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"campsie" Discussed on SPORTS GOOFS
"Birdie. You shot comparable really catch. Oh man i I feel bad now I knew it was going to hell already but for campsie double down a long time ago but still. Who's going next. I'll go just to come and keep with the game day menu it andrews some so this is kind of tough. I had a couple of different things. I was thinking about but this is one of the few times reminded sponsors. Basically it'd be based off of other mediums. That will go to me to to purchase something. I was originally going to suggest that current game playing. But i don't want it to kinda give single games non sponsors until i finish them because were on wrong the ending but you guys are wrestling. I live streaming right now as we see will not live streaming. I don't like that. Because i'm technologically technologically inept. But i'm giving you my my play-by-play as on washington set for plush. But one of my things. I like to do In my slow. Taiwan getting ready for the day. Comu- laugh his watch. The gaming channel up down down the has exhibited which new day awesome awesome creed wins as his handling of the austin creed I've watched for years. I love the man. Turn their loved everything and then they have like little segments what they created when the quarantine for sorry. It was up down. No the party as it had him says. Ro tile res adam cole baby who has now left very sad thing was like it was contract very sad but one of the things that we do is kind of plate. No with each other going from there to do with Social dizzy at just seeing the reactions and everybody loves you now. Know a person just like giving the cards and then you have the house rules and stuff like that but being able to observe your favorite wrestler play seeing their lives is kind of connection that i told myself man how this chance. What do i see on the psa network last week was we'll be saas. Who now the playstation four play voices album just like mary yet anywhere and consoles for four whole smack roles with the ultimate.
"campsie" Discussed on Follow Your Curiosity
"To follow your curiosity where we explore the inner workings of the creative process. I'm your host dancing oravec. Hey they're back with this week's creative pep talk and i'm going to offer up another short wisdom talk that i did recently after a guest on one of my talks asked me to explain what kyw's amuse creativity coaching is. It's been a while since i've done that. And there's nothing on the podcast that is specifically on that subject so i thought that it would be a great thing to share with you because kyw's muse is a little bit different than most forms of coaching especially life coaching. In fact it's quite different for reasons that you will shortly here. So i just wanted to share this with you to give you a better sense of who i am and where i'm coming from as a coach and you know you may find that this is something that you want to explore more for yourself because it works better for certain things and certain people than typical coaching does so without further ado here is my wisdom talk about what is kaizen. Muse creativity coaching. I was asked earlier to explain. Kyw's amuse creativity. Coaching is and. I thought that it would probably be a good idea to come on here and do a short talk. That just gets into that so that it's in the list for future reference so a wanted explain to you what kyw's news means because it does sound like a thing if you have never heard of it before so kaizen is the japanese word for continuous improvement through small steps and it is a word that tends to come up in a business context and as i mentioned in the other talk. Toyota is probably the company that has made it the most famous so they certainly are not the only ones who use it and it's it tends to mean ridiculously small steps. I haven't earlier talk where i talked about. Lowered expectations and small steps and examples of those because generally when i tell people about small steps. They don't believe me that there is small as they are. They are smaller than you think. And the reason that they're smaller than you think is because they work they get around fear and procrastination. Whatever because when you break down things into super small steps. They suddenly become obviously doable. And that's that's the kaizen piece of news. And we draw on the work of dr robert power and his book. One small step can change your life. The kaizen way for that part of kaiser news. He's part of our training program for campsie. The muses are a reimagining of the ancient muses as a set of creativity principles job danski. Who came up with this coaching methods. Along with bob our has a book called the nine modern day muses bodyguards so they were really ten principles but the bodyguard is sort of tacked on there as an extra in. The bodyguard is actually one of my favorites because the bodyguard is there to help you deflect criticism from everyone including yourself so if somebody just looks at your art project and says see. What's so special about that rather than internalizing it you call on your body guard and you know internally you can picture in his character or you can just picture it as so what. I'll do it anyway. And that takes care of that criticism not getting past their. You're outside so that you can continue to work without eating at you. And the muses involved things like self talk and intuition asking questions standing in your audacity and and other such principles and the really cool thing about us is that. It's not like a lot of other coaching methods. Because it's not focused on. Okay what's your goal. We're going to set this goal and we're going to break it into five steps and i'm gonna give you this this plan and every week you'll do these parts of the plan and suddenly obey at your goal because the creative process is not linear and in fact life tends to be less linear than we think it is or than we want it to be and so it takes that into account along with the fact that you no doubt in. Our abilities are work. And if we're even created at all is part of the creative process we usually forget what has worked for us before we get so stuck in where we are that. We can't see anything else. We compare ourselves to others. We get totally hung up on. Perfectionism convince ourselves that we're terrible that we were never meant to be sculptor author actor dancer photographer chef. Whatever it is and we convince ourselves that we have no business doing anything like that at all and then we wonder why we can't get started again. Plus it you know. The creative processes takes detours. You think you know where you're going. You feel really confident about it and then you go to take that step and suddenly nothing happens and you can't figure out why ties of news accounts for all of that. So for instance if a client comes to me and says hey nancy you know what i know. This is the stuff that we decided that. I was gonna take last week but it didn't work. I didn't do it and i'm so sorry. My response is not well. What's wrong with you. You sell down job and this is ridiculous and you need to get back on the horse. Just keep going because that's not gonna work. My response is that's okay. Let's talk about it what happened. You know what. What can you tell me about what happens. And in addition to all of the other tools and education and awareness that goes into the kaiser news process. I really believe that actively listening to the client is the biggest gun in my arsenal for one better metaphor. Because that's where the magic is. When i can listen to a client and say you know you keep saying that you're stuck because of this but you've actually mentioned this other thing in passing three separate times. Have you noticed that it makes them aware of other things that are in their consciousness that they might not have picked up on and then we can explore is is really the first thing that you mentioned or is it this other thing that keeps coming up something.
