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San Diego City Council Approves $15M Rent Relief Program, Extends Eviction Moratorium
"Renters impacted by the pandemic, breathing a sigh of relief. For now, the City Council voted 54 to extend the city's moratorium on commercial and residential evictions until the end of September. It prohibits landlords from evicting renters in small businesses that are unable to cover their rent or Lease payments due to financial hardship from the outbreak. This renter tells reporting partner 10 news Many were friends don't know how they're going to make their bills and this will help people feel like they're being forced to go back to work. And they don't feel safe in doing so. Councilmembers. Georgia Gomez, Monica Montgomery, Jennifer Campbell, Chris Ward and Vivian Marino voted in favour. Barbara Bree, Mark Mark Cursi, Scott Sherman and Chris Kate voted No.
Judge in George Floyd case tells attorneys, officials, and family to limit public statements
"Pretrial Publicity's is on the minds of everyone in Minneapolis. The judge's warning that he's likely to move the trials of four police officers charged in Floyd State floor in George Floyd's death out of Minneapolis and public officials and attorneys continues speaking out about the case. Reporter Josh I'm Josh Campbell has the latest from the Hennepin County Courthouse. One of the attorneys actually said that made an accusation against the attorney for the family of George Floyd, saying that he was leaking information that was presented to him from the state's attorney general. The judge admonishing everyone in this case, saying that enough with the public comments that he wants this court is trial tried in court. He wants to see motions and pleadings, not press statements as it relates to these defendants and the members of the government, although he did not issue a formal Dag order, in addition to possibly changing the venue, moving the trial elsewhere. It's not clear on whether the officers will be tried together or separately. Drugs set a tentative trial date March 8th for the four former police officers charged in the death of George
Boston City Council passes budget in tight vote
"Councillors Pass a budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1st, here's W. B C's Carl Stevens. For those who voted yes, and those who voted no on the merits proposed budget. This was not easy. It was emotional. Counselor Andrea Campbell said the budget doesn't address racial inequities, and she called on her colleagues to send a message with a no vote could send a strong message to the American administration. But a timid response to the organizing and calls
Former FSU Football Player Wants University Stadium Renamed
"A former Florida state football players leading the drive to rename the university's stadium asserting that petition that the man it's named for Doak Campbell was a segregationist Kendrick Scott a linebacker for the school from nineteen ninety one to ninety four once Campbell's name removed
"Welcome to daily discussions on your heart is a Karasin Today on the show? We have Leandro get her to pronounce his surname light because that's difficult for me, before we get started a liked acknowledge that judicial landowners whose Land Brew Code, which is the wrong people of the Kulin nation so welcome to the shy, Leandra. Thank you. Thanks for having may is act. Now before we started. Can you please pronounce your surname? His name is Leandra in Mycenaean. Is GEICO MONGOL? It's pretty much fanatical, said a gay. Come on up. Yeah well as it sounds. And where is your mom and is that surname related to? Say I am a yellow woman from northeast Omland in my family older around million can be. My sister lives in roaming getting. I'm said Oh my mobile from there. I'm I'm the. Papal so that's my language group and. Yeah my my last name is a human name my. Name is Leandra, Jewelry Gift Mungo. Your right, yeah, bitter mouth! Jeff the rat on old documents for government stuff. Semi Medicare. Cod is like just one like this nice space like it's all just. You old lettuce on kind of. Whenever I've been pulled over. I guess You know random bobby. Tayo at UVA. People who. Look Bank. People always like what is that from from like? I just this country. Regional. Yeah. Young Lou. Famous? Generally people without the mole is will gross young. Yeah, so he's young woman. then a way to put me on the spot and I'm gonNA. Go Blank then of. Beautiful Magnolia. And then there is. one of our swimmers named after Rodway Hicks, Yup, and then there is. David Google. ACT UP. There are. Not Let me. Let me. And so we'll get to your living. Baker play. Banca boys brought. Claiming Baker Boys. Rats! Tonight just. So that's awesome, and so you grew up on country or did you grow of country or where best serve the fast? He is my life. Yes, I was born in Nulla, Mboya Guards, NS. Chris couple years yet I grabbed them country and then moved away. Sydney lived in Cape York for a little while Hammer. Throw a little while, and then yes, settled in woolen garments. White, said Hey. Yeah. Yeah sometimes I am. Did that confused with town? So when people say Cape York I think Capetown for some reason that it sounds like every. Interesting. so you went to Sydney? What I do sort of move across the Sydney again. So I think it was about. Three or four? Then we moved to Willin Gong for a little bit. MOMS wrecking while and then moved up yet. kept lived in Cullen a few years. And then from there to camera for a couple of years and then which was. Unite Complete different last Dosso in Kirkland. Coming home for lodge didn't wish as a school uniform. And then went straight to icy, cold camera and I was like. What is of this? Army went to Campbell Shales like Oh this is camera you know is not what I expected. And so being away from country were able to keep language, tax or young lewd language is yes I'm not I'm not I'm not fluent, but I do understand some language and yet definitely so I'm one of seven I'm the baby of seven kids and. Yes I definitely unit still strong connections to talk time with my family, and from yeah, we just got back from a trip. Thing yet. Backup harm, which is sir, good? it was a bit crazy because everything going on, but it was yeah, it was good. Yeah, was it Rahm while we're talking about on country was any cases. Up In a land that bowl. What was? The response coronavirus. Yeah It was actually. Once, you were said that was all buyers. Security laws say obviously we had to quarantine because we crossed the border, and that was something that new but we will going for family. Reasons was essential traveled
New York City Protests Over Death of George Floyd Turn Violent
"And and I I to to protests protests and and violence violence in in Brooklyn Brooklyn across across the the nation nation what what began began as as peaceful peaceful demonstrations demonstrations in in the the hours hours after after the the arrest arrest of of a a former former Minneapolis police officer in the murder of George Floyd exploded in violence and looting as the night wore on in Brooklyn huge protests turned violent a police van set on fire a Molotov cocktail thrown in another one officer was hit with a brick scores of others hurt dozens possibly hundreds of people arrested attend several hours for police here around the Barclay center thousands of people filled with emotion flooded the streets the people people here held up signs and chanted and shouted at police as he tried to maintain control there were numerous moments of violence between police and protesters protesters threw water bottles and other objects at police and police pushed back at times some cops were injured as well as some protesters Sean Campbell from the Bronx says people here are upset after the police involved death of George Floyd hi this is already been started out violent Iritty started a violent so at this point people just vote in an angry so police made dozens of arrests filling up police vans corrections buses and MTA buses Derrius Rodgers ten ten wins at the Barclay center
