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Fresh update on "vienna" discussed on The Tech Guy
"An international package. Just turn it on before you leave and make sure you turn it off when you get back. I've done it before. It's not too expensive. And that way you keep your number and everything. We'll go to Germany with our photo guy, Chris marquart, as a matter of fact, right after this. Where should she go, Chris? There's so many places. I know. They're awesome. We're going to be in Germany next Christmas. We start in the Munich. We're going to do a Christmas market river boat trips. It's going to be fun. You fought in love with the German rivers. I, man, we've had so much fun, it was our favorite riverboat trip ever was going from a lot of you do. And you're not like cruise ports. You're seeing real towns. I did teach photography on a German river cruise once and I think I've done the 5th stop. They called it, they began calling it an ABC crew. Another bloody castle. It is. If you go down the line, as we'll call it castles on the Rhine, where castles and cities castles on the Rhine. We're starting at the stone road. I think we start in pasal. We go to Nuremberg, Regan Berg digging dwarf pasal. I've been to them all before. So that's okay. And then I love regensburg. I look forward to going back there. Nuremberg was great. Loved loved Nuremberg first. They say it's the best and they might be right. The nurnberg brought worse is the best. It's the best. I can confirm that. And then we end up in Austria. We're going to down the walkout valley, which is a beautiful river cruise. Dern Stein, Vienna, for New Year's Eve and New Year's Day. And then we end up in Budapest, which is always fun to sail. That was a German. Terrible. I wish we were ringing my son. We had planned this with my summit. It got canceled because of COVID. He loves it. Advanced German speaker. It's funny, I listen at the door while he's talking to his tutor and I'm like, wow, we can never get him to do it in person though. He's always, you know.
"vienna" Discussed on Shut Up & Sit Down
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"vienna" Discussed on Shut Up & Sit Down
"You can fire your cannons wildly, which let me tell you, Austria has a lot of cannons and they're fine and downhill. And the Ottomans get absolutely pancakes. Pretty much on a turn by turn. We should actually just highlight that rule as being one of my favorite ones in the game, which is that when the Ottomans attack a space, they'll roll what cannons they have in a space, they'll roll to attack the space next to it. I'm 6 cannons. In this space, you have 5 cans are almost 6 cannons. I do sun damage. Every single time the Habsburgs roll for cannon shots, they've rolled for every single cannon on the ball. Yes. Every single time. Which is like, so it's just honestly that's just a really nice clean mechanic. Then it starts with the Ottomans have a bigger army and just a huge deck, which is super intimidating for the Austrians. And then the Austrians have 12 guns. And the game comes with 12 chunky yellow Austrian dice. Yes. And you just shake them in a bit, like you're playing warhammer or something. Can you throw them across the board? And the Ottomans get pancakes, but slowly but surely. The Ottomans will take spaces that contain those cannons. So you go from running 12 dice to 11 to ten to 5. And then by the end of the game, yeah, I was rolling four dice. I had no cannons in you by the end of it. Yeah, yeah, yeah. So it's this sort of like slow war of attrition and most of what the game comprises of is doing attack actions, which is sort of the huge amount of time you're going to spend this game is doing the sort of the battles that sort of core assaults, which is this lovely little mini game where you pick up your whole deck of cards and you'll choose a certain number of troops. Choose a bunch of sad lads to fling into the battle. And they might be bad. He might be good. Yeah, and then you'll reveal those troops and then you have a sort of, I'm sort of being deliberately vague as getting into the weeds here would probably be not really good for anyone sanity. But you'll have this sort of canon off where you then roll dice to sort of push people into the back lines, which might be good for the player who's attacking because they can sort of preserve their strong units if they know they're going to get warped. And then the winner will just take like the entire space. And so this is deliberately waited towards the Ottomans because I think that the Habsburgs typically don't actually want to control any more territory than they start with. But the Ottomans will slowly just put what do you call them, those things. Into the sort of Austrian fortification. You are definitely climbing a mountain. But I guess there's no getting around it.
"vienna" Discussed on Shut Up & Sit Down
"War games are like the home of that, so you look at war games and you go, oh wow, we're all playing different games. That sounds great. No. Like generally speaking, war games are like obtuse and difficult and involve way more rule learning than they do fun. The ratio is just completely off. Yes. So you put this board game in front of me as like someone who hasn't played as many war games as I have. And I said, oh no. However, this game fire and zone siege of Vienna 1683 comes from capstone games, a publisher we are continually impressed by. Yeah. And this is them trying to make war games a bit simpler and a bit more accessible. Right. And they succeed on both fronts, I think. Yes, the rules teach for fire and stone is pretty straightforward. And this is the bit that really impressed me.
