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"caleb jackson" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"Shop. The power duo. Now at target dot com. Mon show i was reading. Dr is in his quote is breakfast is a ploy. We think about that. I agree. I think that we've been told for really really really long time. That breakfast is the most important meal of the day. That comes from cereal advertisement. Well see marketing at. Its finest a lot of what we believe. It's not science. It's cereal rules and back in the day. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. I didn't know that was a slogan that got me my entire life. We've always heard it and went from that to for breakfast. Probably the cereal which isn't actually probably the best way to start your day but so here we go the line. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day was invented in the nineteenth century. By seventh day. Adventists james caleb jackson harvey kellogg to sell their new invented. Breakfast cereal along so guys when you hear that. Just no marshall. You're doing a commercial man. Doctor ause is saying that a twenty twenty should be canceling breakfast rather than thinking. It's the most important meal today. Here's what he says because it is uncomfortable for us to think that could we've been conditioned to go breakfast lunch dinner nine snacks in the middle. Four coffee you know all these things that we think we don't get we feel different. The famous doctor told. Tmz that he's going to ban this year and that it's still an advertising ploy. His advice is to have your first smell the day when you're hungry rather than just having breakfast because you wake up and fill that you need to so he's someone who says just go with what your body says more than what you're being told for. A lot of people myself included some mornings. I don't wake up on. I'm starving sometimes especially if you eat late at night but some people don't get hungry until midway through like morning closer to lunch so don't eat breakfast if you're not hungry. 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I mean i love adidas or one that makes you go like i love apple. Yeah so. I like the apple logo. Let's see it. I'm like when people. I love the three stripes on shoes on pants jacket adidas so the youtube was tough. That was for me. I thought well sometimes on my google play kind of. I hit like i hit play. I even netflix through my mind. Hit play just that triangle play. It's time for the good news. Airport staff at cincinnati's airport found a stuff down nation sitting in the chair and they're like man wonder where this belongs and they've put a call out on social media that someone lose their stuff dalmatian and it turns out the six year old jaden. Who'd been adopted. That's the stuffed animal got from the court when he was adopted and he had left it in the baggage area and so they found them and reunited with puppy all the way down in florida. That's awesome prime. Meant a lot to him to man. That's what it's all about. That was telling me something. Good miss the bombing. 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Is it necessary that we watch shows together. Even one of us hates this show. Is this some sort of bonding moment. That i'm missing. It feels like force bonding. I don't make our watch. Football with me. In the afternoon on sunday signed matthew. Come into your thoughts vowel matthew. What's the big deal. You watch your favourite show you get to spend time with her something yeller doing together. I get wanting to be together and not be in separate rooms on separate. Tv's suck it up. i mean i can i. Can i just toss you deserve a law example so this is not the same thing but a lot of whenever parents fight and let's say parents are going to split up and they go. I would rather us be happy apart than fighting with the kids watching. Like i would rather not be that rocky relations. I'd rather be a part that had that rocky relationship down a much much smaller on a micro level. What if you're both just happy separate watching your shows because doesn't that make everything happy. 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"caleb jackson" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"So, let's do the citizenship quiz. Right transfer down. Amy lunchbox produce ready. I have tenuous questions. If you miss it eliminated. Just. The worst I love America by the way. I would like to. Start, off, by. Saying all the way all the way. Every day. Are you ready? Question Number one grateful to be here. What's the name of the National Anthem? Easy. What's the name of the National Anthem? The Star, spangled banner. Star spangled Banner Star spangled banner. Everybody! Who is considered to be the father of our country? I'm in I'm in. Any George Washington. George Washington George. Washington. You're all right. Okay. That's level super elementary. Let's go to first grade though Oh boy okay. The first ten amendments to the Constitution. It's called what? And from for the win. Hold on. Amid Bill Rice any declaration of independence. How. We'll repeat, the question. You've already missed it I'm pretty sure. They'll rights. Brother. You've eliminated well. You're not a citizen I do love America though no. Ideas. Thanks. Okay. Thousands. Of the American flag represents. What do the stripes on the American flag represent? The win. The colonies. Thirteen colonies nice. So disappointed new Allen. No stopping. Say Ten Commandments. What piece of land the United States by from France eighteen three. What place in fourth grade now. What piece of land. Did the United. States by from France in eighteen o three I. Okay. and. I'm in for the win. Watch. By Louisiana, also known as Louisiana. Purchase. I would've accepted any of that Louisiana. Territory Louisiana Louisiana purchase. Wow good for you guys. Who'd at how many US senators are there? This is the US citizenship test in. US senators. Are There Amy Japanese quick? Maybe as an intimidation tactic, it's lunchbox left. Let's see. How do you do senators just? One called now don't don't talk about stuff member of the wind. And Amy Hundred. Father's fifty states. He got fifty senators one of us right. Question. Why wouldn't you have one for me? State because you have to. Why? Is Winter. You get to be the most citizen of all twelve. So in the house though it's all based on. You get more people like in Congress. Yes, representative, right there presentative than centers yet to. California has more people now. Strip sensitives than similar like Arkansas. where I'm from. So who's in the House representative is not a senator. Is it just a member of Congress Congressmen and Women Causes? Were they're called? Like women shout out. I had a like in Atlanta. I had a congresswoman that was helping me. Get my kids to Super Nice. The House is population based. And that is also based on the census when they do sentences demise important. So California like I said we'll have more people in the House Arkansas. However, every state gets to doesn't matter the Population Rhode. Island gets to and Sodas Texas. senator. So Do we elect those people the Senator? 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Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. I didn't know that was a slogan that got me my entire life. We've always just heard it and went from that to the media for breakfast cereal. which isn't actually probably the best way to start your day, but so here we go the line. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day was invented in the nineteenth century by seventh day. Adventists James Caleb. Jackson and Harvey Kellogg to sell their new invented breakfast zero. So guys when you hear that just no Marshall. You're doing a commercial. Oh Man! Doctor is saying the twenty twenty should be canceling breakfast rather than thinking the most important meal of the day. Here's what he says because it is comfortable for us to think that could. We've been conditioned to go breakfast lunch dinner nine snacks in the middle four coffee. You know all these things that we think we don't get. We feel different. The famous doctor told TMZ that he's going to ban it this year and that it's still an advertising. His advice is to have your first meal of the day when you're hungry rather than just having breakfast because you wake up and feel that you need to, so he's. Someone, who says hey just go with what your body says more than what you're being told. For a lot of people, myself included mornings on. Wake up on I'm. I'm not starving sometimes, especially be late at night, but some people don't get hungry until midway through like morning closer to lunch, so don't breakfast if you're not hungry. But, it is a whole like. Culture thing with US right? Do you get hungry? Yeah Yeah see I did,.
