35 Burst results for "Camille"

What Do Hurricane Categories Mean?

BrainStuff

03:33 min | 6 d ago

What Do Hurricane Categories Mean?

"Are hurricanes categorized and what do those categories really mean Daybreak and stuff is Christian Sager here when hurricane season arrives each year on June first phrases such as storm surge, wind speed, and I wal- suddenly become part of the summer lexicon in the United States. But probably, the most important words to know about a hurricane are those that describe its power and those include whether it's a category one or category five. The variance between the strengths of these two storms could mean the difference between life and death. Now, meteorologists rank hurricanes from one to five based on the Saffir Simpson scale. The scale is a yardstick that takes into account a hurricane's wind speed, storm surge, and air pressure, and the scale begins with a category one, the least powerful and dangerous. Hurricane, and then it moves towards its climax at category five. The most catastrophic as the storm pushes across the ocean it gathers speed and strength low air pressure forces, ocean water into a huge mound near the I, which could create a devastating storm surge when the wall of water reaches land, the more heat and moisture hurricane consumes the more powerful. The storm becomes that's where the Saffir Simpson scale comes in. The scale was created when Robert H Simpson was director of the National Hurricane Center in Nineteen sixty-nine during the time Hurricane Camille blew through the Caribbean and into the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico. It's winds were clocked at one hundred and ninety miles per hour or three, hundred six. Kilometers per hour as it struck Mississippi and the official death poll from wind storm surge in rain was two hundred and fifty, six people in nineteen seventy one, Herbert. Saffir was working as an engineer in Florida preparing a report for the United Nations building codes that could withstand the onslaught of high speed wins. He eventually came up with a table that outlined the damage to buildings win can cause at various speeds. He worked up five categories of hurricanes based on damage. Each one could cause in nineteen seventy-two Simpson took sappers, numbers and correlated them with storm surge estimates in barometric pressure. The result was the saffir-simpson scale by nine, hundred and seventy-five. The Saffir Simpson scale was in widespread use local state. And Federal officials not to mention the public at large. Now had an easy to read and understand chart that outlined a hurricane's impact. While the Saffir Simpson scale is a good measuring tool it doesn't really tell the full story of a hurricane's impact hurricanes pack a lot of kinetic energy and as a byproduct, a hurricane's power increases exponentially from one category to the next as wind speed increases a category five hurricane for example, is five hundred times more powerful than a category one. How does this relate to property damage compared to a Category One category? Two hurricane can generate seven times. The amount of damage while a category five storm can generate a hundred and forty four times the amount of destruction.

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After The Mississippi Raids

Latino USA

05:40 min | Last week

After The Mississippi Raids

"When It's a Monday in February of twenty twenty. Which means it's a couple of weeks before the coronavirus outbreak is going to bring the nation to a halt. But right now, we are deep inside the state of Mississippi near the town of Carthage and we've come here to meet a group of Watermelon immigrants who have just finished up an English class Sulak here righty don't they win cash. Not, what I Wreck attack Karl and linguists call. By the time we got their class had just been dismissed but people were mingling outside surrounded by plane single storey buildings. We approach to women and I can hear that they're speaking mum Oakton skomer when. On those. It's a centuries old Mayan language. and. So it's pretty surreal to be hearing it right here in the heart of Mississippi. Oh. Three. D.. Understand it all one of the women for the guy has her daughter with her for that. He is not her real name by the way she has a case pending with immigration. Her daughter has a long black ponytail and she's curious but also a little shy and I'm immediately impressed by her talent. She's trilingual. You wait a second year you're like a queen here. So how old are you to the twelve? Yeah. So you speak and speak. English you speak English, you speak Spanish and man and mom. FIDGETY and her daughter came to Mississippi from what the mullahs they're undocumented and they're not the only ones over the past twenty years. The undocumented immigrant population in the state of Mississippi has doubled. So what do you think about Mississippi? You'd like it here. Yes, you do. Because I lacked in school. Your mom does she work in the chicken? No Chill Howard. Has something faith. Ono. Can you show me in? Oh my goodness. My goodness. So she's wearing an ankle shackle. This is the kind of ankle shackle that immigration authorities us to keep track of immigrants once they're released from detention, and while they wait for their court date, it is a plastic ankle shackle and it is. Resting on her foot right now, and it's leaving a permanent bruise indentation. It's Black Infinity Gus case her troubles started when she went to one of the areas chicken processing plants looking for a job. Just as thousands of undocumented workers have done in the last decade, there are a number of major plants around here in small towns such as Morton Forest Carthage, and Canton, which are not too far from the capital of Mississippi. Jackson he'll Fiat Stilo. In Seattle, they are. Your. Stomach, I-I Gumbel throw. Is the whole hold on a second? Are you telling me that you saw your mom went to look for work? At. The chicken? Plant. and. She just happened to be there on the day. When the Raid Happen Is that what happened? August seventh twenty nineteen the day of the largest single state immigration raid in US history. Ice Agents on foot and helicopters descended onto several poultry plants in small towns throughout the region. The arrested hundreds of undocumented workers for the Cup happened to be there on that day looking for work but she was arrested to see if we is the Style. Why? those day. You didn't even work there was did not need neither our how. No fifty gut was released by immigration authorities like many others on the day of the raid. because. She told them she's a single mother several months later though she got into a car accident. And that accident landed her in the hands of immigration authorities again. She believes the local police may have been targeting her because they knew that she had been released on the day of the raids on the. Committee who Senora about the net. Panella For Casino. Lago immigration agents told her that in order to be released and be reunited with her daughter. She'd have to wear an ankle shackle see. Okay. You'll get NYDIA utterly circle me. Okay. Alone only just our Camille. SIP on three stairways CEO. Bob. Nothing. The muscle at the moment is. that. He goes daughter fears that one day her mother could be deported and Teen Day immigrants. She will backing in were model and what about you? Angry alone. You're going to stay here alone. Is that what you want? You want to go back to what the? On Wednesday here with my mom.

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How to make video meetings more real

Talking Tech

02:46 min | Last week

How to make video meetings more real

"On your first box. Everyone's Jefferson brand. Here you're listening to talking tech spending a Lotta time actually talking to people about video meeting and how we're living with them during this very challenging time and twenty twenty today's topic. How do we make the meetings that are virtual? Feel the same as it for their in person. So I taught allow people for this. What you gotTa do at work a lot harder to make them entertaining to make them fun to reach out to people to game affi- everything's one of the people I spoke to her name is Camille Schmitt she works at a streaming service called Filo. And what they do is they do getting to know your day they basically every day is like kindergarten. Tell us something we didn't know about yourself share something with us. It's a little Corny but Camille tells me that it works also spoke to mark Hohmann who is a small business owner he's got a camera store in L. A. called Paul's photo, which has nonstop classes during the pandemic he had to shift the all online. How do you replicate the experience where students come in really to interact with other students and with the instructor? By starting early. Starts every class a half hour early. So people can just sit there and talk to each other sounds like a pretty good idea. Randy. Lerman he is a DJ. He works the Wedding Bar, Mitzvah and Party circuit in Los Angeles. He's lost a lot of parties. This year as most have because parties have stopped. What does he do? He is moved to do Trivia Games on line four corporations and for anybody else who's interested he gets people involved by playing trivia it's working for him. I talked to a guy who is a classic salesman he works for Schneider Electric going from town to town. Selling his electrical outlets to hotels, and now can't do that. He told me what he really misses the handshake walking side by side the opportunity to finish the meeting grab lunch afterwards that's what he misses. But for Tyler Hake what he can do is have a lot more meetings because he's not traveling. So he can see more people in it's working out. Susan Orlean has been meeting with high school students for years consulting with them on how to best prepare for college? Not, at our office anymore she's got rid of the office. She's having video

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"camille" Discussed on Z104

Z104

01:31 min | 2 weeks ago

"camille" Discussed on Z104

"They wait. Runaway aroma model man, It does care. Camille got off on the big ball said I got big bridge big headed enough like chief myself thinking like I don't have enough rope. Take same unknown a show. I got the whole crash with red on top, Not free Telecom. A treat when a doubt seeing me like a thief in stone. My green got me walking on the scene like a whole Imogene. Wait, Wait, wait. Kato. Five year on the same one example rites draw the line in the sand loyalties will be picked Backstreet Verses and think the Verses battle will do 10 songs from each that back to back versus each other. We So you got a couple minutes. Get ready while we played coffee for your head by powerful And nobody.

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Robotics: An Overview

Learn to Code with Me

02:44 min | 3 weeks ago

Robotics: An Overview

"Just explain a bit about like what the field of robotics looks like an is yeah, so a lot of the popular robots that you probably have seen in the news. They're based off of being able to have a robot. That's walking. We're very intelligent robots, not their robots are mechanical pieces. You know of junk. Put something into. Right and so yeah, you'll see walking robot to see dog robots. You'll see the facial expression robots you know that are supposed to women in some way, and those are yes, they definitely hardware involved in back can be very complicated, but what drives those is a I am the programming the software behind it and so in order for us to even get to that point. We're GONNA need a lot more about we're really not there yet. Yes, we have some degree of walking robots, but it's not a ubiquitous technology that you can just plug in play from being in some of my robotics internships. I definitely got the feel that understanding the field robotics is also looking at. At where what it's not doing what people are trying to do and you'll see some articles here there about ooh. Does this robot really what the company that made? It says it does he know like is it? Is it real and that's true for a lot of a more advanced robot, so you might be thinking of so you have to start small. If you were a robotics, intern added company. They most likely would have a narrow field for you so for me. When I was Zuma, robotics internships I always had very narrow fields where it was like maybe just mapping, Gimme a robot to be able to understand its location and navigate on its own or it's. Just being able to see and being identify objects like there's usually a barrier build when you go into robotics, and so you think bishen perception, you think of autonomy so being able to navigate on itself, and that doesn't have to be on legs. It can be on wheels, and then also just some of the use cases so not all robots are meant to do the same things. Some just look pretty and. Some. Just look you know they just walk in. That's all they do. And there is no real application, and then there are other areas of interest where it's like. How do we create an office about the delivers prince to you, so you don't have to get up. Or How do you tell presence robot so that someone can come into an office remotely, but they can't get through the. The door. How do they get to the door on their own? They always need. Someone opened the door for them. So those are some of the branches that you can go on and what anybody who's interested in robotics as a idea, just start going on the list of. How would they do this holiday that end in? You'll come to see how much further we have to go.

