We're done with the first week of the World Cup break, so we decided to talk about some Juventus things nonetheless — namely what has taken part over the course of the first half of the 2022-23 season. On this week's episode of The Old Lady Speaks Podcast, we discuss: There are no takeaways this week! Because, unless you count Italy's two friendlies, there were no games to discuss! (Gotta love Italy playing a meaningless friendly on the same day of the opening day of the World Cup, by the way.) We don't know if you've heard, but Juventus went into the World Cup break on a six-game domestic winning streak. Because of that, we decided to start out with some positivity. What were some of the positives from the first half of the season? The kids — most notably Nicolo Fagioli and Fabio Miretti — have been doing pretty well. Juventus' defense has played surprisingly well. So much so that they've allowed just seven goals all season — four of those coming in two games — and have the best defense in the league. They went into the World Cup break with six straight shutouts. Danilo is good. Bremer is good. Alex Sandro ... also fairly good lately, too?! And then the not-so-good stuff from the 2022-23 season. Yes, the Champions League might have been mentioned. Same goes for all those damn injuries Juve's had this year. There's also how Max Allegri has managed for much of the season — which was not great. Twitter questions — including if it's time to truly move on from Leonardo Bonucci and if Danilo should become a full-time center back with how well he's played there this season, allowing Juventus to focus on signing a new fullback or two. You can follow us — or send us questions — on Twitter @JuventusNation or on Facebook. You can also follow us on our new Instagram page, too! Get all of our match coverage, transfer rumors and much more at our website, blackwhitereadallover.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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In a world that is swirling and on the go at a rapid and constant pace, it can be very difficult to be in the presence of what is right in front of you. But it is presence that actually allows us to more fully partake of the life we want to live. Coach Denita Bremer defines presence as the state of being fully in the moment physically, emotionally, and spiritually, right here and now. When we can drop into this space is when we have less resistance and anxiety and more flow and ease. Christ was a great example of living in the present. Denita so beautifully shares that He was able to do this because He had learned that Being the Son of God is what gave Him His power, not what He accomplished in His life. The same is true for us. Our power comes from who we are, not what we do. So come listen to the podcast today and learn some great tips on how to be present so that you can access the true power of who you are instead of what you do or do not do in your life. For more information about Denita and for links to access all she has to offer, please click HERE! To watch this interview on YouTube, go HERE. For more information and available downloads, go to: https://ldslifecoaches.com/ All content is copyrighted to Heather Rackham and featured coaches. Do not use without permission.
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Diese Podcast- Folge macht mich fit für meine neue Heimat Berlin. Kurz vor dem Umzug besucht mich die Erfinderin des Dinglish: Entertainerin Gayle Tufts. Sie macht diese wunderbare Mischung aus Deutsch und Englisch zu ihrem Markenzeichen. Warum Sie das weiter so konsequent durchzieht - auch wenn sie seit 5 Jahren nun auf dem Papier Deutsche ist - und warum das gar nicht anders geht, erklärt sie Dir im Podcast. Gayle zieht in den 90ern aus New York ins pulsierende Berlin. Ihre neue künstlerische Heimat, vom Quatsch Comedy Club bis zu Friedrichsstadtpalast rockt sie hier jedes Haus. Im Podcast geht's um den Spirit der Hauptstadt, wie ihr der Sprung nach Berlin geglückt ist und warum sie einen "Bremer" ihr eigenen nennt. Wir begegnen uns seit vielen Jahren immer wieder vor der Fernsehkamera, was immer ein großes Vergnügen ist. Diese Freude hatte ich jetzt auch bei unserem Podcast, viel Spaß mit uns!
Last time we spoke, Lin Zexu had brought the foreign barbarians to their knees and Elliot was forced to hand over 20,000 chests of opium. Lin zexu destroyed the illicit substance riding his nation of its filth. Elliot made a terrible error when he told the opium merchants the British government would compensate them for the confiscated contraband. This would all lead to Captain Henry Smith of the Volage firing the first shot of the First Opium War. Britain was in a financial bind, they needed their tea fix and China was closing off trade to them. How was Britain going to compensate the opium merchants and open up China to keep the tea flowing? That is when Thomas Macaulay made the suggestion to Lord Palmerston, a rather out of the box idea. Why not make China pay for it all. This episode is the First Opium War Part 1 Welcome to the Fall and Rise of China Podcast, I am your dutiful host Craig Watson. But, before we start I want to also remind you this podcast is only made possible through the efforts of Kings and Generals over at Youtube. Perhaps you want to learn more about the history of Asia? Kings and Generals have an assortment of episodes on the history of asia and much more so go give them a look over on Youtube. So please subscribe to Kings and Generals over at Youtube and to continue helping us produce this content please check out www.patreon.com/kingsandgenerals. If you are still hungry for some more history related content, over on my channel, the Pacific War Channel where I cover the history of China and Japan from the 19th century until the end of the Pacific War. Lin Zexu's attempt to send a letter to Queen Victoria proved to be a failure, no one cared. But back in China Lin Zexu's war against Opium earned him a promotion. He went from high commissioner to taking Deng Tingzhen's title as Governor-General. This seems to have bolstered Lin Zexu's resolve to deal with the foreign barbarians as he wrote at the time “Only by knowing their strengths and their weaknesses can we find the right to restrain them”. Lin Zexu shared his countrymens contempt for the foreigners, but he knew he had to learn more about this enemy in order to defeat them. Lin Zexu was a scholar and had a practical mindset for how to go about the task. Lin Zexu began by buying the British warship Cambridge for use to the Chinese navy and anchored it around the mouth of the Canton River. The only problem was that Elliot made sure to order all of Cambridge's cannons removed before it was sold and the Chinese sailors were unable to properly sail the vessel, thus it was literally towed to the canton river. By spring of 1840, there were only a few small limited battles between the Chinese junks and some British vessels still attempting to smuggle opium into canton. Elliot decided the first course of action was to map the Yangtze river so he could provide good intelligence to the incoming British force. He sent a ship from Jardine Matheson & Co called the Hellas, unbeknownst to Elliot, Matheson told its captain Frederick Jauncey to try and sell opium while they navigated the Yangtze to hedge his profits. The Hellas ran into trouble on May 22nd of 1840 when Captain Jauncey ran into what he originally thought were just a few Chinese merchant ships, but were in fact 8 war junks. They opened fire on Hellas and attempted to ram and board her, but Hellas was able to keep the fire fight at a distance until some strong wind picked up allowing Hellas to make an escape. Captain Jauncey earned a broken jaw and almost lost an eye during the battle and a few of his crew were hurt, but there were no fatalities. By the end of May the Hellas limped back to Macao for some medical treatment. On June the 8th, a Chinese fleet of fireships loaded to the brim with gunpowder were sent into the British ships anchored at Capsingmum some 45 miles east of Macao. Many of the British vessels fled for their lives, but the warships, Volage, Druid and Hyacinth rushed forward to stop the fireship attack. They used grappling hooks to tie up the fireships from a distance and towed them away from the rest of the British flotilla thus saving them all. The next day, the long awaited British force Palmerston promised finally arrived in Chinese waters. There was a scarcity of sailors hindering what could be amassed for hte China expeditionary force, due to the ongoing wars and other operations against the French in the mediterranean sea and the forces of Mohammed Ali in Egypt. By the end of June 17 men of war had assembled including 3 line of battle ships, the Wellesley, Melville and Blenheim. The East India Company also lent a hand providing 4 armed merchantmen steamers, the Enterprize, Madagascar, Atalanta and Queen. Following behind the force was 27 troopships carrying the 18th Royal Irish, the 49th Bengal Volunteers, the 26th Cameronians,a corps of Bengal engineers, and another corps of Madras sappers and miners. On its way to catch up to this force was British most devastating weapon, a brand new ocean-going Iron warship, the first of its kind named Nemesis. She was launched in 1839 and deployed to China as her first operation. She was powered by 2 60 horsepower Forrester engines and armed with 2 pivot mounted 32 pounders and 6 6pounder guns. She had watertight bulkhead, the first to be used for a warship at the time enabling her to survive a lot of hull damage. It goes without saying this one warship will have a daunting part to play in this story and the Chinese would nickname her “devil ship”. The British armada did not just bring military assistance, it also was secretly carrying more opium, because of course why not. Over 10 thousand chests were snuck away aboard the ships ready to flood the Chinese market. The large British naval presence would allow the smugglers to offload their opium at Lintin during broad daylight with impunity. The armada gathered itself at Singapore to devise a strategy going forward. There in Singapore, the marines