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New York City, Eric Adams And Pablo Bello discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last week

New York City, Eric Adams And Pablo Bello discussed on AP News Radio

"After the relative quiet of the pandemic, New York City is roaring back. Just listen. Over the years, the city has tried to turn down the volume. The latest effort involves traffic cameras equipped with sound meters, at least 71 New Yorkers have gotten noise tickets over the past year. You listen to the noise out there. It's nonstop, it's repeated. The horn is a trucks, the sirens. That's New York City mayor Eric Adams. New York City already has one of the most extensive noise ordinances in the country, setting up allowable levels for all sorts of noisemakers like jackhammers and cars. But there's only so much that can be done about the racket. And after all, these months of stifling silence, some New Yorkers are ready to bring back the noise. Oh, on Pablo Bello is a researcher at New York University. I think people saw a development appreciation for the fact that, well, you know, it's a messy noisy city. Bobby in a cow vonn, New York.

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Obnoxiously loud car? A traffic camera might be listening

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last week

Obnoxiously loud car? A traffic camera might be listening

"After the relative quiet of the pandemic, New York City is roaring back. Just listen. Over the years, the city has tried to turn down the volume. The latest effort involves traffic cameras equipped with sound meters, at least 71 New Yorkers have gotten noise tickets over the past year. You listen to the noise out there. It's nonstop, it's repeated. The horn is a trucks, the sirens. That's New York City mayor Eric Adams. New York City already has one of the most extensive noise ordinances in the country, setting up allowable levels for all sorts of noisemakers like jackhammers and cars. But there's only so much that can be done about the racket. And after all, these months of stifling silence, some New Yorkers are ready to bring back the noise. Oh, on Pablo Bello is a researcher at New York University. I think people saw a development appreciation for the fact that, well, you know, it's a messy noisy city. Bobby in a cow vonn, New York.

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Why Author Mark Shaw Sought the Truth in the JFK Assassination

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:58 min | 2 months ago

Why Author Mark Shaw Sought the Truth in the JFK Assassination

"For folks who don't know anything about you, how did you get into this? Because anybody who's been alive in our lifetimes know that there's been tremendous controversy and confusion around certainly the death of president Kennedy, the death of Marilyn Monroe, and many people haven't even heard of Dorothy kill gallon. What brought you? What is your background that brought you to investigate these things as you have done over the years? Well, you ask about how I got into all of this and I have no idea in some ways very Quinn. President Kennedy was killed 60 years ago, you know, nearly 60 years ago or a little bit more. You know, I like everybody else. I cried my ears out. I was a Purdue university as a freshman. And yet over the years then, I bought all this material about J. Edgar Hoover saying Oswald alone. Oswald alone all of that and everything else. And then I had a real break with this because I knew Melvin Belli, who represented Jack Ruby, who shot Lee Harvey Oswald. I practiced law with him in San Francisco in the 80s. And when Belle I died, I started to look into his life and times and I found out that I could have a book there. So I wrote Melvin bell I king of the courtroom. And what I found out was the alarming, a couple things. First of all, he was very close with the mafia, one of his main clients was Mickey Cohen, the Los Angeles gangster. You're talking about but more than talking about Bella, are you talking about Marvin belli was close with the mafia? Melvin bell. Melvin Belli. Bella. Yeah. San Francisco attorney, but also he was known as a tort lawyer. He was a personal injury lawyer. How in the world I asked myself, I mean, you're a curious guy. How did he become Jack Ruby's attorney? So I started looking into that and what I found out was that actually he was a hired by those who wanted to silence Jack Ruby for his participation in the killing of Oswald and the JFK assassination. So

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"belli" Discussed on Mint | Where Crypto Meets Creators

Mint | Where Crypto Meets Creators

05:26 min | 3 months ago

"belli" Discussed on Mint | Where Crypto Meets Creators

"And so in terms of the pseudonymity, you can have a creator or an individual collector who someone who just involve involved and just be a wild address. And be maybe completely anonymous and they don't have any sort of ties to anything and they just act integrate with DeFi protocols and do this stuff on their own. And you can have the layer where maybe you purchase an ENS name. And maybe that ENS name is like monkey rocks one two four 5 6, right? And you can go and live as monkey rocks. Do something over there. And you can interact all these things. And maybe that's your identity now as you have a monkey avatar, you do something throwing rocks on them. Elliot, are you speaking your alter ego here? What's going on? It may have been like my first email or something equivalent to that along the line. Monkey rocks one one 9 at Gmail dot com. I think it was Yahoo at the time actually. Okay, okay, okay. But you could essentially build that identity out and interact with that and that could be who you are, right? And there are plenty of people we all probably can identify that fall into that role. And I think the beauty of that is that you can still map a behavior and a sort of correlation between that activity of that anonymous individual to your collection as a creator. And I think that's where it is a beautiful thing to be able to say like, okay, we're not focusing and trying to find who this individual is. Largely, we want to show you what is like the aggregate behavior of individuals and the movement in this space. Because that allows you to unlock a lot of different information about what steps to do next. And where you can actually take your community. Because like we said earlier, creators and people building want two things. They either want to grow their community or they want to make money. And how can we actually use behavioral analysis and intelligence layer to give them actionable insights and information that they can do on it? Yeah. A 100%. Ellie, I want to talk about sort of what's next for Bello and without revealing too much and

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"belli" Discussed on Mint | Where Crypto Meets Creators

Mint | Where Crypto Meets Creators

04:44 min | 3 months ago

"belli" Discussed on Mint | Where Crypto Meets Creators

"Sort of issue of like, okay, I've given away these free things to people just to show that they're involved with me, right? You did that with your community season for seasons of season and you also were faced with the same issue of like, well, I just have all these addresses. They're just a bunch of numbers and letters put together. There's no clear way to really understand it. And yeah, I believe that was back in the springtime sometime and we were chatting about it and yeah, it was definitely a problem that was very interesting for me to think about from the technology side. So that episode, so we did that February 2022. Yes. And I remember that specifically because that was the initial idea for Bello, because like you said, we were putting this event for Queen George. And we connected the offline with the online and vice versa. And it kind of hit me because we minted like 200 plus free tickets. And those tickets were minted by Ethereum, like, oh jeez and passionate ecosystem and community members. And then we're going to come watch her in person and it was like a weird sort of like mix between tying together wallet addresses from online and then creating an experience for them offline in person. And queen George and I were talking and I asked, I was like, how much do you actually know about your listeners on Spotify? And she's like, I know very little, I have geographic data so I can sort of see if there is a lot of listeners in New York and Kansas in LA. I know where to tour, right? But beyond that, it gets very weird. And I was like, wow, interesting. Now you have all these collectors, 200 plus that collected your NFT, then came and watched you perform in person, you have all this interesting information that lies on chain that if you aggregate that data, you could probably learn something new about the people that come and watch perform and create better experiences for them. And eventually find better ways to monetize in aligned ways. And then I sort of started thinking I was like, wait, I have the same problem too. Like you said, I gave out all these pins and it kind of hit me. I felt like if I knew more about who my collectors were, I could probably create better content for them and find better ways to monetize them. So that sort of led to the entire sort of spiral. So spot on. And if you listen to that episode LE, you'll hear me talk because I publish that episode like late February after east Denver finished. You hear me talk about this problem like, you know nothing about your listeners. You know, nothing about your collectors. Who's building this? And nobody was building it, and I guess that's sort of like the introduction. Let's go try to build this. So where do we go next? Yeah, so after that, we continue conversations back and forth. And at the time, I was still full time working at lunar crush and pretty busy with just passion projects and stuff on the side. And so said Adam, why don't we take this idea? Why don't we go to eth Amsterdam, work on it for a weekend, do a hackathon project? And see what we can make out of it. And of course, us both being travelers and people enjoy that. We packed up, went to Europe. It was just the two of us with this idea. And if anyone listening is ever done a hackathon, you can hack by yourself, you can hack with another person or you can have up to 5 people at least for ease globals and most of their events.

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In this week's religion roundup, Jewish pilgrims gather in Ukraine despite the war, Brazil's president exhorts evangelicals to help keep him in office, and the Vatican imposes disciplinary sanctions on a Nobel Peace Prize-winning Bishop.

AP News Radio

02:00 min | 4 months ago

In this week's religion roundup, Jewish pilgrims gather in Ukraine despite the war, Brazil's president exhorts evangelicals to help keep him in office, and the Vatican imposes disciplinary sanctions on a Nobel Peace Prize-winning Bishop.

"And this week's religion roundup Jewish pilgrims gather in Ukraine despite the war Brazil's president exhorts evangelicals to help keep him in office and the Vatican imposes disciplinary sanctions on a Nobel Peace Prize winning bishop Thousands of hasidic Jewish pilgrims ignore travel warnings and flock to central Ukraine to mark the Jewish new year The pilgrims travel from Israel and other countries to the small city of Oman The burial site of a respected hasidic rabbi who died in 1810 About 23,000 pilgrims were in Uman on Sunday Brazil's president Bolsonaro waged an all out campaign to shore up the crucial evangelical vote ahead of the October 2nd elections Evangelicals helped carry him to power in 2018 and he tapped members of their churches for important ministries and for a Supreme Court nomination Influential pastors and politicians are warning their followers that the race's FrontRunner leftist former president Lula would close Christian churches The Vatican says it imposed disciplinary sanctions on Nobel Peace Prize winning bishop Carlos Bello following allegations that he sexually abused boys in East Timor in the 1990s The Vatican spokesman says the office that handles sex abuse cases received allegations concerning the bishop's behavior in 2019 and within a year had imposed sanctions AP Vatican correspondent Nicole Winfield says many questions remained about the bishop's role in the church over the past two decades After 2002 though when he retired it seems like he almost fell off the map It's as if he disappeared If he was under some kind of Vatican sanction in those years that would explain this very low profile that he had The announced sanctions include limitations on bellows movements and ministry and prohibit him from having voluntary contact with minors or contact with East Timor I'm Walter ratliff

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Rays' Kluber shuts down Red Sox bats in righty Bello's debut

