34 Burst results for "Swansea"

Sales Conversations vs Sales Cycles, with Gopkiran Rao

Accelerate!

03:49 min | 3 months ago

Sales Conversations vs Sales Cycles, with Gopkiran Rao

"Gopi. Welcome to the show. Andy glad to be here. Thanks so much for having me on what's pleasure. It's been awhile since we spoke. Yeah i was actually looking at some old emails and realize we lost in september of last year. When i think he were on the verge of your arm your some of back to san diego said it has been awhile. Yeah so where have you been sheltering during the pandemic while. I'm quite fortunate and i find myself here. In twin peaks in san francisco epicenter of what feels like is rallies. Sinner coming to grips for this for this crisis that yup fortunate to be here with the family and in some strange ways not missing not being on a plane a lot of the time. Yeah i have that exact feeling. I've i've had this conversation. I've told people that. I've only i think about playing twice during the pandemic and just going back and forth in new york and san diego but its first time was i was paralyzed because Accustomed to packing a bag every week or every two weeks and three months and i i didn't know what to do. Amazing you you do have to read train yourself a little bit as opposed to you Not just surviving but chiming in intensely physical yet flow within vitamin what. You're working faithless. And that's been interesting. I think for so many people in some fans well so along the science. What's what's the biggest lesson you've learned about yourself personally during the pandemic autographed question you know. I think they're the necessity of human contact and yet the ability of the human to walk around the inability to make human contact That sounds like a play on words. Suppose i was trying to be travel there. But behind that sentiment and the i personally swansea request more directly have always taught best when i was in a physical setting in line with the people and that somehow grow creative process collaborative communication and foster coming to a decision that made the real and i think that's probably true for a lot of people that are prescribed to the analogue model also trading. Managing right producing. And i've been shocked by how quickly because it was forced to together with my immediate team and my extended team in. What is you know. A big global company to begin with just made have embraced a variety of agile. Principles have embraced. This idea that will happen to the flow of life and not the other way around that micro communication and micra. Collaboration actually sports more communication and creativity and the learning. I think it's that change. You know this is something that i'm in a fishing been comfortable with but i think being able to adapt to this bushwick marmon has actually made me feel that a lot of things site i thought about starting temps hiring recruiting physicians. Can actually i can make those things remote environments and On the flip side. And i think it's it's really helped me understand. The value of embracing book fits to people's lives choices and Around those have been good things overall.

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"swansea" Discussed on ExtraTime

ExtraTime

05:30 min | 4 months ago

"swansea" Discussed on ExtraTime

"Afc signed a new right back. Crean kim moon lawn is an irrational is a ton of caps sort of in his mid twenties. He seems excited seem excited about that. Probably tells you maybe what they think about the center back position may be trimmed. Blackman pushing inside Certainly the indiana har- Attempt did not work out for either party in that sense. Ellie galaxy signed. jonathan bond. Hasn't played a ton has a us passport so they won't have to use international spot but a goalkeeper. He needs an opportunity he goes to l. Afc we'll see if he gets the opportunity there. The dynamo win max rudy. They also tyler pasher from india. Eleven and montreal gone the other way. Got kiki strewn. A- this was a very middle table back and forth from these two sides. If you have thoughts chime in let me know really camacho last year. Who went in the other direction. I don't even know no. It wasn't was it rudy. I don't think it was really no was a cabrera. Victor cabrera so just move them around in that in that order. Fc dallas went out and signed left winger from venezuela on loan. Freddy vargas from deportivo lara. we'll see if that works out for the is around him though big chance. Creator scored some absurd goals. Twenty one years old again. It seems like dallas has no wing depth coming into the so. They're starting to load up and i have the option to buy december. He just signed a two year deal. Franco survey been winger. Maybe nyc afc for ten million td dono argentine. We'll see in orlando with him. I don't know yeah. So he was rumored to orlando week or two ago plus other. Mls teams and now it seems like nyc afc. Somebody's got a good agent andres race. It has done. He was inter miami last year. rebels making it official from august. You know they're bringing in the young centreback which then makes sense. I was reporting that. The rebels are listening to offers for tim which i feel like every window. Now that is reported that they're listening to offers for ten parker immune. It's been like three straight win. Those i think at this point with this finally the window it. It probably is. Because everything i've heard is that the rebels are are open for business like there is no player on that roster other than probably and clark who is who is safe Which is fine. You have new. You know you have a new manager coming in you have a sporting director who is kind of like still settling into the job a little bit and clearly wants to make moves so this is This is to be expected. I don't love the reassigning He granted last year was a tough year and he's a young kid But he did not look like an mos caliber centreback But you know the red bulls have a longer track record with this sort of thing than i do so as probably give them the benefit of the doubt now on the fcc for par..

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"swansea" Discussed on ExtraTime

ExtraTime

05:48 min | 4 months ago

"swansea" Discussed on ExtraTime

"Selected one with austin you look at the needs of the next teams. It's how many players Teams need that number eight to come in and right away and make an impact not too many cristian. Don would tell you that you'd better off waiting for the right team and the right fair right. Yeah at who's the seventh picture for like just just knocking secondary o'clock we take. Can we say it's ourselves need everything. Take david go striker luther. No they're not gonna take striker here. they're gonna take danny. Pereira is the best player left on on the board and while he doesn't fit in immediate need for them There to deeper lying midfielders in damir kreilach and everton. Louise are both well into their thirties. So he does fit kind of as a an heir apparent if you can go out there and out compete Like nick beasley Portfolio and win that the flexibility alone. I mean you get a dice. Roll here for essentially free on your cap. So that's worth it and a lot of ways to portland timbers at the eighth slot where you go enzi easy so we look at the roster pretty stacked when it comes to taking talent Midfield talent you look in the back. They're weak back. Just let go of. I still elsewhere. Gno or abf is gone. Eight and stanley he was at duke is a left-back. He's almost like a the mold. Of a chris tierney but probably a little bit more athletic but good left-back serves in a dangerous balls can get up and down physical athletic. They're going to go with him. Sign sign him up. It's it's an easy pick for for portland timbers. They need help outside back. You could also go for keeper. Pick charlie hedge it now. You took back incidentally. So that's what this draft is about as well you need. Those deaths spots at outside back another positions. Want to spend money on here. You go portland timbers got some vancouver whitecaps doyle is a little bit more obvious on this one than was real salt lake for you. It's not because if you look at this team they they're like the rosters actually pretty deep so they can just go with whatever they they perceive to be the best player on the board almost regardless of position and at that point. Now i'm looking through my depth chart and holy on compla- charlie. We can't pick him yet. We cannot officially signed yet. I i think. I'm going to go with a draft left from from denver. He's a converted attacker now. Granted that they that makes them three deep at left back at this point. But i'm not sure that eliade non is going to be there throughout the twenty twenty one season so i think just being able to take a guy who projects as a player who can get forward and maybe make a difference in attack in this league From program that has been putting players into mls. I don't want to say this is a no brainer But this is not one that gonna over thick. If you have to have a left back dp you just gotta do it. Also spike plays left back the kingfisher. I don't know if he has knew that the mascot there in vancouver nobody that nobody read that piece school with a callback to his own. It's just you know the great in the great tradition of the that you've taught me doyle inch and maybe more so ceylan..

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"swansea" Discussed on ExtraTime

ExtraTime

05:46 min | 4 months ago

"swansea" Discussed on ExtraTime

"If you're dom doesn't fit. What gabriel heinze wants to Wants to do so. I i just think you know it with atlanta's roster being what it is. They don't have an obvious place that they need to fill. So whoever you know whatever the the previous pixar they're going with best talent available here. And so calvin harris it is charleston harris. I mean you're all up real quick for you to with at this point One of the names we haven't mentioned is ethan. Barlow out of washington who is rumored to be generation adidas centreback. How much would that have changed. What you've done so far in that. Is he better than the centrebacks you pick as a gi centreback. Would he pushed into these five picks so far consensus amongst the people. I've talked to is that. If he does sign a j deal he will. He won't drop pass number three. So you're looking at houston there. Yeah most likely houston or cincy. Am i one of the two or three. And then josh. Bauer is going to be two or three. I think it's gonna. I think both teams are desperate for for centreback. You are there. Are there. Comparisons and mls. You can give for some of these guys like. Is that possible at their names at jump off the top of your head with a josh power Any any of these three centrebacks. We're talking about or is it. Whereas i a little bit too ephemeral for this moment for me if i was gonna go josh bauer. It's more like a walker zimmerman that that would be my comparison with josh bauer. Yeah i was thinking more birnbaum which is a similar player than white have. I don't think he quite has walkers athleticism or sort of like yellow approach to distribution But like he can he can do what those guys data in come in and be a really really good centreback for awhile. Barlow's different man. Arlo he takes pieces. He takes penalties. He passes the hell out of the ball. There aren't a lot of guys like that. Who come through draft. Maybe a smaller hedges hedges just a brilliant distributor could may be that kind of player in. I mean if those are players. You're talking about building a team around for a decade. All three of them so that would be pretty good news for anybody who's able to pick them up. Of course you gotta make that career once you get there. But there is some town here in the rapids. We know like to build young and they like to go after. Maybe guys that that other teams aren't thinking about shinyashiki was a big prospect. He worked out really well for them at number six here. Charlie where you goin'. Yeah probably commodity smith because we got the pick. It's your pig. you're probably we're go. We're going with commodity. Smith gives us county so played primarily as a left winger at clemson but also could play as the number nine I think he makes great runs. Hold up play playing one two. They could use another attacker. Also they could use a centre back for cover when you when you look at. I think they're gonna play lawless. Boubacar an trustee but you could use some cover. their en- goalkeeper also is an another position. That i don't think they're too strong. So there are there shelters another one that stands out to me at uva george galveston has done a tremendous job again of developing talent at virginia..