"Welcome back to another five minutes in Church history for this episode. I am sitting here with a book in my hand. It is J. Gresham Megan's the origin of Paul's religion. It was first published in nineteen twenty one and that was when it was copyrighted. And this edition. Looks like it's from nineteen twenty five and autographed. It says with warm regards. Day Gresham Megyn October. Six Nine thousand nine hundred twenty seven. He gave it to George Fisher and George Fisher. Meticulously underlined and put in margin notes throughout this whole book. Sometimes you find books with notes and they stop after the first chapter to these notes. Go all the way through. Well that's the particular book but let's talk about this book Paul's religion. This book originated in lectures. In fact. There's a page here at the beginning that says the James Sprint lectures in nineteen eleven Mr James Sprint of Wilmington North Carolina gave to the Trustees of union theological seminary in Virginia. The some of thirty thousand dollars since increased by his generosity to fifty thousand dollars and it goes on to say that the purpose of that money was to set up a lectureship and in nineteen twenty two twenty one the lectures the sprint lectures were given by the Reverend. Dr John Grissom the year before the lectures were given by G Campbell. Morgan from London. The Great London pastor and the year after making the lectures were given by none other than the honorable William Jennings Bryan the nineteen twenty one thousand nine hundred ninety two lectures just three years before Brian would get into that courtroom in Dayton Tennessee. Well let's talk about mentions sprint lectures. He gave it the title the origin of Paul's religion there were actually three views floating around testament scholarship of the origin of Christianity. You see these New Testament scholars. German English turn of the nineteenth into the twentieth century. Made a distinction between the Jesus of the Gospels and the religion of Paul and they saw Jesus as one who talked about behavior ethics and made religion essentially how we live. Paul's the great systematize her and turned all of those systems of behavior into belief codes that you had to believe. And so that was the argument there was the Jesus of the Gospels the religion of Paul. And so where did? Paul's religion come from while German scholar Adolf von Harnack argued. That Paul was not a foundation not building on a foundation of the Gospels but was his own sort of mix off of the gospels. Harnack did not like Paul. He didn't like John Either. He only liked this synoptic gospels and then not even all of them and he certainly didn't like things like the Apostles Creed Harnack said Paul Deified Christ and turned him into somebody that Christ never claimed to be. There was also the German scholar of Rada and he said that Paul founded the Christian religion on certain Jewish elements from the enter testament period. But certainly not from Jesus and then there was another scholar boo set. And he said Oh wasn't founded on Judaism at all. Paul founded his religion on the Greek Pagan religions. Well Megan did not agree with that at all. An in this very scholarly book which was about three hundred pages when it was done. Amazing wanted it to be five hundred pages but the publisher said No. That's too much But in this very scholarly book Mason makes the case that the origin of Paul's religion is from Jesus himself the very end. This is what made us Paulin. Ism was not a philosophy. It was not a set of directions for escape from the misery of the world was not an account of what had always been true on the contrary it was an account of something that had happened and what had happened was the death and resurrection of Jesus. Megan says this he loved me and gave himself for me. There lies the basis of the religion of Paul. There lies the basis of all of Christianity. Well that's Mason on Paul's religion and I'm Steven. Thanks for joining us for five minutes in Church history
"Today's fearless. Woman is both a maverick and a legend a national heroine in Israel. She parachuted into enemy territory to liberate Jews during the Holocaust looking death in the eye. Let's talk about Hannah said Nash Hanis. Ns was born in nineteen twenty one budapest Hungary the daughter of an author and a journalist. Honecker up in a literary household she routinely kept journals of her own from H. Thirteen right up to her death in the nineteen thirties as antisemitic sentiments were burgeoning and Budapest. Hana was drawn design scientist activities and in nineteen thirty nine. She left Hungary for what was then. Palestine there she. I attended an agricultural school and eventually settled at kibbutz. Yom where she wrote poetry and a play about life on the kibbutz in nineteen forty three at the height of World War Two. Hana enlisted with the British army in volunteered to be a paratrooper. The mission was to help the allied forces establish contact with resistance fighters in Europe. Were also working to help the Jews. Hana trained in Egypt and was one of only thirty three people chosen to parachute behind enemy lines in March of nineteen forty four. Hana parachuted into Yugoslavia and began working with the Yugoslav partisans. A Communist led resistance the access powers. The partisans were considered among Europe's most effective anti Nazi resistance groups Hana's Fervor and passion for the movement or captured in her poem. Last is the match. But she wrote during her time in Yugoslavia. After three months with the partisans on across into hungry in June of nineteen forty four at the height of deportation for Hungary's Jews with the goal of reaching her native Budapest. She didn't make it Hana was quickly picked up by the Hungarian police who were faithful to the Nazi party. Despite being repeatedly torture Hana declined to give up information pertaining to her mission. Even when the police threatened to harm Hana's own mother she held steadfast and her resistance and refused to cooperate during Hana's trial October of nineteen forty four. She didn't appeal for mercy and instead defended her actions at every turn on November seventh nineteen forty four. Hana was ordered to be executed by firing squad in the moments leading up to her that she refused a blindfold that was offered to her. Instead choosing to stare squarely into the eyes of per excecutioner. She was only twenty three years old. After her execution a poem was found in Hana's sell it read one two three eight feet long to strides apart. The rest is dark. Life is fleeting question. Mark one-two-three maybe another week or the next month may still find me here but death I feel is very near. I could have been twenty three next July i Campbell on what mattered. Most the dice were cast. I lost Hana's life was brief but her impact. On the world lasted long pastor untimely death her diary and poems were published posthumously and several of her poems have been set to music in one thousand nine hundred fifty Hamas remains were brought to Jerusalem and reinterred at the military cemetery on Mount Herzl to this day. Hana remains a symbol of self sacrifice idealism in the face of dire circumstance.
