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Buccaneers and Chiefs advance to Super Bowl
"This year's super bowl teams are set the nfl's defending champs the kansas city chiefs will face the tampa bay buccaneers in two weeks for the championship. Kansas city defeated the buffalo bills on sunday while obey upset. The green bay packers to advance to the super bowl. I'm korva coleman. Npr news
Brady a Rare Super Bowl Underdog vs. Chiefs
"Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Underdogs versus Patrick Mahomes in the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl 55 less than two weeks away. This is Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes after he threw three touchdown passes at home last night in a 38 to 24, A F C championship game went over the Buffalo Bills of victory. That puts my homes and the Chiefs and the Super Bowl a second straight season for this classic matchup, being able to go up against one, the one of the greatest, Nothing greatest quarterback of all time and his 150th Super Bowl. I mean, it's gonna be a great experience for me. I mean to have a chance to repeat and get to do it against the best. I mean it zapping special and I'm excited for the opportunity. Patrick Mahoney's led the chief's back from mine nothing down in the first quarter against Buffalo to beat the bills by two touchdowns, the largest margin of victory for the defending champions since week eight of the season. It was week 12 when Mahomes led the Chiefs to a 27 24 went over the Buccaneers. Kansas City is favored to beat Tampa Bay and Super Bowl 55 by between three and 3.5 points, which will be the first Super Bowl to get played in the home stadium of one of its participants, thanks to Brady and the Buccaneers, who won three games on the road in this postseason and became the first team seeded fifth to knock out the number one seed in a conference championship game. Box defeated Aaron Rodgers and the Packers 31 to 26 Lambeau Field. Brady, now in his 10th Super Bowl. It's a tough journey to get here to go on the road, and we not know another road playoff game. Is it just a great achievement? And, you know, now home Super Bowl for the first time in NFL history, I think puts a lot of cool things in perspective,
Buccaneers and Chiefs advance to Super Bowl
"Patrick Mahomes threw for 325 yards and three touchdowns, with most of it going to favorite targets. Travis Kelsey and Tyree Hill. The defending Super Bowl champion, Kansas City chiefs rolled to a 38 to 24 victory over the Buffalo Bills in the A F C championship game. The chief's advanced to face Tom Brady and the NFC champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers. In Super Bowl in two weeks in Tampa, Florida.
Tampa Bay, Kansas City to face off in Super Bowl
"6 20 SportsCenter on there, and Jacobson. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are going back to the Super Bowl. The Bucks will become the first team in NFL history to play a Super Bowl in their home stadium. They made it to the Super Bowl. After a big win yesterday against the Green Bay Packers. 31 to 26 was the final score. Brady and the Bucks knocked off the number one seeded Packers. Move on to the Super Bowl. They will face the Kansas City Chiefs. The chief's beat the Buffalo Bills in the later game 38 24. The Super Bowl will be held on February 7th at Raymond James Stadium here in Tampa. Take off will be at 6 30. The
Trump Pressed Justice Department to Go Directly to Supreme Court to Overturn Election Results
"A new report claims President Trump spent his last weeks in office, pressuring the Justice Department to ask the Supreme Court to rule against Joe Biden's election win The Wall Street Journal reports. Trump's plan also included firing, then acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen. Former Attorney General William Barr and Rosen said there was no basis to challenge the election results.
Newsom expected to cancel regional stay-at-home orders in California regions, including Los Angeles
"Gavin Newsom confirms to KCBS that tomorrow. The state Department of Public Health will lift the stay at home order is the regional state homeowners for all regions in California that includes the Bay Area, Los Angeles and San Joaquin Valley, which are the three regions still Under the stay at home order, But the news we're getting now confirmed from the noose of administration is that the regional state home orders will be lifted effective immediately. On that means going back to the color coded four tier system. Most counties are in the most restrictive purple tear, but this will mean that outdoor dining can resume. Not just take out. It means you'll be able to get your hair cut at a salon again. There's a whole list of things that were permitted under the purple tear that were shut down when the state home order took effect, so they're going to go ahead and lift this even though you know the whole plan has been for the last what more than a month That you had to have at least 15% capacity in the ice. He used to come out of this order. And as recently as this afternoon they were projecting that none of these regions were going to do that over the next four weeks. And then all of a sudden this afternoon. They said the Bay Area had a 23% ICU space, which was a little bit of a head scratcher. And now the state Department of Public Health says that all the regions are projected to have at least 15% ICU capacity within four weeks. And so they meet the criterion for lifting this stay at home order, and it's going to be lifted immediately. You think this is mostly political pressure? Because certainly we've been hearing that for four weeks. The ice you projections have to be below 15%. Yeah, It's really hard to say it's hard to believe that that's what's happening here. Although certainly back in the spring, we came out early in some parts of the state because of political pressure the governor gave into that. In this case, you know they have this metric that you have to have at least 15% headroom in the ICU, But they've kept secret exactly what goes into that recipe that there are four different Metrics, and we don't really know what those numbers are, and we've asked for that data. They won't give it to us. So how they come up with this projection? Nobody knows on. It's a little mysterious that all of a sudden, when the first part of the day the projection of the number for the bear, it was something like 7%. And then in the afternoon suddenly was 23.4%. And now they're saying all these regions will hit 15% over the next four weeks Now, I don't know, because they haven't shown us the data, so we we can't Confirm their math that this is an accurate projection. But it's hard to believe they would mess with the numbers in such a way because of political pressure. And, you know, put people's lives at risk just because they felt you know the heat, but they say that their numbers and we'll try to get more when they speak about this publicly of the next briefing. But they haven't given it to us In the past. Their numbers say that they show at least 15% space in the ICU is between now and the end of February. And one other thing, too, is that a lot of the infectious disease experts have been saying that they are somewhat confident that We are the current search that were in that started it. What if, after Thanksgiving, maybe has crested? And you think that may have played into a to that? What? What You mentioned that we're not seeing all the data here that it actually might be better than The projections were Yeah, I think that the surge has not been as horrible as they forecasted might be. And certainly the numbers over the last week to 10 days have been improving. The positivity rate has dropped steadily, both the seven day in the 14 day. The caseload has been coming down steadily. We had a couple record days of deaths, though last week but of course Deaths or trailing indicator. They're lagging indicator people dying that would have been infected several weeks ago, so that was to be expected. But the other numbers have been trending the right way. And the governor and the state health secretary of both been saying. That's cause for cautious optimism. I guess now there because these numbers continue to move in that direction. They're seeing the hospitalization and I see your numbers come down and they projected they're going to continue to improve But again without seeing what goes into the sausage making here, you know the numbers that make up their data. It's hard to confirm that independently. All right, duck. Thanks very much.
