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Newshour
Elections in Lebanon: Will things change?

Newshour

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 49:46


This is Lebanon's first set of elections since a massive currency crisis in 2019 and a devastating fertiliser warehouse explosion at the Port of Beirut that killed at least 215 people in August 2020. Also on the programme: Yet another targeted mass shooting of black people in the United States, we hear from Buffalo in New York; and winning the Eurovision song contest - what does it mean for Ukraine? (Photo: A Lebanese voter casts her ballot paper during parliamentary elections at a polling station in Beirut, Lebanon Credit: EPA/WAEL HAMZEH)

Bourbon Barrel Talk
BBT - Derby Cocktails, Old Forester SiB and Starlight SiB Review

Bourbon Barrel Talk

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 29:05


Dan Augustinho and Scott discuss favorite cocktails, Dan's days as a bartender, Derby cocktails and reviewed two Single Barrel bourbons. Old Forester Steak and Bourbon SiB and Liquid Assets Starlight Bourbon Finished in a Port barrel.

Naval na šport
Naval na šport ob 09:15

Naval na šport

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 11:56


V prepletu športnih vrhuncev tega konca tedna ponudimo odzive po predzadnji tekmi sezone mariborskih nogometašev, se posvetimo finalnemu turnirju slovenskega rokometnega pokala in napovemo novo dirko svetovnega prvenstva v motokrosu.

Oddity Poddity
Voodoo and the Afterlife: The 7 Gates of Guinee

Oddity Poddity

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 36:44


Y'all know we're all obsessed with what happens after we die, no matter what your faith. Followers of New Orleans Voodoo are in for a special treat, because when they die, they must pass through the 7 Gates of Guinee. There's a guard at each gate, and you better make them happy if you want to get through all 7 and onward to heaven! In this episode we discuss the personalities of each these guards and what loot you need to bring with you to get the job done, as well as some history around the Voodoo religion and how you might find the 7 gates.Sources:New Orleans Voodoo: A Cultural History, by Rory O'Neill Schmitt, PhD and Rosary Hartel O'Neill, PhDRiding with Death: Vodou Art and Urban Ecology in the Streets of Port-au-Prince, by Jana Evans BrazielHaiti: Possessed by Voodoo, by Sharon Guynup for National Geographic, July 6, 2004https://www.nationalgeographic.com/culture/article/haiti-ancient-traditions-voodoo#:~:text=Ancient%20Traditions&text=Some%20anthropologists%20estimate%20that%20voodoo's,million%20people%20practice%20voodoo%20worldwide.https://www.atlasobscura.com/places/the-gates-of-guinee-new-orleans-louisianahttps://en-academic.com/dic.nsf/enwiki/54119www.occult-world.comhttps://www.npr.org/2010/01/20/122770590/voodoo-brings-solace-to-grieving-haitianshttps://www.frenchquarter.com/true-history-faith-behind-voodoo/#:~:text=Voodoo%20came%20to%20New%20Orleans,to%20as%20New%20Orleans%20Voodoo.

Naval na šport
Naval na šport ob 17:45

Naval na šport

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 12:04


V sobotnem Navalu na šport se preselimo na sklepni turnir slovenskega rokometnega pokala in pospremimo slavje Goričanov ob povratku v prvo slovensko nogometno ligo.

Géopolitique, le débat
Les mafias dans la mondialisation

Géopolitique, le débat

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 50:00


Le phénomène des mafias ne cesse de se renforcer avec la mondialisation. S'appuyant d'abord sur le contrôle d'un territoire, puis sur une extension tentaculaire à l'échelle de la planète, les mafias s'affranchissent des frontières réelles ou symboliques, entre légal et illégal, exploitent la mondialisation des trafics et la fragmentation des espaces politiques et accroissent leur rayonnement à l'échelle internationale, dans lequel les diasporas jouent un rôle certain. Portées par leurs activités criminelles, dont la principale reste le commerce des drogues, les organisations mafieuses investissent chaque année davantage le champ des activités légales. Et les États entretiennent tout autant le phénomène qu'ils le combattent. Elles représentent un défi unique pour les États Nations à travers le monde. Enjeu des années à venir : lutter contre leur expansion territoriale, l'histoire ayant montré qu'aucun pays n'a su extirper la mafia une fois celle-ci implantée sur son territoire.     Invitée :  Clotilde de Champeyrache, économiste, spécialiste de l'économie criminelle.  « Géopolitique des mafias », éditions le Cavalier Bleu. 

Naval na šport
Naval na šport ob 09:15

Naval na šport

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 9:56


V dopoldanskih športnih minutah se posvetimo sklepnemu turnirju slovenskega rokometnega pokala in atletski diamantni ligi v Dohi.

Naval na šport
Naval na šport ob 17:45

Naval na šport

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 11:25


V popoldanskem navalu na šport ponudimo utrinke z namizniteniškega turnirja športnikov in invalidov v Laškem, ki bo največji v letošnji sezoni. Ponudimo tudi uvod v hokejsko svetovno prvenstvo elite na Finskem.

Ça s'explique
Le projet d'Hydro-Québec en Nouvelle-Angleterre porté devant la cour

Ça s'explique

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 19:23


Le projet d'exportation d'électricité d'Hydro-Québec au Massachusetts est contesté au Maine, où des lignes électriques doivent passer. Mathieu Dion explique quelles menaces planent sur le plus grand contrat d'exportation jamais décroché par la société d'État québécoise.

Naval na šport
Naval na šport ob 09:15

Naval na šport

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 7:41


V dopoldanskih športnih minutah prepletemo pomemben večer onstran Atlanika, kjer sta bila na delu oba preostala slovenska zvezdnika v končnicah profesionalnih lig, Luka Dončič in Anže Kopitar. Ponudimo tudi odzive po prvi polfinalni tekmi jadranske košarkarske lige med Crveno Zvezdo in Olimpijo.

America's Truckin' Network
America's Truckin' Network -- 5/13/22

America's Truckin' Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 43:27


Port and shipping issues in China, Oil Pipelines, and much more! Kevin Gordon has it all to wrap up another week on America's Truckin' Network.

RNZ: Morning Report
Large ships' anchors damaging port seabeds - researcher

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 3:11


New research shows the anchors of large ships are damaging the seabed at busy ports, which could threaten some marine species. Researchers from NIWA, Auckland University and Auckland University of Technology have used sonars and ship-tracking data to document the effects of anchoring outside Picton. They say it's revealed an extensive and persistent impact. NIWA marine geophysicist Dr Sally Watson spoke to Corin Dann.

Les actus du jour - Hugo Décrypte
Des Ukrainiens déportés en Russie, Zemmour candidat, lunettes du futur... Actus du jour

Les actus du jour - Hugo Décrypte

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 8:56


Chaque jour, en moins de 10 minutes, un résumé de l'actualité du jour. Rapide, facile, accessible.