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 7 months ago

Rays' Kluber shuts down Red Sox bats in righty Bello's debut

"The raised spoiled the major league debut of top Boston pitching prospect Brian baio in a 7 one route of the Red Sox Randy arose arena hit a two run double in Tampa Bay's three run third and added a solo Homer in the 9th Corey Kluber earned the win striking out 5 over 6 scoreless innings Here's raise manager Kevin cash Just a lot of big at bats You know kluver set the tone for us but they had a young kid on the mountain He's got pretty electric stuff but I think we had a pretty solid approach for him The 23 year old baio allowed four runs on 6 hits walking three and striking out two over four innings Geffen kobach

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Defense leads No. 3 Arizona to 67-56 win over Arizona State

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Defense leads No. 3 Arizona to 67-56 win over Arizona State

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Harvard Profresor Ruth Wisse on the Significance of Writer Saul Bellow

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:05 min | 1 year ago

Harvard Profresor Ruth Wisse on the Significance of Writer Saul Bellow

"And I'm talking to Ruth wise, longtime Professor of literature at Harvard, now at the tikva fund, Ruth thanks for joining me. Let's talk a little bit about Saul Bellow. You knew it's all Bello. I never met Saul Bellow, but my longtime editor was his son Adam Bello, so I've gotten to know the father, so to speak through the sun. But you would agree what knew that Bella was one of the towering figures of literature in the 20th century. Do you agree with that and why? What is it that made him so important? Well, he's certainly important to me because he was my favorite writer long before I met him, that's partly because he comes from Montreal, which is where I grew up. So it was very homey. But it's also because of the kind of writer that he was, he came on the scene, I think, understanding that literature was enormously important. And I think that one of his insights was that the world was becoming more disjointed that the consciousness was being torn in a hundred directions. Well, if it was that way in his day, you can imagine how much more so it is in our day when there are so many things bombarding you. And so I think that one of the things that he felt was that the novel could really provide the most entire picture of what our human experience is through the prism of an individual. And in his writing, that individual is very often a kind of solve Bello. He doesn't choose he doesn't choose to write about a person who's different from himself, but rather some projection of himself, so that it's always a very erudite person, a good person, basically, but struggling with difficult

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"belli" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"belli" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"But i think it keeps. Even you know a shot. You be patient with villager. I mean it's an mvp. He was an mvp sees is a big part of that club. A big part of the heartbeat of that team. And i'm not ready to give up on them. I mean i use you the baseball guys when you have you had an mvp. Just fall off a cliff. You know i think he. I think he'll out hopefully by the by the you know. I'm not saying they do with the mvp form. But i think he can do a lot better than doing now. I'm there's been a lot of. Mvp go thanks to the phone. There's been reasonable i am. Vp's that have fallen off cliffs. And that's where. I think gracious coming from here especially when they win that young i got an eyeball on this phillies game right now. Bryce harper is one of those guys. Well it did not work out as well similar situation with the injury but he returned to be kinda just an above average outfielder. And what i'm saying. Greg is if you get something inbetween. Mvp and which you get now. Is that worth the allocation you have for him in terms of your roster slot. I think it is with the glove at. He has sure right now. Maybe in especially with under being under control the issue is that you're gonna have to pay so many of these other guys and is that guy that's just an above average outfielder worth the amount of money that as a scott boras client. He's going to demand. Is that worth it to not pay possibly walker bueller or julio oriented or trey turner or whoever else that they wanna come on it but hold on. I have a question for you if you told me right now that scott boris was going to negotiate with the dodgers through arbitration in some way or with an arbitrator that that cody bellinger was going to twenty million dollars right. Do you really think that twenty million dollars to bellinger means to the dodgers organizationally. Well we can't sign bueller. We can't sign seger. We won't be able to sign turner. We won't be able to sign. Oreos i mean. Do you really think that money matters to the dodgers because my perception is that it doesn't yeah. Money does matter to the dodgers. They are not. They stayed under the luxury tax for for for a couple years on purpose so that they could go over it. Now there's a lot more to it than just yeah. We're just going to spend money and throw it all at whoever it doesn't work that way unfortunately also arbitration there's like if you are an arbitration. That's where it becomes. A problem is because those numbers become public. And you're comparing themselves against not just themselves with the rest of the market like there are things to be lost if it gets that far for sure. I just don't think it just seems weird to trade to think about trading him at this point before we see one more playoffs. That's that's sort of what i'm giving it as my my benchmark greg. You know what. I'm saying like what we see what we see. This place will determine whether or not. I think this is the road ago. Sure and yeah. What if if he comes up and he just all of a sudden is fantastic in the playoffs. Then yeah this whole conversation changes my point. Is that party interruption. I don't think he needs to be fantastic. I think if he gets to an everyday player level you might get a moment or two out of him. I don't think you're going to see one of these tears where he goes for eight homers or whatever in a series i. I don't think we're going to see that again. But i don't think that that doesn't mean that he can't be productive on this baseball team from morale standpoint nevermind a contributing standpoint at the plate. Forget about it in the field where we know he's a guy sure okay if that's who he becomes if he becomes a guy that just hits hits to fifty in the playoffs has a of home runs a couple of moments here and there and he's just above average player over the next couple of years. Is it worth the amount of money that he's probably going to go after as a former. Mvp as a former d- Rookie of the year. There's a lot more to it than just than that. I know we have to break. So i gotta stop talking. Oh wow this is. This is like a breaking news situation right here where they didn't have to shut up me or you clinton it's actually bourbon. Shut himself up so that we can go to the commercial break that is unbelievable and unprecedented here on sodano and cap coming up next. Laura's got what you need to know we'll find out what we need to know together next on seven ten espn..

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"belli" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"belli" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"The goof. Yes but i don't really have the need right now. I'm very happily involved in roy. Okay we'll get an all right coming up. I would love to get to this cam. Newton store. I'd actually like to get into some rams news and yeah we'll get back into the dodgers and if you've got to get in go for eight seven seven seven to ten. Espn eight seven seven. Seven seven three seven seven six. If you want to get on the radio do your thing. Oh my god almighty jesus please. I can't take it again mission. A cop love it greg greg. That's listening just reset the story of what you guys used to do. And why we keep playing lionel richie all night long over and over again other than the fact that today's the thirty eight year anniversary of when the song was released so story. Yeah i just used to have a weekly poker game that had people go in and out and we would play this song from fiesta forever dot org and is a nine hour version of the song that just keeps looping itself over and over again without any stopping so we just wanted to see how long it would take people to realize that this song was still going and it usually took about fifteen to twenty minutes now. I realize now that we've skipped a vital part of this. Which is how on earth did you ever find the esta forever. Weird i get home from. Okay so i can tell you actually i know where it came from one of my friends one of my really good friends again. The names john man. Krieger and he goes out. Yeah exactly he goes to a burning man every year and someone at burning man had this song playing nonstop all night long and after like what would happen after like the first couple of hours. You like like all right. This is fun. Then it's like oh come on stop. Turn off and then about an hour later. You're like oh All night long keep getting into it and he played for the entire time. Wow while at burning man that makes that tracks completely leg if you know anybody. That's been the burning man that's exactly the kind of rando perhaps drug induced kind of adventure. It goes down. You know i mean. I don't know how you're listening to one song for eight hours if you're sober but you know god bless everybody but i. That's amazing that makes the story better. Random burning man bit turns into a poker bit in calabasas. You know that's it wasn't calvin in calabash. Says i actually call. You're gonna tell us that this is like when you're in high school and you're like sixteen years old and you got kind of your dorky buddies coming over. You know like sixteen. Why they'd dorky buddies. I was gonna say man. I wasn't a high school. But i mean listen when i played poker in high school my buddies they were kind of the dorky dudes and we were on the debate team. You know and i was like the cool guy. But but or at least i thought i was and And so yeah we look back on like we were kind of dorky guys now by the way all. Those dudes are hyper successful. So good for them. But i thought you're gonna tell me this was like a high school bit. You guys played nope nope it all came from burning men. That's hilarious. I listen let's get back to the phones. Eight seven seven seven ten. Espn eight seven. Seven seven nine. Three seven seven six. We were having this conversation earlier. There is so much excitement about the dodgers last night. The win mckie's bobblehead. His mom throws out the first pitch. He hits a bomb. Ronnie blows a kiss to mom the homerun show early in the game. Put the giants losing in the dodgers winning so i want to reset it for everybody but then we got into this conversation clinton. Yates about what do you ultimately do. With cody bellinger. Because many dodger fans i see on twitter are like bourbon. They're ready to sit them down. They say looks lost and confused at the plate. People are kind of done with their patients when it comes to bellinger and his offensive game. I still think sixteen million dollars is a bargain. I still think you don't give up on this young guy. I think he brings something to the team to the clubhouse to the attitude to the swag of the team. I'm not ready to give up. On cody bellinger. But many of our callers clinton so far have been. Yeah no. I mean a lot of people think that it's just not worth it. I think there's a lot of. There's a lot more sting than there is out than anything. I mean. greg. I understand your beef. Swinging balls out of the strike zone is just it's it's not good for the eyeball test restraint on. I'm saying it's not good for the eyeball test so all of that swag and all of that leadership you talk about doesn't look so great when you're at the plate so i understand where people come from all right. Let's go to the phones. Here is j. p. In the pr pr in this case means pico rivera joe. Jp you're on the radio kaplan here with gates talk to us. What's our data. Not puerto rico just to get that straight So usually i you know. I like birdman. He's not baseball. I actually enjoyed when he talks. Lauren i know the baseball guy and i thought i would agree with them. I can't believe i'm agreeing with with with cats..

