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Naomi Campbell Welcomes Baby Girl at Age 50
"Secretly welcome to baby girl saying her little baby is her Angel and Naomi Campbell is 50 years old. They did. Yeah, congrats to her, she says. A beautiful little blessing has chosen me to be her mother. And, um, Naomi Campbell posted a photo of her hands cradling a little baby little baby feet. All that sign me. Twit sees the best that have never, ever, ever been sullied by the Earth. Love
Why Indiana's Red Flag Law Did Not Prevent FedEx Mass Shooting
"In the week of a mass shooting in Indiana. I spoke with my colleague, Campbell Robertson about what went wrong with the state's red flag law. Campbell. We learn everything that you just laid out after this awful shooting, and I think quite naturally, Ah, lot of people's first reaction is Wait a minute. How did this all go wrong? You have State where lawmakers did something proactively. They passed a red flag law and you have a parent who did something proactively. She called the police on her own son, and then you have prosecutors who decide not to exercise the law to its fullest extent. And so at first blush Blame here would seem to reside. With the prosecutors. That's what it seemed like in the immediate days afterwards. And The police themselves, said Look, we did what we were supposed to do. The prosecutor makes that decision very explosively, saying this was not our obligation. But on Monday Thank you. I appreciate everybody being here today. My name is Ryan Mears. I'm the marrying kind of prosecutor here in Indianapolis, Indiana. The prosecutor had a press conference where he explained what happened. I think it's important to note But this case does illustrate some of the shortcomings that exist with this red flag wall. He basically said that the shortcomings of the law itself What's to blame here? And how does he explain that? What does he say? As you can tell from the tight timeline that were under and operate under when we try to make a determination, we have 14 days under the statute. So there several points that he points to one that they only have 14 days to make this initial petition, which he argued is simply too short. Because we have 14 days or ability is severely limited to build a case that you are eventually going to have to prove by clear and convincing margin. In a person presents a dangerous risk.
Tatum Scores a Triple-Double Against the Bulls
"This was a game for all the Campbell haters because when Kemba misses the game, like I like Jason Tatum is cold as ice and you see the final score this one these guys could not buy a basket tonight. And this was the game that if Kemba Walker plays that's less time for Pritchard that's less shots for for Tatum who certainly couldn't you know wasn't on tonight and maybe they're getting better looks because Jeanne listen when Kemba Walker's Out There He commands a lot more attention than Richard does or, you know, whoever else you know Waters or whoever you want to put in there. So it's a little bit of a trickle-down effect. I will say I liked that song even though Tatum was off he found other ways to contribute. I mean triple-double tonight, you know, you don't want to just sniffed that away so credit credit for that
The Ghosts of Northern Ireland’s Troubles Are Back
"To northern ireland now where violent protests have grit the region for almost two weeks. That's the sound of rioting which has involved children as young as twelve throwing bricks fireworks and petrol bombs at lines of police officers and vehicles in the last week. Ninety officers have been injured. This unrest relates back to brexit and today a court in belfast will decide whether to hear a legal challenge to the northern ireland protocol. That was part of the. Uk's brexit deal that imposed trade barriers between the region and the rest of britain to allow trade to continue seamlessly on the island of ireland. The bbc's john campbell has more on that story from belfast. Basically you have unionists. One of the men political groupings in northern ireland at the core of their politics is the desire to remain part of the united kingdom and to resist any attempt to reunite with the other part of ireland the republic of ireland. They want a judge to rule. Brexit deal for northern ireland would be unconstitutional. And they hope that would force the uk government to go and renegotiated. And what they are. Trying to argue is that the brexit dale breaches the good friday agreement. Peace accord because it changes northern ireland's constitutional position without the consent of a vote on the also says it breaches a much older law known as the act of union which says there shouldn't be any customs borders within the uk
The Hockey Shaman Who Rebuilt the NHLs Hottest Goalie
"So james first of all. How many nicknames does jack campbell have in the big one for sherry soupy or soup and that is very common in hockey. Anyone that is named campbell and there've been a lot of them mostly. What you hear is yes and then you know some of the other nicknames that you get are going back further into his past and his family calls a little jack when he played in texas in the minors they call them. Happy jack which is a fitting nickname for the way that jack campbell axe but around the leaves it soup or be all the time is what you hear and seems like this guy is pretty universally loved like took to an unusual degree. Why is it's just his personality and his media availabilities obviously. He's in the biggest hockey market in the world. So there's a lot of attention on him and he's very very quickly won over. A lot of people fans coaches teammates media with just his disposition. Definitely oh the boys a nice red lobster dinner. How that's for sure off. Definitely not what i expect out of myself but thankfully a great team and the curated jeremy tonight and it was just a lot of fun nets endeared himself to his teammates into the fan base really quickly off. Matthew said soups awesome. soups awesome. He comes to the day and Smile on his face knee. He works extremely hard and been You know he's been on real us. The players really just gush about him and his story has come out and been told and all that he went through the more. The team is kind of rallied around him and kind of really embraced him as a team. May
200 Dollars to Glory: Starting and Expanding a Bar. - burst 02
"We got some bottles coming out this that are some pretty heavy hitters yes some really highly allocated bottles One for sure that. I know on that i'm looking for. I don't think i've ever been able to see this out in the wild anywhere. But that blatant bo. Twenty two year Coming out in april. It's going to be a nice hard to find but if you can get your hands on one is going to be about that. You definitely want to add to your collection. I've seen people do reviews on it. They've had nothing but positive things to say about it. And i just kind of scared of the price tag. I don't know exactly what the price tag on it is. I'm not gonna throw a bunch of rumors out there. But i know what's up there Another one that you can be looking for in april Old fitzgerald's releasing their spring. Twenty twenty one to kanter. I think this one was an eight year. Yes so this is going to be an eight-year bottled in bond bourbon. You're going to be hard pressed to find this one as well So also in april. You're looking at blood. Oaths annual release. Pack seven this year Last year's was finished in cognac barrels. This year i don't do it. Does anyone know the finish on that. By chance Kimball can look that up for not mistaken. it was. i can't pronounce a madera madera. Almost one hundred percent. Sure and i'm i'm may be completely wrong. I know the label is just a beautiful baby. Blue yes so high. I love the color blue health campbell's wearing a blue shirt. I like that shirt gamble. So you were talking about the Price tag for blaine. Twenty two yes Soften yay sau. T. e. r. in es casks. I'm guessing saw yeah. I don't know how to pronounce it. So let's see again sought as you. T. e. r. n. e. s. We're also from southern indiana. So far pronunciations are absolutely terrible. Y'all don't understand what we're going through around here. Please forgive sweet white wine. From the small town of salter tornay in the bordeaux region of france so definitely saw tornay or saw. Turn me a white wine. That's going to be an interesting one but by to the blatant is. Is this the last of the blatant bo. Twenty two year. Because aren't they discontinued doing in bo. Twenty two. I haven't read anything yet. just keep stay tuned to us. We'll we'll do some research and will either put it up on our facebook page or we'll lie included in a future episode
Tarrant County and UNT Health Science to Open More COVID-19 Vaccination Sites
"County and the U. N. T Health Science Center Point open more vaccination sites here in the county. Katherine's airfields is in the U. N. T Health Science Center and Tarrant County have already established sites at the Stop, Six neighborhood and Saginaw with the bolt to provide better access to those in underserved communities. Sylvia Trent Adams, with the U. N T Health Science Center, says they're also planning 17 registration events. Registration is critical to make sure we can identify When In fact, things are planned for given day, and then for the extra capacity for walkin access. They also planned to open for new sights. Campbell in Zaire. W B A B NEWS Our
The University of Washington's retired live mascot, Dubs, dies
"Asking alumni band members even past football players, saying they're still saddened to learn of the passing of Dubs the retired mascot of the University of Washington to £75 Alaskan malamute became the 13th live mascot. In 2009. He's a dog of the people he was made for this. He really was something owner Kelly Campbell shared with many for years, Dubs had been a staple that you don't football games rooting on the dogs for 65 home games. Get all his owner said he's made nearly 400 appearances on behalf of the university since Dubs took over Washington Football had a record of 79 48 winning 62% of its contest. University had out passing of the color ceremony during the first quarter of Washington's final home game against Oregon State and 2018 dubs the original will be remembered through hours of video in thousands of pictures with fans players in school factually, many of which are being posted on social media as we speak. Thank you dubs for what you did for Husky football.
8 Shot, 1 Dead, at Gathering on Chicago's South Side
"Person is dead. At least seven others are wounded following a shooting on the South side. Police say multiple gunman opened fire early this morning at a gathering near 79th and Campbell. A man was shot there pronounced dead on the scene. The rest of the victims. Taken to the hospital with gunshot wounds. No one is in custody.