"vienna" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast
"Kim Chris, today is the 31st of October and we are here to catch up on the weekend tennis at tennis weekly headquarters. We have had a week off on the WTA tours, but we've had two big events on the ATP circuit in Vienna and Basel. We have had Felix aussem, complete a hat trick of titles in the last three weeks, and we've also had the man the myth, the octopus, Daniel Madden, or should I say dad vive because he's just recently become a dad win as well. So all good there, and we've also got the WTA finals in Fort Worth about to kick off over the pond in the United States. So lots to talk about the united cup as well becoming official for the start of next season and I'm happy to tell our listeners that Kim is back, Kim, you do not have any more travel issues. I was relieved to hear coming into this evening. You're not basically stuck in swindon like you were last week. No, I'm not. I mean, swindon is the lovely place, but I wouldn't wish that on my worst enemy. I was in the outskirts of swindon. It gets better. It gets better. Yeah. But I had dinner by the national trust headquarters. And if any British means real estate, the national trust is quite big, I'm a member. I like a bit of national trust. Humble brag? Yeah. So I care about preserving heritage. Anyway, this is not a heritage podcast. This is about tennis. So let's move on quickly before I digress too much. What's your highlight of the past week guys? Before we crack on with the movers and shakers, what's floated your boat in the last week? Well, I'm going to go first and I'm going to say in the absence of WTA action, I've still found a women's tennis highlight and mine comes from. I've dropped down to the challenger, the ITF level. It comes from Tyler in Texas where one of my favorites Taylor Townsend, won her way through to the title at the W 80 tournament there. And she didn't drop a set, which was something super nice. She beat some of the podcast favorites of kayaking epi and storm Sanders on the way. She's back in the top one 30 and then a fun fact about this is that she won her quarterfinal semifinal and final all in 24 hours. Oh, wow. So that is a good effort. That's pretty unique, isn't it? Isn't it? Three is in a day. That doesn't happen too often. Was that because rain delay out of interest? Yeah, unfortunately it was because of some weather issues. But nothing can weather the storm, but that's a bad storm Sanders joke. I think whether the storm that was Taylor Townsend. There's a tongue twister there. Taylor Townsend Tyler, Texas. Oh, a lot of teams got teased. Texas. I broke it up. In fact, interestingly, all of the players I mentioned had their first and second names are the same. Tater Townsend. Kai canai storm Sanders. Now Joel did an English degree. Is that alliteration? Yes. I believe something
'The Courage to Face COVID-19' With Dr. Peter McCullough
"Courage to face COVID-19, preventing hospitalization and death while battling the biopharmaceutical complex by doctor Peter McCulloch, new book out. You guys have got to check it out. And he joins us right now. Doctor McCullough, welcome back to the program. Thanks for having me. Tell us about your new book. You know, I've teamed up with true crime author John leak who was from Dallas, but he lived most of his life in Europe, he returned from Vienna and we worked for a year on this. He carefully interviewed all the key players. He's an investigative reporter. He's trained as a forensic investigator. And we wrote this book together. It's a nonfiction narrative. It's a true story about the discovery of the treatment of COVID-19 to prevent hospitalization and death in our shock. When we found out instead of celebration and relief, we were crushed with censorship and reprisal and there was a suppression of treatment to the public, which resulted in catastrophic hospitalization and death.
"vienna" Discussed on TED Talks Daily
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Iran, US, EU to send envoys to Vienna for nuclear talks
"The head of the International Atomic Energy Agency says efforts are on the way to revive the 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and major powers which the Trump administration abandoned in 2018 There is an ongoing effort to try to go for yet another meeting or round to explore possibilities to come to an agreement Rafael grossi says he's heard the meeting could be soon And as they're important differences among the negotiating parties and important verification issues related to past activities that Iran needs to address his view is it's not impossible It's complex If the nuclear agreement known as the JCPOA is not extended some IAEA inspections will continue but the JCPOA provides for additional transparency and inspections I'm Charles De Ledesma
Sebastian Checks In With 'Mr. War Room' Stephen K. Bannon
"War room is with us now, Steve Bannon welcome first. Thank you, doctor gorka, always glad to be here. All right, let's we could speak for hours. You're doing an incredible job on war room. I've got a long list of stuff. I want to ask you my team is asking me to ask you. But first, I need the latest update from you. They are coming after you hard and heavy. How are you doing Steve and how are you feeling about taking your fight to the next level for contempt of Congress or all Americans should be held in contempt of Congress because that's what they deserve. But give us the truth. But look, it's a part of a process. Everybody's under pressure, they're coming after everybody. I mean, Washington Post announced the other day that Justice Department is looking at president Trump. But if you're going to stand up for your country now, when patriots need to stand up, they're going to come for you. They're going to come for you through lawfare. They're going to come through physical violence. I just got swatted a couple of weeks ago, very dangerous situation, hundred officers out front with weapons drawn. And I get threats all the time, but everybody does. If you're going to do this, you got to commit to do it. And like I said, it is what it is. We're all about victory. As you know, when you set out to take Vienna, take Vienna. And that's all I'm focused on. Everything else, everything they're coming at with me is noise. I've got great lawyers, we're obviously going to win on appeal, but it's just part of a process. I appreciate everybody's support.