"campsie" Discussed on Space Nuts
"The the thing about turned mountains on neutron stars and it raining interesting question is a neutron star has a radius alike event horizon field which the master wouldn't be crushed to neutrons. if so what sort of sizes. I would it be possible with a huge enough straw. Have a core of neutron star material and announce across a bit less crushed. Be very interested to hear what you say. Thank you very much for your show. It's absolutely brilliant. Great thank you. thanks class. and thanks for the The good wishes appreciate it. Glad you enjoy it. What did he want to well. Let me let me begin by tunnicliffe that. My daddy's still living worcestershire lived. He lived for awhile in the village of campsie and then to his life moved to curse. Well green both of which are not too far from worcester Probably knows those socio black-tie wasn't he. You don't not far from the truth narendra without revealing any secret family history anyway. That's the story podcast. A so i forgot what they have. There's a neutron star of an event horizon. Yeah and the answer to that is no Because it is not sufficiently gravitationally collapsed. Scott in a neutron star has a dime comparable with the city. Tidbit typically tend to twenty kilometers across but a black hole as damage zero the that that actually causes the intense gravitational distortion of space time that gives rise to event horizon so a neutron star is just not collapsed enough. Not quite even though it's the last stop on the way to a black hole a style. That's not quite enough to collapse to a black hole will become a neutron star but not knowing then and although what you can do is calculate what the event horizon diameter would be if the neutron style was actually always mass concentrated in a single point. I'm not sure what the answer to that is. I should have looked up. But i do have in my head that if you collapsed all the mass of the sun to a single point and in fact. Yeah that's probably about the same because the sun is comparable in mass with the neutral cell usually bit more than the cell a syllabus. They're in the same region so the suns event horizon if it was if it's told us was in a single point would be about six kilometers in diameter so very small that's kinda smaller actually than a neutron stars physically but the bottom line is it doesn't colli doesn't form eventuality however the other bit of cloud question is relevant to though because we do think the people who built models new trump styles look like inside do believe that they structured in a way similar to what life has mentioned that..
"campsie" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"You've had great feedback from this. I we already talked about as it. Is this one of the songs for on the nation. I it is. It's the senate side so it's sort of these these song in many categories because One of the things that you know philip. Phyllis pointed out was. It's definitely crossover. And i hadn't really given much thought about. Where was i when people ask me. What my what genre songs. Where i'd i don't know you know whatever whatever you want. But she and bruce jackson who runs blast blast fm and mark rosner. Gave them all. Listen the all agreed. That it was crossover was definitely crossover and So we went with that you know. And that's that's kind of leading leading the charged with the new sound. Hopefully people like it and they'll take a take a look back at the first album. Say where where did this come from. And they can see a bit of evolution. Yeah that happens a lot Many artists crossover. I guess happenings none of time. But lately there's been quite a lot like Braford hip hop into latin and latin into hip off and Rock go a lot of influence from blues right. So but honestly you're the and this is the truth. You're the third artist this we that Described himself as More of a crossover and a combination john as versus one specific jarrah so it might be something that becomes a thing that people say. You're for the music. They don't put it in a certain category. Well when i was of a certain age once again To date myself but there there weren't somebody categories. It was either pop and rock and folk country and that was that was about it. I mean there was jazz and classical and and other stuff not not broken up until all these into all the sub-genre the different things that are going on going on now so yeah it's hard to categorize when you're sitting back someone like me. I'm just writing song and putting it out there and it's it's really up to whoever's listening to it to decide what the perspective is you can listen to promised land and see it as a gospel christian based type of song or you see it as a relationship and most of my songs are based on that dual perspective. Where you can you can look at it in one of two or three different ways based on a relationship that you're having spiritually a relationship that you're having a physically or a relationship that you're simply having emotionally with yourself the next two talks that we're gonna Listening to in the podcasts are from the First album take a little ride Do still offer and have the the limited edition contact us clues the lyrics. Yup still do When i when i did it i wanted to have Again old school. I have a what they call a glass master sees both be better or at least pay more for it and signed on then the then. The the packaging includes the lyric book. And you know. It's it's something that that i used to do. Every friday and saturday would get together with friends and we bring over the albums that we bought that we can. We share them. We share the experience. Pass around the stuff so i still wanted that. Touchy feely kind of thing going on. So the quick answer is yes because the timing was to be that april of last year we were going to do our cd release party and then covert through a pretty big ranch into that whole holier. So there's there's still a limited number get them while they're hot. Yeah is offered ban cam. Yeah ben campsie my only platform right now other than facebook. Good pop gut fat fun. That was the most incredible experience by album was reading the layer and toback story in the inside cover to me. That was the i thought it was. I stelter by final collection. That's growing and Some of those older albums. It's insane the amount of detail and worked. They put in to their albums and their but artwork inci cover. Oh yeah everybody was high in really into it right. So as like geez. I can't remember which zeppelin album it was but it was the one that came in the brown paper bag and when you pull the out was blank and for the longest time we didn't we didn't know what was going on and then one day somebody spilled beer on it at all. This graphic came out of the of the almond covering went holy cow. Like there was just.
"campsie" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"In your life anymore we we got the thing where where when we were doing some other podcasts. That might be a little right-leaning whatever the left lane in podcast like. Oh i guess that's who they are now and it's like you're not even looking at us as counter stuff for them. That's not the role. We want to double down on here while too like i was behind the pay while but didn't nobody knows about what you had to catch. La live not look. I'm not gonna say. I say cam campsie unless you've brandon collins. Man a kissed that community..