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"belli" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"belli" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"I don't really mind. You know. I would wear all black all day every day. No problem i could wear all gray all blue. You know what. I could even rock all white if i really had to although with my stomach issues. There's always the danger. So i don't really want to do that but but i could wear one color. No problem i do like being colorful aka sunday swagger in the house i do like being colorful but if i had to choose one color hold on. Have you ever been to an all white party like that's something that's been in been in your life before. Yeah yeah been there done the where where i need to know where you were and who you were with when you were at an all white party. Well i've been to several several. Oh yeah this is all your circuit. Oh big time it. But i will say this This past saturday night My girlfriend and i went to a restaurant that was supposed to be like having a theme of all white party. And i was like i'm not doing that no i. I'm not doing that. But i've been several white parties and you got a pair clinton should go. Have you ever been to an online part. I've been to like one but like i don't make it a habit of that and that's not a knock. I'm just saying like. I'm not at that point in my life where i know enough people that are that interested in that although i would now that i feel now that i'm forty. The party is far more in play than it ever was before i did go to excellent. That's not true. I did go to this thing called. Denial belong which is like you know dinner and white that have you heard of this. Do you know what i'm talking about now. I don't know this one so there's like this thing where it's like sort of a supper club. Social club you sign up for this thing and you're supposed to bring your own picnics and people dressed like anywhere from. I don't know like the all white party down the bar the street till like they're going to. I don't know the cy or something you know what i'm saying. There's all these like differences in how people approach it. I went for work. That was my way. He's going to get there. I covered it. Because i was calling the city and i was like i know the girl runs this thing. Let me definitely get there to see what it's about so i've been a one really really fancy when now he's the one it was like on the on the waterfront or anybody else. Anybody else do all parties. I've done them one. Maybe i've done a few because my you know when people have their birthdays wanna do like the all white yacht parties and whatever. So they've done. That sounds like an idea for remote amandas. Let's welcome yeah. One color wear one color. How about definitely go seven. Obviously come on. You got me on right now. I'm sitting house and nobody's even looking at me. So that's how that one goes a very colorful individual as they say laura man if you would see the baby pitchers. My mom had me when i was little colorful wheel. She just throw it on. So i think if i pulled it off when i was a little kid i think a bullet off now so do the color for one perfect. Are we do one more. Real fast clinton. Would you rather shoot hoops with lebron james or toss a football with tom. Brady come on i. One hundred percent rather shoot hoops with lebron james. If for no other reason that might get to hoop with brawny james. Who out here on people. If you're not familiar with his work go check it out Yeah lebron james's legend. Tom brady just kind of a quarterback to me. Wow really tom brady. Just kind of a grammy. My point is all he is a good quarterback. Lebron james is a hall of fame. Legend human being on a lotta level. So yeah i'd rather shoot hoops to them all right. What do you think. I'm going to say i think hombre tom brady yes. I think you're gonna say. Tom brady wants to kick field. Goes with you. That is incorrect. Clinton half. Tom brady hold. That's funny okay. But in truth. Seriously if you gave me the choice between catching passes for tom brady or shooting hoops with lebron james. This is not even a question for me. I will shoot hoops with lebron. I mean i wanna talk to lebron. I wanna pick his brain. I got a million questions. I want to ask them. I want to work on my form catching passes from tom. Brady doesn't sound so great. But shooting with lebron sounds amazing. So i'm going to shock the world here and i'm gonna tell you shooting with. Lebron is my choice laura. Y'all can see my face right now. She's a bit of a hater. no it's not. Even we discussed this many many times to say it man so they're both great but I think shooting i guess. 'cause basketball is my favorite sport shooting around with abroad choice but catching passes from tom. Brady is not bad either almost now. So yeah lebron james. Let's go shoot around. You should cut that up now. We have a. We have breaking news the from the from the handsome man community apparently. Abc is now looking for seniors for their new season of the bachelor Mr kaplan i believe this is your account per which you've just brought up. Do you happen to know anybody who is eligible. Well the thing is member. There's got to be a distinction between a senior and middle aged person. I say we're just going to say that they're going to be above the age of all these meathead dudes got running around. I'm going to tell you right. Now is a great idea. I've been saying this forever that the bachelor should do divorce as the bachelor himself or herself should be divorcing and all of the contestants should be divorce as you want real drama. Forget about all these young girls sniping at each other. You want real life problems like hey listen i had to leave. I was going to get a rose. But i had to leave because two of my kids got sick. I had to leave the show. Sorry i mean. I think it's a great idea. Divorce a bachelor and divorce a bachelorette. Where'd on that if you could.

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"belli" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"belli" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Eight seven seven seven nine three seven seven six would you rather next on pseudo and kaplan seventeen. Espn i gotta thank you very much chris and look at what happened. Kaplan you've got it to happen. People are calling in with their own. Would you rather questions. So let's go to jose in la. All jose the so. Here's my question. So would you rather only drink these vegetable or fruits so the only source of you have is a fruit and vegetables for the rest of your life poor only anytime you want but with no water or no liquid. Who for so weird. Good questions is easy. Way rather smoothies. This is kind of my life anyway. You know what i'm saying. Like if i thought i'd have to spend a bunch like eating cool because you get together with your friends lying if i knew i could just drink a smoothie or like for three meals a day and i can get all the nutrition i need. Which is sort of doable. I get it. Do not come after me. Pow protein shake twitter. I do not need that smoke. But i'm just saying that like if i knew that i could reasonably do that and get everything like i do that enough already for breakfast and for like mid morning snack. Have a vegetable. Have a other one person until i can make a really really delicious smoothie and many different varieties but on the other hand. If i ate all this food anything i wanted to but i had no liquids would feel like i'm going to get the hydrated all the time so i start to over think things and then i gotta come back over to the smooth side. So i'm going smoothie like the question jose what do you say laura so. I lived on liquids for like a month. It's not that great. But i love my water. Man's i'm gonna go smoothly all day every day. Greg since you didn't ask the question you want to jump in sure yeah i. I'm definitely going with this movie to. We're gonna make an all four of us going with this movie. I need the liquid. You need the liquid we do all right mean because what if i am eating all this food that i like so much and then i start to choke. You can't do anything about it. I know toast yet to find some friends right. You're gonna need somebody to heimlich me. Exactly all right so tony and inglewood also has a. Would you rather up tony. You guys doing lover hero. Yeah love your show. I have a question so would you rather in baseball hit the game. Winning walk off home run or basketball. Hit the game winning shot. Scott i would rather hit the game winning. Walk off home run. And they're both awesome okay. You didn't give me the choice of kicking the game winning field goal. So i'm going to take the the hitting the walk off home. Run i wanna trot around the bases. I wanna kirk gibson this thing. I want to take my time. You know i might have a dance going into third. I want my team waiting for me at home. I'm hitting a home run. All day played three sports in high school and never hit a walk off. Jam definitely hit a walk off. Half quarter in a game wasn't in the playoffs but it was like the game for the regular season game didn't count. It was a tie ballgame. Had one point three left but it raph court nailed it my entire team clobbered me so i'm going to say that just because guess what's got i've done it. Yeah then they're done that. That's cool man. Yeah half court shot. I mean it wasn't a heave. i was just. I was the safety valve inside. Our guy are point guard. He was gonna feel across the top in my buddy says he was going to be the download option and nobody was there had to get it in. I was right there. It took a wonderful put it up. I was like that's definitely going in and it did so. Are you in high school in this. Happens junior because you get to live. The next year is a legend mean. We had a pretty fun team so that wasn't going to change it but that night was tremendous man. We all went nuts read. That's cool man all right gregg bergman your chance to jump in here. Would you rather hit a game winning. Walk off home run or hit. The last second shot in a basketball game hitting a baseball is one of the most difficult things to do in the world so to hit a walk off home. Run to win a game. Yeah fully on board with that laura uniform. I would do that all day every day. I mean basketball. I love it favorite sport but give me the walk off all day hettie thrown in or three things or kick the game winning field goal. Whatever i'm just asking if anybody would do that you know. Probably not bro. Have you ever done that. Yeah and by the way my first one was in high school and let me tell you that was like a drug for me. Once that happened. I needed more and more and more was like the greatest thing that ever happened. You're you're rooting for guys to run it into the middle of the line up right right the ashes at the end end zone shots right all right. Let's let's move on here. greg bergman. Now you're up for. Would you rather all right. So let's start with cap. Would you rather wear one color every day or seven colors everyday. I'd probably rather wear one color every day. I'm fine with one color..

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"belli" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