Western European powers press Iran to agree to nuclear deal
"Western European powers are pressing Iran to agree to a revival of his 2015 nuclear deal after a month's long standstill in negotiations warning that what's on the table now is the best possible deal The foreign policy chief of the EU which has shared long running talks in Vienna has tweeted now is decision time if we are to save the Iran nuclear deal French foreign minister Catherine colonna says a return to full compliance with the agreement is still possible but for that a positive response from Iran is needed as soon as possible This reflects mounting concern that time is running out to salvage the deal in part because of the approach of midterm elections in the U.S. I'm Charles De Ledesma
Mike Gallagher: Salzburg Is Famous for Two Things
"Well, thanks, Carl, greetings from Salzburg, Austria, without a doubt, the most magnificent magical enchanted city I've ever seen in my life. I'm so glad we got to come to Salzburg. Of course, Salzburg is famous for two things for the tourists. Wolf Wolfgang, Amadeus Mozart. This was his birthplace, and where he spent much of his life. And of course, the sound of music, some scenes that were filmed there. The architecture, though, beautiful churches and cathedrals everywhere. This is a beautiful, beautiful Austrian city nestled on the river and with the Alps and the beautiful fortress believe it or not, overlooking the city that encloses all of it. Just the history, the charm, and of course everything is Mozart Mozart Mozart. This is where he was born. See this house here, with the yellow painting on the outside. That's the birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. He lived here for a number of years. He moved to Vienna, became disenchanted with Salisbury because he felt they didn't recognize his greatness and wow, his greatness, of course, prolific and felt the world over. Interesting facts about sound of music. We saw a couple of the places where the movie was filmed, including when Julie Andrews came running through the courtyard with her guitar. We saw where they had the big music festival where the von trapp family flat fleas at the end of the movie for the big dramatic finish, but our tour guide explained that locals don't really like the American version of the sound of music because the sound of music was the story of Maria von trapp was originally captured in the early 1950s by a German film. So the Broadway musical, which was mounted in 1959, and then the movie a few years later, for them was just a reprise and they didn't care. People in Austria and even Germany, they didn't care very much for the sound of music. Believe it
Is America's Sovereignty in Jeopardy?
"Now what if I told you right now this question of sovereignty and who is in charge very well might be put in permanent jeopardy using an international health apparatus. Now there's lots of fail safes built into the constitution. The constitution is a domestic political document. It's the greatest political document ever written. The United States Constitution was not written for the times, was written to stand the test of time. Understanding human nature's predisposition towards greed. Selfishness, lying and cheating and stealing a diffuses power over space and time. There's so many layers of checks and balances in the U.S. Constitution almost as if the founding fathers were inherently distrustful of people with power and they were. Now, it spreads over space and time by it requires a lot of geographic land mass to be able to make decisions and time where it's intentionally long to be able to do something bold and dramatic. This is why the CDC and the FDA swooping in and taking away individual sovereignty. And states rights was something that was deemed unconstitutional was always kind of left to the states and by the way, most European countries do not have that model. I know some Europeans and they were perplexed when they learned about America's response to COVID that it was a state by state model. You see, in Germany, if Berlin wants to do something, it impacts Bavaria as it does um, as it does Munich, one size fits all governing model. In Austria, if Vienna wants to do something, it impacts Salzburg just as much as Vienna. In Europe, the power comes from the top in America the power comes from the bottom.
Gatestone Institute: A Final Warning From Arabs to Biden
"There was a piece in the gatestone institute international policy council Website By Khalid Abu tome And it's really quite compelling It says in a message directed at the Biden administration and the other western powers involved in the Vienna negotiations This is with Iran Led by Russia on our behalf the Arab country said that Iran and its terrorist militias are continuing to create chaos and instability especially in Iraq Yemen and Lebanon The Arabs including the Arab League are telling the Biden administration that in their view is not only Iran that threatens their security but also its terrorist proxies Including Hamas the Palestinian Islamic Jihad Hezbollah and the Houthis in Yemen The Arabs are clearly worried about the financial and military aid that Iran is providing to the terrorist groups Any deal with Iran will further strengthen these groups and encourage them to step up their terrorist attacks The Arabs are also worried that when Iran obtains nuclear weapons they will sooner or later find their way into the hands of terrorist proxies And other terrorist groups including the Islamic State that's ISIS and Al-Qaeda
Richard Goldberg: Latest Iran Deal Is Being Brokered by the Russians
