28 Burst results for "Venetia"

"venetia" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete

Ctrl Alt Delete

05:40 min | 5 months ago

"venetia" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete

"And then you don't know what to do with yourself your hans whatever is and then you just find stuff to do like you you find. It's an. I think this is the kind of crops a bit like we no longer experience. Boredom and boredom creativity lies a nice. So so important. I recently actually. I won't show talk at the tone festival. Which i loved About how she's Ready strict boundaries. In she's literally changed also given the ten friends and she says it's because it kind of basically stops creativity and i've noticed that myself as well and also you know. I watched the social dilemma versus social dilemma. We know that these companies on ethical. Like because i do this as a as my jaw social media. I know that. I feel like i'm of the system. I'm part of this. I played the algorithm. Mike i'm using the algorithm to get. Well i consider radio. Potent message is out there. But i'm still using animals. I'm still part of it and not make me feel actually quite a clock I know what i'm doing. And it makes me feel a bit ill. But i feel like i have to do it in order to get what i want out there and i kind of hate that and also. I've been canoe learning and on on learning of things about capitalism this year and to me social media actually specifically instagram is the is the representation of it's all about growth. It's all about you. You can watch your numbers go up. You can see all of your analytics all of your insights all just about growth. So taking those two days off a main two weeks over christmas which. I'll be doing this year which everyone is. Welcome to join me with. Is mike connors way of just resisting resisting resting. And it's kind of reclaiming that time for myself. Oh my god. I love that. And it's so practical helpful. I think people are like wondering what they can do. The fact that you've done this which is quite clear cut. Divide and what you've learned from having time back in the weekends must be amazing. Actually what you just said about being a bubble with your partner and like being that bubble of love is like really lovely but it also made me think that will what about the self love element. Why not have time feel self back. Because that's what i feel is sometimes social media's pulling me away from myself and pulling me away from like my my actual taste or my my interests because i'm like following the algorithm the i'm with you i'm with you on knowing how to play the game and how that sort of paul our jobs which clashes sometimes if what really what we want to be doing so some just some kind of quick coup steps. I'd love to show if anyone needs the. I think it's really important instead of having like a full binge and purge to kind of extend these positive habits throughout the week if you can so for example like start with funds on a daily basis tanya notifications off. I don't have any Nights vacations on even have my email on my phone oversee. I fragment says much easier but my emails strictly full my laptop. I also into my phone off in the evenings an hour. At least before i go to bed and i try in have the hour in the morning as a kind of sacred time before time with at least right like this is kind of a minimum for me so something. That's really raid. East davis ton of unites vacations on your phone and then if you can have an old school alarm clock in your bedroom misled of. You'll find soon. Attempted to look at it in the middle of the night. That's radi hopeful..

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"venetia" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete

Ctrl Alt Delete

03:14 min | 5 months ago

"venetia" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete

"I think once i'm going out into the world gone doing events dividing you know doing pocos in person going for dinner saying my friends again. I think i'm just. I don't see a way like i'm not going back based each the way before i'm gonna make a new start. So yeah it's really as i say love So i'm just going to switch gears a little bit and talk to you about something that constant thinking about another thing. I'm about to try. Which is you'll offline weekends that forty-eight hours the challenge yourself not being online. Could you talk us through a little bit and kind of how you been finding it. Yes okay so. I am someone who spends a lot of time on social media and i would argue infarct way too much time and i think it is a powerful tool nets of an unavoidable tool if you use it with boundaries and If you use it for us you so out. Almost two years ago. I decided to take a break. It was Christmas and i decided to go off line for a few days. And i kind of announced the i would be doing this. Be going on for a couple of days to ended up being ten days. I loved it so much. Memento health just felt so improved..

"venetia" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete

Ctrl Alt Delete

03:15 min | 5 months ago

"venetia" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete

"That's thirty days free and you can go now and sign up and tested out. Hello and welcome back to control out. Delete my guest. Today is with venetia lamonica. She is a broadcaster. Slow fashion campaigner and the co founder. All remember who made them which is a six part pocar series digital campaign and fundraiser which aims to help energize a new solidarity with garment workers and the economy in fashion. She is the creator of the brilliant. Podcast talking tastebuds a series about food wellbeing and the planet. I went on the podcast. Awhile back and it was very fun to do it so i'm glad she's coming online now. She is a sustainability ambassador for the body shop and she's just such a brilliant voice in this space talking about fashion.

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"venetia" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:36 min | 7 months ago

"venetia" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Fox and I hand so and this is Fox Look. Att KSFO traffic in San Jose 2 80 south bound before McLaughlin. Fire crews are blocking the right lane looks like a brushfire off the right shoulder of the freeway. Unclear how large the fire is. In Hayward, the Tennison Avenue off ramp from south pound 8 80 has a vehicle off the ramp that hit a tree. It's 25 ft down an embankment. It may require a emergency crew to pull it out of there it possible injury crash 6 80 North bound in Venetia, just after 7 80 solo vehicle accident, hit the center divide and is in the shoulder. A dense fog advisory. Or perhaps we should say smoke and fog Advisory on the Venetia Bridge and San Mateo Bridges with KSFO traffic. I'm ill Baker. Hey, Kevin, Thinking about retirement. I've thought about it, but it's too late for me to save with. Although a retirement coach, It's never too late. Where can I learn more star retire or die? This's Armstrong and getting show 5 60 cans of own retweeted Last night, the latest jet pack video that I've seen. That's the best jet pack I've seen so far close that one. The other one's I thought, I don't know if I'd.

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Why Fast Fashion Needs A Makeover

