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Fresh update on "paris" discussed on Ringer FC
"If they let her go, but going into that tournament. All of those players need to be playing regularly if weighs England. I've got a chance of doing it. You don't want best England sitting on Chelsea's bench coming on every now and then on England's bench coming. She needs to be playing regularly because if she's playing regularly, she brings a different energy upfront. She's a harder runner. She's a more aggressive runner. She, you know, she can she can she can score goldsman at that level given the opportunity. If you had to pick your front today today, if you had to put your front, the squad gets picked tomorrow, who's going? Your front three. For England. Yeah. Kirby's got to be in there. Yeah, but the thing is is that I think that on film right now right now. And you should pick I picked Beth mead on there. I'd pick I'd probably pick Ellen white simply because it simply caused beef England isn't playing regularly enough. And we're talking about England. Alicia Russo is like she's doing a man like, but she's still developing and ebony salmon. She needs to so you probably still pick Ellen white, and this is why those girls have got to start playing. And then obviously Laura Lauren hemp over on the left. For me, plays for the next ten years. Solid. But you see where Frank Kirby, Frank cub again, Frank Kirby's the kind of where is Frank Kirby's position in the England side? Yeah. You know, I believe that someone like Jordan knobs should be in the squad as well. She didn't pick Jordan knobs Serena which I found very peculiar, but she picked Jill Scott is not gonna play. Carol wush has just come back from injuries. She's straight back in, which is rightly so. She's the only player we've got the plays like she plays. And to be honest, she's easily one of the best holding midfielders and keepers of the ball. She's just an unbelievable footballer to watch care of walls. So she has to play and she has to come in, but for her not to pick Jordan Jordan knobs and say that she's not playing enough game and playing and she's bringing Jill Scott who's not playing enough games. Really is one of those things that makes me feel like really, you know what I mean? Just bring just, you know, it's like, you know, it's a bit, you know what I mean? Simply because you're talking about somebody who's got an injuries, that's some injuries fought away back. Jonas Jonas said that she's ready to go. She's ready to go. Bring her in the squad, have a chat to us. See how she is give her the vibe of the energy that listen. I've forgotten you because how do you think you freed if your children knobs right now? I can't get into this spot if we can just got and she's not playing. It's hard. You know what I mean? It's really tough. Management. Motivated. That's tough. And it's not just on that note of motivation and psychology. I want to go back to the flowers because this revenge tool that will witness him from Beth mead. So smoking. I don't know about you. Yeah. And I like honestly, when people used to doubt me, the fuel it used to give me. And that's not always a good thing. It's not always a good thing because it depends on who you are. Because you always said that you needed like you needed something. Yeah, but to what end? Once you've got the revenge, then what? You're just a flower. It needs to be intrinsic. It needs to come from you to be able to show rather than it being external things like, oh, I'm going to get this guy on the shoulder. At what point? Once you've shown him that he did, now what do you see what I'm saying? It's double sided because it was the revenge of it, but then it was also the element of, okay, also bringing a lot of attack and teller. That's cool. I'll show that you can bring all of this talent, but I'm still gonna be still that girl. We've best made in the way she's just going about it. It's like even also, I went to watch I also consider and they played Nikita Paris in front of her. They played Nikita Paris in front of her again, the other day. And I don't think it's right at the moment with the way she started the season. I watched the key minute. I'm not seeing enough in product right now. I'm not seeing it yet. Hopefully chill. She'll get to that level, but while you've got someone like Beth mead, who is coming on and just doing it, why isn't she playing? She has to be starting. You know, it's demoralizing. And I'm glad that she got a hatchet and she's getting all the love. And that's why Beth me is getting flowers because for any little boys little girls out there. Sometimes And you think yourself, this isn't fair. It's not fair. But then you fix yourself, you know what I'm gonna do? As long as I'm in and around it, I'm gonna show them. I'm gonna show them. I'm not gonna continue to show them until they can not ignore me because what it does. It makes Nikita Paris unfortunately for her when she goes back to arsenal, which I watched her against ever and I didn't think she had a very good game. I watched her for England and she flashed a little bit..
66 million-year-old triceratops skeleton, world's biggest, goes for $7.7M
"The biggest Triceratops skeleton in the wild nine is big John has been sold for seven point seven million dollars to a private collector in Paris the enormous skeleton estimated to be over sixty six million years old was found in twenty fourteen in South Dakota big John names off to the owner of the land where it was found is certified by the Guinness world records as the largest documented skeleton of a Triceratops at twenty three feet long the seven point seven million dollar price tag was a record for Europe although it was bought by U. S. buyer who wished to remain anonymous last year a Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton reached almost thirty two million dollars in an auction in New York becoming the most expensive console at the sold I'm
Fresh update on "paris" discussed on Unreserved Wine Talk
"Like it's very bright. Obviously at his highest city pick early for pet not generally pick early sparkling wine. Okay committee tastes the semione semion. Has this weird. If i describe it as case yellow just tastes like a yellow test like straw and it tastes like buttered toast. I but sourdot a little bit. It tastes yellow yellow. Yeah no i like that. I think patents or really good with food. Same things champagne would be nice with so fried food fried chicken fish and chips. That sort of thing. We eat a lot of fish and chips in australia. It's kind of a national food. I can imagine it would cut through gorgeous. The grease and fat. Yeah that'd be great. Well i've got another one here. That is a field blend from trail estate and it has got so much stuff in it. It's no sulfur added lots of particular here. Yeah trailer state is a pet stockists. That's so cool. Oh that's great. You can see all this stuff yet. They make some wonderful wines in definitely. It's a natural line. I would think from the definitions you've given us. I love field. Blends field blends really special. Yeah and that's when they're mixing all the different grapes again traditionally because winemakers didn't know what was out there they were just throwing everything together right and it's a great way to make wine. It achieves like a very special kind of balance and beautiful color. Yes while it's delicious. It has a lot of stuffing it most savory. I just sometimes find it hard to describe it. It's yeah do you see any difference between natural winds and rob lines or they kinda two name so the same thing. Yeah so the name question that debate occasionally pops up and it is a good debate. People have problems with the idea of not troll. Wine people have problems with all of the names. I mean you sort of pick whichever one works for you. I say natural wine because it prompts people to ask. The question isn't all wine natural and then you can say no. It's not and i think that is a good thing. I think it's a good conversation starter of also just never really found the only other term that i like is living wines. Living lines is really precise like it goes back to what we were talking about earlier. The wine actually being like alive or in french they would say vault which is a lovely word and so you can say whatever you want you can say raw lines. I know people say pure naked. I would not go with clean lines. That is more of a marketing term created by. I think cameras and other candidate is. Yeah yeah that caused another uproar in the industry. Which is i think you pointed out something very smart whereas natural lines are more about the production like how the farming is done the clean wiser about consumption occasion like i'm doing self-care with my thin semi yoga and my my clean wine. Sins out of my body. Yes and the the irony. Because i mean if alcohol anyway and look. I don't think we should be claims. That alcohol is healthy or one way or the other but natural. Wine is quite light on the pallet. And it's generally unless it's from a very warm region it's generally lower and alcohol. That's nice going back to the whole. Hemingway thing on having a bit of wine at lunch is a quote. I share in my book and he talks about how it would be strange to have a nice meal without wine or cider. That's where i'm at. You know like we eat food that is grown with a lot of care. Some of it's grown on our farm or nearby and the wine matches that and it's all considered us part of a relaxing help full lifestyle. There's days when. I don't have anything to drink. I asked coffee on some days. Like i think we all have our own threshold for finding balance but sure absolutely no. That's great so if you were describing your memoir to someone how would you describe it in a nutshell. I think it's a little bit of a coming of age story. It's how i sort of found myself through natural wine. When i discovered natural wine i was waitressing and working. I think at least one other job and studying fiction writing. And i was definitely very excited about what i was doing but i was quite lost personally. And that's definitely described in detail in a few scenes in the book. I think in the romantic relationships that are choosing to ban. And i think i found something to latch onto that i knew would lead me to a better place and it was natural wine and i could have written a book that was a bit more journalistic and i didn't because i thought in the end that my personal story would get the point across that i wanted people to understand. It brings people to the loire valley. Where i work harvest with domain moss. A really really amazing family and it brings people to the wind bars of paris which is a very central part of natural wine culture. The natural one bars in paris and it brings people to australia where i make wine and there's a lot in between there's the republic of georgia sardinia where we have a really amazing encounter winemaker. Who has lost his entire vintage. But it's all told through my personal experience. i think that's the power of a memoir. You can still learn a lot but there's more of a narrative arc. It's almost like reading fiction like your characters your character while manza character. I think that really brings a story alive because we want to read about other people as opposed to just sort of winemaking and sulfur additions or nano sulfur. Additions and i think he really did bring it alive through your story through your your own journey in the book. Yeah exactly so. That's the book yet. What did you find most challenging about writing the book. It's hard writing about people you love and there's a lot of people i love in the book. There's my best friend. Who is in paris who i haven't seen in years because the pandemic there's my husband there's husband's daughter and all of that was a bit stressful at times or a bit complicated. Obviously i checked in with them before anything. Kind of went in the direction of publication. So that that was hard and knowing when to stop was difficult. I wanted to actually keep going and and talk about my second advantage. And my editor editors love.