practiced amphibious assaults while Chinese war junks in the distance observed from a distance. By June 1 of 1840 enough warships had gathered at Singapore to launch the invasion of the Qing dynasty. So on June 16 the first ship, a steamer named Madagascar entered the Gulf of Canton followed a bit later by a large part of the armada. Aboard the Wellesley, captain Elliot met with the commander of the expeditionary force, Commodore Sir J. J Gordon Bremer and they discussed strategy. Jardine had made a proposal, to commit some warships to blockade the entire eastern and southern coasts of China and seize the island of Chusan. Jardine argued they should also blockade the mouth of the Bei He River which flowed into the Yangtze, the waterway for food and other shipments directly to Beijing. Chusan island was a critical depot for the Qing, more than a quarter million ton of grain pass through it to go to Beijing to feed the capital. Depriving the capital of a major food source and revenue would bring the Chinese to a peace settlement and thus a British victory. The British Admiralty's Sir John Barrow thought Jardine's proposal was too much, threatening the Qing capital would just result in the Chinese digging in deeper to defend themselves and not bring them to the peace table. Barrow argued they should focus around the gulf of canton, shell the city and seize Hong Kong. Charles Elliot argued a middle ground: take Canton then sail up the Bei He river to threaten Beijing. Elliot also argued they could instead attack Shanghai because attacking such a prominent city would make the Qing lose face and intimidate them. Another man who had just arrived was Elliot's cousin, Admiral Sir George Elliot who had been given co-plenipotentiary powers. He brought with him a peace treaty with orders to make the Qing government agree to every article of it and to continue the way until it was done. Sir George Elliot arrived in the later part of 1840 and ordered a blockade of the Gulf of Canton using 5 warships while he and the rest of the armada sailed north. The British merchants were disappointed, they expected a direct assault upon Canton, they had hoped to open the city back up for trade. Both Elliot's got aboard the Wellesley as the armada made its approach towards Chusan. George Elliot also had with him a letter from Palmerston to inform the emperor Britain intended to blockade and seize various Chinese ports as a response to the Qing siege of the Canton factories. Palmerston also cheekily added that if the Emperor wanted to stop the opium trade he should probably convince his people to stop smoking opium. At the end of the letter Palmerston added that to avoid “unpleasantness” the Emperor was invited to send a delegation to a shipboard meeting with the two Elliots who most likely would park their warships at the mouth of the Bei He River. The Elliots gave the letter to a Captain named Thomas Bourchier whom went ashore with a white flag at Namoy just 300 miles north of Canton. As Thomas entered the harbor some Qing officials came aboard. Thomas explained to them that the armada meant to bombard the city if they did not respect the white flag. As he explained this to them, along the coast a ton of Chinese began to form a crowd near his boat so he sailed off. With his ship a few hundreds yards away from the shore he waited to see what the Chinese would do. Then Thomas noticed cannons being mounted on a nearby fort. Thomas sent his translator named Robert Thom on a small raft with a large placard repeating what retaliation the Chinese could expect if they fired upon his ship. Thom also began to shout the orders at the crowd along the beach, but they simply screamed insults in return. Then some of the people on the beach began to swim out towards Thom's boat and some arrows and gunshots were fired at him. Suddenly one of the cannons from the fort fired and some nearby chinese junks joined them all aiming for poor Thom. Thom dashed back to Captain Thomas and reported to him what had happened. Captain Thomas responded by sending another letter explaining that the British government had no quarrel with the Chinese people, only their emperor. He sent the letter with a courier in another small raft and as it approached the shore the mob rose up yet again and soon gunfire was going off. It is alleged after this Captain Thomas literally threw a message in a bottle before sailing off towards Canton. By July 1st the armada anchored in the harbor of Dinghai on Chusan Island. Dinghai held around 40,000 inhabitants within a 5 sided 22 feet high wall city. It held many towers and was surrounded on all 4 sides by a canal. The city had 16 hundred defenders, but in reality they were all just some fishermen, sailors and quickly raised up militiamen armed with spears, bows and some matchlocks. There were also 12 chinese war junks that had followed the British armada keeping a safe distance. The British noticed one of the Chinese war junks had a banner indicated a high Qing official was aboard and they signaled they wanted to talk. The Chinese war junks invited a British delegation aboard their flagship. Commodore Bremer went aboard with his interpreter and met with the Qing commander of the Chusan garrison. Bremer did not mash words he was quite blunt demanding the “surrender Chusan or face the consequences”. The Qing host was not intimidated however and sent the British back to their boats. When the British were back aboard their vessels, instead of blasting the chinese war junks, well they simply invited the Chinese aboard the Wellesley to wine and dine them. In the 1997 movie “the opium war” this scene is quite well done, I highly recommend watching it. So the Qing officials dined and one Qing officer even analyzed some of the 74 guns aboard Wellesley. That officer was quoted to say “it is very true you are strong and I am weak. Still I must fight”. After dinner, Commodore Bremer demanded their surrender again and gave them 24 hours to comply. The Chinese in the meantime ran ashore and began to stuff a ton of sandbags with rice and other things to strengthen the defenses around Dinghai's walls. The 24 hours passed and Bremer brought the Wellesley closer to the shore, but he had to wait for some more reinforcements to arrive to launch an amphibious assault. By 2pm on July 5th, 6 British warships arrived to the scene and Bremer fired a single cannon targeting a tower on a small fort. The Qing fired a single cannon in response, which led Bremer to start shooting volley's every 10 minutes. As the maelstrom was going on, Lt Colonel George Burrell led the 18th Brigade in an amphibious landing. Suddenly the Chinese stop firing just as the 18th brigade landed ashore. The British took the situation by storm and began bombarding the Chinese war junks to pieces and Dingshai's fort towers. Lord Jocelyn, a military secretary said of the scene. “The Crashing of timber, falling houses and groans of men resounded from the shore. Even after the bombardment ceased, a few shots were still heard from the unscathed junks. We landed on a deserted beach, a few dead bodies, bows and arrows; broken spears and guns remaining the sole occupants of the field”. The 18th brigade found no resistance on the beach. The Qing defenders had fled almost as soon as the first cannons had gone off. A Qing commander on scene, Brigadier Zhang had refused to give up the fight, but had both his legs blown off by cannonade and had to be whisked away on a litter. The local magistrate and some of his subordinates watched in horror as the defenders departed and they all committed suicide. A detachment of the 18th brigade set up 8 9 pounder artillery pieces and some howitzers on a hill which had a vantage point overlooking the city of Dinghai. They then began to shell the now defenseless inhabitants forcing countless to flee for their lives. The British reported not a single casualty during the volley exchange nor the beach assault. Lord Jocelyn described the planting of the Union Jack by the Joss house in Dinghai “the first European banner that has floated as conqueror over the flowery land”. The city of Dinghai was a mile from the shoreline and Colonel Burell slowly marched his men to its formidable walls as artillery rained hell upon them. The residents of Dinghai responded with their own artillery forcing Colonel Burrell to hold back his men from a distance and wait it out until the next day to assault the city. During that lull the British soldiers found some samshu in a local fishing village and proceeded to get drunk as hell and looted the fishing village during the night. An Indian soldier said of the incident “A more complete pillage could not be conceived. The plunder ceased only when there was nothing to take or destroy”. The artillery was going on throughout the night and at around midnight of British 9 pounders hit a gunpowder deposit inside Dinghai turning the city into an inferno. The next morning the British saw most of the defenders were fleeing and sent a detachment of 12 men to approach the south wall to prod it. There was no resistance so the men began to climb the rice bag defenses that had been piled almost 2 stories high in front of the wall. Within minutes they were over the top and could see the city that once held 40,000 people was all but deserted. Lord Jocelyn said of the city “The main street was nearly deserted, except here and there, where the frightened people were performing the kow-tow as we passed. On most of the houses was placarded "Spare our lives;" and on entering the jos-houses were seen men, women, and children, on their knees, burning incense to the gods; and although protection was promised [to] them, their dread appeared in no matter relieved.” The British reported that perhaps 2000 Chinese died, which is complete nonsense, the Chinese state something like 25 died so the actual number is somewhere in between, quite a large range I know. The British themselves might have lost up to 19 men. They found a ton of antiquated weapons and armor as they looted the city such as padded cotton jackets which displayed the disparity between the 2 forces. Robert Thom who witnesses the looting said “No one has been killed in cold blood that I am aware of, and only one or two cases of rape occurred perpetrated it is said by the sepoys”. By the way a lot of the primary sources for this war will lay blame on the Indian soldiers for misconduct and take it was a grain of salt. I am not saying it did not happen, it most certainly did, but the idea that the British redcoats were not taking part in such ventures seems dubious. By Jul 11th, Jardine and Matheson reached Chusan and found out Admiral Elliot was forbidding their opium ships from landing on the island. Yet they pressed their team of smugglers to persist and against Elliots wishes unloaded opium. Chusan would become a storehouse for opium and by November of 1840 43 opium smuggling ships were using Chusan as an offloading point. 