Food for Thought

09:48 min | 9 months ago

Why Fast Fashion Needs A Makeover

"In the last fifteen years, production of clothing has doubled, and at the same time, the number of times something is worn, has haft now that means that over eleven million garments landfill every week in the UK alone. Ultimately the novelty that fashion promises causing irreversible harm to both planet and people. This week's food for thought sees presenter and climate activist Venetia Amana. Join me to discuss why it's time for the wasteful fashion industry to clean up his act highlight Venetia Halloween. I think today's episode has been so I've Jew and I. Now I've been wanting to record it with you for so long. I think in a way we kickoff by discussing the fact that fashions wastefulness I mean. It's almost on a par with single. Use Plastic really if we're looking at the impact that it has. Yet it is. It's hugely not only wasteful industry, but also polluting industry. It's actually kind of looking to get into sustainability and thinking about the planet. functions of really good way to think about it, because it's very accessible way of thinking how a piece of clothing. Goes from from the US ultimately when you when you grow, grow, crops or something caught in, it comes from the S.. And then it's Picton. Soon and. All of these different things all these different prices which make up the supply chain before it's packed and delivered in lands on your doorstep Orlands in the shop future to buy but yet it. It's a huge. Carbon footprint the fashion industry. It's supposed to be one of the top two or three polluting industries and yeah, in terms of waste it's it's incredibly wasteful. we live in a timely fashion still of as. Something disposable fashion is incredibly cheap now and in other places, and because it's so cheap way often fail like it doesn't hold much significance, so we send a lot of close to landfill and a lot of clothing incinerated. All, at the same time, it's really really important is Barry Mind is that? Someone somewhere is paying. The paper will making a clothes or so, if not paid a living wage and eighty percent of them a female when we think about women's rights and bang feminists, we have to think about that with all cloudy, because we want to support all women right, and we want to support the woman who making all clouds goodness I mean. So many connections to what you've just said that intense of what I've done in my previous life. I'm thinking when I was at university and. I used to shop with these such and websites where claiming was so cheap, and I never made I never made a connection that it came from the earth I would I never even thought to the fact that impact to the environment and I definitely probably what I know I didn't. I didn't think about the chain of people and somebody somewhere that was involved with the price of making his clients and I. Think what you're doing on social media, environment is fabulous. You've recently raised Alana's with charity campaigns. You've been at the forefront to claim suggesting that the bronze behind them greenwashing customers. Could you delve into that I? A little bit? Yeah, absolutely. greenwashing as something that we say a lot in fashion, especially at the moment comes from the time whitewashing, which is basically when white people kind of whitewash industries like film, industry's takeover, different ways and Often, it's symbol creations when we as white people kind of commodified live. By coaches make are I might try and day and don't give credit where credit J. it's also kind of a marketing ploy, and it's the same with greenwashing companies often kind of telling us trying to tell us that during something good when they already notes. See this recently with kind of plastic auto companies telling US everything's okay, because that bottles are made from recycled plastic when Rabi. To bustles if we're in a position to do so like you know hair in. The U. K. is just refill will to right. It's like a much more money during it so with function. We see Fush Bruns. Greenwash. In lots of different ways and I, yeah I I've I've taken to social media to cool when it because. I have a when I want to use it and kind of tired of the nonsense, so bronze like eight am and Zora have a kind of conscious collections, so they'll bring out a small range of clothes that a made from various things like orange juice, pope and unical tears, or whatever is. And they tell us let's go, and I'm not gonNA deny that and say it's bad. It is good we should be using. Natural fibres when we might close, but the problem with Sutton fashion bruns. Is that sure that using a kind of planet friendly planet friendly dies and materials, but what about the people making the clothes and also? The share amount of clothing that them making doesn't make up for the good that I think the goods that doing concert. No point, not percent. If their entire business H. M. so is a drop in the ocean for want of a better phrase. On Yeah. I mean recently. We've seen a lot of charity in slogan, T. Shirts. During, the pandemic and this is this is very much a kind of. nuanced debates, and I I take quite a hard stance on it, but I I also really appreciate that. We have to look at both

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Alabama High School Student Names NASA's First Mars Helicopter

Dear Hank & John

01:28 min | 11 months ago

Alabama High School Student Names NASA's First Mars Helicopter

"People. people. So So who who knows? knows? Yeah Yeah well well in this in this week's week's Mars Mars News News There's There's GonNa GonNa be be a helicopter a helicopter carried carried to to the Red the Red Planet Planet in in the the belly belly of of the Perseverence the Perseverence Rover Rover and and that that helicopter helicopter has has been been named. named. I I don't don't know if know they if they intended intended to to name name this this thing thing but but then then they decided they decided to to because because they they got got all all these these great great names names submitted submitted an essay an essay contests contests and and eleventh eleventh grader. grader. Venetia Venetia ripon ripon any any At At Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa County County High High School School in in Northport Northport Alabama Alabama submitted submitted an essay an essay suggesting suggesting ingenuity ingenuity and and in in her her essay. essay. She She wrote wrote the the ingenuity ingenuity and and brilliance brilliance of of people. people. Working Working hard hard to overcome to overcome challenges challenges of interplanetary. of interplanetary. Travel Travel are are what what allow allow us us to to experience? experience? The The wonders wonders of of Space Space Exploration Exploration Ingenuity Ingenuity is is what what allows allows people people to to accomplish accomplish amazing amazing things things and and it allows it allows us us to to explore explore our our horizons horizons to to the the edges edges of of the universe the universe so so there there will will be be an an ingenuity ingenuity helicopter helicopter on on Mars. Mars. Now Now this this helicopter helicopter isn't isn't going going to have to any have any science science instruments instruments on on it. it. It It itself itself is is the the experiment experiment to to see. see. If If it it can can do. do. Its Its thing thing it's it's GonNa GonNa try try and and fly fly off off and and fly fly back back and and fly fly off off and and fly fly back back several several times times just just to to test test and and see see how how possibilities possibilities for for a helicopter a helicopter to to operate operate on on the surface the surface of of Mars Mars and and if if it it does does well well then then we we will will have have future future missions missions that that will will have have more more sensors sensors and and stuff stuff and and be be bigger bigger helicopters helicopters doing doing doing doing that that stuff. stuff. But But it's it's super super super super cool. cool. It It is amazing. is amazing. The The things things that that continue continue to to be be and and The The idea idea that we that we continue continue to to have have and and continue continue to pull to pull off off so so very very excited excited

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Vinicius Jr. breaks Messi's record with crucial El Clasico goal

ESPN FC

01:02 min | 1 year ago

Vinicius Jr. breaks Messi's record with crucial El Clasico goal

"Venetia teenager since messy to score at our PLASCO Gab. Can He'd be the real deal. Obviously they stay. Spent a ton of money on him And then all of a sudden he wasn't even the The Best Teenage Brazilian Forward around Madrid because Rodrigue. Oh all that all that time. I think he's somebody who still rising even in that game. He's don't make mistakes and this is one. It's good to remind ourselves that the guy is just nineteen years old. I know it feels like he's been a Real Madrid for the second season but You know he's got canes to iron out. I think it didn't good when when he was dropped from from the first team for a while But look he shows up in a team. Gareth Bale even hazard those are great people to to to learn from to look up to and yeah. I think he's got another level to go to no question about it. Maybe more than

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Update and YOUR emails.

The Emma Guns Show

09:56 min | 1 year ago

Update and YOUR emails.