Governments set to increase fossil fuel production despite warnings
"Will need to cut by more than half its production of coal oil and gas in the coming decade to maintain a chance of keeping global warming from reaching dangerous levels the report published by the unified program found that one governments have made a vicious pledges to curb greenhouse gas emissions this still planning to extract double the amount of fossil fuels in two thousand and thirty than what would be consistent with the two thousand fifteen Paris climate accords the goal of keeping the global temperature rise below two point seven degrees Fahrenheit it
Fresh update on "paris" discussed on Accidental Gods
"Uk government is not putting everything they have making this by making. This happens less committed. Government a more difficult world situation significantly higher Hurdle that they need to jump. You put all that together and you think paris despite its vicissitudes was an extraordinary achievement to think that they're gonna manage to to replicate that suede. It's it's very very hard to be hopeful. That's what's gonna happen. Yeah it's a really big ask but also even given what you've just said and i absolutely echo. The french were really serious. About this. And johnson just deliberately pissed off the chinese and the french like two months before cop with the entire nuclear submarine. Farrago you don't do that if you're trying to get global agreements something so we can assume he's not but even if he were even if he were pulling out every one of his little sums and trying to do something nobody has yet met their paris climate agreements and the was a paper which i believe you and i both read relatively recently demonstrating not only. We're not getting the fifty percent reduction that we should be getting by. Twenty thirty of everyone adhered to the paris agreements. Were actually going to get a sixteen point. Eight percent overshoot of more carbon by twenty thirty which is absolutely taking us in completely the wrong direction so up to a point even if they do manage signed some amazing document. We'd have to believe that they were actually going to do it. And i don't so let's take that as our baseline it is unlikely. The governments of the world given the nature of politics as it works in our world are going to achieve what needs to be done to prevent mass eko side and societal collapse. Because none of us wants to live in a world of massikh aside and societal collapse. What in your view can we do. Post cop to begin to work towards this in default of our government doing anything. Yeah great question. It's many ways in coolest the sixty four million parts per million Question yeah i do have some thoughts on it. So i think to say is A lot of people who are in the space of already are doing important work and some of them need to continue that work so i'm thinking of his various kinds of established organizations and movements but it is also that well as einstein said if we carry on doing that. It's that's not going to be enough. So what key question really is what do we need new. What could actually thought to change the game somewhat. So let me start with the thought that i think that the way in which. It's likely that corp is going to not meet the ten test looney higher threshold the way it's lengthy in other words the cop is gonna fail us fail John i believe that this is going to be an extraordinary wakeup call for the world coming as it does on the back of terrifying whether around the world including in the global north places that may have thought they were relatively exempt places like germany and belgium For example we have to make sure that wakeup call as long as possible. And that's what. I'm working on the next few weeks In goals go along with many of us. If we do that then. I think this huge wakeup call one of the foams. It will take as i mentioned before will be a much increased emphasis on app tation and resilience building because a lot of people are going to be understanding if governments are really not right into the rescue. If it's really true and that's how it now seems to be that no one's coming out sales. We have to join us ourselves. And this is a key part of mine so so-called moderate flank proposal basically. What been arguing in the last couple of months Is that organizations such as extinction rebellion have changed the game in terms of public consciousness..
Why Overreach Could Doom Democrats in 2022
"Election. Good morning. Selena, how are you? Good morning, sunshine. How are you? I'm not so sunshiny. The browns got blown out in Cleveland yesterday and everybody's banged up. I think Kareem hunt torn Achilles, both of our tackles are out Nick Chubb has heard. I'm just grumpy. I got stuck in steelers traffic, but that's all I got. This is close as I got to watching them. Okay, well, I loved your column. I want to play this clip again. It's from the Terry McCall, in the key last governor's debate talking to Glenn young. I don't think Paris should be telling schools what they should teach. What is the significance when I've read your calm, but explain it to people who haven't yet gone to Selena zito dot com and read it. Well, I think the whole key to this entire race is one word. And that's overreach. And I think that that is the sort of chaos and power grabbing that the voters exactly voted against with Biden. And yet they are seeing with all of the Democrats. And I think that that listening to Virginia voters, that is the problem. What color has? And it's the problem that Democrats are facing across the country in these off year elections, Virginia and New Jersey are the larger races, but even in small municipal races. I think that Democrats are going to have a big problem in a couple of ways.
Chicago fan uses prosthetic leg to catch baseball tossed into stands at Sox game
"Game for the AL division series between the white Sox and visiting Astros was pushed back to Tuesday Carlos for Donna still scheduled to start for Chicago on Tuesday with game one starter lance Lynn available out of the bullpen Astros manager dusty Baker will go with lance McCullers instead of Jose or Katie the big topic at the ballpark Monday was accusations from white Sox reliever Ryan Tepera who said the Astros were stealing signs during the first two games of the series in Houston Baker didn't seem bothered by to Paris charge most listened to Eric Clapton this morning and
Blinken rallies developed world to confront inequality
"Secretary St Antony Blinken is in Paris where he's calling on the world's most developed countries to take on the gaps between rich and poor Lincoln told the thirty eight nations of the organization for economic cooperation and development that the pandemic and climate change of exacerbated inequality for decades our member countries measured economic success chiefly in terms of rising GDP and stock markets which don't reflect the reality of millions of working families instead are unprecedented growth has frequently come with rising inequity he also called for an end to discrimination against women and LGBTQ communities as well as a global corporate minimum tax rate that he says would prevent tax evasion and avoidance self defeating race to the bottom Jennifer king Washington
"paris" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Further down the road. Well i don't know what lionel seen he's still a coloma ter- par. I'm deeper into the cobbles on a really rough section but here come the writers and it's lizzie dog off the front on her own Just had a big group led by logic. Paki the belgian champion and all the clock over. You can just hear them a.
"paris" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"The code is are you bay. i x one. Five well lionel. We bear gary ourselves off to the first sector leave. the start here spoke to a few more writers. Just not how the records have gone. Audrey cordona go there made the point. They've been recounts because this race of course has been cancelled or rescheduled twice so They're pre well acquainted with the cubs by and but today it's for real. We spoke to a few more writers here fresh at marlin reussir. The recons gone. I mean how has it been writing on the couples. What do you think. I had the big respect from this of capitals. Because everybody is. It's so bad. So i had a bit of fear in my mind already but it's not so bad. I really like writing couples. Just that i'm missing some cute so for me. Something is not going the right way or there is an obstacle or something. I am a little bit straggling by really to work on that but besides that i really liked this kind of racing with these couples. I mean it's a new race. We don't know what's going to happen. But what do you think will happen. Is it going to be a race. That develops over the sectors. Could you see it exploding. Very early on yeah. i think. Thirty three three main to mention for sure we today will pay a huge role even before entering the couples. We have some sections with heavy corruption. The pants team strategies for for sure can already have something in the race was nervous for entering the first secretary and then it will be kind of elimination for awhile and for sure they will build a small group and then in this small group not elimination. Maybe but more who's going to win. And how can also end up in a sprint. So i think it's these three parts in the race. You sign quite comfortable. I'm thinking i might tip after all. No i just know how it will go but no. I really don't see me today. I feel it's more for me. Like a big read. Also with that material and with that state i am now after this season i think in future may it could maybe be something from me for sharad build up skills and then lopate but today i make gotree i also spoke to a writer who i think is somebody. Nobody's been talking about much is one of the favorites. Today's lisa brenner. I mean it's the most brutal couples. I've never done and it's Yeah it's going to be of course the big question of how you can enter the sections and how you get over it if you can pick a line and so i expect to a very big fight in the beginning of the race for the first entrance of the first actions. It's a really tough first sector. Do you think how do you see the race. Developing giving early on or or or develop the sector. I mean. I think it will be a big fight for the first sections and i also think that the already there it can be You cannot win the race there but you can definitely lose it. And then the longer rates gets the more tired people will become and the closer we get to the final. I think The power you have left us What you need to go into the final of the strife and finally before we head to sector one or sector seventeen. let's hear from audrey kordan rico of tracks fado a french writer. Who's been very vocal in her. Calls for pirate bay and other women's races. Here's what she said just minutes before the start right now some minutes before. I'm really like focused. And stress emotions the ricans gone. I mean you fell right. On the cobbles we've been lucky enough to do many ricans speakers of the constellations so we've been trying on every kind of weather so everything law we have really good material. I think we have the best material. So i'm pretty confident on that race will will go i. The site is very very hard. You see the race kind of exploding quite early. Eleanor developing over. The course of it. I think a big part of the bunch already gonna explode on the first sections and then of course The best will be there. And if you're lucky.