"Iran was becoming more threatening getting closer to the nuclear threshold And so rather than say this isn't working let's go back to maximum pressure which was working they decided to go to the Russians late last year and say will you take over this negotiation Will you take the ball We'll go through your lead handing Vladimir Putin the keys to this deal And they didn't know that Russia was finally going to become the controversy that it is today that we've all known for years that it was They didn't expect Vladimir Putin to invade Ukraine as we know But now here we see the deal that's on the table in Vienna had been brokered by the Russians The Russian ambassador in Vienna is the lead negotiator now for the deal And why that's important is not only is the deal itself on the table a disaster in a threat to national security Again lifting a $100 billion to give access to the Islamic Republic the world's largest state sponsor of terrorism access to a $100 billion to fund that terrorism to fund missiles To keep the advances in their nuclear program that they've gained over the last year under the Biden administration more sanctions relief than the last deal for fewer restrictions than the last deal totally crazy a worse deal If you thought the last deal was the worst deal in history this is the new worst deal in history
Johnnie Moore on the Looming, Disastrous Iranian Nuclear Deal 2.0
"Johnny, thank you for joining us. So you're kind of an expert on international religious freedom. And you also have been following what's happening in Vienna right now with the Iran deal where the Russians are kind of like the intermediaries. Is that right? Yeah, I don't think Americans really realize what's going on in Vienna. I mean, stop to think that while all of this is happening in Ukraine, the deputy foreign minister of Russia has been negotiating what they say is going back into the run deal. It's actually a whole different deal altogether. But it's not even a negotiation, Charlie. The Americans haven't even met with Iranians. They meet with the Russians, the Russians go talk to the Chinese and the Iranians. They go back to the Americas. They tell the Americans back and forth. It's a gigantic charade. It's a disaster, people don't really realize how catastrophic this is. So the first Iran deal was really bad. They said it, the way that the Obama regime spend it spun it, whatever. Was that they were saying that this prevented Iran from getting a nuclear weapon, but we know that wasn't true. Trump canceled it. What is this deal? Yeah, and what the Biden administration said, because by the way, the deal wouldn't have even gotten a vote in the Democrat controlled Congress. It was so unpopular. So in order to get this moving, President Biden said, well, look, we'll go into the old deal and then we'll have a longer, stronger deal. Congress Democrat control Congress didn't even believe the president. So in the last year, they passed a bill that requires that the negotiating teams submit what they're talking about to Congress. Biden's ignoring all of it. The White House is ignoring all those whatever they want. Yeah, and what we understand about this deal is that it relieves they've been relieving a lot of sanctions on Iran, but they basically really the rest of them. They take sanctions off of all these terrorists, including the people responsible for the bombing and the Jewish community, 30 years ago in Argentina. They actually may even take the revolutionary guard off the terrorist list. The IRG, right? That was led by Soleimani. And so what will happen? If this deal passes, we're going to see more terrorism from Iran. We will see Iran kidnap more Americans. We're going to see the Middle East at the first moment where we actually have peace in a generation inflamed again with Iranian
Ukrainians flee some besieged cities as conditions worsen
"Adding to the documentarian conditions Ukrainian space concerns about the safety of the Chernobyl plant in Ukraine which Russian forces seized last week Chernobyl's the side of the world's worst nuclear accident in nineteen eighty six Chernobyl's cranium grid operator citing the national nuclear regulator Sisko's images are without power I think the diesel generators have fuel just for forty eight hours without power a spokesperson says the parameters of nuclear and radiation safety cannot be controlled however the Vienna based international atomic energy agency says that while the development violates a key safety pin up on insuring uninterrupted power supply it sees no critical impact on safety I'm Charles the last month
Why Is Biden Slow to Sanction Russian Oil?
"You've been doing yeoman's work, and I appreciate how much you're trying to keep us informed. You got a couple of questions for you right off the bat though. The president will not sanction Russian oil. There are only three explanations. Green fanaticism on climate change. I don't think that's it because they actually like higher oil prices. Fear of political red wave or Russia's role in Vienna. And Russia is mediating our quote deal, our collapse. Is that why we're not sanctioning Russian oil? Yep, bingo. I mean, that's the third one I think is a big part of it. I mean, one is I think the administration is still trying to figure out, okay, what can we do to sanction Russian oil without adding to the increase in gas prices to Americans? Any other is what you said. And by the way, there's a collateral and ancillary to the thing about the deal with Iran and that is that if you look sanctions, that means there will be Iranian oil entering the marketplace. And something to keep an eye on here is I think that the Russians have an economic incentive at this moment to sort of delay that deal. Because Russian oil is already being sold at a discount in the market given how difficult it is to transact business and payment to them right now. So the last thing they want is to see oil prices go down because suddenly there's a new supplier in the marketplace.