N.H.L. Fires Referee for Comment on Penalty Call
"Well the nhl has announced that. Tim peel has been fired immediately. He will never work. Nhl games now in the future. Colin campbell announced it this morning. By saying in part there is no justification for his comments no matter the contexts or its intention in the nhl will take any and all steps necessary to protect the integrity of our game. This is incredibly overzealous on part of the nhl. What do you think yes a little much. I mean i get why they're doing it because you just don't want to see. They have an agenda. Coming in like things are predetermined. I mean you. And i both know what he's saying. Is i want to keep the game from getting out of control. So we're setting the tone early. I mean that's that's what ref do but you're not supposed to acknowledge it and i think it's just they don't need to fire him though like you know. And maybe they could. They could quietly bring him back but it seemed like they were making him a scapegoat for this. I got a. I got an email from a friend of mine. Who's a referee. And i gave you the name. Because he's still rafts yup but here's what he said. I've officiated thousands of basketball games in my life. Tim peel said what every single official has thought. During a many times we just either keep it to ourselves or speak about it to our partner at halftime when it's only us in a room in a basketball game. Let's say the foul count is one side. Maybe it's six. Oh the calls were all one hundred percent correct and the foul count should be six. Oh if not more we can look up at the scoreboard and see the count and we also gear up from the coach. Who said he's had six called against his and none of four forum and if there's a break in the game wrestled get together. And if they're veteran officials yeah they will say they need to call one against the team with zero fouls the next time. That team comes anywhere close to committing a foul. That's the one that's going to get called if the files were six. Oh against them. There's no way we'd call that foul but here comes a whistle. Both coaches know. It's coming to and this guy. My friend is exactly right. Yeah i for the initial shock time gambling going on here further. Okay the rest being mic'ed up. There's a lot of players that we i know about the nba. They have players are miked. Up and coaches are miked up. There's somebody who they don't all go on the broadcast. I mean there is a feed where the unedited sound this. Somebody leaks it but mostly the only stuff that the the broadcast air has been sort of pre-approved somebody from the league. That's sitting there listening to it saying okay. We use that use this. This'll be good juicy and a years. Do you remember when the when the warriors were playing the rockets and steve kerr was there was a there was audio of steve. Kerr saying something about. Kevin durant like kevin needs v or aggressive or. I can't remember what he said but it was something like he needs to. He can't just take over there. You know whatever it was and it got through like we they aired it on the broadcast and then it became a thing game. Steve kerr got asked about it and stuff and he was rightly pretty upset. Because that's the exact kind of thing that you know the this whole thing of biking coaches and players up. It's based on trust. It's based on this idea that you know you're going to kind of protect me from something like that happening. Right of of in the moment and the emotions of the game coach yells at star player star player yells at so teammate. Whatever which is literally what happens in every single game if that gets taken out if that gets blown up that quote gets goes everywhere like then it becomes a problem for these coaches and players. And they're not gonna let themselves get mike up
Massive cargo ship becomes wedged, blocks Egypt's Suez Canal
"A massive cargo ship is blocking the narrow Suez Canal waterway that carries about ten percent of world trade officials say tugboats restraining to free a skyscraper sized container ship that became wedged across Egypt's Suez Canal and blocked to traffic in the vital waterway the M. B. ever given carries cargo between Asia and Europe images show the ship's about touching the eastern wall of the Suez Canal well it stern was lodged against the western wall she's longer than the canal is wide and and so she's jammed in there pretty good cellmark Adriana is a former merchant mariner and an associate professor of history at Campbell university so right now that's those are piling up in port Suez in the southern and imports I eat in the northern end it wasn't clear what caused the accident evergreen marine corporation that runs the ship said in a statement that had been overcome by strong winds as it entered the canal from the Red Sea I'm Jennifer king
Biden urges UK and EU to preserve Northern Irish peace amid Brexit row
"Good. Friday agreement of nineteen ninety-eight ended thirty years of conflicts between mostly catholic nationalists fighting for a united ireland and mostly protestant loyalists who want northern ireland to stay part of the united kingdom. But now the accord is in jeopardy. According to david campbell chairman of the loyalist community's council. He's calling for dialogue with the eu and island to change the northern irish protocol. That he believes has breached fundamental principles of the original deal. This follows an announcement from loyalist paramilitary groups that they were temporarily withdrawing support for the peace agreement due to concerns over the brexit deal but it has further repercussions beyond europe to has been mcevoy news a political reporter and monocle twenty four regular and has been covering. The story is here to tell us. Good morning to you. Vinian thanks for joining us at. This is clearly a big problem. Here in britain and for the eu. Why is it resonating across the atlantic. Good morning yet has huge resignation across the atlantic you have a massive irish diaspora in america. One in ten americans consider themselves to be from irish descent. You go to the half american presidents having lineage and the man in the white house now is probably the most closely itunes irish issues. That has been since john f. kennedy and so we've now got the brexit arrangement in place in old nada and there was a reason why the northern irish people voted most strongly than any nation in the united kingdom to remain in the eu. Because it is a self-described post conflict society. Those wounds were still hearing and brexit has opened them up and caused issues and as well as the united kingdom and the eu the us will say played a big role in achieving peace in northern ireland. And it is worried that the westminster government has been to a reckless in its handling of northern ireland and things could start to come upon say loyalists particularly angry. We have to remember over the course of brexit with theresa may. She didn't have a majority off to the two thousand seventeen election. so she's struck this alliance with dp which is the main loyalist party. She gave them all kinds of funding for that backing To get her brexit deal through it contains something cold the irish back stock which they became unhappy with that it would have prevented having border arrangements of they were the ones who encouraged conservative backbenchers to keep looking at so now the situation is that. Despite bar johnson's promises he is betrayed. Loyalist parties in northern ireland in that he has allowed the creation of an irish seaboard between nineteen noland and the rest of the united kingdom. And so it is that that has enraged loyalists because they think that it is a barrier between them and the rest of the u. k. That isolates them and that it leads to more synchronization with the republican violence because north non has stayed in single markets and not go on with the rest of the united kingdom. So of course. We know that the have been major power players struggling currently with the brexit rules and their supporters. What does this mean for northern. Ireland's devolved government. Yeah we have to remember. The nolansville government was actually suspended for three years until january loss. If it had been an independent country it would have been the longest in europe to not have to working governments But what it means now is that we've had them up running for a year and all kinds of problems are coming up. So you know the prime minister. Boris johnson traveled. Auden's elliott this This month he actually didn't meet with chimp Sane the other main partners in that power sharing agreement that has said waves. That says you know. The the westminster copy relied on his effect on governors of. What's going on there. It's only dealing with one of the parties but the loyalists themselves having problems in their ranks. Because of this seaboard you had a administer effectively northern ireland a playing a sort of unilaterally moves late on friday nights a few weeks ago where he sort of blocks the construction of the border checks at poets and the hiring of staff unilaterally and that really set things off because they're just trying to frustrate the creation of this border which brussels assigned up to the uk has signed up to in law and for the first time last week the biden white house made clear that it supports the northern ireland tricycle. And that everyone else. Apart from the loyalist consider this now a settled issue to move on
Bahubali Shete CEO of TinyChef on His Journey to 1M Voice App Users
"Remember when you and i i spoke about what you were doing that. You're working on the the knobs and the scale different things in order to automate all the mechanical parts of cooking. And then you're going to add. Recipes is just that was like sort of a secondary element in some ways and you totally flipped. It eliminated the first part. So i guess that makes more sense because you started out in the iot that's equipment and then you wound up determining that wasn't the best way to go. So what data points did you get. And and how did you collect those data points. The convince you to make the switch in your focus so Don't change the cooking equipment very often in the sense that smart kitchen appliances which are coming definitely You need smart kitchen appliance. You need robotics but consumers do not have enough space in the kitchen to add more wrote gadgets in the kitchen they already have enough and they don't chain them in unless there are no small blender on those kind of products so the basic cooking up a novel on wednesday by his dad with them for any answer fifteen years and it's it's not easy to change and you cannot retrofit on these devices because they're so attached to things that the look and feel and us except those products are very important so i felt that numis been not willing to know either it off changes equipments and hence the market was becoming very niche game smart kitchen appliances and i felt that i was right in saying that that it is going to be yields before the Plans has become a commodity. And become you know get used to them and start using them in the kitchen and in the meantime you know me as a startup definitely wanted to find where the pinpoint sought and assault them. And that's really felt that the pain points really in the journey and that's where we shifted our focus to this. How long did it take you to come to that conclusion to be already reality mad about you. Know five thousand knobs and be able to ship it to them. We made a road running campaign and all that and then we had noted on everything. Get so you had a indigo kickstarter. Yeah in new right. So you fully funded that you actually produce the product you could have shipped them the product but at that point you decided it's it'll be better for us to refund the money than to have to deploy this product in support it because you didn't really believe in that market segment anymore. I say so. That must have been a very painful decision to make. It's it's both painful as well as emotional for me. Because i come from robotics in address space and i'm so attached to hardware. I believe i can saw putting hardware than getting away from data and then being myself as a businessman rather than being technologist was said that a decision so tell me how that decision played out. was that just. You looked at the data. You made the decision or did you have a mentor. advisors other people in the company that you consulted with. How did that play out. This is really important. I know a lot of people have had go through these pivots and this is sort of a soft pivot but a significant one. Be great to share your experience on that. Yeah definitely for explain a very major role in that. So it is in vlad. I met so many People i met from meek it companies see yours to Big marketing gle ascent from campbell. Nestle and unilever walmart so many people and then i had the vehicle does the idea in understand the views on it and definitely doesn't have any clear advice coming from all of them which was also deflecting in my initial trials Consumers that it was difficult for them to add up or product in that existing kitchen and yeah a lot of an Next so it was. You talked to a lot of people they all gave you. Basically the same advice you were seeing the problems on the customer side so it just became obvious even though there was a painful decision for you emotionally given your background. Yeah well it's hard to. It's hard