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Lightning strike early, beat Maple Leafs 7-3 to even series

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

Lightning strike early, beat Maple Leafs 7-3 to even series

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Campbell shines, Maple Leafs beat Lightning 5-2 in Game 3

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | Last week

Campbell shines, Maple Leafs beat Lightning 5-2 in Game 3

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Matthews' 3-point game powers Maple Leafs past Lightning 5-0

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

Matthews' 3-point game powers Maple Leafs past Lightning 5-0

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"campbell" Discussed on TFG Truth

TFG Truth

05:53 min | 2 months ago

"campbell" Discussed on TFG Truth

"We have a very special guest today, doctor grant Campbell. I want to get this right physician and former lieutenant colonel of the U.S. Army. Thanks for joining us, doctor. It is a pleasure to be here, Mike. Thanks for inviting me. So a lot of good things here. First, I want to talk a little health while not first. We'll talk health blast, but I want to talk about COVID mental health with being that you're a doctor. And number two, you know, the start here, I want to talk a little bit about the Russia Ukraine situation. Obviously you being a former service member. Thank you very much for your service. I kind of want to get your take on this because I feel like there's a lot going on out there, the left says one thing, the right says that other thing, other countries are starting to say things. So first, let's start with that. How did we get here? What are your thoughts on this whole Russia Ukraine situation? Well, I would say invasions.

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"campbell" Discussed on Wisdom From The Top

Wisdom From The Top

06:34 min | 2 months ago

"campbell" Discussed on Wisdom From The Top

"We could do this under difficult circumstances and the outlook was quite good for the next 5. And so we were acquired, actually, by craft, the company I had left, and then I was recruited to Campbell Soup company. So you were president of nabisco food company for about 5 years, and then you get recruited by Campbell's to become their CEO, you accept this job and you go there in 2001, set the scene for me. What was going on at the Campbell Soup company in 2001 when you got there? Well, the first, the first piece of this is before I got there. I was being recruited. I'm quite sure I was not the first person they were looking for because I was just focused on doing my job. I wasn't ever looking for the next job and there were people in our industry who were looking for the next job. And we're higher profile and I'm sure we're considered for this job, but they ultimately tracked me down. And I went for an interview. And they were very anxious to meet me. So I went for an interview in New York and I had lunch with 6 directors at once. They interviewed me and before I could finish answering one question, another question came at me. Over two hours, it must have been a hundred questions. And I answered them as best I could, but I was exhausted. Afterwards, and didn't feel it had gone very well, and I was thinking, well, that was a nice interview, but I'll just, I'll see where the next one leads. And two days later, I get a call back and the executive search person says that went great. They want to do it again. And I'm thinking, oh, I don't want to go through another two hours like that. So the weekend before I was meeting with them, I called together a few of my friends. And we spent the weekend tearing apart all the publicly available materials for the Campbell Soup company. And did a Campbell Soup company revitalization framework. Put it in a PowerPoint presentation, said, here's and this was my framework. I said, here's what I think the problem is and here's what I think the solution is and here's how I would lead this effort. And I went back with a canvas bag full of PowerPoint presentations for my next interview with the same 6 directors and they started shooting questions at me again and I at that point said, you know, I've been thinking about the hundred questions we covered in the last meeting. And I think this would be helpful to you to see what I would how I would respond to the situation the company's facing. And I presented the revitalization framework to them. We covered it for a few hours. It was very clear what I would do and how I would do it, and ultimately I would received an offer to actually bring that plan to life. Before that, what did you know about campus? Campbell Soup was in trouble, right? It would be like major travel soup was a highly troubled and what we knew about the company was that it lost half its market value in one year. And that's hard to do for established food company. This was the biggest soup company in the world. Oh yeah, and other products too. We all saw in pepperidge farm to V8, preggo pasta sauces. It was a large diversified food company. At the time 24,000 employees, how much money was Campbell's soup losing a year in 2002 1001. Well, we weren't we weren't losing money. We were making money, but our earnings were basically cut in half, which cut our value in half. So it was just not a healthy situation. We were also, we had had some bad business practices before I got there, and we were being investigated by both the SEC and the Justice Department. It was just ugly across the board. And the company was largely in freefall. I read that I read Doug that of all the major food companies in the world that Campbell's was The Rock bottom performer. What was the problem where people just not buying the soup? Was that like what was going on? Well, basically, it had been a great value proposition. Soup had been a terrific value proposition. Because it's cheap to make, and you can sell it for a reasonable profit. Yeah, and we owned largely, you could say we controlled the market. In soup and sup happened to be a very large and prosperous category. So we what happened was we became very aggressive with our pricing. We took our prices up dramatically, which helped our earnings, but then our volume started to fall because we had price so aggressively. And as our earnings started to fall, we started to bolster the earnings. We cut the spending that supported the brand and artificially inflated earnings for a little while, but then as spending was cut, the brand continued to decline. And then we said, well, we've got to implement more productivity to offset to keep earnings up. So we have to we have to be even more efficient. And we got to a point where we were basically taking the chicken out of chicken noodle soup. And so we ran out of productivity rooms so the products were compromised. We weren't supporting them and they were high price. And then we got to a point where we said, well, how can we can't afford to have all these people working on this business? Because it's in freefall. And so then they started firing people. And in one day, they fired about half of the R&D organization in the food industry, the R&D organization is a lifeblood of your future growth. And so we had just, we were in what my friend Jim kilts called the circle of doom. Yeah. We were promising to do better, and everything we were doing was compromising our ability to do better. That was the situation that I was encountering when I got there. All right, let's put this in the context. You became in 2001, the 11th person.

