33 Burst results for "Clemson University"

"clemson university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:34 min | 6 months ago

"clemson university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Paid almost 20 grand markup on it It should have been a $50,000 car I was a $70,000 car So people who are trying to buy a car right now they're traveling states away they're waiting weeks or months or they're just giving up for now which is frankly what I did I'm so sorry to hear that What is keeping the supply down Well it has been the single biggest reason driving this is a shortage of computer chips These little tiny semiconductors are everywhere in vehicles these days Earlier this year I spoke to Chris peritus He's a Professor of automotive engineering at Clemson university He said they're not just in the obvious places like touch screens For instance most vehicles now have a pressure sensor inside the tires The seats themselves have definitely lots of sensors That's how a car can warn you if your tires need more air or remind you to buckle your seatbelt But all these chips they were really disrupted by the pandemic like a lot of products were demand disappeared it roared back it through the entire supply chain just completely out of whack So now automakers can't make as many vehicles as they would like It millions fewer vehicles than they would manufacture otherwise So you've got supply down you have a lot of wealthier families who have a fair amount of cash on hand right now And add it all up price is just skyrocketed Okay so we know the chip shortage is not going to go away and weeks or months could be a year or more What else is ahead in 2022 Well the big story we're going to be watching is a dramatic increase in electric vehicles every single automaker.

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"clemson university" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:30 min | 8 months ago

"clemson university" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"It. So. In closing everybody, I just want to say, first of all, thank you guys for sitting through all that. It's amazing. This is our generation. It's our opportunity to do something about this. And it's time for us to say that we are going to apply ourselves in the sense and that you're going to be strong and courageous with your beliefs. I know you can feel outnumbered at times, but look around you. At this school, you already see hundreds and hundreds of people that share your values and that want to see this country go in a very specific way. I'm going to close with two things. Number one, if you're not getting involved with our wonderful turning point USA chapter, you guys have got to get involved. It's amazing. Also, I know a lot of you guys listened to our radio show and our podcast, thank you for that. And if you guys aren't yet subscribed, we'd be blessed if you guys would consider doing that. We work really hard on that. And this entire discussion will be rebroadcast with that. And I'll close with this, which is that you guys we have such an amazing gift to live in this country at this time. It's time for us to apply ourselves to be the optimistic, happy warriors, and I'm telling you, our best days are ahead when I see so many young people starting to rise up, starting to think in a way where they want to do something, not just sit idly by. Our best days are ahead everybody, if we apply ourselves correctly. God bless you guys. Thanks so much for having me tonight. Thanks so much for listening to everybody email us your thoughts, freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. God bless you guys. Speak to you soon..

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"clemson university" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:23 min | 8 months ago

"clemson university" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Question. Last question of the night. Oh my God, I'm a good time. Hey, Charlie, hope you're doing well. My name's no sites. I'm a freshman here at Clemson. And so the question I want to ask is stems from some research I've done, reading Wall Street Journal in some other articles, essentially talking about how the Federal Reserve is about to start a combating inflation and that Starbucks is planning in the summer of 2022 to raise their minimum wage to $15. And so my question to you, I know obviously a very high blanket minimum wage nationally isn't a good thing because obviously costs more to live in New York than it does here in South Carolina. But do you think it will be beneficial after all these years of having the same minimum wage? Do you think it would be beneficial for areas like here in South Carolina to increase a minimum wage at all? Probably not, especially as we're seeing an inflation cycle right now. And wages are going up, but the prices, the price of goods are going up so dramatically right now. And there is a direct correlation with arbitrarily raising the minimum wage and higher prices. Here's what I will say though. I do think that workers need to be able to keep more of their money and we have a moral obligation for that. All of you that have jobs, you guys pay a fico tax. You guys know what I'm talking about? 8% or whatever 7 and a half percent of fica. I think that the conservative movement should say, we want to get rid of fica for anyone earning a $100,000 or less. That would be the effect of same thing. That'd be a 6% bump in the wage without actually having to put the burden on employers. That makes sense. So I agree with you. I want to put more money in workers pockets. I think it's incredibly important. Let's start with doing it by saying you don't have to pay 6% of your hourly wages to some sort of distant off social security trust fund when you're 24 years old, and you can barely make ends meet. I'll finish with this with a minimum wage thing. With the minimum wage thing the congressional budget office did a huge study that showed that it would cost millions of jobs nationwide. And we see that in New York, we see that in Seattle in Portland. Now, you might be able to get me to agree to a minor minimum wage adjustment regionally if we were not in the midst of a massive inflation cycle. If all of a sudden we had full employment, we none of those things are happening right now. If you guys try to eat out lately there's a labor shortage across the country, the likes of which we have not seen in our lifetime, not to mention the price of goods are going up dramatically. So thank you for your question very thoughtful. Appreciate.

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"clemson university" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | 8 months ago

"clemson university" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

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"clemson university" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:38 min | 8 months ago

"clemson university" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Coca-Cola and delta came out and they said that Georgia's voting law was against their values and then they moved the All-Star Game to Denver. I just loved having to see the World Series, by the way, of like having to be in Atlanta. It was amazing. And by the way, Atlanta totally blew it last night. I could do a whole baseball analysis. Awful. It's a whole different thing. I'm telling you, they have to go to Houston and be careful. They're going to know what you're going to pitch before you know what you're going to pitch. And so that's all I'm going to say. So I get so much backlash when I say that with the Houston Astros, but I mean, come on. It's proven at this point. Anyway, your question. So yeah, stop buying products from people that don't share your values. And we as conservatives don't like boycotting, fine. Then at the very least, you could buy cut the good companies. Did you guys have in and out here yet? I don't think you do, right? No. The In-N-Out is phenomenal. Don't get me started on Chick-fil-A. I know people like Chick-fil-A, but there's a whole different whole different program at play with Chick-fil-A, very woke, very BLM centric. They fund groups that are pro abortion. People get really surprised when I say that. Go look it up yourself, type in Chick-fil-A, family research council, entire study on this, where the CEO did all sorts of stuff. But they're not the worst obviously. You see people are always like, what are you talking about? I thought they were amazing. You could go look it up yourself. Yeah, but in closing, support the good companies and don't support the bad companies. Liberty is a great school. God bless you. Hey, Charlie, thank you so much for your ministry.

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"clemson university" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:53 min | 8 months ago

"clemson university" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Appreciate it. Thanks. Hi, Charlie. My name's cine geir, and I'm a president of turning point USA at USC upstate in Spartanburg. I'm also a nursing student. I'm a senior at UC upstate, getting ready to go in the medical field. And I for one am proponent of medical freedom. And I know many nursing students and nurses who are, and I just wanted to know your take on how we can be better proponents and advocates for people that we take care of that may agree with us, may disagree, but we just want to be proponents of medical freedom and what are your thoughts on that? Yeah, first of all, thank you for that. And thanks for leading our chapter. You're in a tough spot. And I think you know that. So many people in the medical field are losing their jobs right now. In the midst of a pandemic we're firing frontline healthcare workers that don't want to get the vaccine even though many of them have natural immunity. From this virus. And so I will say this, something broadly, then something specific to you, that if you're going to go this path and speak out about these things, you have to be willing to lose Friends, sometimes lose income, lose social status. And I think you've already learned that, right? Is that for anyone out here that feels compelled to speak out? It might cost you something. In my cost you a membership to a country club, or it might cost you a best friend. It might cost you being enough fraternity or sorority, and might cost you something. So that's the first thing. The second thing is I would keep on challenging people on the issue of alternative treatments and their proven efficacy when it comes to medical freedom. I believe one of the great injustices is how people have not been able to learn at all about how other treatments such as hydroxychloroquine Ivermectin azithromycin.

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"clemson university" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:54 min | 8 months ago

"clemson university" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Things take sacrifice and they take work. Meaningful things are things that require you to restrain sometimes you're fleshly impulse to sleep in to want to kind of just kick the can down the road. Instead, meaningful things take you to prioritize something that is good over something that feels good. And all of you have experienced this, you have. You all know what it feels like, I hope to work really hard and get a good grade in a certain class. To legitimately work in a class that challenged you, not one that was easy for you. But you woke up sometimes and you pulled the all nighters and you challenged your instinct to get a better grade and you felt rewarded. I know you did. You felt satisfied by doing that. What I'm saying is that that should be a lesson for the rest of your life that I think would be very instructive. Thank you. Okay, right here. Hello, mister Kirk. Nice to meet you. So I have a roommate and me and my roommate get into political debates all the time. And he's more he's more center than I am right. And we had this conversation the other night about the American economy and capitalism, communism and whatnot. And we both agree that in theory, communism works in theory, but in practice, never work. Never once in his life. And I will stand by that. And I'm very pro capitalist. And so he said that did you know that 90% of Americans will die in the same economic status in the same economic class as they started in? And I said, I disagree. And I want to get your thoughts on that. Do you think that do you see that happening a lot? Do you think that happens a lot? Yeah, so let me just disagree with one thing you said. I don't think communism works in theory if you're dealing with human beings. You would have to change the entire operating system of what we as human beings are. And the best example of why socialism and collectivism does not work is the biblical story of Cain and Abel. Jealousy will come in very quickly as soon as one person wants something they can't have. Now in socialism, excuse the metaphor you take a rock and get what you want. In a market based private property based system, you can create something new. You could hopefully go about it peacefully. I will say this though. Your friend might be right with that statistic. I don't know. But understand when you're defending a market based system that doesn't mean you have to defend everything that's in America today. Because we have far from market based system and a lot of different parts of American life. Whether it let's just take a good example. The drug companies. AstraZeneca Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson, they get sweetheart deals with the government to force vaccines on people against their will. Now, I'm not going to take a stance on a vaccine, if you listen to my podcast, you know plenty of this. But no one should be fired from their job for not wanting.

