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Tesla Will No Longer Accept Bitcoin Payments, Citing Environment
"Has taken a u-turn on bitcoin just three months ago. The electric automaker embrace the controversial currency. Now it's turning away. Npr's camille dumb nas reports ceo elon. Musk says it's because of environmental concerns. In february tesla announced it would accept bitcoin as payment for its vehicles and would invest one point five billion dollars in the volatile online currency. It was a good investment. It helped boost. Tesla's profits last quarter but the company was swiftly criticized for move at odds with its eco. Friendly aspirations creating more. Bitcoin takes an astonishing amount of electricity. That's adding to the world's energy needs without reducing demand for power anywhere else. This week elon. Musk that the company would no longer accept or sell bitcoin citing increasing use of fossil fuels to power the currency the value of bitcoin promptly.
Who Was by Queen Elizabeth Ii’s Side at Prince Philip’s Funeral?
"I saw this us weekly headline who was by queen elizabeth to side at prince. Philip's funeral things to know about lady. Susan hussy i like listen queen elizabeth the seconds to you bigger satellite jesus sequel. I mean innocence. Saying it's like okay. She's bad a and other rob queen. Elizabeth two colon fedral. I don't so here are the five things to know. I'm not gonna read you the actual descriptions because who cares but the actual five things. The headlines are good one. She's the senior lady in waiting. Does donald moving on. I don't what a leading waiting as she was. She's a leading around for queen elizabeth. To a lot to me. She was married to the late. Marmaduke hussey which is. She's really old so her husband's name was marmaduke. She is principally godmother. Okay i'm boring. She's known the queen for more than sixty years again. She's very old and she's the youngest daughter of the twelfth earl waldegrave no five things have done less for be than bees. They've done nothing now. I feel like i'm getting a sense of like what she is up too. Which is an old british lady. that's just confirmed. She's but maybe now. The phillips dead shall like hang out. Maybe she's you'll be down now.
East Boston woman gets stuck in the mud, rescued by FD
"Camille says she found herself sinking into the low tides wet sand as she walked along Constitution Beach on Thursday. She eventually found herself stuck up to her knees, unable to move. The neighbors hung and saw me out there and said, You want me to call the fire Department? This little God? No, it's too embarrassing. Firefighters eventually arrived on the scene and were able to put her to safety as vaccination. And continue to rise and the weather warms of many restaurants are seeing familiar
Firefighters rescue woman stuck in waist-deep mud in East Boston
"Camille says she found herself sinking into the low tides wet sand as she walked along Constitution Beach on Thursday. She eventually found herself stuck up to her knees, unable to move. The neighbors hung and saw me out there and said, You want me to call the fire Department? This little God? No, it's too embarrassing. Firefighters eventually arrived on the scene and were able to put her to safety as vaccination. And continue to rise and the weather warms of many restaurants are seeing familiar faces
Vaccine withheld from hospital that gave Trump Tower shots
"Have to move on to this bombshell story. That blocked club first reported this week. Loretto hospital in austin before we get into all the impropriety here today. They said that they are reprimanding their coo and their ceo for these improper. Vaccinations kelly bauer. Do we know what reprimand means. In this case. I have to to politicians who are on the hospital's board of directors. And all they would say at the time was that we put out this statement. We're not going to elaborate on rep. What it means to reprimand so we are still trying to figure that out and see what could be happening to the ceo coo. Okay so the first story that you published here was that they the coo. Dr notion med has an apartment in trump tower about two and a half million dollar apartment and the hospital. That has these vaccinations for folks on the west side. Improperly administered vaccinations to trump tower employees. Is there any evidence of some sort of trade-off or exchange or how how this came to be well. We spoke to leto hospital and their ceo. George miller says that it was actually him who helped set up this event but what we found is that right or workers at trump tower told residents that it was loretto hospital that reached out to them now. Loretto hospital is saying that its workers who reached out to them. So it's very much a. He said she said situation. But the city's department said they are looking into it and investigating why these ineligible workers were able to get shots. Before other people and also ineligible were cook. County judges and guest preach judge that also got vaccinated. And there's some different answers onto how that happened. Even though those were not allowed in the current phase as well amanda vindicated. You look at the board of this hospital. As kelly mentioned there's to state lawmakers that sit on the board There's a state lawmaker. Camille lilly that works for the hospital. This is a hospital that gets tens of millions of dollars in reimbursements from the state's medicaid program. Is there a conflict of interest. Here that there can be this much clout on a hospital board. I mean those are certainly questions that were all asking. What sort of favors might members of the war getting terms of the vaccines employment whatnot. We're we're not saying that there is merely that these are the questions to ask in. This gets to something that we've talked about a lot as there's been a lot of corruption of course in springfield and that is that there are really lax economic interests statements conflict of interest rules in then again to place. Where have devil's advocate there. There are those who say it. Is it positive when you have. For example he state legislator employed by hospital because that brings along a expertise. This is a citizen legislature. It is technically a part time job and the reason for that being was because you want to bring in farmers dentists doctors people with all different sorts of knowledge so there are certainly two sides to that point but given kelly's reporting the trump tower. I think that's what it is. It's just it's it's the who got it because these are. There's a lot to look into here and kelly bars. You mentioned that the city's health department is investigating. They've halted vaccinations to that hospital. What do you anticipate. They're going to uncover in their probe. Well we've heard from multiple sources and people questioning why workers at trump tower who are able to get vaccinated and not other hotel workers now. We've also seen that. The ceo's church was able to get vaccinated. This doctor arwady. The head of the city's health department said today that they are investigating they will not be sending doses to loretto hospital until they are confident. Those doses are going to be appropriately.
