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Fresh update on "wales" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:34 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "wales" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Proud sponsor of WTO's charity of the month. This is WTO P news. At one 36, the royals arrive in Boston. The prince and Princess of Wales also known as William and Catherine met with the city's mayor and then told a crowd waiting in The Rain outside of city hall that they're delighted to bring their earthshot climate awards event to Boston. Prince William said he was inspired by president Kennedy's moonshot initiative in the 1960s that put a man in the moon, and he wants the same for climate change innovation. The royal couple also attended a Boston Celtics game, and on Thursday we'll visit a climate change startup incubator ahead of the earthshot awards event on Friday. Ben Tracy, CBS News, Boston. More than ten months after a student shot another at magruder high school locally parents say the school system has acknowledged that mistakes were made during the emergency. The magruder community held a two hour meeting where parent Kim Glassman says officials conceded missteps in lockdown safety protocols. They had told us initially that

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UK royals traveling to Boston with eye on environment prize

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 20 hrs ago

UK royals traveling to Boston with eye on environment prize

"The prince and Princess of Wales are making their first overseas trip since the death of Queen Elizabeth II in September. The troops and occasion that Prince William and his wife, Kate, to show the world as much about who they are not, as who they are, with their three day visits to Boston, a couple hope to demonstrate that they aren't the last remnants of a dying institution their foray is focused on Williams initiative to find at the next generation of environmental entrepreneurs and will be supplemented with trips to an anti poverty program, child development researchers and local flood defenses. I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Fresh update on "wales" discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

00:43 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "wales" discussed on ESPN FC

"A game management in the second half, which is something that was a his bread and butter and work of qualifying. All right, to that point, the criticisms of him and World Cup qualifying were starting lineups. I think we're safe to say he nailed those throughout the group face to your point about whales. I'll take the second half didn't go well and that it's a tactical adjustment from the other coach that kind of gives his team Wales, rob page, the advantage. However, something I've learned from rumi, as you know, with NATO maneuver. He says, every game has an ebb and flow, and there's a point where both teams will be on the front foot. That's just football. Okay. So I'm not as worried in the context of 6 halves about one half where the other team was on the floor. What about a critical moment, which essentially knock out game? You're saying the Iran game? Yes. Your criticism is that he dropped them into a shell too early. At all. Did it work? I mean, they held onto the shutout. They held onto the clean sheet. They won the advanced. He put on guys to hold onto a lead, did they hold onto that lead? Your doctor got a tactic now. That's a tactic for you. I'm sorry. Teams don't try to hold on to it worked. It worked. You don't need to hold on to a lead. You criticize it. You're criticizing the results. It's results. And what happened? He set out for zero zero and the result was not a zero zero. It was a two zero, but he could have been a one one. Put a shot at what it could have showed a wood. It wasn't. It wasn't. What coaching is about, you have to learn how many big saves did Turner have to make while they were getting shelled, as you say. How many? Remind me. So that worked. Yes, it worked out. So Cameron Carter breakers put in his hand over the opponent and they're not being a PK and it being reviewed is okay for yeah, because for officials. And just absorbing pressure. Yes, you have good for you. That was going to be the right sub was good for you. The leaving Gio Reina out was good for you. I'm just trying to get this right. The things that that was good for you. I'm giving you an a month. No, no. That was good for you. I'm going to tell you why I gave him a name. Say yes or no. Was it good for you? What? You mentioned 13 things. The line of 5 had you right on, Christian, excuse me. And Giovanni Reina, not on. That was good for me, because it worked, because it worked. I'm giving him an a minus, okay? Obviously, there's not even a plus. No, I'll tell you why. I'm giving him a name. And it worked, given an a plus. I'll tell you why I'm giving him an a minus. You don't need to tell me. Gio Reina, the Gio Reina handling of that. The because we can blame Eric we know all we want. You've blamed it very well. But I think he deserves blame. He is largely culpable for this. Okay. Do you disagree? I think it's very unnecessary. Yes. Okay. But it all starts with Greg berhalter and the inconsistencies there in the press conference. So for that, I have to give him, I have to dock him some points. But I got to look at this. He's had not just he's not just gotten the team to advance. So that means they got good results. Right. They've played well for we'll give them 5 of the 6 half, right? Yeah. And maybe even looked better than the opposition and that opposition includes one of the tournament favorites England, right? You said that. So I give him lots of credit for that. And I also think we have to acknowledge what he's done with what he has. Because this is, as you put it very many times, the most talented generation of American players. Finally got him to look like it. But there are some deficiencies in this group, right? There are some deficiencies in this group. There's not a true number 9. Okay. And so he's navigated this group phase. There were huge questions about the back line. He found the right four and then when he needed to make one change, he made a very brave decision in CCV. Okay. Okay. And that worked out. Keep going. So he's made big decisions with the young team, the second youngest here. And I have to give him tons of credit herc. As big a mistake as the geo thing is, I think he gets equal points for the handling of the Iran situation. The build up to it, the press conference, and most importantly, what he acknowledged, which he told the guys and he told us he was going to tell the guys. Look back at 98. There's an emotional charge to this game, and if you don't match it, we will lose. And he got the guys as I said last night, to match it without going over the line. The U.S. played great to start that game, and they sent a message to Iran that says, whatever emotional edge you think you have today, you don't. And I think a lot of that credit goes to the coach. Okay. That's why he gets the only thing I can really truly pick out is geo. Handling of the gym. The only negative for you is geo. Let me just ask you one thing. You're trying to tell me you didn't see anything wrong with the golden generation. The worst game they've looked was what? Well, second half? Whales, yes. Below average program and coach. For the world, what if you wake up? Let me finish, made one tactical change and made you look the worst of them all. Again, including England and that's not a negative for you. There are ebbs and no no games. There are ebbs and flows. Go back to your source and ask him if that's something you should talk points for. What? For 45 minutes out of 270 change made you look a change through your team off? You're being very nitpicky. This is when we get paid for. A B plus. For 7 for undefeated advancing out of the group. That's not a miss handling for you. The second half of the game? No? We don't give rob page credit. He's not a valid manager, Wales isn't a valid team. Sans souci, please protect the incredible. So it's just luck that they got through that. Just no, that's what you're saying. No. How is that just luck? According to you, it is. I mean, you just said it, folks. I can't help him. I can't help him. Rewind the tape literally. And.

