32 Burst results for "Talian"
End of an era: Germany's Merkel bows out after 16 years
"It's it's the the end end of of an an era era Germany's Germany's Angela Angela Merkel Merkel bows bows out out of of two two sixteen sixteen years years at at the the helm helm Merkel Merkel a a full full the the scientist scientist who who grew grew up up in in communist communist East East Germany Germany is is bowing bowing out out about about a a week week short short of of the the record record for for longevity longevity held held by by her her one one time time mentor mentor Helmut Helmut Kohl Kohl who who reunited reunited Germany Germany during during his his nineteen nineteen eighty eighty two two to to ninety ninety eight eight to to ten ten year year medical medical serve serve the the long long side side four four U. U. S. S. presidents presidents for for French French president president five five British British prime prime ministers ministers and and eighty eighty Talian Talian premieres premieres her her
"talian" Discussed on The Really Awful Movies Podcast
"Joining the program joining the program again. very very very soon there is. This is a film about which there is something uniquely. Disarm it even if it occupies a fantastical horror million that we normally sort of avoid. Unless it's the on the talian horror side of the ledger. Or maybe something along the lines of nightmare on elm street because fantasy and horror is is pretty difficult to or too difficult to spaces to try to bridge the divide and it often doesn't turn out quite that well. I think another film could throw in there and we'll.
Cold Case, Right There Before God And Country
"A little welcomes the best case. Worst case is jim clemente retarded bag profiled from nick city prosecutor and writer-producer. Cbs's criminal minds and with me. Today is various francey hague's former state and federal prosecutor jam. We are back at it regular best case worst case behind police lines and today. I'm so excited because not only do we have a special guest. We have a special guest from my own state of georgia. Gen numbered outnumbered. We'll see about that. It's fantastic and our special guest is cheryl mccollum. He's from atlanta. You can hear accent. I love it. Sheryl mccollum tells what your background who you yes. Well on the director of the cold case investigative research institute. But i'm also a crime scene investigator for a local metro atlanta department. So i wear both hats a lot of actual actual badge holders here. We have a real live like vinnie. The cop comedian. We had on a few weeks ago. Now we have cheryl cheryl. Are you a comedian by any chance birdie funny we'll see we'll get it. I knew for us to really interesting though. But mostly it's jim who likes to mock me and he thinks that's funny anyway. Let's talk about you. This is so exciting. I'm so grateful you came on the show because we just don't have very many people from georgia i mean. Jim doesn't let me every time i ask on his own. He doesn't like people from georgia or any stubborn fate or really anyone from anywhere but california saying like that. I'm pretty sure i've heard him say that. But i have you and you're from georgia so tell us about your background. What do you do. And how did you get there will native laden and i was educated through all my years from elementary school. All the way through college in fulton county also delivered academy for hostile which is in college far. And then i went georgia's jay which is right downtown atlanta and my husband and i went to high school in college together and we now have two children. One's in college are sign in our daughters out next year. So big thing to translate to when we use terms of are the general people. Don't understand. I we always like to ask everyone. Okay all right. Yeah fixing a whole lot in new york city office. We use fixing. I'm big in my car. This extreme eight on our facebook page. I guarantee you. They're going to be play people as a jim. How could you not know what she was saying. Everyone loves making sure everybody in the audience. Where because we do have people in australia. For example who are probably fixing their cars and in london who are probably fixing of tea. But i don't know about college. That's what she meant So thank you for all so. Tell us about your path to to the police. I mean how did you you obviously. You're the director of a cold case investment institute. But how did you become involved in police work. My path actually started when i was about four. So you remember way back in the day. We didn't have interstates so there were two lane roads to get to the beach and my mother would tell us these Tastic stories and if you get outside of atlanta about a hundred miles you'd have radio stations. Associated was are entertained. So i can remember her telling us about bonnie by just became so captivated by the idea that this couple loved each other fiercely crisscross. The united states robbing banks. And i'm like yeah. I got i got to get it on that somehow. So so you actually. Considering crisscrossing the united states robbing banks. Or did you go right. Do let's stop. That stop was a time when did an international joel things hard like the mafia really did appeal to me but of course she would tell me things like well. Honey were not add talian. And they're not don't take you in the mob and so they tried to push me the other way a little bit on the hall. They died in a hail of bullets. Said that when i was four she waited any is when they took me to see the dance. Call now eight. I realized what happened. Medef they took alcatraz. And when i was in the seventh grade straight. Weren't they buy that gun. I guess just trying to show me every element you know when i was in the seventh grade I wrote j. edgar hoover fanmail letter did write you back. He did write me back and much basically say stay in school and studying hard which crashed me because i thought surely he's got a holly me up because nobody's going to suspect the twelve year old little southern girl i could you know get inada places unseen
"talian" Discussed on When in Spain
"Would say. Maybe seventy percent of the vocabulary is very similar to Spanish. And maybe thirty percent of the vocabulary is completely different Spanish maybe more similar to French or Talian. However, the Portuguese accent and the Portuguese way of pronouncing vowel sounds on the letter S. is completely different to Spanish. Portuguese. Spoken competitors written would say it's free difficult to understand. Now managed to communicate in Spanish for most of the time I think what the taxi driver who took us from the airport to the center described as Portal Gan Yo you can communicate in Spanish lots of people in Lisbon speak. English. Unnoticed at the level of English was pretty high really of course as I would always recommend g try and make an effort to learn a few basics Portuguese..
Opaline Sparkling Pinot Noir Brut Rose
"Dave from cheap WINE FINDER DOT COM A. Day would get a wine from. Trader Joe's. And, it's a summer cooler. It's Kinda. Kinda cool, let me get the bottle so I can read. It's open line. You know no wire sparkling. Abreu. That says seven ninety nine. French bubbly. Piano wire. That's basically all we know about about. Usually French wine. They're really into the place. You know it's gotTa. Be Language or Town or That this one is brought to France. Doesn't tell you much anything Made it, you don't know where it's from anything that's from France. What it looks pretty, it's got. The bottle! US prison up and it's got most cooled. Shapes, to kind of like the winds from as from vence. What else do you need? This is the opinion Nuwara bubbly. Rosaiah onto. Route, which means it's not so sweet dry so heck. Not. Knowing where it's from isn't a big deal, and it's seven ninety nine sip. It Tastes Good it's not complex. What you did up. Front is what you get all the way through the wine, but what you get up fronts pretty good. Don't really complain about you know that it's not. Layered and at a o'clock sand. If you put enough, chill on it and this is really. A summer chiller. Cold bast flavors. So You're not really. Going to really chill down. You don't want champagne. You don't want something expensive. because. You're losing half the experience. So this is perfect for. Stick it in the freezer half hour for you drank. This good looks good. It's cheap. From France! What else do you want I mean? The label doesn't tell you anything extra gotTA. PODCAST longer one. Coming up pretty, soon. How to read a wine label or more likely why? You can't figure out anything from Wine Label. This wine tells you nothing. I usually have pretty good luck with trader Joe's. Sparkling wines import wines, even the. Even their American ones. And I'm happy with this one cold Keep it. These kind of acidity that As you reaching for another sip before you even know it, which is Kinda what it's supposed to do so this is a French bubbly new wide group. That does what it's supposed to do. Looks good tastes, Great. That's okay with me. I, wish I knew more about it, which I know who made I wish. I knew where it was from. I. Wish I knew if it was the traditional method for the sharp nothing. You're the Talian to the French method. It's kind of got a used thing, so maybe it's got some form of a traditional nothing I don't know. These lower prices. You normally get the. Sean that nothing the large brush rise tank from station. But either way at this price he you. You don't ask too many questions. Sometimes, it's just nice to know what you're drinking. And it's trader. Joe's a blind. Are Sparkling Pinot Noir. Roseanne Summer Cooler. Good. Looks Good. Nick. What more do you? I can't think of anything more than you tonight. It's ninety degrees, and it's at night and. The, going down fine,
"And welcome to food neighborhoods, Son monocle twenty four I articles hate. During the epidemic we continue the show in a slightly different form as many of you find yourself suspending Simon's home. We do follow suit. Stay beat more domestic and delve into the world of great recipes this week. We hear from Heinz Beck. Who Run subur-, Lapeer Gula restaurant in Rome. Hello my name is Hans Spec I'm here to give you an very easy. Italian recipe of automaker, beautiful pasta with fish. What do you need for this recipe? Very simple, a little bit of Sakina, red, bell peppers whitefish and little bit of white wine, and of course beautiful Spaghetti Pasta. would. We have to do is cooking the bell peppers indio. Sprinkling before a little bit with exclusive, Ching olive oil cooking till the skin is not becoming talk, remove the skin and you're cutting the. Purpose in long slices the same you're doing with the to Keeney, only the green powder, so it would give a beautiful calling into your past the red and the green, the white like the Talian flack. Before you have to prepare a little bit of officials, stock this you're doing gleaning in the fish, and with the bones with a little bit of which tables Carrot Celery, a little bit of on that little bit of tomato. You make a small little fish stock. And then you are cooking. You'll pasta the pasta your cooking. Boiling salt water slightly salted water in the meantime. You're cutting the fish fillet in. Long slices as well. You season at the little bit of Salt, a little bit of oil. You heat up the pen and you put this fish into the pan without aiding up the oil because oil with around the fish is enough salty for few seconds, and then you will not have additional burning oil in the pan. Eight of the wet you tables then two minutes before the end of the cooking time you will remove for the speedy from the water, the salt water you put in the Pan adding a little bit of the fish stock and cooking, the rest of cooking time together with the pastor, so the together with the fish richer tables, so the pasta will a. Soap all the flavors, the end, a little bit of personally the chauffeur, white wine and little bit of olive oil.