Open jazz
Gilad Hekselman, six cordes portées sur des étoiles lointaines

Open jazz

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 54:19


durée : 00:54:19 - Gilad Hekselman - par : Alex Dutilh - Le guitariste Gilad Hekselman, né en Israël et basé à New York, est connu pour un son unique, progressif et intemporel. Son nouvel album "Far Star" déborde d'inventivité et d'originalité : riche en couleurs, bourré de détails et audacieux dans la vision. - réalisé par : Fabien Fleurat

The Hydrogen Podcast
World's Largest Hydrogen Powered Mine Haul Truck Is On The Move In South Africa And The Rotterdam Port Makes Waves With Big News.

The Hydrogen Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 10:27


Welcome to The Hydrogen Podcast!In episode 114, The Port of Rotterdam estimates a hydrogen supply hike. And Anglo American announces an amazing new technology. All of this on today's hydrogen podcast.Thank you for listening and I hope you enjoy the podcast. Please feel free to email me at info@thehydrogenpodcast.com with any questions. Also, if you wouldn't mind subscribing to my podcast using your preferred platform... I would greatly appreciate it. Respectfully,Paul RoddenVISIT THE HYDROGEN PODCAST WEBSITEhttps://thehydrogenpodcast.comCHECK OUT OUR BLOGhttps://thehydrogenpodcast.com/blog/WANT TO SPONSOR THE PODCAST? Send us an email to: info@thehydrogenpodcast.comNEW TO HYDROGEN AND NEED A QUICK INTRODUCTION?Start Here: The 6 Main Colors of Hydrogen

Naval na šport
Naval na šport ob 09:15

Naval na šport

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 10:19


V dopoldanskih športnih minutah bomo ponudili odzive po finalu slovenskega nogometnega pokala in napovedali začetek polfinalne končnice jadranske košarkarske lige.

Aptitude Outdoors Podcast
Ep 65: Rob Krain of Black Swamp Conservancy

Aptitude Outdoors Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 50:05


Rob Krain of Black Swamp Conservancy details what a land trust is, how Black Swamp Conservancy conserves and preserves land and also talks about his Fort to Port adventure and the greatest places to explore in NW Ohio.  If You Enjoyed this Episode Buy me a coffee: www.buymeacoffee.com/Aptitudeoutdoor Learn More: www.blackswamp.org  More Aptitude Outdoors here: https://bit.ly/2YLp82N Get 10% off Absolute Aid Products: https://bit.ly/3px2Jnt Discount Code: APTITUDE10

Two In The Think Tank
333 - "LAKSA QUEEN"

Two In The Think Tank

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 38:42


Port and the Manteaus, Hot Polka Torture, Musical Ecosystem, Charlton Heston Blumenthal, Frankenmanteau, Heritage Bowie, Laksa Queen, Royal WettiquetteCheck out Andy's book with Peader Thomas - Gustav and Henri Volume 1Listen and subscribe to THE POP TEST on Radio National or as a PodcastYou can support the pod by chipping in to our patreon here (thank you!)Join the other TITTT scholars on the TITTT discord server hereGet Magma here: https://sospresents.com/programs/magmaHey, why not listen to Al's meditation/comedy podcast ShusherDon't forget TITTT Merch is now available on Red Bubble. Head over here and grab yourselves some material objectsYou can find us on twitter at @twointankAndy Matthews: @stupidoldandyAlasdair Tremblay-Birchall: @alasdairtb and instaAnd you can find us on the Facebook right hereComplete and unabridged thanks to George for producing this episode See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Think Out Loud
Port workers and employers negotiate contracts as supply chain faces challenges

Think Out Loud

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 13:12


This week the International Longshore and Warehouse Union and the Pacific Maritime Association started negotiations on a new contract that would affect dockworkers up and down the West Coast. As the supply chain already faces major disruptions, some - including farmers in the Pacific Northwest - are concerned about a labor impasse that could create further challenges. We hear more from Peter Goodman, a global economic correspondent for The New York Times and author of "Davos Man: How the Billionaires Devoured the World."

Thoughts on the Market
Special Encore: Transportation - Untangling the Supply Chain