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Prince William focuses U.S. trip on climate amid Harry row

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 d ago

Prince William focuses U.S. trip on climate amid Harry row

"Prince William and the Princess of Wales are heading to the U.S. to focus on their earthshot prize for environmental innovators on their first visit to the U.S. in 8 years the royal couple will most likely get caught up in tensions with prince Harry and his wife, Meghan, who have criticized Britain's royal family in the American media, William and his wife Catherine will travel to Boston for three days of public engagements before announcing the prize winners as much as the royals will try to focus on the prize, they're likely to be asked questions about Harry and Meghan, who appeared on Oprah, accusing the royal family of racism among other things, unless believe their trip is a good opportunity to redress the balance. Karen Chammas, London

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Fresh update on "wales" discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 20 hrs ago

Fresh update on "wales" discussed on AP News Radio

" The prince and Princess of Wales are making their first overseas trip since the death of Queen Elizabeth II in September. The troops and occasion that Prince William and his wife, Kate, to show the world as much about who they are not, as who they are, with their three day visits to Boston, a couple hope to demonstrate that they aren't the last remnants of a dying institution their foray is focused on Williams initiative to find at the next generation of environmental entrepreneurs and will be supplemented with trips to an anti poverty program, child development researchers and local flood defenses. I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Ethereum Whales Add $1 Billion in $ETH in a Single Day As ‘Rapid’ Accumulation Continues

CryptoGlobe

00:36 sec | Last week

Ethereum Whales Add $1 Billion in $ETH in a Single Day As ‘Rapid’ Accumulation Continues

"1 a.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022. Ethereum Wales add $1 billion in dollar ETH in a single day as rapid, accumulation continues. The largest whales on the Ethereum ETH network have added over 1 billion worth of the second largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization in a single day as they continue rapidly accumulating the cryptocurrency after its price dropped significantly. According to on chain analytics firm sentiment, wheels with between 10,001 million ETH have added a total

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Uncertainty Amongst Whales and Old Hands

Glassnode

00:20 sec | Last week

Uncertainty Amongst Whales and Old Hands

"12 p.m. Monday, November 21st, 2022 uncertainty amongst whales and old hands in the wake of the FTX fallout, we explore the developing trends in unchanged data, which suggest that the confidence and financial position of Wales and Bitcoin old hands have been shaken by the event.

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AP Sports SummaryBrief at 3:00 a.m. EST

AP News Radio

00:59 min | Last week

AP Sports SummaryBrief at 3:00 a.m. EST

"AP sports I'm Josh rowntree the U.S. began its World Cup group action Monday playing to a one one draw with Wales Tim wea opened the scoring for the Americans which next play England on Friday On Monday Night Football in Mexico City the forty-niners rolled over Arizona 38 to ten Jimmy Garoppolo had 228 passing yards and four touchdowns San Francisco is now 6 and four Colt McCoy and trace mcsorley played quarterback for injured Kyler Murray They combined for 247 yards and two picks for four and 7 Arizona In the NBA the bucks beat the heat one 19 and one 11 behind Yanis and 37 points on the ice the bruins got by the lightning 5 three It was a historic night for Ford Patrice bergeron who picked up his 1000th career point with an assist And in college football Virginia has canceled Saturday's game a second straight This time against Virginia tech in the wake of the shooting deaths of three of the team's players I'm Josh Valtteri AP sports

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Bale salvages 1-1 draw for Wales against US in World Cup

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last week

Bale salvages 1-1 draw for Wales against US in World Cup

"The United States allows a late goal and plays to a one one draw with Wales Tim we open the scoring for the U.S. and the 36 minute taking a through ball from Christian Pulisic and Tapping it in with the outside of his right foot The USA dominated the opening 45 minutes but Wales found life in the second half Gareth Bale drew a penalty from walker Zimmerman and scored the equalizer on a penalty kick in the 82nd minute Tim ream in Weston mckenney all received yellow cards as the United States settled for one point The U.S. next square is off with Group B leader in England on Friday I'm Denny Capp

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Top US diplomat in Qatar for soccer, talks amid Iran tension

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last week

Top US diplomat in Qatar for soccer, talks amid Iran tension

"Secretary of State Anthony blinken a self acknowledged great mediocre soccer player himself will attend as America faces Wales at Ahmad bin Ali stadium blinken will also hold crucial diplomatic talks with authorities in gutter areas to be touched on are likely to include Iran's rapid advancement of its nuclear program and nationwide protests shaking the Islamic Republic to visit comes as part of a strategic dialog with gutter which also hosts some 8000 American troops at the Al udid air base of forward headquarters of the U.S. Military central command I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Biden urges US World Cup team to `let’s go shock ’em all'

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last week

Biden urges US World Cup team to `let’s go shock ’em all'

"President Joe Biden telephoned Friday night the American World Cup soccer team ahead of their opener against Wales urging them to let go shock them all It's this protest That's where it's coming from Coach Greg beholder said reading the phones call ID according to excerpts of a video of players listening to the call Coach put me in I'm going to play Biden began echoing John fogerty's 1985 song center field going on He said you guys I know you're the underdog but I'll tell you what man you got some of the best players in the world on your team and you're representing this country And I know you're going to play your hearts out So let's go shock them all And the players thanked Biden for his call made two days before Biden's HF birthday I'm Charles De Ledesma

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European teams abandon plan to wear armbands at World Cup

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last week

European teams abandon plan to wear armbands at World Cup

"The captains of 7 European nations won't wear armbands supporting the one love campaign in games after FIFA said the players would be shown yellow cards The decision comes three days after beer sales at stadiums was suddenly banned under pressure from the Qatari government and two days after the FIFA precedence extraordinary tirade defending the host nation's human rights record of a climb down after the FIFA threats came hours before the captains of the England Netherlands and Wales teams were due to wear the armbands in Monday's games I'm Charles De Ledesma

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The Statement of Our Time

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:18 min | 2 weeks ago

The Statement of Our Time

"The U.S. soccer team with the World Cup that they believe that men give birth? We'll talk more about that because that is the that is the statement of our time. Anything you need to know about the time in which we live. Is embodied in that statement that men give birth. United States men's national team has made a huge statement that the World Cup and cut her by redesigning their crest to incorporate the rainbow flag. In a bit to show solidarity with the LGBTQ+. What happened to IA? Is it an LGBTQIA+? Yes, sometimes it's there and sometimes it's not who knows. The tournament which starts on Sunday and sees the U.S. play their opener against Wales, let's go Wales. Let's go Wales. Has been hugely controversial in its build up given Qatar's human rights record and attitude to homosexuality. As recently as this month, a Qatar World Cup ambassador told the German TV broadcaster that homosexuality was damaged to the mind. And it remains illegal to be gay in the conservative Muslim country.

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Abortion clinic that opened days after Roe fell is inundated

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 3 weeks ago

Abortion clinic that opened days after Roe fell is inundated

"A new Planned Parenthood clinic in Kansas finds it as overwhelmed with demand from other states Just four days before a Kansas City Kansas abortion clinic opened its doors this past June the Supreme Court overturned roe versus wade The facility was planned as a place for women to get healthcare in a medically underserved working class neighborhood but now the clinic has been inundated with patients from other states that have restricted abortion like Missouri Arkansas Oklahoma Texas and Louisiana The three Planned Parenthood centers in Kansas say they are only able to take about ten to 15% of the patients seeking abortions Those turned away are advised to take appointments in Colorado or New Mexico if they can get one It can take two weeks to get an appointment for a day after pill thousands of patients likely aren't getting appointments at all Few predicted Kansas would take on this role although in August voters rejected an amendment that would have cleared the way for tougher restrictions Emily Wales the president of Planned Parenthood great plains says the ecosystem is not even fragile it's broken I'm Jennifer King

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Australian inquiry probes 40 years of gay hate killings

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last month

Australian inquiry probes 40 years of gay hate killings

"And inquiry examining hate crimes against LGBTQ+ people in the Australian state of New South Wales has began its first hearing Led by justice John sacker the special commission of inquiry would investigate unsolved deaths in New South Wales between 1970 and 2010 that are suspected to be hate crimes targeting the LGBTQ+ community Peter gray senior counsel assisting the inquiry is urging the public to come forward the special commission welcomes and particularly positively requests Any information which anyone may have Which might assist in the task of unraveling what really happened in all these cases Great ads It may be the last chance for the truth to emerge from the unsolved deaths I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Be a High Conviction Investor