12,000 chests of opium would be brought to Chusan by the end of the year. Chusan island would also bring quite a lot of misery to the British. Colonel Burrell refused to allow his troops to occupy the abandoned city of Dinghai fearing repercussions from the Chinese and instead kept his men in a particularly malaria infested paddy field. With the scorching heat and an order that all men keep their top buttons on their uniforms fastened almost 500 men would die to malaria and dysentery. A lot of variables were at work, bad provisions, too much Samshu, stagnant water and the most evil culprit, malaria invested mosquitos took a heavy toll on the British. By October, only 2036 out of 3650 troops would be fit for duty. By december more than 5000 men were admitted to hospitals and 448 deaths would occur. If anyone knows the story of Japan's invasion of Taiwan in the 19th century, it really reminds me of that ordeal. Taking an island by force and with incredible ease, only to fall victim to brutal mother nature. On july 27th, Elliot had gathered many warships at Dinghai and felt he had enough firepower to proceed 500 miles north to Beijing. A week after Dinghai fell, Beijing got the word. However this is where a large problem would emerge for the Qing dynasty. The Emperor was given word through Qing officials, and if the news was bad, the officials would fear enraging the Emperor and more often than naught falsify what they told him. In this case the officials downplayed the severity of the incursion. They told him of alleged weaknesses of the foreign invaders. The governor of Jiangsu Province lying at the mouth of the Yangtze River, Yukien told the Emperor “take our fort at Woosung. From the bottom upward there is the stone base, then the clay base, and finally the fort itself. It is even elevation far above the level of the barbarian ships. If they shoot upward, their bullet will go down and consequently lose force. Moreover the barbarians are stiff and their legs straight. The latter, further bound with cloth, can scarcely stretch at will. Once fallen down, they cannot again stand up. It is fatal to fighting on land”. Yukien would also make remarks about how the barbarians lacked bows and arrows. While this might come off as humorous, I bring it up for important reasons. The Emperor will continuously be given these sort of reports, downplaying of events such as battles, made up stories about victories over the British and much more. The Emperor will be reacting accordingly based on the information he is given and this will be quite the crux of the entire war. The British armada approached the mouth of the Bei He River in a course of 10 days and was only 75 miles southwest of Beijing. However at the mouth of the Bei He River lied one of the Qing dynasty's most formidable defenses, known as the Dagu forts. 2 Dagu forts guarded the mouth, though to Elliot they looked pretty decrepit and deserted. Elliot was still trying to find a Qing official who would take Palmerstons letter to the Emperor and at the mouth he saw several Chinese war junks. Elliot sent a man with the letter to the war junks and the commander of the warships replied that he would send the letter to a higher ranking Qing official who was only a short distance away. Thus Elliot waited to see what would occur and it turned out the Qing official was Qishan, the governor of Chihli province. Qishan sent word to Elliot that his letter was sent directly to the Emperor, but that Elliot would need to wait for a reply. On May 13 of 1840, one of Qishans subordinates came aboard the Wellesley providing the British with food and water and this was followed up for several days with more gifts. Then Elliot was told the Emperor had officially received the letter, but it would be regretfully another 10 days or so for the Qing court to discuss with the Emperor the letters contents. Do not forget, the story I spoke of about the malaria and dysentery outbreak on Chusan was raging by this point and thus Elliot decided it best to scatter the armada in search of cleaner water because the Chusan wells seemed to be the culprit at the time. Some of the ships went hundreds of miles away in search of water and as this all occurred, 10 days had come and gone. When all of the armada regrouped with their fresh water reserves, Elliot decided they needed to speed up the Qing courts process. Elliot ordered the warships Madagascar and Modeste to begin firing at some forts on Chusans outskirts, but before the shelling could begin a messenger from Qishan suddenly appeared. Elliot was invited to meet with Qishan in 3 days time. The meeting would be on july 30th and the location was a fort in southern Chusan. Qishan brought gifts and food with him for the British and had a flotilla built up so the British would not have to walk in mud to the fort. Elliot, Qishan and Jocelyn had a large dinner and then they discussed the Palmerston letter for over 6 hours. Qishan during the meeting made a mention of the precedent set by the Macartney and Amherst missions, that of the tributary system. Elliot insisted both men were not tributaries, but ambassadors holding equal status to the Emperor. Qishan could feel the tension in the room and changed the subject, he pointed out that the occupation of Chusan island was unacceptable for the Emperor. Elliot understood and said the British occupation was temporary, they were merely using it as a base of operations. Then the largest looming subject emerged, Opium. Qishan demanded a promise from Queen Victoria that Britain would stop exporting opium to China. Similar to Lin Zexu, the Qing had a difficult time understanding the representatives of authority for other nations and assumed Queen Victoria held a similar position to their Emperor. Elliot said plainly that he did not have the authority to grant such a concession and then made the remark “if the Chinese wanted the opium trade to end, they should stop using it”. Elliot also made a remark that most of the Opium was coming from other sources outside British influence, but he had little evidence to support this. Qishan swallowed this resentfully but did not quibble over it. Instead Qishan moved to the subject of reparations as Palmerston had demanded compensation for the 20,000 seized opium chests and for war reparations for Britain who was invading China! Qishan flat out called these demands ludicrous, when he said this, Elliot began to write something on Palmerstons letter and when Qishan asked him what he was writing Elliot replied “I am writing what is your opinion on the matter, because many of the Emperor other officials might have differing ones”. Qishan then began to explain to Elliot that Lin Zexu had fallen out of favor with the Qing court and that Qishan agreed with the British that Lin Zexu had mistreated them and employed unnecessary violence. Qishan made a remark that the Emperor was most likely going to fire Lin Zexu and punish him. It seems Qishan was hinting to Elliot that he might be replacing Lin Zexu as his successor and with it plenipotentiary powers. So you get the idea here, Qishan is basically hinting while nothing can be done right now, perhaps when he is in charge he will help the British out. Qishan also kept stating that the British should go to Canton, as it was the center of foreign trade and a much more logical and practical place for them to go to further negotiations. But both Elliot and Qishan knew why he was stating this repeatedly, he wanted the British to get as far away from the Emperor as possible. George Elliot informed Charles Elliot that he felt the armada was quite vulnerable sitting in Bei He Bay and urged him to end the negotiations and leave. Likewise upon hearing the news that Lin Zexu was going to be dismissed soon, Charles Elliot agreed and they too the armada and sailed away. This rather abrupt partie however gave the Chinese the impression the barbarians were done with the war all together. As you can imagine many Qing officials began telling Beijing this. As you can also imagine the British departure was only temporary. By September of 1840 the British armada re-emerged at the mouth of the Bei He River. The Elliots had order the armada to up the pressure on the Qing and Charles Elliot had written a note to Palmerston at this time “It is notorious that the Daoguang Emperor entertains the utmost dread of our enterprising spirit”. What he meant by this, was by sending periodic naval patrols he was trying to scare the shit out of Beijing. Back over in Canton, despite the incredible efforts of Lin Zexu, the opium trade was still rearing its ugly head. Since Jardine & Matheson were now able to shove their contraband on Chusan island it began to flood right back into the Canton market. By the fall of 1840 6500 chests had gotten through the Canton trade from Jardine & Matheson Co alone. Many hundreds of others were flooding in from the other independent smugglers and despite the severity of punishment for using the substance, there was still an enormous demand. The Elliots of course banned the trade of opium on Chusan, but they were not morons, they knew it was simply going to Canton in the end. Of course they were allowing the trade to go on, they were after all quite broke. The Elliots had no other way of raising money to continue the war effort other than relying on the sale of opium. Both Elliots understood the fiscal dependency they had on the opium smugglers