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We Are Living in a Time of the Ruling Class vs. the Citizen

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:44 min | 8 months ago

We Are Living in a Time of the Ruling Class vs. the Citizen

"Do you believe in a very a couple simple American promises and are you willing to do something about it such as a citizen government, consent to the governed independent judiciary, checks and balances, and it is right now what we are experiencing is a dynamic of the ruling class versus the citizen. And the citizen is supposed to be us. Citizen comes from a Greek term, which means co ruler. Now this is a very important thing. The people that run the country are a completely different group of people than who make the country run. Those are two different groups of people. The people that run the country have never been more disconnected, regardless of what political affiliation you might think it is than the people who actually make the country run. The people that make the country run are the police officers, the firefighters, the people that work in the medical clinics, the people that drive the trucks. They have never been more disconnected from the American ruling class. And the question is why? Well, the American ruling class and this is kind of an overarching term, whether it be economic, technological or scientific, has a contempt for almost every single person in this room. It has a contempt for people that are part of the muscular class. A contempt for people that do not want an overemphasis of trying to put America's America sovereignty into an internationalist type globalist style project. And the charge for us in our generation is are we going to be willing to slow down and stop the progressive lie, which is just because times change human beings change with it. And are we going to be willing to preserve things that are good and true and beautiful. In fact, preserve what Thomas Jefferson wrote in the Declaration of Independence, the laws of nature and nature's

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United Airlines Rolls Out New Plan to Diversify the Cockpit

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:50 sec | 8 months ago

United Airlines Rolls Out New Plan to Diversify the Cockpit

"Segregation was wrong in the 1950s. And segregating children in the Georgia public schools, which is what's happening right now is wrong again. And it goes even further than that. Whether it's not just graduation ceremonies, it's not just dormitories, but also I'll give you another example. United Airlines has come out and they have said that they are going to be hiring pilots based primarily on based on the color of someone's skin. Now, I don't know about you. When I'm flying in an airplane, I couldn't care less about the skin color of the pilot. I care can you land the plane? And this emphasis on diversity for diversity's sake comes with a price. And when you elevate diversity over competency to try and fit some sort of esoteric political agenda, then there will be a price to pay

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Charlie Talks Reclaiming the Nation on Veterans' Day

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | 8 months ago

Charlie Talks Reclaiming the Nation on Veterans' Day

"You look at our amazing veterans and the people serving in the military, they're from a portion of the country that gets kind of a majority of all the condemnation for whatever possible reason. I think it's super unfair. And when you go look at who's willing to go die for our nation, it's from right here. It's from this part of the world. It's from South Carolina. It's from North Carolina from Tennessee, Kentucky, Georgia, Mississippi and Alabama. And there is kind of this ethos of this part of the world of service and of duty and of love of nation and country and I travel the country. We were just in Vermont and we were in Oregon and Boise. There is a continual war on the American south. And I'll let you guys sort out if you know there's problems that south has to fix, like whatever. But you're my fellow countrymen. And I think it's so wrong to say, you know what? We are now going to impose our values. And by the way, you have to go remove all of your statues, which now they remove Thomas Jefferson, who is a wonderful man, and they removed him from Virginia. I think in Richmond, Virginia. And I'm always struck in the Bible. One of my favorite things in the Bible is this kind of refrain of remember. And right before the ten commandments, many people don't remember this, is it says I am the lord your God who delivered you from Israel from captivity in Israel. There is this constant emphasis on remembrance and on not forgetting what happened before you. And when you forget your history when you forget the ties that bind you together, there might be other reasons why those monuments might be standard. They say, oh, they're there because a white supremacy, or they're there because hundreds of thousands of people from this region bled and died for a cause that they believed in. And maybe that was part of the healing process to keep our nation together. And who are you, like, smug person from Manhattan to come in and say that we have to go remove every single statue from this part of the world. You guys shouldn't put up with it quite honestly. And I think it's wrong on a variety of different levels, but it also goes towards this idea of trying to impose one's values in a different part

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Charlie Kirk Hosts Meet-and-Greet on Own Dime After Clemson Denies Permits

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:47 min | 8 months ago

Charlie Kirk Hosts Meet-and-Greet on Own Dime After Clemson Denies Permits

"You know, our family, our Salem family includes great great talent like Charlie Kirk, Charlie had a big event here in the South Carolina area last night, quick backstory. Charlie was invite, I guess his turning point USA group had an event at Clemson university, the way that works, a group of Clemson typically colleges a university's public schools public universities have to go through a process and they invite organizations like turning point to campus and the left doesn't want to let kids hear Charlie Kirk's point of view. Conservatives aren't allowed to be in the public arena, according to the left. You know, the tolerant left. So Charlie had a great event last night, and the radio station put together a little meet and greet before the event. And Charlie was all excited about meeting 50 or 60 of advertisers for the station for 94 5 the answer Joey Hutch in the morning guy gonna be there going to be a big event. The last minute can't have an event because the right permits weren't filed wink wink. We don't have security wink wink. So Charlie Kirk took responsibility for booking a ballroom at the hotel right down the street, I guess, from little John. On Charlie's own dime, Charlie made it happen, and there was a great meet and greet Joey told me it was a terrific event last night. Had a terrific engagement with people, so kudos to Charlie and his team for going the extra mile. I know pat Kelly, the general manager here at the radio station Joey and the whole team was just they were all just thrilled with the way it went. And I hope you were too if you had a chance to see Charlie and hear him

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"clemson university" Discussed on  Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"clemson university" Discussed on Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

"All right. Everybody welcome back to slick talk the hospitality podcasts. And of course. If you're listening to this show you know you're about to get a bunch of greatness because every guest is a great guests. And i'm excited to be joined today by john white suzy founder of asset hospitality group. And i'm super pumped to get to dive in on his story and the background has led them to the journey that they're on today so john. Thank you so much for being on the show. And i can't wait to dive with you. Well we'll thank you for having me today. it's Always exciting to talk to people in the industry and just get different perspectives so we can all grow and and do better in providing hospitality to to the public awesome. Well let's dive right in. I wanna hear your story. I kinda got to review a little bit before the recording today and it sounds really interesting on how you got started with asset. So i'm curious to tell me like walk us through your background prior to starting the business but then also the journey and the leading moments to how you guys got started. Well first of all. I did not grow up in hospitality and If if you had asked me. When i was in my twenties did i'd be involved with hotels in and growing a collection of independent hotels. I would have told you you were crazy. I was a finance major at clemson university. And so i was a a numbers guy in a numbers cruncher in a bean counter and and then trying to move real quickly. Because i don't wanna take too much time but Then decided. I was going to be a lawyer and ended up in in in law school and as a lawyer. I ended up representing People who were developing resorts and golf courses and that's really where the seed for hospitality started. I didn't have a whole lot of It wasn't real fun. What i was doing his lawyer but i was getting to see what people were doing. In building resorts golf courses and providing a outlets for people to basically enjoy themselves in. Have fun and i just found it. Super cool. So through a mutual acquaintance. I was able to join a q..

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Natural Communities With Patrick McMillan

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Natural Communities With Patrick McMillan

"Patrick mcmillan came to herons would last fall from clemson university in south carolina where he ran the south carolina botanical garden and was a professor in the college of agriculture forestry in life sciences he also hosted a pbs series called expeditions with patrick mcmillan and led the development of the botanical gardens natural heritage garden. Which will hear more about so. Hi patrick. I'm so glad to make contact and get to know you a little bit. I margaret. it's it's wonderful to speak with you in wonderful be your. Yeah so i feel like it must have been a bit of like dorothy. Were not in kansas anymore. When you found yourself in the pacific northwest compared to south carolina. it really was. It really still is I've been a little shocked. How quickly of this area has started to just feel like home One of the. I mean herons would as one of the world's great gardens of with some of the best garden people in the world and into the area itself also to me just has this wonderful kind of maternal nece to it Seems to just envelope you and and convince you pretty quick that this is one of the best places on planet earth. Yeah so. I mean it's a distinctively different natural community or habitat from where you were and so besides being shift in zone and so forth. It's a distinguished place in many ways no thousands of different types of plants and so forth but also being i think one of the largest public gardens in the us that's wholly owned by native american tribes does. Did that influence your decision to come there and tell me a little bit about that absolutely You know when i when i was sort of looking around to to sort of slowdown and change and i know you know what that's like to to want to Get away for maybe six job. Titles down to one.