Algeria blasts French leader, bans flights, recalls diplomat
"Tensions have heightened between Algeria and France in response to comments by French president Emmanuel macron which jury according inadmissible the north African nation has refused permission for France to fly military planes and it says space and announced the recall of its ambassador from Paris the shop escalations in tensions comes off to micron she's out here in authorities of staking hatred for France the comments were made at a meeting with the grandchildren of French and Algerian fighters in Algeria's war of independence from France France is also announced the decision to slash the number of visas issued to people in North Africa because governments are refusing to take back migrants expelled from France I'm Karen Thomas
U.S. Spat With France Shows Challenge of Keeping Allies Unified
"I want you to put on the secretary of state hat. That many believe people believed you're going to wear. Should hillary clinton have won the two thousand sixteen election. And tell me what you would do if you were sitting on the seventh floor of the state department and this submarine controversy arose. And you might want to recap it for people who didn't listen to talk about it last week. You're on the air with me when the story broke. Yeah in in very short strokes. Australia signed up for france to build diesel electric submarines which are pretty good but over the last week or so they have done a one eighty and signed up with the united states in the united kingdom to build vastly better nuclear powered submarines. The french have lost a multi billion dollar contract. Their outrage what i would have done in retrospect was spend more time speaking with our allies. The french our oldest allies the first nation who came and fought alongside us in the revolutionary war. There are very fond of pointing that out as we subsequently fought a small war with them but such was the nineteenth century at the moment there still very strong allies within nato and so this came across to them as a very bad industrial policy. But also a real stab in the back to an ally. If i were sitting in tony blinken shoes right now and tony by the way. Interestingly is a franco phonic. He speaks beautiful. French lived in france for many years. I think he is and ought to be the point. Man on trying to rebuild this at the moment quite shaky set of relationships. And it's not just france hewitt's it's also with europe. Broadly we see particularly in the wake of brexit as the united kingdom pulls out. We now see france taking a lead in germany in working toward a much more independent eu policy. That'll bleed into our efforts to stand up to china. That's why this is important. I think secretary blinken that ought to be pretty much at the top of his chat list. Right now is working with his counterparts in paris.
Biden, Morrison meet days after new sub deal
"President Biden and Australia's leader are trading praise days after unveiling a new partnership that led to a diplomatic blowup with France meeting of the U. N. General Assembly sidelines United States has no closer more reliable ally Australia while prime minister Scott Morrison said he appreciates the president's focus on the Indo Pacific region you get neither mention last week's deal that saw Australia agreed to acquire U. S. nuclear subs while canceling a previous of agreement with France which is furious Paris's top diplomat says there's now a crisis of trust with the U. S. but the president's downplaying tensions with America's oldest ally Sager make ani Washington
Inside the US-Australia Submarine Deal
"The dutch prime minister mark rutta will reportedly offer his uk counterpart. Boris johnson a defense and security cooperation. Deal with the eu. When the leaders meet in downing street later today it follows yesterday's announcement that the uk. The united states and australia had agreed their own defense. Pack called aucas. the deal has angered many. You states with france calling australia's decision to scrap a huge submarine. Deal in favor of eight nuclear powered subs deal with the us establish back. Let's get the latest now from paul rogers international security advisor at open democracy. Paul some very harsh words from paris. Today tell us what happened here. I on the australian deal and why the french are feeling blindsided by it over the australian deal. The australians essentially decided to replace their existing collins class submarines richard come to the end of their useful life with new pout submarines rather than diesel-powered submarines. The previous decision was to gain with france which has quite a good recorder producing diesel-powered submarines. It can actually produce a new pout. Submarines for self. I don't think he's ever exported them considered it. But anyway australia's decided they need to new capelle. Submarines had this deal with the french for the best essentially for the Diesel-powered ones they basically dish that and gone in with the united states with britain as well although the suspicion is that as far as the building of the new submarines consent bush will be done as an australian yard in adelaide. That will be done. Under american supervision with the british relatively small this is partly because britain is producing own new class of astute hunting submarines as well as its missile submarines an in both cases. It has pretty serious problems with developing the reactors rolls royce history. Having great difficulty in getting things right the to another words in america wants a more reliable. So that's the basis of it. The the fringe obviously are pretty furious of this because what was a pretty big contract with a lot of money in. It was basically dish in favor of a basic and anglo american agreement. So that's the background this at beyond that. Of course you have all the issues in the eu and the whole question of how one handles a rapidly growing china which does have increasing military capabilities.
Paris' Arc De Triomphe Is Being Wrapped in Fabric
"Paris is unveiling a monumental work built around an actual monument the arc de Triomphe completely wrapped in silver and blue fabric the nineteen sixty one installation by late artist couple Crisco and junk clothes will open on Saturday with this is taking place for almost three weeks visitors will not only be able to see the cleaning fabric when they go to touch it to ask the artist had intended that's assuming they climb the one hundred sixty four feet to the top they'll step on it as they reach the roof terrace after the press conference on the project France's culture minister for the name but you know called it a formidable gift offered to prisons the French I'm beyond to all levels I'm Charles that's my
Italian Grand Prix: Max Verstappen on Pole After Valtteri Bottas Wins Sprint
"Vouch. we bought one one seconds qualifying at the twenty two nd. Two italian gregory beating max staffan with lewis hamilton fifth after making a poor start from among side us down robotic finished third mclaren ahead of his teammate landowners who kept hamilton at bay for the duration of the race which was disrupted by a fast lap crash for twenty months of winter. Pa ouseley ghazi. Briefy fit the mccaren of down. Your ricardo damaged his front wing as a result which went underneath his front wheels causing him to shoot off into the gravel. The crash about the safety car and ask as these call was recovered a clash between iki snow to number but cubits so usa came about the race restarted on that four of eighteen with batas romping to one point six second lead over verstappen with hamilton chasing. The two mclarens both tie as fast as the mediums of the cheerleaders. On the second mercedes recorded came home fourteen point five seconds behind the winner with norris keeping hamilton behind him who at times was even sliding around dramatically shall lead time. His ferrari teammate call assigned in sixth and seventh the former recovering from feeding on while at the end of f. b. two scientists ferrari had been rebuilt off his heavy f. b. to crash came highway started ahead of antonucci of nazi. The affirmation drive ahead of the charging such a paris to finish with the red bull. Dr having to make a couple of attempts to pause after martin's launch drove for that position.