and the prohibition of its sale on the island of Chusan was merely symbolic, a way of keeping face, so typically british. Thus vessels were allowed to offload opium near Chusan with zero interference from the British armada, which in turn was patrolling the waters thus protecting the opium dealers in the end. The hope in the end was by symbolically banning the substance at Chusan, perhaps this would alleviate the Emperor while simultaneously allowing the condonation of revenue for the war effort by allowing its trade to ports like Canton. Over in Beijing, Emperor Daoguang hesitated over Lin Zexu, he was not yet comfortable dismissing him. This embolden Lin Zexu, whom began to crack down even more so on the Chinese opium consumers. Lin Zexu put out an edict limiting the amount of time opium addicts had to wean themselves off the drug “while the period is not yet closed, you are living victims. When it shall have expired, then you will be dead victims”. Yet despite his efforts Lin Zexu could do little against the opium vessels which were being protected by the British armada making patrols in the Gulf of Canton, Amoy, Chusan and the Mouths of the Yangtze and Yellow Rivers. Then to the horror of the Chinese the British began seizing Chinese ships along the coast and taking their cargo to sell and finance the war effort. Imagine how cash strapped a nation has to be to start performing this sort of looting. Between June and July of 1840 the British armada had seized 7 large trading vessels plundering their cargo. In retaliation the Chinese raised a price for the heads of any British military personnel at 100$ for a soldier taken alive, 20$ for a corpse, $5000 for a British captain and for a British ship 10,000$, cha ching. Things got out of hand quite quickly, Chinese desperate to make some coin turned to attacking European and American civilians such a missionaries. Gangs of Chinese would hunt them down beating them nearly to death. On August the 5th, Vincent Stanton a tutor of a British merchants children alongside a missionary named David Abeel made the terrible decision to go swimming in Macao' bay. Stanton was kidnapped and brought to Canton. Until this point Macao was seen as the last safe spot in China for foreigners, but the kidnapping of Stanton broke that. Adding to everyone's fears, 8 Chinese war junks docked at Macao sending the Portuguese colony into a frenzy. It turns out Stanton's kidnapping was masterminded by Lin Zexu, it was psychological warfare. He was not able to go after the British warships, but he was able to target anyone on land. The Governor general of Macao, Pinto pleaded with Lin Zexu to return the man, but it came to nothing. The British felt they had lost face, Stanton was one of theirs and they had even tried allowing the Portuguese aid the situation to no avail. 2 weeks after Stantons kidnapping the British had had enough. 4 British warships from the Armada were sent to Macaos Casilha Bay alongside 400 soldiers. The British warships opened fire upon the Chinese war junks whom returned fire. However the Chinese war junks cannons were old and obsolete, they could not match the range the British were firing from. The Chinese crews began to panic when their return fire was literally only matching half the distance of the British and soon jumped ship. Meanwhile the british warships simply continued to rain hell upon the war junks. As noted by British officer “The [Chinese] junks, which were aground in the inner harbour, were utterly useless, for none of their guns could be brought to bear, though several of the thirty-two pound shots of the ships found their way over the bank, much to the consternation of the occupants of the junks." The Chinese crews tried to establish a defense on the coast, but the British soldiers overwhelmed them with musket fire. The Chinese war junks still intact made a break for it, as the rest of the Chinese fled into the fortifications. The British warships battered the walls of Macaos fortifications until their batteries stopped returning fire and the British and Indian soldiers soon scaled the walls. By 5pm the Chinese routed inside the Macao fortifications as the British set fire to multiple barracks. In the end the Chinese suffered upto 60 dead with 120 wounded and the British reported only 4 wounded, but take the number with a grain of salt. In Beijing Qing officials told Emperor Daoguang there had been a major victory at Macao and that many British were dead and multiple British warships laid at the bottom of Casilha Bay. These Qing officials were court officials who were received false reports from the military at Macao. Its sort of like the game broken telephone, where every link embellishes the story to make it more and more positive. All the Chinese soldiers began to abandon Macao and no more Chinese War junks came to its harbor. In the eyes of the Portuguese and British they had saved Macao, in the eyes of poor Stanton…well he was imprisoned in Canton. The Stanton kidnapping distressed the foreign community in China, but there was another incident that scared the shit out of them. A french missionary named Father Jean Gabriel Perboyre was illegally operating in Hubei Province and got captured in September of 1839. He was tortured and interrogated for over a year and on September 11th of 1840 he was executed publicly at Wuchang. The priest was killed by strangulation, but the Qing authorities decided to place his body on a cross after his death. This set a panic into the foreign community as others were likewise captured and killed and the British on Chusan island were falling victim to malaria, dysentery and starvation, because all the food on Chusan had dried up. They began to eat moldy rice from Chusans stockpiles and bread made from worm ridden flour stuck aboard their ships for quite a long time. It is alleged that the pickled beets and pork on the British warships was so rancid even the iron-stomachs of the British couldn't tolerate it. The drinking water likewise was a source of disease, contaminated by the local sewers. The interpreter Thom wrote a letter to Matheson stating “even the natives hold their noses because of the waters smell. Unless we can manage to get the canal and town cleared out, I fear that we shall be getting some contagious distemper among us. The climate moreover is moist and mosquitoes swarm in amazing numbers. Let no man come here without mosquito curtains else he will bitterly repent of it”. The British did not realize the mosquitoes were the culprit of their malaria nightmare as the belief at the time for europeans was that malaria came from rotten vegetables. The dysentry killed more people than the malaria however, coming from the horrid food and water situation. 12 soldiers died in August, the next month 24, while 250 were hospitalized and by mid september a third of the force was too sick to fight. Being a specialist in the Pacific War I do have to say what amazing parallels this will play out for the Japanese and Americans in the island hoping warfare. Not fun to battle the elements, malaria and a terrible provision situation. Then there was horrible incident when a commercial ship called the Kite ran aground on a sandbank on september 15th. The Captain named John Nobles lost his 5 month year old baby, and he, his wife and 26 crew members clinging to the boats wreckage until a Chinese war junk captured them. All of them were put in chains and imprisoned at Ningbo. They were placed in wooden cage, the wife of John Nobles stated “mine was scarcely a yard high, a little more than three quarters of a yard long, and a little more than half a yard broad. The door opened from the top. Into these we were lifted, the chain around our necks being locked to the cover. THey put a long piece of bamboo through the middle, a man took either end, and in this manner we were jolted from city to city to suffer the insults of the rabble, the cries from whom were awful”. Some of captured crew were beat to death, 3 men died of dysentery and those who were Indian amongst them were treated extra harshly. One of the English prisoners believed the Chinese treated the Indians worse, because they ate their rice with their fingers which angered them. When Charles Elliot heard the news of the captives from the Kite he was mortified, particularly because one of the prisoners was a woman! He went to Ningbo aboard the Atalanta to negotiation their release and was immediately told, all the prisoners could go if the British gave back Chusan. The British did not say no, but did nothing to indicate they would hand over Chusan, so the Chinese began to threaten to kill the prisoners. This prompted the Charles Elliot to demand a meeting with Qishan at Chinhai only 10 miles away from the prison at Ningbo. Elliot stated to Qishan if the prisoners were not handed over he would end the peace talks outright. Qishan played some hard ball demanding Chusan returned, but eventually a compromise was made. Elliot agreed to stop British ships from seizing Chinese vessels and blockading the ports and in return the Chinese would still hold the prisoners, but they would improve their living conditions. To show good faith, Qishan released poor old Stanton from his prison in Canton and handed him over to Elliot. The situation did not satisfy the British, but while they danced around with diplomacy, more and more troops from India were being brought to Chusan and the most fearsome weapon Britain had at its disposal had just arrived, the Nemesis. I would like to take this time to remind you all that this podcast is only made possible through the efforts of Kings and Generals over at Youtube. Please go subscribe to Kings and Generals over at Youtube and to continue helping us produce this content please check out www.patreon.com/kingsandgenerals. If you are still hungry after that, give my personal channel a look over at The Pacific War Channel at Youtube, it would mean a lot to me. Lin Zexu's efforts against opium were not going well enough and was losing favor with Emperor Daoguang, the British were winning battles and taking territory. How will the Qing Dynasty rid themselves of the invaders? Join us next time to find out.