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California man builds mini version of Disneyland's Matterhorn roller coaster in his yard

Colleen and Bradley

02:32 min | 1 year ago

California man builds mini version of Disneyland's Matterhorn roller coaster in his yard

"Who spent the entire like since the pandemic hit since quarantine started. Rebuilding the Matterhorn, the ride from Disneyland in his backyard, rebuilding it, like building it like doing a replica of the Met, like inspired by the Matterhorn. He made his own roller coaster that's insane in his backyard, so this it's so cool. This guy named Sean Larochelle, who's a graduate student. He's pursuing his masters in architecture. Clemson University. He was like, you know what would be fun? Why don't I make a roller coaster in the backyard? And he sure enough, did you guys He did this with his own two hands, He Was He and his wife and their three Children are quarantining with his parents and siblings at their home in Napa Valley, and he was like we should build a roller coaster, he said. I want to see my dad and I was like, I think we're gonna build a roller coaster in the back. Gary. He's like, Oh, yeah, that's fine. No worries. They spent. With the help of 30 friends. They spent months like every day before work started. They would work on this project. And then every night after work from the From the time they got done with work until nightfall. They would spend putting this roller coaster together. And they did it mostly. I mean, they're not professionals like this is like they're not roller coaster designers. Hopefully, they know enough because that would save me a little bit. It is a 52nd ride from beginning to end. Hey, said it's got like rock formations, waterfalls and animatronic yeti. Uh, it's, he said, it's like it is an oh, Marge to the actual Matterhorn ride in Disneyland, and he says, it's just like they just did it for fun, and it works. No, it looks a made its way When you said roller coaster in the backyard. I was not expecting this. Like it's an actual roller coaster. It's like they built the mountain and the whole nine yards. They didn't mostly with stuff that they could get on. Amazon source online. Disturbing What crazy? What's the material made out of? It's not like Paper machine. I think so. I know from what I will for. I mean, most of it is will they use loves or to build the structure? And then they actually covered it with something And did? I don't know some sort of technique to make it look like looks like rocks. Right? So for those of you can't see it. It looks like a very many version of the Matterhorn. I mean, honestly. Yeah, that would be

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Trevor Lawrence Tests Positive for COVID-19

ESPN Daily

00:12 sec | 1 year ago

Trevor Lawrence Tests Positive for COVID-19

"Clemson University has announced quarterback Trevor Lawrence has tested positive for covid nineteen. He is currently in isolation and the school has confirmed. He will miss Saturday's game. against. Boston.

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Climate change is affecting flower pigments

Climate Cast

04:03 min | 1 year ago

Climate change is affecting flower pigments

"Our flowers reacting to climate change. I'm NPR chief meteorologist. Paul. Hutler here with climate cast. A new study in the journal current biology finds flower pigments are reacting to temperature and ozone changes. What does that mean for our flower colors, Clemson? University. Biology Professor Matthew. Kaczynski is an author of this study. Hi Matthew. Welcome to climate cast hype. All I want to get into the details but I what's your sort of elevator speech headline on climate change and flower colors. Yes. So flowers while one of their functions is to dry in pollinators. Another is actually protect the pollen in the abuse that hold the reproductive structures of the plant. And Pigments can protect Holland inaugurals from abiotic damage like from temperature or UV radiation. So climate change has the strong potential in we showed that it did contribute to changes in flower pigmentation. So for a non biologists like me, how would you explain the physical process increased pigmentation can lead to more absorption of solar radiation in any structure in so win a flower absorbs more light. It has the potential to increase in temperature. and. We found that flowers that have their pollen tucked within the pedals day actually declined in pigmentation when they experienced larger increases in temperature, and that could be a thermal regulatory response where flowers are actually decreasing pigmentation to reduce the chances that they're going to increase in temperature baked their pollen in species that have their pollen exposed to ambient light like a buttercup those when the pedals are open, you can see all of the panthers in those are the structures in the flower that hold the pollen So increasing UV pigmentation in the flowers might protect that pollen from ambient UV, light and so. Some species increased some species decline in pigmentation in some showed no change at all. How were you able to observe that in is a something we could see as visible to our is humans are Tri chromatic that means we see blue green and red, and that's our three photo receptors. Many insect pollinators are also try chromatic, but they see you the blue and green, and so what we measured is these UV absorbing pigments using ultraviolet photography if pollinators see these plans differently, how are these pigment changes impacting them? I've done some studies basically smearing sunscreens over the flowers so they become completely uv absorbing. That often reduces pollinator visitation. In, that might be because the UV reflection on pedals might help the flowers to kind of pop against a green vegetative background. So if it's declining, that could have potentially negative impacts for plant reproduction. So a lot of people like to plant flowers that attract pollinators, what does this mean for the average gardner who might be thinking about flowers for next year as a rule of thumb? It appears that more yellow flowered, plant, sleigh, comment asters, daisies those often are pretty UV reflective. In in terms of some of the common crop species that have UV, reflection on them, canola or ravenous, which is a mustard that is one that has these UV reflective traits on the flowers and then come in sunflower dozen while. Clemson University Biology Professor Matthew Kaczynski. It's a great conversation. Thanks so much for sharing on climate cast today. Thanks for having me.

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Micro Wave: Why Some Fruits Ripen Faster In A Paper Bag

Short Wave

06:50 min | 1 year ago

Micro Wave: Why Some Fruits Ripen Faster In A Paper Bag

"Hey nerds. So today we've got eight special guest short waves, very own producer Brett Hansen Hey Brit. Hello. Hello. This is your first on air shortwave appearance and I am aggressively excited about this I. Know You are yes, it is. Your. And today we've got our latest microwave installment, you know these snappy episodes with a couple of quick signs tidbits, some listener mail, which I very much enjoy reading every morning except for mean. I picture you with Your Cup of coffee and cats just going through the mail. So you've your investigative reporting skills to work on from what I can tell is your favorite topic of all time peaches US yeah I really really love peaches Yeah. I. Don't know if you know this but I do eat one standing over my kitchen sink pretty much every day I. do know that you've told me that Multiple Times Brit actually can't stop talking about it. They're the best part of summer. But now that summer's over, I've been using that paper bag trick to get them ripe. Do you know what I'm talking about you put them unripe and peaches and a paper bag for a couple of days. Take them out will oh yeah. They're ripe I'm doing that trick all the time I'm doing that trick right now actually knew or not I have peaches from the farmers market in a bag trust me. Okay. Well, that's actually what we're going to talk about today I've been using this trick for years, but I had no idea why it works. So I wanted to find out. So today on the show, we talked to a fruit expert about why some fruits like peaches ripen faster in paperback and why others don't. And? This is shortwave. From NPR. Okay Britt. We are talking about why some fruit like peaches ripen faster in a paper bag. So who did you talk to? Yeah so I called Juan Carlos Melgar he's a professor and pathologist at Clemson University some people say what's Pamala geology the science that study for three? Yes. So matty, full disclosure I didn't know what a pathologist was before I talked to one Carlos somebody who studied fruit trees shame another thing I didn't know is just how many varieties of peaches there are many take a guess how many do you think there are? A eleven. Okay. Well, eleven is a great number. Tell, it's not right. I could tell. But it is not the right number. Juan Carlos told me that he works with almost three hundred different varieties. There's no three hundred and he says compare that to apples. For instance, a lot of people know dame's varieties apples. Gala. Readily shows or whatever. However, nobody knows varieties features. And that's because they're legal Ten days two weeks bad variety is gone. Wow. You're already in my mind but Hansen. Okay. Each facts are facts I feel like I've been disrespecting peaches up until this point and I, need to change. Okay. So what did you find out about the paper bag trick? Yes. So one Carlo says that there are two key factors to understanding why some fruit including peaches ripen faster in a paper bag. So let's start with factor number one beaches produce a gaseous horrible. It's called Italy so. That gashes hormone ethylene is a ripening hormone. So as peaches ripen, they produce a burst of ethylene. So ethylene ripening go hand-in-hand exactly. But it's not just that a ripening peach produces ethylene it also responds to it. So say, for example, you create an environment where a peaches not only producing ethylene, but it's also surrounded by it that right there is the trick to making the peach ripen faster finding away to surround a peach in the gase hormone. I. I'm sorry expect gas or boat. I. Okay. Okay. This is where the paper bag comes in right? Yeah. So you put a peach in a paper bag close it up, and then all of the ethylene it's naturally producing gets captured and starts to accumulate inside the bag which means peach surrounded by ethylene Michael Peach steam room. A. Virtuous. Cycle exactly. That's exactly it's like. Okay. There's another part of this that I thought was pretty cool to arrived impeach. Using lot of athletes could help ripening a piece that is driving yet or not the same banana. Classic example Ou Yeah. So basically, the more ethylene accumulating in the bag, the faster the fruit ripens. So Super Ripe Peach is going to help a really hard peach ripen even faster. If that makes sense personally, I like to call this fruit teamwork. Mattie I think that that's a scientific term. So Okay Br does it matter whether or not you use a paper bag or could you just put the peach in like some other kind of container I actually wondered about this too. So basically, is there something special about the paper bag and this brings us to factor number two respiration? The other characteristics of these fruits is that they have not on the peaking saving. Peaking risk creation there we spiring. Yeah fresh fruit continue to fire or breathe if you will after being harvested so. Even producing carbon dioxide those peaches need that Oxygen Hanson. If. That seal two accumulating, they're they're useless oxygen. refire this. It's going to slow down there. Got It in writing if you wanted to writing to let that go on. Okay. So something that allows like a bit of airflow or just oxygen to be coming in and out. So a plastic bag won't work neither will a tupperware container or anything else that essentially prevents oxygen from getting inside Sudas the paper bag trick work for other fruits too. So it works for some but not all peaches, bananas, tomatoes basically fruits that ripen off the plant after they've been picked. Those are the ones that you can pop into a paper bag. Got It wow Brett Hansen. I. Have Learned so much