Biden's Nuclear Negotiator Robert Malley Weighs Lifting Iran Sanctions
"Andrew we got. I mean, there is this negotiation that's happening. I mean, we touched on it before, but there is basically Robert malley, who is the U.S. special envoy to Iran, is currently in Vienna, and apparently the negotiation is going so poorly about the. So he negotiated the JCPOA in 2015. So he is the guy that basically was responsible for the document that Trump came in ripped up and got the United States out of the Iran nuclear deal, right? It was an unbelievably bad dude. Yeah, it was an unbelievably bad deal. Well, guess what? He's at it again. So when we talk about our elites failing us, when we talk about how America deserves better, at least, at least we like to think we deserve better elites. He's at it again and he's in Vienna and basically there's a substack from Melanie Phillips. She published it 21 hours ago. She basically says that it's going so poorly that she was, you know, she felt obligated to write this and that she had permission from some people on the ground. This is all happening while we're worried about Putin launching nuclear weapons. Like, oh, let's go give another authoritarian nuclear weapons in the Middle East. Yeah. And so she highlights a Twitter thread from Gabrielle norona that says one, my former career at the State Department NSC and EU colleagues are so concerned with the concessions being made by rob malley in Vienna that they've allowed me to publish some details of the coming deal in hopes that Congress will act to stop capitulation. What's happening in Vienna is a total disaster, one warned, the entire negotiations have been filtered and essentially run by Russian diplomat, Mikhail ulyanov, the concessions and other misguided policies have led three members of the U.S. negotiating team to leave. They're basically stripping away different sanctions of all of these leaders within Iran, including the Iranian military that has murdered people all around the world, apparently, according to this thread, we're about to be not only in a geopolitical cluster in eastern Ukraine and Russia, but we're also going to have Taiwan coming on board. And now we've got basically JCPOA number two. So
Malley Allowing Sanctions to Be Lifted Over Terrorists in Iran Deal
"He goes on These people have told him what's happening in Vienna is a total disaster one warned The entire negotiations had been filtered and essentially run by the Russians Russian diplomat Mikhail yola nav The concessions and other misguided policies have led three members of the U.S. negotiating team to leave In other words to resign This is a long and technical threat he says but here's what you should know The deal being negotiating at Vienna is dangerous to our own national security It is illegal It is a legitimate and in no way serves U.S. interests in either the short or long term Here's why Led by Robert malley that's the name The U.S. has promised to lift sanctions on some of the regime's worst terrorists and torturers Leading officials in the regimes weapons of mass destruction infrastructure and is currently trying to lift sanctions on the Republican guard itself He said now let's dive in first Biden's team is preparing to rescind the supreme leader's office executive order as soon as this coming Monday It lifts sanctions on nearly every one of the 112 people in entity sanctioned under it even if their sanctioned under other legal authorities We sanctioned some of the worst people you can possibly imagine under this authority Like motion razor who was involved in the 1994 AMI a bombing that killed 85 people in Argentina He'll be able to live free of sanctions next week if Robert malley proceeds
New York Sun: New Iran Deal Under Biden Features Larger Capitulation
"And as they point out then you have this is shaping up as an even larger capitulation to Iran Then the original appeasement that was struck in 2015 And they could sign this deal as early as next Monday in Vienna As early as next money in Vienna without Congress's approval Without Congress's involvement in violation of federal law and of course the whole thing is in violation of the constitution This is a big deal
We Can't Stop Russia by Cutting Deals With Iran
"You're a longtime friend, secretary Pompeo was on yesterday denouncing the fact that we're back in negotiations with the Iranians through Russian proxies. There were Russians at the table speaking on our behalf in Vienna yesterday. Does anyone in the Senate on the other side raise a voice about this? We got to cut them out of everything. And we can't do a deal with the Iranians. Talk about projecting weakness. That would be the ultimate in projecting weakness. It's just another example of why Putin probably thinks he can get away with this in the long run. If we're cutting them off from European airspace and taking their soccer clubs and seasoning their yachts and sanctioning some of their banks, yet we'll sit down with them at the negotiating table at Vienna to try to get a terrible nuclear deal with Iran. He knows that Joe Biden is not serious about fighting this fight for the long run. Just like we've isolated Vladimir Putin, so many other ways. We should not be negotiating a dangerous nuclear deal with his aid with Iran.
Sanctions Can Work... If You Enforce Them
"Sanctions can work. But you've got to actually enforce them. And no one's ever willing to enforce them. I mean, think about the years and years, the decades that we've had sanctions on North Korea, and the guys, you know, building all kinds of nuclear weapons to take us out. So driving around in fancy cars and living the high life, while those people starve. So sanctions often have the unintended effect of hurting the people while just, you know, enabling these horrendous leaders to continue their dictatorships. The reason for that is and I would argue because I don't want any lives being lost. I'm a big believer and you lose dollars before you lose any lives. So before we commit military members, you ought to be thinking hard about how you can enforce those sanctions and guess what that means. That means actually holding China accountable. The rest of the world accountable for good to say. This takes the cake. Do you know that we're still allegedly going forward with this nuclear talks with Iran? Oh, and they're very hopeful. About these nuclear talks with Iran, but it turns out that the other ambassadors at the table there in Vienna next week are going to be the Russians. So we're relying on the Russians to help negotiate a deal with Iran. I mean, you can not make it up. Okay, people at some point, you just got to take a stand. And it's time to take a stand right now. And again, in the interest of avoiding any kind of military conflict, this is why we want those sanctions enforced, and so the answer is, guess what? We're not doing business. We're the world's biggest economy. You know, that carries some weight. We're the biggest economy in the world, and you're not doing any business with us. If you're doing business with them, meaning the Russians, meaning Vladimir Putin to pick your sides, but if we find out that that little country over there in Timbuktu is doing business with China, which is doing business with Russia, then you're out of here,
Jim Hanson and Jack Posobiec Talk Freedom Conveys Sweeping the Globe
"We are joined by the ambassador of trucker Stan, the man himself Jack posobiec. Hey, brother, how you doing? Yes, it is honk master posto. I've come down from the great wilds of the north and really to tell you how this thing has spread like a Prairie fire across the entire northern tier of this border, we're also now getting reports through telegram and getter and just all the different chats out there that there are freedom convoys now going across Europe, specifically we're talking about in Vienna, the actual liberation of Vienna in this Brussels in Belgium, and then even in France, they've called it the combo de la liberte, is now amassing outsiders. Those sound great, the convoy de la lique is amassing outside of Paris. President Macron has deployed armed police vehicles, armored police vehicles, the riot squad right controls to try to block them from coming into Paris so it really looks that this weekend is going to be an inflection point, not just Ottawa, not just that ambassador bridge, not just Edmonton coming up towards Calgary and Alberta and then Manitoba as well all across the Canadian border. You're now seeing this in Europe. I'm getting reports of Romania, New Zealand. This is coming in all over the place.