"caleb jackson" Discussed on The Model Health Show
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Used to work in radio for a long time incredible producer and of course and Stevenson is running everything with the rest of our team so a lot of people go into helping to make the magic happen so thank you for that acknowledgement and. Thank you guys so much for making us all a part of your life we really worked diligently to create these shows for you and today is no exception because be prepared because this is about to blow your mind now. Let's jump into our topic of the day today. We're talking about the wild history of cereal and public health now. I don't think a lot of people realize that even breakfasts in of itself is a relatively new invention in human history prior to around the fourteenth century. Breakfast was something that was In monistic life examples kind of frowned upon against him. Snacks in before mass right. So breakfast was really seen as something that is partaken by somebody who is elderly sick or they're a hard laborer and working under kind dire circumstances because even still during this time a lot of people kinda did their own thing. They grew their own food or engaged in trade things like that. But it was really the advent of work hours and employment that you start to see breakfast. Become more of a commonality now. The ideas that we have for breakfast are very different from what they used to be. Typically around that time few hundred years back would usually consists of maybe some stuff that was leftover from the supper the night before or often consisted of bread butter in some kind of Alcoho- beer or wine. So that's the typical fair that you would see for a breakfast. Now that is into include the nobleman you know in breakfast starts to become more in fashion and they would have more elaborate breakfast that would include things like fish boiled beef because you know boyle beef sounds amazing beer wine of course bread butter and even eggs were there in the mix a little bit early on but now where things get really interesting. Is that the turn of the twentieth century. When breakfast itself is revolutionize again prior to this time it was typical that breakfast if people were having it because they were going to do Labor all day. They're working for somebody else. It because his things like what was left over from the night before eggs bread and butter or even hot grain dishes like porridge. Porridge Kurds in way is jumping into my head. A little muffin are tough. Import of course three bears are I so stubborn fairy tales a lot of people in the US. We don't know what those things are a but those are basically like a hot report. Now the first inkling of modern day breakfast cereal was born in eighteen sixty three thanks to a physician named James Caleb Jackson. James was also a vocal abolitionist. Any religiously conservative vegetarian and he was the author of such timeless classics as consumption. How to prevent it in how to cure it and of course dancing. It's evils and its benefits now even though these aren't exactly times classics. These are real books and I waited. I couldn't stop reading one of these. So let me read you a passage from his book dancing. It's evils and its benefits so this is directly from his book. He says quote with Christian believers. There is a very general distrust existing towards dancing and an amusement. They feel that it is productive of wide bill and the more liberal of them believe that it is at best productive only incidental good hints. As a general fact they are a raid in firm opposition to it and are strongly indisposed of the recognition of the consistent Christian character of him who advocates are partake of it. Getting talking about dancing as dancing is conducted generally in this country by those who take part in it. I have no hesitation in saying that the evil far over balances the good that comes from it so that it is indefensible and should not be sustained by Christians let us look at some of the evils arising from it then he goes in different chapters of the book and talking about how evil dancing is and one of them was a section talking about the environment. When you dance and I'll just read a small portion from it. He says almost all halls where people congregate for dancing are badly ventilated. And so many persons get poisoned from breathing. This air going back to that bad air being from back in the day that still kinda exists today in our thinking another section here he stays at many persons who dance are not habituated to this exercise. They therefore suffer reactions. Which are violet? All that twitching and token he didn't say that I did and to which subsequent sickness of an acute and not infrequently of a dangerous type is to be ascribed right so he's saying people who are not conditioned dancing they dance and then they feel bad. I don't know how that actually happens are win kind of dancing. He's doing but reading this and knowing that the person who is the godfather of your favorite cereal was like adamantly against dancing reminds me of the movie. Footloose right Kevin. Bacon had to deal with the same shenanigans are in the guy who really create a serial was against dancing which is a super weird. It's nothing harmful just super weird little weird little fun. Fact now Dr Jackson. He ran a medical sanitarium in Western. New York and sanitariums where people who usually a little bit more wealthy a little bit better off would go to these kind of SPA places. Have all of these strange treatments done? Some of them actually have some sound science back them up. Today like Bears Light Treatments Exercise. Machines you know some of them had vibration equipment along with him and all kinds of Nutrition advice and fasting and things like that but what he did was at his sanitarium he created a breakfast cereal from gram flour dough and it created this dried block basically and then they would take it and break it in shapes but it was so hard it would literally break your teeth if you try to eat it and so they would have to soak it for several hours generally overnight in milk often and this is what he called. Granola GRANOLA NOT GRANOLA GRANOLA. Like DRACULA RIGHT GRAND GRANOLA. That was the invention. The very first inkling of modern cereal was thanks to Dr Jackson. Well one day. Another fellow colleague of Dr Jackson named Dr John. Harvey Kellogg dropped in to Doctor Jackson's sanitarium and Kellogg had his eyes on upgrading the conditions at his own sanitarium right. He's just kind of taken in some of the atmosphere. You're seeing what he's doing with the nutrition and he took this idea for granola any basically stolen. He took it back to his place put together his own formula very similar from the one he saw any called it. Granola About it I just swipe or no swiping that one now. Granola is not exactly cereal. The modest hero that we know the birth of that modern zero truly began to take shape when Dr Kellogg stumbled upon a new recipe with his younger brother. Dr Kellogg wants to create a serial force patients to improve their mental health to improve physical health and to suppress sexual desires. Way What I had to actually go through some of Dr Kellogg's old fangled writings to see if this was true for myself and will. Here's what I found. That Keller was seriously concerned about the health of US citizens and he believed that the big problem plaguing people's health was rampant sexual desire and masturbation in his book plain facts for old and young embracing the natural history of hygiene of organic life. He listed some of the symptoms of masturbation to be things like poor digestion mood swings. Bad posture clearly. Also impaired vision. Not so clearly and paralysis of your lower extremities. He also noted that masturbation could lead to things like bad skin all the way to things like seizures basically everything. It was a list of every symptom you can think of and it was largely directed towards parents right to keep an eye on their kids. Right so you know billy's guy poor posture. He must be in there doing that. Thing right or you know. Rebecca's got acne so she must be double clicking the mouse you know and so the thing is you can't make this stuff up and I was wondering when I was reading this. Like why doesn't he have a bio-pic yet is crazy? But here's the thing in Dr Kellogg's opinion one of the biggest that were stimulating people's uncontrollable sexual desires was the inclusion of rich spicy salty. Sweet in intensely flavorful food was the culprit really taking over the minds of our citizens and he wanted to do something about it. So in his belief the way to curate was creating plane. Bland foods bland grains specifically that can reduce those strong sexual impulses and with this in mind. He set out to create breakfast foods. That would help people to stop these impure desires to start the day right. That's how you want to start the day. Suppress the desire and go out and have a good day in his golden moment was when he accidentally left out some cooked grains that ended up getting stale and he along with his brother will is younger. Brother will decided to roll the still grains out and found that they had a nice crispy flaky consistency after they were baked in the oven and he tinker with a formula a bit and found that corn was the best base and of course corn was anti masturbation approved and he created the very first ready to eat cereal. Now if you're wondering how it went from anti masturbation cereal to lucky. Charms are getting lucky charms. If you're wondering how we bridge that gap will we have. Dr Kellogg? Shankar brother will to thank for that. Apparently Dr Kellogg was not very kind to his brother. Will he had some beef? So he swiped the formula and struck out on his own and he took the ciro recipe and he added Malt Sugar and salt dough and began manufacturing kelloggs cornflakes in mass quantities. And it was a smash hit right out of the gate and all of those pro masturbation ingredients. He added really ticked his brother off and Dr Kellogg tried to fight him in court but the company had become so strong and grown so fast in popularity. There was nothing that he can do to stop it around the same time. There was another fellow who was one. Doctor Kellogg's patients named CW Post as Impo Serio who swiped a recipe ideas himself with the GRANOLA and created his own version which was called great nuts..