to kill the baby right. I mean i think that's what we would say is a baby for adoption or whatever it is you're doing and focus So then the the feature that you thought was going to be complementary to your main product became the product so once you decided that this how did you change. How did you change your strategy. What did that mean was going. You're going to be doing differently. Reduced doing more of the stuff that you already doing the recipe side or did you have to basically start over I had to start or in some sense It was in the same direction. Same solution same in a find though solid from the consumer angle but the approach is completely different. I i i i may have said this in one of the podcast but you know one of the consumer is such just nine initially conducted a focus group discussion. One lady told me a benign asked her a question that what is that your family as as it acknowledgee vici-. You had that in the kitchen to help you in the kitchen. And she said google maps to said my husband who is seventy plus. Now who couldn't drive denise back even in our own city now he's able to drive in any part of the world anyplace from any to any point with all the confidence just because he has maps. It doesn't get up. And i wish that technology was available in the kitchen with which i can walk. Can anybody can walk into the kitchen. Cook any dish they will and that goes in iowa for me. So that's fascinating so that's a really interesting insight so you you spoke with this one customer and you realize what they needed was google maps for cooking. And it's really interesting because we really think about recipes is being more mechanics of it. So how do i know what to do. When and what sequence. But it's really as much as anything a confidence builder if you could build them something like a cooking concierge or adviser that helps them through the entire process. So there's both a functional and emotional aspect to it grew and when i looked at it I also realized that there is so much of resources so many this is available in thumbs up man you can find it as a bs in a local all lack but still not satisfied for the simple reason that didn't know what to trust because it's one thing about searching for some election bleeding some reviews but other thing about cooking that dish yourself for your family it could end up being a messy meal basil. They didn't know whom trusted partner in himself. At spiezio sweaty critical of them and an back. I felt that you know be need not only a good content but a good experience in order to make be committee For consumers in the kitchen so to become the will the good expedience than realize that we need any is solution which understands colletti techniques colletti science. Which can then have a very fruitful conversation with the consumers and make that choice. I expediency really a natural expedience intense. I started my journey on the i or colletti
Spring break: Party over in Miami Beach; curfew imposed in South Beach district
"Curfew. A large crowds of spring breakers. Getting violent with cops has prompted Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gilbert to declare a state of emergency and order. People out of South Beach is entertainment district by eight PM each night. Rapper Luther Campbell says Miami Beach would not have problems with unruly crowds if it had planned. Better not putting anything into spring great weekend for these young people to do, creating a police state, Campbell accused the city of creating a hostile environment to get rid of black crowds. Mayor Gilbert disputes that Florida has
University of Maryland School of Medicine participates in Moderna pediatric vaccine trial
"Trial will study the modern, A vaccine for Children ranging from six months to 11 years Old University, Maryland professor of pediatrics Dr James Campbell telling w T O P. It's important to get kids vaccinated and protected from Cove. It is milder than adults, but Not a mild disease. It can cause very severe illness and the importance of getting vaccinated is one to protect those Children forgetting covert disease itself to is to protect them from the what we call the sick, well, a meaning the things that can follow covert disease you may have heard of like, M I s t this inflammatory disease that can occur after Cove. It and Children even once again very mild illness. On the one hand, more and more people are receiving their vaccines on the other confirmed cases are also rising around here. The Washington Post virus tracker finds cases are up recently. The Daily case count is up 9% of Virginia by more than 10% in Maryland, the overall 70 average of new cases also higher in both states In recent days, the spikes are coming as governors loosened pandemic restrictions and the impact of covert variants.
Accidents And Aging, Learn How To Avoid Them
"Back with us. Today is our favourite cool doctor. Dr aleida mucci. You may remember her from last month when we talked about. Frailty today we're talking. Oh all things incontinent. So thanks for joining me today. Thank you very much. It's lovely to see her again. Jerry to hopefully soon we'll be able to travel and now my husband's go to europe so we have a lot of people to meet over in the uk soon so and me. Smile american college of physicians conferences. Which i used to do every yes. Oh yes looking forward to. That sounds terrific so last month we talked on. Frailty what it is how to prevent it or prevent it from getting worse. What's on on topic for incontinence today. How is that tied into aging. Will danny wed do. I stop you can enormous topic and a very interesting run and i think as we get into the conversation i like to get a couple things out there straightaway and the first thing as incontinence and age in on the same thing incontinence at any age is malt known as we get older and if we spot experiencing We shouldn't just say well. would you expect i. May you five ninety of those things happen. Not it is not normal to get incontinent. So eat back east happening. Medical attention should be sought because yes of course. We're experiencing certain down that in terms of our blige urination bottles of apple. Talk about this zoological. Changing changes in our water systems. However incontinence is abnormal. The sun at the second thing is it can happen at any age at fifty year old can be incumbent yet and nineteen year old lady campbell accidentally fine with the gains so these are the two important facts to consider what it comes to the aging changes incontinence. I will mean we will be talking about blood today. I think it will be too much. We'll maybe talk about bowels. If you have any questions but let's concentrate on the blood or in today's podcast. So when it comes to changes in changes of cools the bladder muscle which will detroit muscle does get a little bit on a mind of its own and will get more contractions mowing one in trade contractions and sunday out the blue. You might have been the toilet over half an hour ago and you saw yet energy. So that's one of the changes way experience. The capacity will how much you the blubber can hold before it Tells your brain that you need to empty your blood. That capacity goes down as well and then of course. Let's not forget as we grow all debit develop problems. Most commonly mobility problems arthritis muscle weakness. And of course the pure ability to go to that will becomes a challenge. And we'll get back in. Time sometimes can lead to their little accidents piece of the main agent changes when he to know about amicus please coupled weight changes in their body for example aud as the old abbey develop sound failing and harmon of the blood vessels are on the brain. Will that small vessel. Schemic changes are Disease that of course has an impact was won't our bodies regulated by multiple mechanisms up mainly by the brain. If you had the blood vessels of the brain for that will have impact on your brother and the blood to contracting voluntarily So these these are the main main aging changes. They need to be arou- make sense so we need to take care of our brains that we don't have bathroom issues. All that's that's most set jerry and go for a danger. They you a good point because we need to take account of our brain people with strokes people who go wall man Let's say that there are many reasons for strokes. Most common causes smoking diabetes. Obesity and sold this risk factors lead has had have recovered strokes and of course strokes is one of the main risk factors developing bladder problems as well. So what patients. With stroke do developing continous do develop imola These involuntary contractions which in medical terms were cool. All were active blooded syndrome so it leads to urge incontinence simple mechanism as imagine he'll blah. It consists of one muscle which is called the truth himself and he just contracts might warns involuntarily. So that's a basic sob- ov- that always active syndrome in swam back communist conditions which we see in our post stroke patients
Judge: CDC exceeded authority in issuing eviction moratorium
"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting a judge determines the CDC exceeded its authority in issuing a national eviction moratorium a federal judge in Ohio has ruled the U. S. centers for disease control and prevention didn't have the authority to issue a nationwide moratorium on rental evictions last year in his ruling U. S. district judge J. Phillip Calabrese said the CDC went beyond what the federal public health service act allows it was the second such ruling in less than a month late February U. S. district judge J. Campbell Barker in the Eastern District of Texas ruled the moratorium was unconstitutional the justice department is appealing Barker's order the CDC eviction moratorium was signed by president Donald Trump in September president Joe Biden extended the moratorium through March thirty first hi Mike Rossio
Mayoral Candidate and Boston City Councilor Andrea Campbell Releases Detailed Transportation Policy Plan
"Generally in ABC News in Boston today, Boston City councilor and mayoral candidate Andrea Campbell releasing a comprehensive plan to build a safe, sustainable and multi modal transportation network in Boston. Her goal is to support a more equitable future and green economy. Land details strategies to create 15 minute neighborhoods throughout Boston, which she says would create more
"campbell" Discussed on Ideas
"Relationships between and among people myth is basically like the pandora story an attractive exterior. It's a pot. it's a container. it's a container. That is so appealing everyone will sit and listen to them and if they come with the aura of of truth and fundamental essence. Well then so be it. It's even more attractive. But basically myth is an empty pot. Whatever you put into it is what gets conveyed. What i like to impress upon students is that every act of communication has a motive. There's no simple objective. Transfer of information myth is very motivated. And i like to get students when we look at midst to try and dig down and figure out what the motive behind the myth is if they can do that in a middle class. Maybe they'll leave at the end of the semester. A little more critical a little more suspicious especially this is one of the giveaways of myth when people present things to them as if they were natural as if they were not even worth thinking about. Because everybody believes this or that when people start telling me things are natural. I get deeply suspicious. And i smell a myth so there is the anti campbell. Take that myth. Don't come from inside us. They're forced upon us by powers that be. I think my opinion of campbell's pretty clear. I think he's a showman. I think my opinion about myth is pretty clear. I think myth does more damage than good. And i think my proposal for the only effective response to myth being suspicion and critical analysis is also fairly clear in those are the three things i think i wanted to get across. There remains a huge range of how we can approach the ancient stories that have been passed down to us. What campbell accomplished was that. He made one approach really appealing. I think campbell d. Look kimmel wonderful job to the study of myth. I mean he shook things. Campbell shook things up the interpretation that matters to you the interpretation that actually teaches you something is the one that resonates for you and campbell may not do that when a culture stories are all heroes journeys then. We're all just trying to make progress in driven by fear and getting the hat but just because he did an excellent job of the hero's journey. I don't think we get to blame them. It's it's up to us like i don't want to be a victim of the hero sense pseudo like why aren't we saying. Wow that's inspiring and it's tricky right. This isn't like a natural science where we kind of need everybody to be on the same page if they're going to launch a rocket or operate on kidney right in the human sciences and the arts. it's much murkier. And i think the risk of saying that there's only a single structure or a single story is that then when you encounter new things you're trying to fit them to that mold instead of kind of taking them on their own merits if we do that too we all are looking for something that may or may not be there and another society stories. that does us a disservice. it actually impedes our understanding of the world and yet here with a thousand faces.