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Surging US virus cases raise fear that progress is slipping

Radio From Hell

03:10 min | 2 years ago

Surging US virus cases raise fear that progress is slipping

"Let's talk about alarming surges in corona virus cases across the United States yeah you know the U. S. south and the west raising fears that the outbreak is spiraling out of control and that hard won progress against the disease is slipping away because of resistance among many Americans to wearing a mask in keeping their distance from others confirming predictions of the easing of state walk downs over the past month and a half would lead to a comeback of the virus cases surpassed no that was cut off when we click on that cases surpassed a hundred thousand in Florida hospitalizations are rising dramatically in Houston and Georgia and stuff startling one in five of those tested in Arizona where Donald Trump is going to have a political rally are that one in five are proving to be infected over the weekend the virus seem to be everywhere at once several campaign staff members who helped set up president trump's rally in Tulsa tested positive as did twenty three Clemson University football players in South Carolina at least thirty members of the Louisiana State University team were isolated after becoming infected meat packing plants were also hit without breaks gene and I were talking before the show about the the women's soccer team that was I think it's for Landau Orlando pride they've withdrawn from the challenge Cup that happening here here in Utah because of numerous because really I think three players and four or five staff members of that team a Texas is among the number of states including Arizona Alabama Florida South Carolina whose governors have resisted statewide match requirements Utah we could put in with that as well it's not going well my friends it's not going well at all here in Utah Angela Dunn has urged governor Herbert to return coronavirus restrictions to the orange level statewide if Utah does not get down to an average of two hundred new cases per day by July first during the past week the state has averaged more than twice that many about four hundred and seventy new daily cases we're quickly getting to the point where the only viable option to manage spread and death will be a complete shutdown warns a memo from a doctor Angela Dunn the state epidemiologist the Utah department of health document which Dunn said was presented the leaders of the state's coronavirus response states that contact tracing and testing will not be enough to curb the rapid spread of covert nineteen the surge began twelve days after Herbert loosened restrictions by moving nearly all of the state to yellow or low risk status the memo notes on Monday the state reported four hundred and forty four new cases the twenty sixth day with more than two hundred cases this might be our last chance for course correction the

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A Pandemic Dahhhling, Do You Know What That Means?!

The Body Serve

05:01 min | 2 years ago

A Pandemic Dahhhling, Do You Know What That Means?!

"Hello everybody welcome back to the body. Serve Jonathan and I'm James. His I told you had a bit of a surprise for you at the start. Those, Where we're watching the great, we've got one episode left and it's filled with Hazaras. That is the catchphrase. We are in the middle of pride month, and before we get into the show, a special shot and thanks to Tom Humber stone who has been or designer over the years for? Various artwork that you may see associated with the body serve, and he's given the body serve a pride makeover, so we've updated all of our various socials and websites, and you can have a look at what he did there. We think it's just swell, so thank you talk so there's been a lot of news this week. Tennis's not exactly back in full swing, but it is apparently coming soon. The plans are in place for the US Open Roland Garros and for the WPA of pretty full fall. Schedule this to happen in one day. Basically. You wake up before i. do so when I got up. We'll tell you when that was or when that typically is. Knows a lot for me to catch up on. It took a while took like full day very like I had a a grasp of what was going on, and what it felt like to me, was one domino started, and then everybody was like damn. Yes, so the USDA teased a little bit earlier in the week that they were primed to go ahead than a big announcement was coming pending government approval we had heard rumors about the zoom calls this huge. ATP Zoom Com that no Ruben was talking about on the behind the rocket podcast, criticizing Novak Djokovic for allegedly not being there, so we knew there were is nothing alleged about to. He was not okay. The whole point university I don't WanNa get spread cheated. You know everybody's got to be charted once in a while. The so there were there were murmurs throughout the week, but. Wednesday at ten am. The US Open holds a press conference in the empty and cavernous. Arthur ash stadium. Stacey Allaster is there? They have a few other folks on court physician. Mc I forgot who that was. Sorry. My reporting skills are just not up to snuff over the the tennis break, but it was very much a public relations event. There were a lot of sport reporters on zoom. So after the the press conference happened, or after the main presentation happened, there were individual questions by. Reporters who they showed on zoom, and when we found out that there wouldn't be media physically on site. We got the sense that this, too was a trial run for what the media access will be at the actual tournament where presumably players will be interviewed via zoom. Right, so the big announcement as I'm sure you've already heard that the US Open will go ahead. As planned in the the same part of the calendar in New, York City at Billie Jean, King National Tennis Centre with no spectators, and with a lot of health provision in place, but listen I'm still surprised that they're going full steam ahead. I'm still extremely skeptical and especially what we're seeing now in. Clemson University for example. was. At twenty three members of the football team tested positive for COVID. The exploding numbers and Florida Arizona California baseball has affected right now. Golf is affected right now pretty much every sport that you've seen. Attempts to restart has been affected in one way or another in tennis. Not going to be immune to that and we'll get to why. We think that that's the case based on what's been going on overseas. Break so I? Guess I'm getting ahead of myself. Let's just go through the actual news first, and then we can comment on it as part of this abbreviated summer schedule, or there will be the Washington D. C.. C. Tournament, the city open held in DC, starting August fourteenth for the men I. Don't think we have heard about the possibility of a winds tournament yet, but I believe it's being discussed because it's typically joint event, right, it's not currently in the WTO calendar, but apparently that is still open, then the western and southern open. That is normally in Cincinnati will be held in New York City the week before the US Open. And then the US Open and because Cincinnati is moving to new. York. That means that there will be no qualifying. For the US Open because typically the week leading into the Grand Slam in New, York, city. It's this. It's this week long. Qualifying Extravaganza pretty much and so with Cincinnati playing that there's no room for qualifying

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"clemson university" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"clemson university" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Of communication at Clemson University who's totally starting a social media misinformation hi there I appreciate you spending a few moments with us to shed light on this very important issue first how does something like this hashtag explode when people like me with real accounts who have tens of thousands of real father followers in my tweets get no where near this type attraction yeah thanks for having me come on in the same boat you know I have week that was retweeted forty times last week and I was really proud of that yes yeah but it's really important for that it wasn't just that first account with three followers that created this hashtag that with that they can't with State Farm and a number of the accounts that immediately followed that account were also fake and so whoever did this whatever group could that it most certainly wasn't just some kind of basement they used a lot of fake accounts they also used a lot of hacked account on which is which is very difficult to tell when somebody doing that very difficult even for Twitter to tell when somebody's doing that hello tactic account thousands of followers that they were able to reach and so this as you said it it went viral very quickly and not only do the normal very quickly went viral at two in the morning eastern time that's not how I want things years ago violence so it was there waiting for people when they woke up and it was trending first thing in the morning and and that's really what kept it going so they used a number of different tricks to make sure that people use this hashtag and picked up on some of the disinformation connected to it so how come Twitter's algorithms can't catch any of this well you know there's a couple things you need to remember about Twitter one there in the middle of an arms race with bad actors and so you know Twitter might be really good at identifying what the Russians and the Chinese and others were doing last month or last year but that doesn't mean that they necessarily are on top of what they're doing at this moment because the tactics are constantly changing the other really important then you need to know about Twitter is that they are not Facebook beyond Google they don't have been a huge teams and lots of resources that with some of these other companies do I mean they've got great people you know I've worked with some folks at Twitter and and and they work hard at keeping that tracking some of these bad actors and putting these networked together and then turning it counts down but you know there's more of them than there are but or bad actors and are keen to Twitter working to stop on the show now they can only do so much and especially with a really concerted effort like happened on early Monday morning at two in the morning it's really really hard to stop and I got that officially with the tactic account if you get into somebody's account it's very hard to tell if a bad actor done so you know it just goes to back to the old adage I mean you know you can't trust which you read on the internet I mean you always have to verify hi there and thank you so much for shedding light on this very important social media issue because you know it's we live in these charge times.

