35 Burst results for "Yulia"
"yulia" Discussed on The Wise Fool
"Could you please pronounce your name correctly for me. Yes it's hannah klis seeing good cuddles the and just as a question do you go by the full amount of that because i know some people in iceland have dropped certain names and things like subdued professional ugo by all three names now professionally i by tool names hanukkah because hannah is quite common i guess and so this is how i present myself back. And you're part of an. I'm so this could be a horrible thing. Pronunciations this whole type so the name of the arts organization that you work for is scuffed that observation yes scuffed effect. I would never have gotten that by reading. I would've said stuffed fell yet but that's fine people also scuffed fell and that's fine. You can continue with that all right. I will ask. Scuffed felt Yeah it's this at. It's like these two else and you pronounce it. Do this weird sound. I would never be able to remember to do that nor can i probably do it. Yeah so scott. Battle is fine You know that's fine. Okay now you're the co-director and education manager. How did you sort of come to this position. I have quite a long connection with scott. I came to say this feathers Located than when i left i started coming here in the beginning. Yeah around two thousand and my friends moved here around. Two thousand and five i think and started visiting and see what So i started getting some projects through her Mainly educational. And then i was mainly working projects through projects. And then i started working in two thousand fifteen. I got my physician as educational manager and then in two thousand thirteen or last year basically the director we had he quits and me and my coworker. You yulia yulia mustang. Who's from germany. And she's been working since two thousand fifteen..
"yulia" Discussed on Your Mom's House
"That was your brother. Derek brother there can be no doubt like i didn't mind. I was the frogs. i was salamanders. Lightning bugs worm. whatever. I didn't get by that but Lizards we always had chameleons or guavas but Fucking my brother was in the snakes. That was the one that he didn't didn't fear at all. That's crazy people don't at all and i didn't care i've seen that people. Just grab them your own my god. There's a video of a guy in the us military that just fucking in front of everyone grabs a cobra. Like real slow goes up. Snatches it on my now. Nope but the rebate no. I don't think like. I remember when that weird reptile guy would come to elementary cold. You've ever that that just weird do drove innovation with like a vampire wrapped reptiles and then he also had like a rabbit or some turtle or a two and a guana like this dude just rolling around and my brother was into it. I wouldn't mind walking by touching the snake but he would catch these wild little black snakes in our yard and then he will put them in a query or terrarium and keep them in the house and he'd get him out and let them wrap around the arm and everything we go get baby mice and feed him and i loved watching. You know i liked being there. I didn't like handling or any of that. Shit so This one time like my brother buys this little baby mouse and it kills it but it doesn't eat it and he's like well not waste grass cut money so he tied a piece efficient streaked pale and starts dancing it and it it bites it and eats it and my brother goes reaching the cage and the snake bites him and my eyes are like your eyes. I'm like oh it just pitcher and he. He doesn't look the bite. This is burned my mem- he doesn't even look at his hand. He just looks at the snake. And he's robin. His hands yet did and i was like this crazy while the right here. I knew that him. And then you're just like we're not the same either not come out to say post. Oh you know what i mean. Yulia are not the same no way so like i don't know a couple months later it's my turn to cut the grass. You gotta alternate but cutting the grass was the greatest because we had a snap a riding mower and that was early driving what i mean. That was the best you didn't riding mower. Don't we lease a wanted to do it. Yeah exactly exactly so You know. I'm in like tenth grade at summer. I've got my shirt off. We've got a square backyard. I'm going around and about three four houses up. I can see backyards..
Michael Wilbon on Basketball Hall of Fame Weekend
"Late on sunday night and of the many differences between you and tony kornheiser who goes to bed before nine. Thirty your ability to thrive in the evening that might be. The biggest distinction might be more similar than people know. We're willing to admit a public. But yeah i don't i don't get goin' get two or three o'clock in the afternoon as you already. Yes so when you get going in two or three o'clock and you live out twelve hour just a twelve hour day you've got gotta go to two or three o'clock in the morning. Tony starts at four o'clock in the morning. There's nowhere to go where we go with that. Getting up at four is the craziest thing ever well where he is not going. Mike as of yet at least is where you just were over the weekend because user are officially a member of the basketball hall of fame. You just got back from your induction so allow me to be is at the nine th person the ten millionth person to tell you. Congratulations can i get in at that point in the long wave before. You're waiting for that one. But i will tell you that myself on that level with with hall of fame going to do that vulnerable wanna pulitzer prize. I could lord. That were people. Because that's the industry man and that's our ultimate hall of fame and i ain't gonna win windows' there are people who win this weekend. I mean i stood After the speech and i looked out there and people are getting a standing ovation yulia serving. And it's charles in it's magic johnson. Like like that's not a reverse situation and mike tyson. Mike is that
"yulia" Discussed on EDMlivesets & Podcasts
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"yulia" Discussed on EDMlivesets & Podcasts
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"yulia" Discussed on EDMlivesets & Podcasts
"Hello everyone and welcome to the fifth edition of watergate worldwide. I'm jamie and i'm christine. Velvet and west south real that you could join us tonight because we have two very special guests joining us behind the decks radio slave and you the nico. We'll be kicking things off with radio. Slave legendary. a legend of the underground dance music sane with a career spanning almost twenty years as an anna. A label. Owner an producer and fabulous. Dj all with these aren unique sensitive sound and style absolutely. His sound took him literally the everywhere just to name a few from fabric to whom to coon as well as back kind and panorama bar where he hosted his re kids. Labour party's we are very honored to have him behind our holy dex tonight please. Welcome radio sleigh.
Interview With Ilya Gelfenbeyn
"Yulia gif bain. Welcome to the voice. Podcast hey breath how are you. I've really i'm really good. It's great to finally get on the bike. We've been talking about this for at least two months. So i'm happy that we're able to arrange the the funny thing is in the interim we seem to have spent a lot of time on clubhouse together so maybe we could have just done this year like two weeks ago. Yeah yeah spending a lotta time there all right so i think there's a there's a lot of story to be told here because you've you've been in the industry for a while but i think there's an interesting i that i wanted to start with. I wanna talk about speak to it. Maybe maybe your journey in voice day. I started before that. Because i i know that you study computational linguistics as an undergraduate but what i draw you to the idea of of using speech technology and actually building an assistant. Yeah so i would say like initially it was not about speech was about like chat bots and chat right so i started to work on some like chat bots dick like question answering systems back university as you mentioned yelich. All i was doing the computational linguistics relatively randomly so i was like interested in an internship in it company and the a guy who was like my manager there. He was a computational linguists so He had some interesting like thanks for us to do to research. Soviet play with chad bots. So i remember. I think like i published my first article question answering systems back in two thousand towards southern three and then later maybe in two thousand seven i was also working on the project related to chat bots. We created a platform where users could create their own chat bots like mostly for fun Trades they're like our cars teach them to Like teach them different things And then place them to like blogs Social networks websites and see how they shot to like their friends read logs and and Correct them so and later Like when the star to speak to There was this kind of state where got relatively good quality of speech recognition. Then mostly available. Either roy door or some commercial solutions like like from nuance. You've got a mobile devices that our full enough and Kevin good interfaces such as like iphones and androids and There was like this tendency of Api's of like web services so mehan co-founders. We basically thought that if we combine all of this right open api is and and smartphones and voice. We could get A voice personal assistant. That will understand what you are asking about support station and then like connect to a those. Api's and get an answer for you or like have an action Down for you. So this is how this idea of speak to appeared and what year the little. Yeah the end of two thousand ten and to ten okay. So that's around the same time that the siri app. I came out and ios correct. Yes yes yes frankly. We didn't know about siri when we started to sing about the same main difference was that we started with. Hr bought right so we'll just because of our experience chat bots before idea was that won't i. We create a bot that you can talk to about anything and it supports conversation just question answer and then starts like injection different services to you know. Let's add the weather. Let's add local storage and so on but initially we would say you know you can just talk to talk to it Speak to about anything and by the way to also help like multiple different requests
Alexei Navalny: Putin critic's wife Yulia Navalnaya fined for breaking protest rules
"Moscow find the wife of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny 265 Bucks for violating protest regulations. Julia novel, Naya had attended the demonstration in the capital to demand her husband's release from jail. Tens of thousands of people protest it across Russia's 11 time zones yesterday, demanding police free navalny. President Vladimir Putin's fiercest critic.
