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"torsten" Discussed on Tips for Travellers Podcast

Tips for Travellers Podcast

02:08 min | Last month

"torsten" Discussed on Tips for Travellers Podcast

"Can viking ocean cruises ever be as good as their fans would lead you to believe. Before i came on viking. I was constantly told by people who love viking ocean that it is wonderful. it's magnificent. It's unique it's different. It's the best it. Does this better that better. So i bought it my very first ocean crews here on viking venus with a little bit of trepidation and some pretty high standards what i can tell you as you see during the course of this. It didn't entirely go to plan. I was blindsided by things. I was surprised by somethings and some things. Were basically pretty much. As i expected but the thing that really stood out no one had really warning about so. Stick with me to find out what those things were if you knew here. I'm gary benbridge. Welcome aboard welcome aboard viking venus. I'm here to make it fun and easy to discover plan and enjoy unforgettable cruise vacations and is viking cruises unforgettable or not one of the things that are arrested with both before i came on cruise and during the cruise is exactly who or what is. Viking oceans like increases is an independent line it was created and is so chaired by its founder. A man called torsten haagen so viking ocean of course came from rivers they started in european rivers and then expanded to rivers around the world and then are also gains expedition. cruising delivered. Experience on viking is pretty luxury but it's not ultra luxury so probably quite comfortably competes with an fits with lines like say. Oh she anya. As amara perhaps even winstar which is pretty luxurious small ships higher level of service good quality fixtures and fittings however. It was very clear that viking has a significant difference to those lines so people who might like those lines like viking. But they'll find something very different because the experience viking is quite different though to those particular lions because at its heart has a very different philosophy. And that's because it came from riveted started with rivers not with ocean and the whole way that they approach and do cruising is pretty

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Do Viking Cruises Lives Up To All The Hype?

Tips for Travellers Podcast

02:08 min | Last month

Do Viking Cruises Lives Up To All The Hype?

"Can viking ocean cruises ever be as good as their fans would lead you to believe. Before i came on viking. I was constantly told by people who love viking ocean that it is wonderful. it's magnificent. It's unique it's different. It's the best it. Does this better that better. So i bought it my very first ocean crews here on viking venus with a little bit of trepidation and some pretty high standards what i can tell you as you see during the course of this. It didn't entirely go to plan. I was blindsided by things. I was surprised by somethings and some things. Were basically pretty much. As i expected but the thing that really stood out no one had really warning about so. Stick with me to find out what those things were if you knew here. I'm gary benbridge. Welcome aboard welcome aboard viking venus. I'm here to make it fun and easy to discover plan and enjoy unforgettable cruise vacations and is viking cruises unforgettable or not one of the things that are arrested with both before i came on cruise and during the cruise is exactly who or what is. Viking oceans like increases is an independent line it was created and is so chaired by its founder. A man called torsten haagen so viking ocean of course came from rivers they started in european rivers and then expanded to rivers around the world and then are also gains expedition. cruising delivered. Experience on viking is pretty luxury but it's not ultra luxury so probably quite comfortably competes with an fits with lines like say. Oh she anya. As amara perhaps even winstar which is pretty luxurious small ships higher level of service good quality fixtures and fittings however. It was very clear that viking has a significant difference to those lines so people who might like those lines like viking. But they'll find something very different because the experience viking is quite different though to those particular lions because at its heart has a very different philosophy. And that's because it came from riveted started with rivers not with ocean and the whole way that they approach and do cruising is pretty

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"torsten" Discussed on Cloudbase Mayhem Podcast

Cloudbase Mayhem Podcast

01:48 min | Last month

"torsten" Discussed on Cloudbase Mayhem Podcast

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"torsten" Discussed on Cloudbase Mayhem Podcast

Cloudbase Mayhem Podcast

07:24 min | Last month

"torsten" Discussed on Cloudbase Mayhem Podcast

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"torsten" Discussed on Cloudbase Mayhem Podcast

Cloudbase Mayhem Podcast

07:15 min | Last month

"torsten" Discussed on Cloudbase Mayhem Podcast

"Torsten. It's it's good to see you have streams at senior bentley lucite other at nationals and chilean and then i followed the super final very closely i was wishing i was over there with you. Guys was just two quick turnaround after after the ex house to get back to switzerland. But you got a lot of days. You only had a couple. I think the last day in one day in the beginning. That's pretty remarkable for flying in the ryan valley howard. The conditions in what was like so that was a special Have been four times in disentis and suppose the strongest conditions but you said no no accidents. Nobody had any trouble with some close calls or anything. I heard a few people that i follow on instagram. So it was pretty. Refugees decided to land one day and now gas too much might have the so task. He was pretty nasty. Guinea something veteran post blowing in get him. Voting ends a just brewing up crazy. That might little decided not to mention any lenders. Yeah definitely ration-. I've while inside by a Will smash america's not so nice sometimes Absorb castro coming So is very unique area and there are always some surprises around some corners and we had life Luckily we had Though exited the nothing quite coalition. That yeah i mean it's Did i read that. It was the first super final. That's been done proper mountains. Is that correct correct. I was also surprised both against the odds and the always the dream Were of the former Chief who unfortunately died than doing flying like seventy years ago. It was always his dream to hell. This said now with the situation that the ultimate messed up man said road landau it finally the therefore you Successful gets haas racing. As i think about the most sporting event vote helps petition invites. Hope they can keep doing that. Is what a spectacular. The pictures are ryan. Is you know i've flown. They're a bunch with all the races the x. apps and stuff and me like you said it does bite there are some snakes crawl out of the crawl out of the steep mountains air. But it's beautiful on. What an awesome place to race. I agree not what. I what i was a. It's both of live your friends and enjoy racing longer rich Nice insult hold on. Hold his dude ideas substates. So that was that unique symbols Eagles fly but for me the most thing always figure very rock condition said Certain just dry in the decide in trouble glide pro doing at you know students of this iteration menu of a two-speed Pretty but not of china's sitting. I i read pursue over. Yeah yeah yeah fair. Enough up the. How long have you been flying cops. Who was right off. The girls will see got ninety. Four the each. Be juno channing. Ans- something ninety six the first world cup since ninety nine. I'm twenty seven years. I think i keep you keep you keep yourself extremely fit. That must. yeah what what. What is your exercise regime ahead. What do you what do you do it. Cohen was drinking where dan domain Spoil said a. I have some attended Feedback to beat eighty case ads like ben side. And then maybe i i try to jovan. Oxygen kits ivc Though they really enjoy the king posting losing so. I try to meet each days. I'm suppose instead of feeding review goes no wonder you're such a pilot is getting automated so sure you get your kids into line through already Shed they did all of that girl. She's she's suba adventurous. You always based So now where we have to triple adept. But honestly i most heaviest move kite surfing well. Some adults less less gravity related. Come by right.