Reigning champion Chiefs dump Bills 38-24 in AFC title game
"The Kansas City Chiefs are bidding to become the first NFL team to win back to back Super Bowl since New England after they disposed of buffalo in the AFC championship game thirty eight to twenty four chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes threw for three hundred twenty five yards and three touchdowns the job's not finished when we went into the season we were talking about going to the Super Bowl we're talking about women again and we're going to run it back and we mean that now I'm on the side of the option to go out there like it's a great football team and try to do that after spotting the bills a nine nothing first quarter lead the chiefs took command with twenty one points in the second quarter the chiefs will play Tampa Bay in Super Bowl fifty five Greg Echlin kids a city
Guest Teacher Janel Dyan on How to Invest in Womens Leadership in Your Company
"Today. We'll be talking about why in these unprecedented times. Women in leadership are essential to your company. Short-term growth and long term survival gender and racial equality are certainly hot topics of conversation right now but there are some organizations that are ahead of the curve and like me have been focusing on the equality of women and women of color for years and these are my clients women in leadership women on the rise women entrepreneurs and women at the helm of fortune five hundred companies today such so what lincoln and ford motor company and helping them grow as leaders. What i do best over the past seven years. I've worked with females of all colors and varied backgrounds from the bay area to new york. They are not only having a huge impact today but they are paving the way for all future female leaders industries historically dominated by men. And here's what i see. The companies who have made it a part of their core tenants to support an invest in diversity programs for the leadership development of women are the companies who are now today's industry leaders and it's not only for the products and services they provide but more importantly as a brand that people want to work for by from remained loyal to the shifted their measurable for success to include strong corporate culture of innovation employed growth customer loyalty and diverse leadership team who focus on purpose. And not just on the bottom line. They understand that their greatest assets are their employees and they have dedicated their efforts to be a brand that is people focused and purpose driven during our time together. Today we will focus on three lessons. You can walk away with first because women are. Today's largest and fastest growing global consumer companies need to shift their brand strategy to recognize the powerful role that women in leadership play driving economic growth. Next we'll take a look at why the greatest leaders are master storytellers and how powerful story can be and finally will cover some tips for building a culture with equality in its foundation including ways to establish promote an invest in fema leadership. So let's get started less than one. Women are the fastest growing global consumer and it's imperative that companies adjust according to. Brigitte brennan author. Why she buys and winning her business. Women make or heavily influence. Seventy to eighty percent of all purchases across all industries which means women are every company's largest target customer to truly capitalize on this customer trend companies. Must do a better job creating products and services with female buyers in mind. Companies must create a brand that women will buy from advocate foreign remain loyal to the companies who are most equipped to connect with women are led by other women and their leadership results have a positive impact. On company performance. The profits higher margins add more returns for investors leaders such as saffir cats of oracle and mary barra of general motors. it seems like commonsense. But it's actually not common practice. Facts are that only. Eighteen percent of global firms are led by women and according to this year's forbes annual report the number of women. Ceo's running fortune five hundred companies since it just seven point four percent so clearly. There are strong logical ethical and financial reasons to put more women at the helm according to study by mackenzie if we can close the gender gap by twenty twenty five twenty. Eight trillion dollars would be added to the global economy and to put that in perspective that is the size of the economies of the united states in china combined. Right now during covid and racial injustices at the forefront we find ourselves in a global economy with the future unknown. These challenges are now calling for new leadership no longer one of command and control but one of collaboration community one of the biggest actions that any leader can do right now is be transparent and empathetic to their team members and customers because anxiety and uncertainty are heightened during this time of crisis emotional connection on a basic human level between the leader and employee has never been more important than right now a recent study done in two thousand nineteen by mit sought to determine the makeup of the most effective leadership teams and those are the teams with the most women especially women of color as they are leaders who bring a deeper understanding of resilience. Women are also more likely to have empathy for those struggling to deal with change or lack of inclusion become role models for the change that they seek and are willing to share inspirational stories to motivate to embrace change they are in general more inclusive and collaborative making in leadership style which is a combination that continues to prove to be effective in getting companies to move faster in times of change lesson to the power of story. Why greatest leaders are master storytellers. We all love stories. In fact stories are what differentiates us as human beings. It is highly forged connections among each other and they'll trust as a community each stories an emotional journey that reinforces shared beliefs values and vision that we can all relate to from drawings on the walls of cave with stories of heroism folktales. That are full of more lessons to generational family tales. That remind us of our roots. Human beings need to feel that we are part of something greater than ourselves stories. Reminders that through tough times we will come out to the other side stronger wiser and more unified than ever stories. Bring us back to the beginning and remind us of who we are and what we do in stories creek clarity in our purpose and vision to get their. The greatest leaders are master storytellers. Simon sinek author of the power of y in infinite game says beautifully leaders aren't responsible for the results. Leaders are responsible for the people who are responsible for the results. It is during these times of crisis that provide an excellent opportunity for leaders to communicate stories of incredible vision for the future showing empathy advising with humility and providing optimism. For what lies ahead. They also understand marketing at its core is simply about storytelling. and it is the stories. They choose to tell that can differentiate brand as an industry leader communicating the values of the brand with the product and services they sell. I mean who wasn't choked up watching google's tearjerking super bowl ad of a love story that began with a simple question how not to forget. So tying back to what we learn in less than one about women being the largest and fastest growing global consumer with the understanding that stories have power companies must give their products and services a story that women now can relate to and what better way to do that than with women at the helm leading the way finally lesson three building corporate culture with gender equality in its foundation companies with strong female leadership such as new york stock exchange. Pwg and google are continuing to create more equitable inclusive and fulfilling workplaces for all women and the investments are already proving to return tenfold to their bottom line.