"campbell" Discussed on FoodStuff
"Think we have to be honest. Yeah who All right well anyway Campbell's doing an episode about campbell's here hypothetically try. It tried a bunch of things in these first couple decades of the first century That didn't all necessarily workout super great They they bought and then later sold bolt house farms and garden. Fresh gourmet They were trying to get into the fresh food sector And would eventually just sell sell it all. They were just like no. We only make shelf stable stuff now. and It's also when they picked up brands like pacific foods and snyder's Apparently there was a lot of hubbub. About how much they paid for snyder's and everyone is like really that much. That's bad business decision. So i don't know if that's true i didn't. I'm not an economics human Speaking of hub-bub in two thousand fifteen a campbell's commercial for star wars themed soup got major backlash Like a lot. Because i wasn't looking for this and it came up in a lot of articles i was reading From the far right media for featuring two dads and their son and it was especially disheartening. Because it was a real family. Oh that's how love is. Love and soup is soup. It's fine just let people enjoy soup. Yeah especially star wars to come on. If he's only more dad's star wars could enjoy soup with their sons. Look you think. I haven't read that. Fancy or darth. Vader gives luke some soup after he gets a cold iran. Especially after you know. It's all trope. Oh my did you know well. Very briefly In in star wars fan fiction often called sad murder dead. Oh well that's true. Because he is. It's all very accurate. I could go on and on about the terms of star wars fan fiction. But i won't for now that that star wars theme soup is no longer no longer with us. Sadly The product line was discontinued. But they do still do product tie ins with a with patrol and disney princesses. So.
"campbell" Discussed on FoodStuff
"My microwave was his poltergeist nonsense. And i'm determined that we needed to do a microwave episode now so i can get to. The bottom of this mystery seems that the creamy soup i was microwaving is not a call. Probably probably not i mean at. Maybe maybe the soup was haunted. Did you give me haunted. It really wouldn't surprise me if caccia had haunted soup. I if you're listening. I'm sorry that would surprise me. This is a throwback to our long desired haunted food episode. That just can't find enough in faddish. Anyone knows about any haunted food items. The only one that we know about is that packet of pasta yet. Walls listener road in about that pie so this too. Oh right right right okay. Yeah we need more need more than we need. We need more than two. Yes keep that in mind. We do have some numbers for you. Oh gosh we do yeah. Campbell's is the biggest name in soup accounts for seventy percent of the american soup market supposedly eighty percent of american households. Have at this very moment. a campbell soup product in their pantry. Yeah i feel like my mom has a whole shelf of just chicken broth chicken broth for other things. She's gonna cook with it. Yeah gotta have that that chicken broth shelf. Two six sales each seven hundred forty three million dollars but another number. I've found put twenty twenty sales at eight point six nine one billion dollars. Yeah i strongly suspect that seven hundred and forty three million dollars but was either sales from like one specific arm of the company Or or that the source actually meant profits not sales And probably that profits thing. Because i saw elsewhere that That prophets starting in the early twenty first century were were pretty Regularly around a billion dollars a year so so that's it you know sources on the internet. Humans get things wrong. Sometimes we all do we. All do is the truth Another thing we're just taking on faith. The campbell's soup company says that every year they go through three hundred million pounds of tomatoes. Forty million pounds of chicken and thirty seven million pounds of pasta. Oh yeah i didn't. I didn't translate that into metric because the answer is it's a lot it's just a bunch. It's it's a big number that we can see with certainty however the company has struggled recently with us. Dang millennials the millennial meddlesome millennial and debt after a series of unprofitable purchases of other companies. Which we'll be talking about a little bit in history section. We will and we're going to get into that but first we're going to take a quick break for word from our sponsor.
"campbell" Discussed on FoodStuff
"The campbell soup company. What is well. Campbell's is a brand of soups. That also as the campbell. Soup company owns and operates. A of other packaged food brands As they are fond of saying soup is our middle name And they are famous for those that the most famous for those soups. I'm including lines of Like inexpensive condensed soups to which you can add water in order to eat alone or added to dishes casseroles as we have mentioned plus fully constituted canned soups and soups and microwave freddie bowls or cups and The campbell's website lists two hundred and sixty five products have been discontinued and are still on the site lake. For posterity's sake. I guess but but haw yeah You know there. As i was i just looked at that number and i was like dare dare. I do a list. You dare. I did i did. This is not as not a complete list but Because i kind of just went through and try to get some like some okay. So they've got they've got their basic categories of of classic slow kettle style. Home style. Not sure what the differences chunky and healthy request and and then. I kind of broke everything there was there was planning that went into this. Y'all i'm so so amongst all of those you've got broth based soups a vegetable based like old fashioned vegetable of vegetarian vegetable vegetable beef and minute ministerial minestrone. I don't know but you know as i've lamented frequently being a podcast. You realize you don't know how to pronounce things you've always thought he knew how to pronounce. Basically nothing i feel like some episodes Some days i just spend more time looking at pronunciations. Or then. I do like any other part of my job. Oh yeah like writing scripts like quick. Look up the names in that script hours. Yes and then you'll guaranteed still someone right in I'm actually from here and now it's it this way. Yeah so. I've always said i can go. That's all i can say Yeah yeah Well however however you pronounce it yes There are also then chicken based soups including chicken. Noodle soups counted at least thirteen different types. I know right. I mean i know it's like a thing and stuff but heck Yeah and i and actually. I don't think i was counting. Some of the some of the branded ones like the like up co brand tie in one. So i think it's actually more like fifteen plus but yes Chicken rice soups chicken with juan towns with vegetables. Chicken gumbo chicken.
"campbell" Discussed on FoodStuff
"Her prediction of iheartradio. I'm anne and i'm more in vogel bomb and today we're talking about himbal soup which i mean to me. The seemingly came out of nowhere. Was this a You suggestion because i was. I was thinking about it being it being a the the holiday season here in The world. I guess we had thanksgiving Here in the united states and So i was thinking about green bean casserole. And i was like what's what's up with that soup stuff. How how does that happen. I mean it's also you know like the weather's turned. And so i you know i i kind of just been craving nothing but soup Stupid like vindaloo i guess. Oh yeah yeah and you know. A little behind the scenes listeners This is our second time recording this episode. It is my reporter decided it didn't like us so you know it. It happens very occasionally we have to. We have to come in here and pretend that we didn't already say all of these things. Try to keep it fresh. Yeah we definitely add. I hope we can recapture the jokes. The soup jokes. But i just. I just like knowing as a listener. There's like easter egg. There's a lost campbell soup. Have i mean unless you deleted it. We do have your audio from it. We do can post that and compare. I think it'd be great. It's just me an awkward silence. Yeah into it I'm also into soup and researching this episode. I did really appreciate all the condensed pundits. Yeah yeah the condense story of campbell super. What have you. So i'm going to have to. I'm going to think of something different. Okay title of this episode all right. You're challenging yourself. And i like that. You're out in yourself too so oh wind up with a condensed for the title will know that you were just lazy. It does happen. I have to admit some see. No the magic. Just isn't there puns. Puns have got to come from a very specific police. They do they do. I mean lauren. You're the one you're the only one who knows all of the and so you've witnessed this. I got a lot of times. I'm like. I got nothin. listeners Believe me when. I say that her pop lyric puns are always the best. Those are usually the ones that make me laugh out loud and start my cats. Yes yes. I'm a big fan of those as well and i love to other so obscure never picked them. Because they're so here. But i've got to make them nonetheless so i also i ever really fond place in my heart for campbell's soup growing up. If i got sick my mom would make me. She warm up some of the campbell's home style home style. Chicken noodle soup okay. Yeah can i..