She's Baking Incredible Pies And Changing The World
"During this women's history month we've been highlighting amazing women owned businesses and the incredible women behind them today. We'd like to introduce you to justice of the pies. And its founder. Maya camille broussard. Celebrities like carrie. Washington and the obamas have bought pies from maya forbes even featured her bourbon pecan pie as one of the best order for thanksgiving. If my only goal was to make great pies that would be enough but the title of her bakery. Justice of the pies tells you that her business does so much more in fact like so. Many women owned businesses justice up. The pies has purpose at the center of its strategy. In her case it's a transform the lives of people in her chicago community. We talked to my about her mission with justice up the pies. Here's what she had to say. Thanks so much for joining us. Thank you for happening. So justice at the pies is nationally famous for its incredible pies but you also have a social mission tells about that. Sure suggest is is is an l. Three seat what this means is we are social mission based company and our goal is a positive impact. The lives of will work with us. We consider ourselves to be stores for fairness and equality. So what inspired you to do this. So i actually created the bakery in two thousand and fourteen in memory of me. Authors the bussard. My dad was a criminal defense attorney in his robbie was making is in issues but as an attorney he could have very well it shows to go to any other specialty infield that is more lucrative such as contract law maybe even as a divorce attorney something where he could have made a a largest atler he but he really decided to a criminal defense attorney because he wanted to be able to help people who go up in the same of maitland. His that he grew up in a daegu up in a projects on the west side of chicago in office saw out the criminal. Justice system could sometimes be a little bit Unbalanced when it came to people of color when it came to men so he was very passionate about making sure that people had their fair chance in a fair day in court in that he be there to represent them. Now the issue is it didn't always pay as much you know. We had some financial difficulties when i was gone up as a kid when he was willing to be passionate about using his knowledge in his position to help others. In so justice at the pie not only celebrates his love pies the also honest belief that people deserve second chances so you achieve your mission by question. We went to be used wherever we see. You know. I want to have the flexibility to take up causes that i feel that i can contribute to that amenable to us. So one of our standing initiatives is doing are fighting food insecurities so we activate a workshop. i need love like kneading dough. I need love. Were shot in the workshop. The buys kids who with either lower incomes communities with culinary instruction and nutritional development and teaching them about creativity in the kitchen. The kids are in eight grade in. They are at that point in their lives when they could become a little bit more self sufficient in beating themselves the kiss live in neighborhoods that are typically affected by food apartheid. So that means that there is a fresh grocery store within two of where they live or they've never been to restore before so as part of the workshop. We will take the kids to grocery stores and give them a dollar gift certificate to buy ingredients that will be using in the class but to also teach them about budgeting this is all about. How do we embrace this life skill. How do we cultivate this slice. Feel that is needed in order to be more successful in other areas to be more successful in school so that you could be more successful in life you may be eating food but it's not the healthiest food. It could just be. You know have takis an pop band honey. Bahn's from the corner store or from the data is not something that can really sustain you and keep your energy up throughout the day especially when you're in class in. You're supposed to be very alert in ready to learn.