Kansas City Chiefs will face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Super Bowl LV
"15 years. Robert Ford Alright Del For the first time in NFL history, the last two quarterbacks to win the Super Bowl will duel for another championship in Tampa Bay in two weeks. The Kansas City Chiefs the first team in 23 years to win the A F. C title game in back to back seasons, beating the Buffalo Bills. 38 24 Patrick Mahomes 325 passing yards, three touchdowns. Leading Kansas City to a match up with the last guy to beat the Chiefs in the playoffs. That would be Tom Brady. He led the Buccaneers to a 31 26 victory in Green Bay. The Bucks the first team or they won three road playoff games to become the first team to play Super Bowl on their home field. Brady, the first player to advance the 10 Super Bowls, he is only the third quarterback to play. In an NFL championship game in three different
Tampa Bay, Kansas City to face off in Super Bowl
"Single day sports event is just about set. Barring a miracle Super Bowl 55 will pit the Tampa Bay Buccaneers against the defending champion. Kansas City Chiefs. The chief's lead The Buffalo Bills, 38 24 with two minutes left. Earlier. Tampa Bay led by their new quarterback, 43 year old Tom Brady, beat the cream Bay Packers for Brady will be his 10th appearance in the game. It's a great football team, they playing well all season and you know to come beat him at home. There are 9000 fans have felt like a little more than 9000, but just great to get another road win. And now we got a home game. Who, whatever thought Home Super Bowl for us, but we did it. Reaction from the Tampa Bay fans. It's all about Brady, of course, time raise the God's grace of all times, hunting clothes, he can turn any offense. It's into the greatest offense. The new Biden
Road warriors: Bucs win 31-26 at Green Bay, reach Super Bowl
"The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are headed to Super Bowl fifty five on their home field after upsetting the Green Bay Packers thirty one twenty six at Lambeau field Tom Brady's thirty nine yard touchdown pass to Scotty Miller with a second left in the first half an eight yarder to Cameron brate a minute into the second after Aaron Jones fumble well that it's a model twenty eight ten lead Aaron Rodgers playing his first conference title game at home fired three touchdown passes the ball green bay with a twenty eight twenty three and after a Bucks field goal had first and goal from the eight the Packers decided against a fourth down shot selling for three but they never got the ball back despite three interceptions Brady will play in his tenth Super Bowl mark Daniels Green Bay
Tampa Bay Buccaneers advance to Super Bowl
"Tom Brady will play in his tent Super Bowl after his Tampa Bay Buccaneers beat the Green Bay Packers. Brady threw three touchdown passes and overcame three interceptions. As the Bucks beat the Packers in the NFC championship game. The Buccaneers advanced to the Super Bowl for the first time since the 2000 and two season Brady will be seeking his seventh. Super Bowl
Buccaneers and Chiefs advance to Super Bowl
"Not appear to be random. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers of when the NFC Championship meeting the Green Bay Packers 31 26. They'll face off in the Super Bowl against the winner of tonight's A F. C title game between
Five people, unborn child killed in 'act of mass murder' in Indianapolis
"Unborn child, were killed in a shooting in North East Indianapolis overnight. Police chief Randall Taylor, what we saw this morning. Was a different kind of evil. What occurred this morning. Based on the evidence has been gathered so far was a mass murder. Police have not identified any suspects, but say the shooting does not appear to be random. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers of when
Patriots legend Tom Brady among 4 quarterbacks facing off in the playoffs
"Legend is one of the four quarterbacks facing off in the NFL's conference championships today, CBS Cpk Ethan has more on those games. It's Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers and Patrick Mahomes in the NFL's conference title games all past league MVPs up incoming star Josh Allen is quarterbacking buffalo be the best version of myself and not compared to the other know three guys, too. Really Some of the best guys ever played the game for the 37 year Old Rogers of Green Bay. It could be a last chance to get to another Super Bowl. There's more opportunity, but I don't know. I mean, I really don't think that's a lot of my control. My future gives a beautiful mystery. I think brainy looks to advance to the big game with his new team Tampa Bay After a record six wins with the Patriots.
Bucs vs. Packers, NFC Championship Game Preview
"Bay Buccaneers hope to make NFL history By becoming the first team to play the Super Bowl in their home stadium. The bus play the Packers in Green Bay this afternoon. The winner advances to the big game in two weeks. A Tampa's Raymond James Stadium, the Bucks or three point underdogs with
Packers: Jamaal Williams thigh injury 'isn't serious'
"Was added back to the organization this past week on the practice squad will be a covert call up and we'll be on the active roster for today's game. Our coverage starts at 11 o'clock, the winner of today's NFC Championship will match up against the winner of today's A F C champion. In the Super Bowl as the F C championship game will match up the Buffalo Bills against the defending Super Bowl champion Can't see Chiefs one of their note from football, Detroit Lions and Matthew Stafford, their quarterback, expected it to go in different directions. Market basketball Yesterday they lose it to dip all by a 68 to 61 score. They're down 30 to 24 at halftime head coach Steve was a house He did not feel like his team came out of the gate. Well, you know, I thought we started so poorly in the first half 10 turnovers. We were three for 19 with the ball at the rim and You know that's usually strength of ours. DJ card in the only player with more than eight points, he scores 23. They match up against Providence on Wednesday. Badgers of basketball, They lose to a number 15, Ohio State with Cole Center yesterday. 74 62 on Wednesday they match up against Maryland. It was an incredible comeback from Milwaukee basketball yesterday. Down 14 points with under three minutes to go at Cleveland State. They come back to force overtime, and then they win. 81 80. Milwaukee goes to a six and five also in the Horizon League yesterday, Green Bay completes a weekend serious sweep of produce Fort Wayne winning 87 72. Bucks basketball. They're looking to end a two game losing streak tonight as they match up against the Atlanta Hawks. Admittedly, the two games they lost recently were against tough opponents in the Lakers and the Nets.