Thousands of pro-Navalny protesters arrested in Russia
"Overseas now to russia where thousands of anti putin protesters were arrested today during violent clashes with police. Mollie hunter reports one after another russian. Protesters chanted brutally beaten here with teasers for the second week in a row tens of thousands of russians across the country to find the state hitting the streets in of jailed. Opposition leader alexei navalny. And after last weekend the riot police were ready in moscow. Protesters marched toward the jail. Where navalny is being held but they were diverted scattered broken into small groups in saint petersburg protesters chanted down with his arm and by the end of the day. More than five thousand had been arrests. I think this is the first chance when when we can actually change something because you know everybody around. The world is looking at russia right now and the world also watched his bottom. Your putin's government. Detained alexei navalny two weeks ago tonight since then arresting almost every single one of his closest allies and today his wife yulia detained on camera and leader. Release secretary of state tony blinken condemning the persistent use of harsh tactics. The russian foreign ministry firing back and judging by today's response president putin isn't letting up mollie hunter and see news london. Those protests and our nation's relationship with russia will be just a part of andrea mitchell's exclusive interview with the new secretary of state. Anthony blinken tomorrow on today and nightly news.
Russia arrests 2,700 during wide protests backing Navalny
"And police who are out in force, Russians have taken to the streets for a second weekend of protests. They're calling for the release of jailed opposition leader Alexi Navalny. One human rights monitoring group says at least 2000 protesters have already been arrested. Of only was jailed two weeks ago after returning from Germany, where he had been receiving treatment after being poisoned with a chemical weapon. MPR's Moscow correspondent Lucian Kim was at the protest in Russia's capital and he joins us now. Good morning. Morning, Lulu. Demonstrators early today gathered outside the prison where Navalny is being held. There were plans to protest outside the headquarters of the State Security Agency, the F S, B and Moscow. What can you tell us? Well, not a lot happened outside the FSB. The city authorities closed off metro stations in the center of the city and didn't let any pedestrians into the area. Navalny's team was hoping for a symbolic protest. Since they accused the FSB of trying to poison him. And when it became clear the downtown area was off limits. One of Navalny's AIDS who's outside the country started tweeting the locations of other rallying points around the city, including the prison where he's now being held. I mean, despite the certainty of arrests and crackdowns at today's protest, people still poured into the streets. I mean, there were extraordinary scenes. What if people tell you? Well, I've covered a lot of protests in Moscow and I have to say this one was the scariest I've been to riot Police were everywhere, and I saw how they just pluck someone off the street on arrest him and put him in a police truck. Probably the most famous demonstrator arrested today was Navalny's wife, Yulia. I met one protester. Her name is Alina McCarley Amara. She's an architect. And she told me she was scared, but that she had no choice but to come out. In the Russia the government is suppressing anyone who has a new opinion difference from a very narrow point of view. The propaganda makes you feel alone. That's why we came here to show that we are not alone that there are many of us. She said she actually doesn't not does not support Alexey Navalny as a politician, but she respects him for representing people who don't agree with Vladimir Putin and I heard that same opinion from other protesters. I spoke to You know, Um, these protests have been notable for their spread across a very vast country. We saw that last week. Do we know yet what's been happening outside of Moscow? What we do. We're getting reports from around Russia. It's already Sunday night on Russia's Pacific Coast activists are reporting hundreds of arrests. As you mentioned there'd been clashes with police a lot of really rough detentions and reports of police using Tasers. This is hugely significant because of protest has truly become nationwide. In the past, rallies were often focused on Moscow and ST Petersburg. That's two Navalny's credit. He always saw himself as a national politician. He spent a lot of time traveling around Russia and building a support network there. And in fact, he was traveling in Siberia when he was poisoned. Well, let me ask you this. I mean, if that is the case in these protests are igniting across the country. Does Vladimir Putin see them as a real threat? What little we see how the government is responding right now, with a really heavy hand, not Brooking any dissent? What's a different from earlier protests is that they've basically put all of Navalny's AIDS in jail. And they're also going after Russian journalists who are trying to cover these protests. The Kremlin likes to say that these protests are small and that the majority is for Putin. But when you consider that the literally shut down central Moscow to today and filled it with police You kind of get the impression that Vladimir Putin is feeling a little nervous. That's NPR's
Police raid Russian opposition leader's apartment, offices
"Are searching several properties linked to the country's main opposition leader, Alexei Navalny, aunt his supporters following nationwide protests about his recent detention. Mr. Navalny was arrested on his return to Russia from Germany, where had been treated after being poisoned. His Danny able hard close associates of Alexei Navalny have posted messages about on videos off raids. Police have targeted Mr Navalny's apartments, one where his wife, Yulia is said to be staying, as well as the offices of these anti corruption foundation on the studio of the online channel Navalny Live. Saturday's protest was some of the largest anti government demonstrations in years. The Russian Interior Ministry has accused those who organized and participated in them of breaching coronavirus rules. Senior
Thousands, including Navalny's wife Yulia, detained as protests in his support sweep across Russia
"Mass protests led to mass arrests in Russia yesterday, Supporters of jailed Kremlin critic Alexey Navalny took to the streets and more than 100 Russian cities More than 2500 people were rested. It was a day marked by violent clashes between police and protesters. CBS is Adriana Diaz reports. Thousands took to the streets in cities across Russia Protest ng, the jailing of opposition leader of that Alexey Navalny in the city of Tom's approach. Testers chanted Freedom on! Putin is a thief. Thousands were arrested across the country, including the values wife in
Quarantined tennis stars face off with officials ahead of Australian Open
"Rules are all the talk in the land down under here is totally be Zeze Drew Mahala. Yeah, Players are angry, and the Aussie government officials well, they're not feeling sympathetic. Here's the deal. Positive Kobe cases on three flights to Australia for 72 players into full quarantine, and it is indeed full quarantine, with players having to isolate full time in their hotel rooms for 14 days, instead of being allowed to pray. Like this outside. Like other players, it's not fun. Just ask Yulia Putin save a top player. She's stuck in her hotel room, trying to get some work in hitting a ball against the wall, not really entertaining insult to injury. She posted a video of a small most in her room can't make it up. Top seed Novak Djokovic asked for some of the quarantine demands to be eased. He was denied. The answer is not see what I mean. That's the Australian premier rival Nick Curios, calling Novak a tool this morning. There you go. That's the state of tennis right now. To kick off the year Drew Mulholland WBZ, Boston's news radio drew used to coach tennis. He knows what he's talking about. All right, 10 53, the
"yulia" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"For Luna. Now perform the respirator. Speeding. Jenison. Is there alone against that? We're going by a banana is the train, you know? So no exit? No. Entice A phone doesn't go on the China here. The galaxy is also going. Oh, it up. Yes, I don't wanna know. Oi, Larry, but I don't know what I'm saying. Pharmacy on No, Yulia, but always be amazing that bail, Okay? Say weather part of our bargain than being gay for being in the same manner. I know. I know. And I'm only doing it for another year while being rojos Orlando Exeter's cinco mas musica masa body of that, right. Filament is in Tucson can know about it..