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Rick Santorum Describes the Convention of States

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:20 min | 2 months ago

Rick Santorum Describes the Convention of States

"Rick santorum, welcome to this program. Thank you, Eric. It is great to be at your side. You are someone that I've known long enough that I do get confused sometimes. I'm trying to think in what capacity did you last have an official position and by what title do I need to address here? Yeah, no, senator was the last time I was elected to anything. I ran a couple of times for president. You might remember. And that's not ringing any bells. Yeah. That's sort of what happened. I well remember a lot about you. And it's a joy to sit next to you. I'm glad you are at the NRB. There's a number of things I want to talk to you about. I want to talk to you about current events, but you are involved in what's called the convention of states. Yes. There are a lot of people listening to this program that don't understand anything about that. If you don't mind explain what that is. I'd love to because about 8 months ago, I didn't know very much about it. I mean, I'd heard of convention states. I knew that it was an issue. But all I knew about convention of the states was that it was a dramatic sort of break glass and pull in case of emergency provision that was included in the constitution and that at least when I first heard about it, I didn't think we were there yet. And candidly, you know, I saw some things happen in the past few years that have really concerned me that we're seeing even more than normal. I mean, I was always because you know I've written books I've been out of the campaign trail talking about the decline in the culture and what's happening in Washington, the increasing authoritarianism in Washington. But we've reached a whole new level. I mean, $30 trillion in debt. And candidly both parties seeming unwilling to be concerned about federal authority or federal spending or anything when it comes to the power that's located in Washington D.C.. And I see presidents, you know, I loved what Donald Trump did. Didn't always like the way he did it. I mean, I think, you know, using executive power and sort of rolling over is something I expected more on a Democrats. I hesitate a little bit when I saw the president Trump. I understand why he did it. The frustration that he had. But I guess the straw that broke the Campbell's back is when actually it was Donald Trump calling for the end of the filibuster four years ago.

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Gu captures gold...who's to blame?

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Gu captures gold...who's to blame?

"AP sports time check Freeman the last night of NBA action before the all star break and the Miami Heat had a satisfying first half the share of Eastern Conference lead with the Chicago Bulls after he went to double overtime to beat Charlotte one eleven one oh seven Kyle Lowry scored twelve of his twenty five in O. T. a huge performance from Joe well MBT he had for forty two the Sixers blew a fifteen point lead or group to win at Milwaukee one twenty three one twenty look at dungeon sporting forty nine in Dallas is one twenty five one eighteen win over New Orleans American born Eileen Group One gold in the women's ski halfpipe representing China gu has won three medals at the winter Olympics in the NHL Toronto goalie Jack Campbell stopped forty five shots and the Leafs beat Pittsburgh forty one college basketball third ranked Arizona pulled away in the second half the top Oregon state eighty three sixty nine college football coach Jim Harbaugh shortly after chatting with the Minnesota Vikings about their head coaching opening agreed to a five year extension with the university of Michigan Chuck Friedman AP sports

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Campbell makes 45 saves, Maple Leafs top Penguins 4-1

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Campbell makes 45 saves, Maple Leafs top Penguins 4-1

"Police center the pens their first road loss in seven games all four one victory at home at Scotiabank arena Auston Matthews opened the scoring twenty one seconds in beating Pittsburgh's Tristan Jarry for his thirty third of the season defenseman Morgan Reilly notched his sixth of the year a power play goal to make it to nothing in the second good win against really good teams from playing well lately special teams cuttings in a really sticks out when you take that many penalties sought a ticket a great job thank captain Michael bunting were the other trouble marksman well give Jenny Milton was a lone goal score for the visitors Jack Campbell kicked aside forty five pick would shots for the win join the debate Toronto

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Kuemper, Landeskog help Avs beat Stars, extend streak to 19

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Kuemper, Landeskog help Avs beat Stars, extend streak to 19

"The avalanche of run their team record point streak to nineteen games with a four nothing win over the stars Darcy camper handle twenty three shots for his second shutout of the season helping Colorado improved to seventeen oh one two during the point streak Gabrielle Landeskog scored twice for the ABS who also received goals from Nazem Kadri and Nicholas bank bail Campbell Kerr had two assists for the avalanche who lead the NHL with seventy points in forty six games the apps or three points ahead of the Panthers with a game in hand Dallas goalie Braden Holtby stopped twenty six shots on the ferry

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NHL postpones 14 games; won't resume play until Tuesday

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 5 months ago

NHL postpones 14 games; won't resume play until Tuesday

"The the NHL NHL now now says says the the league league is is on on hold hold until until at at least least Tuesday Tuesday one one day day later later than than originally originally planned planned teams teams will will return return to to practice practice on on Sunday Sunday and and William William Neil Neil lander lander to to the the NHL's NHL's list list of of players players and and call call the the protocols protocols the the maple maple Leafs Leafs forward forward joins joins teammates teammates John John Tavares Tavares Morgan Morgan Riley Riley goaltender goaltender Jack Jack Campbell Campbell along along with with coach coach Sheldon Sheldon Keefe Keefe the the international international ice ice hockey hockey federation federation is is canceled canceled its its under under eighteen eighteen women's women's World World Championship Championship for for the the second second straight straight year year over over covered covered nineteen nineteen concerts concerts however however the the IIHF IIHF is is allowing allowing the the men's men's junior junior hockey hockey championships championships to to begin begin in in Canada Canada on on Sunday Sunday is is scheduled scheduled I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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Biden visiting storm-ravaged Kentucky to offer aid, support

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

Biden visiting storm-ravaged Kentucky to offer aid, support

"President president Biden Biden visit visit storm storm ravaged ravaged Kentucky Kentucky today today to to offer offer aid aid and and support support why why did did the the surveying surveying damage damage in in two two of of the the hardest hardest hit hit towns towns Mayfield Mayfield and and Dawson Dawson springs springs and and he's he's also also visiting visiting fort fort Campbell Campbell for for a a storm storm briefing briefing the the president president has has already already offered offered federal federal support support for for the the victims victims of of those those devastating devastating tornadoes tornadoes throughout throughout the the region region that that killed killed at at least least eighty eighty eight eight people people and and left left thousands thousands more more without without heat heat water water or or electricity electricity this this trip trip is is to to re re iterate iterate that that pledge pledge more more than than thirty thirty tornadoes tornadoes tore tore through through Kentucky Kentucky and and five five other other states states over over the the weekend weekend demolishing demolishing homes homes downing downing power power lines lines and and cutting cutting off off residents residents from from key key utilities utilities I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker

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Up-and-down Chargers hold off Bengals for 41-22 victory

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 5 months ago

Up-and-down Chargers hold off Bengals for 41-22 victory

"Justin Justin Herbert Herbert passed passed for for three three first first quarter quarter touchdowns touchdowns as as the the Chargers Chargers jumped jumped out out to to a a twenty twenty four four nothing nothing lead lead Cincinnati Cincinnati stormed stormed back back narrowing narrowing the the margin margin to to twenty twenty four four twenty twenty two two midway midway through through the the third third quarter quarter and and Joe Joe mixin mixin seven seven yard yard TD TD run run but but cornerback cornerback Tavon Tavon Campbell Campbell returned returned a a fourth fourth quarter quarter mix mix and and fumble fumble sixty sixty one one yards yards for for a a score score tilting tilting things things back back LA's LA's way way final final score score Chargers Chargers forty forty one one Bengals Bengals twenty twenty two two how how I I improved improved to to seven seven and and five five on on the the season season the the same same record record as as Cincinnati Cincinnati I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas

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Rielly scores 2 goals, red-hot Maple Leafs top Rangers 2-1

AP News Radio

00:27 sec | 6 months ago

Rielly scores 2 goals, red-hot Maple Leafs top Rangers 2-1

"The Rangers maple Leafs both came in on four game win streaks Morgan Reilly scored twice is trying to stifle the Rangers attack until the third Dryden hunt banged home a loose puck with three thirty to go setting up a final Rangers push maple Leafs goalie Jack Campbell made twenty seven saves in Toronto has now won five straight and ten of its past eleven games the course has stricken stopped twenty eight shots for New York as the Rangers win streak was halted at four I'm Ben Thomas

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Curry hot, Durant not...Managers honored...Curley Culp dies

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 6 months ago

Curry hot, Durant not...Managers honored...Curley Culp dies

"AP sports I'm Josh Rowntree will start in the NBA the stars were out in full force in Brooklyn as Stephan curry scored a game high thirty seven points as the warriors down the next one seventeen to ninety nine Baden Bogdanovich scored twenty seven points and the jazz crush the seventy Sixers one twenty eighty five the clippers ran away from the spurs one of six ninety two in the NHL the Panthers are now eleven two and three on the year as Florida topped the New York Islanders six to one record quest with a goal and an assist in the win Toronto goalie Jack Campbell made twenty four saves as the maple Leafs blank Nashville three nothing Carolina doubled up Vegas forty two in college hoops to upsets of top twenty five teams Tuesday Jared Rhoden scored sixteen points and honoring scene all stunned fourth ranked Michigan sixty seven sixty five in Ann Arbor twelfth ranked Oregon got blasted home by B. Y. U. eighty one to forty nine and in college football Virginia Tech and coach Justin Fuente mutually agreed to part ways ending twenty six year run with the Hokies I'm Josh Rowntree AP sports

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Comedy of errors as Steelers, Lions slog to 16-16 tie

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 6 months ago

Comedy of errors as Steelers, Lions slog to 16-16 tie

"The Pittsburgh Steelers had two players fumble in overtime resulting in the NFL's first draw of the season as the Steelers alliance played two eight sixteen sixteen tight Ben Roethlisberger did not play for Pittsburgh honoring Kobe nineteen protocol Saturday evening Mason Rudolph started in his place passing for two hundred forty two yards a touchdown and a pick not G. Harris ran for one hundred five yards but Mike Tomlin Steelers are now five three and one this too sloppy to win core fundamental things men you know we didn't tackle well enough throughout the game defensively and then in the most critical moments by we didn't maintain possession of the ball for the lions and head coach Dan Campbell is the first on loss of the season Detroit ran for two hundred twenty nine yards and Jared Goff passed for one hundred fourteen more yards the lines are now even one Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh

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Nylander, Campbell lead Maple Leafs to 3-0 win over Flyers

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 6 months ago

Nylander, Campbell lead Maple Leafs to 3-0 win over Flyers

"But maybe he's got a pair of goals by William Neil lander and a three nothing win over the flyers the lander broke a scoreless tie midway through the second period with a centering pass went off the skate well I didn't really know I don't really know how like if I kicked or not but I mean when I got to the vegetal musical so then it's pretty confident we'll be able in underscored again early in the third period this time on the power play tallies by the latter we're a sixth and seventh goal of the season Andre Kasi closed the scoring late in the third with his second goal of the year Jack Campbell stopped all thirty six shots he faced in the shutout win Michael Luongo Philadelphia

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Nylander scores in OT, Leafs rally to beat Lightning 2-1

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 6 months ago

Nylander scores in OT, Leafs rally to beat Lightning 2-1

"John tomorrow score with forty one seconds left in the third period and William Neil lander potted the winner in overtime as a least a come from behind to win win with that mother Jack Campbell on the bench to viruses one timer beat Andre Russell looking for his fourth of the season to send the game to extra time with Tampa's Victor Hedman of the penalty box the lender be bustling ski on a pass from Austin Matthews to with it his fifth of the campaign Bob Rubin scored the lightning goal Campbell made twenty four saves in the win believes about one to four in a row join the debate Toronto

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Panarin, Shesterkin lead Rangers over Maple Leafs 2-1 in OT

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

Panarin, Shesterkin lead Rangers over Maple Leafs 2-1 in OT

"The Rangers spoiled Auston Matthews season debut by defeating the maple Leafs to a one in overtime Artemi Panarin wanted at three forty eight of the extra session on a pass from me because the ban it yet who scored new York's first goal Igor Shuster can stopped forty shots and help the Blueshirts keep Matthews off the score sheet Chester can turn away Matthews first two shots on a power play early in the opening period Rangers defenseman Jacob Trouba said Shuster can was the difference we don't have our best game and sometimes you're going to the store for you different to the Titan yes everywhere best we found a way to kind of take going through them it over way too many shots with me chances but he was there Michael bunting scored for Toronto which got twenty one saves from Jack Campbell I'm the ferry

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Rep. Madison Cawthorn Discusses Stuart Scheller's Release From the Brig

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:28 min | 7 months ago

Rep. Madison Cawthorn Discusses Stuart Scheller's Release From the Brig

"Let's go to north carolina's eleventh congressional district to welcome. I believe he may be the youngest congressman on capitol hill madison cawthorn. Welcome to america. I have great being on with your brother. Anything it starts out with america. I you know. I love it. That's the reason why we call it. America first not the said gawker show. Okay i asked you in the break. We have this update the breaking news that they have released. A colonel shelling from shallow from the brig you have spoken to his legal team just a few moments ago so tell us the latest out. What what Do listeners across the nation. Needs to know. I talked to several organizations that are involved with colonel sheller. And what's ridiculous is. This is a man who stood up and criticize The boss withdrawal from afghanistan that left thirteen servicemembers dead. And because he stood up to this incompetence he was forced to have a mental health screening and then sebastian he has been stuck in solitary confinement in campbell. Jim it's terrible but right now he's going to be heading to a court martial very soon. It's going to be closed doors so you can take that on. Its surface for that how it's going to be Probably a gag order going to come down And you know even as a member of congress. I can't even go in there to try. And defend him it's it's ridiculous the amount of obscurity the biden administrations wanting to have in this

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Wyoming librarians under fire for books about sex, LGBTQ