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In House vs. Consultancy

The Design Intent

05:19 min | 11 months ago

In House vs. Consultancy

"Well all right alex. Hey great talking to you again really appreciate your time. we're back for some more design intent. Myself tony orlando. Daniel phipps aaron hernandez and of course the creator founder. Alex you'll have to pronounce your last name for us. Alex this niece okay. Well let's go. The ad is okay so similar site so happy to talk to you guys Maybe we can you introduce yourself of where you guys worked So the the reason why we gather today is because. I won't do this interview because i often have. This kris jenner of You should be working in their constituency our in house because Differences that can happen at the end of doing years of working. In hostile working inconsistency you will have a very different skaters. So that's why. I think it's it's good to have both side here on in this interview. we antonio who Will introducing serve but is basically designed neither at delta and we have a daniel simpson everyone who are like with fund design. Now at so we really to weld one with the in house we've constituency so that's Good interview to learn on the. What are the pros and cons of each side. Yeah i think that's good. That's a good topic. I know i have people asking me that all the time. I'll let you go first daniel since you're okay you've kind of been around in both worlds. Sure i have the i. I don't know fifteen years of my career. Kinda bounced back and forth a little So right now. I'm with access design actually started the company in two thousand and five so i guess Two thousand and twenty. That would be fifteen years prior to that. I worked for a couple of different Companies delving one of them. I worked for ibm and then another one and in between there i worked at a short stint at it consulting company up in the chicago area as well so for the first part of my career bounced back and forth a little bit and then i kinda finally may finally made the decision of okay thank the consulting thing is is a good place for me to rest for a while and so. That's what i've been doing since. Two thousand and five fifteen years running running your own small business correct consulting for various companies all over the country to some more for international companies as well So yeah and for the record. I've actually hired dan quite a bit to do work for me. Working adele so I'll i'll give a quick introduction of myself. I'll give a bit of a history later. I'll let aaron kinda talk about his his role. But i'm antonio designed enter for latitude no dell and i've been with dell thirteen years now but i've been in the industry for quite a long time erin so my name is aaron and i work here with daniel. I had access. I've been here for a little bit over two years two and a half years and a half years and this is all the experience or real real world. experience have had And i know it's a. It's a huge question whenever you're graduating or you're about to graduate or you're in school it's like what wh- what what she do. She go the consultant route or the more corporate route so i hope People get to learn how many years of experience you have in the field. Two and a half advocate. So that's that's you can give us the formula have i did. I have twenty years of experience. In most of it is inconsistency so we we have like like a goo- good of people different spectrum invasions on the same on this. I if one thing i would say that anybody getting out and design new in the design world or even established the design where i think the most single most important thing he can do is make sure that the the mentor that you work for or with is the right mentor for you. I i think that's you know my career was was the last with with really fantastic. Mentors when i would start at. Ibm right out of graduate school. And if it wasn't for those guys in al i'll name them John swansea was probably the first designer that i worked for for a long time who retired from ibm lenovo a few years ago. He worked there for over twenty five years. I

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Accelerating Innovation

Healthy Thinking

07:14 min | 1 year ago

Accelerating Innovation

"Simple question. Why do we need a program? Accelerate and how pioneering is it Shawn? Okay thanks Keith Unwelcome everybody accelerate to think is Is Important to the the Welsh economy. The WHO he thought of it was kind of speed up the development of innovation within the life science sector but also the sport Deanna Jess and charitable organizations. That they're trying to do things to better health care and to improve wellbeing and in the principality so I think accelerate in that sense is really essential to the future. Wales okay. So let's imagine you'd Entrepreneur I with innovation that you think could benefit the health service and ultimately patients and you're very excited about it but Bit Slack about where to go next for example with get access to clinicians patients. If I wanted to test that perhaps perhaps you can tell us about the options there. Yeah so for Cardiff University. We've got that link between Cardiff unveil health boards answer the clinical innovation partnership where we often hold an MD tea. Which is a multidisciplinary team meeting every Monday? Where people can come along and present such projects so in front of this project board. We've seen people such as clinicians porters nurses academics medical students come present their ideas to us. We've had a number of industries. Come in as well with some project ideas who are required that link our understanding that clinicians and academics can support and provide through this forum. So that's the important part for for us within Cardiff University. As well as that's wash economic development is linked to patients clinicians and academia to see that health economic benefit as well as patient benefit strikes. Me As being really interesting areas. It's not just about established businesses. But you're taking soundings ideas and suggestions frahm individuals students clinicians and even patient troops in some cases. That's the your Europe she based in Swansea in your research. Experience includes things like in vitro bench test in what way through to support clinical investigation the medical devices launching products evaluation etc. I mean how how in your experience how difficult is product onto the market and how can accelerate or htc help in that respect. Y- apparently being based with an SME who went from basic patent on a piece of paper through to launch products. It's not easy. It is difficult. Lots of different challenges for me I think is about having the right expertise around you and expertise early on so that informs all our D. That you do away thought. H D C can help have technology centre and Swansea. University is that we have a team of sixteen people. They're all multi skilled. They've got Fast Array of expertise talk that we also can tap into the the academic staff within the school of Medicine as well on the wider university. So we've got a lot of expertise that to try and help them get. Get people that knowledge on those people around them to help them early on. I think one of the more challenging things is the regulatory pathway. Potentially making sure you've got the right people around you to support you show. Attic is particularly interested in assistive technologies. That's right isn't it? Yeah I mean that's the that's kind of the core of The the attic offering but to be honest We we're finding it working across a wide spectrum of Different sectors so A NASCAR exciting. I mean it could be you know digital products and services through to physical products and so it's I think is important to kind of understand. The science sector is is quite broad. Which means that you know Attic and got involved in You know in terms use a testing and analysis of sort of medical products or things which are a little bit more cutting edge like the Internet of things type sensors that people can then use to monitor elderly people in home for example so so it is quite broad in that sense but also I think Moscow exciting is starting to recognize that there are companies out there. On the periphery of the license actor. That may be astonished to consider moving into it So we can also help them as well with product development and an Kenneth Challenges that they might have in terms of innovation process. And you know it's so it's It's it's beyond just what we can initially considered to be the life science sectors much broader opportunity in an ns be clear. The collaboration element is is clever across the partners but we also collaborate in between the partners and the and the company's not providing direct funding. Were not doing stuff for them exactly. This is kind of a shared activity. Bus Right isn't it absolutely? Yes so everything we do. We we aim to go. We aim for effective. Rnd collaboration so we put in fifty percent. The company's fifty cents on a very much a joy joint venture Anna's Shawn's already mentioned in some of the benefits of that is we can transfer knowledge between the university so the company from the company to the university. So you know. We're all in rural from the experience is really important. And Sean fifty percent is not is not necessarily about money is it. This is about time this is about expertise is about facilities and equipment as well. Yeah it definitely I think One of the crucial things is that the the program allows companies to get access to stuff that they would normally be able to access And they might have a law plans for commercial development But they just simply don't have the capacity so the the accelerate program unlocks the potential by providing additional staff time resources and an inability to research particular challenges and problems that the company needs to overcome. But because they don't have the capacity you know they maybe go so far but then they they hit war base. At Lisa's is the accelerate program is unlocking opportunity than for them. So and another important aspect of this is well is the you know we can. We can do quite small pieces of work with a company that then provide them with inhabitants. Base that can they can then look for additional funding and draw down money from other sources than actual money to develop the product and take it take it to market a bit quicker than so so we kind of You know we provide in a kind of like for like service really if they if they want to develop within in the commitment to do that we can weaken our commitment to that to make sure that it actually can become a tangible output. At the end of the

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'Cuz a Houseplant Party Don't Stop