Assemblymember Yuh-Line Niou (with Rock the Boat)
"My name is Yulia new. I'm actually the Assembly member representing Lower Manhattan, which actually encompasses some very thing statue of Liberty Wall Street financial, district Battery Park City salary seep, or and of course, my favorite, which is like the lower east side Chinatown area, which I think everybody thinks. As new. York. So yeah. Proud of my district. Yeah. Well, I'm very proud of your district too because I live their. So you know, we always like to start off the podcast with going back in time and understanding who our guests are when they're little. So what was little you lean like parents brought me to the states when only six months old mom and dad were actually really amazing and brave and they were in their late twenties and they decided to immigrate to the United States with a thousand dollars in their pockets and sixty cases the baby can have to you know. On my dad decided that he was going to go to Moscow Idaho. Doing school at the University of Hide Ho in Moscow was willing to actually give my data package that would be able to bring over his young family. So yeah was able to get a dormitory for families that would allow him to be able to keep our family together, and so that's the decision that he made and I'm really glad that I wasn't just like left behind somewhere but I would only six months old when we came and then we moved around a lot to agent immigrant family was really in pursuit of my fathers education, my nurse, and so she was amazing and just kind of picked up and started up wherever my dad needed her to and yeah, that's like the strength of. This amazing woman that I call mom yeah I see. So many parallels between might Ernie in your journey my dad is the same. He got a scholarship at the University of Toledo Ohio similar to you my family and I have moved around to seven different states, and so I was looking at your bio and I notice that you lived in Idaho and Texas and. All these different states where there are very few Asians in those states. Like for you when we moved to Oregon I still remember just. Having, a small Asian American community around us because we were in a small town called Beaverton Oregon and there's a lot of actually Asian Americans there what you know like within the school I was obviously Asian kid and I just was. Very, lonely I got bullied a lot in school and when I was in. Elementary School on Texas I. still remember she used to bully me a lot like she pulled me into the CO closet and have all of my other classmates take turns spitting on me. There was a time when she likes to remind lunchbox bathroom and I was too afraid to. There, but she set the trash can on fire, lock me in, and then the sprinklers went off and John My. Gosh appeal right. That was whole thing. I didn't catch on fire but she ran out. Locked the door and I was so afraid that I actually paid by solve in a bathroom. Into things that were going on in Texas all the time and totally acceptable and I still remember how it was totally okay for somebody to just WANNA be up because. I actually read home to my mom and I was crying and telling her I had no friends and the she was so sad for me and I remember little calmer face because I kept saying like why I was blaming her I was like, why did you have to make me Chinese like why? Make Asian, and mom. So remember that day distinctly 'cause I was so angry at her way that. Now I can talk about a lot easier, but I just don't remember like her shock her her and like her inability to do anything to protect me right and. There was nothing that of course you could do and I. Still Remember her was to study harder because you know everybody likes people with good grades. The most Asian answer. I guess at what point were you able to sort of embrace Eurasian identity when I can't I didn't understand a lot of my parents are doing it like I understand why my dad you know put a break in the toilet or like. It was like, wow, people must. Like do weird things. But actually when was like an Enviro and he was making a low flow toilet, you know he was doing all kinds of stuff that was interesting like garden and I was like Oh. My Gosh like please stop gardening. Poor. Poor but I don't look like that. I remember being like very scared in a shame ole time and then when I started to see how that was so wrong and where my Internalizing all this stuff. Was it really kind of broke one of the things I remember the most was watching my mom study. And I remember crying a little bit because she studied and worked so hard all the time. She. Was a nurse for most of my life. She was just. Nurse. All the time and. She worked night shifts and she was also studying because I like all of her certificates and everything had to be redone he was very experienced in very qualified nursing. Taiwan. To recertify everything and. She start working towards for Masters to be able to do administration and things like that and so as I still remember she was pregnant with my brother and she was studying an issue going to work and doing all these things I just remember thinking like, wow like. I'm home is amazing.
Interview with Mark Constantine of Lush Cosmetics
"Back. In nineteen ninety-five I was studying in London my sister. Karen. Came to visit me that year. She'd been to London before. So on her visit, she was the guide we traveled through the market stalls Candan lock we picked up some indie records at rough trade and made a special trip to covent garden to visit a newly open shop. Called Lush I hadn't heard of it but my sister had instructions from all friends back in L. A.. Get me stuff from. Lush. Now at the time, it was one of two lush locations in the world, and this is before e commerce. So unless you went to the store, you couldn't get the products. Remember the overpowering smell of roses and lavender and honey and lemon I remember these long loaves of colorful soap laid out on tables where you could slice off a Chonkin pay for it. By weight there were bath bombs and shampoos and lotions. It looked like the produce department at a fancy grocery store. You didn't see a whole lot of plastic packaging and in front of each product, you'd find a bright colorful chalkboard with a description. It was unlike any beauty product store I had ever seen. And it probably explains why then There was a line to get in. Lush was part of a new wave of beauty companies that came onto the scene around that time. Many of them influenced by the body shock and it's iconic founder Anita Roddick who as you will hear features prominently in this story is well. The main founder of Lush Mark Constantine had already seen incredible success and then catastrophic failure by the time he launched his venture. In fact, right before mark. Open Lush. He's lost most of his money on a mail order business that went bust. But. Lush turned his fortunes. And and today it's a brand with more than nine hundred stores around the world. Now, in recent months, the pandemic has hit the company hard. For time all of its stores in the UK, the US and Australia were closed. But. Lush has also seen a massive surge in online orders and later on, we'll get an update on how mark and the company have navigated the pandemic and the global economic fallout. But first a little bit about mark's background. He grew up in weymouth seaside town in the south of England. When he was only two years old his dad's split from the family and went off to Africa and mark never saw him again while he was growing up. And his mother. She took mark and moved in with her mother marks Grandma. It was me my mom, my grandmother who really brought me up a my aunt. So. I was really bored three. Yeah. What did your mom do? She was a journalist in the local newspaper on I knew my mom had to work in order for us to to be okay. It was very, very comfortable life full of love and hugs and security. My mom was always there and I love my nine I looked up to my nine and so it was comfortable. Very nice. Obey. Feminine Life I've felt. Spoilt To be honest, obviously, my nine drilled into me the proper values as well. with proverbs and all sorts of other things you know I I had to rights repeatedly better best never them rest till. My good is better. My better best things like that. But then I guess. Around the time you were twelve. So you like you stopped living with your grandmother like Yulia mom moved out. what happened was they there was larger a my mother married the lawyer we moved to my grandmother died. I didn't realize probably until much later in my life high much that'd affected me I felt responsible. I think from my grandmother's death for most of my life because obviously I was important to her and I wasn't there anymore and I couldn't after her and she died on then my my stepfather was. Very, cold I would say and violent. But that's very typical upbringing fifties because they'd come is war gentlemen. There was a lost friends some of them had seen that friends killed or relatives and So it was you know not surprising that those people were bringing up my generation went all the best balanced people in the world. What kind of I mean what kind of kid were you? What do you remember about how you responded to those circumstances? Did you I don't know retreat into yourself or did you act out? Did you fight with your mom? What do you remember or didn't fire my mom but I force a lot with my Stepdad physical fights and they would argue we would all argue. It was just I want to say unsatisfactory which doesn't side like this is like a strange word to use it but. Certainly when I came to build my own home I, for example, never locked the front door. You know I I make an effort on those smaller things that tell people that they wanted to. Careful. Kid were you at school? Are you could student? School was still difficult for. Really. Was it was just heart for you. I. Mean there were a lot of gangs. Gangs were normal in the fifties for for everyone there were lots of gang. So I went to the grammar school, which was the best school in. The top ten percents shoots went to the grammar school. Everyone's surprise when I got in. And then I wasted it while I. was there except that I did make friends and we were in particular gang where we could make. Bombs and things. Can. Make bombs. What we were the news like. PIPEBOMBS. They were we killing sugar bombs with batons permanganate. Glycerin Fuses also savings on we went making them for the IRA season, the Perron purposes to intimidate other gang.