"talian" Discussed on VUX World
"Out. Basically one one party proposes that closing could be done next with you. Party has to ratify and they may or may not they may have wanted to to to bring up this originally. It gives them the opportunity. Bring up another topic in the precluding again they both ratified that in the next trains you get by about structure all through that. How do that? There's there's a eight? There are Predictable patterns conversation analysts do. Is we through our transcripts and recordings. We catch people doing that. We compare lots of different cases and from that described these these mechanisms that we as people use to accomplish our compensation. How much of these structures are cultural? On how much are these are global to all of us? That's a good question. It appears And Conversation Analysis is a international discipline. It's done by people in different cultures in different languages I know pretty much only English opposition analysis but what we found is that the interaction patterns are pretty universal. And they haven't really talked about yet but there's a notion of sort of the language and the interaction and the interaction patterns are kind of more basic very basic and the the language than is sorted what we layer on top and how we cover so for example a a an offer. There's one ways to offer somebody something they accepted. Or they decline Imitation I can do that without language at all. I can hand something out toward you and you can take it or not. I think we learned the interaction patterns before we can speak and they're very they're very basic and there's some research that most of the interaction patterns themselves are very universal now or differences cultural differences around them but the basics are finished saying. There's you know. There's sort of length of pauses considered normal. That varies a bit With culture but overall found that along the basic star like how negotiate turns taking a lot of the basic sequence types things like offers and invitations and requests are very wide universal. But that's part part of the research if you were defined people in and Talian or he you know they do this than that paper and there are some papers culture that they seem to be relatively small and so that that means that's good news for signers that means what we can do. We can reuse the dialogue patterns and translate the language of the dialogue. And I think that's that's a critical piece if we had to reinvent them for every language than Problem but you know. We speak across. People learn different languages and the interaction. They have St- to pretty much take the same form regardless of which language. They're in her interest in an you. One for your comments in in the broadcast off can see a few questions going through To keep the questions come in and we will get to them. ease throughout the composition of towards the end of the conversation We will definitely will definitely do that. you kind of touched on the Bob In a second ago you were talking about the the different ways of designing compositions and the the situation the the y'all kind of proposing in isn't the only one on you're not necessarily proposing that it's the right one you just said it's the one that you kind of prefer some of the other Ways of doing it which you also kind of in the bulk is the kind of the tree. Best design As well as the kind of the the almost like the voice control at the request response kind of thing you know the of doing it in your words on your mind is the difference. Our advantage of I think you call it Natural conversation design rather than anything else was the differences in the advantages of using that approach to create compositions versus using a tree based narrative. Or something like that. Well dates first of all Human Conversation is very versatile you can do. It's very flexible. We can use it to adapt to all kinds of slacking differences in knowledge and a misunderstandings. interactional troubles. And so. It's it's a very flexible machinery. And if we can if we can get a machine that can do that that would be very powerful but that's so now. I don't think we're there yet. I don't I don't think portfolios area but that that's that's that's That's useful the thing. Is that if you want some more of more practical.
"talian" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Wright you might know him from his golden globe Tony and Emmy winning role as believes in the Broadway production angels in America you might know him as a symbol of chaos in the film back yard or is playing long time no see this in H. B. O.'s boardwalk empire you might know him most recently as Bernard the double crossing robot in HBO's Westworld but in addition to his acting work and in his spare time Jeffrey Wright likes to make right by getting involved in social justice projects an activist work you might have seen the documentary he produced on HBO about veterans and art therapy and now in the code nineteen era he created a charity called Brooklyn for life which he organized with local friends to help support small restaurant businesses and healthcare workers on the front lines in Kings County Brooklyn Jeffrey welcome back to W. NYC high yeah Hey Brian thanks for having me I really appreciate it had to pay one thank you Bernard double cropping robot maybe double crossed robot right okay we'll we'll we'll we'll we'll give them victim status here for for the money could beat that one I see you live in fort Greene and that's where a whole lot of great restaurants are located as well as Brooklyn hospital so was matching restaurants the hospital workers kind of a no brainer hatters Brooklyn for life actually work it works exactly in that way we we now have a circle of over forty almost fifty restaurants from fort Greene to bed Stuy out to bay ridge really across the borough that have been providing meals to ten medical facilities here in Brooklyn and all eleven FDNY EMS station we've been doing that since March twenty seven and yes we started with Brooklyn hospital we started locally trying to fight off as much as we could Q. and that was with two restaurants the Brooklyn moon cafe which is banned in the neighborhood for twenty five years and grab the ellos Talian restaurant that's been in the neighborhood for fifteen years I'm friends with both both owners Michael Thompson at the Brooklyn mon and beat around out so I grabbed the L. as I've lived in the neighborhood for twenty years and so I wanted to see if I could support band and support our other small businesses here because I love their food has had that want that proved to be there when I when this is all said and done and I wanted to support them and because their friends and so we met with many single Kerry was the vice president of external affairs the Brooklyn hospital what a special institution that that is I walk past that place I don't know how many times without really understanding the importance of that facility to the community hundred and seventy five year old safety net facility that provides care for you know everyone in the community but but but particularly to those who live in public housing here in fort Greene it's just a really yeah incredible incredible institution so they needed additional support when cove it hit and it hit as you know harder here in king county than anywhere else in the country so we started providing those meals to them because they had staff that were working fifteen sixteen hours shifts for going home many of them but staying in hotels nearby with all restaurants closed so that's how we began on March twenty seventh very simply just look out for one another here in fort Greene we sent expanded we've now delivered over a hundred thirty thousand meals to those facilities all provided by small business mom and pop local Brooklyn restaurants and as you described these are restaurants that define culture for us that define our lifestyle the places where we gather and socialize and later and you know they they're they're they're the heartbeat of of of of our community of Brooklyn and and why we love this place and so we we created a mechanism that could support support them in support the front line at the same time that is so great that this started because he wanted to connect some of the people you know personally as you were just describing who own a couple of restaurants in your neighborhood that you love and then this became this borough wide thing with you know as you say over a hundred thousand meals delivered in over fifty restaurants involved so kudos and congratulations and that is just awesome what I got to give credit to the Brooklyn borough president Eric Adams office reached out to us early on and asked if we would go wider provided us points of contact at the very stability then you know we took it from there and and and we did the best we could and we're still we're still doing that we'd like to keep it going for a bit longer resources that the key to that but but yeah our expansion will facilitated by the Brooklyn borough president's office so let me ask you about an old role of yours that this made me think of you may not be a healthcare worker but you played one on the stage in angels in America back in the nineties you play a game nurse forced to take care of Roy Cohn as he died of aids for a younger generation who may not know Roy Cohn was senator Joseph McCarthy's lawyer the they may know Donald Trump is saying I want my Roy Cohn and he's apparently got him in Attorney General Matt of the ten general bar now that Roy Cohn was also a mentor for trump I'm curious have you been thinking back to that play and that role at all these days well you know there's another nurse that that figures very prominently in my in my life and that's my ninety year old who was now living with my mother passed last fall so he's bad our primary concern and that you know but at the same time the play obviously has relevance now is we deal with what is you know another that pandemic other plague in a particularly here in New York that that that that suffered as well during the aids crisis so that play is of course I thought you know what it was recently on Broadway I took my kids saw the first part millennium blending approaches and just a masterpiece of craftsmanship and and and and drum dramatic architecture but the the power of that he has a an expression of moral outrage in a time of crisis unfortunately that it still remains a pertinent now at the gate band that the testament to the power of Tony Kushner's mind imagination and writing but it's also that testament to the unfortunate state of affairs that we find ourselves in too often in in our country and you also produce the HBO documentary we are not done yet which gives voice to war veterans who are undergoing art therapy to help with PTSD there are reports of the disease spreading through Veterans homes you know group homes for vets and many older veterans as you know are currently homeless are you in touch with that community right now and what are you hearing R. I am in touch with some of the folks that I I I work with on that film and on that project we we we stay in touch we stayed in touch since then I'm not in touch with any veterans groups but that yes they've been brutalized these you know the vehicle care facilities have been brutalized by the outbreak but the relevance of that piece that I've been thinking about it had been communicating about woods with some folks this is around our healthcare workers and our first responders as well EMTs our paramedics who really charged into the teeth of this outbreak and were having experiences I think that we really need to bear in mind as we go forward in court in terms of the the emotional injuries that they might have received as a result of taking over seven thousand calls per day you know on you know four weeks we only hit sixty five hundred calls as I understand it on nine eleven for our paramedics we wish to passing that on a daily basis in the midst of this crisis and of course on nine eleven sadly there weren't as many patients as bad as we might have hoped on that day of course in this in each of those calls represented a patient about you know at least one and there were cases that were described me in which you help our first responders with a book with a ride on a situation that I thought many times a day in which they were helpless to do anything couldn't take anyone for secondary care and you know cardiac arrest as I understand it look through the roof and they witnessed a lot of suffering and a lot of death and I think you know what we think about PTSD as it relates to the veterans as we explored in that cell I think we need to translate that experience to some of the folks who were were were were fighting on our behalf here on the front lines of this outbreak because after that I think that is the second accident story that that we may not pay attention to but we certainly need to and many younger fans of yours and I love you because of Westworld the HBO show that's about well let's not get into it whether it's double crossing by the robots were being held across right but it's definitely about greed and human nature and over the top set pieces and so after spending so much time acting in a robot fuel demise of humanity show are you afraid the captains of industry are going to seize this opportunity to make touchless robots the future of labor we had Naomi Klein on the show yesterday predicting exactly that what are the what are what are show explored this season particularly you are what is the way in which technology is manipulated and the ways in which the technology that presented to us as being you know quality greater efficiency for greater freedom sports can be manipulated in such a way that it back at the outcomes are the opposite and so the the war you know one of the things that we balance is this question of freedom and free will not only for the whole of the robots but also for the individuals and the question then becomes well who actually gets who is hosting who is your man it had been in multiple ways we ask that question and are we living through loops are we being programmed by the technology that you know we become increasingly merge to increasingly addicted to thank you we are being programmed to what and and by who so I think there are definitely things that we beat you pay attention to and again I I I look at it and it in such a way that it's not the tool you know if the hand that we'll do it Hamburg can drive nails or it could be you know you can bask self in the head with it you know how the thing is used and who has control over it so yes I think there's definitely things we need to pay attention to particularly now we come out of this and certainly there's going to be technology that use I think in a number of ways whether it be to to monitor our movements and our behaviors and things like that so that we can create a safer environment or whether it be to create greater efficiencies and workplaces you know yes so we have we need to pay attention and we need to to educate ourselves and be aware of who behind the curtain that definitely and watch more Westworld you'll you'll be excluded that Jeffrey Wright explaining.