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"clemson university" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"clemson university" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Of communication at Clemson University who's totally starting a social media misinformation are there any pre she's spending a few moments with us to shed light on this very important issue first how does something like this hash tag explode when people like me with real accounts who have tens of thousands of real fond of the followers in my tweets get nowhere near this type of traction thanks for having me come up I'm in the same boat you know I have week that was retweeted forty times last week and I was really proud of that some but it's really important member that it wasn't just that first account with three followers they created that hash tag that with the pick out what's the harm in a number of the accounts that immediately followed that account were also fake and so whoever did this whatever group it most certainly wasn't just some kind of basement they used a lot of fake accounts they also use a lot of hacked account on which is which is very difficult to tell when somebody doing that very difficult even for Twitter to tell when somebody's doing that and some of those hacked account cut out in the followers that they were able to reach and so this as you said it it went viral very quickly and not only did he go natural very quickly went viral at two in the morning eastern time that's not how I want things years ago violence so it was there waiting for people when they woke up and it was trending first thing in the morning and and that's really what kept it going so they used a number of different tricks to make sure that people use this hashtag and picked up on some of the disinformation connected to it so how come Twitter's algorithms can't catch any of this well you know there's a couple things you need to remember about Twitter one there in the middle of an arms race with bad actors and so you know Twitter might be really good at identifying what the Russians and the Chinese and others were doing last month or last year but that doesn't mean that they necessarily are on top of what they're doing at this moment because the tactics are constantly changing the other really important then you need to know about Twitter is that they are not Facebook beyond Google they don't do that which teams and not the resources that that some of these other companies do I mean they've got great people you know I've worked with some folks at Twitter and and and they work hard at keeping data tracking some of these bad actors and putting these network gather and then starting a countdown but you know there's more of them than Arafat or bad actors on our team to Twitter working to stop on me so I can only do so much and especially with a really concerted effort like happened on early Monday morning at two in the morning it's really really hard to stop an attack at a specially with the attack account if you get an automated account it's very hard to tell if a bad actor Donna you know it just goes back to the old adage I mean you know you can't trust which you read on the internet I mean you always have to verify thank you so much for shedding light on this very important social media issue because you know it's we live in these charge times and.

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How disordered eating behaviors impact your health, digestion, and hormones with Victoria Myers

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

07:34 min | 2 years ago

How disordered eating behaviors impact your health, digestion, and hormones with Victoria Myers

"We Toria thank you so much for coming on the podcast. I'm super proud to have you here. I'm really excited for the listeners. To hear someone who also takes this middle ground approach which is not allowed enough voice in the clinical nutrition slash disordered eating eating disorder recovery communities right. So I'd love to get started by talking about. How did you get here? Tell us about your personal health journey and the biggest influences on your relationship with food and your body growing up. Yeah well first of all Dana. Thank you so much for having me. I'm a really big fan of your work. Some honored to be on the PODCASTS. But for me I feel like my story starts way back in Childhood. Not obviously going to go into all the details stories of that vet. I just never had a normal relationship with my body and really ever with food and I remember. Really Young Age. I was kind of seeing foods as good as bad from a really young age and seeing my body as good and bad and all of those ways I think a lot of assist women were kind of affected by the culture in this society. As like what? We're supposed to look like right so as I get older. I that I wanNA be a Dietitian. And that was one of the best decisions I've ever made yet at the same time. It really was the catalyst for me starting to have really disordered behaviors around food because I felt like to be a dietician on you to look the part any to act the part so I would always say that like I had different forms of disordered eating. It never got quite to the spectrum of an active eating disorder but I did have restricted binge eating and I definitely had very disorder views towards foods I was always on diet of some sort and switching to a next month so a lot of chronic dieting and then I would say the thing that really stuck with me throughout the beginning just because again like becoming a Dietitian if doing needed to act and look the part was orthodoxy us. So that's the unhealthy obsession with eating healthy. I had that from the get go and then again. The dining kind of came and went throughout about ten years of my life. I went to school for you know nutrition and became a Dietitian. I moved to Florida after going to Clemson University where I did my schooling in my artie. Internship right outside of that area and when I moved to Florida I also continued those behaviors Especially as bright to be I remember being really restrictive with my eating habits but then binge eating afterwards because it's you know it's great that Pin Jhelum and I felt like again as a Dietitian. I just I always felt like I needed to be look apart always comes back to just not really filling enough as I was which is so interesting in the work that I do today because it's just changed so much so obviously as time has gone on I started to realize I had disorder behaviors. I realized this beautiful world of intuitive eating and how sad every side I worked on my relationship with Orthodoxy and really healing my disordered relationship with both food and my body just myself you know and for me a big part of that journey to with Arthur Rexona in this disorder relationship was I developed. Ib Ass and even had CBO for a period of time throughout my digestive issues. I also had a lot of hormonal imbalances when I got off a birth control after being on it for twelve years. I had a really hard time getting my period back so I'm so thankful for both the the journey ahead with my relationship with my body with food and also those digestion hormonal issues. I had because that's actually the exact that work that I do today. That's why I'm incredibly passionate about it because I find especially for people with the unhealthy obsession with eating healthy. What we're seeing right now with this health and wellness road is like this very dight. Centric approach to the Hillock. The healing modalities in the way that we need to heal. And we're being told you have to eat very specific and rigid ways to heal yourself right so I found while I was like China Hill. These things I am as I got even more or rex because I felt like it was the only way to heal and obviously went on. I realized exact opposite actually into eating was the best thing for me am I now can say like I rarely have digestive issues and I have a healthy monthly period and like all these beautiful things that came from healing my relationship with food and becoming an of eater and now at my virtual private practice. And that's the work the work that we do specialize in a clients who have orthodoxy. We do intuitive eating work. Digestive work in hormonal work as well so long story short. All those things together is the stuff that I'm so passionate about can't and it's so powerful to because I loved well loved and really identified with what you said before is like when you decided that you wanted to become a dietician. There's this kind of fear that you have to look and act the part and I feel like many people in the. Let's say the health and wellness and even sometimes the medical space as well. But mostly you see this with Dietitians nutritionists personal trainers health coaches everything like that. They're kind of is this conception that you have to look quote look the part right which like what does that mean when we start to examine that but you feel like you have to look a certain part or known will take you seriously. No one will believe you. No one will take your advice right. I mean there's that common like horrible truth like Oh well. No one wants to see a doctor who has cardiovascular disease like you would never go to a cardio surgeon who has heart attacks all the time right. So you wouldn't go to a Dietitian nutritionist. Who's in a larger body or has a higher BMI because there must be something wrong with them? Why would take their advice right? So there is this kind of fear as going into the dietetic practice or even with personal trainers or nutritionist. And stuff like that. Is I have to get there before. I can even be taken seriously and the interesting conundrum that I find with. This is many people go into the field of dietetic nutrition myself included because they are so obsessed with food and they want to make a larger part of their life so that they go into studying this and how to like you were saying we're in this era of like a diet centric approach to healing modalities and a lot of that is what you learn in nutrition school as well so it just kind of further impounds that belief and then you've got this okay. I need to look and act the As a Dietitian and I'm also already obsessed with food and it's basically just like a thunderstorm that can lead to Orthodox sick and disordered. Eating tendency is for a lot of practitioners as well yes. I couldn't agree more. I love that you use the word. Thunder storm is a great way to describe it. And it's so unfortunate to me because I feel like what we need to do now. Now that we've been part of the problem for so long which is why I really liked to show the messy parts of my life. Messy like the imperfect actions because we've created as a society that views perfection as the only way to obtain health that you have to eat this like very perfect way of eating and you have to exercise. Certain amount of times isn't it so unrealistic is so unattainable then makes people feel very all or nothing about their health and wellness behaviors. And then to. It's not what true health look cyclic. To health is not about session. It's about like your intentions in your mindset and just like living like living a good life like I don't want to ever promote the message anymore. Which once did I think we've all had our own evolution. Never went promote this idea of like you have to do exactly what I do to have this version of. Hell's I'm not interested in that anymore.