Coronavirus cases rise as Europe begins to see second wave
"Europe's covid nineteen cases are spiking. Here's how four different countries are trying to stop a second wave by Melissa. A resurgence in covid nineteen cases as gripped countries across Europe leaving politicians grappling without a curb. The spread of the virus governments are now strengthening regulations around mask wearing limiting the number of people that can gather in public spaces and honing in on areas with particularly high numbers of cases. This week Europe experienced a record high number of new Corona virus cases reaching seventy one, thousand, three, hundred, sixty, five on September twenty first according to the European Center for Disease Prevention and control more than half of European countries have reported a greater than ten percent increase in the past two weeks. Hans clued the World Health Organization's Regional Director for Europe said at a briefing. Even countries that had largely avoided the first corona virus wave such as the Czech Republic are now seeing surges stricter regulations to try and curb the spread of the virus could remain in place for the entire winter in the United Kingdom, for example, where case rates are doubling by the week prime. Minister Boris Johnson announced new restrictions yesterday that could last six months warning that the country is at a perilous turning point. Many. Of the new restrictions however look different to those imposed at the beginning of the pandemic rather than implementing uniform nationwide regulations. Many countries are now opting for more localized approaches. Why are governments in Europe locking down by region. Countries are wary of nationwide lockdowns that would have crippling impacts on their economies. Local restrictions allow governments to curb the spread of the virus while keeping parts of the country and the economy open. But restrictions are also different this time because the nature of the pandemic itself has changed new infection clusters appear to be linked to younger people who are less likely to die of the virus. The result is that this latest surge of cases has so far been less deadly than the first back in March and less burdensome to healthcare services. Even if the number of cases are high, the impact in terms of hospitalization and deaths is very different compared to March says Dr Jacobo Mendiola Ross, the Director and coordinator of the committee responding to Corona Virus in Catalonia. Rather than calling for stay at home owners, many new restrictions, target bars, restaurants, or other public venues that young people may be more likely to frequent. But the new restrictions could change if older people began falling ill and greater numbers already, there has been a significant increase in the number of older people testing positive for the virus in France and Spain of the past two weeks leading to upticks in hospital admissions rising case numbers threatened to overrun hospitals and healthcare services if not managed carefully. We are not in the situation we were in March yet says, Dominic Costa Yulia, a member of the French Academy of Science and the Vice Dean of research for the Faculty of Medicine at the Sorbonne University. Here, how four European countries are responding to the recent surge of Corona? Virus. Spain. Spain has been facing a resurgence of covid nineteen cases since July and now has the highest infection rate in Europe. Over the past two weeks one, hundred, twenty, two, thousand, new covid nineteen cases have been reported with close to a third of cases occurring in Madrid the country's capital. The total number of confirmed cases now stands at more than six, hundred, forty, thousand and hospitals are reaching their maximum capacity. On, September Eighteenth eastbound de as a USO. The president of the Madrid region announced a partial lockdown of the thirty seven most affected parts of the region which came into effect on Monday the measures which affect close to eight hundred, fifty, thousand people many of whom live in the poorest parts of the city require individuals to provide justification for trips out of their neighborhoods and has limited the number of people allowed in restaurants or retail establishments. The News of the lockdown sparked protests in Madrid where hundreds gathered on. September twentieth the groups that organized. The protests said in a statement that the government has done little to protect vulnerable people in the city and have instead opted for stigmatisation exclusion and territorial discrimination. France. On September twelve French health authorities reported ten, thousand, five, hundred, sixty, one new cases the highest number since the pandemic began in March since then daily cases have risen to more than thirteen thousand, the cumulative number of covid nineteen cases is now at four, hundred, fifty, three, thousand, seven, hundred, sixty, three, and continues to rise. It has the second highest number of total cases in. Europe after Spain. The government has delegated the task of implementing new regulations to regional authorities. Currently, the outbreaks appeared to be occurring in certain locations and not in others and a nationwide lockdown would have unnecessary economic repercussions Prime Minister Jean Castex has said. In Paris, Marseille and Bordeaux. All major hot spots for the virus authorities have implemented local measures to curb the spread and Bordeaux and Marseille visits to care homes have been reduced. Dancing has been banned at bars, weddings, and local companies have been asked to make their employees work from home if possible in Marseille and Paris, the sale and consumption of alcohol on the streets after eight PM as been banned. Wearing a face mask and public is now mandatory across Paris and many of its surrounding areas riot police units, and gendarmes have been deployed to enforce these measures. However
Why US Open Day 4 Felt Like A Grand Slam
"Primarily, stay for an predictions are all over the place on earth has happened today I mean. I woke up this morning and his feeling pretty good about my life. In prediction therms. Was Thinking about. Yulia potency of somehow in the quarterfinals, she's still going Alexandra Sandwich one the daily thing for me today, and you know, and then Miller round which has gotten lost and he was in the semi finals. And who else lost today you Hannah concert I mean. What are these people doing? Don't understand? Well did you have been you McGrath Renewal Final David? No that didn't some people some foolish people someone days, I couldn't possibly name. It makes you feel any but I haven't. I haven't looked through everybody's submitted predictions but I rather suspect that at the very least meals roundish today his stunk up a lot of people's prediction dreams. Honestly why does everybody? What are we? What are we all fall for this week before the tournament results think. It's just irritating. It was all we had to go on day. There's been knows tennis six. Full. Well. We should know better. Is All I'm saying, well, it was summed up beautifully by A. tweet that. Hanging was it one of our tweets today? It was really good saying that thinking Oh Gobi Migori the maybe it's no surprise that she lost because she hasn't played any tennis of any kind in six months and then going Opitz photonic Barranca that beater hasn't played any kind of Tennis v three years. During the time she was birthing and raising a child. I did a double take when I saw her name in the draw. Because I'd completely forgotten that she announced that she was coming back to tennis because she did it on the day that tennis was shutdown back in. Time and was abysmal the actual day I. Think it was the day Miami got caught off that she announced she was coming back. I presume she she's not. A big believer in sort of divine signaling. Because if she were, he would probably take indication that you shouldn't bother. Yeah. Thank naming slightly bad that I didn't actually know that she'd been away. That seems to have passed me by somehow. I just like to say congratulations to Fontana Bronco who have always enjoyed watching play tennis I just thought she retired. Gaping hole you felt for the last three is quite a finger on what it was. Yeah I, mean I've put her in in the past I've put her in various quarterfinals that have just not come to fruition. So I've got a bit of a beam abundance about that. If anybody's wondering what all this predictions is about basically when we crowd fund our podcast, every December we have a predictions competition that our highest level backers can enter and lots of them did and we've had a wonderful competition and I was going to win it like I did last year. And then I'm not winning it because things are not going heads. So Yeah I don't know what to say. Really let's start with Peron cover over Maruta parameter loves fast tennis matches doesn't she and? Parole Garbin immigrants who I think she started the match quite well. Tiled away dramatically yes. She was up break Mugabe, Reuther, but this is what? Does. This is totally in keeping with what she's been doing throughout her whole career, which is occasionally just having having a run out of nowhere where she takes out some seeds she's beaten should beat Venus Williams impact tobacco Wimbledon's, and she's also beaten Venus Williams another slam. She's a bit of a seed killer She's got an incredibly flat backhand and forehand, which she will occasionally slice and ruth did. Did Not. Particularly like that I actually thought the competed pretty well I thought she. She paid okay. She wasn't awful an but. Really. Had A had a way to mess her up and. This was this was the kind of match that she came back for I. Think she said she was looking for these feelings again on a court. So it was it was nice from that perspective. McGrath came up with a great word in her press conference she said. She said, he needed to see where she was tennis typically. Which I wish I thought was brilliant and that's because she didn't play any warmup event to the US Open because of her the line call injury kept out of Lexington and also the western and southern open so As. Much as Catherine back to to get to the final I think I had earned my quarters or semis. It's perhaps awesome. Not that surprising that that she's gone out early especially when you consider she was up against. An opponent who can do this kind of thing
"yulia" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Okay. Here's the question. The Bahama and there with the question that one grammy some twenty years ago. It also got baseball fan stomping in the bleachers. But back to that central question who let the dogs out if you're Germany it better, be you twice a day totalling at least an hour of outdoor time that's according to a new proposal by Germany's Minister of Food and Agriculture Yulia Klockner, besides the requirement to exercise dogs outside of their Kennel or home for an hour a day the law would also make it illegal to keep dogs chained outside for long periods of time because it ain't nice and dogs can also go stir crazy. That's how I keep my busy when the weather sucks don't worry. We're playing the pull the road game he's totally gentle Frankie and I do walk and run a lot in Germany. There are a lot of dogs that need exercise one in every five Germans owns a dog that sixteen million pooches that should be out and about it's unclear how this proposal would affect dog owners. And Ministry officials clarified no one will be checking up actually enforcing the walking part of the law. Instead it seems that proposal may be directed mainly at breeders tightening restrictions on how many litters breeders are allowed to supervise at one time. The law also requires that they play with puppies for at least four hours a day seriously can I have that job because it sounds great But hang on. Hang on a minute to that dream because the German proposal has been met with some backlash on social media. Many opponents are saying it's an overstep by.