"caleb jackson" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"Like you are middle school dance too. I did. Yeah shows I'm telling you I would get there three hours early and I had these two sticks and I'll put lights on easy stick then I would set up two CD players a mini disc player out of oil. And I'll hang the speakers speakers and then I would do sound and light shows. It's how I made forty bucks for the night and I was set I was so pumped because I do my little. Dj Radio shows and on the weekends. I'll go do sound and light shows the Eighth Grade Junior High Dan all folks homes and I'll be like all right everybody from timid faith get out there but leave a little room for the holy goes oh MAC appreciate that call. It's very nice of you to say did and we're just so proud of you and Thankful my I'm raising raising a My husband's cousin and he's been through a similar situation. He doesn't know it's at and His mom is not in the picture right now. And so you're inspirational to our family. I appreciate that thank you very much. We have awesome day and really thank you for the call and boy what a trip down the old time highway right there. Wow Wow. Here's one other clip here of me. This is a government opening up about. Don't remember having this conversation it's crazy all I don't remember because it was like the moon by doing bear and I talking about my life in here I am talking about my childhood. Do Stand up so I can feel loved it for me. I never had that but I'm glad you know what's funny as I look back now at at my circumstances as a kid and a Lotta people could feel sorry for the way they grow. I'm so grateful for the difficulties that I hadn't going up so I'm very happy with it. You won't hear me say that very often about things that I do. But I'm very happy with the show and I'm very grateful that a lot of you watched and posted me. I haven't seen any ratings on it. I'm probably GONNA pull a channing tatum number but I'm never that guy you know if there's one thing that we are we are the little guy we're the underdog and I appreciate. You supported me in that journey so there we go. Here's a text. What were you wearing all the clothes that I have on? They gave let me as soon as I got there. They taught I had to fly in the long to me like a day to get there like twenty hours. Okay gave them to you. I was like Oh look at Bob. went to our ears and thing he's bringing they said. Well it depends on the weather. Kevin thirty four degrees and it was raining the whole time And all those clothes as soon as I got to my room there were like Pacheco's on we gotta go because I was is like a half a day late Because of all the delays flights and so it was everything boot socks all the way up to what the only thing the hardest part of the show except for the clip was my glasses. It was raining the whole time. Time keeping them on through all the climbing running jumping and then the wet of just the glasses without eyeglasses cleaner was tough in a lot of times. I'm doing that thing like home because because I can't see because my glasses are soaked. Yeah so did you keep the clothes you still have them. I didn't have really because I won't. Here's the thing about me. I travel a lot. I will not check bag every going like around the world and you taking the one where I'm going I'm not gonNA take part. I'll make pants lasts for a week and so I didn't have enough room in my my luggage to get back mighties laugh. Hey Mike D. You've traveled with me a whole lot. Why are you laughing at that because I do that too? I can't take a bag because of you when you travel somebody Novak Jax. You're not allowed which now I guess it's true. You have kind of trained us to be carry carry on people. You mean efficient. You mean on time and efficient. y'All thinking about this this morning to nobody on this show is ever laid anymore. Ever as respect respect to each other no one is ever laid on this show is true. Love gives me Friday. My kids are doing good. Thanks even when my kids are older than me Eddie. UH-HUH I am older than you think you think all right. We'll move off this just very grateful and appreciative that I get to to do what I do. And that show was just a wonderful experience. And I'm very thankful to courtney the president and that GPO for putting me on the show to bear to you guys listeners. Amy was posting under interest. All leading up to it. That people will turn it on. It's the little Morgan number to set up and live tweeted it last night. It's a little things like that. I'm super appreciative. Of So. That's all Maher is the newest resort destination in the Bahamas comprise of three luxurious ocean. Front Hotels Gran in high SOS and Rosewood. 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R. dot com bobby bones show Remedy what you got. In Mississippi. Hundreds of residents have been told to evacuate because one of the dams is an imminent danger of collapsing. Could flood more than seventeen thousand acres in in Florida Walmart. They admit they miss us. Twenty thousand dollars of a Christmas gift by NFL player Khalil Mack. It was donated payoff. layaway accounts officials investigating the situation and finally the controversial and make vapor fly running shoe used by marathon winners is set to be banned due to the foam and in carbon-fiber bobby bones show. I was reading. Dr Is in his quote is breakfast is a ploy we think about that. Oh I I agree. I think that we've been told for really really really longtime that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. That comes from a cereal advertisement. Heisman we'll see Marketing at its finest what we believe. It's science it's cereal rules and back in the day. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. I didn't know that was a slogan that got me my entire life. We've always just heard it from that for breakfast cereal. which isn't actually Elaine? Probably the best way to start your day but so here we go the line. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day was invented in the nineteenth century by seventh day. Adventists James is Caleb Jackson and Harvey Kellogg to sell their new invented. Breakfast zero so guys when you hear that just no Marshall. You're doing a commercial. Oh Man Doctor saying that a twenty twenty should be canceling breakfast rather than thinking. It's the most important meal of the day. Here's what he says because it is uncomfortable for us to think that could we've been conditioned to go breakfast breakfast lunch dinner nine smack in the middle four coffee. You know all these things that we think we don't get we feel different. The famous doctor told. TMZ that he's going to ban it this year and that it's still an advertising ploy. His advice is to have your first meal of the day when you're hungry rather than just having breakfast because you wake up and feel that you need to so he's someone who says hey. Just go with what your body says. More than what you're being told people myself included some mornings. I don't wake up and I'm I'm not starving sometimes especially eat late at night but some people don't get hungry until midway through like morning sorta launch so. Don't eat breakfast if you're not hungry but it is a whole culture thing with us right. Do you get hungry. Yeah Yeah see I did too. That's why I can't skip meals like that. We don't have to skip it prepared so when you're hungry you eat ben and you're already prepared like you have it. Don't delay it after that because that's when the HANGARY's but since I've been eating early as soon as I wake up my whole life that's it's just what my stomach thinks I'm GonNa do every day you can break deck because I don't eat breakfast anymore. Because I- intermittent fast. Yeah thirty three. Of course of course especially have have something to do where I don't eat for sixteen hours but I you know I have breakfast at nine but I wake up at four thirty so you're the first couple of days all right all right cool. I just pretty quickly. He Body doesn't lie repairs itself. Yeah body.