Italian Grand Prix Qualifying Report
"Asked me stop for one second sprint qualifying race experiment from fast place ahead of lewis hamilton. As mercedes dominated. Friday evening qualify at the italian grand prix. Hamilton's taizhou rival. Max chapman qualified fad for the sprint race. Which was set on base for on regret but finish my office seconds adrift of batas within benefiting from a newly fitted fresh engine for the weekend. Which will require him to solve a grid penalty for sunday's grand prix. Norris finish bull faucets funded by teammate. Daniel recall doing faith and guiseley in sixth call. Assigns union made a late improvement. Jump ahead of ferrari. Teammate shall apply and key three with like grappling with an intimate engine braking problem throughout key one and key to sanjay paris qualified. Pay nine in his red bull. While amaze antonio juvenile sea made it through to q three for the second consecutive race this time on home soil with the italian driver rounding out the top
Marathoner Deirdre Keane on How She Has Added More Meaning to Her Running
"You say i'm gonna do one marathon in memory of my dad. Check it off. The bucket list spoiler. You're now a thirty plus time marathoner. So is it because that first one wasn't as hard as you thought it would be as that why you wanted to sign up from her. What motivated you to go and go back to like race. Registration dot com. And find another one and i think a lot of people can relate to this depending how a race goes right. Sometimes we hit the wall and finished a race like never again but other times when we had a relatively good race endorphins. Kick in right. When do i sign up for another one. Oh my gosh. that was awesome. We forget mile full team to twenty two when Struggling and hated our lives. So i knew i had marathons future for. They also thought. I sleep. Good way to travel so i graduated from northeastern that may and i moved to ireland and i started running marathons in different spots in ireland. I did dial blend belfast cork. I moved back. i said okay like. Let's continue to utilize this traveling. Iran traveling iran multiple marathons across the you ask at edinburgh london paris berlin. It's a great way to see the world and it's a great way just to get releases then i don't feel more motivated when you know. There's a trip coming in with the marathon. Oh heck yeah. Run -cation if you will use that yeah yeah. I didn't make that up. I don't get credit for that your credit because you introduced the term to me. I'll take it of ega. You also shave. That's that's a great time for your first race but you've also shaved quite a bit europe. Pr ers now three. Fourteen is that right yeah premium endemic. I was doing quite well. A part of a running club in the bronze calling portland track club. And i love them. Because when you're running with a group of people especially competitive runners you had to push yourself more than you would when you're just running by yourself Unfortunately i scheduled to some permit me to join track workouts but it lets we see potential when i do joining so slowly. Shaving off in ed's and My dream is to do some three however my big thing burning is that should always add value to your lights and always take away right so at what point are trying so hard that it becomes more difficult and you feel like stressing you hour so if it happens great but it's not going to be the end all be all for me.
The 20th Century Was Shaped by War
"We'd witnessed the twentieth century. Shaped by wall is one individual. So wittily put it. The twentieth century began in the balkans and ended in the balkans it began with the facination of archduke ferdinand by governor low prank hip. An amicus serbian nationalist which through various ententes various arrangements of the earliest twentieth century diplomacy triggered will will won a war in which a whole generation was lost the fruit of europe america only involved in the last few moments of that war it was the european nations that lost the cream of the young men in the trenches of fair done in those no-man's-land filled with bob wire and machine gun nests with more than six million killed but it was the war of mechanized proportions in which predominantly the military's paid the brunt. It was the young men of the armies of each side. That were mowed down just a few years later. The great war the first world war was out don in a conflict that spans the globe. In which sixty million people killed and not just sold is in fact in most cities of that war it was the civilians that bore the brunt. Then came the cold war stasis if you will yes hot was. In the periphery and south asia in the middle east and africa but between the two polish sides between america and the soviet union between nato and the war so packed the birds never flew this strategic bombers never dropped their bombs on washington or moscow on london on paris.
Trial of 20 Men Accused in 2015 Paris Attacks Begins
"Twenty men accused in the Islamic state group's twenty fifteen attacks on Paris the left one hundred thirty people dead and hundreds injured arm trial in the French capital of the twenty men charged only fourteen are appearing in court chief among them is on the on the slum who teaches call and a malfunctioning suicide vest and ultimately fled to hide out in his home town of Brussels he's the only one charged with murder of this long the first in alphabetical order was off to stand first to identify himself request you to state his profession of the slum said his ambition is to become a fighter for Islamic state five of the other six being tried in absentia are presumed dead the whereabouts of one man is unknown most of the defendants face a maximum sentence of life in prison if convicted of complicity in the attacks I'm Charles the last month
Trial of 20 Men Accused in 2015 Paris Attacks To Begin
"In a secure complex embedded within a thirteenth century courthouse France will begin the trial of twenty men accused in the Islamic state group's twenty fifteen attacks on Paris the best one hundred fifty people dead and hundreds injured on November thirteenth of that year nine gunmen and suicide bombers struck within minutes of each other France's national soccer stadium the Bataclan concert hall and restaurants and cafes survivors of the attack as well as those who mourn the dead are expected to pack the courthouse rooms the lone survivor of the extremist cell from that night Salah Abdeslam is the key defendant among those being tried for the deadliest attack in France since World War two he's the only one charged with murder the same I. S. network went on to strike Brussels months later killing another thirty two people I'm Charles the last month
Ida Lashes Northeast With Tornadoes and Severe Flooding
"As we mentioned remnants of hurricane ida have been spawning heavy rain tornadoes and life. Threatening conditions in the mid atlantic northeast. A tornado warning was even posted here in new york city. Major highways are flooded with cars and buses trap and the subways are shutting down in what the national weather service says is the city's first ever flash flood emergency. Several large tornadoes were reported north of philadelphia and in south jersey. As we mentioned new jersey's governor phil murphy has just declared a state of emergency. Some neighborhoods had to be evacuated cars and buses there were stranded in floodwaters and now thousands in the region are without power earlier this afternoon. What twister roared through. Parts of annapolis maryland pulling down trees and power poles and in louisiana. Where this same storm system tore apart the state's power grid. Some low lying communities remain largely underwater. Many hospitals in the state are still running on generators and again today. The governor warned evacuated residents knocked comeback yet. The water system is really poor. Electricity is non-existent. Communications actually started getting a little bit better today. We have not figured out the fuel situation. Don't come back before the paris tells you that they are ready to receive you because you're just going to create another demand on a system that can't withstand the demand that currently has for more. We welcome to the broadcast joe. Valenti is the emergency management director for jefferson parish louisiana. Now take a look at this map. Jefferson parish stretches from new orleans the new orleans shoreline with lake pontchartrain. All the way down to grand isle in the gulf joe. Thank you for being with us. How are you faring. And how are the people in jefferson parish tonight. Well i mean. District type of circumstances are not really new to us but doesn't been difficult when he completely lost the grid one hundred percent of the power. So it's made it very difficult process to affect any rescues
What is the Atvidaberg Sun Cannon?
"Some cannons have been around since the sixteen hundreds some of them were used on ships. The position of the sun triggered them to fire at almost exactly twelve. Pm so everyone on board would know what time it was in the seventeen hundreds. You might also have heard a son cannon in fancy park in england or france or even on a large estate where they were used to signal lunchtime in fact when son cannons were in style throughout the seventeen eighteen hundreds most of them were owned by european nobility and that how a son canon ended up in a small town in rural sweden the sun cannon in all to the body has its own tower. It's up on top of a hill and it looks like a fifteen foot tall version of a rook. That chess piece. that looks like a little castle. it's round made out of brick and there's a long narrow slot carved into the south facing side. It's been here since eighteen fifty three and it was built by the local barron and his family. The all those fats. These days it's cared for by a team of volunteers who call themselves the sun cannon club there a delightful gang of retired people who've taken responsibility for preserving the town's history but the whole organization is totally unpretentious and they're a little loosey-goosey when it comes to the foggy lor surrounding basan cannon but at least three different people including my grandmother told me this story back in the mid eighteen hundreds the barron and his wife took a trip to paris. Supposedly the baroness who was born. A commoner was terrified of boats so instead of making the relatively short trip across the baltic to mainland europe. They'd spent somewhere between two and three years. Travelling to france in a horse and carriage by finland latvia with wayne lia poland. You get the idea. I was able to verify almost none of the story. But i'm told somewhere between one and two kids were born on the way from sweden to france and when the family finally made it there and saw the sun cannon in a garden they thought would be kind of fun to have one of those to fire off parties back at home.
"paris" Discussed on Seriously Clueless
"And welcome to another episode of season two with l. How did i realize. Hey tonight i have. We have we have of special guest again. Our friend anthony. Arthur kryptonite is the differences in the Working abroad in working in so very far matthias checking. He has shepherd he has experience working road here and tearing the so he is in paris right now or if young key left in in two thousand eight two thousand eighteen so okay i everyone so i'm anthony. I'm i'm based in france. So i moved here in june eighteen been. It's been three years That they've been living abroad i. I'm not actually sure if i'm not sure but w have this vapors and i don't have that yet i i will make sense but yet i've been here embarrassed with the years working as Id management consultant or a big bomb fissile team. National allows their employees abroad. And i was lucky to be chosen foolproof road in paris. We're gonna we're gonna talk about lot. The states tonight bear brigade. Nicole was like five major things not by feeding them in the red the nothing fear so number one is the business practices in for you. I knew the difference than the the friends. Must you will feel more corporate Nobody with my work meets here. We really thought about our personal lives. The subpoenas 'cause they got on so he divide there's there's up your personal and professionally i think one of the most Not enough people. Working in here in france sending in the and they don't really about anything that you want me out of the week and or actually in dc lama sodden the mile of us together and Severely beaten up a guy Is off the stimulus mandel. Although i don't normally it's the decayed dead who thursday night city gate the deal that afterward pride these and your fans and there's days obviously took down federal beaten working on working environment your relationship through you mentioned the and For me it was. It wasn't really struggled. it's penis nothing. I don't know. Coworker went up on the essay. Nisha bob office. That was awful. You know you. You were veterans day. Yeah i don't. I don't want to influence my decision. My decision supporting who relationship with with a word meat because he might be beaten on my lead motion. I forgot eaten more in and close scale. We've got anymore but we're spend you have It's it's it's just Going into telegraph or Phero among them don berry rotation and we were suit separate.
