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Best podcasts about Moldovan

Latest podcast episodes about Moldovan

Shoot the Defence
Low Limit Futbol Episode 338: Emanuel Rosu

Shoot the Defence

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 50:24


In this episode, Joe and Roberto open with Roberto brining you another great trivia question about goal scoring in the Champions League (3:45). In Opening thoughts, we discuss the dark days at Barcelona, their failures both in La Liga and in the Champions League, and the future of Ronald Koeman, and his replacement (4:15). We then welcome in Romanian journalist Emanuel Rosu to discuss the amazing run of Sheriff Tiraspol, the area of Transnistria, and the background in Moldovan football (14:30). We return to chat about our favorite sides leading into the International Break including Italy, Paraguay, and the US Men's National Team (37:20). We close with a list of international matches in Match of the Week, the trivia answer, and a preview of next week's show (46:20) 

The Game Football Podcast
Will Former Players Make Better Referees?

The Game Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 50:35


Hugh Woozencroft is joined by Gregor Robertson and Ian Hawkey.Chelsea left Turin disappointed after a 1-0 loss at the hands of Juventus. Did they miss Mason Mount and why couldn't Romelu Lukaku get into the game? (00:00)Should Villarreal have had the game wrapped-up way before Cristiano Ronaldo scored Manchester United's winner? Hugh thinks so and Gregor isn't far behind him (5:30)PSG beat Manchester City 2-0, but with over twice as many shots and other stats in their favour - were City just unlucky on the night? What positives can Pep Guardiola take from the game? (15:00)Liverpool did by far the best of any British sides in Europe this week with a 5-1 win away at Porto. Bobby Firmino scored twice, but is he set for an upcoming battle for his starting position? (22:27)Real Madrid lost to Moldovan minnows Sheriff Tiraspol on Tuesday evening - was this a one-off or are there bigger issues at the Bernabéu? (29:34)Barcelona have bigger problems on their hands after a 3-0 loss at Benfica. Will the club ever be a European great again? (34:24)It's been suggested this week that there'll be an upcoming initiative encouraging former players to become referees. We grill our own ex-player on whether he thinks he's be a better referee having played the game professionally (43:30)Get more of The Times and The Sunday Times for less than £1 a day. Start your free trial: thetimes.co.uk/thegame See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

ESPN FC
Gab and Juls: How Numbered Are Koeman's Days at Barca?

ESPN FC

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 65:38


Gab Marcotti and Stewart Robson are joined by Sid Lowe to discuss Barcelona's disastrous 3-0 defeat against Benfica in the Champions League, and ask why Ronald Koeman took Gerard Pique off after 33 minutes? The guys also review the rest of the Champions League results, including Lionel Messi's first goal for Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid's 2-1 defeat against the Moldovan minnows, Sheriff Tiraspol, and Juventus' crucial 1-0 win against Chelsea.

Football Daily
Magical Messi, lively Liverpool and new Sheriff in town

Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 33:22


Kelly Cates is joined by Michael Brown, Sylvain Distin and John Murray to reflect on Manchester City's 2-0 defeat at Paris Saint Germain in the Champions League group stage. They discuss what City lacked after dominating possession and having more shots on target - and whether PSG were that convincing despite winning the match. We hear what Pep Guardiola made of his team's performance, before Julien Laurens joins us to discuss what Lionel Messi's first goal will mean to him and the fans and how the front three of Mbappe, Neymar and Messi are allowed to play with such freedom. Alistair Bruce-Ball rounds up another big win for Liverpool as they thrashed Porto 5-1 and tells us what injury issues Jurgen Klopp is facing ahead of Sunday's visit of Man City. John Bennett drops by to tell us about the other big results in the Champions League – including a shock last-minute win for Moldovan side Sheriff against Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu. And we reflect on the passing of Liverpool's record league goalscorer and England World Cup winner, Roger Hunt, who has died at the age of 83. Former Liverpool defender and assistant Phil Thompson shares his memories of his idol and friend - describing what his success meant for the club and its fans. TOPICS 00.27 - John Murray summary of game 01.20 - Reaction with Michael Brown and Sylvain 06.30 - Pep Guardiola post-match reaction 12.26 - Julien Laurens on Messi's first goal 18.27 - Alistair Bruce-Ball on Liverpool's win at Porto 20.35 - John Bennett rounds up rest of the main Champions League headlines 25.37 - Phil Thompson on passing of Roger Hunt

¡Qué Golazo! A Daily CBS Soccer Podcast
Messi off the mark with PSG as Sheriff silence the Bernabeu | Champions League recap (Soccer 9/28)

¡Qué Golazo! A Daily CBS Soccer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 54:11


Paris Saint-Germain sit top of Group A after shutting out Man City, but more incredibly Moldovan minnows Sheriff Tiraspol remain perfect in Group D following their dramatic win over 13-time European giants Real Madrid. Luis Miguel Echegaray, Jonathan Johnson, Jimmy Conrad and Alison Bender catch their breath and analyze an historic night in the Champions League group stage action. Plus, Christina Unkle pops in to discuss the night's two referring controversies, involving Kevin de Bruyne and AC Milan's Franck Kessie. Qué Golazo' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts.  Follow the Qué Golazo team on Twitter: @quegolazopod, @lmechegaray, @JimmyConrad, @FabrizioRomano, @Jon_LeGossip, @jamesbenge, @heathpearce, @LRoman32, @PartidoPooper Watch Qué Golazo on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/QueGolazo For more soccer coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/soccer/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Official UEFA Champions League Podcast
Podcast: Messi Magic in Paris & Sheriff Shock Madrid

Official UEFA Champions League Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 29:49


The Matchday Live team review the third night of this season's UEFA Champions League Group Stage.  We hear from Pep Guardiola after his City side were beaten in Paris and react to Moldovan champions Sheriff's remarkable victory over Real Madrid. Plus we hear from Jordan Henderson and Erik ten Hag after Liverpool and Ajax also recorded impressive Matchday 2 wins. 

Beauty is a Bitch
S3 E9 Why You Shouldn’t Neglect Your Gums with Dr. Sanda Moldovan

Beauty is a Bitch

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 39:25


You may remember the line from the movie Pretty Woman, "I had all those strawberry seeds. And you shouldn't neglect your gums." Vivienne was right. Talking about gum health and dental wellness may not be 'sexy,' but you'll learn some shocking things from holistic periodontist and wellness expert, Dr. Sanda Moldovan. She believes health issues that manifest in the mouth are key indicators for one's overall health. In this episode Lauren and Dr. Moldovan discuss what our gums can detect about our health (like high blood pressure), the signs we should be looking for, how we can prevent gum disease in midlife, and the changes we should be making since many of us are more stressed or may have ignored the dentist for over a year.

Slate Daily Feed
Hang Up: No Grand Slam for Novak

Slate Daily Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 73:56


Stefan Fatsis, Josh Levin, and the New Yorker's Louisa Thomas talk about Daniil Medvedev's upset over Novak Djokovic and Emma Raducanu's shocking U.S. Open title. They also discuss Jameis Winston, the Jacksonville Jaguars, and Cam Newton's interview with his dad. Finally, they assess the U.S. men's national soccer team's rocky opening to World Cup qualifying. U.S. Open (2:25): What to make of Djokovic's loss, and his response to it. Plus, where did Raducanu and Leylah Fernandez come from?   NFL (31:12): Making sense of pro football's opening weekend.   U.S. soccer (48:19): How concerning are the USMNT's on-field struggles?   Afterball (1:06;30): Stefan on Sheriff Tiraspol, the Moldovan soccer underdog that you maybe shouldn't root for Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Hang Up and Listen
No Grand Slam for Novak

Hang Up and Listen

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 73:56


Stefan Fatsis, Josh Levin, and the New Yorker's Louisa Thomas talk about Daniil Medvedev's upset over Novak Djokovic and Emma Raducanu's shocking U.S. Open title. They also discuss Jameis Winston, the Jacksonville Jaguars, and Cam Newton's interview with his dad. Finally, they assess the U.S. men's national soccer team's rocky opening to World Cup qualifying. U.S. Open (2:25): What to make of Djokovic's loss, and his response to it. Plus, where did Raducanu and Leylah Fernandez come from?   NFL (31:12): Making sense of pro football's opening weekend.   U.S. soccer (48:19): How concerning are the USMNT's on-field struggles?   Afterball (1:06;30): Stefan on Sheriff Tiraspol, the Moldovan soccer underdog that you maybe shouldn't root for Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

RADIO AS - Podcasts
Oamenii Tarnaveniului - ep. 4 : Alina Moldovan

RADIO AS - Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 35:37


O discuție despre hipnoză, hipnoterapie și tehnica reiki alături de hipnoterapeutul târnăvenean Alina Moldovan.