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"clemson university" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"clemson university" Discussed on 600 WREC

"The free today the Clemson University football team has won twenty nine consecutive games dating back to the twenty eighteen national championship the longest active win streak in college football the Tigers good extended to thirty by beating number one LSU in the national title game tonight the winning streak is so long that some players only suffer disappointment in athletics during an intramural basketball game in college its story by lane Hagens sports reporter at the Wall Street journal lane explain they're so good on the football field but some other players have literally never watch lost the game in college and at the same time there's a tradition that comes in players fielding in the mail from any male basketball team in the spring and you know dumbo is a huge basketball fan I guess we've been doing this for decades I had a reader write in to me and say that in the seventies when he was a student at clubs and he played against football players so it sounds like that kind of a long standing tradition there and last year for whatever reason there was four teams of football players that formed a real basketball teams and you know again stop road they might totally crush them but against each other it's a little more evenly matched let's face it you reference double Swinney right the the head coach ten eleven years now out and he's okay with this right now how to say we get all nervous of guys turning an ankle or something like that the off season yeah and you know it's funny I ate at the media day before the festival I went up to coach twenty and ask them Hey so I heard in real basketball pretty big with your players he he interrupted being goes no I play too so you know he's all over and he's very into it he encourages that because you know it be at a certain point you got all your updates blossoms team as and I think you know to an extent they're careful if there was a catastrophic injury to one of his players he might change his mind but you know so far so good to say this is speaking of this going back decades refrigerator Perry was said to have played in these games back in the day yes apparently so and speaking of unlikely good players I don't know if you remember Christian work and he was the number one first round NFL draft pick last year and he now plays for the dolphin and you know he didn't blame and he's a big dude apparently he's one of the best one the best basketball players on the team and you know he just to go up against an even you know one of the safety that Patrick said your Cody who is on crime his football team but at the rock on said that it was scary to go after a rebound against Christian well can you just get the wood lane Higgins sports reporter at the Wall Street journal her pieces called when Clemson's unbeaten football team were unbeaten football stars lost a game a lot of these football team guys actually play intramural basketball the competitive at it and occasionally they lose with or something they're not used to doing in college out of these guys wind up picking teams so I would give them a and some of them are just plain groups all the walk on chronic Lyme together and P. Higgins who had offers from little and several other D. one program for basketball when he was a high school kid has sort of done some light scouting and his teammates and I guess you know as early as the beginning of the football season trying to figure out who's going to be the best pick up basketball player to add to their team among piano the incoming freshmen and what not so I I don't think there's an official dry out it doesn't sound like the themes are so serious that they practice but they certainly care who's on their team I got a kick out of was that the one like software manager something who want to yeah some of these football guys he said you know they're kind of average size dudes but they're just more athletic than you in every possible way right and that was so common is here today I interviewed a bunch of people I played against the Clinton global players over the years and the one thing they all said is that you know you go again some of these guys that are not linemen better not be freakishly tall receivers about your side there six one maybe like one eighty you know they look built but they don't look that crazy and they're not that good of basketball players but you know they're just so fast that you can't get a play off you can just feel lobbying three try to make a play so it's it's got to be entertaining to watch the games I imagine when taken sports reporter at the Wall Street journal Clemson Ellis you eight o'clock tonight ESPN thirty minutes after the hour on this morning America's first news this report is sponsored by compassion international the morning right now Iraq on north bound to the home I just north of shall be dry that's north down to la homa north of Shelby drive a two car crash on Winchester just east of get wild and installed vehicle causing a hazard for folks on east bound to forty and get well use caution in that area that these down to forty I get well but traffic and have your right now there's a child living in extreme poverty with no future and no hope but you can bring hope when you become a compassion international.

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"clemson university" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"clemson university" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"But let's discuss Cleland Farrell defensive end of Clemson going to the raiders, we'll be back in four minutes. I go hit. So the buccaneers around the clock. It's show NFL draft keys here Kurtz, here and the raiders just selected Cleland was named from climate. You don't even know Cleveland Farah Farrell Cleveland from Clemson university yet Davis is hitting they're sitting there in just Chilin. He made his self about twenty one million dollars because between the thirty second pick. When Mel kiper has in going with the New England Patriots to the fourth pick of the writers is about a twenty one million dollar, guaranteed difference. Now, he was sitting on the black leather couches like just chilling. He was thinking he was getting ready to go in the second round. He was happy. Now, all of a sudden he goes in the fourth round the raiders sent the scouts home to do that. That's why I'm saying man, I gotta go ahead and just on my hat in the ring. It just say I want to go ahead and tackle his general manager stuff. 'cause I just you know, this is they still in may ACA still right now. You pick this kick turn out to be an all pro in the fed tastic player, but I can tell you right now based on the field that I watched and watching him for the last several years at Clemson. He has no Khalil Mack. That is not what they've signed up to get. That's not. That's not come on. That's not that. That's ridiculous. It's ridiculous. But we knew that he being over his head. Here's the bucks pig. It'll be Devon white for Tampa Bay's pick. I'm joined by Casey Reynolds, a make a wish kid and a huge bucket near fan. Casey's been fighting cancer. And tonight his wish is to be granted to now the opportunity to be granted. Now the fucking nears first round pick. We hope this wish gives Casey the physical and emotional strength to face any challenges that covers way. Okay. Casey. Does the time. With the pig and the twenty nineteen NFL draft the temper buccaneers two legs. Devon y. Yes. Great piggy. He may be you talked about quitting Williams being the best defensive player in the draft. Devon white. Actually may be the best defensive player for sure. The best. Lied back in the traff. It's not even close. Yeah. I mean, he's an amazing talent. He's a key at that can fly all over the place. You play the position, you know. Yeah. Lucky enough to do three LSU games over the last three years sat down what his defensive coordinator, Dave Aranda. And when I said just tell me Devon white. And he just looked at me and immediately lights up talking about Devon white. Here's a guy that came in. He's a four I more. He's a four four forty guy. He's all over the feel but his passion for the game. He silent a sideline you can brush him as a Blitzer you can put him in pass coverage. But then the biggest thing about Devon white is this is the do who's. Fearless. And when you look at for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. They didn't want to bring back Quantel Alexander. We talk about the linebacker who went to the before. And now we knew that the knee was going to be middle. Linebacker, and I'm not trying to put the lost the expectations on 'em key of he's gonna be the next Derrick Brooks..

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"clemson university" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

Marty Smith's America The Podcast

04:55 min | 3 years ago

"clemson university" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

"And then there's me and at the end of the tournament. Mike mcquaid, our balls who runs golf for ESPN and oversees all of our masters coverage one at each of us to take a different vantage point of what we saw in the tournament. What we saw from that moment. All of you, go write me, an essay and wrote him an Email and said, I'm going out to eighteen in my essay will be what that scene looks like and what I experience out there and the best way that I can describe it is like this. So as he was walking up eighteen the. Gene was unlike it was rockets in a way that Augusta National is not it is never raucous. They found a ban that they're proud. They were and tiger tiger at the top of their lungs. The no you don't. But when I knew it was real Mike was when I looked up on top of that scoreboard. I was standing behind the eighteenth. Green adjacent to the TV tower on the right right beside the tunnel of humanity through which the players walked to the scoring station. I was like three rows deep in a sea of humanity. I don't know the number, but it was thousands of people. I don't know if ten thousand is an overreach because there were people all the way down the eighteenth, fairway all the way down the first half way down the first fairway and into the ninth. All right, there were people everywhere is is close to that moment as they could get and to travis's point. They are chanting tiger tiger. I mean, it was unbelievable. And this is where I knew that. It was real different the scoreboard a. Cross the green from us the eighteenth scoreboard that both of you know, and all hardcore golf fans. No. So will the guys that were charged with placing those placards the guys who put those numbers in that scoreboard were standing and cheering too. And that told me so much. They don't do that. No. And they knew that they were seeing an historic moment. And this is where it was really driven home for me in the the true depth of the moment in the impact thereof. I was standing there tiger walked by me with Charlie heading towards the scoring stand and heading towards Trevor Immelman Zach Johnson and several former bubble Watson several former masters winners. And then as Mike mentioned or Travis one you mentioned the who's who of the current game. Brooks kept good, Justin Thomas, Ricky foul. After on Shaath leagues. Anders Shafi all these guys are standing there grinning ear to ear because the guy they grew up idolizing who made them say I'm going to do this one the masters when it was not only improbable two years ago. It was impossible to years ago. The man could not stand up he could not lay in the grill on his floor and play Legos with Charlie because he was into much pain. He could not walk out in the backyard and kick a soccer ball with Sam because he was into much pain in these two men standing there. The eighteenth walked over to me, and they were Clemson university campus ministers and one of them said mardi we see ourselves in Tigers victory. And I found that to be a very interesting comment because I think in some small way all of all some thing of ourselves in that moment, and I said how and this man said to me. We are all capable of big mistakes. But we are also all afforded the opportunity at redemption. And while what a profound comment, right? And that if ever there were a comment that summed up the magnitude of that moment, the Reverend air the all struck tone. The the keen awareness of what we were witnessing that was the comment. I mean, that's one of those things to that you understand we are all flawed as human beings. Sure. And that's probably why we love a comeback story better than most than and that's why we gravitate so hard for people who have an opportunity at that redemption in in life on that level or someone for someone that was indomitable for what ten years or something onto? Ten twelve years on tour..