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Pennsylvania's Supreme Court to hear appeal of Bill Cosby's sexual assault conviction

Lewis and Logan

00:36 sec | Last month

Pennsylvania's Supreme Court to hear appeal of Bill Cosby's sexual assault conviction

"A new development in the case against Bill Cosby ABC's almost has more after two lower courts refused to overturn bill Cosby's conviction of indecent assault and battery the Pennsylvania Supreme Court announcing it will hear part of Cosby's appeal the court plans to examine whether the five women who accused him of earlier sexual assault should have been allowed to testify also in agreement with the former prosecutor in the case promising not to criminally prosecute Cosby and his wife Camille reacting I'm very very pleased with it's not a hundred percent but now I'm looking at something that is possible possible for vindication

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Bill Cosby granted appeal in sexual assault case by Pennsylvania Supreme Court

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | Last month

Bill Cosby granted appeal in sexual assault case by Pennsylvania Supreme Court

"Pennsylvania's highest court has agreed to review bill Cosby's twenty eighteen conviction for drugging and sexually assaulting a woman at his home in two thousand four the appeals court will consider whether it was appropriate to allow evidence of assaults against other women into the trial involving Andrea Constand here's Cosby's wife Camille I'm very very pleased with it's not a hundred percent but now I'm looking at something that is possible possible for vindication that is the goal bill Cosby is less than two years and with three to ten year term at a prison outside

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Many Americans Are Still Waiting For A Check

The Indicator from Planet Money

02:17 min | 3 months ago

Many Americans Are Still Waiting For A Check

"Keila Nelson is from Lafayette Indiana. A city of about seventy thousand people. It's a very small town. He'll spoke with our producer. Camille Peterson and Kayla says. Lafayette is big on manufacturing. It makes a lot of car. Parts Kayla in fact works in one of those factories. She drives forklift for Subaru. At least she did in March Subaru rounded up all of its employees and said it was shutting. The factory for now told everybody to go home. Kit was worked at Subaru to got laid off the same day. She did and suddenly. The two of them had no income and they have a lot of expenses. I have five boys. Yes yeah oldest is thirteen and my youngest boy. He is to Kayla and her husband needed money coming in so right when they got home they went to Indiana's unemployment website put in their unemployment application. That was on April second. A week win by. I'm like okay. I have some savings. Save the two weeks went by and light. Okay it's starting to get a little bit ridiculous now. Now it's like okay. It's May now. We're going to have to pay rent next month. We don't have any income coming in. We don't know when we can go back to work. We have five mouths to feed. It's been more than six weeks and Kayla and her husband still haven't gotten their unemployment checks. Hilo got so frustrated. She looked around and found a facebook group of people in Indiana. Who were all in the same situation? Bermuda see all different types of people from different walks of life on social media talking about how they can't support their family and household it was just it's sickening and said with the cares that they made it seem like they were going to get the money directly to US online. What is going on? What is going on back? In March Congress passed the two point two trillion dollar cares act and a big part of that. Bill was expanding unemployment to make sure that people kaylynn husband would get money as the businesses they worked for were ordered to close but there is a middleman between those trillions of dollars and people like Kayla state unemployment

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Miss America cancelled due to coronavirus pandemic

Dr Bernie Portner, The Moving Body

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

Miss America cancelled due to coronavirus pandemic

"You can add the Miss America pageant to the list of events cancelled by cove it there is no one the Miss America pageant will not be held this year the organization announced the competition is canceled due to the corona virus pandemic but also said that they would resume in twenty twenty one which will be its one hundredth anniversary the most recent winner of the crown Camille Schreier of Virginia was crowned in December the twenty four year old wow the crowd with a science experiment a first for winning contestant the organization has gone through significant changes in recent years starting with the removal of the swimsuit competition in twenty eighteen

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"camille" Discussed on The Community Cats Podcast

The Community Cats Podcast

09:28 min | 4 months ago

"camille" Discussed on The Community Cats Podcast

"Programs. Ninety eight percent of that group felt that there should be some public financial involvement which is really funny because the area that I'm from in New England. There really is very little public support in that arena. So I've found that an incredibly statement from the attendees and interesting very interesting because it can be a hot topic. We also talked a lot about the concept of return to field versus trap. Neuter return and return to field in some cases is more of returning the cat back but not necessarily knowing. Who's feeding that cat? Who's providing shelter to the cat but the cat good? The cats healthy obviously must have a feeder somewhere must have shelter somewhere. The code is good but we're using the body type of the cat to tell us that the cat has a good home life but we really don't know what that home life is. So how does the concept of abandonment? A lot of people talk about well. That's abandoning cat. I find it a very difficult question to think about to understand. How deep do we have to go to understand? How well is that cat taken care of? I don't know if you have any thoughts on this topic. That's an interesting topic and as you know just a very complicated one. I mean I guess the issue is that we all want to do. What's best for cats? But you can't always know what is best for them what they need and what they want because they can't necessarily tell us so it's up to us to try to make observations and figure out what's going on with the cat and whether a situation of being released better than one of being kept somewhere eventually adopted her taken into a home. Yeah No. It's one of those issues that I don't think as an easy answer. I think that the work that people are doing to help population of cats at already lives outside and to minimize the future populations from coming into existence. I think that's the best way to tackle the root of the problem. In the meantime we'll just have to try to do our best to figure out what's best for them. We talked a little bit before. We hit the record button about the concept of putting animals at risk. Or what does that mean or? There's a survey new legal concept. At least this is something that I learned in one of your podcast which was around the topic of what does it mean to put an animal at risk? And what are your responsibilities? I don't remember the specifics around that conversation but I don't know you had mentioned a little bit about being sort of a new concept. Would you like to share that with us? Yeah sure so. I think my colleague Peter and I jotted about this on the podcast in the summer in the context of Calgary Stampede Rodeo which unfortunately sees animals die in the road every single year they die because of the activities are forced to participate in usually a horse racing activities where they pull wagons and horses often get tangled up in each other and die and I think what started. The conversation was discussing whether it was possible in any way to take legal action against the organizers of those races for putting those animals at risk of dying which they inevitably do and there's some complexities there with the law in terms of how you prosecute somebody who puts an animal at risk and what degree of risk in knowledge that the animal might suffer as receivable and of that they can be prosecuted in. It's a bit of a tricky situation but the discussion was resumed recently because Ontario actually brought into new animal protection laws. It's an interesting situation. The province is traditionally had animal enforcement done by the anterior. Spca which is private charity and like most SPCA's fundraisers to do work. That whole system was challenged as unconstitutional in court and as a result of the court case the province in a new system where so longer the. Spca enforces laws. But it's a public agency. It's public animal welfare inspector. And they brought this in which is something that we really supported and thought was a good move in the right direction and they also made some improvements to the actual underlying laws that that new organization is enforcing and one of those things that was pretty groundbreaking and revolutionary exits. The first time. I'm aware of seeing it. Is they made it an offence to put an animal at risk of heart? So that played right into the discussion that we were having about these types of Rodeo events where animals might be put at risk can be difficult to prosecute them so this is still a new and untested area. And we're hoping that it might be fruitful and make it easier to go after people who use animals for entertainment and the animals leaders suffer. But you know it's an interesting situation to for pet abandonment. If you think about the idea that leaving an animal behind definitely puts that animal at risk of starvation of dying of thirst of dying of exposure. I think it's an interesting way to think about our responsibilities towards animals who we might abandon yet. And that's sort of the thought process that I took when I was listening to the podcast. Which was how does this? Level of risk translate across all sorts of different areas. And you know my definition of risk might not be your definition of risk. So obviously. That's where you need. I guess the law to define what risk really is and then. The judges. Decide how that's interpreted. I would assume that would be the process. Yeah that's exactly right and this new laws only been in effect since the beginning of December so just about two months now so we'll be definitely watching closely to see how that plays out. What kinds of cases are broad? And what the judges have to say about it. One of the other things that I heard on the podcast if Peter was talking a bit about how you know. It's so important for us to treat animals with dignity or think about how we're treating our animals and having almost a greater connection with them than we may currently have. I feel like in that podcast. The word dignity comes up very very often and it seems like. Oh well it's okay. I mean it's an unsaid truth but I also think that that were dignity is really important. I don't know if you have felt that theme going through the show. Maybe what are some of the takeaways that you've learned by being on your podcast and being the host of I think it's quite forty or sixty shows somewhere in that number. Yeah I think we're on our forty eighth episode right now. We do every two weeks. We've done so for about two years. Get the concept of dignity is an interesting one because I think it extends beyond the traditional idea that all the law cares about the suffering so under our laws. It's an offense to cause unnecessary suffering or distress to an animal. But it's not necessarily the case that they deserve protections for their dignity and. I think that that's the way that Peter and I and a lot of people who really care about animals tend to think about it. It's not just about making sure that they don't suffer. It's about making sure they have lives worth living. The respected is individuals. Interestingly in some constitutions the protection of animals dignity these actually legally enshrined principle so Switzerland for instance they include the dignity of animals in their constitutions as a national goal in something that they all have to respect and aspire to. And that's been an interesting inclusion in their constitution because it's resulted in some very good cases in some very good wins for animals at the Swiss animal. Voyeurs have been able to win so we like to think of is not just about making sure. Animals don't suffer but really treating them as full members of society and individuals who deserve respect. So you're mentioning Switzerland. Do you have guests on your show from all around the world or are you specifically focused on Canada? We have an emphasis on candidate. Because it's what we know best but we do regularly have guests on from elsewhere. We've had guests Tantrum New Zealand recently from Austria from the United States. There's a really encouraging. International Animal Walk Community Right now and tons of people working on these issues from all kinds of different perspectives and all kinds of different legal systems. So we definitely make sure we emphasize other jurisdictions to because we think that we can all learn from each other and you talk often about various conferences. That the two of you plan or your organization's plan are those specifically for lawyers or are those the types of conferences that general individuals or advocates that they can attend. We definitely opened up to anyone who wants to come not just lawyers so in October of last year we held the first ever Canadian animal. Lock offense in Halifax Nova Scotia and it was just fantastic. I would say that. Most of the presenters were lawyers but there were plenty of scientists plenty of advocates researchers. Phd Students Lots of other folks who are contributing in the meaningful way and then the audience too. I think I would say at least a third of attendees were lawyers. It's totally of interest to other folks and any listeners. Who are interested in checking that out you can visit Canadian animal law conference DOT CA. We posted information about next September's conference which will be here in Toronto September eleventh to thirteen excellent excellent. If folks are interested in finding out more about your organization or about the podcast. How would they do that? They can check us out that animal justice DOT CA We're having an animal justice gala at the end of April Animal Justice Gallo Dot ca that you can check out and the podcast can be found through our website or an eye to just search paw and order so meal. Is there anything else you'd like to share with our listeners? Today you know just that I think we're at a very cool moment right now. In terms of how we as a society view animals were seeing laws being passed seeing judges taking these issues seriously. And it's because of people like you because of your listeners and our listeners and all the folks coming together just to make it clear that this is a movement. That's unstoppable that we need to do better and it's time for legislators and courts to listen to us. That's great excellent. Well thank you so much for agreeing to be a guest on my show and I hope we'll have you on in the future. It was a real pleasure. Thanks Stacey for having me on and all that you do so for my listeners. I hope you'll consider sharing this podcast with others. Please share our conversation with Camille today. Let's get all those folks who are subscribing to the community. Cats podcast tuning in to die in order. Thanks again. Thank you for listening to community cats. Podcasts I really appreciate it if you would go to tunes lever view of the show. It will help. Spread the word to help our community cats..