Andrew Bremer, managing director of DriveOhio, talks about the goals of the program, Ohio's importance as a transportation center and the infrastructure needs for EVs and AVs. He also comments on the importance of partnerships and dialogues to make improvements and he shares information about the US 33 Smart Mobility Corridor and the I-70 Truck Automation Corridor.
Il titolo della seconda puntata della quinta stagione di J-TACTICS, trae spunto da: "Questo pazzo, pazzo, pazzo, pazzo mondo", (It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World) è un film del 1963, diretto e prodotto da Stanley Kramer.Prima di morire in seguito ad un incidente avvenuto in autostrada, un gangster rivela agli automobilisti accorsi in suo aiuto che in un certo punto della città di Las Vegas è nascosta una grande quantità di denaro, a disposizione di chi la scoverà per primo.I soccorritori, persone qualsiasi ed estranee l'una all'altra, da quel momento sono animati dall'improvvisa brama di impossessarsi del tesoro.Nasce così una gara di velocità senza esclusione di colpi alla quale, man mano, prenderanno parte in modo vario altre persone e persino un insospettabile ispettore di polizia, sedotto dall'idea di compensare l'avara scarsezza della propria imminente pensione con quel provvidenziale mucchio di quattrini.Nessuno pero' potrà godersi il denaro disonestamente accumulato, che verrà disperso dal vento su una grande piazza affollata, al termine d'una lotta collettiva.Tutti i concorrenti alla singolare gara finiranno all'ospedale.Facendo la nostra solita trasposizione dalla cinematografia al mondo del calcio, ed in modo particolare alle vicende juventine, potremo utilizzare il titolo e le vicende narrate nella pellicola per analizzare il match andato in scena all'Allianz Stadium tra i bianconeri e i granata della Salernitana.Sulla carta una partita tranquilla per gli uomini di Allegri opposti ad una volenterosa compagine ben guidata da mister Nicola, ma che al contrario si è rivelata essere caoticamenye imprevedibile e pazza, proprio come la trama del film del regista Kramer.Pazzo, pazzo, pazzo, mondo per un altrettanto pazza pazza pazza partita andata in scena domenica sera a Torino.Finisce con un pirotecnico 2-2 tra la Juventus e la Salernitana al termine di un folle match durato oltre 100 minuti e che ha avuto un finale pazzesco con i bianconeri che prima rimontano il doppio svantaggio e poi trovano addirittura il possibile gol vittoria annullato però dal Var facendo esplodere una rissa in campo e tensione su entrambe le panchine.Il risultato finale è un pareggio che lascia tutti con l'amaro in bocca.Un pareggio arrivato infatti al termine di una gara in cui i bianconeri dopo un buon inizio sono praticamente spariti dal campo venendo sopraffati dalla maggiore intensità, grinta e fame dei granata Salernitani che maramaldeggiano la squadra di Allegri soprattutto sulle fasce con le iniziative dei buoni Mazzocchi e Candreva.Non a caso sono proprio i due esterni della formazione di Nicola a portare in vantaggio i campani: Mazzocchi beffa un sempre più spento Cuadrado, entra in area e mette un cross, Candreva all'altezza del secondo palo anticipa il proprio marcatore depositando la palla alle spalle di Perin.A questo punto ci si attenderebbe giustamente la reazione dei padroni di casa e invece, dopo il vantaggio, è ancora la Salernitana ad essere famelica e con coraggio continua a mettere in costante difficoltà la retroguardia bianconera soprattutto con la velocità di Dia.La Juve si affida solo alle iniziative dei singoli e di un isolato Vlahovic che però non ha mai l'occasione per andare alla conclusione.La pazzia del match è degli stessi bianconeri non ha però fine, nel recupero del primo tempo poi i padroni di casa vedono addirittura aumentare lo svantaggio con Piatek che trasforma il calcio di rigore concesso dall'arbitro Marcenaro per fallo di mano di Bremer assegnato attraverso il Var.Nell'intervallo Allegri probabilmente fa una ramanzina ai suoi e prova ad invertire la rotta di un match totalmente in salita e dall'esito inaspettato mandando in campo Milik al posto di uno spento Kean.I bianconeri tornano in campo con un piglio diverso e dopo una manciata di minuti della ripresa riducono lo svantaggio con il colpo di testa di Bremer sul perfetto cross di Kostic.Il gol dell'1-2 dà finalmente vita e brio ad una stantia Juventus che spinge alla ricerca del pareggio andandoci vicino con le conclusioni di Vlahovic e gli affondi in profondità di Miretti.Anche Milik partecipa al pazzo arrembaggio con un tiro che accarezza il palo alla destra di Sepe.Una Juve riversata totalmente in avanti con una Salernitana che prova di tanto in tanto a ripartire in velocità impensierendo Perin costretto ad intervenire per evitare il terzo gol degli ospiti.I minuti intanto passano inesorabilmente e i cambi di Allegri sembrano non incidere, i bianconeri continuano a farsi pericolosi dalle parti di Sepe con Milik che ci prova in tutti i modi sfiorando anche la traversa senza però riuscire a mettere dentro il pallone.Il forcing bianconero produce però i suoi frutti,il pareggio arriva al secondo minuto di recupero con Bonucci che dopo essersi visto parare il rigore da Sepe riuscendo comunque a ribadire in rete la palla.La follia collettiva che sembra aver pervaso lo Stadium pare essere esaurita, ma così non è.Al quinto minuto di recupero infatti Milik di testa su calcio d'angolo segna il gol del clamoroso 3-2 che sancirebbe una vittoria che solo tre minuti prima sembrava impossibile per la Juventus.Folle e pazza gioia bianconera in uno Stadium che esplode in un boato liberatorio.Ma le emozioni non sono ancora finite, l'arbitro va al Var e annulla la rete per un fuorigioco di Bonucci che pur non toccando il pallone avrebbe influito sull'azione secondo una ricostruzione assurda del direttore di gara. Succede di tutto con l'arbitro costretto ad estrarre cartellini rossi a raffica: espulsi Milik, Cuadrado, Fazio e anche Allegri dalla panchina.Pazza partita non meno pazzo il direttore di gara.Matteo Marcenaro è finito inevitabilmente nella bufera. L'arbitro, come detto, annulla il gol di Milik al 94′ dopo essere stato richiamato dal VAR per via di una presunta posizione in fuorigioco di Bonucci giudicata attiva, nonostante avesse in un primo momento convalidato la rete del polacco viene poi indotto in errore dal VAR Banti.Arbitro e sala VAR commettono in definitiva un doppio errore disastro,Bonucci non tocca il pallone indirizzato in porta, Candreva, non inquadrato dalle telecamere a disposizione, teneva in gioco tutti rendendo comunque regolare il gol.Juve beffata, fregata, derubata, fate voi.La "svista" ha avuto enorme risonanza, anche oltre i confini italiani, con il giornale sportivo spagnolo "Marca" che parla senza mezzi termini di furto scandaloso ai danni della Juventus.Un "pazzo pazzo pazzo pazzo mondo"..."Per mio conto, se avessi l'atroce sfortuna di essere cittadino di questa nazione arretrata, esiterei molto a lungo prima di fare delle critiche qualsiasi su un altro paese!"Diteci la vostra, interagiremo con voi in chat live! 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Guests include Michael Lev- Arizona Daily Star, Dick Bremer- Minnesota Twins Play by Play Broadcaster, and Cam Pedersen- NDSU kicker, 2015-18. During the show, the host of Hot Mic, Dom Izzo will meet with Michael Lev to get his persepctive from the NDSU vs. Arizona game this weekend. NDSU will be playing Arizona for the first time in a PAC-12 game. He will also meet with Dick Bremer to discuss the Minnesota Twins. Tune in down below to watch the show LIVE. Watch Hot Mic with Dom Izzo weekday mornings from 9 to 11 on WDAY XTRA and streaming live at Inforum.com. Follow Hot Mic on Twitter: @HotMicWDAY InForum is proud to be a part of the Trust Project. Learn more at thetrustproject.org
Guests include Drew Trafton- WDAY Assistant News Director, Dick Bremer- Minnesota Twins Play by Play Broadcaster, Troy Mattern- Shanley Head Football Coach, and Tom Miller- Grand Forks Herald.Watch Hot Mic with Dom Izzo weekday mornings from 9 to 11 on WDAY XTRA and streaming live at Inforum.com. Follow Hot Mic on Twitter: @HotMicWDAY InForum is proud to be a part of the Trust Project. Learn more at thetrustproject.org