"talian" Discussed on KQED Radio
"To see each other we've been facetiming pretty much every day so it's made a lot easier thanks to modern technology Shaun and Adam have re imagine their Talian themed date night in light of the current code is locked down hello if you're taller date over facetime and often as if we're going to detain restaurant and I put on makeup and put on my socks and everything then went and watched the same show on Netflix I'm on a different clients and I had like ice criminal and acted as if we were at the cinema just something to look forward to three enjoy your day so far yes thank you dating may not be a long term solution but Patton says at least provide some kind of human connection chewing self isolation video dating I think has given me like a sneak preview of the person but you don't really quite you don't know exactly how how they are in person until you actually meet them and so I would still prefer to meet them in person like I I prefer traditional dating over tool dating just because I'm not kind of person not and you know like saying like somebody in front of them to talk to you to read their body language to gauge you know what traction and things like that I think that's still super super important to to dating so what we all try to get through this pandemic together some corners of the world to opening up enabling the lonely to.
"talian" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Showing they showed a misleading video of what they had said was an eye Talian hospital during a segment on the New York crisis and it took place on CBS this morning that they were talking about a recall most allegation that FEMA only give the state four hundred ventilators when they needed thirty thousand even though they have a warehouse as he finally admitted where they're stockpiling ventilators literally and so the network aired footage of the story went during the story of a crowded Italian hospital room that was reported by Sky News on March twenty second during a segment on hospitals in Italy this is CBS after it was pointed out by everybody on Twitter said was an editing mistake we took immediate steps to remove it from all platforms and shows it was a CBS statement to daily caller I you they need to be really accurate with the staff I mean you can even see it show and it says that that the science behind the art I Talian but the network never said whether or not they would issue an on air correction where everyone sought yeah no sob and yesterday CNN cut away when they were doing the press conference CNN didn't start carrying until trump finish speaking mmhm and now we're gonna Congress Democrats are reportedly exploring Adam Schiff a commission to scrutinize trump's Wuhan coronavirus response ladies and gentlemen I love this headline it's called impeachment to resistance Mughal if the pandemic boogaloo so NBC first reported yesterday that preliminary talks have begun on Capitol Hill they're trying to figure out some other way they can impeach him they are they are looking they want to do like a nine eleven commission but a pandemic one what and they said that they this is I was just literally this is the story informal discussions have begun on Capitol Hill about the possibility of creating a panel to scrutinize the trump administration's response to the corona virus pandemic that would be modeled on the commission that investigated the terror attacks of September eleventh two thousand and one according to four people familiar with the discussions in the longest run on sentence in this whole entire network history they described the discussions as quote very preliminary in quotes and involved mostly congressional Democrats mostly Democrats you say mostly so who are they or maybe how are you guys not repeat the mistake I got John M. as this most in the first place all my gosh still there is hi all right we got more to come including with headlines they're trying to raise money to go after Samaritan's purse because and are you closing the parks really that's actually a thing your closing parks yes really we got to talk about this because I'm yeah and then we have your daily reminder that China is a you know what I'm telling you never put it away Kane why is this not a hockey steel make it a hockey I'm not trying to make it a hockey all right we got a lot more coming up as we move on our good friends a car shield know how probably anxious and freaked out you are during this time and they also realize that one of the worst things that could happen right now is you having to have a major car repair during this time of economic uncertainty when everyone's in masks and gloves so commercial machine or no first off this is they have affordable protection plans this is what they do they're affordable protection plays it can save you lots of money for covered repairs GPS electronics whatever it.
"talian" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"Com he work Big Boy this kids need one people stop I you've got no please see Talian thank two five nine in the name of the welcome back to the neighborhood grow as everybody doing mainly doing good man with sobriety brought how bad did he give for your voice when you say man you know what like you gotta you gotta know pointed in the crash the car for you really realize yeah we'll see with me I've literally crash the car first I literally crashed a car first as my first drinking driving offense a crash the car okay that's the first thing to happen the second thing that happened was I went to jail for years when other drinking driving for a year writing smack dab in the middle of my everything fashion career you know I mean so in in the third thing was I reached a point where it felt like a rock bottom another rock bottom for me in the problem with that was it wasn't at that moment it wasn't a financial rock bottom for me right at that moment it was actually a financial high it was right after lighters came it was you do well I was doing well financially but I didn't feel good I feel good enough so I just got tired of everything all the mistakes and things being made and everything being alcohol being the common denominator for everything was alcohol and or was it just uses algo but the way that I did it you know the best and you got a big man we we feel like we can do it all there's a lot of pain SO forty two is you don't see it it's it's okay you go to a club is free drinks you goes away you create this the way I got to create it is almost like we can justify our so called addiction I was gonna say that I was gonna say there's a lot of people say that is that you know it's free flowing in this I mean that has something to do with it I guess you know I mean but it's just like anything.