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 8 months ago

Wyoming librarians under fire for books about sex, LGBTQ

"Prosecutors in Wyoming are considering criminal charges against library officials who've stocked controversial real life books for children and teens the controversies over less than twenty non fiction books in the Gillette Wyoming the library they involve sex education childbirth and L. G. B. T. Q. issues angry residents have complained to police one couple said the books violate child sex laws a local pastor season fifty calls them filthy books that should not even be at a public library prosecutors in Campbell county are now reviewing the complaints a special prosecutor will be appointed to decide if library officials should face criminal charges hi Jackie Quinn

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"campbell" Discussed on EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

05:00 min | 9 months ago

"campbell" Discussed on EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

"I'm tom sharpen tier government relations director. And one of your hosts across actually at the other table. I'm chris henry. I'm the museum programs coordinator here and Tom it's it's i should put on a t-shirt at this At this time I always say i love. Green dot episodes will get to talk to cool people and have amazing guests and today we certainly have an amazing guest. Joining us is colonel. Kim campbell Us air force eight ten pilot can thank you so much for joining us absolutely. Thanks for having me well and it's a it's a question that i think we always like to ask our. I guess as well. Because i think any time we asked this question. You always hear a unique and interesting story. And that's what i inspired. You wanna fly. It has a unique story. I think When i was in the fifth grade so long time ago I watched the challenger accident and that may seem a bit ironic to some people that that would get me interested in aviation. But i think what i realized in that moment was that the astronauts died doing something that they believed in something that they felt was important to them and something that was bigger than themselves and so at that moment. I thought that was exactly what i wanted to do. Is to go out and be an astronaut and so then that led me to the path of aviation really just to figure out how to get into the astronaut program and so i talked to my parents i talked to mentors and teachers and what i was told was that most of the astronauts said gone to the air force and were pilots. So that was exactly what i wanted to do. And i decided in fifth grade that i was going to be a fighter pilot and go to the air force academy and Ideally go on to be an astronaut. You know. I think it's really. I think it's really special away that you know when we hear about the challenger accident of course It brings up a lot of bad feelings. But i think the crew of that shuttle would be thrilled to know that there lies inspired people absolutely and i know i'm not the only one i think inspired a lot of young women particularly to go after their dreams and find something that was important to them to commit their lives to. And that's exactly what it did for me and it really just flip a switch for me. When i decided that that was my goal and path that i wanted to take everything changed so obviously any path and aviation particularly one is as challenging as As as flying for the military has challenges along the way what we're what were the some some of those challenges that you faced On your on your path and aviation there are a few of them Probably the toughest one for me was just getting into the air force academy which was the path that i wanted to take to become a pilot and my first attempt at getting into the air force academy i mean i i worked so hard to get in there and and Had done a lot of things in school to help me prepare..

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"campbell" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

At The Races With Steve Byk

05:10 min | 10 months ago

"campbell" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

"They're applying for a gaming license in la keegan and in chicago and and for the life of me. I don't see how they disappointed and misled an entire legislature in about five governors saying that while the gaming until they got gaming. I you know it's just the whole thing and destroy thousands of lives along with it people here that have to sell their homes. They they don't have no future outrageous. Right listen i. I don't wanna take up your time. You'll i can only do so much. Just i'm just a small guy up here in the driller trying to keep people with food on the table and anyone out. There is some fear about you. Know their their their passion for racing. I would suggest they get involved as quickly as possible. Mike campbell everybody Then what is what is the drop dead date on this On on the application process tomorrow at five o'clock when those those at those placeholder even a placeholder dates application would have to be by five o'clock. Tomorrow that would allow for possibly transferred to and successor owner. A apple dates by for dates but That's what it takes. Five o'clock were minute to midnight my campbell..

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"campbell" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

At The Races With Steve Byk

04:53 min | 10 months ago

"campbell" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

"The the good of the good of the many versus the few right. Okay so go. Stay away from those lithium crystals. That's just Li li you gotta yeah. I'm i'm have to move Oh i have to move from this. Let's see let's reach for mike campbell and we'll get started on The conversations and the If you need this oh okay. I see what you're asking case Was asking about a number. And i thought it was. Mike's there you go Yeah in case you for some reason. Yeah that was from yesterday you were asking all right anyway. while we wait for mike campbell. Let me Mention like i talked about saturday. And the draw yesterday the The three stakes. Back back to back eighth ninth tenth on saturday absolutely going to be terrific. The vanderbilt a lot of familiar faces including the wonderful whitmore. Four point four million fifteen time winner successful at the spa. The absolutely has a lot going for him. Coming into this forensic fire the six year. Old ron lombardi. And kelly breen mischievous alex for cash is king and elsie and saffi joseph herat ortiz coming out of the good try in the lexa. Tonia good alexa. Tony and Over to at saratoga without any impact but seemingly had a nice little half-mile work that Kind of signals readiness power for asmussen three technique for coach. Parcells in my engelhardt. Really good You got miles ahead. Showing up in here with rusty arnold Getting the horse. In from eddie. Pusa from florida montauk traffic. Linda rice special reserve mike maker Off of two really good efforts in the maryland sprint and the iowa sprint and sort of a now Kind of a now. Sprinter a terrific vanderbilt. The jim dandy where you got five that are facing off against essential quality. Dr jack masquerade waiver. And keep me in mind and risk taking taking the risk against essential quality and then the bowling green A lot of the usual suspects to say the least Bill mott emptying the the shadow bought sending channel maker read night and mood over. Miami for mrs. Lyons really good Here's sister sending kalua met with channel cat the man of war winter and cross-border three diamonds and maker really good jazz. Got a second time. North america that breakpoint the chilean rock emperor as well for chat really nice. And who am i. Missing sham rocket for donegal and for todd. So three terrific steak. Saturday look really looking forward to that card. And we'll get to the bing crosby in the monmouth oaks and everything else Between now and of course Tomorrow twin weekend preview right now Mike campbell standing by and i block was going to join us as well. Chris got a horse That is needed Emergency attention so. Chris had to beg off but Mike campbell Certainly can speak for illinois racing interests and the horsemen mike. Good morning good morning. mike This situation Continue to be monitored and the latest development as it were the seeming refusal by arlington to ask for twenty twenty two dates explain the ramifications of that and where things stand as of this morning the whole thoroughbred Dates from edged year are upset if churchill does not apply even as a placeholder for dates next year and. I'm not suggesting that they're going to run..