The Aftermath: Texans File Insurance Claims Following Winter Storm
"Story this hour the fall out. Us bigger than fallout. After our deep freeze. It's just beginning now Power back on for the most part, boiled water notices being lifted, including the one in Houston. The death toll, though across the state and clear we do know it's going to go up the family of an 11 year old boy in Conroe suing ERCOT. And the utility companies for $100 million What's interesting about this whole ordeal is what these power providers and Ercot knew long before. Many of us knew it That is that they did not have the capacity. They knew they didn't have the capacity. They knew that their that they had not winterized their sources of power. That is their attorney, Tony Busby, on our TV partner Channel to Governor Greg Abbott says the PUC has issued a moratorium now on customer disconnections, and they're stopping energy companies from issuing So suddenly zoomed to the top of the crop. Top of the heap high power bills that you've been hearing about Attorney General Ken Paxton issuing see ideas as investigative demands to work hot while the Texas Legislature starts its investigation this week, grocery stores slowly getting back to normal, but there are a lot of items that they just haven't been able to restock yet. Many of the local school district still close. Some, like H I s d won't be open tomorrow, either. The complete list to ktrh dot com. Meantime, we could have some of the largest number of insurance claims in Texas history because of all this Insurance companies are already slammed with thousands of claims by Texans with water damage. But unlike a hurricane or a tornado, the winter storms were statewide disaster, So the total number of claims may end up in the hundreds of thousands pipes are still falling. Right now they're frozen and one space all out, then that water damage will start surfacing first. Secondly, you still have a lot of people that don't have Internet cell service and power. Camille Garcia with the Insurance Council of Texas says it's too soon to estimate a total dollar amount. But As a comparison, Hurricane Harvey resulted in a $19 billion loss for insurance companies. Why gold speed this radio 7 40 ktrh
What to know about COVID-19 variants' potential spread, impact on vaccines
"And I'm No well, King. Good morning. Ah, virus that spreads a lot has many chances to mutate and covert 19 is doing both in this country. Researchers in the U. S now say they have found at least seven new variants here now. Other countries, the U. K South Africa and Brazil. They've all reported variants to with some big questions like Are they more dangerous? Still outstanding. MPR's health correspondent Rob Stein has been following This one. Hi, Rob. Good morning. Well, what have you learned about the U. S variance? So the first of these various was spotted by researchers in Louisiana. But it turns out the same kind of mutation looks like it also emerged completely independently at least seven times in this country. No, That's it awful large because it suggests the virus is doing something called convergent evolution. That's when an organism evolved in a way that gives them some kind of superior power. Here's what Jeremy Camille of Louisiana State University says about what the virus is doing. He spotted the mutation. It's infected millions of humans around the world now and it's probably just, you know, getting Into a more intimate relationship with our species. The question is, What is that more intimate relationship mean? Exactly Does it make it spread more easily from one person to another doesn't make it more contagious. Do do. Researchers know the answers to that? Yeah, well, no one knows yet it looks like it's spreading quickly in the places where it's been spotted, but it's not at all clear. That's because of the mutation. No viruses mutate all the time. Sometimes there are big problems, but a lot of times not so much, and there are other mutants that had been previously spotted in this country. Like you know, one that took over in Southern California Scientists are still trying to figure out whether it's more contagious or, you know, just got lucky. Now this newly identified mutation occurred on a key protein that sticks out from the surface of the virus called the spike Protein. It's how the virus infects cells. That's also the target of drugs and vaccines. So any change could be really important. I talked about this with Andrew Peco Shit. The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. We should keep an eye on it. I myself have already passed this on to the people in my laboratory, and we're looking to see if we can find viruses with this mutation because if we can, we're going to bring it into the laboratory and try to study it to see what's actually happening here. Now, you know to be clear. Pecos means he passed on the details about the new various Those colleagues Yes, so they can determine you know whether they're more contagious or not Now, no one thinks there's any reason to panic. You know, far from it, actually. And we already know that there are those other various circulating in this country that we know we should be worried about. And what about the non US variants, some of which were identified before ours. How are they evolve? It Yes. So you know, more than 1100 cases of the one first flag in the UK have been confirmed. At least 40 states and British scientists just released more data than makes them even more worried than ever that, in addition to spreading faster, it may also make people sicker. You know, and the first one spotted in South Africa has not been detected in at least eight states and the one originally seen in Brazil is in at least two states. But the reality is they're probably already way more common than that. The U. S just isn't sequencing the genetic code of the virus enough to really know how widespread they are. And the spot any new variants fast. I talked about this with saucy of pop sq at George Mason University. We're flying blind right now, when it comes to mutations, and how prevalent they might be on the community already, so we really need to ramp it up. The CDC says. It's trying to wrap it up. But the country still has a ways to go. And what about the vaccines that we currently have? Will they help against the new variants? Yes. So the vaccines maybe someone that's effective against some of these various, but so far they seem to work pretty well. But the most important thing is to keep these viruses from spreading as much as we can to prevent any more dangerous ones from occurring. You know, the virus is still spreading like crazy in this country, which makes the U. S essentially a giant Petri dish that could easily produce even
Nearly 14,000 COVID-19 Patients Across Texas Hospitals
"Continues to confirm the nation's largest number of corona virus infections. More than two point. Six million texas is second with nearly two million cases and the number of covid nineteen patients in texas hospitals remains at an all time high. Texas public radio's camille phillips reports. Statewide hospitalizations have been breaking records daily. For more than a week there are now nearly fourteen thousand covid nineteen patients in texas hospitals about a thousand more patients than a week ago. State officials reported three hundred eighty one new deaths on saturday. Almost twenty nine thousand seven hundred people in texas have died of complications from covid nineteen more than one point. Seven million people have tested positive for the coronavirus in texas since march. I'm camille phillips in san antonio. This is
Why The Oil Industry Doesn't Fear Biden