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"camille" Discussed on The Community Cats Podcast

The Community Cats Podcast

09:41 min | 4 months ago

"camille" Discussed on The Community Cats Podcast

"Into action today. We're speaking with Camille lab check. Camille is a Toronto. Based animal rights lawyer and Executive Director of Animal Justice Canada's only animal advocacy organization under her leadership animal justice fights legal cases in courtrooms across the country works to promote and pass groundbreaking new animal protection legislation and ensures laws. Already on the books are being enforced. Camille has intervened in precedent setting cases to protect and enhance animals legal interests at all levels of court including the Supreme Court of Canada. She regularly testifies before legislative committees and was instrumental in passing precedent setting national ban on whale and Dolphin captivity last year. She has filed false advertising complaints against companies making misleading humane claims documented. Canada's commercial seal slaughter and exposed hidden suffering behind the closed doors farms zoos through undercover investigations. Camille also has a strong interest in defending and protecting the rights of animal advocates including the rights of people to follow a Vegan Diet. Camille is a frequent lecturer on law. A regular contributor to national publications like the Globe and Mail and lawyers daily and her work has been featured in countless media stories. She lives with two black rescued. Cats sadie incessantly Camille. I'd like to welcome you to the show. Thank you so much as it's great to be here so I also should add that. I met you virtually through your podcast that you do called. Pau An order which I reviewed in a blog post back in February of Twenty. Twenty folks can search pot and order on our website and the blog post will come up but I think you have a fantastic podcast so from one podcast or to another. I'd like to say congratulations and thank you for putting that show together. Oh thanks for the kind words. We have a blast with it. It's a really good chance to delve into some of the Canadian legal issues facing animals but we touch an international work too so some of your listeners are in Canada or other countries they might find interesting so I just wanted to jump right into things. Tell me first and foremost. How did you become so passionate about animals well I always had cats growing up hamsters other animals and I cared about them but my first memory of anybody being mean to an animal is when I was about nine years old and I saw footage of the commercial seal hunt on the television and I just couldn't believe that somebody would club a baby seal to death so I went to university. I didn't really contemplate doing animal work as a career. I was vegetarian at that point and I later went Vegan but I was later working in politics for the leader of Canada's Green Party Elizabeth. May and I saw how her legal training helped her every single day in the work that we did and become more and more passionate about trying to do some work for animals. I've actually gone out to the seal hunt myself. In the meantime with some organizations that documented it and use those images to take to Europe and bring in an expert band of the European Union or an import ban. I should say for seal products so I was getting a taste of animal advocacy and I saw that. There wasn't much of an animal law movement in Canada's so I thought why don't I marry up this lawyer thing with this animal protection thing and go to law school so ten years later here? I am very happy that they went down this path. You very focused very quickly. It seems usually people shouldn't say this generalization sometimes people go to law school because they don't necessarily know what they wanna do but it sounds like you really found your passion and merge them together and in ten years it sounds like you've done an incredible amount of work. I mean what's it like presenting in front of the Supreme Court of Canada? Well it's great. It's great I think one thing that we've managed to do with animal justices use the fact that we're lawyers we understand. The law were experts in the area to enter into institutions. Where animal issues are typically marginalized. The Not really listened to so when animal justice went to the Supreme Court we intervened in the case of the abuse of a dog the sexual abuse of a dog actually and it was the first time that the Supreme Court had heard in person like that from an interviewer who was squarely focused on the interest of the animals. So my colleague Peter Sankafu co-hosts our podcast with me. He actually stood up in spokane. Said Animal Justice is here today to represent the interests of the animals who have no voices of their own in this proceeding. And I think that's what we've been able to do both in courtrooms but also in the halls of parliament than legislatures. We've been able to go in there and make sure that legislators judges that these people with powerful roles to play in the laws protecting animals make sure they hear that the issues matter to people that these are emerging important topics that they need to pay attention to so since. I'm not very familiar with everything. That's going on in Canada. And with a focus on cats since we are the community cats podcast. What are some of the things that are going on in Canada? You're aware of the health benefit cats. Well you know. Interestingly our laws in Canada haven't changed much until very recently it was just this past year that any new federal animal cruelty legislation God amended in significant way so in terms of general animal cruelty laws. Things have been stalled for a while. But I think that's starting to move but one really cool development that we've been seeing with respect to cats in particular is that people are really waking up about the idea. That cat declawing shouldn't be a practice that we allow anymore in society and what we're seeing is various provinces starting to take action. It's interesting because it's not always happening through the law. It's not always the case. That provinces are just saying this practice of cat declawing illegal. We've seen one province. Nova Scotia Honor East Coast do that outright Ban Kat declined through the law but the trend is actually been more that veterinary associations so these are provincial. Regulatory bodies that set rules for how vets must conduct themselves. They're saying to their members that vets just can't perform the practice of cat declawing anymore. Because it's so cruel and unnecessary and we know it's very bad for cats so that's been very very positive and we're hoping to see even more. Moose we've now got most provinces except for the two big ones Ontario and Quebec. There's still at standing so we're hoping for action at the federal level or potentially at the provincial level to outright Ban Kathy Clark will be wonderful actually very great. I think it's so fascinating that it is happening from within the Veterinary Association. Do you know who have been the movers from within the Veterinary Association to make that President Happen. Absolutely there tends to be a couple of vets every province who get very passionate about this so there was a veterinarian in Nova Scotia. His name is Dr Hugh who I know. And he was the one who got the ball moving there and ended up getting the provincial ban place to the law. I know the other veterinarian in Manitoba Dr Jonas Watson who was responsible for really driving it forward they are so it's great that it's being the vet driven we know there's a lot of veterinarians who still do support and perform cat declawing procedures. But I think there's more who've already said just in their own practices that they won't do it and they're the ones pushing from within for these bands such great something very interesting for a veterinarian. To think about I mean it would seem may be. It would be better for them to approach their veterinary associations. And maybe have more impact that way than going through your traditional legal route would way be shorter than the other. We'll typically trying to get anything passed through the legislature can be a long process. They have so many competing priorities that it takes a while just to complete legislative procedure and get a bill passed and then of course there's an uncertainty but whether you're going to be successful because of procedural delays because of political considerations because the organizations like some veterinarians might lobby against Bannon cat decline but with veterinary associations. It tends to be much quicker. So they can to my understanding and knowledge I think that they can just pass a resolution at an agm or policy meeting and then impose that on their veterinary members of the next day. It's very fast. That's great. Yeah I think we should look at that in the United States. I am not aware of Veterinary Association. That has done that in the United States. But that doesn't mean that that hasn't happened so folks out there and you're listening to this podcast right now and you know of some veterinary associations in the United States. That have done this. Please let me know. And we'll make sure we get them acknowledged for their good service. I'd like to change the topic away from declining and let's talk a little bit about community cats and community cats in Canada. And how they're treated from your perspective. What are the things around free roaming cats community? Cats are there concerns. There certainly heated arguments at times between the bird organizations and the cat organizations with regards to predation and that kind of stuff but I was wondering what are the topics around community cats. That really stand out to you. Well I would say that that same debate about cats versus birds happens here in Canada too. And it's no less heated and an important discussion to have for sure one of the things that we've been thinking a lot about it. Animal Justice is about how it is that as a society we address and help community cats and I think the same is probably true in the United States but in Canada issue tends to be moved forward by groups of wonderful volunteers so people get together and care for two cats people who do to protect community cats but this tends to be a community led process doesn't tend to have as much government support as I think it should have and so we've been pushing for a while for governments to take more of a role in helping out. Tnn activities helping community cats helping shelters and animal advocacy and rescue efforts more. Generally we don't think that there should be something that's privately supported by donations from the public. 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Camille Francois on Disinformation Campaigns

Good Code

09:14 min | 5 months ago

Camille Francois on Disinformation Campaigns

"How do foreign actors spread this information online and engage with us to sow chaos or simply spread their message? What have we learned from the campaign of Russian meddling into the two thousand sixteen presidential elections in the US and all we ready for? What's coming in two thousand twenty? Welcome to good code. A weekly podcast on ethics in our digital lives may mean is chain than the. I'm visiting journalist at Cornell Text Digital Life Initiative and I'm your host this week we talk with Kemi Hosoi. She's the chief innovation officer at Graphic and Network Analysis company that studies the spread and patterns of Information Online. She specializes in disinformation campaigns and media manipulation before joining graphic. She was the principal researcher. Google Jigsaw working on electro integrity and this information too. She's been in that space for very long time long before it was in the headlines. Every day I sat down with chemicals wave week ago minutes before her firm released a report called. Red Card which details a recent inoffensive campaign led by an Indian. Pr Firm on several issues including sucker after the two thousand sixteen elections the US Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. Gave graphic out all the data they had on the Russian disinformation efforts targeting the elections millions of posts linked in large part to the Internet research agency the air a patrol farm based instant fetish perk spent seven months studying these posts looking for what she calls the. Abc's of this information actors behavior and content. So I began by asking her to walk us through what that campaign looked like concretely. Just to be clear on something. I don't think we got older data. We had all the data that the Senate could obtain at that time. And I think it's really interesting that nobody to the state had the entire data of everything that happened. The really means that we still have blind spots on this campaign and how you know how it functioned in how targeted users Certainly take a step back. The Russian attempt to target. Us audiences doesn't start in two thousand sixteen. It starts two years earlier with a project called project. Lakhta those two I years between two thousand fourteen in two thousand sixteen really interesting to study because they show a lot of like bizarre experiments that the Russians doing to understand the Americans and to try to see like what are going to be hot button issues. A how can you create panic? How can you go through local media to do that? How can you manipulate local executives to create panic you see in those first two years? Two thousand fourteen in two thousand fifteen a series of again bizarre experiments cullman chemical is one that people tend to be familiar with where the Russian campaign traits to create a local panic saying that chemical plant has exploded of course none of that is true but they send SMS to elected officials? They go on youtube and create fake explosion videos and you know pretty quickly get dismissed as a hoax a year. After that around Thanksgiving they try to create a panic around Thanksgiving. Turkeys being poisoned with Manila. And so you know for two years is sort of like poke around and try different things in two thousand sixteen. Of course it's election year. That is campaign that I think we're all familiar with in so here at that stage. They have fairly developed fake personas rights fake accounts fake individuals fake news organizations and advocacy groups. And those are going to engage in social media to divide the country as much as possible. Sometimes they even tried to use social media to get people to take action. Off-line right so there's a famous case where in Texas. They try to organize to groups of protesters on opposing issues. And they try to sort of like have them be face to face protesting in the streets from one another on the same day at the same time in two thousand seventeen is interesting moment to where the platforms are catching up with security and are starting to take down but at their own different pace facebook as the first to move the identify that some of these groups are not real organizations but are actually run from Saint Petersburg and they start taking it down one by one and that creates a note bizarre situation where these trolls start using the platforms against one another. So in the case of a group that attract many closely that was called black matters. Us was a fake group. It got kicked out from facebook. I in the they sort of moved to twitter to complain about being taken down from facebook and then they starting buying Google ads. In order to redirect traffic from their new websites. Right to two thousand seventeen is very much a cat and mouse chase between the trolls into different platforms and in two thousand eighteen. We see yet a different face of that activity with the midterms. Where here? It's a lot of sort of method. Trolling writes a lot of like telling people that they're going to do something. That's really big in the large campaign when it isn't really exactly the case. Finally we've seen them again at play in two thousand nineteen with a campaign with really good operational security rights of so much harder to look at the accounts and to say. Oh those are the accounts of the IRA but remarkably similar in terms of divisive content. That we have come to know a same communities being targeted of course because they're focused on twenty twenty this time. They're talking about the candidates that they were not talking about in two thousand sixteen Remarkable remarkably consistent strategy in that set. That was taken down in October. Two Thousand Nineteen where so the actors were mostly coming from. Russia on troll farms their behavior. Basically the main trait was what these Very elaborate pursue Nazar. How would you describe their tactics at the time? Yeah it's a great question because I think in reality. They were much more than one actor right. So if you take an actor like for instance it really wasn't in a lot of people's radar and we tend to think like. Oh Iran can learn from Russia and followed along. That's not true. Iran's started using information operations to target American audiences as soon as two thousand nine. They were already a lot of actress. President Two Thousand Sixteen. We were honesty also just not looking for them within the Russian actor is you of course had the I- Rachel Farm. Which is what I just discussed but you also had Russian military intelligence also being active in the election an honesty pursuing very different strategies for the IRA. We saw these very sophisticated fake personas. Some of them were quite popular on lines of my my own favourite troll is Jenna Abrahams. She was presenting as a woman in her mid thirties and her big thing was to do like very funny and engaging jokes online a lot of pop culture commentary and sometimes some really bizarre sort of political and racist commentary. She had built a huge audience to the point that she had often been cited in mainstream media. So that's for the IRA side the story right. So you create very sophisticated personas. Some of them are going to be very successful. And then you sort of used them to divide Americans to sort of like increase chaos in society. That's a bit of different strategy than we've seen from actors like the GRU Russia military intelligence seemed to have been more involved in the hacking and leaking operations right so hiking politicians obtaining material and in creating these campaigns about the release of the material of emails for instance so now fast forward to today. So you brought us through a little bit. What happened in the year before the year? Afterwards and since men in terms of volume has online deception. Faded has it grown. Is it just same? Same Old. Tim will offer Said's very hard to track. But I think it's fair to say that it's changed a lot. Sophisticated actors are getting better in many ways at hiding traces but in many ways investigators in platforms and reporters also getting better at finding these deceptive campaigns. So all the foreign actress side is an interesting cat and mouse game with. I think it's more type of government actors being involved being a little bit better at it every time and growing community of people who are here to expose them in who are sort of like catching up with these techniques. The thing that's also interesting is the growth of a Disney vacation for higher market marketing firms. That are now sort of selling fake profiles in creating fake organizations on behalf of their customers.