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"campbell" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

The Managing Partners Podcast

03:43 min | 10 months ago

"campbell" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

"Also looking to to finalize my bar in new york as well but it'd be someone looking. Yeah it's far to new york with a separate office up. There actually actually talked to a young young laura. She had just started a firm in the middle of the pandemic and She was french and she worked with french. Businesses trying to do business in the us and she joined things like There was a a french chamber of commerce and she speaks french force And she said that was a huge source for her. So i'm sure there's tons of things like that But i think there was a french. Steamer commerce in new york of the was. Actually one here in miami and there's actually a spanish shaab Sort of chamber of commerce and a german one. And that's where. I was starting to head towards the you know to to go to some of the events and connect with people there when the kinda head so well. Yeah things are returning a little bit that normal and I get out in talking to people meeting people on so hopefully. That'll that'll return to normal here soon. We'll be able to do this as thanks. So another from sean. Fun personal question. I don't speak spanish so alive less cape ice as what he's asking way but a personal question. Okay so i do speak english and spanish one. We my my my mother's puerto rican. So that's where it comes from yeah. I was born and raised here. But my mother's Okay so i do speak english and spanish one. We my my my mother's puerto rican. So that's where it comes from yeah. I was born and raised here. But my mother's puerto rican with spanish ultimately spanish descendants into spain and so forth on the canary islands. But yes and i can understand quite a bit of french but although my speaking i need practice with my friends so wonderful may poker plus a case. There is connect you with my french lawyer. Friend that i had on back a few months ago i think so i think it sends like cooking action and i can practise my french so much for coming on very excited about your podcast and the youtube channel thing. It was a great idea. I feel good. not enough. law law firms are really tapping into that. You know i feel like sometimes people just think well. We can't do that or we don't have the resources and Some of the is you know you just gotta take the next step and do it and you can use the phone or this mike have. It's a hundred bucks. It's not a big deal. But i think it's just you know having that initiative mega plan for it like you guys have done and just going for it. So that's excellent so kudos to that anyone should again again. Check out a her website from there. She's got links to her facebook and lincoln and all that stuff you check her out and follow her there. All you manage partners out there watching if you need. Help with marketing marketing. That's what my company does and You need to look at what regina and her from doing the doing great things. They have a great website so Something to check out. And i'm sure she'd love to answer the questions. You have When it comes to marketing about what. They're doing so regina anything else you'd like to add before we go. That's all thank you so much for having me so much for sharing and if it's a nice sunny day there in miami is a little overcast here we've got some rain going on so there to unfortunately you know you can't be sunny every day you have to. You have to have the opposite of your mind that have held a beautiful as it is funny and sometimes it encourages also other types of thoughts you know pennsylvania so it's like the light without the dark so the rain so good thanks so much for joining us have a good day weekend and everyone. We will see you soon bye.

"campbell" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

The Managing Partners Podcast

05:33 min | 10 months ago

"campbell" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

"If the child support guidelines comes back at twenty thousand a month you might argue okay. He'll pay for college. He'll put some money potentially in a child's trust account you know we want to ask the court to modify potentially downward to meet the child's actual needs which will still be fairly high but it won't be the other parent potentially having a windfall and maybe some of that money's put aside for child you can make the argument that maybe some of the child support's put into a trust that will ultimately be in the child's best interests. So you know whether it's by agreement or discussion with the court that's pretty much what it means by good fortune support case. No that makes sense. I guess that would be a little bit differently but The numbers familiar with so sean. Good question thank you for reading blog. Here's another one from sean. We'll go through a couple of questions now. Just because sean asked a about the bat so have you seen any trends in kobe..

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"campbell" Discussed on The CMO Podcast

The CMO Podcast

03:46 min | 10 months ago

"campbell" Discussed on The CMO Podcast

"If you are really connected to what your consumers are experiencing feeling intersecting that to them. Where can we genuinely show up and provide some value. I pick that's something we've done now repeatedly in. It's kind of been born during the. I had lots of snow days as a kid. I always had campbell's tomato soup on our snow days with grilled cheese with aggressive. Of course that was a ritual should still is. Yeah hey. I wanna get you to weigh in on onto the most frequently asked questions. I'm getting these days. And that is how do you retain and attract talent now which has always been a challenge for all of us. It's especially a challenge. Now and the second issue is how do you find your brand's voice in these times of such upheaval. Socially politically and economically your employees. Want to know what your voice is and so do your customers so those two issues on talent and on brand voice. What's.

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"campbell" Discussed on Review Party Dot Com

Review Party Dot Com

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"campbell" Discussed on Review Party Dot Com

"Some campbell's chicken noodle soup user sissy ebihara seventy six titles her review a great tasting soup that i've grown up with. I have grown up with this soup. I'm in my forties and this soup was around. When i was growing up as a child my mom had me this when she needed me to eat something quick and easy to fix or if she was tired of sick there were three other children besides myself makes for children. Plus mama parents were divorced. I remember when i became a teenager. I went through by only eating this soup. It's condensed so i would add some water. Let it come to a boil. Then munch out. I remember my mom allowed me to to only eat the soup for like six months. I don't know if that was good for my body but nothing bad ever happened now as older. I've raised my kids in grandchildren with the soup. It's so delicious and it's soup to be trusted. Know that with this. Can you will always get a can of awesomeness and amazing flavor. To hit your taste. Buds five stars. Okay i got. I got two things swing after that one. Yeah one Maybe the fondness the fond memories. I had of this soup that were looted to may maybe pushed to their absolute extreme here. Yeah which leads me to the next point. I think this bitch addicted to sue. I i don't know like we have. We have mind memories of campbell's condensed soup and sissy has memories of only campbell's condensed chicken noodle soup so she literally sites once six months straight. It was the only food she ate and nothing bad has happened for her body. How did she not just become a kidney stone. A kidney stone. That is very interesting. Because i thought this sounds kind of funny but this is a this is review on target. It says it's originally posted on campbell's dash. Us i went on the campbell site and couldn't find like a product page where people would leave reviews So i just googled. Sissy barra seventy six. And she's got a tiktok alway. Her tiktok is at need an organ. Donor need liver and kidney transplant. No you're you're kidding. I'm not kidding. There's there's another site you are l. e. dot com at need an organ donor So she's she's hustle and to get it not kickstarter..

