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Texas Set to Allow Unlicensed Handgun Carry Despite Outcry
"Texas is about to become the latest state to allow people to openly carry handguns without a permit Michael Cargill own central Texas gun works his business is to train people on how to safely handle firearms how to shoot know how to hold the all that stuff you know you can be a danger to yourself or someone else if you don't learn proficiency if you're not proficient with a firearm Texas is about to become the latest and most popular state to allow residents to carry a handgun in public without permit background check or training fort bend county sheriff Eric Fagan says the new measure will put police and civilians at risk if you're in there with a gun even though you're a good guy I don't know that all I know is you a person with a gun we're gonna take you down Texas already allows people to carry rifles in public without a permit I'm Jim acquire
Agriculture Industry Bets on Carbon as a New Cash Crop
"The newest cash crop for farmers may be greenhouse gas some farmers who normally make their living raising crops in the soil are now getting paid to use those plans to capture carbon dioxide from the air and put it back in their fields. Big agricultural companies including bayer and cargill are jockeying startups. On these initiatives their goal is to incentivize farmers to adopt climate-friendly practices and developed markets for carbon for more on the story. We have jacob bungee who covers the agriculture industry for the wall street journal. He spoke with our charlie turner jacob. How exactly does this. Carbon capture system work. This is a system. That's based around voluntary offsets or credits. Being purchased by companies and these could be food companies. that could be an energy company. It could be tech company that says they want to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions by some amount or achieve net zero emissions in one way that they're now going to be able to do. This is by effectively. Paying farmers who raise crops like corn and soybeans to manage their farms in such a way that the fields the soil captures carbon and stores it in the dirt and the reason for that is because plans grow. They withdraw carbon dioxide from the air. They use this in the process of photosynthesis to produce energy to grow In that process the plants then release carbon into the soil. there's no federal requirement for companies to offset their greenhouse gas emissions by buying credits from farmers. So why are companies interested in this over the last ten twenty years even longer you can see examples of consumer facing companies. Want be more sustainable and any number of reasons for this. I mean some of the have this. As part of their corporate mission as important to the founders in other cases it helps draw consumers to companies and and try to have more of a warm and fuzzy feeling by using their products or services. And so while there's no federal requirements for these companies to go and purchase carbon credits or or reduce their greenhouse gas emissions. There's a commercial incentive to do. So could you points with consumers it can be for all the the companies view. It could be the right thing to do. Farmers have long struggled with low crop. Prices how does this benefit them. Well the benefit for a farmer could be getting a check for doing this. This stuff that we talk about which for a lot of them is the type of thing that they're doing anyway to enrich their soil to get better crop yields for their typical crops and the end result is as we say is that farmers can potentially get paid for this. The company is a are pursuing. This we mentioned some of them. Bear the owner of the monsanto seed business a big agricultural company cargill one of the biggest traders of grain in the world. There's some startups pursuing. This and the idea here is that they can quantify how much carbon these farmers are are questioning in their fields with these practices a certain number of tons per acre they can be paid by the ton or paid by the acre for these practices. All these programs now are in their infancy. In some cases they're pilots and other cases they're meant to be long lasting things with just that the the first innings however the companies that are pursuing this as well as some of the farmers are hopeful that a demand from big companies that want to reduce their carbon footprint or be able to offset parts of their businesses. Might come into this market. Push up the prices for these credits. At the farmers are generating and then in turn produce more income for the farmers jacob. What do environmental activists say about offering credits for carbon capture. Well broadly speaking to the environmental community supports the basic idea. Here that if you manage farm in a more environmentally or climate-friendly way they can have an impact on carbon in the atmosphere and the way that these things are structured. They've got some questions. Some reservations One just in some sense being a philosophical one that if you are offering are making available to a polluting company a carbon offsets that reduces the the environmental groups fear that reduces the incentive for that polluting company to clean up its own operations can continue to function as it has been And pay farmers on the other side. And how does the incoming biden administration intend to approach these sorts of programs. Well tom vilsek. Who was an advisor to the biden campaign and now has been picked to potentially head the usda again. He led the the us department of agriculture during president obama's terms he's talked about putting federal. Usda conservation program funding behind this idea effectively using some conservation programs to incentivize farmers in the same way so the biden administration plans to to put the the federal emphasis behind this same exact idea
Nestle, Cargill at high court in child labor case
"Child labor laws are before the Supreme Court today. It's a case brought by six Africans against US chocolate companies. The plaintiffs from Molly say they were trafficked as Children and forced to work long hours on the Ivory Coast cocoa farms and kept at night in locked shacks. The suit against Nestle USA seeks damages and argues that the company should better monitor child labor on the farms. The Washington Post reports. Child labor is why Spread on the cocoa farms of West Africa, or about two thirds of the world's cocoa is grown
Complaints Made Against Turkey Producer, Cargill
"Nonprofit groups have filed the petition with the federal trade commission against cargo one of the nation's largest turkey producers the complaint alleges cargill makes misleading labelling claims by suggesting independent family farms play a role in the production process. Angela huffman with a family farm action alliance says given the company size and scope. the labels. Don't match what's happening. These are not truly independent. family farms. Cargill is controlling the process the hallway through she contends the turkeys are largely produced in a factory farm setting the complaint also mentions concerns about worker safety and the company's environmental impact and asks the ftc to investigate. The company declined a request for comment. But its website says its programs are in compliance with legal requirements. I'm mike
Mahmudr in the Geluk and Kagy Traditions
"Maybe we'll start with. Way Your interest in Mahamoud. Way Did that how did that come about? When was that? So since by had? I probably I got interested in Mahamoud per se early in Grad school or perhaps a little bit before that might regional interest in Buddhism back in high school days early in college was mostly in San and I always expected that would be the form of Buddhism than I ended up practicing but the as says avid my then girlfriend now wife and I ended up traveling overland India in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, three into nineteen, seventy four, and then ended up at coupon monastery just outside. Katmandu where we studied where Rama Tipton yesterday in London Lumberton. And those famous co concourses which are still ongoing by merrily introductions allom Rim to the stages of the path of course. Llamas, OBA has a particular particularly in those days maybe a little. So I don't know He had a particular teaching style wary if you're at a month course, you could pretty much be sure that half the time was going to be spent in the lower rounds. So he did delight in. Those and Mama yesterday would, of course come in and remind us that we all had put a nature. So it was kind of A. Tough. Cop Nice cop routine and away. And you know he was he was a it was kind of overwhelming for me despite my interest. But as despite my having majored in religion in college and so forth. But. All the complication you know both the details of rim, how Karma works all the different realms, the scholastic arguments back and forth about beginning less mind an emptiness and so forth all of it was incredibly impressive. They were particularly impressive as practitioners as people who lived out what they had studied on what they were teaching but I I also began in in the few the few hours that were that I had hadn't disposal to to read. I think it was probably some poems by Miller wrap up where Branson book by John Blow Fouls, which just had a little bit of discussion. Mahmoud. and. The way the way I took it brightly. At times this reminds me a lot of ZAP it a bid, it short circuits all the detail, all the ritual, all the scholasticism. All those kinds of things that just tells you to realize the nature of your mind. So it appealed to me. Even that? Sort of a a hidden card. Yuba. Lurking inside this is fledgling gay look back. And I kept that in mind when. Year or so you're a half later I ended up graduate school at the University of Wisconsin, studying under shapes up SOPA. who was the first as far as I know the first Betton tenure at American University, certainly the first Tibetan guess. Who was tenured at American University and again to to study with guesses OPA both in the context of the graduate program that Wisconsin and at the deer park would a center as it's now called. Founded. In the mid seventies was too steep yourself in again are a great deal of the the complexity, the ritual, the richness, certainly of of the gaylord actual tradition and once again. The. Reading Mamo drawn decide what kind of balanced helped balance things out for me. So the number of the papers I wrote at Grad School, you know we're on the Mosit- as of India or or soccer punditocracy critiques of Mahamoud, draw various topics like that. So I, you know even in Grad school I I had this interest You know it sometimes said about Chinese practitioners. They're confusions during the day and Taoists. At Night I. Think a part of me that's was during the day and At night. Of course went when I began to discover that was that there was a whole Gaelic tradition of Mambo. I'd been vaguely aware of because it was a little translation that had come out at the library of Tibetan works in archives and. I read through that and So you know after I got Grad school sort of begun by my teaching career. I. Along with rank, of course, bring my dissertation into book form of pretty much everybody wants to do at some point are almost everybody wants to. Buy began to again sort of on the side begin to begin to investigate Gaylord Mabul dress, and so that's at least in terms of the genesis of this I. Guess That's That's how I would I would explain it. In a this dungeon have any. Teachers. Teaching. Mahmoud to you know you know during we went and saw on trump shays league. Once in Chicago he was notoriously late. He was typically drinking soccer when he was typically brilliant. So you know everything we had heard was true. And I think later in the seventies and into the eighties I began to to go occasionally to cognitive teacher but no, I did not have a regular. Teacher and I. I guess it's fair to say that I really never had a sort of regular teacher although in more recent years I've studied some weakening. European. Fortunately for us has his world had ordered in Minneapolis just. Just a few miles from where we live. So now, my my interest I mean I was interested in cognitive because if you're interested in mom will address even from the Gaylord stand going you clearly have to begin researching. Kogyo because. Even, some texts presents the. Is Fine Llamas. Book with. Alex. burs. The gala argue slash kagyu tradition of Mahamoud address. Implies that it's a kind of a sing credit tradition or a synthetic traditional might be a slightly better word So you and it's very clear that the first Panchen Lama who was one of the tutors of style on one of the truly great figures Gael history. He clearly was familiar with cargill literature and and it would seem with some Kogyo practices so. In my in the process of beginning to research, Ma Gala Mambo. Dry Inevitably had to begin reading at least a lot in In the calculator corresponded with scholars argue. Of various sorts Michael. Roy. David Jackson others. Of course the way these things work you you've you dig into you want your insulin gay look initially you dig into the cog you and then you get into the cockpit realize Oh God. All this comes from India and you've got to go back and look again at Sada. High and the other message you gotta look at the time. TRAS. Very, clearly, the textual a kind of sources for Mahmoud to discourse and behind that. Then of course, always these claims that there's a Sutra Mabul dry and so you begin digging around in sutures that may mention the word or may talk about ideas that are similar and so. I ended up going down this kind of rabbit, hole. That led me deeper and deeper back into Indian tradition and it started out as really odd. I'll do a few little translations and right any production suddenly was this Gargantuan projects that threatened to be about just about everything in. Indian. In Tibetan. Buddhism. Because in a weird way Mamo Dra, it was said, could be found everywhere in India, wants about bottles.