In Defense of Plants Podcast

07:55 min | 1 year ago

'Cuz a Houseplant Party Don't Stop

"Jean Perron. We've gotten off of your ledge for today. And now you're here in the indefensible plants headquarters talking with us. Welcome back to the PODCAST. Hi Matt I'm Yeah it's great to be here. Yeah those that maybe didn't listen to the last episode or a new I don't know who you are. How about we give a brief overview of what it is you do. What is what I do well in mainly just pfaff around with house plants. That's a very technical term. Faffing faffing around over that you probably don't we do? This means kind of like pottering about with House plans. That's basically what I like to but my training is as a journalist and I run a podcast. Could on the ledge. She's been going for an incredible three years now. Probably not was Lewis as Hamilton defense plants. Been going since someone eight fourteen. So yeah six years. Oh Gee plant podcast. Og well so on. The Ledge is aimed at anyone who's wanting to do any kind of indoor gardening and I've done one hundred thirty episodes of all kinds of stuff talking to plant people testing things out onto in people's questions and it's basically just a whole heap of fun chat about plants which is what we will love. It is fun. I also the other thing to say is I. Also you also see my name popping up in various Mainly British magazines and newspapers about all kinds of things. I like to say to people that you know tried to write about things that you might not read anywhere else. Som- currently restoring a bit of research for peace for the Financial Times which involves finding out. How much people's ashes? Way Back from the. Yeah so that's interesting. Can you guess how much how much some when you get the ashes back from a cremation? How much that weighs two kilograms? Okay I've only gonNA impound. Oh well to imperial us as metric. Lots of science lab all day so when it's five to seven pounds. What's that kilos? Good question about right about that point. Two pounds two point two pounds so yeah so I was just amazed by. That's anyway so as writing a piece about how spreading of ashes can be an issue in public gardens and how it causes problems for gardeners but also for relatives. It's a difficult decision as to how to deal with ashes and how you can do it. Responsibly and sensitively so lights. It chart do something a little bit different from the usual. Oh it's the month of the year that we think about pruning are Xyz. Because I you know. There's always room for those bras type pieces but I like to kind of try to be a little bit outside the box sometimes because it makes much more interesting. Sure Yeah and I think more people as you know gardening catches on in house plans catches on and really just all of the media. That's out there kind of swansea with the same stuff. Everyone's writing the articles. Those different ones really stand out in. It's one of those things where I go into a garden centre or get emails from publishers than its oldest new book on propagating succulent. How many of those do we need exactly or you know. Houseplants that clear. I would be much more interested in a really solid piece which was probably researched about other ways that you can clean the actually. I think probably opening the windows the best way of refreshing the air in your house. I mean it sounds terribly reductivist book. That's probably true. Yup then candles. Don't have plugging airfresheners. You know Yeah I would say that which I but we have to be honest with ourselves. I mean there is truth to some of the stuff but there's also a lot of misinformation and I think plants suffer from that more than other walks of life just because of the amount of sort of folklore and mysticism history. They have with our species for good reason. I mean plant should be celebrated but yeah I think they suffer from a lot of misinformation as well. Yeah I mean. Plants are incredible but let's not attribute to them characteristics that they don't actually possess because there's loads of cool characteristics. They do have so yeah. I think it's it's not. That's not the main reason to have plants in your houses is they're going to provide some moment incredible. Co Two scrubbing mechanism. You know that's that ain't that ain't GonNa Happen Really You better off. You know as I say not. Not Burning the candles. But yeah so my my. My realm is widely. I like to to sort of try to. I just basically find things I'm interested in. Then find somebody to commission a piece about them which is which is really nice to live. Yeah Yeah and you do in such fun ways. I mean. I've read a handful of your articles but obviously the podcast is. What really exposes me to your world view in what's going on and it is fun. It is entertaining. And you are taking a nice change of pace. From the general guarding houseplant. Podcasts that are out there I'm not denigrating any of them. I think they've all got merit in their own way because everyone has experiences but you are really doing it in a way that speaks to me on a deeper level. Because it's obvious you actually care about caring for these plants beyond just having pretty things. I we're going to be a bitch fest. Then about other. Podcasts I was getting ready to throw some shade person in Holter corddry would never have cost any Shea I love. Oh I think I'm really people sort of ood. Have you seen this this new podcast? You worried I'm like no. I'm really glad that there's another podcast because there's you know I know that nobody is me and therefore I think is already being done by me. So that wild. I feel worried about other podcasts. I think is fabulous to have all these different outlets and things that you can listen to it. It's amazing but yeah it is a funny response to get from people and I hear that from time to time like Oh you worried. I'm like why would i? Why why do you need to worry about? Is it a competition? The more people talking about plants the better off we're going to be. They need that attention they do. They do exactly and you know we got to be out that kind of combating. The as I say that the mainstream media kind of really not very good standard of journalism when it comes to talking about blance you know. The mainstream media does pick up on plants and does more but at the same time. It's great for people to have this source information which is hopefully reliable. I say that I did recently just realized listener got in touch. Say That I've messed up. I'd mixed up to Spider Plant. Cultivars in my spider plant episodes. I was horrified. I know the horror the horror anyway. I've corrected that now but it's that's the other great thing is that. I love the fact that people can actually come to me and say you know what you got that wrong and I can actually say. Yeah I did. You're right sorry and put it right. Which is so refreshing. I'm not I'm not a machine. Do get things wrong wrong there. I think the other thing that I'm sure you find with plants despite the fact that I love scientific grounding for fats at the same time you can't deny that there are people doing things which shouldn't work strictly speaking. That seemed to work for them. So everyone's got their own little ways of doing things in the house flaunt world and you can try to go backs practice based on science but sometimes something just comes up left field and works for you so I'm thinking of my beefsteak. Begonia in a container with no drainage right now which is still doing really well. Yeah it is funny that Gardening Kennedy teaches us that all the best laid plans can go away. Sta Depending on where you're at your conditions in you've attempted and that's why it's really hard for me to navigate those houseplant groups's because everyone's having success for different reasons and it's really hard to kind of tease out. What is working in y? Is working for some and not others and you know you're having any luck with begonias already far in advance of any luck that I have not had with Begonias so there is in the pudding. I thought I've given my begonias everything they could ever want from this world and never did I think no drainage would would succeed for

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"swansea" Discussed on Dog Tales

Dog Tales

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"swansea" Discussed on Dog Tales

"Even go on a walk or play. A Jack seemed tired all the time. He wouldn't eat William Maynes an appointment with the local vet and the examination bro. Bad News Jack. Had eaten rat poison and it was already making his organs shutdown. Sadly it's quite common for pets. To accidentally ingest has poisons they might get into a small box was left out for vermin or catching eats a rodent right after. It vowed the toxins according to the pet poison help line. Dozens of dogs consumed poison every day. Luckily today vets have numerous treatments. That can save a dog's life but in nineteen thirty seven. All William could do was watch as Jack deteriorated. It was too late to help him. William could only do his best to make Jack comfortable before the end after several long. Painful Days Swansea. Jack closed his eyes a final time on October. Second Nineteen thirty seven. The hero dog was gone forever. It was a tragedy not only for William but for all the people of Swazi they all grown to love and rely on the hero dog. Nobody wants it to accept that he could just die especially in such a preventable way and they wanted someone to blame. Whoever had left the deadly toxins out whether Dole could find it would have to pay the Canine Defence League. Offered a twenty five pound reward for any information about how? Jack might of being exposed to the poison. That's the equivalent of roughly two thousand dollars today but nobody came forward to claim it as is often the case. When the beloved celebrity dies there was some conspiracy theories that Jack had been poisoned on purpose. It was easier to believe that some criminal mastermind had murdered Jack than that. It had all a horrible accident. Perhaps the killer was convinced the rescues fake or they didn't like the wells of attention given to a dog some of these conspiracy theories still circulate online today but it was most likely simple. Tragic accident just like falling into a river with no hard evidence. The city had no one to blame so they focused on morning instead. William Berry Jack in the garden outside his house perhaps he hopes that the dogs spirits would linger in the neighborhood keeping watch over dockworkers and swimmers on their way to the water. But the people of Swazi wouldn't stand for that. A newspaper campaign called for a more public grave so locals could visit him and pay their respects whenever they wanted. Thanks to an upwelling of local support on October twenty first. Jack was reburied on Swansea promenade. But even that owner wasn't enough. The mayor. Swansea had public memorial commissioned. It was erected over Jack's grave and dedicated nearly one year after his death on Saturday October. First Nineteen thirty eight. The memorial was the first of many changes in Swazi in the late twentieth century. North talk was paved over in favor of shopping facility. The people of Swansea don't need Jack to save them from drowning anymore but they didn't forget about the brave dog that once walked and swam among them in fact they continue to find new ways to honor and celebrate him. A local pub was dubbed Swansea Jacks in remembrance of the brave Canin well storyteller. Carl Gov gave regular oral retailing's of Jack Story in order to preserve the traditions around the dog and that local soccer teams fans were dubbed the Swansea. Jacks although the League has never confirmed where the term comes from it's widely accepted then named after the heroic canine. In addition other dogs have followed in Jack's footsteps. The first formally trained search and rescue dogs appeared in World War. Two where brave? Canine helped search for survivors after battles today. Aquatic breeds especially Newfoundland's retrievers undergo rigorous training to learn how to pull drowning swimmers out of treacherous waters. And they learn much in the same way that Jack did water. Rescue dogs begin by familiarizing themselves with Docs votes peers and other areas near water. Then they learn to swim and rescue people and calm easy pools and eventually they graduate to more challenging situations trainer. Ellie Bedford has noted that Newfoundland's in particular a suit to rescue because of their large frames and great strength. She observed no human can do what these dogs can do. I'm a lifeguard myself and I would struggle to toe to people whereas these guys can pull in ten people at ease given how valuable water rescue dogs can be modern groups in the UK like the new found friends of Bristol. Train them to be just as brave heroic as Jack. Speaking of the new found friends of crystal in two thousand. They dubbed Swansea Jack. The dog of the century and in two thousand eight Welsh artist. Richard Hignett composed a song for Jack a musical piece performed by a choir of baying and howling dogs. The Canine Corral debuted in Swansea. That year. Swansea Jack Lives on as a local legend. If you visit Swansea today you can take a Selfie by his memorial. Join other jacks rooting for the local soccer team. And then check out any number of art exhibits honoring the Canine and it's no wonder he so widely on it. It's likely that many modern day swansea residents are descended from one of the twenty seven people. Jack pulled from the water in the nineteen thirties. In essence. Much of the town still has jack to thank their lives.