"campbell" Discussed on You Can Heal Your Life
"Joined by rebecca campbell and rebecca's done a couple books with first light is the new black and rise. Sister is and she's also done a couple oracle decks with us work. Your light oracle cards enter brand new. Just released oracle deck the star seed oracle. And that's mainly what we're gonna talk about today. How you doing rebecca. I'm doing really well rate. Great great to be here in great to be with everyone is well. that's good. This is one way we have to reach out to people here in these times. Whenever ones are home or mostly at home so hopefully we can help people use your oracle dax of this deck is is unique. It's called the star seed oracle and. I was wondering if we could just start out talking about what is a star. Seem great question a good place to start so a star sade is a soul. We all have a soul who has experienced something other than life on earth sir mystics through the ages. Many many of the world's ancient cultures and traditions a lot of the creation stories actually are linked to the stars and so we as humans have been looking to the stars And the mysteries of the stars since really the beginning of time in the beginning of like philosophy end down cities concept of stasi is that. It's really it's the part of us that comes into this life with a remembering with a knowing on i think that many of us I'm sure many of us listening because we tend to to find each other. I'm who perhaps can remember when they were young gaza just this kind of knowing that there was a reason why they may have calm and often through the awakening process. It can be It can be described as a remembering And so that's really. What eight is that. Pot of the dossier. The sadove outsold the the part of us that that that chose to come here while what a time we living in right. Now we're right in the middle of it So many of the mystics and philosophers through the ages have periods of history. And we're living in one of them right now. It's it's it's no longer want a prediction. It's it's our reality. So i find that a lot of starseed's really chose to bait here now in this period of history and it seems like i know and i was reading through the booklet. That comes with the cards. Even the star seeds like you said might have come even from a different planet or somewhere like that or have a big interest in the stars. It sounded like you your whole life of like kind of been intrigued by the stars as well. Yeah i really have really having a big. My journey like many of us have had several different awakening experiences in. I find the awakening experiences on as rosy as maybe they. We might like them to be on. The one in particular was around twenty eleven twenty twelve yet. A big part of my journey was was Learning abou- Out cosmic origins learning about Where we may be have experienced before and is being a little bit written about like various different pots of the universe and beyond and different particularly like of souls. I like to It made is one of the greatest mysteries of all right. And we can't possibly know for real and that is what the mysteries of all about But i like to think of Of who we are at sold level as being influenced from our experiences. So just like may. I was born in australia. i moved over to the uk in my mid twenties and lived in london. And now. I live in glastonbury and all of those life experiences in particularly H of those cities that i've lived in countries i've lived in have really influenced who i am whether it's through my accent or now i know i used to have I used to ten quite easily australia now. I have like why. English buni scared. My dad teases me all the time. It's just like he's like. Oh the poor. English rose I think that if we can consider that from like a soul perspective it makes sense that the experiences out so has had Whether it's through lifetimes end beyond influence in craft who we are as a soul makes sense and so why did you feel the need for stars seed oracle. What what what brought that about. I mean i know. It's off the charts popular. So you definitely did the right thing but i was just wondering how you came up with the idea and why you did it. As an oracle to oracle is. I wonder if anyone listening can relate to this. But when i would do my meditations on and sometimes even my dreams i would. I would see these things that i hadn't released seen in mind waking life so for example particular colors ends on textures And can i've I'm very creative. Approaches to writing book so as a creative director sir using the visual format worked with. Daniel know who's wonderful artist to find a way of of china trying to bring these. I guess i'd call them. Memories of my soul into the three day life here Like for example there is a cod cold. Remember an it's a. It's it's it's someone looking through like the like a well of water seeing the lack that they were about the incarnate into and that's based on a journey was actually a past life regression. I had heard the moment. Refulled this life where i choose by now if that makes sense mike so it was. It was a really exciting way of grounding these visions that i'd kinda held in in i guess my soul and my heart And yes that's really why we chose to make it an oracle and as you use the orga- you even created the whole box. So you could use it to do readings with which i think is.
"campbell" Discussed on Review Party Dot Com
"Some campbell's chicken noodle soup user sissy ebihara seventy six titles her review a great tasting soup that i've grown up with. I have grown up with this soup. I'm in my forties and this soup was around. When i was growing up as a child my mom had me this when she needed me to eat something quick and easy to fix or if she was tired of sick there were three other children besides myself makes for children. Plus mama parents were divorced. I remember when i became a teenager. I went through by only eating this soup. It's condensed so i would add some water. Let it come to a boil. Then munch out. I remember my mom allowed me to to only eat the soup for like six months. I don't know if that was good for my body but nothing bad ever happened now as older. I've raised my kids in grandchildren with the soup. It's so delicious and it's soup to be trusted. Know that with this. Can you will always get a can of awesomeness and amazing flavor. To hit your taste. Buds five stars. Okay i got. I got two things swing after that one. Yeah one Maybe the fondness the fond memories. I had of this soup that were looted to may maybe pushed to their absolute extreme here. Yeah which leads me to the next point. I think this bitch addicted to sue. I i don't know like we have. We have mind memories of campbell's condensed soup and sissy has memories of only campbell's condensed chicken noodle soup so she literally sites once six months straight. It was the only food she ate and nothing bad has happened for her body. How did she not just become a kidney stone. A kidney stone. That is very interesting. Because i thought this sounds kind of funny but this is a this is review on target. It says it's originally posted on campbell's dash. Us i went on the campbell site and couldn't find like a product page where people would leave reviews So i just googled. Sissy barra seventy six. And she's got a tiktok alway. Her tiktok is at need an organ. Donor need liver and kidney transplant. No you're you're kidding. I'm not kidding. There's there's another site you are l. e. dot com at need an organ donor So she's she's hustle and to get it not kickstarter..
"campbell" Discussed on RunPod
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"campbell" Discussed on RunPod
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"campbell" Discussed on RunPod
"Hello and welcome to another episode of run port. I'm Jennifer, Garner and I would say the I'm GonNa say that this episode has an important message of. Bravery of courage of sheer determination. But also on top of all that it shows, her running can be hugely beneficial to an individual by ultimately referring a boost to your mental health. So today, we're going to be hearing the story of the fabulous M Campbell, a writer and speaker who quite simply loves running. She claimed she could talk endlessly by the positive ways that running. Has Enhanced our life. Now she turned to running after time of adversity for Emma is also a three times cancer survivor. We will talk about that along with many of things but first of all, let's just say Halloo m hello. Hello. Hi Jenny having a not bad. How're you doing I'm Gary, good I'm kind of you know sitting upstairs quiet house kids school feeling. Yeah. Happy, happy place today. Good I'm pleased to hear it because it's Great to have you on run poured, but you don't mind me saying you are still relatively new to running I guess as well. Aren't you? Yeah. I'm new to kind of I would call programming as in life changing, running I I was listening to your. Lane on on. Previous episode this morning and A. Really related to what she was saying about the kind of running in your twenties and the for me was very much you Kinda Oh, not liking why so in the mirror and the kind of. Almost like a punishment Anam. So I dabbled with over the years and I would go through phases of throwing myself around the coleman feeling miserable and but I'd say you have coming up to two years of it of it feigning berry very different. Kind. With. Lage's the diagnosis and. kind of the realization that running. Could. Just be. It's become this incredible said of anchor alongside the challenges that I continue to to go three. Because, you know a lot of people when they when they are given news like you've received on three separate occasions. Yeah. They probably running wouldn't be top of their list of things that they'd want to do to be quite honest I'm sure I'm sure you feel a whole desire to million other things. So why why running? I. Think is it just kind of rural believer in synchronicity timing of things and it's funny because six years ago when I had my first recurrence I'm an colleges saying. Really to. Keep meeting tweet his treatment. You know get some exercise, go out every day in but just kind of looking at him like I drive a. Kroll under. That was so far from what I could imagine doing. I think this time round. A treatment I'm on is is a targeted chemotherapy so it's Slightly less brutal than.