"campsie" Discussed on Science Friday
"The size of the core the thickness of the crust and the structure of the of the mantle of mars on that rebel. You know we we could sit on our laurels now and say no. We're done of course we're still alive on the planet. Were still alive. On the surface taking seismic data as we speak. And we'd like to first of all you know we find those those measurements. Get get them down to more precise values and we're looking at at new things where we're looking at. The possibility that seismic activity on mars might have a seasonal variation which is We have some hints of that now. Which would be very strange. And very a different than what we see on the earth There's lots of different rear kinds of quake signals that we're seeing that we don't understand yet so there's a lot to steal to to understand about mars. Well the things that. I'm hoping to learn about the You know for me. The fascinating thing about venus is that it is so similar in size to the earth. But it doesn't have played tectonics and we've been talking all about how planets lose their heat and how what's going on inside with the loss of that. He affects going on the surface. You earth has plate tectonics. Mars has these big volcanos in still has a faulting and so forth. Venus's crazy place in has a young surface you know it somewhat similar in age surface of the earth but it ended ended so big. Has this giant amount of heat heat engine that should be churning and producing something like played tectonics but it doesn't so the big question for me is how is it operating. What's the process. We think that it may have a lot to do with vulgarism. There's eighty percent of the surfaces covered in volcanoes and so maybe there's some kind of intermediate process where it loses a lot of heat through volcanoes erupt in the surface. And the other thing. That's truly fascinating to me is that we believe it has seduction zones where one of these plates is sinking into the mantle. And that is how everyone thinks. Plate tectonic started on the earth. You know. I didn't start out that way it. It didn't form plate. Tectonics informed the single plate. So this huge questions. How does plate tectonics start and that crossed is like billions and billions of years olds. We have little data to actually tell us how the earth made this massive transition to play tectonics which is so. You know dominated the evolution of the earth but on venus. We think we can study the process of seduction occurring today and to be able see how a planet maybe start down the path of plate. Tectonics to me is super fascinating. Well as our planet is turning we've run out of time unfortunately But bruce banner thank you. So much sues schmor- car thank you so much. You're very welcome. I'm really thrilled to to be able to talk about this. A pleasure thanks. Bruce banner is principal investigator for the mars. Insight mission and sues smart car. She's deputy principal investigator for the mars insight. Lander and the principal investigator. For the planned veritas space probe to venus. If you miss any part of this program or would like to hear it again. Subscribe to or ask your smart speaker to play science. Friday every day is now science. Friday say hi to us on social media facebook twitter instagram or email us. The address is sifi at science. Friday dot com sun feedback. And tell us what you like us to cover to iras back next week. I'm roxanne campsie..
"campsie" Discussed on Science Friday
"Is science friday. Roxanne campsie. I'm a longtime science journalist. And i'm happy to be filling in for ira this week. Later in the hour how viruses hang around longer than we thought in our bodies and rethinking disaster response but i will dive into some major science updates on kovic nineteen this week. The cdc released new guidelines for mask use in the us just months after many municipalities relaxed their mask mandates that's as health officials now recognize that the delta variant maybe far more transmissible than the original sars covy to strain from the start of the pandemic joining me now to talk about the new guidance and how to interpret it. Is sophie bushwick an editor at scientific american. Welcome back to science friday. Thank you so sophie. This wasn't really a surprise to anyone and not really pleasant news. There's been a return of mask guidance. Can you tell us about that. That's right with the delta variant driving. Cova numbers back up. The cdc has changed. Its mask recommendations again. And it's now saying that in areas with significant to hide kovic spread everyone even vaccinated. People should mask up in public indoor spaces. They also said that everyone in schools should be wearing masks. And if you live with someone who's immuno-compromised or an unvaccinated child it's also good to be masked even if you've already received your vaccine for context when when we're talking about mary with significant or high kovic spread at the moment that that's a category that covers about two thirds of all counties in the us and some communities are reinstating massenet's to go along with that guidance. Right a lot of this depends on where you are so for example in nevada this on a state level and in kansas city missouri on a city level. They've brief established mask mandates. But there's certain states who are saying. They're not going to have them so arizona. Pennsylvania south carolina. They've all said that. They're not going to reestablish mask mandates in those states It's definitely a different landscape. Depending on where you are in related news. Some municipalities and private companies even are moving to require vaccination. Is that something that we hadn't seen before for cova. There had been a reluctance to require people to get vaccinated and when the vaccines. I became available. A lot of people were voluntarily getting their jobs but as that rate has ticked down and as the rate of current buyers. Transmission has ticked up over. Just this past week. We seen a lot of government and private organizations saying look. We're serious now vaccines required. So google and facebook are going to be requiring vaccinations. New york city is saying that all city workers have to either get vaccinated or get tested weekly for the virus. The department of veterans affairs said that it's going to require frontline. Healthcare workers get vaccinated and in fact biden just has said that small and medium-sized businesses are going to get reimbursed. If they allow employees and families time off to get vaccinated so one of the big things that might prevent someone from getting vaccinated. That they'd simply don't have time to go get their shot so hopefully this will also help. It seems like a real changes happening but at the same time. Are there places where this isn't the case. Yes there has been some pushback against requiring any vaccine requirements at all so there's been five states who previously have passed legislation that bars businesses from requiring cova nineteen. Vaccinations so even if a private company wants to force its employees to get vaccinated. I cannot do that. And that's in tennessee. Arkansas utah north dakota and montana and in texas just this week governor abbot signs an executive order that says that entities that receive state funds cannot establish vaccine requirements. You know this is all very concerning and in other concerning news. There's a troubling story from francis week about a couple lab workers being infected with preowneds from the research. Can you tell us about that. That's correct a pre-owned is a type of protein that can make the regular proteins in the brain start folding abnormally and so these diseases they seem scary because they caused this progressive loss of brain function and often are fatal. The most common prey on disease. We've seen humans is called creutzfeldt-jacob and this is a disease that two french researchers who work with prawns have developed in the past couple of years and one of the scary about it is that it incubates for a long time so the case that we understand better a lab worker pricked her finger drew her late two layers of latex gloves back in two thousand ten and then she died of creutzfeld-jacob ten years later at only thirty three years old. What's happened. Most recently is another lab. Worker has been diagnosed with creutzfeld-jakob and so public research institutions in. France have said look. We're going to set up a three month. Moratorium on any pre-owned research until we can get to the bottom of what happened here and possibly set up new safety protocols to prevent this from happening again and it seems like there's still a little bit of mystery about whether the second case is truly from the lab. Is that right. that's right the first case. They are much more positive than it's from the lab. I because of the the researcher just remembering this incident where she pricked her finger but also she had variant creutzfeldt jacoeb which is a version of disease that previously had been caused by eating beef. That had a bovine form of prion disease but that outbreak had ended in two thousand and that variant had virtually disappeared outside of the lab. So the chance that she had coincidentally also got disease was negligible or nonexistent. So the government has basically shut down this type of research for the time being right. That's right and it's because you know. This is such a nefarious illness as you described so creutzfeld-jakob because it attacks proteins in the brain it just causes you lose brain function you lose mobility. It's very devastating disease and it ends in death and the fact that the researcher who we know contract it in two thousand and ten lived ten years not sure whether she was going to get this disease or not. It's just very devastating illness. Yeah it sounds like it now moving away from infectious disease and looking to the sky. There's new research this week about modeling clouds and how they fit into global warming estimates. Can you tell us about that. So clouds can have different effects depending on what type of cloud you've got what the local climate is. How much of the sky they cover and they're also very difficult to model so cloud is made up of all these little individual water drops. So if you're trying to model cloud cover across the whole globe that would require just an astronomical computing power. So we just have to use simpler. Simulations and previously researchers knew that cloud cover was going to affect the final numbers for global warming and should be included in models but they were just very difficult to get accurate estimates on so the question is where they going to exacerbate global warming by a great deal where they going to have a negligible effect where they going. To maybe mitigate it was still unknown but then in the past couple of months multiple studies have come out all looking at cloud cover and its effect on global warming and a lot of these now that we have more advanced machine learning models machine learning kind of stepping into the breach and helping figure out cloud behavior and model clouds in a way. That doesn't eat up tons of data but also is more accurate and what the studies are. Finding is that changing clouds will probably speed up global warming and make it worse. But they won't be doing it to an extreme worst case scenario level. It won't be as devastating as some previous models had suggested it might be well going from clouds to crowds all been watching the olympics. And one of the things that really stands out is the empty arenas you have a story this week about how that is affecting athletes. Psychologically that's right. We've seen throughout the pandemic sports events Have these empty stadiums. And in some cases they've sort of compensated by putting cutouts Of audience members or celebrities out there but at the olympics were really seeing empty arenas and foreign elite athlete.