07:28 min | 1 year ago

"belli" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Gotta keep it dude who's been battling one eighty four just in this season alone and on top of that that greg saying his postseason numbers are just. They're they're just discussing. So if i can't be sitting here on the radio in los angeles talking about it. What about somebody sitting in los angeles actually running the team. Obviously somebody thinks these words something in terms of us on the fuel play in whatever he may or may not be bringing in the clubhouse. It's a reasonable argument. I'm just saying at this stage. It's not a problem necessarily have to have an could possibly sorted out. This is one of the things that talk about all the time. Greg which is clubs believing in themselves in terms their ability to motivate players. It's not all on them. But i still think you got to believe in yourself. In terms of your franchise in terms of being able to get him back to something that is at least gonna be worth something to your team. Even if it's not what market value is over. That's what i'm saying. I would love for him to be back to. Who will when he was in two thousand nineteen when he was mvp when he has that swing. He does have a beautiful swing when he actually gets across. The problem is that it's it's too rare to see at this point. And i'm not totally out on him and like where it's like i'm done it's over. Get him outta here. It's more so just that. I don't need to see him anymore on out there. Unless he's playing a defensive replacement at the end of the game. Or i mean really. That's about it or just. I just need them on the defensive end. And that's it but that's not worth money to me at this point because like the caller was saying his postseason numbers are terrible. He said disgusting. Actually yeah i mean it's not as wrong. He was very very very straightforward his career. And i don't like we don't have to get to deepen into numbers but his career batting under two hundred and his slow is oh. Ps is is six thirty. Like that's not good on base plus slugging at six thirty is really really low. Talking slide here. I mean i'll go slash lines. I'm trying not to talk flashlight. Not to these clinton baseball. I'm here for all right. Hey she base volley watching three games a night. It's because we're talking about slash lines the afternoon. Hey that's a good call. Cpu keep calling back by the way it opens up a line for eight seven seven seven ten espn eight seven seven seven ten three seven seven six. Here's mike in the. I e. checking in on seven to ten. Espn mike what do you say about this man. I'll start off with saying that. I was a big bellinger fan. Two thousand nineteen in his rookie year. I believe at him. I thought he was going to be one of the greats. But i'm done with them. Sixteen million the way. He swings the way he approaches hitting the last time i saw him do something good. Was that it's extra inning. Game against san diego when he shortened up late and he got a blue pit to right field. He never does that first time he did in a while. But you know get a feel for it. Hit the ball phil but it feels like get on base. He's not doing it and to say that his shoulders hurt. He's swinging out of his but try to get it out of the park every time he's at bat i can't i can't go with his shoulders hurting them. I i don't see it. I don't believe it he just. He's lost it in the head. He great he's great defense. Sure sign him for less not sixteen million again. That's my point. Thanks for the call. We're talking we're talking bad pats and slash lines. I mean this is just. This is a dream. Come true for me. Great you'd be okay with. I mean listen. Clinton good news so far. We've not gotten to cam newton. I so desperately wanted to talk about some cam newton but we got a lot of dodger fans that want to chime in eight seven. Seven seven ten. Espn eight seven seven seven. Three seven seven six. Here's alley in marina del rey. All right allie. What do you say you stick him with bellinger. Are you done with bellinger. You've gotta stick with belly to do the baller He just started helping himself out at the plate. He's building won't patient like muncie and if he's not hitting the ball and he needs to get the pitch count on the pitcher five pitches nine pitches. they're pitching him high and inside then they're going away outside the strike zone so he needs to realize that and i don't think he's taking any look any film or anything. Hold themselves out. Yeah i mean it's good point. His plate discipline could help us. 'cause a lot because he would be more useful to the lineup. And you sorta treat that as i mean. What's he batting. Right now growl. God one eight in the lineup. Oh he's down to eighth. he's down to that. You use them as you're thinking about this in the most rose with rose colored glasses possible you say okay using. It's sort of a you know off leadoff. Whatever kind of situation worked account figure something out get on base and you try to get advanced so he can get back to the top but he's just not showing that kind of discipline at the plate. Which is which is very bothersome levels. Clinton jesse's is a real fast if what do you do with with him because he if you he does have two years left of control which obviously other teams like and you are going to pay all these other guys doesn't make any sense whatsoever to possibly move him to try and get some value out of him. I think it does. I mean i think. I think it makes a lot of sense to try to move in but i don't think that you make that decision anytime before these playoffs. Like saying that he's gonna pop pop in crazy form but like you give him a playoff to see if like. Hey maybe he figures it out. I mean to me. That's that's sort of why you wanna stick with him now because you want to see if the team sees it through. He's going to be able to respond. He's worth dad. I would say at this point. See to me. He's one of the guys who's one of your core players. And so it's kind of reminds me of like this past offseason. Remember when there was all this talk about whether or not justin turner was going to come back to the dodgers to me. I'm like that's a no brainer. Justin turner is a heart and sole leader kind of personality on your team. I think of bellinger not quite the same way. But he's one of the guys he's one of your guys that has you win eight straight division. Titles he's one of the guys that has helped you win a world series like to me. He is a great defensive player. Who i grant. You looks lost at the plate. But i don't wanna give up on a young player like this too soon. I i was gonna say the exact same thing. Do you give any credence to clubhouse clubhouse presence in terms of what what he brings their oscar. Because i do. I mean i think i do believe in that clubhouse presence like that's why i was really upset when keith hernandez left. He actually helped in the playoffs way. More than bellinger ever has three homerun games and just big shots like it seems seemingly jock. Peterson was like oh man. Jocks gonna jock jock. Jock tober was real super. Yeah it was actually a real thing. That's not cody. Bellinger cody bellinger. Doesn't get it done in october. He actually fails in october and consistently at the plate at the plate. Yes no. he's fantastic in the outfield. You gotta hit both of those things. So what was it. Like san jack out there feel he was it was kind of it was kind of crazy. I didn't i didn't like seeing him in the and that read just didn't score all right. Listen if you want to jump in eight seven seven seven. Espn eight seven seven. Seven ten three seven seven six but comment up next a game of. Would you rather this game is becoming a bit uncomfortable lately. I like it and by the way. If you've got a would you rather and you want to call in with it. Go for it..

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Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"belli" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Double there that is not very inspiring. So i understand where you're coming from greg. Yeah i mean when he's and it's inside the plate it's outside the play i mean he's he's swingset pitches that have no business being swung at because pitchers. No he's going to swing at it so it's basically an automatic out and when he does kind of catch up to one he catches up to one but it also the power has gone down tremendously when he actually does get a hold of one. It's warning track power and that has a lot to do with shoulder which i totally get where. He's not fully healthy yet. But i keep saying like always coming around. He's coming around. he's coming around. I just keep seeing him either. Strike out or fly out them. Never strikes cap. That's what they call those. I'm gonna tell you. Greg i mean this year to me i would be in the season's not over yet. So we'll we'll see what kind of impact he may or may not have but for me. This is a year where he missed a lot of time due to injury and i could understand where things are going well at the plate. And you know he's swinging at pitches. I'll go there but you know it's like a couple of weeks ago. Two home runs in a game. And everybody's like oh. He's back he's back. Listen if i'm if. I'm the dodgers i'm not giving up on cody bellinger. Not at sixteen million dollars. Not at twenty million dollars. I'm keeping cody bellinger. Eight seven seven seven. Espn eight seven seven. Seven ten three seven seven six. You wanna get on this conversation. Are you like me clinton where you're going. No i'm i'm i'm gonna stick around here and see what happens with bellinger or are you like bergman where you're like nope i'm giving up on the guy and i don't want to pay him. I'd rather put my money somewhere else. Jump into the conversation. Eight seven seven three seven seven six all right time for a check on traffic and at some point today clinton. I would love to talk to you about cam. Newton being cut by the new england patriots a shocking development early this morning. Oh my god. Oh my god lionel richie all night long again. See what you did. Greg bergman look what you did look what he did. Sean yates. I can't even hear it. You're just making it up in your head out of here. Any music at all must be hearing. Thanks we're now just morales. He's really got the pipes. Going does does thirty eight years ago. Lionel richie all night. Long by the way back in the day lionel ritchie had such a great froze long in the back curly. Great what were you doing with this song. Where were you was this. The roller rink air do this is I had a very similar afro. As matter of fact i was rocking parachute pants. Like shoes. I was trying to do like michael jackson moonwalking into it man. I saw lionel. Richie by the way performed this song on on a some video. He was at the pro. Football hall of fame is a few weeks ago. John lynch the general manager of the forty niners goes into the pro. Football hall of fame has a party afterwards and lionel ritchie performs nine loan online. That sounds like a blast. I would love to be a dad. Isn't that the weirdest thing. Dude you booked lionel richie for your party really. I mean obviously his tunes are infectious. I think we've been over this. I'm going to tell you something right now. For those of you just joining us clinton and i we're having a discussion about what the dodgers future is with cody bellinger who's making sixteen million dollars this year and is still under team control at least for the next two years right. I'm thinking to myself sixteen million dollars for a guy who's been in. Mvp a world series. Champion and yeah. He's struggling at the plate this year but he's been hurt for a lot of the i'm thinking sixteen million dollars is a bargain for cody bellinger and bergman's making the point clinton net. He's done with them. he's completely over. Cody bellinger say right now. People on twitter supporting the the other side. Which is you. don't give up on cody bellinger. Now what do you say. Clinton i say. Let's go to the phones we were. We were doing well worth the money right here. We go paul in whittier. Sodano and cap clinton. Yates is in the house. What do you say paul god. Yeah i kind of agree with With great you know in bars to the money but that you know you can't give up on cody man. Guys eventually gonna come around. You know obviously looks a little messed up in the head. You know growing out his hair in swinging at pitches three out of the outside of the box and he just doesn't look comfortable in the park. But you know. I wouldn't. I wouldn't count just lay down. A man gets get on base and that guy. I don't hate that. You gotta do what you gotta do. Start squaring around started making things happen. You know what. I mean short up as we like to say his changed all in this process. I mean like in terms like guys flit approach. Anyway good call all right there. You go paul all right so there's one on you gotta keep bellenger. Although greg did say. He thinks he's making a lot of money. It's sixteen million. I in baseball terms. I don't sixteen million a whole lot of money given the resume here is c. p. in hacienda heights c. What's going on you're on the radio. What's happening Scott and clean big fan of scott but So that's go so you guys are you guys are sending like to people. That aren't dodger fans. 'cause if you're a dodger fan you see they had they to cody bump for a hit the last game. It's he's already at that point. The dodgers the dodgers organization. Don't trust him he's not. There's no way you could be.

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Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