"caleb jackson" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Very restrictive views on sex it was in his mind barely acceptable even within marriage and then only very infrequently it was certainly unacceptable outside of marriage and he was very very very very focused on people not masturbating ever he blamed masturbation for everything from poor posture to cancer. He was in favour of circumcision without anesthetic for boys and the application of carbolic acid to the clitoris for girls as an anti masturbation tool. Yes yes yikes. Acheson was thinking I just I'm sure listeners like me are feeling tense right at the moment right. They let me tell you about. Pete who loved hockey and always wanted to play in the NHL Pete played since he was three and and begged his mom to let him stay on the ice by some nights he even slept in his hockey skates. Pete practiced and practiced until one day when he was forty seven Pete realized he just wasn't that good so he threw his skates in the trash but then he heard Geico proud partner of the NHL good save money on car insurance so he switched and and saved a bunch so it all worked out so Jon Harvey Kellogg put all of these beliefs into active practice at the Battle Creek Sanitarium also known as the sand where he became the chief physician in eighteen seventy six when he was only twenty four he also opened a second sanitarium in Miami Springs Florida in Nineteen thirty-one the sand had been originally opened in eighteen sixty six as the western health reform institute the Tude which was a health facility based on seventh day adventists beliefs and practices the idea was to treat illnesses naturally into encourage people into preventative wellness practices basis so it's heart was in the right play for sure really especially considering the state of medicine at the time and it wasn't really all that successful before John got there there wasn't an official official medical staff and it housed only about twenty patients when John came on board so one of the first things that he did was to hire a staff of doctors and nurses he said about trying to to attract a clientele and his target market was primarily made up of people who had things we might think of today a stress related illnesses so harried businessmen experiencing interesting things like exhaustion in chronic indigestion a lot of what went on at the San were common sense wellness practices like eating healthy if extremely bland food good exercising in abstaining from alcohol tobacco and a lot of the things that you'd also think of when you hear the word spa like massages and nice relaxing baths but but it also had all kinds of the electrical vibrational treatments like we talked about earlier lots and lots of electric light therapies and animas and all the other other sorts of things that are sort of regarded as quackery today and it ended up becoming a retreat for the rich and some really famous people actually visited the sand to take the cure including John D. Rockefeller Amelia Earhart sojourner truth and Mary Todd Lincoln a fire destroyed part of the sanitarium in Nineteen Keno to including all of the main building but it was eventually rebuilt in nineteen. Oh three John's relationship with the church became strained after he published a book that didn't entirely match with the adventist doctrines he ultimately split from the Church and he set up the sanitarium as an independent entity with its own board making aging in a nondenominational institution. The San reached its height of popularity in nineteen. Oh six that year it received seven thousand guests and employed eighteen eight hundred staff it continued to operate until the Great Depression when financial circumstances forced John to sell it after sixty seven years and today's preponderance of breakfast. Chris Cereals is thanks in part to the sand where the biologic diet was so boring and monotonous that John was constantly looking for alternatives that fit the philosophical difficult criteria but also offered variety while John was the staff physician at the San his brother Will Keith Kellogg also known as W K Kellogg managed the sanitarium Tariam handling the books supplies the general maintenance all of that kind of stuff so while John was seeing to the medical end of things W. K. was handling pretty much all of the day to day running of the plate he administration yes and their relationship wasn't always on the best of terms John could be taskmaster and Nwea worked really long hours for very little pay allegedly seven days a week with no vacations for seven years which is interesting because it seems to contradict in his brother John's writings which to observe the Sabbath without working at all and he advocates for taking a vacation when you start to dream about work so yes he Azuma Belief W K had been working seven days a week for his taskmaster brother for seven years no vacation. He's probably dreaming about work offen- probably horrible nightmares stress so yet that John's seemed to be like you all should do this unless you are me unless you are where my brother one of the two of US working diligently to make sure the rest most of you do things yes. It's a little unclear exactly which of the Kellogg brothers really invented wheat flakes which were a wheat based version of what we think US cornflakes today that happened in eighteen ninety four and as is the case in quite a number of inventions. John claimed the idea for how to make these wheat flakes came to him in a dream. We've had that commitment several before but according to other sources as John had given UK this easy to digest but very disgusting disgusting to eat wheat paste and told him to try to make something good out of it W K left a batch of it out overnight where it started to dry out and and when he came in in the morning he rolled what was left through rollers and then baked it and it was actually pretty good and they named it grandma's yes. This wasn't the first ever breakfast cereal it's predate its predated by granular which was created by James Caleb Jackson that was made from gram flour and it was is not really delicious so it did not take off once it was introduced John also made a serial made of cornmeal and oatmeal biscuits which were then ground it named Granola and they actually got sued and they had to rename it Granola. Guess probably was not smartest idea to make that was like your competitors thing in the name of the same thing then you might get sued it was also predated by shredded wheat which was invented by Henry Perky of Colorado in eighteen ninety three he had promised to sell John Shredding machine which he was going to use to make his own shredded wheat. He never delivered which is one of the things that led to this experimentation of making cereals sales from other foods and wil John's started sanitize food company in eighteen ninety seven to sell their cereal in their first year. They sold more than one hundred thousand in pounds of Grandma's. Their factory is it was called was actually a barn on the grounds of the sand. They brought out cornflakes in eighteen ninety eight and the profit margin was huge and people figured this out. Suddenly there were a lot of competitors one was. CW post who founded what became the post cereal company who who was a former sanitarium patient and post distributed a pamphlet called the road twelve ill with his cereals. The novel in leader Movie Got Their name from that pamphlet post. Earliest products were postal which was a coffee substitute made from cereal to give me a little bit of a chicken scratch to go from try that and grape nuts grape nuts still survive today. John was really reluctant to promote the sale of these serials. He was afraid that it was going to somehow reflect badly on the sand. Dan so his brother did it all on his own putting together a marketing campaign that included everything from door to door taste tests too big window displays and in eighteen ninety while John on was abroad will actually went ahead and built a factory to replace the barn which John made him pay fifty thousand dollars for after he returned we'll also took advantage edge of one of John's trips abroad to add sugar cornflakes which of course deepened the divide between them. Yes John of course was not in favor of adding sugar to anything they did kind of men things a little bit they established the Battle Creek toasted cornflake company in nineteen o six will own the third of it and John. Own other two-thirds Hugh thirds. The employees were mostly paid in stock because John was not a general ah generous person when it came to giving people money so once it's again employing this sort of quick he's not looking strategy will would quietly by up the employees stock that they were being paid in while John was away so he eventually league through doing this gained a controlling share in the company and was able to to basically kick his brother out of it. That's quite a sibling relationship. Yeah they the team to have the most loving and supportive feeling between them yeah the Kellogg cereal story goes on from the air but long story short art the Kellogg Company became a Juggernaut. It was doing good business by the twenties so by the time the Great Depression took hold people were thinking of cereals is daily staples and while the idea of a health spa had become completely frivolous expense the Kellogg Company thus became this huge institution of a provision provision but John unfortunately mostly became considered something of a joke yet his wife. Ella died in nineteen twenty. John himself had wanted to live to be a hundred but he died on December fourteenth nineteen forty-three in Battle Creek at the age of ninety one. His cause of death was in ammonia..