Will a Universal Basic Income finally get a real shot?
"You can say one thing for the current crisis. It's given us a chance to try a lot of things that we might never have had the will to do otherwise I amongst those just giving people money okay not everyone but millions and millions of people in Canada and not forever but at least for a few months and this isn't a new idea. It's been around in some form or another for decades. You probably know it as universal basic income and you might associate it with the most progressive voices come the liberal side of the spectrum and you may also associate the opposition to it with complaints of lazy people want free cash instead of working but despite having a long history as a potential way to ease poverty and improve health. This has never been tried on a large scale or for a long time. So the people arguing on either side of it have never had enough evidence to prove their point. So it's been a political football until like with so many things. These days along came the virus and now getting money to people who need it quickly is absolutely essential governments around the world even the most conservative of them have done that and those who support or oppose that kind of policy have mostly agreed on the need for it. It's what happens next. And what we learned from that will determine if we finally give a universal basic income. A real shot. So we'll explain history of the policy small tests that we've seen on it be political behind it and whether or not it will stick around when we get out of this current mass. And we'll do that as soon as Claire gives the details on this current mess cargill is dealing with the outbreak at one of its meat processing plants. This one isn't Schambori Quebec southeast of Montreal. Sixty four workers have tested positive. There cargill had another outbreak a few weeks ago at a beef packing plant in high river. Alberta in that outbreak more than nine hundred workers tested positive. It reopened last week after a two-week shutdown also in Quebec schools in the western part of the province are set to reopen today but attendance is optional. Desks will be spaced apart. And there can be no more than fifteen kids in a classroom at a time. Ontario reported the lowest number of cases of Cova nineteen for the province on Sunday since March. Two hundred ninety four new cases. And this comes. The province reopens Provincial Parks and Conservation Areas. Although camping is still not allowed and things like beaches playgrounds and public washrooms are still off limits. And lastly schedule and is suspending the sale of alcohol in the Northern Community of La Lush to help control the spread of cove in nineteen. The alcohol store will be closed for two weeks. To prevent people from gathering. There will be support for those at risk of alcohol withdrawal as of Sunday evening. Sixty eight thousand eight hundred and forty eight cases of covert nineteen in Canada with four thousand nine hundred and seventy deaths. I'm Jordan Heath Rawlings. This is the big story Max. Faucet is a writer and a reporter for many publications including on this project for the Walrus. Hey Max he joined our. I'm doing as well as can be expected. Which is how everybody should hopefully answer that question. These days you start by defining What is a universal basic income Broad is that term. And what does it mean? Sure so I mean you know this is an idea that's been around for some time now and and there can be competing definitions and I suspect. We'll get into that in a second but the one that I adhere to the one that you know certainly I informed Andrew Yang's campaign in the United States and that has been informing most of the conversation about UBA. Right now is It has three conditions it's automatic. It's unconditional in its non-withdrawal. So basically that means it comes every month doesn't matter who you are you get it. You could be making a lot of money or a little money and you get it. And then it's non withdraw so It's not means tested. So it doesn't get clawed back you know as you as you make more money you know. There's much conversation on you know econ twitter about various amendments and adjustments to that formula. But I think that's a good way to think about it. Can you give me a little history of it? You mentioned it's been around for a long time Has it been tried for real anywhere where to come from that? Depends on your definition of for real right. I think people look at the idea of giving people money from the government. And they think well this must be a left-wing idea but actually the first real experiments with it happened in the nineteen sixties and early nineteen seventies and it was driven by a Richard Nixon and Milton Friedman. Who is the father of supply-side economics? Yeah they saw it as a way to replace the welfare system and so they their idea of a basic income is not quite the way I just defined it. It was something called a negative income tax. And so let me. Just get a tiny bit. Wonka share the way it worked in their conception is basically they would give people a percentage of the difference between their income and defined income cutoff or like the point where they start paying income taxes so if they set the cutoff at let's say forty thousand dollars and the negative income tax percentage was fifty percent. Someone who made twenty thousand dollars a year would get ten thousand dollars from the government. They made thirty five thousand they would get two thousand and from the government so is this sort of sliding scale where topped you up up until a certain point and then it went away right. They cancelled it in one thousand nine hundred and you know the the the Reagan era kind of buried it under under Nixon's legacy in Canada. Did something called the men come experiment? Which was the Manitoba Basic Income Experiment? That was more that was closer to the basic income that that I described earlier in the one that a lot of people are talking about right now so that says that gave thirteen hundred urban and rural families in Winnipeg and don't Fan Manitoba with incomes below. Thirteen thousand dollars a year back then money. But by the time that the data was collected in nineteen seventy eight so they ran up from seventy five to seventy eight. The Canadian government kind of lost interest in and they cancelled the project. So we've had these these aborted attempts to gather a sample and it hasn't really provided any conclusive evidence In the in the American one. There's some evidence that it that it you know Negatively impacted people's willingness to go to work in the Canadian won the data suggested otherwise. But there just wasn't enough data to conclusively determine the impact of giving people money on their both on their willingness to work and on on the outcomes that the government's wanted to test. Which is you know better. Health Outcomes Better Labor outcomes better social outcomes so you know the jury was still out right. Will what kind of a sample size and study length? Would you even need to determine that because again we had one or at least something like one here in Ontario Under Kathleen Wynne. A few years ago and the next government came to power and it was immediately phased out. So you know. I don't think we got more than two or three years out of that either. So what kind of scale are we talking about? Yeah I mean to make it work. You would needs multiple cities multiple tests populations and a long duration of study. This is this is a a bold policy intervention but you need to be able to control for extenuating circumstances and factors the Ontario project. Was it had some really promising results. As it turned out there was a study group at McMaster that basically interviewed the people that participated in the program. Some of the data they had eighty percent of of people reporting better health outcomes. They were using less tobacco drinking. Less eighty-three percent said they had better mental health. They were feeling less stressed. They had a better diet And there was even interesting. Data around better labor market outcomes people were basically using the minimum income the guaranteed income to improve their jobs to look for better job. So it's disappointing that the government scrapped it after basically what amounted to one year and left us in the same spot that we've sort of always been with these things where we just don't have enough data for either side to conclusively prove that their argument is right and you know maybe not maybe now is the opportunity to kind of walk in that that longer sample size but you know the problem here is that. It's always tempting for governments to to start these programs and then abandon them or different governments to come in and cancel them. You'd need some sort of agreement by all parties that they're going to let this run. Its course and we haven't really seen that yet. So you mentioned that it's seen mostly now at least as a left-wing idea might have begun under Nixon. But certainly I think that's how most listeners would frame it as you know Whether or not you support it About the side of the spectrum that it comes from but as we've started to see government's realizing how badly they need to help people as the economy collapses during this pandemic have seen any movement On the other side of the aisle towards this kind of idea I think we've seen much more movement on on the conservative side than we have on the progressive side the beano progressives are are are very wary of guaranteed income proposals because I think you know quite rightly they remember certainly the academics who studied this. They remember that it was originally an idea that was intended to get rid of welfare and other social supports and that is always a concern that if you bring in a guaranteed income. Is it really just an attempt to shrink? The size of the state is an attempt to get rid of targeted support programs that that make people's lives better and I think that's a totally valid concern when I when I posted my article from the wall or something twitter. I got a lot of feedback from economists about that where they basically said you know. Oh here we go again. People people don't realize that this is a an attempt to slip in through the back door reduction in social programs. That's really interesting. Yeah but you know. Over the last few months we've seen a really array of conservatives. Come out and say that this is a good idea. Hugh Seagull. Who is a former senator standing red? Tory I WOULD. I would describe him as a thought leader. He's been he's been banging the drum for for guaranteed income for quite some time now but he was always sort of out there in the wilderness as a conservative suggesting that this was a good idea and he wasn't one of the ones who was saying that it should replace social programs. He was saying it should be an augmentation to them but in the states over a matter of weeks you saw people like Mitt. Romney coup is basically the Avatar of hedge fund capitalism. Coming out and and suggesting that this was a good idea that would support. Americans during the fallout from Cova and ultimately Donald Trump's government. It's not it's not a permanent basic income. But they sent a check to every American and that is sort of one of the hallmarks of a basic income. So it's interesting the degree to which we've seen conservatives rally behind this particular policy flag. I think that it is driven by shorter. Term political objectives American politicians having election. That they're looking at in November and one of the surest ways to get defeated is to be in being government while people are losing their jobs losing their homes losing their livelihood so I think it's more self preservation than a genuine change of heart but in from a policy perspective. You take the support where you can get it and you build on it from there. So you know I think advocates of a U. UB. I should take their support and and leverage it in order to build their movement if you can may be explained to me the thought behind the benefits of this applying to absolutely everyone including people who have job because that's really And we can debate in Canada versus the US for however long. But that's that's like the primary difference between what trump's government has done and what Canada's done with the baby. Yeah that's the tricky part. That's the part that a lot of people struggle with conceptually and intellectually as is the idea of giving people who don't need money more money right. Yeah and Ken Boston cool. Who is is a former adviser to Stephen Harper and Christy Clark? He's been kind of driving the bus in Canada around the need for a UB. I you know he's he is preferred that to the more targeted approach that the government has taken with Serb. You know his idea in the short term is we just need to get money into people's hands right. Now we need we need to stimulate the economy and ultimately will tax it back next year on people's income taxes that's the thing about a guaranteed income in the context of the system. We have here is if you're making sixty seventy thousand dollars a year. This is going to a portion of this. We'll get taxed back right and so it's not. It's not really free money. It's a little bit of free money and I suspect there would be some social programs that would get pulled back a little bit to to make the numbers work but you know at the end of the day. I don't think you can let the weaknesses in the policy that that might impact a few people. Override the benefits that would impact far more people. You know there's there's all sorts of data out there that suggests that a basic income would actually stimulate economic growth. There's all kinds of data that suggested improves. Health outcomes and Lord knows improving. Health outcomes would save taxpayers and the government a lot of money. Because that's where an increasing increasingly large part of our social budget is going and we'll continue to go in the years and months to come so you know it it is It's a tough idea to get past for some people that I find working already. Why should I get more money from the government but that money's going back into the economy and it stimulating economic growth that supporting jobs? It's reducing healthcare costs. You know I think there's a pretty good case for it and and you know it's one that we should be willing to explore. I am I am more than open to criticism about the cost factor that I suppose we can get to that in a second but I think we also need to look at the benefits and look a little a little bigger in terms of where those benefits accrue it. It's not just lifting people out of poverty. Although that's that's an obvious benefit it's improving people's health outcomes improving their labor market outcomes. Let's people who have a
Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the meat industry
"Meatpacking plants serve one role to turn a steady stream of cattle hogs and chickens into the cuts of meat that consumers want wielding knives and bone size workers line fast moving conveyor belts that winds through these plants in some poultry facilities workers are expected to process up to a hundred and seventy five chickens every minute long before trump world there are these plants were built twenty thirty even fifty years ago the characteristics of the work spaces were not designed having in mind an emergency like the one we're living in now that's a forty five year old worker at the beef plant in Grand Island Nebraska where withholding his name because he fears losing his job in late April several people who worked near him tested positive for covert nineteen one died and he was instructed to quarantine at home the plant's owners JBS USA refused to shut it down are you morally very first they only care about housing and money they don't care about the workers don't care about the health of the workers in written statements GBS officials denied that characterization stressing that the company is committed to worker safety but many meat workers say it's nearly impossible to socially distance in a meat packing plant thousands of people are in the building at one time and workers say hand sanitizer and soap dispensers are often empty even before the pandemic the Nebraska worker worried about accidentally cutting the person next to him goal at least six people working in that area they should eliminate three for now white if you eliminate the person next to me you make more space I think that the job itself is already stressful and backbreaking gruesome and this just added a whole lot more pressure to say Castaneda's father works ninety miles from Grand Island in the Smithfield pork plant in Crete Nebraska she helped organize rallies outside that plant to pressure the company to change its safety protocols it be difficult and it would require an investment but I think it can be done to protect the workers meatpacking companies say they are investing in new safety measures Jared Gillig is in charge of operations for Cargill's meat plants with your cubicles built under kept your table so we don't have folks you're sitting right next to each other I mean so that obviously is a significant change Gilling says that workers are only part of the puzzle his company also has to consider all the cattle to be slaughtered and butchered lining up outside the plant as we balance that with the help of our team and then obviously the drawn to demand from a customer standpoint it quite frankly it's more of a balance of that Kim Cordova says that balance is off she's a union official with the United food and commercial workers she says companies can't just install hand sanitizer stations in plastic dividers and call it a day they may have to do some reconstruction to wide spread both lines out the easiest way to do that might be to slow the line down but the speed of conveyor lines is a hot topic Cordova says the latest recommendations from the CDC and OSHA don't specify how fast lines should run during the pandemic they have not given clear guidance on how bout those three increase should go and in fact the in the pork industry president trump is deregulated a lot of these agencies and they've also allowed those change to go faster on Friday the USDA announced that fourteen plants in states that shut down in recent weeks are set to resume operations that comes as nearly fifty workers nationwide have died from cove it
"cargill" Discussed on Front Burner
"So if the first case of cove nineteen is April Sixth. And then you see this huge proliferation. Cargo doesn't suspend operations until April twentieth the same day that Albert Health Services announced that cargo worker worker had died of Cova nineteen again. These are reminders of why we are collectively working to prevent spread of this virus. It's quite the gap and time there and I wonder with the company has to say about that delay. Well they do say that. They had done a lot of work in the plant at the time that they had put in some physical distancing they had changed the the way the production line so that people were not facing each other. They had increased sanitation. That type of thing and I talked to John. Keating who is the president of cargill and he says that they were following public health advice and You know doing doing everything that they thought that they should be doing. A huge part of this of this of this wonderful town. That's wonderful community They always trusted us. And we're just ask them to trust has now or working really really hard to keep our employees safe We don't have a playbook for this. We wish we did. This is something that we're learning from. What do we know now about the kind of oversight that this plant was getting from provincial authorities? I wouldn't be alone in assessing it as probably not enough on April Fifteenth. Two days after the number of cases proliferated. Thirty eight. And we're continuing to grow provincial. Occupational Health and safety conducts its first inspection of the plant and it does so not in person but by facetime somehow occupational health and safety from that video deems the plant safe and then further to that. There's this town hall. That happens with provincial. Occupational Health and safety With provincial health authorities and the provincial minister of agriculture devastation to twitter and also in that livestream of the of the town hall and deems that the plant is safe. That's on April eighteenth. There are hundreds of cases by this point right and it's two days before they actually shut down production and before the first death a yet before the first death in fact in fact that would probably have been right around when hip we had fallen ill it would have been right in that time so on. Friday. She got really sick on Saturday. He called the ambulance and then the next day she passed away show didn't last long at all.
"cargill" Discussed on Front Burner
"WanNa get a better understanding of how we got here to this many infections? I know that you spoke to a worker about her experience cargill and we're not using her real name because she's worried that speaking out might affect her job security We're using the name Rachel instead. It's so to go into work every day. Wondering am I gonNA contract this virus and when I contract. This virus died from it and what's going to happen to my family if I die. How are they going to be financially secure? How they're gonNA miss me on. What's going to happen if my family gets it. When did she start hearing concerns about covert at this plan? Well between Rachel's account and also having talked to other people now in the plant We know that there was a lot of anxiety even before there was a confirmed case on April six. You know probably a lot of workplaces so there was anxiety like there was everywhere. Merch twenty the company starts saying that it's going to increase safety measures. Increased sanitation putting plastic sheets in common areas like locker rooms in the lunch room. But and Jamie. This is really key. Going forward workers were still working elbow to elbow shoulder to shoulder in the production. Lines and production had not been slow to give them any more space. There's also the concern of like. Are the tables being cleaned between people moving? Are the walls being clean down? Because people touch the walls people touch everything and yes. They tried to limit touch points. But it just did not work that. Despite workers having started to raise concerns was becoming very clear that the anxiety level about Cova nineteen and what a petri dish a meat plants like cargill or any of the other ones might be and then of course we have the first case that was diagnosed on on April sixth and that sort of ratchets up the discomfort concern in that plan. And so what happened after this? First case is I well between April sixth and April thirteenth. The number of cases at cargill proliferates from one thirty eight a real harbinger of things to come. It was a real sign. And that's when you started getting the media spotlight turn to this outbreak. The union says there are dozens of confirmed cases at the plant. Cargo says it's added more safety measures like temperature checks hand sanitizing so the company cuts hours to one shift at this point to prevent the spread while that only gets people inside the plant. Even more freaked out. You know they're trying to figure out how cutting the shift is in any way creating more space between workers. It's it's doing. The opposite concern was after all was said and done. We were so piled up because we were so short staffed. They moved everybody to one table causing them to all be shoulder to shoulder and also transferring people from one spot to another and not cleaning between people being transferred and so some of them are calling in sick because they're scared. Some of them are calling in sick because they're actually sick and then this is key. Some people are coming to work with symptoms for two reasons one because they need the money they need the job to feed their family and to because we have heard the accounts of a number of people who are being told that it's okay to come in with certain symptoms or if someone in their household has tested positive. What we don't know is how widespread that kind of message was Was it in a you know a couple mistakes made here or there was it a protocol we don't actually know and I can guarantee you. It is going to be one of the key points that will drive any kind of investigation or reviews and as you mentioned before during this time the shift was cut. That would just mean that people were working for less time during the day but this production line that you describe which is just packed with people cutting down the meet. That hasn't changed at all right. And this is when the Union start saying you have to shut this down. You have to shut this down. Our people are going to start getting sick. I think as soon as that email went out everybody. That fear was finally like really there. Everybody was so frustrated. Everybody was asking a million and one questions like. Why aren't we closed yet? Winter we closing. What's going on? The company takes that as sort of an unofficial call for an illegal work stoppage and then relations start breaking down between the company and the Union and all of a sudden that does really bad things for communications. Because you have the company communicating with workers who some of them by the way There are language barriers with to begin with you. Also have the union communicating with workers. And then you have public health authorities through their daily briefing and through the news media Communicating with workers. And they just don't know what to do. They're they're really confused about what to do. Many of them and I know this is something. Rachel talked about this breakdown in Communication. Nobody was able to get through to. Hr or production support which is a different version of HR at cargill. Nobody was able to get through even barely to the front desk. There were so many phone calls coming in. They were very understaffed. Another thing I want to ask you about is that we talked before about how there are foreign workers. Vulnerable workers in these plants and I know. The company and provincial officials have also talked about the living conditions of many of the workers and how this have contributed to the outbreak as it grew. And can you talk to me a little bit about that right so After it was sort of confirmed publicly that there was an outbreak at cargill. There was obviously a lot of questions of the chief medical officer. Dr Dena hinshaw. How could this happen? What was being done and she answered a question. That basically turned into a little bit of a controversy really because she you started talking about how Some of the ways that some of these workers live had contributed to the spread and that is like carpooling to work. Not just looking at the plant itself but looking at how do people get back and forth to work thinking about households and there's households where people simply don't have the space to self isolate if they're a case or if they're close contact and needing to provide supports to those people you know multi family households you know. I think she was just trying to explain why it might have spread. What the exterior factors are biting really came across many of the folks at cargill who work in cargo as having blamed the workers. And you have to remember that. These people are feeling Quite a stigma to begin with You know they're going into the grocery store and people are afraid of them sometimes. They're being asked to not come into places particularly visible minorities who who work at cargill were. Were feeling that because they were the most easily identifiable as cargo workers Cesar Callous. Has He's been hearing a lot from his community about this. He's Filipino Calgarians and a volunteer with Philippines. Emergency Response Taskforce Filipinos. Have a coach or called Bayani Hon which is being heroes to each other and so we see that a lot many Filipinos are volunteering to give care packages. So that's my appeal to leadership is let's let's unite let's collaborate. Let's not divide because finger-pointing health so there was a real concern that they were. You know being blamed for this. I think that didn't start out as as a an intention to blame but it was. Certainly it was certainly felt that way by the by the community and You know they`re. They're anxious upset to begin with so that didn't help Certainly at least an unintended consequences must be so difficult. All these people who are trying to make ends meet or trying to put food on the table for their families and are having to make these sort of risk assessments. Just sounds.