07:51 min | 1 year ago

"belli" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Thinking about the future. So greg we got into a whole conversation before the show started and clinton actually brought up. What i thought was a really interesting point like dude. There's a lot of excitement about this. Are you sure we wanna go here. But i you're not the only person that i've heard talk about this today. I've read some people that have been saying this as well. What are the dodgers ultimately going to do. With cody bellinger. Who defensively still looks. Great offensively completeness. So jump in. What do you think so. It's just it's interesting. Just because he is now a platoon player he is. They're actually making him not hit against lefties so he's got a guy that will come in as a defensive replacement at the end of games. And he will play against righties. Like against charlie morton tonight but he's making sixteen million dollars a year. He's got two years of arbitration left under control for those two years. But i i mean why is he gonna give him sixteen million dollars again next year. He's got a he's scott boras agent scott boras and she's gonna be like well he's got the let's give him five million next year because he was so bad his last year. He's gonna want his money. So i just don't think you can pay him that type of money when you have other guys that are going to need to be paid so explain this so for those short understanding next year. There's the possibility that with two years left on what he's got in terms of control with the team. You think to yourself all right well if he's going to perform at this rate but they're still going to demand the same money. Why don't we just trade him now as value is higher. That's the other side of which are talking about correct. Yeah pretty much because you have those two years control. People want to pull that in the past two years. Okay but i mean. I think my thing is is that if for so long the talk about what. The dodgers strength was was the depth and then when a guy like bellinger end up in a platoon situation. There's not exactly a complaint but you're worried about it. I mean like i don't know man this is this for me is pretty good problem. Have you know i. I don't know look you gotta pay a lot of guys but who knows what the luxury tax is going to be at that point and who knows i was going to produce. I like his bat enough to think that he might be able to find some magic when it counts. He's been there before it's happened. I'm not right off. Often create initiative them right now. That's just me. I would love to know what other people think out there in los angeles. Yeah eight seven. Seven seven ten. Espn eight seven seven. Three seven seven six. What would you do with cody. Bellinger so greg you talk about sixteen million dollars. Can i just say that in baseball. Terms sixteen million dollars is not like top level guy right. I mean what it's getting close. It's not there yet but no it is getting close by as it goes mukhi. Mookie think he's somewhere between uber luther to one player trump basically the whole year so that kind of murky number one. But what i'm saying is that you're talking about a guy and bellinger. Who's a young player. Who is still controllable. And who is already an mvp and already a world series champion. All i'm saying is is that it's sixteen million dollars a year by baseball standards. That's not even middle of the road is it. I mean i would think that might be like in the if you're talking about. The elite outfielders of major league. Baseball sixty million dollars is not a lot of money in baseball terms. No which means he's going to go up next year because he's still under control so and there's also a lot more to it too late. Let's take a look at. What cody bellinger has done in the playoffs. He's been awful just absolutely terrible in the playoffs. He doesn't hit well he has. He doesn't get on base during the playoffs. So it's really. He had the mvp that one year because nobody else could get it and he made a great diving grab. That's what it was. Ooh greg's its way out on cody at this. I'm in the look it's tough i'm it's very difficult for me. Because my whole thing. Cody bellinger has been. He had a half of a good season his mvp year. He was great in the first half. Like amazingly historically great in the first half and then kind of fell off and was terrible in the playoffs. And he's still won the mvp because he was the best player in baseball at the time but he hasn't been good since that time and he hasn't really been good anywhere else defensively. he's fantastic. Okay so let's just pause there for a quick second everything you're saying about how he's not good and he and he didn't perform the places. Okay i just want to make sure we're talking about offensively. You don't like what he has done but defensively he has made spectacular plays in the postseason. And even wasn't it just this past weekend. He made this incredible. Catch us incentive. He's running towards towards right and he made a spectacular. Catch me defensively. He is an elite defensive outfielder. Yes absolutely there's arguments words but he's got this thing where he's constantly tinkering with his batting stance. Yes absolutely. I think that i mean. That's that's kinda the thing though plus plus outfielder on a team. That's pretty good and expects to go far. I think it just a basic valuation of a lot of baseball players out there greg. That's worth sixty million. You know what i'm saying and like it's weird to think about because you're sort of saying to yourself on your mind that seems like a lot but like you know this is how good teams operate guys like. That get paid that kind of money when they're at that kind of level in terms of where their Sort of whatever their their salary. Numbers are just in terms of the overall roster so like yeah it might ideally against the numbers not might might not make sense for for a team like the dodgers. That's that's my. You can vent because that's what you got him for you. Listen man. I'm gonna tell you right now greg. I think at sixteen million at twenty million. I don't think you give up on cody bellinger. Not right now. I mean listen i got it. There is a logjam if you will in the outfield now. And as long as mookie. Betts is healthy. He's got himself a spot. You've got chris taylor and aj pollock. But i'm not going to give up on cody bellinger yet. He's too good of a defensive player. he has been a good hitter in his career. He's i don't know if if tinkering is a good thing or a bad thing you know if you're tiger woods you're always kind of messing with your swing. You're always trying to get more out of it. I mean maybe bellinger has to just decide on a stance and swing and just roll with it and see what happens and stop messing around with it but for me. Sixteen million dollars. This isn't the nfl. There's no salary cap here. You don't have to try and fit him in like a piece of a puzzle. You don't have to worry about all of the other guys that you're going to have to sign all the other money that you have to spend. He's the dodgers. Doctors have more money than anybody. Yeah do ballooning. Though man his kim pretty. I mean i see your point about having to pay other guys in your basically just putting a premium on everybody else. You know what i'm saying. You're sort of driving up your own price. And if you if one is in the business of relatively relative fiduciary responsibility then yeah you might. You might think about it that way. I don't think they're looking at that way. Man i think this guy's a bit of a crowd favorite. You know in some in some regards just because he's kind of you know very memorable on the internet and all that you know he's got the flow and he's got great catches. I mean. I think that that guy's worth the price of business i think for the dodgers at this point he probably they'll probably stick around with them. And you make a good point just watch. I know i'm frustrated watching him. Nine night. out and swing at pitches that are three feet. Outside of the plate. Discipline is very poor. It's it's it's it's it's one of those things too where not to too wonky on you cap but this the kind of thing where for baseball guys like. If that's the worst thing going wrong if feels like everything is much worse than it is because if you can't even find the ball in the zone and you're still swinging his out of the zone..

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Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"belli" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"I can't get lionel richie all night long out of my head. It's officially stuck in my head. I'm singing it non stop and it's going to be there for hours to come much or anybody needs to know that but i just wanted to say so. Here's you can you say hello. Laura romo at u. n. e. q. Underscore follow her. So that you can get her insta- lives when she wants to rant about somebody trying to touch her curly hair here she is. What's up laura. What cap i mean. I don't just rent just putting it out anyways you guys know. I love supporting women especially women of color so shot any akasa who made history as the first black woman director top. The box office we candyman grossing twenty two point three million dollars opening weekend so i actually haven't seen the movie. I will be honest. Because i've been kinda busy. I haven't seen it but it is on my to do list. But the fact that a she's thirty one years old days okay. Thirty one years old. I'm thirty three. What am i doing that. I'm sorry. I should just don't myself but yeah i'm just like whoa. I need to revalue my life. Sometimes when i when. I do my what you need to know because thirty one years old. That's amazing. she's she's quite accomplished. And it's really good and now for those who don't know candyman is like a pretty elite movie in horror stories. Horror circles like remake. That movie. And i guess the way that they've adapted it is sort of modern but at the same time. No maget so. I look if your candyman fan. I'm told to go see this movie. So i'm glad it's working out for because that's that's cool too. It's one of the more. It's it's underrated. But like people are like legitimately scared of candyman. You know what. I'm saying like grown adults who didn't want to do the marketing stuff for it. Because greg talk about this like margaret stuff work because they like terrified. His kids might be one of them. You know what i'm saying what you know. It's funny though about what you're saying about being thirty one and sometimes when you hear of somebody who's so accomplished and they're so young i think we all do the same thing we're all like. Oh man what am i dillon man. Thirty one years old and look at this person locale accomplished he or she is Even like in sports you know you see a player. Like taylor in horton tucker from the lakers. As an example and they as twenty years old. And you're like man twenty and he's in the nba or you see a baseball player. And they just flew through right from high school right through the minor leagues. And he's already in the major leagues and he's twenty or nineteen years old. You're dan guys twenty years old not even old enough to buy a beer and the guy is already a superstar in sports. I know it makes you kind of feel. Like what am i doing but doing great laura. Yeah thank you guys think appreciate. I think it was just definitely for dramatic effect right. She's thirty one. That's great mine was actually for real now. Look i got rid of that notion of. I have to be x. Amount of years old and be married with a kid and how this crazy a successful career. Everyone has their own timing. And i tell that to people all the time. It's just your timing will calm. Keep hustling keep grinding. And what's meant for. You is meant for you. Like i'm huge on that. So yeah it was for dramatic effect. But i mean it is a huge accomplishment. She's thirty one years old. There's a lot of people that at thirty one have no clue what they want to do. So i mean that is amazing. And like i said the fact. She's a woman she's black woman so i support that. I'm always going to support women. And i'm always gonna shout them out when i can refer you fifty one. I still don't know what i want to do. Just say you know really glad. See her shining like this and hope it opens the doors prop more opportunities for other people to well probably will because you know. I think about being young and getting jobs that people use to think. Wow he's so young or she's so young to have that job in sports for example you know like when you look at a coach who gets a job like sean mcvay right clinton you get this job and people like that guy's only like thirty one years old and greg. Do you remember exactly. How old mcveigh was when he got the job with the rams thirty or thirty one thirty s something like that right or like. When theo epstein became the general manager of the red sox people are like. He's a boy wonder he's an ivy league guy who understands all the analytics he's thirty years old and you're like damn do. These guys are getting these jobs at thirty. But i don't know clinton man. I think that now the world more so than ever before is run by younger. People used to be your fifty. You've earned your way in you've taken your time. You know you finally get your job as a head coach or gm not anymore. I mean you can get these jobs now in your twenties believe it or not. Yeah he He we we were in college at the same time together. So you know that that tracks well for me sitting right up here talking right now so it's pretty funny. Yeah he was the He was like the like a scout. Whiteout when i was there oh really well. That's cool man all right on all right. So listen we've been talking about the dodgers and what happened last night against the braves and really the win against atlanta while san francisco loses to milwaukee. You're talking about you. Know the two top teams in the nfl west that are now separated by a game and a half. And you're talking about the top team in the nfl central top team in the nfc. So these are playoff caliber series. That are going on right now and last night was a very exciting win. Especially if you're a dodger fan. I mean this is really really exciting stuff. But greg bergman the ultimate dodger fan he not just thinking about today tonight this game. It's.