The Football Ramble
Rome wasn't torn down in a season

The Football Ramble

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 44:24


Vish is back in the building! He joins Marcus and Andy for a Championship roundup, as Fulham set their sights on the title and Mick McCarthy brings his usual blend of delight and disgust.Elsewhere, Moldovan side Sheriff Tiraspol dream of the Champions League and Chelsea have let one of their young fly the nest, as Tammy Abraham joins José at Roma. At least there's a buyback clause, should absence make their hearts grow fonder.Search ‘Football Ramble' on social media to find us, and email us here: show@footballramble.com.***Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!*** See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Two Left Feet Podcast
Jojo Moldovan

Two Left Feet Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2021 42:51


On today's Episode we have the incredible Ms. Georgiana-Ramona Moldovan AKA JOJO She is Dancer, International Teacher, Performer and choreographer from Romania. She started Dancing Salsa Back in 2009. She started dancing Kizomba in 2010 She started teaching Kizomba in 2012. **Social Media Links** https://www.facebook.com/jojo.moldovan https://www.instagram.com/jojo_moldovan/ 2LF Links _______________________________________________ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Tw0LeftFeet Instagram: tw0_left_feet Website: https://2leftfeet.blog/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2171874589599779/ Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/TwoLeftFeetPodcast/ iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/two-left-feet-podcast/id1454425997 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5bQSnwKDmHbDQdgnZ0OrC3 Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Twoleftfeet Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCR109vJ4Pbl146Ok1u5vSuA Anchor: https://anchor.fm/twoleftfeetpodcast _________________ Background Music Provided by Barradeen https://soundcloud.com/barradeen https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfTggY6U7d6XVre774B1_qg https://www.instagram.com/barradeenyas/

The AAPC Podcast
Choosing The Right Certification | Vanessa Moldovan, CPC, CPMA, CPPM | AAPC Social Hour

The AAPC Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 47:51


Vanessa Moldovan, CPC, CPMA, CPPM joins us to discuss certifications. Learn which certifications can help you start your career and how multiple certifications can take your career to the next level. 

Ballot to Talk About
Super Sunday in Moldova and Bulgaria

Ballot to Talk About

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2021 43:33


This week's episode focusses on two elections held last weekend in Eastern Europe – parliamentary elections in Moldova and Bulgaria. In Moldova, recently-elected President Maia Sandu's PAS triumphed with the largest vote share in Moldovan history, gaining the party's first ever majority. What has been key to Sandu's appeal? Is there a route back for the socialist and communist tradition after this overwhelming defeat? In Bulgaria, Boyko Borisov has once again failed to gain enough seats to form a stable government and continue his premiership, whilst Slavi Trifonov's There is Such a People Party has won an election for the first time after less than two years in existence. Will Bulgaria be facing a third election this year? Is Boyko Borisov's role at the top of Bulgarian politics officially over after the second poor election result in three months? Will Slavi Trifonov manage to get some allies to govern after announcing his intention to form a Government alone? All these questions, and more, answered in this week's podcast. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ballot-to-talk-about/message

.think atlantic
Moldovan Elections with Nicu Popescu

.think atlantic

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2021 33:42


In this episode of .think atlantic, IRI's Thibault Muzergues is joined by Nicu Popescu, a Moldovan diplomat, to discuss the elections and state of politics in Moldova. Nicu Popescu is currently the director of Wider Europe at the European Council on Foreign Relations, focusing on EU relations with Russia and the Eastern Partnership countries. He has experience in international affairs, holding roles at the EU Institute for Security Studies, the European Council on Foreign Relations, and as a foreign policy advisor to the prime minister of Moldova. His experience, as well as his soon-to-be-published book, Russia Rising, directs the episode's discussion. What is the current state of Moldovan politics and how will the upcoming election change it? How will Moldova's next government address issues of corruption and emigration? What is Moldova's role in international politics? How does Moldova navigate its relationship between the East and the West? What is the future of Moldovan-Romanian relations? Thibault and his guest discuss these questions – and much more. Find Nicu on Twitter: @nicupopescu Find Thibault on Twitter: @tmuzegues Visit IRI's website at www.iri.org Further reading: https://www.bloomsbury.com/au/russia-rising-9780755636655/

Sporting Max
Episode 48 - With Octagon Basketball Vice President and NBL and NBA Player Agent Daniel Moldovan

Sporting Max

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2021 26:01


In episode 48, Max is joined by Octagon Basketball Vice President and NBL and NBA Player Agent Daniel Moldovan! Daniel takes us through being sent letters from David Stern, how as an agent it is about who you know, and how he got his role at Octagon Basketball! All this and more in episode 48 of Sporting Max! https://www.instagram.com/sportingmax.podcast/ #player #agent #star #nba #nbl #basketball #sports #podcast #australia #itunes #spotify #soundcloud #tunein #googlepodcasts #youtube

FSPAC Podcast. Musai.
Comunicatorii - Bogdan Moldovan, FSPAC

FSPAC Podcast. Musai.

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2021 51:02


Episodul 4 din seria Comunicatorii: Corina Rotar și Dorin Spoaller, profesori în cadrul Departamentului de Comunicare, Relații Publice și Publicitate, la discuții cu Bogdan Moldovan, profesor în cadrul Departamentului de Administrație și Management Public.

Casa Tamplarului Podcast
Isus este viu | Fineas Moldovan

Casa Tamplarului Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2021 29:33


Asculta acest mesaj care ne provoaca sa vedem ceea ce au vazut si ucenicii: un Isus viu, real si atotputernic. 

Page Fright: A Literary Podcast
54. "Moldovan Hotel" w/ Leah Horlick

Page Fright: A Literary Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2021 50:16


Leah Horlick joins Andrew to discuss her latest poetry collection, Moldovan Hotel. Andrew talks to Leah about community in the pandemic. It's a delight! ----- Listen to more episodes of Page Fright here. Follow the podcast on Twitter here. Follow the podcast on Instagram here. ----- Leah Horlick is a writer and poet who grew up as a settler on Treaty Six Cree Territory & the homelands of the Métis in Saskatoon. Her first book, Riot Lung (Thistledown Press, 2012), was shortlisted for a 2013 ReLit Award and a Saskatchewan Book Award. Her second collection, For Your Own Good (Caitlin Press, 2015), was named a 2016 Stonewall Honour Book by the American Library Association, and she was awarded Canada's Dayne Ogilvie Prize for LGBT Emerging Writers that same year. She lived on Unceded Coast Salish Territories in Vancouver for nearly ten years, during which time she and her dear friend Estlin McPhee ran REVERB, a queer and anti-oppressive reading series. She now lives on Treaty Seven Territory & Region 3 of the Métis Nation in Calgary. Her long-awaited third collection of poems, Moldovan Hotel, was released this spring from Brick Books. ----- Andrew French is an author from North Vancouver, British Columbia. He is the author of two chapbooks, Do Not Discard Ashes (845 Press, 2020) and Poems for Different Yous (Rose Garden Press, 2021). Andrew has a BA in English from Huron University College at Western University and an MA in English from UBC. He writes poems, book reviews, and hosts this very podcast.

Pod So 1
Episode 83:Ilona Levine

Pod So 1

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2021 60:39


This week’s story is told by Ilona Levine.  Ilona was born and raised in the Moldovan part of the Soviet Union.  When Ilona was 13 years old, the Soviet Union collapsed and she witnessed her native Moldova begin its journey to becoming a sovereign nation.  Ilona grew up in an apartment and usually climbed the 15 flights of stairs rather than take the elevator due to the unreliable supply of electricity.  Ilona was a classical ballet dancer and was also a teacher during her teen years.  At times, she would teach as many as 150 students.  Ilona attended Moldovan Law School at the age of seventeen.  She essentially skipped the step of getting a bachelor’s degree because she tested so high on the law school entrance exam.  When Ilona immigrated to the U.S.A. at nineteen, she had not quite finished law school.  She was told that she would need a bachelor’s degree before she could finish law school in the U.S.  Ilona attained her undergrad degree in two and a half years.  Ilona is currently the General Counsel at Internet Society, a non-profit focused on growing and strengthening the internet across the globe.