"cargill" Discussed on Front Burner
"Wrong. Workers Return to the cargo meat. Plant this week after. It became the site of not just candidates but the largest single corona virus outbreak in North America. Which is really saying something because there have been some huge outbreaks in the. Us meat packing plants as well over. Fifteen hundred cases have been linked to the cargill plant with nine hundred and forty nine employees testing positive. There have also been two deaths a few weeks ago. A woman named hip boy passed away from the virus. She had worked at cargill for over twenty years. Why at this hour earlier this week? Her husband Nanu win who also works at the plant and Contract Cova. Nineteen as well talked about her through an interpreter so basically that was no seem times. He didn't see that was coming. It was chem so fast and I love. She was a wonderful wife. She swallowed me. She never with me and then late Wednesday afternoon. A second death connected to the plant are Mondo Sega. The father of a worker who was visiting his family from the Philippines. The Union representing the employees is calling all levels of government to shut down production at cargo. Which is responsible for almost forty percent of be processing in Canada today. What led to this outbreak? And what's the risk of opening this facility? Backup again. Caroline done is with me. She's the C- national correspondent in Calgary and just a note to say caroline and I spoke before our mandis death was made public. This is.
Smithfield to Close More Pork Plants
"People are trying to get the latest news apparently so again sunny produces with this news please do not panic because the headline is Smithfield foods they of course shuttered one of the big pork plants a few days ago they have now shuttered two more word processing plants or will do so here in the next day or so just a few days after announcing they will close their shoe falls plant one of the nation's largest because a number of employees were testing positive for the virus officials said the Missouri facility was forced to close because they could only operate by getting pork supplies from the South Dakota plains our country is blessed with abundant livestock supplies but the processing facilities are kind of a bottleneck in the food chain and for the security of our nation I can't understate how critical it is for our industry to continue to operate on a bigoted concern is been mounting about the possibility of now the outbreak could meet facilities according to one source also the closures are expected to cut meat supplies even further for grocers and again drop more business for the farmers around the country right now beef chicken and pork plants have been closing because of workers contracting the virus or in some cases just stay in front of home from work because they they don't want to get the virus they're scared now to keep workers motivated to processing companies like Smithfield Tyson foods Cargill JBS holdings I have all offered bonuses while promising to promote the social distancing thing at work and that's where the agriculture secretary I guess after that announcement just let me assure the American people we have plenty of food in this country the the bare store shelves that you may see in some cities it is a demand issue not a supply issue it's taken us a few days for food companies to address that kind of a misalignment in distribution as restaurants close in more food is being sold through the grocery stores obviously of course the Sunday shut down of the of the Smithfield pork processing facility got attention and fresh attention voted disruptions in food supplies yeah shoppers at times as you've noticed probably yourself of experience shortages of varying staples such as eggs milk and toilet paper
"cargill" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"Sees a massive movies right on your IRA. If there was ever a thing that John should be doing. It's fucking love Venom Venom. Such great. But she's you know she's such a good actress because she she's quite different all the time. She's rakes it hard to pin her down. That's that's the thing is she's one of those actresses that is in so much great stuff but makes really interesting choices to where you watch the movie and you're like I'm glad I watched this movie and then you're like what was the name of the dog. I forget what the like literally it was her dog. It's two hours of her going. Loosey Goosey dog and she has to try to get her dog back for like two hours. And it's heartbreaking. Because you're like please God give our dog back. Say It's the same thing with Tom. Hanks because I'm like what's that movie. Turner and he just ooh Lucy Turner and Lucy Turner and Lucy. Lucy drills Oliver's house. Well we've done it all. We've sat at all. Wait did I lose. You want I want just for the Dick Thing. Dick finally won me something. Thank you yes and you go. Oh he broke the audience member like I. I had him there he was. I had the joke and then you crushed it. Amit welcome so the twitter person suggested that did not match the name that I've had in my wallet. Since the beginning of the year so the prize money will go up at the whenever I get around to doing the next one to eighty dollars and Doug Benson pins and like four my books. I want this to get like you know a ridiculous amount of money. We'll see if we get there because you want it to be the power. There's a finite number of famous actresses but so far nobody's matched the one that is in my pocket. Not that mattress is in my pocket. Just her name. You've got one name in your pocket and the other one. We have no audience. What do you have to plug? I have a movie podcast called. Thanks Academy where I watch all the best picture winners of all time in random order with random comedians and We always watch things for the first time because I tend not to watch best picture winners so it's fresh takes on old movies. Worked out perfectly. The brokeback mountain did not win. Yeah really picture. Yeah that was year went to the amazing crash. Yeah the crat will never bake any sense to me. Crashes Reserved for our ninety. Whatever when we get to the end. We're doing crash. Yeah Yeah it's the worst best picture winner. It's weird that that's the second best crat. Nate movie named crash like no one would want within. What Kronenbourg when you're talking about of course which there I think thinking about remaking. Ooh which we really weird right now he really. We're not having sex with cars crashing having with cars. You're getting from one of the transformers movies. That's that's Michael. Bay's thing your tailpipe that you know That's my favorite Judge Reinhold bit. It's a banana. Then tell Ya. I think you watching joke is thank you for being here. Carina. Let's You know people that wanted to check out a twitter. C A R. I N A Magyar A. Y. A. R. That's right or you can find anything about me at Carina Magyar spell just like that dot com. Oh love it John earlier? What's going on thanks for asking Doug Well? Icu over there. Hey I didn't notice you. They'll just now Master Pancake is the group. That makes fun of movies that I do and for the foreseeable future. We don't even know if there's going to be live shows happening for the next few weeks. Everything's kind of day to day but we do have a tree because we cancelled the Saint Patrick's Day shows of showing of Leprechaun. I'm going to try my best. I have all the old recordings of our shows since twenty thirteen. I'm going to sink them up with the movies and I'm going to try to them on Saint Patrick's Day in a marathon of leprechauns. I call it Lepre thon on during a pandemic Lepas go it's time for the Lepre Thon Leper twenty twenty leave a piece behind so people who don't really listen to your show and I plug. Things normally can't do them. This is something they might be able to do if they go to our facebook group. The master pancake. Facebook group is where. I'm going to try to broadcast these movies from. I did a test run last night. Using one of our We did the hunger games awhile back and I you know like four. In the morning I did kind of test to see if it worked and it worked for about fifteen minutes and then I got a block notice shutting it down because Lionsgate or whoever was like this is a copyrighted protected material in and so but I do know that sometimes They shut it down. And sometimes you can upload things that are copyrighted. And it just depends. I'm crossing my fingers that nobody gives a shit about the leprechaun movies enough to have created an algorithm to find when people are uploading ice. Tea might be concerned about people singing one of those movies. How is there not a Leprechaun on facebook already? How is that? Not One of the movies really put it everywhere wise. They're not a LEPRECHAUN and facebook. What do you mean? I don't even get the question. That's a plot of the next movie. Like yeah he just log on facebook and annoys his uncle. Yeah like Leprechaun nine leprechaun on where else can they go at this point gone? He hasn't gone to the old West. Leopard Hon John Lewis like Oh my God. He hasn't yet been in the Caribbean. He has gone to space. He's gone to the hood twice. Yeah he's GonNa Las Vegas. Yes how about Christian next a Leprechaun on facebook cargo? You are the movie writer. Will you write that movie? I already wrote it last night. Like what what? What do you want more from me? I don't know what happens in Leprechaun on facebook. Well exactly what you think log onto facebook and he starts killing people because they're trying to take. How does he kill people on facebook? That's a really good question. You need to pay six fifty to watch the movie. I mean he's a matinee he's magical so he jumps out of the screen at a Tad's people while they're surfing. Facebook could be. How hard is this? This is this movie rights itself guys. I'm telling the Leprechaun hard times than he needs more gold coins so he becomes a Cam. Girl Cam Con Camera. Con- It is you log on for a cam girl and you get the Leprechaun and he jumps out of the screen. And Moore's you some bizarrely absurd way. You're turning me on. Sorry John. John has another show next a next. Well that's the thing is. There's no chances are they won't be a new leprechaun based motion picture between now and next south by found one. I found on that has nothing to do with the original franchise but looks exactly like a leprechaun movie. It's about an evil leprechaun. Billy Zane is in it. Oh it's fucking in. Yeah so if we do run out called. It's something like leprechauns revenge or something came out thinking all right so we got. We got two more years billy. Zane has gotten to the point in his life that he's not even in the Leprechaun series is in the Leprechaun knockoffs. Yeah Poor Billy. So I mean he was such an asshole the titanic. I don't know why anybody talks to so because he was in Demon Knight. That's why 'cause denied fucking rules so people like the fans to right. Yeah the paramus great I never got into that one. I don't know why it's not good. I my podcasting partner loves that movie and I kind of adore it for how terrible it is. But I just can't love it the way that he loves it and so I always make fun of the fact that it's punch evil and he's like no smash evil and I'm like relax sit. It's not a movie where standing for I don't understand John earlier on the socials not at all. It's Oh yeah no. It's it's elk mating. That's right Oh God. Are you hiding inside? I'm GONNA GONNA confess now fuck out because everybody I. It's a long story. I used to have a radio show and I would play. Elk noises in the background. They're very soothing. They're like whale noises but it was the sounds of elks. Reading is what they called it. Have you seen that documentary? Put a foot of traditional Finland Norwegian type people biting the balls off of reindeer. No it sounds right up my alley though good please tell me that flakes because youtube is. I'M GONNA try to figure out how to find it all right so my twitter handle is at elk meeting. You can also go to the master pancake twitter at Master Pancake and if you want to see this lengthen on Tuesdays Saint Patrick's Day. I'm going to say tomorrow. I'm going to start around two in the afternoon. Probably in go until all the movies are done which will probably be around midnight. You Get Lincoln on twitter is I'm GonNa go to go to our facebook group. The Master Pancake Facebook Fan Club. I guess and I duNno. If you have to join the watch it you might have to join. I'm not sure Leprechaun. We'll talk to you at that point. If you're going to spend fucking Saint Patrick's day watching leprechaun movies match bring cake. Why not join the group and Doug is on all the all the contents of dough idea. They're being recorded. Shit is it okay. I guess it is damn it. I really always because I when I do. Benson movie interruptions. We don't bother to record it. We just make sure just a live thing. You know you never know when there's going to be never know what you're going to have a pandemic and you hope that the studio while jump in and stop you from stealing their material and making fun of it. Yeah Yeah cargill yes. C Robert Cargill. What's your crazy name on twitter massive worm Mash W. I. R. M? It's literally it's it's something a bunch of my drunken high roommates came up with twenty years ago and the my buddy was the tech nerd of the apartment. I lived in an apartment with eight guys. It was I was one of the seven other guys and my buddy was the tech nerd set up I e mail address and thought it would be funny to sit up that that's what I sent in my first review Harry Knowles as and it's literally been my online handle for twenty years since and as a result I always everything I go to has my name so I never have to forget what I've signed up as I just type in mass worm it's like Oh yeah that's my county bank that's a good question social but yeah mass worm you can find me on twitter and instagram and you're GonNa ask me the other things what I have to plug if you have T B s apparently my movie doctor strange plays on TBS every five minutes which I love because every once in a while I look at my bank account and it's bigger as a result in tbs so thank you where's Tilda swinton from she is from Scotland. I thought so by the way if you get a checks have her on the fucking show. Oh I would love to favorite human down my God. Did You. Did ever see the video of her at the Roger. Ebert Film Festival She showed up at one. I believe it was after he passed and she got the whole audience to get up and start dancing because everyone is so sad John Without Roger. Ebert she is literally the best human that I know. That's not my wife like like like me until the we really..