"Hello hi welcome. It's another episode episode of the gun show and another mini episode. It's so good to be sharing this time with you. I thought in this episode. I would just do a little bit of catching up really because there's been an awful lot of feedback on the last few episodes and I wanted to read out some messages that I've had from people and also talk about in particular the episode on weight and body image because that really degenerate an awful lot of interest. So let's start with the most recent batch of incoming message from you my most excellent listeners. A lot in response to Venetia lemonade coming on the show and talking about fast fashion. We did talk about a lot not just fast. Fashion we talked about digital detox is meditation and Mental Health and also the exciting ourselves so that we're not not constantly in a state of who which which is my visual representation over excitement policies that Liz. I don't know what came over me but when when we talk about fast fashion it did generate a lot of interest in as I said at the beginning of the pope cost. I know I am ignorant about this subject and yet I am complicit in a problem and therefore I'm very happy to be the person who stands up and says do you know what I know McNair about this. I know I don't know enough but I really do want to all myself with the knowledge that I can and act accordingly moving forward and it seems as though a lot of feel the same way and Lord of you shared a similar feeling and that was the feedback that I got from you. I had one really lovely message from somebody saying just a small native appreciation for your podcast. I really enjoy your honesty and your willingness to dictate into issues that trouble so many individuals you lost episode was especially I opening for me. I've been interested in slow ethical fashion for a while now as I've had a strong interest in corporate social responsibility as it relates to the fashion industry industry. I generally believe is good for business if they if they behave responsibly. And it's a corporations responsibility to ensure they behave ethically across the supply chain. Furthermore Oh as a human I care about people believe we all must have a safe place to work. However I've also thought that maybe these individuals in developing countries may not have access to employment other than working within a factory if these false fashioned conglomerates cleaned up their supply chain production and provided a safe working environment with that make fast fashion less of a crime all we as Westerners imposing ideals upon these societies similar to colonialism? I am playing devil's advocate here. Ultimately I do think that we will reach a breaking point with stuff on the larger issue at play is capitalism on a side note. I Love Venetia take on leading less excitable life. Maybe lead less excitable live. You wouldn't feel the pressure to buy scroll grow through social media suffer with anxiety depression or other mental health issues. I feel if the tide is turning. What a brilliant message and it opens up a whole other part of the conversation and makes me think that it would be really interesting to get another guest on to talk about that supply? Chain talk about if fast fashion conglomerates cleaned up the supply chain in production and provided a safe working environment. What what will the future look like? So if that's a show that you want to listen to if there's a guest that you would like me to get on or if you would like me to search for guest you could speak on that then do let me know but I thought that was a really brilliant message and I love hearing from listeners. As you know another message I received was. I've just recently you discover your podcast and I'm really enjoying it to the most recent one of fashion really struck home because I've found myself. Czar aisol since January two thousand nineteen. Well done on and I will continue to do so going forward. I really wish that you and your guest had addressed the world influences play and our obsession with foster fashion for example twenty was mentioned by owning a positive way and there were so many like her and probably worse in terms of schilling tons of fashion. I think that as long as you cheap fashion holes continue we will never get a handle on the massive. That's a problem that we've created. Thank you for putting out some very interesting content. That's really interesting and it's not to say that that wasn't a conversation that we ended up sort of unpicking off off line. We didn't deliberately have it offline by the way it was just something that came up and I think the thing I would say about that is. I think it's really difficult to point the finger finger at influences if actually if you were to say to them I as I did when I started exploring this subject they they might be in a position from where they actually say. I sort of know that there's a problem but I didn't realize it was as extensive so I think it is. Maybe something that needs to be dealt with differently without naming names if that if that makes any sense obviously if there are people doing youtube holes about what they got in store than that not come be troubling and troublesome if then prompt people to grow and by the same thing obviously Brown's corporates just want US buying buying buying. Because that's how people make money and I do think that it is definitely worth exploring. And maybe that's something to have in another conversation but clearly the episode on fast fashion definitely really prompted an awful lot of feedback. Similar to those T- messages. There were a lot of comments as well but I think it was all first foray into just sort of lifting the lid on it and really understanding am I think I will definitely be trying to get guests on in the future who can speak with more authority and knowledge about the bigger issues on the things that have been brought up in some of these questions and how that all plays into it but basically this is a big thank you to everybody is taking the time to send such brilliant considered bright wonderful messages. I really really appreciate it. And it's really appreciate you taking the time to get in touch and talk about the other episode that has generated a huge amount of feedback and it kind of ended up being a bit of a double whammy. I talked about the book brain over. been which I read towards the end of last year and felt made a real impact on my life because I felt as though it gave me the information I needed needed to adopt mytalk relationship with food not mytalk relationship with my body but my toxic relationship with food and as a subsequent sequence I have lost weight and there were so many questions when I originally talked about this on the episode with training at the beginning of twenty twenty that I decided to do standard I in episode last week and the feedback has been absolutely huge. Probably some of the most feedback. I caught on a single episode. Ever people saying saying thankfully that they understood where it's coming from and the reason why I say it was a double whammy is because I recorded the episode because of all the messages I was guessing and said Oh and I also recorded recorded an episode with Alex light on her podcast. Talk about it in much more detail and as it happened not long after I finished recording minus leprosy. Alex walks up me and said to say you know you're episodes going live tomorrow. We obviously were very similar wavelength and from that. I then got a lot of messages from people saying I've just listened to you episode which was really raw and the most open and honest I've ever ever been about how I feel about my body and the complicated complicated relationship I've had with body image all of my life. I've never been scared. I've published over three hundred fifty cars in the last four years and I have never been as worried about anything. Anything going live as I was about Alex's podcasts because I I was very worried it might upset people or make me sound like complete moron on just needed to get a grip as the trees royal lower says it's the five G.. Good go get a grip go. And that's what I worried about. But actually the feedback has been. Even the other people heard themselves in what I was saying which is really lovely to hear. It's always nice to know that you are not alone in something. So really the feedback from that has been huge and I just want to say a huge thank you. I can't read out every single message because this would be the longest podcast I've ever recorded. But I just want to say that I've tried to get back to everybody personally eh particularly on email on an we talked about a bit in the facebook group but just to say I hear you I. Yeah I know how complicated it can be and I know that there were quite a few people who are saying but what did you do what did you do you want. You read the book you doing particular Diet. I don't think that's helpful. Oh I think everybody's interpretation is is their own and that's how you make it work so I haven't gone into specifics but all I wanted to flag up here really is just a Just a reference the fact that if you if you only had my episode and you want to hear in more detail about quite how complicated relationships with food and my body then I will put the link in the show Alex's podcast and that's really a place where you can hear is really delve into where for over an hour just to say that Alex has has invited me to go back on the podcast because she has had a lot of messages to and she is asked if I would go back and also those questions for her listeners. So if you have anything that you would like me to answer I don't want her show. Please do let me know or get in touch with Alex. Because that's definitely something in the works in the not too distant future which brings me to my final point for this mini any show. which is I put on instagram recently? And asked me not ask me anything but a question saying he. Would you like to see on the podcast. It's my intention in two thousand twenty. Two really really really tackles topics that maybe don't seem like a maybe on topics that we've ever gone there before on this podcast which is one of the reasons why I kinda bounded into twenty twenty with a conversation to our conversation with a professional dominant because just to set the scene of we're always going to be beauty we're always is going to have a brilliant brilliant pal from the beauty industry

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"venetia" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

The Emma Guns Show

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"venetia" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