"campbell" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Joining me now first class father, Harry Campbell welcome to First-class Fatherhood. Thanks Alek I'm excited to be. Here. In, Chat. Let's kick it off like this year. How many kids do you have? How old on it? I've got two kids. One is two and a half, and the other is almost four months actually tomorrow will be as four-month-old birthday. Wow. Okay. You got a boy and a girl or two boys two boys. All right. We try for that girl anytime soon here that's off the table I think we're definitely leaning towards having a third kid and ideally it. would be a girl so that we can have at least one of each but you know you you never know what happens. You can't control these things. You probably love him just as much either way but definitely looking at probably three. I? Think we'll be the right number I. Think the dynamics are a lot of fun when you have three kids. Might say you get what you get you don't get upset. So we had three boys I and we got our girl on the fourth try if not, we probably have five by now most likely. But yes, that's what I'm a little worried about if we do have a third boy I, don't know and then it'll be tempting to go for that again. Yeah. So. Did you guys do any kind of gender reveal or anything to find out what you haven't heard you wait to the end. So for the first one I think we did kind of the normal. I think we did a little baby shower at the party I think we did something you know a cake. I. Don't. I. Don't even remember to be honest. Not really my. Forte but I think my wife plans something small and then for this one, we actually for the second one we actually waited and so was a surprise when the baby was born I think i. might have even been the first one to know if it was a boy or girl you know because I was down there you know ready ready to catch the baby. Very. Cool. Yeah. Maybe for the next one, you can do a thing where you order a rideshare. If it's an Uber, it's a boy. If it's a lift, it's a girl maybe something like that. That'd be good I. Actually that is not a bad idea integrate my into my youtube channel or something like that. Yeah. That'd be great. If you could please just take a minute here to hit my listeners with a little bit about your background what you do. Sure. So my name as you mentioned his Harry Campbell on the founder and CEO of the rideshare guy. So it's really you know what? I call a media business I mean it's small but we've got a blog podcast YouTube channel course book for drivers primarily gearing our content towards Uber drivers and others indicate economy. So right now in the middle of this pandemic food delivery is obviously very popular on. Both the consumer and courier side. So actually, I would say probably seven or eight of our top articles and top videos right now, all have to do with delivering food whether it's a food from restaurants I, services like post made stored ashes, ubereats, groceries, for instance, Card or packages. Amazon flex laud options out there, and a lot of things need to be delivered in a lot of work opportunities there too. Yeah and I really appreciate and admire the work that you're doing. I love the hustle that you put into everything you've got going on over there and. For me, I've been driving Uber and lift for over five years. Before that I drove I'm driving a regular cab for like almost twenty years I've been doing it on and off. So. My transition to it and I really love it. I think it's a great way to do it but I know now there's so many more people doing it. A lot of kids are using it. What's encouraging for me to see as I drive around I see a lot of college kids that usually and it's great that they're not drinking and driving. But. Sometimes, they make some boneheaded decisions year when they're getting into the car. So I know a lot of kids are going back to college now parents send them off for the first time a what kind of advice you have for parents out there to prepare their kids are going to be keep them safe while they're using rideshare while away at school. Well, I would even take one step back, and as you've probably experienced Alec you know a lot of parents actually send their teenagers in ride shares on Uber Highschoolers I don't know that it's too many middle schoolers but definitely, a lot of high-schoolers is preferred method and a lot of kids these days aren't even getting their driver's license. They're just taking. Uber's what's interesting especially for the driver community that it's actually against the terms of service to give a ride to a minor even though these rides happen all the time and I think really what it gets at this larger sort of thing that. I guess I would I built my whole business around is the fact that a lot of people get into driving for Uber and lift to make a few bucks to have some fun to have some conversations and you can have all of that. But you are actually running a business and that's really what I try to coach help and teach all of my driver's everyone working in the GIG economy. Frankly. Because when Shit hits the fan that's when you kind of need to be fair that's when you need to be ready. You could go out and give a thousand new brides and nothing will go wrong. That's very plausible. But things do happen things go wrong and if you're not prepared for some of those situations, I think that you can get into real big trouble whether it's with minors or. You Know College specifically I think that it definitely is valuable service for a lot of those folks in the college age you know or even just a little older going out to bars, and so I think that it's important to kind of use user services responsibly. But at the same time, you know it's great to not drink and drive, but it also shouldn't be an excuse to go out and get completely plastered and have thirty drinks in. One night which you know frankly I I think that there's a lot of positives to Uber and lift. But I think that you could argue there are some negatives like that. Right that if you know you have guaranteed right at the end of the night instead of maybe only having one or two drinks, you're going to go out and drink and have five or ten. So I think just kind of balancing all the positives and negatives is important. Yeah well sad and I do see that a lot I mean I drive mainly only on Friday and Saturday night until the bars close and it's it really is a shit show out there at the end of the night from what I'm seeing and.
"campbell" Discussed on Ringside Toe2Toe Boxing Podcast
"Proposed nothing you will get all Tillerson yes that's that's the thing about you as a look at your purse and he dissect Shays working working out your weaknesses the to see into the zapped and go the other way we don't want to see someone like can just get the because that for me that's the only way this my guess is by take your choice in the Roy just get your thoughts on what you're saying because you've been around watching for a really long time as a matter of you see some of the fought in the world from ringside and why which he would you put one which I think he's a great fighter any might be my full bill him up in my mind Paul VI excuse me very sorry to disturb beyond working for the Sky Sports yes Po Kassebaum here of course needs know each other auction how have you found the experience of this week and how is it watching a fighter like came just continually deliver differences well he's just he's just amazing but a lot of credit to the English kid I mean Campbell is a Gutsy guy he stayed in there are other guys Coloma Janko Campbell on what would you like to see him to see a really thin kind of cheered by the fact that it would appear that you would prefer him to go back down in white really firstly has to we want him to win the fourth lightweight title the unified Freddie wants to do and then we're going to get the best fighters at one twenty six the best fight is at one thirty the best fight is at one thirty five and he's not gonNA limit themselves to one division there's some great fight is at one thirty there's this herring kid fighting marine there's burr shell his tank Davis you know at one thirty and at one twenty six there are a lot of course Stevenson is fighting for a title at one twenty a lot of competition so you know I'm not worried about not being able to get good opponents for Loma are you originally mentally and bringing over to the K. was was a enjoyed it was a good decision pretty big history of bringing good fights to the UK okay so you know when I was a young man in nineteen sixty six I brought Ali over the fight Henry Kupa at all awesome stadium so you know I love I love the vice of the UK the truth is really and I'm not just saying it because I'm talking you the best fight fans in the world of those in the UK the most knowledgeable that really into boxing that was true in one thousand eighteen sixty six when I first started and it's true today I'll let you got to fight for joy to say you'll ever hit so I'll just Fox move white to Monroe handsaw to wonder if ESPN still on that or not on wood and timber sadly would be terrific if we could just get a quick word with them so I on discussing back through the future as few tables if I can negotiate the money cables and why is that we have down the ring saw the ESPN ESPN still now at the moment to find somebody from from team Campbell someone to have a quick chat with from the losing corner buttons side I have kind of emptied out rather quickly and tiny value in an Eddie hearn just wondering in this general direction so just see if I can squeeze in a catch the only way out and they just a quick for the podcast we just by he an interesting verdict actually barry saying that he was slightly disappointed given all the great Z.. Down the eighty expected as from NBC is a difficult man to please is now I wasn't I mean I thought a Campbell made him not quite as another school 'cause water I Campbell Free Rams Myself but I have a story you know I was just still watching college she's talking about it and he's like he does everything certain so he moved back these issues to the body and then next vs on the album for an Uber Hook just doesn't make sense and it was amazing I felt he's gained seventy fans while he's courage vice heart or hanging in Nabet consistently trying to win the but you know we witnessed finish the great so down the old man well need to ask you about the situation at the end of the fought between Charlie Edison Julio Martinez because when it happened in real time I really could few doc id say that he hits him money was clearly down with the finishing shop what was so interesting about it was the the WBZ instant replay they do lock scoring they don't have those two things when it comes in the fight because I respect the tourist agent or the principal people to control the what we then had was Richard soon using the big screen as an instant reply declaring low contest now that's the right decision but the manner in which it was arrived is she all president in the rose racing I might get caught the WBZ rules apply over the boat which is basically the WBZ at the riot too order of a no contest and I think he just made it out that process you know what they would have done what they would have done was they would have gone back to the engines at a meeting and code in concepts but what did you didn't need to have a meeting did you I mean it was like it was the most blatant low blow of ever seen a fire on the floor probably on the news for two seconds before he got punched and listen I feel for Martinez but that moment they might go on to win the fire but would have been a grateful but for me if it's a deliberate foul disqualification a lot of marriage didn't amazing job to rule that he's caught almost revolutionary they took that stones he has the right to do it but he did gently but if he can't gap which he couldn't is it a disqualification when you look at what happened he was very sleep down and Martinez I don't think there's any argument to say that he was made combination he couldn't stop that shot that he can pull found a blame foul on the opponent Conga Apple con-continue the issue is the ref only candidates attempt so in almost situation if the referee would have seen that foul which he really should have bought away on it was one person in the arena that they didn't say said then if I would give him time and then he couldn't continued then I think it's a disqualification but the fact is the only county it's a ten it's very bizarre bizarre but like at the time I was thinking a no contest is the right result then I started talking to ringside and I said now he should be disqualified. yeah I think this is a good time for the race box motor control to bring in instant replay every Avocados doing it but what mercy I was tournament eighties he used himself I said I you know I'm not having this convention not really saying you don't have any other sport does it droopy does a cricket football evolving so fast for in the ways of chain into so much sports signs of the chain and now years ago it was just conventional go Tim Room mate ways now different ways of changing is different everything else evolves so why shouldn't I shouldn't the technical side of the spoils evolve as well really tonight's our set of many either w ABC is the primary organization the wealth it's the only one forces on Dovan within its top fifty it's the only one who doesn't charge female fights sanction amount fights fights it's the only one who goes out there and helps