"campsie" Discussed on Wrestling With FanBoy Mark Jabroni's Ring Rust
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"campsie" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND
"Exactly all of meatloaf the mama mia al gala anyway. So hellofresh the ingredients. They do all the shopping. They do all the measuring. And i'm assuming that you sort of learn a lot when you're making meals that they've mapped out for you you know. I learned how to cut onions last week. I didn't know there was a particular way you had to like lice. The onion one way and then you chop it and it comes off in little pieces. It's true onions are somewhat precarious. Man natural form crazy how that worked someone. just send a text. We made to burgers last night. They're so good. Yeah says the buffalo chicken amazing people. I'm so hungry. I know what you're not gonna eat before you skydive are you. I'm gonna eat before. I skydive andrew. I don't think is going to eat. He didn't eat much for dinner last night. He's definitely not eating this morning. He's already plotting on a puke session. Oh that's not good mood. My favorite day of the week is froggy food news thursday. Let's get into it today. Frog a few months ago pictures began popping up online showing that lays was going to introduce chips. That tastes like other chips. So what i mean is like it's lays potato chip that really thin potato chip that you're used to but it tastes like other things so now we have lays doritos of cool ranch chips. The doritos cool ranch flavor but on a lay's potato chip yes and now they're injured. Yes introducing ready for getting lay's cheetos cheese flavored so they're cheetos that our tastes like potato chips that taste like cheetos. That's nice and we're also getting onions potato chips that tastes like funds on all three of the chips available for a limited time. Only on target's website right now but they'll be stores very very soon. Thinking fundings was such a bronx thing to me like in the bronx. All my friends and i would go to like the little. Bodega get the funding. Jamie's brigham gone very careful how you say. This taco bells impressive ever changing menu is getting a little bit more exciting available now nationwide. They've got new flat bread tacos. What's got three different flavors. They got beef potato flat bread taco. They've got a loaded chicken flat bread taco and a loaded black bean flat bread. I can tell you this is the most dramatic food news you've ever done. I want them all. I see one of each. They're gonna all three of them. They'll be available only limited time. They're not going to be available forever. They're going to test them if they are very successful. They'll be available much longer now. Also if you've ever put oreos in a cabinet and you're tired of people eating them all the time oreos is coming to the rescue. They have paired up with green giant ford hanes and better homes and gardens oriole packaging. It looks like it's something else but it's got orioles something inside so nobody will your oriole's anymore. It looks like rice veggie cauliflower afford owner's manual a pack of t shirts or a cookbook. But it's got oreos inside and nobody each scandal here we go the countdown. The customer service. The top five customer service restaurants fast food restaurants in america number five burger king coming in at number four arby's service in rv's yes number. Three is five guys five guys. They're never hurts. Campsie kyrie and the number one customer service fast food restaurant but four year p. q. Because they're always so nice there and that's their whole model next time. Can you list of the worst. Because i have some for you again. Thanks to our. Our sponsors are partners hellofresh. You could save a lot of money. I got a good deal. If you go to hellofresh dot com slash elvis and use the promo code elvis. You get for fourteen free meals including free shipping as well that's hellofresh dot com slash elvis and use the promo code. He's straight and we're doing. The show. comfort means everything. That's why i only wear mac. Wellman the insanely comfortable brand. That's reinvented men's basics. So get twenty percents off your first order at macworld dot com slash elvis and then use promo code elvis. Hey want you know. I want autumn olympics raking leaves picking spring olympics. Oh yeah pumpkin. Smashing hawkin chunk pumpkin. We need the careful how we need more than the summer and winter olympics. We need full automobile. Nellie my favorite name of the day. I only want what wants me. That's good. i like that. That's good so flow doesn't want me on on Let's see what else is going on. Well let's start the very beginning Right now sitting in beautiful. Rv smack dab in the middle of the grand canyon. There's gandhi and diamond and andrew. Today they're jumping out of a plane. Sixteen thousand feet. Well two to three. Yes you're saying though. The rain stopped and now it started again. Yeah the rain stopped for a quick second and now it is back. So we'll see because this is all very weather dependent so we're hoping that it clears out of here because again once in a lifetime opportunity. I wanna see that view. I would love to do it. But if this weather doesn't hold them we'll be able to well. Can't you reschedule for tomorrow. Well tomorrow we have to hit the road and head to our next destination so we could potentially reschedule things but that creates a lot of complications. For some of our you know got you know. It's just add water and star. You gotta do it well. So where are you going tomorrow tomorrow. We are headed to to phoenix. I believe right. That's where we're yeah. We're headed to phoenix and then from phoenix. Were heading to sequoia sequoia and kings canyon. I know it's looks so pretty so beautiful and then from there we're going to head to yosemite which is also just incredible. So where will you be spending your weekend. You have two days off and you can go anywhere you wanna go. What are you gonna do this weekend. We're going to be in phoenix and we've been talking about potentially swinging by vegas to do some money. Losing cool. andrew should play golf and phoenix. It's beautiful there golf in phoenix okay. Maybe we don't have clubs or anything wrong on wait. You're going to try that. Rv down stripped over style rv down. I mean we could try a chevy chase movie. Good luck and god bless. Hey also as we speak if you go to team elvis dot com or team elvis dot org. You'll have a way to sponsor gandhi along her trip and the money raised goes to cookies for kids cancer to incredible organizations. You still fifteen more minutes. I do believe if you spend one hundred dollars or more cookies for kids. Cancer website by by going to team dot com one hundred dollars or more donation. A you will receive some.