Thoughts on the Market

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 9:47


Original Release on April 26th, 2022: Global supply chains have been under stress from the pandemic, geopolitical tensions, and inflation, and the outlook for transportation in 2022 is a mixed bag so far. Chief U.S. Economist Ellen Zentner and Equity Analyst for North American Transportation Ravi Shanker discuss.-----Transcript-----Ellen Zentner: Welcome to Thoughts on the Market. I'm Ellen Zentner, Chief U.S. Economist for Morgan Stanley Research, Ravi Shanker: and I'm Ravi Shanker, Equity Analyst covering the North American Transportation Industry for Morgan Stanley Research. Ellen Zentner: And today on the podcast, we'll be talking about transportation, specifically the challenges facing freight in light of still tangled supply chains and geopolitics. It's Tuesday, April 26, at 9:00 a.m. in New York. Ellen Zentner: So, Ravi, it's really good to have you back on the show. Back in October of last year we had a great discussion about clogged supply chains and the cascading problems stemming from that. And I hoped that we would have a completely different conversation today, but let's try to pick up where we left off. Could we maybe start today by you giving us an update on where we are in terms of shipping - ocean, ground and air? Ravi Shanker: So yes, things have materially changed since the last time we spoke, some for the better and some for the worse. The good news is that a lot of the congestion that we saw back then, whether it was ocean or air, a lot of that has eased or abated. We used to have, at a peak, about 110 ships off the Port of L.A. Long Beach, that's now down to about 30 to 40. The other thing that has changed is we just went from new peak to new all time peak on every freight transportation data point that we were tracking over the last two years. Now all of those rates are collapsing at a pace that we have not seen, probably ever. It's still unclear whether this legitimately marks the end of the freight transportation cycle or if it's just an air pocket that's related to the Russia Ukraine conflict or China lockdowns or something else. But yes, the freight transportation worlds in a very different place today, compared to the last time I was on in October. Ellen, I know you wanted to dig a little more deeply into the current challenges facing the shipping and overall transportation industry. But before we get to that, can you maybe help us catch up on how the complicated tangle created by supply chain disruptions has affected some of the key economic metrics that you've been watching over the last six months? That is between the time we last spoke in October and now. Ellen Zentner: Sure. So, we created this global supply chain index to try to gauge globally just how clogged supply chains are. And we did that because, what we've uncovered is that it's a good leading indicator for inflation in the U.S. and on the back of creating that index, we could see that the fourth quarter of last year was really the peak tightness in global supply chains, and it has about a six month lead to CPI. Since then, we started to see some areas of goods prices come down. But unfortunately, that supply chain index stalled in February largely on the back of Russia, Ukraine and on the back of China's zero COVID policy, starting to disrupt supply chains again. So the improvement has stalled. There are some encouraging parts of inflation coming down, but it's not yet broad based enough, and we're certainly watching these geopolitical risks closely. So, Ravi, I want to come back to freight here because you talked about how it's been underperforming for a couple of months now and forward expectations have consistently declined as well. You pointed to it as possibly being just an air pocket, but you're pointing, you're watching closely a number of things and anticipate some turbulence in the second half of the year. Can you walk us through all of that? Ravi Shanker: What I can tell you is that it's probably a little too soon to definitively tell if this is just an air pocket or if the cycles over. Again, we are not surprised, and we would not be surprised if the cycle is indeed over because in December of last year, we downgraded the freight transportation sector to cautious because we did start to see some of those data points you just cited with some of the other analysts. So we were expecting the cycle to end in the middle of 22 to begin with, but to see the pace and the slope of the decline and a lot of these data points in the month of March, and how that coincides with the Russia-Ukraine conflict and that the lockdowns in China, I think, is a little too much of a coincidence. So we think it could well be a situation where this is an air pocket and there's like one or two innings left in the cycle. But either way, we do think that the cycle does end in the back half of the year and then we'll see what happens beyond that. Ellen Zentner: OK, so you're less inclined to say that you see it spilling over into 2023 or 2024? Ravi Shanker: I would think so. Like if this is just a normal freight transportation cycle that typically lasts about 9 to 12 months. The interesting thing is that we have seen 9 to 12 months of decline in the last 4 weeks. So there are some investors in my space who think that the downturn is over and we're actually going to start improving from here. I think that's way too optimistic. But if we do see this continuing into 2023 and 2024 I think there's probably a broader macro consumer problem in the U.S. and it's not just a freight transportation inventory destocking type situation. Ellen Zentner: So Ravi, I was hoping that you'd give me a more definitive answer that transportation costs have peaked and will be coming down because of course, it's adding to the broad inflationary pressures that we have in the economy. Companies have been passing on those higher input costs and we've been very focused on the low end consumer here, who have been disproportionately burdened by higher food, by higher energy, by all of these pass through inflation that we're seeing from these higher input costs. Ravi Shanker: I do think that rates in the back half of the year are going to be lower than in the first half of the year and lower than 2021. Now it may not go down in a straight line from here, and there may be another little bit of a peak before it goes down again. But if we are right and there is a freight transportation downturn in the back of the year, rates will be lower. But, and this is a very important but, this is not being driven by supply. It's being driven by demand and its demand that is coming down, right. So if rates are lower in the back half of the year and going into 23, that means at best you are seeing inventory destocking and at worst, a broad consumer recession. So relief on inflation by itself may not be an incredible tailwind, if you are seeing demand destruction that's actually driving that inflation relief. Ellen Zentner: That's a fair point. Another topic I wanted to bring up is the fact that while freight transportation continues to face significant headwinds, airlines seem to be returning to normal levels, with domestic and international travel picking up post-pandemic. Can you talk about this pretty stark disparity? Ravi Shanker: Ellen it's absolutely a stark disparity. It's basically a reversal of the trends that you've seen over the last 2 years where freight transportation, I guess inadvertently, became one of the biggest winners during the pandemic with all the restocking we were seeing and the shift of consumer spend away from services into goods. Now we are seeing the reversion of that. So look, honestly, we were a little bit concerned a month ago with, you know, jet fuel going up as much as it did and with potential concerns around the consumer. But the message we've got from the airlines and what we are seeing very clearly in the data, what they're seeing in the numbers is that demand is unprecedented. Their ability to price for it is unprecedented. And because there are unprecedented constraints in their ability to grow capacity in the form of pilot shortages, obviously very high jet fuel prices and other constraints, I guess there's going to be more of an imbalance between demand and supply for the foreseeable future. As long as the U.S. consumer holds up, we think there's a lot more to come here. So Ellen, let me turn back to you and ask you with freight still facing such big challenges and pressure on both sides on the supply chain. What does that bode for the economy in terms of inflation and GDP growth for the rest of this year and going into next year? Ellen Zentner: So I think because, as I said, you know, our global supply chain index has stalled since February. I think that does mean that even though we've raised our inflation forecasts higher, we can still see upside risk to those inflation forecasts. The Fed is watching that as well because they are singularly focused on inflation. GDP is quite healthy. We have a net neutral trade balance on energy. So it actually limits the impact on GDP, but has a much greater uplift on inflation. So you're going to have the Fed feeling very confident here to raise rates more aggressively. I think there's strong consensus on the committee that they want to frontload rate hikes because they do need to slow demands to slow the economy. They do almost need that demand destruction that you were talking about. That's actually something the Fed would like to achieve in order to take pressure off of inflation in the U.S.. But we think that the economy is strong enough, and especially the labor market is strong enough, to withstand this kind of policy tightening. It takes actually 4 to 6 quarters for the Fed to create enough slack in the economy to start to bring inflation down more meaningfully. But we're still looking for it to come in, for core inflation, around 2.5% by the fourth quarter of next year. So, Ravi, thanks so much for taking the time to talk. There's much more to cover, and I definitely look forward to having you back on the show in the future. Ravi Shanker: Great speaking with you Ellen. Thanks so much for having me and I would love to be back. Thanks for listening. If you're interested in learning more about the supply chain, check out the newest season of Morgan Stanley's podcast, Now, What's Next? If you enjoyed this show, please share Thoughts on the Market with a friend or colleague, or leave us a review on Apple Podcasts. It helps more people find the show.

Radio Foot Internationale
Erling Haaland quitte Dortmund pour Manchester City

Radio Foot Internationale

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 48:30


Au sommaire de Radio Foot ce mercredi : - Un prodige dans les filets de City ! Après l'Autriche et l'Allemagne, Erling Haaland jouera chez les «Sky Blues» la saison prochaine. Guardiola va devoir intégrer l'attaquant de pointe dans son système. Un choix sportif dans le club où son père a évolué ? En 88 rencontres avec le BVB, le gaucher de 21 ans a inscrit 85 buts et effectué 23 passes décisives. Son arrivée va-t-elle améliorer l'efficacité mancunienne ? Quelles conséquences sur l'effectif de «City» ? • Angleterre toujours : fin de l'ère Abramovitch, les «Blues» passent sous pavillon américain. Le consortium de Todd Boehly va racheter Chelsea pour une somme record de près de 5 milliards d'euros. Le rachat du club champion d'Europe va porter à 10 le nombre de clubs de Premier League détenus majoritairement ou partiellement par des Américains. Un 1er investissement dans le monde du foot pour le milliardaire qui avait déjà essayé de racheter les «Spurs» en 2019. • Tottenham/Arsenal, derby crucial ! 4 points séparent les 2 formations, le 11 de Conte doit s'imposer lors de ce match en retard de la 22è journée, pour conserver une chance de finir dans le top 4. Deux clubs remis dans le sens de la marche par leurs entraîneurs.   • Liga : Le Barça termine fort ! Après avoir battu le Celta Vigo, les Catalans confortent leur 2è place. Portés par un doublé d'Aubameyang, et un Ousmane Dembélé qui porte son total à 13 passes décisives. Pas mal pour des Catalans mal embarqués en championnat, il y a quelques mois !