NFL conference championship games: updates
"Sunday as the conference championship games are being held the NFC championship the Green Bay Packers matched up against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the winner advancing to the Super Bowl Packers of making the announcement that veteran cornerback Drummond Williams Who was added to the practice squad this week, will be on the roster for the NFC championship game as a covert call up earlier in the week, Head coach Matt Leffler made it very clear that they're happy to have Williams back in the organization. It's great to have him back in the building such a great veteran leader. Obviously he's played a lot of ball. Um it's great to have him in a Green Bay Packer uniform. That's for sure. The team also elevating defensive lineman Bryan Price and a quarterback Yubari Russell from the practice squad to the active Mr For today's game. It is scheduled for a 205 kick off. Our coverage begins at this morning at 11
"do bay" Discussed on Cleared Hot
"A another factfinding and the do bay takes all the information has witnesses has testimonies and they actually called. They subpoenaed the Both my convening authority. The at judge advocate general of the navy Prior my case and then the current judge advocate general. Who's patrick lorge As well as other witnesses and From that hearing they determined that there was reason to present it to the court of appeals for the armed forces that was a fascinating and that was taken away from the the navy and it was given. There was a air force judge sitting on that. Who's about to retire. This had to a felt like your first victory in fucking string of just horrendous. Fellay broke the surface. Finally i've been drowning. I've been doing pool comp for less several years and i finally got a breath of fresh air one hundred certainly no guarantee but jesus. I'd put that sucker in the win column it was it was So what happened after that. So i went to Eventually there was the caf Court of appeals the armed forces and I've never been more proud Of team then of my team. Afler attorneys Even after they tried to the government tried not only after manipulating my case. They tried to manipulate. My judges for my appeals and the beauty was On this this this captain in the navy who's in charge of the defense on the west coast These men are and ladies who participate are all genius but He got a some he assigned reserve attorney reserve jag officers to the case. So they didn't their their paycheck wasn't going to be affected by the By the judge advocate general of the navy. He wasn't threat to them because they had a life outside their house. I two weekends a month and a week year exactly and this is what they fucked works. Yeah yeah so they actually tried to give me an appellate tourney a lieutenant from guam to be my appellant for this but this captain god bless them said. No that's not gonna fly. And i was assigned a team of spectacular attorneys And they were. They were brutal. They went after the government and It truly reinstated my faith in humanity Which had been crushed for obvious reasons But their remarkable human beings. And as i said both men and women intelligent driven. It was nice to see.
"do bay" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"She was racially abused by hospital staff as she lay dying. Now, a Canadian indigenous woman's death is forcing a reckoning on racism. By Melissa Golden. When Joyce Etre Quan a thirty-seven-year-old indigenous Canadian woman began experiencing stomach pains. She checked herself into a hospital in Joliette Quebec, but she didn't get the help she needed instead hospital staff told Etre Quan. She was stupid only good for sex and that she would be better off dead. Screaming and crying out in pain echelon began live streaming on facebook in the video, which has since gone viral at Uconn says in her native language that she's worried doctors had given her too much morphine which are family says she was allergic to you made some bad choices. My dear, a hospital staff member can be heard. A hospital staff member can be heard saying in the background, what are your children going to think seeing you like this? EPA Quan died shortly after posting the video online on September twenty eighth though the autopsy results haven't been yet released etre Kwan's family believes the high dosage of morphine she was administered could have played a part. The hospital has begun an internal review into what happened. The death of the Mother of seven, a member of the Atiku AMAC nation in southwestern. Quebec has sparked outrage across Canada after a summer in which protests brought systemic racism against the country's indigenous people to center stage in June A- Dash Cam video emerged showing police officers beating Alan. Chief of the ATHABASCA Chippewa Nation after stopping his vehicle for expired license plates, the incident sparked nationwide protests Colin for reforms to policing just as the death of George. Floyd did in the US. The same month health workers in British. Columbia the country's was most province were accused of allegedly betting on indigenous patients blood alcohol levels drawing attention to racism in Canada's state run healthcare service. Now, EDUC lawns death has given fresh urgency to the antiracism movement with protests taking place across the country. I'm convinced that my partner is dead because systemic racism contaminated the Joliet. Carol Do Bay echelons partner said in a news conference on October second where it was announced, his family would be filing a lawsuit against the hospital. She spent her final days in agony surrounded by people who held her in contempt people were supposed to protect her. Since etre Kwan's video surfaced, the government has launched three investigations, two of which will be conducted by regional health authorities looking into both etre. Kwan's case as well as into the practices at the hospital more generally both the nurse and the orderly depicted in the video have since been fired..
"do bay" Discussed on The Current
"Told her. She was only good for sex and better off dead. That is what choice Quan was forced to hear in her final moments. A nurse has subsequently been fired in a coroner's inquest will look into this death Joyce echelons, husband Carol Do Bay spoke out about the treatment his wife injured here are his words in. Translation. Three I. Look Wife went into hospital on Saturday with stomach pains. Olympia days later she died what on facebook we her asking for help. Ease. It. In the person who responds is degrading towards her. Set. OFF ON. I have seven kids who now have no mother I hope the inquest figures out who's responsible for this. After the commission. We can see things still aren't improving for us. What are we waiting for? More victims. At Lisa Kwan is Joyce's cousin at least Astrakan Good Morning. I'm sorry for what your family has gone through. Thank you. Tell me about Joyce who worship. Goes in a sisters. Are wease smiling Nali said I believe my sister? I always laughing from The same time They over kids and they are of a ban and She's likes to fish by loving. person too because she's my. She's my. She's my sister. Had seven children. Yes. Seven. So you watched the video that Joyce posted from the hospital. What was that like for you to watch that? What I said that it shocked me very much in my heart you know. I I I send that this video to the chief of my community parliamentary. And my son Lucia aquarium. Is Nursing the Michael Medved they do. And that the Jiffy. Can you go to see Jason The hospital? What's happened with her and why she is in the hospital. Honestly okay. I'M GONNA. Go right now I, go to the spit. And shook to me I can drive because I see. I I heard she cries and she said at come to take me out of the hospital thought. And growing my heart or not grading them out and I went to see. Joyce in the hospital and I sit somebody they're a nurse and she said it's impossible to suggest that this moment..