"caleb jackson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Bit of a technical glitch there. Nevertheless, it's state Twenty-one, Indiana, fourteen with free forty five left in this first half, the central Indiana, Honda dealer's scoreboard, Indiana, eighty one. Body to always use a one month before you day, whether you're planning on building. An addition you must visit a dot com to full working days before you start. Dick Barton make the right choice. And know what's below the turnover starting to stack up her Indiana here that's five turnovers on that last offensive charge on Doron. Davis draws did a nice job down when he's called ball on a low block. But that time rather than look I and drive second. Drove the ball. I and his size. You got to understand the defense slide over and try to take charge Washington was in perfect position for how state took that charge on Ron Davis. Davis can be forced to sit here on the bench multiple fouls. Indiana down by seven with just under four minutes left on his first half across the timeline. Jackson with the basketball throws the left side of Washington. They feed Kyle young with a bad pass. But it's deflected out of bounds off of Romeo Langford who never expected that deflections to get to him. So he wasn't ready to intercept the ball as it got their Jolla will in bathroom straight gentle. Looks gets it and comes to Washington on the baseline, right? He'd rebels it back to the wing. Tries to penetrate inside can't get there goes to Caleb data lows. Double team comes reflection by fester picked up by Durham Indiana's got the turnover. Here is green in the left corner. Breaks it outside the fetched or he'll put up a three. I the ball game. And that was huge for this. I you ballclub now down twenty one to seventeen three hundred eight to go the half of the bar actually Jackson with the right side to Washington outside the Caleb. Jackson Jackson between the circles, Dwayne Washington. Looks down low fines Kayla Russian back outside. He goes in Jackson shot up and it rolls in. Jay Jackson gets his first two. Twenty three seventeen Indiana down six wall in the hands of Al Durham, he drives into the land rose up water. Waldo the rebound comes away this time to Cagliari Jackson gets it in the Caleb shot blocked by Royal Bank or by doin Morgan into the hands aerobic. Here's Al Durham on the right way brings it back outside. There's a follow Jackson with a reach around from behind right blocked by Morgan their trail in the play really good pass from Jackson. Hey, Caleb, western rider. Neat the basket. And it was an easy to which came flying from behind to block that off the glass with the ball is devante green. Dow to twenty to go on behalf D'amoto starts at left side. Lost the handle got it back rebels and back to the right? Devante throws up a jump shot. And Reggie, no good. The rebound comes the Jackson. Jackson will slow things down and bring it up for the buckeyes. Across the timeline. Jackson green. Jackson left hand past comes into the hands of Washington. Washington gets a screen puts up a three and rattles logo. Borden comes up for the rebound and end the ball is knocked tried to free. Devante there's a foul call. They got Indiana bailed out there right now that's gonna be a foul on Ohio State which received seven Indiana's going to be able to go to the free. Throwing thank goodness, Indiana. Getting points has just been a grind here in this first half hope Indiana can get to the free throw line here. A couple of times here before the happens over you've got to convert make your free throws. But offensively here only seventeen points with just under two minutes left to go in this first half any attempt. You can get we'll take it. Devante gringos to the stripe. You won't believe who the only player for all your the start of this ball game who has not store yet. Can you guess? John. Yes, he has not scored yet. He has not Georgia. That's amazing. Twenty three eighteen is Demonte hit the first free one. He has one more coming got greens four point. Twenty three to nineteen sits down Betsy comes back in. And here comes a high stake. One forty five left in the half right side. Pasco Muhammed Luther Mohammed gives it outside the Caleb lesson. He gives it up to Jackson between the circles, he flips over the left-hander Bahamas. He throws it back the Jackson white perimeter. He goes paste liable the drive rose up a runner wall. Go stepped up no rebound bass by Romeo and Ohio State will have a new thirty on the Clark youngest on some nice job number twenty five for a house state has really done some nice things here for the buckeyes keeping that ball alive. They're giving Caleb west and a chance to get that offense rebound now it'll be Jackson who will trigger the pass. Taylor. Blessing working on getting shirt tucked in. Naby bowel. Copper Jackson Jackson gets it into Muhammad. Muhammad dribbles back out front. A big straw guard. Throws it over to Jackson Jackson started to the right comes back to the left. Then bribes to the left bats is an indication of west new dad, hang on. And it's just too low, and that's not one that you throw to a big postwar from the top of the key that post feed with a bounce pass. Just don't quite have the angler. You gotta hit the wing and let the wing guy hit Caleb lesson. Indiana has forced nine turnovers in this game, the buckeyes and still haven't been able to take a lead. Here takes it to the left back right with a pastor fister. He drives it down toward the baseline holds up and he threw a bad pass. But it was deflected by Kyle young. I think they call him out. I hope that was deflected that was nowhere near Morgan. Really working harder here. John's going to have a chance to score here in the first half. He's been working hard both. These teams are trying to take away the low post with double team. So when John Duanas caught the ball pile state has rushed to him with two guys. So I could see how it's been a struggle for him to get any good looks here. But at the free throw line here one's gotta make these at the lie. Juwan Borgen notice MRs that shot and the rebound comes off the most Ajao and Indiana's Joon Morgan is yet to score in this game. He had picked up a foul either, which is really unusual. So those two combinations. Interesting to say, the least and the buckeyes still hold a four point lead us you want basketball. The official says it was often Jawad, but the fans didn't nevertheless it'll be Buckeye ball. Jolla will inbound. Check on that lasts file for me. See if that was called against Wesson Caleb lesson if it was it was a second. That's the case. Here's a pass inside the young young gives it back outside the mob. The throws the Jackson Five of the shot clock. Jackson drives into the lane forces. What up won't go rebound tipped out? Rubio's got it drives a data four five style. Durham dries lays it in. Drive by Al Durham. A little out of control about time. But he's still got the shock. And now the crowd is. The end has got a chance to. Well, they were within two here at halftime with nine seconds to go Jackson. Hoosiers wanna get a stock. Jackson drives left. Throws up a runner and a foul is called against India. Nice play by Jackson that time only sixteen thousand for Indiana. So it's actually really good foul for the hoosiers kinda stopped Jackson from getting to the ran who made a nice crossover dribble to get that angle. Now, you've got to communicate here. No lobster. No easy. Looks make state for the ball way. From the basket here on the southbound. That ended up being a really smart. Here's the cups. The young throws it up. No, we're at halftime. Draw border was begging desperate attempt to get something out of the store with a baseball shot up the floor just before the gets added. But nevertheless, Riyadh. Halftime final. Straw. The score at the break. Ohio State twenty three Dan the added a Twenty-one a low scoring defensive struggle here with the first half and.