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The Intimacy of Macro Photography, with Karen Hutton

This Week in Photo

01:53 min | 1 year ago

The Intimacy of Macro Photography, with Karen Hutton

"As a creative professional. There's we have this outlet that we can channel our frustrations or energy into and especially at a time like this where we're uncomfortably separated from others macro photography makes a whole heck of a lot of sense exploring worlds unknown that you probably would overlook on a day when you can go out and do shots of ill capitan or something right. So tell me. Let's start with that. Karen what is your what is sort of. Your worldview about micro worlds world of micro worlds. Well i have always loved Macro photography and i actually got returned a box of my dad's camera gear because my dad was into photography also and because we were trying to sell some of because he had so much you know when he passed some years ago anyway. Some of the stuff that didn't sell he had like macro bello's he had macro like when he was doing at they had these Not rings but tubes so he had like stacked six deep. I don't know what he was i to this day. I don't know what he was photographing. But it was macro micro macro in so and and he was a man who loved to think about things examine things. He was his his work title when he was in the corporate world world was director of research director of research and development and he just had that kind of mind and i was raised that way so i have a tendency to want to examine things and see things up close and find the fine threads that explain why and then make them big and then go. So where do you fit in. How do you affect everything else. So it's like drawing them out and then reading it back in again. That's how my brain works so for me macro is like a visual version. That

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"belli" Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

05:50 min | 2 years ago

"belli" Discussed on The Dictionary

"Hello words welcome to the dictionary I i found another website. That has some of the more fun holidays. So i'm going to start saying those but i was scrolling through the list quickly. And i just happened to catch That january ninth which was actually the day that carry wieder was on was werner day so Hey happy word belated werner day. Two months later So maybe we'll have to do something special for that day. Also now that. I'm thinking about it. That was really really close to when i first started this podcast in two thousand nineteen So that was A happy coincidence Okay so the first word is costas belly It's two words. Cas us second word. B. e. l. l. i. casa's belly or you could say casus belli noun from circa eighteen forty one an event or action that justifies or allegedly justifies a war or conflict This is new. An means occasion of were causes belly. Next is everyone's favorite word. It is cat. Cat when you're talking about how to spell stuff y'all always use cat. How do you spell cat. cat And you know cats are great and the internet is all all it quiver with cats This is the first form of the word noun from before the twelfth century one a carnivorous mammal long domesticated as a pet and for catching rats and mice. The scientific name is phyllis catis know how none of us know the scientific name the cat but it is very simple and nice feeless catez one be any of a family of carnivorous usually solitary and nocturnal mammals. Oh that's the end of that sentence. Then there's a bunch of parentheses as the domestic cat lion tiger leopard jaguar. Cougar wildcat links and cheetah. I feel like this should be sung. Also i just posted yesterday. The think called the caracol. that's another lynx. Like links like the domestic cat the lying and the tiger leopard jaguar. Cougar wildcat linked santita. Oh and the family. Name is feathered i to a malicious woman. They are called cats Also.

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300 school girls released 4 days after mass-abduction in Nigeria

BBC Newshour

01:21 min | 2 years ago

300 school girls released 4 days after mass-abduction in Nigeria

"By unidentified gunman last week. We've just made contact with a spokesman for a group known as the Coalition of Northern Groups in Nigeria. Which tries to draw attention to the problem of kidnapping in the region, not just of school Children but adults as well. Dr Mohammed Bellona Wyler from the coalition is in Bachi State in the Northeast. That's a teacher, Andre, That's a father. Not somebody from the northern part of the country that once progress and prosperity you can't help but wonder what the future off education will now be in the northern part of the country. The targets are not even only the rich people in the society. Even the low income people are now targeted on and off not being kidnapped. That was not quite many times so everyone is afraid. Is this fear off uncertainty off not knowing what will happen next One walk in tomorrow. Everyone can now tell you that cookie has had off social person have been kidnapped and you might end up being the victim and nobody knows what tomorrow my told. Was Dr Mohammed Bello. No Wyler from the coalition off northern groups in Nigeria. You're listening to the BBC World Service. I'm Razia Advance. This

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"belli" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"belli" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

"Is the use post bellum. So used post bellum is what takes place after which kind of ties into some of the things that were thought about using bellows so that's again proportionality rights vindication punishment compensation rehabilitation and it. Also the involves respect. You don't spit on your enemy. E c t found out what it means to me. Yes nailed it. Thank you so the just war tradition revolves around two basic ideas justness and war and justness of the way that war is fought in just because the war is over. Doesn't mean that you kind of put justice aside so you to impose obligations for after the conclusion of war if Like obviously you don't want to kill everybody. You want to protect everybody right. Yes so.

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"belli" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"belli" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

"Some cops some prisoners who are about to be taken to prison and a secretary stuck in a small police station while being ambushed by gang members in this episode. It's the exact same thing but with demons and also in this episode henderson says it's a siege in the film The sheriff says is a siege. A goddamn siege ended episode has a news report about louis attacks on the station resulting in everyone dying. Although everyone in the precinct did indeed die. It was not immediate The horrifying truth would not be revealed until season four. I don't remember that so it's gonna be a new to me when we watch it Sarah gamble notes that They were finishing the script. Just as wgla went on strike Originally the episode was listed as a episode eleven. But the airing order of episodes was changed in late. January as eric kripke felt it would provide a better end to what was likely to be a truncated season or possibly series as they had not been picked up for season four yet of the women in the wanted posters the woman the woman in the wanna poster on the pin board at the sheriff's office is molly baker aka. Mall dog in her reward was ten thousand dollars. I just had a little fun. Fact of you know something in the background. And someone pointed at a goof In this episode despite the power being out at the time the pa system still work to broadcast xs them. You know what. I didn't even think about that. Yeah just kind of went with it. This is great and there was like. Sam has prerecorded shit going and yes and another one song pointed out is that lilith is able to get into the police station at the end of the episode and blow it up yet. There's all there's a almost intact demon trap right in front of the door which could easily be covered by some kind of carpet. A given that there are other demons quote unquote out there. That were The previous night. It'll be easy to fix the demon trap. It made no sense that no one would have suggested facing the traps. In coveringwith carpets. This may list presence obvious in prevented her from blowing up the station. What do being that. She's such a powerful demon. Be original demon. I don't know. does she get trafton. Demon traps. That's the thing later on. We find out that there are certain things that just kinda don't work all the time. Yeah not on every demon. That's just what someone had pointed out. I am dv. I thought it would be a little interesting tidbit. No i like it. I just one of those things that like does account because later on like yeah and we've seen defense get trapped in demon traps and find ways of like cracking them Yes because summer just so powerful that it like you think about the the the seven sins When they attacked. Sam dina. bobby and demon. Bobby's house yeah. He cracked ceiling. One was able to get out right. And i was just him being trapped in the trap. Yeah so it'd be a little bit some who a what her ass in there. Maybe maybe yeah. Because i think they wouldn't have thought of it like they were leaving to to make the devil's traps again. You know to fix what they broke..

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"belli" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"belli" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

"She destroys the station and a blast of energy ruby reveals to the winchesters and gives them heck's bags to hide themselves from the demons. This one was fun. Was like a who done it. Kinda game yeah like in a really bad way. He didn't know what the toilet exercises him. Though did make me laugh. That was pretty funny. Jimmy said in the toilet trying to get the demon out but yeah this this one Henrik really thinks that the winchesters are serial killers yet for like a minute. They definitely yeah like would he walks into the share station. He's explaining like these horrible criminals that are coming into the station. You won't believe the kinds of things they did might chill out. Maybe he would just believe they're telling you. You know i mean but then again you think about it and you think your normal life. You're used to seeing something like bat. Shit crazy stuff that people do right problem and these guys are like. Oh yeah no entry shirts other. The first time hendrickson heard demons did it or person was possessed. Okay yeah you guys are crazy. You're definitely fucking killers. Isn't that funny though how it's backwards like he thinks like demons. Monsters share crazy but then the winchester brothers think that people doing those kinds of things is crazy. Well i think it ties into that whole like. It's more disturbing to know that a human can do that. Not being possessed right. You know what i mean. I don't know. I think he's used to thinking that there's no rhyme or reason for things happening and then finding out that there's actually like evil rhyme and reason yeah causing it to happen is crazier to him a lot of people that die in this episode of the helicopter crash. That was intense in that whole scene. Remind you of Halloween four where everybody dies at the police station out. Yes it did. It made me think of that and it made me. Think of like a weird lockdown moment. Yeah all these poor guys..

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"belli" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

05:30 min | 2 years ago

"belli" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

"It at this really cool british. But i'm not sure i've never heard of it Is called bouba lulu. What boo-boo and it's a marshmallow with chocolate flavored coating 'cause not real chocolate and strawberry gummy. Oh i love marshmallows. Strawberry and i love. I wish it was dark chocolate. And we love a boo boo. I'm gonna find out if i'm gonna love. Blew a supernatural podcast with lizzie and missy. This long time. No see. I know will. You can't see me right now so it's even longer care on which i don't know i mean i didn't shower but i put on acute tops. Okay fine well thank you welcome. I also did not shower. Did not put an acute chop but It's just a pain in the ass for me to get the camera from the laptop. Now since i'm doctor and have two monitors though yes that's right. That's i completely forgot so yeah we just saw generated the day for hundred hour. I know which is a lot of fun. I was really happy. It seemed like everybody was kind of participating which is even more fun and your ring. Light was gorgeous all fake you. It was like hunter. Happy hour and a half. I think we could've kept going. We could if we wanted to..