"Host emigrant Emma GonNa Wardner and in my nearly twenty career as a beauty and health writer. I have interviewed a lot of people. supermodels entrepreneurs authors celebrities and doctors and many of these conversations had a real impact on me and come away feeling inspired excited informed and really empowered and at the back of my mind. Always think I wish I could just published tape so people could really feel that conversation. While on this forecast you get to feel the conversation. I talked with experts guests and a few friends who I went inspire inform form and empower you and maybe it was a challenge. You whether you're looking for self help self improvement beauty advice. Health insights business know how what just good old-fashioned life advice advised bit of a laugh. It's all hey welcome to the show. I'm so glad to be welcoming. Venetia L- Amana onto the PODCAST. She is a fellow podcast and also as she says on her instagram. A recovering hypocrite climate activists on a mission to slow fast fashion. And and this is why. I'm so glad to have been able to spend some time with us. Sit Down and chat because alls fashion is something I hear of but it. I didn't really know the full extent of if I'm completely honest. It's one of those things that weirdly considering. How many ads? I'm sure. Oh you are subjected to as I am. I of prompster go shopping in sales or by new things. I didn't realize quite how much information was out there. It's all there and actually the issue of fast fashion is pretty pretty areas and I met Venetia at a book launch. It was wrong Josh's but can want recently and we got chatting and it's something that she knows so much more about she has spoken to some really impressive Zip and knowledgeable people on the subject on her own podcast talking tastebuds such as Livia Firth. Also Lucy Seagull. You mentioned in this podcast to and I said it would you. Would you mind coming on because I feel really uneducated on this subject and I feel that that means that I'm contributing to it. I know I must be and my ignorance. You're insisting really awkwardly with me and uncomfortably with me and she very graciously said I would love to come on and Chat Venetia as well as talking about fast fashion and about what that really means and really there are simple things you can do to not contribute in the way that maybe you are. Unwittingly we talk about some really lovely things. For example he tells me about how digital detoxing. And how it's really improved our life. We talk about health with mental health and mental wellness. Meditation it was just a really lovely conversation and it was one of those ones that as a podcast you come away from conversations nations and you just feel. I'm so glad that we kept that on tape. It was as much as Benicia was really sharing her knowledge and all of the work. She's done towards slowing down fast fashion and I felt like I really learned. It was also just people getting to know each other and I can't wait to take her out for coffee soon and just kept up more because she's really fascinating really interesting and as you hit very warm and open so I'm going to get straight into the conversation but I will just remind you that I will be putting links to Venetia and also have brilliant podcast. Aw Talking tastebuds in the show notes and also there are some. There's a documentary in. There are some books that are mentioned in the pokonos. Obviously those links can be found in the show next year but making king. First appearance on the Amazon's hopefully it's not halloween. Its initial Amana.

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Gareth Bale left in limbo after Real Madrid board block China move

ESPN FC

03:20 min | 1 year ago

Gareth Bale left in limbo after Real Madrid board block China move

"Your Gareth Bale and you've got your manager saying it's best if he moves on yet he doesn't want to go. What do you do if you'll Gareth? What would you do? Would you sit on the bench. Take the money or would you go so I said go somewhere else or a couple of days ago. I said he has to go. Prolongs prolonged career Gallup show everybody that he still talk class player having seen the last two games that Real Madrid played. I'm not sure that sedans going to be there for too much longer or I think he might not. He's not lost the dress in but he doesn't know how to change this side that a plan really poorly at the moment when he didn't end to last season this Gareth Bale thing is causing a lot of problems I think Gareth by just and if it was say I'm going to stay here. I'm GONNA prove your if you give me a chance and if he does go and you manage the Chancellor John Lag into new Sean is not the answer and I don't think too many clubs in the premier league all by Munich or P._S._G.. Look are they going to make a bit for him. At the moment or plays wages so you could go and pay for one ice pops if you took a Paker if you took it up but still I don't think too many coming in for him at the moment because he hasn't played that much over the last couple of you could force the hand to move I would go and play in in a Premier League club and try and be there starman improve over the next four years on still a world class player and we told you so the fact fails they've got him play and go e._p._S.. G. And then you will prolong career Numero got bill and and maybe a little picot now yeah and then you set for another full five years Ganga now just going to say to be fair. We have to consider also ASENSIO's injury in this. I mean it's still very crowded upfront. Fronton sedans also been very very clear about this but if you look at it in terms of in terms of numbers game that's one. That's one guy who who incidents mine would have been a headed bail in the pecking order came out of the mix and then you know it's hazard. It's Venetia Jovic expense. Is there some room in there for Gareth Bale. Do they want to hold back a little. He's loved the only thing I can think of cops. Sedan has completely lost bail regardless of whether Bill Gates and the team every now and again or comes off the bench kind of billy gibbons it on every single thing he's got no the will be professionalism that will give set in the mode but possess let x factor when you you really want to play for somebody and you really for the Jersey and you really WanNa be there so when you take away taken a chunk of the extra ability then you have so he's lost got with bill guys bills weakness team staying Real Madrid note clearly if they need another body. He's there and ASENSIO's injure. That's all I'm saying religious and you're putting money you just have a body there just in case the injuries fifty million body. That's not suggesting could I'm not suggesting but if he doesn't WanNa go Stewart for the time being that might come into it as well. You know there's only around Madrid can't sell him if he doesn't WANNA WANNA go but they may be in a situation where they say with ASENSIO gone is their way to repair this Gareth.

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"venetia" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"venetia" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Big boy's neighborhood who gets hated onto much hit us up. Let's go ahead and bring let's bring Phoenicia into the neighborhood. Her name finish Hallo. Phoenicia masonic, correct? Yes. All right now Venetia who gets hated on too much. Cardi? All righty now. Yeah. It is a good one. Why would you call embassy sympathetic Cardi? B gets hated on too much. The grammy. Everybody she had to log off of Instagram. Put up something on my Instagram yesterday for Nisha that was just Cardi B talking about how light with her friends and family how there's a little bit of. Hey, you know, what I'm saying? Like, she's the one with with the money's he gets sad. But I it's crazy because even this mini is very low key. And. You know, and it's almost sad. But people came in and was like, well, if she wasn't so trashy like the comments are the only just got. As always so negative. No matter what she's doing. And they always try to hold her up to like, she was a stripper this one has like, yeah. But she told you that she's not hiding from that. Right. Yeah. It's not like when we Gotcha. What we? Who gets hated on too much? Neighborhood..

