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The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast
"brian campbell" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast
"You're looking at 7 years. Before you're legit, and that's because the players you draft are going to take their 18, 1920, most cases before they even get in the league. And then a couple of years past that before they start to really find their stride. That's 5 years. And that's if it works. They've got unrestricted free agents. Dominic kubelet, Calvin de Haan, Marc Andre fleury. They'll get a draft pick for Ryan Carpenter because he's a functional fourth line player. But they got to move them all. Yeah. Looks like Brian Campbell, the old, you know, the retired defenseman and is really tight with Davidson. He's going to be in the front office in a significant role there. They've had lots of time to plan for this. Davidson's has been the interim general manager almost the whole season. And you know the part of their meetings are, okay, if I get, if I get to take over full time, what are we going to do? And the times now. But I think the cane tapes stuff for you for your question. And even Seth Jones, if that's part of the deal, that stuff's more summer than deadline. I think. Yeah. And you have to massage your way through that with no move contracts and all that. Sure. David pyle has come out, general manner of the Nashville predators. And has made it abundantly clear that their focus is on extending Filip forsberg. There's preliminary talks, not a lot of progress made in the dialog with Philip forsberg's agent. When you look at him statistic and again, because he's a pending unrestricted free agent, that's where the speculation comes from. Could he hit the market? If he hits the market, then Nashville is in big trouble, right? Do they make their diamonds? If he hits the market, they're done. Yeah. How do you explain that to ownership? Because for the most part, I mean, they've come back down to earth here in the second half, but they had a good first half of the regular season. Put themselves. Now, how does David poyle explain it? Or how do I explain it? Well, I'm more interested in your explanation because well, because David Boyle's way is going to be different than mine. My way is going to say, the reason we couldn't find forsberg is because we have Matt duchene and Ryan johansen had $8 million a year. Right. And both of them are way overpaid. And we have Roman yossi 9 million. So forsberg has to fit in between those numbers. That's how you would explain it. I'm not sure the general manager that's made those trades and signings is going to explain it the same way. Well, and to your point, you know, and you can always pontificate, but JP Barry CA, all the big hitters in the agent world. They've done their math. They've done their comps on all of these things, right? And if forestburg were go to the where to go to the open market, I think they strongly believe he'd get 9 plus. So is he willing to leave money on the table because Roman UC needs to be the human salary cap on the national predators. We're about what he believes there, right? There's lots of this to it. How does he get along with the coach?.
"brian campbell" Discussed on Discover Lafayette
"Choice and five hundred dollars spending money to go along with it so of course here today or caroline. Brian who. I can't wait to hear this story. Thank you for joining me on discussing a lot for having. She's oh it's my honor even making the news a lot. Carol and i. I had the pleasure before today of meeting. Dr brian campbell. But you wanted to make sure that he was here to get in the message. Not only about the school of kinesiology but you know the opportunities that students such as your your son. David have when they go through that. So dr brian campbell. And i will call you brown. Excuse me why don't you start. And maybe tell us about you and how you ended up before i get to me because i'm sure nobody wants to hear the biography of a guy from dell com- but buh carol and i'm gonna have to lead off with this one time someone said well how good of a salesman itihi and i said well she could sell holy wanted to the devil himself like she's good. She's good she really is that you know the the word that's going to keep coming up. I'm gonna get into my background real quick just family we're family. We like to consider ourselves family and not just intrinsically in the department but with the tross claire family as well with what. We're going to talk about today. So i'll start off with our our side of the family. Kinesiology side kinesiology is human movement studies. And i have a doctorate in in bio mechanics. I'm dyslexic by by trade. So i can't spell bio mechanics but i understand in three dimensions. I can see vectors and physics and an allusions of motion. And so when when when i was in college athletic training major and i took a class and not struggled struggle. Seize every night. i'd get a b. And i took a class called anatomical kinesiology and i made the highest grade in that class fascinated i i just thought god was messing with me live right like hey watch this and just and my friends were struggling in that class. And i was like guys. This is the easiest class. I've ever taken in my life now back then. I didn't know i had this. I didn't know that my mind was made to see those kind of things and after that class. I said that's what i wanna do for a living. Wow i want to teach students. I want them to see what i can see. And and so fast. Forward a decade. Later and i'm teaching my passion class at the university that loved to teach and that i wanted to teach and i'm giving out my exams and exam one the first time ever. I had a perfect score first time and so of course you know. I'm not paying attention to the muscle. Bound guy in the back and i'm like david cross clear whereas the nerd in. Yeah yeah. yeah. I'm expecting like someone like president and the he just modestly just put his hand not like me in fact it was almost like. Don't make a big deal. And so i was. I was like. I need to know this kid and come to find out. He has a similar kind of view on things he he loves physics because he can see physics he he he just it. It came easy to after class..