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From the LGBTQ Vault: Sylvia Rivera & Marsha P. Johnson

Making Gay History

10:24 min | 1 year ago

From the LGBTQ Vault: Sylvia Rivera & Marsha P. Johnson

"Sixth season of our podcast is focused on LGBT activism in the Post stonewall seventies two of the most prominent trans activists to emerge out of that period were Sylvia Rivera and Marsha p Johnson in one thousand nine hundred seventy the year after the stonewall uprising in New York City's Greenwich Village. The two friends founded street transvestite action revolutionaries or star and set up a barebones refuge in a run down apartment building on the lower east side in Manhattan for street kids much like themselves. They called it star House. In December Nineteen Seventy Liza Cowan and twenty year old reporter for Wbai radio conducted. What we believe is the oldest recorded interview with Sylvia Marsha and other members of star? She is a reel to reel tape recorder and set out to do a story on what was then known as crossdressing. Eventually a single reel containing an edited version of the interview found. Its way into the basement of the lesbian. Her story archives in Brooklyn New York. And that's where making gay histories self-described Archive Rat Brian. Free founded in the spring of two thousand nineteen before we share some of that incredibly rare tape with you. I thought I'd ask Brian about his experience of discovering this long lost interview. And how did you find this tape. Where were you what were you doing so I was looking for audio for the fifth season of making a history for our stonewall season listen and my mission was to find archival audio tapes that were made around nineteen sixty eight to nineteen seventy-one so I went to the LGBT center archives? I went to the New York Public Library and I went to the lesbian. Her story archives in the basement of Lesbian Her story archives. I was going through all of their cassettes for WBAI shows. I didn't find anything thing that reached back that was applicable to what we were looking for but out of the corner of my eye in the basement I saw a box of open. Reel you've you. Which is an older style of audio? Recording then cassettes would be. So what is can you describe. What Open Reel Recording is is you see in the movies or in photographs an actual real of tape. Yes these are the big reels. These are like three inch five inch the seven inch ten inch and I didn't know what was in this box when I saw it but I went upstairs to the volunteer archivist. I Rachel Gordon and I asked her if I could go through it and right there in the middle of the box. I pulled out this recording that was labeled star. I was afraid to open at because some of these tapes. They're so fragile when they're fifty Sixty seventy years old. They are so fragile that you can destroy them and I know how difficult it is to get archival material surrounding star. Yeah so what did you when you saw this. Besides being afraid that you would you could possibly damage the tape I mean it's almost like finding the holy we grow. You know you WANNA listen to it immediately when you find a tape like that and you can't why couldn't you just play it. Well for one there are some tapes that as you play. They will erase when they're fifty years old. So you will listen to it but nobody else will. So if you WANNA have a tape digitize like that what do you do. We took the tape to a studio in Harlem called Old Swan Studios that specializes in this type of digitisation. I took so much care when I took it out of that building I I was so afraid of damaging it it was like I had ten thousand dollars in my backpack and couldn't let anyone near it so I arrived at Swansea in Harlem and Robert. The sound engineer started rewinding the tape and when he did every single manual edit snapped. Oh my so. This is an edited. This was an that was done. That was then edited. And and and how do they edit tape. Well they had to take it physically and slice it and then with adhesive give glue at packed together so each and every time it hit one of these physical edits it would snap which for me was terrifying. But for him was just run of the mill he would just take the two ends reapply adhesive and keep rewinding it once he rebounded. What did he do next? Well he was kind enough to let me sit in the studio and listen to it as he played it for the first time and I knew I was listening to something very special. What made it special special for me? Because they're not just talking about the organization that they created they're also talking about their lives and they're talking about how they see the world around them and how they see gender. It's very personal. They're not altering the same line. What did you take away from hearing that recording? I think it reminded me of how young everyone was. Then I think the March Johnson and Sylvia Rivera that I've grown accustomed to. They were older by at the time. the film that I've seen of them the video that I've seen of them the recordings that I've listened to from them. They had more time under their belt. And this it was it was like they were freshly ride in New York and just letting it all about the quality of tape. You're about to hear in this remarkable and far-ranging conversation is a bit uneven. In addition to a snippet of Jefferson an airplane. You'll also notice hissing in the background. During part of the discussion anyone who has ever lived in an Old New York City apartment will recognize that sound. It's coming coming from faulty valve of esteem heat radiator. The first person to speak is nineteen year old Sylvia Rivera. The second is someone named Victor and the third is Marcia Johnson who was twenty five at the time before my mother passed away three years my mother used to Jesmyn Golf Clubs and my mother. My grandmother kept on one little blouses and girls stocks of about six seven years old. Before if I wouldn't start addressing boys 'cause during that period that's when I discovered my homosexuality was like you know watching television and placed in myself and the role of the female or just pricing myself As another there's another boy in the Mail on demand was praying such a fantastic love role in the television. And and when I left home at eleven was really when I went into transparent system and make hustling speech and the game against experiences. DIFFERENT THAN SYLVIA'S I. I didn't know secretly because My mother would catch me. She would forbid it. And by the time I was five years old I knew enough that Do these things secretly So I used to and no one was around to put on a and wear women's clothes close. I can get my hands on but otherwise I grew up quite masculine. I went to school. I played baseball. I went to college so and the beard and was the revolutionary did time in jail for Pacifist demonstrations and and Just recently I I decided what's You know why not wear the clothes. I prefer to wear what I was. I was the time I was living a masculine role that I didn't really prefer at least I didn't prefer to do it. Permanent preferred the times to be feminine And women's Lib people Feel that the women are forced to take certain roles which are unacceptable to them and they want to break out no. I've often felt the same way about being a man that I've been forced to take certain roles number one something as unimportant as the clothes I have to wear men's restrictions. Men's dress are much more severe than the restrictions on women's dress of men are forced to look a certain way and I didn't want to look that way then then of course there's a man has to be tough. He has to have responsibility to take care of people. You know suppose I wanted to be petted or I wanted to be taken care of. As I was growing up I met a lot of men. They never pale to me to my sexually. I used to try and keep away from because my hometown. You mistakes where you were out of it and they recall you all kinds of names And then when I first came in York seventeen years old that's when I started getting kind of invest breath more like a transvestite. I started out with makeup in nineteen sixty three nine thousand nine hundred sixty four And in one thousand nine hundred sixty five. I was coming out more and I was still wearing make up but I was still going to jail just wearing doing makeup in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine. I started wearing female attire full-time usually I wear dress every day of the week. I I just don't put on much makeup anything until after the dog because address too much attention if we make in the daytime they might think that I was a male. Al But if I were a little makeup they think I'm a female and he's right on I and if I will not make it night they automatically know female female they really can tell the difference about me because I'm on my way to be. SX teams

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Somerset Woman Dies After Being Mauled By Family Dog During Seizure

The Morgan Show

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Somerset Woman Dies After Being Mauled By Family Dog During Seizure

"A forty four year old Somerset woman died last night after being mauled by the family dog police received a call from the victim's daughter saying her mother Melissa Stasio was having a seizure that's when the dog attacked according to reports police were forced to taste the dog before rushing stuck here to the hospital where she was pronounced dead the dog's been placed in quarantine at Swansea animal

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Hostess, the Symbol of Sugary Snacks, Buys Sugarless Cookie Maker

Business Wars Daily

04:18 min | 1 year ago

Hostess, the Symbol of Sugary Snacks, Buys Sugarless Cookie Maker

"Can the maker maker of twinkies succeed with sugar free cookies and natural ingredients hostess brands famous for twinkies Ho Hos and Ding dongs is buying workman's bakery a little known Canadian cookie. Okay Company for three hundred twenty million dollars. You may not know that company by name but you probably grew up with some of its sixty cookie. Brands perhaps vanilla wafers where it's famous Dutch windmill. Cookies in business world that celebrates startups both hostesses. Workman's are pretty long in the tooth. Hostess opened its doors in Nineteen nineteen. In with the invention of the hostess cupcake the smooth chocolate covered greenfield cake with a little white frosting squiggle on top but host is really came into its own when it launched the twinkie. Linke in one thousand nine hundred thirty. The twinkie has survived for the last ninety years with no signs of going away. We're not talking about a single twinkie. Here we're talking about the brand. Okay yes it has become the butt of numerous jokes and the target of an urban legend talking about. We'll how long they last on the shelves the saying is that perhaps twinkies are so chemically laden. They never go bad for the record. twinkies used to have an official shelf life of twenty odd days a few years ago hostess pumped up there preservatives and now twinkies can sit safely on your local seven eleven show for about forty five days or a month and a half. Portland's is a youngster. Compared to hostess there corporate history begins in nineteen fifty eighty one when to Dutch brothers. William and Harry Boardman began baking cookies and a Canadian kitchen in two thousand fifteen harry sold Boardman's to a private equity firm called squander pace. Capital Swansea pace kept workman's original cookie brands and it's icon Dutch girl logo. So what does a company like hostess known for everything. Everything's Workman's is not doing acquiring the more modest less artificial bakery it's expanding into so-called adjacent categories. That's what in this case the trying to move into the eight point. Five billion dollar cookie market while Volkmann's is the leading seller of sugar. Free cookies hostess has no cookies at all. But the twinkie maker for his flirted with cookies over the last few years albeit timidly in two thousand sixteen former CEO built. Taylor cautiously dipped hostess's toes into the Brownie market and he said there are are also questions around cookies. But we don't WANNA go too far. Afield Ho the audacity but the time is now right. There's greater and greater interest in so called healthy foods foods even when it comes to desserts. The Wall Street Journal notes that thirty eight percent of Americans said at Twenty Eighteen Pew Research Survey that they were limiting their sugar intake. Workman's is well opposition to take advantage of that desire. COUPLE OF YEARS AGO under its new ownership. Workman's began removing artificial ingredients and high fructose corn syrup from its offerings. I with regular brands and later with its line of sugar free treats the changes seemed to have worked for him in sales have been growing at the fast pace of five percent. A year that speedier than the rest of the cookie business and far faster than the market for packaged doughnuts and pastries as a result. The one point eight billion dollar hostess has overcome its earlier cookie adjacent jitters others and is hungrily. Eyeing growing treats category called better for you snacks. And that's where many of Whitman's brands live acquiring wortman should boca hostesses offerings and help. It compete with yet. Another Ulster in the plastic wrapped pastry business. McKee Foods one point. Five Billion Dollar Company founded in nineteen thirty thirty four. Mickey owns the Iconic Little Debbie snacks which are equally full of sugar and fat like cakes. But the privately owned company has had an advantage that hostess hostess didn't Mckee owns the Sun Belt brand better for you. Snacks many are made with whole grains and McKee claims. They have no preservatives. These sweet strategies go to show that when it comes to sugar. We're rather conflicted. Yes sugar free and healthier treats are growing as a category but so too are. What industry experts called blissful indulgences. DOLGIN is blamed that on stress eating growing phenomenon that marketers like hostess love which is why this acquisition of workmen's is putting a huge smile on the faces of hostess execs and the analysts that follow the company twinkies keep growing but hostess gets a whole lot better for you treats to add to its creamy fluffy arsenal all of indulgence snacks for hostess. That may be just the stuff it needs to stay at the top of this week. Goods mark

