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Princeton Building Renamed After Chicagoan Mellody Hobson
"Residential Hall of Princeton that was named for Woodrow Wilson will be rebuilt a name for a black female graduate. Mellody Hobson graduated from Princeton in 1991 and will be the first black woman to have her name on one of the university's freshman dorm's. Wilson's name was removed because of his racist views and support for segregation. Hobson is married to George Locus of Star Wars fame.
Chicago - Princeton Building Once Named For Woodrow Wilson, Renamed After Chicagoan, Alum Mellody Hobson
"University, is naming a college for finance executive and alumna Mellody Hobson. Recognizing her donation for a project to be built at a site that once honored Woodrow Wilson Hobson College will be the school's first residential college name for a black woman. Hobson is the co CEO of Chicago's Ariel Investments. Princeton scrapped Wilson's name due to the ex president's racism. More
Trump says he's going back to the White House tonight
"Physician, giving an update at Walter Reed Medical Center. Hey would not say when the president's last negative Covad test was, he would not say what the president's chest X rays looked like. But he did confirm that the president is going to be leaving Walter Reed. And going back to the White House tonight after many days in the hospital. I'm Jeremy Hobson. This is special coverage from NPR news. And I'm
AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine trial paused after 'potentially unexplained' adverse reaction in participant
"Hobson. I'm rather young. It's here and now and let's start the hour with the news that the drugmaker AstraZeneca, which is in partnership with the University of Oxford in England. Has put its cove in 19 vaccine, one of nine potential vaccines in a face retrial on pause after discovering that a trial participants in the UK had a serious adverse reaction. Adam Feuerstein is covering this for partners that stat. The health and medicine publication and Adam Hearing that a Koven 19 vaccine study has been put on hold is concerning, but you say This also means the system is working. Yeah, Obviously, these vaccines that are being developed recovered 19 are being very closely followed. This is probably not the news that people wanted to hear. But I think you're right. Robin in that, you know, clinical trials are set up to not only determined the efficacy of the vaccine but also did determine its safety. And in this case, you know you want a clinical trial to be able to Pick up an adverse event, a safety issue if one exists, and and all of the company's behind these potential vaccines, has signed a statement saying that they will not release anything under any pressure before they think it's completely safe. So this is in fact kind of underscoring that perhaps But in a statement, NPR, the company said the next step will be to determine if the illness is related to the vaccine or just a chance event. How did they do that? What do we know? So far? All right, As you can imagine, the participants in these clinical trials are closely monitored. You know, the ultimate goal of acting clinical trial is to determine whether the vaccine can protect people from infection. From Cove in 19. So you monitor these patients, and so when an adverse event comes up, you know some sort of side effect that is unexplained. That will be communicated to the people who are monitoring the safety of the clinical trial. And then depending on the severity of the seriousness of that of that side effect, you know, certain steps will be taken now in this case. AstraZeneca and the University of Oxford have paused their clinical trials. So what that tells you is that this was a serious adverse event. I mean, if a patient just like, for instance, if a patient has reported a mild headache, That wouldn't stop a clinical trial. Well, even if it's more than that we mentioned before we have a colleague whose husband is in the fight, sir. Trial he got very, very alien vertical couldn't sit up. He was nauseous, Terrible headache. And it didn't have a fever, and it was not of concern. In other words, it was one of the reactions that was expected to a vaccination. So this must have been A serious reaction. But when you say pause the trial we know that thousands have already had their two doses of the vaccine. When you say pause. What does that mean? Stopping new enrollments? What does that mean? Well, what what That means, And it's not entirely clear. But based on our reporting what it means is that particularly the US based clinical trial, and that's a trial that AstraZeneca Just recently started at the end of August that patients who have been who've been enrolled in that study or scheduled to receive their first vaccinations have been told had basically been put on hold. They've been told to, you know, call later, we will reschedule your appointment. So at this point, no one is getting vaccinations until They determine, you know the cause that the patient who who experiences adverse event was in the UK, so presumably was in the UK based study, and that's a study that's further along then the one that was in the U. S, which recent would just only just started well, and we know it was going well in the UK because the Lancet reported in July that there'd been no adverse Effects there. But now that there is this pause, what does it mean for other companies? Trials? We know AstraZeneca ultimately hopes to do the same thing. The other drugmakers hope to do, which is encouraged the body to produce antibodies to fight off Cove in 19. But they have different delivery systems you know, into the body the way they're, you know, asking, sells Teo to do that. So what is the fact that AstraZeneca has paused mean for the other companies? Trials? Just remember that they're different vaccines using different technologies, right, So not all the vaccines are going to have sort of the same side effect profile, And that's one of the reasons why these clinical trials are important. Because we will sort of get a sense of what the side effects are for each individual vaccine. So what this means for the other drugmakers? I think it's just a reminder that you know, safety is just as important as the efficacy of these vaccines, particularly when you consider that potentially they're going to be given to millions and millions of people. And it's the reason why The drug makers are running these really large clinical trials, right? We're talking about tens of thousands of participants because when you do clinical trials of that size, that's when you are a better able to suss out the safety of these vaccines. If there is some very rare side effect that occurs, you know, it's very difficult to find that potentially if you on ly have let's say a dozen or maybe even 100. Participants. But when you have tens of thousands of people, that's where you are better able to identify a potential risks. And Feuerstein, senior writer it stat. The health and medicine publication Adam, Thanks so much. They should have me, Robin. The photos out of the San
"hobson" Discussed on Today in True Crime
"After Sherman Tyne was sentenced to death row shelley went on to visit him at California's San Quentin prison multiple times during one of Shelley's visits. Sherman Tyne made a shocking confession not only did he know things about Joanne's personal life? He insinuated that he had killed her Shelly was rattled. She looked her daughter's killer in the eye. She was sure of it and yet she still hadn't been able to give Joanne a proper burial. She had to get Sherman time to disclose more like the location of her daughter's body incentive. However, unethical was all he needed in two thousand twelve while still on death row about hunter offered Sherman Thein over thirty thousand dollars in exchange. For information the hunter hoped to find the remains of multiple victims, Sherman Tyne and his partner had likely killed in the eighties and nineties. Sherman tiny delivered. He gave authorities details about where the young women's remains were buried including hand-drawn diagrams depicting a property outside of Lyndon, a town about fifteen miles east from Stockton. These pictures led investigators to a decrepit, well where they found hundreds of fragments bone fragments these were soon matched to both Joann Hobson and kimberly billy, the other stockton teen who went missing in December of nineteen eighty four in a nearby ravine investigators found more skeletal matter from the two women Sherman Tynan Herzog had been convicted of killing. Finding Joanne's remains seemed to be the end of a long and heartbreaking road but there was still the question of excavating them. The process proved poorly organized and frustrating the fragments were unearthed with heavy machinery that jostled them with blunt force. For Joan Shelley. It was of the utmost importance that her daughter's remains were handled with care especially after the family had spent over two decades thinking that they'd never have anything to bury. It was heartbreaking. Then that heavy machinery as Joan Shelly's attorney put it shoot up, pulverized, destroyed, crushed, and Co mingled the findings. The sanctity of the area both as a grave site and as a source of evidence had been marred Chico State University lab results show that the remains given to Joan. Shelley consisted of at least two other people besides. Joanne. It was a difficult note on which to end the years long quest for answers. A two thousand, eighteen settlement in court over the mishandling of the excavation provided some closure. However, the Hobson's were finally able to move forward with honoring Joanne as shelley put it. Joann. was full of life and that memory was what they would pay tribute.