"yulia" Discussed on Q95
"Chicks defense, like 27. It was no he did last year. Oh, right. Sorry it has come up with it is by the restaurant. You're not allowed to go to the sushi restaurant you love. But you're not allowed to go. Oh, with their last night, Okay, Just being willing, It must have been out of the girls. Yeah, I don't know. Why, Anyway, is just what I wanted to a blind sushi. Okay? I didn't realize it was right there, Christi When you said he's not allowed to go to. I think you're you met. He got kicked out of a sushi restaurant. I was like, What the hell did he do this? You know what? Yeah, exactly. What did he do this time? It certainly is in the room of possibilities. You telling someone Yulia, There's a retail story. It's it's in. It's in the strip mall. You remember the restaurant closed down because he didn't like the broccoli and cheese soup. That's a true store. Just imaginative yelling. It's a poor server going. It's a soy sauce dish, not a bull. Okay, you don't need a whole Boyle. Ceramica, So no, I don't got a lot of great. I'm always very kind I gotta but they've got a butcher's block. So you don't you showing an opener? They wear the strip mall which strip mall it, Wass said. It's in a strip mall that's helpful. Because you knew that if mentioning what's Ribble was would just create confusion? Yes, And he would continue to talk about where the location was. Which wasn't what we were talking and he bullies his way into conversation. Nobody wants to talk to. You wanted to stay focused on the scoop itself. Yes, Okay. He's a great ice cream scoops, the other made by hot Co end of conversation. Your Honor, I Your your determination is I was right. Okay. Thank you very much. But if you tell someone, if you think where a retail location is, the location is the key to that fray and adult go all. There's a cut code location here in town. That's enough for me, eh? I'll find it. I'll do it on my own. I don't need directions Area. My problem comes Perhaps Tom wanted to know so that he could go there and buy us all ice creams at this price was a pretty generous man, you know, and then lorded over our heads for six mine by may not how about those iced although I must check on this one because my dad is the king of giving..
"yulia" Discussed on The English Journey Podcast
"And listen to the language and listened to mannerisms pronunciation, even tips like. Consuming all the time. If you really want to, you know, have this information ingrained into your brain and you will have forever so that you don't forget things like you mentioned when you really need them to me. The most enjoyable way of learning the language I self is a bad dijk fan of podcasts, and it's my daily retail really. The Lodge for me. In terms self. Content which is industry specific something new every time interesting conversations in English, and it comes so naturally and so effortlessly right I love podcast to. It's one of my favorite things to do when I drive when I clean like all the time. It's part of my daily routine for sure. Okay Yulia, let's get deep here. Overall. How has the English Language Really Changed Your Life? You know changes. The right worried I would even say that it was a game changer. Wow, and it still is because really I told you. It was my last minute decision to study English at the university. And now I feel like voice, a very bright intuitive choice, because begs na realized if I choose. Choose a specific Profession for example, a lawyer I wanted to become a lawyer. I would have had this O'Leary boss. You know to the lawyer. It would be clear that he needed to find a job. It becomes funny. Billion career. Think of a different industries may be by when you learn a language and he choose to make it into your profession. You, kind of see, but unity's. You'd get to learn more about different industries wearing knowing the language is a big advantage and so really lennon language was the smartest toy. Could homemade bed really and so. I just did remember how a started teaching. The language I would like it to work with a lot of companies because I was you know in external vendor and I guide on two different. Your today. I was introduced a variety of corporate colleges, and it could only be possible through a to-do through English through having these shed means of communication, because maybe representatives of those companies are not originally from Ukraine, and still even now as a work in these global company I feel absolutely at ease like whoever I meet I did not have to sink how to address this person. How destroyed a conversation because I know that there is one shed means that we already possess. Before which level of freedom diesel and also I realized that in many countries it may not be a problem, but here in Ukraine in order to read cool book, which is originally written in English sometimes, you have to wait for a while until it gets translated into cranium, and I did not have this problem at all. Because I can you read a regional books and I should not wait for a while, and also you get introduced to different ideas of I. Tend listening to your podcasts to any. English Figari I feel as barring of a big community and knowing only a native language will never give you this other junior team game changer it like in every field of my life, best in a life is well making friends. I did not feel varies annual imitation to befriend in it. Best in from Australia Canada are in Zealand. Several guys if you of feel that she cannot find enough motivation. Come on. There are so many reasons to Laszlo many, and so, how does in garage kind of help with this help? Change lives all this very beautiful phrasing. Thank you for that..
"yulia" Discussed on The English Journey Podcast
"English Enoch Ace but what can come out of it and once again there is no universal cheap, because everyone is driven by sentencing, so decide what it is for yourself a you hear me tell a lot about communities because this is what I'm fashion, a devout. Educator, what I did awhile ago I started a new course which is based on a book delivering happiness away, he commended, and so, what did we connected the social experience with the leading the language and to me it was a really selfish initiative, because I love the book, and they wanted to discuss it with someone in so to me. The English language itself became a tool because this is how I could attract and wind audience, so think what could be the project what would be the goal where English would be a tool? And if he cannot think of something new to add to your routine fame, what they're res already in your routine. Your daily that could be done in English for example. If you have any kind of a diary may be crowded. You'd practice. Maybe even check in with someone who speaks English. Someone who you communicate on a daily basis decide that you will do it in English from now one or at least sometime in tensile, you will white kids own. Maybe you look for some recipes on the Internet! Why not do it in English a workout? Why are they? So saying how you can imbed English into your existing routine or maybe create something new something that will drive you, and it would be just the best match once again. There is no universal cheap. It must be something yours really like that, because it's a way of also utilizing your time right because you can mix your passions, and you can mix your hobbies and also throw in an extra challenge like learning the language in addition to doing the things you already love. There's a quote. I always I always say this to myself. To is just a beer. Beer biggest competitor be your biggest challenge. Our challenge yourself every single day to be better than you were yesterday..
"yulia" Discussed on The English Journey Podcast
"Her clients become more comfortable and confident english-speakers and communicators Yulia understands how English is a tool that can actually allow us to explore the world and be more effective in our work. Yulia will discuss these topics as she shares her own journey, her advice and tips to thrive with English. Let's get into this episode. He Julia. Thank you so much for coming on the this week. How are you doing? Thank you mean, thank you, everyone who is listening. I Know Humboldt and I feel excited about what's Commie so I'm really happy to sharing some the vice and do really my personal story. This is something you highlighted in your intro. I believe with most valuable thing we can sharing together Yay. I'm excited. Okay. I already did give a mini intro, but maybe could you tell our listeners a little bit more about yourself? You know irritation people. Ask Me this question. I think one worried. I would like stake in the memory airy, one whom I need because freely. You may easily associate me ways, lenny because it is happened so that around s ago I made. Made these last minute decision to into university away I majored in English. And then you know as anyone leading the language, one of the most old various ideas what to do next in life is teaching the language and I hope you will have a chance to tell worry about that. So this is how I started I started my career as an English teacher, and then I discovered so many wolf, but unity's that come along with that and I ended up working in global equity. Company is a very big Ellen de department, which stands for learning and development, helping my team develop competences that go beyond just teaching and so my job title sounds Finey. Khameini Because, the. Competence Manager! So, it's not a thing you imagine when you think of your future career goals. I could never imagine this job title in so Amazon. Nelson you brought. In garage that you've already mentioned it dissolves about learning..
"yulia" Discussed on The First Degree
"yulia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"This fixer upper has so much renovation potential while some see a snug cabin in a pine tree you see an opportunity for expansion by slamming your face into it repeatedly hope woodpecker yes that's right you'll never feel like an empty nester in this environmentally sustainable penthouse made from regurgitated bark homeowners will enjoy resting in paper like cells after a long day of terrorizing humans interesting how about hints it's not the kind with boat shoes David sorry that was not helpful they have stingers Yulia could it be a bees in a behind with their singers and their regurgitated would then walls the reason I'm sorry I'm sorry that's so weird I want to say yes but I can't hold it can you steal no idea we were looking for the nastier version of a B. I guess you could say a wasp that's why yeah they just staying and staying and staying and staying and staying and then just flying off yeah they're stupid boat shoes are you sick of the internet mislabeling you is a dramatic chipmunk well move away from your troubles to the trendy north American grasslands this space has an underground tunnel system that sleep several hundred cone shaped mounds of soil at the entrances provide a stunning view of nearby predators hope dog yeah you got it yeah this is your last clue this subterranean co op requires its members to work but numerous inter connected chambers are worth it situated near steps from an unguarded human picnic hope in.