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:18 min | 2 months ago

Be a High Conviction Investor

"The quote I took away from John gray, best investment advice he ever received, be a high conviction investor. When you see something, single-family housing, global logistics, the movement of everything online, you lean into that and that's when you have the best outcomes. Explain how you view high conviction investing. Well, that's a role that George Soros also had over the years too, which is if you have a really, really good idea and you really know what you're doing. Don't just then say asset allocate a little bit to it, really put fair amount of money into it because it's rare that a great idea has come along. When you have a great idea and you're really a high conviction about it, put your assets into that. In the conversation, you just made me think of Michael Moritz, former journalist, partnered Sequoia from Wales, a Jew from Wales. You don't run into many of those. He said to you, we always thought it was rarely ever too late to get into a good investment. I think that's profound. You want to expand on that. Yeah, so if it's a good investment, you know, you may not be there on the ground floor, but there's still a good company. So sometimes his company Sequoia, which is the leading venture capital firm in the United States now, they come in not in the first round, necessarily or the seed round, but they come in the second and third or fourth round, but they're still getting in a good prices because it's a good company and good companies will ultimately get to a really good value.

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Charles III formally proclaimed king as sons reconcile

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

Charles III formally proclaimed king as sons reconcile

"King Charles the third has officially been proclaimed king of Britain in an accession ceremony as his sons William and Harry appear together in public Hours after the ceremony crowds cheered and called for Harry as the Duke of Sussex and his wife Meghan the Duchess of Sussex greeted the crowds at the castle alongside them was Harry's brother William the Prince of Wales and Princess Kate who also greeted the crowds as they arrived to view the sea of floral tributes left by the public in honor of the prince's grandmother It was the two couples first public appearance since the queen's death The princes and their wives were seen shaking hands and speaking with members of the public amid tribute to his grandmother on Twitter Prince William said the queen was by his side at his happiest moments but also during the saddest moments of his life William also said he knew the day would come but it will be some time before the reality of life without granny will truly feel real Karen Chammas London

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 UK watches to see if king departs from mother's traditions

AP News Radio

01:07 min | 2 months ago

UK watches to see if king departs from mother's traditions

"King Charles the third of Britain has been officially proclaimed king in the ceremony steeped in ancient tradition and for the first time broadcast live The Crown of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is solely and rightfully come to the Prince Charles Philip Arthur George On the balcony of Saint James's palace David weitz the garter king of arms read out the proclamation to the British public that Charles formerly the Prince of Wales had now officially become king Moments earlier within the palace King Charles the third took part in the accession ceremony I am deeply aware of this great inheritance and the duties and heavy responsibilities of sovereignty which have now passed to me Charles automatically became king when his mother Queen Elizabeth II died However the accession ceremony is a key constitutional and ceremonial step in introducing the new monarch to the country Karen Chammas

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'Animal Algorithms: Evolution and the Mysterious Origin of Ingenious'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:51 min | 4 months ago

'Animal Algorithms: Evolution and the Mysterious Origin of Ingenious'

"Many things in the book that amazed me. You talk about the Arctic turn of obviously a bird that engages in long distance navigation, manx, sheer waters. Some of the names of these birds are beautiful manx. Shear waters are sure birds that migrate between the east coast of South America and several small islands near Wales and Scotland where they breed and raise their young. Besides the long distance, there are several other notable aspects of sheer water migration. One is that the adults initiate their return flight to South America before the juvenile birds depart. So the young birds must make the journey without any guidance from the adults. This is not uncommon in bird migration and it means that the information defining the navigation route must be pre programmed. Again, that is just astonishing to me. Absolutely astonishing. Yeah, and that's one of the most amazing things about this that we really don't understand completely how this information is actually programmed into these animals, again, it is programmed, so that means presumably that means it's fast down genetically. So it must reside in the genome in some fashion, and then when the next generation of birds are born, they already know what direction to fly to their migration. And everything about that is hard to explain because it involves first of all information. What are the information you can come from? How does it get into the genome if that's where it's located? And then it's programmed into their brains.

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"wales" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:01 min | 5 months ago

"wales" Discussed on ESPN FC

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"wales" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:40 min | 5 months ago

"wales" Discussed on ESPN FC

"With your Manchester ways, rob, Gabrielle Jesus, arsenal, how close are you seeing to get this done? Yeah, I mean, that's pretty much done. City of accepted an offer of about 45 million pounds from arsenal. Personal service won't be a problem. I think it's probably already done anyway. It's something that will probably be announced very early next week. It's a good sign in my opinion, arsenal, a desperate for a striker. He scored goals at city. He's not been the main man ever at cities since he joined. He's had to compete with Sergio Agüero and a lot of other forward players. You know, you would assume that arsenal spending that money that he would go there and be the main man and it's a real test, whether he can do it, consistently in the Premier League and be that 20 plus goal, a season striker that arsenal and desperate for. Can he be that, Don? Yeah, you can. I like him me, Dan, I think. I think he's a terrific player with a brilliant attitude and can play anywhere else. We've seen that when he's been at man city under Guardiola, I think what he wants now is he wants game time. I think he wants to be the main man. I think he wants to put an arsenal shirt on every single week. Knowing that he's going to lead the line, get him in the 8 in yard box. I thought last season he looked incredibly sharp. I thought one of his best seasons last season even though I didn't get the game time when I seen him. I thought he looked really sharp. He looked at it, he was playing through the Middle East, attitude was good. He's quite sharp as well. He can take players on. And as I said, sometimes when you make a move down and you go to a new club and you think you're the man, like, hey Zeus is going to think we've all like talent playing in behind him and all the chances you'd like to think those young guys are going to create for him. If you can stick the stick to the width of the 8 in yard box and get himself central, I can imagine you'll get 20 goals next season. But what's striking there and Don kind of said that he didn't play maybe as much as he liked. He still played almost 50% of the available minutes and managed to city. He was still a key part of that jigsaw that saw them get all that success last season. Yeah, there's a lot of people out there. Oh, you know, I can set irregular. It's not easy. Again, it's setting at the moment. It's not easy. I mean, I know they didn't win the Champions League, but once again, I've won the Premier League. The other effectively, when you watch them and you look at the squad and the manager, the artifact, and people will argue with it. The best team in Europe, right? And a little bit of people who have a different opinion to that, but that's what I think. So if you can't get in regular and that team, it's doesn't mean you're a bad player. It just means it's Guardiola has decided to go a different way or use different players. But you're right. It did play when you play these code goals. It played in the way that possessions at times did a great job. I think what arsenal are getting is somebody who you wouldn't call a prolific goal scorer but will lead the line will run the channels will hold the ball up and it's done mention is attitude as false class. Whenever you watch Jesus play, it never leaves the field haven't given less than he's on. Never. Now, you might watch him symptoms and get frustrated because sometimes he tries to overdo things and over complicate it. But it never leaves you feel we're having fought and wrestled and given a 100%. So arsenal are getting some when they put that red shut on. It's committed. And if he can find his gold scoring touch again and get back into that mindset, I've been the main guy and through the medal in that center forward again, I don't really see a downside to it. I mean, you're standing in a player from arguably the best team in Europe, right? That's what you're saying in the play out. It's not a bad place to go fishing. Meanwhile, there's another Manchester City player you're heading to London as well. Reports, Chelsea very much interested in Raheem Sterling, rob. What's the latest here? Yeah, I mean, that's a very similar situation to the one we just had with Gabrielle in that he's got a year left.