"do bay" Discussed on The Friend Zone
"Leer you know the Internet is fucking hilarious. Say That I have a segue a perfect way from here. Right speaking of the Internet and little baby I ran across a youtube video from Jada who is his girlfriend, right? Oh. Yeah. His baby's mom. Okay. So like I liked her personality. You said I've seen her name in headlines Stuff, I really didn't know why type. But I watched her youtube video and I watched like two more. You know she has. Her own thing going all like her. Life. So, like she has a great watch her interact with her friends and shit like I was complied where's her show? She needs a show. So she's got our national quimby zoo. What do y'all motherfuckers I'm telling you that they need to get with Jay I was very Jada. She's I was. I was so like where have are being why nobody tells me like I don't know nothing about her so like this, this is all new for me like. I. Love It. So shut out. J.. Anything about her but you're making me. WanNa. Go to like watch the too low Wasser to loan video. To loan video of charioteers. Search Jada to Lome like Yup Jada What's our last name is she I don't want to miss last name but she's Like sheaves or something yeah. I think. They should just come out J. D. A. She was I was very impressed I like our youtube channel so I'm I'm watching yeah she'd been big on Youtube which is cool because she kinda had everything going on outside of him I love that that's why it's like so dull to watch like I dunno I just really enjoyed her or really enjoyed our personality. In life making small changes to everyday life can lead to positive lifestyle changes. The right towel turns a bathroom into a SPA. The right loungewear turns function into luxury and the right bedding turns a bed into retreat. You Know Brooklyn and as the incidents favorite sheets, but they're also home to betting loungewear towels and more over fifty thousand, five star reviews in county y'all know how I feel about good mattresses and good bedding in. Hygiene, and we were blessed with a package from Brooklyn man it changed the game has. been on those sheets. something. The Do Bay, the she pillow cases I mean they sent this over a nice little quality collection that we are very excited to receive Brooklyn and was founded in early two, thousand, fourteen by husband and wife duo rich at Vicki fool up they wanted to find beautiful home essentials as it costs an arm and a leg. Brooklyn was the first direct to consumer betting company..
"do bay" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Anyone would have kept that door open. Okay, and when you saw I saw A. Total force bullying themselves onto innocent peaceful protesters getting clubbed in the head and sprayed in the eyes. You would've kept that door open I. Know All of my neighbors were. They're leaving flowers as they've left me a note saying you made me want to change, actually take action I know it's in them i. am not a hero. I saw my community getting bashed and decimated, and I kept my door open. That is not a hero that is a human being, and I appreciate the kind words, but. We need to rise up much more than keeping our doors open. We need to open up our minds. I know you're very tired and I really appreciate speaking with your whole. Thank you, thank you. Take Care Bye! Rahul do bay lives in Washington DC and that's where we reached him. Let's Senate Mr Base House. Last night played out a few hours after seven PM curfew announced by DC's Maher, but elsewhere in the city police began dispersing crowds before seven o'clock. At about six forty last night, police began using tear-gas and horses to clear the area between the White House and Saint John's Episcopal Church, and once they dispersed the protesters. US President Donald Trump walked from the rose garden across the street to the steps of the church where he held up a Bible and posed for photographs. Ginny Gerbasi was in the crowd speaking to reporters today. She recalled her shock when she realized what had happened. To hold up a Bible. In front of a space that you have just cleared out with weapons. We're innocent. People were hit with rubber bullets and tear gas. and. End My collar was literally wiping away people's tears from the tear gas and I was driven off of that holy ground. For the opportunity for somebody to stand in front of it and pretend to be or claim to be somebody of that book. Reverend Giniger Abassi was among those dispersed from the steps of Saint John's Episcopal. Church outside the White House yesterday. Today clergy members were back on those steps protesting the presence photo up and George Gilbert Junior was among them. He's an assistant pastor at Holy Trinity United Baptist Church in Washington DC and that's where we reached him. Having Gilbert went through your mind when you saw the president's photo up with a Bible in front of the Church. I was completely outraged by the actions. Of President trump using the holy Bible. And a Christian church. As, a prop to have a photo op. This president seems to have a lack of concern. They lack of care lack of empathy for. The murders of George Floyd. Brianna Taylor. And Ahmad Aubrey, nor does he seem to care about the hurt and the pain. Of the protesting. And feelings. Of America and especially. The african-american community, and what do you make of the the efforts to clear the area in order to make it possible for the president to walk over to the Saint John's Church. What we witness yesterday was a tyrannical action that attempted to use the security of the nation tax payers dollars, a military police horses that reminded us of the struggle of the civil rights movement of the sixties where. Our grandparents great grandparents stood and were beating by police officers, only because they were try to stay in for right and righteousness, and he president trump was standing. Four totalitarian control and rule. And when he says that when the threatens to use the full force of while the US military and the other forces, he has in order to suppress what he calls as terrorists. What message does that send to the to the people who are in the streets? He has been very divisive threatening. He has been filled with hatred and classism, but is not anything that. The, African American community. Is surprised the African American. Community is has been under attack from racist police officers who beat shoot first and ask questions later. We under attack by the Amy Cooper's. Of America. Who accused black men? Of attacking them while using their white privilege, which has been instilled in them, the black lives don't matter we under attack by a system of imperialism. Colonialism that teaches white America that everything black is wrong and that people have called a no more than a detriment to the successive. This evilness is rooted in the worship of Whiteness. When Mr President says that he's trying to dominate. been dominated dominated fall our line. Put, it wasn't just the president wasn't as Donald Trump. There have been very few statements. are remarks any kind of any criticism from Republicans who have been interviewed? People who are part of Congress governors Republican states have been the same. They have been as supportive of said, said nothing, critical and the base. The people who support Donald Trump seem to be in favor of him. In this way because they say they're going to stop the vandalism, they're going to stop the violence. So there seems to be a fair bit of support for trump is doing center well? Let's start first with the evangelical voice. Where is the outrage from the van? Jello calls who proclaim that they stand for justice where other voices from the politicians who ass for the votes of the black community year after year. Listen, it's. It's not enough to say you are not racist anymore. We need every white American to become anti races with your words as well as you'd be. With your privilege with your purse and you'll policies. And wonder what effect all this is having on many people who are taking part in this. We just spoke with a man who opened his doors, and and called for people to run into his house about one hundred people he gave refuge to is police came down the streets. How the things that we're.