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Saudi Arabia, International Monetary Fund And Eric Swansea discussed on Biz 1190 Overnight featuring Bloomberg Radio

Biz 1190 Overnight featuring Bloomberg Radio

01:15 min | 1 year ago

Saudi Arabia, International Monetary Fund And Eric Swansea discussed on Biz 1190 Overnight featuring Bloomberg Radio

"Saudi Arabia might well be the lone bright spots on the bleak economic picture painted by the International Monetary Fund for next year as it turned down beats on its outlook for the world the IMF this week lifted its forecast for in the biggest crude exporter Saudi Arabia thanks in part to government spending this year and a projected pickup in the oil industry in twenty twenty we got more with Eric Swansea's the senior executive officer ras mol investment bank we've seen a good rally across the GCC equity markets now Saudi Arabia very much participating in the share price rally we think there are you know economic and governmental reforms which are taking place in Saudi Arabia which are very much paving the way forward for stronger economic activity and investment near term we think that the most important aspect to affect the regional equity markets Saudi in particular is the content interest rates that we're about to see from the federal serve bank interest rates rose here given the currency peg to the US dollar with the past year year and a half and with the interest rate cuts likely to come we'll see a monetary policy which we think is more appropriate for the economic activity for for this part of the

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Brandon Graham, Swansea And Braves discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

00:17 sec | 2 years ago

Brandon Graham, Swansea And Braves discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Later today. Instead of free agency eagles defensive end, Brandon Graham signs three year extension Graham, the longest tenured Philly defender Braves shortstop Dan's be Swanson scratch from this afternoon's game because of soreness in his left wrist after BP Swansea. Swansea had surgery on that risk

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Can you run Mac OS on a Windows PC?

The Tech Guy

03:14 min | 2 years ago

Can you run Mac OS on a Windows PC?

"Swansea. Massachusetts wants to know if he could do boot a windows ten machine and run MAC too. But I don't think you can't you're right. Because apple is so proprietary way they would let their software on a windows machine. But that's just that's just me. That's just me. She says Tim shafir teaming. You're right. I'm prime into takeover your Giga ten dollars coming your way. But, but there is another another side to the store that you are so good. I've done it can go the other way. Hi ray. Welcome to the show. I am. Well, thank you him. So it was Kim accurate. Is that what you're asking? Yes. That's what I'm asking. I don't laptop two thousand twelve MAC book pro that doesn't charge all the time. Every once in a while charges. I went to upgrade, but I do wanna spend the three thousand dollars. So prayed I bought smack book and stu- Acer slap top right lot. Lot of people do that very common. Okay. It's tie definition knowledge of it. Because it's half the price of apple hardware, pretty much the same, by the way, pretty much the same hardware. Here's the here's the problem. Apple doesn't sell MAC OS. It comes with a MAC, but they don't offer it, and there's no way to legitimately. And there's the underscore that legitimately to get it. There is something called a hacking Tosh. This is this would be a violation of Apple's a terms of service. But people do it all the time. The reason I don't recommend. It is. You could if you Google cintoss. You'll find ways to put it back on your on your face. But you can't do any updates because if you do chances are it'll get broken takes a lot of extra work. Most people you can easily put windows on a MAC because at Microsoft sells windows, standalone, MAC, harbors, basically, PC hardware, apple provides the drivers. They they don't mind if you wanna do that they allow do both dual booting and you can also use a virtual machine, but there's no way to get MAC OS. So the only way get MAC OS is to either own amac or know, somebody who does get the MAC OS from them. And then modify you have to do a lot of hacking around work. I will occasionally charge and I can turn on every once in a while. How old is he smack? I mean, you can always take. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. That's worth keeping going because Lesley until hasn't really changed much since two thousand twelve bring it to the apple store. The put a new battery in it. I did it's not the battery. They says. Nine hundred dollars to go. Forget about it. Well, I don't wanna do that. That's no, that's why I bought the other machine and not case, I probably better off buying a MAC mini. Yeah. And. Less than hundred bucks. Right. And then you could do windows on that actually mech minis are pretty good, you know, deal. They've released new ones or you could use windows, which isn't the end of the world.

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FA Cup Fever

ESPN FC

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

FA Cup Fever

"Rounds through this. It started early. Didn't. It w county that one win the way against Atkins Stanley goal. This between bright and West Brom. Donham caster reiver's one victory over Oldham. Meanwhile, Manchester to city made easy work of Burnley five nil that one finished one one between borough and Newport county what food making eleven changes in game, but beating Newcastle by those and they'll pump one QBR one shows town to wolves to Swansea. They foreign victory of Jillian mill three Evison to inch to AFC Wimbledon four rising Premier League West Ham United.

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Markets surge after US-China trade truce

BBC World Service

00:55 sec | 2 years ago

Markets surge after US-China trade truce

"Lived in Britain for decades, but were deported after being wrongly classified as illegal immigrants. It's emerged that about fifty people who were incorrectly deported to Ghana Nigeria last year have still not been contacted by a task force to help those affected. Researchers in Britain say a new stem cell technique could offer an effective and non invasive treatment for people suffering from osteoarthritis the first scientific trial to be carried out on human tissue suggests patient's own cells could be used to repair damaged joints. Would you see the need for surgery? BBC news. Welcome to hard talk on the BBC World Service with me, Steven Saka Britain is facing up to its moment of truth on bricks it and just a few days, the UK parliament will decide whether to accept or reject. The departure terms agreed by British Prime Minister, Theresa may and the leaders of the EU twenty seven, but this is a moment of truth for all of Europe to if as seems likely the deal is rejected Britain will be plunged into political crisis. But the repercussions will be enormous and potentially grave for the EU as a whole my guest knows that better than most to new to hook nose sits on the Brexit steering group in the European parliament. She's a former polish EU Commissioner, and she knows the importance of ensuring Britain doesn't exit the union without meeting its financial obligations. A host of problems are not hard to see there's the particular vulnerability of the Irish economy and. The serious implications for cross channel trade and many of the biggest exporters. Understandably. Much of the focus right now is on Britain's political crisis. But is the EU ready for the chaos that might unfold while the neuter who joins me now on the line from Brussels. Welcome to hard talk. Welcome to you as well. I talked about the fateful decision. Facing the British parliament, how closely are you and others at the heart of power in Brussels. Watching the events unfold in the UK right now, we have been I think watching I can say safely. The what's going on in UK from the very beginning of this. First of all of this announcement back many years ago of the future referendum, then also they deal with Mr Cameron in February two thousand sixteen and then of course, the referendum which was said big bad surprise to me personally. And then of course, the notification, and then we organize also ourselves in the parliament in such a way that we could not only follow but also contributes to the negotiations. We have been also briefed the basically weekly by Michelle Baena, the chief U negative or on the progress in the negotiations Sunday challenges in the negotiations just a few days ago. Theresa May and the EU twenty-seven leaders agreed on the withdrawal agreement treaty. It's going to be and they also agreed agreed on a framework for the future relationship between the EU twenty seven and Briton after that deal was done. John young. The president of the commission said this is the best deal possible. In fact, this is the only deal possible where not to take him entirely seriously, all we I think one should take it seriously because after all the negotiations actually reached an agreement and if you look at. At our watches. If you look at them, we can see that the time is really disappearing got very very quickly. And we have very limited time now to finalize the whole process, and you can see on the basis of what is going on now in in UK that it is at the political element. The political the discussion the approval or rejection of the and also on our side, we need to go through the procedure which requires also some months, so we are actually in a moment where we cannot waste more time. And we cannot you mentioned that they can make something called going back to the table entry negotiate anything. I don't think this that Mr. younger has exaggerated. I think there is nothing hidden as a as a plan b here even the sensitivity of the time. And as you say, the talk is ticking and everything now needs to happen very quickly. How wise do you think it was for Emmanuel Macron, a French president right after the signing of the deal at leadership level? Why? Was it for him to come out until Europe's press that in his view, France and the EU now had a major lever which they could use over Britain. He described the backstop arrangement by which the British will stay in a customs union. If there is no future agreement on a trade relationship by December twenty twenty he described that backstop, arrangement indefinite arrangement as a tool and a lever. Which would ensure that FRANZ got what it wanted on fisheries, for example, that was very damaging wasn't it? When you think back the last two years, and if you remember what politicians set for the home purpose of coping quo talking to the public at at home that a lot of unnecessary things have been said, and I think this language of of using every opportunity to speak to our own electric. Our only public. I think sometimes also damaging because today when you speak. Here's something immediately on the other continent. They also know the same thing in the same moment. So yes, I think certain things are definitely an unnecessary. And especially that I think there is no we have been avoiding up to now this trade of approach, and we have never linked anything to to to the other thing. So I don't think this is one of the negotiations that have been so far maintained and I trust it will be awesome maintained in the future. Well, I guess forgive me for interrupting, but I guess what I'm getting to is the point that many people in Britain who support what is called a hard Brexit, and I could think of people like Boris Johnson. The former UK foreign secretary whom you know, well, Jacob rees-mogg and others. They described the deal that has been done by Theresa May as a form of capitulation a form of surrender. They use this word vacillated to indicate that the EU will retain power and control over many aspects of Britain's economy and Britain's life with Britain having no say in the future at the EU table, can you as a poll, and of course, the polls have their own skepticism about elements of the European Union. Can you understand that concern that there is in Britain today? You know, we have been responding. I also personality have invested a lot of my time in the whole process to make this really as friendly as possible process of of separation. Of two sides that have had good times in the past. And that would like to have also deep close relationship in the future. And I think that we have to maintain this absolutely this spirit. And but also what you could hear an, and I would say maybe in particular from the British politicians, very often the comments which were very far from reality, which have been even knowing the the way the European Union functions and structured there have been a lot of intention, also which I think unnecessary to force the community of it will be four hundred forty probably million inhabitants. Swansea UK to change the rules on which we have built our unity and our functioning single market our customs union. So I guess that the time has come now that the politicians would just really start talking to people seriously about the consequences of no deland about also understanding and explain. To the people the deal that is really on those five hundred eighty five pages. Well, let's strip away any any misinformation. And let's get down to reality day. You will know as well as I do that the mathematics Theresa May at the moment looks terrible. It looks very very difficult to win a majority in the house of Commons for this deal. So I would imagine you would agree that it's incumbent upon the EU side as well as the British side to begin to think about what will happen if the UK parliament rejects the deal down there are various propositions for a renegotiation of the agreement. Are you telling me that it's too late for any renegotiation or is there room for more talk? Well, all I can say is probably the has been sent over the last days on on our side by all the leaders at the European institutions level, but also at national level that we have finalized negotiations, and what we discussed already this question of of the no time to to start from scratch and also