Miami - SpaceX’s 1st Astronaut Launch Could Be Delayed Over Stormy Weather
"York the first astronaut launch in nearly a decade a set for NASA's Kennedy Space Space Center this week down in Florida here's ABC's UT Honda with more details on the launch will be the first time a private company is sending astronauts into space the astronauts of SpaceX could also launch a new trend this Wednesday the space suit sculling Tesla's and sleek rocket ship are all white with black trim color coordinating courtesy of founder Ilan musk astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Campbell right a Tesla model acts to NASA's Kennedy Space Center for the SpaceX dragon attached to a falcon nine rocket at liftoff in style weather permitting you too Hon
T. Colin Campbell, PhD - T is for 'Trailblazer'
"My guest today is one of the great trailblazers in the plant based space in fact he coined the term based over thirty years ago. His name is t Colin Campbell. Of course you know him from his book that is sold over three million copies. The China's study. You know him from the documentary forks over knives and many of you from his repeat visits to our annual event plans stock for the past sixty five years. He's been a courageous true seeker. An unapologetic truth teller and today's episode of the plant. Strong podcast we talk about his definition of nutrition. What exactly is protein? Which is better animal protein or plant based protein? How much fat she. Ideally have in our diet and we talk about two recently released articles that Colin wrote which speak to his revolutionary idea that the best defense against covert nineteen is. What is on the end of your fork? In fact not only as a whole foods plant based diet the best cautionary measure that we can take. It's also the most responsible to protect to strain on the hospital system. Our global environment and the food supply chain which as you know has been severely compromised much to the shameful detriment of the workers and the animals. The links to these two articles are in the show notes at plant strong PODCAST DOT COM. But for now take the next hour and absorb this rich information from my friend and mentor. T Colin Campbell. T Colin Campbell. I want to welcome you to the plant strong podcast. Jeez I think the last time that I saw you. Colin was on the Holistic holiday at the crews Gosh I think it was February. Twenty seventh right before cove nineteen hit us. Hard young was wonder that we work on one of those scholarships. No it really was and in this cruiseliner that we were on was an Italian cruise liner. Right now yeah yeah. What a Well what what a time that was so I would love to start out by saying and I WANNA boomerang around in and get to this subject but you recently have written two different articles both about Kobe. Nineteen and how nutrition may be our best defense against over nineteen which is kind of a a novel idea. But if it's okay with you before we we can tackle. That would like to do is kind of revisit and start with some of the kind of nutrition basics a little bit. Because I think that's show many people don't know some of the stuff some of the really revolutionary stuff that you did in in the China Study Joe. I'd like to talk a little bit about that. If you're okay with that sure I before I do. He Colin Campbell. What does the tea stand for Thomas? Thomas and your son is Thomas. I got two sons Thomas. This you're on weird and my father's name was Thomas also okay and so tell me. So why is the tea? Why is it? Why is it not Colin t Campbell? Wise IT T- Column Roma fozzard immigrant. And he's from the Campbell clan as you may know from Scotland essentially and for long centuries of the name Colin was always the first name given to the oldest child in the Campbell clan. And so I was the first child to be born and my dad wanted me to be named collar. Or but he wasn't there I was born. He saw the doctor gave around to put the name. Down my dad. He said there should be three names. My Mom said okay. Put put my dad's name. I never was not exactly what he wanted so I stuck with her column. That kept the T. While I well I this yeah well. It's so unique now you you have been kind of one of these trail-blazing researchers now for over sixty five years And you've just you've done some amazing stuff to basically go against the status quo and buck the trends. What what do you think is giving you the courage to go after the truth with such kind of like was such intensity well. There's one very practical reason namely I had the academic tenure which is really become a very very strong feelings about that. I got tenure when I was only in my thirties fairly I so I had all these years Davin. Intern is guaranteed by Tenure I can freedom of guarantee but tenure and his precious is precious. Had I not had that kind of academic freedom or tenure wilt have not have ed tenure. I would be sitting here talking to you now and Horton. But the but the part of it that I get really exercised about is the fact that tenure in American universities has been declining intentionally so now for decades and it's almost a deployment now at almost doesn't exist for person unless they you know at the senior level full professor tenure that sort of stuff they look. There's only not in two thousand eleven. Twenty nine percent of the faculty were senior senior professors. Let's say full professors and academic as I was one of the nine percent that was eleven. I've done this right now. Can't be more than what it is two or three percent so what that what that means for. Country Rep is that is shutting people down. Who are expected to be telling the truth And my dad was very particular about that. You tell the truth the whole truth. Nothing but the truth so it was a combination of my dad's background his advice. And the tenure.
Turning Social Isolation Into a Creative Outlet With Martha Alderson
"This is Paula Phelps. And this week we are going to tap into our creative side. Using our creativity is a proven way to increase our personal well-being. It can put you in a positive mood and that starts an UPWARD SPIRAL. That makes you feel more creative. And thereby further increases your happiness for somehow life creeps in and takes over the time. We'd love to spend exploring creatively before we know it. We feel like we've lost touch with our creative side entirely. This week's guest is an expert in tapping into creativity. Martha Alderson is an author who also works with bestselling authors Hollywood directors artists and performers all over the world to help them find their creativity. Now you can try this at home. Her New workbook boundless. Creativity is a one month exploration into your creative side. So let's hear what Martha has to say about it. Martha welcome to live happy. Now thank you for inviting me. I'm thrilled to be here. This is such a great work book that you've written for us. And what a great time for us to work on our creativity. It seems like it. I know that a lot of people are under enormous stress for all sorts of reasons because of the virus but if people do have free time and they're looking fill it creatively. I think by going through the program in the workbook. It's just a great way to let go of. That's happening around us. All the news all the problems of the world and just sink into your creativity and into really your spirit sh and who you are at your core beyond all the material things the problems and everything else so. I think it would be a great place for people to spend some time. We'll obviously when you wrote it. He didn't say hey. I think everyone's going to have a couple of months you know. So what was your decision behind writing it in the first place? Well I been a plot consultant for about thirty years for riders every story whether it's a memoir scream player. A novel has to have a plot and I'm passionate about empowering women's voices and women traditionally have had a lot of trouble with plot because it's a very linear logical progression and of Women. Writers are highly creative somewhat disorganized and are very interested in character development. But they don't really get plot in so. I just became passionate about teaching everybody but it seemed like it turned out to be the majority of women and then in doing that. It soon evolved into working with all kinds of creative people because what I found is we're all sort of on the same universal path. It's a universal story. That has certain markers in them that we pass through along the way. And what I found is that it's great when you're in the creative muse and everything's flowing in your feeling that euphoria of feeling like a conduit or a medium for the creative news to come through you. But at some point we stumble and all of a ten. We read over what we wrote. Are we look at the painting we painted and think? Oh my gosh you know. It's not what I thought it was going to be. And we started to doubt ourselves and self sabotage come up with sorts of reasons why we should put the project aside or give up or whatever and this is especially true for anyone who has perhaps suffered what. I call a backstory wound. Which is something that has traumatized them? In some way you know it can be a divorce or apparently being when you're a child or some kind of abuse or whatever and that really influences what we say to ourselves about our worthiness in our capabilities and our potential and that really interferes with the creative flow. All of a sudden that flow is stymied and our spirits. Can't really get through to be able to give us the support and the encouragement that we deserve. I wanted to write a workbook to be able to help people to become unblocked it to be able to get rid of all this self doubt and insecurities and unworthiness and to really live a life of passion and excitement and happiness joy and that really is something that I'm devoted to and with this workbook. You really prepare us for what we're going to do. It does such a wonderful job of asking these deep thoughtful questioned. Where did that come from over the course of time? Did you develop that? These are the questions that are going to help drive us into our creative selves. Well I think it's just sort of evolved over the last thirty years or so probably my whole life to tell you the truth but when I came up with the idea of the universal story I had a really hard time bringing it down to the concrete was very cereal and spiritual in all of that but once I started writing more about it and seeing these parts you know the beginning the middle and the end it really correlates with the Hero's journey that Joseph Campbell came up with but I take it a step further and called the universal story because I see it in not just what we move through as humans on our human path but nature you know the seasons of the year the moon cycles plants growth animal cycles. All these things have the same beginning middles and ends. And if you're aware of where you are on that journey and what's expected of you. It just makes the journey easier.