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"venetia" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"venetia" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"I'm Sadun rocks museum. Monaco's Venetia rainy spoke to 'em to office in Amsterdam last week immobile bookmaker in Amsterdam I have a small office with two assistance when intern and we're twenty four seven, I guess. Twenty four seven what do you working on the moment? What's the project taking up your time? So I'm working on wisdom, many projects always think that I'm lazy. So that I need lot to do. I keep plates in the air and gifts we love Drennan. Lynn, you mentioned that you on something for the next museum. Can we talk about? Yeah. So I work ready. I think fifteen years for the next museum even when day were so-called close. This small part was opened and I started working for them, and they reopened think six years ago five years ago, and then they asked me to make the logo. And I always thought if two big museum ovens invited bec- designer office or agency to work on their new identity, but they asked me and the so the tiny tiny office and as I logo for them with a space x Space Museum, which people were not happy with it. Because in Holland. Museum is one word, but in the Netherlands, we have to so-called space police and the space police said it was wrong at the national museum for sure. Tubes spell museum rights or correctly. And it's as one word, but I thought access situated word I wanted to make it more as an image house who we have to do the letters. I j which is is a sound. Which only Dutch people can pronounce and Newark museum is generic. So I thought the specific engineering and then with the space, it's very special. But anyway, it's caused a lot of rumor. But in the end people said, well, I didn't change the word next museum. I made a logo artistic freedom and professors from universities will protecting me and giving arguments why it was good. What I did. But anyway, I work for the next museum and before I did small small works museum. But now I do other books, which is amazing, and I also do design exhibitions. And that's when we fantastic how at a moment there two new exhibitions in both we designed as viciously older Rembrandt exhibition which is amazing that the museum shows older Rembrandt's they have which is about four hundred works the pay. Intakes are on grey wall. So it's a combination of blue and gray. But to blue walls are in sort of harmony securely you d stuff other than books, which people do you get sick of being known as the Queen of books and being pigeonholed like that. But I am the book person. I think even if I make an exhibition a sink as a book designer as a book designer, I'm also an editor..

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Roundup trial: High-stakes trial over cancer claim begins

Forum

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

Roundup trial: High-stakes trial over cancer claim begins

"A federal trial involving the popular weed killer roundup is set to begin today in San Francisco, kqei acuity is Raquel Maria. Dylan reports more than nine thousand people have sued. Bayer claiming roundup causes non-hodgkin's lymphoma, Edwin Harman's case was picked as a test trial in federal court for years. The sonoma's residents braid round up around his property to control poison oak. He was diagnosed with cancer in two thousand fifteen the EPA says, the primary chemical and roundup glyphosate is not carcinogenic to humans, but researchers with the World Health Organization say it probably is. Bayer says the herbicides has been an essential tool for farmers for the past forty years. It bought Monsanto for sixty three billion dollars last year, but Bayer's stock price plunged after a San Francisco state court awarded. Two hundred eighty nine million dollars to a school groundskeeper from Venetia in August damages were later reduced to seventy

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"venetia" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"venetia" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"And Dwight in walnut creek, Patricia and Venetia we're going to take you right after the hour. And then you'll be on. This is about Tiananmen the garden. Talk radio five sixty. San Francisco, a Cumulus station now on Amazon just tell Alexa, play five sixty K SF Lieutenant governor defends National Enquirer defense. I'm Christopher cruise Virginia's embattled Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax. He's now demanding that the FBI investigate the to sexual assault allegations that have been made against him in the past few days at the same time. He is refusing to resign. Correspondent Kelly hearten is in Richmond parts and says I did not sexually assault or rape. Meredith Watson Vanessa Tyson or anyone else. I call on all appropriate an impartial. Investigatory authorities including the FBI to investigate fully. And thoroughly the allegations against me by miss Watson. And Dr Tyson two women have said through their attorneys. They are willing to testify if any impeachment proceedings are held that is not extortion. Because all that AM. I wanted was. True. That's Elkin Abramowitz who represents American media. Ceo, David pecker, the company owns the National Enquirer on ABC's this week Abramowitz said the Enquirer did nothing wrong by threatening to publish explicit photos of Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, he denied the tabloid was extorting bazo what happened was the story was given to the National Enquirer by reliable source that had given information to the National Enquirer for seven years prior to this story was a source that was well known to both Mr. bazo and the Sanchez democratic Senator klobuchar of Minnesota expected to announce her entry into the twenty two thousand eight presidential race this afternoon in Minneapolis. Her announcement being upstaged by reports that over the years she's been abusive toward her staff. Lindsey Vonn won the bronze medal in the world championship downhill today in Sweden, the final race of her story career wanted to end my career on a high note, I didn't wanna crash, but I also wanted to risk everything. So. It was just hard for me to manage those emotions. But I kept it together. And I did well enough for.

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"venetia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"venetia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"My job was to say step on the magic star and look through the window, and you can see Santa. I was at the magic window for fifteen minutes before a man approached me and said you look so stupid. I have to admit that he had a point. But still I wanted to say that at least I get paid to look stupid that he gives it away for free. But I can't say things like that. Because I'm supposed to be married. So instead, I said, thank you. Thank you is if I had misunderstood and thought he had said you look terrific. Thank you. He was a brownie wise guy wearing a final jacket and carrying a bag from the radio shack. I should have said we allowed sorry, man. I don't date other guys people would have turned and looked our way, and he would have curls into a little ball and died. All the scientists have different routines somewhat the children's names. So as you're leading the youngsters from the magic tree you say what was your name again? It's right on the tip of my mind where I can't get at it. Then they say their name, and you say, that's right van your van. See I didn't recognize with that turtleneck. That's new isn't it in its own ways. Nearly because they grow so fast. They're always needing larger close, then you lead into Santa's door and say, let me just check and see if he's ready and you poke your head in whisper. Then half the time you'll actually child in the house, and Santa will say STAN it's so good to see you. It's hard when you have three or four kids in a group. It's hard to keep the name straight. And some of the names are names had never heard Venetia Fantasia great child.

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"venetia" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"venetia" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"Event. Monday allowance who are in a in a battle both he's trained by Paul Nicholls. We see what he does every Saturday in these in these big handicaps. And I think he's going to come forward for that run last time out. So those would be might to against the field, gentlemen. I like it. I like it a loss particularly the betting strategy as well. Kevin four you what's your interest in the former liberal curdle now but for exchange trophy? I would give it a show to first Figaro for Venetia Williams Derm of weathered used to train him. I know taught an awful lot of as a bumper horse. He ran very well in the champion bumper back in two thousand sixteen Dave you're also lost in iron was bit disastrous. Really? And he was only be just under six thanks and locate a well publicized armored wild hasn't hasn't had the best time of their last couple of seasons into seventeen in particular on. He's he switched to Venetia Williams and got off the Mark over her at the first time of asking last time at higher. I wasn't an electric race by any means Bush got the job done probably didn't need to advance from what he did in his best run in Ireland at the runner up his that down the far. But but said suppose, I just would be surprised now Venetia can pull a bit of improvement out of America, vol, twenty seven woods underestimate him a little bit. Base of the best of his ball perform and on Venetia has harsh in great form. He's a big old price. So the ground will be any trouble for him. So I'll take my chance. Yeah. Benishi williams. I think you mean. That is enough lovely Venetia Williams to give her true. Name lovely is always. Yeah. Of course. Comes around. It goes without saying where tobacco from. That could be an office kind of thing. But I think everyone that I a lot of people they know race referred to Vinnie as the lovely Venetia Williams. I've heard it described as the glamorous finish Williams. Well, yes. On on the same wavelength there. It's got to be serious stories for me second run for having a terrific time that jockey booking of berry Garrity is very very interesting and also second run after a wind up as well. So maybe this is the time. I'm pretty sure that Boise. He'll be back in the podcast early next year. We'll be we'll be back in speaking of wind up rations and other horse having his second drone after wind up..