French convoys protesting virus rules move toward Paris
"French protesters angry over a pandemic restrictions and other pools is a driving toward Paris it's scattered convoys of campervans calls and trucks to blockade the French capital despite the police bomb the protesters have organized online galvanized in part by truckers who've located kind of this capital research region authorities have already deployed more than several thousand police told blues and other key sites to try to prevent a blockade some of the fringe groups threatening to continue their journey to Brussels the capital of the E. U. I'm to meet up there with drivers from other countries on Monday Belgium authorities to have bound the proposed blockade that a similar convoy intended for Friday in Vienna has been canceled I'm Charles Taylor that's not
"vienna" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Of English language publicum It is very important that the Vienna philharmonic faith is concert every year But more important even today because the world is in a very difficult situation as we all know And what you see today what you see so many musicians becoming one one community a group of people who think similarly and feel the same I think should be the example The COVID is not just a medical catastrophe It is a human catastrophe It is a catastrophe that tries to bring all of us away from each other And I think we should all if I may say so we should all take the example of this wonderful and unique community not only of great musicians that we all know But they feel this communal way of dealing with this terrible virus I think for me in any case it is a big big inspiration to have been here today and to play this program with a beautiful morning for all of you over the world Let's take this example of humanity and deal with it also in our daily life Thank you very much Johann Strauss soon Anderson and brown do now On the beautiful.
"vienna" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Mourning papers by Johann Strauss junior our final salute to journalists is little chronicle by Johann's younger brother edouard Strauss Daniel barenboim conducts the Vienna philharmonic Little chronicle by edberg.
"vienna" Discussed on Dateable Podcast
"I would cry. It was like a surrender of like, oh my gosh, like you get it, you see me, and now I can let go of the need to prove anything right now. And so, you know, again, I know that we're not always in those moments or sometimes conflict gets us to a place where we are both very upset but I remember the first time that that happened early on in our relationship and just thinking like, oh my gosh. Yeah, like you're actually moving me out of a shame spiral by being able to stay grounded in the space. Because the moment that you continue on is the moment that more of the shame enters in. You double down, you triple down. Now I'm like I'm proving my point and I'm really proving my point. Finally proving my point. And then you're like, what was my point? What was my point and you're just like, oh my gosh this is awful and gross and, you know, and you get into that space and it was like such a profound thing to have someone love me so much in that moment to say like, I'm not gonna go with you there. I'm right here. I see you. I understand what's happening because we've had those conversations. I'm going to stand firm in this, and I'm going to love you through it. And it was such a surrendering experience, like the armor would come off and yeah, I could drop it then answer one really, really brief. It also was very helpful for us to label and give a name to the dysfunctional versions of us that would show up in conflict. So you've probably heard us say it, but like Vienna's was the point prover and mine was the jackhammer, right? And so that was also helpful because we could then identify it's like, oh, she's really in the point proof of right now. She's really trying to it's like, okay, I can hold space for this because I know I know where she's coming from or when I would go into this jackhammer space. Sometimes she would just say, she'd be like, you're jackhammering right now. You know, she just look at me and be like, the jackhammer. I'd be like, yeah. I am able to it. And yeah, so just put a label to that part. And that can be a fun exploration as well. Fun. Quick question. Do you two see a therapist, individually? Individual. Okay. So, okay. And then my other question. My other question is, so it is enlightening to hear this conversation from the both of you, but not every relationship can be who you two are with your backgrounds, right? So in, I guess these relationships where our listeners are listening to. I feel like one person has to lead the way to talk about conflict and how to cope with conflict. So in.