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"torsten" Discussed on Konsulatet Poddar

Konsulatet Poddar

01:34 min | 4 months ago

"torsten" Discussed on Konsulatet Poddar

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"torsten" Discussed on Konsulatet Poddar

Konsulatet Poddar

06:18 min | 4 months ago

"torsten" Discussed on Konsulatet Poddar

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"torsten" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"torsten" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The referee. Hello Torsten speaking. Hi, Torsten Barrett was the head Olympic badminton referee who got that call, And I also heard the Spectators. Booze. Oh, I went to watch it. It looked Pretty old for this was not right together and told them that they were not playing seriously and they were making a very serious mistake and they played stupid and said, no, we're playing. We're trying out best Tomio, so we were actually able to get in touch with your name in three of the four players in that match, both Korean players young Eagle Jang Kyung UN and they're going to kill Kim Hannah and also one of the Chinese players. How well Sally Wong Shelly and And once you Ollie told me they were tryingto lose in that match, But what do we didn't expect to South Korea would do? The same thing hasn't found a hole And as for the Koreans junk Young and said that they, too, were tryingto lose, at least during certain moments in the game. But when the crowd started to boot cut down and the ref came out, her partner Kim Hana said that I was surprising in Bari. They were just scared. We just wanted to get out of the court as soon as possible. So Torsten walks off the court. They went in court again and then the second serve after Torsten walks out.

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Is Apple dying?

Bloomberg Surveillance

05:34 min | 1 year ago

Is Apple dying?

"I want you to bring in our next guests. I've been to an apple apple Amazon all morning, and I think you've got some great insights here. But I got one story I'm standing on Fifth Avenue. With one of the great giants of early Apple Analysis. Lawrence Haverty of Putnam and of Gabelli, and everyone around us was talking about the death of Apple and Larry have already stood. Next to be and he said, Tom, it is total baloney. Larry. However, he was right 10 years ago, telling that might have been the 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Exactly. We've done that. I think we've done it five times since it's well joining us Now we're lucky to have a meet Dario Nardi ever caught outside Apple analyst with us right now, I made how on Earth do south, $26 billion worth of iPhones. Or the world simile Shut down. You know, That's a great question. I think it's a combination ofthe perhaps having the right product launched. I see a lower price product. But importantly in the apple management extensively about this The benefits of the economic stimulus that kind of permeated through the ecosystem. For them. Something is a combination of those two. But for the one of the really make it, perhaps to Corbett, where we've all been fixated on how public cloud off from his data centers are the new narrative. Perhaps the importance of Apple and its ecosystem is also gone up, especially from a consumer standpoint, so I mean, let's be really clear about this. Is this a consumer staple something you have to have or luxury goods company that leverage the massive fiscal stimulus of the last few months? It's somewhere in the middle of this right now. It is definitely a higher prize Luxury. Good, aspirational product. There's no denying that right. You could buy a cheaper for me. Goodbye, Cheaper piece if you want it. So there is a luxury element to this, but it has also the same time become business people built for individuals that work everything delivered in the stats. Apple Hod I thought with fairly impressive, which is 50% of the Max and iPad was the first time buyers ever 75% of Watts was sold to the first time buyers ever. Wow. I mean, that is tremendous, and it really highlights the importance of the hardware aspect of apple. Even though a lot of people were saying heading into this year, This had to become more of a services company. They had to get more revenue. From their iTunes and there are other services that was in line with expectations didn't have the massive beat of the other hardware focused aspects. What do you take away from that going forward? Yeah, you keep it up services are field was up 15% of the no, Not not not a terrible number, but clearly not the way it's been going in the past. I think the reality of services It's a massive business today. There are lots of puts and takes to it. And so what they saw was perhaps the advertising business licensing business. There is actually a ghoul, um, and apple care business, which is effectively the Newport Those those products of those services were declining. A bit more faster, did not grasp the flipside was things like Apple music. Things like APP store did much better if it was a bit of focus. Your tale of two cities. But you step back and think about this just keeps validated the point that this is diversity at scale. And even if you don't see services are iPhones rate, things like Apple Watch Variables and Max are doing better. I mean, I've been looking for an entry point on Apple for seven years, and I'm still searching for myself. A January 1st, mate, I want you to tell me the kiss and kiss January 1 return on Apple. This would 10% dividend growth. And also with that massive, persistent share buyback program, and I locked in for an 8% return day one. You know the buy back alone, a TTE least for the next four years. It's not longer probably will give you about a 6% return that she ever doctor will be about 6% right? You know, the dividend yield. Given the stock has improved. Paramount is about a one person today it's in the ZIP code. It's about 7% return between buybacks and evidence that you get annually. I look at this folks and just extraordinary. What was just said. They're about a 7% return day. One is well. Tim Cook spoke about the social issues. That they are not zero sum. Anybody in economics knows that that is back to Torsten Veblen. Is Apple, adding to society or they just stealing share from everything else out there that can't compete. Um I would imagine that they are more adding to the society. Worse is not, And you know, if you look at Apple's market shit, it is not a large number by any means any metric that they're playing right? Attend a video eating what Apple is done what others have done. Perhaps make things more productive, more interactive or efficient. Everyone benefited from that transition if you may, but I don't think that Taking anything away. That probably added to the society. We tried to have this conversation in the last Lets do it again. What's behind this stock split? Well, I think the official's times was, this makes it more accessible for investors will stand. Julie, not if it matters right. It doesn't create much economic well hear the end of the day, right? If I own one Charlotte for Chester. It's a bit of a non event. From our perspective From economic perspective. It's a non event. But their take is it helps the smaller retail investors more so we should do it.