"brian campbell" Discussed on Proof
"And when i returned to the question of how chartreuse has been able to endure for so long given all of the trials and tribulations of history matt had this to say there's something about chartreuse that it just won't ever go away you know and maybe it's a little bit of history. Maybe it's the mystery. Maybe it's as simple as the taste. And steve who made the chartreuse pina colada said i think that it has the ability of having transport of tastes that it takes you to a certain place as a taste. Memory that it it. It's it produces the color and of itself. I mean they named the color chartreuse. I think after the liqueur that's like how important that is. Part of why i think chartreuse has managed to withstand the blows of history is because its existence continues to yield great stories. Remember my source from the beginning of the episode who described the taste of chartreuse from that blog. Well his name is tim master. And he's the head importer of chartreuse at frederick waldman and sons where matt the chartreuse ambassador works. Tim is matt. Spas spend a day in the forest. Collect everything you can infuse it into a hundred and ten proof booze shotgun it into your mouth tim recalls the time when he took a bunch of american bartenders to lacrosse chartreuse. They were invited to lunch with brother. Jean-jacques one of the monks currently entrusted with the chartreuse recipe. They ate at the caretaker's home near the monastery. But i remember a question from sean shack saying why am i so busy. Why am i making so much. Searchers what are you doing. The united states that has meat not praying as much as i was and i remember one of them said one of the guys said we. We cocktails what's cocktail you. You'd never had never had a cocktail on. How do you drink. Archers street or with ice brother says and all of a sudden i see like just is led. Tim then remembers one of the bartenders. Rummaging through the caretakers fridge and finding some ice while others went out in search of herbs and lo and behold there happened to be a pineapple may end up making a chartreuse smash smash for the month a chartreuse smash mint lemon juice chartreuse pineapple ironically. It's kinda the same ingredients for the swamp water as matt remarked when he first told me about this anecdote. Let's go on both sides. The monks are tight lipped about their recipe and the invention of cocktails from the outside world was well unbeknownst to amok me. What a fascinating story. And you're totally right across really does standstill as the world turns pretty much. So what's the last word on the spirit. That just wouldn't die. Should we go and try some kevin. I'm super excited. Let's do it. Got a nice glass but some just on the rods by putting an amount. That's like no bigger than the length of your pinky into the glass. Because any more of that and your word. It's not going to be a good night. I am blessed to have a very tiny pinky so good for me all right here. We go opening up this bottle of church. Truce all right. If anything happens to my wife and my son that i love them all right okay. Come by here go folks. Oh my goodness. Wow while i mean this in the best way. It's like a really sophisticated mouthwash. I don't know but it's it's really good. I mean there is something minty and bushy you know. It's it's an herb garden that i'm getting. It's not as bad as i thought. I mean i thought it was going to be like I thought it was going to be you. Know strongest vodka you know and like just burn my mouth but it's really mellow and Yeah it's really complex but it's also super refreshing as well. Wow are you love that you picked up on that. Yeah so that's the power of these like one hundred thirty ingredients and all that time that those monks spent on. Rnd right like they really wanted you to get the mouth feel right and i think they did. You know might take away. You may is that. I'm really privilege to be tasing this especially hearing the back story and the fact that really. There's no reason. I should be having this drink in my hand today. And yet it's still stands. I'm really glad you introduced me. And thanks for bringing us. The story cares. If you like proof be sure subscriber every. Listen so you'll get new episodes soon as they drop while you're there why not leave us a rating or write us a review. It really helps other people find the show. This episode approve is hosted by me. Kevin pang at a podcast is made by the following cast of characters. I knew me rocky managing producer. I'm executive producer caitlin kelleher. I'm senior producer. Caroline record armchair johnson. And i'm the associate producer. I'm bridget lancaster. Creator and the founding host and producer scoring sound design and mixing by map boynton and anya exotic of ultraviolet audio. Brian campbell of signals sounds composer theme music. Additional music by cal forster and jordan. Pearson lewis is our director post production and our line producer is diane knocks fact checking and additional research by angela special. Thanks solutions aon donuts. Fan rui and your zebra needs for their voice acting in this episode. Thanks also to bartender. Extraordinary chantal sang and to kc skeens for contributing to you means knowledge for this story. Thanks also to dan fishman and a hotel and john. Mccormick for supporting. You means cocktail track. Bishop is the chief creative officer of america's test kitchen and david found is america's test kitchen ceo. Thanks to sponsors for this season oxo naked wines veroni and porter road. Proof is a production of america's test kitchen. We'd like to hear from you about how proof is doing. Take our show survey in the episode description and get a thirty percent off coupon code for america's test kitchens online shop..
The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani
"brian campbell" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani
"He's professional you know what i mean tires professional. He's never going to push shove or or start. Something like that. He'll he'll he'll jaw jacket a guy but you're not going to see him like shove anybody. That's just not any entire is. He's a professional. So i actually thought maybe the fury thing we pop off and then it ends up being obviously the two camps and to his credit not that it makes it any better. But you know when i when i saw jake real briefly after the presser as he was leaving with his team he basically said you know. No one's everyone's in the wrong here. Everyone look stupid. And he's right. I mean listen. The idea of the day i agree. You don't. I don't care who you are. You don't start jawing with the guy's mom. I mean i don't care i know. She's going to be his fiercest advocate and as big as fast. She's supposed to be it's his mother That's when you stop talking. Okay i gotcha be done with it. Keep you shout tire and keep shot in. He got shot his coaches whatever. You don't shout. The guy's mom And that should have been the end of it. But it wasn't they kept going and then that's when it got really ugly and Yeah like i said. I mean again. Maybe it's because. I saw them on the sister get involved with. I was like okay. We're about does some thrown here as we said. Just pure chaos. I have to read this off a tweet from our old buddy luke thomas over at the showtime team quote. I just spoke to tyrants mom. Brian campbell astra of someone put hands on her and her response was well is he. Dead mama woodley. What a gem she is. What a treasure that. You got a lover. I have to say this just just this whole week. Especially today i have really enjoyed non weight cut. Fight week tyron woodley. Like he is totally different man this week than we've seen from of fight weeks when he's on the verge of death usually trying to get to that hundred seventy pound limit. He had some really great lines today. I felt he. He was kind of bringing the heat in his opening remarks. And you could tell that. He is just totally unfazed by this whole situation. I would say he's almost like bemused by in a weird way and to me. It's a very interesting contrast to what we saw from the last five right. We're we're ben. Aspirin bhaskar had somewhat of a similar demeanor. But he was almost like someone. Who's just kind of. I don't know like annoyed to be babysitting in a weird way if that makes any sense it. Meanwhile tyrants out here talking and acting like he is in a mental state to just murdered a human being and that was just dialed up to even more a hundred. After all of this theatrics today damon. You were there if you if you're scoring this afternoon around. Who won today team woodley team. Paul how how you frame and this you know what's going into you know tyrants tyrants obviously trash talk with guys before he's not he's not he's not above or below that he's trash talk with guys and gotten over on guys and trash-talking. I've heard him zing. Some guys pretty good. It's been hilarious in the past. But i'll be honest jake. Paul is a social influence of her reason. That's what he does. I mean this is kind of his thing. So i thought jake's probably going to get the better of him in the press conference and then we'll see what happens in the fight I think tiring dot one on him today. I think he had a couple of good lines in there. And jake was kind of having a good time and kind of play in a bit of the promoter You know kind of pumping up. Amanda surata which was great. You know calling her. The komen events which i thought was awesome by the way Giving her that kind of status and doing all the things he should be doing but he was kind of having fun out there tiring was all about business and you could tell like they would have fought right now. Tire would have been swinging like immediately. He was ready to go. So i kind of lean towards tired for this one because not only he not get you know not only did he not get taken by the social influence guy. The guy who's supposed to the guy that's supposed to get the better of him in these kind of altercations He came across really strong. He looked focused. And then like. I said man when you mess with his mom. Do you might as well just back out of there because that guy. I'll say tire will again. I might tire. I like the times got a chance to france. And god who comes down to his mom right there because i do throw down and rightly so so in that regard gotta give it to get into to would what about you ak takeaways from just the whole proceedings. What we saw. Who won this. I was so impressed with taryn woodley. Today he's been good at press conferences before but this was. I mean this is a totally different beast like this kind of press conference boxing. It's freakshow boxing. It's not another fighter. It's someone on a different almost coming in from a different plane of existence. A different plane of reality. This youtube return boxer. So i thought he had himself really well. He didn't let jake. Paul talk over him. That's a big one. That's that's that's a huge one. I think when you're dealing with a guy like this. His lines felt fresher. Paul has a tendency to repeat himself at press conference which is fine again. He comes from a meme culture where you want to feel like you have a good catchphrase or good line. You kind of want to drill it over and over again. So that your your fan. Base kind of absorbs it. So that's fine. That's how he how he works. But i think anyone who's kind of paying closer attention to this one saw. That will was really calm. He was tagged from a bunch of different angles. I'm just looking at some of the stuff that we tweet have. Mark count I like you said like oh. You're you're training partners. We went easy on you. None of them want to hurt you that that was a great way to come. Don't wanna lose the bag. They don't wanna lose the bag. And it's like i got even if you're like any of your objective and you're on the fence who's making more sense here. You hear that. Yeah they probably don't He made fun of the robot. Which again i don't approve of. But he said he said you come out with that dumb ass robot. Do whatever you want. you're going to get knocked out. And then he closed really good line. us dude wipes he said i should have brought him some dude wipes to clean himself up after i knocked the s. word out of him on sunday so really nice volley from from woodley. I think as we kind of said because paul's also playing the promoter he's kind of having to wear a bunch of different hats. He wasn't like super focused on trash-talking woodley. He might have contradicted himself. A little was saying like. I respect him one second the next. I don't respect them so again. You know if you're a fan of either guy it's probably not gonna change your opinion. You're like you're not gonna like oh what would lease was better. We'll do more. Or oh paul israel the camps are going to be what they are but the state but for us..