communities and other organizations on people with illnesses it's just by father rest organization so the reason to say that because I've got nothing to do which was quite funding which is very full on Vince McMahon I saw spotty but that's not on I'm not going to go back and wait there I'm GonNa tell you now that is a no contest he's going against his own consuming the Mexican annoys with all sits out and say what did you make of the main offender so you having a chat with on the Russillo show you more than anyone maybe more than annual just better than you and all departments and it's very hard it's intimidating it's exhausting Luke Luke exhausts after around six the Buddy Chester London but then he found a way to carry come back I'm got the job don't so I give him so much cosmetics I didn't think who's going to the belts nights I really didn't so it's a really performance against any other division tonight's each post to a very close decision or these the winner so I just feel sorry for me becomes you've come across the greatest fighter of our generation fully maybe this time it's gone now this boy is the future auction he's a new whole advocate and invasion of boxing he's doing things floyd mayweather never used to do and he's not just doing this Janet even on the east coast so tonight was fantastic Lamont needs often say if I could see if I could drop him there's a few people wanting to wanting to talk to him Tony Belly you is wielded significant influence during dry thanks very much thanks very much for joining us she would just sits away to left hand side at ringside I might give the main defender crave fight the fans got their money worth viewing audience Scott Sports ESPN got their money's worth Luke Campbell left with respect and dignity from the fans and his peers tonight didn't leave with the wind like he wanted to be left with his respect and that's all you can ask for if you're not GonNa get the win I think armed why he is who he is it wasn't easy knife aloma but very rewarding he got three of the four bills in division is one bill to way we'll see what happens Lopez but he found a way to get it done tonight and that's what winners do what I find fascinating about watching him and it's the same for me with Olexander Reuss take is that they just seem to have this ability to bit by bit just turn up the heat till the screw and there were times where he not what you wanted it to be I know because I'm cut from that cloth so I can speak about it that's what he's cut from and that's why he found a way well just slightly digressing on here man but you know family I gotTa Take Care of his family hopefully I'll see them next time would have been fun to have got two of you together thanks very much tim broadly if he could just spurs Nicole civilian career career Janko is probably one of the best fighters ever came across in my whole hosting career manny pack is right there.
"campbell" Discussed on Ringside Toe2Toe Boxing Podcast
"Ladies and gentlemen after twelve rounds of lightweight action we go to the scorecards judges a Ben Wall roussell and Omar Minton both have it when Nineteen to one hundred eight Joel Berry Lane scores at one eighteen to one zero nine all three scorecards go to the winner by unanimous Apo- perhaps the best there is the law welcome everybody to inside time to tell incb passports you exclusively boys school on on the clock onto not bringing you another the night special because by Basilio Magen Co and Luke Campbell has just finished in the ring in front of me Andy Scott still in the ring so to Lama Chen curlew Campbell made his exit away to our left hand side see we're looking to bring you some instant reaction on sat next to me sights on the night against Prequel Byron making his opinions on the screen it was a wide win China called for the performance to be proud because any point allowed Matang coach it's totally dominates the white towards the Crimean really tried to turn up the heat in various stages yeah I mean it was a dominant performance because at times he did tonight and it was oh he was a clear clear went on it doesn't tell the story of the fight you know he made Lama check we talked about concentrate -ation cracker be said something's wrong looks to the casual others not going on but trust me there's a lot going on that what we mean we love Janko number the prime power q was tested Amax cannot be at the top of his guy and he was on and he was a clear with an a you know dominate the point really buddy it does it tell the story of what Luke Campbell put into this fight and Luke Campbell will definitely be Komo champion you know eight bucks anyone other than Chanko either world championship gripe performance from even sued but Oklahoma Championship. Something special to be finally untouchable arguments interested to see what plans to do in future Campbell his part he's unlucky is not that he's in the lightweight division a particular the pay rate at this particular time on moving in white orange increasingly Campbell moving up in well know how he feels around with Sergio Martinez Gov Kimber at the top of the guys capriles pint but you know hours he pushed so close check he stayed in there for the twelve rounds I think it really depends on lumberjack coders he looks like he's GonNa wants to unify the division and its long he stays there but Campbell is a world asphalt around he's around with similar I love Django has moved on hopefully that that he can definitely below champion all exam surfing the ring as well plenty of people in the ring it's it's amazing when you watch the end of a fight jubilation in the winning corner all smiles everybody just calm if I wanted to take part in it for the loser while they vacated they are long long gone so I'll just move a little bit further over right hand side with the poetry type just pulling on a not a quick nudge and see if I could get insofar thoughts on the fight for mutually for the the far north podcast and I mean it's a tough one for Campbell isn't it because I did not choose could realistically expect not to do that's coming on any other night tonight luke against any other opponent tonight Luke Campbell would have been a world champion he's he fought that well tonight he kept himself in the fight in every single round he was losing rounds consistently but he was forcing woman changle to earn every single round wasn't giving any freebies do a lot of his opponents where they get mentally beaten Liu kept bleeping it himself remain dangerous around Yeslam which angle won the majority of the rounds but he had to literally earn all of them it does just get better and better Ukrainian now he's he's what he is and he's always been amazing and he looked amazing tonight but I tell you Campbell didn't do himself at the service just a quick question on a pretty extraordinary situation in earlier on between Charlie Edwards and Julio Martinez we saw Maurizio Seulimun used to be green as an instant replay and call a no contest now I don't think there's any doubt that that is the correct overruled decision but as for how it was reached it sets a bizarre President Donald does but honestly this would have been reviewed by the WBZ anyway and it would have been an that's next week if it if it would have been bizarre if he would have turned it around and call it a disqualification win for Edwards what he called it would have been called anyway in a few days this would have been overturned uncalled contest if you would have overturned on the spot and called it a disqualification win for Edwards then I'd say okay it was bizarre basically Maria just sped up the process of what would have happened anyway a few days and this would have been called a no contest when a few days wants WBZ reviewed it it was so obvious and he just said you know what the heck with it I'm going to just overturn right now because so obvious but Poli thanks always good to see you just having a little scouts around and singer who might be able to pick up a quick word with the ESPN now just up in the ring speaking to facilitate an disclaimers up there as well a few fighters away so I left hand side so I just have a little skirt around the periphery of the Rink David Allan Allan actually interviewed he's going to send the action tonight this is for the forty nine podcast by the way you're looking at least eight confused because I didn't make any kind of introduction disbarred stover but it's a pleasure watching someone like Lama Chen Cowan's it's a thankless task exactly fighting but assigned to pull him out ninety difficult to really think of how Campbell could have done anymore I was fine on subsidies to I said this is the greatest violator of flesh is effortless the word of I was looking for and I found eventually was effortless everything he does is just is balanced exceptional he makes he makes no mistakes he must be so into Faez he's not really alive way you know he's a he's a super featherweight and he just be a real big real big Williams and he made it look easy is the best part of generation wouldn't say part of the whole time the things he does things that memo only dream of the effortlessly lots absolutely fat dive always good to say could action before too long or do you believe so just again describe it can through these sites is ring Sada's this is anybody just round to this saw the radio I could just catch a quick word with quite a little people of okay did ready and was thinking Montvale to run into George groves so until she taylor life already gone by stage with with a man with thoughts it with their friends was it gets a little move down here failed to catch on it's wearing Barry hearn and Barney Francis they've called well up onto saute what did you make of that I listen it was a pleasure to watch it may I thought it was too high class high quality scope Baya's join I I'll tell you a brilliant Luke Luke Company self employed a really gave me a good girl was I predict before on I thought it was going to go points credit to lose a ballet and his high any size and and that was always a problem for getting chills off that it was it was found the opening round kind of fascinating because not really very much happened at all hardly anything was being landed but wet this level at this level if anybody thinks I can just walk forward and throw a combination working what you do when he triggers you when he signed the fans what do you do and that's where where it comes from attack from after his figured you out and you know it takes it takes around for them to do that and he goes out it's going to work well the talk if they may be dropping back to see further to box Pacelli or Inoue is also mentioned by by Baron I think personally I would prefer against guys that are just too big for him lie ways all too big but he's still winning you know he's he's a he's a super featherweight that you said he can do other ways so I would rather have him go down and do those two divisions take on all comers and cement is like I say those words he's already making the final bell unified it this way and then go down I'm just going to need to my right hand side and see a fucking bulging Aaron Barry overseeing the second coming of someone spectacular I'm quite honestly disappointed male bit although technically on the vai although he was a Greig Vodka he's not yet ready in my view to be considered as one of the great spy some distance alcon talk about Hagler hearns Leonard Gironde my weather Ah Sankoh yet I need to see more I needed to see him finish job and I didn't say that I saw him coast a bit too much as I say I'm being disrespectful I do believe he's a great fighter but when we talk about we tend to build stalls up so quickly more selective and if you go into that higher echelon of price to my mind tonight he didn't actually before with that level you've been out this long long time when you've seen a lot of Autism Cajun itself and the the mystique around getting someone like him over here I am goes I mean she'll this week you have to take into context at box in China in this country I lost few years these are not necessarily to traditional five fans that come this is an occasion I spotting Asian so it's very good for Baltic widens those people that come along and support misspoke and of course with a high in the bill of seeing someone who's going to be I- Memory Mica you know I've seen matching cow in the same way people talk now about I saw Ali or I saw Tyson Chen carries we create in that top of feeling that you're actually saying something really special on the one side might meet Jimmy disappoint vs performance on the other side folks in because it does create that special occasion where people will travel and I will come again to support this boat I mean boxing in this country is on a talk record hallway and the fires are getting the benefit over and we're seeing some great voice and we get the opportunity to bring styles Janko over years ago we would never grabbed firepower to bring so much to the UK never he would be in America and he would never come out today he's come full of very good Luke Campbell gain Oh Campbell which again slightly disagree with the scorecards I thought it was faltering wide long chain Guy Whittingham by four or five Bob it was competitive signed the paper like value for money which is the greatest testimony of all ages in smoke willpower thanks very much for giving us a couple of minutes you talk about her precisely in a lot of boxing down the as and just leaving away to my rights hair and Pope.