"do bay" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Anyone would have kept that door open. Okay, and when you saw I saw A. Total force bullying themselves onto innocent peaceful protesters, getting clubbed in the head and sprayed in the eyes. You would've kept that door open. I know all of my neighbors were. They're leaving flowers as they've left me a note saying you made me want to change, actually take action, I know it's in them I am not a hero. I saw my community getting bashed and decimated, and I kept my door open. That is not a hero that is a human being, and I appreciate the kind words, but. We need to rise up much more than keeping our doors open. We need to open up our minds. I know you're very tired and I. Really Appreciate speaking with your whole. Thank you, thank you. Take Care Bye! Rahul do bay lives in Washington DC and that's where we reached him. Let's Senate Mr Base House last night played out a few hours after seven PM curfew announced by DC's Maher, but elsewhere in the city police began dispersing crowds before seven o'clock. At about six forty last night, police began using tear-gas and horses to clear the area between the White, house and Saint John's Episcopal Church and once they dispersed the protesters US President Donald Trump walked from the rose garden across the street to the steps of the church where he held up a Bible and posed for photographs. Reverend Ginny Gerbasi was in the crowd, speaking to reporters today. She recalled her shock when she realized what had happened. To hold up a Bible. In front of a space that you have just cleared out with weapons. We're innocent. People were hit with rubber bullets and tear gas. and. End My collar was literally wiping away people's tears from the tear gas and I was driven off of that holy, ground. For the opportunity for somebody to stand in front of it and pretend to be or claim to be somebody of that book. Reverend Giniger Abassi was among those dispersed from the steps of Saint John's Episcopal Church outside the White House yesterday. Today clergy members were back on those steps, protesting the presence photo up and George Gilbert. Junior was among them. He's an assistant pastor at Holy Trinity United. Baptist Church in Washington. DC and that's where we reached him. Having Gilbert went through your mind when you saw the president's photo up with a Bible in front of the Church. I was completely outraged by the actions. Of President trump using the holy Bible. And a Christian Church As a prop to have a photo op. This president seems to have a lack of concern. They lack of care lack of empathy for. The murders of George, Floyd. BRIANNA TAYLOR! And Ahmad Aubrey nor does he seem to care about the hurt and the pain. OF THE PROTESTING! And feelings. Of America and especially. The african-american community, and what do you make of the the efforts to clear the area in order to make it possible for the president to walk over to the Saint John's church? What we witness yesterday was a tyrannical action that attempted to use the security of the nation tax payers dollars, a military police horses that reminded us of the struggle of the civil rights movement of the sixties where. Our grandparents great grandparents stood and were beating by police officers, only because they try to stay in for right and righteousness, and he president trump was standing. Four totalitarian control and rule. And when he says that when the threatens to use the full force of while the US, military and the other forces, he has in order to suppress what he calls as terrorists. What message does that send to the to the people who are in the streets? He has been very divisive threatening. He has been filled with hatred and classism, but is not anything that. The African American community. Is surprised. The African American community is has been under attack from racist police officers who beat shoot first and ask questions later we under attack by the Amy Cooper's. America who accused black men. Of attacking them while using their white privilege, which has been instilled in them, the black lives don't matter we under attack by a system of imperialism. Colonialism that teaches white America that everything black is wrong and that people have called a no more than a detriment to the successive this country. This evilness is rooted in the worship of Whiteness when Mr. President says that he is trying to dominate. We've been dominated dominated fall our line. Put, it wasn't just. The president wasn't as Donald Trump. There have been very few statements. are remarks any kind of any criticism from Republicans who have been interviewed? People, who are part of Congress governors Republican states have been the same. They have been as supportive of Said said nothing critical and the base. The people who support Donald Trump seem to be in favor of him. In this way because they say they're going to stop the vandalism, they're going to stop the violence. So there seems to be a fair bit of support for trump is doing center well? Let's start first with the evangelical voice. Where is the outrage from the Van Jello calls? Who Proclaim that they stand for justice? Where other voices from the politicians who ass for the votes of the black community year after year. Listen, it's. It's not enough to say you are not racist anymore. We need every white American to become anti races with your words as well as you'd be. With your privilege with your purse and you'll policies. And wonder what effect all this is having on many people who are taking part in this we just spoke with a man who opened his doors, and and called for people to run into his house about one hundred people he gave refuge to is police came down the streets. How the things that we're.