"brian campbell" Discussed on Proof
"Thanks to haley gray for bringing us. The story owned by the way. I was able to order some crackers from lulu. They're really great if you're interested massacre on instagram. She's at lose gourmet crackers that's l. u. l. s. gourmet crackers and you can check out nadia's recipes for classic palestinian dishes on her instagram. She's a nadia tamale. That's an a. T. o. m. a. l. i. e. h. And finally we'd like to hear from you about how proof is doing. Take our show survey in the episode description and get thirty percent off coupon code for america's kitchens online shop. If you like proof be sure to subscribe wherever you listen. So you'll get new episodes as soon as they drop. While you're there why not leave us a rating or write us a review and really helps other people find the show this episode is hosted by me kevin pang and a podcast is made by the following cast of characters. I'm you rocky the managing producer. I'm executive producer caitlin kelleher. I'm senior producer. Caroline record arm terrence johnson. And i'm the associate producer. I'm bridget lancaster. Creator and the founding host and producer scoring sewn designed and mixing by ma- pointing and anya exertion of ultraviolet audio. Brian campbell of signals sounds composer theme music. Additional music by cal. Forster at jordan pearson. Margolis is our director oppose production and our line producer is diane knocks fact checking an additional research by july special. Thanks to nadia tamale lulu a bora and omar abdullah for sharing their stories and to mira omar zanu tamale and ayman a for their help with the story into a met alba's for translations track. Bishop is the chief creative officer of america's test kitchen and david westbound is america's test kitchen. Ceo thanks to our sponsors for this season oxo naked wines veroni and porter road. Proof is a production of america's test kitchen..
The Clapper Report
"brian campbell" Discussed on The Clapper Report
"Bring that conversation surface. Not stop talking about it. I hope that case swept over the blackhawks now like Did you see. I forgot who was beneath mentioned. This really quick. Yeah whatever his name. I feel bad saying that. But whatever his name is Shit there's a blackhawk player from the two thousand ten mile. Yes yes you sent me this in. Dm's right yeah. I want to bring up his back to five. Okay founded Nick boynton odd that you know. They asked me who knew and i gave them names. Basically everybody on the team new. I said everybody fucking knew about it. I said you can talk to the coaches. I said talk to torch who their former assistant. I called out. Brian campbell and said talk to patrick sharp and talk to patrick kane. The training staff knew everybody fucking new and this echoes. Because how do you not know about that. And then apparently people talking about how like the victims is getting harassed. And it's like why the hell did a the so. Many people know and estander after ten years. That's insane to me like it's it's it's sickening. Hockey coaches fucked. It's sickening it's like it's it's how can you watch a fire and walk away from it. How can you watch somebody being attacked and walk away from me. How can you watch. Somebody be sexually assaulted know about it and just look the other way like there's so many people involved at this point and maybe like oh it's above me. It's above me. Somebody else should take. Somebody has to take care of it or if somebody but like somebody has to stand up somebody has to say like yo enough's enough and for it to be under wraps for ten years no like i mean. The patrick sharp know that he he went and played on. He went and coached an under twelve team under eighteen team. I don't know. I don't know maybe he did. Maybe he did it. But somebody in that organization if everybody fucking knew somebody in that organization had to have known that he was teaching an under eighteen team like doesn't that doesn't that spark a little bit of like a accountability new to say like red flag. Like hello. this guy was just doing this with with full on adults and was able to do that in a major league organization and keep it under wraps Now he's going to a small town with eight hundred eighteen year. Old kids doing this. Yeah exactly like there's no like there's no accountability in anybody in this organization. And it's a it's really disheartening. And you know not to keep harping on a burgh robert but he was an artist should be harped on but like like there's other people involved as trying to say boy he him him in particular and then for him to give now this logan kid of fucking break like come on come on lately like you give speaks for how long men like you've been given how many breaks like no no. It's it's disgusting. It's sick it's it's it it shouldn't happen and it does. That's a sickening part. And i think. I think another person is getting swept under the rug about this is kevin shoveled off from the wind patriots. The gm how he was also on the team at that point how he knew. And nobody's talking about him. Why isn't the nhl saying anything. Like where's gary bettman. Where we're going to do all the we're going to do all these things all these things for seattle..