"campsie" Discussed on The Box Of Oddities
"Of weber falls. Doc ferber and shannon campsie eaten road into the clearing where their cabin was located in campsie was sitting on the porch yelled out. He said hello shan. Don't you know me campsie. grabbed his rifle and took aim at eaton. Eaton pulled his gun and shot him dead on the porch. He then located ferber in a nearby clearing. He was working cattle that he had stolen and again demonstrated his amazing shooting ability in dropped. Ferber to the pasture. So this earned pistol pete. The first two notches on his pistol. Now because ferber in campsie were well-known cattle thieves eaten was hired as a detective by the cattlemen's association for gunning them down Within three months he had set off to find john fervor who had helped his brother and campsie steal and sell cattle in the missouri territory. as fate would have it the night before eating arrived ferber was killed in a card game so eaton attended the funeral just to make sure he was dead at the funeral. He learned that two more of the group that killed his father had a small ranch in the ozark so he set out to find them when he got there. He challenged them both to a duel and he killed them both only feet apart now. They're only there was only one surviving member of the regulators who had killed pistol pete's dad wiley campsie in one thousand. Nine hundred. Five eaten was serving as a deputy u s marshal under Isaac parker the hanging judge and during this time. He added six more notches to his pistol in the line. Duty in eighteen eighty seven while tracking cattle thieves. He learned that wiley. Campsie was tending bar in albuquerque new mexico so he got a hold of his friend pat garrett and they went out to To find him when they arrived. Campsie was tending bar with two of his gunman and eaten ordered campsie to quote. Fill your hand you son of a bitch. Oh and then shot him twice through the heart before campsie could even reach the rifle under his bar his two gunmen however were able to wound eaten. They shot him in the leg and in the left arm and pat. Garrett helped him out of the saloon and got him out of town and tended to his wounds and he completely recovered by the age of twenty seven. Frank eaton had event his father's murder by tracking down and killing all five. Men who were responsible in eighteen eighty nine he purchased A claim west of perkins. He married in eighteen ninety. He had two daughters. His wife died in one thousand nine hundred leaving frank a widower with two small daughters. He remarried in nineteen. Oh three has wife die. God knows it could've been anything pneumonia to avenge his wife's death from pneumonia. I'm on get you. Fluid in the lungs so remarries in nineteen. Oh three to a woman named anna together they had eight more children yeah. He owned a blacksmith shop. He was well known for his legendary antics. He was a bit of a local legend. One of the local children recalled later watching in fascination as eaten would walk barefoot on the steaming hot boiler of a steam engine and he would also pick up. Hot pieces of metal in his shop with his toes knows daughter. Elizabeth explained that her father had suffered from frostbite and he had no feeling in his feet. So this is how we can do that. No no we always wore cowboy hat a vast blue jeans frontier boots. He had a big bushy mustache and long braided hairy he was he had the look. Sounds like he had the look for years he batch. He entered team the youngsters. They would come out to his house and he'd sit on the porch. You need spin yarns about the old days and he'd show them lightning. Quick draw in nineteen twenty. Three students from oklahoma am college. Which is now. Oklahoma state saw pistol pete in a parade in thought he'd make a great mascot for the school so they asked him to pose for an artist. Eaten agreed and he became the original cowboy for oklahoma state university in nineteen fifty to fifty six. He wrote a weekly column for the newspaper. It was called pistol. Pete says and they were stories of his philosophy on life recollections from his frontier days and just humorous anecdotes he was quite a colorful guy in nineteen fifty two. He wrote his autobiography. The chicago tribune. Call the book and exciting genuine. Bit of americana. He was making tv appearances in his later. Years and even lectured at the university of oklahoma history class. Enduring one of the lectures. He accidentally fired his gun in the student. Union while demonstrating quick-draw and they actually have a plaque next to the hole in the wall in the student union. When that happened they asked him why he would carry a loaded gun and he said I'd rather have a pocketful full of rocks than an unloaded gun on tuesday morning april eighth nineteen fifty eight at the age of ninety seven frank. Eaten died in his sleep. At his home about a thousand people showed up for the funeral and The reverend ag mcgowan a longtime friend of eaton said of him at the funeral quote. He had a tough exterior but he was kind. In tenderhearted children loved him. he could quote shakespeare. Plato aristotle any new poetry after his death his revolver with the eleven notches the holster hat. Boots pocket watch fiddle and other effects were given to a local wichita businessmen. The guy's name was jimmy. Raza man was by eaton's daughter. She gave him that stuff in exchange for him buying eaten a headstone. In nineteen sixty five razu cts nephew. The nephew of the businessmen convinced him to lonely items to osu the items were displayed in a glass case on the third floor at the student union but shortly after they were put on display. They were stolen. The items were never recovered. Frank pistol pete eaten posthumously. Entered into the national cowboy hall of fame on march fifteenth. Nineteen ninety seven. I got information from eating home dot org wikipedia and time. You wanna see a picture of him yes please. Has there been a movie made about this. I'm sure there has been he. He's a beloved wild west frontier character. Here's a picture of him. We'll post this on social media aloe. Yeah that's some super success. He's super sassy cowboy guy and i love the fact that he lived to be ninety seven years old. He was born.