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"wales" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:49 min | 5 months ago

"wales" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Okay, well, he has whales to stay in shape for for the next three months, right? So hopefully that'll motivate him for now. On the after on the back side of the World Cup, it's a different question, but you've got three three months again for him to play for a contract if he's not doing it then. You cut ties. I mean, there's the 2024 European Championships if he. He's only gonna be 34 when that tournament rolls around. I mean, this guy's only 32 years old right now. Let's not, let's not put him in the Chiellini range. I think guys, I can't believe anybody's trying to poo poo this move. I'm shocked. Well, nobody's trying to put Don you might as well have the night off now. Pull the plug out, Don. Not these try to put, I'll just say, you know, judge your killing, you want a European Championship a year ago. Gareth Bale and I've been a huge reporter has for the sake of repeating myself has been demotivated at Real Madrid. So what we're saying is what's the motivation for them apart from playing the World Cup for wheels because that's been part of this scenario for 12, 18 months now. Is it fair to ask how much motivation he needs to dominate or be a huge impact player at LAFC? Because he played what? 20 minutes between the two goals he scored against Austria and the he doesn't score the goal, but the free kick that leads to the goal against Ukraine that gets whales into the world. Copy played 20 minutes for Al Madrid between those two games and he's still the impact player international level, which I'm assuming all you guys would agree is ahead of MLS level. So this guy can be an impact player without being motivated without being motivated every week every day. I think at the level he's coming into with the skill set he's got at the age he's got with the reality that no one on that panel really knows how far off it he is. There's no risk. You know what worries me more? That Buffon at the front of your head. So jealous. You're so much as slim. Welcome to the show. Hey. Would you like to say anything? Well, I mean, I've heard I've heard all the chat about motivation. I don't think it's a Gareth Bale that needs motivated Wales is obviously motivation done and we set them many times in this show. It's not the motivation that the hunger still there for him. It's just his body starting to let him down. That's the problem. I mean, we chatted. Well, is a professional hunger to play every single game in train every single day, but sometimes we were saying we've got evidence of that over the last two years. He hasn't for Real Madrid. I know, and that was going to be my point when we would show them we were chatting about what happened with Carlo Ancelotti and what Carlo Ancelotti had to say three months ago when he got asked a question on Gareth Bale and enchilada he said on the grass on the Monday it's a no show because you can't train. It's the same on a Tuesday. It's the same on a Wednesday and a Thursday. It comes out in a Friday. He has a little tickle of the ball. He goes through his paces, does a little four V four little 5 V two rondo, I can't pick him on a Saturday. So the most important thing for Gareth Bale and I'm sure he's had the conversation with a coach manager is are they gonna be relaxed enough to accept that he can't get his body on the training ground every single day and if the coaches are happy with that like the wells manager rob pages, they're quite happy with you do you swim in, you do your bike, you do your rehab as long as you're ready for match day, that's the most important thing for Gareth Bale because you can't turn out from one night to Friday anymore. His body is starting to get a little bit older and it's starting to let him down. I think that's just a brilliant transfer for Bill. I do. Yeah. I mean, I do. I have no idea how to work out. But we don't know that all it will be. Will it be played against any of his teammates at home? I'm sure he will. Yeah, and for sure. I mean, it ends as well. Don't want to look at that grip. It's going to be too easy for him. But.

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"wales" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:16 min | 6 months ago

"wales" Discussed on ESPN FC

"But the agreement was shortly and this is because he's not only every coach dream, but I think every president deals because a dream because he was not very worried about the extension of the deal. As a comparison, Sergio Ramos was trying a big class contract like at least a two year deal and look at which is happy when you in year by year he didn't care that much about the money he already made a lot of money. So I think he's becoming one of the biggest selections in Real Madrid actually he has won 20 titles in a decade in ten years. He loves the game. He loves playing so I think it's a dream come true for supporters for the president and of course for cardozo. The Gemma's point about Real Madrid not usually hanging on to guys too long. And he's 36. Yeah, this is a real easy decision. This Florentino Perez just setting up boardroom 24/7 and hoping that killing him bap is going to walk through the door. Or hoping for another photo. And saying, or maybe some shipping is going to come along. But no, listen, I remember covering them when he was at Tottenham and he was a very good player. But not I never thought for a minute he would become even better. He has become a brilliant player. You know, a decade plus at Real Madrid, you know, has carried the car along with rockets for Croatia and others. And still doing it. But yeah, to have the career. And I think when he fosters commentary on Madrid, he wasn't exactly the apple of the eye of the funds. Which is not easy. A lot of players can crumble when that happens to you, but he didn't. And he's a little magician with the ball. I mean, you're right. It makes total sense because he's 36, but he's still fit. He can pass the ball from fun. He doesn't pick up too many injuries. Why wouldn't you sign him on another year? Is there some risk here? Stevie, not just with Modric, but with Casa mito and cross that they could lean on that trio too long. You could almost no? No risk course. Why not? Because you've got the same other players. You've already got cam of anger. It looks like it's going to be common. And in all honesty, if Modric never saying that a deal, I'll never play another game for the next 12 months. The fact is presence at the club and in the dressing room and around the training field is going to be absolutely incredible. Yes, we are going to have got to be speedy guys, but it got some we've got three or four really good young guys who potentially could be absolute superstars. And if I'm the coach, I want a guy that look a modic around the place. He'll talk to them. And you don't even have to it's not like you have to ask this guy to help. He'll just do it actually, so he'll do it on the field, you'll do it off the field, you bring the young guys along, it will still win you more trophies. Absolutely no brainer. Mario, how much longer can Real Madrid lean on this big three in the middle of the park? I mean, like I'm just, you know, picking up with all you guys said, you know, even with Gemma allied it, you know, what was the key things? His fitness man. He's so fit. When you see a player like that statue, being that fit, at that age, I'm actually happy that H doesn't become a key.

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"wales" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:52 min | 6 months ago