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AI and New Tech in Orthopedics

The Voice of Healthcare

07:05 min | 1 year ago

AI and New Tech in Orthopedics

"Phoenix surgeon. The Nice thing about incorporating technology into our work today is that there's many different facets we can utilize it one area that I would say in regards to reduce provisions that we talked about is how do we make our practices. Smarter Redo His from Radiology Perspective. So I definitely use. Ai and clever was some individuals to look at media graphs not just that the hip and knee which we look specifically but other areas around it but also using a. I the diagnosed utilize ai to identify implants which we can't do as well with the human eye. An area of interest for myself and Thurston is infections and so we're using technology tech infections earlier because we know that earlier detection is earlier treatment which is outcome for patients. So this is done with sensors. Sometimes you the placement skin placed inside intense themselves and when it comes to technology another area that I'm interested in investigating is when do implants fail so when we look at technology today when I can tell implants? Failing my biggest indicator is a patient coming in with pain after getting an implant placed in. It's not a very sensitive indicator by far so people are developing who we call smart implants where you're putting in technology into implants themselves that can detect these problems of loosening beforehand. So we can utilize those regular everyday practices. Hossan M I. I couldn't agree with you more. I think the The future really is in technology and algae via from numerous ways You know the I think the idea of implantable smart. Implants has has huge potential. Identifying you can start off the bio mechanics. Amazing why they fail. You also can monitor patients much better. We're going to be doing much of our Care has to be much more cost. Effective way to be a monitor them from afar That would be far superior. We can identify patients who need more. You would know much more about this than I do. Because you're the infection grew as here but I could imagine implants that someday. We'll be able to pick up infections before we know they're infected. Maybe self diagnosing type implants also if you look at it. There's some areas that that are so fundamental if you think of what we lack in and there's such a need for technology were just beginning to scratch the surface on that we don't balance a knee until maybe more the last five years any differently than John. Insult did it thirty years ago. It's I think this is good. And we don't know what we think is bounced stays the same balanced two months later two years later which patients loosen which patients don't loosen. We don't we haven't had objected ways. I think with the sensor technology with robotics we will gain insight to know how we should treat various different patients and really go to individualizing the patient. And then you begin to say using the data that we are deriving could derives law all these technology. This is torsten and I think I agree with both of you guys and and I think Antonio spot on if you look at the use of I in in healthcare. I think the area that we're most advanced is the imaging area. They are advanced algorithms available. That disappoint even read at an accuracy that succeeds ever trade yards. So I think this is a huge area. If an orthopedic surgeon that uses x Ray every day to follow patients to diagnose patients determine their readiness for surgery to say that. Hey we're reaching this point where you probably going to be candidate for for total joint replacement and you can incorporate dad on the Tele Medicine Platform. You can get x-rays anywhere and I read it and then refers the patient A personal interest of mine where I use. Ai and machine learning is in predicting outcomes We have been for the past three years. I've been working on projects trying to predict length of stay cost overrun in a in a bundled episode Predicting adverse events such as readmission Divas it's Or DISCHARGE DISPOSITION. The challenges there. Is You machine? Learning models depend on the accuracy of the data that you feed into the model also accurate coding and ended event trade for this especially orthopaedics. Elective surgery is fairly small. So you need large numbers to get. Akron models But I think that that has a tremendous Opportunity in that area when it comes to a If you talk about technology and orthopedics and I don't think I think Steve mentioned going as like I think one area that we really have come a long way and that we're making rapid improvements. It's using robotics sensors. I I to balance the using robotics to do the cops. Think these areas Extremely fast growing areas with companies diving into it and rapidly releasing new technologies reducing revisions conference. We talk a lot about this kind of edge of the circle research. The things that you all just mentioned and what you're excited about what you discussed. What would you say to those listening? patients providers technicians. Do you think is the most tangible rate Just right on the circle of we'RE GONNA. This thing is about to be across the country and available in all markets. Why are you excited about that? Particular piece of technology. I think what is middle available at this point in most of the hospitals I would say the market penetration close to fifty sixty percent. Now is some type of robotic technology or navigation technology. It's available implant placement. I think that that is something that patients can have a conversation with the provider about the benefits and risk without. But that is Fandy. Well penetrated an orthopedic market. And then if you if you go and shift to value based environment and look at what is available there. Several companies smaller companies platforms that offer. Ai Technologies or communication technologies to provide us to interact with patients and that goes as far as as using tell them visits and Ritual follow ups and I think Dole Todd technologies that in my opinion they bay exciting something that comes in handy during this code nineteen crisis as

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"torsten" Discussed on The Queens Fortress

The Queens Fortress

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"torsten" Discussed on The Queens Fortress

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"torsten" Discussed on The Queens Fortress