First Steps In Setting Up a YouTube Channel
"Youtube is an incredibly powerful place to market your business but it's also a very crowded place over three hundred hours of video. Is uploaded every minute on Youtube? Nearly five billion videos are on Youtube that you need to compete with but don't fear there's a way to stand out there's a way to carve your niche and be heard. Luckily you do the search engine so when people type in the keywords that they're looking for say for example you are a copywriter teach people how to write gray copy so when somebody searches copywriting for beginners. Your videos show up so let's go step by step before even go to youtube. We gotta establish what type of videos are we going to publish? This is like the pre-production face you've got to plan your content. What type of content are we talking about interviews? Are we talking about talking head videos? Are you talking about parodies? Are going to be using comedy. Is it a single person on the videos or as tandem? What's the format of your videos or you can even call it a show. One of my favorite youtube shows is pricing page. Tear downs by profes- wellness. This is by Patrick. Campbell also has his co worker one of his team members on the show and it's two people and they're discussing different pricing pages and they're tearing them down. There has some screen sharing. They're talking in a studio kind of situation so that's all preplanned before him. They actually say. This is the format of videos now. You may not want to do that. You might want to just have a talking head video you just talking straight to a camera giving instructions that you have be role in your giving examples and you might break it up with some screen sharing but you need to decide now what type of videos what format you're going to have on your channel. Why because you're going to develop a style and people are going to resonate with that style. They're gonNA see a consistent way. You're delivering videos if you have competitors in your marketplace. Take a look if they have youtube channels. I'm not saying look at what they do. So you can copy them. Just look at it. As a see what choices they made you could see some examples and you make your own choices in terms of what kind of news you want to produce next. Let's talk about equipment. What are you actually need to shoot? Great videos now. You can obviously spend a ton on this type of equipment. Get Your Disa- lar- camera like a cannon five D or something like that get some expensive lighting and some background and it's up your whole studio and you could do that or some very successful youtube channels where there's literally just sitting at their desk using a high quality. Webcam and a great Mike. There are ones that are very successful. That don't even use a camera. They're doing screen share some. Don't even use that and use animation. They get an animator involve and they voice over animation one of my favorites is CPG PG gray so depending on the type of show or a kind of content you're going to be producing this will dictate the equipment you need so maybe you don't need
Georgia's Reopening Has Been 'A Disaster' For Some Retailers Desperate For Revenue
"Republican Georgia governor. Brian Campbell is one of the first to declare a state ready to really open for business and less than two weeks later. The results are not good. Ceo of an axe throwing lar- told the local business journal a few days ago that the reopening weekend was a disaster. We had to customers all weekend. And although malls are open they are mostly deserted. People are not rushing back into economic activity. The reason that's obvious it's because of the virus is still. They're still very present threat and there are already signs that in some parts of Georgia things are actually accelerating getting worse. In fact governor kept himself came out yesterday and warned about a growing outbreak in northeast Georgia in an area synonymous with Georgia's large poultry industry quickly. Becoming one of the States. Most affected areas joining me. Now the woman who ran against Brian Cap for Georgia of the governor of Georgia's Stacey Abrams. She also heads up. The southern economic advancement project was helping to alleviate the financial stress that so many are facing amid the pandemic. And let me start on on that question. Stacey it's great to have you tonight in terms of thinking about the sort of economic pain here. I mean when people talk about wanting to reopen. I think that what they're saying is this is terrible. That people unemployed. They don't have money they can make rent. We've seen food insecurity. Go up like how do you think about cushioning that blow or dealing with that problem as we fight the virus? I? It's a legitimate concern. But it has to be prioritized with actually having an economy and having consumers to participate south has the highest poverty rate one of the highest unemployment rates one of the lowest insurance rates and we also see some of the highest death rates and the highest infection rates. We do not have the public health infrastructure to reopen Georgia or any of the southern states. But we're also seeing the most vulnerable populations being forced back into production. Those poultry workers are not workers who are making lots of money. These are folks who have no choice but to go back to work particularly because the president trump's actions left week and those who are being infected not necessarily have access to Medicaid or to any health. If they need to be treated what do you think about the economic effects of this decision by Governor Camp? Right so I mean the idea. Is that you open up and then you can get the economy going but the early signs in your state which is really kind of sort of a pilot here is that people. Don't rush out to go do stuff they were doing before. Just because the governor said you're open for business. Georgia's a cautionary tale to every other state. That's thinking about reopening first of all. We've SEEN OUR RATE SKYROCKET BY FORTY PERCENT. Since the announced reopening the soft relaunched moving into now the near full reopening we seen our rates of infection jump to thirty thousand or death rate is around thirteen hundred. We remain one of the top states for the infection. And we're still very low on the rate of testing. There is no correlation between reopening the state and actually restarting the economy because there are no people who can take advantage of this reopening except for the workers who are being forced to risk their lives. And as you said earlier we're watching concrete issue with food insecurity rising because the south tends to have the lowest public benefits and so people who are already vulnerable already on the edge being shoved over. And there's no real relief coming from the State. There's this this false notion that if we reopen the economy everything will work out and that's just not true.
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7 Tools That Will Help Push Through Tough Times
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Spotify continues to gain on Apple: even in California
"The latest from our news at Pod News Dot net spotify is continuing to increase. Its hold on casting. In February spotify was more popular than apple podcasts. In Apple's home state of California that's according to new data from Fox Nest. Spotify is also continuing to shake apple in many countries including Ireland and Australia. According to the data and if you're interested based on global listeners and devices over the last sixty days pot news podcast. That's this you're listening to right. Now is fifty four percents apple. Forty six percents spotify says close. Pederson Research. Npr have released their smart audio report. Showing how smart speak is being used. Podcast get mentioned in the report by name that typically not listen to on spont- speakers to the data does show an increase in people who want the news from their smart speaker particularly over recent weeks forecast equipment manufacturer road have announced. The return of my road cast and annual podcasting competition. We're not one hundred and fifty thousand dollars worth of broadcasting gear. You've got until mid June to enter. It looks like the Apple. Go slow issue that we reported on earlier. This week has been fixed. Apples second quarter results show a revenue increase in one percent year on year. In spite of the Corona Virus facebook announced it allows us to charge for facebook live events in future meanwhile digitally reports that facebook is a really cheap place to advertise right now. The media is called himself. The largest podcast network focused on strong female voices. Audiences has announced eight million dollars in funding from an investment company called magnet companies. And Are you a podcast? Editor Trades? Tanna Campbell says the podcast that is will need to grow in scope to something. He calls accountability as a service. Your value cannot be in guessing a task done. He says it has to be more than that. Changing Times means changing consumption. We linked to to people today. Who are working a bit differently. Josh Schwartz a podcast producer at wbz Wa highlights has changed working which appears to include sitting in a car near Ski Club Offers Free Internet. We've all done it and the BBC explains how things are working in broadcasting house in London. If you've ever done work with the BBC you won't be astonished that. Yes it does involve vegetate brilliant. Edison research says in a peek into their podcast consumer tracker during a recent results Web. In Our podcast listening is holding steady at about six and a half hours a week. Though news podcasts have had a significant increase in the past. Few months. Mcgowan A. I have a fancy new logo and also a free report into how corona virus has impacted podcast. Advertising changes in advertising spots had been minimal. The company says noting significance decline in the last week of March before jumping up again in April. Nielsen says that kids and teens are watching a lot more. Tv and streaming video and in the UK the Evening Standard the Telegraph and Lord of all of all pivoted to Corona Virus. Podcasts apiece in what's new publishing highlights. What they did at how they did it. And Infocomm Snooze Dream job. Ready is Nathan Dane Sharp Marketing Digital and communications expert. The POLKA seeks to help excite expire and ready the next generation of young professionals to get their dream job and it turns out that presidential races in the past where justice mad as the one we currently in. Nixon planted evidence. The first woman who ran for president in one thousand nine hundred seventy two did even before women could vote long. Shots launched yesterday with eight episodes focusing on eight candidates who've shapes where we are today and our amount overflowing apologies. If we're slow to respond. We hope to get through email over the weekend. If you've got any hints and tips on how to deal with email. Please tell us. Probably you know editor at news. Dot Net homeschooling hard. It turns out and plenty more and all the links in our newsletter subscribe potentates dot
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I need to make some layoffs. Should I do it slowly or all at once?