"wales" Discussed on ESPN FC

"You're fighting against something too big. And I think that could be the tournament. Well, as we saw in the highlights, Dutch side, excuse me, didn't have to deal with that much with that Gareth Bale today, came on late. However, he was the subject of quite a bit of discussion after angel Torres was the president of kataka had this to say. People might take it as a joke, but about 45, 50 minutes ago, I spoke to his representative, and they have offered him to us, okay? For more on this, let's welcome in Gemma soler. Gemma, give us the latest here because we're also hearing some reports that this is not true at all. So what can we believe here? Well said it was such a surprise that rumors yesterday that, you know, got it well has been linked to many themes from Uber and Chelsea to Cardiff any team. So today, it was a public act with the unveiling of his new T-shirt for the next season. And the president angel Perez said that. No, it's not only true. I've been offered him less than an hour ago. So reported asked, is he coming? He rejoining it, who is depending on that. And he said, it depends 50% on the kids. The kid meaning Galileo and 50% my opinion and the codes that was of course quite crazy, but as we know, got it bail wants to be fit for the World Cup. He lives in Madrid in one of the Porsche's neighborhoods in Spain in la finger. He has such an amazing home. So we said, okay, is this possible? We start thinking about head office economy. They are, of course, not playing in Europe next season. But they have sold three players recently and not sign anyone who could and olive ya but it looks difficult. They can make it to the salary, Gareth Bale would be trying to have. So we called his agent Jonathan Barnett and he was quite clear. He loved about that and he said, I don't even have the telephone number of angel Perez so this is impossible and it was some kind of joke. So my opinions have is that I think angel Perez was trying to sell more t-shirts for next season or just being on the news today in Spain and in the world. That would have been perfect though. Why? Why would you want to come back to England and it's horrible? It's called playing some. Is it just the championship or anywhere in England? Obviously, is here a beautiful home in Madrid, go and play for the local team. Golf membership. At the same golf clubs, most important thing. And keep fit. And it's nice weather. Living in Spain. What about the fact that they're 15th in the league? I think we've already gone over that. It's a joke. I've not been I'm not. Well, I mean, but it does have to be honest. No, no, I don't buy the championship because you get more chance you're going to championship in messing the World Cup. Because they'll kick lumps out you in that league, right? It's 46 games, of course he won't play anyone near that. But the plane shout out to our Sunday Tuesday Wayne. And it's physical. I don't think he wants to. I don't think he wants any piece of that, but he's gone in half to find something. But that would be perfect. Well, the taffy. Oh, perfect photo. Why? Well, because this is a guy who hasn't kicked a ball all season in the 20 minutes, some crazy old season. Hasn't played for three months, a proper game set one game he played for will's LNA. And so he's been on a training program. This kept him fit enough to have an influence for wheels every time he's played. So whatever he's been doing, he's been able to get away with it and then supply when he steps on the field for wheels. So why not make it easy for yourself? Why do you want to come back to England anyway? Then all the spotlight is going to be on you. Get yourself.

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"wales" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:52 min | 6 months ago

"wales" Discussed on ESPN FC

"So I finished this Czech Republic two Spain too. Let's just take a look then at how league a group two stands after the first round of all the second round results, in fact. Portal check republic on four points a piece Spain on two Switzerland at the bottom. With zero. For more on this, that's what come in, shall we, Gemma Salah, to the show. Jen might only mean to be negative. But I'm going to start off with a slightly negative question given what we were discussing on yesterday's show. Does anyone in Spain care about this game? Well, yeah. Yes, of course. Then it's Sunday. So we don't have leagues or any other thing anymore. So of course, in Spain, everyone Rafa Nadal in the 14th and then they were just paying there is a lot of criticism surrounding Enrique. He's not the most popular coach in Spain, probably. So they criticize a lot with the player she picked and it does on a great game and it's the second draw in a row they consider late goal against Portugal and today again they were Greek independent and I think that the main problem of this team, they are so vulnerable in defense. We saw it in that second goal and then we see a sort of possession 79%, but they don't they can not make any danger. They don't have a top scholar. So they don't have a killer there. And so they need to work better on improve the pressure because they are having so much trouble in that area. I think. What's the biggest frustration we need to send rigger? Who do the fans want in? Who is he not selecting? Well, one of the names was already put him in the list, but he had some problems with his foot. So he had to go. They asked more Real Madrid players. There's for Nacho. For example, he took care of a hull and a sensual this time, but not in the other games that they already played. And it has to do as well with the way they play. It's a very barter on a way of playing and not everyone in Spain like this and this kind of football. So there is criticizing in this. And I think for us paying the best news is that gavi is such an important player. The 17 year old is important at Barcelona. He's very important in Spain and Marco since he came from the bench and he was refreshing for that half an hour. So this would be the only good news for Spain and that late goal that gave them one point because if it would put them very complicated for next game in Switzerland. Gabby, of course, one of the highlights of Barcelona is it season and Barcelona have been hitting the headlines a lot over the last few days. Given their speculation and that link to Robert Lewandowski, well, this is what Jamie had ever said La Liga president had to say about it. They know what they have to do. Sell assets and earn more. Today they can not sign Lewandowski. General reports are hit back and said I would ask him to abstain from making comments like that. I don't know if he makes these statements voluntarily or involuntarily, but if he makes some voluntarily, it is a clear sign he wants to harm bars interest. Edward Romeo boss vice president of the department of finance doubling down on that saying, hey, that's the other way when barcelo is being driven to financial ruin. This man is co responsible for the situation that barcelo is going through. He said, amen to everything that went against barsa to ask responded saying we've already explained the situation in detail to mister Romeo, either he hasn't understood a thing or it's more profitable and populist to call out La Liga.

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"wales" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:56 min | 6 months ago

"wales" Discussed on ESPN FC

"He's young, he's somebody who I think would have a market. I think Chelsea know that they could get some money back for him. And he may even agree to take a step back and maybe sacrifice a little bit in terms of wages for more opportunity. But this would have to be down to him. Otherwise, some Chelsea's perspective, I think there's other players they would rather shift first. Timo Werner. So I've gone with a three here. And this is I think obviously the thing with Werner is I think Chelsea would probably happily move him on. The issue again, Werner is one of Chelsea's higher earners. They spend a lot of money on them. And he hasn't been that effective. You know, he certainly not for lack of effort, but the goals aren't there. And I think he's also had a bit of a rough time as you saw the other night with Germany. I think it's very difficult to shift them and I think from two horse perspective, rather than an unknown with Werner on the pitch, you know, you might not get finishing, but you know you're gonna get a shift. Hakim ziya. I'm going to hire with ziya so I've gone with a 6 here. The thing with the edge is his natural position is either in the hole or starting out on the wing and cutting inside. He's not going to play in the hole because mason mason mountains there. Starting out wide and coming inside, well, Chelsea don't play with wingers. So he's been there a while now. I think he's been generally being good when he has played, but the minutes have been hard to come by. Again, he's somebody I think, whether alone or whether more likely on loan or possibly permanent move. I think if he decides, you know, I want to get on the pitch, I want to contribute. I think he's somebody who could make a loan deal happen. And I think there definitely would be a market for.

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"wales" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:26 min | 6 months ago

"wales" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Season to that international level 5 goals in 13 appearances three assists as well was just the one goal. For real am a grid. How do you feel Don when you see that? Do you know I know Robert page quite well Dan and he's fortunate that he's got Gareth Bale because he only sees him once every couple of months when I heard Ancelotti doing interview a couple of weeks back and he talked about not picking Gareth Bale and big games and Ancelotti would said and rightly so he said well when I turn up for training on a Monday, Gareth Bale is not out in the grass on a Tuesday, he's not on the grass. He went Wednesday, he's swimming or he's on the bike Thursday he's not on the grass Friday as a little sort of 7 aside. I can't pick him. Where Robert page has got the luxury because he's a world class player for Wales, it can more or less say to Gareth Bale. Don't worry about training. Don't worry about me giving you a schedule. You tell me what you want to do. You tell the analysis guys and the coaching guys, what you want to do is it's swimming. Is it on the bike? Do you want to rest? Tell me when you feel ready to play close to 90 minutes. I think you've done 85 tonight. Tell me when we can get the best out of you because it's pointless training Gareth Bale every single day because he then won't be much fit or you won't sort of last 90 minutes, you'll take a knock and he won't be fit. So Robert page is a smart man and he's just putting it on the player, you say, listen, you tell me your experience, you know you want to play in the very biggest to games and what chances have we got with you getting to a World Cup. You tell us when you want to train. So he's got that luxury where Carlo Ancelotti hasn't. And I think he's using it quite well Robert page. It's really, really good man management. It's a completely different thing international football to club football. And Gareth Bale is not the fossil and won't be the last guy who won't be playing with these club team, but will play international football. International manages will always rely on the people that have produced for them. And that's why I gathered real number one is always planned. But number two, we can't get ourselves. It's unfortunate that the last two and a half three years may be Gareth Bale has made those questions his motives for playing in Madrid. And unfortunately, it's carried through no as far as as far as we're concerned to the international field. But Gareth Bale for what.