"yulia" Discussed on Scale The Podcast
"Hey everybody Danny Ramsay here and I've got got a great interview today. We are talking to Yulia Yanni a real atom and I'm really excited about this one because she is basically one of the leaders in commercial real estate world property tax is what we're going to be talking about today Yulia. Thanks for joining us today. Thank you so much for inviting. I'm very excited to be on the show today. Yes yes yes okay. And if you're listening right now you know my desk what we do. Is We add value by providing talented virtual assistance. So you can scale and grow your business if you stick to the end. We're going to be giving away a copy of our book which has helped hundreds of thousands of people kick but in the real allstate world in the mortgage world in the commercial world. And we're going to give that away for free at the end if you're here with us so Yulia let's dive in. Let's let's hear a little bit about your story because number one. Your Co founder of the business number two obviously your woman in the commercial space which is awesome awesome. Because that means you know you're in there fighting US guys all the time and it's probably it's probably a very cool place to be right. It is a very cool place. Nice to be an come on. We're not fighting with very soft. We basically charge when you guys were a bunch of a bunch of dumb guys. I get it I get it okay. You'll talk to us about how you started Real Adam and what it is. You're you're kind of origin story. Let's let's give the audience a little understanding of who you are and what you do. Yeah absolutely really. Latham is a platform for commercial real estate lending industry and what we do with basically digitize the loan process I everything from the lawn application loan memorandum's to sending To multiple landers to get in collander votes in the organized manner. But what we really did did. Is We put mortgage brokers. This is our initial customers. I am the the lenders on the same platform in dodge the things it's captures the data around the transactions and the centralized centralizers.
"yulia" Discussed on The Helping Actor Podcast
"If you plan B, that's you might rename that. It's like, that's what's gonna that's what you're bringing it. You're gonna like the fun since your life. I I think it's really I'm I try and work in have a practice in my life that I don't use thinking like, oh, I don't want this to happen. I don't wanna have thinking in my head. That's like alive don't succeed or I don't wanna be this age haven't done this. I I'm trying always make my thinking as positive as possible. That is not like this is hard. It's hard China. Don't do it. It's a practice. I have to catch myself. It's very exhausted. Like it. Definitely. I'm not like someone really do the so. Well, but I do actively try end say to myself to think very probably of the instead of saying don't do want this. Because if you. The university doesn't understand do don't. They just hear writing. They just hear that into than they're gonna like it's going to deliver. You that action? Even if you didn't want 'cause you might funding. Stunning sun-seeking, absolutely any few. I love that apply. So other anything to wish you would have let sooner vow the profession before going. I don't I don't know. I feel like everything comes out you in the time of this will come at you. I think I would have. Likes to tell myself to stop to like, your weight is never gonna be a comment. I would compare a lot people onscreen were lake size zeros and be like the only reason I'm not looking as 'cause I'm not as euro. That's not fucking case. I think that that would probably be my my main thing would be to talk to myself to talk younger people to be like comfortable in who's yelich just deciding to try and lose a ton of weight or like fucking obsessing over your weight is not conducive, mid not helpful. It's not gonna do anything for you. It's also the reason you're not looking. And I think I learned that this year, it probably would have aided learn it higher too. But also everything happens happens. Do you think being a creator is just as important as being enough to like? Being over straight your own work. Is that something that you think is is vital? Yulia? Yeah. I do think. I mean, I people who are just like you just waiting for the phone to ring. And you're like you just waiting for someone to book your next job. I don't know. I kind of just like. How are you going to be set by? I think in my sense. I don't I haven't really I don't really like write my own scripts and then make my own thing. I will if you just haven't come to that point by life husband felt were Gannex for me. She's back my back. I would. But in terms of like being a creator beaten, actor, I think that it's really important to be creative in sunset lake. You create in whatever media in whatever platform, whatever medium it is. Whether it's like for me, it's writing poetry a lot for me. It's dancing all of those affiliate creative outlets for me that are separate from acting. But then again lead into each other -absolutely, I think that if you categorize yourself, I've just an actor an I just work for my new gen I dunno. I just don't it doesn't. Maybe it works for some people..
Polls open in Ukraine's presidential election
"On Sunday Ukrainians, you'll get a chance to fix that. When they vote in a presidential election and his NPR's Lucian, Kim fines anybody's guess who will win Ukraine's president petro. Parsh- Anco has a problem after five years in office, his popularity is in the cellar. That's because a low level war against Russian-backed fighters continues in eastern Ukraine, while his promises of your Radicati corruption and poverty remained largely unfulfilled. Although it's unlikely any of the thirty nine presidential candidates will win more than fifty percent in Sunday's election. It's not at all certain that partial will even make it to a run-off between the top two vote getters the president's campaign manager or Freenet puts on a brave face Bush on you book. No. Says internal polling shows the incumbent will comfortably get to the second round says a corruption scandal rocking portion goes inner circle is a distraction intended to divert attention from the president's progress in cleaning up the government. One of Pershing coz main challengers is a familiar face in Ukrainian, politics, Yulia Timoshenko, a fiery politician who has now given up her trademark braid for trendy glasses. Just a few steps from the president's office in central Kiev stance. Alexander, dude, Nick. Retired
"yulia" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"I'm Lucy ash and this week I'm in a quiet corner of western Ukraine tensions flared here after neighboring Hungary began handing out Hungarian passports, some of accused the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Alban of trying to create a breakaway state here. Ukraine has suffered five years of war on its eastern border. Is it now also facing trouble in the west that's assignment after the news. BBC news with Rosemary creek. President Trump has used his first rally since the end of the investigation by the special counsel, Robert Muller to claim that his political opponents used the probe to try to illegally seized power addressing a rally. Mr. Trump said what he called the collusion. Delusion was over the head of the US border agency says that the country's southern frontier is facing an unprecedented humanitarian crisis Kevin michelina said the worst area was around El Paso, where holding centres were full and open air service of national remembrance has taken place in New Zealand for the people shot dead by a far-right gunman in two mosques. The prime minister Justin Darden said New Zealand was not immune to the virus of hate. But could be the nation that found the cure on the day that Britain was due to leave the EU. The government is again putting its withdrawal deal before parliament in a last-ditch apparent attempt to break. The deadlock NPR's have twice rejected it, but this. Time will vote only on the withdrawal agreement not on the future political relationship between London and Brussels. Three hundred thousand women around the world almost all of them in developing countries are dying every year as a result of having caesarean sections. According to a new study in the Lancet, researchers analyzed data from twelve million pregnancies campaigning for the first round of Ukraine's presidential election ends today with a comedian taking the lead in opinion polls. Leninsky is widely known for playing the role of president in a popular television series. The current president petro per Shangqiu is battling to make the second round along with the former prime minister and darling of the orange revolution. Yulia timoshenko. Norway has signed an agreement with Chile to return thousands of artifacts..