"do bay" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"The doctors like her another doctor saying the same thing where they the. Organization of the testing the strategies. In whatever neighborhood you in is shambolic better than I mean. This is part of releasing. This data is so that we can see are there particular neighborhoods that we maybe need to concentrate more resources rather than doing one blanket approach across the city. We're we're a very big city and it may be that one size does not fit all your boss Dr. Eileen developed warned against stigmatizing certain communities. But isn't that exactly what you're doing with this? The DATA IS NOT PEOPLE. Call them hot spots. But that's the wrong terminology to use because it implies that if you go into these neighborhoods you're more likely to get co Vid. We know that absolutely that is not the case. It just means that more people who had cove with live in these neighborhoods and more than likely they actually got Kovin in other parts of the city where they were working where they were meeting with others. So it's really important that we don't stigmatize that we don't mistakenly say that these are places where covert is more likely to spread? Because that's certainly not what the data is telling us. We heard from the premier. Doug word he said that some parts of the province were quote lighting up like a Christmas tree. But this data hasn't been released and There are many in parts of Ontario. That WANNA know. Where can people go back to school? Work to go back to work. And whether they shouldn't they've isn't that something we need to know? We do need to know where we're seeing transmission or whereas the virus spreading the data that we presented is the communicative total. So it's of all cases of COVID that we've had in Toronto so those ten thousand five hundred cases. Where have they lived in terms of figuring out where our current cases getting Kobe? That's part of our ongoing investigations of the new cases and as public health measures get loosened. That's definitely something that we want to keep an eye on. Is it mostly in workplaces? How much social settings now influencing where people are getting covert and? What kind of messages can we tell people to prevent the spread? We do expect that as you open things up. More people are mingling. So the more contact you're having with other people we expect that the virus when it's out there is going to spread and so that's why one of our measures to make sure that we have enough case in contact tracers in place and testing so that we can find the cases early put them in isolation put their contacts and isolation and hope that we can contain the spread. That way all right. We'll leave it there. Dr Doctor Dubai. Thank you my pleasure. Dr Veneto Do Bay is an associate medical officer of Health at Toronto Public Health. She's in Toronto.
"do bay" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"The doctors like her another doctor saying the same thing where they the. Organization of the testing the strategies. In whatever neighborhood you in is shambolic. Well let's do better than I mean. This is part of releasing. This data is so that we can see are there particular neighborhoods that we maybe need to concentrate more resources rather than doing one blanket approach across the city. We're we're a very big city and it may be that one size does not fit all your boss. Dr. Eileen Davila warned against stigmatizing certain communities. But isn't that exactly what you're doing with this? The DATA IS NOT PEOPLE. Call them hot spots. But that's the wrong terminology to use because it implies that if you go into these neighborhoods you're more likely to get cove vid. We know that absolutely that is not the case. It just means that more people who had cove with live in these neighborhoods and more than likely they actually got Kovin in other parts of the city where they were working where they were meeting with others. So it's really important that we don't stigmatize that we don't mistakenly say that these are places where covert is more likely to spread? Because that's certainly not what the data is telling us. We heard from the premier. Doug word he said that some parts of the province were quote lighting up like a Christmas tree. But this data hasn't been released and There are many in parts of Ontario. That WANNA know. Where can people go back to school? Work to go back to work. And whether they shouldn't they've isn't that something we need to know? We do need to know where we're seeing transmission whereas the virus spreading the data that we presented is the of total so it's of all cases of Kobe that we've had in Toronto so those ten thousand five hundred cases. Where have they lived in terms of figuring out where our current cases getting Kobe? That's part of our ongoing investigations of the new cases and as public health measures get loosened. That's definitely something that we want to keep an eye on is it mostly in. Workplaces are social settings now influencing where people are getting covert and. What kind of messages can we tell people to prevent the spread? We do expect that as you open things up. More people are mingling. So the more contact you're having with other people we expect that the virus when it's out there is going to spread and so that's why one of our measures to make sure that we have enough case in contact tracers in place and testing so that we can find the cases early put them in isolation put their contacts and isolation and hope that we can contain the spread. That way all right. We'll leave it there. Dr Dubai Thank You my pleasure. Dr Veneto Do Bay is an associate medical officer of Health at Toronto Public Health. She's in Toronto..
"do bay" Discussed on ENTRPNR.
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"do bay" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Thomas Massie is a third rate grand Stander for looking to delay action on the measure in New York Dr Colm Meaney cool do bay is one of the many on the front lines of this crisis I've never felt distraught because so many patients without having someone by their side Surgeon General Jerome Adams on CBS this morning we know that this week was a particularly bad week for New York the good news is that China and South Korea a re opening Italy looks like death in cases are going down there been more than thirteen hundred virus deaths in the U. S. CBS news update I'm Steve K. fed is a thirty two now at KCBS this portion of the news sponsored by Pacific coast termite so many restaurants shut down or running a much more limited business these days and a lot of people who supply them are hurting to KCBS is not bigger live now to report on how some local fishermen are finding new ways to get the goods directly to consumers this is a whole new way of doing business for them is no ma'am yeah it's totally new stand there's been such a limited demand for this sort of thing in the past but now the primary method that fishermen get their product to sit to sail through restaurants has basically dried up so here's where we are now people are also in their home starting to think you know what I'm getting tired of spam or canned food or some frozen food that I bought while I was panic shopping now they're thinking you know maybe some fresh fish or seafood is a good idea people are starting to think you know what it's time to cook creatively it's time to have some high quality protein in my diet it's time to eat healthy again and are starting to think seafood the challenge says no Oppenheim executive director of the Pacific coast federation of fishermen is how to get all that fresh fish to consumers in some cases he says fishermen are selling two C. F. A.'s that's community fisheries associations which offer pickup or home delivery of local seafood one fishing company adding a finding new markets for its product is water to table that first birth were co owner Joe conte tells Jax five when the delivery systems and the supermarkets are failing there's nothing more pure than just getting fish directly from fishermen and bring it straight to people's homes it's it's as basic as it gets how to find a CFA near you check out local.