"hobson" Discussed on Today in True Crime
"Summer in Stockton was always hot. The sleepy little town in California's Central Valley regularly climbed into the nineties together. The pungent smells of Dust and agriculture mixed into the thick. Air For sixteen year old Joann, Hobson Labor. Day weekend was just within arm's reach. The holiday would mark the end of many things the end of strawberry season. The end of evenings spent lingering at the local fairgrounds the end of summer it meant back to school. But that also meant new beginnings like driver's licenses and homecoming football games, there was a certain sweetness to a new school year. Sadly those beginnings would be cut short by the time. The weekend swung around Joann was undeniably inexplicably missing her mother Joan Shelley had no idea where she gone neighbors recalled seeing Joanna around their block that Thursday evening August twenty ninth but that's where the trail stopped cold. Back, then there were no cellphones and no social media breadcrumbs to point to where the petite sixteen year old had gone shelly knew her daughter was reliable and honest she would have told her if she'd been leaving with friends are going somewhere far away. After twelve days of waiting and agony for Joanna, pop back up shelley couldn't wait any longer with each day that passed she worried less about when Joanne would reappear and more about if she would. When Shelley reported her daughter missing on September tenth the Stockton Police were less concerned. They seem to think Joann had just run away. They saw that kind of thing all the time with teams. The kids up and left maybe for someplace fund like San Francisco or Santa Cruz and ended up coming back once they'd had their fill of fun. No one seemed to be looking for clues in the recent past or considering the chilling events from just the winter before like the other young woman who had disappeared from east stockton in December Kimberly Billy which meant there were no suspicious is on the two men who just might know something each about twenty years old they'd been lingering around the nearby town of Lyndon that summer they'd also been in Castro Valley and Dublin where no one gave them a second glance. They should have sadly the fact was that in one, thousand, nine, hundred, five, Wesley Sherman Tyne, and Loren Herzog were just beginning their gruesome years long spree of targeting young women all around San. Joaquin County. The pit in Joan Shelley Stomach had lodged itself there for a reason even if she couldn't point just why of course, she knew that Joann was a good girl and smart always trying to help others. But Shelly worried about the simple facts, her daughter wasn't even five feet tall. In fact, she was tiny at just eighty pounds she could easily be overpowered possibly even snatched away against her will. Shelley unfortunately was right and with some time and persistence from the Hobson family, the truth would wind its way out. Coming up the abductions around California's Central Valley continue ending in a sobering discovery. High listeners. Here's a series I. Think you're really GonNa like we all know that medical professionals are trained to give exceptional care. But what about those who use their skills not to heal but hurt in the new podcast series medical murders you'll discover a disturbing diagnosis that not every doctor wants to extend your life. Every Wednesday medical murderers introduces you to the worst. The medical community has to offer men and women who took an oath to save lives, but instead use their expertise to develop more sinister specialties join host Alistair murden as he examines the formative years and motives. 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Then suddenly my whole home was protected I didn't have to worry about tools or drilling or waiting around for technicians. The setup is also intuitive and. The components blend into my home seamlessly as a single mom who's main job is related to true crime. I really appreciate the peace of mind that simplisafe brings. Their pricing is fair and honest you can get twenty, four, seven, professional monitoring and emergency dispatch starting at just fifty cents a day not bad for what US News and World Report called the Best Overall Home Security of twenty twenty head to simplisafe dot com slash today, and get a free hd camera that simply safe dot com slash today to make sure they know that our show sent you. Now back to the story. Sixteen year old Joann Hobson disappeared from her East Stockton neighborhood on the evening of August twenty ninth nineteen eighty five, her mother. Joan Shelley waited anxiously for updates for her daughter to reappear and tell her it was all a misunderstanding when no such news came after holding out hope for nearly twelve days. Shelly reported her daughter missing to the local police department. Unfortunately. No leads would emerge on Joanna's disappearance theories would fizzle and the case would go cold for years but in the meantime, more young women from sleepy. Central Valley towns went missing. The biggest development in reigniting the search to find Joanne or her killer came over a decade later in nineteen, ninety, nine, two men from the neighboring town of Linden California Loren Herzog and Wesley. Sherman time had been arrested for their methamphetamine driven spree of suspected murderers. They soon stood trial for the killings of two young women one in nineteen eighty-five, the other in nineteen ninety, eight investigators found that the two men friends since childhood had spent the last ten years high on Meth and preying upon local young women seeing a pattern emerging a detective from the case got in contact with Joan Shelley. It looked like there could some connection to Joann's disappearance, but there wasn't enough evidence to definitively link the cases. Joan Shelley would have to press on to find the answers..
"hobson" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Big impact is sponsored by Hobson Media Enterprises. The following is a presentation of hops and media. We've all seen it the footage on the evening news of people just screaming at each other. The victory all the rage, the anger the hate. And have you wonder what would happen how different the picture would be if people of faith would inject the hope they claim to have into a culture that is so desperately searching for hope? I remember growing up in my parentshouse anytime we didn't know where they said, Go get the dictionary. And so the word upset literally means toe overturned if the first or second definition as soon as you Ah, look at the words not make somebody angry. Take somebody off. It's literally to turn something over our guest today. On the big impact is Pastor and author Tim Ross and his encouragement to upset the world is straight ahead here on the big impact. This is the big impact featuring conversations with inspiring motivational, creative, innovative and just plain interesting people from all walks of life. Here's Bill Hobson. Hello And welcome into the big impact. I'm Bill Hobson. Thank you So much for listening, subscribing, downloading and sharing the link to this programme with others in your world that you think would benefit from positive, inspiring, uplifting conversations. We have one of those for you today, by the way, and it's especially pertinent, given the amount of vitriol and rage and anger that we're seeing on display in the nightly news reports with people just screaming at each other, just being in each other's faces. And this desperate search for answers for something reliable for something stable for some form of hope. Seems to have driven an awful lot of people to a place that boy they just don't need to be. Our guest today is Pastor and author Tim Ross, and his new book is called Upset the World. And it's a call to people of faith. To inject their faith into the culture. I can't wait to share our conversation with you. Hopefully, you'll be so inspired that you'll want to support this program by making a one time gift or perhaps a monthly gift. By going to our patri on page and whatever amount you feel led to donate. That's what you would give. You will find a link to the Big Impact Insiders Club. Both in the podcast notes. For those of you listening in podcast form and on our website.