"caleb jackson" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Fifteen fifty one to play here in the first Rutgers six four lead on Ohio State part of that was a beautiful pass week, Gino marine. Download a Peter kiss for the layup. Today's assisted the game. Brought to you by our fund be the difference and support our scarlet knights today. Well, so far so good job. Well, and we played four minutes. Ten seconds you like the game plan? And it looks like workers is executing what they want. They've done a really good job getting the ball inside, Jerry. And that's something that they've done the last three or four games and Rutgers street for five to start out of state to for six Rutgers playing really good defense. Clearly, Ohio states wants to go inside a western. At six nine to seventy very efficient offense a player. Quick foul at time for miles Johnson. That's been one of the issues with Johnson in the last couple of games. He gets in trouble early and never really gets into the flow of the game. And it's hard to guard western because. Playing a one on one and Rutgers feels confident that they're bigs can play more one. Get in foul. Trouble. Pretty quick. I read somewhere papers that they've been complaining about the fouls called the lesson that he's been foul on getting in foul trouble. So they obviously that was quick call. Not to sure it was a foul there. He just posted up very little context. All the time out fifteen on the shot clock. Her Ohio State. It'll be Jackson to throw it on the baseline to the left side of the hoop right in front of us. Looking in lobs it into Caleb Wesson guarded, thereby Johnson. Right back out for Jackson from right side for Mohammed beyond the arc kissed defended the right wing for Jolla for Caleb west and up top back for Jolla wide open three right side is no good for the Romanoff and kissed the rebound had for geo Baker up the far sideline bounced past the right wing more the baseline now for me just powering weighing on Caleb. Wesson gets him in the air. Scoops the shot up and in around him. Wow. Leads eight four how about that patients? Jerry, very oppressive hose, it could be officials credit for not calling an offensive foul because there was a lot going on down there. Absolutely. And they go right to Wesson, Caleb, west and guarded by miles. Johnson. Turns faces now back to the basket. Again, he shouldering his way kick it out for Jackson foul line. Jumper comes up short and Johnson. A good rebound and box out on Caleb lesson. Fourteen fifty eight play in the first eight four Rutgers. Here's geo Baker right of the lane passer, right corner. Kiss quick release on the three. No, good Jackson. The rebound Jackson flying up the floor pass it to Jolla takes a hop. Step. Shot doesn't go ball rebounded by Baker. Baker up the middle of the floor and will slow it down. On the far sideline off to Peter kiss. Quarter court bounce pass for Harper between the circles bounce pass down to the left. Elbow for miles. Johnson. Turns looks at the basket. Three dribbles. Get to Baker pull up three straight away back at the rim. No good. And the ball is rebounded by jello GIO wanted. A foul not gonna get it. Andrei western foul line extended far sideline in front of the Rutgers bench up top for Muhammad now were Caleb west, and he'll shoot the three and hit the three. And that's not a surprise even talking to Steve Pyke. Okay. He's got that percentage. Up to thirty six percent, hip and that pulls Ohio State eight seven. Here's Baker right at the lane defense clears takes it all the way can't make the shot miles. Johnson the offensive rebound shock. Locked it reset because he missed the rim into the left corner. For Baker faked a shot cut across the paint out for Peter King spots up shoots the three short and Caleb. Wesson had the ball lost. Andre western comes up with Andrei western running the floor turning and spinning in the paint. Kick it out to his brother Caleb. Another three out another. And just like that six row for Ohio State, and they take the lead ten eight. Though normally think without those two down. But he is getting better shooting the ball as you said six for fifty coming into this game now eight for seventy eight for eighteen thirteen twenty to play in the first two point lead. St. Eugene Marie bounce past two miles. Johnson goes through his hands out of bounds. Third turnover for Rutgers in its Ohio State ball. So we get shag dourson Montas Mattis this back in the game and Keyshawn Sean woods checks in Pearl high date, replacing Moussa Giao also just an arm's comes in and sitting down. We'll be Andrei west. And then Al Caleb McConnell comes in four GO Baker. Thirteen fifteen to play here. The I it is a ten eight Ohio State league. Caleb wasn't is just sit back to back threes. Listen the hand off to Mohammed to arms now left side for CJ. Jackson McConnell on him. To pass down low. It's Wesson up top arms faked. The three dribbles the kick west line jumper knocks it down. He's got all twelve of their points. So it's Caleb west and twelve and Rutgers eight. Good ball by state question stepping out and showing his diversity shack Carter in the game for Rutgers hasn't lifted. Elaine dribbles at office foot gets it back near the three point line. Now, he's going to be tied up by woods. He'll be Joe ball in Ohio State will have it with the arrow. H straight points for Caleb. Team. David a four point lead in the ball. Two threes and transition Rutgers bags, of course, dropping to prevent from getting into the low post is knocking down. He's feeling it today. Jerry. Twelve points early on we even played eight minutes yet. CJ Jackson takes the ball across mid court. Go right to Caleb Jackson. Throw the past right corner. Muhammad open three good three threes in the last few moments, and they had themselves a timeout. Rutgers break pass by western everything. Running through him twelve fifteen to play here in the first half, fifty eight Ohio State on the Rutgers IMG sports network. Locos basketball fans. I'm state farm agent, coal Peres state.