The Queens Fortress

07:06 min | 1 year ago

"torsten" Discussed on The Queens Fortress

"Plays a huge role in white men developed to be in this day and age. You See It's it's a sad reality way. Men Are taught to be strong and to be dominating and everything and anything in like the the easily they are easily dedicated to dominate females especially UC where the ad supplement. Andy told that they have ownership over over females which is not the case So what I do with my son. I teach him to be intrusion with his emotions and feelings. You get hurt. I mean and tell him all the time is eight. You know what when something is bugging you come sit down with me and tell me what is what is begging you. Even if it's the most smallest things you know what I mean. 'cause is the most smallest things that That did that they'd become big. You know these. These approve these appropriate that says evil enters through the whole of a needle in spread. It spread like an oak tree. You see so if you don't stop something from win it's small. It is going to become big and right now in society men dealing with things that they don't want to deal with they deal with them in certain avenues in ways of being angry being violent doing. That's why these such cases of rape these women being killed and stuff like that you get I mean so I try bone means to instill such values in my son and say the trouble if this is not sitting well with you no matter. What whether talk three the you know you know like I don't WanNa please come with you or something like that or one or communist collected or you WANNA play soccer. But I don't have time. Please tell me and then you know 'cause there was a time way he wanted. There was something you wanted to drew. And like our chauvel and by emotions myself nate and I was going through the West on the day and like we hit a crane session me and him and like immediately. When we didn't done with the conversation he was like deadliest. Shafts ACACIA new into guy get a Like frozen lollies and staff deal was like right shop. You know but the main thing is to talk about things deal with things get it out. We need to talk men out there. If you if you hitting this we need to even when we get together as men. We are taught to bottle things up. You know we are like a walking Pandora's box if some if one thing if it opens up just slightly it is over you know so we need to deal with things guys chance okay. We're about to wrap up. We have a surprise faquir like he's just going to throw him excited but clearly. That's not what we can find you where you're going to be a show about just like touch us up. Okay okay. Social Media Matters. You can find me on facebook page. It's clear you'll you'll see this rather with the yellow boonies video actually within with an Afro. Watch McCall. Twitter is soaked here. T- and then Instagram Kearse by underscores with small caps. And then and yeah you follow me. And then you'll get to hear what is wide because I'm GONNA be doing a lot of things guys Claude. Also soundcloud guys. Yeah soundcloud Yeah you can. I don't know what the OH I don't find it on his pages. Yeah you can go to soundcloud and then just type out clear. 'cause I have a single that have released little for the poem about my son. Beautiful mistitled my joy in barricades. Little what is your favorite line from the poem F- okay. This is his home. His home for me Nepalese. The day. I figured out that I was labeled a useless father. Figure was when my pockets with seen a shallow is the puddles that exist on the surface of Assad. I'm not going to come in. This is my life. That is my lane so you can go to soundcloud just about here. My Joy in brackets taboo. And then you'll find it. They in a in a dishonest too so we spoke about humans being even if he lost on the twenty second of March is going to be about three That's in Pretoria. He has failed. We're going to have details day momentum. Same on what? Is it a privacy? Simon being and sounds collector sound collector and then I'll opening excellent caller desire. Ring Queen Canadian Club. You serve ely and so soya trie. Can you give me two words Wildwood? I come to as an angel words clear to. I'm wrong one hundred down into it. Why would I come? Ageless three gene. A Machine Eighteen L. Esso's there's going to be people going to be grown people so you know you like grown people poems. You're going to hear the like what we're hearing. I'M GONNA deliver Phili- Three if not four new poems. Then there's going to be Heaven's Hell I know people love that. There's going to be sacred. Egged my six poem and then if all if have been yeah if all goes well might deliver as well My joy every spring. So you must come through. I'll be delivering the things on their theatrical tip plays with a band all right last part of the show so hyper data and he found out on these pages. Intented eighteen extra chopped EP years and we are into a track by a producer named pedia by a producer named Guanda federal and clear out Into so much tuning into the first episode of Twenty Twenty for the Queen's voters this season and we had been clear Ripka thank Joanne. Germans took us a half Lewa meaning. Thank you so much for coming. Thank you very much on facebook. It's clear on twitter. It's Esotique on instagram. It's at as fire on soundcloud. Lukman hero no and if you WANNA find morea on facebook that's underscore on twitter for money and the school in into it as well an instagram view. Maurya I've exciting news. We'll be partnering with Culture View Magazine so watch out for and please.

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"torsten" Discussed on The Queens Fortress

The Queens Fortress

10:30 min | 1 year ago

"torsten" Discussed on The Queens Fortress

"Participating most days Chinese listless city housing people that are looking for themselves making it very hard for one to easily find love for this city. How trained those to dealers from our hearts since in his daily customs of torture to forget the magic that Amir kiss embargo possess but the day we met we found each other among the rubble of moving bodies and God means to make Earth stance deal for us. It was as if we've known each other for light years. If our souls today demerged heaven must have handpicked us on purpose. Morality was a blur when I got lost in hair site. She managed to hold hard in shaky knees together for the for. She loved the earthquake that took place inside of her for the mere taste of love gives us the feeling of eternity living in the prisons of God's masterpiece they use the soul. It is for those that dive into it with the spirits head. I in those that let their hearts Huggett until the ends of time for love breathes breathing and the heart becomes late headed in the soul. Dance Rhythm with peace and guests to quenches. Thirst with joy for love gives goosebumps an to kiss the body skin and the time to die in order to live and breathe in heavens so to those who are baffled and are constantly rattled by love in those that think it is a little league needs a lifetime to figure out to those that have doubt and see it as a black sheep in those days like it but never seem to be truly devoted to it to those that are crooks steal it at midnight and fake it with crooked smile during the day to those that abuse it by punching the feelings of his devote ts to those that impose on it for their own selfish benefits. Let it go before you drag innocent souls with you. You don't have been Nagai's name you have love in your life don't have do you have in la. La until I came in good time. 'cause like the blunt is has not been face matched to poems at one and I didn't even. I'm not a new concept I it happened. I did not prepare for it but it happens him. I think I got the line right. Mariela to blow when I got lost and I I what what what. What the Lodge Yo. What's up guys? You're still taking in the critical trust with your Maury and we have a clear and try. Yeah yes here is a flame in the studio so croissant so much to talk about guys. Oh you went to Washington DC or year with Jonathan Takas Exchange Program how they talk about DC went to begin. I'm getting flashbacks. Who's on Lake Stories? We don't WANNA hear Morozov. Listen EP feeling bad and the beautiful thing about Washington. Dc Ladies and gentlemen is that you get to perform a very night. And I mean every like these Chouhan slash franchise called busboys and poets. Where they have sessions every night there whether it's an open Mike with a gift featured poet they have slams and all of that. You know got to do workshops with a school with an art. School really focused strictly on your leg. Your Journalism Your Music. All these things you know. So I got to do like a writing workshop with Generalists staff students were studying journalism. Yeah what else are got to perform at the Freedom Day Bri in Washington. Dc So many South Africans. They are giving their living. They're fully yeah like you moved to. Dc from what you experienced. Not Really. It wouldn't help you outgrow like how's The in terms of ads. You could easily easily flourish easily easily. Not as difficult. He's not as difficult as like here in house. Who sought us what Afric- and then in two thousand sixteen this man decided to perform Darod and produce. He's own piece of work. Lots of the madness. This is called speaking from experience and capable Mississippi State Theatre in Pretoria at twenty sixty two flashing. This body of work is Dialect Ted and roads a the things so I did it with a fourty. Male choir and jazz bent. Ed was a bassist Somebody on drums then keyboard and Saxophone. So the production was like one hour twenty five minutes long. If I'm not mistaken delivered nine poems and then we brought it also the Mafia for the Trade Faith Festival in award. Winning team another award. You got poet of the wooden solid. Dean was the was the poll that you want with. It wasn't based poem. Say Hey mega is show coming out. Top five for seven episodes from not mislead you perform episodes and then get up by for seven. I performed a performed seven out of eight episodes. Then a one king of the Mike for one episode Yolande Bezos. He just wreck things. That's that's that's the date you know whether University Gordon. Can you speak about another one? Just beat okay. You are what you spit is a poetry movement where we come together as poets and then I groom them the mentor They come to me there as we can. I like to things with poetry has come through the help I can help. You and have workshops have opened my eggs. We get together. We share poems but what we do at the same time as that. We share poems. And then we get to dissect the poem not to say This was good. This is bad but we also dissect it and say you have included this because it you know intellectually and stuff like that will give each other positive criticism like we we. We building each other. You know yeah so and you speak to the people who are listening who maybe would want to join the to find out about it okay. We have a page on the on the on the facebook things you know so they can hit us up there. You our just spit. They can find us. They will find. The profile. Picture is a microphone. That is Ingrid. Spitting weds there. Yeah but to let people know because of logistical. Meta's is going to change from you. Our just spit to speak child. Wanted Change and it did this. The the name speak child is much more eleven. Don't feel like it throws off people who have been growing with you. No no no no we. We had a conglomeration of Jewish conglomeration elderly work with the team. And then we sit down and we spoke about it in this like. It's it's it's it's it's sounds pro patriotic. You know You know ED gun again. I was the what do they say? change is could And you know we need to grow with the times and and simplify the metro. Yeah because a lot of people are like. Oh that's a mouthful you our to spit and we believe it is quite you know what I mean so I said let's wrestlers simplify. The medicine. See speak child because like it's a movement for the Youth F we as a platform for high school or you're looking at every everyone goes. I have like a seventeen year old that I'm grooming right now. I think to if I'm not mistaken. Yeah Kookaburra loon matter. Matter matter. Matter matter is actually in-studio we have another one of our esther logic. Cowles the exciting in love with the city and clear is one of us and Pisces guys. Talking right yeah. I'm on the Twenty Third Little Sundays. Yeah the thing is what I wanted to do. As I'm having a show on the twenty second of March the launch of my new body of work titled Two Menu so the plan was to release this as my own busy presenter not busy and then to affect logistics and. Meta's not coming together so I had to push it too much. You get what I mean so on the twenty third of February the Union Building from twelve until five am welcoming all kinds of artists to come and jam and then make the busy. Things happen for a gentleman video. He's age. I zero you too. And we're trying to figure it out what's happening and you've got a whole host six year old men sitting in your house columns going get a job. Young beautiful point is how not to be a scary man. Men are very scary especially South African main dish. Yeah doing to ensure that he has good principles and values and it doesn't go down. The Path Window said eligible. South Africa is that Patrick.