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Lakers' Anthony Davis to Undergo MRI After Re-Aggravating Achilles Injury

The Tony Kornheiser Show

02:55 min | 2 years ago

Lakers' Anthony Davis to Undergo MRI After Re-Aggravating Achilles Injury

"Saw anthony davis limping off court last night which with what is said to be an achilles injury that how serious is this and are you familiar with this familiar. I was watching it live. I watched last night. I figure and everybody davis had missed a couple of games sitting out because that achilles was sore. Oh okay a couple of games already. That happened this. You know this last five six days and when he walked off limped off. I just said oh my god i do not want this to be. Nobody wants to be a season ending injury But he was he he could put. It seemed no weight at all on that on that ankle foot and He's supposed to have an mri today and either. This is going to be. Hopefully nothing is out a little bit of time. Or if he's out. I mean if if it is bad as it looked totally It it that would be terrible news for the nba. Well then let me get to let me get to the other side of that. Which is if this are you telling me. This is a chronic condition that they are monitoring all the time so that means it. Could you know we go out. It's likely to go out. It's likely to be almost as bad on a day to day as it is. If you find out it's a tare. Right i mean he. He's he's not at full strength for any great length of time on my right eye. Who knows i mean yeah Maybe two weeks. Maybe two weeks arrest or three weeks. That's still a prognosis. That the lakers can can withstand But i remember before. I mean durant had something going on with that part of his body before he suffered an injury out for year and everybody said all is not related is related strain that they put on their bodies. It is all related like race sources. Now then they jump and they run in there so fast and their legs. Aren't you know what i'm saying. Their legs aren't strong enough to withstand all of the pressure. That i think that's true. You know i look at guy. Fear for the most zion williamson. I fear for him the most understandably so And and obviously anthony. Davis is a slimmer version. I mean he's a ton of weight right. They're certainly not overweight. Ever nope just you know. I just don't want bello. You know that would really impact the it would. They can't win. They can win if he if he doesn't play

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"belli" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"belli" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"belli" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"belli" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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More than 300 schoolboys abducted by gunmen in northwest Nigeria have been released, says Katsina State governor

Larry Elder

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

More than 300 schoolboys abducted by gunmen in northwest Nigeria have been released, says Katsina State governor

"The governor of Nigeria's casino state says more than 300 school boys abducted last week by gunmen in northwestern Nigeria have been released. Governor Amino Bello Massari made the announcement Thursday on Nigerian state TV and TA from his office in Katsina State. He said that 344 the students have been released and handed over to the security officers. Boco Haram has claimed

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National Public Lands Day with Ashley Lusk

Podcast Gumbo

03:06 min | 2 years ago

National Public Lands Day with Ashley Lusk

"Hey Paul Ashley here I am excited for you to tell me all about National Public Lands Day the only thing keeping me saying during the pandemic has been the ability to take my dog and my partner and get in our car and drive to the middle of nowhere and most often that middle of nowhere is usually a state or local or National Park and what I love about these public lands is that anyone can come for a very low price or no price and really find and discover the great outdoors. So Paul tell me more about what makes them so special. Thanks. Today September Twenty Six, twenty twenty is National Public Lands Day the reason I give you the date and year is because this National Day officially falls on the four Saturday of September every year the goal this day which started in Nineteen ninety-four is to volunteer your time by visiting your favorite public land and doing some good like repairing trails or electing trash due to the pandemic psalm not all annual events have been canceled but have no fear of course there are some virtual events I will put a link in the show notes to help you find one. If you do get to your favorite public spot, you can share your story using the public land's Day take. Today's first recommendation is from the she explores podcast it's an interview with advocate Katie Boue. She is an advocate for the outdoors, but Katie explains that she does a lot of our advocating using social media but she also make sure to note that you need to take your actions out into the real world. My guest today is Ashley Lusk. I know Ashley because she is the Co editor of the Bello Collective a publication about audio and podcasts. As a little side note, Bello is a wonderful community that anyone can join in converse with a lot of podcast. Loving people over slack. Outside her work with the Bello collective actually has developed audience strategies for shows like Dolly Parton some MERICA Radio Lab Nancy and great big story. Since. That's a lot of podcast options. I'm not sure. I, can pick just one. But if I must I give you one of my favorite radio lab episodes, it's called the punch line and it's about hockey goon. John Scott who ended up playing in the NHL are game against a lot of odds. You don't have to be a hockey fan to enjoy it. For a third episode, Ashley Recommends P Line from the California love podcast. Ashley says and I quote. California love is a gorgeous and wide-ranging series and I hope you listen to all the episodes but if you wanna see what makes it so special checkout P line an episode about a party line that became a hangout spot for Los Angeles Teens Unquote.

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What it Was Like to Interview James Kim

Inside Podcasting

06:24 min | 2 years ago

What it Was Like to Interview James Kim

"Pillsbury, this is a post show episode in which a special guest and I will chat about last week's episode in which I spoke with James Kim the creator of the fiction podcast moon face. I recommend listening to that episode. If you can before you listen to this. This one. It should be right behind this one in your podcast listening APP now. It's time for me to introduce the personal. Be Speaking with today I. Am so thrilled to have with me Elena. Fernandez Collins, and my guess is that many of my listeners may already know who you are, but please introduce yourself and explain what you're working on these days. Hey. It's really wonderful to be here. Yeah, I am a podcast critic and a journalist. I write for places like the Bello. Collective podcasts movement, and the AV club and I specialize in fiction podcasts, so I write a newsletter called audio dramatic. That's all about fiction podcasts, and that's kind of my big wheel house. I actually have a question for you about that. The reason why I wanted to have you on the show is we've met in person. We met at podcasts movement actually, and that was a thrill for me because I've seen I've gotten to know you on twitter and social media and the Bello collective slack but I'd never had a chance to actually get to know you. And obviously your interest in fiction made perfect sense for this episode, but I wanted to know. Have you always been interested in fiction, or did you have a phase where you're listening to nonfiction? How did you get into this space yourself? I started in fiction podcasts I, actually spent a long time, not listening to any nonfiction podcasts because they weren't my jam I'm the opposite of a lot of people that I have met in the industry. Yeah, I! Get the feeling from a lot of people that I talked to. And myself included in this that nonfiction has been the gateway for so many of us and that moving into fiction. For some reason you know there's hesitation around that, and in fact, I think that you wrote a piece that was sort of like how to entice people who aren't interested in fiction. to expose themselves to the genre isn't is that right and we did that? Come from the conversations you had with other people, and they would say i. just don't know where to start or I'm not really interested. Where did that come from? That's exactly where it came from. It came from. You. Know me telling people that I. Want to start talking about fiction podcasts online, which is kind of how this got started totally by accident, I had a lot of people who I wanted to talk about podcast with, but we were in like completely different universes of podcasting like I would try their stuff and getting them to try. My stuff was also really complicated, but both of it was just couldn't find like how to Rub along together and like figure out which. which topics we were really interested in or which styles we really interested in. and so I I learned a lot about how to link nonfiction and fiction together in the past few years so. Thank you for humoring me by answering a few of my questions I know I'm here to answer some of yours so. We. Shift gears now take it away. So I. You told Paul Condo. In the previous polls show that the choices that you make in who to interview, come down to a combination of your personal fascination or history and podcasting that you think your audience can learn from. So what made you want to interview James Like what specifically about James, audio and creative history like? Put Him on your list. Yeah. That's a great question. So in his case, it was definitely the fascination with what he had created. I will confess that I am someone who has. Listened primarily to nonfiction and I think one of the reasons is that. I've never been a science fiction fan and I've never been a fantasy fan in books that I read in television that I watch with the exception of Lord of the rings which I am obsessed by so I can go there right and I love Star Wars. So for the most part I've listened nonfiction and I. Think what really grabbed me about. What James was doing was that this looked like something that could be. That was realist that was based on his life that didn't have. You know spaceships. Are you know going on a you know some kind of fantastical journey and looked like I mean it's sort of how he describes it in our discussion, like look like the slice of life story, and then after that grabbed me and really what I saw was the video trailer that he had made, and I was intrigued by that because I hadn't seen many video trailers that looked like movie trailers for podcasts before, and then I did some due diligence, did some research and realized will one of the reasons why this is? Realist is because it is actually based on his experiences and. And, so I had been looking for something to dig into. That was fiction I want to explore a fiction and this felt like how this feels like. It's something that I think I would that would resonate with me, not because I'm obviously I can't walk in his shoes. 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Coronavirus For Kids, And The Science Of Soap

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

10:02 min | 3 years ago

Coronavirus For Kids, And The Science Of Soap

"You may have been hearing lately about something called Corona virus. Or maybe you've been hearing about Kovic. Nineteen many of you have been affected more than just by hearing about this new illness. In some regions and countries. Lots of things have changed. Big events like football or soccer matches concerts and community events have been postponed mosque. Church and synagogue services have been cancelled and schools and places where adults work have been closed. It can be confusing or worrying when normal life changes. If you are feeling a little concerned you should ask the adults in your life to help explain things but you should also that things are probably feeling confusing. And maybe a little overwhelming to your adults to most of us haven't been through something quite like this before and going to take all of us being calm and following the best advice of health professionals and our local leaders to get through this together today. We're going to answer questions. You've been sending us about corona virus in an effort to make sure you are informed and prepared not scared. We're putting this episode out. On Friday March Thirteenth Twenty twenty. The global situation is changing very quickly. But the information. We're going to give you today pretty relevant. Whether you're listening the day we put this out or maybe a week or two later or perhaps even later and as things continue to change you can continue to send us questions. You think we should answer. Let's start with corona virus. What it is and what Kovic nineteen means we asked Critique polly to help answer your questions about this virus critique it is an infectious disease doctor. Infectious diseases are illnesses. That are caused by a microorganism. Getting into your body micro means small so something really small. You can't see it. Some infectious diseases are passed from one. Human to another by insects. Like mosquito others are passed from person to person in other ways like by one person. Coughing or sneezing and another person breathing in those cough droplets. In the Air Dr Critic Acapella works on Infectious Diseases and she's actually one of the leaders of the Infectious Disease Society of America so she thinks about contagious illnesses a lot and she's been helping a lot of politicians health officials and others think about this new illness. That people are so worried about so she was really glad to get a chance to talk directly to you to kids about the questions. You have islanders. Henry I'm eight years old. I live in Oxford. Ohio and my question is why did the current ivars happen? Hi My name is Isla. I live in spokane Washington. I'm eleven years old in my question is what do scientists know about the corona virus? Hi I'm Evelyn. I'm seven years. Old From Kirkland Washington. And I'd like to ask what is the corona virus. What exactly is a corona virus? We keep hearing this word corona virus. What is that? Karma bowl is on part about large family of germs called viruses chronic viruses infect animals and some infect people so the one that is causing the big outbreak right now is one that index people and sometimes when this happens it can cause infections of our lungs also cause fevers coughing and shortness of breath. Hi My name is Nathan. I am five years old. I live in Washington and lie. Question is why of a different take of other current viruses. That kids might be familiar with if if we've gotten a cold. Is that a corona virus. Yes quarterback most commonly called what we think of as causing the common cold so people have had probably a corona virus already in their lives. If they've had the sniffles coffin. It's not allergies. If they've had a cold viral illness they may already have had a corona virus. So why are we concerned about Cova? Nineteen the disease that's caused by this new corona virus. Hello my name is Waitin' Four and a half years old eleven in Pennsylvania. My question is was the coon of why was bad. Hi My name is advocates are the venture cargo. I am five years old Miami Kelly. I'm an elephant Chicago. How did the corona virus become so powerful so toby nineteen is what we call a novel coronavirus and what the word novel means is that it's new and that people have not seen it before and that's why it's called? Colgate nineteen the coast and for Corona. The D. I. Vin is Virus Disease In nineteen. Because it first appeared in people in two thousand nineteen and because it's new and people haven't seen it before it's making people very sick. Is that because because people haven't seen it before none of us have developed any immunity to it. So we're more likely to get it if we come in contact with it because our body has no built up way to try to prevent us from getting it. Because everybody's never seen it before. Yes that's one reason so the bodies have never seen it before We don't have any way for our body to recognize and develop a immune response to it so none we can get very sick and that is one of the reasons we are so concerned about it because we have seen that some people Who can get this disease? Get very sick. You said that that lack of any immune response is one reason. Are there other reasons why humans are likely to get this one or why there's concern about humans getting it? Well one of the reasons we get concerned about humans getting it's not. We've seen that people who are older when they got it tend to get more sick and that is one of the reasons we are so worried about it. My name is Tara and I'm turning eleven and I live in New York City and my question is how do viruses mutate? Hi My name is Millie and eleven New Jersey and I was six years old and my question is. How did the current virus start? Where did this disease come from? We aren't exactly sure where the disease has come from. Belli's one thing. We are still working to understand but we do know that there are lots of viruses in the world and based on our best guess right now where other chronic illnesses come from we right now think that it may have come from bats and there may have been some sort of intermediate host and from there came to humans however that has not been confirmed yet and they are still working to identify where it came from so it may have come from an animal animal's could have had this before humans ever got it and somehow transferred from animals into the first humans who got it absolutely correct. How does this virus spread in people? Virus spreads mainly from people either sneezing or coughing by their droplets. So that is why it is important if you sneeze or cau- to cover your mouth so you can't spread it to other people if you cover your mouth with your hand while you cough and then you put your hand down on your desk or your table or hold hands with your friend. Can you transmit the virus that way? Well sort of so if your hand has a virus on it and then you touch your hand and then your hand to get scars on it and your friend than touches the mouth or the nose order is than they can give themselves the virus if they don't wash clean their hands before they touch their mouth their nose or there is so it's very important to wash your hands before touching your face and critique. Oh we mentioned a minute ago. That people who've had a cold have had a corona virus. What are the symptoms of this particular corona virus covert nineteen so the most common symptoms of this corona virus? Or going to be things that make you not feel very good so a fever a cough and feeling tired and having maybe some muscle aches. Those are the most common initial symptoms. You're going to have when you have this