"To learn more on the surface. The oil and gas industry is losing a friend on january twentieth. Donald trump the departing president gave fossil fuels his loud support. President-elect biden supports efforts against climate change yet. Some in the oil and gas industry are feeling cautiously optimistic. Npr's camille mosque. Explains why you might have heard that biden's win could mean the end of the oil industry. President trump warned it. Would some climate activists hoped it would and in the final debate biden himself said this transition from their own industry. Yes it is a big statement and that would be a big change over the last decade. Us oil and gas production has boomed. The shale revolution turned the united states into the world's top oil producer. A lot of that remarkable growth happened. During the obama administration and trump promoted the jobs in prophets that resulted but emissions from burning oil gas and coal are the biggest contributors to climate change. Which is already starting to have devastating effects around the world. So how could biden tackle those emissions step one might be a ban on new drilling on federal lands and private loans. It's a different story. They do not have the power to your sake. Somebody in south texas. You can of drill anymore. Rene santos's with snp global plattsburgh says that that kind of a ban would be significant but not the end of the industry is also expected to restore some environmental regulations. Which again won't eliminate all gas. The big question mark is what a climate bill look like her personal. Don't think it's going to be sensitive radical unless you know the more liberal side. All the democratic party gets a lot of influence which are so we see right now. It does not appear to be the case. Climate activists and scientists have called for ambitious action. That might be impossible to push through congress if republicans keep the senate so for now. This doesn't seem like a doomsday. Scenario for oil gas. I don't think it's a wholesale assault on the oil industry. It's just not going to be in favour like it was under president. Trump halima croft is a managing director at arby's see capital markets. She says the biden is serious about climate change but also doesn't plan to do away with fossil fuels. We actually wrote a note over the summer about the biden. Energy plan called hugging the mid line. Not just because. I left the ladas but we really did see this as an effort to sort of the neo. All the oil and gas industry sees room for some compromises and negotiations which might raise the question. What about biden's big statement about transitioning away from oil and gas jin. Snyder is a director at in virus. Which provides data's oil and gas companies. She says that was hardly breaking news. To insider's they know that a global transition happening a move away from fossil fuels is underway at the society level regardless of the administration biden also said quote. We're not getting rid of fossil fuels for a very long time. Snyder argues a president who manages a gradual shift. Away from oil might actually be better for business. The gut reaction is that this isn't good news for the industry but we're actually cautiously positive and politics aside right now. Oil producers are facing a more immediate struggle. The
"camille" Discussed on Revision Path
"Why would you sell it. And at the time i was like look i'm turning thirty. There's more stuff that i wanna do. And i can't keep focusing on this because i'm not able to let it sort of grow past the stage that it is and so we sold it and another company took it on and i had the space to create revision path. You have to enter. The cop headed back. You know there you go there you go exactly well camille just to wrap things up here. Where can our audience find out more about you and about your work and everything online. Okay well thank so much meritas was this was also kind of me. Latin latin things out now during coffered. It's really important and this was a wonderful platform to lectuing. Thank you for that. You could sign a lot of the information about me on my website called camille cellphone dot com. If you just go to that you will get all the different areas and also communicate with me that we all right sounds good. Well camille cells on on. Thank you so much for coming on the show and really for sharing your story and everything that you're doing. I mean aside from the animation. Which i think is very important. Just the other underlying messages about. We don't need to ask permission to tell our stories and to also build up this kind of diet sports network those things are so important and so crucial to us as black creatives. It's it's a key part of what i do here with the path so i'm glad to see that you also sort of have that vision and you're putting it out there in the world and making an impact so i hope in five years you've got that land you're doing your own thing so thank you so much for coming on the show. I appreciate it you so much. I appreciate what you do and keep going. You're doing awesome Big big thanks to camille. Sell von abraham's and of course. Thanks to you for listening. You can find out more about camille.
Camille Selvon Abrahams on the animation industry during COVID
"I am also the founding director glenn emissions do so we are continuing work work from home and i think that's what is happening a lot with animation studios. That's what i'm hearing from my international friends. Who are doing these sort of things similar to what we are doing that. We are working from holes. And i think animators maybe creative on a whole we kind of okay with that. You know we we at least from me my experience being anonymous you enjoy that into law saying you enjoy going in yourself. So working from hall is not a big deal for us so a lot of will now actually is going on from whom we doing. A lot of commercial syllabi actually. Doing outsourcing from international students from various small jobs that we actually functioning. So it's a good thing for us. We were able to adopt nice earlier on in the year. I talked to a guy are is. He has a animation studio in tokyo and he was sort of saying pretty much the same thing like they've been working from home some of them do come into the office. I think when. I talked to him. He was in the office. They were only him in like one other person but yes seems like for animation. It seems like that's actually preferable because it's so detail oriented. Yes yes actually works. I spoke to one of the big agencies that the sofa toon boom animation in canada and they said because of this shift companies are now thinking. Well okay we just continue like that. In covert or no covert will king from whole final mission and game and game. It's looking for the industry. No you founded full circle. Animation studio like several several years ago. How has the company really changed over the years quite a bit. When i returned from london i studied that. Goldsmiths mincy on i. I made a decision to come back to the caribbean. That was a big step because trinidad and tobago. We are oil and gas country. That's what economy is based on me coming back and windy creative digital type correa. Abviously was a challenge. Because that's not what we are accustomed to so coming back with. Difficulty took about previous to kind of get on my feet as far as the studio on after the ten ta gratin business now his name is jason lindsey who had a very strong business background so without sort of thumb partnership where you have decreased if any business it really really supported the studio from becoming micro stew into a relatively successful outsourcing to handy caribbean. So that's kind of how it's moved and now we are. We are considered one of the outsourcing studios in the caribbean. We've outsourced with pro. Hbo's of our. Will you know you see on each be on cotton. We've we actually have a one hundred and international productions
"camille" Discussed on Revision Path
"Their goals and what inspires them as creative individuals. Here's your host maurice cherry. Hello everybody welcome to revision path. Thank you so much for tuning in this week. I'm your host mariz cherry and oh look at this. We have another review from apple podcasts. This is a five star review. This is coming from c. Running man and the titled awesome show. Here it is insightful interviews and fascinating guests great. Show see us running man. Thank you so much for that. Great review short to the point love. It truly appreciate it again. Thank you so much all right now. Let's go ahead and jump into this week's interview. I'm talking with camille. Sell on abraham's and educator digital activists and head of the animation department at the university of trinidad and tobago.