"paris" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"The surprisingly complicated pleasures of cooking with paris by judy berman. You know paris hilton is an icon. Because even other stars can't resist basking in the glow of her swarovski and crusted barbie pink ara and the first episode of her new netflix. Show cooking with paris. One kim kardashian hilton's friend and one time assistant marvels that. No one has partied as hard as you and looks the way you do. Comedian and f boy. Island host nikki. Glaser gushes you're like not someone who was ever scared of getting in trouble right later during a dinner. Party whitney cummings mentions that her podcast co host wrote a high school paper on paris. That everyone do that glazer exclaimed. Because i did that too. Here's the thing about paris hilton and twenty twenty one. The heiress and entertainer has lived rent free in the brains of millions but especially thirty. Something women for two decades rocketed from socialite notoriety to mainstream fame and the early ought soviet modeling. A sex tape that has now rightly understood to be revenge porn and rich girls. Doing normal things reality romp the simple life. She's since gone from the pinnacle of cool too passe and recent years of seen her ascend from ironic fave to reclaimed heroin propelled by peres indebted influence or culture and the same. Y2k nostalgia that has driven reconsideration of brittany spears. And limpest get sympathetic. Docks the american meam and this is paris in which hilton reflected on abuse. She allegedly suffered at a series of residential reformed. Schools have added dimensions to her image. Rescuing her from the realm of pop culture caricatures which explains why the alternately charming and inane cooking with paris makes for such an uncanny viewing experience spun off from a prescient viral video from pre pandemic. Twenty twenty in which she semi competently demonstrates how to make lasagna. The show sense hilton back to the kitchen to keep refining her skills each of six episodes which clock in it under half an hour a piece opens with paris shopping at some kind of specialty grocery store. She mangles the word cotija at the tortilla and screams. Ooh at a whole prosciutto in italy. Truly paris hilton walked. So alexis david rose of shits creek could run. Then she whips. Up a kitschy themed. Dinner with guests ranging from kardashian and glazer to youtuber lay ponds and rapper tweedy finally. They consume them meal while making pleasant small talk in front of an instagram background. Meant to evoke to loom or a retro diner or more abstractly. lucky charms. Cereal hilton talks a lot. And this is paris about what she calls her character or her persona that daffy girlish shopaholic heiress who talks in catchphrases..
"paris" Discussed on News O'Clock
"Does watching at home at this wrong doing the opposite way. Okay if you're confused so are we luckily varieties chief tv critic. Daniel dairy is here to help us. Make sense of cooking with paris and whether the joke is on us around paris hilton identical. Thank you so much for joining us today. Hey thank you for having me all right. Let's jump into this. Because paris hilton is my hero and her show is icon it. So this is one of those shows where you'd love to have been a fly on the wall in the pitch meeting but first of all what even is cooking with paris. We'd love some help trying to figure it out and we'd love to have you explain it question. I struggled to answer in my review of the show. I've seen episode that. I think i have an idea of what it is. Which is paris is kind of putting on a bit of an act of being an extremely poor. Isn't the right word. Like not a very good home cooked. She isn't really not sophisticated in the kitchen so she has people come and help her do these recipes. That are kind of quirky in the sense that there's edible glitter. There's sweet shire's cereal encrusted on everything. There's pink foods whether it's because of few die or natural ingredients and together. She and her celebrity guests kind of struggle from this recipe and then at the end. Eat it together in a room for house. That's been redecorated. According to the theme. I found the redecorated rooms kind of the most compelling part and wish it had been more of a home renovation show. There's like a campy tongue in cheek vibe. To the show that suggests peres kind of playing into her old as you said vapid persona. But it's interesting because that's an image that she seemed like she was trying to overhaul with her this paris documentary in that documentary. She was very open. Honest vulnerable real. All of that. Authenticity is gone from this new show. Why do you think that is. Yeah and i was very as i said my review. It was very excited to potentially see this. Other side of parents be developed. I think it's safe and it's just easy to what's familiar. What's the missed opportunity. Is that the paris we saw this. Paris is someone who does have kind of ideas who does think about things about the way. She's perceived and i kind of wish there had been more development in her persona because it feels a little bit like something you've seen before to see her kind of gu fully being bad on purpose at cooking. But if you're familiar figure there's no risk in playing familiar heads right you know. When i was watching the show i found myself paying very close attention to her voice because a lot has been made of her voice in the past like a year or so obviously on the simple life she was doing like a very iconic baby voice thing and then in the documentary. She just released last year whatever. She's spoken a much more grounded. Low almost gravelly voice and she said that other voice that he did was fake. And i'm sort of done with it. That brings us now to this new show where she's mostly doing the baby voice again. But there are these very notable moments where she drops it especially when she's speaking to people she seems to know well so that dynamic made me wonder do you think she came into the show with a clear intention about how she wanted to portray herself or do you think we're watching her. Figure this out live in front of us way. It is maybe more interesting than i give for. I in that were watching someone kind of figure out how they want to be seen verizon aspect of it whereby she seems to be curious about showing a little more of herself. It's just not always clear the right moments to do it or how she really wants to achieve that so the facade kind of slips but it seems a little bit random when it happens and when it does it's really only for a short moment even with her mother and sister the people that she knows the best in the world that would seem she kind of has voiced. It's deeper than mine for a moment but then goes back to the kind of familiar persona voice after just a minute. You know like i again. I've been a longtime fan of paris. Hilton's like as a. What are the i think they call us jen's daniels like nick's jesse millennial hybrid. Yeah exactly so. I grew up with paris. But i was like a little too young to dress like her. Because my mom was like you cannot leave this house. Show in your mid drift. But it's interesting that the show's coming at a time when like true jen's ears like people born in two thousand. They're obsessed with the two thousands in the culture the aesthetic the luck the vibe by a lot of genzer probably too young to remember paris hilton let her. He socialite days. I feel they know her as a mean but not as like a personality. So do you think the shows an attempt to build a new generation of fans with jesse or is it more about topping millennial stauba boasts neither. I'm curious game. Thoughts advil millennial by fell. It's hard to escape my own viewpoint and for me it felt very much like it was trying to tap into what made simple life work and a lot of the sensibility of twenty years ago. Which was a little harder. Edge has been removed. The show feels softer safer cuddly earlier than the simple life did feels as far as i can tell very shins appropriate as a millennial diagnosing from the outside but it feels as though she could fit right in in the world of the internet and on tech talk and i mean that's evidently true because cooking with parents began. Its life as a youtube video. Well we'll be right back. We have more.
"paris" Discussed on The Freedive Cafe Podcast
"The lovely claire paris. Let's dive all right. Claire thank you so much for coming to the free cafe to have a chat with me. really interested to talk to you. I'm super interested in what you do for your profession with regards to You know your professor. You're involved in marine science and research and things like that and that's fascinating. I wanted to get into that a bit later. But first of all i want to find out how was vertical. Blue for you. Did you have a good time to go new fantastic. Because we hadn't had any competition for nearly three years In your typical blue and everyone was there still almost everyone that's That competes typically add article new until just seeing every line in Being back on the blue was wonderful and So for me was difficult to to get into a deep mode at the beginning. Because i have been practicing backyard pool for the first two years nearly nine neighbors here the and not be used. The enemies offended mic on was not people to practice See at the beginning and end the even being in needs. cannot really A goal in.