"brian campbell" Discussed on WSB-AM
"And back to the morning drive. Big delays Mark McKay into and through downtown Atlanta. Scott on both sides of the connectors. 75 85 North Struggle for 1 66 at the John Lewis Freedom Parkway heading south through midtown and downtown 75 Delays begin at Northside Drive and the 85 400 quarter is stacked up down to 17th Street, Coupled in traffic. 95.5 ws Governor Brian Campbell join us tomorrow on the land is 12 years to talk about the G B Gang Task force report. Atlanta's morning news continues meanwhile, that it's Eric von Hessler and four minutes news weather traffic 95.5 W S. B, Atlanta's news and tall I had nine o'clock. I'm Marcy Williams live on the WSB 24 hour news Centre Georges among the states experiencing a rise in covid cases of 50%, or more due to the rapidly spreading delta. Very they attend to occur in families where the entire family is unvaccinated. And really, this can take off off as we are seeing across the The unvaccinated community. Atlanta based CDC director Russia, Wollensky tells CBS this morning Averting another covid spike is entirely within our control. Worried about every demographic that has low vaccination range. George is among the least vaccinated states at 39% Surgeon General Vivek Murthy has issued an advisory the first to visit administration to warn the public about what he calls the urgent threat of health misinformation. He says it's threatening the U. S response to Covid 19 and prolonging the pandemic. Reporter CAMI McCormick says two thirds of unvaccinated Americans have heard at least one vaccine myth, Tennessee's fired vaccine chief tells CNN someone mailed her a dog muzzle. Before she was terminated. Dr. Michelle Fiscus notified state Homeland Security, but she's keeping it as a souvenir. Dr Fiscus believes she was let go in a conservative backlash over outreach to minors to get the covid vaccine. Georgia family see the first installment of expanded child tax credit starting today as much as $3600 a.
WGR 550 Sports Radio
"brian campbell" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Dot com experts and now he's behind only Patrick Mahomes. I think it was Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady and Russell Wilson and then Allen at five. And that's It's kind of sad When you think about that. I know fans will be back for the regular season. That's awesome. But the build up to camp I think going out there this year. The buzz the You know, fans in the stands watching practice and just everything surrounding this team. It's been such an exciting off season two majorities point They kept the band together. I didn't think they were going to do that. They kept Milano. You know, they kept the two offensive life. They signed their key free agents. They lose Brown, but they bring in Sanders. So, with all of that being said This would have been a camp that we have not experienced in 30 years, and it's from that standpoint, I'm bombing because we can't be out there watching the team prepare. Seeing the fans interact with the players and Seeing that, you know, the love affair up close and personal, and that won't be there. Now. I wonder if they will. Fans will get a practice where they can come. Yeah, they could this camp. I know that. I know they're talking about it. But that will be fun of at least the fans can get out there for a practice. Yeah, and it could pull it. I mean, for sure you could do it in the stadium if you wanted to do and it would be in the stadium if they did it. Yes. Yeah, it would take a little right. They would have to From a physical standpoint of stands and access to the practice fields. It's just let's put him in the stadium, and I think there are a number of teams, um, just basically seeing stories over the last week or so at pro football talk dot com. You're seeing all these little stories about Hey, such and such team is going to hold 10 open practices and this team's holding six open practices. I think you're you're seeing teams kind of adjust where maybe training camp used to be fully open, But it's not. So they're like the Steelers for one thing, Like like the Bills. You know the bills aren't going to Pittsburgh. Steelers go to. I think it's Latrobe, right? I think it's Latrobe, Pennsylvania, always go away to camp. Well, they're not this year, So I think some teams that typically have open practices or go to a camp location like the Bills do if they're not doing that. I think they're trying to adjust. And if they're working out at their regular facilities, their stadium at least have some open practices. So defense have some access. Speaking of that, too. I know the Sabres are going to do a draft party, also for season ticket holders. But it's a limited amount so season ticket holders are getting a letter in the mail today. You know about this year and and and, uh, everything that's available to them, and I know that's going to be involved in the letter to so any season ticket holder that Would like to be part of the draft party down at the arena. Uh, that information will be in your packet that you're going to get today. When do we, uh, I'm trying remember when When would we hear about like individual tickets and all that stuff when the schedule will come out eventually. But what about what's the schedule comes out. I would think I haven't heard too much about that. Most of what Was talking to people about what we're season tickets, but usually it's not too far after that, But I think that you need to have a schedule because Um, you know, with the analytic pricing that they do, Uh, you remember, you know, last year and it's going to be just like last year, no changes. Uh, the end. The saber shoot on twice is going to be more expensive than the other end. If you're on the glass, it's going to be more expensive. They they've done extensive re analytic research. On the good places in an arena to be what But you know, where is the better place to be? Maybe charge a little more for that ticket that you would for a place in the arena That's not as desirable. So you so you get it that way? Uh, you know, of course, depends on opponents. They've done that for years. You know, with the pricing on opponents, that type of thing, so I would think when we're talking about individual tickets, you know they're going to have to know. The opponents before they're going to be able to get into that I look forward to if I go was traded when Michael is traded. I look forward to see how they priced that game. When? When Michael and his new team come back into Buffalo to play the sabers. I don't know if that will be. Yeah, I don't know if that's a got the old gold level game or not. I guess it depends on where he ends up, you know, And it's 100% that Eichel and Brian Hart get booed, right? I mean, Oh, my goodness. Absolutely. Remember when Brian Campbell like was almost in tears, saying, Please don't boo me when I come back. He was really upset was he didn't want to. He didn't want to be trading. You don't want to leave. Yeah, I know. That's so funny. I mean, that's the thing. Prayer didn't want to leave either, but the Sabres didn't want them. I mean, they didn't want to give. They didn't want him. They didn't want to give him a contract until they found out that Briere wasn't coming back. Or Drury wasn't coming back. And then they all of a sudden. Oh, Daniel. Yeah, we actually do want you. It's like, No, I don't think you do. Yeah. Yeah, It's too bad. Yeah, I don't. I mean, yeah, it's going to happen, so they're not going to run an Eichel tribute video, or would they run and Michael and Ryan are tribute video to? I think they would. Yeah, Okay, usually do that with almost everybody there, and then they'll get booed during the tribute. Well, Paul, I said almost It was one Jason Pominville. That's right. Yeah, Yeah, that it wasn't that a Darcy thing he noticed. I don't know. Paul. Was that a Darcy Absolutely went Bizerte when he found out that day. The Sabres were going to do that. And some people got berated. They got their ears wrong. It was and to this day I don't know what his problem was. Yeah, I guess he thought it would make him look bad. Um I don't know why. Yeah, right. Common rules hurt by it. I mean, they did it. The next time he came back because there's so much criticism. You know, it's kind of like, kind of like cost at fighting..