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"campbell" Discussed on Impact Pricing

Impact Pricing

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"campbell" Discussed on Impact Pricing

"Make sure you have a process make sure you have a pricing committee. It sounds so like condescending and pedantic because you're like well, I don't need a committee. Right but pricing is is you kind of alluded to it's at the intersection of importance of uncomfortable. And whenever you have that happen, those are things that get deprioritized inside and organization constantly foreclosures only to establish my proposal send in principle just acting other drivers and see how much one goes for any big plans to sing is Dunkin Donuts. Welcome to impact pricing the podcast where we discuss pricing value and the recurring relationship between them. I'm marks diving today. Our guest is Patrick Campbell. Here are things you want to know up after before we start he is founder and CEO of profit. Well, which used to be called price intelligently. He's co-host of the pricing page tear down and a love that show and he has access to more subscription data than probably anybody else in the world. Welcome Patrick. Yeah. Thanks for having me. I'm glad you're a fan. We made it for pricing folks and not the other people watch it too. Cuz there's not a lot of us out there. There are not they're not so a couple of years ago. I was teaching pricing for a living and I got into this subscription thing and I said, well, I got to study this and figure actually to be really embarrassing in class people would ask me. How is this relate to subscription and I always say there's no difference, right so go back and cars off. It's it's always about willingness to pay a value. That's right exact but go back if a couple of years and when I decided I was going to get into it you were one of the people that I studied constantly off right? I'd probably read so much of your material seen so many of your videos. You are like a guru to me now there are others too, but you are absolutely gruesome. Thank you very much. Yeah. Yeah. I I'm embarrassed about that cuz I study so much still. So I feel like you know as they say the more, you know, the less you feel like, you know anything. So the more you know, you don't know so that's right. Absolutely. So, how did you get into pricing first.

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"campbell" Discussed on Technically 200

Technically 200

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"campbell" Discussed on Technically 200

"There's not that many of us but like. Super kind intelligent women amazing And those two places, so you know club meeting stuff like that going back to that. It's those niche. For lack of a better word Mitch clubs that like I found out about companies. They were You Know Hey, we know we don't have that. Many women are. You know sometimes they're training might not be in. This is not just Ge. Disney every company thought of working at. If? He's not willing I, but these times are different like again. I was searching for jobs, or all of this stuff happened. You know in two people looking for jobs now are. Looking for jobs in the future like if you're still in highschool. If company is not making a statement, or you know saying we're doing five million or a milk. Whatever whatever price tag? You know to an organization dedicated to helping black. Next or Hispanic, or you know any type of minority group right now. keep that in mind. She take noted that I think that made a difference for me like I'm like. Do they even care about diversity and inclusion like they don't want to work? They're not supporting people that look like me and at the end of it like. That's another thing too I should have said this many getting like. Sometimes you are. You're caught in the where you are. And I don't want people to think like Oh. Courtney muscle know work at companies fully support black people, and you know I wish companies did of course, but it's like you sometimes get. In that mindset of I have to work here because I need a job and it makes me so sad that that's how we feel, and like I have family members who are like that. You know I feel like I'm caught in this job because I'm black and I. Don't think people will hire me and you know I. Try to help as much as I can. As a new Grad you know telling. Students or like appears La you know all these companies have that mindset like Oh, like we're just hiring them for our diversity numbers or the their diversey hearts using their diversity higher. it's it's as berry such. It's murky waters like my whole brand. Just now told you like. It's such murky waters, but. The Times are changing signs and violence type thing like that is so true and it. Companies are willing to do that linked to say that you know say that we've done wrong or. It's owning up to it and taking action I. Think there's all this. You know an companies not wanting to do that. May put him at the bottom of your list. I don't know. Your silence. Speaks, volumes in his office so much louder than which are actually saying right aches, saqlain will so, where do you see yourself in? I I. Say the next five ten years, but just generally in the future. Where where do you see yourself headed? Kobe Kinda. Through us all for a loop, so maybe. It's yourself next week. I guess okay next five gladstone hopefully still have a job. So that's good. Still get paid a corporate America. But on that note, I hope and pray to feet in. I WANNA be in a company. I really loved on not saying I. Don't let the company I'm at now, but at the end of the day I wanNa make sure that I'm making positive change for people that may not have been listened to in the past. so specifically like I really love healthcare, and I've been really passionate about it. I lost my aunt to cancer back. In my junior high school and that was when that. That spark of like I don't think families should go through losing their. You know their family member to cancer specifically. You know people of color like we were. Disproportionately affected by things like that so. I don't know maybe it'll be in a healthcare. I just WANNA. Make sure I'm doing something that's positive for our community, or you know the world or something. That's a pretty lofty something pretty locked. Say but I WANNA make positive change advent of the day like I want to be able to say. I felt like I've changed somebody's life. Today Kinda thing at the end of the day. All I WANNA stay in technology I think for at least next ten years so I wanted to circle back to something that you had mentioned earlier in yeah your. Use of that both your parents are in stem. Yeah. And that was the case for me as well my dad. He's an insurance. My Mom, she was an you know she was a bookkeeper, and so are you know math Bethel's good join math. and. You Know You said that Your Dad was an engineer and your mom. She was also an. She was in I asked. Centuries has information systems. Yeah, okay, so in not to mention the fact that even the you said it was late US started with computer science back in high school. So when I think of some of the students that we serve at the Collagen just other women black lat next women, other women of color out there who may not have that type of exposure early on or or access to resources. How do you think about them getting connected? What are some things or some ways that you think they'd be able to to reach where you are and beyond? I definitely prefaces like I. I feel like even after getting a four year five year degree. That I know a lot, but I think there's so many things I don't know there's so many. I got gotten that breadth like I know a lot of different things, but a lot of different stuff and technology, but I don't have a certain focus I think that's the one big thing like. someone told me like maybe my sophomore year you should pick a a a language and focus like a programming language, because at the end of the day. You never know there might be a job opportunity that's just looking for. React and they want you to build a Web APP and reacts. So I think my biggest piece of advice is. There's so many things online like if you have the chance to access. You know, have an Internet connection or you know have a device that makes the Internet. there's tons of resources I still use to this day like there's. Like I said I, there's so many things i. don't know and. I go. I go to Google I. Essentially you know for every question I may have. but I also think it's another. I feel like a lot of her black women like women and minority people. I've met. That are super willing to talk about things that they've done in like how they've Kinda got their start. 'cause it's shocking. How many people have done boot camps in stuff like that? In also being bold with job applications, if you even if you feel like you're not qualified just supply. And as you think you only have like three out of. Five skills or something so apply. There's so many different coating curriculums out. That are free on top of that. You know we don't like to pay for things. Yeah that's where I got along with my like little skills like not even from my degree I got from. You know learning online or doing a. Little, coding tutorial or something we'll Courtney Campbell of the Ohio, State University fame, and did Yo- pre. I am so grateful for your time and for your inspiration. Yeah and I know that folks have loved hearing from. You can't wait to have them back for for our next episode, but also hopefully we can. We can do a follow up with you as well. Yeah Accordion Yeah thank you to you. Thanks for so much I. appreciate it. Appreciate the compliment. Every. Absolutely will thank so much and have a good one. Thank you to. The techincally two hundred podcast hosted by me. Mat Stevenson post production is handled by Norio Aurelio. Our theme music is produced and edited by DJ slights. Have a recommendation for block or Latin next. Feature! Email me at.