Troll Watch: How Tech Is Cracking Down On Election Disinformation
"Years ago, Fake news loomed large over the U. S. Presidential election troll farms linked to Russia turned out fictitious stories online and completely made up articles written Well, maybe bite. Macedonian teenagers went viral. It's impossible to know exactly what effect has had on the results, but it certainly was big news. So what is the picture looked like this time around. BBC Trending Sze Sam Jr has been investigating, starting with a chat with a struggling writer from New York State. My name is Colin Munro. Would I work as a freelance writer? I read news all day constantly. Collinwood was delighted to be writing about politics for a new website called Peace Data ahead of this year's U. S election, even though he wasn't getting paid, and the editors of the site were enthusiastic about what he was sending in. They loved it. They were very accepting of my writing who you're dealing with is it was the same person. He has an odd name, but he said he was a no assistant editor to the organization. He had his own linked and things of that nature. It looked legit. But one day recently, he found out the whole thing was a sham. Colin had been writing for a far left new site created and run by Russians. To put all of this in context. Let's roll back the clock For years. Fake news can have really world consequences. Facebook was paid at least $100,000 by Russian troll farms for advertising. The 2016 election was beset by fake news. Completely made up stories apparently produced by Russian organizations and amplified on social media. But this time US citizens have become unwitting foot soldiers in the battle. Recruited by small scale websites run the authorities and Facebook say from Russia. The legitimate looking editors behind the site weren't even really people. So, says disinformation expert Camille Francois Grafica. So if you look very closely add those faces. You realize they're not exactly symmetrical. So sometimes one of the editor would have one earring and then the other earring just didn't match. Those air old Council signs that the picture could have been generated with the technology that a century creates a new face from scratch. The peace data editors were completely made up. They're photos were computer generated constructions. Back in 2016 so called fake news ran rampant with fictional headlines like Pope Endorses Donald Trump. This time around the big social media companies thwarted this operation before it could really pick up steam. But there's a new problem coordinated disinformation campaigns that are entirely homegrown. Isaac Stanley Becker is a reporter for The Washington Post, and over the summer he got a tip off from a concerned relative. Someone got in touch and said that they're teenage nephew in Arizona had been posting really curious messages on social media messages that led them to believe that their family member might have been hacked by the Russians. In fact, the teenager along with many others, was posting on behalf of a right wing American lobby group Turning Point USA for a fee. The messages cast doubt on the severity of the Corona virus pandemic on even spread myths about voter fraud. Money was changing hands. It was nowhere disclosed that this was part of a highly organized but secret is operation. Run by a very well heeled pro charm organization, the marketing firm running the operation was banned from Facebook but turning point themselves avoided punishment. Some point to the discovery of these campaigns as a good news story. Social media firms caught sleeping in 2016 have stepped up their game. But others, including Isaac Stanley, Becca think the spread of falsehoods has become absolutely endemic in American politics. The way we campaign and the way we discussed politics, it's just infuse with disinformation. It's become normal. As one expert put it to me in 2016. We saw Macedonian teenagers being paid to coordinate and conduct. This sort of activity and now patrol farm is in Phoenix. It's right here at home. There's
Interview with Tina Wu Fredericks
"Today is Tina, move. Fredericks and Tina is running for the School Board of Pasadena Unified School district, and I was just excited to meet someone who I think. Tina this is correct. This is your first elected. Effort and would like to introduce you especially to the folks. In the past school district who can vote but also to our national and global audience just to meet. Another Asian American is not going to sit on the sidelines and his decided to really get involved. So welcome to our podcast. Can thank you for having me. So you're second generation chinese-american. You used to teach public school. You've serve multiple terms on your local PTA board you are software engineer which. Blows my mind and you're you're the mom of two kids, two daughters who actually go to the USD schools. So what prompted you to with all the other things that you've done already, you're definitely involved parent why run for the school board. Yeah so I have I guess like you said, I have two daughters once ten wants thirteen and I've been ditching for a year. And one of those parents that are. Very active volunteering fundraising. Helping my daughter's school and you know over the years is been kind of the same thing budget cuts. we don't have a librarian we have to raise money for these basic enough staff and school supplies. Now, just see this repeating year after year that I've been here for eight years. and. That kind of coronated with the. I know this is. was go closures in the past two years in that was what? Was the. Last Straw you know of is like my daughter almost her school was almost closed and that's really really dramatic or. Little kids you know. So when they were closing schools like three three at a time three or four at a time, and that's really traumatic for kids in entire communities. So I want this is because of budget cuts yet due to the budget cuts and. and. There's like a fierce competition with private schools in Pasadena Area I believe we have the most A. Private schools per capita in the country. So that's an additional. Challenge for our district. Yeah, one of our previous guests maybe year and a half ago told me the history of private schools in Pasadena and I didn't realize it was it was an adverse reaction to the civil rights. Passage