WGR 550 Sports Radio
"brian campbell" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Will forever be the guy that traded away in one of our best players in franchise history. They've got a lot of GMs that have traded away. Great players. You know, bottle trades away O Reilly, and he might not be one of the greats in franchise history. But you've got Dwight Hash chick You've got right. Darcy trades away. Brian Campbell. Darcy didn't write didn't resign. Briere nor Drury. You know, like you. You've got a lot of players in the history of the French. Michael Peca was traded, right? Mm hmm. It's a It's a thing. One thing that I would say and this is something I think to always look for what message stays despite people changing And that came out yesterday to which is something Ralph Krueger said. An awful lot that Adams said again yesterday so important that we have open communication we have. We have great communication. We don't have great communication here. He went on to talk about it again, which means I mean, I think it's a pretty safe bet that comes from ownership. Owners to the owners. Communication is a very important word. Yes, right. Very important word between the GM and the coach between those guys and ownership, the GM and the coach and the players, Right. Hey, Dan. Bosma. Go have a you know. Was it plasma who, Murray said needs to be in the locker room having a cup of coffee with the players every now and then. Yeah. I think that is a buzzword in the for the coach or how whatever it looks like they are. They want to be seen as an organization where everybody's on the same page and Lockstep or synergy or a lot of different ways to say it, But I mean Ralph when they would be losing four games in a row. You talk about how everybody's buying in the communication is tremendous. Okay, thanks. You know, okay. Yeah, well, the results weren't showing on the ice. So you can course doesn't miss the whole point You could buy in. You could like a guy. I mean, it sounds like a number of the guys liked Ralph Krueger personally, but it was a disaster in terms of a coaching situation, so likability and all that stuff buying in goes out the window if you're not actually producing on the ice, but they bought into Granado from what Kevyn Adams said yesterday. So they have that going forward, I guess. It's a Friday morning. We have some other stuff to get to as well. But of course, we opened up the Sabres Zoom call yesterday. Paul is going to join us at seven. Talk a little bit more about that. We'll get in on the There's not much really new to report. About Jack Eichel, but we'll talk a little bit about that as well. We'll talk NHL draft on the show. Today We are three weeks away from the NHL draft round one of the NHL draft. Ryan Wagman will join us from McCain's hockey at 8 30. And, uh, let's see what else I don't know. We'll come up with other stuff. Over the course of the day we have win cash coats. So we try and give away $1000 A and three times during the show 80305 50 to join us 8885 52 5 50 with whatever is on your mind sabers or something else You can share an opinion all morning on W. G. R. You're listening to Howard and Jeremy on the home of the Bills. W G R Sports radio 5 50 all sports all the time. Who have we all had a little trouble social distancing from here's a clue..
A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach
"brian campbell" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach
"Kind of roman style or lots of different parts of italy have have different versions which is You boil it in Kinda poaching it in wine white wine and water and then cook it until it soft and then bread and fry and it's just this delicious kind of creamy crunchy artichoke flavored Dash that that we just love is probably one of my favorite things to eat in the fall. It's interesting It's also beautiful plant. I think i mean. I haven't said the one beautiful huge growth three or four feet For people who have grown artichokes they look very similar if not a little bit bigger And some people grow them just just as ornamental state they do flour similarly artichokes a little smaller and rounder The buds beautiful big purple kind of showy flowers that pollinators love and flores love. Actually so yeah. It's a great one. Yeah we have several minutes left tonight. I wanna make sure that i. I didn't know that. I was one of these. Until i read it. On your description of your being sampler it says that in italy tuscany are sometimes referred to as monge off a jolie the bean eaters and beans every day. They have about one hundred years so apparently. i'm a amman. Jeff jolie yeah and and i'm not dead. The term might be a little derogatory. I'm not sure But there is a there is a long history in tuscany of of Cultivating and eating beans as sort of a staple part of the cuisine and Like you we a lot of beans and our diet. We have been a vegetarian family for just about forever so Legumes feature pretty pretty prominently and Again we just fell in love with the regional diversity on display When we visited and and from what we've learned There's a lot of varieties that are boarded on that talion ark of taste That are very localised. Production and Treasured both locally and throughout italy and beyond And so we.
A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach
"brian campbell" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach
"Hard to imagine as we just come into the hot months that will ever go there but this time of year when everyone's still on the spirit and fava beans but it is really the time that you need to start thinking about that this fall crops. Because it's when you need to start selling seats for him and that one is Is isn't that in the slow food ark of taste list isn't that It's a precious thing that doesn't isn't widely grown. And i think it could use more people growing it is that is that credit is. Yeah it does on the slow. Food's ark of taste It's it's very localized. Our friend andrea of smart east grew up. You know very close to their and had never even heard of it until a friend of his to his attention and it's also something that is almost never It's it's not a see that you could buy like in a seed catalog in italy A lotta these real regional specialties. They kind of exist outside of commercial seed world and maintained by the growers. That grow them so it is a bit unusual for somebody like under a and that is one that his projects is is collecting these Really localized treasures. That are likely threatened Just for from an aging out farming population and Traditions changing their One of his projects is to start collecting some of these Really regional specialties. And working with them in modern breeding context and selling seeds to try and promote people to keep growing them. Yeah keep them alive. Nestle smarties again. That i mentioned in the beginning is one of the partners in this store. Chano project and he's A northern italy based seed breeder and. What's so great. Is that with all the seed in this project. It's organic seed and for those people who haven't listened to me say this a million times before it's so important that we support organic seed but also like any living organism seed is over. The generations is adapted to the conditions that experiences. And so if you're an organic gardener and you're not gonna feed this stuff fertilizer spray it when a pest shows up organic seeds gonna be your best seat. I think to grow right. It's it's it's appropriate for an organic garden. So it's great that you have this available..