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"torsten" Discussed on The Queens Fortress

The Queens Fortress

11:41 min | 1 year ago

"torsten" Discussed on The Queens Fortress

"With me doing poem about homeless people and studied photography at two T- ads campus and ahead of documentary assignment that it had to do over theory school period as school break periods? So I took a huge leap of faith in juneau AD. Limina do the usual usual at everybody's different. The universe just known today to about homeless people and took like I said You. Not even my lecturer say take that people faith in spend some time with him. You know Nosy like okay. I will go an extra step and say you know what? Let me try and spend inmate or two with them and camouflage myself as a homeless person to get this story in depth not excited so to be cutting the story short. I didn't survive the streets. You know I spent the day even the NATO when alas name you know and it was a rough guys because I I heard stories and so things and it was it. Staff guys address not beautiful. 'cause like these people would even step each other for a blanket to keep warm at night and. Oh Yeah and then the Palestine Poem also. It was bashed bashed. You know you you you you witness off today but you know it's like no limit hold beg because they're gonNA get pissed now. So what I did is that I can go to Palestine guys you know besides having a passport or visa or whatever you know even financing what It's rough out there. You know what is going on right now so what I did is that I gathered as much information as possible. The News looks history with my mom as well knowing these things so I gave it all those things and I put it together. And they've called me at a conference called GonNa Gang In Solidarity with the people of Palestine does the Palmas born. You know so I delivered poem and there were a couple of people from Palestine date. There was a guy a boy who experienced the violence there in the there was an explosion that happen next to him and then partially his his head was like out ahead to be transported to from Palestine to South Africa to get like that surgery and to cover up the you know so I delivered a poem in front of people from Palestine and people even have a problem with it. Then you come then come to their places boom and they'd become DB. Can we say if you WANNA speak to someone else? The the main thing is information and the information is important guys okay and Said said enough. They were poets. Who came to this place? Twenty eight hundred thousand nine hundred who delivered poems guys and they ask them questions and they just said no ours inspire add this and they didn't even get information and stuff like that and Okay to to to be blunt on this show casing the place in August and they asked me why I'm not claiming anymore explained and told them that why is it that would diesel so quick and write a poem about a prostitute and he's never been a prostitute and okay okay. He's never he's reasonable about Texas drivers and I think and believe is never written a poem apart security cuts. I don't think he's ever been executed. Who has written a poem about Parkinson's disease and I don't think he's ever had Parkinson's disease so does poems are more welcomed than my poems about homeless guy in Palestine. What did I do wrong? So you think it's a pick and choose thing to such an extent and also I think that these people were in agendas against me some announcement would unsound is having awards on the ninth of February. Those will be happening at the pop. Iv Via ta one hundred grand kids in for free and it all starts at three thirty PM on the twenty second of February C. S. P. is having a Titians. This is one. Pm At the job of theater. The CASCA Volodya. While on the twenty third of February at Reception Kingston is having a show. This is the law show at seven years. They'll be moving venues in March. We'll keep you updated the starts at Twelve PM. We are dying years happening on the ninth of February as well at the job of theater at seven PM. It is written by people as each owners. Hope and the music is stunned by Papa. Makwetu PICKED OUT POETRY. Has Changed Location? There now puppies they. Nick show will be much. We will keep you updated. Morita. You in this guy's improve your kids black kids republic also up the new show cover me. I'm going in. Maria was the first video and the next one is coming out soon to stay tune. Or I guys for those of you. Who Don't know the boy is have tim. Yes how him in my local. I'm so you know you could call me a best of both worlds album. You know here. We're going to drop a few random facts about Germany. Okay and we'll see. Seventy percents of the puzzle mckinney. No under to Remember ranked number one. How many countries have German as the official language? Wow okay I think it might be the numbers. Let's get into Navien region man many countries that are l. Take short the darkness I think for. It's five. Sorry House One. One look already of truck on Mass WanNa should've taken this all right. What is the capital of Germany? Palin of all right how many different beers are the intermediate. Is it over one? Point five or one thousand five hundred. Is it over two hundred or is it over. Seven hundred must be over one point five because they serve because they'll fest your values it's a week. It's a week is a drink in your own right now memorial. How many states does Germany consist of dame low? You're not gonNA count throwing them. Betas ten sixteen. You can only get one more those truffles. The first printed book was German. I printed book was in German In the world truffle falls. It's true or next lot brand. What about letting? Listen Sir I rated what brand. What brand of call almost German taxis bins? Nope I'm okay. What is the punishment for attempting to escape jail? Y'All I don't I don't think it's death. I doubt if I doubt is bringing you back to jail because like defeating the I know you quitting this one. I don't know is no punishment because it is human instinct to train three lives. The world's narrow street is in Germany. Right okay how often is it at? Its narrowest in centimeters and narrow narrow narrow street when as a hundred. I think it's how you guessing one meter trying to get anything from me. One point five meters. It's thirty one centimeters and I had the thing in my Indian Indian meters. All Right Truffaut's the government can retake to be a baby names false. It's true they can retake to name. If it's weird in Germany all right and the last time the longest word is actually a German word and it is seventy nine letters long we are. GonNa have you trained pronounce this? Guy's name Jeff. Let's go to Jim and I will try leads gentlemen this thing now and I have to like bring out my accent of this. What do I know how I feel? You failed yourself. Not should've way between them. So I'm so I am going to. Jim GonNA throw you off GonNa through your became. Take this out of the punishment on behalf of testing through that one. All right guys we hitting into our first song of the day. This is given the illustrative massillon. Like I do enjoy ghosts and efficiency of changing people's expectations hope the way to fishing resting on my shoulders. Heavy burdens Begat for Nuffield. That quasimodo a child was pulled to remember that my bachelors and when it aches could be neighbor paints of giving. Because I've been hell bent on making my dream some and my distant. He's not a path that is inescapable. See the Pacific this has always been optional. Visits before we do you wish to succeed. I can tempted to say no but the thought of my watching makes me get up and go and buy the Jesus always embraces a product. The fear buffet that makes me too anxious to set my best. Hope Emma situational change and now forget. That failure has lessons to take the city. Frighten Away Home Navigate Mazes. Help me Cabbie the node. 'cause it's hard. My shoulders ache to walk out of city city. Not My way. Home navigate through dismays. Help Cabbie the node. 'cause it's hard shoulders as to the desert heaps of my insecurities incompetence investing with anxiety when looking at my neighbor. It's always competitive. Better life or manny.