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Napping – You snooze, you win!

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 5 months ago

Napping – You snooze, you win!

"Three feel like taking a nap well today you've got an excuse because it's national napping day for some of us it comes as we still feel kind of out of it from having to change the clocks over the weekend between that and my cats getting the crazies at two in the morning I'd definitely had a terrible sleepless nights national napping day was actually founded in nineteen ninety nine by Dr William Anthony a Boston University professor and his wife Camille it was their effort to overcome the prejudice against napping in this country research from NASA actually shows that a forty minute nap can improve your alertness by one hundred

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Napping – You snooze, you win!

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 5 months ago

Napping – You snooze, you win!

"Three feel like taking a nap well today you've got an excuse because it is national napping day for some of us it comes as we still feel kind of out of it from having to change the clocks over the weekend between that and my cats getting the crazies at two in the morning I definitely had a terrible sleep last night national napping day was actually founded in nineteen ninety nine by Dr William Anthony a Boston University professor and his wife Camille that was an effort to overcome the prejudice against napping in this country research from NASA actually shows that a forty minute nap can improve improve your alertness by one hundred

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Better Late Than Never? Big Companies Scramble To Make Lofty Climate Promises

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:40 min | 6 months ago

Better Late Than Never? Big Companies Scramble To Make Lofty Climate Promises

"A growing number of companies have announced plans to tackle climate change and it is not just companies with eco-friendly reputations. Npr's Camilla Domino reports that. These companies are responding to pressure on multiple fronts. Helping the planet is good for business. That's what Elizabeth Sirkin. The Environmental Defense Fund has been telling corporate leaders. We can't exist as people and we can exist as businesses without clean air clean water a stable climate. She started delivering that message. Twenty years ago it was so fundamentally obvious to me. I really felt like business would just get this. She figured CEO's would cut emissions governments would set new climate policies and she didn't need to get a new job. I never thought that this many years later I would still be doing. This turns out helping. The planet did not seem like the obvious move too many. Ceo's but there are signs of a shift. More companies are now promising to cut more carbon and to do it more quickly. And there's an acceleration in the number of companies setting so-called science based targets in line with the global agreement. The Paris Accord Kevin. Moss runs the Center for Business Sustainability at the World Resources Institute. It's a small fraction of the overall proportion of businesses. But it's lodge impactful companies like Guo. Mott's Light Target Light Hilton Hotels. So what changed while the effects of climate change are becoming clearer not as a future risk but something happening right now at the same time solar and wind energy keep getting cheaper and there's more pressure from investors and from customers from some governments. There might be some more surprising sources of pressure to like kids. Here's Elizabeth Sirkin again. I hear from business leaders all the time today that you know their kids come home and say what are you doing dad? This makes a difference. Employees are increasingly influential to Cam. Kim runs an APP. Called Blind. Tech workers can talk to each other about their workplaces and he says they're increasingly discussing issues like climate change. People talk a lot of compensation of course and the work culture but I think this is a whole new segment in a survey half. His users said companies climate policy affects whether or not they want to work their employees investors customers science. All of that played a role in Microsoft's recent decision to go beyond carbon neutral and pol more carbon dioxide out of the air then. The company admits but chief Sustainability Officer. Lucas Java says there's another factor too. He says it's helped to frame this as an accounting problem. And that really is what I see. Flip executives mindsets around is to just talk about this in terms that they understand talking about a carbon budget quantifying. Exactly how much companies emit and how much they'll need to cut at the end of the day. What companies are really good at doing is making decisions based on numbers of course setting carbon budget is one thing sticking to it is another and some experts say there could be a danger in relying on big corporations to drive the fight against climate change. Chilanga Baker is a professor at Northeastern University who studies the social justice dimensions of transition away from fossil fuels she says communities especially vulnerable and marginalized communities should have a say in the fight against climate change and feel the benefits of a switch to green energy. I'm just not sure if I have the faith given that you know. Corporations are very concerned about expenses and profits that they would really think about something that may add cost but that may be more just Baker says commitments from companies can definitely be powerful but she says government policy can make sure. Vulnerable populations are protected. She's not the only one who looks at these voluntary commitments and sees a need for regulation after all some companies taking action is nowhere near enough to stop climate change Elizabeth's Durkan who spent two decades urging companies to act. She's asking them to do more than just cut their own emissions. It's really critical to engage. The policymakers corporations from BP to Pepsico say they support a price on carbon sturgeon says companies. That really want to lead on climate need to put money towards advancing those policies Camille Domino ASCII NPR news.

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"camille" Discussed on The Basement Yard

The Basement Yard

12:24 min | 6 months ago

"camille" Discussed on The Basement Yard

"Where you can get our daily morning show and next week's episode today. What's up guys? Welcome to the extra yard. Einiger Camille Kostic and these are my boys. Oh my God. She's been on the radio before for sure also was looking at the. I don't know if I need to do that again. Sifted my eyes. So it's cool. Yeah Anyway Camille. Kasich is here guys for those of you. Who Don't know. She's a sports illustrated model cover model cover model out. Thank you thank you. I was GONNA get that was building up if you're GONNA listen. I haven't seen I haven't seen yet. I've seen my gosh. I didn't even think to bring you guys Yeah a prophetic eyebrow you present but I forgot to bring the plane up this president like it's like there's a big thing now has a story behind it. That's why I'm excited on it. Oh yes okay. So or whose it four. It's okay but by also Danny. Is it something that Danny can put on my body? Yeah I like I'm into it already actually asked me to lose him down this morning. I didn't ask you me down. I got my back wax yesterday. I need some lotion and I needed somebody to help me here. We go with the braves. Yeah Oh yeah. Oh Yeah you want to say. She doesn't she doesn't like the way. We abbreviate words. I actually think it's hilarious. I just can't believe how quick your brain functions to just abbreviate abbreviate. Where it's like a brief the catch the catch that one yet. It happens easy just had no not that big of a word neither is lotion. Loesch sounds Loesch also just sounds comfortable. Loesch me up yeah. I'm I refused by the way. Do you put lotion on all the time. This guy doesn't put lotion on. Yeah I don't know why I will say that. I am very good about moisturizing my face but I need to be better about my body because let's be honest. This is only five percent actually saw I was I when I went to see a dermatologist. I actually there was like a poster on the wall like wow. I'm one of those statistics and it was like a statistic of people that only moisturizer face on the regular and they're like ninety five percent of the rest of your skin is like crying for help. What percent doesn't Lotion any party? Because that's this guy. I used chapstick that a lot of people. Just don't give love to the rest of their body just because they're like I love. The clothes must've loesch up for bed and then in the morning before bed in the morning that's uncomfortable. Yeah which is just like you know you. Don't you don't lotion get right into bed? You loesch and then you walk around. Yeah you kinda around a little bit because you don't want to everything in the bed kind of stick to you because my dog talking about talking cocoa but cocoa butter Veselin Baby. It's the best now Yankee candle in there. No I have some Some colored my skin so I need cocoa butter guys a little Brown Yellow Brown background talion. Puerto Rican wow. Yeah what are what's yours again. Mines interesting let me guess. You're like Dutch. Did you do ancestry? Dot Whatever twenty three and whoever no I just asked my parents and then. They told me about their families. The old school that'll save you a hundred and fifty dollars now. Everyone wants to spit in a cup and send it in the mail us. Ask Your parents they know. Yeah Polish Irish Jamaican you're Jamaican. We've we've gone over this the same way to your gym again. It's an authentic reaction route rebutting. Yeah my dad. Hundred Percent Polish blond hair blue boy Paul Polish. Both are they from Poland. Your parents not not my dad. But my Grandparents Nice throat and my mom's Dad Jamaican my mom's mom red hair freckles. Irish were the help that they need. I forgot but they bridge and my mom was raised in the Virgin Islands. So I finally my aunt Camille one named after still lives. Virtually she never left which is great because do other all the time. It's it is my favorite. I do a lot of traveling as my favorite place in the entire world but I but the reason that I also love it so much because there's a lot of people like Oh yeah I've been there for cruises but like I don't live the tourists life there. I live the local. I little secret spots. Good Restaurant Secrets Like the beaches that like people down. There probably are just like friendly friendly right. Everyone's this afternoon. What you say to everybody who say more than lie you talking about that in my head. I can hear my Auntie Camille embarrassing. What do you say aunt answer? Really Strangest Yeah. She said it like fucking shop are all your aunties. Or what is one of the Tragedy Church whether you now it's CEO is see. I believe Polish for aunt. My Dad's grandma. My Puerto Rican Grandma. Aletha la sexy way to kind of sounds so that means little grandma I know. But it's like she a little woman are she's the tiniest most Puerto Rican thing of all towel people also shrink. That's a fact. But she was always supersonic coming here to help you how she talked. She talks few weeks before thirty in the morning. Cluck breakfast lunch and dinner in like four hours for them. Goes Asleep at four thirty wraps. It's on the counter. I know that's cool. That's that's a quote that is actually isn't interesting background. I was waiting for like I'm German and Irish yeah. I thought that was going to be some like well. I'm also a little Dutch and like I don't I don't really know all right so let's get to this cover right model to model here. Oh Yes yes. Alma model now rounded by models today. It's believable what life I'm living. I rather I don't know if I have what it takes to be honest. Hey you gonNA. Yeah that's thinking that's called stinking thinking but if you don't believe in yourself let me tell you you're never gonna get it. I walked right in that meeting. I said listen guys. What can you guys do for me? Yeah he did and it worked. It worked it worked. Raise that place of competence. Always say if you don't believe in yourself then who will? If you went in there was like so do you guys think I can you guys do for me but I have got all of this. What it is. And he's got to make you money. I pulled out the year. You just tell me to show up. I'll get the work done. We'll get a popular in here trying to sell body. I also have this turtle. Thank you so much guys made jokes all the time. And so when when I got the news before I came here. I didn't believe it at first because I don't believe thank you. Thank you thank. You know not believe okay. Oh that's a genuine. Thank you John Lewis. Clammy got that Raynaud's Brother has white. We'll find out we'll find out we do a blood test at the end of every show every show is brought to we donate it. It's a thing even withstand like fingerprints. Sorry we're getting off track. I forgot you forgot. That's better than not knowing ever. I don't know I found out in two thousand thirteen before I went to China and I was really scared because I hate needles hate them and then found out and I forgot but I realize now as I'm getting older and care more about what I put my body as far as food goes that it's very important to know your blood type. Because you could have someone like a nutritionist or Dietitian. Whoever gives you a meal plan but it might not be good for your body more specific because your blood type. Yes you can find out what you should be eliminating based on your blood type. That will help you live your best life. Basically who did that for me when I got diabetes and they just told you yes. You're white thing everything eliminate wait. Actually segues into my present. I have a guess but I'm not GonNa say what it is. No no I'm not GONNA say it. No because if I pull it out. That's what I thought it was. I'm not I'M NOT GONNA say it if it wasn't what I just I don't Wanna well. What am I going to find out when we see it? Okay I need to see this thing segues. We could segue so speaking of diabetes and sugar gift for Danny No. I'll sneak a couple but okay but you did ask Dainik. Rub It on you Danny can rub it on you. Okay all right so we've as inappropriate so you could rub it on it. But that's not an appropriate. I would say that I'd say for sure dude. I saw your ass like four days ago like and not the most inappropriate friends ever against my will. I saw your S. I'm sorry say that now. This climate we live in. And I get in trouble again in the workplace against my will and I haven't taken it over to hr but now that I'm really saying it out loud you're gonNA see your. Hr what he's going to be fine. He's not on my side but so when I was in park yesterday I found these fellows at this farm to table place and anything candy flavored. I will buy because it's very far and few wait. What is that marshmallows? Candy Marginals Grove. But they're like healthy eating right now but I won't last night trash. I don't really like it okay. I'm bombed okay but I want you to try it and Danny do have some end. We're the big sugar's sixteen. I told you I mean when you go farm-to-table place and that's the worst thing in their menu and I bought it for me and then I say back on his classic made out of like the people. Yeah Yeah you could tell and then. I'm curious if you're going to like it. I mean the only thing is that this is gonNA actually help my modeling career. Oh my God has to maintain so no. Don't they want you to be softer said? You're too muscular. Like the muscular. Shame me yeah. This year I have a very large upper shelf. It smells smells like Khan Candy Flavor. Smells like a like my grandma's bathroom. Oh I hope ARY marshmallow marshmallow. That would be yesterday. This marshmallows made in a farm. It tastes like the walls this out like with inside of the Waldir apartment that pink stuff. This is Bob and so on. I don't know I threw my now through my package out and that says a lot because I love every like someone would be like that is that is way too has too much sugar in it and I'm like Oh that's mine. Conflict Cotton Candy flavored Italian ICE AND ICE. Cream and sodas Shots which insulin shots. No no no no like a shot at the bar. That's the only shuttle. Drink your drink of choice. Can't even talk about it yet. I do have a drink of choice. Coming soons bomb good. I can't really like focus.