"vienna" Discussed on Dateable Podcast
"And even though there had been time and space between it, I think there was still a part that wondered or thought maybe this person would reenter into my world. Yeah, there was a tenderness there, right? It was like this person had reentered another relationship and Connor was actually coming off of a relationship. And so it was interesting because it was a very there was familiarity to for me in my experience of it. There was familiarity and like, oh, this is really tender and raw. I've been in the situation before where a person can change their mind and go back into a dynamic that they had before. And as Connor was exiting this relationship, for me, there was a sensitivity there. I was like, oh, this is either like my wounding or this is going to be such a beautiful healing opportunity for me. You know, that line is so thin. And it's so heart right. It's like wisdom and discernment and yeah, like our awareness and our ability to have these conversations with each other is oftentimes that difference maker between just being in a pattern versus being in the healing of something that gives us that new ending. I'm grateful that, of course, where our relationship developed into was the healing for me, but there were times in the beginning stages where Connor was definitely pulling me back off the edge a bit because I was like, you know, I know this, you know? This is so familiar for me. And I definitely don't want to experience the same thing over and over and over again. And so yeah, there was definitely a Ron is there even though there had been a lot more space between the ending of my previous relationship than for Connor. So there was this fear of history repeating itself that he was would potentially get back with an ex-girlfriend? Is that kind of what was showing up for you? Yeah, I wasn't sure. That I was going to go back. No, I didn't know that, yeah, I don't know that I was concerned about that. But I think just sort of like you're full availability, right? Got it. Got it. It's like a normal question, right? It's like if somebody's coming out of a relationship, how much time do you normally need after that relationship? Because it was, you know, it was a more long-term relationship that I had done that I had exited. And so there was apprehension on her part. I see. And that makes sense, right? I think that's even if you haven't gotten out of relationship recently. We're constantly wondering how ready and other person is. And sometimes we just don't know. So something you said earlier Connor that made me think, well, that's so true with love comes logistics. So what do you think is the chicken or the egg here?.
"vienna" Discussed on Dateable Podcast
"Com. Okay. Let's get into it with Connor and Vienna. So what is a healthy relationship? I think all I learned these days is that your relationship is really informed by your childhood and your upbringing. So if you know that your upbringing did not give you the best example of a healthy relationship, how do we know what a healthy relationship is? So this is why we're having this discussion with Conor beaten and Vienna fair and who you have been studying this. And can give us examples of what a healthy relationship is. But who are they? They're both in their mid 30s, curly live in New York, Vienna's from New York and Connors from Canada and they're married and they just had a baby boy. Congratulations. And welcome back Connor. We had him on for a very popular episode called socially distant yet emotionally available, how a season 12 episode won. And we're so happy to have you with your other half here. Vienna. Welcome Vienna to our show. Thank you excited to be here. Senator jam out with this one. You two are so cozy. It's so funny. I'm in New York right now and it just rained this morning. So it just feels very cozy right now. It's so great that we're in the same city 'cause I feel the vibe already. Vienna is a licensed marriage and family therapist in New York and the founder of mindful MFT, which stands for marriage family therapy, right? You got it? Yeah, okay. NFT, and there's MFT. I much prefer MFT. And personally, just for me, I'm going to fan girl out. I've been reading your studies for so long and following your content. And my friend Emily and I discuss your content all the time. So it's just blushing because I'm like, wow, I get to talk to Vienna today. I'm going to give my shout out to my friend Emily, who's going to freak out because I'm going to call her right after this. That's awesome. And hi, Emily. Excited. Oh, she's gonna freak out. That touches me. I love to hear that people, yeah, like read the content.
"vienna" Discussed on Unorthodox
"Night. Sunday Thanksgiving. I can show you a couple of teasers a matter of fact. Since I am the solitary drinker, I name the toast. I toast to a deep and abiding friendship that begins on this day. You're here..
"vienna" Discussed on Unorthodox
"How they met. And what their vulnerabilities were, that they shared both they loved each other in the sense of their passion for the unconscious psyche. These guys were revolutionaries in the sense that they unraveled the mysteries of the site. They really were the first to do that. And it had to do with dreams. Took issue with Freud or feeling that sex was the basis of everything in terms of the libido and the main reason that they were drawn together, I think was because they assuaged one another's loneliness, both men were actually very complicated vulnerable loners. Freud talks about the fact that he didn't really have any good friends, so does she. That's what they shared that almost immediately. Young had difficulty establishing relationships with men because when he was 18 years old, he was sexually molested by an older man or friend of their families. And they share these experiences together. We find out that Freud had a problem, urinating in his trousers. He was incontinent. He revealed this to him, and took him to a dream and as a result, pure dream of that problem. The real issue that was the breaking point, however, was anti semitism. Jung had taken over a psychiatric society in Zürich. It was very much during anxious when the Nazis came into Vienna. And he never really said negative things at the time to suit Freud's satisfaction about Judaism. And later he wrote that he felt that the Jews were inferior, that they were not because that's just they were born. Not their fault. They were born there. And he threat to great issue with this. And accused him of being an anti semite, and that was the reason that they broke up, ultimately. It ended their friendship for good. If forever, 27 years, after they broke up, killing correspondent tried to correspond with Freud because he was in he was an opt for