Act and there was all these parents that said well, even though this federal judges coming down. Out of the deep South, coming to P USDA, and saying, we're going to do bussing because you guys are segregating your schools. Then all of a sudden, all these people these groups got motivated to start these private schools and Christian wants to which you know when I learned that history. I'm I'm sure you're aware of it. I was appalled as like, Oh, I was wondering why there are so many private schools but now it makes sense it's like, oh well, we're not racist not against integration we just want to start her own school. Right yes. That it was a response to the busing in the effort to integrate our schools. Yeah. That's unfortunate. But yeah, that is you know we are feeling the effects of that. Now, there's a there's also learned in researching you. There's an altruistic reasons for you running for the school board and it has to do with continuing the legacy of your late mother. Yes Oh, you've done your research. Yes my mom and Wu is A arts promoter, she was an arts promoter, and for decades she was Camille leader. Back in. In San Jose North in San Jose. And she was quite the political activist i. KNEW GROWING UP I didn't know any. You know she's my mom but. Yes, she was really a activist and she loved A. On. Chinese culture and I grew up. Learning Chinese folk dances we would. Go to San Francisco on rehearse these dances sing songs in Chinese I didn't really understand what I was singing but. I knew it phonetically so I have really. Rich, culture grew up with a very. Deep appreciation for my heritage and I you know I think my my own mother for that and Yes she passed away a few years ago and We recently had A. Remembrance of her last couple of weeks ago and you know there. It's interesting because she is. So has impacted people so deeply that you know it just feels like. Her her passing. So fresh. And It's just strange to see grown Asian men crying. Dean coaching adds a deep she affected. The Bull. So yeah, I want to carry on her legacy of service community and. Yeah, she's she's not one of my inspirations. She clearly knew right from wrong and she stood up for what was right
"camille" Discussed on In Your Corner Divorce
"Regardless of how may I find ourselves in the world of divorce? The one thing we have complete control over is how we behave from here on out? We have two choices one is to remain stuck with the stories the anger and pain and the other is to take a breath adjust our sale to the wind and work harder than ever before to create a new story home for our children for ourselves. And for the world around us. It's your choice your work, but all be in your corner. Welcome to in your corner divorce podcast. My name is Carly Israel, and I am your host. Hi guys, and welcome. I am so glad to be here today. We had a couple of technical difficulty over we made it. Let's take a collective deep breath. I know we're going to be okay. If this is our biggest problem today, we're good to go. Absolutely. I'm so excited to talk to you. I feel like this is our day like we say now that I was like I'm with Camille today. Peace out everybody also. So for those of you who don't know me how everybody my name is Camille Davis accidental divorce coach now feminine.
Foreign election interference is finding plenty of places online to spread
"Them The Russian group accused of meddling in the two thousand, sixteen election was caught this month in another disinformation campaigns. Reuters reports that the group posed as a news outlet publishing articles that attacked. Vice. President Biden they targeted facebook and twitter. Yes. But also spread on Gab and parlor social media networks that attract right wing users Camille Francois is chief innovation officer at graphic, which helped research effort. She says, basically, disinformation is looking for a new home. It is the first time that we found for an actors use Palais Account and Gab accounts, and it was difficult because while as an industry, we've learned to work together to take action in between some of the social platforms. They are still social platforms that are that are not observing the same rules. I think that the main takeaway is if we want to be effective at tackling foreign interference, we have to tackle for interference on old platform. This is no longer just a facebook problem or just a twitter problem it is definitely a whole of the industry problem. You mentioned that they don't have the same rules. Is it a sign that perhaps some of the methods that facebook and twitter have employed against disinformation might be working a little better that something that platforms like Gavin Parlor, where anything goes might spread information a little better yet said that Cindy the, that's a sign of maturation from the firms. Some of that is also on the government to to. Sort of clarify rain. So in the specific context, we are talking about sanctioned entity in. So understanding what are the types of constraints that apply when platforms are notified by this type of activity is is also a government at question right? That creates an interesting conversation, which is whose job is it to make sure that we can tackle foreign interference together
"camille" Discussed on In Your Corner Divorce
"Camille I have one more question for you because I know we're almost out of time. I see you have for for post divorce days. What do you think everyone should do to rewrite in reclaim their next chapter? Here's the thing is so this is this cut of my life's model after that divorced right I, can't wait courage is your currency? Yes. Courage is the currency to any and everything that you desire in life. What is the most courageous thing you've done? The most courageous thing I doubt it's to. To start working for myself. Yeah. Take a non traditional and become a consultant I. Really it's the best decision ever made as the single mom host. The warriors traveling across the country doing what I love has just been. Amazing. Courage is your currency. Absolutely. I'm so grateful for you. Thank you. Divorce not defeated facebook group combined her trendy listeners out there who want help with divorce coaching. Please contact me at in your corner coach at gmail.com. Remember we get to write the next chapter for kids for ourselves and the world around us have a great day..