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"swansea" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"swansea" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"So maybe your taxes are a little higher. But you don't have health insurance not to pay each month. So so. But you mentioned you off the air. You took your daughter to go. Check out a university is for public education through university free over there. How does it work? The tuition is free. But they've managed to come up with a series of what a cold. I can't even think of what the word is. But I it is in some respects attacks. It's in some respects alone, and they can run up to seven thousand pounds a year, which about ten thousand dollars much less than the cost of of university education. And of course, they can also takeout study fees for living expenses so to pay for their board. Right and food and books and expenses all told my son is in his first year at Swansea university, where he studying physics, you know, he has a loan, but that loan will be forgiven unless he comes out and starts to earn immediately twenty. I think it's twenty one thousand pounds a year about five thousand dollars and over time. It's not designed to be, you know, something that hangs over their heads. That's the big difference between our system and the system there where no matter. What happens you alone is still they're still, you know, clocking up. Yeah. There are people who are dying of old age who are still paying off student loans. It's insane. But so so that's basically the same as what the progressives are advocating for over here free tuition at public colleges and universities. So, you know, you're you're the you don't pay for the classes for the credit hours. But you still have to pay for room and board and textbooks in the incidentals that go along with it. So that makes sense. So is there any any program for medical students to, you know, get a free medical education in return for working for so many years for the NHS? Yeah, they do they they have a they have a system whereby, you know, the the their education, of course, is is seven or eight years in length. And of course, they have residency and other things that go on. But a lot of those fees Ken be exchange if you choose to work in economically distressed areas, or with in the NHL in areas where the having great difficulties finding people to fill those roles, but even that. Is not enough because most people want to come and live here. And if there's this uncertainty, which is what we've had forever with Brexit. Then not going to want to you know. Find themselves in a situation where they come. They invest all this energy. And then they go home with a lot of debt and sure where they're going to teach. They're going to Australia. They're going to counter the going to the United States anyplace other than here. And this has been a direct byproduct of all this Briggs that uncertainty. Right. I don't know why they would come here though, because it's going to cost them much more than pretty much anywhere else in the world that they'd choose to go to school. Yeah. Yeah. And and you know, we do when when students come from other countries into this country because we had a lot of Chinese students and others. There is a higher fee structure. They also pay tuition. So so for most universities, it's it's a cash cow for them to, you know, because they don't, you know, they don't earn enough off of the students here in the U K. So it's it's a tough situation. Let's get back to the Brexit vote that you know, you brought up Cambridge Analytica, and all that how much do you think it was a legitimate vote, and how much do you think it was sort of the, you know? Sort of pushed in that direction by some outside players. Well, you know, we have tremendous turn out here and almost eighty percent showed up. So that's that's first of foremost. So I think that's you have to respect even though it was fifty one point seven two, you know, forty eight point two or whatever it is. You know, it was less than two points. Still. You know was a decision. We didn't like the decision. But what's happening? Now is that people are saying look because of everything that's come up. We've really got to find a way to, you know, get the the the benefit of the doubt with this..

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"swansea" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"swansea" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Swansea route two West Warwick South County Commons Rochester so The AAA version of his rehab tweets look very good, at, four Thanks Bottom of the third has staked into the. Lead a shepherd will deal with the top of the Rochester order, Byron, Buxton, Vic Gordon and Gregorio petites Buxton for two struck out at Florida right. Jeopardy from his wind up the. Pitch Strength of the outside corner It's been a lost year for Byron as. Wilma stock you better earlier so many, injuries had three different maladies put him on the DL pitches taken high Fastball Knicks at one at one box in at the beginning. Of your hats. Migrate issues related to a head injury the l. in the big leagues. With the twins with those what one is style back at us one or two Came back and at the end of may. Broke his toe That put him, on the big league de l. then he was optioned twice went on the disabled list with Rochester with a wrist issue that wouldn't go away What to pitch up in fastball from shepherd too so between the, wrist the tone at his head Boxton just can't stay healthy at two thousand eighteen It's so disappointing for the twins to to pitch swing. A little blooper foul, spoiled fastball out away from him and hit it over the screen did Byron You. Figure that They'll try to get it back, up, in, September two Minnesota nothing else get more at bats to to pitch swing or grab, all towards third tell play behind the bag by steel to. The back camp bounces throw off the bag at first at a box, fit is say dive back towards field just two cats that, balanced at offline throw from So it's very difficult to, get in fact you would have beaten it even with an accurate throw Buxton's Burgess says one of the games great young center fielders last year was. A huge reason at the Minnesota. Twins made, that playoff push the end of two thousand seventeen Gordon Loves the bond pulls back takes ball one He singled martyrdom more, run third. Inning, did Gordon for two four two one Rochester. Bottom of the fifth at. Buxton can fly, you have to watch him he, leads from I Gordon the younger brother of.

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"swansea" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"swansea" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Help preserve low income housing in the global elyria Swansea Swansea neighborhoods the two million. Seed money. For land trust established by the neighborhoods it gives many hope, that won't be that they won't be pushed out of their neighborhoods by progress that comes with the massive highway project city councilman Albus Brooks. Says this could be a blueprint for preserving low income housing in the city, setting a new day in Denver the equitable development is As a muff and the, money's going, to be used, to preserve existing homes into leverage construction of additional affordable housing units CBS late show host Stephen. Colbert is not ignoring of. Attention scandal at the network that employs him Colbert kick things off last night by bringing. Up sexual harassment allegations. Against CBS chairman les. Moonves says he tells them jokes he was also quite candid he gave us the time. And the resources to succeed and he has stood by us when people were mad. At me I like working for him but accountability is meaningless unless it's for everybody whether it's the leader of a network or the leader, of the free world now the New Yorker magazine reported late last. Night that moon visit engaged and what the magazine calls a practice pattern of sexual harassment over decades and if it is sad news penny the. Baby giraffe born last, month at the Cheyenne Mountain zoo had to be put down she was euthanized yesterday following a procedure to. Explore a leg infection Day, here we've done some really critical diagnostics and based on the new, information that we were able to get and talking with a huge group. Of specialists we're able to determine, that there was not going to be a way to turn around as case and in her. Long term best interests we have to make a quality of life That's Dr lies with the Cheyenne Mountain zoo in addition to the absence that had spread further independence abdomen, there were also signs that pointed to infection in.