"Having to make layoffs in. Your Business is never easy all at times to make these difficult decisions in order to keep our business going now. My advice is always to pay attention to how you make each layoff. How you let go of a team. Member is just as important of win. I wouldn't even say it's more important. Let me explain if you're able to lay off a team member team members with a good amount of warning so they can start planning and looking for another job with some sort of severance package with some sort of pay with some sort of support. Whatever you can do. That's better than waiting and being in a situation where you're leaving them high and dry where it's all of a sudden they have no warning and there is no compensation or any kind of way to allow them to transition into a new job financially so in that regard making Many lay offs at one time is more suitable for the individual team member. I'll explain I was of the opinion. That if you had to make layoffs stagger as much as possible so that way you're only laying off people that you have to Because things can change things can improve so for example instead of laying off ten employees at one time. Maybe you lay off to this week and then three later you lay off three and then you see how things go and maybe another three later. You lay off another three. You get the point and I subscribed to this belief because I thought hey why go of a team that you can hold onto just in case you know. Things changed things improved. And you're able to pay their salaries and I really didn't understand The negative of doing this but there is some pretty big negatives and actually I was convinced of the other argument that it's actually better for Your Business and for the employee to be laid off all in one time. Do the cuts at one shot. Then I was presented this argument By Patrick Campbell. Who's the founder of profit well and it was the first time I kind of saw that perspective and thought I think I need to change my position on this now? The downside of slowly laying off people. Is that your whole team the team. That actually will stay with you. The other people that are in the company that are not being laid off at that time the experience a downward shift a downward mood in your team culture. It's never easy to say goodbye to your teammates. Right especially a layoff because it's not anything in their control. It's not like they're being let go or being fired because performance and that sometimes happens. Sometimes you have to fire somebody. That is a great person and a fun personality and a great team member. But just not cutting the mustard. Rather just not doing what they need to do. to hit their quotas or the hit their their. Kpi's and you need somebody better. That's just the reality of employment right but if you're laid off that's just not their fault Ryan and that really dampens the mood and the team spirit. It also gets people thinking well my next. What what does
"campbell" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Campbell lex news I'm Alex Stedman slough law school professor Anders Walker has thoughts on St Louis circuit attorney can gardeners use of the Ku Klux Klan acts to alleged racist conspiracy to Ulster well it's it's certainly creative Gardner filing suit against the city the main police union and others the act was devised during reconstruction as a way to charge Klansmen with federal crimes the south featured night rights where the claim with essentially pillage minority neighborhoods it's hard to compare even if everything is that secretary Gardner alleges is true that there is some nasty messages posted on Facebook and so on it's hard to compare compare that to what was going on in South Carolina in the eighteen seventies Missouri lawmakers are considering whether they will allow Saint Louis city police officers to live outside city limits a house committee vote could come next week the committee heard nearly two hours of testimony as to why this city residency requirement was causing a shortage of more than one hundred city cops are blunt explanation came from Arnold's long time police chief Robert shocking and we have hired many officers are single city and the number one reason they want to leave his residency so does he have a little bit of insight of what it's like for the needy is when we see the officers coming out of the city among those urging committee support for the residency freedom bill was the single was mayor and the state's Attorney General Eric Schmidt who described it as a step in addressing violent crime from the state capitol Phil Brooks influencers news radio KMOX intermittent drizzle Mar forecast overnight to expect a low in the low forties making way for some drizzle early Wednesday morning otherwise it'll be mostly cloudy with a high around fifty seven I'm Alex Bregman came awake snooze this is lead to believe in this is our American stories so now it's time for American dreamers series sponsored by the great folks at the job creators network and they work hard to help small businesses become big ones by fighting for public policy that allows them to do just that and you'll definitely want to stick around for this story because it's about the man behind perhaps one of the most recognizable brands in American history brought to us by our own Joey Cortes the world was a little simpler a little more magical the more heroes more things to think about and Joe DiMaggio Mickey mantle they when I hear there was someone you are listening to the story of a man who you all know but don't really know you know his brand so you know his name which wasn't always his name he was born Ralph Lifshitz the son of two Jewish immigrant outcast from the Soviet Union and despite the modest upbringing in the Bronx New York everyone you Ralph as the man with swagger and style no I had older brothers so you know we have older brothers to live up to in a way is sort of you advance more than kids urinary so maybe I sort of what what my brother's.
"campbell" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com Â» Podcast
"Ginette ING was right. John W Campbell was fascist from the November twenty nineteen issue of Locus magazine at the Hugo Award ceremony at this summer's Dublin. World Con- GINETTE ING was presented with the John W Campbell Award for best new writer in gave an outstanding and brave acceptance speech in which he called Campbell. The award's namesake and one of the fields. Most influential editors a fascist and express solidarity eh with Hong Kong pro democracy protesters. I'm a past recipient of the John W Campbell Award for best new writer two thousand as well as a recipient of the John W Campbell Memorial award two thousand nine. I believe on the only person to have won both of the Campbell's which I think gives me a unique license to comment awnings remarks which have been met with mixed reception from the field. I think that she was right and seemingly to make her remarks. There is plenty of evidence that Campbell's views were odious and deplorable. It wasn't just the story. He had heinlein expand into his terrible racist. Authoritarian eugenics inflected yellow peril novels six column nor was a Campbell's decision to lean hard on. Tom Godwin to kill the girl and cold equations in order to turn his story into a parable about the foolishness of women and the role of men and guiding them to accept the cold hard lethal facts of life it is also that Campbell used his op ED space in astounding to cheer the murders of the Kent State for he attributed the watts uprising to black people's Layton desire to return to slavery. These were not artifacts of a less enlightened era by the standards of his day. Campbell was a fond of terrible ideas from his early supportive fringe religion and psychic phenomena to his views. News on women and racialist people so when ing held Campbell responsible for setting a tone of science fiction that still haunts the genre to this day sterile era male white exalting in the ambitions of imperialist and colonizers settlers and industrialists. She was factually correct. Not Not just factually correct. She was also correct to be saying this now. Science fiction like many other institutions is having a reckoning with with its past and its present. We're trying to figure out what to do about the long reach. The terrible ideas of flawed people mostly men had on our fields. We're trying to reconcile the legacies of flawed people whose good deeds and good art live alongside their cruel damaging treatment of women. These men were Rinat aberrations. They were following an example set from the very top and running through the industry and through Phantom to the great detriment of many of the people who came to science fiction for safety and sanctuary and community. It's not a coincidence. That one of the first organized manifestations of white nationalism as a cultural phenomenon within fandom was in the form of hijacking the Hugo nominations process while fandom came together to firmly repudiate its white nationalist wing. These people weren't all entries who showed up to stir up trouble in someone else's community the call to hijack the Hugo awards was coming from from inside the house. These guys have been around forever and we'd let them get away