"campsie" Discussed on The Budget Minded Traveler
"That's not fair. I was a special version of when i got here. That's we call that montano early. I do but when. I got back here after a couple of weeks. Sergio was like you've done a good job at staying white. Well we stephen burns. I'm pretty proud of myself. Actually so Yeah after that afternoon was the when we took our paddleboard so after lunch that day we loaded paddleboard onto the boat and went a few days over to extensively a very small mangrove forest. We have no idea where like. Where are we going to return. There's a channel behind that goes in. Have to know where you're going from out there and so we could only go in with paddleboarding basically single or like kayaks tax or something but we had. It's so kayak so narrow it. We had to be single file. You're still like you could have easily you couldn't. I don't think at some point you could have fully reached your arms out. Yeah for sure you had to like pull in the huddle onto an a great blue. Heron took flight right in front of me and flew right down that narrow little town that was really cool or fish everywhere trumpet. Fish like skinny. ones Yeah we had that lagoon to ourselves because it's not on a map. Yeah actually it's you know it's there yeah can't find. It was super special peaceful. Yeah it was really really just lovely and that was that was. That was the next day we also did paddleboarding in the morning owner. Hey which was talk. There was a coral reef. Sal rays stingrays I saw a snake. A water snia starfish. A king angel fish. Those the black line. What's the spiky bar fish. I didn't see when they but no the like an urgent merchant urging growing this show many beautiful and it right there in front of camps and birds. Right any like there's melons and Herons it harvey bay. That was forget. Yeah forget. I mean it was it was it was a it was a wildlife safari and we were twenty feet from where we slept that night. You know and if you guys want to do this then you definitely need to pay attention to the end. 'cause i have a little surprise for you The that was that whole island trip was so it's called campsie so that was absolutely the highlight of trump. And i knew it was gonna be too like my expectations. Were already higher because people just like in my industry. People talk about this as like something i need to do. You know. finally it gets to go do this. If blew my expectations out of the water. So i had no expectations and wild me. Lord me yup very very very cool experience and definitely. My highlight has your. It's delicious so as mine..
"campsie" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM
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"campsie" Discussed on THE RAYHART RUNDOWN
"We're usually talk about movies right out the gate the F.. What I WANNA, do is I want to touch on some weird news. So some weird news is we have. KFC. No longer or at least for the time going to be using the phrase finger licking. Good. Really Yeah. Why? Why did I say why? Their thought process behind everything is is that you shouldn't be licking your fingers during covert. Snow seriously, like good point like it is a great point but that's the only reason. So. Yes. Pretty funny. So No, no finger lickin during Calvin nineteen. Sorry Campsie said so and they're clearly the the masters of finger licking. So. Wait. Are they still going to have the finger licking good sauce I? Don't I don't know maybe the sauce is amazing. They're going to change it maybe they'll be like no looking sauce. So. Yeah I thought that was weird. That was a little odd. For KFC. Taylor. I mean 'cause finger looking good. Has there thing for a very long time ever? It's been there. We've that way for years, and now now they're coming then telling everybody. Please doke not the not. So finger licking. Good. Yeah. So I thought that was weird. Let's see what else we got a weird some weird news here. Oh. Another thing that happened earlier this week zoom the video meeting like everyone's using zoom right without like dropped for the entire East Coast I. Believe it was really yeah. Seventeen thousand plus these probably just went to many people on servers they never they never came out and said, they literally never came out and said, here was the problem they just were like we fixed it as soon as possible. So like so many people couldn't like go to work essentially clock I duNno I dunno I got my job zoom meetings but like I guess I over seventeen thousand were late for work or late o'clock injured. School yeah or whatnot so. So, zoom got a big black with that one. I would even even heard her stock. I'm down by BET. So yeah, good job zoom. We only independent him since March whoops I mean at least they fix it right away at least it could've been worse they've been like, oh, it's GonNa be after three days you guys can all figure it out everybody's switched to skype. Ouch. Yeah. In. A Geek News the DC Phantom happened just as past weekend and the DC. Phantom announced all kinds of like DC superhero shows and movies and this type of stuff coming out and One of the things that they announced was the Snyder Cut Zach Snyder can't wait the Justice League. So it apparently is it's GonNa be available on Hbo Max, and it is apparently going to be four hours long can't wait..
"campsie" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast
"As recently as two, thousand, seventeen, seven, hundred and fifty four. Yards so. Seeing less than five hundred for heat, seeing less than four hundred rushing yards as a projection for camp does not to me does not inspire confidence. Should I be? Talk now. That was seemed more like a statement than a question yeah yeah. Yes. No? We also have him ranked outside of the top twelve quarterbacks, which when he's played sixteen games, he's never finished outside of the top twelve quarterbacks so I think it makes sense that there would be some area where we're projecting him to be worse than he has been because. We're expecting him to finish worse than he has. In, fact I think. Ben Said when he played sixteen games. He's never finished outside the top five right. Correct. Yeah, he's only put Games a few times. What one thing? I the one position that I don't necessarily always project sixteen games four and you'll see when we get to Miami is quarterback and I struggled with this I. I almost projected system for part of the season. But I. I wanted to do a full projection of campsie where he came out I. I have them a little bit higher than than heath in rushing, but I do think. He's a little older. Any wasn't necessarily running as much later in his career before he started getting banged up. And I expected, this team will be run heavy in the sense that they'll hand off a lot. And I think both Ethan I have a decent number of of run attempts. I'm significantly lower than heath, but he has over five hundred rush, which is quite a bit almost one hundred more than than league average. So you're in some of that. Because Cam Newton Russia's, but I think a lot of that in his projection in mind is that we're expecting this team to turn around. Hand the ball off the running backs quite a bit as well. Okay, so let's go to Ataman here and you guys haven't projected very similarly wide receiver twenty-eight for Heath Wide Receiver Twenty nine for Ben about eighty catches less than a thousand yards, five touchdowns, but more than nine hundred yards, and has been the most consistent player I mean on a sixteen game basis for like five or six years in a row. It is about one hundred catches eleven hundred yards. The touchdowns vary a little bit. But Cam Newton's only had one player that said more than eighty four catches, and that was Christian McCaffrey in two thousand eighteen, so that's exactly I think right around the range. Guys have Eshelman in instead of the regular one hundred catches. We're talking more like eighty to eighty four catches. Top thirty, but barely anything. You'd like to add about Julian Edelman you guys. You guys really arrived at about the same numbers for him. I feel very not confident in my Julian Elwin projection either direction really yeah. I feel I guess one thing to add is we talked about the titans, not seeing a lot of targets and you know people might note. The Cam Newton has targeted titans in his career. Obviously, Greg Olsen, and I believe. We talked about it after he signed that. You can kind of expect Julian. Edelman to take a lot of those types of Greg Olsen targets more in the middle