Cop on leave after allegedly walking bike over protester's head
"Theater knee for Briana Taylor's family tweeted about this viral video. A Seattle police officer rolling the tyres of his bike over the helmeted head of a protester last night, Ben Crump writes more acts of excessive force in brutality from those who should be focused on protecting our citizens. They're advancing on the line here. Third person is on the ground. He just ran over his foot. That police officer is now on administrative leave on the subject of an Office of Police Accountability Investigation. The King County Sheriff's Office is also reviewing the case. For potential criminal investigation. The identity of that officer has not been released. The protester, however, well known a protest is the trumpet man. His real name is Camille Opus. Oddly, he was arrested for obstruction and failure to disperse Joey Weiser is who took the video of that incident was not an accident. You can see very intentionally that the officer deliberately take his bike and run over. 13 people were arrested. Several officers were hurt and those demonstrations, including one who was hit in the head, you can see here and this picture. This is a screen grab from the video by a violent riot or hit him in the head with a metal baseball bat. The strike so severe it cracked the police officers helmets. Curfew once
New York City to Allow Indoor Dining in Restaurants at 25 Percent Capacity
"Cuomo announced yesterday that New York City restaurants can reopen indoor dining at 25% capacity on September 30th. That is a big change for the city's restaurants and bars. They've been operating outdoors all summer. And his Camille Peterson reports. The start of indoor dining is not the end of uncertainty for New York City's restaurants Over Labor Day weekend, Chris Maestro saw something almost miraculous freak Ovitz sales numbers And probably the best sales weekend and maybe over a year and a half. Maestro owns your wax, a beer and vinyl record bar in Brooklyn. He says he started seeing strong sales numbers once he could open seating in his backyard. On the sidewalk. But that sidewalk seating is on ly allowed until the end of October. And it feels like trying to eat as much as possible. Because you're about Teo. Fast for a long time, Maestro says Indoor dining is not a game changer for him, figuring out how to see able 6 FT apart at 25% capacity, and his narrow bar is a jigsaw puzzle. And it's unclear whether he would even be allowed to see people at the bar itself. If he can. We've been considering you've been doing like Plexi Glass in a classy way. Between bar stools so that people can be protected and safe. But Maestro says no matter how he puts together the indoor dining, Jake saw it won't make up for the loss of outdoor dining. So he's looking into what heat lamps would cost. And beer
No country for face masks: Nordics brush off mouth covers
"The AFP. Nordics brushoff mouth covers Stockholm as most of the world either orders or recommends the use of facemask swith even US President Donald Trump, seen one nordic nations are remaining hold-outs in supermarkets on buses along with the streets of capitals, such a Stockholm Copenhagen Oslo Helsinki, and Reykjavik. That's the Nordic nations. Face masks are a rare sight worn only by a small minority many of whom are tourists according to a recent survey by YouGov only five to ten percent of respondents in Nordic countries said they used masks in public settings figure that has remained stable since the start of the crisis in March. and. Yeah I. Mean You know I I think that what I would like to see as we walk out of this as masks for. Sort of for people who want to wear them specifically for people who? Aren't feeling really super great that day maybe maybe today's good data wear a mask and not fill the era with whatever you've gotten sometimes, I don't feel good when you get up I. would certainly be railing against the idea if if someone was like, no, we as the government have decided that we need to have heard immunity as quickly as possible. Therefore, we are forbidding masks offer bidding people to wear them or for them to be made or for them to be distributed I, would be railing against that kind of also be a non issue for sick people if it was the social norm that you don't have to go places when you're sick, right I think that that's Know the first thing is that we have to get rid of whatever that idea was. That was going on in the parents of in the ideas of the heads of my parents when I was a kid. Came from a family admittedly, you know the sort of Lutheran Calvin est kind of cut from that cloth where. You could stand you went to work. Suffering is good for your soul that kind of thing, and I got at least half of the Times throughout the thirteen years that I went to school perfect attendance. They'll that is is a declaration that I made people ill. I mean. You there shouldn't be an award for perfect attendance at school. What that says is that you've made poor choices to my mind. So does your parents have made poor choices because they're not talking about college talking about underage people understood but I, and again I'm not an opposing to hang. You know anybody for this. I'm just saying, Hey, we need to stop and think about this. 'cause only recently in the relatively recent past the last couple of decades or something have I heard people talking about you shouldn't go to work or school if you're sick. Actually. I was hearing the opposite when I was young. And so let's go on. That's a move in the right direction. At the same time, the corresponding figures have risen between seventy and eighty percent for most of the other twenty, eight polled including India and the United. States. So that's people wearing masks. Going up to seventy and eighty percent. I have the impression that if the government doesn't say clearly, we advise you to wear a mask nobody will twenty one year old French. Student Camille four to know of Fortuna Rowley told the F. adding that she was shocked to see how rare masks were in Stockholm. Bridget Y DEL sixty three year old pensioner told AFP that she would have preferred if Sweden's authorities recommended masks at least on public transport, but she added that she