Rundown - Troubadour Dave Gunders - 24:15 "This American Dream" by Dave Gunders - 33:20 Eli Bremer - 38:47 At Independence Hall in Philadelphia, President Joe Biden told the world what this podcast knows – Trump and MAGA threaten America. There are authoritarians among us who will do Trump's dirty bidding. Some do it for money. Some do it for racism. Peter Boyles is planning a return to radio. He's taking @710KNUS spot at 9 a.m. Saturday mornings. In the opening monologue, Boyles' return contemplated, with poached sponsors, host-ripping, and Trump backpedaling. Entertainment, intrigue and implosions to follow. Boyles is a bigot who capitulated to Randy Corporon, as documented on Ep. 48 and then Boyles flip-flopped, as chronicled on Ep. 81. On Ep. 101, Judith Berg told the world that Boyles called her the K-word in a dispute after bigots killed her former husband, Alan Berg. It was Peter Boyles who hosted Joe Oltmann twice right after 2020 election to advance Trump's Big Lie. His pal Randy Corporon helped orchestrate. Will Boyles have the guts to rip Joe Oltmann or will he avoid hot topics as other #DenverTrumpRadio hosts do? Eli Bremer pulls no punches on Corporon and Oltmann. Want to grow to be a GOP stalwart? Start with a conservative Christian American family, move them to Colorado Springs, have the children homeschooled, listen to Limbaugh, and then attend the Air Force Academy. That is our esteemed guest, Eli Bremer. This rock-ribbed Republican is an American Olympian and NBC sports commentator. Bremer is nephew of Ambassador Paul Bremer and also has a prominent attorney father. In 2022, Eli Bremer, a Colorado Springs resident, tried to win the GOP nomination for United States Senate but lost to Joe O'Dea. He also lost to GOP dirty tricks. Bremer tells the inside story of Colorado state GOP politics. Find out what Ken Buck and Randy Corporon and their accomplices did to turn the Colorado GOP into a MAGA subsidiary, replete with conspiracy theories about rigged elections, as set forth by the likes of Corporon and Oltmann. Listen to the entire Eli Bremer interview to hear full castigation of Colorado party politics, and leaders who've bought into the “election-rigging bullshit.” But then, listen to hear Eli Bremer discuss the responsibility of America's 45th president. The discussion gets heated. The dialogue with vacationing Troubadour Dave Gunders is always fun and entertaining, especially when he gets philosophical about traveling America. "This American Dream" by Dave Gunders is a haunting song of America, and an American man, in desperate times. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BJns8ryQzTE&t=2s
As the saying goes - if you're not growing, you're dying. But what goes into successfully growing a firm? Today, Ashton Bremer offers her marketing expertise and explains why to grow your firm you need more than a Facebook page. The driving force behind the explosive growth of Stewart Guss Injury Accident Lawyers, Ashton commands a marketing department that spans four states and nine locations. We break down where to start if your marketing budget is limited, why intake is just as important as marketing, websites that convert, and what marketing channels will give you the best ROI. What's in This Episode? Who is Ashton Bremer? As a firm grows, how should marketing evolve with it? Which marketing channels deliver the highest quality leads? What waterfall investment should a firm make into marketing? Why is a multi-state firm revisiting branding? How is the marketing space changing for Personal Injury lawyers? If a firm has a limited budget, where are the top three places to spend?
Guests include Drew Trafton- WDAY Assistant News Director, Matt Larsen- NDSU Athletic Director, Dick Bremer- Minnesota Twins Play by Play Broadcaster, and Caryn Olson- Scheels Marketing Leader. Watch Hot Mic with Dom Izzo weekday mornings from 9 to 11 on WDAY XTRA and streaming live at Inforum.com. Follow Hot Mic on Twitter: @HotMicWDAY InForum is proud to be a part of the Trust Project. Learn more at thetrustproject.org
A preview of the weekly Serie A Chronicles podcast episode. For full episodes, bonus episodes, as well as the entire back-catalogue of Patreon bonus episodes, become a Chronicles Tifosi Patron today by subscribing at serieachronicles.com/patreon ****** Nicky is flying solo this week as she discusses a Lazio v Inter clash which threw up a surprise result for the biancocelesti. Maurizio Sarri continues to mould Lazio into his own image, with some standout performers taking the points from Simone Inzaghi's Inter. How worrying is the loss for the nerazzurri, compounded by Lukaku's injury ahead of this weekend's Milan derby? Juventus were fast out of the blocks a with an aggressive, high pressure game against Roma in the first half which caused Mourinho's men some headaches with an early Vlahovic free kick special. Nicky was impressed with Juve youngster Miretti and the center back pairing of Bremer and Danilo. A win for Milan over Bologna with Leao off the mark and now 6 clubs jointly sit atop Serie A with 7 points apiece. Salernitana had an eye-catching win, hammering Sampdoria at home. And what to make of Samp with only 1 point so far, looking ominous for a season of struggle ahead of them. A crazy Paul Pogba saga. And Samuel Umtiti joins Lecce on loan from Barcelona with emotional scenes at the airport as he was warmly greeted by the giallorossi fans. ****** Sponsor the show: serieachronicles.com/sponsor. ****** We recommend: Ignition: The world's first client engagement and commerce platform for professional services. Amazon Music Unlimited: Get a free 30-day trial by visiting getamazonmusic.com/serieachronicles. Pictory.ai: AI text-to-speech video app which we use to create our videos. Riverside.fm online podcast recording studio. WPX Web Hosting: 30 seconds support response time 24/7/365. bCast podcast hosting. AppSumo apps and programs for productivity. Click to get $10 off. Forza Football: best fixtures and results smartphone app. ****** Follow us: YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram. Please give us a rating and review on Apple Podcasts. Serie A Chronicles is a Media Chronicles production. Digital content and social media by Calido Media. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Guests include Drew Trafton- WDAY Assistant News Director, Mark Gibson- Bismarck Head Football Coach, Dick Bremer- Minnesota Twins Play by Play Broadcaster, and Bill Nelson- Jamestown Head Football Coach. Watch Hot Mic with Dom Izzo weekday mornings from 9 to 11 on WDAY XTRA and streaming live at Inforum.com. Follow Hot Mic on Twitter: @HotMicWDAY InForum is proud to be a part of the Trust Project. Learn more at thetrustproject.org
Timing kann man halt nicht lernen! Pünktlich nach dem Rekord-Comeback der Bremer in Dortmund sind Alex und Benni an der Weser mit Leonardo Bittencourt zum entspannten Talk verabredet. Der 28-Jährige spricht über den Wahnsinn im Signal-Iduna-Park, erklärt den Werder-Ansatz für die Bundesliga-Rückkehr und blickt noch mal ausführlich auf die völlig turbulente Aufstiegssaison zurück. Außerdem analysiert die KMD-Crew natürlich wie gewohnt den abgelaufenen Bundesliga-Spieltag (Hackentore! Grönemeyer! Sichtlinie!) und klingelt bei kicker-Reporter Christoph Laskowski durch, um sich das Phänomen FC Barcelona erläutern zu lassen. - 00:00:00 – Begrüßung + Analyse 3. BL-Spieltag - 00:33:58 – Interview der Woche: Leonardo Bittencourt - 01:01:27 – kicker-Managerspiel - 01:08:52 – FC Barcelona (mit kicker-Reporter Christoph Laskowski)