"talian" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"You stick around your radio is betting on tech is coming opinion nineteen phone tap Big Boy no no the the one people stop I style you've got no please from sassy Talian thank choose that you click so D. talking and that is seventeen because you know you you to he he he she got good and give it to me can know so maybe you will she's a free of problems seven days we face from the from the west can no see that's he let me really just be the last the quick something he he he Monday through Saturday we had to take it in nineteen phone coming out of your getting the right you're on your way to Six Flags magic this right here is damaged studio block as well because my name is Angela reading those the neighborhood now he started his own podcast as well recently he was congratulated with these like award right regulation so when you when your podcast team came to the neighborhood someone messed up our studio that we let you borrow we live six nine he is a unity a phone tap on the team is ready to be to make I'm doing well angel how you doing main Jason tell me to give you a call was going on workers and their life into it congratulations to you roll a age role I'm gonna tell you bro I'm surprise a J. soon gave me the number to call you why because the last time when you guys came down here I just kind of feel disrespected by you guys we let you guys use one of our rooms to do ya got cast right somebody give something in that studio no one no yes way and no one came in saying Hey we made a mistake here with them right out of the cell somebody spilled something on the board of mass something happened and I guess some jump drives came up missing our engineer had to bring it to our attention brought we never let nobody in here because obviously like you still with me today's is on you know you you lose the award for what no all too you know your name that you guys came down with John PC yeah you enjoy your wardrobe and yeah well you know what you say yeah but you guys knew which 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Taytu Betul: The Empress of Ethiopia
"Is encyclopedia. Britannica today's leader was a brilliant political and military military mind who successfully beat back the European imperialists trying to take over her country and then let her people through a successful era era of modernization. Let's talk about impressive. Ethiopia Tae to Tool Tae to which is the I'm horrid word for son was born around eighteen fifty in deborah taper. DOP A- into a regionally powerful family in the north of the country. There's no record of take ever attending school or receiving any sort of formal education. But she was taught to read and write in which would have been unusual for women of time. It's also believed that. She was taught the basics of power politics and diplomacy she understood Gaz. A language used in the Ethiopian Orthodox Church and was apparently a very talented chess player. When Taytay was ten years old she was married off to her first husband who was an officer in the army? Armie she would marry two more times before finally marrying her fourth and final husband Kingman a leak of Shah soon to be emperor mentally a second of Ethiopia. Tae Two was over thirty years old when the two were married making her an extremely old bride Ethiopian marriage norms at the time still will the two are believed to be a very good match an extremely well suited for each other. After being named Emperor and Empress of Ethiopia in eighteen eighty nine tae a two started wielding considerable power. She and MENA lick fell into a routine where he would regularly avoid taking unpopular stances. That would anger for his constituents allowing you to step in and put her foot down at which point he would have to go along with his wife. It was a basic good cop bad copper team. Brilliant Savvy Mind and became her husband's most important advisor in public and private. She was always consulted before any the important decision was made. Tatum was also one of the first Ethiopians to realize that. Italy had imperialist designs on the country Italy had previously. We made overtures of friendship potato came to understand that their plans were much more problematic. She called the Talian out on it. Saying you want other countries is to see the opium as your protege but that will never be. By the time relations between Ethiopia and Italy broke down in eighteen ninety one tae to was essentially running the show and refused to concede any territory to the invasive Europeans. She put a stop to any negotiations that would have resulted in the loss of land. The Italians when the negotiations came to a halt more broke out between the two countries. Tasty road out her husband's side at the head of their army. She was deeply involved in military planning from day. One day to personally put together a battle plan that led to the Ethiopian victory at a Collie and it said that her presence eighteen ninety six battle of Agua was crucial to the Ethiopian victory over the Italians. Odd was generally considered the most significant victory of an African army over or a European army during the apex of European imperialism. It was a humiliating defeat for the Italians and ended up having rather far reaching consequences is for Italy moving forward once. The Talian threat was squashed. Tattoo and Mental League founded the city of Ati Saba which remains the the capital of Ethiopia to This Day Tae to actually chose the site for the future city. In the last few decades of her reign tae to was a force of modernization mutation and eventually opened up the opium to greater trade and technology. She also financed the construction of a number of well known and impressive churches throughout Ethiopia. Gotcha as many leagues. Health disintegrated tae two wheeled more and more power and authority. This didn't end well for her eventually public. Discontent forced her to step down
"talian" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"In the background just a wonderful atmosphere we go to del Lago witcher's Talian restaurant we've got naturalistic urine which focuses on our natural flair we've got the tavern steak house with really why do bees and grand old American tradition again live music over the weekend Thursday Friday Saturday so just wonderful selections and then that doesn't even touch what we have smaller restaurants Kathy Julie's where you can go in and get to ladder one pastries and treats his balance and bistro style service that we have throughout as well and also seasonally or Colorado golf club grills which has just been re opened and remodeled and has such a lovely tribute to our golf history which is expensive so that's the short amount of them and then when we get into some are as we get into restaurants that are pools restaurants out on our golf courses and restaurants up in the canyon eighteen fifty eight so the list does go on and on this site has kind of the the top five not to get that great the brought I mean you talk about that yeah so as I sit here speaking with the appearance leading in the main hotel and on the mezzanine level is her oldest restaurant it was the original restaurant when we opened our doors in our lake terrace dining room it used to be the only restaurant it was a matter is complain at the time and.
"talian" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I took my us a tease I had dinner with my aunt and uncle and my grandmother Talian restaurant here in New York City I was in a foul mood and my uncle turn the meeting said what the hell's eating you anyway and I said something really stupid to him at that point which change my entire life which was I don't really want to be a lawyer and he got furious with me she said do you not realize that you're gonna be dead for ever and I said what do you mean he said do you not realize that relative to how long you're going to be dead you're going to be alive for about a minute why in the world but you do something you don't want to do and I said well I don't know what else I would do she said you got to be kidding me all I ever heard you talk about his restaurant your whole life I I S. I actually said at that point we'll psycho eat in restaurants for the rest of my life he says no you fool you should open a restaurant and it just it's not something that people were doing in the nineteen eighties you just didn't do it you just didn't do it that phrase is the precursor of many a great entrepreneurial story because many founders have to go up against the kind of received wisdom that says you just don't do certain things and if they're lucky that weary sounding you just didn't do it becomes a vibrant I've got to go do it you have incredible talent at every position there are fires burning so easy way the time is right ten years later this is a masters of scale I'm Reid Hoffman.
Pakistani Military Rescues 6 Mountain Climbers Trapped by Avalanche
"Mountain climbers have been rescued in northern Pakistan amount, nearing workers as the Pakistani army, helicopter, rescued four talian and two. Pakistani climbers on Tuesday a day after they were stranded by an avalanche. The expedition was hit while the sending a mountain and became stranded, anelle to, to fifty three hundred meters or more than seventeen thousand feet. A Pakistani member of the team was killed the head of. Pakistan's alpine clubs as the sixty seven climbers were taken to a nearby hospital. A Pakistani tour operator who arranged the expedition said, none of the injuries were life
"talian" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"We suffer from a deficit of information, education analysis and prudence, and hillsdale will fill that Dr Spalding in the last segment, we're talking about immigration. And this is so important. You used the term blood and soil immigration conservatism. That's not you. That's not me. But there's a lot of it around. Would you explain what that means and why it is not an American concept? Right. Well, the a lot of confusion about it. And I think that one of the reason why this conversation is important is because you'll all this confusion surrounding this question, immigration security, citizens asylum. All of these things really turn on a going back to and getting correct these underlying principles. This is almost always the case with many of these large questions, which deal with the nature of what it means to be this particular country. What our principles this is why American conservatism liberalism, flat matter, broadly, speaking, always debating the meaning of the original idea, America do we want to conserve that thing. We wanna liberate ourselves from it. And we're always going back to that. And go ahead. So we were all going back that, but we're not always going back to it in Europe. I mean, they don't believe that that was going to make much of that of that question is a distinction between what it meant here and what it meant in the European tradition. And there you see a key different, especially within conservatism, but also broadly speaking in American liberalism. I'm using that integrate generic term about what the differences here. Let me give you sample, which is not immigration based at the time of the American revolution. They're fighting a revolution against the king of England and they're thinking about how we're going to justify revolutions at common law is it is. There are compacts is it or agreements through parliament, and ultimately, turn to a argon about rights. But then the question is are we are we gonna fight for our rights as Englishman will up to a point? That's what they. Wanted the rights of what it meant to be an Englishman, I e someone born in England and having the rights of an Englishman, but they realized that wasn't sufficient, if you're hiding war against the king of England. So they actually went beyond that they went above that are behind that everyone. I put it to the right in nature held by all human beings. They made a universal claim that really transcended the notion that we are defined by where we're born which futile argument or bloodline, we are not by blood, French or German or talian. We appeal to something that was a universal truth. And of course, that the center of the declaration of independence. From which launch the idea of an American sort of citizenship different from anything that it's what American exceptionalism is actually based on going under over behind. It's going higher in my view, but distinguish that from what happened in the French revolution. Because I don't think the French revolution. They may have originally intended to pursue the same sort of thing ended up doing anything remotely like the American experiment. Well, so what happens with the older? They'll feel futile argument, which is the blood and soil reference, we made earlier, which was what it meant to be a citizen was defined not by an idea. But by where you're born what your bloodline is essentially, an aristocratic notion of what it means to be a citizen. It's what you inherited. The French revolution goes a different direction. They feel too, right? They claim to follow the American revolution. But it was a much different thing. The what they claimed was not grounded in nature, which said it had no moorings, but it was it was revolutionary in the true in the true sense. The word to break down everything. And so their notion of, of rights is much more rationalist, and open ended. And we are we are citizens of the world. So kind of modern cosmopolitanism, a lot of that comes out of the, the remnants of the French revolution in European thinking, as well. Fair to say that they wanted that they have thirty they wanted nothing tradition or God. They wanted license and they want to try. So those are two extremes. America is is another alternative, which is we have a universal principle. We believe all men are created equal, which creates this notion of citizenship, anyone can become a citizen, but it's an particular nation, this nation with this constitutional system, which is why the other principal at the harvest is consent. We must consent to our laws in.
Amanda Knox Returns to Italy for First Time Since Her Acquittal
"Amanda Knox is back in Italy for the first time since her acquittal. I just don't know if I go back I don't think I would. She was invited to speak at a conference organized by the Italy innocence project. She said that this thing didn't exist when she was convicted. She says I'm honored to accept their invitation to speak to the talian people at this historic event, return to Italy for the first time one of those things where you, you're not you're not celebrated as a hero in Italy. So I'm not sure that would be I on my trips in terms of getting out and going around to around
At least 4 injured in Venice cruise ship crash
"And out of control. Cruise ship crashes into a river boat and dock in Venice this morning, leaving four people injured the MSNBC opera cruise ship bought able to stop while in a canal they're plowing. It was stationary boat before sliding along the nearby dock for tourists were injured, CBS's said dome. Details the seat on the ground. Video is quite dramatic from the scene. You can see people fleeing. Some people went into the water, you can hear screaming as these two tugboats, according to local media, tried to stop this boat, which was this cruise ship, which was docking at the time, early reports are that there were engine problems. And the crew was able to stop until the plowed into small ferry quite a bit shaken nerves there at the dockside the talian officials are now calling for cruises to be banned from. Entering Venice's could
Silvio Berlusconi, Renal Colic And Prime Minister discussed on Morning Edition
"Honolulu or talian, prime minister Silvio Berlusconi has been hospitalized is reported to be having kidney problems his press offices. He is receiving treatment for acute renal colic pain caused by kidney stones his political party says he plans to immediately returned to campaigning for next month's European parliamentary elections as soon as health checks.