"paris" Discussed on The Freedive Cafe Podcast
"I watched a good chunk of it. My oh my. Some of those dives were absolutely legendary. Alankar arctic will surely be going down in history as the most capable free male free diver of her generation the way she can dive such incredible depths and return to the surface completely. Fresh and with a big smile on her face is just mind boggling. All around it was the most incredible display of breath. Hold diving. i've ever seen those few days in the number of blackouts and incidents was thankfully kept respectfully low and you can really see the high level of professionalism on display here especially from the safety team medical team so good job guys looking forward to seeing another amazing competition next year. One of those divers is stood out to during the competition was clear paris. Her work has marine scientist coupled with her amazing progress. In-depth beginning her free davin journey add. Let's say not a super young age really impressed me. And i was delighted to have her on the show and share her journey recently. And this is what you're going to hear today. Claire is a professor in the department off ocean sciences. At the university of miami's rosen steel school of marine and atmospheric signs. Her research is dedicated to biological oceanography and ocean conservation. And we'll go into that in detail in the show. If you ever wanted to know how pelagic fish begin their lives or the differences between phytoplankton and zoo plankton and how important they both are to the health of the planet. You'll find that out too. It was a really great chat with claire. She sent me an email just afterwards and she was freaking out because she forgot to mention Mirella so claire has been getting coaching. Mirella kirdassah vich and that is being instrumental to her progress in depth and She forgot to mention mirella and she felt really bad about that. So here i am saying A big shoutout to mirella cardin who was also on the show recently Another amazing free diver So yeah thank you to her and from clear okay so small note on the sound quality. We had a bit of a company from clears cat indigo who spent a bit of time vying for her attention so some of that might come through in the recording as the cat lands on the keyboard just in case. You're wondering one more thing i'll add here is that i'm very close to officially opening the website of my new yoga. School thrive space which will be a school dedicated to teaching classical and traditional hata yoga to those aspiring aspirants who wished to develop a complete and authentic personal practice. I'm going to be sharing my more twelve year. Experience studying practicing and teaching this transformational practice to those who want to learn both here on the ground in taiwan when that becomes possible again but also from the first week in september.
"paris" Discussed on Comments By Celebs
"This business resurgence of paris. Which i think is really the key factor. And it's not the paris ever ever went away was always very omnipresent in our lives. But i don't think that the way she was present was necessarily in a way where we were paying attention to her. It was just for a long time. In between maybe after simple life there was a period of time where paris almost like background noise where she was there. You saw the thing she was doing. She was dj. And she had a bunch of business ventures. Will you weren't paying attention to specifically her whereas now in the past year or two. It's like she herself as the person she is. So president our lives. And i'm so appreciative of how presence. She's been yes and i don't think that the documentary can be ignored because it was a more of a raw take on her personality and her life than i one we ever had absolutely but also and i think she ever thought that she was going to put out you know she created lake. She said that persona as a defense mechanism was kind of like her armor. And so when she put that down and really let you in to the deepest parts for life and then she saw the response which was that people were receptive. People were accepting only people. Love her more than she's probably more willing to put more of her life out there because there's that layer of safety that has been established. I think also not to give kim credit for this. Because i don't think it necessarily is the case for me personally. When i started to notice the resurgence of the friendship between kim and paris. That's when i was really like full on board with paris. Because once i saw her with kevin. I think it was at the christmas party. I was instantly reminded of what it is about paris that were so addicted to and so then from then on once hang out more and their opposing each other more. I was like so fascinated by every single thing that paris was doing and had to follow it. And so for me. Kim was kind of the gateway back into that. Yeah i think honestly for me as well. I'm sure for a lot of people that was not the case and the two can exist at the same time you know. You can recognize chemistry catalysts without without giving her critics. Obviously the credit goes to paris yourself. But you're right for me. That was definitely there. And i think the two of them together are a really powerful combination. Because they're so respected in the business world yet also such fascinating personalities they bounce each other out so well and i think something for me that i noticed a lot just to kind of focus on a camp for a second. Is that so much of what she does in the way. She lives her life even though she's always been relatively level headed and i think among the siblings people say that she's the most rational on and she's the one that you go to when you need kind of a reality check however to the outside world. She's a ridiculous human being the way that she lives. Her life is ridiculous clearly. It's so extravagant. It's unbelievable i mean. Even as her instant stories are so playfully mocked constantly because of that. And so for a moment when you put her in comparison to paris and all of a sudden kim is almost the muted personality and kim seem so rational because every appliance in our house isn't bedazzled so suddenly this minimalistic monastery is actually way more muted and way more than norm. You're kind of thrown off for a second in the best way possible. You're a hundred thousand percent craft. Yes i could talk about this forever. Definitely worth watching. This is not.
"paris" Discussed on Comments By Celebs
"To fame and so on one hand. Paris's the og that kim respect so much and will always look up to her not only from a fame level but also in terms of a business woman and then at the same time. Kim is almost like the parent. Yes and that's such an interesting point that it was exactly like nails it because there's this interesting dynamic there were. I think when. Kim got really famous especially after they reconciled like of course they had their issues in and they became friends again. Which i think is incredible. Etiquette is incredible for the culture that paralyzing him our friends again. I would just like to echo that yes but is also so fascinating is there. Is this assumption. That when they became friends again with the position that can was inverted. The position harris was in that there was this dynamic switch. Where like kim then became the one that was on top in paris was looking for when i watched their dynamic and them talking about the past. That's not really what it is like him. Always thinks of paris as the og. But you can kind of see that. When kim was paris assistant she always had that role of keeping everything together for paris like she was the personnel organized. Everything and i think. Tim said this episode where she was like paris was always the one that had these outlandish ideas and i always had to real her back in. So what's interesting is. I think you always thought the dynamic switch for like the power switch. But it's not that kim is always had this role of just keeping paris and chat and keeping paris not down to earth like almost like a babysitter. Like you're saying and you see that come through so much in the way they act now. Yes it's it's overwhelmingly. So actually i think because obviously we know kim got her start as a closet organizer which clearly was a job that she did and that was her source of income. But not everybody. Has that skill set. You have to have that skill set. So now is of course. Kim has her own assistance. In her own organizers however she still has that within her where's that is not where you know. Paris has strengths. Lie at all so that fundamental difference in what they're good at is is just so they're so glaring and i'm sure that there are aspects of paris. Kim wishes to mirror have a little bit more of. I think that there are certain aspects of paris's personality that may breed so much spontaneity. And maybe a little bit more. Wild and kim likes that wild side to be brought out by her but the combination of the two of them is pretty addicting to watch. I would say. I could not agree more. I've really want them to do a coal ritchie episode. I'm shocked that they didn't accept. I'm hopeful for a season. Two and what a better. I guess i season to it. That would be absolutely incredible. If you're only going to watch a few i would say the episode. The sweetie episode of than the one with kathy nicky hilton. Because if you're a bravo watcher you have been experiencing the magic of kathy hilton for the entire season via office beverly hills and you almost can't get enough. And then to see her in the setting into see she is so the exact same one was really fun and really kind of validating but then talk about an interesting dynamic because nikki and paris are so different and even though paris's tactically older sister..
"paris" Discussed on Eyewitness Beauty
"The doctor of who rose to fame. Because he's the go-to injector of the kardashian. Sisters at some point. Yeah dr simon orian. He congratulated jeff bezos on his spaceflight and very quickly that was interpreted by twitter as jeff bezos went and got his filler done before his base. Just funny to think that jeff basis goes to the kardashians cosmetic dermatologists. This goes to show filler. Knows no gender no color no creed religion. I would never accuse filler. Discriminating and who it appeals. To say i think that the spaceflight thing is so disgusting. Hate it. I hate. I know. we're not even we're going to edit by omission about that whatever and so. I think that's all we have for news of the week. Let's just get into our interview so today's guest is someone who i've been following on instagram and twitter for a couple years and i'm always chuckling to myself at my phone. His name is louis pisano and he is an american who lives in paris a real life. Emily in paris on might say. He is a writer for harper's bazaar and sort of cultural commentator. He keeps the fashion industry on. Its toes is the way i'll put it. I think he has such an incisive tone and ability to kind of cut through the bullshit the fashion industry while also like celebrating and acknowledging the fun stuff the glamour the glitz he just went to can as a guest of instagram capital. I instagram and he looked at the best fucking time in the world. He wore some insane. Looks which will let him talk about. But he's also not afraid to like talk a little shit about racism in the industry and discrimination and the inequitable treatment of black and brown influencers which is prevalent. Of course the united states but also very much so in europe so we wanted to hear from louis just about louis. And here's our interview louis bassano. So when did you get back from. Can i got back. What's today today's wednesday..