"do bay" Discussed on Seneca Women Conversations on Power and Purpose
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"do bay" Discussed on Guys We F****d
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"do bay" Discussed on KQED Radio
"It's any. Any? Stephon gus. He was attacked by group of armed men when he was checking water pump early one Sunday morning in March twenty eighteen shot him dead the killers escaped the number of murders of white farmers, although stockpiling is low compared with the overall number of violent deaths here lucky do bay with mounted by men trying to steal his car while he was dropping off his children to visit their own call one typical statistic from April sixteen to April twenty seventeen there were nineteen thousand mothers in South Africa. That's included seventy four. The South African government believes that few Fum political that most often unintended outcome of attempting robbery of farm vehicles. Equipment. The African rights group after forum does not believe that the killings by rice, but a mostly white minority. Seven percent still owned seventy percent of the farms and Julius Malema of economic freedom fighters party is leading a campaign for expert creation of white farms without compensation. Overnights actions, like Africa, forum, representing Africa pharma's. And Africaans say that hostility towards them is turbocharged by some of the rhetoric of the leader of a hearing in twenty eleven he was charged with hate speech for chanting shoot. The bull at party rallies..
"do bay" Discussed on KFC Radio
"But if you remember that right on the moment like when he just he just walks out and he points to Seattle and because we can see Seattle. And if you do the calculation, you shouldn't it should be beyond the curvature of the earth. Then when you just find out it's like, yeah. But the tops of the buildings are at different points. You can't see the bottom of Seattle. You can see the top of it. And then it's just like. That's what I think is interesting is like you pick a topic that is beyond most people's like brain capability or foreign to them. And if you just present it in like a quirky relatable way where they feel like the report is something they'll be like, they can tell somebody. They're like. Oh, yeah. That's what I mean. Let me walk in here a social model. Can't explain to me why why can see Seattle it should be on the curve. And then you feel smart. This is a social experiment gives you some good about hoop girl gun girl believes in it. She just wants to be a part of something on the girl believes and flutter this. She watched the documentary and was like I am now convinced so like exactly exactly exactly what is incredible this dumb and fucking moron. Net see something and she jumps about gun control. She is actually one of the more educated people. She's just on the side where she manipulates it that way. And then she feels really smart. It's all because it's like if you just grab the average person you start saying all these laws and stuff like that. It's hard to refute, and you know. One to one percent, you can you can refute all of it. It's all manipulation. It's it's the ultimate naked team making. It's like we picked the dumbest thing in the world. And people are like using the documentary. Vallon crazy any other ones you want to do we move onto boy, smells, no one voicemail. Sorry voicemails today are brought to you by Brooklyn. And I have. I have a do bay cover from Brooklyn. At over. Okay. Do they cover is when you know, you're officially an adult. It's a I didn't even know what it was. I thought the do bay was the dust ruffle. You know thing that goes on the bottom kind of covers the bottom of the bed. Nope. Do bay is basically a pillow case for your comforter. And I have I have that. I have a nice top sheet. I have a fitted sheet that actually fits my bed. New pillow cases, I got into bed with dean remember Casey wrote Casey, Liz wrote that article about like the top sheet people don't use sheet savage. She said, well, I start out with a sheet. But if it like falls to the bottom of the bed, or whatever, I don't care. Like, I'm different specially like the Brooklyn. I usually just bought sheets at like party, whatever. Yeah. I got these in the mail, but a nice you get your I woke up on the couch last night..
"do bay" Discussed on Maybe It's You
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"do bay" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Generation after appearing in a literacy test this year's antero secondary school literacy tests featured a two thousand thirteen article about the ottawa based pop band brothers do bay the band members who are brothers had opened for the beach boys not long after losing their mother to cancer the brothers used the appearance to raise money for research and inspiring story that sent testtakers to the web where they discovered that in the last couple of years the group has transformed itself self into a stoner band today there simply known as do bay because well do they education officials were none too pleased but the band members are thrilled by their new popularity said brother j do bay we got so many comments from people saying wow you were the best part of the tasks i'm pretty sure i pass because of you guys but don't expect band members to be touring in rift trucks spliff trucks maybe all right fouled a degree of fame doing unusual ran was it from mazda o'brien a baseball umpire in oklahoma city with beautiful calls was recruited to become an opera singer in that city from helena hong frustrated unpublished novelist rescues a publisher by strapping his novel to her leg and gets it printed or from morocco an indie band gets a second life when an essay about them appears in the literacy test for students which of these is the real story of an unexpected step to fame i'm a huge baseball fan the delivery of that first story was fantastic so i want that so desperately to be true are you going to choose it i'm waiting for the here no no let's go for it all right i how how am i supposed to argue with that all right so you've chosen mazas story of the baseball umpire who became an opera singer discovered by really legitimate sounding italian guy well we spoke actually to one of the people who was in fact discovered here they are we recently found out that we were included on the antero literacy tests we kind of went viral that was jig that's his name he's the lead singer and bassist of the band did do bay up in canada i'm afraid arnaldo you whereas so many words fool impersonation so you earn the point for him which he earned would he totally earned but dust because thank you so much well.
"do bay" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"Store to the public on monday after more than a year of testing the company said moving forward on an experiment that could dramatically alter brick and mortar retailed here to talk more about this is alex do bay alex is an entrepreneur and the ceo and founder of door is groundbreaking company has been dubbed the amazon of real estate by some media let's welcome back to training today alex how are you i'm doing great thanks for having me oh welcome back out some led you here has an entrepreneur do see this enterprise like this amazon grocery store do see this being successful i i think absolutely uh amazon's got deep pockets uh first and even if the store closes i i think that the proof points that will be gotten from it uh will be a success in and of themselves you can argue that uh there has been a cashless check out that the grocery stores for some time but uh i think that looking at this as just day a grocery store without cashiers is is really not and digging under the circus quite enough there are a lot of innovation beyond just the no cashiers piece this story tell us who are how the store works uh i mean do they track the customers and their products that there tuesday they do that's a big part of it so that it's a pretty simple sat up you you walk in you scana q our code on your your app from amazon walk in and then they use deep learning algorithms they used machine learning uh to actually track easter through the store and then yes they have waste centers that that tell when an item has been picked up off the shelf you plot that item in your car you walk out and and literally just in the act of walking out your credit card discharge the have your credit card on file you don't have to talk to a person you don't have to go through a checkout processed and the idea here is lake with so much amazon.