"hobson" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Going to be involved in this like you're talking about one of the most like terrible people of the last, however long you want to go last decade right as far as he was accused of, and now you're attaching to this like all of that was like holy unfair, and again the merits of the article alone there there we need to talk about the systematic harassment, sexual harassment and sexism that exists in these. These spaces, but damn if they didn't mess up the process by letting people spin on it for a couple of days and the reporters who put out like your dog? I'm hearing stuff. It's not good like it really was problematic. I know and I hate that part because I think twitter as great as it is can be a detriment. Social Media in general can be a detriment and I don't want to. Over hyped is into the the proper word for it, because that diminishes what happened to these women in this article, which is horrible, and they shouldn't have had to have dealt with that on a day to day basis, and they shouldn't be crying in the bathroom at lunch. Break with others who are going through the same thing, and they shouldn't have to be fending off sexual advance after sexual events via text message, you know and fear of trying to keep their job, but at the same time you're like you're reading things on twitter like. Is he actually a friend of Jeffrey Epstein? was he a part of that circle? That's crazy, and that's unfair that so many people's name dragged through the mud because people were just creating things to create it while we waited and that's that's the detriment of social media, and I hate that for some people who yesterday and the day before probably were days of hell for them of wondering. What is this? Washington Post Expose GonNa be about am. I included I have no idea I mean the whole thing I thought. wasn't good I didn't think it looked good from the optics I thought that It was handled poorly to say the least and. And I think a lot of people were fueling the handling of it just from spouting off on their twitter, and that that to me was unfair for a lot of people, and it minimized ultimately, and I don't think he asked attention at all in ended up minimizing the story, because it couldn't live up to the expectations that people had created in their mind. It's kind of like when you read a book and you picture who plays the main characters in your head, and then that book it's turned into a movie and you're like no man. That's not nice. That's not how it went down in my head, and he can't ever live up to the story. You created in your brain and the problem is. This is already an issue Katie as I'm sure you well know as many of our female colleagues in this space know that already gets minimized. Already told relax. You're no fun, just go. Joke Yeah don't rock the boat. Oh, I thought you were cooler than that, and then you're sitting there questioning your own judgment going and might be gaslight right now or maybe I am overly sensitive. Maybe this is just how it goes. Hey, I want to be accepted in this space. Maybe I do need to just go along and like if you think that that's not something that happens regularly for women in the space, just scroll through twitter man just scroll through twitter over the last twenty four hours, and look at all the women who have identified with what those fifteen women. About in the Washington Post piece, we are GonNa be joined by Liz Clark of the Washington. Post one of the two articles along with will hobson who put together this expose on the rampant sexual harassment in the Washington football franchise offices, as Katie alluded to many of the people who have been singled out and named in the peace have since been fired or left I believe the play by play guy that you mentioned announced yesterday that he was quote unquote retiring from the team. How convenient what it's been! A good run is what he said. What's your timing? Sure. He's got many many other things that he'll be focusing his attention on now, so yeah, we're going to talk more about this. On the Dan Lebatardshow, we have a lot of other things to get to ESPN, released a list of the best arena height music. and. We have some problems with it, we. Come on like come on, get it if you get. A chance subscribed ESPN daily. It was put out in the ESPN daily email. It's a great compilation, but come on. Katie I know you were like. Oh, I am I have notes. I actually wrote them down because I'm this invested in George? Take any notes on the Washington Post article, but she has many many on the hype..
"hobson" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
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"hobson" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"It's hard to paint with a broad brush, right? We obviously have people who have gone on the record in Washington saying that this culture exists, but as women in the sports field. We know that this type of sexism. Elsewhere Oh, this is gonNA sound really simple, but what is the easiest way to start curbing this type of behavior? Is it just more accountability within these offices? I, think that that's definitely start Yeah, I I think it's about I. Think it's I think it's hiring more women. I think it's promoting more women to leadership teams. And I mean these these quote unquote lockable mentalities. They tend to develop in places where it's just a bunch of dudes so so I think diversity is obviously I want one important measure and yet to be clear I. Mean I. I spoke with some women who said add stuff goes on across all sports But many of them say this was a particularly acute issue within the Redskins Organization. What do you make of HR? Department or the current state of what is the REDSKINS HR department. the club contends that it's better than it used to be. I think it's still staff this still one one employee from what I can tell. I'm not trying to disparage her, but she's young and You know it. I'm not entirely certain whether she has the political capital organization to You know discipline like Senior Level Executive Sarah. They someone. Yeah, they they claim the culture is different and You know the global say. We'll Hobson you spoke with so many people I think I. Read Forty in the article. Fifteen women who are willing to go on the record one who is willing to use her name. Where are these women at mentally? It requires an incredible amount of strength to call to task in organization like this behemoth. You know responsible for your your your your financial livelihood Where are they mentally when you spoke to them? About the story just in general, just I guess in general I mean do they feel emboldened I would imagine that. Some of this rehashing is traumatic to to have to relay. But again you were able to speak to the woman I was just curious how they were doing. Yeah I mean for a few of them. It was wasn't emotional. Experience talking about what they what they went through but for many of them I think the process I also do think in the conversations. I've had some of this morning. it was it was Cathartic. 'cause they you know they they got. They wanted this behavior exposed. They wanted this stuff out there. You know one the woman who provided us with text messages in which scout was telling her that. They were debating whether or not her breasts have been enhanced and. Keep. Keep bring your lunch. At Grass you know she I talked to her off and on for two years I should say my colleague listen I've talked to her off and on two years, and only in the last three days agreed to give us those text messages She text me this morning. She's she couldn't be happier with the story. Oh. Good I'm glad to hear. What was it like for you i. mean you worked on this for two years? What what? What did you learn just in general as a male journalist covering a story like this? what I learned. I learned I. Mean just as as a reporter. The the value of not assuming somebody won't talk to you and not assuming somebody won't talk to you on the record nor Prince Yati and ran and Walker. The two female journalists who spoken and in the story. I I called rhiannon completely expecting You know all talk on background and she was. She said Oh no I'm. I'm on record I'M GONNA I'M GONNA connected with Nora and she's talking to. so so yeah, and then obviously you know I knew I. This. Type of culture existed, but I I wasn't aware of the extent of it. Will Hobson of the Washington Post the CO author of the? Bombshell report that came out yesterday from Dream Job to nightmare with detailed more than a dozen women who alleged sexual harassment and verbal abuse by former team employees at the Washington football franchise facility raw will rather thank you so much for joining us today. Appreciate your time, thanks.