Radio foot internationale
Erling Haaland quitte Dortmund pour Manchester City

Radio foot internationale

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 48:30


Au sommaire de Radio Foot ce mercredi : - Un prodige dans les filets de City ! Après l'Autriche et l'Allemagne, Erling Haaland jouera chez les «Sky Blues» la saison prochaine. Guardiola va devoir intégrer l'attaquant de pointe dans son système. Un choix sportif dans le club où son père a évolué ? En 88 rencontres avec le BVB, le gaucher de 21 ans a inscrit 85 buts et effectué 23 passes décisives. Son arrivée va-t-elle améliorer l'efficacité mancunienne ? Quelles conséquences sur l'effectif de «City» ? • Angleterre toujours : fin de l'ère Abramovitch, les «Blues» passent sous pavillon américain. Le consortium de Todd Boehly va racheter Chelsea pour une somme record de près de 5 milliards d'euros. Le rachat du club champion d'Europe va porter à 10 le nombre de clubs de Premier League détenus majoritairement ou partiellement par des Américains. Un 1er investissement dans le monde du foot pour le milliardaire qui avait déjà essayé de racheter les «Spurs» en 2019. • Tottenham/Arsenal, derby crucial ! 4 points séparent les 2 formations, le 11 de Conte doit s'imposer lors de ce match en retard de la 22è journée, pour conserver une chance de finir dans le top 4. Deux clubs remis dans le sens de la marche par leurs entraîneurs.   • Liga : Le Barça termine fort ! Après avoir battu le Celta Vigo, les Catalans confortent leur 2è place. Portés par un doublé d'Aubameyang, et un Ousmane Dembélé qui porte son total à 13 passes décisives. Pas mal pour des Catalans mal embarqués en championnat, il y a quelques mois !

Le journal de 18h00
Covid : le gouvernement annonce la fin du port du masque obligatoire dans les transports

Le journal de 18h00

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 19:22


durée : 00:19:22 - Journal de 18h - Les masques pourront tomber dans les transports en commun à partir de lundi prochain. Le gouvernement lève l'une des dernières restrictions sanitaires majeures alors que la situation s'améliore sur le front du Covid en France.

Décryptage
Haïti: une violence hors de contrôle?

Décryptage

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 19:30


Au moins 148 personnes ont été tuées entre fin avril et début mai dans le nord de Port au Prince à Haïti. C'est le bilan annoncé mardi 10 mai par le Réseau national de défense des droits humains, qui a mené l'enquête dans les quartiers ravagés par la guerre des gangs. Le RNDDH dénonce un massacre d'une cruauté inouïe. Au moins 9000 personnes ont dû fuir leur domicile. Les bandes armées sévissent depuis des années dans les quartiers pauvres de la capitale haïtienne, mais leur emprise ne cesse de s'étendre, et face à cette violence le gouvernement se mure dans le silence. Pourquoi la capitale haïtienne s'enfonce-t-elle dans le chaos ? Qui sont ces bandes armées et que veulent elles ? Que peuvent faire les autorités ? La communauté internationale ?  Avec :  - Jean-Marie Théodat, maître de conférences en géographie à l'Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, auteur de Haïti, République dominicaine. Une île pour deux (éditions Karthala) - Frédéric Thomas, docteur en Science politique, chargé d'étude au Centre tricontinental (Cetri), centre de recherche sur les rapports Nord-Sud, basé à Louvain-la-Neuve, en Belgique, et auteur de L'échec humanitaire : le cas haïtien (Éditions Couleur livres).   Une émission présentée par Anne Corpet, préparée par Sigrid Azeroual, réalisée par Claude Battista. 

MIGS FRONT PAGE - The Official JMIG Podcast
MFP#22- Does Size Matter? Opioid use after laparoscopy for apical pelvic organ prolapse using an 8mm vs. 10-12mm accessory port

MIGS FRONT PAGE - The Official JMIG Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 20:31


You heard it here first! Listen up for a well designed prospective cohort study analyzing what happens when smaller trochars are used during prolapse repair in women who are part of a surgical registry. Dr. Allison Edwards, a urogynecology fellow from the University of Calgary shares her interesting findings comparing trochar size, finding decreased opioid use after surgery for the smaller caliber trochar.  

Cruise Radio News
Cruise News Today — May 11, 2022

Cruise Radio News

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 2:21


Cruise News Today — May 11, 2022. Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings has released its 2022 Q1 financial results. Celebrity Cruises has announced the godmother of its new ship Celebrity Beyond. After a rebranding renovation, Margaritaville at Sea Paradise is headed back to the Port of Palm Beach. Cruise line stocks were mixed for CCL, RCL, and NCLH. 

Cape Breton's Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)
Port Hawkesbury town council report with Adam Cooke

Cape Breton's Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 7:00


Adam Cooke is Information Morning's municipal affairs correspondent in the Strait.

AP Audio Stories
Russia pummels vital port of Odesa, targeting supply lines

AP Audio Stories

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 0:43


Self intro for Russia Ukraine War

RNZ: Morning Report
Ukrainian port hit by Russian missle strikes

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 6:24


The Ukrainian port of Odesa has been hit by several missile strikes from Russia. One person was killed and five injured when a shopping mall and a depot were hit. The crucial port hit is Ukraine's largest to the Black Sea, used for exports corn, grain and wheat. President Volodymr Zelensky has warned Russia's blockade of the Black Sea threatens global food supplies. New Zealand reporter Tom Mutch is in Dnipro, a city south of Kyiv.

North RePort
A little about North Port Social Services with Manager Janet Carillo

North RePort

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 12:13


In this episode of the North RePort podcasts we focuse on the City's Social Services Division. Get to know Janet Carrillo, Social Services Manager, and learn about the many services provided to North Port residents by her team in the Family Service Center located at 6919 Outreach Way. Have you heard about their Drop-In Office? Area non-profits can sign up for free to utilize office space to meet with clients or host consultations in this south county satellite office.

Podcasty Aktuality.sk
ŠPORT: Čakali, kto spadne zo strechy autobusu. Po piatich sekundách sa tréner Trnavy spamätal

Podcasty Aktuality.sk

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 19:28


Futbalová Trnava zažíva ošiaľ. V tejto ligovej sezóne nestrelili Slovanu ani gól, no na pohárové finále sa pripravili perfektne. Spartak totiž získal Slovenský pohár a to po triumfe 2:1 po predĺžení vo finále na ihrisku rivala ŠK Slovan Bratislava. Tomuto stretnutiu sa budeme viac venovať v našom dnešnom podcaste.