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Camila McConaughey is on the Today Show Talking About Eating Placenta

Who? Weekly

02:45 min | 7 months ago

Camila McConaughey is on the Today Show Talking About Eating Placenta

"To the podcast wheel and everything you need to know about the celebrities. You don't. I'm Bobby Finger. I'm Lindsey Weber. Here's a quick call about Camilo Laconic. Hey let's just listen islands bobby Longtown on time I'm calling because I was watching the today show with my mom because I'm home for a bit. And there was a cooking segment with Camille McConnell. Hey who is backing kind of his wife. And at one point They had a shot of all the today. Show host eating her food and she misspoke and said that it had placenta and it and it was shocking. Okay good on orange by not all that interesting but there are a few things that I wanNA point down here number one Camilla Alvis which which is how. I've always known her. I said to you I was like her. MOCATTA has never been her last name. It's so confusing to hear her referred to as Camilla Makaay because as far as I my new professionally and she changed her name obviously but I thought she still went by Kimmel Alvis professionally. But apparently she doesn't anymore The the pattern like year something changed. Yeah something changed something changed. They've been married for eight years right along to be like ooh. This woman is just like now being like okay. We'll try mcconaughey and see how it goes. Everyone calls her Camilla Alvez's like everyone does everyone who calls her calls her that. Correct me if I'm wrong but I you think leaning into mcconaughey as new thing for her. Anyway she's doing like life style blog. She's she's going hard on something. Yeah absolutely this is got to be new now but listen to this. This is a sign of how so I found the video of her on the today show. And yes she misspoke and she she mistakes and she calls it placenta. The castles passes like Ha what. She's Brazilian English. As a second language she misspoke. That's all this that part. Isn't that funny. This is the part of today. Show that kind of shook me here. We go all right this morning on today. Food were starting New Year off right with fun and healthy recipes that your entire family can enjoy better to help us out than Camille. McConnell runs runs out well who better to help us out with fun and easy recipes. Then Camilla Makaay was. Those are last humans tilted. I didn't know she either or at least I didn't know that she cooked professionally. In a way that she wants others to emulate I. Yeah I know about her. She's one zillion she's a model. She's married to Matthew McConnell. Hey and I thought what she did was mostly model slash like run his his charity with the charity And I know that charity is called Junkie Bloom. Jk Lynn. You know as we've talked

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Chasing Cosby

Dr. Death

02:03 min | 7 months ago

Chasing Cosby

"It's nineteen ninety one and Bill Cosby is one of the most famous and powerful actors and entertainers in the world in November. He's on Larry. King live show. Promoting a brand new autobiography called Childhood and sharing some of his favourite jokes. The old story was if you took it a little drop. It was on the head of a and put. It doesn't mega and the girl would drink in low American cosby's Ashby's doing this Spanish fly routine for Larry King one which he's performed onstage since the nineteen sixties in. It cosby jokes with audience about slipping an APHRODISIAC FOR DJ. Back into a woman's drink. A drug that renders her helpless. After a couple of SIPS. You know anything about Spanish fly no Dome Ema. While there's this girl crazy Mary it would some in her drink as you go to a party. She five girls standing alone. Spanish fly like that. I didn't know anything about the Spanish fly routine back then and the media didn't pay much attention to it either At this point in his career cosby had written bestselling books about parenthood and made the world laugh with family friendly comedy routines he was a humanitarian and philanthropist who donated millions to charities and colleges alike but it was his portrayal of Dr Cliff huxtable on the Cosby show that earned him the warm and Fuzzy Moniker of America's Dad. You're funny well thank you so you see the do of us. We have something in common cosby's long long seemingly happy marriage to Camille only added luster to a picture perfect image of a devoted husband and father. There was never a hint. Not even a whisper that he wasn't who he seemed to be. But that's banished fire routine. Was there hiding in plain sight all this time cosby talking about slipping drugs into women's strengths. If we'd only known back then it wasn't just a joke

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Camila Cabello Continues to Apologize for Past 'Ignorant' Comments

The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

08:38 min | 8 months ago

Camila Cabello Continues to Apologize for Past 'Ignorant' Comments

"I don't think that the General Public Blake was aware of this quote. Racism facism scandal that obey. Oh had in her past when she was young she more than just rebe logged. Things things on Tumbler. I think there's also been leaked audio or video but don't quote me on that okay. That's why I think let's just say and this is a good way of phrasing. It okay in her past. There was more than just one isolated incident. There was a pattern of what some would call racist behavior or others would call racially insensitive behaviour or some which is called dumb and young but should know better behavior. So recently this twitter account quote exposed re brought to the public's attention a Re blogs that. She had done tumbler a long time ago once again. I don't quite understand the thinking here if I was her manager. Just like if I was Justin. Justin Bieber's manager when he did the same thing I would have said. Ignore it. You already apologize just like Bieber had already apologized. 'cause the general public probably wasn't aware of this. I mean this is what an instance when I think and actually I'm almost sure what celebrities like me like obey Yo lie and say. They don't really check twitter. They're lying because if she didn't check twitter then she wouldn't have known known Oliver Mentions and replies right she she does check twitter and she did see that this is going viral. Ish Not even on all of twitter waiter but in her twitter sphere it her world on twitter which is not the general public. It's not the masses okay. So she decided to release a statement addressing this expose again and she said I'm sorry from the bottom of my heart when I was younger I used language that I'm deeply ashamed of and we'll regret forever. I was educated at ignorant and once I became aware of the history and the weight and the true meaning behind this horrible hurtful language. I was deeply embarrassed I ever used it apologized and I apologize now I would never intentionally hurt anyone and I regret it from the bottom of my heart as much as I wish I could. I can't go back in time and change things I said in the past but once it's you know better you do better. That's all I can do. I'm twenty two now. I'm an adult and I've grown and learned an unconscious and aware of the history of the pain. It carries in a way I wasn't before those mistakes don't represent the person I am or the person I've ever been. I only stand and have been stood and have ever stood for love and inclusivity and my heart has never even been had any ounce of hate or divisiveness. The truth is I was embarrassingly. Ignorant and unaware I use my platform to to speak out about injustice and inequality and continued doing that. I can't say enough how deeply sorry and ashamed. I feel I apologize again from the bottom of my heart so I have a lot of thoughts but I if you were her manager would you have advised her to address this going viral again. No I would just let it die if she apologized before might sit there. I don't understand what I had heard. Now maybe you could correct me if I'm wrong but what I heard is over this past this week. She went and deleted some of this stuff. My question is yeah. Yeah okay. That's true so during the time from the original apology until now now why the hell wasn't a deleted during this time. That's what I don't understand like if you apologize for something before. Wouldn't your team say. Hey let's make sure sure your entire feed is cleaned up. Let's go back now as tumbler. Something you can't erase. Maybe that's what I'm not understanding. No you can it just maybe okay. So why wasn't there stuff taken down. I think laziness really you can but it isn't that well first of all I don't know how much and how often she was posting on. Tumbler and the search functionality isn't as easy as it is on twitter on twitter. If you said Dumb Racist Shit you could just type in what you think. Thank you said there are screen grabs of and that'll easily come up so you can delete and you could go back through your tweets. You can literally scroll grow back to the beginning of time if you WANNA get on Tumbler. That's the only way to delete it by scrolling back and like what I was trying to say she may. They have been very prolific on Tumbler and may have posted a ton and out of laziness. Somebody just didn't go and scroll through and delete all of inappropriate Ed's there'd be a lot of people getting fired on my team if that happened a lot of people after the initial apology. How how do you not have a social media? person goes back and says you know what that is my job if it takes me three days to scroll back it takes me three days. I'm going to delete everything. No I think the older person should fire than herself. Because that's a directive. It should have come from her. She should have told her team if she didn't tell her team to delete it. Then no nobody's getting fired and boo on you bitch. I don't know I think thank you pay someone to take care of that type of stop. I would think maybe you don't. Maybe she doesn't maybe with this. It's so sensitive that her team is like. Okay you they David Yeah. Her team thought like even you know asking her. This would be like opening up a wound or like if there is indeed a team. That's your job job to manage landmines. I agree with you as I said at the very beginning. I don't think she should have brought it up and then I'm sick like honestly there has to be people in positions of power that listen to our show. y'All me up I am going to start doing doing in my consulting business in two thousand twenty because this statement is adequate. But it's not great. Neither was Justin Bieber's let me explain. Explain why she started off with something. That's just bullshit. In the United States of America no matter how old you are a twelve year old an eleven year old a ten year old. They all know the history of racism and slavery and hurtful language in this country and yes Camille. I was born in Cuba but she spent most of her life in the United States. In Miami there's two things that she did not mention that she could have and and if she would have been that deep bet honest I would have been like. Wow Okay I get it. Behavior like the one that she exhibited that was not an isolated incident was repeated behavior. That is something taught or learned. That is something the thing that you hear either in your house or you hear from your dumb ass friends there say hey my blank. Hey my blank or are my blank or whatever. It's your environment whether it be your family or your friends. You grow up hearing that and you think it's acceptable and when it and then you tie it into and when you're young and you don't know better you're hearing those closest to you safe things like that. You think it's acceptable. But she didn't say that I think she did. I think that's exactly what she said. She was young and online. Culture is filled with stupidity. That's all that it is. I mean it's really dumbness. It's just a pile of dumbness. If you look at it and I think kids test the boundaries of dumbness all of the time and and I think they send dumb things to one another and I don't think they think about it. I don't think it's like I don't even think they know it's taboo. I just think that they're ten eleven twelve you. I don't think when you're ten eleven twelve you don't think of repercussions you don't even think it's a big deal because everybody's saying dumb things like that when they're ten eleven twelve twelve in testing the boundaries of language that I think she is kind of saying i. Listen I feel you win. There's no heart to it. There's no it feels kind of cold. They she could have maybe said look I was ten and ten year olds. Well Earl I need to set the record straight. She was fifteen at the