"hobson" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I'm Jeremy Hobson is here and now the White House is warning that code nineteen could get worse in the U. S. in the months ahead here's what has traded visor Peter Navarro speaking on CNN we are filling the stockpile in anticipation of a possible problem in the fall we're doing everything we can beneath the surface working as hard as we possibly can meanwhile nearly half of all states are currently seeing increases in cases several states had record increases over the weekend including Florida and Texas so far about a hundred and twenty thousand people in the US have died Mercedes Carthon as an epidemiologist and vice chair of the department of preventive medicine at Northwestern University she joins us now thanks for being here thank you very much what I know it's difficult to make sense of a lot of what's going on because a lot of data coming in in a lot we don't know but from what you can see give us the big picture here what what are you seeing in terms of the spread of new cases and do you think that the spikes we're seeing are a result of businesses in public spaces re opening yes you know what the trends that we're seeing right now are what we anticipated would happen as we return to circulating in society the reason we closed down in March was really to prevent the rapid increase in cases that we have seen ever since Kobe hit our shores and what we're seeing now is that instead of the slow burn that we've had for months those states that have opened up and who have been open for the longest period of time are seeing increases in the number of cases and unfortunately these patterns do follow what happened over in Asia and in Europe when states began their re opening plan are you encouraged by the fact that many of the people who are getting sick now are younger and we know that younger people in general don't die from covered nineteen it near the rate of people let's say over sixty or over seventy well I'm never encouraged to hear that more people are becoming infected however I will certainly agree with the point that the likelihood that the outcomes will be good certainly higher than when medically fragile or older adults contract disease there are two reasons why we're seeing increases in the prevalence of young people contracting disease the first reason is simply that young people are now eligible for testing and so from that perspective we are able to identify and actually count those young adults the second reason that we see an increase in young people being diagnosed is that because younger adults or those who are quite often in the work force providing not only essential roles but also staffing many different types of businesses those individuals are out in the population more thus increasing their likelihood of contracting co that when it comes to the issue of testing as usual we're getting mixed messages from the White House about this Peter Navarro said that the White House is preparing for trouble in the fall president trump said at a rally that he actually wanted less testing here he was in Tulsa over the weekend when you do testing to that extent you can find more people.
Wairau Incident - June 17, 1843
"This Day in history class is production of iheartradio. Hey all I'm eve and welcome to this day in history, Class A podcast that flips through the book of history and tears out a single page every day. Today is June seventeenth twenty twenty. The Day was June seventeenth. Eighteenth forty-three. A clash between British emigrants and Mary known as the wire incident took place on the South Island in New Zealand. It was the first major armed conflict between Maori and British immigrants after the signing of the Treaty of Tonky. The new. Zealand company was a British. Joint Stock Company responsible for the colonization of New Zealand in the eighteen hundreds. It's and director Edward Gibbon. Wakefield believed that a successful colony needed to attract a balance of capitalist laborers. The company claimed to have purchased land in the Cook Strait, read and established settlements at Wellington and Nelson. While the Europeans were purchasing land in New Zealand representatives of the British Crown and Mary, Chiefs signed the Treaty of White Tonky. In May of Eighteen, Forty Lieutenant Governor William Hobson declared British authority over New Zealand. Since the Treaty of Weitang, he was signed. There has been debate over its terms, interpretations and differences between the Mary text and the text. The treaty was meant to recognize Mary ownership of their lands and give Mary people, the rights of British subjects that said many Maori were later dispossessed of their lands. Anyway the New Zealand Company promoted the country as a Briton of the south, and it began to organize large scale migration to New Zealand. But the fertile land required for all the Europeans migrating to New Zealand, did not actually exist. The company was failing. Because arable land was limited land titles were uncertain. There were two mini absentee landowners, and there was no real way to generate income through exports. By eighteen forty three, the immigrants were struggling with food supply, and the company was basically bankrupt. Throughout the early eighteen s more European, emigrants Nelson despite conflict between Mary chiefs over claims to the land being sold. But when it became clear that there was not enough arable land around Nelson for the immigrants, the company began moving forward with plans to survey the wire planes. MARY TEVES NOT TOWA TEI row per ah-ha and others were adamant that the company had not purchased this land. Despite this opposition, the company ordered survey parties to begin work in the UAE Ravelli. So, some of the chiefs. Era and victim the surveyors they burned some of the shelters that have been made from local materials and destroyed some of the surveyors equipment. Police Magistrate Augustus. Thompson issued a warrant for the arrest of involved teeth on charges of arson. A group of about fifty special constables were sent to wire it to execute the warrant. They were armed but inexperienced. On, June seventeenth eighteen, forty three, the company party arrived on the eastern side of the to a marina stream. Mari gathered on the other side of the Stream. It's unclear exactly what triggered the fighting? Though some are accounts, say that a wife may have died I from a stray shot, regardless of fight ensued and twenty two Europeans, and somewhere between four and nine Mary died. Many European immigrants feared that this was the beginning of a larger Mary Insurrection When the new governor Robert Fitzroy arrived in New Zealand that December. He was tasked with
"hobson" Discussed on Lance McAlister
"Repair Center coming in July. Let's talk football. Let's Talk Bengals you know by now. It's at this point, a virtual off season for teams and our. Our next guest is going to take us Kinda because he's gone behind the virtual curtain, he sat in on a zoom meeting with the bengals Defensive Linemen and defensive line coach. Nick Leeson. Then he wrote about it for Bengals Dot. com I enjoyed it very much, and I'm excited. He's joining us to speak about that very subject. That would be Jeff Hobson. How are you? Land Probably. Thank you for having me on catching up with you what it gives us an idea what what work is accomplished or what is taught in one of these meeting? Say for the defensive linemen that you were on. A little bit of everything I think you know there is the There is the coordination between you know. Engine tackles and. The proper gaps to the moon, and the proper calls but a lot of it is. A lot of teaching to you know a lot of it is. You know kind of talking about? The Costa how you WanNa. Practice you know any nick. Nick would kind of easily old from. Talking about a pray about a guy being the gap, and then kind of going into This is how we're going to work in a ditch company roles. We've been doing I'm going to be doing this and then keep every keep everyone involved by. You know having guys. Critique with other guys did putting a lot on rookie. Want about and of course, this is going into this thing. This thing pretty happy now, so they're looking pretty good to me, I mean everybody was a hell of a lot five along Niamh. Eh? Leading I've been. That's the first offensive. Line, since my. Backup nose past Framingham South. Freshmen in Nineteen, seventy three, so I was. I was I think I was lost after we happen, said the woods stump. They zoom back in nineteen seventy nine, so. I didn't even they didn't have boom nine hundred seventy. How long how long does a typical meeting last? How often is say the defensive line in meetings during the week? They go four times Lincoln Lance they go Monday through Thursday. They can't go more than two hours and Nick Nick kept pretty under that I mean I know. He had the he everybody together. For like about twenty five minutes twenty six minutes, and they then the ends had like a five minute break, and they went in with Gerald Chapman and coach Duffner, and then nick tackles for about another hour, so spy about an hour and a half you know and I you know, and that's probably that's probably about right. When everybody's attention now I mean it's you know. I mean it's not seal the Greens. I'm not going to watch something more than now. I'm sure the players the same does does the defensive coordinator Lou anteroom Oh