1 fifty four local officials say the twenty seven other people have been evacuated seventeen homes have been destroyed by the.