A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach
"brian campbell" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach
"And that time is is pretty much the end of june two. Maybe the first week of july for most of those varieties so you're shooting to have transplants to put out into the garden by maybe the end of july And then they'll they'll do that growing through august and into september and then the the heading up really takes that shortening day Shortening days of fall to really develop those those nice heads for the heading varieties and to to fill in and again The like brassica fog brassica kale's and cabbages the the real cool nights and and sting at night is really an important aspect of Developing the sweet flavors and really improves the quality of the final. The final product. I'll give you the transcript of this. I'm gonna give the link to the longer time story which we really just moved into ridichio. And the reason being that. I i i wanna just there. Were some other things in the catalog. Some of our in this new assortment in some otherwise that i've seen on your instagram Like i've grown leaf broccoli's i call it l. or speaker l. Oh i don't know how you're supposed to pronounce it but a different one and it has a great story to and i don't know if people have tried leaf broccoli but it's wonderful. Yeah yeah so we we actually sell to We we do sell the speaker l. o. and then The one that's part of the gustav project is a a really localized regional specialty In the in the benneteau in that same region that The ridichio comes from. And it's called feel ara decree iso and that is from A village there and has that similar people who aren't familiar with leaf broccoli It doesn't make Up ahead of buds. Which is with the broccoli. Head is but rather it's eating more like Kale collards brassica green and the feel. Ro is named Such because what's known as you which are these branches so it branches heavily and makes these of clusters of leaves and they have just a real delightful flavor again Especially after frost they sweeten up and sauteed they're they're very tender and delicious and it's kind of a different brassica flavor profile than you're used to from kale's collartoo those things. Yes it is it surprising because you know again. When first time i grew it. I didn't know what to expect a flavor would be but it is distinctive i. It's a wonderful thing and when would you. How late can we saw. Can we do another sewing of that for the fall. I mean it's less. It's less time sensitive than the radio is and that it is a brassica. it will grow kale. you can grow it any time of year but in italy is grown exclusively in the fall. And that's how we grow it here just because it is those cool nights of fall that really bring out the the sweetness and really develop the flavor so We try to so it In probably the beginning of july is fine. End of june is fine We do transplants for that as well. You couldn't direct so if that suits how you grow things in your garden But we're we're shooting to start harvesting those wants to nights start getting.
A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach
"brian campbell" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach
"So what kind of blew me away when we again when i first contact to you and he started doing the research for the story the time story like i didn't even know i of former friends and they might grow two kinds or three kinds or sometimes just one kind but most people only know the one from the supermarket if they know any and as as you told me that's the one that sometimes shredded up into those bag baby salad mixes. It's dark purple red in color and kind of looks like a small head of cabbage. One type in. Its this this chicory. It's a cultivated chicory that But has all these diverse types and that was so amazing. It's so they're so beautiful. I didn't know most of them. Yeah they are so beautiful and some of them you know. Often they're described as you know in terms of flowers like the council front types. They often called the tulip of winter. And there's another type from. Yeah that's called the rose of winter so there these beautiful forms Real diversity of shapes Diversity of you know to the extent that they are bitter which is one of the factors that tends to turn. People off is not knowing How to manage that flavor. That is sort of a new flavor for a lotta people in in american cuisine culture. But you know rather than that being a deterrent as something like anything that you need to learn how to prepare how to manage and like you said the one that most people familiar with the key. Oj types that look like the cabbages you know that. That's often a cooked type in italy and not one that's Eaten raw where the bitter flavors might come more to the foreground. It's something that will be. You know maybe grilled or sauteed Where the sweetness might come out of it or sweeter elements might be added to tame the bitterness to bring it more into balance so How people are exposed to it. I think often shapes their impressions of it..
A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach
"brian campbell" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach
"We'll talk about some of those selections and more. hi brian. How you good morning margaret. i'm doing great nice deduct act before we started to ask. How's it out there on your neck of the woods. I've been worrying especially about all my western farming and gardening friends in this new normal of climate and weather. All this madness. How are you guys. we're we're pretty. Well we've had a nice spring We've got plenty of water up where we are. So we're out of the drought stricken regions a little further south But far so good. Glad to hear that so whether farmers gardeners how we choose what we grow and get obsessed with. There's lots of different possibilities in lots of different influences out there to speak to us and tempt to us and i love reading the variety descriptions on the uprising seeds website. Because you often also speak in those descriptions to like the traditions or cultures of the seeds that you offer where they come from. That spoke to you so like the new gustavo telliano project. So wanna tell us what that is Yeah sure So one of the things that has always attract us attracted us to seed. Work is These varieties with Rich histories and With deep connections to tradition and place and for us one of the most important things in working with seeds is to use them as a way to To be a conduit of connectivity between people and culture and place and That's what kind of motivated us with this project Gupta italian oh We been attracted to the The food and agriculture tradition of italy. Probably because that's the first place we really experienced A rich intact food culture as adults. you know these. These regional specialties. That i really woven into the fabric of the culture of these places and and experiencing that and wanting to share that with people As a way to Allow people to connect with Traditions outside their own or To find people who are maybe from those regions now living abroad in the united states and and providing a way for them to connect to their cultural heritage as always been really really satisfying to us. So this is a collaboration. The gestapo tagliani project is a collaboration with culinary bringing network and smarties dot bio the An italian seed breeding company All organic seed. It's is very interesting in what drew me to contact you to write about. It was the radicchio. I will confess. I've never grown. But now because it's really like a likes to come to fruition in the fall and winter it's like a crop that we so now and plant now into s- maybe early august or something depending on where we are in the north so ridichio we exist in a pocket of ridichio fanatics out here in the pacific northwest that is trying to spread the gospel of this crop as a You know we hope to build it as something. That is a common crop to be found Throughout probably especially the northern united states where it's best suited but It's such a lovely seasonal Crop for the fall that And we love the flavor profile brings and the kind of seasonally appropriate flavors that it pairs with in the fall that We're really.