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Scotland, Wales to offer COVID vaccine to all children 5-11

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00:36 sec | 10 months ago

Scotland, Wales to offer COVID vaccine to all children 5-11

"Scotland and Wales all too often the vaccine to young children Scotland's government has confirmed it will roll out a coronavirus vaccine to all children aged five to eleven and wills is doing the same after accepting drafted by some scientists the countries so far the only two parts of the UK this it said they will offer vaccines to the end top five to eleven age group England and Northern Ireland currently officials to children under eleven who have medical conditions the mean that COS risk of complications from the coronavirus Charles Taylor this month London

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Travel curbs augur somber Christmas amid omicron uncertainty

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Travel curbs augur somber Christmas amid omicron uncertainty

"The the spread spread of of the the Omicron Omicron variant variant is is putting putting a a damper damper on on winter winter holiday holiday celebrations celebrations Christmas Christmas revellers revellers across across Europe Europe or or scaling scaling back back their their plans plans amid amid new new restrictions restrictions and and fears fears about about the the Omicron Omicron variant variant in in Denmark Denmark health health authorities authorities say say the the number number of of coronavirus coronavirus hospitalizations hospitalizations has has risen risen faster faster than than expected expected the the government government moved moved to to close close venues venues like like theaters theaters and and museums museums parks parks and and museums museums to to contain contain the the spread spread in in Germany Germany the the health health minister minister says says they're they're assuming assuming a a massive massive fifth fifth wave wave he he says says that that even even the the Omicron Omicron variants variants somewhat somewhat milder milder course course won't won't make make a a difference difference because because in in a a few few weeks weeks the the sheer sheer number number of of cases cases will will have have compensated compensated for for the the advantage advantage Britain Britain has has reported reported record record numbers numbers of of coronavirus coronavirus cases cases this this week week dealing dealing a a blow blow to to pubs pubs and and restaurants restaurants with with parties parties getting getting canceled canceled Scotland Scotland and and Wales Wales have have pledged pledged millions millions of of pounds pounds in in support support of of businesses businesses amid amid growing growing concerns concerns of of a a second second lost lost holiday holiday season season for for the the travel travel and and hospitality hospitality sector sector already already battered battered by by the the pandemic pandemic I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king

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"wales" Discussed on The Wonkhe Show - the higher education podcast

The Wonkhe Show - the higher education podcast

06:02 min | 1 year ago

"wales" Discussed on The Wonkhe Show - the higher education podcast

"The one key show. We cheat y pipe of christmas. Well we'll brown up. The speculation will west to once in. Wales p resumes out will discover out fat in the pedantic and the new dates route from iran is coming up. The flexibility students have afforded over the last eighteen months. They're asking for the flexibility. To some extent remain and if we as a sector decide to keep that flexibility then place coming to a university campus leaving on campus may not be as important as we have seen over the last decade. Welcome to the monkey show. We came to this week's higher education vs policy and analysis. I'm you'll high skip dickinson and head to help us understand. What's going on this week. Contrite sector of terrific guests guilford osama connie's the pbc education at the university of surrey. Asami highlight of the week please. He has been fabulous testifying. The students who are now really worrying ever the exam but you know we're helping them out with their exams which are coming up assessments of the middle of the week excellent stuff. I mean bombers debbie holy professor of learning innovation at born at the university w highlight the weeklies. Well we've had graduation this week and this morning as i'm here we're running an online exam for four hundred fifty students so there we go. That's a good week. Fantastic stuff finding lost to share somewhere. No one's really show. Where david kernahan he's won ki's associate editor at your highlight of the way. Please leave in the world of the work for the moment Gigs are back. My band played at the weekend. It was a halloween gig. We all dressed up. We played halloween songs. That was fabulous. Lovely We won't be able to clip of that lighter so yes we start this week with a potential white paper other than stuff on our anti there was scant mention of hp and the spending review and budget last week leaves a bunch of questions hanging and we hear that may well mean the white paper on eight coming before christmas to include things on fees and funding all response. Maybe p q i stuff on spelling start chiefs. Who knows debbie was thinking about what we could say about this. I actually went back to the original paper which was presented in parliament. Way back in may two thousand nine hundred nineteen and it just struck me that this was review of both education funding and the funding side seems to have kind of taken in conversation sins. I think the overview was setting out key principles saying it's a story of both and neglect and this depends on students whether that the fifty percent who participate in h. e. or the rest and there's a huge disparity and it just struck me and all the fuss and clatter and policy briefings. We've kind of lost sight of the students. So two principles stood out for me principle. Seven that post eighteen education cannot be left entirely to market for this and that are post education post. Eighteen education needs to be forward looking is going to be a response. I'm wondering how you can create a compelling narrative because if you look at the other policy areas it's quite complex because we've got lifelong learning has kind of you know very high on the agenda and expecting all of us to have portfolio careers in the future and then doing one set of skills eighteen and being sorted so that seems little dated so it sounded like lifelong learning seem to be perhaps a little higher up the political arena and we've already had announcements on efi funding so yeah. I'm not sure with all the other things that are going on. And the announcements of cash nipping kind of re announced about five times with chile. The space there for a compelling narrative to respond that puts the students at the heart interesting. I mean look daycare. We say this a lot. Olga was of commissioned and launched in a very very different political climate. Even though it was actually not long ago in. I mean it was quite a long time ago but it just you know. Politics is completely change. Doesn't it the thing that people forget about. Olga is the amount of it that has been responded to and the amount that as being a delivered. The leading up eventually funding wasn't inaugur is happening. The lifelong learning entitlement all similar arrangements were in order and are happening. changes to apprenticeships making them easier for employers to run worried. All on the happening. So alo- is a very different time in politics. I mean the this was supposed to be a quick review after the twenty seventeen election. When people got scared about jeremy corbyn remember that that was a thing but we don't really have anything comparable going on. At the moment. We do have the big pieces of policy machinery. The lifelong learning entitlement. Keep screaming to anyone. That will listen is massive. Change everything in twenty twenty five. We only really have two years before that. So won't get on the site this week. If you've already got two years before a big change that you know is happening already and you know that people generally light because the leave a fundamentally is a good idea Speaking administered and sat at particularly ham-fisted way. But it is a good idea. It's racing you do. Why on earth would you ruin that and Spoiled a pitch for your own election stuff beforehand to make a change and do some fee cats sauce fiddling around the edges.