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Red Light District (Amsterdam) - 2018 All You Need to Know

Monocle 24: The Briefing

03:30 min | 2 years ago

Red Light District (Amsterdam) - 2018 All You Need to Know

"Let's end. No today's program by heading off to Amsterdam the city's Myers play into issue sex work permits for locations outside the historic center of the city. It's part of efforts to move the red light. District out of the area. Monaco's acting business had asked while Amsterdam correspondent is Venetia rainy and she joins me now. Hello venetia. Good afternoon. Why this move in unwind now as sort of Amsterdam is fed up with this sort of red light district, and it's nefarious influence around the city. Well, the red light district has been around for loan time. Obviously it sprung up because this is a richly poured. This is the same as So to speak. speak, but this is an ongoing effort by city councils Cain up the fifty center that turning to eight get rid of the wrong sort of tourists. So that means the people that come on these budget airlines that come for one or two nights that may need drink beds. That goes AM's, maybe stay in her towels and are tracked it at least in part by the legal prostitution. So it's possible and they tried to ban tourist shops. They've found beer bikes done whole bunch of things and the things works. I fall out. This is the next step for them the next step, and I wonder I guess was a divide isn't Evanston between you know, who it's outwardly attempting to benefit and who were what is really about by which I mean is this another bid to basically rid a city of the the wrong kind of tourist? If you like we've seen the similar kind of dynamic in bus loner, for example, Amsterdam's wrestled with this before is this about helping those that you need need need some help, maybe, you know, sex workers. Who, you know, having friend, Tom, thanks to be nice. But actually, it just they just the city wants to get rid of the wrong the wrong sort of tourists. I think that's a really good point. And one hasn't quite made its way into international press yet what we're seeing in the Dutch process that notable sex work is happy with this. You know, this idea that they'll be safer for moved outside. The center is just not always true that is a huge problem of human trafficking and forced prostitution in the sensor. Moving those prostitutes outside of the center isn't gonna stop trying to think Think of of the problem. the problem is that prostitution is legal in the Netherlands, and they have open borders because of Schengen so moving out of the city centre isn't gonna soul fat and a lot of sex box set. Well, we pay rent till, you know, some of these places are businesses that are owned properties that are owned a profile owners, and they say, well, it's legal. Why are we now being pushed off the break here? Very profitable area of tourism for us. That we've spoken before about the fact that there was this long term program of decades-long initiative to essentially deal with those really insidious in serious problems. You just mentioned trafficking of people prostitution, more broadly. Is it time? Do you think for the city to basic tear up that Tara those old plans and start afresh? It feels like there's there's not been the coin of progress at the city requires. Yeah. I think that's absolutely true. And I mean, most people are flunk sister to why it hasn't quite what they've tried to introduce more controls. I covet Elliott. This year story about shove my red lights, which is supposed to be an ethical Ruffo where they really put an emphasis on making sure that the women who work there finding the papers effectively running the own businesses that are really their own volition. And I think we need more support for those sorts of initiatives that I'm not sure that just pushing prostitution for five of the city is going to help anything was

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Judge upholds Monsanto verdict but cuts award to $78 million

Armstrong and Getty

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Judge upholds Monsanto verdict but cuts award to $78 million

"I judge in San Francisco is really against Monsanto. While also slashing the amount they must pay damages in a high profile case, the company was sued by Venetia school district. Groundskeeper Duane Lee Johnson after he was diagnosed with non Hodgkin's lymphoma. Johnson claimed that he developed the condition from spraying the herbicides roundup which Monsanto manufacturers as part of his job in August. A jury awarded in two hundred eighty nine million dollars in damages which judge Suzanne Bolanos said was too high in Monday's decision. Bolanos affirmed the jury's verdict

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Jennifer Aniston Beauty Pageant Dramedy ‘Dumplin’ Lands at Netflix

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Jennifer Aniston Beauty Pageant Dramedy ‘Dumplin’ Lands at Netflix

"To that in that budget and a whole lot more thread gills, Eddie Wilson's threat gills downtown. It's leaving just can't afford to stay there anymore. All coming up. Securing America international airline, travelers can leave their passports in their bags impose for a camera. Instead. Facial recognition technology

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"venetia" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"venetia" Discussed on KGO 810

"Janet go ahead Yes thank you Dr you? For taking my call. Have you ever. Heard of. The mothball fleet in Venetia. I had not been I'm all. Ears, keep going Yeah so we're originally. One hundred ninety five ships taxpayers we're paying for the department of. Transportation, in order to maintain them. Shipshape and ready to go and defend the California, case we have no more started. That people are salting the west coast. Well of course wars changed now so currently there are dismantling them. For scrap metal just think how fabulous we'd be we brought some, of them down here they can house between fifteen hundred and up to six thousand, troops so if we, turn them into drug rehab and trade school combo just think not only could we house the unfortunate and keep them. Away, from drugs. But we could actually we have, them and they would have an adventure sailing up and? Down the coast learning. How to be. Diesel mechanics I like I like I like Your head that kind of I don't know how you please contact your local legislator because I don't know how, you would make this a reality but it certainly that kind of creative thinking. That we need to solve this. Thank, thank, you, very interesting idea and yeah no I can't think of any reason. Not to do something. Like that that'd be great Glenn Or. Do The homeless talks about a lot about a lot of. This show I love yourself Everybody knows. That is overwhelmingly L. people people Ill people I don't know what the, percentage is but I think that should be the focus because there is better l. and actually having some kind of lorries were the both of those Myself with nineteen years Specialists no Wwl, anybody yeah you're. Absolutely right you're. You're right but to two things, currently a I agree with you on the mental health side because the if you could have conservative ship, over them you could help them get. Them better they'll clear up on my God will they. Be passed but on the, addiction side, you're right they'll go back out of, news again but but I was the reason I'm interested in being a little more forceful with the population is because it's a math group when you get them off the math in the, psychosis clears then sometimes, they're workable or at least they start to become contemplative, about recovery but when their way out when way out in, the addiction when their way out there using their, so psychotic they're not. Even approachable and, so yes in terms of, full recovery I agree..