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"campbell" Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

The Bible Says What!?

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"campbell" Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

"I have no idea how these religious leaders are going to respond to my questions or what they are going to reveal to me about their personal lives. Today's conversation for me as a father as an empathetic human being was a tough one. I mentally put myself in the shoes of the suffering I, place myself in their situation and sometimes the experiences overwhelming. It's a flood of emotions and mental images that are difficult to suppress some of the answers I received in the pictures painted by today's guest. Still bothering me pastor Campbell story is another one of the many reasons I would never bow down to the Christian Deity even if he was a real being I'll never understand why anyone would want to worship such a monster. Let's start to show. Is there anything in the Bible that you yourself have an issue? Talk Turkey reading the Bible trivial thing for bad for you. I didn't. On Your own. Head. Bundy could be redeemed. God doesn't kill children. What do you think the pass overlay? Animals so he's able to forgive you. Pastor.

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"campbell" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"campbell" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Campbell raised some eyebrows with a video highlighting her travel hygiene routine it show the supermodel carefully sanitizing her seat on a plane wearing a face mask and this was long before they were required well that video quickly went viral and we're so happy to have Naomi Campbell with us here today to tell us about that and so much more and you know me I know a lot of people are gonna be following your lead now as they start to take to the skies again how much has that routine made a difference for you really made a difference to me I've been doing that racing team close to eighteen nineteen twenty years I started when a mosque along time ago and that was up the influence of bowing to Japan working there a lot and GST and that that was part of the culture so I thought it made sense cited wearing them as it travels Hey you're way ahead of the game and we're all following your lead now during this quarantine you've also been live daily on Instagram I love this you're working out with your trainer what's your message to those thousands who are tuning in and watching you and being inspired by you my message really is just to be positive to keep your mind body and spirit and a healthy place and the lights as your hearing I'm sure that you know that's not all this affects a lot of people I am mentally and national setting and anxieties getting higher and prices getting higher so it's really trying to just keep yourself in the place of calm and I feel like you cannot work in the body and getting the blood flow and circulation is all important all matters all connected and certainly does and we all have yes a lot more time on our hands and that means we can binge watch you as a judge on the new Amazon daily show making the cut one review says you were born to be a reality show judge tell us how you got involved in the fashion competition hi yes the ostomy Heidi Clune to be involved in the fact that if I could do making the cut and because of that I always think the show's take months a month to month I did do my own show called the space once and we did New York London and Australia Sydney and so I thought if it's going to take two months at a time I won't be able to do it anyway they changed dates in the shelter and it worked out and so I was happy to do it and with a lot of fun but most important to me when I do these shows it's about the design it's about the person is going to get the mentoring and learn the skills to enhance what it is that they're passionate about I love that we really appreciate your time today known Naomi Campbell thank you so.

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"campbell" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

10:14 min | 2 years ago

"campbell" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » 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 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"campbell" Discussed on 710 WOR

"K. I. M. Campbell C. A. M. P. B. E. L. L. let's get a check on how big this storm is going to be and more importantly where it's heading with weather channel meteorologist can Boone can thanks so much for joining us I really appreciate it sure no problem can yesterday we talked to Jeff more and he was talking about the storm forming Jeff Mars another meteorologist as you know I'm telling the listeners another meteorologist from the weather channel he said the storm was heading towards Florida it seemed to be at that time and it was going to be probably a category three now it seems like it's grown from there the predictions is that is that fair yes today certainly looks like a the storm looks like it will slow down more which is going to give it more time to strengthen so certainly today it looks like a slower moving but yet a stronger storm that it looked like at this time yesterday and we have more confidence now on that these predictions are actually to come through I I heard that the two models the American and European model at now mash a little bit more if they do in fact they're very close to having landfall the very same spot they're very near each other at a very close to the same time late Monday night into early Tuesday morning so they're coming into very good agreement and most of the models are the even the the smaller models are less popular models that are out there also coming into some pretty good agreement about the general formation strength and and path of the storm so definitely we're getting a little bit more sure of some of our forecast is some of the things that we see this storm doing historically when that happens when all the models come together and start to agree even though it's a couple days out is it am I right a couple days out it yes what does that mean does is it normally that that's the case it's gone both ways I mean there's been cases where the models have been in agreement and we we did we didn't see that scenario unfold and other other times it's been right on so I don't think you can gauge anything by you know based on the models agreeing right now but certainly that trend makes us feel pretty confident about kind of the general path that this is heading and you know just how big it's going to get when it stalls like you're talking about when it stills and sits over the water for a little bit does that make its its trajectory a little less predictable I'm a little bit you know what because it's all a timing so you know as it slowly moves in as it moves you know it starts to be impacted by different larger scale features that help spirit and you know the difference in a couple of miles here there could really mean the difference and you know a significant place or where it could eventually end up making a landfall so it will slow down here as we head through later today and tonight and into tomorrow I don't think it'll actually stall but it will actually will slow down quite a bit from where it is now and that is going to help it strength in and then we'll just have to watch the steering factors to see if indeed which one of I'm gonna have more of an impact on which way it goes is there a possibility that it guns north good yes Sir I did well is a very likely possibility that is going to come north there is still a there's still as as a hurricane yeah I'm going to have it yes that is a possibility that the less likely but there is still some solutions out there they could have it turned and and not miss and not make landfall in Florida potentially making landfall further north Georgia into the Carolinas but in general we do think it is going to take that turn in now that turn might occur after it makes landfall any good right along the coast obviously if it does that by the time he gets up through the mid Atlantic even in the northeast if it does sell it would certainly be far weaker some of the longer range models do have a kind of turning back off into the Atlantic in in potentially strengthening back but it would be well off shore if they did something like that late in the week towards next weekend so as of right now the most likely worst case scenario for a New Jersey and the New York area is what heavy rainfall yeah heavy rain it's still low ends up the remnant low of what it would be towards the end of next week and next week and continues to stay along the coast that could potentially mean some heavy rain for next week yeah right now though looks like most of the solutions want to push it back off shore which would be good news for the northeast economy to kind of move up through the Carolinas maybe in the Virginia before kind of moves more he gets kind of pushed off with a front that's coming through are projected to come through towards next weekend but worst case scenario I would say that potentially could be some heavy rain but right now that looks like less likely scenario that what we're seeing right now and some and the beach is with the the the surfer be stirred up for awhile right or yes definitely yes not not for the Labor Day weekend though would affect it wouldn't affect the Jersey Shore and out on Long Island and some of the beaches New York City it wouldn't affect them this early right now now any impacts for the beaches well we were talking and the next week at the earliest for the northeast more towards next weekend yeah this weekend will have.