"cargill" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"Earlier. How's it going? Hey Buddy hey gosh you're so far away right it's what do you think this is one hundred and fifty feet? No I'm not one hundred and fifty feet from stardom. Oh you movie title. What's your deal what's going on with. We were going to interrupt. We're GONNA mock we're going to master pancake show as part of south by and then just on our own when south by died and we were going to do the seventh leprechaun movie or sixth. I believe it's the eighth eighth eighth so for eight years I'd say Patrick's Day we've been getting together the two of us and then other guests and making fun of leprechaun movies and or not doing it this year. It said it's so sad. We've been doing it since I think. Twenty thirteen wires. Why make a shit movie if no one's GonNa make fun of but also it was weird because the director of that movie had another movie at South by and you texted me like hey? We haven't joined him on the on the pancakes too. Yeah I wrote back every time. We've had a filmmaker in one of those things either events and interruption or a master pancake. It just gets. It's sad because we're at least be that mean to their movie and yet we are because that's what we're there for. Yeah yeah the director was going to show up because he was at south by it was gonna be you know it could have either gone great or terrible. But we're just betting that he was going to be great. We weren't going to allow him to do any jokes about his own movie. Set it up for us and do maybe a Q. and A. Afterwards but a couple of days ago got word that he fled back to Canada because he didn't want to be stuck in a foreign country during this crazy time Owen. Who is a mainstay of the leprechaun shows? Yeah show Edgerton Yeah He. He usually plays the Leprechaun in the mid movies court because he is diminutive stature and Anna Ginger Ginger. He's from Wales. He's perfect he. He checks from regular parents humans. If there were an audience here that would have gotten big loud. I don't know then you anything about audience. Free comedies you. Just don't know for sure what would've worked. That's the beauty of Owen. Texan and said. He reminded me that he's diabetic. And this is important for those out. There who don't know people with Compromised immunodeficiency immune systems who Really They're they're in the same category as elderly people during this cove in. Nineteen thing like they should definitely stay away from other people So he said very apologetically that he had to decline and then yesterday The CDC you texted me and said they came out with a new regulation that said no groups over fifty and so that was kind of the final nail in the coffin for not doing the show. Yeah because it was sold out or close to it and Weird. Daf to call one hundred fifty people would say not you. We've picked fifty fun. No but as you pointed out nobody was pulling out. I kept checking the seats thinking that well maybe people self withdraw from this and they did not people are full of hope and a little bit of silliness. Because I kind of shocked when I go walk by bars here in Austin and to see how many people are just in there. Each night. All crowded together like they. Just don't well. You're supposed to stay home and Austin that is for many of Wright's home that's the thing is i. You know I not wrong. I've always I've always struggled with because I as a comedian. I drink a lot and I always struggled with a Mayan Alcoholic. But like the fact that you can't go into bars is not. I'm not like Oh shit. How am I going to drink? So that makes me feel better. That's kind of a C Robert. Cargill is here we call it and cargill. That's what the C stands for cargill rubber cargill. That is the way it goes. I also thought I was alcoholic until I put myself at eleven. Am and a Monday drinking whiskey on this show. So you know you've definitely there's no question left. I hope my wife doesn't listen to the show but I think that's the nail in the coffin right there. Thanks for being here. You're busy you know. That's the thing about screenwriters. Authors is you self quarantine quite a bit as as a way of life young. No it's it's like the thing is is I'm not expected to go out and talk with people. That sounds beautiful. That's amazing. I can still do everything that I do for my living. But nobody wants to talk to me in person and that sounds perfect except honestly today is literally the first real conversations. I've had in person for like five days. My wife is out of the country so I literally. This is actually me interacting with human beings which is a little. It's kind of Nice. It's seem really into it. I do I am I. It's just kind of Nice to be able to elbow the new elbow five. I'm loving that wherever he's walking up to each other and touch elbows and like a high five presents six feet thing. I don't know you'd have to do like each is holed up in elbow. Pretend that they touch. You know you do that. The I request the highest of fives. You put it in the air. Someone else puts it in the air from six feet away. You're all good. Oh I like that one. Yeah Yeah no. We're right now. We're across the way but you know there. We are But Yeah we get a shot of each of us holding are hats. Yeah there we go to new group the new fi but yet no aside from that everything else is very very normal. It's just been Working at home finishing up this book that I've got and this is my social hour for the for the six months. I guess you've got a couple of at least a couple of movies dude to about someday. Yeah no I'm working on it but I'm I'm making at least two movies this year as you know heaven forbid let's see if we can get crews on sets if that's the thing that can happen in the next few months but yeah. I've got a couple of movies that are making this year and I've got a book that'll come out next year that I'm finishing up right now called days zero and things are going real. Well it's about right now and you're writing it in real time. Yeah no no no go home and put in another two three thousand words today and And that'll be. That's all I've been doing since my wife's been gone is is finishing up this book. John's laughing over there say my wife so much my wife. I Look I look. It's day six. Since she's been gone. We were high school sweethearts. We very rarely spent any time apart. So the fact that she is not in my general vicinity is a little disturbing to me and Yeah but you're a writer other words other than wife so I don't have to say my wife every time Jessica Jess yes I just yes the show listen to this and the rain forest you know what she might because she's suffering from the same thing. I am where we've just been we. We we literally. She works at home and I work at home. So we're we spent. We're like twenty feet away from each other at any given moment for most days so it's just kind of weird to not be within twenty feet of that person so but she's off gallivanting in the rainforest taking pictures of Macaws so she's she's stays there long enough like it's not too dangerous to beat a plane coming all the way back when nobody's on the planes that's the thing. Well that's that's certainly helping but you know what persons on one end and the plane and another person the other plan only two people one of has it. I doubt you could get through. Look look I'm trying. I'm trying to not forget about this like she. She left before all the super craziness. Abbott I'm trying. I'm trying to stay sane. Doug let me have this. I'm sorry I brought that up. I'm not also bring up. The flights are just being stopped. All right so wait I gotta I gotta ask cargo. What did you say Jessica was taking pictures of again? Mcculloch's Doug My car here. We go there and was dumb. Bat would've bombed if there were an audience. But I'm here for it year for it by the way I'll be guys. Ed McMahon tonight. I'll be the guy laughing in the background. That is an excellent job I am. The audience will laugh at each other people. Get the idea that we're making jokes and we're supposed to be fun. Yeah don't don't hold it in. If you find something anybody says there's pressure to laugh on. No we can't win. This is unwinnable. That's all I'm GONNA do from here on out that's literally going to be like. Oh that guy. Let's talk about you. Know people want to watch movies right now. It seems like the number one and two home activities are Video Games and movies and there's so many of them are so accessible because of all the streaming services and what not so career What is the last movie you watched under these circumstances The last movie I watched was Two in the same day saw invisible man starring the always getting out of trouble by accidentally getting pregnant Elizabeth Moss. And then. Oh is that a spoiler chet. Well so let's get all the instances Madman Adleman and maids tail had raised ill and now now this man. I also. That's a pattern. What about I never saw top of the lake? She get pregnant that I'm going to go ahead and assume she did. And that it somehow saved her from death she managed to get all the way through the west wing without getting pregnant. Did she. What happened when she got kidnapped right. So dennard career took a turn and she became pregnant. Yes she came of age anyway. Yeah also does. But she doesn't get that he's sexy AIDS. She's gets pregnant. That's why it's always such a surprise to her because she's never done a a real sexy and yet pregnancy just keeps coming up for her character. She's she's probably due to give a cer- Next Messiah. Pretty soon at this rate so I saw that and I saw portrait of a lady on fire with my girlfriend and we did somehow refrain from making out the whole time but that is a hot hot asked movie hot ass movie. Yeah you should go see it. The women are on fire the.
"cargill" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"Was. Hey Hey hey everybody my name is doug and I love movies. Is You don't have to do that once again. For the high ball at the Alamo draft house South Lamar Long June location in Austin Texas bots. Under unusual circumstances I south by southwest got cancelled then shows with audiences got cancelled along with public gatherings in general due to cove in nineteen so as recommended by the. Cdc ME and my guests are all sitting way more than six feet apart. It's Monday march. Sixteen twenty twenty and there are no name tags to look at or talk about. So let's jump right to the prize bag of which I didn't bring one because there's no audience doug plugs. I don't know when I'll be doing a show again. That's that's my plugs. Follow at Douglas. Movies on twitter for more INFO on. What's going on with that? We've been having fun as much fun as you can't have under these circumstances on my twitter account with me just asking random questions about movies. People should be watching dirt. We should say theoretically have a lot of downtime. Dugouts I WANNA do dugouts to Keith Ruckus. Roping set this up today. And the Alamo Draft House and capcity comedy Which was supposed to do this? Show in a couple of nights That's not happening. And these are both these venues I look forward to returning to. A missile crisis is over. Let's say hello to my guests. My very brave guests. We've got John Earlier Carina Magyar see.
Cargill to challenge Beyond Meat, Impossible Foods with new plant-based burger
"If you want plant based faux meat you pretty much have had two choices beyond meat and impossible foods the two start ups have enjoyed a nearly exclusive presence of the non meat meat business but now agriculture giant Cargill reportedly will challenge their dominance launching plant based hamburger patties and ground fake meat products and paper a lot according to
"cargill" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"Thing you know how like in the department when Nicholson goes like Iraq here thinking that's how he's talking. Thanks throughout the entire movie no running a union observations but guys were thinking that was going somewhere. Yeah Yeah I didn't like the move your than on. Aw outliving cargill got an impression for us. After you've heard all LIZ professional comedians. I do exactly one. I do exactly what impression that I now every other impression. I'm terrible at but I do one that I know. Ah but I'm GONNA need a beer if someone else and APP interesting because it always messes with my throat but this all the people in attendance another Pearl snap for Uh cargill police here comes is the only one I do next back to the audience. And that's it. That's that's my only talented good. What was that from the Irishman? All right you guys. Our natural speaking voice sounds like someone trying to figure out who tell you who it is and it will ruin me forever..