"paris" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves
"Let's talk about some of the museums that that i think are substantial but i think they're under appreciated What what is your take on the colonel fillet. The music have day is undergoing a big renovation. I actually haven't been there yet but it's going to be fantastic and it's a history museum. The history of paris and it has period rooms which are are very fun to walk through and just all sorts of of relics from hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of years of the city's history and you explained in your book the littler museums of paris. That barron houseman actually had something to do with the creation of this collection. Or 'cause houseman. I think of as the guy who who brought parasol of these grand boulevards and all of this uniform architecture where you've got the same amount of floors in the in the nice Slate roofs and so on Did he recognize that. All this development is going to bulldoze some of the heritage of the of the city. You know it's it's funny because he is. He's really criticized for destroying medieval peres but at the same time was was looking to create a place that would preserve some of the history and that actually incorporated elements from some of the buildings. He took down in. The carnival has more items than the liuw actually. So they've got plenty to show off in that museum. Yeah their reserves are insane. There's no bench and that goes back to the sixteen hundred and they actually took over a second. It's actually now To urban mansions that are combined by little walkway. So if you want sort of. Just your quintessential kind of historical museum for paris carnival as a good one absolutely now. Another one is the museum of the middle ages museum to clooney and that's actually built on the remains of a third century. Roman bath reminding us. That peres was a roman town. Yes it it is also something that that started from a private collection like a lot of museums did and has just grown and grown and is a really special and unique place to visit and it's never crowded it's amazing to me. It's exquisite art of the middle ages. This is the museum of the middle ages in paris was so important in the middle ages. And it's right there in the in the left bank. You can walk to it in ten minutes from all the touristy stuff you do in the latin quarter
"paris" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Paris on Saturday March started off peacefully enough people protesting against a controversial new security bill. But as the day passed finance fled later on, several vehicles have been set on fire. Police say. A hard core joined the demonstration, and several of those have clashed with police officers. More than 20. People have already being arrested. Some protesters burned barricades and smashed windows. Police firing tear gas in response, the crowds there well, they're angry. About a draft security bill, which would allow more government surveillance. The bill also prevents publications of images of police, which the government says is to prevent online abuse. But critics say this bill would restrict a civil liberties boxes. Kitty Logan reporting from London, French President Emmanuel Macron, blaming the recent violence in Paris unquote crazy people. Staten Island, self proclaimed Autonomous Zone Bar can't legally open its doors to customers, but the place is still managing to get some income, according to the New York Post, a nearly week old online fundraiser for Max Public House. Raised $75,000 by Saturday afternoon. Now solving the mystery of the monoliths model. It's they've been popping up in several spots around the globe from Utah to Romania. Social Media's been peppered by photos and videos of the stark stainless steel objects. Millions are asking. Where do they come from? And why are they here? Well, I may have the answer. Ah, collective of artists from New Mexico is sort of claiming credit for the kerfuffle. The most famous artist global creative community, located in Santa Fe, said as much in an interview with Mashable. But Matty Mo, the founder of the artist group, got a little cagey with the tech publication, citing the legalities of the original installation as to why all Mr Mo would say is what better way to end This blanked up here, then let the world briefly think aliens made contact. Karen.
"paris" Discussed on The Clappers
"Feel free. Continue to call me a snob. It's not a badge. I way with shame. Not a with pride. It's just what i i'm left handed. I make no apologies being left handed to go around telling everybody had great left. Handed biagio do but You know i'm left handed and that's just how it goes and it's the same with my snow berry doesn't make me better than you. It just makes you better than most other. What can i say that little than what emily harris is what. I'm going to say that. Don't all this on. Emily in paris by saying that while we would locked into our homes. Not i will go much further than the end of the street. Watching this fantasy version of paris really did hold a certain appeal. I can say well. I'll tell you something in paris. Said i know that if you've been in hospital and you've had to have generalists city and you've come out of genuine. A city and one is not oneself and one is under general anaesthetic and take quite a while to get that allowed system. A person who is still groggy and insensible and slack of limb and feeble of mine from generosity can watch the whole season. Emily harris from soup to nuts and get a strange sense of enjoyment. Decide this personal experience. I know somebody has everything that i've just said. I would actually suggest that emily. In paris is such a strange con- you know contrived. The region of the experience of an ex pat anywhere in any foreign country let alone in paris and such a bizarre fantasy version of paris. That it probably is a little bit like being in that post anaesthetic hallucinatory state anyway. Yes i'm saying. I'm saying it's the best show if anybody out there is Is having a procedure. I'm saying i'm saying you can approach the state of somebody who's had the procedure without necessarily having to go through the pain. Everybody wins with emily from paris in paris panthers. Thank you for listening. That's for the clippers to mixed by..
"paris" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"Hello and welcome to the tennis booker sporty from a slightly happy place than are lost. Tennis podcast the world is a slightly happier place because dogs are to return to the white house champ and major two german shepherds at one of them arrest key. The white house's i ever rescue dog momentus occasion. They will be. They will be moving in january. Happy days are in more than that. A reason. i mean that's enough on. Its own aside from everything else. What sort of history is there of dogs in the white house. Deny all up until two sixteen a beautiful illustrious history of of dogs in the white house the obamas had a couple of remember. Bill clinton had a think a black lab. Dogs in the white house is very much a thing or have been until until twenty. Sixteen that <hes>. Bruce springsteen of course pointed out in one of his <hes>. Bits of campaign materials but yet and major to two german shepherds. They look lovely and they are. They are very <hes>. Welcome addition to well democracy. Yes that is the big news of the weekend. So yeah that's what's been happening in the world. How are you feeling. E still glued to see an matt you have. You filled the void in your life. Are you still following the as yet incomplete arizona. Count by the minute. no. I'm not actually i have. I have detach myself from cnn. Since saturday or sunday. I finally let go. I feel like. I've made of made some friends there though. I'll probably be checking in on them every now and again. Over the next four years. I think i really did admire their coverage and forecasting and it really did make me feel a lot more informed about the election than i've ever been had been before so yes i feel like i owe them some sort of commitment in the future but just it's been quite nice for the last twenty four hours to have let go because literally it on the entire time and it was fortunate because it meant i did see the moment that they called it. I think they were the first ones. And i know a lot of people that had it on for four straight days and then kind of miss the actual moment. My sister was complaining about that. But i i did have it on in the background. I fell asleep with cnn. On phychi consecutive nights and i dreamt about john king on both of those nights so that is the twilight zone vortex that while i was just sort of in the room with him while he was doing while he was doing his touchscreen analysis just sort of there and and part of it which was great great. I hope john king that you. You're having a lovely long sleep if you're listening which i'm sure you're very alicia. We've listened enough to him. Yes exactly it would only be polite now. Well let what's happening. There was also tennis unfolding in paris tournament. Won by in three sets yesterday in the final over alexander zverev. We are going to be talking about that and other significant results from paris. this week. We're going to be looking ahead to lince the final remaining tobita tournament of the year which is just getting underway as we record on monday and also the tournament in severe this week on the tool breaking news. Rough on adult did not enter. Qualifying in severe novak djokovic is the confirmed year end number one for six time but unfortunately we we have to start off with something that is sort of a bigger more significant story than than all of that and a very very unpleasant one we. We've covered it <hes>. Briefly appear until now in our previous podcasts and as we said i think on thursday we were expecting this big interview done by ben rothenberg as it turns out in bracket magazine one of the publications that he contributes to not the new york times as we were expected but in in rocket magazine. A a big interview and account from olea sharapova. The former girlfriend of parents finalist alexander zverev who has made allegations of physical and emotional abuse against alexander zverev. The this was a very very indepth account that she gave ben rothenberg in racket magazine. They spent two hours together at a family. Friend's house in new jersey family friend of <hes>. Of sharp over. I would urge you to read the piece so that you can hear her story feel self and make up your minds about how you feel about it but it certainly incredibly harrowing and saddening account. It's very very difficult to read. She details <hes>. Allegations of abuse taking place at the twenty nineteen. Us open at the labor cup in one thousand nine hundred and live in a number of incidents she alleges at serves home in monaco. Over the course of that year. She doesn't go into detail about the end of their relationship. She said that's something she may or may not tell a delay date but she talks about having her head hit against the wall about being smothered with a pillow. She talks about taking making an attempt on her own life during this period. It's an incredibly distressing account. And it's one that has been put to alexander zverev over the course of the week in paris. He obviously released that instagram statement. A week ago at the time. That sharapova initially made the allegations on her instagram we. We read out verbs statements at the time but since this more detailed account from sharapova came out of his been been given the opportunity to to comment further on off his first round win over michigan. Catch mana vich in paris. He was. I think this was on wednesday. He was asked. I wanted to find out. How do you manage to stay focused with your tennis court with everything that you've been having to deal with off the court. He said very well. I'm here to play tennis. See now i've been doing well the last few weeks since the comeback of the season. I want to continue doing that as you said. There is oversee a little bit of things going on. There is some very good news. I think yeah. I'm happy to be here and playing tennis