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"torsten" Discussed on The Queens Fortress

The Queens Fortress

09:00 min | 1 year ago

"torsten" Discussed on The Queens Fortress

"What do you get up to and you can't sleep? I read books a get into my phone. I questioned myself. I have a new home while Kia fictional character crush. What's okay no problem between fiction and nonfiction? I was the difference. You since the loss the lies. Who's your crash from? The lies made of me anyone who has to be him. Yeah yes worst thing you have ever been caught doing instead. He picked up. Why you're really come back as you'll get to teach your pitch to say one thing. What would it be would up word? I'm yes or no to mainstay. Yes this great humanity to an alien and we are. We are an organized. Kale's I'M A to simplify. My mind was get was. What color should the ocean be? Wow it was blue blue. What are you most grateful for right now for the current drug? They're busy with and things are coming in abundance. Nanday they're working in a land with the universe and God is like Augusta. You could kill one illness. What would it be an illness? is depression and illness. You Sir yeah okay if you were in a witness protection program what would your name be. And where would you be out? Be Thomas Thomas League. Would you be out be the belly of A DISA- Baba issues. Okay I been. You've been caught doing clear your guys. Okay okay begging. The day with enchanting is homeboys you know they developing a new area in La Khudobin. Yeah and then we stole cats and then we tried to get water and then we open the gifts in this house which was still under development and then we got chased. Our at random chased is in. Then I kinda fascinated by the most important question of the day John Wayne whine. Thank you the best way to start the season. What'S UP YO? You are in the Queen's poachers and we are children with torsten clear. Ripka shot of wine to start the morning. I I guess I continue you choose. Yeah you don't really. Yeah yeah opening white there we go and the last snap. Unfortunately I'd ask Tustin. Yes introduce yourself with the poems. There is no difference between night and day in Palestine. The Sun and the moon out of Palestine's view the earth and the atmosphere oldest collide in Palestine space and time out of mind in Palestine. Heaven is trying to find its footing in Palestine while hell his drenched. It's hot all over Palestine. The people they eat bullets and explosions for breakfast. And drink it all down with each other's blood through eyesight. Fresh air is a foreign thing to the lungs for the only know how to Inhale Death. An army tanks though kneeling. They know his bombs. Dropping from the sky warplanes camouflaged as clouds land. Mines sprouting out from the surface like weeds and the clowns are holding spirits. Hostage in the address lists. This place is the perfect definition of the valley of dry bones. Children used toned-down homes as pillows at night and they sleep with one eye open for the rapid rattling of rifles alibis. Gaza stripped to the call for the world wants to get rich permits rich black sue and the only way to survive. They is sadly to die. Fighting is the daily braided. They have no choice but to stomach. It family members only recognize each other by being part with mothers leg pods here and armed pilots over there. The father's head pods there and parts of this fingers over there. The sisters hips partways. There and there in the is partly some way over there the brothers heartbeats in pods there and his guts are apart every way here. This poem is it. Yeah no I can assure you shortly so people will have to hear it when they get the chance to full in-depth full in-depth to cut into to win. It's like one minute forty seconds if I'm not mistaken. Roughly something. What's up guys this season. Two hundred twenty two guys in your spending with a dangerous dangerous man Yell Pa either as wanting for me but why has now spoke of Palestinians like a very serious thing? That's going on okay. Rate and like. I don't think the media does could coverage return what your opinion is of what's happening in Pakistan right now? I think they're just covering. What is benefiting the news right now? Which is the surface of an oral. You know what we are used to like. They're painting a picture for us to get into the situation. Where it's always bombs killings. Always doing this things armies invading the place and whatnot. You don't know indepth story about it where they are countries monotony me waiting for their own personal use because they know these rich oil and they know if they get hold of the head they know that they have the world in the of their hands. So that's why that is not even highlighted. Because when I was writing this poem I was talking to my mother in because she knows a lot about opinion. You know 'cause you told me like no the main reason because because of the oil you know and like this these countries they're trying to camouflage and try to Pray with all these bombings. The army going. And so it's it's a. It's a yeah. Cover up this okay. This is a huge compensation in the space of a poet. Taking someone else's story and making own remain to go. We need to go there. 'cause there's this thing of okay cool. Some people feel poorer the voice of people and retail. What's happening right now? We tell the truth of what's happening in our hands and other people feel like if you're not a woman if you're a man to not speak as a woman. What is your take on speaking someone else's story telling someone else's story it depends Muscian. You shouldn't but indepence as a poet You must understand as much as your work is sensitive. You must take the next person into consideration as is And it depends how you write it because these certain people who write in order to get recognition other people's work through other people's as soon as you get on I mean but if you come with an intention to raise awareness that's another thing as well My personnel mad about this situation. I say guys you have to skies and it was grass anyway issues at a specific piece Asia. When you add on a new name people do. What do the people who had issues.