Leute, willkommen zur Sendung mit den grauen Männern, die sofort neurotisch mit den Wimpern klimpern, wenn woanders mal wieder jemand auf der Maus ausgerutscht ist. Nur, um dann ihrerseits aus jeder Zeitungsente einen Elefanten zu machen, der danach tagelang unübersehbar im Raum steht. Klingt oft nicht so, ist aber komisch! Weshalb wir eigentlich längst selbst unmittelbar vor dem Presseclub laufen müssten. Nun ja. Diesmal jedenfalls haben wir gleich mit dem ordentlichen Herrenwitz begonnen, was ungefähr so klang: treffen sich Ralf Möller, Herbert Grönemeyer und Helmut Kohl am Hamburger Hafen, um gemeinsam mit einem Kraftwürfel aus Herne-West das große Drama in Lüdenscheid-Nord vergessen zu machen und dem Kollegen Beisenherz in diesen tiefschwarzgelben Stunden ein wenig Ablenkung zu gönnen. Was ihnen dann, irgendwo zwischen Wicht und Wichserse, immerhin so gut gelungen ist, dass wir am Montag im Studio ganz in Ruhe und mit ungewöhnlichem Wohlwollen in die Gegnerbeobachtung gehen konnten. Mit viel Lob für die Bremer Offensive, mit Derby-Ducksch und Fightclub-Füllkrug. Und am Ende auch mit einer großen modischen Verbeugung vor dem Trikot der Bremer. Frei nach dem alten Schlachruf: Was ist Lachs und riecht nach Sieg? Genau. Wobei man auch sagen muss, dass der Zeugwart mit diesem Trikot nicht nur frech in den Leibchenkoffer, sondern gleich auch tief in die Trickkiste gegriffen hat. Wenn nämlich alle Spieler aussehen wie Tim Wiese, dann ist es ja kein Wunder, dass die ganze Mannschaft am Ende eine breite Brust hat. Übrigens auch eine physiognomische Besonderheit, die wenige Kilometer entfernt in Bochum diesmal schmerzlich vermisst wurde. Dafür aber gab es Slapstick-Einlagen und Dödelelfmeter. Oder, um es aus Bayern-Sicht zu sagen: wenn jetzt noch die Geschenke aus dem Westen dazu kommen, sind wir ja wirklich auf Jahre hinaus unbesiegbar. Also Kaiserwetter in der Nähe der Königsallee. Auch das gab es an diesem Wochenende ohne Wachablösung. Und wenn ihr, liebe Hörer, jetzt noch erfahren wollt, was Maik Nöcker oben im Norden erlebt hat, als Leichtmatrose im Ostseestadion, als Hansdampf bei Hansa Rostock, mit Sternchen auf dem Trikot und reichlich Geschichte im Gepäck, dann müsst ihr unbedingt reinhören, in die neue Folge Fussball MML! Denn alles andere ist nur Fernsehgarten. Viel Spaß!
Guests include Drew Trafton- WDAY Assistant News Director, Jason Monilaws- Hankinson football coach, and Dick Bremer- Minnesota Twins Play by Play Broadcaster. Watch Hot Mic with Dom Izzo weekday mornings from 9 to 11 on WDAY XTRA and streaming live at Inforum.com. Follow Hot Mic on Twitter: @HotMicWDAY InForum is proud to be a part of the Trust Project. Learn more at thetrustproject.org
Dopo le prime quattro, vincono anche la quinta e la sesta sorella: il Napoli fa 5 gol al Verona, la Juve ne rifila 3 al Sassuolo. Buone notizie arrivano dalle prestazioni dei nuovi acquisti delle due squadre che hanno subito lasciato il segno: Kim e Kvara per i partenopei, Bremer e Di Maria per i bianconeri. L'impatto dell'argentino sulla squadra e sulla partita è stato quello che ci si aspettava: un gol, un assist e le sue galoppate. Peccato per quell'infortunio che lo terrà lontano dal campo almeno dieci giorni... ne parliamo con Mister Gianni De Biasi e Daniel Martinez con cui torniamo anche sull'esordio in giallorosso dell'altro argentino più atteso, Paulo Dybala. Paredes manda messaggi a Di Maria (e alla Juve?), Mourinho manda messaggi ai Friedkin e il Napoli tratta Raspadori col Sassuolo. Cantieri ancora molto aperti nelle squadre di Serie A. Facciamo un giro con Sandro Sabatini di Sport Mediaset. È stato un Ferragosto ricco di medaglie per il nuoto azzurro: riviviamo queste emozioni del Foro Italico con Cristina Chiuso, talent di Sky Sport a questi Europei di nuoto.
Juventus' season-opening win over Sassuolo provided some reasons to be optimistic about what could be on the way over the next few weeks, with the Bianconeri's big-name players leading the way Monday night. On this week's episode of The Old Lady Speaks Podcast, we discuss: We're back, baby! We mean the podcast talking about games that matter, not necessarily Juventus being BACK BACK after a season-opening win. What else can we consider as back? The takeaways from Juventus' season opener — including if this win over Sassuolo actually helps us figure out if we know anything new about Max Allegri's squad, how Mattia Perin is pretty dang good regardless of being a backup goalkeeper and how nice it was to see the youngsters get a decent run out. More discussion on Juventus' season-opening win. Like, there were some good things to happen, folks! Angel Di Maria was a leading man. Dusan Vlahovic scored a couple of goals. Bremer was strong. Heck, even Allegri himself was able to switch things up on the fly and make a very important first-half adjustment coming out of the cooling break that led to Juve taking the lead shortly thereafter. How nice it was see Allegri make those early changes rather than try and stick with the original plan that wasn't exactly working out all that well. Thoughts on how the youngsters who came on in the second half — Fabio Miretti, Nicolo Rovella and Matias Soule — played in some extended minutes against Sassuolo. Thoughts on the main transfer arrival rumors centering around Juventus regarding Barcelona striker Memphis Depay and Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Leandro Paredes. Twitter questions — including if this opening-game performance changes any thoughts on the forthcoming season, how some of the young midfielders might fit into things with Paul Pogba out injured for the next month or so and a little game to wrap things up. You can follow us — or send us questions — on Twitter @JuventusNation or on Facebook. You can also follow us on our new Instagram page, too! Get all of our match coverage, transfer rumors and much more at our website, blackwhitereadallover.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Guests include Drew Trafton-WDAY Assistant News Director, Michael Rostberg- Shanley senior quarterback, Dick Bremer- Minnesota Twins Play by Play Broadcaster, and Mike Zier- Beach Head football coach. Watch Hot Mic with Dom Izzo weekday mornings from 9 to 11 on WDAY XTRA and streaming live at Inforum.com. Follow Hot Mic on Twitter: @HotMicWDAY InForum is proud to be a part of the Trust Project. Learn more at thetrustproject.org
Dr. Darren Bremer specializes in the management of temporomandibular joint dysfunction in dentistry. When patients come into his practice it is his goal to make the experience as positive and comfortable as possible. He is fantastic at creating a positive patient experience even during difficult procedures. Dr. Darren Bremer is one of our favorite referrals in the St. Louis area. In this episode, we talk about occlusions' role in TMJ Dysfunction, when and where appliances come into play, and how to find a great dentist to refer to in your area. We joke, but honestly, we aren't joking, you could start a practice tomorrow based completely on headaches and TMJ Dysfunction. This episode will give you some crazy good pearls for these patients! Check out our upcoming TMJ Dysfunction seminar in the link below. Show Notes TMJ Dysfunction with Dr. Brett Winchester Dr. Darren Bremer --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gestalt-education/support
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Guests include Eric Bunnell- Hot Mic Producer, Gabe Henderson - team Reporter for Minnesota Vikings, Dick Bremer- Minnesota Twins Play-by-Play Broadcaster, and Matt Larsen- NDSU Athletic Director. Watch Hot Mic with Dom Izzo weekday mornings from 9 to 11 on WDAY XTRA and streaming live at Inforum.com. Follow Hot Mic on Twitter: @HotMicWDAY InForum is proud to be a part of the Trust Project. Learn more at thetrustproject.org
O mercado italiano está pegando fogo e na capital tivemos a equipe de José Mourinho buscando Paulo Dybala para comandar o meio/ataque do time. Na Juve, após a saída de De Ligt, o brasileiro Bremer chega para o sistema defensivo e a expectativa é bem alta. Isso E muito mais no Calciopizza dessa semana. Janela de Descontos Footure Loja com até 40% de desconto: footure.com.br/loja Cursos com até 60% de desconto: footure.com.br/cursos Artes: Filipe Borin Edição: Arthur Barcelos Revisão: Bruno Abichequer Conheça o Footure Pro, a consultoria de Inteligência de Mercado do Footure: https://footure.com.br/footure-pro/ #PenseOJogo
O Bayern contratou o zagueiro De Ligt, da Juventus, enquanto a Velha Senhora contratou Bremer como reposição. O Nottingham Forest segue como destaque da janela com ONZE (!!!) contratações, sendo Jesse Lingard a principal delas até aqui.No mais, as repercussões de Dybala na Roma e o reality show do mercado que faz com que o Barcelona em crise siga contratando muito.Tem ainda as quartas-de-final da Euro Feminina e o anúncio do FIFA 23. Ouça!APOSTE NA KTO! https://kto.comAPOIE!https://apoia.se/trivelahttps://apoia.se/central3LOJA: https://caphead.com.br/trivela
È stata una settimana di grandi colpi e trasferimenti: Dybala, Bremer, De Ligt. Ora la Roma punta su Wijnaldum per il centrocampo, mentre il Milan aspetta di chiudere per De Ketelaere. Con Ivan Zazzaroni parliamo della Serie A che si sta disegnando.È già storia quella stretta di mano tra Pogacar e Vingegaard che, con la tappa di ieri dell'Hautacam, ha messo al sicuro il suo Tour de France. Ne parliamo con Pier Augusto Stagi.Ci colleghiamo con Umberto Zapelloni per sapere come vanno le FP1 del GP di Francia di Le Castellet.