"paris" Discussed on Queer as Fact
"Hello and welcome to Queer as fiction we talk about Queer historical media I'm Jason and I may lie and today we're talking about Jenny. . Livingston's nineteen ninety. . Documentary. . Paris's Bang. . Before we start, , we have a few called him warnings to this episode. . This episode contains mentions of Racism Transphobia Homophobia the AIDS epidemic murder and family rejection. . It also contains the use of outdated language surefooted by Queer people on people, , call it in courts. . If any of that sounds like something, , you don't want to listen to please feel free to check out one of. . Our other episodes. . So I wanted to stop this episode by explaining what is Paris's banning because I feel like a lot of listeners probably a pretty good understanding of this documentary. . Some very young listeners may not have seen it. . I said Hanson had you seen it before we researched this ups lot no but I had a pirated version of a hard drive for decades. . I love with things and have adhd. . reasonable. . So I was aware of it but I hadn't actually seen it. . Yeah. . I think I heard the name but didn't know what it was. . So Paris is burning is a documentary about the bowl culture scene of New York in the nineteen eighties prominently featuring the African American and Latin American members of that community many among gay and or trans. . It documents how they lives intersect with the Bulls the form, , the Bulls tight and contains several interviews, , participants, explaining , concepts, , such shade, , realness reading, , and legendary woods that may be familiar to a modern audience given how by propagated in popular drag culture. . Yeah on TIKTOK. . The documentary features no narration and very little dialogue from the interview wide lesbian filmmaker. . Jenny. . Livingston prominent members of several houses in the scene featured including pepple of Asia during Corey Angie Extravaganza and Willi? ? Ninja. . I'll make a nerd here on pronounce while several of the performance featured in Paris boning. . Ambiguously Trans Women and so I'm GonNa to share pronounced where I don't have specific evidence I. . Do want to note that pepple of Asia describes himself in the documentary is not being woman not understanding the experience of womanhood and being on In a sex change however, , her two thousand and three obituary in the new. York. . . Times describes her as preferring in pronounce ongoing with that as the more recent source compared to this documentary which was filmed in the eighties. . So having talked about what Paris has been is I want to I going to kind of how was made so as described by Academic Lucas, , Hildebrand in his twenty thirteen book quit film classics Piracy's Boning, , which was a major source when I was researching this episode Livingston was taking a film production class at NEOCON. . INVESTI windshield observed three young men voguish in Washington. . Square Park after asking what they were doing she was invited to an upcoming bowl and soon thereafter began documenting the scene via black and white photographs and audio interviews which were kind of the mediums in which she worked at the time. . She was really documentary filmmaker. . This was her first data and she since gone on to make several more films which obviously less notable. . Because I don't know what they. . Yeah. . That's pretty wild. . Are they on like queer things. . Yeah I, believe , her I think there's like Queer Antenna. . Seems to many of her films. . So yeah, it , was only the light of that. . She began filming the balls and coming up with the idea of turning these into a documentary. . Film took seven years to make in no small pod Judah. . The struggles Livingston had funding its production. . She initially intended it to be appealing observational documentary just kind of following the lives of the Queen's involved in the same but lacked the funding to shoot the endless hours of footage that would be required for such a production. . I'm not really an expert on how documentary films of made. . Films something like seventy or eighty hours of footage as it is. . So like, wow, , , that must have been. . Lot of what is required for something without the kind of caught away stained. . Interesting to think about funding a project like this in like post the iphone world. . Because there's like a very like obviously a useless modern. . Just, , film it like whistle the money going yeah. It's . like it's interesting. . She talks about the various ways in which the film was funded was funded by a bunch of different organization. . Thirteen. . Different organizations contributed funding including the baby say. . And she stalked interviews about how? ? It's the late eighties you conscious show someone from the BBC your footage you have to fly someone out from. . England oh. . Wow. . Yeah. . My Gosh and show them a physical film real. . So is that indicative of a certain level of like promises project was seen to have if she was able to show it to someone like that or did this happen quite routinely it was just logistically difficult Y-. . Oh. . Yeah. . So instead of a purely observational documentary, , the earlier interviews that she'd recorded were bought back and more interviews were conducted. . Most notably interviews conducted in one thousand, , nine, hundred, , , nine broad sense of narrative to the film by depicting the commercial success of Willi Ninja, , as well as the tragic murder of Vance Extravaganza young star in the bowl seen who features prominently throughout the Documentary Livingston has self describes the film making process as followers. . Suddenly, the , people I filmed worked with me in pop because I represented a chance to speak out to be in front of a camera to show off I, , consider Paris burning collaboration on the deepest level, , the people who. . Are Articulate funny poised while the editor and I made coherent full that we saw the documentary was truly written by the bowl people themselves I use that quite because questions of narrative agency consent and understanding of the nature of the documentaries production became deeply controversial upon the film's release and will form a pot about lighter discussion. . But before we get into that, , I wanted to do a bit
"paris" Discussed on Hysteria 51
"Nation nation in a time when whenever every day feels like groundhog's Day. Hey Phil Phil Phil Phil. I thought that was you. We thought we'd look back at timer to win win. Time literally. Let me put that in. Prince. He's allegedly stopped or something. At least this is the Paris time gas so I want to preface this one as this was a hard one for me too. That's what she some research and stuff on and it's it's another one that a lot of people at work we're plowing through all the backtrack of of requests and this is this is one. We'll get into why. But it's a Doozie Sovan. Dateline December twenty ninth nineteen o two feels like it was just yesterday anyway. Are we still acknowledging? All the pendulum clocks in Paris. Stop and everyone woke up sick at one. Oh Five. Am The end. That's the story. And they're not quite though and we need to add as you already did a huge allegedly there but that is the story of the Paris time gap and they also said it was only pendulum operated clocks and not spring operated clocks. Think of your grandfather clocks that you have those big things that that Swing back and forth in fact. I wanted I've always wanted like a big old school grandfather clock. And then they don't look into how much they cost and the longer won't one. I remember Bill Kincaid. A professor we had in college had one and every once in a while you would have to. They had like the the chain. You'd pull down. It's weighted interesting. Read that it would always as long as you did that. It would always stay running My grandmother growing up she had one of those old school Cuckoo clocks that did actual on the hour. The little doors would open a little. Little Bird would flied out. You know they're slide out. Tweeden make whatever noise and they go back in. I mean we have lost the art of cool clocks nowadays. I don't know man. I got one downstairs that has pacman and the ghosts that role across the screen here and there so that honestly that that I was actually thinking of that one when I said that that is the only cool clock. I can think of anyone's home the whole room at night it's actually pretty cool Speaking of Pendulum we had one as a kid. My parents had one on the wall. Just a small like a two foot. Maybe Three Foot. I don't know it's Kinda swung pendulum. France has the. I don't want to say this on. The pendulum is what it's called the giant pendulum. Beautiful clock again. Yeah they never stops. Yeah well nineteen who might differ. One of the thing on grandfather clocks the real reason to have one year. Full-size one I don't know if yours was big enough to count. No because that's obviously where the portals are hidden you need to open up the false interior wall. And that's how you obviously you've been watching webster because that's what led to the latter. They got up to that secret. Room That's right. I was thinking like you. I don't know not not not Narnia. But that type of thing where you open up something in you know go to a different world The back of your dryer world socks go. It's exactly right it's a it's a pocket universe. It's a it's a pocket socket university pocket so if you were up though they say at one zero five you're sick. He didn't feel good. And if you'RE ASLEEP YOU WOKE UP SICK. Brent. I`Ma Stop you right there. Calling Bullshit on this whole thing. No one in Paris asleep at one zero five in the morning. That's that's a that's all that's bag at our by law. They have to be up at one. It's a it's a known fact. It's recorded in many books Just don't look it up. But they leather bound and and they smell of rich Mahogany or the room. Does that would be really tasty sourdot. Dude sour dough starter. There's made like a library. Where all those particular flying around from the last hundred years that'd be like the most You're the Saturday would have more.
"paris" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Take. Paris. Tell me. Me. Ace. Dan. Lucky? Lucky for you. You told your own tie. If that's how you really feel. Why'd you go last night. You say all. To control your life. But are you gonna lie? How you gonna? I don't think so I learned from it. From your own money. So funny. Tell me why you waiting for me..