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U.S. Growth at Slowest Since 2016

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

04:28 min | 1 year ago

U.S. Growth at Slowest Since 2016

"From the Commerce Department. This morning came our first peek at economic growth for the fourth quarter of last year and with it the early estimate of growth for all of two thousand nineteen September. Through new years. The American economy grew at an annualized rate of two point one percent for the full year two point three percent well below it ought to be I noted what president trump and his advisors have been promising with their policy prescriptions also a slowdown from two thousand eighteen to boot of particular interest to us today. Hey the line item in this report covering business. Investment what companies are spending on equipment and computers and office supplies and the like it has been falling for three straight quarters now. Marketplace's short gets. Its going with what we ought to take from that for nine months now American businesses have been spending less and less money on things they might need need in the future. Everything that you have in your office. Everything is having a production factory that is business investment and that is Torsten Slack chief economist at deutschebank. That's a trade. War came along we began to see business spending begin to slow down and unfortunately there's been an status slowdown for essentially the last eighteen months or so the business investment accounts for about thirteen percent of GDP more than two point eight to really IAN dollars so if businesses are kind of backing away slowly from investing in the future. What does that mean for the future? The Lost Time we saw business investment decline for three quarters or more was heading heading into the two thousand eight two thousand nine recession Nicholas Bloom is professor of economics at Stanford we are not rest assured bloom says about to have another big recession Russian decline in business investment now is tiny compared to what it was back then swearing although not surprising for now. Shrinking business investment means. Our economy is growing more slowly. Which we've known? GDP growth in the fourth quarter of twenty nineteen was two point one percent. It was two point. Nine percent overall back in two thousand eighteen Richard TASERS chief corporate economists with Wells Fargo and company over the long run if we as a society do not invest in upgrading and modernizing and expanding our capital stock with newer and better Sheen ARY instructors equipment. We'll be productive and economists. Say they do not expect a rebound in business investment asmant around the corner in New York. I'm Sabrina short for marketplace. So that's US but as I mentioned above there is the small matter of the rest of the global economy. We we also learned this morning that the Mexican economy actually contracted last year not allot a tenth of a percent for all of two thousand nineteen but it is the worst showing for the Mexican economy in a decade marketplace Mitchell Hartman. Has that one. The economic news on Mexican cable network millennial today wasn't good man. He coke zero percent while a lot of economies. Hit speed bumps twenty nine thousand nine hundred. Mexico hit a roadblock says Council on Foreign Relations Latin America analysts Shannon. O'Neill Mexico has has definitely been affected by the softness and US manufacturing and particularly in the automobile industry in aerospace. That's because parts and finished goods. Go go back and forth across the border again and again before being shipped to their final destination and Monica to bowl at the Peterson Institute. Says this complex supply. I Ching often involves another country China. Mexico appears to have been the hardest hit economy on a micro level by the US S. China trade war. A lot of the supply chains between the US and China run through Mexico as well as Mexico's manufacturing sector construction -struction and consumption have also been week economists Repairman Chalk that up to uncertainty. He says business owners and International. Investors have been spooked. EXPI- Mexico's new president cancelling big infrastructure projects and the borders than volatile. In twenty. That team there was discussion about diverting the resources that are used to clear cargo back and forth in order to deal with the refugee situation. There has been some slowdown in the retail traffic. Both sides of the border other problems. Meanwhile continue to play. The country says Monica to bowl. It's a slow growing economy. And one of the reasons is the drag posed by e security narcotrafficking corruption. Issue you. She says even in the best of times. The Mexican economy hasn't grown more than about two and a half percent. I'm Mitchell Hartman for

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"torsten" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"torsten" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is market place I'm calm I raised all one of if not the big threat that your policies to the American economy of such trade is what's going on in the rest of the world slower growth in China for sure but also Japan and Germany lots of places in Europe actually so central banks elsewhere have been cutting interest rates cutting so much that rates are actually negative so Evelyn orally from part of California one is no whether interest rates might go negative here as well marketplace Justin how has out the idea that you have to pay a bank money for the privilege of depositing your money there honestly sounds insane interest rate that the concept is really something that makes your head spin that's Torsten SLOC chief economist at Deutsche Bank he has a quarter of government and corporate bonds around the world have negative rates him if you do is an economics professor at the university of Oregon yeah yes you would get consumers of parking their money at the bank would have to park their money into other after that central banks use negative rates when there's a recession or when their economies are just weak Japan and Europe come to mind but here in the U. S. the economy is fine says Greg McBride at Bankrate the US economy is definitely the best house in that neighborhood the bride says interest rates are still pretty low though and every session hits and the fan has to cut rates further that only has so much room they can maneuver with interest rates before they get down to zero still he says interest rates would have to go far below zero the start affecting regular savers even in Europe it's mostly big institutional investors paying to deposit money but Horsens lock says if rates keep falling below zero people might withdraw their money from the banks and why wouldn't you why should I have my money in the bank with you when I can put it all out and put it in cash so keeping your money under a mattress isn't.

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"torsten" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"torsten" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Ed Baxter ultra luxury carmaker rolls. Royce is predicting record sales in China for this year. It's confident you can navigate the world's biggest auto markets were slowed down in a generation. Bloomberg's Emma O'Brien spoke with rolls. Royce, CEO Torsten Muller Avas, the average age of I Roy's has changed significantly over the last eight years. It was in the beginning around fifty six as an average agent is now down to forty three. And I mean very much on the back off successfully introduced who pays like race phosphate Coupet doing our lovely seductive, beautiful convertible, and of course, not to forgot. Breakfast that more DACA menacing line of Rolls, Royce. And that has brought a lot of change. And also, you need to understand that particular individuals are globally, getting younger and younger and younger, and they change also quite massively we see. In the meantime, very much south drivers only twenty percent of our clients worldwide are so this is a dramatic change from what has happened maybe ten years fifteen years ago. And I think we went with the flow, and we live in a very successful way. Are you looking to alter any of your the spoke offerings in China or elsewhere to satisfy those demands we do that constantly because at the end of the day, you mentioned nation as our clients our limit, and that is not a marketing smoke growing story. It is to and we invested significant headcount money engineering in for that whole, peaceful division, and our business, and I would even say that without be stove rose. I wouldn't exist anymore. So whatever comes here. Also in China. We make. Happen. There's been a lot of attention on the slowdown in car sales here in China once in a generation contraction in sales here, the luxury market has held up. What's your outlook? Do you see that continuing? And why first of all sounds surprising though? But we are not really part of the car market. We're talking about high end luxury goods, technically, it's a car that's too. But all our clients. Don't need a Rolls Royce to come from a to b it is fulfilling that reads, it is the commissioning their piece of art..