with it in the name of tolerance even as these guys were chasing women. Queer people and racialist actualized people out of the field these same Nazis went onto join Gamer Gate then became prominent voices on red. It's are the Donald which was the vanguard of the white nationalist authoritarian support for the trump campaign the connections between the tales. We tell about ourselves and our past and futures have a real direct outcome. Oh come on the future we arrive at white supremacist folklore including the ECO fascist doctrine. That says that we can only avert climate change by murdering all the Brown people come straight out of. SF folklore where it's completely standard for every disaster to be swiftly followed by an underclass mob descending on their social betters. I to eat and or rape them never mind the actual way that disasters go down when ing picked up the Mike and told the truth about Campbell's legacy see she wasn't downplaying his importance she was acknowledging it Campbell's odious ideas matter because he was important a giant in the field field who left an enduring mark on it. No one questions. That what we want to talk about today is what Campbell's contribution was and what it means. After ing speech John Skulls published a post where he pointed out that many of the people who are angry at ing new Campbell personally or idolize respect the writers that Campbell took under his wing. Many if not most of these people know about his flaws. But even so it's hard to see someone with no allegiance to him either personally personally professionally point them out forcefully and unapologetically they see camera and his legacy abstractly and also as an obstacle to be overcome that deeply deeply uncomfortable skulls. He's right to the people who counted Campbell as a friend are authentically sad to confront the full meaning of his legacy. I feel for them. It's hard to reconcile the mench. Who was there for you? Entreated his dog with kindness and doted on his kids with the guy who alienated and hurt people with his cruel dogma. Here's the thing neither one of those facets of Campbell cancels the other one out just as it's not true that any amount of good deeds done for some people can repair the harms. He visited on others. It's also true that none of those harms cancel out the kindness as he did good for the people he was kind to. Life is not a ledger. Your sins can't be paid off through good deeds. Your good deeds are not cancelled by your sends ends your sins and your good deeds live alongside one another they coexist in superposition. You and I can and should atone for our misdeeds. We can and should apologize for them to the people we've wronged. We should do these things. Not because they they will erase our misdeeds but because the only thing worse than being really wrong is not learning to be better. People are flawed vessels the the circumstances around us our social norms and institutions can be structured to bring out our worst. Nature's or our best we can invite Isaac Asimov to our cons wants to deliver a lecture on the power of Posterior pinching in which he would literally advised men on how to grope the women in attendance or we can create and enforce a code of conduct that would bounce anyone up to and including the con chair and the guest of honor. who try to stunt like that? We collectively through through our norms and institutions create the circumstances that favour socio pathy or generosity sweeping bad conduct under the rug isn't just cruel to the people who were victimized victimized by that conduct. It's also a disservice to the flawed vessels who are struggling with their own contradictions and base urges. Creating an environment where it's normal to do things things that in ten or twenty years will result in your expulsion from your community is no kindness to anyone. There are terrible men out there today. A whose path to being terrible started when they watched Isaac Asimov Grope women without their consent and figured that the chuckling approval of their peers meant that whatever doubts outs they might have had. Were probably misplaced. These men. Don't get a pass because they learn from a bad example set by their community and its leaders but they might have been diverted routed from their path to terribleness. If they'd had better examples they might not of scarred and hurt countless women on their way from the larval stage of shadiness to full-blown Shit Lord and they themselves might have been spared their eventual fate of being disliked and excluded from community. They joined in search of comradeship and mutual actual aid. The Friends of those Shitty dudes might not have to wrestle with their role in enabling the harms those Shitty dudes wrought since her acceptance speech Zhang has been subjected to a triple ration- of abuse and vitriol much of it with sexist and racist overtones but things bravery hasn't just sparked a conversation. It's also made a change in the weeks. After ing speech both Dell magazines sponsors of the Campbell Award and the James Gunn Center at the University of Kansas at Lawrence who awarded the other Campbell award an event called Campbell. Conference have dropped John W Campbell from the names of their awards and events. They did so for the very very best of reasons as a winner of both Campbell awards. I am delighted by these changes. Campbell's impact on our field when lever truly be extinguished. Alas Pass but we don't need to celebrate it back when the misogynist and white supremacist winger started to publicly organized to purge the field of the wrong kind of fan and and the wrong kind of writer they were talking about people like ing. I think that this is ample evidence that she is in. Exactly the right place at the right time. Time saying the right thing all right then. I'll be back next week. You've been listening to the Corey Dr podcast licensed under under creative Commons attribution noncommercial share like us three point. Oh or as Woody Guthrie put it in another context. This song is copyrighted in the US under seal of copyright. I'll be right one. 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"campbell" Discussed on Overdue
"Hey everybody welcome over boo podcast about the books you've been meaning to scream My name is Craig Putnam Dead My name is Andrew's go welcome do spook Tober you're welcome to our muth annual Spook schober celebration of all things spooky and creepy like Pumpkins and okay and mummies and flu shots ooh please get your flu shots if you can because not everyone one gas hair free in a lot of places or a very low co-pay Andrew we read books and for the month of October we try to pick books that are spooky or spooky adjacent and we have one such book this week what did you read I read the graphic novel Slash Comic Book Depending On Your School of thought from Hell is written by Alan Moore and illustrated by Eddie Campbell and this is a Patriot recommendation from Tony Thank you Tony Tony in Tony with I I don't know if that changes a Tony Tony wrote in and said you did a great job with watchmen that was episode sixty and I think this would be an interesting to read having some background with Alan Moore the book is Super Long but it is a graphic novel so it goes faster than you would think it is pretty long so it's chapters is it was published originally serially between nineteen eighty nine and ninety six I think with an addendum published later the aid and then various collected editions published since then and I I think gum Eddie Campbell is working or was recently working on a new Noor is diversion that may or may not be finished now I read the original black and white which is kind of important to the style I've got some stuff about that we can talk about later but it is several chapters you referred to this book or teen fourteen chapters plus a prologue plus an epilogue you said less a million footnotes and appendixes and stuff where they describe law their choices those I didn't get into because I didn't have time but I have read the full the length of the the rest of it yeah you sent me a picture that and said this book is dummy thick is what you said I did say that now the reason that there are footnotes let's and Extraneous details in the back of this volume are probably because it is about Jack The ripper Tom and HAL being a reference to one of the few existing letters that anybody thinks might be real yes so the title is from the from Hell letter now that okay so we should back up we'll talk about the authors in a second let's talk about Jack The ripper for for a hot minute right a bunch of people well in the in eighteen eighty eight I think was the main ear that he operated and there were other subsequent killings opened in eighteen nineties and I think the nineteen thoughts but people are not really sure whether those were all the same person like the the the only five off killings that were the five killings yes that are canonical considered to have been done by the original quote Jack The ripper happened between estate November of of eighty eight I think yes and was done in the White Chapel district in the east end of London Anders right there were eleven eleven ish victims five are considered quote unquote canonical We don't really know