"caleb jackson" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Spaniels. All right now, we're gonna get to serial finally, thank you all through that everybody. Thank you. You can like. We all got through it. So hold hands. If you want. That's nice. So as far as the battle creek sanitarium goes in the medicine part. John Harvey had an iron grip on things. As it was coming out of my mouth. Josh is like he had an iron grip on nothing. I tell you. He had had a stranglehold on the medicine. But he was not a great business, man. He changed sanatorium to sanitary minnows. Like, hey, what do you think of that took me out? Luckily for him he had a little brother around member. Young. Will he's still around. He was actually a pretty good businessman and turns out pretty good marketer. And when John Harvey was trying to search for a breakfast health food, which would later become cereal as you will see he hypothesized that you know, what if we get the digestion going before you even eat it. That's even better for poop. Poop comes out. Bama cheese. So. So they started. With double baked biscuits. They were basically these really hard crackers. They double bake. So they were already sort of digested. And I don't think we mentioned that he believes you should choose everything forty times forty times forty tofurkey forty not could it just be like ghost choose after like twenty it's like absorbed into my gums. So as legend goes at battle creek a woman and older lady broker dentures on one of these double baked biscuits. And he was like this is not good because I don't wanna get sued by every old lady or young podcast or who breaks his teeth. That one. I gotta implants. All right. Thanks. And so they started to grind them up into little little crumbs and break up these little biscuits, and that was sort of their first little version of what would become serial, right? That's like the way Kellogg's tells it truer story is that they said we need a breakfast cereal. That's you know, easy on the stomach. What what is James Caleb Jackson doing his sanitarium? And they went and found out that he was making a cereal called granular and granular was made from gram powder. These little baked little nuggets that are not food. You had to soak them overnight in milk or water your choice to be able to eat at the next morning, right? Not good breakfast cereal. And they said, let's steel that recipe, and they took James Caleb Jackson's granular, and they called their version of it grain, ULA. Because again, John Harvey was not a very good business fan. So James Caleb Jackson found out about this and sued them, and they were forced to come up with the new recipe in a new name, and they came up with granola because again, they had a real knack for switching vowel here. They're old John Harvey Kellogg trick swapped out the gram flour for wheat flour. And they made something you guys have never been cursed with. We did our research. Something called grape nuts. Anyone ever heard of grape nuts? Yeah. They're like, these serial tiny pebbles. Yeah. It's like. Boys, a kid if you ever made the mistake of thinking tastes, anything like grapes, you were wrong or even nuts. It's like. Yeah, you're right. It's like if you took a rock and a hammer and broke it up into the smallest things that you could and said rocks. Go have sex with a cardboard box. And then whatever that produces is grape nuts cereal is disgusting. So that is it's still it's still like a popular serial around today. Yeah. And folks. Yes. Every every kid in America goes through this rite of passage where you know when you pour a big bowl of cereal. You're like hell, yeah. Hunting comes. I love these things or what do you call them like Choco pops or something like that sugar each area? So you poorly big old bowl. Do not do that. With grape nuts because they are denser than a neutron star. You don't know that is the kid you a big old bowl in by the time. Like, you realize you're horrible mistake. Your mom's like, you're put milk on that you have to finish that whole thing. Finish all that crepe nuts, and you have to finish it. And you never make that mistake. Again. It's a bad day when they should call it large Hadron collider cereal. But the thing about grape nuts is grape nuts came out of the Kellogg. Brothers stealing granular from Caleb. Jackson. Grape nuts as made by the CW post company and see post was a patient at the battle creek sanitarium. And he stole the recipe from grape nuts from the Kellogg brothers. What a time to be alive, really steal everything. It doesn't matter. Change a letter. It's fine. All right. So there spiriting they still didn't have the these lovely little flakes that we know is cornflakes or frosted flakes, we're experimenting with flavor they were experimenting with gram flour with wheat flour. Finally, they tried corn. And they thought they were onto something with corn. And it depends on who you ask. But either John harby will little brother or his wife Ella? John Harvey's wife. Found out that if you is that a subway I think it's an earthquake. Okay. Are we good is this normal? Do you guys have earthquakes here? It's a rat parade. Right. Is
"caleb jackson" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Get real. It's good news level. He didn't say that though and October twenty second eighteen forty four came and went and nothing happened and his followers went you. Get one more chance. One more Miller. What's it gonna be and Miller said April eighteenth, they said, all right? We'll give you till then April eighteenth came and went and they said, that's it. We're done. Miller's is done. We're going to name this April eighteenth, eighteen forty four the great disappointment with the G and the capital. I which I think they're trying to send William Miller message. So Miller ISM crumbles. However, Miller I would go on to say, you know, I like kind of the vibe of what we got going on Miller's out. Why don't we just reform under the leadership of the whites Ellen white and her husband sort of gathered everyone together and reformed as a new band to tour the world called the Seventh Day Adventist. They got the band back together they did in the eighteen sixties without the lead singer. I know which actually I was lead singer in a band like that once no they broke up and reformed without me. We're cheering. Don't you for that band? I was going to ask if you were going to clarify that because you just had a little bit of glory there for a second. Right. I gotta cheer. After all these years. Yeah. But look at you now. That's right. Where those guys hate that. Sarah's greatest fan. That was the name of the stupid band. All right. So what was it? Okay. You can listen to the episode. So Ellen white what she did was connected religion to personal health in a very kind of. Well, not weird. But it was no one else was quite doing what she was doing. No, no, she she said, so your body and your solar intertwined, so if you really take care of your body, you're also taking care of your soul as well. And if you do that, then it will it will be easier for you to get into heaven. Because one thing we haven't told you about that they Evan tests. What they believe is that there's a finite number of slots in heaven, basically, it's like a zero sum game getting if you get in somebody else didn't kind of thing. So getting into heaven is obviously very important. So you can get into heaven more easily if you eat vegetarian if you avoid vices like making the saints cry. I think is what you guys call it here. Now calling. What did they teach us in Perth wanking? You wanna clear wing thing? Yeah. I mean, fried food greasy food wine king. Pickled foods. That's just crazy. Spoke up and was like even all lives. Are all even pickles. And they're like God think so she's like. Yep. Even all know pickled food, and they said what does this have to do with God again? Pickles. That's what I heard ladies. You should not wear binding courses, you should not wear wigs. You should not wear tight dresses. Someone just went wigs. Because that led to the physically destructive self vice of masturbation, and the less lonely and more fun vice of excessive sexual intercourse, which is to say any intercourse not for procreation. And that's it. Right. Like if you weren't making a baby, then you just don't do it. Right. So this is the this is the town. This is the community that the Kellogg brothers were raised in and from a very early age. John Harvey kind of proved himself kind of a sharp Adventists. He called the eye of the whites who hired him as a devil's apprentice, which was a printer's apprentice, I don't know why they call it