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Director Greta Gerwig on 'Little Women' and Louisa May Alcott

The Frame

10:25 min | 8 months ago

Director Greta Gerwig on 'Little Women' and Louisa May Alcott

"Start with a new film that opens this Christmas Day. It's an adaptation of Louisa May alcott novel Little Women and it is a lovely little gift of a movie yourself theory someday. So you'll need me. You'll wish you have behaved better. Thank you so much for your employment and your many kindnesses I intend to make my own way in the world. No no one makes their own way. Not really we civil woman. You'll need to marry. Well you are not married. Because I'm rich wjr. The film is from writer director. Greta GERWIG stars. Sir Sha Ronin. She played the lead in Greenwich Direct. To`real debut lady bird and the rest of the march sisters are played played by Emma Watson Elisa scanlon and Florence pugh Laura dern plays their mom and Meryl Streep is they're wealthy aunt March gerwig has been thinking about little the women for a very long time well before she even found out that producer Amy Pascal was developing a new adaptation of the novel. Here's Greta Gerwig little women and has been a book that I have loved my whole life in a very deep way to the point. Where my memories? And the memories of the March sisters were intertwined in that way that I think books of your youth can means something even beyond being books because th- they they're the they become part of your family I think that's that's the magic of Reading when you're a child is the the distinction between fiction and reality is thin for you or it. It was for me anyway But I hadn't read it since I was about fourteen or fifteen and then I read it in my early thirties when I turned thirty and I All this stuff came out at me in the book that I it not. When I was a child I can passion get so savage could hurt anyone and I enjoyed it? You remind me of myself never angry. I'm angry nearly every damn I li- reading as an adult. I heard all of these different things. I saw it as much touch spike easier and sadder and stranger and almost more triumphant in a certain way and also just is this kind of being aware of an author was another layer of it for me that Joe both wants to be an author but then Louisa as author and so even though Joe March march by the end of the book says she stops her ink well and stops writing and gets married and has children opens a school Louisa though wrote and she wrote that book and we know what. Because there's the book you know. I just sort of had an idol saw about well if I made this. I'd want to center center on this. I'd WanNa Center on all these themes that I felt I hadn't really seen yet about it which was ambition and money money and women an art and I heard in passing my agent said at a dinner. Oh they're interested making little women again again and I was like what I have to go. I have to talk to them. I have an idea and I hadn't made anything at that point. But he got me a meaning and I I went and I talked talk to them and I told them some version of what I wanted to do and And I said I want to direct it and they wanNA write in Iraq and I hadn't had nothing to really show that I could do that so but they very luckily hired me to write it. And then I wrote my draft in in two thousand fifteen two thousand sixteen and then I went away and I may lady bird and then by the time I was finishing that up they said well what what do you think about making little women and I thought I said well I knew you'd ask. I'm ready but it was a it was one one of those for two. It's turns events. I want to ask about that perspective that you had a reading the book as an adult versus as a young woman woman sure and the perspective you have as somebody who is a creative person gas writing movies and making movies because so much of the movie and certainly in the book as well is about the challenges of being a creative person and how you value your own art how you compromise with people who are financing it and how you find your voice even in those parameters that's right now there's a you you picked up all the cards I put down. No it's a it's funny. It's that the opening scene between Joe March and her publisher Mr Dash would which the majority of it is actually word for word from the book when she says took care to have a few of my sinners repent and he says people want to be amused not preach that morals. Don't sell nowadays. That could be me talking to a studio head about something. I WANNA do But it was. It was all there for me to be discovered. I didn't invent it like like I said that. That scene is a scene from the book but it felt too so relevant to right now and then beyond that when when I was researching Louisa Mail Cart and it became clear that that who Lewis male caught was was equally the subjects that I was interested in and then you learn about her life. Is You know unlike Joe. She never got married. She never had children and but she kept writing and she did keep her copyright copyright of little women which is a you know huge thing that she did and I mean there are so many things about her life and what she did. It felt eerily familiar and I think even even in the fact that Her publisher sure and even herself but her publisher truly didn't know what a hit he had. And I find that happens all the time that there's a constant underestimating of audiences that are not the same audience of the people who are in charge of publishing or whatever that may be the the first half of little win because it is really to books as written ends so group. The curtain falls upon big. Joe Beth and amy whether it ever arises again depends upon the reception given to the first act of the domestic drama called little women death. It's almost like she's saying I've got a a sequel but I hope people by the I know she's She's a business lady no she and and and it it. It's worth saying that the the initial printing sold out in two weeks and it has not been out of print for one hundred fifty years in one thousand nine hundred four. There was a story. Little women leads poll novel level rated ahead of Bible for influence on high school pupils. Yeah that's nice. I mean I mean it's just nice for her and it raises his other question like what people take away from the book because you can interpret it in very different ways. I'm going to give you two prominent women who have thoughts. That's about it. The first is Gloria Steinem. WHO said in Nineteen ninety-two? Where else could we read about an all female group who discussed work art and all the great questions or found girls who wanted to be women and not vice versa? Oh that's beautiful found girls that wanted to be women not the versa. And here's the author meal Paalea who says the whole thing is like a horror movie. I know I think if you have an idea in your head of the it can be of little women. It's usually from the first book. It's the kind of Christmas to Christmas structure. And the you know the second half of the book Louis Male jokes. She should've called the wedding marches. Because they all got married and truly British version is called good wise exactly zoo you know. It was in this to book structure which is part of why I is structured the film I did starting with them as adults Because I wanted to start with the second half but I also think there's two books embedded in it because if you you just read the book on its face value with this. Kind of pre Victorian morality of Domesticity in virtue tied to femininity communitty. And all of these kind of tidy bows put on each chapter. Then I think you miss what's really roiling roiling underneath and if you read it that way of course Camille Paglia is completely right. It is something that would be a horror show if that is all you're seeing but I'd the way I look at it is if you can take the ending of the book where she felt she must marry Joe off to someone because that's what the readers demanded and she made this economic decision. That's what she would do Because she had so books then if you if you read everything through the Lens of will she had to make it all kind of tidy for the time time then if you take away the tidiness what's left is a whole bunch of am Bishen and mess and anger and lust and craziness and things things that don't fit neatly into any box. And so what I wanted to do was not update the text. The text doesn't need updating. I wanted to take away the constraints constraints of the time in some ways. Because that's what was interesting to me and even in those constraints. Louisa really did do her best to try. I to imagine what what would in a gala -tarian marriage look like. What would something that was? Not Essentially INDENTURED SERVITUDE BE As a marriage and I feel that you know Gloria Steinem being one of them with a Simone Tip Avar Patti Smith Orlando Toronto or J. K. Rowling rallying. There's a long list of women for whom this book meant very specific freedom an ambition and what I wanted to do was make a film film that was in the tradition of why that inspired them. Because it's there's gotta be a reason more than she got married to Professor Bear Sogo to see you. Thanks for coming as really

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Miss Virginia Camille Schrier is crowned Miss America 2020

KYW 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 8 months ago

Miss Virginia Camille Schrier is crowned Miss America 2020

"The new Miss America is the Bucks county native was crowned the winner at last night's ninety nine Miss America competition miss Virginia twenty four year old Camille Schreier is a pharmacy grad student at Virginia Commonwealth University she grew up in new town Bucks county dressed in a lab coat she wowed the crowd and judges with the colorful chemistry demonstration says she hopes to break stereotypes about what it means to be a mis American

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Virginia biochemist is the new Miss America

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 8 months ago

Virginia biochemist is the new Miss America

"The new Miss America is miss Virginia Camille Schreier a biochemist and she blinded them with science last night there was no bikini under that lab coats and she gave a chemistry demonstration of the catalytic decomposition of hydrogen peroxide for the second year in a row women were not judged in swimsuit to evening gowns that change was made when former fox news anchor Gretchen Carlson was running the

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"camille" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

07:15 min | 11 months ago

"camille" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"From Camille avail it's called stainless bank is. they. is vin and see the full time. two point seven KIIS FM. but you. you. I need. one of two point seven kiss FM at least number one hit music station happy Sunday it's ruby and only got so I just got a text from my sister right she's older than me sat at that by the way if you're listening and she's like why.

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"camille" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"camille" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"All right. So Camille arrives, and even though the women are so mad at her. They're all like. Oh, camille. Giving her these big fake hogs. It's so fake. It's Larry's and Denise is everything's great and community. Oh my God. Camille isn't as positive but yeah, they're all giving her a big old fake hugs. And then we find out her assistant passed away, which is really sad. We already fan about on this show. We've already been sad, but I mean still really sad Scott. And she, then we get some clips of Scott and the cliffs of all of Camille, friends are always Camille, saying something never anything that they've said, she's like. Rice, God, remember, Scott, everybody, when I said, we're both virgos to sky. So Camille is like I never thought I'd being situation. Yeah. You never you never think you're in a situation where you'll have no close, right? House or a house? And they're like, yeah, but you have that, that beach house, right? Like all already to undermine her like tragic situation. Yeah. Yeah. Said a structure it's a vacation this is like, my, my house house. You know, to me, it's like, well, yeah, we come back. We're lucky I mean, we're gonna financial situation where we can rebuild, you know, if you ever seen a dick, have you ever seen a giant, dick meal, a hammer into a plank making meals like you know, I don't think any center stands. I mean okay, Denise is very lucky that her rented house did not get burnt down. Swear curse to me and not my daughters out to diva business business managers out of the country for two weeks. I lost my card. I'm like curves consignment. David, he was saying to me that, you know, we lost his, our launcher boots. You know you lost reports in your skis. He wants his boots. He's a man and those. Go get him. So upset. So she had to go find for a husband, everyone's like, oh, my cut. You. So then we cut back to Theresa PK walking to the Kitson. And she's like, don't understand what have gone through the town just burnt down. Can we just can we not talk about how rope it's been onto reet? I know exactly. Although it is funny. We should mention that, while Camille was telling her like sob story, which is by the way, a legitimate sob story that was like I had to go and just get an old Burberry coat. Just had to get something from chanels them old, dusty thing from Chanel so embarrassed. So they go to unveil the window and of course streets like what have you done? The way this looks proportionate, it's supposed to be a workout room peaches about strolling bowed women. This has not been powered like, oh, God to read so Doritos in she's the man should be on that side of the wind wasn't doing after do everything myself, so she goes in and she moves one mannequin over. Like thing but self typical rates lady it's already looking so much better. Honey, babe by it looks better. Look at that, but it's supposed to be a son bucks with diamond sounded at. Everyone. Applauding or like she just sell like world peace. Teeth things. And then they have this creepy child gold, mannequin an Indian Indian Indian style. You cross your leg, and I was like you're creepy. Creepiest thing in this window. Get rid of that creepy child. Well, this is the same store that hosted Mike's you heads baby..