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Arrest in 1986 murder of Washington girl abducted from park

News, Traffic and Weather

02:18 min | 3 years ago

Arrest in 1986 murder of Washington girl abducted from park

"The komo twenty four seven news center despite president trump's executive order to keep migrant families together at the border of washington attorney general bob ferguson announced today he's suing the trump administration over its immigration policy bob ferguson says he still has problems with the president's executive order does not apply to the kids liked those here in washington state who have already been separated from their parents those individuals are not included in the presence executive order ferguson says the two hundred six asylumseekers at the federal detention center in seatac about fifty our parents says several other states will join washington and filing the suit against oregon california and massachusetts complaints against city council member shamas awad have been dismissed by the seattle ethics and elections commission the latest from komo's jeff pohjola la last month several complaints were filed about sawant's use of city resources to print flyers and banners for her march on amazon rally but those complaints were dismissed this week after the commission found that swans actions did not violate any laws or ethics guidelines the ruling said in part quote the scope of a council members authority is broad and that has no supervisor beyond the residents of seattle the ruling however can be appealed we've reached out to swansea office for comment but have not heard back jeff pohjola komo news seattle looking for a new police chief better community group that oversees the pd wants to city council to postpone hearings with candidates mayor jenny durkan announced three finalists for the job last month not long after the seattle a community police commissioner asked the mayor's office for records about how the search was conducted the point to interim seattle police chief carmen best not being among the finalists to spider qualifications being the only female candidate the commission wants to city council to wait to consider the finalists until they review those records the man arrested the michelle welsh murder case made his first court appearance today komo's charlie harder has the story ultras killed thirty two years ago in nineteen eighty six over the past three decades detectives have been searching for her killer police say they gathered enough evidence to arrest gary hartman in the case he sixty six appeared in front of a judge ordered held as pierce county prosecutor mark lindquist decides whether to file charges i understand how important this cases to.

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Trump confirms top North Korea official due in US

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:21 min | 3 years ago

Trump confirms top North Korea official due in US

"A man who shot and killed two police officers and a bystander this morning has been killed officials now saying that suspect may have had links to terrorism correspondent mark stone has more given what eyewitnesses are saying and also the fact that we now know that terror police are taking over the investigation that the terror terrorist prosecutor appears to be involved to this is looking as though it is terror related but no official confirmation yet lee as around fifty sixty miles to the west to the east of of the belgian capital it was on a quite a busy wide boulevards a just to the west of the city said sort as where this incident unfold officials say that suspect had been an inmate who was granted a few hours released but failed to return belgium media reporting he was known drug offender president trump confirms a top north korean official is heading to new york for talks on the upcoming summit with kim jong un despite canceling the talks and a letter last week president trump tweeted this morning we have put together a great team for our talks with north korea meetings are currently taking place concerning the summit and more solid response to my letter thank you south korean media reporting senior north korean official kim jong coal is on the passenger lists for flight leaving beijing tomorrow headed for the us a new hampshire community is remembering a firefighter who died in a scuba diving accident over the weekend on the north shore in gloucester and we're learning more about what exactly happened here's wbz's kim tunnicliffe swansea new hampshire's fire chief says lieutenant benjamin tae tro was a fixture in the community and experienced rescue diver tatra got tangled in a scuba line gloucester and was having trouble breathing on a diving trip at the chester polling shipwreck carry kimball monaghan spokeswoman for the essex da's office says the thirtysevenyearold died after he was helped to the surface by a fellow diver using an alternate oxygen source when he came up he would talking and alert you with breathing shortly after that seemed to go into cardiac arrest or something akin to that had been a member of the swansea fire department for almost two decades kim tunnicliffe wbz newsradio ten thirty eight thousand starbucks around the country will be closing.

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Lehigh Valley Phantoms' five-overtime win over Charlotte Checkers marks longest game in AHL history

The News with Gene Valicenti

01:17 min | 3 years ago

Lehigh Valley Phantoms' five-overtime win over Charlotte Checkers marks longest game in AHL history

"The incident in sports last night the yankee score four times in the bottom of the eighth inning sox closer craig kimbrel they rally for nine two six win over the socks six thirty airtime am seven ninety red sox tried to avoid sweep at the hands of the red hot yankees they're in first place this morning celts say bring on the king they closed out the seventy sixers one fourteen one twelve game five win in ball austin last night one other sports note it was a night for the books in the american hockey league the calder cup playoffs standards charlotte north carolina they played into five overtime last night lehigh valley and charlotte the phantoms one that came in the fifth overtime two to one the goaltender for the bantams former yokel tender alex lyon made ninety four saves in the game including the last seventy four shots that he saw the longest game in the eighty four year history of the american hockey league coming up rhode island's anchorman is going to give them the business news and gene valicenti gino's on the way after the latest on the highway out there and swansea it looks like we're finally getting elaine literally as we speak finally getting elaine the highway open fixed got that update next along with elliot the accuweather forecast rain's coming in this weekend wbz news time is six thirty four from the new england truck solutions traffic center here is your courtesy hunting tonkin regional traffic traveling.

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"swansea" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"swansea" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Hotel gate continued today as to trip advisor to leave what was scathing review of the hotel that counseled that booking full daytime before that big game against swansea it concluded fortunately the experienced didn't sound all trick business meets is extremely productive no planning to return any time soon meanwhile the hotel has hit back and said this is company policy we've got a large booking there was a problem with a virus within the hotel we always tell people who booked in large numbers they should look elsewhere for accommodation could've been lost to be honest because they gave him one star i think that's the give them those well i would try the council them or did they give them the option and if they give no should why would the council i think that was an option i think it was you need to find somewhere else and it's the only italian swansea that could accommodate that launch group funny because one of the newspapers in code up and tries to make it loud booking new show yeah no problem yet oh we can take you listen it looks like had something to do with the club because the police escort wisconsin israel the vulne themselves to blame for motivating even more this team themselves to blame we've talked about it yesterday steve would it bring the teams again the mall will surely yeah i i don't think i was shutting hose gone there's no way that swans e with do this intentionally but i don't think in.

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Malaysia, Prime Minister and Us discussed on BTV Simulcast

BTV Simulcast

01:06 min | 3 years ago

Malaysia, Prime Minister and Us discussed on BTV Simulcast

"On malaysia read it strengthen stock exchange i said alltime highs we've got investors even our company despite all its negatively that said the scandal triggered the political comeback of opposition leader mahatma muhammad not gbs main opponent and here in europe basically is heading for a snap election that maybe be the chances of a populist government taking power bergstrom filleting explains that a stable administration is still a long way off he's expected to name a nonpartisan prime minister but the antiestablishment fivestar movement and the us skeptic league both plan to vote against that nominee in parliament so we'll have to trigger new and actions as early as july or in the fall in rome john allen bloomberg daybreak europe global news twenty four hours a day on aaron at tick talk on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm sandra kilhof this is bloomberg caroline thank you so much knowledge now with your morning sports news joe townsend southampton manager mark you says they very nearly secured premier league safety swansea means only a highly unlikely goal difference swing.

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Mahathir Mohamad, Najib Razzaq and Twitter discussed on

01:01 min | 3 years ago

Mahathir Mohamad, Najib Razzaq and Twitter discussed on

"Sounds from the final political rally in the malaysia election voting has begun in a fiercely contested malaysia election that pits and opposition led by former authoritarian leader mahathir mohamad against the ruling coalition of prime minister najib razzaq whose image has been sullied by corruption allegations and an unpopular goods and services tax voting throughout the day results later on global news twenty four hours a day on air and a tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm mark mills this is bloomberg doug all right it is thirty nine past the hour daybreak asia and an update now on global sports with god european football action southampton what's going on dan schwartzman it's interesting in a match to avoid relegation that's right this is at the bottom south all but assured itself a place the premier league next season they won mill win over swansea city manolas gabby dini scoring the lone goal.

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"swansea" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"swansea" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

"Similar show me your too yeah so you attracted to well i thought i thought it was cute and i so i thought i don't know i don't heckle normally a heckler no not at all he just asked a question and i give sarcastic swansea's cause anyone in the house from pakistan i said yes i thought it would be fun she does not look like a pug i've gone to pakistan no i haven't been yet because you haven't been back since we've been together and back in a long yeah but you know when someone heckles you and your it actually helps break the ice it's sort of shaking out of your nervousness and gives you something to volley with it can but i didn't i didn't need the that are you daddy grateful that you heckle this none of this when he wouldn't be here certainly wouldn't be here it was serendipitous and so she you guys hit it off in chicago and shit okay next stop it will have sex and either going to hollywood we're going to go to new york did you choose new york we i'd always wanted to live in new york and you were wanted to pursue standup fulltime when i visited doing comedy when i visited you know i just like new york better and there's a thing of like which i've learned is completely wrong but people have the sense that like elliot's solis and shallow and new york is full of life and energy and i love new york but i really really love living in la but we moved to new york because we were like you know new york feels like la's like hollywood itself out back you're you're right l a's filled with solis people in new york does have the sole hundred percent but we you have to be here.

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"swansea" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"swansea" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Three weeks menu long because many i got up saturday morning here's my ridiculous mindy and i got up saturday morning early to watch manchester united beat swansea city to nothing swansea swansea whatever i call a swansea swansea swat tomato was on believable i said to my wife what is going on we are up early and were saying we are up early first of all want to talk about hog this hair blue why because he's from france and it was international day on saturday so as an oath to france he went blue with his hair he's rodman is hair forever i thought you were going to have a problem with it so no i thought it was cool all right loved it and let me just tell you there is no better goaltender in the sport of football then david guys beast goals in soccer harassed segment all you need to do now is talk horse racing and you hit the trifecta dave the swing swing dr david sorry my ridiculous is the cubs with men in scoring position or how about runners at third base one for twelve with runners at third with less than two outs over the weekend they left forty two men on base and their four game series against the marlins now lack of success with runners third it's been an issue for a handful of years now we'd like to see this team not rely so much on the long ball they say they're trying to get out of it chili's trying to get him out of it to get low we'll see we'll see but my ridiculous is is the cubs hitters with runners in scoring position namely third and you got a good point danny all right guy so my ridiculous goes out to gino rem i'm going to take you back in the time machine this is why twitter is great also so on july thirteenth two thousand fourteen and forgive me if i mispronounce her name ingraham bali how do you.