Triple M Rocks Footy AFL
THE BUMP SA: Horne-Francis puts contract talks on hold | Jars strong message to Nicksy & Crows midfield | Biggest coaches sprays |

Triple M Rocks Footy AFL

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 26:50


00.00 - OPENER 03.50 - Ditts still isn't convinced by Port… 06.15 - Jars says Port should hold off bringing Dixon back… 07.35 - Port Assistant Chad Cornes still whacked Aliir & Clurey's performances in a win, thoughts? 08.40 - How far are coaches allowed to take their sprays in the modern AFL? 09.35 - Biggest Sprays we've copped! 11.00 - Jars Mad Monday ‘Milk' Story 12.25 - Bern & Jars whack Crows midfield 13.15 - Jars strong message to Nicksy on the Mids & Strachan 15.45 - Bernie questions Crows recruiting strategy 18.30 - Jars new role for Ben Keays 19.30 - When will we see James Rowe again? 22.30 - What we want to see from the Crows this weekend 23.15 - The tins are coming back to the Adelaide Oval! 24.30 - SA No.1 draft pick puts of contract extension talks with north Melbourne! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

CBC Newfoundland Morning
People in the Port au Choix area don't have far to go for physiotherapy and more. We'll find out about what's being offered, and what's planned, at GNP Community Place

CBC Newfoundland Morning

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 9:18


These days, we're hearing all the time about a loss of health care services in rural areas, but we have a good news story for you today. A community-based not-for-profit called the Great Northern Peninsula Community Place Corporation has just opened a facility in Port au Choix to offer a variety of health and wellness services and activities. Joan Cranston is with the GNP Community Place.

Cryptids Of The Corn
Kelly's Island Special: Ohio's Port to The Paranormal S.1 Ep.34

Cryptids Of The Corn

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 50:00


This week we take a boat ride up to the biggest inland island in the U.S. Kelly's Island, we talk about the stone quarry and the tunnel they tried to build to the main land and the tragic deaths of the work and the ghost left by this horrible event. We look at lake monster sightings on the island, near by UFOs, native America rock works and a NASA base all on the island area! So please join us on this jet express ride to Ohios paranormal port! If you have a story or would like to be featured on the show follow us on Facebook, twitter, Patreon, Instagram and Tik Tok at Cryptids of the Corn or email us at hardinbigfoot@gmail.com. Stay Magical.

Euradio
"D'un coup, tout le monde a découvert le RC Lens en Europe" - Stéphane Bigeard, auteur.

Euradio

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 32:04


Dans son dernier ouvrage "De l'ombre à la lumière du Nord", Stéphane Bigeard raconte dans les moindres détails la saison 1997-1998 exceptionnelle vécue par le RC Lens et ses supporters. Portée par des joueurs à la fois locaux mais aussi d'Europe de l'Est, c'est dans l'indifférence la plus totale que les Sang et Or se hissent au sommet du classement, puis à la surprise générale, décrochent leur premier titre de champion de France. Qui dit statut de champion dit compétition Européenne. La saison suivant (1998-1999) marque alors un tournant au sein du club. Par la suite, c'est toute une région qui se prend de passion pour le football lensois, poussant ses joueurs à l'exploit jusque dans le berceau du football : le stade Wembley de Londres, le 25 novembre 1998.

Fitter Radio
Fitter Radio Episode 419 - IRONMAN World Champs St George

Fitter Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 149:58


REEF TO REEF FREE RACE ENTRY COMPETITION: (00:03:49) For all our coffee club members. Reef to Reef is an MTB stage race taking place over four days from 18-21 August 2022 in the heart of Tropical North Queensland. Starting on the reef fringed Coral Sea coast it quickly heads inland across a network of trails through tablelands, hinterland, farm lands, MTB parks and tropical rainforest before finishing back at the coast four days and 190 km's later. Each day's stage has its own unique terrain and character to keep things interesting with a mix of fast flowing single trail, farm track, groomed downhill trails and fire trails – many through private land that can only be ridden while racing the Reef to Reef. There's nothing too technical but enough to get your attention, including 2525m of vertical climbing. Achievable for anyone with a reasonable level of fitness and MTB skills. Reef to Reef is a sister event to Port to Port in N.S.W. and Cape to Cape in W.A., making up the Triple Crown of Australian multi-stage MTB racing. HOT PROPERTY INTERVIEW: MICHAEL ROSENBLAT (00:13:10) Michael Rosenblat is a Doctor of Philosophy in Exercise Science, University of Toronto. His doctoral studies focused on programming interval training to optimize endurance sport performance. He is also a certified triathlon coach and has prepared athletes for national and international level competition by developing and implementing individualized endurance training programs. We bring Michael back to the show to talk about his recent work in interval training studies to “Determine the influence that individual characteristics and training variables have on time-trial (TT) performance”. COACHES CATCH UP: (00:58:49) Bevan and Tim catch up on the racing at the IRONMAN World Champs plus we bring you audio from the pro post-race press conferences and interviews. LINKS: More about MitoQ at https://www.mitoq.com/ Floe Bottle discount at https://www.fitter.co.nz/about-radio Training Peaks discount at https://www.fitter.co.nz/about-radio INFINIT Nutrition discount at https://www.fitter.co.nz/about-radio More about Infinit Nutrition Australia at https://www.infinitnutrition.com.au/ More about Dr Michael Rosenblat at https://www.evidencebasedcoaching.ca/about.html Link to study at https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s40279-021-01457-2 IRONMAN World Champs St George at https://www.ironman.com/ More about the Reef to Reef at https://reeftoreefmtb.com/ CONTACT US: Learn more about us at https://www.fitter.co.nz        Mikki Williden can be found at https://mikkiwilliden.com/

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

On the podcast today: ·       Volkswagen: Affordable Small EV To Be Made in Spain from 2025 ·       Volkswagen boosts electric car investment in Spain to 10 bln euros ·       VW increases EV investment plan in Spain to nearly $11 billion ·       UK: Electric Vehicle Market Share Reached 10.8% in April ·       Volta Trucks Confirms U.S. Market Entry 2023 ·       ABB and Eviny install world's fastest electric car charger in Norway ·       California grants $2.5 million to push Port of Long Beach Electric Vehicle project ·       Report: Tesla Might Acquire More Land Adjacent To Its Gigafactory In Germany ·       2022 Genesis GV60: pricing and specification revealed ·       Entire US Volvo lineup for 2023 is mild hybrid, plug-in hybrid, or EV ·       Bosch's eMobility order volume exceeds ten billion euros ·       GM CEO Mary Barra's plan for overtaking Tesla

The Scoot Show with Scoot
Eating gumbo in the port-a-pottie ay Jazz Fest

The Scoot Show with Scoot

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 1:43


it wouldn't be Jazz Fest without out Scoot odd story of a large man eating gumbo in the port-a-pottie at Jazz Fest one year. 