Squawk7000
News May 3rd, 2021

Squawk7000

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2021 8:25


Episode 40 of Squawk 7000; on this week's Short Final – the DAA records a loss of €284 million for 2020, the Spanish airline Vueling announces a new route to Belfast and a new Moldovan airline commences services to Dublin.Brought to you by www.FlyinginIreland.com and www.funflyaerosports.ie See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Europa United's Eurochat
The Moldovan Coffee Break Episode 6

Europa United's Eurochat

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 2, 2021 40:39


Welcome to Episode six of The Moldovan Coffee Break. A Europa United and European Network production. In this six-part podcast series, we will be casting a spotlight on the country of Moldova and in particular, life for six young people so as to examine what it is like to grow up in the Moldova of 2021. Moldova has historically been given a bad rap, mainly due to uninformed press and unflattering travel reports, but there is far more to this country than just a post-Soviet state, and we will show this by engaging with Moldova’s strongest asset – its youth. Co-hosted by Ken Sweeney and Loredana Prijmireanu, their aim is to portray Moldova for what it really is – a culture rich country with a unique past and vibrant future. Loredana has been sitting down for a coffee with the six young individuals over the last few months and each episode will feature a conversation with one of our interviewees. In episode six, Loredana talks to Cristina Carmanu. Cristina is a student who has spent time working in the Moldovan media with local publication, Ziarul de Garda.

Morning Glory, cu Razvan Exarhu
Morning Glory - 23.03.2021 - invitați Florin Busuioc & medicul Andreea Moldovan

Morning Glory, cu Razvan Exarhu

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2021


Morning Glory - 23.03.2021 - invitați Florin Busuioc & medicul Andreea Moldovan

Inside the Bunghole...A Journey through Wine
Episode 2 - Brick Barn Wine Estate, where Moldova meets Buellton, CA

Inside the Bunghole...A Journey through Wine

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 19, 2021 43:03


Join us Inside the Bunghole as we visit the beautiful Brick Barn Wine Estates on the outskirts of Santa Barbara, in the Santa Ynez wine region.  We sit down with Moldovan wine maker Adrian Bolshoi and share some great wines and hear his fascinating story!  Adrian's journey begins in Moldova, a small country sandwiched between Romania and Ukraine with a rich history of wine making,  working the family vineyard with his grandparents.  He shares his adventure to the US and how he ends up in Buellton, CA with only two suitcases and a dream.He shares with us a beautiful Chardonnay, casked in a concrete egg, a late harvest Viognier and an amazing estate grown 2017 Cabernet Franc, Fatalist, which right down to the bottle defines elegance.  If you'd like to find out more about these stunning wines visit the website and follow their social media! www.brickbarnwineestate.comFB: Brick Barn Wine EstateInsta: brickbarnwineestateTwitter: @brickbarnwinee1

Moldovan Abroad
021-EN – Interview with Carolina Dogaru

Moldovan Abroad

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2021 52:33


I have met Carolina many years ago in Brussels, when she was part of the group LeaderShe. Even back then I knew that Carolina, along with the other wonderful young women that I met, is on a very ambitious path. After founding a nutrition project in Moldova with Irina Zuza, she decided upon the suggestion of a friend to study law in Moldova. She took it very seriously, as well as everything that she does. After finishing the Bachelor degree, she decided to apply for a Master degree in Maastricht and Rotterdam and she luckily received a scholarship in the latter. She was so grateful for that as she couldn’t afford living and studying abroad at the time, that she now founded a program with another Moldovan lady that will help financially students from Moldova who want to study abroad. While in Rotterdam, Carolina applied for an internship in Luxembourg at the European Investment Bank so her path took her to a different location, where she continues living and working today. She is an Associate at Arendt & Medernach and that didn’t come easily of course and she worked very hard to prove herself as you will find out in the podcast. If that doesn’t seem impressive enough, she also passed her bar in a language that she wasn’t speaking at the time: French. But she also acknowledges the importance to make time to live your life fully, relax, travel etc and we covered all that and more on the podcast. Listen to this episode because it is more than inspirational. You can find Carolina on Facebook if you have questions about the program for students. The music on the podcast is from Pixabay (Wataboi and Summer Forest). If you would like to support my work, you can buy my art or book a commission (email me daniela.c.paintings@gmail.com or instagram DM @daniela.c.paintings) or you can browse these products with my art printed on (@feeling.arty).If you would like to donate any amount to support my podcast, you can find me on Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/moldovanabroad), PayPal (danielacantir@yahoo.com) or Revolut (contact me for details). Or BUY ME A COFFEE

KickBack - The Global Anticorruption Podcast
50. Olesea Stamate on her experience in tackling corruption in Moldova

KickBack - The Global Anticorruption Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2021 48:25


On this very special -- the 50th -- episode of Kickback the Global Anti-Corruption Podcast, we welcome Olesea Stamate, who served as Minister of Justice in the past Moldovan government and is currently judicial advisor to the Moldovan president Maia Sandu. The podcast covers her unique background, working both for civil society and within the government to fight corruption in Moldova. Matthew and Olesea discuss the political situation and the threats of state capture in Moldova. The interview covers the challenges that arise from having external audits of the judiciary system and the current considerations in Moldova to unify the two main anti-corruption institutions of the country (the national anti-corruption center & chief prosecutors office). Olesea reflects on when the pressure by international organizations has been helpful. Finally, the interview touches on the banking fraud case which some have dubbed the “theft of the century” and Olesea chimes in on how the apparent lack of whistleblowers (more in links below). Further Reading: Bank Fraud case https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moldovan_bank_fraud_scandal Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/kickbackpodcast

Morning Glory, cu Razvan Exarhu
Morning Glory - 10.03.2021 - medicul Andreea Moldovan & psihiatrul Vlad Stroescu

Morning Glory, cu Razvan Exarhu

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2021


Morning Glory - 10.03.2021 - medicul Andreea Moldovan & psihiatrul Vlad Stroescu

Morning Glory, cu Razvan Exarhu
Morning Glory - 24.02.2021 - invitate secretarul de stat de la Ministerul Sănătății, Andreea Moldovan & etnologul Laura Jiga Iliescu

Morning Glory, cu Razvan Exarhu

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 23, 2021


Morning Glory - 24.02.2021 - invitate secretarul de stat de la Ministerul Sănătății, Andreea Moldovan & etnologul Laura Jiga Iliescu

Morning Glory, cu Razvan Exarhu
Morning Glory - 17.02.2021 - invitați jurnalistul Mircea Meșter & medicul Andreea Moldovan

Morning Glory, cu Razvan Exarhu

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2021


Morning Glory - 17.02.2021 - invitați jurnalistul Mircea Meșter & medicul Andreea Moldovan

Craig Peterson's Tech Talk
AS HEARD ON - The Jim Polito Show - WTAG 580 AM: Cybersecurity Pandemic and HIB Visa Fraud - Modern Day Tech Slave Trade

Craig Peterson's Tech Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2020 14:54