of the field more in those shorter too short intermediate type depth of throw. I. Think That's who you would expect to be. The the Greg Olsen for Cam Newton, and so there's some pot. If you think about it that way, there's some positivity for his as targets to be. In relatively similar range, but both Keith, and I are projecting a lot fewer passes than than a typical Tom Brady team, and that just in itself is going to bring down his targets. It's going to bring down his receptions. And then you like like Adams, said Yep, you'd have to consider that. It's never really been a guy who who's targeted a ton of slop receivers. Newton is. As somebody who can extend play someone who ends up throwing downfield more and N and has had more success with outsiders. You're not very high on Sony Michelle. He ever Miss Rb. Forty two for heath forty for Ben James White though there's a bit of a gap here. Him As. Rb Twenty six, this is. Assume. Yes and Ben RB thirty four, and if you look at the catches. It's actually like the receiving totals. Aren't that much different? The rushing tolls are a little bit different. You both have James White for sixty to sixty five catches, marsh, five hundred yards, four or five touchdowns. so how is You know an eight spot gap in the projections, rb twenty six for heath rb thirty four Ben. It almost doesn't seem like twenty one more twenty, one more rush attempts heath. You have James White projected for yeah. I wonder if this is more about the guy doesn't sound like we have a huge difference in the number of fantasy points for projecting him for this may be more about been just having more of the young running backs projected for more fantasy points I do. Yeah I'm about twenty four fantasy points behind you on white. Some of it is that rushing. Some of it is a little bit lower receiving. some of that comes back to the team volume that we were talking about I. I also have REX Burkhead, playing a decent role in. If you look at these projections, I'm actually a little bit lower than you on Birkhead all, but if you think about percentage of total backfield points I I would be higher and I think he was banged up last year, but he was pretty good when when he played again, and I think they do trust him and use him in that Combo rushing and receiving role and I think that cuts into white, a little bit I finally Heath Patriots. Why so low on Keel Harry? You've got him projector for three hundred and ninety two yards, ben as a project for six hundred eighty six yards, and actually type of stats that make him you know maybe a streamer at some point. You do not appear all that interested in Queue Harry like I think and what you say with what been did with the Patriots number of plays, and he might be totally right about that is kind of what he's doing with Nicole Harry Nikiel here. He didn't give us any reason last year to believe that he's going to do anything, but he was a first round pick as a wide receiver, and there are things in his prospect pedigree been likes, and so he's just going to project him to take a leap this year. That I'M NOT PROJECTING FOR HIM I. Kind of felt like Mohammed was a little bit underrated. I don't think the Patriots are going to throw many passes. I do think Cam. We'll still dump it off to James White now. All that being said a possibility that this is the for second wide receiver. The bill belichick drafted. That's good and He might take a big leap, but it's I just I'm not projecting the leap that he is. That's a silly staff. Though like Belgium never drafted a first round receiver never drafted a player with Harry's pedigree, and just because they've had a lack of success at receiver doesn't mean every player. Player, the they drafted wide receiver is going to be a Boston was bad last year, but he was very bad last year and I agree with you. Actually have new a little higher than you think. Part of this is This projection is your I guess a little bit higher on element in a little higher on the running back, receiving rights and I have more of the targets going towards the wide receiver position over well and I think that goes back again. Like how many can you just real quick see the number of wide receiver targets that you have for them D- Well have them at sixty percent. In summit real quick, but They! The Patriots were at fifty nine percent last year and I think. I have a total of three hundred twenty seven targets for the white sheep. So that's actually I think a little bit lower than what it was last year that the two years before that. They basically didn't throw their wide receivers hardly at all compared to everyone else. They've always been at the very top of running back targets and made that that again could change. But Yeah I think that's probably part of it. As well as I just have more targets going to the combination of white, Birkhead Michelle Damian Harris Brandon bolden. All right, let's. Go to let's go to the bills here. The bills. Nine wins is the over under. Under.
Science, Interrupted - lives, loves, labs upended by COVID19
"Welcome to science friction on the Tash Mitchell and this is science interrupted and possibly radio interrupted because I have a puppy snoring very audibly and loudly at my fate right now working from home folks. It's tremendously difficult to think of not of not finishing the work. It's tremendously difficult booking with. Todd's is always a race against time as your money formation but the majority of the information are actually Mike. God really this pandemic has swift in Lancaster. Nami hasn't gotten caught us. All by complete surprise wherein collective state of shock really and for many scientists so much at stake use of experiments field work results. Clinical trials patients students the lives of lab animals the consequences for so many Deeply personal and in some cases could affect the lives of thousands of others and other species too so today on the show. Three scientists with three. Clemson's how are you? How are you going? Yeah yeah good bevy. What's been over and I met this morning by spin. Had this zone call with a bunch of other people from Perth and she was basically lap. Hold us on. He's a roller coaster. Look to Paula. Magni won fame lab Australia competition last year. And she's a senior lecturer in forensic science at Murdoch University in Perth at my husband across line pharmacist in Perth so possibly meeting people affected by Kobe. Nine hundred every single day but right now Paul easing Singapore where she also works as deputy dean of Murdoch University's campus there. Her baby daughter with her and Shayna husband don't know when they'll be able to be reunited. He was going to be concerned. Who are going to be concerned as well but this is probably the best option for the moment. We hope that these are going to be only for a while but for the moment it is what it is and not say his daughter for very many many months. Yeah so they can see each other only by by video call. That is a huge gift. Imagine these happening ten years ago or more could be better than years ago but the situation is changing. So much isn't it? It's still very unclear what's going to happen with international flights around the world. Yeah absolutely impossible to make any predictions at the moment. Also because Australia is getting way better especially Western Australia. Because he's very much aware from every everybody else. Singapore is experiencing a second important peak of cases compared to other countries. We are leaving this situation pretty pretty well. Syncopal learned a lot from this SARS situation and we didn't have many cases at all until a few weeks ago when they borders. Were going to be closed. Many people from all over the world wanted to come back to Singapore and they came back or seek your Italian and the saints. Coming out of Italy of Bain very very distressing during this pandemic rot from early on. What does that make food for you and your family in Italy? I speak with them every day and I make sure that they have everything they need. I've managed to the to do online shopping for them from Singapore to have them home. My grandmother she turned ninety seven last week. And the she's safe and sound in a healthcare facility but this is the first time in live in which he doesn't see my mom my Auntie for more than two days in a row and they edge facilities at being locked down so yeah. It's an interesting learning curve for for the family and there's also a big exercise Of Trust for the words day in the facilities