Dugout Study Hall
DSH 57 - Data and Modeling w Daniel Port

Dugout Study Hall

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 71:08


Dugout Study Hall - Expert layman Matt Goodwin (@TheCorkedMatt) and Pitcher List's own Daniel Port (@DanielJPort) talk about some news and notes, pitch location metrics, and data modeling. Help us out with a FIVE STAR RATING and a REVIEW wherever you listen and ENJOY! Daniel's PitchCon 2022 Presentation Go to birddogs.com and use promo code PITCHERLIST for a free Birddogs hat with your pair of Birddogs. Subscribe: Apple | Spotify | Google | Stitcher | Amazon | TuneIn | Radio.com | Deezer Join PL+ and support the podcast, get an Ad-Free Website, and access to our Discord community! Timestamps: Meet Daniel Port! (01:21) Off the Books: News and Notes (06:29) MadBum big mad over sticky stuff check Kelsie Whitmore makes history  Aaron Judge: good guy Wainwright/Yadi make battery history Daniel's OLR + Other Pitch Location Metrics (24:55) Other Metrics and Data Modeling (51:15) Players mentioned: Merrill Kelly, Nestor Cortes Jr. Stats mentioned: ERA, AVG, OBP, wOBA, xBA, WAR,  Correlation/Causation, Linear Models, Predictive/Baysian models Note: Episode recorded on 05/05/22

Pitcher List Fantasy Baseball Podcast
DSH 57 - Data and Modeling w Daniel Port

Pitcher List Fantasy Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 71:08


Dugout Study Hall - Expert layman Matt Goodwin (@TheCorkedMatt) and Pitcher List's own Daniel Port (@DanielJPort) talk about some news and notes, pitch location metrics, and data modeling. Help us out with a FIVE STAR RATING and a REVIEW wherever you listen and ENJOY! Daniel's PitchCon 2022 Presentation Go to birddogs.com and use promo code PITCHERLIST for a free Birddogs hat with your pair of Birddogs. Subscribe: Apple | Spotify | Google | Stitcher | Amazon | TuneIn | Radio.com | Deezer Join PL+ and support the podcast, get an Ad-Free Website, and access to our Discord community! Timestamps: Meet Daniel Port! (01:21) Off the Books: News and Notes (06:29) MadBum big mad over sticky stuff check Kelsie Whitmore makes history  Aaron Judge: good guy Wainwright/Yadi make battery history Daniel's OLR + Other Pitch Location Metrics (24:55) Other Metrics and Data Modeling (51:15) Players mentioned: Merrill Kelly, Nestor Cortes Jr. Stats mentioned: ERA, AVG, OBP, wOBA, xBA, WAR,  Correlation/Causation, Linear Models, Predictive/Baysian models Note: Episode recorded on 05/05/22 Get PL+ and join our Discord: https://pitcherlist.com/plus

L'heure du monde
Le racisme systémique vécu à Thunder Bay, et l'exemple japonais du port du masque

L'heure du monde

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 59:15


Marc Godbout explique les allégations de racisme systémique vécu à Thunder Bay, au Canada; le Dr Olivier Jamoulle parle de la hausse des cas de troubles alimentaires chez les jeunes; et la journaliste Karyn Nishimura témoigne de l'exemple du Japon, où la population continue à porter le masque, même si le masque n'a jamais été obligatoire.

Breaking Through Our Silence
Healing From Emotional Abuse: Johnny Depp Vs. Amber Heard: Johnny Depp Law Suit