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Mother of missing Idaho kids arrested in Hawaii

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02:10 min | 3 years ago

Mother of missing Idaho kids arrested in Hawaii

"Seven the mother of two missing Idaho children has been arrested in Hawaii ABC's Amy Robach as the latest on the case of Laurie valoe the forty six year old being brought in on a warrant issued by Madison County Idaho her husband Chad develop photograph nearby as his wife enters police custody had any comment on or getting arrested ABC news finding day bell following the arrest returning to the condo with the two have been state house arrest comes three weeks after she defied a court order to physically produce for children now she's facing multiple charges including two felony counts of desertion and non support of a dependent child we know it's a positive step for we also know that is as this news is bad news fastidious also because we still have children seventeen year old Kylie Ryan and seven year old Joshua JJ fellow had been missing since September according to the police press release Bello was also arrested on investigation of resisting or obstructing officers criminal solicitation to commit a crime and contempt of court can you show JJ state that's really only one wants to know the couple was recently seen at the kawaii airport fusing to answer questions about the missing children hello Dave bell fled Idaho and headed to Hawaii one day after authorities performed a welfare check looking for the kids Dave L. has written religious books and given speeches about what he describes as two near death experiences he married fellow late last year a few weeks after his wife of twenty nine years died and four months after her husband was shot to death by her brother police are now investigating day bills wife's death but JD's grandfather says he only wants one question answered J. J. Wurst tali tests at this point that's our questions so far there is no hearing date to give valid the choice of waving or fighting extradition back to Idaho where she does face a number of charges including a felony counts of desertion and non support of dependents children I think a lot of people are saying finally finally she's been arrested but still frustrated because we don't know where Kylian JJ

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Google Podcasts will soon have a website (and it'll run on iOS too)

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03:10 min | 4 years ago

Google Podcasts will soon have a website (and it'll run on iOS too)

"Google is prepping a web version of Google podcasts that works on desktop and on devices and the player is already live willing to our podcast in Google podcasts in the show notes and in our newsletter on any Android phone. It opens the pre installed Google podcasts player as normal while on iphone or desktop it. Now opens a web player nine to five Google reports that it also syncs playback position to your Google account. And you can ask your Google smart speaker to resume my podcast it still work in progress. It lacks any search method of subscribing downloads or front page as yet, but since these new links are entirely backward compatible with the old ones. And even now a better than the previous dumb versions. We've updated all our links from our podcast pages. Two points to this new player. Just search on pod news your favorite podcast pod. News. Cnet slash search and the Google podcast link. And here's our take the availability of a capable web player, which works with mobile safari. May mean an IOS app for Google podcasts is imminent. It should also mean that podcast links appear in all Google searches. Not just Google searches run from Android devices. The web view also fixes compatibility issues with the Samsung browser and opera on Android devices as well. This is all big and good news. The rain podcast business summit was a few weeks ago in New York. The website now contains audio from all of the individual sessions mind, the gap rebel base media worries about the gap between India and big podcasting wonders if it's a cause for concern. This Sunday is share your buds Sunday a opportunity for you to share your favorite podcast with a friend your ass to spread the word. There's. Link to a website in our show notes and our newsletter today, and you vertical podcast app has launched a bit. Cast dot FM is a social podcast app. Allowing you to tag, clap and share your favorite bits of tech podcasts. Also pulled being has updated it sap it. Now works on apple carplay by default. Our voice activated servants, Google assistant, Amazon, Alexa, and Siri are all female voices. Q wants to change that and they've developed what they call the world's first, gentleness voice. Have a listen high, and q the world's first gentlest voice assistant think of me like Siri or Alexa, but neither male nor female. I care is releasing cheap connected. Speakers powered by so NAS symphonic should be previewed early next month, two thirds of fashion. Brands have not yet discovered podcast advertising says in Europe port from the gallon Rupert Murdoch. Docs, News Corporation in Australia has launched newscast podcast unit. And the Bello collective says you probably won't make a lot of money as an independent podcast. But then give five reasons why you should do it anyway.

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Patreon says Sword and Scale's Mike Boudet can stay

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01:54 min | 4 years ago

Patreon says Sword and Scale's Mike Boudet can stay

"Least seventy five thousand dollars a month from patriot. And after a review patriot has decided that it's host Mike budet can remain on the platform in spite of his denigrating comments and social media, bullying we reported on Monday that wonder had sacked him from the network. He's also deleted all but sixty five of his tweets. More deletions from Twitter luminaries tone-deaf tweet about podcasts. Don't need ads which we also reported on Monday has finally been deleted tweet was in bad taste, the company admits we've taken it down. And we apologize to anyone. We offended the nine commandments. Have patriot. A new article from the Bello collective focuses on getting the most out of the crowd funding platform. My gallon has released the top podcasts for February the top three are unchanged. Ziprecruiter. Gyco. And indeed. Anchor has released a newly redesigned statistics dashboard, including a new metric estimated audience size as the average number of plays. Your episodes get within thirty days after publishing Pacific contents. Steve Pratt has interviewed Edison research is Tom Webster about the recent infinite. Dial data and pulled out ten big podcasting takeaways and in Brisbane in Queensland in Australia. Rainy Brisbane right now there's a workshop series for podcasting at the edge next to the Q three four hour workshops. We'll have you learning the ins and outs of recording editing hosting and distribution in podcasts today. Mcmillan's WTO is celebrating one thousand episodes unsubscribe is a new podcast that aims to help you unsubscribe from negatively, and we bumped into a podcast in our local coffee shop today, he had podcast stickers in blazoned over his laptop. And I think he's now got a pod news one two, and that's the latest. From our

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British Podcast Awards returns for 2019

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02:25 min | 4 years ago

British Podcast Awards returns for 2019

"The British podcast awards are back an injury on now. Open the British podcast awards have announced their return for two thousand nineteen entries. Open today for fifteen categories writer and critic Miranda Sawyer has been announced as the new chair of judges. We linked to a list of the winners from twenty eighteen in our show notes in our newsletter. This'll be the third year for the awards. Apple's quarterly financial figures now include total active users on iphone there are nine hundred million globally and therefore nine hundred million installations of apple podcasts analyst Benedict Evans estimates that two point five billion Google, Android phones. Which all have the Google podcasts player installed if not the full app and a further six hundred million in China patriots, having system difficulties and podcasters and others have been waiting longer than usual for payouts. The site is being taken down for maintenance at times over the last few days. The hoping to have sorted payment. By the end of. Tomorrow. And if it helps our payments came in three hours ago, the impending launch of pulse fan membership for podcasts was announced on February the first it's like patriot. But specifically for podcasts says developer, Jaime Perkins. It has a different payment model to you can reserve your pod fan URL today, though. So Spotify buying Gimblett. Kevin Goldberg shares his thoughts pointing out that apple has been mostly complacent on their podcast strategy hardly innovating. They're up slow rolling their hyped analytics and overall squandering them massive headstart, Eric and L E from the Bello collective have conversation about whether it's a good thing or not and radio executive Steven Martin makes an interesting point on Twitter. He asks does this mean that Gimblett podcasts could contain commercial music at least within Spotify? It could mean he says the advent of a new class of podcast one that benefits music owners Edison research. Revealed that we're listening to less of our own music tracks both CDs and threes five years ago. Thirty eight percent of all Americans aged thirteen and over listens to owned music at some point each day today this is fallen by one third to twenty five percent. The company promises a further blog post to explain where all this listening has gone

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