would keep going without one unless there was a shift in official policy not only she wants you to take care of her health. She doesn't have a car as an adult and she also doesn't intend to where mask until everybody else does. So. I found a couple of graphs which are not exactly easy to talk about verbally but I mean, tell me what you when you look at the graph tell me what you think of. Here's. So this is a daily new confirmed Kovic nineteen deaths and I think the the confirmed part is a very interesting thing because you can think this was covid nineteen you can say it but like to confirm it is a little more solid Canada Okay So you've got the line for America which okay. It shoots up at the beginning and starts to round off a bit and then just sort of goes over to the right and wavers a bit and doesn't really fall that that that low. Now you've got Sweden which it goes up and then it tapers down and down and down, and then it just crashes at the end. So at the very end we're pretty much where we started and they're zero. Like, they're down to zero confirmed covid nineteen deaths now, and this is the country that had the least amount of government regulations and requirements. They're like, Hey, here's what we advise be smart about this be considerate. Fair what is the age. Difference though. The. Democrat shoulder. Oh Yeah. There's a lot of old people in Sweden. So here are the White Gal sixty, nine years old says if they don't if they don't I will not wear it because nobody else does. Martin Spoil Wrong fifty year old businessman said that he would follow government recommendations. If they tell us, we don't need masks we don't wear them. Sweden has received global attention for softer approach to curbing the spread of the virus which coupled with relatively higher death toll has led to the region's largest country being shunned by its neighbors, but when it comes historically about minding their business. But when it comes to masks, the Northeast Nordic nations look staunchly united. So except for Sweden, there are a few cases in those countries KK Chang Epidemiologist University of Birmingham since two for applied health research told AF pay. So I don't blame them for not doing it as long as they have reasonable social distancing and contact tracing has been done properly. Was We to do that? Asked Tuesday what long as you're being spied on I'm okay with it. Yeah. what might change his mind on recommending the use of facemask. Sweden's chief epidemiologist Anders Tangle said that he's still waiting for some of the proof that they're -FFECTIVE So what a novel concept? Portraying some logic questionable I. think it's wrong a responsible and it's stubborn. The epidemiologists said if he's wrong, it cost life. If I'm wrong. What harm does it do? The epidemiologists says there's no harm to wearing masks so we should all wear them I'm not entirely sure that that's true. And I mean. Okay. So there's there's the direct physical health oriented harm that he's talking about. Okay. Well, we've we've discussed some of the issues with that. You've got your mask mouth you've got one of the things that bothers the most bothers me the most is not seeing people's faces actually really bad for your immune system epidemiologist should know bacteria grows in wet damp dark places you would think well, right now they're looking to covert and they're not looking at much else. They're certainly not looking at dental issues and even just looking at cove it. Okay. Let's let's assume. That nothing else exists this is the only thing that means any of our attention. Okay. Viruses need cells to procreate. That's what they are. That's how they work. Now, if you have a multicellular organism, it has defenses it has t cells that will attack the virus and will attack cells that have been infected with the virus. So what what it wants is bacteria to eat that's that's what it means. It means defenseless little single celled organisms so that it can get in procreate and explode. That's what they do. So if you make more bacteria if you well, if you create this environmentally. Rich you will get a lot of viruses I get the idea but wouldn't we be seeing more many more cases and deaths and all these sorts of things going on in countries where mass compliance is significantly higher if that's the case no ours covert isn't. Necessarily, because Kobe isn't all that deadly except to people who are already very fragile.
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.
"camille" Discussed on Z104
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"camille" Discussed on Hand Me My Purse.
"I'm so glad and come on. We support black business over here. Shout out to black businesses and small black business because there's nothing small about your black businesses at all lured away you are doing Major work in our community. I thank you appreciate you for your time. You're black excellence. Your black girl magic. I appreciate you and this is my first remote interview. So thank you for going through this journey with me because it has been a journey for the both of us have been fantastic as a one. Yes everything is as it should be. Thank you so much. And let's give a round of applause for camille..
"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..
"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. We think that animals matter as members of our communities and that governments should be stepping up to the plate in funding this and providing resources to make sure that these groups can do what they need to do say goodbye to scooping say hello to a better litterbox introducing kitty sift the eco-friendly waterproof litterbox made of recycled.
"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.
"camille" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"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..
"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..
"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.
"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..
"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.
"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.
"camille" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
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