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"wales" Discussed on The Cinephiliac Lounge

The Cinephiliac Lounge

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"wales" Discussed on The Cinephiliac Lounge

"Yeah. It's interesting how in a way it's I mean I kind of feel like it's it's pulling Josey Wales all over the place because he watched to be this loaner who just goes dead. And all he does is kill the people that have hurt him, but these other people just keep getting attached to him and can see why our pulse him back and forth between the two the next morning, he sees loan. Nobody sleeping and he's got this dog. The red bone mangy dog that showed up on underwear and he wakes up. He's like a cheap. I suppose that mangy Redbone. Hound has no place to go either he might as well ride with us. He'll everybody else has, right? Like I said before this movie is chock-full of them. Yeah. It's it's an amazing film and I'm sorry we're alone for the place tonight but it's kind of hard not to be with this film. No, listen, I'm all over the place too. Like I said, it's very important to the to that the both of us and it's so great and it's so dense and it's so so good. That's what's that, that's part of the problem. So I wanted to ask you about something towards the end of the film. If you think we're at that point the couple of little themes that want to talk about about Josey Wales is Faith and always called a bloodthirsty killer and and at the beginning he's bitter and traumatized Anchorman. He can't resist doing the right thing and helping people in need which goes to like he's sort of like an angel and a devil but he is a positive influence and a positive energy because the thing I find I found really interesting watching at this time that loan Wadi, he reconnects with his Indian spirituality and remembers. They're forgotten ways of his Youth and his people because of Josey Wales after he meets him and they had that conversation and Josey. Wales who doesn't trust anyone loan Lottery pulls a gun on him. He talks in for a little bit and he's so comfortable..

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"wales" Discussed on The Cinephiliac Lounge

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04:45 min | 1 year ago

"wales" Discussed on The Cinephiliac Lounge

"In the later scene. We see Bloody Bill right up to him. It's still an ex in the ground. So I just had it in my head watching it for this need cast. I was researching like you know this really just really just seems important to me. I mean it could very well have just been like I said that, you know, Clint Eastwood's like oh, it's just an emotional Outlet. It does it, but it seemed important to me. So I looked it up and a tilted cross is known as a Saint Andrew's cross which is a Herald symbol. So the X on the Confederate flag the X on the British union job. In countless of the flags are a Saint Andrew's cross. I was like, okay so there's the Confederate flag connection but that's like, I feel like there's something more and so as I read this whole thing cuz you know they use a subtext in the film like Josey Wales, he's always associated with verbiage or imagery of Hell, or being more than a man, but he's not Supernatural. But in any case, I read that some consideration, I'm across to be a symbol that represents the human race or Humanity as being positioned, right in the middle between Heaven and Hell. And when when I read that something went off in my head I'm like heaven and not, hell, and referencing it is a theme throughout this entire film, their constant references to hell, or being in Hell or Josie represented, as being in Hell or from Hell in the dialogue. The Centers is how long this song to Kingdom? Come with Biblical imagery? He'll have to run for now and he'll is where his headed Fletcher says. He'll be waiting for us there Centre, so he's saying he's in hell, right? And then Jake Tells Josie he's feeling better after they shoot the first set of Bounty Hunters. Glen and like, oh, by the way, I want to give a shout out to lend lesser who plays a VIN this film, but he's Uncle Louie and Seinfeld. He's like, I totally, I did not recognize that until you said it and his delivery, by the way, his it's going up at the same thing..

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"wales" Discussed on The Cinephiliac Lounge

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05:23 min | 1 year ago

"wales" Discussed on The Cinephiliac Lounge

"Why was he controversial? And the next sentence is such an understatement of of why, here's a pro segregate. Segregation assist leader in the KKK, he wrote this book under the name. Forrest Carter, who he claimed was a Cherokee, right? All of this came out after the movie was made from what I understand wage. Yeah. And they were like Warner Brothers and Clint Eastwood and the producers and everyone was like holy shit. We got a distance ourselves from this guy majorly just however that wage. Yeah. Not only was he a member of the KKK? I think I read somewhere that he was in a especially radical member of the segment. I don't know how more radical you can be hooked up to the word I was looking for but also was the speechwriter for George Wallace. Yep. And he's the one that wrote the famous line of his speech segregation now segregation tomorrow, segregation forever. Yeah, not a good guy anti-semite as well. So what's very insane is that this person wrote them all Source novel, which inspired this really beautiful magnificent film. The messages in the film are antithetical to everything that that man, apparently stood for in real life. It's just it's dead. Absolutely bizarre. And I read a portion chapter eleven of the Clint Eastwood a biography by Richard schickel that I bought. And on the day, the my page, twenty-five years ago, great book, by the way, you read it. Yeah, I read it. I couldn't put it down, fantastic, it's so chock-full of information. I reread chapter eleven labor of love which was recounting of the time of him filming and doing Outlaw, Josey, Wales. And I came across who's such a psychopath. The movie was it was a blind submission. He put in this book, the web page fails, Robert daily, the producer picked it up one day cuz he had nothing to read for dinner. Read it to this book has so much soul to it. How you should look at it, they buy it, they pay him. $25,000 up from $10,000 for when production starts and promise more later, and the thing that struck me is, so, he calls Robert daily up and says, hey, I'm going to be you guys neighborhood. I was wondering if you know, if I mean, wage, And rubber daily goes on, to talk about the book that in the neighborhood meant, he was going to Texas, and they're in California. Like so this guy's just out of his mind. It's it's yeah. Okay, sure. He loves going to he doesn't show up on the plane when they send their guy to meet him cuz he's got drunk, get thrown in jail, he comes the next day, the guy picks him up, he's pissed drunk, he takes, they go to a bar, he goes to call Robert day long..

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04:06 min | 1 year ago

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"Our children were young to pembrokeshire and cardigan and the beaches are amazing. Just like beaches in kumo no-one on them absolutely it's beautiful around that and say that's the thing is so quiet and that's actually something that way. We became to preserve our lives. The last thing we want to do is to encourage over tourism in any area so responsible troubles really important to say that as you say at the moment you can enjoy those empty beaches to yourselves. But we honestly believe that if we all time to plan things properly and we worked together with local communities we can preserve that whilst also establishing oils on that tourism map will people in england but also in other countries of a belief that if you kinda and you want to get to see side you have to go to dublin cuomo and that's not true tool as it is really amazing. Beaches in wells on the temperature can be fantastic when archer young. We went on four successive family holidays and the temperature never dropped blur about twenty eight degrees everyday. Lives to the amazing we did. Then go when it didn't tell raining and it was about twelve. Degrees look is doing at some point but yes she likes stunning beaches around here and that the temperature is slightly more favorable sometimes in the sarah but but often actually that was some really beautiful spots all around the coast where you get these real some traps as i think sometimes wiles is unfairly tarnished with this weather bush that know western windy hair. But that's because we have so many mountains inserts past especially about north winds and if you're in the shadow excited manson's lobos kills the naturally. Yes there is more rain. For many years ago. We used to come very On the west coast of wales and we'd have to drive through western. Windy snowdonia survive this tiny little campsite only on the coast looking gave it to the theme initially and it was just as beautiful son trap and watch the sunset. Every time we went we had amazing weather and it was just perfect for watching the sunset behind the say who a few sheep and wales to that there are indeed. I believe the the statistic is she outnumber people three too long before to one now. Obviously there's a lot as we went to kois couple of years ago and it was a bit like australia. It did rent a lot but we actually went in october expecting terrain. And it didn't disappoint this speech. Things about wiles is that it's such a small country and yet the landscape is so varied in as we talked earlier about the likeness between iceland and parts of wales and australia. Parts of wales nashik the realities in such a small space. We have incredible imposing mountains. We have beautiful soclean lane for actually. It's celtic rainforest that covers much of wiles. We just think of as being booklets but actually again. Looking back to the volcano. And that's that we have incredibly looks rainforest around here. We've got incredible white sand beaches. Beautiful differs. I mean we have every kind landscape you could possibly one which is why so incredible for adventure and hose living where you do made you into the person you are today. That's a really interesting question. I i've always lived in the countryside but as a second around twelve years. Now i've lived here in the hills of north wales. And i think it has really connected me much even more to on skype into the seasons..