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"swansea" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"swansea" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Swansea in the premier league mohammed saleh scored four goals as liverpool thrashed wofford five nil to go third in the table winds to for bournemouth everton and crystal palace in italy event is have extended their lead the top of our after goalless draw spousal they're five points ahead of napoli in spain valencia be elevates three one to move back up to third in the premier division decorative lacquer ronnie unless powerless drew one which means they both remained in the bottom three wins also for real betis and halfway in germany shoko one one false bug with an own goal four minutes from time that result means that by munich cartner title this weekend in rugby union the six nations champions island beat england at twickenham complete the grand slam for just the third time in their history carry ring rose cj standard and jacob stockdale all scored tries for the irish is they won twenty four fifteen he's the head coach joe schmidt i think it's fantastic for for the group applies that we head they worked incredibly hard and they felt they really merited it they showed a fantastic mix of class encourage i thought some of the some of the school was put together some of them just just going up with the ball or chasing the ball and others were were a little bit of class where we open them up and at at the other end of the perch was pure carriage in the day's other games wales edged out france fourteen thirteen to finish second in the table scotland one thousand nine hundred ninety seven in italy and finished third and incentives roger federer will face one martindale potrero in sunday's final at the indian wells masters in california del portrait beat minnows ryan each in straightsets in the semi's federal came from a set down to beat croatia's born charge thank you colin harrison now when u s troops killed more than five hundred vietnamese civilians in the me line massacre fifty years ago the bravery of one man stood out helicopter pilot hugh thompson tried to halt the slaughter at one point training he's machine guns on us infantryman and threatening to shoot if they didn't stop the killing what he experienced that day during the vietnam war is now the subject of a new work by the san francisco bay based kronos quartet robin warren found out more how.

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"swansea" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"swansea" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Every are wearily complete you great height up for ya yeah the fiveyear swansea married open up her wanting type of be working towards having a child so there you go oh yeah that's a little bit she feels like she needs the show but but exactly who they want to cast gags all right were okay wait so we have three people left yes how do we wanna do this we leave one out in that the um the audiences team okay they got like a oneshot birth and hopefully bacon are eight um i don't care about any of these people think we might have but i fear will off thirty three of them are whatever how many there are so true i literally have no no tone valerie on on is it nature nisha nisha i would share the guy going with with nisha she i literally wrote whatever wrote and wrote it looks like she thinks this is a joke in her photo hata and then for alley have so boring i don't even know where to begin so like this is such a crap shoot i guess i'll take valerie she's from nashville and that's a bachelor breedingground a high yeah i feel like we probably all them give valuable chance because she was the last one in the by true but i am usually such a law the other two actually because if letsie all have nine all we ask you would be like going back yes so let's so just make sure that you're good with valerie is your hour she's also a freaking giant compared to the rest of them she's fine eleven that's because for alley only at are there are you leftovers that were saying yes so the audience team is ollie in nisha yes who stacked.

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"swansea" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"swansea" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"President but that mr trump is not yet ready to fire his house secretary although names of possible replacements are being florida and again as correspondent joe johns supporting the white house presidents complaining media coverage in puerto rico has been unfair team trump continues to insist there making progress i am very satisfied and i now hired storm to recover from but the amount of progress that is being made and i really am would appreciate any support that we get i know again it is really good news story in terms of our ability to deranged people and a limited number of death that have taken place in such a devastating hurricanes acting homeland security secretary elaine duke wpro news time seven thirty one the protests small but spirited group vangere patriots fans vernon some of their gear in swansea unhappy members of the patriots who were kneeling for the national anthem last weekend we expect that professional athletes in our own is in the nfl to ask a place to stand and show respect for the people that died in strict for their country's organized in march shane with negative heroes tessa roy and she was at the demonstration marching says that o'neill for this weekend's game during the anthem all will be made well deputy purity's thames seven thirty one what else have we this morning the governor is signed the legislation since for the guaranteed sick time for hourly workers wpro's steve klamkin has more on that story from prominent this is an issue of human dignity mary ellen goodwin the senate sponsor of the build extending paid time off were workers who call in sick the measure the took two years to win approval in the general assembly will benefit some one huh hundred thousand working rhode islanders says governor gina raimondo it's something that so many of us including me am often.

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"swansea" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"swansea" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"And and i guess that's it you're asking me i don't know where the turnaround is you you don't magically get a running game unless you really want to kinda go with one guy and say we're sticking with that guy and were given him the load were let him carry the ball because listen but it is came research tina nine never getting blown out in this game to wear your all your game plan is i talked about you know yesterday with people with like the giants if you can stick with it and and they did they ran the ball twenty four times and threw it to a thirty five times but you wonder i've heard other analysts talking about a swansea running back saying man pick a guy at this point pick i let him be the work 'course and let him do is thing and right now they haven't done that and and they're not getting anything in the running game we live in a in a an era of multiple backs but there was a time when the really preeminent runningbacks would say i need a certain number of touches just a sort of get my feel for the game down to get everything out owing look at this point and it is opposed to try pretty much anything you can when you france has been vis bat 1930 nine the last time a team opened up with consecutive home games and didn't score a touchdown in the frustration is bubbling over inside the locker room here's aj green after the game last night as a window leader that often managers a fled when we're not having a spark any the bone land somehow somewhere we gotta you gotta fun and working the ball i do not right now is the simple and not the kinda came civilised in key winning game of course this is up and down but we got up we gotta fun and getting funding again appointment as the ball menace assesit it this is a superstar driven the not gonna win without them the problem is right now he's early playmaker he's it you know as i said tyler i for staying healthy is number one but he's a.

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"swansea" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"swansea" Discussed on Ringer FC

"It's bizarre but claude makalele as an assistant coach at swansea how i dunno if if swansea is the centre central midfield finishing school but that that is really the only way that it makes any sense to me um and paul clement you know managed real madrid dumb or so he probably assists in around the critics of his contacts yeah yeah he had some contact some is sanchez a horry mundus uh a player i seem so so you basically like mendez clients are rarely in the same place for that long yet but then he would you down if he was going to england you would think he was going know while rams and narrow and as i feel a little the lowest level okay what can i had one room oh absolutely donny dortmund shock swoop from as it also i would love that living's easily if you guys all of you guys have an hour and a half to kill you should be like over the weekend after all the other things you do and after watching whatever premier league team you're watching it after like watching college football noticed this coming weekend or whatever watch dortmund dormant or play out of their minds right now it's so fun to watch pool is sick and nuri saw he is playing really well and they're just such a fund team i what was that's the type t mozell needs to be on like a happy funloving team where he can come in may be in the sixty th minute and change the game start some games like i know it is are you laughing at he had no laser the vets the there's noise in a call the bench and the other thing is like a majan.

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"swansea" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"swansea" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Right if he and i said nice things i said or a year ahead of schedule i said they're going to be if they're going to be the team probably you have to reckon with next year i've said nice things by can't i i physically can't help the yankees i can't i'd love to but i just can't did help you carry or fritz no he didn't then he goes say say some nice things about us i just need to know the bt is on this thing yeah just kenya hilmi here wet like which the cubic this link cubic inches here linked kenny fit in a dorm room many beverages say say something nice about lows okay a the out love jimmy johnson all rise for the premier league mornings on nbc and next sunday it's last season's two top finishers it'll be a tottenham against chelsea at wembley manchester united heads to selfwilled to take on swansea city and coverage begins saturday at seven am eastern on nbc and soon a jeered in iowa joins us now hi jared would have for me hey you know i just want to quit call back to that irish goodbye now uh you know one pop or quick transition that might help cover all your bases for ya would be to do a scottish goodbye that i'm known for and as you're heading towards the door as you grab the door handle just turning around raising a hand and say all right i'm had now goodbye and then just just walk now what you've covered your basis you said goodbye but you don't have to do the person to person contact okay maybe next time will try that your thank you these i am parts ghana's too.

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"swansea" Discussed on That Awful Sound

That Awful Sound

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"swansea" Discussed on That Awful Sound

"Wherever ace lieutenant hard to put them on and to take them off attempt to just exist with them on but i mean it's worth it you can't worth at you can't wear a watch on that wrist anymore and you know you're going to be stressed out because you be late for everything and also because jesus looking look at him you wanna cover mccarthy that stick not up you know that's right because the stigmata was actually through jesus's rhys so iran which is like a factual error in the in the song ler at sei because if it if okay to be real guys if somebody drove stakes through your hands and you were crucified and hung up by your hands iran they would just ripped right out of the race makes for a cool tattoo but it's not practical ray ray got to put it through the wrist in order to support your full bodyweight city you can hang their for weeks and rot and get eaten by vultures or whatever but like through your hansie would just flop right on the ground swansea men jesus got really the shooting of the stick in that situation several sticks kohl whole out of takes the fog was all of this like that sucks uses for real dude our app ucs rip rpg the a real talk bro report overdo this the thursday showing you went through law like i don't believe in you put like i respect you but respect you dug else i have a question for you sir do you have anybody who listens zero gas who actually believes incur probably.

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