I picked up that word by jack the ripper dot org which seems like it may be shouldn't be dot lurk just a really great organization they do a lot of good work yeah and ripping folks now there were you know the all of the women almost all the women that were killed were prostitutes in the east end of London and most of the murders involved some sort of mutilation or You know not just a life attack other stuff was involved though there were a couple women who died in this timeframe that we don't know if they're related or not right and the title of this book comes from the from Hell letter that was sent to a man named George Lusk of the White Chapel vigilence committee because and this is nineteenth century London so it's the vigilance committee neighborhood of White Chapel and it was accompanied by a part of a kidney and the letter claimed that the writer of the letter ate the other half you siree got on Mr Lusk Sir I send you half the kidney I took from one woman in preserved it for you to other piece I fried and ate it was very nice I may send you the bloody knife that took it out if you only wait a while longer science and catch me when you can Mr Lusk mister policeman I gave you all the clues so one reason okay so major component of the Jack The ripper like mythos and the reason why people still write about it now and I think the reason why it's still continues to capture the popular imagination is one guy was never caught like there are a lot of theories by the guy was never caught two it was one of the first like international sensation serial killer cases shirt like this is a big deal that was was heard about round the world and then the third thing was has there was just this huge media circus surrounding it because everybody wanted in on it I guess like there were just there are thousands of love fake letters that were written to the police that made it almost completely impossible to actually like follow up on any real clues and really muddy the waters and made it hard to heart defined who it was there's another like the other most famous letter and one that is referenced in this book is the dear boss letter yes which is commonly held and and in this book that you know this this book in a lot of places is just like choosing a possible version of events I'm like existing ripper allergy think it's awful yet is called ripper Olivetti and I've seen forums us like ripper all adjusts and ripper news lists you know at in this in this book the version of events they choose to go at is that that was fabricated by journalists in a in a an attempt to capitalize on the Public Inter- oh season five of the wire okay sure sure yeah there are like over a hundred suspects one dude who was doing a really good job performing jekyll and Hyde was once considered a suspect in the nineties a dude wrote a book that maybe it was Lewis Carroll Sir Arthur CONAN doyle advanced a theory that it was a woman who might have been working with these women and killing them and then this past March there was a review of a paper that most people leave his garbage saying that it was a Polish barber named Aaron Kaminsky I found an article about this on our Technica by aged Jennifer let and there's like DNA evidence belonging to a shawl that was maybe one of the victims but the DNA oven says like a hundred years old and and the only thing that makes it makes sense is that like Kaminsky was sent to an asylum around the time that the murder stopped so it must be him. There is a addition to this book that's included in collections of it now that more and Campbell did called a dance the goal catchers which is basically a comic overview of some of the many theories at how the waters have been muddied over the years and they actually I read interview with with Campbell who is talking about the colors of the thing and he says he's talked on and off with more about doing a follow up to that because in the thirty years since this book came out there have been a lot of new things that have that have happened but yeah it's a pretty good overview of just like not only were there all these like contemporaneous things that might be the waters there were like you know deathbed confession from criminals who who claim to be Jack The ripper there are accounts from like witnesses or people who are involved in the case many years later who who said things and who knows if they're true or not like it's a it's a whole thing sure and the the other thing I'll I'll add to the like murder background stuff is that it did get a lot of people paying attention to this portion of the city which was widely disregarded as kind of a lost cause that nobody knew about and because it was sensationalized in the papers people of greater means at higher society started paying attention to conditions that people were living in and did like end up performing some of it a little bit George Bernard Shaw wrote whilst we Conventional Social Democrats were wasted in our time on education agitation organization some independent genius has taken the matter in hand and by simply murdering and disemboweling women converted the proper I terry press to an inept sort of communism that happens in this book to word some activist people talk about how sure these these horrible murders of done more to to draw the attention to the plight of these women in this neighborhood than thanks before we take our it's not technically I don't being adapted into a television series I think the TV series is supposed to be like later on kind of things but as far as no like all the subsequent watchmen stuff has been done without the allman correctional authors yeah he but so he does there is like because there's a TV show and Ed v for Vendetta he had a big run on swamping and he's partially responsible gets a lot of credit for the kind of modern quote unquote more mature or grittier graphic novel comic thing he had set up an independent pub with his with his wife and mutual love partner called mad love which unfortunately later disbanded when they both left him and right after that happened is when he started working for Taboo which is the label that published this book which was like a horror outfit I think it originally published the first parts of it and then they and then they published the rest a series of Semi Autobiographical Comics called Alec or Alex Series in the seventies and he hooked up with more through the guy who was running taboo citing that art style fun fact he is married to the author of the time traveler's wife which I didn't know now the reason why the reason why I would know that but it was kind of neat little that's a book I always think about sometimes you always think about well time you kind of everything is that's the that's the spookiest thing of all right as time yes correct anything else you WANNA say about the author's before we get into the book Andrew No I don't think so we can talk about Campbell and Moore's styles both in the context of the of the Book I think that's the that's the main thing to discuss with both of them I think is just like what they're known for and what they bring to the project sounds good to me let's take a break.
"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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I forgot forgot heart of events. Maybe a way below not going to rain right off right when at back saint louis then at the end of the summer a <hes> joins the missouri army say in missouri army air air national guard was so far the army and how now we have more tan brown close off air not blue like the air force so anyway and then what happened after that was that we were in in this guard unit and and lord behold activated and senators pigou or one of the first thing we did we went to wisconsin and <hes> and then then then the we went basic in palm. They went through. They send us to vermont interesting. Yeah yeah and what we're supposed to do there was to we. We're building a radar towers. Okay on the canadian border uh-huh okay. I guess we're gonna protect ourselves from the canadian these they're pretty threatening right yeah yeah and so was there for a while and my job was working with. Oh whatever really. I was a working post office multiplayer. 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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Albany new york's trying to get down to automate we started out and and they had <hes> moved the snow and it was one lane okay on this on this major highway away now just one lane one lane and it was like a three at least on the sides and if you met anybody you've ahead this crazy him by actually pushing into does a snow all yep. That's crazy. Oh article where huffy so we got albany and the train look we're gonna reach train and we wait till we just parked on the street okay a crossover the car still there when he got back yeah so we're all doesn't train saint louis and we i guess we have a week yeah got back couldn't find a car that was all all all of ours and covered with a borrowed a shovel from more of the stores there yeah vara shovel ooh jungle things started yeah that at finding it i have for the only way when i go back to your mom when it was time to go to whether they shut me to california flew to oakland flu from saint louis dope on.