Dopo lo smacco Bremer della Juventus sull'Inter, c'è molta delusione tra i tifosi interisti che ora sono preoccupati per un'eventuale cessione di Skriniar. Il difensore, al momento, è stato tolto dal mercato dalla società, ma che succederebbe se arrivasse un'offertona? Ne parliamo con Marco Barzaghi di Sport Mediaset. Il Monza della premiata ditta Berlusconi-Galliani è attivissimo sul mercato, tanto da avere il problema di una rosa fin troppo ampia. E c'è chi sostiene che ci sia ancora da aspettarsi un colpo ad effetto per l'attacco...ci aggiorna Stefano Peduzzi, direttore di Monza News. Torniamo su Bremer per sapere come invece i tifosi del Torino hanno preso il trasferimento alla Juventus: convocato coach Mauro Berruto, tifosissimo granata. Da un coach all'altro: è con noi Peppe Poeta che ci parla della sua nuova, doppia esperienza come assistente di Ettore Messina all'Olimpia Milano e di Gianmarco Pozzecco nell'Italbasket.
On the 77th episode of The Calcio Corner Podcast we talk about Paulo Dybala signing with Roma. Is it a good signing and did Dybala take the easy way out by passing on Totti's number 10? Wayne Girard joins us to take a deep dive into the Dybala signing and all things Roma. Bremer signs with Juventus. So much more! Follow our host Raffaele on Twitter: @ItalianoCalcio Follow Wayne on Twitter: @WayneinRome
Sgambetto della Juventus all'Inter: affare fatto per Bremer col Torino per 41 milioni più 9 di bonus, oggi le visite mediche e l'Inter, palesemente interessata da mesi al difensore, resta col cerino in mano. Umori bianconeri e nerazzurri con Alessandro Allara e Fabrizio Biasin.Con Marco Bellinazzo qualche retroscena e dettaglio succulento sul closing del Milan tra Elliott e RedBird. Il punto sui Mondiali di Atletica di Eugene con Giorgio Rondelli: arriva la prima medaglia azzurra col bronzo di Elena Vallortigara nel salto in alto. Out dalla finale dei 200m Filippo Tortu per soli tre millesimi, mentre Jacobs torna a parlare del suo ritiro.Chiudiamo con Massimo Caputi per uno sguardo all'altra faccia di Roma: mentre la sponda giallorossa è in visibilio per l'acquisto di Dybala, quella biancoceleste vive le solite giornate di attrito con la società e con Acerbi che è in attesa di cambiare aria.
We talk about the big move of Dybala to Roma, De Ligt on his way to Bayern Munich, Juventus hijacking the Bremer transfer from Inter, and more! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/italianfootballtv/support
From Paulo Dybala joining Roma, Juventus selling Mathijs De Ligt to Bayern Munich and swooping for Bremer after Inter slip up, Carlo, John and Nima break down a crazy week of mercato in the Serie A. To listen to this & all other full episodes of The Italian Football Podcast, go to Patreon.com/TIFP to become a Patron for only $2.99 USD per month (excluding VAT).Follow us: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
In the 194th episode of 40 and 20, The Watch Clicker Podcast, we are joined by Patrick Bremmer of Bremoir watches. We get the opportunity to explore the unique inspiration of the brands debut watch, The Lexington. Check out Bremoir at their website. Other Things: Patrick: France. But more specifically getting out there and seeing the world. Of note Aix in the South of France really got him excited. Andrew: Paloma Summer Cocktail – I do it the poor way with decent tequila and grapefruit juice though. Everett: Coleman 414 Camp Stove “The Powerhouse” – Also referenced in Episode 146, so you know this is a next level endorsement (unpaid, of course). *********************************** Check out all of Watch Clicker's content, including columns, reviews, and fantastic photography at: watchclicker.com Our full catalog of podcasts is at watchclicker.com/4020-the-watch-clicker-podcast/ On instagram: 40and20: www.instagram.com/40and20/?hl=en WatchClicker: www.instagram.com/watchclicker/?hl=en You can support Watch Clicker and 40 and 20 here: Patreon Intro/Outro Music: Bummin on Tremelo, by Kevin MacLeod (incompetch.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License Creativecommons.org/licenses/by.3.0/
Trattative che vanno verso la fase stazionaria del weekend. I nomi sul tavolo sono sempre gli stessi: Skriniar, Dybala, De Ligt, Bremer, Zaniolo, tutte pedine da manovrare in una guerra al ribasso e al rialzo tra club, giocatori e procuratori, attori di un calcio sempre più indebitato, come emerge dal report annuale della FIGC. Il punto con Luca Marchetti del team mercato Sky Sport. Francesca Schiavone ci presenta il suo "Team Lab", laboratorio di nuovi talenti del tennis che si fonderà sulla ricerca del perfetto equilibrio tra componente tecnica e fisica. Andiamo a Firenze dal direttore del Corriere Fiorentino Roberto De Ponti nel giorno della presentazione del neo acquisto Viola Jovic. Infine, voliamo negli Stati Uniti da Simone Sandri per parlare dei nostri italiani impegnati nella Summer League NBA e della nuova casa di Gallinari, i Boston Celtics.
John Quick sits down with Mayor Cindy Bremner of the City and Borough of Yakutat, Alaska. She talks about being related to one of the original Chiefs of Yakutat, moving there in 2004 with a three-year plan, and why she decided to stay. She has served as Mayor for four terms and loves her unique community. Check the community out here: https://yakutatak.govoffice2.com The show is sponsored by: Paid for by Gungurstein For Senate.
We are talking about the fantasy football outlook of the Colts going into 2022. We are joined beat writer George Bremer to talk everything Colts, including Jonathan Taylor, Michael Pittman, and more! Subscribe to dominate your leagues!