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Venezuela's inflation to reach 1 million percent, IMF forecasts

The World

03:16 min | 2 years ago

Venezuela's inflation to reach 1 million percent, IMF forecasts

"We've been hearing for some time about the economic collapse in Venezuela one way. To measure that is by calculating how fast consumer prices are rising and today the International Monetary Fund, made this prediction expects, inflation in Venezuela to reach a million percent sometime this year also. Today the Venezuelan government issued new banknotes. The authorities are in effect hoping to counter inflation by just taking five zeros off the national currency the. Bolivar maybe colleague Leonardo Russia says this economic meltdown has been. Years in the making he's been coming for for many years it came with the collapse of the Venezuelan economy with president will go Chavis, and collapse in oil prices so he had a combination of Venezuela depending heavily on oil prices in a government is a socialist government Which tried, to control prices and, all that created a lot of economic instability and political dissent for. At least four years with street protests. And dozens of people killed in that also pushed the government into into a different note so presently colossoma. Doodoo has been facing a rising inflation and the situation did. Really deteriorated over the past year or so These new notes have read it's called the sovereign Bulevar. And that it's pegged to a crypto currency called the petro which was recently created by the Madero, government and that the value of that. Is based on Venezuela's oil reserves what is what is this, new currency. It is complicated crypto currencies and, virtual currencies are very complicated to explain but in a way it works like a, like a gold standard he pegged the value of, this currency to a certain amount of all your barrels within. As well has also golden diamond in a way it's to try to. Give any new currency in the economy some credibility some tokens were issued of that and people were encouraged to buy that as investment and death is what you know the value of. The new currency will be too but the new sovereign delivers that is replacing the strangely. Name strong believers will be new notes with five zero. Is being cut off they were supposed to come into force in In April or may. But apparently the bills are. Being made in England by Delarue and they they had trouble to pay for that and rearrange and that was delayed and delayed at the time they were going to knock off three years of the. Currency in April in the inflation is? So high that. They decided, to go for five zeros so whatever was, a thousand delivers becomes one cent it's really difficult to understand for. People who live in in a stable economy when will the new notes be available they will be, available tomorrow in theory the the new. Currency is valid zone today but on Monday it was a, Bank holiday. So that people would prepare and, what we saw in Caracas and all the seats people queuing up for petrol prices, have been going up by a lot since last, week since that was announced and people haven't been able actually. To to take out the new currency's anything below a thousand believers won't. Be currency anymore because that's less than one

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Monsanto, FDA and Cancer discussed on Ethan Bearman

Ethan Bearman

03:48 min | 2 years ago

Monsanto, FDA and Cancer discussed on Ethan Bearman

"Monsanto Friday San Francisco jury said you caused cancer at least At least more than. Fifty point. One percent, chance because, it was, a civil trial that's right The jury said. You did it. You caused greater than fifty percent. Chance you caused you did Monsanto your product roundup your life Assait caused Dwayne Johnson's non-hodgkin's lymphoma he sadly has a little bit of time left, to live as we understand cancer of. The. Lymph system allegedly caused by roundup and ranger pro which is another one of their glyphosate herbicides doctors said, he is unlikely to live past the year two. Thousand twenty I. Heard. It wasn't even that long but I just do wish him the best The jury in San Francisco superior court deliberated for three days they found Monsanto had failed to warn Johnson and other consumers of the cancer risks posed by its weedkillers. Thirty, nine million, dollars in compensatory. And two hundred fifty million dollars in, punitive damages now of course Monsanto immediately appealed Here's the deal. About appeals the people really have a hard. Time, understanding I didn't fully understand this until you go to law school, okay the way appeals work they, don't contest the fact that test whether or not facts are admissible in court and whether and how the law applies it's really complicated how evidence worked all this kind of stuff anyway long. In, the short, of it is Montana's in trouble Finally finally he by the, way Dwayne Johnson I feel so, bad for him former pest control manager for, the school system, which wasn't it Sacramento Somewhere, right around Sacramento can't remember what school I. Believe it was Venetia? Actually, I'm sorry Benicia Asia's not part of, Sacramento immediately placed him in Sacramento, but I did used to be the capital, what how many. Hundred Was a eighteen sixty I wouldn't be able to get the day off the top of my head. At, the time ago yeah it's fun. To visit it is, I agree with you but he was a former pest control manager applied the weed killer up to thirty times per year for years Brent Wiesner the lawyer for, Johnson in a statement said jurors, for the first time it, seen, internal company documents quote proving that Monsanto has known for decades That, glyphosate, and specifically round up could cause cancer Consp- prophet over consumer, safety is what I say it was happening I by, the way over the weekend. Because of this verdict I can't wait, to you I'm curious your thoughts though about this, are you or is this finally do we finally we're going to start finally seeing some Justice for the. American people. Against the chemicals that are poisoning us chemicals point I posted the picture over the weekend To it was almost exactly five years ago I spoke. With the. Bullhorn at the Santa Cruz clock tower And the March against Monsanto I have been talking about this issue. For many many years the evidence has. Been building for years that, they, lied in the, FBI FDA application let's. Just going to dissipate in water it's going to be in oh you're. Intestinal tract just destroys it doesn't we've found it breaks through by the way. You're gonna breastfeed your baby you're giving them glide for sate That was never supposed to be the. Way this stuff worked it was Disintegrating less than three as it stays in water up to two hundred and sixty. Seven days

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"venetia" Discussed on The Weekly Substandard

The Weekly Substandard

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"venetia" Discussed on The Weekly Substandard

"Don't be afraid. Just tweeted us and we'll, we'll tell you what all the jokes, right? Because nothing works better than a joke. You have to explain on Twitter or as as as your colleague. Jonathan Richard Starr said, he had started listening to sub-standard midway through our season and then worked his way backwards. And he said it was fascinating to see how the jokes, the evolution of the jokes like the running gag, where does the running gag come from? And it's kind of weird that way in a weird way. It's reward. Ivan. Okay. If you are new listener to the show, we should go into the back catalog catalog does still value. Yes. So anyway, if to get it super meta, the talk about the talk about, oh yes, about the show anyway, that that you go. Yeah, David. Yeah. Yeah, they're studios the studios. Very nice. This one, it's, it's. It's cooler, certainly cooler. It's nice. It's very nice. I'd love to do the remnant sometime jackass neno Jackson by me on a couple times, but it's always like last minute in the other. Jack my, my life doesn't work in ways that I can do things last minute. And so. Okay. Well, my bachelor week finally came to an end. Oh, you have responsible. I did question. Yes. Did you win any games? Yes, civilization domination. I always wanted to signs and then there's culture victory and Cates favorite victories diplomatic. She has never wants to win the u n she has never. I think that's what she would like to, but she's never actually finished agape and she plays and she's never finished. She just gets billard with. She likes just leave me alone in all ten to my weet field pastures. But it's weird because I think the complete edition version. There's far less emphasis on conflict, and they really want you to try to win other ways. And I found that the other civilizations were less aggressive, at least at the, oh, I'm what I'm playing. Yes. No, it's bad for them. Exactly because everybody hates you. That's okay. 'cause you control everything anyway. You know what happened was entered be feared than loved. No. I mean, it was ridiculous because not to get into the weeds here, but you know, I'm really, I was really killing it at my game is Austria and then little little Venetia little Venetia Carthage, excuse me..