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04:38 min | 1 year ago

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"You don't need to go all the way to iceland in places a lot we do have. These incredible wild space is right here on our own doorstep. Icelanders famous for whilst is not an. And that's what we want to change a little bit less expensive in wales it is nice and i think anyway. that's a little less expensive than iceland is inset difficult country but we will vacuum that i remember the first day we had a of between fishing chips realized that already spent almost one hundred pound panic about what was in store for the rest of us day and i think you had some really bad weather when you were nicely and as we stay there a few days that the temperature dropped and the wind was howling and i am driving along and seeing all the magnificent waterfalls iceland is so famous for and i've never seen a waterfall trouble upwards into the sky but it seemed every waterfall we saw was either degrees alto. It was heading straight up into. The sky was amazing to see incredible and of course volcanoes The and wales well. This is true if you go back far enough in history whiles incredibly volcanic so in snowdonia itself is formed by eberle kanye's mobile sixty million years ago if you get to anglesey. The island of the bay north of stat has been mental volcanic activity so actually whilst does have a very strong history volcanoes so that might not be active at the moment. But they are here. If you look back to your trips what happens if people turn up with all the wrong kid. Can they still carry on. We do everything we candidate to make sure that people tend not with the cates. They understand what's expected of them because it's very important to ensure the safety and their enjoyment if you don't turn up with goodwill to praise and we're out to debate all day in the mountains you simply not into enjoy it but if you have the right care and your wallet and you'll try you'll live right is if it's boiling hot day. You forgotten your son claimed sunhats or your water bottle all insane. Stay either make you break your day..

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04:05 min | 1 year ago

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"A fairly. New special is only available in a handful of places around the world. Actually it's almost like having a small individual inflatable bath and you lying face down on that raft and you have these giant neoprene gloves. A little bit like baseball gloves have worked tons. And you use your hands to peddle by c. Pedal down revenue console bipeds and little waterfalls and drops on your individual canoe. It's just frontal. Stick fun so do any of these things have dangers. I think this an element of risk with with any kind of active outdoors for like these but over say vison we do is all about the safety everything is. It's all about the guides that we were quaid. The establishment of the equipment is making sure that we leave people correctly so they understand what to expect and how to get themselves out of trouble if they do find themselves in it but everything is very well managed so yes. There is an intrinsic element of list. Books at the reality of any kind of accidents happening is so slim. Because it's so well managed. You've had a few accidents yourself. I think i have him in my pass. No sporting life yes. Thankfully nothing my work life but said yes. I've definitely had people since scrapes out. Winning biding by came. The is myself and my husband. We decided to enter an event together. He was always going off doing mountain bike events and i was quite envious of him. Doing that and i thought you know what i can do this as well. Listen to something together so we did so. I spent months and months training for this huge coast to coast from whitehaven all the way across the scarver three days at mountain biking camping in between and on day two just after lunch. Maybe i was delirious from my cheese sandwich we yet. We set up bikes again. And jim was ahead of me. So i try to catch up on. I oversee very little faster than i should have done. And before i knew it. The handlebars exponential. My hands and i went over the bars and i landed in a heap on the trail and felt very sorry for myself. Is jim keg wishing to my rescue. We realized actually hit myself quite bodily so we spent hope we spent a good hour will so the trailside was he tried to keep me..

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06:00 min | 1 year ago

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"But essentially Chip package where we look after everything for people so say it is. The accommodation is the transport to the activities. I miss the guides as well. People can just come to open and book everything in one place. Mention of what we do. smoke tools which are perfect for solo travelers But we got cooled families booking on them as well actually. Men's things are group's of between six and fifteen people that moved with lots of individuals booking onto them and it's really nice way for people to not just try new activities and explore the area but to meet new people as well. I'm we dated. Family breaks to but most of it is people booking onto the smell. Good does the beginning. Did you get lots of different nationalities. Nestle scandinavia as i say. We will really talking to mock in sweden quite heavily and then we started tonight to stop a lot of americans were. Were starting to get you to listen canadians as well so early. Twenty twenty was our first air things we to and we having pirate small exit. Well we have dutch people coming off trial winning camps. We had belgians guessing. It took about hiking holidays young canadians. Joining goes for an epic manton experience. It was really exciting. Having all these people from around the world wanting to come and visit little wales on just for the moment is domestic market imminently absolutely like many people travel. We've had two. We've had to change quite significantly. What we do that the core before we do remain true to what we set out to achieve but now instead of talking to the world when out talking to to the k. We're talking to people who live hair in great britain and who are looking to travel closer to home now and hopefully in the future of people will come as well from other countries again. Absolutely and i think it certainly next year on. What's that will start to return very quickly even this year. Potentially we already have some people from north america. He's booked onto trips later this year. So some people being very optimistic about it which is great. Hopefully the optimism is well placed in. We can all share it but for now as lepage's paypal and can international. I think probably from next on. It's so do people do one spoof for the whole week or do they vary different things everyday..

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05:28 min | 1 year ago

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"We've spent half lifetime exploring every corner of the world so we want to share with you some of our extraordinary experiences and the amazing people. We've met along the way this week. Were north wales touring declare copeland. Who with the husband. Jim runs adventures. Uk travel company that features. All the outdoor pursuits you can enjoy in the wilds of down. Yeah elsewhere that's travel running. Searing kayaking river bugging canyoning zip wa hiking canal hosted activities visitors from other countries. Simply don't realize that you can do in the uk. When they got married clare gave up a marketing job across the border in england and the couple decide to try and bring the world adventure to wales it. All began with mountain. Biking was laid to mountain biking. Actually i started when i was about. Twenty eight i. I stumbled upon a mountain bike senator on a visit to wiles one day and little denied that several years later i would end up marrying the end of the manta mike center. That's what brought you to wales. That's why you stayed in wales anyway. It is exactly yes. I took up into biking. I was coming here every weekend. I was always out in the hills in my spare time on. Yes i got to know my husband. Suet got to know him and eventually if he is later we got together. And yeah i made two miles to join him. It made sense and him. Moving over the border to england where i was. I travel my career. But his career is fairly fixed in the hills in north wales and i was coming every weekend anyway to enjoy it so yeah it was it was the might move for has never looked back and the new started adventure tours. Uk together. We did yes. Yeah tell us about a number of strange coincidences. I guess it stemmed really from our wedding at lake is where it all began with adventure she. Uk and friends of ours visiting from denmark for the wedding and we took them out whilst they were he had to explore and wales and show them the blown away by and it may us stop and think actually about where we live and how incredibly beautiful as but it also made us think how little people know about oils. They both those danes had lived and worked in england. They traveled in scotland. But they didn't know. Wales existed and not made stopping. Thanks so at the time. I was ashley having a bit of a tough time in my career in marketing and i had taken the opportunity at the same time as i was getting married..

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