"cargill" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"Works on it ahead of time. It's more like just you'll see when we get to that part so scattered today but thank you for being here my thanks revenue and also joining us. Third Time maybe Yeah there you go see Robert Cargill we call them. cargill see Robert cargill's looks really good there on the screen for all those movies Z.. Right classy sounding name. Yeah actually I will meet you. They must be like what they meet me. And they go to seed Roberts want people calling you by the C word. They do it. I saw the instagram and I- exploited it a little bit. You were posting about the meeting the Great Stanley before he did actually pass through serious part. Can you the job again. But you posted about meeting him and how much you know like you're writing on in writing of doctor strange and it was very moving. It was his birthday yesterday was he would have been ninety. Seven Wall Holy Shits. We lived in one thousand nine hundred ninety six to break this to you. Ah Ninety six you know. He was he was he was way up there. That was what was so amazing about so many of us getting a chance to actually interact with him and meet him before he turned ninety. The quantum realm wasn't happening and then they took away a year. Damn Damn So. I posted a picture. One of the pictures you posted with him of the two of you together and said one of these legends was going to be on my show tomorrow. The sorry I had them so worried. Some people might not have gotten word that the gentleman had passed. And we will not reappearing today. Now I'm terrified. It's all right. I mean I've always wondered whats mine is big weird. Would and wall back here and it's like it seems he's like he's got the space for something behind it. It's not a flat wall subtle. What's going Yes Stanley? It's lease macadear. Surprised Bryce excelsior. Best Cameo yet. I'll try to keep it respectful. Oh that's a fun question for anyone who knows has an answer. You don't have to have an answer. Well what's your favorite Stanley Cameo. Oh and marvel movie I like to one. I loved deadpool because he's a strip club. Dj That's pretty awesome. I I was. I was always disappointed.
Is it safe to increase consumption of red meat?
"Recently questions about the health of eating red meat have made headlines after a study published in the annals of internal medicine challenged a generation of research that linked the consumption of red meat and processed meat to an increase in heart disease and cancer this is Dr Michael nichols generated during the cooking of meat will this week patients came into my office with smug looks on their face some brought the articles. or web print outs with them to show me that my advice to them to cut down on red meat was wrong will not so quick I this was one study compared to many many studies that show the potential dangers of eating red meat I feel strongly that it's good for researchers to challenge Orthodoxy and took question the status quo lots of assumptions that we have in medicine in May be wrong and they will remain until there's proof to change our thinking but in this case the editors of the annals of internal Listen goofed big time as I teach my medical students skip any article in the medical journals that are funded by those vested financial interest in the outcome. Is it a simple coincidence that this study that contradicted national guidelines had funding links to an industry front group the International Life Sciences Institute the I L SL as funded by Nick Donald's and coke and Nestle in big large meat processors such as cargill the Annals Medical Journal claimed that they asked about announcer ship in the authors claim to have no conflicts but as a former medical journal editor myself I wouldn't have stopped there a study on meet that reaches the exact opposite conclusion to dozens and dozens of other studies should raise some red flags requiring that paper be carefully vetted for conflicts of interest a simple search would have revealed that the lead author had a long history of orange nutritional guidelines some related to meet but others related to the consumption of sugar coincidence that he's funded by L. S. I who in turn is funded by Nestle and coke hardly a coincidence conflicts in research are way too Tom and journal Editors Christine Lane at the annals was asleep at the wheel the lead author of the paper line what about his conflicts and he should be forbidden from publishing papers in Eighty Medical Journal for years and only then with the red flag warning on his submission that in the past he has lied and concealed conflicts of interest but still the editor of the annals should also be held accountable l. headlines flashed across TV screens newspapers and websites announcing that people can now consume meat without fear of harming their health as a result my patients change their thinking and some even change their behaviors. It is the scientific community's responsibility to police itself and the animals was irresponsible and people's health may suffer is it safe to eat meat and processed meat I strongly encourage people to eat as little as possible. This paper did nothing to change my mind this is Dr Michael Wilks with a second
"cargill" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"In a movie together and that's where I met him but just by seeing the movie and its Andre Hyland everybody what's going on dude. You'RE GONNA movie playing tonight here at the festival the Death Dick Long. That's right. It's good yeah I jumped on getting a ticket because I thought it was the death of Long Duck Dong and I've always wanted to see that the working to see that guy it was about a tree should have died yeah yeah of embarrassment so Andre the movies played tonight at five and then it opens in theaters a week from today. Yes yes. It's twenty seven th yeah that's right. It's GONNA be Alamos. Oh Yeah if you don't see it here. You can see it here later. I live anywhere that has an Alamo and they have a movie playing at the title. Read it and you don't recognize what it is or who's in it or what you know anything about about it. I just say just go go and have a drink in pizza. Sit in your seat and just try something you know and if you don't like it then complained complained to management get your money back for the food and the movie it's all when when I some safety issues with my fantastic fest poster what I cut myself I got into an Uber and it was in my tote bag and it turned into a sharp pipe type O but there was like a semi circle of blood on my chin yesterday so be careful. Are you just gave his next movie three and a half hours of the poster pronounce Pasta Well. I guess I'd better introduce him after that after that hot run at Sea Robert Cargo the I. Everybody who everybody calls cargill so that's what I'm going to call in and what's it's the number one thing you looking forward to besides your appearance on this show here at fantastic fest. Well what's left after I mean number. One thing is knives out. It's out his two might too and my top things my top three were last night so oh you're banging them out. They scheduled it that way so let's do it okay so Joe Joe Rabbit and blood machines which were both awesome. You're getting you're getting ahead of. The question. Question comes later but since you brought it up so blood machines we we're talking about it last night outside before you saw it didn't live up to your own hype it did it was very different than what. I thought it was but I was expecting it to be more like the music video that preceded it but it was a complete surreal. Sifi eighties neon drenched fever dream that was just wall to wall carpenter brute music so if I see a couple of people in the audience nodding going fuck yeah. It's like if you're the person nodding that movies for you if not it might not not be yeah. There was some words in there. I didn't know what you're talking about getting a contact off Covari. Oh all right well. Let's in that case. Let's quickly move on to the part. Where each of you tell tell me what you brought for the prize I already got apologize to all right. Where did no one mentioned you this aspect of the show the supposed to bring one of the most valuable things you own and presented to me and then I will turn around and give it to a lucky audience member. Nobody told me okay so I I can give him something if you oh yeah are you go so when it gets to you just pretend you brought that tended to one of the most important things you say it loudly only so it can be quoted. Wait a second hugest handing your movie. This is going to be a great I was. I was reading a little something that hype there okay so. What did you bring well two things. The other thing I bought is pretty excellent. This is a candle but it's a candle that you can you can purchase online. It's amazing because it's a aromatic candle. I can't open it right now but it's it's smells like space like outer space. It is the aroma of outer space. I don't know if it's true or not because I have no reference but if you light it it will fill up your room like the void of space like it's like it's like think outtakes from gravity. The cans smells like maybe twenty thousand feet in the air tops well thanks for that could've kept your movie and past the CANTU. I don't get a good quota. Ah cargill. What do you have for us. I brought all of my books actually brought my novel. What are you GonNa. I mean books you wrote. No I only have read four bucks in my life and I brought them all. I brought all my books which they're they're really thick enough that you can use them if you've got a lobby table. They're really useful that way but yeah it's a dark. Things see arrested. We're the nightmares. Go great selection and you WANNA. Just put them in my bag and you need to hang onto your bag. Put them in your bed. Yes I mean whatever you want. Don't don't crush the candle. Release space the candles because everything else are you. What do you have. This is my beloved. DVD of blood test the only one in circulation uh-huh. I see definitely can't go out and get it in stores. This is awesome a huge describe what you love about the movie. It's really don't can you tell me one thing about the movie ninety three minutes in your face long movies. It's red. I love it. I I love it is all I need part with. Just pass it down and European fingerprints on it again there you go. I heard menu screens to Nick Rutherford's in the movie. I like that guy. What do you got for US Andrei well. I've got a few things earnings. We see here well. The first one is a VHS copy of a phantom menace in the one thousand nine hundred nine classic. I hate to be that guy but it's Phantom Manatt. I also have sort of a diy sort of vintage boutique copy of something about Mary. Wow that was made by video mixologist. It also includes a copy of enter the on with commercials right. You'll have three wind dough and a copy of the talking feeling and doing game psychotherapeutic game for children. Wow the is it. The like the name of this game design just say likes swingers in the Seventies. I was GONNA say this. I did expect this to be a thing that children are going to play. It looks so cool. Can I hold the box cutter. Yeah please feel guilty of a sex crime in three three states. Learn about your mind kids. I just wanted to touch me do with a turtleneck and the Jackie. You do look like a guy. That would try to sell that. You know what I mean like. You're the professor they thought these children the only respond to games children little fun so I`Ma Creeps. Oh here we go it. Who else brought photos of their wives making a joke where you actually ask him because all that is going home with somebody. I hope thought somebody who has to fly home somewhere. That'd reaffirmed run through security. Put these in there okay so one question before we get to the game portion of the show start start with you. What was the last movie You saw. Oh yes I I watched yesterday afternoon. Phantasm if you've heard of it rather subdued reaction. I know I was expecting more of a phantom. Yeah people usually go nuts for that thing. I know I do this podcast which lead the follow up podcast after this the horror I do with Doctor Russell Sherman don't applaud for Russell. He doesn't like horror movies at all so we've been I've been assigning him horror movies to watch and trying to explain to him why they're good and he tries to explain to me why they're not good and so. I had them watch phantasm first time. We've watched one together in the same same room. It was really fun to watch his real action. Why was worried that he you know he's GonNa come on your podcast and talk about how much he doesn't like it in front of a crowd that super into it but judging by the response just now I think he might be the head of the festival might be the turnaround really anti phantasm crowd. I don't know what's going on around here. I did also just watch two nights ago. I've been watching the resident evil movies but not in order. Oh that's fun. Yeah it kind of makes a little more sense if you do it that way just put it on shuffle that that series has has the weirdest strict narrative actually going on if you actually watch those movies back to back and I don't know why you would do that or why did that. One drunken night but there actually usually is a very strict narrative going on it's not it's not all over the map like they're trying to tell the story they are yeah. It's very important of the umbrella corporation. I don't get that have anything to do with the umbrella academy. No ooh Okay Corporation the bad guys resident evil. They make this made the virus project Dallas and they did that to all those poor dogs. Yes I don't like them. They'd have to friendly name they do. It sounds like it's GonNa Cover and comfort you yeah. It's not a closed umbrella that hits you. Oh yeah that's what you're done. Cargill won't last movie. You saw God dammit man every time I come on your show. Just watch some obscure foreign thing and I sound like such a Douche. I'd be you already told us what you saw last night right. Let's talk about Joe Joe Rabbit at per second okay. Let's do that who saw that only crap now be honest. Is there anybody here at clap if you saw it and it just wasn't feed and care for it like you've found it to be in bad taste or whatever yes nobody cool crowd. I mean maybe it's good for the movie that little controversy going. I'm in but like people are upset that there's that it's a comedy that has a has a Hitler figure in. It are just silly yeah well. I mean it's Hitler does not appear anywhere in the film. There's a few images of Hitler but the Hitler in the movie is this imaginary friend of a ten year old boy as he imagines he wants Hitler to be yeah yeah like if Hitler replaced by a hilarious guy who is constantly being hilarious but it's a kid who's been raised. His entire life told that Hitler is this great wonderful guy who loves everybody thinks he's Mr Rogers and he shows up every ten minutes to go..