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"camille" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"camille" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

"More. I saw on Twitter that Camille was getting show. Show. So I saw on Twitter that Camille is angry that she is not getting a bonus for being on the reunion specials like the other ladies are. And she's she was kind of saying, I brought it this season, and I'm not getting what they give are giving me. So I don't t- yourself. And so she thinks like her fans are going to rally around turn just no one even respond. Camille, you should feel lucky that you're on the lucky. That I'm watching rocky that were bearing with you. Yeah. I like Camille when they would just show up and be like, hi. And then it was a Camille, then that's it. That's all you gotta hurt that you'd see her like body roll. And like there was music playing we needed. It's like you know how you have a good friend and you go to their parties, and you run into somebody else in you like say, oh, hi so good to see you. And then you never talk to them again. That's what I want. I just wanted to show me, I come here, and then have heard not say anything and talk about never nevertheless, touch than when I saw her in that wedding dress was usually when I see any of these women in a dresser in a big change of life. I'm in tears, and I was truly just like, oh, I can't believe after watch this bullshit. I couldn't believe that conversation with her and lease. So we're at least it's like I'm sorry to invite you over to come so quickly. She's like literally, the day before Camille is weddings though, this wasn't a plan. She was like, I'll come right over. I'm so looking forward to this. It was just so weird that conversation had and probably so please decked out to the nines, and. No up it. And then what jacket with, like hot pants and pink backpack. Yes. Heels like did she step out as an extra and party girl or something? I don't know what's in some type of thing now. Right. I thought I. Yeah. Going on about that. But that might just be me not paying close enough. Attention to the Daily Mail, I can by paper form now that I live in London. What a dream when a tree mean. Yeah. We you live in London. How did I miss this? I knew went there all the time. Live there lady of London. I moved there like a year. Ryan. I'm, I'm everything I'm Sean to embarrass. I'm jealous jealous. Yeah. Whatever you want to come visit were there. Wow. They're reality television, so far superior. Tar, like, what are we going? What could we watch? And can we cut any of it? I'm going to tell you about. Well, first of all, love island is on. You did You with that. have to get on her. I told you about my face or yours. Fiercer yours is one of the best shows it's on comedy central in the UK which is different from comedy. Central say, I can't imagine them having any lady. No. And so two comedians and they have like reality stars come on, but not our reality stars like people who are on the challenge like that kind of caliber of, and they come on with their partner, they're, you know gay straight, whatever. And so let's say it's a guy and a girl. And so the guy and the girl was sitting on the couch, and they pull the audience and they show like six pictures of random women. And the guy has to say who he thinks the audience thinks is more attractive than his partner? No. Then they attend yells mouth open. Then they bring out like five people from the audience, and they pull the audience, and he has to say which of those people, he thinks are more or less attractive than his partner, and they get like money if he's right. The worst show. And then the third round, they bring out people. They know so they'll bring out his ex girlfriend. When he has to say who's hotter, bring out her brain. It's not him saying he's saying who he thinks the audience will think, but then are we to know that that's what he thinks?.

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"camille" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

Chicks in the Office

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"camille" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

"But we don't know if there's peanuts in it, and he could've died. So we didn't that was the point of the most your breakfast too. Yeah. But shout out to them because that was fantastic. I'll be eating that at some point this week. So thanks for unity. Love you guys. Yeah. Couldn't share with Noah can't share with. No. Yeah. Because I think it's very funny that you questioned that -able if it may or may not have had peanuts peanuts in it. But just completely forgot when you had a peanut. Share the peanut butter sandwich. Edible for yourself. That's okay. No, no. You don't will use as it as an excuse. Like do not share. They're like, well this maybe this. Now, maybe we'll peanuts in any shouldn't. You know, if something is cookie. There's a high possibility that there could be some type of peanut oil in there, a natural view out from my producer way wouldn't have chicks in the office podcast, and you drop dead because of unutterable I would love to see what you guys would do if I like eight a peanut like what you guys take. I would take care of you. Although I've seen you were when I almost died when Fran wasn't around member when I had bronchitis. And I start freaking out. You you stayed calm. Very calm. But I would be like in five minutes. I'm def. Yeah. We would all stay calm. Friend would be the best person to take care of the situation. We all know, I wouldn't be. But if no if no aid peanut and started dying on spot. I think the friend would save his life. Just fake it around. And then he says, no, he says, no mom life, even on this trip was like make sure you bring your epi fan and really should be it somewhere. But I don't know where to go mom mode, but like you really should carry you carry a camera bag around with the all the time. And the camera bag. All right. This is the art of of drying tear it Noah's now over. His two moms are really known him this trip. We have been really annoying believe in here day where all ready super annoying. But no we've been at the house. It's been a lot of fun. We're gonna have Camille on this episode. Camille costs will be joining girl. And we this is kind of like a quick special Friday episode bonus episodes. Yeah, we all them a little Super Bowl talks. That's what we're here for. We're going to do some profits. Even if you don't like to bet, I mean, I I've never placed legit at in my life. Yes. But if you're having a Super Bowl party or anything, this is such a fun way to get everybody ready like if you print out the prophets everybody gets to pick. Maybe maybe throw some cash with your friends. You know, they have the lines everything that you could follow the best way to do it. It's about with your friends. Totally. Well, you know, I lot of girls are listening and a lot of girls, you know, this may be me being I don't know how to explain it. Well, I'm saying a lot of guys gamble. A lot of is gamble and a lot of girls gamble. But I feel like is now starting to get more in the because it's more of like an okay thing. Yeah. Yeah. But I think sports betting wise, much more of a guy thing too. But right now Bosco there's like real real things. Now, I mean, obviously about the halftime show me, and my friends would have a Super Bowl party. And we would talk about these things, and it'd be like what what song is Bubba blogging come out to or whatever how long's is going to be and we'd all like freak out, whoever got it, right or wrong, or whatever. So this is just a little fun thing bonus. Yes. Friday episode. You guys can listen get you prepared for the Super Bowl this Sunday. If you're going to a party friend. What is your favorite part about a Super Bowl party about oh food by far? That's that's the obvious. Everyone's always alcohol and this the oh, I mean, it's by far one of the best snack days of the year..

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"camille" Discussed on Scheananigans with Scheana Shay

Scheananigans with Scheana Shay

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"camille" Discussed on Scheananigans with Scheana Shay

"And so give that a try and thank me later. So so how did Vegas come about for you? I mean, I heard by a ruin you're going to die for the story. So years ago, I wanna say four years ago, maybe even my mom knows you told the guy told sheen so years ago I get a message from my manager and he says, hey, I was talking to this guy, New York. Yes, is play. And he's thinking about opening in Vegas and they want to offer you the role and you'd be starring opposites, Camille grammer Camille grammer she was going to play Robin sign up. I'd had my contract in hand. We're amid negotiations She cold pulled out. out. Right. So she pulls out two years, go by, they approach me again. Right? They perjury Gan like last. It was like this'll be two years February, and they asked if I do it not been screwed around with. So I was like, yeah, they're not going to do a lot and they're like, well, they aren't doing it, but they're not doing it in the big fear anymore. We're supposed to be in the big theater. The Paris would you have died, oh my God, that's showing the big theater. Anyway, so we all they do you want to do it. I guess, assure that sounds cool. Who's doing it though. They're like Kendra Wilkinson. I was like, no way. So idea. Did you know Kendra sheet? Well, not well, but like she, she'd been a guest on a show. I'd hosted. Like for animal planet or something. And so she was a guest, judge, whatever. And she came on to the show and she was already filming that she was going to be doing it so damned her, I was like, hey, I was like, are you really doing this? And she was like, yes, and I was like, all right. I'm in. We met at the first photo shoot instantly. I was like, okay, a kid sister, I love her. I'm totally down. But when you go to Vegas, no one, I mean Koenders different. She's got kids. She's made. I went as a single person and it was really lonely and isolating. Like I felt really by myself and it wasn't where we were. They put me in this really. Hotel. I before I moved into a nice place and it was such an interesting balance of being super famous for ninety minutes in theater and having a picture on billboards and Cavs, and then literally going home to a quiet apartment by yourself. It was really weird because people who perform ship a lot of them live off the strip and come party thirty minutes away. And I was like, oh God, that Uber is going to be a lot that because I'm like, if I'm leaving, I'm drinking, but you know, I never really made friends. And honestly, it was one of the most rewarding things that you could do something about doing stage man. It really fills your fills, your soul. You get that interaction with different people after. And when you look out it doesn't matter the coast, someone's skin or their age, whatever. They're all laughing together. Like sex is the one unifier you could like make so many jokes about it, and it was really on spying to kind of see all these different walks of life, different political views. Just just crying from laughter. Yeah, sweet. Oh, you were there the night. We had a ninety two year old woman giving hand. Onstage by God. Jodi Jodi Arcadia. Yeah, we had a woman wearing a kind of tied. I wolf t shirt with some embellishments some crystals on it who's low cut. She'd cut herself into a v neck and what I now her as the winner because she had won the hand job contest. She took her top down. Little shake, put her back up and she was probably in her in her probably late sixties early seventies. And it was like alter, yeah, older woman. Like pretty cute ever so shy and know the woman with the experience. They really did. That was fun. Good times. Yes. You had all the times when they left. I. Of like all the things that looks like that day you moved out. We were so sad. We saw your car there. We went to the store. We came back like it's going. I know honestly, I should've just stayed the extra couple of weeks, but goes on fair to Chester because they were..

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"camille" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:37 min | 2 years ago

"camille" Discussed on KGO 810

"As always you never disappoint in terms of your passion. That's right. We passionate y'all. But I'm going to hear from my listeners about what they think and let you go on to your next year. If you okay. Thank you care. Now. Let's going at Camille wants to react Camille. Was open to get on while they was. Or they have to keep going. Let me let me let me say this. Donald Trump received about six to seven percent of the of of of the black boat. Now, I was kinda halfway for him. 'cause I wanted to go with the devil. I don't know as opposed to the devil. I do which I say Louis, but let me say this this man bamboozled even me he said that those black men on the football field or SOB's and do not deserve to be in this country. He also said that what Maxine Waters are the other lady with a cowboy hat was low IQ. Okay. And then and then and then he says, well, I'm going to support gonyea because he represents represented tiny need to stay in the house. I need to keep his black housing, delete some knowledge, and then he also talked about even LeBron James somebody, that's very reputable, let me tell you. We keeps company with. Donald Trump and far as people compared to other presidents, he engages in with Amoroso Lausanne, Bob and Kanye west. And you know, what they all deserve each other. Thank you. Before you go. I have to say you really could give diamond and silk around for their money. And have you thought about? Please. Just as much passion Camille will be put, but I'd have to bite if the mute the ladies, walk smoking. Promote that nonsense. Trust me. Trust me. I wish I wish it wasn't true. But black people that I know, and I know a bunch of them they do not support Donald Trump because he's very disrespectful and degradate and black people. That disrespectful nece is. I think that's the key. I think you're right. I keep saying that there's something about. Disrespect or something. Do things that he's just simply ignorant on racial issues. And he doesn't know any better. I think it's kind of intentional a wink to his white bass. Ignorant. The west Virginians so committed all that pillage and said that Jews were not place. And whose land is this any way I land running around with torches and say, well, some of them are good people easy. You know, oughta be disrespectful. We're not to be disrespectful with even when it comes to the immigrants and stuff. No. He's respectful to white people who kiss his Baja period. Thank you, Camille. We appreciate comics as always. Thank you, eight hundred two to five to two is our phone number Camille responding to silken diamond silk, Doris Dorie has a different take though. Go ahead. Yes, I'm gonna respond to diamond and silk. Please go ahead. Yeah. So here's my take on it. Yes. Absolutely. Both sisters profited big time from from from this administration. They've been awesome malfeasance freedom. So they've been on this talk show, and that talk show, and that talk show, this constitutes most of the absolutely not the wealth that we have currently is. Because of you a bomber administration. The the black the black poverty level has dropped during the Obama administration and economically our GDP has grown during the Obama administration. Factual will prove that though that's simply piggybacks ride on the good that Obama brought upon us economically and the story two thousand. I guess we get every standard measure the American economy is doing better than it was a year and a half ago before Donald Trump was elected president. But you know, my point earlier was that Obama definitely got this train out of the station and in the right direction and deny that. And but my question is what point do you? You know, when when someone takes over new administration, they inherited whatever they inherits at what point do you give them credit for whatever happens as opposed to? It's merely just between us I would say. Galaxy of everything difficulty is that he has divided our country for more than you. Brought it together it caused far more fiction and problems, and then he had not and as we were better off during the Obama administration than we are under his administration. And we have we have a generation of children under the Trump administration who has had to be exposed to his vile comments have to be exposed to his racist remarks is not acceptable at any time at any moment, unless you're diamond hill and your mouthpieces for them. I understand. Pays off for them. That is not the average American. The average American worries about his children or her children and adopt the outcome of the country as a whole the outcome of of a few. I appreciate the combat. Thanks for calling us. Eight hundred two two two five two two two Florence founded doctor. It's midday.