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"clemson university" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"clemson university" Discussed on KOMO

"About how the Russians tried to impact the twenty sixteen presidential election learning more about how Moscow may have tried to move Bernie Sanders. Supporters into President Trump's column. Washington Post reporter, Michael Kranish spoke with komo's Bill O'neil, Michael how exactly did this work. Well, there is the Russian agency which people may have heard about in the indictment last year bought by Robert Mueller, the special counsel in that thirteen Russians and there's a line in there where he talks about how the agency was supposed to support Trump. And also Sanders said we support him them, both basically. So this was an effort not to elect senators president, but to get Santa supporters, not support Hillary Clinton in the general election, and instead to support either Trump sit out the election, but for some third party person could be done. To hurt Clinton and help Trump. Is there any sense of how successful this effort was I asked researchers at Clemson university that have specialized in looking at tweets, and they looked at many thousands of tweets that were said to come from Russian, then if I'd targeted Sanders supporters. So they told me for the story that they believed as documented in greater detail is previously been known that there was an effort by the Russians to target Santer supporters in a way that could have had an effect it impossible to say tweet ax. You know, move to voter why. But the overall massive what happened is part of the larger narrative of how Russia tried to influence. The election hasn't been any reaction to all of this other from the Trump administration or maybe from Sanders or the Clinton campaign. Well, the the Sanders campaign, basically says they didn't know anything about this during the campaign Sanders himself confused, the issue because he said later that people campaign didn't know it was Russians, but then he sort of backed away from that. And historic campaign manager told me that he had misstated that. So they said they didn't know at the time. This was happening. You know, it was known that Russians had hacked into the DNC and it hacked into the emails of Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman, but it was not known during the campaign, if they were influencing social media in the way that we now understand that they did that's political investigations reporter, Michael Kranish. You can read more online at Washington Post dot com. The man whose made it his mission to convince you that suicide should not be an option is returning to our area. Komo's Brian Calvert shares the story that motivates Kevin Hines. Remember, it's okay to not be okay. Kevin Hines writes that in his book called cracked, not broken the title refers to a pivotal day in his life twenty four of the year two thousand in the weeks leading up to that date. He remembers hoping someone would notice and that someone would intervene Kevin was on the edge. And he wanted to jump literally trying to figure out what was going on in my brain. I I looked online for ways in my life..

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"clemson university" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"clemson university" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Washington Post cinemas board group people in all of America. Can't be this pathetic. This is the headline. President Trump's extravagant three thousand dollar three hundred sandwich celebration of Clemson university. The tweet. Was seriously. The Washington Post investigation. What did it cost to feed all of those people how much food actually cost a Washington Post investigation? Holy crap. How are you? He spent his own money on the burgers. This has to do with Clemson university. Tigers coming to the White House to celebrate their win of national championship in double football, beating Alabama as they did. Well, because of the shutdown there are certain people who are usually in charge of making food for this kind of thing who aren't there. So the president said, you know, what big Macs whoppers pizza for everybody. Spent three thousand bucks that was the Bill. Why is there an investigation this who cares? What does any of that matter? Now, as I said this earlier, I would have I would have gone for a little bit more. I would have gone for a little bit more than fast, food, whatever. Whatever this. If you're going to the White House, right? You're not there for the meal, you're there for the for the White House. Meet the president, you know to see the things, and if he served your fast food, which is the thing he loves you'd be like, this is crazy. That's exactly that's exactly it. But there's we're doing reports on what it costs. Yes. Mark Warner on Twitter, m one or ninety five the media is that board at seems obvious. Tony cats. Tony cats today. Eight three three got Tony eight three three four six eight eight six six nine. I always said that when it came to Saudi Arabia. That even though they murdered Jamal kashogi. Who's not an American citizen? A not a journalist. It is better. To have them on your side because the real story and the real focus has to be around it. We were going to cut ties with Saudi Arabia or teach them a lesson. It should have happened, right? After September eleventh, and it should have happened with brutality. It's twenty nine thousand nine people. Maybe we missed a moment. But that doesn't mean that we should be taking what we're taking from Saudi Arabia. There is a story. Out of Oregon live dot com. More cases, emerge of Saudi students, vanishing wall facing Oregon charges. I don't even know what this means..

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"clemson university" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"clemson university" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Ninety six point five WDBO, if you happen to see gas for less than two dollars a gallon this morning about when to stop in and fill up as the gas prices have jumped overnight to as much as two twenty a gallon, some of the stations Stiller at a buck ninety nine or so, and if you see that this might be a good time to buy gas. It's five twenty three now on Orlando's morning news Omri Caputo. I'm Samantha Jordan. President Trump's nominee to be the new attorney general begins his confirmation hearing today bar will begin his testimony before the Senate Judiciary committee at nine thirty AM eastern time, if confirmed this would be our second time serving as attorney general a position he previously held under President George. Hw Bush during that tenure bar oversaw, Robert Muller. Now the special counsel investigating Russian interference. At the time. Muller was the head of the department of Justice's criminal division in his prepared remarks circulated Monday bar said it was in the best interests of the nation to allow Muller to finish. His investigation alley Rogan ABC news, Washington. President Trump welcoming the national champion Clemson football team to the White House. I want to thank you for being here. We're truly thrilled to welcome to the White House. The two thousand eighteen college football national champions that Clemson university Tigers very famous team right now. Remember, Clemson crush defending champion, Alabama forty four to sixteen and the title game last Monday in Santa Clara, Los Angeles, teachers are on strike for the first time in thirty years. Attendance was reportedly down sharply yesterday. The parents are saying the students are caught in the middle. There little kids, you know, they're on their teachers today, and it might be a little harder on them. Why we bought them with to counter attendants a half.

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Alabama civil rights institute rescinds Angela Davis honor

The World

00:31 sec | 3 years ago

Alabama civil rights institute rescinds Angela Davis honor

"At a news conference today said they'll seek the resignation of leaders of the Birmingham. Civil rights institute activists Frank Matthew says Davis Birmingham native deserves an award named for the late. Fred Shuttleworth who wants lead civil rights demonstrations in that city, mayor said the award is being rescinded because of complaints from the Jewish community. Davis has been outspoken, but Israel's treatment of the Palestinians fans of college football will be focused on Santa Clara California today. Pat, douggins of Alabama public radio reports the university of Alabama and Clemson university will play

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"clemson university" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"clemson university" Discussed on KTRH

"News time is ten. Oh one. Our top story. They have sea south division champion Houston. Texans hosting the Indianapolis Colts this afternoon in the wildcard round of the playoffs. Playing in big games. Is nothing new for quarterback DeShaun Watson. You know, he played his share what he was at Clemson university. But he says the NF Blair offs. Now that is a different animal came really, you know, pick college playoffs with the NFL. This is the hardest. Business topnotch is a whole new season. Whole new speed of game. It's gonna be a lot of fun is going to be watching little football on Monday night kickoff. The this afternoon coming up at three thirty five future brides and grooms are going to get a chance to demonstrate why Houston's become known as crush city today as a way to support the Texans the Houston, Brian. Extravaganza will be giving couples a chance to swing a sledgehammer and helped destroy an Indianapolis Colts themed car the group bought an old beater designed it and hauled it to the George r Brown during the extravaganza brides and grooms to be can let off some wedding planning stressing come out swinging and put some serious dents in the car artery. Morton NewsRadio seven forty K, Terry. So we all know the story from the local angle that is the Texans game today, but the whole country's paying attention. This is what the national coverage sounds like the playoffs. Get underway with a clash of division rivals as the Houston. Texans. The third seed in the playoffs in AFC south champs play host of the succeed. Indianapolis Colts the colts back in the playoffs for the first time since two thousand fourteen the Texans in the postseason for the third time in four years after that it's the Dallas Cowboys the fourth seed in the NFC and champs in the east welcoming the fifth seed Seattle Seahawks to AT and T stadium. The Seahawks back in the playoffs with six time in seven years as the Cowboys look for their first postseason win since two thousand fourteen Matt Napolitano, Fox News. Not are H news time is ten. Oh one. An investigation is underway. This hour is police. Discover a body floating in the Houston ship channel they've got a dive team out and police say the receiving a lot of tips about the suspect in the shooting death of seven year old jasmine Barnes last weekend. After a sketch was released there's gonna be a rally noon today in the parking lot of the WalMart near the beltway eight feet or road in Wallis Bill road where the shooting took place last Sunday. The funeral is going to be on Tuesday, churches and other charitable organizations in El Paso are getting overwhelmed by an influx of migrants editor in the city the city of El Paso, bracing for larger groups of migrants released by immigration and customs enforcement around five hundred a day. The department of homeland security says the spike is related to the number of illegal crossings, adding since two thousand fifteen there's been one hundred sixty nine percent increase in the number of families illegally crossing the border and because of. A decades old court agreement called the florist settlement. I says they can only detain families. Fray limited period of time before releasing them sitting mayor de Margaux is now calling on congress to come up with a rational immigration process for long-term solution. Madeline Rivera Fox News Woodland's congressman Kevin Brady is urging his fellow Republicans to continue holding out for border security, dozens of TSA workers or calling out sick from their jobs because of the partial government shutdown the airport security workers have been working without getting paid since.