A brief history of soy
"Of soy. I'm joined by Christine DuBois, and I'd like to start by saying that I've sort of intimate personal relationship with soy. I eat a lot of it as vegetarian, but I also grew up in rural Illinois surrounded by soybeans. That said I didn't know a lot about its history or the tremendous scope of its global impact. Until I read your book. Can you start giving us an overview of the breadth of what you cover. So my book, the story of soy might consider it, a biography of soy soy were a person this would be their biography starting from its early domestication moving through its use in Chinese and Japanese food ISM its development to use during various wars, including the rest of the Japanese war and World War Two. And then it's use in factory farming of Higgs and chickens primarily on through its genetic engineering. It's Houston biodiesel and its environmental effects as well. It's his it's affects on nutrition in the book, you take deep dives into different parts of soy's history in the role it played in wars societal development politics in the environment. If we go into any of those though, I think will lose the big picture. So can you summarize just how important this little bean is on a global scale? Soybeans are one of the most traded crops around the world. Most people have no idea how incredibly important this plant is because it is fed primarily to chickens pigs on large factory farms with relatively few employees. So most people especially people who live in cities are not aware of how in agricultural areas, particularly in north and South America. This crop is huge. It's hugely profitable. And it is hugely shaping our world. It was the first commercially really successful genetically engineered crops, and because it was so commercially successful. It has spurred the development of other genetically engineered crops. It is used in countless products with industrial products and many many food products, although in very small quantities. So it's everywhere in our environments, and it has everything to do with cutting edge science, and it is massively important to a Connie's and trade disputes slim pick up on that trade dispute item because a few weeks ago, the Washington Post had a really interesting piece on how North Dakota soy farmers were being especially hard hit by the tariffs implemented as part of this ongoing U S China trade war because they sell the vast majority of their crop to China. Do you see that that loss of access to US markets, whether it's temporary or long term is going to have a worldwide impact like will other countries start growing more soy in? What would that mean the way soy is being handled as a crop worldwide, especially in South America right now? And it's really a looming problem for Africa as well is often quite environmentally destructive. The only reason I'm not mentioned North America. Here is that we already destroyed the North American prairies longtime ago, even be sore Sawyer was planted there. So it's a done deal here in North America. But in South America, there's a lot of land that was still virgin wilderness that is being deforested or disadvantaged in order to grow soy because it is such a lucrative crop. And it's really a very very serious problem, particularly in places like Hera Guay, which have much less strict environmental regulation. And places like Brazil, which has increasingly strict environmental regulation to protect the Amazon, but which has their difficult problems of enforcement, Cargill and the nature. Conservancy have worked together to try to improve some of the systems for protecting the Amazon, but there's such a long way to go. And some of the things that are being done to assist. The soybean farmers of Brazil in particular, the completion of highway that cuts right through the Amazon is which is a national highway is really leading to deforestation along its borders within fifty miles of any major road. You get a lot of people coming in building all the things that would service the truck drivers. And then town spring up in then when towns spring up you have to have schools in hardware stores, and churches, and so forth and more and more gets built up along highway. So there's a very deep concern. And of course. The concern relates to how is all of this going to affect global warming and right now with what's going on with the United States trade war with China. We have slapped a twenty five percent tariffs on to our soit being exported to China, which is our largest fire. And so right now, the Chinese don't have a lot of options for making up that soy. But in the long run they are going to want to look for other suppliers that are not going to be slapping that tariff on them. And so they are investing as they already happened. But they're probably going to celebrate it now investing in more virgin lands in Africa and South America. But they're really doing a lot in Africa that are probably going to start being planted in soy. And so more wilderness are going to be destroyed and this is a very grave concern for climate change Christine. What her new book is the story of
"cargill" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"And click on the livestream. It gets boring in about thirty seconds. But it makes the fact that it exists. I mean, this is super important. You know, people wanna be connected to. How their food is made. The products are made how everything they purchase is made and transparency is no longer something to be dismissed. I think it needs to be front and center, and the fact that they're doing that. I think is amazing. And it star it stands a course in stark contrast to the way dairy products have been produced, historically, and how they're protected through Agag laws and all kinds of regulations that insulate the consumer from the very truth of how these things are created. Yeah, I mean for people who don't know what an gag law as Mark Pitman from the New York Times coined the term Ag gag and in states have been passing these laws to make it illegal to find out. How meat is made. There are a variety of these laws. The early ones were you can't tape inside a factory farmers slaughterhouse or any sort of facility that goes toward raising animals for food. So you got the plant based meat and clean meat companies. Saying come one come all and good luck getting into a. A modern farm or a modern slaughterhouse goes back to people eat meat despite that not because of that. So these technologies I think once the price is competitive, and once it is taste identical or better. I don't see many people not switching. Well, that's a perfect segue into a certain sector of the economy that is somewhat resistant to this which is the the meat and dairy producers themselves for every Cargill Tyson. There's a whole variety of other ongoing concerns that would prefer to not have this succeed. And we're seeing this battle taking place in the front lines of it right now are over labeling. Right. Yeah. So tell me about what's going on with the meat labelling thing. I know you guys have jumped in there's an injunction like this is super fascinating to me. Yeah. It's it's been surprising to me. I should say there aren't really. There isn't a company that's similar to Tyson or Cargill that is not on our side here in the cattle ranchers, and the dairy producers are pretty much the only folks who are not excited about base meeting reckless threatening their livelihood. So you almost can't blame them like this is how they make a living. Yeah. I think that's exactly right. But I guess it just sort of underline people who work in slaughter houses like at threatens their livelihood. But those are just the worst jobs human rights. Watch said that the way that slaughterhouse workers are treated in the US is the US human rights crime, but people who are working in chicken farms and pig farms like those folks are not excited to be working in chicken farms and pig farms, so kind of the only people with a vested interest who care about this stuff are the dairy. Producers are still tens of thousands of small dairy farms and cattle ranchers, there are still I don't know how many but lots of cattle ranchers. So that's kind of the only folks in the resistance to this sort of move in this direction technique. And it's our position that they shouldn't be our position that plant based me clean meat and these alternative products..
"cargill" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"And a lot of other veteran initiatives over at Cargill is Jason MC burly. Jason. We'll come back to Minnesota military radio. It's great to be here. All right. Good Debbie back in the studio and for listeners that maybe I'm familiar with. You can download a little bit about your time in the service. I know you started out in the red color marines marine. Yeah. That so that seems like forever ago, but yes, I started out in the Marine Corps and fort by way through multiple services. We were talking about this the other day, I started as an active duty marine went to the air force reserve for a short stint, and then finished all my career about another seventeen years with the Minnesota army national guard in the last position, you held was public affairs officer for the thirty fourth infantry division red bulls. And we know that they just send about six hundred and fifty people there on the way to the desert's acquit. Yeah. They sure are. So another great deployment of the of. The famed red bulls. And I'm sure they're going to have another successful tour in southeast Asia. I'm sure they are and as you, and I've talked we're going to have regular checkups with them. Because our our producers bin L Cooper's over there with some equipment. So we'll have red bull updates every month. We'll follow that deployment see what they're doing. We're gonna talk about Cargill today. Cargill became a beyond the ribbon company how long ago. So I was just looking at that thing we're about an r v years. So we established our veterans and military support network in two thousand fourteen and it was based on the criteria for becoming a beyond yellow ribbon company. And so that criteria moved us forward into developing our own internal network, which we hadn't had prior to the beyond the ELO ribbon in some of those commitments there to help support the garden reserve forces they may work for Cargill and their families if they're deployed and in some of that is a commitment to hire veterans. It is the the mission of the veterans and military support network at Cargill is to recognize recruit and retain military, service members and veterans, and so one of our one of our largest topic. And one of our greatest efforts is around hiring and finding great veterans and servicemembers to serve with us at Cargill. And of course, Cargill's got facilities all over Minnesota. And in really all over the country. Don't they? Well, it's just I it's, you know, it's the reason why. We're here really there's one hundred and fifty five thousand employees across seventy countries. But as it relates to the radio, we just went through the list of where stations are located and they cover about fifteen or sixteen different locations that we have across the state of Minnesota our headquarters is obviously here in Minneapolis. But we have production facilities all throughout the state everywhere from pipe stone. Minnesota's Saint Cloud Monticello just pick a place across the state of Minnesota. And we have a facility that this listener ship is nearby. So our network stations fits pretty well. With the with the Kargil imprint across Minnesota, they certainly nest over each other. And then I would I would suspect that a listener of this show on one of those stations is likely at Harvest Right now probably this weekend Sunday morning. You know? So we've got our farmers customers that are listening to this program that we hope you are enjoying the programming and our loading up a green card to take it over to Cargill elevator. And Jason Cargill. Also is a member of the employer supported the garden reserve. Yes. GR and you've wants a mortgage there. Yeah. We've been very fortunate through the diligent hard work of a lot of our membership in the VMS to have won a very prestigious award the Freedom Award, which is the highest award from ES jar multiple other awards through throughout the years..