Welcome! Good morning, everybody. I was on WTAG this morning with Jim Polito.  We discussed the current Cybersecurity Pandemic and Phishing and what happened to Jim Polito, the host, this past week and then hit on travesty to the American worker through the H1B Visa program and how Facebook and other Big Tech is front and center with it. Here we go with Jim. For more tech tips, news, and updates, visit - CraigPeterson.com. ---  Automated Machine Generated Transcript: Jim Polito: [00:00:00] I was afraid to answer the email. Cause I, I said, wow, has this been hacked. Have they been hacked? No, it was a valid email. Then I got some other emails from Google saying somebody used one of your email accounts, so I sent it to Craig. I said Craig help me here. Craig Peterson: [00:00:21] Good morning, everybody. Craig Peterson on with Mr. Jim Polito looks like we've picked up another station. That's kinda cool.  W H J J, I think it is down in Rhode Island. Well, Jim picked it up, but I'm along for the ride. So that's kind of fun. We talked a little bit about that this morning. Jim's problem where he got hacked so we went into that. We also got into H1B visas and how they are hurting badly the US job market, and between you and me, I'm very concerned about what Joe Biden's going to do if he takes office with this whole program. So we got into all of that this morning. And here we go with Mr. Jim Polito. Jim Polito: [00:01:05] Here he is the man. Every Tuesday at this time he joins us. Boy, he got me out of a jam last week. I am talking about our tech talk guru and good friend, Craig Peterson, Craig say hello to Rhode Island. We are now the network has expanded to W H J J, a landmark and legacy station in Rhode Island. Craig Peterson: [00:01:33] Hey, good morning, everybody. Man, Rhode Island, of course, Central, Western mass parts of Vermont today. New England tomorrow, The world. Jim Polito: [00:01:44] Well, I don't know about that. The guy who, kind of, coined that expression, I don't know if I want to be affiliated with him, but, Craig,  just so folks, I can introduce you to Craig Peterson,  in Rhode Island and we don't make this up. Craig Peterson actually wrote code that is still being used on the internet. So unlike Al Gore, he truly did play a role. In inventing the internet. Now he has his own company and he graces us out of the goodness of his heart, with a great, great visit once a week. And he's got a show on  T A G and  H Y N. That is fantastic on the weekends. But the best thing is that he's here with us and  I'm his shall we say lab experiment because boy, Craig, did you help me out last week? Saved me. Craig Peterson: [00:02:38] Oh, thanks. You know what Jim what happened to you, happens every day to people. So many people just don't understand some of the things. I look at it as the basics, right? There's something that's known in expert circles. I'm going to put it this way. Knowing too much and not remembering too to not know this stuff. I'm so glad to be able to be on every weekend. Talk about this stuff and really explain it in ways that I hope people can understand a little better. Jim Polito: [00:03:10] Yeah. So let me just tell everybody what happened. I got an email from someone in corporate human resources. Now, remember iHeart is a very big company. We are very local in all of our stations and the iHeart radio app can go from the big, big stuff, like concerts right down to local with us. But here's the thing about getting an email from a company. I'm looking at it saying, is this real? I looked up the person in the directory Oh, okay, that person does work for the company. But it said someone has applied for unemployment. We have something here that you've applied for. I'm like, Oh my God. Well, first of all, Craig.  My first reaction was, wow, I'm already out. That's it. This is how the company is telling me. Then the other reaction was, I was afraid to answer. Because I said, wow, has this been hacked? Have they been hacked, but no, it was a valid email. I got some other emails from Google saying somebody used one of your email accounts, so I sent it to Craig. I said Craig help me here.  Lo and behold Craig, it was real. Somebody got my information and applied for unemployment. Craig Peterson: [00:04:35] We looked up your email addresses and I found them in a whole boatload of breaches of other information out there. I think Jim didn't we find your name, your home address, obviously your email password? Weren't what, all of those in there, as I recall. Jim Polito: [00:04:53] I think so. Yeah. I mean, somebody had really, somebody really got in there. Um, and you know, uh, I responded to human resources. They were great and right away, they sent me back an email, which was very helpful, Jim. Here's what you need to do, get to your credit right now and freeze it, all of it, lock it down, you know? And, uh, luckily so far, I don't think anything, you know, has been an issue. Um, but Craig, we talked about it, Massachusetts. It was an issue. In other states like Rhode Island, it's been an issue. Um, you see it in the news, they're talking about people, uh, trying to take advantage of the, um, the benefits that came out earlier in relation to COVID and to scam, take someone else's identity and do something with it. Craig Peterson: [00:05:47] Absolutely, we're calling it now a pandemic. This is a cybersecurity pandemic that's really been triggered by the lockdown, by the fear of COVID trying to understand that. Also of course the big deal with the lockdown is so many people are working from home, look at you, and pop they're at home. Right. You've got the technology to connect to the radio station. But because of that, now employees are on insecure devices in their homes, utilizing their own networks.  We now have seen this massive pandemic of identities being stolen of all kinds of fraud, not just what we've known for a while called business email compromise, where you get an email and it's trying to trick you. Into doing something, but it's not necessarily from someone you know. Now we're seeing email account compromise where the bad guys are taking over an email account, using the information that they have found on the dark web about each one of us. Now you will get a legitimate email that is from someone legitimately in HR. And in fact, it's really not a legitimate email, but everything about was. They took over HR's email account. Jim Polito: [00:07:08] Yeah. I mean, the other thing I did is, you know, folks who don't have, you know, access to a lot of other, uh, checks and, you know, um, I called, you know, the best thing to do is, okay, I got an email from this person I called and said, Hey, what's going on here? So that's always a good backup, but you know, I get so much of that email in accounts, you know, I'll have an, uh, an email come to me, you know? Uh, and then, uh, and then, uh, I've got about one, two, three, well with work and then like three other emails. And it's just because I've had them for so long. I just keep them. But. Um, they're not as active, but I'll get an email to one of those accounts saying, Hey you need to reset your Amazon password. I was like, this is not the account I set up Amazon with,  like good try guys. This is not the account, but you do worry about some other things. You take a look at it and say,  I don't know for sure. I'm worried. And a phone call is always a good thing for people to do. And I know you've recommended that in the past too. Unless the person on the other end of the line has an Eastern European accent. Right. And it could just be a coincidence that the woman in HR is from, I don't know, one of the Eastern European nations. She, she could be Moldovan. Right. you never know, so, that's a good thing. And that's something people have to look out for. But you know what I want to, I want to really discuss with you, other than bringing the attention of what happened to me, to everybody to be mindful of it. Watch out, somebody may try to get unemployment in your name. Hey, what's this thing about Facebook hiring foreign workers over US workers, and isn't ole "Zucky" breaking the law by doing this. Craig Peterson: [00:09:08] This has been a soapbox subject of mine forever. You talked about these people trying to deceive you. My daughter got a voicemail from the IRS.  They called her out of the blue and you're absolutely right. Don't respond to the email by all means. Don't click on the email. Pick up the phone. You did such the right thing. The Zuck here, this has been one of the things I've been talking about, not specifically with Facebook, but for well over a decade. We put a program into place to allow immigrants to come to the United States to do specific jobs. So here in New England, we have a lot of people that come to our Ski Hills, for instance, to work in the winters. Many of them are from in fact  Eastern European countries and they come here, they get exposure to the US and there we're able to bring those workers in because we can't find enough. People to work here on some of the ski Hills with these seasonal jobs, people want permanent jobs and I can understand that sort of thing. So that made a lot of sense. Congress decided, Hey, you know what? We need tech workers because it happened forbid we just don't have enough tech workers in the US. Even though right now, there are many of US that are out of work and have been for ages. So here's what's happened just on Thursday less than a week ago, the Department of Justice sued Facebook because apparently what they have been doing is they've been bringing in foreign workers to work in the US. You say, wait a minute, Craig is isn't it people looking for work and the answer to that is yes. And they might even want one of these jobs. Jim, did you see the average salary of more than $156,000 a year? Jim Polito: [00:11:02] That's what they say is a good job at a good wage. Craig Peterson: [00:11:05] Yeah, exactly. So what Facebook apparently has been doing, and this is the allegation in the suit is they've been advertising these positions as being open, which they're required to do under the law. Let's Americans know about the jobs and what the qualifications are, and then they can apply. Well, apparently what they've been doing is advertising the jobs in little local newspapers that no one reads and looking at the statistics, the job between July 2018 and April 2019. Okay. 81% of these 1100 jobs, 81% did not receive a single applicant while another 18% received just one applicant such add that up 81 plus 18%. Oh my gosh. 99% of the jobs didn't get applicants. So my gosh, we've got to go overseas to find people to work here. Jim Polito: [00:12:05] That is that's so sleazy. Craig Peterson: [00:12:09] Isn't that something. Well, yeah, the deal Jay said also earlier in 2018, Facebook advertised 22 openings for art director jobs and they had more than 2,600 applications for those jobs. Okay. So obviously if they advertise in the right place, maybe even on their own platform, they get applications. Jim Polito: [00:12:34] You know, I love that. So what you're saying is today, I need to pick up a copy of the penny saver if it still exists or the want ad advertiser and all those other things, uh, You know, like the automobile, uh, and boat and recreational vehicle one, you know, at the, at the convenience store, I got to grab one of those and all of a sudden I'll say, Oh, you know, what's open the position for the chief financial officer at Facebook. I'm going to apply. Uh, Craig Peterson: [00:13:04] Make sure you go to Bath, Maine to pick that one up. Right. Jim Polito: [00:13:07] I know, right, right. Our good friend, Craig Peterson, tech talk guru. Now listen, you can get him on WTAG and W H Y N, I believe Sundays at 11:00 AM. Um, and you can listen to my Rhode Island friends with the iHeart radio app, and then Craig, if people want to get in touch with you, how do they do it? Craig Peterson: [00:13:31] Well, if you go to Craig peterson.com, you'll find lots of great information there. I'm going to start a course on hardening windows. After the first of the year, we're going to get back to the basics. So we'll be doing some free webinars and other things, and you want to know about it. So the best way to learn about this is just going to Craig peterson.com and you'll see at the bottom of the page that you can subscribe, they'll get my newsletter. Hey, I'm not some marketer out there hammering you all of the time. I just don't do that. I want to get the information out so you can sign up right there. You'll get my show notes and you'll find out about all of these pieces of training. Jim Polito: [00:14:09] All right. Thank you so much, sir. And we'll catch up with you next week. Craig Peterson: [00:14:14] All right. Take care of Jim. Yes, it's true. I really am going to be doing the hardening windows course after the first of the year, we've got it all laid out. Karen and I have been working hard on that and making sure it's all in place. So keep an eye out for that. I had a lot of responses I can have casually mentioned it in a PS in my email this weekend. And I got a lot of responses. I was really, really surprised. I anyhow, that's that? And we'll be back in tomorrow. With a W G A N up there in Maine. We're talking to Mainers. All right guys, take care. Bye-bye. ---  More stories and tech updates at: www.craigpeterson.com Don't miss an episode from Craig. Subscribe and give us a rating: www.craigpeterson.com/itunes Follow me on Twitter for the latest in tech at: www.twitter.com/craigpeterson For questions, call or text: 855-385-5553