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"torsten" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"torsten" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Hi, how Torsten Barron was the head Olympic badminton referee who got that. Call. And I also heard the spectators Puzo I went to watch. It looks pretty awful. This was not right. Plans to get up and told them that they were not playing seriously, and they were making a very serious mistake. And they played stupid. No, we playing best cruel. Knitted told me also. We were actually able to get in touch with three of the four players in that match both Korean players as Tango. When you go John king and chemo nine Nita, Kim Hannah and also one of the Chinese players hall was she'll I'll Shelley Shelly and interview. And once ya Lee told me they were trying to lose in that match. What we didn't expect to South Korea. Would they do the same thing hasn't mails sound? And as for the Koreans junk young ern said that they too were trying to lose at least during certain moments in the game. But when the crowd started to do home Cadran and the ref came out her partner, Kim Hannah said that was surprising embarrassed were just scared. We just wanted to get out of the court as soon as possible. So Torsten walks off the court they went on court again. And then the second serve after Torsten walks out the court. Nothing but net for the next few points. It does not get much better. No, it didn't look like world prospect. So the set comes to an end career wins the set and while the players are waiting on the sidelines.

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"torsten" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"torsten" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The end of the first set. Outcomes a referee. Bug. Hello, Charleston, speaking. Hi, how Torsten Barrett was the head Olympic badminton referee who got that. Call. And I also heard these spectators Puzo I went to watch. It looks pretty awful. This was not right. Get up and told them that they were not playing seriously, and they were making a very serious mistake. And they played stupid. Trying to grow needed told me also. You. We were actually able to get in touch with me my three of the four players in that match both Korean players as the ongoing when you go John king earn and going came on Kim Hannah and also one of the Chinese players. How was she one Shelby? And. Lee told me they were trying to lose that match. What do we get into expected? South korea. Would do the same thing hasn't sunk. Our whole ads for the Koreans junk young earned said that they too were trying to lose at least during certain moments in the game. But when the crowd started to do. Cadran and the ref came out her partner, Kim, ha na said that I was surprised and embarrassed were just. Scare we just wanted to get out of the court as soon as possible. So soft court they went on. And then the second serve after Torsten walks out the court. Nothing but net..

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"torsten" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"torsten" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Speaking. Hi, how Torsten Barron was the head Olympic badminton referee who got that. Call. And I also heard these spectators Puzo I went to watch. It looks pretty awful. This was not right. To get up and told them that they were not playing seriously, and they were making a very serious mistake and they played stupid. Now, we playing trying welfare Grenada told me also. We were actually able to get in touch with me three of the four players in that match both Korean players as good a pit ongoing. You John king and chemo nine Nita Kim Hannah and also one of the Chinese players. How was she Sally one Shelby? And. And once ya Lee told me they were trying to lose in that match. What do we didn't expect it South Korea would do the same thing has found a whole? And as for the Koreans junk young earned said that they too were trying to lose at least during certain moments in the game. But when the crowd started to do. Cadran and the ref came out her partner, Kim haha said that was surprising embarrassed were just. Scared. We just wanted to get out of the court as soon as possible. Edgy. So Torsten walks off the court they went on court again. And then the second serve after Torsten walks out the court. Nothing but net so for the next few points. It does not get much better. No, it didn't look like world class. Senator. So the set comes to an end career wins the set and while the players are waiting on the sidelines..

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60 migrants refused by Italy and Malta arrive in Barcelona

The Brian Lehrer Show

03:03 min | 3 years ago

60 migrants refused by Italy and Malta arrive in Barcelona

"Live from npr news in washington i'm janine herbst president trump is back at the white house from a quick trip to west virginia trump travel to the states greenbrier resort where nba npr's style snyder reports he had his supreme court decision on his mind president trump told his audience at the greenbrier that he spent the past few days interviewing potential nominees to fill the seat of the retiring supreme court justice anthony kennedy he said he's on track to announce his choice on monday he's a very talented people brilliant people and they really love it like just as gorsuch we we had a home run there and we're gonna hit a home run here the white house says the president has interviewed seven prospective nominees three of them on tuesday trump spoke at a charity dinner ahead of a pga golf tournament honoring active duty military veterans trial snyder npr news washington as officials in thailand work on a plan to extract twelve boys and their soccer coach from deep underground cave heavy rain is forecast for later this week which could complicate things one option is to have them dive out but experts say taking inexperienced divers through the flooded cave system would be risky torsten likelier is a german diving expert and a technical advisor to the rescue team that tunneling is basically like in a snake design it's going up and down so you have certain areas which are dry but you might have a steep point he says visibility is extremely poor and officials say the boys in their coach could be down there for weeks or even months militias former prime minister in a jeep razzaq has been formally charged with abuse of power and other criminal charges less than two months after a massive corruption scandal led to his defeat in nationwide elections michael sullivan reports from neighboring thailand g pleaded not guilty to three counts of corruption and one of abuse of power in connection with the investigation into the socalled one md be scandal involving billions of dollars in government money allegedly siphoned from the state run fund by gbs associates bail was set at roughly two hundred and fifty thousand dollars and the jeep was ordered to surrender his passport in a message posted on twitter nejib offered a week explanation saying not all the allegations against me and my family are true us investigators claim more than four billion dollars was stolen from the one md be fund and that seven hundred million allegedly made its way into gbs personal account for npr news i'm michael sullivan chiang rai thailand a rescue ship was sixty migrants on board has docked in barcelona after being refused entry by italy and malta a spanish a group says the migrants on board the open arms ship come from fourteen countries this is the second time in a month that a humanitarian ship has been forced to travel for days looking for a port that will allow it to dock in the mediterranean wall street is closed today for the fourth of july holiday you're listening to npr news and this is wnyc.

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