pop, enduring these, or is that a separate meeting in its own owns right? Now he's like a ghost. He'll. Be Talking and then all of a sudden. You know you hear, lose voice, but he's not in there for very long because he's GonNa popping with your partner, linebackers pop in with the you know with you, know the secondary and you know does the same thing offensively you know and I if he was in the defense. I, think he probably let's checking in on me navy, but having no it. Zach, could you out? He's calling himself that he can kinds of Kind of Kinda goes in there. You know you can go in and out. He doesn't. He doesn't have to open a door and everybody looking at him as he goes into the meeting. Them Anakin home. You know so It's kind of interesting to you I think when Sam. How did this talking about this, too? This is probably this is more of a staple. This is something you'll see post pandemic. I think you'll see you'll see this I think in. You know I think that that'd be becoming in. Because of this the way they've done this I thought they don't come in now. Lady until they're ready to get on the field late nays. And just taking just take out that whole chunks of maybe April. You know because the canvas resume, but you know yeah. Mrs Robinson. The bonding guys being together and you only planning and stuff like that, so clearly clearly missing now, but they've accomplished I. think a lot with the stuff Jeff Hobson. BENGALS DOT COM. Check it in talking about his opportunity to sit in on a zoom meeting with the bengals defensive, Linemen and Defensive Line Coach Nikki Sin as you point out. It can be a tough room because knicks not afraid to pull out the needle sometimes You Know He. He's been around. A couple of Super Bowl rings. He's been in the division. Nobody safer now. Story Chino Snow. He'll tell you know he'll. He'll. He'll give it the Gino. He'll give it to US SAM. We'll give it to the rookie. I think that's what they liked about. You. kind of everyone's equal his is. Even you know even went not to me a little bit, so that's. That's okay. What Sam did a Helluva family, the hell of imitation of new to and that was something. That's something a little bit. You get the sense to nick. Trying to get this camaraderie and going to now granted it's it's not you know it's tough because you have you know Corinne can't can't Sit next to Sam Hubbard or dunlap cow, awesome and talk about. Playing on the edge in the locker room. You know share, we'll have lunch with them. On the sidelines watching something that's tough, the miss, but yet there's still a little bit of that. You still a little bit of that. You know through the fan you know through seeing the guy. Let's you. There's a couple of other things you wrote recently. That caught my eye. I'd like to ask you about. You wrote about in kind of a roundtable form the position group. You're most excited to see once. They get back on the field. Which Position Group would that be for you? For me, it's a linebackers. Lap wrote a great sign on the offensive line and he's usually he's right on i. went with the linebackers like mainly probably because I just talked to L. goals and. The linebackers coach and talked to a couple of rookies. Me That's to me. That's thing because the whole room has been pretty much renovated. You know the only got you. Do you know there's only one guy who played more than seventy? Six six snaps coming back. And get four rookies who I think you know. Probably all GonNa stick even on a practice, squall or proper. You know we you know. For a good shot, Logan Wilson and King David Gator, the third and fourth round picks respectively. They moved. You know they eat opening day starting lineup if they go back. So I mean to me, that's that's really the plus I got a new position coach. So you know very rarely acea position like that cleaned out Bernie off season, and then you've got a new leader. You know these guys really haven't had A. They really haven't had veteran they can look to. Since, since terrific was healthy, and and one was that that was about five years ago so. There's a lot of reasons for the interested. In these guys. You also wrote and took a crack early crack be at the at the fifty three man roster, and you made note of the wide receiver position, and when you think of it, it's so true that that was a thin group a year ago and that's now a strong group one year later. You know it's amazing. Land says when you go out and write about this stuff, all winter and everything, and then you go out for the field the first day after the cut found, and they'll look out there and you look though man. There's only six receivers. All sudden looks small when you see you know. One or two guys goes down and. You know what I mean, and as we found out, you know in forty five minutes into this thing you don't have you don't have your top guy. John, Ross Nick. They. Always they always had like one arm tied behind rounded back now suddenly. Cuddly Age is going to be you know. Aj's going back, Ross was going to be healthy. Oh, my God, and then you throw in one of the best receivers in a country. You know and it's in boy Oh. Yeah, tyler boy guys, only getting. You know guys. One of the slot receivers an elite. You know so you know suddenly you get You know people are you know. When's the last time they lined up to.
"hobson" Discussed on KQED Radio
"WBUR I'm Jeremy Hobson as the economic fallout from covered nineteen continues to worsen many countries are extending their financial support for workers in industries in the UK for example the chancellor said today that the government will continue to pay for a lot of workers salaries up to eighty percent through October here in the US for still waiting to find out if more government support is coming and if so what it will look like but the politics are not turning out to be all that predictable the St Louis public radio's Jason Rosenbaum reports Missouri senator Josh Hawley a conservative Republican has a plan that would dramatically increase the federal government's role in solving the employment crisis here's how Holly's plan would work companies affected by Kobe nineteen could have the federal government cover a big chunk of employees income which Holly says could be up to fifty thousand dollars per employee Holly says the idea which many European countries are using to deal with the economic fallout from covet nineteen deliver certainty for employees and employers people are getting stir crazy to want to go back to work but they're also willing to do their part to break the back of this health epidemic people being able to say you know what even if I am told I cannot physically go to work I mean it like that but if I know I'm gonna have my job did you know that makes a little difference while not as generous Holly's plan is in line with what a number of Democrats have also proposed it's not the first time that Holly who was elected to the Senate in twenty eighteen on a socially conservative platform has broken ranks with the GOP on economic policy for example the former Missouri Attorney General has also set his sights on YouTube Facebook and Twitter saying the tech companies are too big and powerful I'm all for the free market but the free market depends on free and fair competition and my worry is that that is not what we have now that we have these companies that have grown so huge that they're exerting monopoly power market concentration that policy agenda doesn't always resonate with conservative activists like Carl beard and he's the head of the group United for Missouri patients would bring the price up some good issues but governments the solution people really trust question but for others Holly's reframing of economic issues could be the start of a new kind of populism for Republicans Jennifer was a Missouri born political consultant who helps run senator Ted Cruz's presidential campaign to make an impact in the world's most deliberative body you've got to have a little gumption and and be a little rambunctious row also says that while some of Holly's proposals may not sit well with corporate CIOS they do resonate with a big slice of the GOP base he certainly is stirring debate from his kind of trust busting mentality that he has towards big business that is a part of the Republican electorate that is active is energized whether Holly's ideas including his jobs proposal will make it far is an open question Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and other prominent Republicans have balked at the idea of expensive new initiatives in the next phase of coronavirus legislation Holly is unfazed we're not gonna have an economy to open up if nobody has jobs my own view is as we shift towards recovery is moving towards economic recovery our focus needs to be on jobs Holly added that the best case for ambitious proposals could be the tens of millions of people out of work many of whom are looking for Congress to act for NPR news I'm Jason Rosenbaum St Louis and you're listening to here and now you can't do many kinds of coronavirus tests without a simple Swami swans are not part of the federal stockpile of medical supplies and months ago Washington's governor urged the president to use his power to produce more and he did not agree with that assessment and we lost weeks frankly now the White House is playing catch up is it too late on the next morning edition from NPR news find out tomorrow morning edition KQ weedy news three AM.