Comedian Zelenskiy leads poll in Ukraine presidential election
"The presidential election in Ukraine will take place on the thirty first of March. And there are now forty four contenders. Including the incumbent, petro partial to people called Y tu Michenko, one of him used to be the prime minister on the comedian who plays the president in poplar Ukrainian television program. Let's hear from Christopher Mila journalists in Kiev, Krista. Thanks for joining us. I can we start with this comedian Vladimir Zilenski who is he. Alinsky is a very very popular. Funny, man, comedian TV show actor and stand up comedian. He actually leads a comedy group here that tours around the country and has been doing so for many years, and he kind of earned his fame that way and eventually led to a television program, which is called servant of the people in which he plays history teacher who becomes president overnight after a video of him kind of railing against corruption goes viral online, and he he becomes he becomes president and works over the course of the first season to root out corruption and plays this kind of honest character. And he's now going to piggy backing off of off of that that character that he plays in his own campaign. And he's he's he's kind of saying that, you know, I'm parallel to this to this. Character which equals vessel, and he saying that called Baroda and Zilenski are more or less the same kind of person. And it seems to be working because he's currently at the top of of of all independent polls in Ukraine, and and and certainly is shaping up to do very well in the first round of elections. So he's campaign line as you say is that he says the value of the man he pays on television. Does does he stand for anything else? What else is he is? He pro you know, that's one thing that he's very unclear about, you know, interestingly in place of providing specifics, and and more or less a platform. He's actually been using his large following on social media to more or less crowd source his platform and his perspective cabinet. Should he be elected president? So just two days ago actually yesterday morning. He. Posted a video of himself. Speaking to his two point seven million followers on Instagram saying, aren't you? Tired of presidents appointing. They're cronies to positions of power. Why don't you tell me who you would like to see for the prime minister of Ukraine, the position of the chief of the security service in defense ministry in foreign ministry. So he's kind of taking this this populist approach and appealing to Ukrainians who are more less rather more disenchanted with old faces in politics and are looking for new faces. And what about the incumbent PECH Persian has become more popular again recently? It's not. Yeah. You know, after after slipping in the polls late last year, you had a couple of pretty big political winds in January February the first being the formation of the new independent Ukrainian Orthodox church. And this is this is a new church that is broken away from the Russian Orthodox church. And you know, it was more more of a sort of nationalist move. And that that really gave him a bump in the polls in January. The second thing was was just a couple of weeks ago when he managed to get parliament to a two to approve an amendment to Ukraine's constitution to include the countries aspirations to join the EU in NATO and following those two victories. He he did see a bump in the polls that put him above the former prime minister Yulia Timoshenko and just behind Vladimir Dolinsky. So he's he's been writing a pretty nice way for the past couple of weeks. The real challenges is going to be to to carry that for the next thirty days until until the election and actually took a bit of a head overnight. When a group of investigative journalists published.
"yulia" Discussed on KGO 810
"One zero we're going to talk about governor Newsom state of the state address huge announcements that just went down state Senator Scott Weiner is going to join me here in about twelve minutes. We'll get into that for sure, but you know, housing is actually part of what the governor and state Senator Weiner are working on and we have horrific issues of housing, an income inequality, and poverty and homelessness. And there's a very interesting twist in all of this as as was reported in the East Bay times the other day tipping power point community. San Francisco based nonprofit is teaming up with Robin Hood, the largest poverty-fighting nonprofit in New York City to work on this. And joining me on the phone is Nisha Patel, managing director narrative changing national initiatives for robinhood Nisha. Thank you so much. Coming on the show today. Thank you for having me. And by the way in today's paper. It only gets worse. We find out that we've actually lost over two thousand subsidized affordable homes in the five county bay area since one thousand nine hundred ninety seven. This is a huge traumatic problem that we are facing in the bay area. How so what is what is New York organization like yours doing to to help us out here? It's a great question one that I've been getting a lot. And so when Robin Hood botched are Yulia, which was called nobility. Wow. Which stands for learning. And actually, that's tipping point was the very first phone calls that we made because we decided as we want to learn into this space of mobility, and what we mean by mobility, so -bility up an out of poverty, we wanted to do it in partnership, and we wanted to do it in partnership with like minded organizations because we know that poverty housing affordability. It's certainly a problem in New York City, but it's not exclusive to the work. It's one of the best places that we thought we could learn with was in the bay area. And the reason that we reached out to Daniel worry is that he actually founded tipping point as an organization modeled after Robin Hood. And so the way we work is we we don't actually deliver the services ourselves we worked with an amazing set of partners spooky work on the ground and Daniel actually early in his career worked at for us work with us at Robin, hip, New York. And cook that model back to the bay area. And so as we go into this. We wanted to do our learning and a set of diverse, but given just a affordable housing crisis. That y'all have in the bay area are thought what you know, if we can figure out solutions that work there, then they're going to be applicable to so many other parts of the country. Okay. This this is really important. So you guys are are learning to try and figure out the best ways to help people trying to rephrase to make sure I understand to help people. Yeah. As you said, mobility, move out of grow up and out of and I don't mean grow in the very positive euphemistic way growing away from poverty and out of these very desperate situations that we have affecting such a large percentage of the population here in the bay area. That's exactly right. So we look at what the federal government fix about as poverty. Right. They set a subtle why? And it's unbelievable. The most people on that committee of your listeners to hear that for a family of four about twenty six thousand dollars a year. So can you imagine like two adults and two children trying to make it on that amount of money and afford housing in a place, like New York at a place like the bay area and most places, but particularly in our communities, right? And so what we're saying is family of the household, isn't that situation? What's it gonna take to actually move up into a situation where they can have a better life but themselves, right? And how do we create those pamphlets? This is such an important conversation. Nisha Patel is joining me on the phone right now. So okay, help me understand. What exactly it is that you guys are doing? So you are you you're working with local organizations to determine what may be has worked. What is working help me understand that just a little bit better? Yeah. That's exactly right. We think of got to come up from the local community level. And you'll be wanting later this spring will be making some some grants. Some investments little local organizations to to look at the data. And so we've got new data that weren't available nationally until the fall, but look at specifically even down to the local neighborhood, some track level where the big gap our children who are boarded the poverty and for what populations and data important. But but our washy is that that's not enough data. Don't tell you the full story. Equally important is the perspective of people community residents living in that community experiencing poverty today. And so we're. Gonna be asking what have get done partners asking them to actually want a really thoughtful process that brings together data and brings together that level perspective, go through a planning process for about nine months and come back to us. Our partners at chip in quite and our other funding partners and proposed to us. If they'd like to implement so the solutions have got to come up from the community informed. Those by data entry experience. So one of the one of the concerns that I've encountered over the many years of addressing things like homelessness and income inequality in housing issues here in the greater bay area. A Nisha Patel is joining me on the phone is that there are members of the community who have a very different view on how to address these issues. Right. And and and maybe don't even think that it is an issue that we need to be talking about how do you overcome some of those barriers maybe that we find within our own communities, you I'm so glad you asked that question you at the top. You're either you introduce me my title, which is managing director for narrative changing NAFTA. This is the national initiative the narrative change pieces is designed to address exactly that. Right. So across the country. We have a number of inaccurate stories that we all tell ourselves about why we have poverty. Why poverty exists right? And there are some. People who will say, well, you know, we have poverty poverty. It's you know, they've got no one but themselves to blame light. And so why should we have a nonprofit or down that program that set up to assist people? If it's, you know, kind of their on FOX, and I think that starts to fall apart pretty quickly when you start to look at the data. Right. And I think you can see it for the recent government shutdown the large number of people many of us who are one or two paychecks away from poverty, and what you start to see it's not just a few people. It's actually, you know, in some cases majority of people that are on that precipice, and what we know about poverty is it it sucks. All right. And so you can get above that twenty five now making say twenty six thousand one dollars are you really out of poverty, or like are you going to be backed down there next week? Right. We've got to have a much more systemic approach to a solution to a systemic problem. All right Nisha before we run out of time. I just wanted to know if I'm hearing your voice, and I wanna learn more about what you guys are doing. How do I learn more? How do I get involved? If I want to get involved or how do I help if I wanna help? Yeah. No..