Big Brown Breakdown
"brian campbell" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown
"Traded football for some here then got in the baby yukon over the place with started. Survive this makeup on my own. Allow poppies is monday afternoon. A little short time is it. Jen noon exactly. Oh man it is noon. I am i say fresh off the plane. I am straight up fresh off the plane would that flight face and all man. That altitude will get your face. Thick flew home smarter than six. Am from miami poppies. yeah man. Where do we start. where do we start You know. I was in miami clearly for the logan paul. Verse floyd mayweather fight on pay per view showtime in the lovely hardrock stadium out there. Miami were the miami. Dolphins play for some reason. I thought it was one of those removal roofs. Like the marlins no arrange brains and that's a problem and that is a problem when it starts raining out there. It is a big problem. And i'm sure somebody that what's the fight You know especially the bottle jack Jared heard fight. There's some slippage going on there. You never want that. And i thought if the ring out so bad floyd would have been like man. I'm i'm not doing this. I'm not risking my fifty. No even those record was online. But still i'm not risking that to slip on some friggin rain during the shenanigans. You know there's other people think they're real smart. So maybe it's not the best idea. Boxed outdoors not expect rain question mart away to go dude. Yeah elliot dude tweet. And that's cool. They had a cover the right some sort of cover farinas sideways rain. Big fat drop rain that sideways. Rain and Yeah so that was incident as factors there. I had my boy. Peter so whenever you see those Whenever i'm doing standup on tour some boy peter with me we thousand idea to bring peter With me to miami to get all the behind the scenes all the shenanigans that i do and We launched new boy youtube channel inscribed to and. We'll have a three part series. That's behind the scenes of floyd and Logan paul and we got some dope stuff. We have some really dope stuff. He me like the. I think the first abso drop today's that's available now and think boy youtube the first episode. Is i get there. I surprised the guys at more in combat and then A shoot that. I think that and maybe base the food truck day at the it might be the food truck day where the the food truck. I had friday either way so he goes with me all doing all the shenanigans and then we Than i did a Pop up spot at the miami. Improv is the miss pat show. Miss pat show she so nice man But is fine but you'll see all the content on there at some cool cool stuff really really cool stuff going into this thing. I didn't know what to say. I was excited for you. Know when especially when i flew out on thursday is okay. This week cool. You know. it's a. It's a spectacle to van you know i. I didn't think much about it. And then i e as if i got closer more excited and i didn't realize If someone would ask me how to sell pay per view and i. I don't know how the numbers are. I know this system. Crashes are such a Demand for it. And i and i know what the buys. The minimum bizarre probably can't release right now. 'cause showtime the and do that but it went. Where really well if you would've asked me on monday. How many were sold. I could not have. I can't tell you i i. I don't know i don't know. And then when i was doing the way in show with luke. Thomas and brian campbell. That thing they told me has got a over three point. Three million views for wayne show macos snaps. They're hungry for the for the logan. Paul floyd fight. I i felt real trick. Daddy came onstage before some songs every bit of sixty. He's not kito you guys. He's not kito and he did not do trick. Loves the kids. And i threw my headset down. He did one new drove me nuts for sure. Just do the classics my man. But that's what he knew. It was the real deal. It was the real deal. When is there when you're talking about how this gonna do. The biggest question is in. Somebody's a figure this out. Is you know. I don't think the boxing hardcore buying this. Or if they maybe some are but you're not depend on them. You know getting over a million views your banking on logan paul's audience. Which is young audience can. Can you convert what you're doing digitally on youtube into actual pay per view buys will this young audience convert into pay per view buys determined. We'll see i know i know. There's a huge demand but even even even a million to me. That's not converting like you should. If you will you some of the numbers again. I saw one thing on. Cbs sports morning. That's just the highlights of its and this was the smart at seven. Am as over eight million views so we can convert you know what. I'm saying like not great conversion so they can't figure that out has to be a way to do it on Youtube showtime and youtube. Get get together and do it. You know as what they should do it. It's a tricky. It's a tricky thing man. Yeah so then. When i was out there to friday was i did a food truck diary remix. Because there's no food truck that we could get out there so we did it poolside. so it's a poolside diary. And it's with jake. Paul and woodley who are fighting august. Twenty eighth in las vegas and we will get into that fight my fight so sat down both those gentlemen you know. That's that's a that's a fight. That's a fight fight and especially on friday. I feel like more people got an or more people talking about that than even Logan floyd but so neither the fight man neither fight. My job was to The logan guy right a relationship with them. I'd interview in the locker room check-in if you were to get knocked out or couldn't continue the fight. Cut do whatever and he goes through my interview after what happened with the fight. And then basically the mario lopez of that thing whereas going the email lists of celebrities and we hit you know we check which ones went to interview and the list was insane inside man. I've never seen a list like this. That's a big time fight. You're talking top number one so they go hebron so we're doing pre production. This is in you. Get star struck by rayleigh man. I have either seen everybody. I just don't give a fuck like nobody else like tom brady. If i saw tom brady. Damn there's the goat and they went. Wow he's coming out with tom. Brady is like yeah man. He's down the interview. Like oh shit that made me wanna use. Tom doesn't like three times. Show up So tom brady was in there Trying to think cardi b. I mean the list was in. I'm just saying if he names. Larry brianna the list was nuts. Meant if you name a famous person that they're on they're like wow. This is insane pan to. We're going to walk through everything. Rain rain rain. i'm like well. What am i supposed to you know you get to it. Hopefully between the jared heard in the body jack fight and then even between that but the rain was like nah man now. We're not doing that and celebrities melt in the rain. Apparently interfaces fall off and makeup. Come off so. They decided not to go in the right. So that got knicks so That's cool that's cool as really cool I've always been a fan of jesus emeril for the longest was merrill for the longest enduring a pre-production like your interview logan palman throw it to diesel maryland. I'm like is that deuces diesels. I'm like oh word it's diesels so that was new..
"brian campbell" Discussed on Proof
"And emotion with each breath by the final day when i detected the bitter orange peel of neurology with the long gray line. The sun speckled dots above. I felt the underpinnings of something that had long been foreign confidence confidence in my nose and in my brain today sixteen years after i lost and then regained my sense of smell. I work as editor in chief of america's test kitchen kits. I don't cook for a living. But i think about food and cooking and how to teach kids about them both every day. I can spell just about everything again. I don't think i could pick out the bitter orange enrolling. I'm not even sure. I could recognize the scent of neurology at this point. It's been a while but it doesn't matter that's for sure because smell is so important to so many parts of life but particularly for flavor in cooking as part of my job now we like to teach kids about the power of sentence one of my favorite ways to do this with jelly beans. Jelly beans especially jelly bellies. Have very strong in very specific flavors. Which you can only perceive through smell all right. Are you holding your nose. Can you say something it sound like. That's my daughter olive. She's four years old. I asked her to hold her nose so she wouldn't be able to smell while she chewed a jelly bean. So hold your nose tight. Stick the jelly bean in your mouth and chew on hold kato florida's. I asked her to remove her hand in breathing deeply as she continued to chew allowing herself to suddenly once against smell as she ain't the flavor is now what is it. Quit you're right. I've been talking with olives. And she was able to stand at the counter. I've tried to teach her to pay attention to her nose. Now very important does. She does have a bit of a one track. Mind was your favorite. smells talk. and i'll admit her diaper smell. The l little bit like almond croissants. Thanks to molly birnbaum for bringing us the story. Mali's book about the sense of smell and her experience is called seasoned to taste how i lost my sense of smell and found my way. And be sure to check out molly's fund podcasts from america's test kitchen kids called mystery recipe. If you like proof be sure to subscribe wherever you listen. So you'll get new episodes as soon as they drop. And while you're there why not leave us rating or write us a review. It really helps other people. Find the show. Proof is hosted and produced by me. Bridget lancaster our executive producer is caitlin kelleher. Yumi iraqi is our senior producer. Caroline record is our producer. Terence johnson is our associate producer scoring sound design and mixing by pointing and on jessica of ultraviolet audio. Brian campbell of signal sounds composed our theme music additional music by kyle forester and jordan pearson post production. Supervisor is our line producer is diane knocks fact checking an additional research by angela yang. Jack bishop is the chief creative officer of america's test kitchen david nussbaum is our ceo. Thanks again to our sponsors. Pete and jerry's bitcoin. Tv oxo mango board. Edible and six the salmon shares proof is a production of america's test kitchen..