Global Security
How Moldova's diaspora helped secure a win for the nation's first woman president

Global Security

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2020


In Moldova, poverty and corruption go hand in hand. In 2016, a single act of bank fraud by a group of politicians known as the “theft of the century” led to $1 billion siphoned out of the country into offshore accounts — that’s 12% of the nation’s gross domestic product. The country’s average household income over the past 10 years is just over $14,000 a year, causing a third of the nation’s workforce to leave and seek work abroad. So when Maia Sandu, the recently elected first woman president, ran a campaign focused solely on addressing corruption, 93% of Moldovans abroad voted for her, bringing in 244,000 votes and lifting her above the incumbent, Igor Dodon, who lost by a thin margin of 27,000 votes. Diaspora voters comprise 15% of the Moldovan electorate.Related: Anti-government protests swell in Bulgaria amid corruption allegationsSabina Costin, a Moldovan who now lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota, said she’s not someone who cares about politics, but Sandu stood out as a promising candidate because she prioritized cleaning up internal corruption and strengthening ties to the European Union. Costin, who is 29 years old, became part of the Moldovan diaspora at age 17, when her family won the US green card lottery and moved to Minneapolis. One of the first things that stood out to her when she started working in the US was that bribery wasn’t common practice in institutions. Costin remembers the corruption her family had to endure to get her into a good charter school when she was in second grade in Moldova. Related: Trump's hypocrisy on corruption is just what Putin wantsWhen she didn’t fully pass the entrance exam, her mother and she both dressed nicely, went to the school and asked the authorities, “How much do you need to get her [into] the school?” Costin says they wrote down a number on a piece of paper to indicate the amount. Her mother negotiated, and she got in. Costin said her experience is normal in Moldova, where a 2015 survey showed that one in five Moldovans had paid a bribe to public officials in the 12 months leading up to the survey. “The further we go with more transparency, we will be able to achieve so much more, in my opinion.”Sabina Costin, Moldovan diaspora in Minneapolis, MinnesotaShe believes that the only way to bring Moldovans back home is by cleaning up the widespread government corruption. “The further we go with more transparency, we will be able to achieve so much more, in my opinion.” In this Saturday, Feb. 23, 2019 file photo, a man holds a European Union flag as people stand by shoes of Moldovan citizens working abroad are placed on the pavement in Chisinau, Moldova. Credit: Vadim Ghirda/File photo/AP Sandu defeated Dodon, the current president of Moldova, who said on the 2016 campaign trail that he would “rule Moldova like Putin” — a promise that Dodon failed to deliver on during his presidency, according to Georgetown University professor and Black Sea security expert Iulia Joja. “The fact that Russia has restrained itself from intervening actively in these elections has been very good news for the entire region.”Iulia Joja, professor and Black Sea security expert, Georgetown University“He has promised that Putin would visit Moldova, which has not happened in the last four years.” Joja added, “The fact that Russia has restrained itself from intervening actively in these elections has been very good news for the entire region.”Joja said Dodon’s strategy, promising Moldovans that a strong relationship with Russia was in their future, failed with Moldovans abroad who valued Sandu’s anti-corruption platform and promise to oust corrupt government officials. “They see how well they fare in the West and they want to be able to do as well at home and to be able to return home."Related: Ukraine is 'sending a very clear message to corrupt elites'Joja said that Moldovans working abroad make up the biggest foreign investors to the country’s economy: “In 2019, 16% of Moldova's GDP [came] from the diaspora through foreign remittances.”Moldovans abroad see Sandu as a hero for having left Moldova only to return and make a life for herself, Joja added. Sandu left Moldova to pursue an education at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government but returned home to take a job at the Ministry of Education in 2012. When The World asked why she returned, Sandu said, “Because Moldova is a beautiful country with very nice people.”In her time as minister, Sandu said she “reduced the number of bribes in the education system by half” — an accomplishment she believes demonstrates her capacity to deliver on her promise to tackle corruption. “These are young people, a creative working-age population [who] can contribute a lot to Moldova. And they left because they didn't have any prospects at home. They still believe in their country. They want things to change in our country."Maia Sandu, president, MoldovaSandu said she empathizes with the diaspora. “These are young people, a creative working-age population [who] can contribute a lot to Moldova. And they left because they didn't have any prospects at home. They still believe in their country. They want things to change in our country. And as a proof to that is their participation in the latest presidential elections a few days ago,” she said. Related: Lebanon protests called out corruption. Now it's about survival. Moldova does not have mail-in voting, meaning Moldovans abroad had to find international polling places. Some of them traveled hundreds of miles to vote. “People had to stay in lines for two, four, seven hours,” said Sandu, who also said high voter turnout among the diaspora shows that Moldovans abroad hope to “create a functional government to have the rule of law for the people to believe in their country.”As for her plans on tackling corruption, Sandu said, “Unfortunately, some of the existing judges are corrupt, some of the people who are already in the system are corrupt.” During her first week in office,  she said she will be proposing a law “to clean up the system [and] do the evaluation of judges and prosecutors. She plans to use every possible opportunity — including the National Council for Security — to make sure that state institutions focus on high-profile corruption cases. Sandu said that she knows fighting corruption is dangerous work. Her own mother worries for Sandu’s safety. But now that she has won the election, Sandu said her mother rests a little easier knowing that her daughter is supported in her efforts. Sandu said this support gives her the courage to help create a new Moldova — a Moldova that people can come home to. Natalia Cucoș, an excited Sandu supporter based in Austria, said she hopes someday she can return to her motherland. “You can take the person out of Moldova, but you can’t take Moldova out of the person,” she said. 

Explaining Ukraine
Ep. 38 - Moldova, Ukraine, Belarus, Nagorno-Karabakh: What’s Happening in Eastern Europe?

Explaining Ukraine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2020 28:10


What’s happening in the Eastern Partnership countries - Moldova, Ukraine and Belarus - and with the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict? What will be the consequences of Maia Sandu’s victory in Moldova’s presidential election over pro-Russian Igor Dodon? UkraineWorld talks with Nicu Popescu, a prominent Moldovan expert, the director of the Wider Europe Programme at the European Council on Foreign Relations and the former Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration in the cabinet of Prime Minister Maia Sandu in 2019.

Junior Golf Kies
#55 - Max Moldovan - Ohio State University '24

Junior Golf Kies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2020 49:06


Max is back to share some updates and experience from his transition to college golf life. We discuss his schedule, shifts in practice and playing habits, working remotely with his father/coach, and more!