Greece extends lockdown measure by week to May 4
"Some students in younger house in a small town in the eastern German state of Saxony Anhalt returned for the first time after the break in line with the country's strict social distancing guidelines a school principal in vendor Hobson said a five feet distance rule is being imposed an entry and exit doors have special looks to ensure social distancing schools will be opening gradually depending on individual states German chancellor Angela Merkel says that she understands the urge to relax restrictions as soon as possible but criticized some states will move into quickly I'm sorry I shockingly
"hobson" Discussed on KQED Radio
"R. I'm Jeremy Hobson the twenty twenty census begins tomorrow in remote sections of Alaska the rest of the country will start submitting census forms in mid March but the census ad campaign is already well under way with TV spots like this one that shows a series of children talking about counting got cancelled the twenty twenty cents isn't complicated and April first maybe every Friday night media analyst John Carroll joins us now with more on this hi John Hey German so this ad campaign has three distinct phases how does a breakout according to a census bureau press release this first phase is the education and awareness there's a run through mid March then there is that what they call the motivation slash participation participation phase which is trying to get people to actually answer the questionnaire either by online by phone by mail and then finally there is the follow up non response phase where they which will coincide with census takers going out door to door to try to get households to respond to haven't already at the campaign is estimated to cost between two hundred and two hundred fifty million dollars which is comparable to the ad budget back in twenty ten the last time they did the senses but there are significant differences in other areas right phone for one thing the allocation of money has shifted in twenty ten eight percent of the budget went to digital ads this time around it's thirty percent consequently TV has been cut it was forty four percent back in twenty ten is now forty percent of the budget and one of the reasons they're spending so much on digital is because they want a fifty five percent online response from the public which means filling out the census forms online are there going to be Superbowl ads this time around no Superbowl ad this time there was one in twenty two thousand there was one in twenty ten they say it's not an effective use of taxpayer dollars what you will see is more hyper local advertising like a gas stations bus stops that kind of thing that one of the big issues that has come up is that there's been concern in some communities after the census bureau tried and failed to put that citizenship question on the census form there's fear that some people might not want to give information to census takers because they think it could be used against them is there anything in the ad campaign that addresses those fears well according to ad age magazine the ads directed at the Latino community are designed to alleviate concerns about government misuse of data here's part of one of those spots in which a new arrival to the U. S. as a couple of friends if it isn't dangerous to fill out the census but I'm not I see the sinuses not at all I was just like you ten years ago I filled it out and look at me I'm still here your personal information can't be shared with ice nor with the police don't worry okay so that ad is out there that's going to run on national TV and online for two months this spring but it's the only spot that will specifically addressed concerns about immigration and customs enforcement and potential these for deportation yeah it's a bit of a surprise because there are over a thousand print digital radio and TV ad you would think that they would devote a few more to to this topic to alleviate those concerns the ads are supposed to reach ninety nine percent of American households a multiple times but this time around there only in thirteen different languages they were in twenty eight different languages back in twenty ten so that might be a cause of concern for some people as well right well this is a story we will continue to follow as the census process gets underway officially in Alaska tomorrow John Carroll media analyst for your no thank you thank you you're listening to your if you were Americans are dying in hospitals and more of them are spending their final days in familiar surroundings but I think people aren't prepared for all the effort that it takes to give someone a good death the challenges facing families that are providing that type of care also we'll have the latest from the Senate is president trump's impeachment trial gets under way on the next morning edition morning edition tomorrow three AM to nine AM and then live coverage the impeachment trial at nine o'clock I'm Jack let be ours the forties in China say they have confirmed human to human transmission of a new coronavirus lorises infected more than two hundred people in the country it is now spread to the capital Beijing and South Korea reported its first case of the disease earlier today after forty six straight days of strikes many workers on the Paris metro are back on the job today eleven of the city's sixteen subway lines are back to normal the highest level of service since early December workers across the country have been striking to protest proposed pension reforms the International Monetary Fund says it expects world economic growth to speed up over the next two years the IMF says reduce trade tensions and low interest rates will see global growth increase from two point nine percent last year more than three percent this year and next you're listening to here now in Washington history is in the making and.
"hobson" Discussed on KQED Radio
"B. O. R. I'm Jeremy Hobson back in twenty fourteen I got to introduce you to a couple of very special people in my life K. Evans and her mother Betty ESR I've known them both since around the time I learned to walk and talk in my home town of Urbana Illinois when I visited in twenty fourteen Betty was celebrating her one hundredth birthday in K. through her party ask Betty what her secret to a long life was in addition to regular exercise she told me I don't stress with my life I I singles are as I say go with the flow I don't get upset about things and I think I'm sort of easy going and that that I don't let things disturb me the fact that I can't drive anymore I know I don't have as much independence as I did but I and I know that I have somebody that's taking care of me and we'll get me wherever I need to be and I just don't worry about things that somebody taking care of Betty was her daughter Kay who also took care of me my brothers and sisters and many of our friends she ran a home daycare center becoming a surrogate mom for many or banner children when I visited came Betty in twenty fourteen they were together as they were much of the time actually she's my best friend I think somehow maybe other than my husband I guess I got a I better say I got it well and you go and you you exercise with her as well yeah we we go together and that's that's good because it gets me there for sure to and we go out to eat together we've traveled she's traveled a lot with us to it when she was a little younger yeah she traveled on our own we'll bury ESR died in twenty seventeen at the age of a hundred and two and sadly last Saturday K. passed away as well at seventy seven after a battle with cancer I called up one of case best friends Diane Marlon who moved into the house next door to Kay and her husband Graham back in nineteen seventy seven we were first neighbors then we became friends and then and then we were family and so they've been our Urbana family for forty three years one of the for first word that comes to mind when I think of her is selfless because she always cared so much about other people and and sort of taught me why that was so important she was one of the helpers she was one of the care givers and she did she took care of her family her mother her husband her children and she took care of other people's children and she loved them all the same now Diane marlin is the mayor of our band and I asked her what she takes with her into that job that she learned from K. I take with me just about everything I do is case part of me learning to listen to people I think you have to be just relentlessly positive if you're going to be in a position like this and I try to look for the good in everything it's sometimes hard to find the right words to say about someone close to you so I asked about case favorite songs which included the music of West Side Story he was the show she saw with her husband Graham on their first date they married in nineteen sixty six and Graham is at her funeral today.
"hobson" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I'm Jeremy Hobson friends and family of the slain journalists Jamal Khashoggi today mark one year since he was killed at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul Shoji was contributing columnist for The Washington Post and a critic of the Saudi government crown prince Mohammed bin Salman denies he ordered the killing but a CIA assessment found there's high confidence that he did joining us now is David Miliband whose chief executive of the international rescue committee and former U. K. Foreign Secretary welcome back thanks for lunch so you wrote on Twitter today that could show she's killing has come to epitomize an age of impunity not because it is isolated it because it is symptomatic of a world without rules or accountability what do you mean by that I mean that we're living through a time when more civilians are being killed in war I than any time since the end of the Cold War that more aid workers are being targeted at eight in the conduct of war in a way that is holy country to international humanitarian law and I mean that the perpetrators of these crimes on not being held accountable and that leads to a cycle when more of the belligerents in conflicts around the world feel they can get away with anything and so they therefore do anything from chemical weapons to bombing called coach loads of children to laying siege to towns and cities and a starting the population as we said the crown prince of Saudi Arabia Mohammed bin Salman denies that he ordered could show Jeez killing here is speaking last week with Norah o'donnell on CBS sixty minutes how could you not know if this was carried out by people who are close to you the only doctors like today the investigations are being carried out and once charges are proven against someone. list of their rank you will be taken to court no exception made. has there been any accountability for because show Jeez murder in Saudi Arabia in the year since it's happened. well the short answer that is note that wrong a trials ongoing of some of those who are alleged to be involved but obviously the console G. murder has come to epitomize this sends that opponents can be disposed of without remedy and so the lack of remedy can only be seen as a sign all of encouragement and that's why I think it's so important that countries like the US takes seriously that international responsibilities we've seen Germany refused to sell arms to Saudi Arabia that would be connected with the war in Yemen which remains the world's largest humanitarian catastrophe twenty four million people in humanitarian need and obviously there's an ongoing debate about how the crucial G. murder can be held accountable our point is that the is right to do so but also to recognize it's possible why the syndrome I'm not one to syndrome needs to be addressed well there were calls after his show Jeez killing here in the United States for the US to stop supporting Saudi Arabia in the war in Yemen has that happened no it hasn't because although Congress did pass a very strong resolution condemning the war strategy the failed war strategy in Yemen the president twice vetoed the resolution the went through both the house of representatives and the Senate so there's unfinished business in respect of Yemen and if there is to be any sense that because of his mother has anything been anything other than a polling waste an appalling crime if there's no sense that this is no lesson for the war in Yemen and really there's actually nothing to show for the year of protest that's been going on since the murder a year ago as David Miliband whose chief executive of the international rescue.