The street-level view of Brexit
"Is a certain practicality to this whole Brexit thing sorta like Mattie there a minute ago Brexit for her is like traffic on her way home. Sometimes you just gotta deal with it. It's a practicality that maybe we didn't get to yesterday up in Boston practicality that follows right on from our premise this week that while Brexit is a political story through and through those political decisions have real meaning when business and the economy are on the line. So if you are being really practical say trying to run a business in this economy, the bricks at narrative goes like, this Brexit is a big deal shore. But the smaller your businesses the bigger a deal. It is we found exhibit to that truism at the farm girl. Cafe the other day up on Portobello road? Let's talk to Enrico. Enrico my friends gonna stick a microphone in your face. Tell me your name again. My name is in Rico Enrico injury. Could Zillow you're from Mexico Spain. No, I'm actually in talian, very good. How did you wind up here? Well, I I'm moved to London twenty years ago as a student, so then I stayed here working then I set up my own business. So it's been a while. It'd be longtime here what kind of business fashion business. So we designed clothes here in London manufacture them in Asia, sell all over the world US included. So you've got a vested business interest in Brexit and his whole thing. The big problem on my hands. Yeah. So tell me about that. Well, main issues, you know, we manufacturer of UK bring all everything to do. You can then we distributed around Europe. If Brexit happens we won't be able to distribute as effectively from here, we would need to set up a company to do that. Let me let you get your coffee. Sorry to interrupt, and which basically means a lot of cost complication. We know we're on a very large business. So for us to be able to continue to operate effectively setting up another company, let's say like in the Netherlands or something or another country that is logistically attractive for us. It will be a huge cost and a complication which would be happy happy do without. So what are you going to do because it's not happening on Friday, right twenty-ninth? But it might happen on the twelfth through the twenty second taking a risk because the probably the most sensible thing to do. I mean, it's it's a difficult decision. Because either you invest it costs and your seem it's going to happen, and then make expenditure and the abrasion trained to people and effectively it's is is a one way decision. You can't unwind it once you do it. Right. I would probably small business. I would rate myself on relatively more prepared on this subject than than many others. Given to size of a company. But I I would say there is a lot a lot a lot of businesses of of our size that will be completely affected a non prepare for for anything. Good up and give me a sense of size. How many people do you employ? I've twenty twenty. It's not it's not it's not small more than say. Like sixty percent of our stuff. It's also. From europe. So they also visit right as well. Of course, have you become a British citizen. I'm into process, but I I I'm not yet. So potentially that's a whole nother thing for line as well. How much of your time in the last year and a half of you spend thinking about in dealing with Brexit. I would say it's probably an with no underestimation around twenty five percent on my daily time. So it's like you monetize ban. And you could probably argue why have you done? Have you not really much about it since you be thinking so much Salonga about it? But because it's so difficult to extra magazine. But it's something it's on my mind every day. I read the news to detail every day. It is quite a stressful situation. Glossy no also being Italian. I've been here. Twenty years. I kind of a little bit field zoned from from the country spent most of my time working and building a business. But of course, thank fruits militia, drink your coffee. Thank you. Thank you.
"talian" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon
"Cocktail all tumbling toward you in black space, and then you can say, you know, Italian baroque, and here it comes in all these bleeding McDonalds and all the gold Bill cave will that's pretty then you can say to it. Hey, surprise me. And and the level of surprise and begin to write until you. You surprised me enough? But the first two examples art deco in talian baroque. These are coherent styles which affected whole eras and devolved the lives of hundreds of artists and so forth with what's happening with number three. The surprise me where you've never seen anything like this before is it also potentially capable of seizing decade or two by the throat and stamping every t shirt and belt buckle with its kiss. And then why these things these galaxies of stylistic motifs that you encounter in hyperspace of the mind. Very bizarre. I confess there. No. I don't think the stuff has limits. I think we've hit two meaning sage here. It's a tool. It's here's what it is. It's for anybody who has ever defined. Life as a quest or a path or a search or mystery? It's like you've hit the main vein. It is a path. That is a quest. There is a mystery. And when you get to the mystery, it's better than you thought, it would be it's better than you think it would be hard. It's the mystery. That's what it is said. I never thought I doubted all the way the whole time..
"talian" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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"talian" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"It's not expensive at all. And as I say, you can turn it on or turn it off whenever you want. What you can route your connection for whatever server you want. Look, there's an added benefit to that. Let's let's say you have a US net flicks subscription, but you are in Riyadh Saudi Arabia. They may not even have Netflix. Let's say you're in Italy your enrollment, and you can't log in to the talian version of Netflix. With your Netflix account. But if you root your connection through a server in Italy, why are you laughing in there? Well, they may not have Netflix Saudi Arabia, and depending on they have for the Royal family. They got porn channels. But I don't know for the general public at any rate. If you're in Italy, you can route your net flicks connection through an Italian family. You can watch Netflix in Italy. There's a lot of benefits to this. And there are a lot of VPN's out there now. Trust Norton Volks, Norton, VPN dot com. It's it's actually Norton dot com slash VPN the app store, Android, Google play. Wherever here's Bobby in Wilson, North Carolina. Great to have been glad you waited, sir. Hi. Thank you, sir. I just want to make sure I heard you correctly. You are in agreement with the word dirty word diplomacy now when it comes to Trump and the dictator of North Korea. It's okay for Trump to use diplomacy. But Barack Obama was destroyed by Republican into diplomacy. I'm trying to. What is the difference? The big difference is. No, no, no, no, no. The very simple question. I'm very glad to get the question. Obama was giving away the United States. Obama was making deals to benefit our enemies like Iran, Trump's not doing that. Are you people really this dense? I I may be giving. I don't mean to be insulting here. I the I may be giving you all more credit. You may not be the hard core anti-american leftist. I think you are you may just be ignorant. Barack Obama was enabling. The Islamic Republic of Iran to secure nuclear weapons and gave them a hundred and fifty billion dollars in cash flown in on the tarmac. For crying out loud. That'd be the equivalent of Ronald Reagan giving the Soviet Union Star Wars. Donald Trump is not powering around with dictators. He's trying to tame them and defeat them and limit their damage and potential danger to the United States. Barack Obama was becoming friends with them. I do not understand. I think I've been giving a lot of people way too much credit. Well, let's move on here. Massapequa New York Long Island. His name's not jackass. Why did you put that up there? Okay. Well, any whoever you are. Greetings, welcome to the network, right? Grading. It says Jonathan from that speaker. Jonathan jonathan. I'm glad you called, sir. Thank you. Yeah. I mean after getting through your you're very rude. I got an answer the phone anyway. So rush, the are, you know, I know there was a lot of much Ghazi. I mean now the Republicans are doing the same thing. What's the collusion? But I mean, do you honestly think? In your heart that the meeting at Trump Tower, which changes story three or four times was about adoption a new president coming in all of a sudden wants.
"talian" Discussed on GSMC Social Media News Podcast
"Day when you open it. And I guess the aim is to pray together and regularly. And this is the way to like, I guess have something for the church to give to all the people that everyone can use. Also, more than eighteen thousand people have clicked on the pope's prayer intention. I guess and he a lot of people have shown interest in this. And again, it is trying to get young people. I'm not sure how successful it has been in that particular audience. I would imagine the people who already listen to his services and already pray together and are practicing Catholics. Maybe they're the ones who signed up for the app and not that they necessarily need it or not that they're necessarily the audience. The pope was hoping for. But we'll see also the app has a time line of prayers from others that you can scroll through kind of similar to a social media feed and people write prayers for wedding, celebration, illnesses, etc. And others can then click to pray with them or leave a comment, which I don't know. I feel like if I've learned anything from the internet's comment leaving could be a very dangerous thing. There are a lot of prayers like one of the prayers on the app as an English and it asks for help employment. It says where can I make a difference? There's another prayer that was on the app by someone who's in talian and it seeks to end international borders. There are prayers all over the app and Spanish French Portuguese and German just ranging from precise requests to generic expressions of love or fraternity just a diverse range, which I'm sure is also what the church was going for. I doubt they just wanted very specific prayers of like specific situations. So that's probably working out. Also, the pope has called specifically on young people to download the app, and I think really this reflects on how the pope wants to make the church like more relevant for younger generations, and that is related to the proportion of Catholics that are really just declining. Across the world. So I'm sure that's part of their aim. We'll see how that goes. Again this occurred. The app was launched. Pope Francis talked about it in January. So maybe in a few months, we'll see how successful that is. But it is definitely a good attempt by the church, and I think the idea of having a communal board for prayer is interesting. I'm curious if someone will be going through in like curator in the comments like deleting mean ones or something like that. Because I feel like that could really happen or you know, like if someone like praise, oh, I pray for healing of my pet dog or something I could see another person being very negative about that like maybe expressing some sort of comment like, oh, that's not in a portent prayer that shouldn't be here. I don't know speculative. I could see that happening. So I wonder if there's going to be people that go in and kind of try and clean that up. But we'll see how goes and a good attempt by the pope, and the church, I'm curious. So before we go onto our next door is we're gonna take. Quick break. So hold on. And we'll be right back. Always on the go. But the day just be one without your Hollywood foot, Golden State media concepts that are Tim podcast take care of that. And all inclusive look of pob,.