Ihor Kolomoisky: Still Throwing His Weight Around
"Mr. Kalomo ski denies. He did anything wrong and in his bid for revenge. He's determined to bring down Ukraine's president petro. Pora shaneco miss clinic tells me the oligarchy has thrown his weight behind two-time loser. Yulia Timoshenko and Mr.. Linski their ideal scenario, would it be to have both Alinsky a comedian. And you let Timoshenko whom he likes to be in the second round of the presidential elections. It means that voters will choose who the president will be Cullum, whiskey number one. Number two. I'm sure you've heard that people say, the you are just a puppet of ego. Being put forward as his candidates at the Brown. I'm not Columbus skis puppet. I wouldn't be any of these people's puppet. If you're a man of principles. Yes, why are you working for a man who the anti corruption? Authorities say has stolen all this money from the people of this country. See a gun on us. All the TV channels here belong to all the guards. And all the big companies to doesn't mean all Ukrainians all forty million who walk there have no principles most opinion polls show Ukraine's president Porsche Inco in real danger of crashing in the first round, some of the more recent even shows Alinsky in first place and Timoshenko not far behind if that turns out to be the case, there will no doubt be some very loud laughter coming from Ukraine's oligarchy next sil- eager
‘We Lost Everything,’ Says U.K. Police Officer Poisoned in Novichok Attack
"Spy say guy script pal and his daughter Yulia in the English city of Salisbury earlier this year with the nerve agent Novi Chuck now, the police officer who was also poisoned with Novacek during the script scruple investigations has spoken publicly for the fast time detective sergeant Nick Bailey told the BBC's panorama programme that when doctor said he had the nerve agent in his system. He was petrified. Jane Corbin reports in March earlier this year, so three became the epicenter of a deadly attack to Russian assassins were sent to kill former Russian spy Sergei script. Now with lethal nerve agent, Novi Chuck he and his daughter Yulia discovered critically ill in the city centre. One of the police officers investigating the crime would become a victim too. You had to make sure that there was no other casualties in the house. It was vital for us to find out. What actually happened to them? Detective sergeant Nick Bailey was the first person to go to the scribbles home that night. He was wearing a full forensic suit. When he entered the house and everything appeared normal wants to come back from the house. The script was house. My my eyes pink Cuba's like pinpricks, and I was quite sweaty. And hot time, I put that down to being tired and stressed Nick Bailey to had come into contact with the Novacek, it's like oil sinking into porous surfaces and it spread by touch. Just a few milligrams can kill it only took a day for Nick to realize something was badly wrong. Everything was shuttering a very very unsteady of my fate. The sweating had gone from my forehead downward back. Mojo body was just dripping with sweat must've been pretty frightening for you. Yes. It was it was it was horrendous. I was just confused. I didn't know what was going on. And it was really really frightening. Detective sergeant Bailey recalls the moment in hospital. He was told what had poisoned him. They said you have this novel. Chalk this navigation in your blood system. What was your reaction confusion? I didn't understand how it happened scared because it's fair the nine because it's such a dangerous thing to have in your system knowing how the other two were how badly they'd been affected by it. I was petrified. It took two weeks for the police investigation to discover that the nerve agent had been sprayed on the front door handle of the scribbles home. But it took the death of dawn Sturgis to work out. How it got there her partner Charlie Rowley who also became ill had found the perfume bottle used to smuggle the substance into Britain the detective leading the investigation deputy assistant Commissioner dean Hayden. There was a significant. Amount of novato contained within the bottle. How many people could have been killed by that it's difficult to say, you know, probably into the fire zones. The amount that was in the bottle and the way it was applied to the script was ham address was completely breakfast. Detective sergeant Bailey unwittingly, contaminated his police station, his car and his home his family can no longer live there. My I describe as the motion of battering, and the psychological impact is is taking longer to deal with just because of everything that's happened to us and not only did we lose the house. We lost without possessions. Everything the kids we lost to that the cows. We lost everything. The UK government has blamed Russia for the attack. But Russian authorities deny any involvement, Jane Corbin, ending that report there of the a detective sergeant Nick Baylis just
IBM, Leicester City and Thailand discussed on All Of It
"To all with Crystal Palace. Iran. Thrashed Real Madrid five one in L classic with the future of manager Yulia. And is now in serious doubt rail now ten in Lalita and in baseball Boston Red Sox the wraps on a dominating season with a five one win over the Los Angeles Dodgers in game five of the World Series. The Red Sox are killed their full title in fifteen years James more from James in twenty five minutes. In the meantime, let's talk about the computer giant IBM spending thirty four billion dollars to buy a software company that gives away its products for free business presented this morning. In Hong Kong is Andrew would Andrew what's this all about? Well, he doesn't give away all of the products for free. It gives away the key products. You remember the old thing they used to say is if you give them an official feed him for a day, if you give them if you teach a man to fish and you'll feed him for life. The capitalist version is you can also sell him fishing equipment. You can sell him magazines fishing. You can send him about theme holidays and conferences, and it's a bit like that with red hat, which is the company that IBM is board at the key to its business is the Lennox operating system which has been around for a couple of decades now, and it's no fun source software, and it's free. It's basically being put together by volunteers. So the problem is with the with the software is that because it's being put together volunteers. There isn't really anything like a company you can ring up or help desk. If you've got problems with Lennon's so company like red hat comes in and says, well, we'll solve your problems with lenox. We'll we'll adapts it. If you need it be we can debunk it. We come come connect you to other computer systems, and so on so red hat makes a lot of money out of that. It's also into cloud computing as well now IBM is the deal is worth thirty four billion IBM's worth. About one hundred ten billion on the stock market. So this is quite a big deal in terms of expanding the size of IBM rather. It's quite a big big takeover that might take a bit of time to digest IBM gets access to an awful lot more technology services. And traditionally IBM was very very good at coming up with big computers and lots of software and selling them a rather renting them to people. And so in a way, this is actually going backwards to what the IBM was like thirty forty years ago. Very good at coming up with software, which you can sell services rented out in effect, pay subscriptions and get cash again. And again and again. Yes. So IBM kind of coming full circle. Thank you. Andrea. That's our business presented this morning. Andrew would and as you may have had in the news throughout the last couple of days funds of LeicesteR Leicester City football club in Britain has confirmed. The chairman of the club died when his helicopter crushed outside the stadium on Saturday evening. All four people on board were also killed. Funds have been laying clubs shots and messages of support. Also the team stadium. Mr. VJ as was famously helped to put together a team which ton Waldron at one of the Premier League in two thousand sixteen at odds of five thousand to one at tell us more bottom and how he made his fortune that ended up in LeicesteR city's George McCloud who's a political risk consultant based in Bangkok. And you started his business is all right, George. Yes. That's correct. Now, would you would you say that he was immensely wealthy? He was he was a extremely wealthy businessman. His net worth was estimated at over three three billion US three point three billion. And speaking to my colleague Jonathan head not too long ago. He says that he wasn't that. Well known. In Thailand until he bought Leicester City. No, he was you know, he I I would say he was a figure of some controversy as well. He he he obtained a very lucrative duty free concession for Thailand's airports, which obviously did attract attention, but. His his acquiring of of the Leicester City football club sort of propelled him to to a new level, you know, locally as well, obviously internationally and what we've seen with other. Thai wealthy people. Not least should know what ended up in politics, but he stayed out into. Well, you know, formerly speaking he did. But behind the scenes, he's he's he's been incredibly active, politically, I'd say that that he stands apart in that sense. A lot of businessmen in Thailand try to deliberately steer clear of politics. He's been very active financing various sides of the political spectrum depending on I guess who's in power at the time. He's switched sides a number of times, then proved very dexterous at at navigating the difficult political system here, why Lester city of all the teams why did he pick it? Well, I mean for for one thing it was you know, it was an underdog team. And I think he set his sights on on, you know, wiping it into shape, which which he did very well. I mean, the shows a high level of sort of business acumen on his part and. It was very much a down de project. He he's as I say very wealthy, but he doesn't come from one of the legacy wealthy families here. And he was always struggling to gain acceptance in those circles, and I think acquiring that football club was partly intended for for that level of acceptance. So how will ties be reacting to his death? Well, there's obviously shock over this grief over this because he is possibly, you know, the the only figure in this country that's managed to internationalize himself to that degree. But you know, of course, I don't think people are in the under any illusions that they that he has been a figure of controversy as well. Good to talk to you. Thank you very much for sharing your thoughts with us. We've been speaking to George McLeod who is a political risk consultant based in Bangkok. So.
Poisoning suspect is highly decorated Russian colonel, investigative group says
"The British investigative group. Belling cat says it has identified one of the two suspects in the poisoning of an ex Russian spy as a highly decorated Colonel of the Russian military intelligence agency, GRU Belen cat said Wednesday that the suspect whose passport name was Roussillon Bushehr off is in fact, Colonel Anatoly Chipita Britain has charged him and another suspect Alexander Petrov with trying to kill Russia next. Spicer gay strip ball and his daughter Yulia Soviet-designed nerve agent, Novi Chuck and the city of Salisbury on March fourth Russia has fiercely denied any involvement in the