Breaking Through Our Silence

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 25:40


Johnny Depp vs. Amber Heard   The Johnny Depp vs. Amber Heard duel lawsuit drama has been the talk of the town lately. And rightfully so. First of all, these cases are never black and white. Everything is a he said/she said situation. And a lot of the evidence is going to be controversial because marriages and relationships are emotional. Over the course of a relationship, we do what we have to, to protect our partners. That's not unreasonable. However, when those same situations, texts, emails, etc. are called into question, they are easy to manipulate to make it look bad for one or both parties. Quick example, when I was working for the army, I had a coworker who was a colleague and friend. He ended up being crazy and stalking me. But over the course of our friendship, he would send me texts that were extremely inappropriate and I would laugh it off, or water-down my responses because I liked the friendship. In the moment, I was trying to avoid confrontation and not come off crazy or trigger-happy. But when I was trying to prove my case to the commander, later, my responses to his inappropriate passes were looked as encouraging the behavior. These situations are never clear, and that's the main problem with these hearings and lawsuits. We're digging up history out of context.   However, I will say, from all the videos and research I've done, I am team Johnny Depp. Johnny Depp grew up in an abusive household, where his mother was emotionally and verbally abusive. This is relevant because it normalizes abusive behavior in future relationships. It's natural to seek out partners who emulate or mirror the behavior you were exposed to as a child.   When Amber Heard's Op-Ed originally came out, Depp was taken off of 3 major projects, totaling a loss of $55million, with no prior reports or arrests. Now, I am in support of that. We should normalize companies and projects letting people go for being abusive to their partners. Especially people who have platforms. However, Heard, who had previous arrests due to domestic violence from previous relationships has not lost any work. In 2009, Amber Heard was arrested by the Port of Seattle Police after she and her ex-girlfriend Tasya got into an argument at the Seattle-Tacoma International airport. Heard was taken into custody and booked for misdemeanor domestic violence after she allegedly grabbed and struck Tasya. The actress' case was assigned to King County District Court in Seattle, a day after the incident. However, prosecutor declined to press charges against Heard. Meanwhile, Depp's exes, Winona Ryder and Vanessa Paradis both provided statements in Depp's defense. Ryder wrote: "The idea that he is an incredibly violent person is the farthest thing from the Johnny I knew and loved. I cannot wrap my head around these accusations." Meanwhile, Paradis wrote that Heard's accusations are "nothing like the true Johnny I have known, and from my personal experience of many years, I can say he was never violent or abusive to me." It was clear in her lawsuit against Depp that the videos and audio she provided were biased. There was one in particular that I saw that really upset me. The day after Depp's mother died, Heard began recording. She walked into the kitchen, put the phone down secretly in the corner of the room, and provoked an argument with him. He was probably drunk, and was looking for something franticly in the cabinets. He started slamming the cabinets out of frustration, having nothing to do with her. She then provoked him. She picked a fight and started pointing out on camera all the things he was doing, and instigated with him. He was leaving her alone until he saw the phone, at which point he took it and dropped it in the garbage can. She then proceeded to yell at him, start an argument and vein victimhood, even though he wasn't responding to her or even raising his voice. In January, phone recordings were released. In these recordings, Heard admitted to "hitting" Depp. Heard is heard saying: "I'm sorry that I didn't ... hit you across the face in a proper slap, but I was hitting you, it was not punching you. Babe, you're not punched. "I don't know what the motion of my actual hand was, but you're fine, I did not hurt you, I did not punch you, I was hitting you." Meanwhile, Depp said in the recording: "I left last night. Honestly, I swear to you because I just couldn't take the idea of more physicality, more physical abuse on each other. "Because had we continued it, it would have gotten f---ing bad. And baby, I told you this once. I'm scared to death we are a f---ing crime scene right now," Depp continued. Heard replied: "I can't promise you I won't get physical again. God, I f---ing sometimes get so mad I lose it." Heard planted fake evidence, including faking having to cover up injuries she said were sustained by Depp with makeup. The makeup company came out and said that pallet hadn't been sold for two years after she claimed to have used it. She also used nail polish on the blade of a knife, and claimed that it was her blood and Depp tried to kill her.   In August 2014, Depp claimed Heard withheld recovery medication during his time in recovery and branded it "one of the cruelest things" she had ever done. These manipulation tactics are very commonly used by female narcissists and abusers to make it look like they are the victim. Its all  about control   When she was interviewed by a mental health expert, who specializes in PTSD, she was interviewed regarding the triggers and symptoms. Of the 20 symptoms listed, Heard claimed to have 19 of them. In the most severe and debilitating PTSD diagnoses, survivors will only exhibit about 3 or 4 of these symptoms. She was caught exaggerating her symptoms. Then, the psychologist, using the same metrics, was able to diagnose Heard with both Borderline Personality Disorder and Histrionic Personality Disorder. borderline personality disorder causes 'instability' in relationships and emotions, with a driving factor being Heard's 'underlying terror of abandonment.' "When somebody is afraid of being abandoned by their partner or by anybody else in their environment, and they have this disorder, they'll make desperate attempts to prevent that from happening," Curry told the court. The expert added that borderline personality disorder was 'a predictive factor for women who implement violence against their partner.' On the stand Wednesday, Depp said that Heard was the real abuser in their relationship and the change in their relationship started with her making "little digs" and "demeaning name-calling."  Depp said he felt like he was "suddenly wrong" about everything, and suffered an "endless parade of insults."  The actor added that sometimes these arguments would escalate to violence, with Heard — who he said "has a need for violence" — shoving him or throwing a glass of wine in his face. When these arguments would start, Depp said he would try to extricate himself from the situation, sometimes locking himself in the bathroom just to get away from Heard.  Depp also said his relationship with Heard — as well as what he described as her frequent verbal attacks — often contributed to his use of alcohol and drugs.  "I was more inspired by Miss Heard to reach out for a numbing agent because of the constant clashes," he said. "I had to have something to distance me and distance my heart from those verbal attacks."  People who are not experts in this field have been coming out and reporting this as “mutual abuse, including Heard and Depp's marriage therapist. Ruth Glenn, President and CEO of the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence says, “Mental issues may be contributing as a risk factor, but when you're talking about abuse, then you talk to experts in that abuse. The absence of domestic violence experts at this trial denies the public an opportunity to better understand these important disctinction.”   I have a concern about the term mutual abuse people keep using to describe this relationship. My problem is, the definition of an abusive relationship is the imbalance of power and control between the two partners. For there to be “mutual abuse” there would be no imbalance. It is clear to me, as a person who has not had any in-person exposure to either of these people, that there is a distinct imbalance of power. All of the questionable altercations that Heard has alleged of Depp seemed to have been during a time while he was under the influence, and nobody can corroborate her story. Now, I'm not saying that this never happens. A lot of abuse happens while the abuser is under the influence. However, in this case, from the video and audio evidence, it seems to me that she would wait until he was drunk or high and provoke an argument, or instigate an altercation, whether it ended in one or not.   It is also my opinion that false reports of domestic violence and sexual assault, or really anything, are criminal. People who make false reports, about 2-8% of reports are false in any crime, including DV/SA, should be tried for obstruction of justice. All Amber Heard and other false reporters are doing is making reporting actual abuse more difficult for people who are actually suffering. It gives society reason to doubt the validity of another situation of abuse. And people will hang on to it and use it as a metric for other false reports. It does a huge disservice to survivors, and the community.   There's a post going around on social media that I'd really like to read. It made a lot of excellent, summary points.   So throughout the past week during the Depp/Heard trial we have learned: Women can verbally assault men in front of everyone and it's perfectly fine. A woman can relieve herself on a man's pillow and laugh with her friends about it and that's fine A woman can cut off a man's finger tip in a heated argument and no one bats an eye A woman can demand money in a civil setting and claim its for donation purposes and keep it and all is right with the world. A woman can gas light a man into believing horrible things about himself that are not true A woman can smirk and laugh during court proceedings while a man is forced to relive horrible experiences A woman can talk poorly about a man's kids A woman can put make up and finger nail polish on her and the law will pass it off as bruises and blood A man can be trauma bonded into submission A man can love hard and be fearful of failure and force himself to stay A man can battle addictions but like everyone else, cannot do it alone. A man can lose his career over allegations but a woman with the same keeps her job. A man is not allowed to defend himself in court without harassment A man is not allowed to have a fair trial because the judge backs the woman A man is judged because he worries how the accusations will affect his children, family, etc. A MAN CAN BE A VICTIM OF ABUSE AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE. I stand with Johnny Depp.   Depp  vs Heard, Johnny Depp Vs Amber Heard, Amber Heard Vs Johnny Depp, Amber Heard Vs Depp, Johnny Depp Vs Amber, Heard Vs Depp, Johnny Depp Vs Amber, Heard vs depp, johnny depp vs amber heard twitter, johnny depp vs amber heard wiki, johnny depp vs amber heard case, depp vs amber heard, depp vs heard 2021, amber vs depp, depp vs heard latest, amber heard vs johnny depp news, johnny depp vs amber heard 2021, amber heard lawsuit, johnny depp wins lawsuit, johnny depp law suit, johnny depp amber heard lawsuit, johnny depp suits, johnny depp defamation lawsuit, johnny depp defamation suit, johnny depp case against amber heard, johnny depp lawsuit amber heard, johnny depp lawsuit amber heard, johnny depp lawsuit against amber heard, depp heard lawsuit, johnny depp's lawsuit, johnny depp and amber heard law suit, amber heard and johnny depp law suit, johnny depp in suits, deep law suit, narcissist, narcissist meaning, narcissistic personality disorder, covert narcissist, narcissist definition, 

FreightCasts
Port of Cleveland rocks EP437 WHAT THE TRUCK?!?

FreightCasts

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 55:46


On today's episode Dooner and The Dude are finding out why the Port of Cleveland rocks. Here to tell us all about it is the port's president and CEO Will Freidman.A bloodbath for thee, but not for me? That's what Rachel Premack, Editorial Director at FreightWaves says. We'll find out what she means by that. Bobby Coffey-Loy, President & Founder of LGBTQ+ Truck Driver Network talks about driving diversity in trucking. George Abernathy, President at Emerge talks about benchmarking freight and conferences. He'll tell us all about what they have planned for The Future of Supply Chain in Arkansas next week.Back The Truck Up's Rooster and Justin Martin get us up-to-date on what's going on around the horn. We'll learn about the search for aa cargo thief; a Marine's heroic actions that saved a Swift driver; turning a Prius into a tow truck and more.Visit our sponsorSubscribe to the WTT newsletterApple PodcastsSpotifyMore FreightWaves Podcasts With more than 60 years of experience in logistics innovation, Dunavant is a family-owned business that has the knowledge to ensure global and domestic shipping practices are efficient and effective. Dunavant generates supply chain proficiency with outstanding, attentive, and expedient customer service. For more information, visit Dunavant.com.

What The Truck?!?
Port of Cleveland rocks

What The Truck?!?