"talian" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"That takes you behind the scenes with those who make the laws and those who protect your rights through the rule of law, your host, our attorney Thomas Girardi and attorney John Girardi Girardi is the founding partner of the law firm gerardine keys known for passionate litigation of corporate giants on behalf of aggrieved individuals. He is a member of the California state bar trial lawyer hall of fame, and Tom is widely regarded by his peers as one of the nation's top trial lawyers John's Roddy better known as Jack is a member of Girardi and keys practicing in civil trials professional negligence government, entity negligence, product liability and toxic tort, litigation. Tom and Jack are champions of Justice for the little guy each week, Tom and Jack host this informative and entertaining, our bringing clarity to the headline generating legal challenges of the day while we will you hear who we? Have is our guest today. We're delighted to welcome to the program attorney, David battalion, David is a partner at Gibson Dunne and Crutcher LP's, Los Angeles office. He tries an argues cases in both federal and state courts with a principal focus on complex business, litigation. He also works on cases involving and this is quite a list antitrust and trade regulation appellate and constitutional law class actions. Electron discovery and information law, energy and infrastructure information technology and data privacy labor and employment legal malpractice, defense life, sciences, media, entertainment, and technology, product, liability and securities, litigation. Mr. battalion has extensive I chair trial experience excelling in jury trials. Non jury trials and arbitrations he has constantly and consistently been named one of the top attorneys in southern California. David battalion has represented targets in numerous hostile transactions. Some of the prominent ones being broadcom Corp versus emulates corporal be industries Inc. Versus farmers insurance exchange, Computer Associates Corp versus computer sciences Corp, oracle core versus PeopleSoft Corp and Hubbard versus Hollywood park. Mr. battalion has been admitted to practice. This is quite a list in the US supreme court federal courts of appeal for the fourth fifth, ninth and DC circuits federal district courts in California the district of Columbia, Florida, New York, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands and all courts in the state of California and in Washington DC, Tom. He may be the hardest working lawyer we've ever had on the show. Maybe so Dave Dino. Hi, everybody. Hey, thanks for joining us. Nice of you to spend a little bit of time. Okay. Datino? We've had some terrific judges on the show some justices. We've had some terrific lawyers. But we went to the bullpen. And we decided we want the smart guy. Okay. Now, Dino, quite honestly, our firm does does fine. That's because he's not on the other side of our cases, otherwise, otherwise, we wouldn't be doing so high. So our producers were trying to think of what would be the best way to introduce him. And a lot of times what we do we run a last name we run a first name to see if that gives us a little bit of a clue of what the guys all about. And we ran David and nothing significant really came out. And besides that there are too many David's anyway. However, Dave, Dino, we ran battalion. We look that one up. In the talian. It means warrior in Italian. It means battle. That's so when this when this guy was six pounds eight ounces at birth. He already knew man he was headed to be a trial lawyer. I'm not kidding you on this one and his success has been remarkable. But his success in various ways. Sometimes the success is trying the case and winning it the other time it's giving good counsel to clients who are involved in litigation. What is the right way to go? The the right thing to do. We're going to talk a little bit more about the business trial lawyers association that he's so much a part of and we'll be the president in a year or so, but one of the one of the concepts that he is so good at is civility civility in the in the way he practices law civility with his clients. Civility more importantly with his opponents civility was the court. And the next thing, you know, there's an judge up there that has any hint of negative comment about this man, Tom let me ask you a question in as a lawyer. And I know all of you can answer this. But when you're appearing in front of a judge does the judge's opinion of you as a person, and as a lawyer does it have any effect in any way upon the case absolutely now, then it it won't have an effect. Dave, dino. Don't think if it's right or wrong. But in the court there about ninety percent of the decisions are those decisions, which there's a lot of flexibility your honor. Could we call this witness out of order your honor? Could we advanced the trial to the state your honor? Would it be okay with you? If we did not select the jury on the state, but this one here all those things, and if someone has great credibility with the court, and the court knows of that person's honesty, and integrity and so forth. Just like, you know, you have much of a much better chance to get those issues resolved in your favor. So anyway, this is I think the world of this, man. I really do. He's a big firm guy. We haven't had any big firm guys on. But he does a terrific job. And he's a real trial. Lawyer no kidding. David. Welcome to the show. Tom, Dave, jackets. Honor to be here. You know, you know, I have the perfect face for radio. All right. So. Georgetown. Then then you went to bolt hall out here. Yes. Graduate from bolt. University of California Berkeley law school in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven and did you go mmediately with Gibson Dunne? I did I summer interns with them back in one thousand nine hundred eighty six and joined the firm of Gibson Dunne Crutcher in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven have been there ever since for twenty five years now and you're mostly in the league in the litigation arena. Yes, I'm I'm a litigator a trial lawyer probably don't get to trial as much as you do Tom. But but wish I did. That trial stuff. You know? It's a lot of fun at the end of the day. And let me tell you this. You get your report card baby that when that jury comes out first of all you're in that courthouse in the state courthouse, especially and the jurors in their jury room have a little note that if you have a verdict three times. And I don't care if the cases over fifty thousand dollars or five hundred trillion dollars, you're hanging around and pretty soon the three buzzes come. It's very exciting. You're about ready to get your report card and the truth of the matter is the better lawyer wins the case, you see the cases that go to trial or those cases which are toss up. Fifty fifty case if the drunk truck driver runs over the little kid on the sidewalk that case doesn't go to trial. And if there's nothing to the case case gets thrown out or nuisance settlement or something. But the cases that go to trial or those cases that if it were a fight. It'd be a six to five pick him certified. Bob Arum are making the call, right? So. It's massively exciting. So the jury comes in the judge says have you reached verdict, and the jury doesn't say he listened you told us buzz times say that. Yes. Your honor? So then the court attendant meanders over to the jury box to get the verdict. The word meander came from watching court attendance, pick up the money. So Dave Dido this exciting stuff. So, you know, you're about to get your your about to get your report card, the court attendance takes a look at it hands it to the clerk the clerk read it the generally two cents. Okay. She takes about ten minutes. She then hands it to the judge. The judge looks at the same like he's reading Warren peace. He then hands it back to the clerk. And all of a sudden, you're sitting there Elliott what's going to happen here? The clerk then title of court, and 'cause Los Angeles Superior case number we've been here for two weeks. We know the case number we know the name of the case, ma'am. Just what happened we the jury. Find in favor of exciting stuff. And the idea that you persuaded in these in this case or you didn't persuade when you call the office. You say I won the case. And you're telling the truth, it was you that wanted, and if you call the office and say, I lost the case, you're telling the truth there, noon, you lost that do you like this trial stuff Davey trials are extremely inciting. And if I had any advice for for lawyers just starting out who who want to get into the trial, profess profession, it's don't let law school or the practice of law allow you to lose your humanity or your common sense. Being being lawyer doesn't mean you're no longer a real person. In fact, you need to be more real than ever, understand and communicate. Your client's concerns effectively if you don't believe it. Then don't say it. Nobody on the jury is going to believe it. If you don't you are listening to champions of Justice with Tom Girardi injector Ardian, our guest today is attorney David battalion. What do you love about being a trial lawyer in law? You can go hundreds of different directions in the practice of law. Why do you like it here on the hot seat in as a trial lawyer? Well, it's the ability to to communicate the facts of a given situation and apply. The law of given situation to a jury of of citizens who are honoring their obligation to serve and. And letting them decide who in that case, should prevail. And who should Lynn? It's it's extremely exciting. You know, what Dave Dino, here's the here's the difficulty, though, Dave has the type of cases he handles cases, which require a great deal of explanation to jury and a great deal of understanding if you try a case of who ran the red light. Well, okay, fine. The signal was yellow when he was here and baba blind. This doesn't take a great deal of communication to the jury with respect to the aspects of right and wrong in his stuff, the intellectual property stuff. They all the stuff that he handled. This is totally foreign to jurors. So not only do you have to persuade you have to describe the issue. So the jurors understand it very very difficult as much different ballgame. Wouldn't you say, absolutely? It's it's a an ability to take the complex and really narrow it down in a way that that. Is is easily. Understood and convey, your client's position and theme, and and lay it out there for for the for the jury to to understand, you know, there's an old saying in the law that if the laws on your side pound the law, and if the facts are on your side, pound the facts, and if neither the law, nor the facts are on your side pound the table. Good lawyers. Never pound the table and astute. Jurors are never convinced by such an empty drama. Jack, David, I know we know about battalion means warrior, and we know that you went to Gibson Dunne. You started their trial department in mergers and acquisitions bits doing trial work very early. But you did take a sidetrack there. I I know from reading do a little research you work for a member of congress. Now, you know, he went to Georgetown for your undergrad. So you're in that. So hold me you what what came of that. What made you decide that? I don't wanna be congressman or working for congressman instead go arm wrestle. I'm not sure anything made me decide I wasn't going to be something as opposed to that. I I've always wanted to be a trial where back to high school, and where I debated and and that just led me to appreciate the ability to to grasp both sides of the position and be able to effectively communicate that in innocence. Adopting a right and a wrong position. Even in the most complex business cases. I very much enjoyed my time working as a legislative assistant. On Capitol Hill. And I think it was an honor to do. So. But I I think California is a great place to practice business litigation. You know what Dave Dino? That's very interesting. What he said, I think that trial lawyers are definitely born and not made. I I knew I wanted to be a trial lawyer in about the sixth grade. There was a little TV show on called Perry Mason. And I thought boy that was really something and Perry his one loss record was pretty good. But he did it always in a very gentle way he lost one. As I recall, I think so exactly actually gave if I can tell you a little bit about the Gerardi family. It started before that. Because if you remember the miracle on thirty fourth street where John Payne represented Santa Claus and convinces the US postal system that in fact, his client, Chris cringle is the real Santa Claus. That was a very formative moving my brothers youth. And I think it was that rather than Perry. Mason that got him to be trial lawyer. You know, we were talking though with some some trial guys, and I was telling them how Perry Mason was on at seven o'clock Saturday night and Perry was in the show. But it was Paul Drake man who really kind of cemented the deal, and these lawyers telling me says Tom Perry was allows e lawyer he never had a clue but for Paul Drake bringing up to surprise witness at the end, he said, if you try to case that way, or you can just kept looking at the door waiting for Paul Drake is that your record would be over nine hundred..