doing something and he knew it was going to be there and he sent him a telegram to wish him well, tell him it never arrived. He was somebody forgot to send it and it was so they never know they never reconciled. And he writes about his desire in his need and his want is he wanted to reconcile. He wanted he loved for it. I mean, they were great friends. They had tremendous bond. So not to put you on the couch or anything, but when you prepare to step into the shoes of Carl Gustav Jung and you're there with your dear Jewish friend Harris Helen. And you need to get to the point of embodying this at these semitic sentiment that broke up this spectacular relationship between these two men. How do you do it? How do you undo it? I mean, it's like, I don't know. I mean, it's something that to get. By the way, I must tell you that I did an ancestry dot com and I found out that I am one third Jewish myself. We welcome you with open arms. Thank you so much. You know, for many years, I do a mutual dear friend of Harrison Tony Greenberg. He passed away prematurely tragically. But we were very close. We love Tony and he had wonderful Jewish friends that were very prominent in Los Angeles. He was a wonderful architect. And I was the only one at the time that they didn't know the only gentile who was invited to these memorial dinners that we would have once a year after Tony passed away. And I only discovered recently that I wasn't the golden boy. You know, there was a portion. The fraction to me was of the tribe. Which I assume makes playing this man with anti semitic convictions even more challenging. So what do you do? How do you get this ancient hatred bubbling in you? What's the book process here? The thing is this he'll never never acknowledge he never admitted it. Open. I mean, he thought, and he was challenged about it. He was and even today he's, you know, historically he's challenged, but he always denied it. He was in denial, the whole time. No, that's ridiculous. You know, I'm not an anti semite. Stacy Keach, the legendary actor, we are so honored to have had you on the show. Oh, it's a great to be here. Thank you so much. I'm just sorry Harris couldn't join us, but if you want to see us together, join us on Sunday.
"vienna" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist
"The urbanist, the show all about the cities we live in. The garden Bao kino in Vienna is Austria's main cinema hall. It's just undergone a €3.3 million revamp and with its iconic New York style marquee and enduring 1960s interiors is used for large scale film premiers and high profile retrospectives which have attracted some of the great names in Austrian and world cinema from David Lynch to Martin Scorsese. Monocles Alexi karolyi of in Vienna brings us this week's tall story. 99 guten abbot. Liberal in the Libyan dinan gastein, colleague. You can also stop holding the applause. The annual vena film festival opened last week with a gulli night at the darkened alkene. It's home and headquarters for nearly 50 years. Both are incredibly important to Vienna. The festival, because it brings a bit of internationalism to a city that is still a little too parochial compared to other European capitals. The cinema because it's an institution and it stands for cinema culture that is pretty much died out ever since that was left to die, literally left to die. The gotten Bao kino or simply gotten bow was opened in 1960. At a time when dozens of cinemas were being built across Vienna, to cater for a growing demand for entertainment. It was a big favorite pastime in the early 1950s and they were like 200 30 cinemas in Vienna in operation. And there's very few of them still kept like they were. Tom Cole is a graphic designer and historian. His latest book, mid century Vienna, shines a light on the largely neglected architecture of their period. The garden volcanos are completely different story because it was designed by an architect robot kotas who was famous for Viennese cinemas who built or remodeled around 40 cinemas in Vienna at this time. And he was a cinema fan a movie fan, but also a very technical person. He was very interested in all the technical innovations. So he combined this attempt to create a movie experience when you enter the cinema, which can be experienced when you go to cotton parkina with the four year and then you go down and you come to another room before you enter the actual cinema. So this was a time when cinemas were designed to give you an channel experience that started from buying tickets to having a time before you start to go to the film or to the movie hall. So this is, I think something that's gone or very, very minimized in today's cinemas. The garden bar was always intended as Austria's main cinema. The site of grand premiers and a showcase of the best of film technology and interior design. It was the first Austrian cinema to be able to play large former 70 millimeter films, and is still the country's biggest single screen auditorium. My name is Norman schettler, and I am the managing director of the garden volcano in Vienna, Austria. The intention was always to have a major representative glowing cinema here for all the big premieres. So it was meant to be sort of also a focus of maybe societal life at the time. But as cinema was, and always has been and still is thankfully it was also meant for just regular people to come. There's a lot of big theaters built in around that time. There were really big places. I mean, even bigger than gotten volcano. And this is at a time when Hollywood went really big and they started inventing new techniques to distinguish them more from television, television came up in the 50s, of course, in the states, and they had to think, okay, what can we do? We have to make things bigger and louder and stronger and more unique, I guess. And this theater was built specifically with that in mind, but they were comparable theaters that were built by the same architect, which have all since been turned into supermarkets or multiplexes. And this is the last of its kind. This, for some reason, went relatively unscathed over the decades. Yada is a there's a on account of its historical artistic and cultural significance, the garden bar was finally given listed status in 2018. And so, even though Norman shetler disagrees, I would never say yes to that. It will remain a Beacon of cinema culture in Austria for some time to come. For Monica, in Vienna, I'm.
"vienna" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany
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"vienna" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany
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"vienna" Discussed on Parenting Roundabout
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