Facebook's Zuckerberg says Warren as U.S. president would be bad for tech
"The way how much of an impact do big tech companies have in the election is coming up next fall Facebook CEO mark Zuckerberg said in July this is in July that if an Elizabeth Warren presidency would pose an existential threat to his company. now that audio has been leaked out by the verge if she gets elected president then I would bet we would have a legal challenge he's heard saying on these tapes I don't want to have a major lawsuit against our own government I mean that's not the position you want to be in but at the end of the day if someone's going to threaten something that existential you go to the mat and you fight. well since Joe Biden seems to be in trouble even though technically still the front runner in the Democrats sweepstakes Elizabeth Warren takes his place and gets the nomination does that mean that Facebook is going to have that Hobson's choice of deciding whether to support Elizabeth Warren and risk of the existence of the company or support Donald Trump and have most of the liberals in America simply yell abandon them to say we can't be behind you you're supporting trump does that make
Christopher Watson, Hobson Shawn And Twenty One Million Dollars discussed on John Reid
"Good boys the top draw the movies this weekend details from Christopher Watson I'm guessing you're not the popular kids in school they're doing pretty well at the box office the raunchy comedy good boys opened best of the new comers this weekend outperforming expectations for the twenty one million dollars debut even more impressive they knock fast and furious presents Hobson Shawn out of first and the second a lion king held on the third way but it's disappointing and
'Good Boys' posts a surprising #1 at the box office
"For the first time in three years an R. rated comedy has opened at number one at the weekend box office that comedy good boys six great now doing six screen thing Seth Rogan co produced good boy is it brought in twenty one million its debut weekend that is much better than anyone expected in second place Hobson Shaw and then followed in third place by The Lion King there were several new releases this weekend and most of them tank at the box
'Hobbs and Shaw' Opens to $180 Million and No. 1 Worldwide
"Box office over the weekend USA radio networks Wendy king runs it down you guys have to work together the top movies at the box office over the weekend fast and furious presents Hobson shot at number one grossing sixty million dollars dropping down to number two the remake of Disney's The Lion King at thirty eight million at number three once upon a time in Hollywood at twenty million number four is spider man far from home with seven million in dropping down to number five Toy Story four also seven million
Hobbes, Wayne Johnson And Luke Hobbs discussed on Glenn Beck
"Office the first spin off of the eighteen year old fast and furious franchise Hobbes and Shaw earned over one hundred and eighty million and its worldwide debut defeating a king Hobson short teams Wayne Johnson's federal agent Luke Hobbs and mercenary Deckard Shaw Jason Statham yeah I'm trying to save the world which for the record one because I'm really good at it odds and show had a strong opening that to throw in the lion king after a two week reign at number
"The other day I was at the recycling center sorting glass between containers by Kohler thought in that if the color of the bottles was significantly to control how they're recycled. Cycled then surely the color was more than cosmetic. So what is the reason why say wine bottles are olive green and beer bottles are amber and why do we separate these items from colonists ones. The Russia has to do with light contents and bottles of vulnerable to photochemical reactions. Take Beers an example if the light sensitive Hobson Act as a preservative and give the drink flavor or exposed to too much natural. Role or artificial light the bill will be light struck and it will take on a skunk in foul tastes beer manufacturers use amber glass to prevent light absorption and provide the most protection against ultraviolet rays which can ruin Lina bottle brew all have greenglass offers less protection than amber but that's acceptable because content stored in greenglass able to send light exposure without their flavors being ruined wine for example naturally. Truly contains antioxidants which you guessed it prevent the oxidation liable of wines over exposed to light on that subject beware that Oranges Chardonnay sitting on the top shelf at the grocery ultraviolet radiation has likely spoiled it and then there is colorless glass best for alcohols and other liquids that Aren't light sensitive all of Glasgow produced by the addition of oxide colors in manufacturing furnaces and by separating colored and cold glass.
"hobson" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
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House Judiciary to vote on holding Barr in contempt
"The demand from House Democrats for version was nothing blacked out. Republicans like congressman Andy Biggs say it's overreached. Recreated Hobson choice. We said guess what? Mr. bar, either get held in contempt or violate federal law because that's just the way we do things judiciary committee. These days. Jared Halpern is live on Capitol Hill. The House Judiciary committee is planning to advance a contempt of congress, or as Aleutian against attorney general William bar for failing the too subpoenas deadline to hand over the full unredacted version of the Muller report, no person, and certainly not the top law enforcement officer in the country can be permitted to flout the will of congress and to defy valid subpoena. A committee chairman Jerrold Nadler's contempt resolution has been met by an assertion of executive privilege by President Trump. A Justice department letter. Says complying with the committee's request would be unlawful. Lisa Jared, different house committees till hoping to force the IRS to hand over the president's tax returns. But older returns have already been leaked to the media prompting the president to fire
America, Michelle Hobson And Youtube discussed on Mac and Gaydos
"Developments in the case of America, Oba mom, accused of abusing her kids who were the stars of her YouTube channel, a grand jury has indicted Michelle Hobson on thirty charges for her alleged actions involving five of her kids the counts including kidnapping child abuse and dangerous crimes against
Mom behind popular YouTube channel charged with child abuse
"YouTube terminating the popular fantastic adventures account after reports of child abuse surfaced, he accounts operator Michelle Hopson, arrested accused of abusing the stars of the series, our own children more from CBS news. Correspondent Jamie UK child stars of the fantastic adventures. Youtube channel fend off goes. A menacing gingerbread man fantastic adventures, even an alien babysitter. But the children say they faced real life force to at the hands of their adoptive mother. Michelle Hopson, according to court filings Hopson locked the children in her bedroom closet for days without food water or bathroom breaks force them to take ice, baths and push their heads underwater, if they refused the videos were very lucrative for the family says wired news editor Brian Barrett. It looks like they were easily clearing six figures and potentially a lot more than that in fairness to YouTube. These problems are hard to solve but it's clear that they need to try a little bit harder. Police say Hobson deny the allegations of abuse. That are two adult sons also rested accused of failing to report the alleged
Famous children's YouTube series mother arrested for abusing her adopted children
"A mother in Arizona accused of horrible crime abusing behind the scenes her family who are in a popular YouTube series. The mother was arrested days ago and charged with a sickening series of crimes. CBS's Jamie Yuccas has more for YouTube viewers, it all seem so wholesome. But behind the scenes, a mother was allegedly starving for seven adopted children. When police officers arrived at the home. How did they describe the children nourished? They were extremely hungry. Forty eight year old Michelle Hobson is charged with child abuse unlawful imprisonment child neglect and molestation of a child. Police say Hobson's nineteen year old biological daughter. Tip them off videos of the seven adopted children have been viewed online millions of
Golden Eagles, Briley And J Hampson discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"From Auburn southern miss says are Briley is no longer under consideration for offensive coordinator amid backlash for interviewing him in the first place. Golden eagles head coach J Hampson is yesterday Stephen to voice his disagreement. With the school's decision Hobson believes Brian's now
Stocks slide after the IMF cut its forecast for global growth
"Some analysts blamed a more bearish outlook from the International Monetary Fund. But William Hobson Barclays tells Bloomberg radio stocks may have just needed a break. Maybe more of a pause for breath ause than people worrying specifically about M. Generally, what you find with the IMF full cost coaches, generally, it kind of lagging rather than a leading indicator. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says the Senate will vote tomorrow on a Bill sponsored by Democrats to reopen. The government with funding through February eighth of vote on. The GOP measure that includes funding for President Trump's border wall. We'll also take place, I'm Jeff Bellinger. With the Bloomberg business report on W w j NewsRadio nine fifty. There were smoking sections on airplanes in restaurants, and then gradually it got to be where it wasn't anywhere. It's not part of the social norm anymore. It's not accepted. This summer, and there wasn't a single person smoking, even in my own home. I had my own designated space to smoke. I think about it. It really was like I was punishing myself. It was really a friend of mine that said why wouldn't you just try the jewel? Okay. I'll try it. And so I went out, and I bought one the idea of going back to smoking is I couldn't even imagine doing that.