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Science-Based Tips for Better Meetings, Dinosaur Mythbusting

Curiosity Daily

09:01 min | 3 years ago

Science-Based Tips for Better Meetings, Dinosaur Mythbusting

"Today. Learn twelve science-based tips for better meetings common dinosaur myths, you should stop believing. And what happened when a seventeen year old boy stayed awake for eleven days for science with satisfy some curiosity. Do you feel like meetings are almost always a complete waste of time? And they get in the way of you actually getting work done. Well, you're not alone. And you're kind of right. According to calculations by lucid meetings organizations spend between seventy and two hundred eighty three billion dollars a year on ineffective meetings. That's why I condemn have started actually studying meetings and the research has led to twelve science-based tips for a better meeting ready to work smarter. Not harder. I'm really glad that we're a small, but mighty company that doesn't have a lot of meetings. It's really great. Yeah. It's like whatever I have a meeting. I feel like I'm there for. Reason. And I just there for the amount of time that I need to get stuff done. And then I go back to work. Yeah. It's good. I have worked in giant companies with lots of regular meetings. And I may have to pass these tips along to some of my old co workers call and the last place where I worked isn't the only company having a lot of meetings. Do you know how many meetings happened in the US every day as many as fifty six million? The typical worker spends six hours a week in meetings. That's almost full workday and managers Evans, twenty three hours of meetings week that's more than half a week of work. Thankfully, a team of researchers from the university of Nebraska Omaha and Clemson university looked through two hundred studies of meanings to come up with some science-based tips for leading successful meetings. Let's start with the planning face before you even schedule the meeting set clear goals, make sure this actually needs to be a meeting in. It's not something that'll work just as well. In shared documents or Email chain in. Invite the key stakeholders, so you don't come up with a great idea in a meeting that gets shot down by manager Who Wasn't There, and right, and circulate and agenda. This is the number one thing I learned in college about running meetings and agenda will literally change your life or your meeting life. Anyway. Okay. So now come the tips for what to do during the meeting. I reiterate and stick to that agenda. Trust me, this will make everyone's life easier, especially yours keep the meeting short and sweet and steer the conversation from fatalistic comments like nothing can be done or this situation is hopeless and instead move towards productive questions. Like, how can we improve X given that why didn't work encourage participation from everyone? So you don't just get that random co worker who spends the whole meeting on his laptop. We have all been there and treat everyone's comments with respect. But also joke around in upbeats atmosphere actually more conducive to collaboration after the meeting send up meeting minutes promptly. And if you really. Want wanna crush your next meeting? Senate a quick survey asking for feedback on the meeting this concern, even the worst meetings into a learning opportunity. We haven't done any myth busting stories on a while. So today, we're going to tell you about some dinosaur misinformation. It's time to clear the air if Jurassic Park taught you everything, you know, about dinosaurs than you might want to brace yourself. Although that movie is still pretty great. It is so great. I had a friend wearing a Jurassic Park t shirt and some kid pointed and was like that's not Jurassic world. And we felt old what? Yeah. Well, I don't know if this first dinosaur myth will make you feel any better. But here it is Dennis ORs are not extinct, obviously, some of them are, but every living bird is actually a dinosaur mind blown here's another game changer. Dinosaurs were not necessarily cold blooded is a bit of a mystery exactly how they produced heat since there are a lot of different ways to be warm blooded. But we do know from microscope examinations of their petrified bones to metabolize names were simply too fast to have just relied on the sun for body heat. You might know about this next one, but not all dinosaurs. Or scaly, lots of dinosaurs, actually, had feathers, and what's more not all dinosaurs were green or Brown? Some probably were. But we actually do know that some dinosaurs were red black, white and other colors. In fact, they weren't even necessarily the same color all over we can even say with certainty that some dinosaurs had striped tales like a raccoon. Here's one more myth. You should stop believing. Dinosaurs were all around at the same time. I'm really sorry to burst your dinosaur fan fiction bubble but the renaissance Rex stegosaurus never had a death match with each other. Yeah. If the T Rex and built natural history, museums then they would have installed stegosaurus fossils as the main exhibit. Dinosaurs were around for a long time. In fact. Oh, yeah. Didn't we just mention they're still around today? Now that you know, the truth about dinosaurs. I just have one question for you. Ashley, what do you call a dinosaur with an extensive vocabulary? What the Sorus today's episode is sponsored by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Everyone knows about the risks of driving drunk. You could get in the crash and people could get hurt or killed. But let's take a moment to look at some surprising statistics almost twenty nine people in the United States die every day in alcohol, impaired vehicle crashes. That's one person every fifty minutes even though drunk driving fatalities have fallen by third in the last three deck. Ends drunk. Driving crashes? Still clean more than ten thousand lives. Each year. Many people are unaware that driving while high can be just as dangerous in two thousand fifteen forty two percent of drivers killed in crashes. Tested, positive for drugs. Not so harmless after all is it and get this from two thousand seven to two thousand fifteen marijuana. Use among drivers killed in crashes. Doubled. The truth is driving while high is deadly. So stop kidding yourself. If you're impaired from alcohol or drugs, don't get behind the wheel. If you feel different you drive different drive high. Now, get a DUI drive sober or get pulled over. What's the longest you've ever gone without sleeping on purpose? Was it eleven days because that's the world record for the longest amount of time staying awake. It's held by Randy Gardner who is seventeen years old at the time and his story is pretty wild. I lasted about twenty four hours straight one time. And I decided that wasn't the life for me. Yes. Same. I think I've mentioned this on the podcast before actually. But like. The only all night I've ever done was in junior high which seems like that English teacher probably shouldn't have been assigning assignments that required seventh graders to do all nighters. But who might judge? I've definitely done it more recently than that. But I had just as good of a reason I had to play smash brother. Oh my gosh. You have a problem, Cody. No, No, I I don't. don't. Care about you. I don't go to meetings. So I don't have a problem. So this story started in late December nineteen sixty three. There's literally a song by the four seasons called December sixty three. Oh, I Don. I. Fifty. Branding Gardner had a theme song. Awesome. Randy Gardner wanting to beat the record for most days without sleep. So that he could get this win his local science fair seriously, and this experiment became something of a national sensation. In fact for a short time. It was the third most written about story in the American press after the assassination of president Kennedy and the Beatles historic trip to the states. That's why it's not too surprising that an actual sleep researcher named Dr William Dement heard about the experiment and came to keep an eye on. How things went in the end Gardner stayed awake for two hundred and sixty four point four hours, which is roughly eleven days in twenty five minutes, and that whole time Dement and a couple of gardeners, friends tracked exactly how his mind was doing with a series of cognitive and sensory tests after two days without sleeping. He started to have trouble repeating simple tongue. Twisters and he sucked being able to identify objects by touch his senses seemed to heighten and he became sensitive to strong smells by the fifth day. He was hallucinating and soon after that he started having. In trouble forming short term memories, he kept himself awake with the help of physical activities. And weirdly his basketball game actually improved over. The course of that sleepless week and a half a few things happen after the experiment was over. I the good news Gardner and the other boys won first place in that science fair. He had his achievement immortalized in the Guinness Book of world records. And of course, he finally got to get some Shaddai about fourteen hours of it. As a matter of fact, but they get us book of world records. No longer accepts entries for longest periods spent without sleeping because of well. The bad news in the late two thousands Gardner started to experience insomnia on a nightly basis. There's no way to say for sure, but he's convinced the reason was his teenage stunt he suffered from a recurring inability to sleep for several years until finally settling into a more reliable routine. But still he only enjoys about six hours of sleep per night. These days kids, don't try this at home.

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Melania Trump, White House and Airbnb discussed on KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:17 sec | 4 years ago

Melania Trump, White House and Airbnb discussed on KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

"Policy not available in all states First lady Melania Trump is set to address a cyber bullying summit next week, in, Maryland more details from correspondent saga megani at the White House the White House says the first lady will talk about social media's, effects on youth during the summit in Rockville a

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Roundup found in popular oatmeal, granola & kids' cereals

Fred and Angi

00:42 sec | 4 years ago

Roundup found in popular oatmeal, granola & kids' cereals

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