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"campbell" Discussed on Albert Campbell with Wellfound

Albert Campbell with Wellfound

29:23 min | 3 years ago

"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. In the united states at occupied replied it was a it was helped by japanese japanese held korea iran in korea from nineteen thirty four so they've been there all those years and then when we do we just hand we occupied <hes> japan and we all agree so they were pretty well in bamako well then the north koreans had invaded south korea the and they moved right down and practically girls the united and the south korean vault rug much lap well anyway my long story short them waclaw waclaw than governor organized united states went in and drove them back and when they went back into actually invaded went into north korea and then and it was going really well and mcgarth or was he he didn't he didn't like chinese communist and so it's all well and the communist taken over in china and i guess he doing out or yeah an idiot but anyway so when you know we went back they went clear up to the reservoir which is right on the border order of china and then the chinese came over the whole thing went back down john is it went down in south korea has sold and <hes> that point then they finally kinda ducked behind them and drove back out again well anyway long story short by then it was february of a uh be one and <hes> and in the meantime meantime what happened with joan and safety and while i was on this farm and my buddy and i were gung on hold until we decided that we would join them rains okay so we went down to oklahoma city where we're conjoined while he was at my buddy was from oklahoma city and the dallas kind of a physician or surgeon or something. 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. They're looked like that that's better than escort cards in you know those aren't bad but as far as they were just tunnel at tesla they did have a floor however wasn't yeah <hes> so anyway we got there and <hes> an answer downtown account kind of governor organized and then they said oh by the way you're gonna be on yeah okay club so anyway they they they send us out and they they took the income of jeeplike thing now no like okay go. Turn the lights because you've got a sniper yeah found and said okay this. You're going to regard from here here the fly darden. I can't see this before your andrew your guard duty and then we'll take down to the other end okay the other one. Don't worry either end is don't don't fly like don't like cigarettes anything yeah wherever you are there. Was this one so oh there and all of a long night you know air all by oh yourself. You don't know what you're doing so anyway and then all of a sudden sudden boom all you can do sit out five of the city. Now we don't march you know bartsch vote just ongoing north one during that first artery go the life partner got like you know forever yeah and i was was guarding <hes> to call them feel well which petroleum okay. They were barreled in one happen tonight. Explaining flu okay yeah good call good cooler and the third mark coup the little scurry told you anyway survived that one law so all of those but <hes> we were privates goal airman first class uh-huh and an audio jordan was a we have to do that for about three or four wakes up magin almost every night and then they put me in charge of these generators. I never did anything else again. No more guard duty and then i work like crazy change only alone these things work <hes> and all of that take care of the logical parlance yeah and then yeah they sent me four guys go after thirty months such a good job auto started getting people coming in that we're had lower wrecked yeah so i allah retired. I just let them do it. Yeah and then we're in combat jones. <hes> we are what my call points and not more points you get to junior. Go home okay points. What's something that you could do. Earn points will just being there champion tom that on more than if you're the laura somewhere behind them just say eleven months eighteen oh uh-huh buddy who went over there at the same time i did. He was down reports on her someplace and he was there like a year and a half. Oh yeah he had some rank right. He was three strokes anyway. <hes> that was that part of the experience jordan every but really you know i would <hes> then then we had the interesting telling somebody the other day i guess last week tone talking to my daughter about that we would our pledge to worse clothes really and all you could you could send them out goups job to the locals and sometimes you get back sometimes you would you know the so we have the pick all the eighth yo which got free free postage jong had a a container made of fiberglass girls hard art and had strapped around it and so i would take my clothes and i put it in there and i said mother her. Okay take about two weeks. That's awesome if i sent my yeah so that was thank you all a castro strike. We'll see more fair what they were flon. Ruin mate call your you yet they will they will do they put mom on thing top of blondes and they were they file they were the bridges and stuff and uh they loaded up so they wouldn't even bother foot on hell or anything and they would find gone five minutes and we back proud evolve your i bet they they just set set during the cockpit and they've put the bomb or everywhere and then we've got interesting. The australians would fly that you were attached to the shoe. That's awesome great airplane. Really you know they have about six or eight. That's awesome. Do you ever get to work on any of those planes or were you. Just you know we have oh talent as we have fifty one. 's okay to got please your wallet someplace anyway. The <hes> one was <hes> was a jet. They were the ones that were finding some major and the ones where leftover from world war two they were great because they care colonel automotive ara for a fighter and and they would they give for bridges and and so they would crash a lot and what happened is they would comment with all those that needed needed something we leave out so we worked on troths have no idea what we're we do know that's very and then after we got it fixed up again they would turn them off their time on okay okay what they ever did with them. Yeah i know they ask yeah. Good manuals may take our show you how to do stuff and we will lead to engine panel. All you know no earthly the oregon we had had one on staff sergeant evans who would who knew a little bit until responsible size. Somebody knows something new awards up yeah. That's funny do you so you spent eleven months in korea was at the only time you you were sent abroad in. Your military service feels nice. The government just activated so i four years in guard had i was active duty for i guess you cou to us for years. Burger erected judy in the air force. Yeah yeah we going over for mon was do in the wintertime we got there november and it was the worst winter ever had robin to this day okay and <hes> what snow ours but changed on my car <hes> probably about thanksgiving thanksgiving shortly after okay okay until ah one i left there still long and that was in february one time the cia mush no they had. I could live there now. Lure rink piles of it yeah and then then in fact the time crush on time they gave us late. Go home for christians so my buddy's got. My car was a forty one ford. We could get the train at albany. 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.

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"campbell" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

05:02 min | 3 years ago

"campbell" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Campbell. Shadows faye? That's off. Little. No leaf. Can be. I know. Two. Fifty girls. Joe? No. And you need no. Take. Shadows. Romance. Closing. Even. What say she. Stay. Does she? Stepping outside. She's free. His.

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