"campbell" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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"campbell" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Campbell ex news. I'm Alex bagman. A self proclaimed soccer jokey from Saint Louis went to Jeff city trying to convince lawmakers to support an MLS team here. Like music says, he's played coached and refereed soccer. And the only reason I'm here and drove the miles from St Louis is to you. So you have a face to look at we want this team in Saint Louis. He testified in support of a resolution that encourages Major League Soccer the chew Saint Louis for an expansion team. The sponsor Republican Representative Justin hill from lake St Louis says private financing and a positive economic impact. Our reasons lawmakers should get behind him a lobbyist for the city of St Louis testified in support from the state capital. I'm Jacob cabbie. Any the Missouri? Republican party has a new leader state Representative gene Evans of Manchester takes over as executive director of the state GOP for Ray Bozarth who had run the party since two thousand sixteen governor parson minister says Evans is poised to help grow the party because she's from. Swing district and knows how to work with diverse segments around the state the lawsuit over the Rams leaving Saint Louis could be headed to arbitration after all or maybe not the state's high court ruled that the court of appeals eastern district reconsider two rulings last year that allowed disputes to remain in circuit court despite claims from the defendants that they'd be arbitrated. Scott lock is a senior reporter for misery lawyers weekly one of those was a Missouri supreme court ruling that had to do with arbitration that came out in December. And then there was a US supreme court ruling that came out in January that also dealt with arbitration lock says the last that last week's brief doesn't tell anybody how to rule it's possible that the eastern district would decide it won't change the case..
"campbell" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
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"campbell" Discussed on Brain Science with Ginger Campbell, MD: Neuroscience for Everyone
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"campbell" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM
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"campbell" Discussed on MarketFoolery
"Dan monday june twenty fifth this is market fully welcome thanks for checking us out i'm chris hill joining me in studio it's jason moser and taylor mccrum unhappy monday gents us well we got some merger monday stuff happening we got some legit merger stuff happening and we've got some some rumored stuff and we're going to get to the rumored stuff because anytime you start looking at what are stocks doing today and you say shares of campbell soup up ten percent my that bears further investigation and as a reminder it was back in may that campbell soup said that it was undergoing a strategic review and that yes of course anytime you here we're undertaking a strategic review one of the things one of the questions on the table is hey should we be putting ourselves up for sale and that's the way ceo denise morrison said check please and she left and now we're getting reports that kraft heinz might be looking at by campbell soup and shares are up ten percent feeling that's language i need to incorporate into my household we're teaching our kids we're kind of running this business of our house and the money comes in and it goes out every once in a while it's kind of make them wonderful kids listen wondrous strategic review right now so or if you really wanna make your kid wonder say you're under a strategy thing is on the table just to set the context right now campbell soup is about thirteen billion dollar company kraft heinz is about a seventy eight billion dollar company should craft hines be looking to buy campbell soup thirteen million seems like a really big check yeah it's not chump change i think the writing was more or less on the wall for campbell and these morrison step down from the ceo coo role a month ago i mean she didn't really have a good track record and i'm not gonna pin that all on her so we've talked about how this industry is now the industry to avoid it is i mean there there are a lot of legacy brands out there that we're seeing and when i say legacy brands i'm talking about those brands sort of defined our childhood growing up right i mean everybody's pantry had campbell soup and all the other stuff that they that they sell i think what they've it's pepperidge farm cookies and all sorts of stuff that we're undergoing a series seachange in what folks are putting in their kitchens how people are eating how they're viewing eating in in so we're seeing a lot of these sort of legacy brands really facing a point of reckoning ear inside think with came let me with with heinz kraft heinz is a big company right now i think if you look at the one advantage in this space if you're one of those legacy ran companies it's it's scale it size get to be as big as you can make is then you can start a some sort of ring out some of those costs become as officiant as you can in at least gives you a few more choices and so for kraft heinz at the seventy seven billion dollar company that bringing in rent twenty six billion dollars in sales annually the campbell acquisition if that is something they're interested in could atty billionaire soda that top line and allow them to ring out some of those costs we seen general mills lob didn't lavin this discussion as well as a potential party interested in in campbell i'd say general mills probably needs campbell more than hines does more than crat times does i don't think either one of them needs campbell the really in that's what puts campbell in such a nasty spot is nobody really needs them that's tough funded some hard medicine general mills i get the i get the general interest from general mills that's a much smaller company but it's twenty seven yeah so the fact that they would attempt to take on campbell soup makes less sense to me they also have soup brands within that they've got progressive they've got annie's you look at kraft heinz for all of the stuff they have going on they don't really they have they have hind soup in the uk so in terms of you know as you said jason they've got the scale campbell soup is probably the best known brand so they don't need it i think they could make it work i just wonder about the.
"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.
"campbell" Discussed on World Cafe
"Comedy your dad was going campbell one of the names centrally associated with country music but your generation in a strange way circled back to musical comedy partly because of glee the show the television show partly because of show choirs i think so what did you take from musical comedy particularly in terms of your work as a songwriter well when i started writing songs i had already been writing sketch comedy for a couple years and it's the same process of telling a story i kind of thought about it that way as crafting a scene on stage i was crafting a song i was trying to tell a story in the same way and so in in sketch writing and storytelling all the classes that i took they would say okay at what point do you need to move the story along at what point do you need to describe this moment and expand on this moment and so i kind of just took that to heart well ashley campbell you spent time in hollywood and you have strong nashville connections and you live here now but you actually grew up in aaron zona yeah what was your experience of the music or even the music industry as a kid you are a bit removed from it i guess the being removed from the music industry was very intentional on my parents parts when my mom and my dad got married my mom wanted to get my dad as far away from the industry in the entertainment industry as possible because of his addiction issues so she wanted to get him away from that friend group and also they wanted to raise their kids away from the whole i'm so and so's daughter i'm so and so son and so we kind of feel like we had a fairly normal childhood my dad like i think he coached a couple baseball games like little league and he was really there for us he was around and but we also got to see his entertainer side because he had a couple years in branson was with his own theatre t wanted us around him so that's probably what drew him to branson so you lived in so you move from where were you in arizona phoenix arizona i lived there 'til i was eighteen but we spent like three years on and off in branson.
"campbell" Discussed on Brain Science with Ginger Campbell, MD: Neuroscience for Everyone
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"campbell" Discussed on The Ascent Podcast
"I'm steve campbell and you're listening to the podcast this week's guess is a good friend of mine name caleb campbell caleb story takes you everywhere from the nfl to a career in the military to working as a public speaker and trying to build a successful digital agency i'm excited about this episode and i can't wait for you to hear it all right i'm here with caleb campbell thanks for joining michaela thanks for having me anytime so the wh what we usually do here in the way this works at the ascent is we ask people three questions where did you come from where you at now where you going just to get the personal story out there and so why don't you tell everybody who you are where you came from yeah i came from a small town in the texas panhandle perry's and texas town of literally nine thousand people and we had tumbleweeds and tornadoes grew up right in the middle of texas tornado alley so i remember vividly as a kid running literally running from for nato's as a kid my mom every told me was you know at least you're getting good speed workout in for football i'm like okay mom if until the play on yeah from texas i took division one scholarship to united states military academy at west point does that west point where i was commissioned as an officer in the us army gradually a west point dot commission but then i was part of this unique opportunity there is alternative service obligation policy that was put into motion affect by the department of defense and what this policy was in ebeling cadet athletes to do was essentially if you weren't good enough to play professional sport and if you have the opportunity to play professional sports i e federal contract you can pursue that professional sport while serving in the military simultaneously so that that got set in motion my my.