Singapore has now gone into a lockdown and polar and colleagues having to move really fast to put their university courses online. She's also supporting students around the world with their projects now influx and Maija grant application processes of import on pause to then this Horon Research. You'll work as a forensic scientist into an expert on many crime scene investigations in Italy. You're now doing forensic science research here in Australia. And you shared this curious photo with me of what you describe as your babies back in the land in Perth in Western Australia. And it had me totally intrigued. What is it a fraud all? So my baby's baby Bob Nichols not people say barnacles as babies about Research I USED NICHOLS FOR CLEVELAND. Investigation when aboard US found in a in aquatic environments in the Ocean. So because bunny goes at annoying. They attach on anything that he's flogging. It is underwater and they stuck on that we can identify what they Ya. So where is the body confront? From how long the bodies in water and also the journey the talk the body from the primary campsie what was dumped in the ocean to the place where the body was found so they can be very interesting but it is not that to do this kind of research. We need to have colonies of Barnacles in in the lab so we keep having them in in Aquaria but the they eat small because Kobe algae so we had to grow the algae as well. You can now go to the supermarket and Buy Balaji and beside that. I work input on seeking to. Malaysia is whether it is the study of insects and we have colonies of flos is in as well is very difficult to keep up with them with the colonies at the moment when a when they laboratories have been shot because often of the issue that is going on. It's incredible work so you've got. These baby barnacles back in the lab in Perth. And will they die because the I guess? Barnacles barnacles one concern but there are labs all over the world with experimental animals of all shapes sizes and varieties and species from Retz to mice and onwards barnacles to that possibly going to be compromised or cold. Because of this global shutdown. I will say maybe the research would be compromised. The life of the of the animal is probably not because all the university have the ethical necessity of looking after all the animals that they have so all. The university have in place measures to look after all the animals in the different labs. I was a bit dramatic because I miss my babies. I guess when I think about my Banoco sometimes you feel like what he's the. Utd All my job in the big scheme in the big picture of things really for researchers. Like me probe's is a big wakeup call about the the importance of your search but at the same time that the world is big and many other things are important on a different scale. So I remember the first had with Bundy cars and the head. The mother of this guy that was found on the shore there was crying on this loss and I was the only personal gather information that could give a piece bring justice to this family bring closure to the victim so these another victim. He's not a cove in nineteen victim but my research he's
Whiskey Quickie: Yellowstone Select Bourbon
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What's at stake in Taiwan's election?
"Voters in Taiwan heading to the polls eleventh of January two elected president to appoint a new batch of national lawmakers so president sign one is seeking second term in office meanwhile center-left Democratic Progressive Party is hoping to hold onto its large majority in parliament. The the DP up against the resurgent Wilmington the centre-right KMT sent into opposition. After a heavy defeat in two thousand sixteen general election what is being rebuilding mode ever since with mixed results as election day. Nears present size looking like a shoe in to be reelected most polls give her a commanding lead over her closest rival handle you. The of the opposition came a hand. Upset you not be totally ruled out the populace mayor of Shem mm-hmm did cause a shock in two thousand eighteen by winning control of a DP stronghold with little party backing but since then his star seems to faded under the national spotlight. And is it using credit style on the campaign trail seems less suited to carrying the entire country a victory for president side cap off a remarkable twelve months incumbent woman dollar only one year ago no one would have predicted. The current president is being returned to office. That's the possibility of CY. Winning a double digit margin was around this time last year. When Monaco interviewed the president of the Palestine Taipei back then. The DP was still reeling from a drubbing. In local elections and size. Personal popularity has plummeted after pushing through some unpopular. Pension reforms. Unnecessary tonic Taiwan. That was looking like a poison chalice for the President Cup payments and you affect a lot of people's income income that is source of discontent and we pay a lot inputting comprises so just. How did this remarkable turnaround come about. The answer is simple. Because of China general elections Taiwan inevitably tune on national security courtesy and the twenty twenty almost become a single issue election washing self-governing island's future relationship look like with mainland China vote for the DP a greater independence or take the came teebox but closer economic ties. Everything that China did in two thousand nineteen seem to play into Taiwanese fears and strengthened president size hand from fighter jets buzzing Taiwanese space and holding intimidating war games to to a saber-rattling speech by Chinese president. Xi Jinping that started the clock in Beijing on re-unification Bollywood's hygiene Egypt. Be All torture the sheets. Yeah during in his time president size being transformed into defender of Taiwanese sovereignty and on the other hand had to stop binding the drums so loudly for close economic. Don't make ties with the mainland for fear coming across his too pro China demographics in Taiwan favored the DP these days young voters are increasingly identifying themselves as Taiwanese rather than Chinese and during this election will be around one million first time boches. You support is tilted in size favor and the let's go. Gods were also shining on the president. When the popular mayor of Taipei ruled himself out of the running hand was not so lucky. An alternative Pro Beijing candidate ended the race in November and could take votes away from him. Nevertheless the biggest election miracle has been ongoing pro-democracy street protests in Hong Kong Home New Year's speech in two thousand nineteen the Chinese president pushed for the Hong Kong government known as One Country Two Systems. It to be implemented in Taiwan in Beijing's is Hong Kong was a successful president that could convince the renegade island to choose reunification but not anymore the Hong Kong protests have lifted the veil on what one country two systems could really mean and allowed president sized campaign team to make a central election issue in Taiwan talk of Hong Kong today becoming Taiwan tomorrow as trump the economy and pension reform. President Cy came out and supported after the protesters while Han. An issue state silent. The president's terrific has talked off my strong support from the trump White House and in Congress. Think the conversation that happened this week with the president of Taiwan was was a courtesy. Call comes out today sedate so I may not have it all her own way. One of the results to watch out for this weekend is whether the DPP can hold onto. Its parliamentary majority. There are a host of new parties vying for seats alongside the CAMPSIE and some voters may want to put the brakes on the DPP's unchecked lawmaking authority the danger of a big. DPP Win is that it may convince. Party bigwigs to push for an official referendum on independence and make it more difficult for president side to maintain the status quo size. Actually moderate in her party and she is seen as holding back some of the hardliners like her running mate vice president. William lie was repeatedly called Autobahn to officially break ties with China. Taiwanese independence absolute. No no for Beijing. We spoke to cy last year. She refused to rule out two referendum. After the election response to us can be summed up as follows. Thailand is a democracy It's not the leader. Who makes the decision
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