"brian campbell" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Sidney Powell dropped her lawsuit in Georgia. There was no cracking. There is no cracking. Tony Katz 93 WNBC. Good morning that was the term righteous going to unleash the cracking on election fraud. In Georgia. She also accused George Governor Brian Campbell taking bribes, which is not And we said here if you have proof of it, show us we approve of front. I want to see it, of course. I'm not even telling you that you have to stop. Keep searching for it Feel free. Never gonna tell you to stop. Still people out there searching, you know, we know 9 11 was an inside job. Knock yourselves out. Just please. You know, don't come to me with the whole fire doesn't melt steel thing. I'm just not gonna be a part of it. And please don't even send me the emails, guys. Don't don't just on this subject. I admit to you, they will be deleted. If you could show me proof of an inside job. Sure, I'll give it a read. Don't argue that this fraud out there. I only argued that if Sidney Powell is going to make the claim she's gotta show people that she is withdrawing the lawsuit. All suits get withdrawn. Style. Good luck. Not on it anyway. President Trump He gave his farewell address yesterday. And started going through a laundry list said Things were going just fine until As he said it the China virus. Trade.
Austin's Morning News
Georgia governor rescinds mask orders across the state
"But in Georgia Governor Brian Campbell, also a Republican, is rescinding mask wearing orders issued by communities in his state is now on. Lee
All In with Chris Hayes
Georgia's Reopening Has Been 'A Disaster' For Some Retailers Desperate For Revenue
"Republican Georgia governor. Brian Campbell is one of the first to declare a state ready to really open for business and less than two weeks later. The results are not good. Ceo of an axe throwing lar- told the local business journal a few days ago that the reopening weekend was a disaster. We had to customers all weekend. And although malls are open they are mostly deserted. People are not rushing back into economic activity. The reason that's obvious it's because of the virus is still. They're still very present threat and there are already signs that in some parts of Georgia things are actually accelerating getting worse. In fact governor kept himself came out yesterday and warned about a growing outbreak in northeast Georgia in an area synonymous with Georgia's large poultry industry quickly. Becoming one of the States. Most affected areas joining me. Now the woman who ran against Brian Cap for Georgia of the governor of Georgia's Stacey Abrams. She also heads up. The southern economic advancement project was helping to alleviate the financial stress that so many are facing amid the pandemic. And let me start on on that question. Stacey it's great to have you tonight in terms of thinking about the sort of economic pain here. I mean when people talk about wanting to reopen. I think that what they're saying is this is terrible. That people unemployed. They don't have money they can make rent. We've seen food insecurity. Go up like how do you think about cushioning that blow or dealing with that problem as we fight the virus? I? It's a legitimate concern. But it has to be prioritized with actually having an economy and having consumers to participate south has the highest poverty rate one of the highest unemployment rates one of the lowest insurance rates and we also see some of the highest death rates and the highest infection rates. We do not have the public health infrastructure to reopen Georgia or any of the southern states. But we're also seeing the most vulnerable populations being forced back into production. Those poultry workers are not workers who are making lots of money. These are folks who have no choice but to go back to work particularly because the president trump's actions left week and those who are being infected not necessarily have access to Medicaid or to any health. If they need to be treated what do you think about the economic effects of this decision by Governor Camp? Right so I mean the idea. Is that you open up and then you can get the economy going but the early signs in your state which is really kind of sort of a pilot here is that people. Don't rush out to go do stuff they were doing before. Just because the governor said you're open for business. Georgia's a cautionary tale to every other state. That's thinking about reopening first of all. We've SEEN OUR RATE SKYROCKET BY FORTY PERCENT. Since the announced reopening the soft relaunched moving into now the near full reopening we seen our rates of infection jump to thirty thousand or death rate is around thirteen hundred. We remain one of the top states for the infection. And we're still very low on the rate of testing. There is no correlation between reopening the state and actually restarting the economy because there are no people who can take advantage of this reopening except for the workers who are being forced to risk their lives. And as you said earlier we're watching concrete issue with food insecurity rising because the south tends to have the lowest public benefits and so people who are already vulnerable already on the edge being shoved over. And there's no real relief coming from the State. There's this this false notion that if we reopen the economy everything will work out and that's just not true.
Atlanta - Governor Kemp Suspends Driver’s License Road Test Requirement
"Up on Thursday governor Brian Campbell an ounce if he'll extend Georgia shelter in place order which is set to expire at midnight because of social distancing limitations DBS is waiving the requirement of a driving test for teen drivers to get their provisional
News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler
Republican Sen. Johnny Isakson of Georgia says he will retire at the end of 2019, citing 'health challenges'
"Tom other Republican senator Johnny Isaacson of Georgia announcing he'll retire at the end of the year citing what he calls health challenges the three term senator was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in twenty thirteen and suffered a fall in July according to his office Georgia governor Brian Campbell appoint someone to fill that seat when Isaacson steps down in
WBZ Afternoon News
Brawl erupts at UFC match after Khabib chokes out McGregor
"Marcus has a scoop lightweight ultimate champion cabbie numerous had already defeated Conor McGregor. When he attacked the Irishman moments after the match was called security has corral. He wasn't kidding. What he said, no handshake. After the flight CBS's? Brian Campbell was at the fight fans jumping the octagon and attacking McGregor from behind with punches. You also had been sleeping the barricade outside. I happen to be sitting. Right next to the store and had the scrums sort of all into my lap as a member of democracy. Entourage was detained by police right on top of my computer remembers of Norma Goma devs team went to jail, but they were later released McGregor choosing not depress charges could be suspension for Habib. You know, these guys going to get visas again to get back in the country. Big fines. Meanwhile, the UFC says they will withhold Norma Goma devs purse for the fight ill,