Visegrad Insight Podcast
A New Path for Moldova? Maia Sandu Wins the Presidential Election

Visegrad Insight Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2020 21:53


Maia Sandu's astounding victory in the run-off of the presidential election with 57 per cent of the vote against 42 per cent for incumbent Igor Dodon was positively received all across Europe. The real challenge begins as president-elect Sandu will endeavour to align Moldova's foreign policy more closely with the EU while maintaining close relations with Russia. Can the largely symbolic office of the president create a profound change for Moldova, as we have previously witnessed in Slovakia after the election of Zuzana Čaputová? We discuss the Moldovan presidential election with Denis Cenușawho is a Researcher at the Institut für Politikwissenschaft and PhD Candidate at Justus-Liebig-Universität (Germany). This episode is part of the Eastern European Futures (#EaP2030) project supported by the German Marshall Fund of the United States - Black Sea Trust. Read our scenarios for the Eastern Partnership region: www.visegradinsight.eu/EaP2030/ Change in Moldova: find out what Maia Sandu will focus on in her presidency in an analysis written by Denis Cenușa: https://visegradinsight.eu/what-will-change-for-moldova/ #Moldova #EaP2030 #EU #Russia #MaiaSandu

West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy
West Coast Cookbook and Speakeasy - River City Hash Mondays 02 Nov 20

West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2020 62:23


West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy is Now Open! 8am-9am PT/ 11am-Noon ET for our especially special Daily Specials; River City Hash Mondays!Starting off in the Bistro Cafe, Trump gets misled by Fox and then Trump misleads everyone else.Then, on the rest of the menu, no matter how hard he tries, there's no apologizing for Scott Atlas going on a designated Russian propaganda outlet to diss Dr Fauci; Georgia lawmakers push for jail reform after investigative journalists uncovered hundreds of deaths in the state's county jails; and, an Oregon logging company owner, who was instrumental in the Malheur Occupation, filed suit challenging the constitutionality of a state fund to aid Black Oregonians.After the break, we move to the Chef's Table where chain-smoking Nigel Farage will relaunch his Russia-connected UK Brexit Party as an anti-lockdown party; and, the Moldovan presidential election is headed for a runoff as the pro-Russian incumbent has a slight lead over his main pro-Western opponent.All that and more, on West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy with Chef de Cuisine Justice Putnam.Bon Appétit!~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~"I was never a spy. I was with the OSS organization. We had a number of women, but we were all office help." -- Julia Child

Insane Ramblings
Episode 220 - The Protestations Of A Kicker

Insane Ramblings

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2020 76:25


A very miraculous episode in which Ben wants to lower the bar for sainthood, Vicki overhauls crosswalk regulations and we devise a new covid based workout plan. - Ben thinks the bar to become a saint is too high. - We try to determine to moral of Jack and the Beanstalk. - Pretty Little Liars is helping Vicki succumbing to her darkest desires. - We revisit the topic of placebo buttons and Vicki lays down some new traffic light rules. - Ben has a run in with his arch nemesis on the train. - Run chat: The coronavirus provides some good workout motivation and Vicki pitches an augmented reality running app. - Vicki’s friend informs her that her house is on fire. - Ben falls out of his bunk bed and wakes up mid-air. - We dispense some advice for anyone pretending to have retrograde amnesia. - We celebrate the age old Moldovan custom of buying five Peloton bikes for your wife’s family.

Insane Ramblings
Episode 220 - The Protestations Of A Kicker

Insane Ramblings

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2020 76:25


A very miraculous episode in which Ben wants to lower the bar for sainthood, Vicki overhauls crosswalk regulations and we devise a new covid based workout plan. - Ben thinks the bar to become a saint is too high. - We try to determine to moral of Jack and the Beanstalk. - Pretty Little Liars is helping Vicki succumbing to her darkest desires. - We revisit the topic of placebo buttons and Vicki lays down some new traffic light rules. - Ben has a run in with his arch nemesis on the train. - Run chat: The coronavirus provides some good workout motivation and Vicki pitches an augmented reality running app. - Vicki’s friend informs her that her house is on fire. - Ben falls out of his bunk bed and wakes up mid-air. - We dispense some advice for anyone pretending to have retrograde amnesia. - We celebrate the age old Moldovan custom of buying five Peloton bikes for your wife’s family.

Bloody Elbow Presents
UFC VEGAS 10: WATERSON VS HILL | The 6th Round Post-Fight Show

Bloody Elbow Presents

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2020 56:41


Rebroadcast of an episode that aired 9/12/20, there was an issue with the audio file on some of our podcast platforms. Eddie Mercado & Dayne Fox are here to breakdown the UFC VEGAS 10 event, with hot takes, possible next fights, as well as reactions to the overall event. Tonight's UFC event, broadcast from the APEX Fight Center in Las Vegas, NV, showcased a women’s strawweight bout between Michelle ‘The Karate Hottie’ Waterson and Angela ‘Overkill’ Hill. Hill making UFC history tonight being the first African-American woman to headline a main event, but it was not to be her night, Waterson happily accepted a split decision victory after 25 minutes of jam-packed action; in the co-main event of the night: in only two trips to the Octagon, lightweight prospect the ‘Bulldozer’ Ottman Azaitar has now blitzed two opponents in the opening round, ‘The Deathstar’ was anxious to debate the 1:33 1st round victory... until he caught the replay; Azaitar has now scored ten wins via knockout. — In the main card opener, we saw rising featherweight prospect Billy Quarantillo finish brawler Kyle Nelson via 3rd round KO/TKO, followed up by a dominant decision victory for ‘King’ Bobby Green, and a last minute Kimura win by Ed ‘Short Fuse’ Herman over ‘Slow’ Mike. Bloody Elbow’s own Roxanne ‘The Happy Warrior’ Modafferi battled it out to the judges scorecards for another win tonight against Andrea “KGB’ Lee right before the co-main event of the evening. Let’s run down the early portion of the event: We ended up starting the undercard portion of the night with five finishes out of seven bouts. In our opener, Sabina Mazo pulled off the biggest win of her career, when the amazonian women’s flyweight prospect ended Justine Kish via 3rd round Sub. Just about the time we were recovering from that finish, the “Tarantula”, Jalin Turner tortured Brok Weaver all the way to a 2nd round Sub — to keep the finishes coming, we had our undefeated heavyweight prospect, Alexander Romanov, perform like a steamroller when the Moldovan fighter dominated veteran Roque Martinez to earn a Sub in the 2nd round. As if this wasn’t enough action for the prelims, Kevin Croom was the standout tonight, making the most of his UFC debut when the veteran fighter finished heavy favorite, Roosevelt Roberts, with a 31-second Sub. Rounding things out, bonuses for putting forth POTN efforts went to Azaitar & Croom, and FOTN honors went to Waterson vs. Hill. Overall, this massive twelve-bout card saw two swift finishes in Round 1, five submissions, had a total of two KO/TKOs, and five decisions; one split (the MAIN EVENT). Here’s a look at the UFC VEGAS 10 RESULTS & UPDATED FIGHT RECORDS: MAIN CARD | SAT. SEP 12 12. Michelle Waterson (18-8) DEF. Angela Hill (12-9) - DEC, SPLIT 11. Ottman Azaitar (13-0) DEF. Khama Worthy (16-7) - KO/TKO, Punches at 1:33 of Rd 1 10. Roxanne Modafferi (25-17) DEF. Andrea Lee (11-5) - DEC, Unanimous 9. Ed Herman (25-14) DEF. Mike Rodriguez (11-5) - SUB, Kimura at 4:01 of Rd 3, Total 14:01 8. Bobby Green (27-10) DEF. Alan Patrick (15-3) - DEC, Unanimous PRELIMS 7. 145lbs - Billy Quarantillo (15-2) DEF. Kyle Nelson (12-4) - KO/TKO, Right Cross at 0:07 of Rd 3, Total 10:07 6. 135lbs - Sijara Eubanks (6-4) DEF. Julia Avila (8-2) - DEC, Unanimous 5. 155lbs - Kevin Croom (22-12) DEF. Roosevelt Roberts (10-3) - SUB, Standing Guillotine Choke at 0:31 of Rd 1 4. 265 lbs - Alexander Romanov (12-0) DEF. Roque Martinez (15-6) - SUB, Arm Triangle Choke at 4:22 of Rd 2, Total 9:22 3. 155lbs - Jalin Turner (10-5) DEF. Brok Weaver (15-6) - SUB, Rear Naked Choke at 4:20 of Rd 2, 9:20 Total 2. 170lbs - Bryan Barberena (15-7) DEF. Anthony Ivy (8-4) - DEC, Unanimous 1. 125lbs - Sabina Mazo (9-1) DEF. Justine Kish (7-3) - SUB, Rear Naked Choke at 3:57 of Rd 3, Total 13:57 Be sure to follow Eddie - @TheEddieMercado & Dayne - @TheDayneFox, and follow @BloodyElbow on twitter for all the latest in MMA happenings.