"campbell" Discussed on Albert Campbell with Wellfound
"When did you get into the military what your whole life teen nineteen. Is this the army the marines no air for air force you wanna fly or did you know no no not like that at all to do it will run the in my <hes> father was <hes> a work for roulston elsa bring no which is you know capital all that purina yeah interesting yeah eh but eventually their headquarters in saint louis and <hes> and so we moved to saint louis and during world war two at the end and <hes> and so <hes> and i went to high school their own your high school i wanted to go to college and all of them. I decided to oren got this idea. I decided that i would do would be to get a sort of the van truck and and get all the welding and machine equipment tools and and then go round two farms and flicked up for the good you know well and and all of that for sure well that was okay uh-huh <unk> dad's arrived he kinda one college <hes> so <hes> he should willis soloist. Let's go visit some colleges you know once he would so in agriculture i really didn't have agricultural background really and so we went to kinda state which is agriculture culture college and then we went to oklahoma state and we'll have to preserve of course the university went to oklahoma state and <hes> that was gonna need. I like that that <hes> they said well. We say that <hes> you ought to get more agricultural. Experience is going to major in it so so there's <hes> i think you could find a job and get all kinds onto experience at panhandle a._m. Oklahoma's school out in the pan handle a <hes> diamond oakland noura garmin oklaho- timing so anyway. That's what happened. I graduated waited and then as soon as i graduated i went out there to west france this summer. They're working on on this farm. We'll get everything everything you think of chickens cows plowing planting everything i was kind of neat and there's a lot of story behind that they really out of the program they everything they harvested pretty much go into the freezer and that they could save that would lead to students and it was cheap really neat nap l. anyway the latter part of june komo date now with the korean war started and the north grandjean beta child korea and <hes> there was a sued americans. They're not many weird occupied that we read it. 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It was the motor fool because i'd have on volley experience so anyway okay then then i met a girl at the university and to forty nine year old realm but how when you're nineteen eighteen yeah so i volunteered regret career when they sent a arrived there and oh royalty under bark mark okay is that in one thousand nine hundred fifty one nine hundred scared. Were you scared oh now like anything stupid over a long time but anyway they sent <hes> k fourteen which is kim po which is garth less than solely on deemed tempo and airbase was built by the japanese and <hes> we had had just occupied and <hes> or we you know because over and they had moved out of your chinese left you're in after after the end of march so the work of deng cleaned it up and and so <hes> eleven months they're mostly my job was to <hes> ron equipment but <hes> well twenty eight months looked after the we have three generators that ran they were what they call murphy's rattler electric city for area. I was attached to a australian okay and and they and so these these three generator from that's why i did it for three months. While is a problem what happened was that at the end of world war two. You had a lot of g._i.'s been you know we're got into the national guard and reserves all that the time everybody who is anybody had some kind of rancor stamps are masters all the and <hes> he's got. Not you know they're not going to do our right so i got her first night about probably in the afternoon sometime and the that that's another story. I just go on forever anyhow route. Oh prostrate talk today and they don't mean to they survey said what is this. We were living in a college town <hes> they're. 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He was three strokes anyway. <hes> that was that part of the experience jordan every but really you know i would <hes> then then we had the interesting telling somebody the other day i guess last week tone talking to my daughter about that we would our pledge to worse clothes really and all you could you could send them out goups job to the locals and sometimes you get back sometimes you would you know the so we have the pick all the eighth yo which got free free postage jong had a a container made of fiberglass girls hard art and had strapped around it and so i would take my clothes and i put it in there and i said mother her. Okay take about two weeks. That's awesome if i sent my yeah so that was thank you all a castro strike. We'll see more fair what they were flon. 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"campbell" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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"campbell" Discussed on Brain Science with Ginger Campbell, MD: Neuroscience for Everyone
"Agusan great news is now possible to get your premium subscription via pay pal or your credit card the premiums subscription allows you to access all episodes of brain science including about six years of content recorded before two thousand and thirteen and all episode transcripts a great way to access premium and free content is through the free brain science mobile app which is available for ios android and windows phone you'll find it in your favorite app store to learn more about premium go to brain science podcasts dot com brain science the podcast that explores how recent discoveries in urus is are helping unravel the mystery of how our brains make us human i'm your host dr ginger campbell and this is episode one forty five you will find complete show notes and episode transcripts at brain science podcasts dot com last month we talked with dr angela free to ritchie about the brain and language and this month we will talk with dr maryanne wolf about how our brains change when we learn to read there's a very important difference between language and reading language comes naturally as long as we are exposed to it during the critical period early in life but reading and writing our cultural inventions this is an idea i i explained way back in episode twenty four when i discussed dr wolf's book proust's in the squid the story and science of the reading brain in the early days of this podcast it was common for me to discuss a book and then have the author come on the show for a follow up conversation thus i actually interviewed dr wolf in episode twenty nine then last summer i returned to the science of reading in episode one thirty six where i discussed language at the speed of site by dr mark seidenberg i was unable to reach dr seidenberg to invite him on the show but reading his book prompted me to reach out to dr wolf and i discovered that she had written another book called tales of literacy for the twenty first century since then we've been trying to get together and i'm glad that we were finally able to record today's interview before we get into the interview i do want to give you an update about my facebook live efforts this month's effort was aborted due to technical difficulties and i want to.
"campbell" Discussed on World Cafe
"That really in beautiful artistic ways tell the story of your your dad's journey really on this album there are no songs about family or about your dad but you did write a beautiful song about your dad is called remembering in the song remembering you say bone for bone we are the same in in what ways specifically are you like your father glen campbell oh man i'm pretty bad about self reflection bone for bone wear the same it just you know it's kind of blood of my blood like we're in this together and it's your is much as i'm your responsibility your my responsibility and that's kinda what the song's about is that that cross crossover point you know i feel like it's two ships passing where your parents take care of you and then it's your privilege to take care of your parents you were relatively young when your dad was diagnosed with outsiders and he was relatively young as well and of course glen campbell one of the great heartthrobs of country music one of the great swamp souls of country music how did you as a family negotiate that that transition given especially i think given his images this ideal man in some ways well the decision to go forward and announce his condition to his fans and and continue to tour was all him and i kinda just was like whatever you wanna do i'll support you do you have a favorite memory ashley musical memory of when you were working with your dad.