Why Do Coffee Drinks Often Have Italian Names?
"Hey, brain stuff listeners instead of an ad today. I wanted to tell you about new podcast. I think you might dig for my friends, Robert lamb, and Joe McCormack, you might already know them from the weird science podcast stuff to blow your mind. Their new show is called invention each episode of invention examines different technological turning point and the people and cultures the provoked the change they consider the origins and impact of everything from the guillotine to the vending machine. Chopsticks to sunglasses. Braille to x-rays and lots more new episodes of invention come out every Monday, listen and subscribe to invention on apple podcasts the iheartradio app or wherever you happen to find your podcasts. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, bring stuff on Lauren Vogel bomb. And if you can't start your morning without a Cup of Joe, you're certainly not alone. I'm right there with you. But Americans consumption of coffee is up. It's the highest. It's been since two thousand twelve and global exports are up to according to the International Coffee Organisation world coffee exports increased by seventeen percent from October two thousand seventeen to October of two thousand eighteen and overall global shipments were four point two percent higher year over year, clearly coffee has become an important daily ritual for many Americans which begs the question, why are so many coffee lovers? Ordering those drinks using Italian words from lattice Tamaki autos. How did this happen after all coffee doesn't have its roots in Italy legend has it that the great being originated in the Ethiopian plateau and was discovered by goat herder who noticed his goats veritably danced after eating a certain plant. It's spread throughout the Arabian peninsula and adjacent areas before Europeans encountered coffee in the. Seventeenth century, nevertheless, many of the coffee drinks, we know today and popularized by Starbucks more on that in a minute do originate in Italy, and it has everything to do with the invention of the Espresso machine. Espresso doesn't refer to a particular type of coffee bean. It's actually a coffee preparation method, and it was first developed in Italy in the nineteenth century because brewed coffee could take up to five minutes to make coffee lovers. Sada way to shorten the time between ordering and drinking the first Espresso machines were bulky and difficult, but by the early twentieth century Milanese manufacturer Luigi bizarre had developed a single shot Espresso the produced one Cup of coffee in seconds, though. It did take a while for the machines to improve in terms of ease of use and flavor of the coffee produced we spoke with Paul Bassett former world barista champion, he said, the Espresso machine kind of revolutionized coffee to some extent. Everything was centered around the way Espresso was made the way it was consumed as well, he explained that with the Espresso machine. Coffee could be made on. The spur of the moment and was intended to be drunk immediately after being served typically standing at a bar Italian coffee culture grew and Espresso as we know it today became popular in Italy and France in the nineteen thirties, the nineteen fifties beatnik movement and its coffeehouse culture launched Espresso craze in the United States. We also spoke with Mike Ferguson with OEM specialty coffee, he explained early in the specialty coffee movement authenticity meant Italian in the nineteen eighties. Many if not most coffee houses had Italian names and adopted as much Italian as possible into their cafe menu. So the trend continued the coffee drinks, they served also retained their -talian nomenclature because they were specifically made with Espresso the names referred to what is added to the Espresso, for example. But the word Mark Jato into Google translate and you'll get stained or spotted so the drink name refers to the spot of milk that stains the Espresso Bassett said, I think fundamentally Espresso is directly linked to Italy as beverage and the way it's part of their culture. It's been transported all around the world and reinterpreted despite reinterpretation, the drinks with talion names have an Espresso base. And typically, some kind of milk added. For example, a cafe latte usually just called a lot in the United States consists of Espresso milk and milk foam. It's not brewed coffee with milk. Although that's the literal translation to be fair ordering an Espresso with milk and milk foam doesn't sound as catchy the distinction between Espresso and brewed coffee is important consider the Americano which was named for Americans in Italy who sought a drink. Similar to the brood or filtered coffee. They drink at home because it emerged in Italy and is made by adding water to Espresso, it retains its talion title. So this answers the question about coffee drink names. But what about Starbucks use of sizes like 'Grande inventing, which are also talion words, this sizing nomenclature short tall and 'Grande was introduced when ill Nali opened its doors in one thousand nine hundred six and the venue size came in the early nineties ill. Denali was the name of the coffee houses launched by Starbucks chairman emeritus Howard Schultz during his mid eighties hiatus from the company the company's website states. That sheltered been quote captivated with talion coffee bars and the romance of the coffee experience a tradition. He wanted to bring to the United States he returned to Starbucks and purchase the company in one thousand nine hundred seven and that branding now extends to fo- Italian product names, like the Frappuccino, which is a trademarked name and not actually Italian word by the way bonus back to the episode the caffeine in coffee that perks. You up is considered the most commonly used drug in the world. Today's episode was written Vicary, Whitney and produced by Tyler claiming for I heart media, and how stuff works or more on this and lots of other peppy, topics. Visit our home planet has to work dot com. You know, people say necessity is the mother of invention. But that's not always true. Sometimes the mother of invention is advertising. Yeah. Or pure accident. How about ego maniacal delusion? Absolutely. Or just a desperate longing. To be cool. I'm Robert lamb, and I'm Joe McCormick. We're the host of the science podcasts stuff to blow your mind. And now we're branching off into the exploration of invention. Invention is the story of human history told one piece of technology at a time the things we made and how they made us invention publishes every Monday, listen and subscribe to invention on apple podcasts the iheartradio app or wherever you find your podcasts.
"talian" Discussed on Double Toasted
"So it is possible that over in Italy just like here in America. There's a corporate atmosphere that is very homogeneous. You know what I'm saying? Yeah, I understand the homogeneous. But but Italy, isn't you know, they have darker skin talion already exist. Just because you're in the population doesn't mean you from the corporate environment. I understand that. But I'm just thinking about like Italy's entire history. They have a history of always ignoring the racism that does happen in their country and just in talian around even tell you, I think Italy still more of the. No other way, I can think of like a white leaning country. It is you know. I mean, in fact, I would even say that the lot of animosity is coming forward for people of color and has been for awhile, especially now with immigration. Yeah. Like mostly talian 's. Coir black came from Africa. And they're like only like one generation or maybe it's pretty new for them. And since product is very expensive brand mostly their their customers are white because like in general the whole world like white people are more rich. So I don't know if they seen it or not like, I think this is something good with social media helps a lot because if it was before social media, you cannot boycott it. So it wouldn't be a big effect like this. You know, what that's the way to put a positive positive spin on him. I think we're gonna in this segment we gotta finish. But that's a positive spin on, you know, it's like, hey, at least they get an education from this. They'll they'll they'll learn I would hawk. Hawk surely, do not want a nother as say like this. It'll happen another way. But little by little, you know, as little by little the world is learning the, you know, and also I think it's all the shows how. More. Maybe these companies are slowly becoming diverse. But the world is definitely getting more diverse because a social media. The good thing is social media. Like only these big companies would learn if they lose money other than that. They don't care if you can make them lose money like by Kat them. Yeah. That's how they would learn because they will be like, oh, we have to pull these back on the like dislike we're going to lose money on this this another discussion for another time. But I really would like to bring that up on another show somewhere. How how effective is boycotting today? You know? I mean. Yeah. Up somewhere else because I don't I don't see people with such a the world is so self centered that nobody's wants to give up anything to boycott anymore. I don't think even even if they don't buy omen product is not like everybody's buying products. Expensive. Boycotting is not maybe it's not gonna affect it. But like as a PR wise, it's going to make it look bad. And then if you're a rich white check you were about to buy that. Then you like everybody was why carring if I buy it. It's going to look bad on Mr. I'm not going to buy it that kind of. Well, you know, what reaction, you know? What I I wanna end this on a happy note. I want everybody going to twenty nineteen with a good left, and I got a video here. There's a last meal for today. I don't even have a title Ford. I think that the video just speaks for itself. And I'll just go ahead and play it right now. Shit. Here we go. Filming? So that I do. Super. Exploits lawrence. Seeing with isn't easy. Pain. For those. Who would listen to my man? My man got the got the power of God up in them and told the crowd he could do anything and tried to demonstrate it. With the power of home. Isn't easy. Like God blocked shots. I think he's trying to jump over a hurdle. He fell fell right on his. Hurdle attack them. Isn't easy. And if you look on the screen, actually. The health. Let me see I'm trying to find a screen because the the name of his his his his his sermon today was I am over it..