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"camille" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"camille" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Statement from MRs Camille, somebody yelling. Concerning the prosecution's. Use a thoughts evidence roaches the right to fair trial. If the most important in the Americans essences, though. Prosecutors administrators objectives have a responsibility to protect the innocent and are prohibited from offering any evidence that is so Camille Cosby enjoys hundreds of millions of dollars of her husband's income while he's out raping dozens and dozens of other women, and then at the end remember some of these people said that she was present in the house, and sometimes just said good night left Cosby along with the girl. The woman we had on. Let's have a drink. He'll shit it happened to her in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven remember you had this woman on. Yes. That's right. That's right. Did say Camille was a home. But Jimmy always hiring for the evening. They went down to the basement. It was a double date and the guy left her date left, and then Camille evaporated, and it's just this woman and Bill in the basement, they were shooting pool and suddenly Bill made a charge at her like a frosting bull commuters. I it. Just Bill needs his alone time with special friends. Know, I it's hard to understand. But but some women like Hillary, for example is didn't care about this stuff. I mean, if you got a four hundred million dollar husband, and you've been married a long time. So the sexual has gone anyway, your marriage. What do you care? What do you care the world jetties raping people? She she probably did a lot of women don't care about the cheating. She doesn't consider it rate. She figures these girls were consensual they were going to her hotel room. They know what they were getting into data. They think if you go in a hotel room you end up in a bad situation. Will you're asking for it. That's what you're looking for. You were trying to make a trade you wanted a you wanted a career boost from my husband. And so you were going to go to sleep with him. And better you're sleeping with him than me. Which is the odd thing about his condition. He probably could have had a lot of these women, but he liked to drug them. And the fact that they were knocked out and couldn't do anything. He liked that. We got that psychologists testified. Yeah. It's it's a mental compulsion. For all these guys. A play play the racism clipped. This is pretty good. I.

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"camille" Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"camille" Discussed on KFC Radio

"All right. Another edition, Casey radio featuring the one and only the lovely Camille caustic. Give me the best has actually never know if it's going to be like, actually, it's always good. Real back again. A pug or you can do with her now you guys are always great to me. That's why I, I mean, I don't really know how my invite if it was like sincere or if it was always sincere, of course. Did you do. I saw a little Twitter flirting going on, so I understood there was. I was a little bit on the playground at time. I don't remember how it started. You said that someone said community tobacco, Casey, radio. You said. I guys and I was like, well, it looks like New York and has been alerted us. Yeah, you're right. You're right. Was. And then and then it's so funny, we don't even have each other's phone numbers of after all these times. And you know, all these allocations where boyfriend and go Bryan. We don't even have grants. We don't even have each other's numbers talk about like this being like the age of social media because him and I were not even talking through Instagram DM's we were. He was Twitter damning. Old man, we, what do you want. Dinosaur. We didn't even confirm the time until couple of hours go 'cause they never check it. So I just I broke back. I don't even know how to. I don't even know where to go. I have no I have doubt. no doubt that the administrative, I e r. Idea. I know how I've sent like five on insert a male. There's a piece of mail, like kind of like dinosaur age, Casseus sense, male, and that's, that's where you do it. But it's like just me on Twitter. It's like a bunch of your nose and like people I don't follow. And then it's like, is it open like anybody can. It's kind of like dams where it has like the people you follow that mailboxes are like for as long as many of I've had my Twitter, it's like three people and their including them. And then it's like has like hundreds of requests. So no. So I immediately like saw this morning and I was like, listen text me 'cause I don't look in here. We have any time into this day. We said we were going to, we're going to hang out. We got around to here. Who cares how you got there. It's the the journey matters on the destinations that doesn't really work there. Are you, what are you New York, taking pictures for being pretty. That Camille actually has. She was in the campaign this weekend. I'll sure with Lori Laughlin. Did you know that Lori? Laughlin has a daughter who is of rocket. You already knew that. Oh, but I'm saying that surprises me zero, zero percent. But I mean, I'm sure her husband or the father is a very good looking guy to Laughlin is a timeless. It would. No, it was such a weird. Thank you. I know I've come on this come on here and I've talked about like how we believe in manifestations in the law of attraction and like what you put out into the universe goes back. Never in my life since I've watched full houses a kid. Have I ever talked about amp Becky? Like ever like? I've just like watched her on the show like it's so weird. How like when you watch, will you guys know the celebrities that come in here all the time? I feel like when we're kids, we don't think that they live regularizing actually interact with them until you're older and you're like, well, one, they live outside of a movie set or a team like house like they live in Sanford Samir in that house all the time. They always at the scene uncle Jesse and Lori Loughlin together. Yeah. How old are the twins out. Know they were. They were doing for. It's still the ball cuts that could barely talk the. I think it was staying what was his birthday or something the other day, and she commented on his Instagram being like, you know. I couldn't have had a better like work husband or something like that, and I wanted to come on you guys. Got it for work, right? So anyway, last week in LA I had brought up. I had these new flowers in my in my apartment and I her opening in full houses. She smells the flowers in every way. You..

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"camille" Discussed on The Fifth Column

The Fifth Column

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"camille" Discussed on The Fifth Column

"My Uber gets pulled over and my immediate thought is this is annoying as hell. How could he have his papers out of order and still be driving Zuber? And I'm thinking these things as three plain clothes. Police officers emerged from their unmarked police. Can I can I just add a. I was in the car with Camille before, but are Uber driver. You must remember to have some sort of mental disorder and and got turned around started talking joined by smoke. Chatting. I might have pulled him over to. Well, this is the thing though. I mean you were in the car, and so you can attest to this was driving in any sort of way that seemed unusual to you. Was there anything about the car that seemed unusual? I, I was drunk. I mean, something that seemed unusual about me. Yeah. Seems like a perfectly normal. Like just a normal. It was a normal ride in the car was normal. It was later model. Something another could actually tell you if I looked at my Uber receipt, but any case we get pulled over and these three plain clothes, police officers. Some of you are wondering what their races are. I know, and I will just say that it's a Benetton ad. It's like a white guy, a black guy, and somebody else, and a lot of. Well, their street glows. So they're not in their their NYPD blues and they come up, oh, look what I did there in why PD blues and two of them are on either side of the front of the car, looking at the driver and engaging with him. This is after they're sort of flashlights probe the vehicle a bit, and it's where you going where you're coming from. And before I can hear him respond, there's the third officer at my window suddenly, and he's asking me similar questions where you're going where you're coming from. And I answered I'm in an Uber with the bit of agitation and he was slightly agitated as well. But I mean, the cops were pretty cool. I mean they were doing there were doing their job. They were professional. They were sort of context Julie appropriately authoritative without being like with fuck you going note. No guns were drawn that I could see, but there was a flashlight in my face, so I couldn't really tell. And he said, yeah, but where you're going. And I said, I'm not telling you anything. I'd have said, I'm not telling you shit, but I don't quite remember. But in either case is I'm not telling you anything and that moment you might have expected this to take a turn. But instead they like immediately withdrew one of the other officers, not the guy who was talking to me, but the one who was right next to the driver sort of taps him on his elbow. They withdraw. They mutter some sort of salutation and that is it. And I say out loud to no one in particular, but only the drivers within earshot with the fuck was that, and he mumbles tell you in a minute, and he just sort of puts the car into drive, and he makes the turn because we were at a stop light when they stopped us. And he says, they asked me if you were trying to rob me and..

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"camille" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"camille" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"I mean seriously are are you kidding me camille cosby comparing your husband to fourteen year old boy who was lynched yeah i just i think that i think that she's as depraved as as he is i really do and you know what i i i certainly don't think she testified to anything in a court before this fourteen year old boy was was lynched that's just weird that's just weird that that camille cosby but again luck the fact that it doesn't bother her if her husband had sex with all these women and it was consensual the fact that that doesn't bother her please give me a break.

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"camille" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

WiLD 94.9

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"camille" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

"I we're just friends so don did area this is camille today on wild ninety four nine number one hit music station what is in havana jeez no oh left go is in fresh he's been transfer eight.

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"camille" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"camille" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"Zari i really just want adrian to come to this party because whenever adrian says i've anywhere she's like the richest woman like ever on housewives so like she's worth like five hundred million dollars or something and see always walks into parties like this i i i whereas a little girls road so so camille goes right up to fe and she goes camille grammer welcome to my house and i just like to think that does that everywhere she the movie theater can be around welcome to my house what bitch see probably did that when she was hosting chilies back in the day like my house my house i have worth is now like camille deludes herself into becoming rich lady with horses now 'luisinho people become reds okay so crowns like oh my god thank you so much for having us here's a gift here's a gift and crowns like oh thank yous at another horse an another war another is we still have up at this over there thanks dd stay away from that didi okay dd just throwing around the out you always hungry finding you can't afford dinner is so more something called pasta roni i don't now about the pastaroni now we all back in season wine especially loved kyle i loved i mean that's crazy to hear me saying it's crazy because girl i will turn on kyle bates okay i've turned on cal i've loved her aid and our loved her hated her left or like advair you thrown out holla on through then i'm like oh my god but member when knew the pat jewish like all change like really quickly yeah but back then i loved her and i was like how dare set up kyle with an evil person fat jokes from medium but obviously kyle's worse because she's bringing fe which we've learned over the years faye is not only sade she's actually intelligence enough to make really good this is you know she is they were both bringing proxy wars and it was like a sign of what we were about to go through basically a proxy war.

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"camille" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"camille" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"Zari i really just want adrian to come to this party because whenever adrian says i've anywhere she's like the richest woman like ever on housewives so like she's worth like five hundred million dollars or something and see always walks into parties like this i i i whereas a little girls road so so camille goes right up to fe and she goes camille grammer welcome to my house and i just like to think that does that everywhere she the movie theater can be around welcome to my house what bitch see probably did that when she was hosting chilies back in the day like my house my house i have worth is now like camille deludes herself into becoming rich lady with horses now 'luisinho people become reds okay so crowns like oh my god thank you so much for having us here's a gift here's a gift and crowns like oh thank yous at another horse an another war another is we still have up at this over there thanks dd stay away from that didi okay dd just throwing around the out you always hungry finding you can't afford dinner is so more something called pasta roni i don't now about the pastaroni now we all back in season wine especially loved kyle i loved i mean that's crazy to hear me saying it's crazy because girl i will turn on kyle bates okay i've turned on cal i've loved her aid and our loved her hated her left or like advair you thrown out holla on through then i'm like oh my god but member when knew the pat jewish like all change like really quickly yeah but back then i loved her and i was like how dare set up kyle with an evil person fat jokes from medium but obviously kyle's worse because she's bringing fe which we've learned over the years faye is not only sade she's actually intelligence enough to make really good this is you know she is they were both bringing proxy wars and it was like a sign of what we were about to go through basically a proxy war.

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