Nationwide ground beef recall linked to E. coli outbreak
"Out a ground beef recall, the tell you about in Oklahoma, it affects ground Chuck sold at all these stores. The USDA says the effected beef could be contaminated with E coli the recall affects ground Chuck produced by Cargill meat solutions and produced in package on June twenty first with ES Eighty-six are printed inside the USDA. Mark of inspection. Health officials say check your freezers, if you have frozen packages of
Cargill recalls about 132,000 lbs of beef products over possible contamination
"Colorado meatpacker is recalling more than one hundred and thirty two thousand pounds of ground beef after an e coli outbreak that killed one person and made seventeen others sick. Jeff monosso with FOX has the latest. The US department of agriculture says the beef was produced and packaged at Cargill meat solutions in fort Morgan Colorado on June twenty-first and shipped to retailers nationwide. The products include three ten in twenty pound ground beef packages under the our certified XL, sterling, silver, certified and fire. River farm brands with July eleven us or freeze by dates. The cargo plan had a similar recall of XL ground beef in August with no illnesses reported at that
Ground beef recall after E. coli outbreak kills 1, sickens 17
"Detroit. Sixty WJR news. Dick Haith ner. Don't eat. This beef Cargill meat has issued a recall of more than thirty two thousand pounds of ground beef due to a deadly E coli outbreak. Eighteen people have become sick with e coli linked to this meat. According to the USDA one of them died, the
Cargill recalls 25,000 lbs of possibly contaminated beef
"US agricultural officials say Colorado-based Cargill meat solutions is recalling more than twenty five thousand pounds. Of ground beef that might be contaminated with e. coli the recall notice says. The meat was shipped to warehouses in. California and Colorado it's labeled XL 93.7 fine ground beef it. Was, produced August sixteen with an expiration date of September fifth there have. Been no reports of illness due to eating,
Cargill recalls 25,000 lbs of possibly contaminated beef
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ABC, Dave Schreiber and Apple discussed on Lutheran Hour
"Detained Colorado based Cargill meat solutions is recalling ground beef that it says could be contaminated with. E. coli the recall covers meat labeled XFL 93.7 fond grind, ground beef whether September fifth, expiration date the company says grocery chains affected by the recall include Safeway albertsons pack and save. In Vons the stores are located in, northern, California, Colorado Nebraska, northern Nevada, New Mexico South Dakota. And Wyoming no illnesses have. Been
"cargill" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast
"All right well thanks guys for coming on the podcast day plans for memorial day we did a day today hate being on our today today we did a cookout on the modern rogue some we melted a pig's body yeah you seem breaking bad we wanted to test to see if that's possible with acid acids are more tightly regulated but it turns out lies pretty regularly acceptable but also don't use an aluminum pot because generates a bunch of hydrogen gas that explodes i guess people should go see that i want you to break things because we're not we're not smart people all the time are pay people are always like like like you guys don't know anything like that's the point we're trying to figure it out we're not saying we're experts we're trying to become experts and so it's cares me sometimes because you're the guys that i drink with i feel like at some point one of you is going to die with your final words being hey cargill watched this but that all have a much smaller tombstone takes to yours but you're never here hold my hydrogen what's that would you say that because he's like science channels on the internet you do think when you watch them this person knows everything but scientists are just a bunch of you who don't know something but they have a good feeling about something so they're gonna give it a shot and unfortunately all the scientists they don't have to deal with commenters like you guys should have watched this other channel i'm like those guys know what they're doing fuck off idea to clip for my blog learning to be a pilot i'm getting certified as a pilot and the aviation school when they found out i was gonna film they're like men if you put anything regarding aviation online you can be like you're going to have a bunch of armchair pilots telling you how you got everything wrong like made that whole section of it just silence and just stay away from it but that's just the nature i don't all the way back to talk backers any cool news oh god yeah i mean that's that's the we built a pc and of course everybody had their thing that they were like oh so much cringe now we shot a gun so much cringe everything you're not supposed to shoot it this way motherfucker like seriously.
"cargill" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast
"Oh that's acceptable part of storytelling in now it's really not and how do you how do you correct that injustice and get the character right at the same time and so that was like one of my big focuses so being able to humanize them with that that you know that wong element was a big thing all right so i i got a question and you might have to recruit recuse yourself on this cargill because you may know something that i recused myself everybody else may not even know what i'm talking about but in an age where they manage to pull off the avengers where they manage to pull off a infinity war and all this stuff is it is it possible that we can see the secret wars do beyond her tried to figure out what it means to be human thing right with the first one was the beyond her like give me all your hero go fight but then secret wars do is like i don't know you guys seem cool let me try to be a human so so weird i've ever like an honestly say i've never heard the word beyond or spoken anywhere near a lot of the stuff the the motivations in infinity war like no says they made him a little more mainstream the beyond i i've heard that they want to try to seek awards but i think they're gonna secret wars are going to do the one where they just put it together and they'll fight they really they really did change the nature of thanos in infinity workers originally his motivation was i am in love with death yeah i want to get her attention and so i'm going to kill half the universe yes.
Tornado causes major damage in Jacksonville
"News we heard just like is like a freight train just came through bus route chard cargill the facility manager the basketball arena at jacksonville state university in eastern alabama moments after a tornado ripped off part of the building's roof alabama state trooper said at town looks like a warzone apartment building was shaping i did feel that i was in my closet that woman lives near the campus jazz you to residence halls at jacksonville state university also heavily damaged but the school is on spring break so there were no students in them at the time twisters also suspected of damaging homes near alabama's border with tennessee and baseball sized hail and common alabama has left several police cars undrivable the northeast is bracing for yet another snowstorm several winter storm watches are posted up to a foot of snow forecast for parts of new jersey starting late tuesday night into wednesday it's already turned into a winter storm warning in extreme northern virginia state and texas is stepping up the search for a serial bomber adding one hundred additional officers to find whoever is leaving bombs in austin we have so many resources that are now devoted to this we are going to find this bomber and i believe we will find that bomber soon that's texas governor greg abbott's on the story with martha mccallum of the fox news.
"cargill" Discussed on KELO
"The road and you know as you mentioned jorge mas men it he was seen before the collapse of the silver brit that's right and so some people think that there's a buildup of energy that is about to discharge and that buildup events g is what attracts these beings or allows us to see them more easily and then win that discharge occurs that is the energy being a relief that creates the tragedy and so we have cargill sightings that were very prominent b here's another thing that i thought was fascinating um do you recall george me telling you on at least one occasion that over the past ten years i have interviewed about eleven different people around this island who say they have woken up in the middle of the night to find a ball of white hovering and their bedroom yes just kind of wavering around in there yeah just sort of floating around us if it's usually whites or yellowish colored if larger that a basketball when people wake up and see this in the bedroom they are absolutely petrified and it's even weirder when this found a comes from the ball of white now this usually happens to a couple it's usually a man and his wife and they each described the hearing a different kinds of cell so the usually the woman well here's something that is described to me as an audio recording played and fast for so it's coming in there so you know they can't make any sense of it but the other person usually the ma'am we'll here uh a voice that comes from the ball of white and sometimes it speak spanish and sometimes it speaks english but it has said to these people there is something major that is happening soon on this island you will be okay do not be afraid and then it disappears now so far i've been able to get back in touch with four of those eleven people and every single one of those people said that they were fine that they didn't sustain any damage during the hurricane that they.
"cargill" Discussed on The Filmcast
"Is is naked sentimentality in the place of imports like there's nothing important that happens there i feel like you can have both by the way like that character who she is she is what they say she is she is a replicant born from to other applicants the movie doesn't quite defined what we would call the human soul but i think juicy at one point has a very like stilted arguments with k this very it's very like clear what she is trying to refer to as they go humans have souls and you don't in you know you've gotten fine gotten along fine without having a soul and they love goslings look in that moment of like oh that's that's how inferior i am like i'll never be real because they don't have this this is a replicant by definition of humans which is born which has created and grown in evolves just like a human does i think uh on a philosophical level he would say this replicant has a soul so if replicans are at this level like effectively she is no different than any human from what we seen why i agree with you jeff is that it does feel with with frace's character coming in like almost near the end and and setting up this conflict it does via lake this is trying to set up a sequel that's going to come and 35 years you know like her overlong great exit here it doesn't think alike wolford much sooner yeah you just it feels like kind of an incomplete movie in some ways he even even as i agree with cargill and devendra who've put it very beautifully like what that last seen represents it's still does feel kinda like yeah there it's a kind of a serial there's kind of the serialisation element that i didn't feel like with the first film and any it if the if the idea of a replicans at i mean.
"cargill" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"The two flashing amber better out dyed leapt on the backside of a piece of equipment you know i'm i'm thinking about a wagon or something like that i might blocking a smaller cabs light well that wagons supposed to have some waiting on the backside of it too he says so little investment in time and a little investment and money he a long ways towards preventing the most common tractor accidents ibni peterson those are the three big things you need to know on the big show all right thanks sandy let's rundown summa market information now markets of course are brought to us by champion seed champion seed stand side by side with every day champions and looking at december corn right now three fifty two even down a penny in three quarters bases off of that number on this tuesday adm cedar rapids 21 cents under for delivery through september twenty three under and clinton adm through september cargill eddyville hill 2600 december corn futures for september delivery 28 since by the ten th of october thirty under december futures for the balance of october let me bring up their hours uh if i can hear a get an email from updating that from uh the folks have cargill eddyville the six to four pm the hour sport today and tomorrow they heaven announced hours for thursday and friday we should get that information at uh probably sometime tomorrow first.
"cargill" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Witnessing the struggled a bit people of the cargill calls the real cargill colton in the pacific were witnessing exactly that they were witnessing the japanese fighting deeply the british and the american and in the pacific or two so they saw that there were two oppose opposing group plating each other right so they do good incorporated that you know to some extent and it in there but histories that and their belief system play duke there was kind of a struggle but there were you know fascinating weapons and the ability to fly over the planet into all sorts of things i mean imagine what that must look like to a stone age civilization so but in the book the you make that and then them what was going on right the argument being in the in the books their numerous examples of ancient civilizations that are describing wars between gods were structure of their carving listen patrick left some things about sort you think that there is a barely some of these that need to be taken literally i think so literally to the extent that then something was taking place and it was not hillman an offense that we understand the rules they would have described it that way there's certainly enough things into bible that describe you know tried fighting tribe's for instance there's no hint of you know necessarily they're being any supernatural complement to that but if we go back to genesis six and then example and there you have the suns with gotten the daughters of man you know and so what is that mean you know that's one of those raises a but that's sections of the but i will that nobody really understand and i think i can convinced innovate understand that you have something all the suns of god the bennett looking him and they have the daughters of maddon and the gotta think could go as a mentor really cute and they go in collaborate with them and they have children and it appears but these children our sort of genetic monstrosities with some kind and because there called the giants which is one way of interpret in the term that's silly him so you have this happen and then immediately i mean it him a bible genesis six after this description of the have gotten daughters of man god gets.