‘Google Go’ Browser Will Read Web Pages Out Loud
"One triple eight eight to five fifty to, fifty four, once, again, is the. Way to join us and before we go back to all of our fantastic phone calls this. Show some more interesting items. That crossed my screen that you just need to know about because it's really hard to decipher the good. The bad and the ugly stuff that you see online but these. Are, the important things that you need to know like for, example if you use, YouTube at all and especially if you have some young women in your family odds are you know at least something about the makeup videos see the young. Women in these videos talk about the latest products they have millions, of views And in the industry they're actually called. Influencers the influencers make money by striking deals with companies and brands. To promote products on their channels and on their streams and in, the case of popular influencers sometimes they. Can get for just a single post or. A single video housands of dollars that's right assure post maybe a, few hundred words or a five minute video thousands of dollars because they have all these people that are following them now the reason why I'm bringing this up is that the times are changing. And now companies are paying influencers extra money to bad mouth. That company's competitors, big money something like seventy five, thousand dollars for a dedicated negative review of a competitor's product, now of, course there, are rules that influencers have to follow. When making promotional deals the Federal Trade, Commission requires influencers to clearly. Disclose on social media if The poster paid by advertisers were if there's some financial relationship but from now. On, if you, read very positive review or very negative review if you see a. Video telekinesis to it could just be bought and paid for either. Way And speaking of. Kids do you remember when, your, mom would say Eric. Just got in from school wash your, hands and make sure that you sing happy birthday to make sure that you get, all, those germs off your hands that should. Be enough? And then also in restaurant restrooms I, always like this they always have that. Sign that. Says employees have to, wash their hands thoroughly before going back to work and you're like gosh I really hope that they do that don't you are you. Sure that they're doing well here comes some tech. To the rescue that's right a couple of, really really smart engineers a figured. Out that putting together proprietary wavelength seen by a tablet that bounce off of microbes on. A person's hand and the reflection is then received by tablets, camera you can see, the Steph I'm talking about you could see the bad, stuff the light reflects slightly differently based on the shape of whatever bounces off of including bacteria Area so within a couple of, seconds and. Algorithm compares, the wavelengths of the reflected light and then it. Could say hey that's coli that's salmonella that's, the, norovirus that's that's listeria gives, an indication redder green the presence of contaminants and then these are hand-driers size devices they mount right on the wall right next. To the sink so. The whole idea that you're, going, to wash your hands. When you get done washing your hands, you're gonna put your hands under these lights and it's going to tell you whether, or, not you still have bacteria in your. Hands now? In a pilot program in twenty locations, New York City North Carolina Michigan paths. Spot is. The name of the, company they saw contamination rates decreased by sixty percent over a month and that's great I just wonder if you're gonna start seeing ratings. On restaurants now based on how well employees wash. Their hands again aid f rating I mean, speed of restaurants I've always had. This idea for a chain of Elvis Presley steakhouse I mean it would be for people Who love meat tender Hurts really hard. On that one hour Google. Has a new toy you might. Want to check, out it's called Google, go He can read web pages. Out loud in twenty eight. Different languages using they, say a natural sounding voice it works even on a to g connection if you can believe it the app uses a. I artificial intelligence, determine the most important parts of a web page and only read, those sections and leave out everything else so for example if you're reading a cooking blog side and Google goes fired up you don't listen to. A drone on and on about the writer's life and. Love of different types of salt before getting to the recipe itself it's really great. Obviously for those with visual. Reading impairments but the browser also displays what. Is, reading and highlights each word is it goes so. You're studying another language you, can use the features a learning tool again the. App is free and it's called Google go. And in other Google news they also unveiled something called the tighten security. Key I don't know if. You've heard about this it's two. Factor authentication or, two And it's going, to improve security make it almost impossible for anyone to breach your, online accounts sells for fifty bucks in the Google store right now clouds a bluetooth key a USB king connectors that you might need so basically. To get into your Google account need access to the. Key and then a key needs access to your device so the whole idea is. If you don't have the. Key you don't not going to get any. Access, if you're a potential target for hackers say you're. A politician a business leader, journalists or activists are you might want to check. Out the Google titan key and even if, you're not the target of hacks Make wanna consider the service tighten. Security key, also works with dropbox Facebook get hub Salesforce drive Twitter and a host of, others again it's called the tighten security. Key and one more from the Google new product announcement pile, is that Google smart assistant and Google home speaker are now bilingual that's right allowing for the first time any smart assistant, you can issue, commands in two different languages interchangeably and that's. The big deal before now you actually had, a switch back and forth just say English or Spanish but now you can. Speak in English you can, speak in Spanish and the Google, assistant will know apple Surrey Amazonas Alexa Cortana. Can be set up to understand and, speak languages but again, Google the first, one to support multiple languages at once as it rolls out it can understand, any pair of languages this is quite a feat English German French Spanish talian and Japanese it also. Says that is aiming, to make the Google assistant. Tri lingual in the future and I know what you're. Saying, and I, just wish it would finally understand my body. Language, that would be it all right. If you're on Twitter I have some sad news to tell you Warren Buffett is not tweeting inspirational quotes that's right there's. A fake Warren buffet out there and, you may have. Seen his advice and account impersonating the eighty seven. Year old investors shot to social. Media fame would have bagged almost three thousand likes, or its first tweet first, week the first tweet says advice for. The young people read and write more stay healthy and fit networking is about. Giving actually sounds like Warren Buffett find a mentor keep in. Touch with, friends you are not your job to win to leave don't spend what you, don't have and so on and so. Far close it had almost Two million likes to million likes of course the real Warren, Buffett the CEO. Berkshire-hathaway does have an account. But he hasn't tweeted since twenty sixteen that's right. So the fake account coupla signs had no blitz. Nob- little blue tick. Next to it Wasn't verified limited activity the first tweet Warren Buffett's name is. Spelled incorrectly another red flag there meanwhile if you're mourning the loss of. A Warren Buffett, tweet tears one that is actually true the. Less the prudence with whom others conduct their affairs the, greater the prudence with which we must conduct our own that was in, his, two thousand seventeen. Edition of the annual shareholder. Letter by. The way a little more fun facts about Warren Buffett he actually, plays? Bridge on line four, times, a week and if, you're playing bridge, online with somebody, under the name of T-Bone yes t. hyphen bone that. Could be Warren Buffett all right let's talk about all the data that you're. Creating in, your life right you, got photos videos documents all your tax, stuff your business files what a fall. Suddenly it. 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Italy's interior minister turns gaze to 'Roma question'
"The president's homeland security secretary attorney and the president himself or defending the zero tolerance policy which has led to the separation about two thousand children from their families entering the us illegally at the southern border and once again the president blamed the democrats do this very quickly if the democrats come to the table everybody wants to do it we want to do it more than they do if they come to the table instead of playing politics we can do it very very quickly trump says there is death and destruction caused by people in the us illegally and a country without borders is not a country at all after blocking a migrant rescue boat last week the farright leader of italy's new coalition government targets and other group italy's interior minister matteo salvini says he's considering a registry of the roma people sometimes known as gypsies the farright leader said that roma without documents will be expelled he then added that unfortunately italy will have to keep roma people with a talian citizenship so these comments caused widespread condemnation the opposition says words were chilling and recalled a time when fascist dictator benito mussolini imposed racial laws against jews megan williams abc news rome let's get a.
Puerto Rican Day Parade in New York highlights post-hurricane pride
"The continued suffering on the us island since hurricane maria here's abc's chuck sivertsen determination as well as on the mind this puerto rican parade goer and manhattan to be together to know that we have people that god is here with us he knows that we're going to get back up senator kirsten gillibrand new york democrats we have not done the work we should be doing we need a marshall plan for puerto rico to rebuild tire islands and make sure that they're better than they were before there is not enough electricity or clean water eight months after the hurricane says the senator chuck sivertsen abc news new york well after the talian men's soccer team failed to qualify for the world cup the women did make it in the first time in twenty years italy's women's soccer team qualified for the world cup beating portugal three nothing coach milan bertolini told rai tv that the.
Cisco, Trump and Amazon discussed on The John Batchelor Show
"Minor injuries pope francis baptized eva adults at an easter vigil service including nigerian beggar who became a hero when he disarmed in talian thief wielding a cleaver cisco this feed you data speed descent in a homily the pontiff of challenge catholics not to remain silent as jesus disciples did after his crucifixion correspondent abbie philip reports that president trump went after amazon in another tweet storm claiming the online retailer uses the postal system system as their delivery boy the postal service has defended its relationship with amazon saying that it does charge amazon a lower rate like does with a lot of other large shippers because they ship a lot of packages through the postal service and not arrangement they have said is mutually beneficial and amazon does pay sales taxes on its sales that it does online a third party sellers who use amazon as a platform do not but for the most part amazon does pay taxes why officials say a man was seriously hurt in a shark attack i'm barbara kusak.