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"venetia" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"venetia" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Weedy news I'm Tiffany Cam high Pacific Gas and electric which was recently blamed by state fire officials, for nearly all of last, fall's devastating north bay wildfires is now also being blamed for, one of the. Region's worst refinery accidents in years a report by the California Public utilities commission, obtained by cake She says PG is at fault for causing a major outage. At the Valero refinery and Venetia last year can't Ted Goldberg has been following the story ever since that day in may of last year when all of the power went out at the refinery for eighteen, minutes Ted what does this EP report. Say the CPS you report maintains that PG knee did? A bad job of maintaining a key piece of equipment at the substation that feeds electricity to the Valero refinery it also said that it didn't do a good enough job of training its workers on making sure they understood the importance of. That piece of equipment and because they. Didn't follow guidelines for the CPU see they're basically in violation. Of state law did the utilities commission uncover, a cause for the outage it did that key piece of equipment that I just. Talked about that was a transformer the night before the outage PG crews noticed that the transformer had failed yet the next morning they still went through with some Maintenance work where they powered down one of the lines that went into the refinery they didn't. Realize that the transformer being down with somehow activate a safety feature that would then shut down power to the entire refinery has this led to any changes to. Prevent, a repeat of the outage? That occurred last may so peaching any hired a third party firm by the name of exponent to investigate the outage that firm issued a set of recommendations basically calling. On PG ni to do a better job of training its workers so the understand the importance of that particular piece of equipment also this week top executive at Valero revealed another change to the Benicia city, council that had PG and Valero basically. Working on the same page to prevent a similar outage? Here is rich wash accompany vice president we want to limit the number of times PGA sticking a screwdriver into the wires that supply refinery this would basically mean that PG workers we consolidate their work on the electrical Lines that feed the refinery and at Valero would get an opportunity to inspect their. Infrastructure before him and what has the reaction been to the CPU see report well the report was actually not made public when it. Was completed a couple of months ago we obtained it through a California Public records? Act request but since our story was published this afternoon Benicia mayor Elizabeth Patterson has said she wants to? Make sure that PG knee actually follows. Through on those safety reforms here's mayor Patterson I wanna see something that is. Meaningful to the community and that would be having a reporting. Process as a, requirement and those reports would be filed with a CPA see as well as the city of Benicia saying that this training has been done is completed okay so what's next so, it's unclear what. The will do next the commission could find PG any I've spoken to some experts they say any. Financial penalty against PG because of this, outage is down to be fairly small In the meantime Valero has sued PG? Any, that case has yet to go to trial all right thank you.

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"venetia" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"venetia" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Dot org perhaps this is no surprise but in the netherlands prostitution is legal that's been true since the year two thousand when the dutch government legalized sex work it was part of an effort to provide protections for people working in an already flourishing underground sex industry but despite the government regulation human trafficking and exploitation are still a problem there so a group in amsterdam's red light district decided to try to fight it with a different kind of brothel venetia rainy has the story okay on my cell heyman is a board member my red light a social project in the form of a brothel it launched last summer to great fanfare it's run almost completely by sex workers and it's fourteen rooms have been designed by the ferry women who use them the most beautiful paul and above all of them are decorated in dark potholes reds and gold once inside he tells me there are also other more practical features the women insisted on their own safe in a room because know the broad all sometimes they don't have a safe and then they're always stories of customers that suddenly weren't customer spit try to rob them and then they're quite vulnerable but the most important feature of my red light is that the rooms can only be rented by women who've been thoroughly vetted to ensure the not being trafficked pimped or exploited yet it's quite like you ask them like do you have a relationship if you do what sort of relationship that blood you can never ask directly are you being abused so you have to be certain about it muscle should he's a form of sex worker himself this vetting procedure is required throughout the red light district but it's not always strictly followed at my red light the emphasis is on treating the woman is entrepreneurs who run their business offering them whatever help they need.

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"venetia" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"venetia" Discussed on Mixergy

"It was what police who claim to be saying judah venetia so that the incentives other like if you make money you make money and doug phenomenally was okay and was build it you customize it you created for them they promoted to their people and then you guys do revenue share on the whole thing so very similar to publish as well bubblicious todd upfront fee and then they share revenue on both symbol and that's how we did it okay or they offer an upfront advance based on a coming revenue you guys it the other way you ask them for an up front cash and then use that to build your software so be already had the software in place because of our previous incarnation of the so be just mortified that saw fair to be able to have their branding on double but they didn't have to pay upfront today in some cases knowl but in some cases but in a run of any small portion of everything be actually have three by seventy on tracks and it's the ongoing subscription that solves the problem now you're selling on an ongoing basis you broaden out your audience to now include a much bigger share of the overall test taker market you've added to your credibility and you don't have to worry about marketing which i looked in the past you guys were good at getting who is it on your team who got press was that you.

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"venetia" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"venetia" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Need more money you're going to take more risk or spend less more spend less or take more at that's the answer right so we shown example where we take somebody who is you know their risk profile it only allows them to go forty miles an hour forty two miles an hour and yet up to sixty five portfolio is at fifty five right and you wonder why people emotionally make poor decisions right and then we showed that if we lower the portfolio to forty venetia speed limit and we do good solid planning we increase their core income we turn the situation around to the point where instead of having a fifty seven percent probability of success they have a ninety eight percent probability of success and what we did was lower the risk well that's that's what i that's the other thing i've been saying forever right is you do not improve your odds by increasing risk what do you would increase risk which means you're increasing allier yeah that's what when you when you increase risk you're increasing the chances you will fail but that's not what the orange squirrels do you need more in just get more aggressive in the market have gotten to the point where i can take them talking at now i'm going to interrupt you guys really quickly because great breaking point before we always do this i mean we're on a roll here we go get him whip web snapping in the background well the orange squirrel has got the web back here so i don't know if i'm hallucinating or what but we'll be back to free to.

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"venetia" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"venetia" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

"Gummy and james i carried the rails thanks again for being with us other people is no good record shops from this september the fastest it's the monaco summit weekly now monaco's fourputt summit newspaper the marcos on weekly we've already mentioned it it's on the shelves will good newsstands now this month on this the similarlynamed program we're looking to al contributors to provide a bit of seasonal sunshine sanyoto summertime in amsterdam like in much of northern europe is often less about sunny weather and more by sony state mind for the dutch a bit of rain is no obstacle to enjoying the good things in life embodied by the dozens of outdoor city festivals spring up every year and not least of course was peng's we were talking about earlier atop molecules amsterdam corresponent venetia rainy reports from a popular beer festival in the north of the city the industrial north at amsterdam used to be jokingly referred to as siberia no one but the briefest took the ferry across the aisle river to go that these days however it's a haven for alternative festivals new clubs and cultural events and the ferries approx a short cycle from the end i'm shipyard hub i arrive at my destination planet oedipus we are now earth blooded vertebrates it's our lura first of all at a like a review already be officials for six years but this is kind of two festivals together and we are inort 'hosts it's in the lord of amsterdam of i path to describe it meant rollers now people come here would the kids so it's going to very mix of family live bill geeks and people that come for the music so wherever the whole day danson.

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