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 55:31


On today's episode Dooner and The Dude are finding out why the Port of Cleveland rocks. Here to tell us all about it is the port's president and CEO Will Freidman.A bloodbath for thee, but not for me? That's what Rachel Premack, Editorial Director at FreightWaves says. We'll find out what she means by that. Bobby Coffey-Loy, President & Founder of LGBTQ+ Truck Driver Network talks about driving diversity in trucking. George Abernathy, President at Emerge talks about benchmarking freight and conferences. He'll tell us all about what they have planned for The Future of Supply Chain in Arkansas next week.Back The Truck Up's Rooster and Justin Martin get us up-to-date on what's going on around the horn. We'll learn about the search for aa cargo thief; a Marine's heroic actions that saved a Swift driver; turning a Prius into a tow truck and more.Visit our sponsorSubscribe to the WTT newsletterApple PodcastsSpotifyMore FreightWaves Podcasts

C'est en France
Covid-19 : les conséquences du port du masque sur nos interactions sociales

C'est en France

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 11:45


Ce petit carré de tissu ou de polypropylène s'est imposé dans nos vies depuis deux ans : le masque est devenu indispensable lorsque le gouvernement en a imposé le port dans les lieux clos, en juillet 2020. Il a provoqué de nombreuses polémiques, certains considérant son port obligatoire comme une atteinte aux libertés individuelles. Même s'il est aujourd'hui moins présent, il a changé notre façon d'être, en modifiant les formes d'interaction sociale. Que se passe-t-il quand le masque tombe ?

Appels sur l'actualité
Vos questions d'actualité: dialogue national au Tchad, Bai Lowe, Gangs

Appels sur l'actualité

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 19:30


Tous les jours, les journalistes et correspondants de RFI ainsi que des spécialistes répondent à vos questions sur l'actualité. Ce matin:  Tchad: pourquoi le dialogue national inclusif est-il de nouveau reporté? Par Aurélie Bazzara-Kibangula, correspondante de RFI à N'djamena. Allemagne: les crimes des années Jammeh jugés. Par Reed Brody, avocat spécialisé dans la défense des droits humains, membre de la Commission internationale de juristes. Haïti: la guerre des gangs à Port-au-Prince. Par Frédéric Thomas, docteur en Sciences politiques, chercheur au Cetri, spécialiste de Haïti.    * Par téléphone : de France : 09 693 693 70 de l'étranger : 33 9 693 693 70 * Par WhatsApp : +33 6 89 28 53 64 N'OUBLIEZ PAS DE NOUS COMMUNIQUER VOTRE NUMÉRO DE TÉLÉPHONE (avec l'indicatif pays). Pour nous suivre : * Facebook : Rfi appels sur l'actualité * Twitter : @AppelsActu

With All Due Respect....
With All Due Respect Episode 58

With All Due Respect....

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 31:35


Congressional candidate Nicholas Begich III is a poseur who is corrupting his family name. The Republican National Committee says that Alaska's Governor Mike Dunleavy has the worst economic record of any Republican governor in America. A new education bill is the best hope for early learning in two decades. Mayor Bronson has his hand forced on homeless solutions and he folds. A hot mic episode shows how classless Bronson's staff has become.A great book on the world's energy supply. It's time to fund the Port of Alaska

Taco the Town
Episode 163: PORT FONDA! ON LOCATION! (w/ Alena Lee, Bill Hurrelbrink, Nick Leckey, Becca Stout and Dave's MOM!)

Taco the Town

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 102:38


It's a big week on T3!! It's Cinco De Mayo Week and Mother's Day Week so Dave kicks off the episode by interviewing his MOM, the woman who started Dave on his Taco Journey! She even answers some TACO TOPICS questions! Then Dave and his guests, KCTV 5's ALENA LEE & BILL HURRELBRINK and Super Bowl Champ & NFL Vet NICK LECKEY, belly up to the bar at Westport's PORT FONDA and taste test the tasty tacos and salsas and preview their Cinco De Mayo Street Party!! Alena helps us figure out what exactly MUD RAIN is, we check in with Bill on how KCK Taco Tourism is going and Nick re-tells his Coyote Carcass/Taco Bell Drive Thru Story! (Alena also shares her own weird late night Drive Thru shenanigans!) We also celebrate the NFL DRAFT this episode by conducting our First TACO THE TOWN MEAL DRAFT, where we draft different Taco The Town Food types to see who creates the tastiest and toughest meal!! Nick shares memories of the day he was drafted and we ask Alena if she thinks the NFL will catch on in her hometown of Las Vegas? Bill ponders what legendary K-State coach Bill Snyder's Taco Bell order would be and Nick gives us the scoop on one of his favorite new  secret Taco spots in KC! Also: We are introduced to the SALSA CLOCK and Amazing Taco varieties by BECCA STOUT!!! In the TACO TICKER we taco 'bout the Kindergartners who accidentally drank tequila during snack time! And the USFL Player who was cut from his team when he ordered pizza over chicken salad! In TOWN OF THE TACO we touch upon our favorite Pizza places in town, favorite Hole-In-The-Walls and Things KC Gets a Bad Rap About! ALL THIS AND: What are your Cinco De Mayo plans? Great Hangover Songs! Dave meets a Cauliflower Taco that confuses his taco senses! Will there be a Taco Bell Cantina vs. Port Fonda rivalry in Westport? Did Mini Chimis go too early in the draft?! It's our CINCO DE MAYO Preview on TACO THE TOWN!! THIS IS THE TIME ON SPROCKETS WHEN WE DANCE!! Editor: MATT ALLEN. Music: SUNEATERS courtesy of Lotuspool Records. Sponsors: KCK TACO TRAIL & OUR MUSIC BY THE BUMP BAND. 

The Michael Dukes Show
Tuesday // 5 - 3 - 22 // Headlines, Brad Keithley's Top 3, Chris Story's PMA

The Michael Dukes Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 114:43


We start with headlines this morning and then dive into the Weekly Top 3 with Brad Keithley from Alaskans for Sustainable Budgets. We'll talk about the increase in the out of control budget, the cost of the Port of Anchorage on middle and lower income Alaskans and the fate of the campaign finance reform law. Then in hour two we'll take a few phone calls and then and get our life coaching lesson from our friend from Homer, Chris Story.

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Dave & Chuck the Freak Podcast
Tuesday, May 3rd 2022 Dave & Chuck the Freak Podcast

Dave & Chuck the Freak Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 201:53


Dave and Chuck the Freak talk about a recent sleep study, a listener's wife got a spam text, what a listener's husband found buried in their crawl space, a string of moving van thefts, a SnapChat selfie drone, Jake Paul in talks with Mike Tyson to have a fight, the concert that was so loud that it registered as an earthquake, getting it on in a concert Port-a-Potty, if the woman who spit on police was hot or not, a woman who attacked a truck with lumber then stripped nude, tourists tried to being an unexploded bomb home on a plane, an update on the guy who grew a new penis on his arm, the strangest place you've seen someone watching porn, an old guy who tried to intervene when he thought that a couple was shoplifting (even though they weren't), Corona's private island, what people did when they got stuck on the Pirates of the Caribbean ride, exercises that people are most embarrassed to do in public, and more!