"hobson" Discussed on The TED Interview
"Welcome to the Ted interview. I'm Chris Anderson, and this is the puck series where I sit down with a Ted speaker, and we dive much deeper into their ideas and was possible during that Ted talk. Today. My guest is Mellody Hobson a business leader and innovator. And we're going to attempt to have a conversation about something that some might find just a bit uncomfortable. It's a conversation about race. I'm a white guy and most of the white people. I know are progressive souls who recognize centuries of injustice in many parts of the world, they loathe racism. They do not view themselves as racist in any way. In fact, they crave a world where these issues would go away where we can just look at each other one person to another. That desire for a person's race to become invisible. You can call that color blindness colorblind. This might seem to be built on good intentions, but melody argues that color blindness is dangerous. I think it's time for us to be comfortable with the uncomfortable conversation about race black white Asian, Hispanic male female all of us, if we truly believe in equal rights in equal opportunity in America. I think we have to have real conversations about this issue. We cannot afford to be colorblind. We have to be color. Brave Mellody has built an extraordinarily impressive career in business.
"hobson" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow
"Ooh well you have to start with your parents right i mean i think my mother profoundly yes put in me some very interesting stuff because she had some very strong beliefs and i didn't have her saying believes and she allowed me to be who i was and she accepted me for who i was and i think that's the greatest gift apparent can give acceptance she accepted my mother didn't push me she didn't told me to do my homework she didn't tell me what to do on a daytoday basis she trusted and accept at me but with an undercurrent of strong values about right and wrong and justice and injustice and being kind to others and giving and loving to others at the same time i would have to say that there are are litany of people that have meaningfully moved to me i mean john rogers in terms of my profession life has been someone who helped form the person that i am even though our styles in ways he founded aerial and is my you know coleader and running this company um there's been a lot there that is profoundly affected me around um especially giving money to others john is the one who taught me that back give the money give and my husband has had a huge profound of fat profound because he is so wise you know i married yoder's sda half yeah tell people you know this is the people who don't know who you married i married to george lucas but he's a deep thinker and a straight shooter and has very very different opinions than me but has moved me and some pretty dramatic ways that i thought was not possible finish the sentence for me i met melody hobson and because you talk about wanting to spread help for other people to succeed the way you have i met melody hobson and i left understanding i needed to do something.
"hobson" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"You dr hobson more understanding are open up i know pollard your arm newcomer iverson writer poet better coconut the coal you can apologize are other apologia keruk up robby robby wreck araya iraq whoppi route abhorrent yet i highly recommend can now we've got an either we you know i have a friend who a former navy seal who's a very spiritual man and he read the last words of my book and you know what he said he said this is the last piece of the old testament that was left out he said you're like an ancient prophet it was reborn in our time what would you say to a thing like that madness you know i in our at micro what i truly believe we're we how i believe that the bible reported by the true but we how could take a whole worried about whether or not but i'd like you to make it very personal for me this man who is very spiritual and he's been through death in life it's taken lives and he's given lives so he's in the he knows more about at the most of us do warriors know more about life than most of us do because they take life and they give life he redwood i wrote at the end of that book and he said i would like an ancient you're like an ancient profit it's like a missing piece from the old testament how would you relate to that when i grow but i would federer we are rallying wide and clever for warriorhead logo i hope it will be one of them i refer to but you're at well wait now when you say a warrior you'll meet you mean you drop girl you drop very man you've dropped out of a parachute uh at a high altitude in opened in at a low altitude and went into a mission to kill someone in a covert way i dunno i tell you a little blaring a gap by y you know about it how can you from that up in our federal i'm not on the frontline but i'm saying are you an actual military warrior well if you crowley finger out look at what could have adult he'll iraqi at phnom but if he river that here iraq wiping your work an old and catastrophe aircraft crashed your are don't try and.
"hobson" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"They're never headphones that you don't have appear had found you always bring appear have fans can the do over the sudden decided with the and you're like i'm drew sorry one some mexico my headphones on actually didn't have potter anything what made him that is that i found so i hit it yeah right so there play with logan you and to me i don't you have to do thompson is that well i was arenas the seventy forty seven percent of your people are ready to leave your business i was like that much are harder yeah i was interesting i mean that you know you you just said you just send talk to everybody who's and employee of usually corporation you know what hobson small business is a little bit different and as it should be i would think and have some really for insider owners of twelve assists is mop up to but they should be a different so i would hope they would another where they rather business because you know you should treat people you know you should remember had you felt you know that's one thing i try to do all time list i try remember of us a young couple that has to this result years never have i try to go back to you know what you're moment i went through you know financially and you know and and everything him and it's it's really it was the of some of the best arms are lobs is no doubt about it well what have to do it again probably not but i will good right hander so you know i think that i just you know i just i just go sorry for love these people who they get open and they don't want to go to work i mean that's the last thing they want to do and it's gonna haven't a quarter were more than anything it's you know the way they you know treats other him undercut each other try to get him each other so this is about that this kid two i know i'm going to messages name the try color rush up as well as i am ten another guard because of the start you've got a lot of fun out not looks like a great great i thought.