that and then in very short order. He ended up becoming the editor of the monthly magazine and battle creek, Michigan the health reformer, which under his editorship came out strongly in favor of all lives in repealing the band. But he caught their eye is what I'm trying to say in the whites had they were actually followers of another guy named James Caleb. Jackson. I don't believe he was actually a Seventh Day Adventists. He was into health himself. He was a health reformer, and he opened a spa or what you would call like a health spa in New York in the eighteen fifties and Ellen white and her husband went and visited this place, and they were just struck. They were like this is it this really dove tails with like this whole idea of like treating yourself really, well, we should open one of these in battle creek. And they did they open the western health reform institute, and it was a total flop right out of the gate. Yeah. It was it didn't do it. Right. They served is basically where you would go to eat really crediting food and have quack doctors give lectures, and it was like you said, it was not popular people would go and check it out, but they wouldn't come back. But the important thing is kind of stole that. Originally from James caled Jackson because he's gonna come around later again. So. This is where John Harvey there were like the writings on the wall, we need if we want to succeed. I think we need a real doctor to actually run this thing. And so young John Harvey was there the writing was on the wall. They saw how bright he was. And he was going places. He was interested in medicine and health. So they paid for him as his parents is it, okay? If we send your son to us medical school, your oldest son. And they said, yeah, just don't send will. We'll we'll is kind of a jerk do, but John harby went to medical school for real became real, doctor and return to battle creek Michigan in eighteen seventy six and was appointed director of what would become the battle creek sanitarium. They changed their name, and they chose sanitarium. Because at the time sanatoriums were places where you went like Ted die when you head to close this. And they're like, well we really wanted to distance ourselves from that. We're going to change the oath to an a, and I think that will really get our point is like scratching that out writing it and be like thank. Think as you will see John Harvey Kellogg was not the best businessman ever, nor was he the best doctor ever, really know. But it was important to him that it I mean, he said I'll come back, and I'll run your your your joint here. But aside from the religious principles, which I'm down with it needs to be a medical institution. I want the science to be good, and that's kind of one of my requirements, and then he went on to not follow good science for a lot of his career. He also said my younger brother will has to come on for my own personal reasons, and we'll came on as the head of HR very quickly instituted olive Fridays at the sanitary. All fit man, doesn't do very well.
"caleb jackson" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"You just have to be smart especially if your brother rice because you just made a third down stop you got kids hyped up that's cool that's what this is all about a motion but when you start pointing fingers and shoving and portion i mean this could be costly for brother rice all the officials coming together between the ten in the fifteen yard line to discuss what's gonna come up here we're going to explain that maybe the bowl sidelines unsportsmanlike conduct also goes sides so offsetting as the official waves his arm back and floor four down so it's going to be a fourth down an eight for the falcons you're gonna have to put it away here brother rice has won the first off it's a series than won the first offensive series but nonetheless groves has still not given up points in and they just are kind of a bend don't break team both ways their resilient but rice just can't breakthrough in in credit grove's there for uh a not given the ball up in their own territory number one my shadow of his own in zone appointed away at i point out even with the bottom of the lights here at grove's boy the warriors came up at nearly twice the needs of caleb jackson who was tried to call for the fear catch in falcon territory the forty five yard line and if it that doesn't sees employ that's free rein for the falcons to take it back but thankfully for the warriors it skipped at a bounce at one way or if you're the head coach and coach k four brother rice you tell telling your guy he looked just get away from the ball i mean just get away it's a tough one it's it's windy it's rainy it's near the sideline don't fumble of football it's tough to tell a guy that you've been coach of all year come up make the catch secure it and now you tell me get away nice irri pont but nonetheless brother ice great feel position what can they do with it right at midfield just shy knows the football shy of falcon territory here for a first down to ten with 459 to go in this third first play is a handoff what can i go straight up the it'll is donnelly dinah lee runs between.
"caleb jackson" Discussed on Gastropod
"Which i mentioned because granola actually shares a little bit of backstory with peanut butter it was also invented by our friend the health not john harvey kellogg except kind of like with peanut butter it wasn't a concoction of broken up clusters of graham crackers and other cereals was invented in eighteen fixed e3 by dr james caleb jackson who ran a rival sanitarium an upstate new york he called bat granular and he served at cold with milk in the late 1870s kellogg came up with his own version jackson promptly sued him kellogg solutions turn the eu into an oh and call his new products granola granola granola it's all good smacking and with nature box you'll never get bored their new snacks each month inspired by real customer feedback and if you ever try snack you don't like nature box will replace it for free and right now you'll save even more nature boxes offering our fans fifty percent off your first order when you go to nature box dot com slash gaster putt that's nature box dot com slash gastric for fifty percent off your first order nature box dot com slash cast repod this episode has also brought to you by hulu if you didn't know who has a new look inexperience that is more personalized and intuitive you can create up to six personalized profiles including a new kids mode and you can watch everything from lurid journal's like the handmaid's tale hard s and casual to current season tv like the bachelorette and family guy the day after the air as well as bull seasons favorites like fargo blackish an empire all in one place plus with a new option to add live tv.
"caleb jackson" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"One of their defenders linebackers struggle it again he's really get enough down the ground it's backup nights of his play and caleb jackson look at the a little bit group lead for two point with a penalty flag is then as a yearly got really horse dollar dwight trying to reach it in not that pass away a would be called for interference slant route that tied with the right side crunching gets his right arm all over tim white reaches out with his left arm tries to deflected but clearly pass interference having a pretty long conversation if it's clearly pass interference pass interference number nine and then called plays thursday one that even take now to be he's got is back on him over two more wildcats are lining up with cover two defensive than their rolling it feels safety a single high look played manner zone out of it they played man to man that time slant route to the right side kruk shake one for i don't about the two point first a goal the two sport before patient with depicted erect wilson to provide an sport the battle andy is stuff about the one and yard line they just barely got back to the line of scrimmage no gain on the one with little of the arizona defense stuff that one and leading the charge was rant did run a sophomore linebacker for a gilbert tonight it basically he's an extra live slide that we got to capitalize beginner to support exactly trying to get outside they will but i will take it into the end zone route has noticed a touchdown now with individual effort right there blocked a nice job the attack vertically out the defense bounce it to the right side it was that inside attack that cause the defender they it could tame a defender the leap gives sided is gave up yet so that the players by the wildcats great inside out run line caleb along.