Bloody Elbow Presents
UFC VEGAS 10: WATERSON VS HILL | The 6th Round Post-Fight Show

Bloody Elbow Presents

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2020 56:41


Eddie Mercado & Dayne Fox are here to breakdown the UFC VEGAS 10 event, with hot takes, possible next fights, as well as reactions to the overall event. Tonight's UFC event, broadcast from the APEX Fight Center in Las Vegas, NV, showcased a women’s strawweight bout between Michelle ‘The Karate Hottie’ Waterson and Angela ‘Overkill’ Hill. Hill making UFC history tonight being the first African-American woman to headline a main event, but it was not to be her night, Waterson happily accepted a split decision victory after 25 minutes of jam-packed action; in the co-main event of the night: in only two trips to the Octagon, lightweight prospect the ‘Bulldozer’ Ottman Azaitar has now blitzed two opponents in the opening round, ‘The Deathstar’ was anxious to debate the 1:33 1st round victory... until he caught the replay; Azaitar has now scored ten wins via knockout. — In the main card opener, we saw rising featherweight prospect Billy Quarantillo finish brawler Kyle Nelson via 3rd round KO/TKO, followed up by a dominant decision victory for ‘King’ Bobby Green, and a last minute Kimura win by Ed ‘Short Fuse’ Herman over ‘Slow’ Mike. Bloody Elbow’s own Roxanne ‘The Happy Warrior’ Modafferi battled it out to the judges scorecards for another win tonight against Andrea “KGB’ Lee right before the co-main event of the evening. Let’s run down the early portion of the event: We ended up starting the undercard portion of the night with five finishes out of seven bouts. In our opener, Sabina Mazo pulled off the biggest win of her career, when the amazonian women’s flyweight prospect ended Justine Kish via 3rd round Sub. Just about the time we were recovering from that finish, the “Tarantula”, Jalin Turner tortured Brok Weaver all the way to a 2nd round Sub — to keep the finishes coming, we had our undefeated heavyweight prospect, Alexander Romanov, perform like a steamroller when the Moldovan fighter dominated veteran Roque Martinez to earn a Sub in the 2nd round. As if this wasn’t enough action for the prelims, Kevin Croom was the standout tonight, making the most of his UFC debut when the veteran fighter finished heavy favorite, Roosevelt Roberts, with a 31-second Sub. Rounding things out, bonuses for putting forth POTN efforts went to Azaitar & Croom, and FOTN honors went to Waterson vs. Hill. Overall, this massive twelve-bout card saw two swift finishes in Round 1, five submissions, had a total of two KO/TKOs, and five decisions; one split (the MAIN EVENT)... what a fun night of fights we have to discuss with you! Here’s a look at the UFC VEGAS 10 RESULTS & UPDATED FIGHT RECORDS: MAIN CARD | SAT. SEP 12 12. 115lbs - Michelle Waterson (18-8) DEF. Angela Hill (12-9) - DEC, SPLIT 11. 155lbs - Ottman Azaitar (13-0) DEF. Khama Worthy (16-7) - KO/TKO, Punches at 1:33 of Rd 1 10. 125lbs - Roxanne Modafferi (25-17) DEF. Andrea Lee (11-5) - DEC, Unanimous 9. 205lbs - Ed Herman (25-14) DEF. Mike Rodriguez (11-5) - SUB, Kimura at 4:01 of Rd 3, Total 14:01 8. 155lbs - Bobby Green (27-10) DEF. Alan Patrick (15-3) - DEC, Unanimous FOTN: ($50K ea.) Waterson vs. Hill POTN: ($50K ea.) 1. Azaitar 2. Croom PRELIMS 7. 145lbs - Billy Quarantillo (15-2) DEF. Kyle Nelson (12-4) - KO/TKO, Right Cross at 0:07 of Rd 3, Total 10:07 6. 135lbs - Sijara Eubanks (6-4) DEF. Julia Avila (8-2) - DEC, Unanimous 5. 155lbs - Kevin Croom (22-12) DEF. Roosevelt Roberts (10-3) - SUB, Standing Guillotine Choke at 0:31 of Rd 1 4. 265 lbs - Alexander Romanov (12-0) DEF. Roque Martinez (15-6) - SUB, Arm Triangle Choke at 4:22 of Rd 2, Total 9:22 3. 155lbs - Jalin Turner (10-5) DEF. Brok Weaver (15-6) - SUB, Rear Naked Choke at 4:20 of Rd 2, 9:20 Total 2. 170lbs - Bryan Barberena (15-7) DEF. Anthony Ivy (8-4) - DEC, Unanimous 1. 125lbs - Sabina Mazo (9-1) DEF. Justine Kish (7-3) - SUB, Rear Naked Choke at 3:57 of Rd 3, Total 13:57 Be sure to follow Eddie - @TheEddieMercado & Dayne - @TheDayneFox, and follow @BloodyElbow on twitter for all the latest in MMA happenings.

90 Day Fiance - Coupled with Chaos
E27 90 Day Fiance - Happlily Ever After -S5 E13 - Change Don't Happen Overnight - Yo

90 Day Fiance - Coupled with Chaos

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2020 40:44


90 Day Fiancé – Happily Ever After? Season 5 Episode 13Paul conquers his fear of poop.If you haven't seen a naked photo of Colt, go check your inbox.Asuelu gets a homework assignmentJenn has a moment of clarity understanding the complexities of the Moldovan corruption crisis but still doesn't know that China and Japan are different countries.Angela says the wedding has her stomach in knots, but I think it could be drinking beer and hot sauce for breakfast.Andrew and James drop wisdom on Tania and Syngin.Look for 90 Day Fiancé – The Other Way covered in other episodes in this same podcastCoupled with Chaos can be reached as listed below:Email: Coupledwithchaos@gmail.comWeb site: https://coupledwithchaos.wordpress.com/Facebook: @CoupledwithchaosInstagram: @CoupledwithchaosTwitter: @CoupledwChaosFollow their adventures both here and on their other podcast – Coupled with Chaos

Lloyd's List: The Shipping Podcast
The Lloyd’s List Podcast: The shipping story behind the Beirut explosion

Lloyd's List: The Shipping Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2020 28:33


In this week’s podcast we reveal the full story of the Moldovan-flag bulk carrier, The Rhosus, which in 2013 arrived in Lebanon carrying 2,750 ammonium nitrate. The story of a botched loading, crew abandonment that followed left a tomb bomb inside the heart of Beirut and the Rhosus rusting under the breakwater of the port. We explore what happened and ask whether the devastating explosion will be a wake up call to the rest of the supply chain to take dangerous good handling more seriously.

Breakfast With Tiffany Show
How Pole Dancing Changed My Life?

Breakfast With Tiffany Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2020 23:56


Ridiculously high heels, amazing choreography, and a slinkiness that defies the natural laws of gravity. With the pole world growing, and sexy style gaining back popularity again, a few names for the style are continuously used, usually interchangeably such as stripper style, exotic styles and classique style. There actually seemed to be a lot of agreement on what each particular term referred to. There were shared dance elements, stylistic choices, and tricks or skills or movements which were associated with each term.Exotic pole dancing style is associated with amazing strength and skills around the pole. This style is more on technical difficulty. Its about wowing the audience with complex base work, deceptive strength work, and crazy transitions. Moves that are sexy by virtue of their brilliant quality.Exotic definitely has a higher focus on tricks, but a lot of focus is on the base of the pole for these performers, and it is incredible to watch. They aim to execute their strength moves as effortlessly as possible, whilst finding new and interesting ways around the pole.In this week’s episode, we will talk to one of the veteran in pole dancing. Won several times in pole dancing competitions held worldwide. Currently a top pole dancing Instructor in Tokyo. She’s a certified yoga and anti gravity teacher, studied Ayurveda and nutrition courses, and a meditation practitioner.Diana Dia is a Moldovan performer base in Japan and soon in Europe. Check her mesmerising Instagram video and photo posts here ~ @dianadiapdt Follow us on Facebook ~ https://www.facebook.com/breakfastwithtiffanyshowSubscribe on iTunes ~ https://podcasts.apple.com/jp/podcast/breakfast-with-tiffany-show/id1524300778Follow on Spoptify ~ https://open.spotify.com/show/52ySZU9QRQOkkCfM2pJaiz?si=U_As0oUqTHWOZX8gPaoO2AFollow Tiffany on Instagram @TokyohottieAlso we just opened a few accounts that can support our podcasting channel for awhile until it get sponsorships from brands. Would you be willing to help by giving a support to any of the links below? Every penny you send will help us continue to work to build a better lgbtq+ community and your supports will make this happen. It is a very easy access and process with only a few clicks below PayPal link ~ https://paypal.me/breakfastwithtiff Buy Me A Tea link ~ https://www.buymeacoffee.com/tiffanyrossdale Your generosity is astonishing and advance much thanks to your amazing supports Support the show (https://paypal.me/breakfastwithtiff)

Marked Safe: A Disaster Podcast
Get back on board, for F---’s sake: The Costa Concordia Disaster

Marked Safe: A Disaster Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2020 61:16


SHOW NOTES7th anniversary of Costa Concordia disasterCoast guard: cruise ship runs aground off Italy, 3 bodies found; helicopters rescue othersCosta ConcordiaCosta Concordia: Captain drove ship 'like it was a Ferrari', says former skipperCosta Concordia captain not solely to blame, says prosecutorCosta Concordia captain Schettino guilty of manslaughterCosta Concordia DisasterCosta Concordia girl still hauntsCosta Concordia mishap: Remains of Russel Rebello return to Mumbai 3 years onCosta Concordia: Missing Hero Russel Rebello's Body Found Inside Salvaged LinerCosta Concordia officer testifies he ordered abandon shipCosta Concordia: Shipment of Mob drugs was hidden aboard cruise liner when it hit rocks off Italian coast, investigators sayCosta Concordia: Stricken ship set upright in ItalyCosta Concordia Trial: Captain Dithered while I Gave Abandon Ship Order, Says DeputyCosta Concordia trial: Captain's lover was on bridgeCosta Concordia violinist Sandor Feher had passion for teaching kidsCosta Concordia vs. Titanic: Do they compare?Cruise ship's cook says captain ordered dinner after crashDuring Cruise Ship Disaster, Husband Sacrifices Life to Save His WifeErika Fani Soria Molina Crew Death Costa Concordia Cruise Ship SinkingGabriel Grube Passenger Death Costa Concordia Cruise Ship SinkingHusband of missing Costa Concordia victim: 'I wonder if she has been swept out to sea'I'm a hero, not a coward says Costa Concordia captain Francesco SchettinoItaly Finds a Heroic Foil for Its Scorned CaptainJustice for Concordia Victims as Schettino sentenced to Sixteen YearsMylyne Litzler Passenger Death Cruise Ship Costa Concordia Cruise Ship SinkingNewly identified Costa Concordia victim gave up his place on lifeboat for a childPhotos Located of Missing Costa Concordia PassengersPierre Gregoire Passenger Death Cruise Ship Costa Concordia Cruise Ship SinkingTerror at Sea: The Sinking of the ConcordiaThe Heroes of the ConcordiaThe Raising of The Costa Concordia‘Today I died a second time’: Moldovan dancer admits she was Costa Concordia captain’s loverTwo more bodies found on ship, three people rescuedYes, I kissed the Costa Concordia captain. I think we'd have ended up in bed... but the ship crashed: Moldovan blonde gives first interview

Shoot the Defence
UKRFUT24 Podcast: Interview with Ivan Goncearuc

Shoot the Defence

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2020 43:31


Ivan Goncearuc joins Adam Pate to discuss new developments in Moldovan football, spearheaded by UEFA and guided by Mark Bradley from Fanexperienceco. Special thanks to Natalia Donets for translating. ------------------------------------------ Intro theme is Topps - Social Download here Apple Music - https://music.apple.com/gb/album/social-single/1427419114 Amazon Music - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Social-Topps/dp/B07GHXMSPH

Thinking While Drinking
Episode 13 - Numa Numa is a Moldovan song from '03

Thinking While Drinking

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2020 39:28


Inside the Stakes
Team Moldovan

Inside the Stakes

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 10, 2020 57:01


This episode is with the reigning AJGA Player of the Year, Maxwell Moldovan and his dad, John! We discuss his journey in junior golf, his commitment to THE Ohio State University, and his incredible 2019 season.

Junior Golf Kies
#14 - Max Moldovan - Junior Golfer 2020, Ohio State University Commit

Junior Golf Kies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2019 38:53


In this episode, 2019 AJGA Rolex Player of the Year, Max Moldovan joins the show to chat about his story, practice/playing habits, college recruiting process, and also offers advice about several other topics in the junior golf world.

The Promised Podcast
The “Who the Hell Would Vote for Them?!?” Edition

The Promised Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2019 88:14


Two weeks and a bit before elections, Allison Kaplan Sommer, Don Futterman and Noah Efron, in an act of political empathy and imagination, try to figure who votes for each of Israel’s right-wing parties, and why. (Next week, we do the same thing for the parties on the left.) Looking for the extra segment? Who the Hell Would Vote for Shas?!? Why will hundreds of thousands of Israelis vote for the ultra-Orthodox, Sefaradi Shas Party? Who the Hell Would Vote for Shaked?!? Who votes for the to-the-right-of-the-Likud Yemina Party, and why? Who the Hell Would Vote for the Likud?!? Why will more than a million Israelis vote for Netanyahu and the Likud? (Hint: there are lots of good reasons.) Who the Hell Would Vote for Lieberman?!? Why will hundreds of thousands of Israelis vote for the squat, severe, plain-spoken Moldovan-born Avigdor Lieberman? Is Stav Shaffir Right? Is Israel's Left an Ally of America's Left? For our most extremely generous Patreon supporters, we discuss an odd essay in the Forward by the woman destined to lead Israel’s Left, Stav Shaffir, about why BDS sorts are anti-progressive, and how Israel’s left is a crucial ally of America’s left. What, exactly, is she trying to say and do? Plus, the sui-generis music of “Let’s Mars”! Music Let’s Mars, from their new, debut record, Always 15 Minutes Late Carajito (with Subliminal) History Fast (with Shaanan Street)

The Top Entrepreneurs in Money, Marketing, Business and Life
1465 She Helps Teams Plan Social Media Content, $3.5k in MRR

The Top Entrepreneurs in Money, Marketing, Business and Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2019 16:11


Born in a family of hustlers, Xenia never had the chance to escape the fate of being an entrepreneur. So at only 20 y.o. she started her first company, a digital marketing agency. She was shocked that in a world transformed by social media technology, brands and agencies were still working like in the MadMen era - buried in meetings, excels, powerpoints and endless email threads. In 2016 she and her co-founders started Planable to help people behind brands work together in a better way. Today, more than 3,000 teams globally use Planable for marketing collaboration.Xenia was born in Moldova, an Eastern European country and former Soviet republic, where tech entrepreneurship is rather new. So she overcame her country’s limitation and communist history with hard work becoming the first Moldovan to be invited to attend Tim Draper’s prestigious academy in Silicon Valley. Planable is the first and only Moldovan team to be accelerated and receive an investment from Techstars. Now, the product is being used by brands such as KFC, Virgin Mobile, Wendy’s and the company has offices both in London and in Eastern Europe.

World News with BK
Podcast#153: Iran gulf tensions, Former Pakistan prez arrested, Florida man has sex with pool toys

World News with BK

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2019 151:56


It was a tough go this week... first the NY times screws me with their primitive billing system, and then I have a catastrophic iPad failure in the middle of the podcast. Nevertheless I pressed on: Tensions with Iran increase over oil tanker incident, Saudi airport bombed, Moldovan government instability, Sudan crisis rolls on, David Ortiz shot, and a Florida guy admits stealing pool floaty toys so he can have sex with them. Music: Dropkick Murphys/"The Warrior's code"